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April 5, 1990

Voters give Pollet
a year on board

‘By Beth Koop-Muccigrosso
News-Gazette Staff Writer

Voters re-elected Kissimmee Commissioner John
Pollet to City Commission Seat 1 in Tuesday’s runoff
election. a

Pollet captured 854 votes Tuesday or 64.7 percent
of the total votes. Pat Bessey had 466 votes or 35.3
percent.

A total of 1,327 registered voters went to the polls
Tuesday, an 11.9 percent turnout.

Two weeks ago during the city’s regular election,
Pollet had 49 percent of the votes and Bessey won
28.8 percent.

Although Pollet had a
close percentage during
the first election, he
admitted after the elec-
tion Tuesday that he was
not sure whether he had
the victory in hand.

“You never know in an
election,” he said. “But
we felt the percentages
came out a lot like we
thought they would.”

Unlike other city
commissioners who
serve a two-year term,
Pollet will only serve a John Pollet
one-year term. He will be
fulfilling the remainder of the two-year term vacated
by former Commissioner Bill McMullan, who resigned
in September.

. Pollet was previously appointed to the board in
September by city commissioners after McMullan’s
resignation.

By Jeanne A. Diener
News-Gazette Staff Writer

Larry Hobbs walked away a winner Tuesday in a
( close race. for the St. Cloud City Council Seat 4.

Pollet said his goal over the next year is to keep a¥ obbs, 39, a data processing manager for South-
close eye on the city’s budget. “We need to make sure castern Academy in Kissimmee, had 648 votes, or
we manage it instead "of it managing us.” 51.6 percent of the votes, while Phil Weidner received
611 votes, or 48.4 percent of the votes. A total of 1,259
voles were counted, or a turnout of 19.5 percent.

: Hobbs will serve the final year of former Council-

“However, she said last week that-if she did not.win Man Pete Moschouris’ term. Moschouris resigned in
Tuesday’s election that she was interested in pursuinga 40 ‘unsuccessTul bid to unseat Mayor Dick "Word.

City Commission seat again next year or in the near Upon hearing he had won, Hobbs smiled and said
future. he planned on following “one main goal that he out-

lined in the clection.”

“I think what we need here is a big dose of openess
and honesty and I mean it,” said Hobbs. “This is some-
thing that I am taking very seriously.”

Bessey was not available for comment after Tues-
day’s election,

“I got a lot of comments from supporters who said
for being a newcomer 1 did real well,” she said.
Pollet will be sworn into office April 17.

Voters fill seats in 2 cities

News-Gazette Photo/Michael DiBari

Councilman Bob Barnett congratulates Counilman-elect Larry Hobbs.

Hobbs wins close race in St. Cloud

~ Weidner, 40, a design systems ride engineer for the
Walt Disney Co., congratulated his contender once the
results were tabulated and added that he was grateful
to have a chance to run in the election.

“I tried my best,” he said.

The new city councilman said one of his first priori-
ties was to evaluate the city’s electrical utility system.

“It is a $26 million business,” he said. “We have
rcally got to look at the financial controls of this busi-
ness. We need to look at the allocation in this
department.”

But he said he isn’t interested in selling the utility.

“Hobbs called the Citys electrical utility system “an’

assct” to the city.

“We necd this system,” he said.

Hobbs will be sworn in to his position at a special
noon April 12 ceremony. Also during the meeting, the
new City Council will choose a deputy mayor.

What’s up?

Trainers for
athletes to
be studied

By Peter Covino
News-Gazette Staff Writer

Osceola County School Board members like the idea
of having an athletic trainer at each of the county’s three
high schools, but decided Tuesday it was just too
expensive.

Board members gave Chad Williamson, an 18-year-
old student trainer at Osceola High School, high marks
for his presentation, but concluded hiring athletic train-
ers needs further study.

Williamson outlined the potential dangers of not hav-
ing a full-time certified trainer on the job. A trainer,
Williamson said, would not only properly condition stu-
dent athletes, but also help guard against injuries.

In a carefully researched presentation, the high
school senior told the board there has been a steady
increase in the number of major injuries in high school
athletics since 1986. Osceola’s high schools average 20
injuries per sport each year, he said.

Williamson proposed a certified trainer at each coun-
ty high school.

But the prohibitive cost and availability of trainers
have made professional trainers rare at high schools
throughout the country, said board member Tim
Williams.

Orange County started a program this year, Williams
said. Each of the county’s high schools has a trainer
who also teaches two classes a day.

The Orange County program, one of the first of its
kind in the nation, was started mainly out of insurance
liability concerns, Williams said.

Dorothy Davis, principal at Gateway High School,
said she was interested in starting a district athletic
trainer program, but agreed it would be difficult to get a
program in place. Gateway had a certified trainer on
staff a few years ago, but the trainer quit after only a few
months.

Davis said the trainer took a similar position out of
state. That position was full time and required no
teaching.

“And it is a full-time job,” said Davis. The principal
said another school administrator tried to find a replace-
ment for the trainer last year, but was unsuccessful.

..... The school district does have a supplemental pays..-=
ment policy set up for athletic trainers, depending upon

experience and certification. The supplemental payment
ranges from $900 to $1,799.

But officials agree that payment may be too low for
the long hours required by a trainer.

Williamson, who plans on becoming an orthopedic

See Trainer, page A-6

Court grants ‘Sanchez delay in new trial

~... in the weather

By Kristin Dye
News-Gazette Staff Writer

The U.S. 11th District Court of

the 60s.

Sunny and warmer Friday. Highs near 80: oe lows] in

Appeals has indefinitely stayed the
DUI manslaughter trial of a Kissim-
mee doctor until it can review a deci-
sion made by a middie court that led
to the overturning of the doctor’s pre-
vious conviction.

The stay, which was delivered on
Tuesday, came the day Alberto
ond time on the DUI manslaughter
charge. A six-member jury found
Sanchez guilty of the charge in 1988,
but a federal court judge overturned
the conviction last December. U.S.

Osceola County
Mental Health Ser-
vices is financially
strapped. The
agency needs
$188,043 to con-
tinue operating,
officials say. See
the story on page

'A-3.

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Community Events ___ B-3 Sports .

in sports I
“The Osceola Astros open their season against Vero ;
Beach Figay. See page A-9 for details.

Less than exciting

Dear Abby B-8 Classified
Erma Bombeck —___ B-9

‘The adults around them may have
been waiting in anticipation of the
~ opening ceremontes of the Buenayen-

District Judge Patricia Fawsett ruled
that a jury instruction given by
Orange-Osceola Circuit Court Judge
Joseph Baker was unconstitutional.

The 11th District Court of Appeals
issued the stay upon the request of the
state attorney general’s office. The
appeals court will be reviewing Faw-
sett’s ruling. Don Smallwood,
Sanchez’s ey, said the court
may not deliver a ruling for two
years. The earliest it will reach a deci-
sion will be in eight months, spécu-
lated ‘Smallwood.

During the first trial, Baker told the

‘jurors, over objections by defense

attorneys, that if they determined
Sanchez had a blood-alcohol level of

: News-Gazette Photo/Scott Fisher

Kingston, 2% , and brother Jay, 7. The
two brothers were on hand Saturday
for the official opening of Osceola

0.10 percent or more, it would be val-
id evidence that he was under the
influence of alcohol to the point that
his faculties were impaired. During
the 1988 trial, a forensic toxicologist
testified that Sanchez’ blood-alcohol
level the night of the accident was
.16. In Florida, a person is considered
legally intoxicated if his blood-
alcohol level is 0.10.

Fawsett ruled that under due pro-
cess, the accused shall not be found
guilty unless proof is established bey-
ond a reasonable doubt. The state is
therefore prohibited from using pre-
sumptions in instructions to the jury
that have the effect of relieving the
state of its burden of proof.

In March 1987, Sanchez was
involved in an accident which killed
Martha Widner of Kissimmee.
According to police reports, Sanchez
crossed the center lane of Neptune
Road in a Studebaker pickup truck
and struck a 1981 Chevette driveh by
Widner.

Orange-Osceola Circuit Court
Judge Belvin Perry Jr., who will pres-
ide over the Sanchez trial, ruled
against several motions Tuesday filed
by Smallwood. Smallwood’s partner
and co-counsel Nick Kelley had
asked that results of blood tests per-
formed on Sanchez the night of the

See Sanchez, page A-8

Ex-airport chief

seeks

$900,000

from city officials

By Beth Koop-Muccigrosso
" News-Gazette Staff Writer

Former Kissimmee Airport Director Charles Clay

claims the city has a high price to pay for firing him
more than year ago.

Clay, who was fired

August 1988 amid allegations

of poor quality work, wrote to city officials this week
claiming the city owes him more than $900,000 as a
result of his job termination.

The amount is due before April 14, according to his

letter.

Clay would not comment to the News Gazette about
his letter, saying the issue is a “private matter.”

In his letter Clay claims he was denied a minimum of
five years employment with the city.

City Manager Mark Durbin said that department
heads are not contracted but serve at the pleasure of the
city manager as outlined in the city’ s administrative

policies.

“I did not give a contract to someone without your
knowledge,” Durbin told city commissioners Tuesday

night.

Clay listed more than 10 laws he contends the city
violated in firing him, including civil rights, conspiracy,

extortion and threats, perjury and racketeering,

He claims. fhese ais plus 4.5 years of benefits
and retirement an ees will cost the cit d
owl of $963,674. ya gran

But City Auomey Neil Arther said the city does not

tura Lakes Library, but not Joshua

County's fourth library branch.

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Mental health agency
faces funding dilemma

By Glen H. Epstein,
News-Gazette Staff Writer

Never have so few done so much for so
many with so little for so long, say the
directors and staff of Mental Health Ser-
vices of Osceola County Inc.

And now, so little has become too little
and the agency needs help.

Representatives of Osceola Mental
Health and other departments met Mon-

day morning with the County Commis-

sion and discussed the agency’s immedi-
ate and long-range needs.

The county is looking to tourist taxes to
help pay for some of those needs, at least
the short-range ones.

Marcia Tompkins, president of the
board of directors, outlined the problems
that have created the need for more help
from the county.

She said the state Department of Health
and Rehabilitative Services has offered
little or no help and when approached with
problems, prefers to discuss the worst case
scenario instead of possible solutions.

In addition, Tompkins said, the agency
is suffering from a serious lack of funding.

“The financial stress has gotten too
great for the board (of directors) and the
staff,” she said. “We spend 80 to 90 per-
cent of our time in board meetings trying
to figure out how we’re going to get out of
this hole.”

In a letter addressed to Commission
Chairman Charles Owen dated March 13,
Tompkins wrote that Osceola Mental
Health was informed that it would have a
reduction of $32,600 in state funds for the
period of February through June.

In addition, from July to January, the
first seven months of Osceola Mental
Health’s fiscal year, the agency lost
$120,731.

The agency said in the letter that it
needs $188,043 to continue operating.

Tompkins said if the mental health ser-
vice does not receive additional funding
soon, some programs will suffer and
might even have to be closed.

“We've lost staff because they know

City to hold teen dance

“We spend 80 to 90 percent
of our time in board meetings

trying to figure out how we're:

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going to get out of this hole.

— Marcia Tompkins

their program is on the chopping block, or
because we can’t pay them,” she said.
“We're either going to find funds or cut
programs.”

The local agency can’t pay some of the
staff because HRS funds come at random
times, and payroll has become a weekly
WOITY.

Sue Manning of the Victim’s Advocate
Program said that her three-person staff
works 24 hours a day, seven days a week
and is not compensated for overtime or
work on holidays or weekends.

The staff members, she said, experience
burnout after six months, leave and must
be replaced.

The three employees divide their time
between tourists and local residents, she
said. Two victims’ advocates work with
the tourists and the third with county
residents.

She said her staff is paid about one half
of what other victims’ advocates in sur-
rounding counties make and use their own
cars.

County Administrator Bill Goaziou
told the representatives that the mental
health department needs to prepare a list
of specific needs and how much each one
will cost the County Commission.

Commissioner Jim Swan said during
the meeting that the commission should
be willing to help the mental health
department.

“I’m prepared to provide a significant
amount of assistance,” he said. “They're
not getting it from the state or the feds.”

~.

By Jeanne A. Diener
News-Gazette Staff Writer

Adopt-A-Horse

Eight-year-old Bobby Rowe, above, gets
acquainted with his new horse. Bobby and his
father traveled from Geneva, Fla., to take
advantage of the Adopt-A-Horse program.
Under the program, people who have adequate
facilities paid a $125 fee to adopt the animals.
Atright, wild horses wait in pens at the county
agricultural center on East Bronson Highway,
the adoption center. The program is adminis-
tered by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management.

EARTH JEEP EAGLE ST. CLOUD

News-Gazette Photos/Scott Fisher

Across
From Catfish

The city of St. Cloud is holding a teen dance Friday
from 9 p.m. to midnight at the St. Cloud Civic Center.
Admission to the event will be $2, according to the

city Recreation Director Chuck Pula.

The teen dance will be sponsored by the city’s recrea-
tion department in conjunction with Citizens for Youth,
a non-profit organization formed to raise money for the

building of a youth center, he said.

Music will be provided by the disc jockeys Dwayne

and Robert Pancake, said Pula.

This eventis being held one month after the St. Cloud
Recreation Department decided to open the doors of its
civic center to the city’s youth. Pula said the weekly
scheduled recreation event has been a success.

“I’d say we are still running about 30 to 40 kids every

Friday and Saturday night,” said Pula.

The teen dance was added, he said, “because we
thought that we'd try a little different twist to things

there.”

Friday night's dance may be the first of many such

dances, Pula said.

“We're hoping that this dance Will make them aware
that these facilities are there for them every Friday and

Saturday nights,” said-Pula. .

Last month, the city started making the civic center

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Thursday, April 5, 1990, NEWS-GAZETTE, Page A3

County

Mental health agency
faces funding dilemma

By Glen H. Epstein
News-Gazette Staff Writer

Never have so few done so much for so
many with so little for so long, say the
directors and staff of Mental Health Ser-
vices of Osceola County Inc.

And now, so little has begome too little
and the agency needs help.

Representatives of Osceola Mental
Health and other departments met Mon-
day morning with the County Commis-
sion and discussed the agency’s immedi-
ate and long- range needs. ©

The county is looking to tourist taxes to
help pay for some of those needs, at least
the short-range ones.

Marcia Tompkins, president of the
board of directors, outlined the problems
that have created the need for more help
from the county.

She said the state Department of Health
and Rehabilitative Services has offered
little or no help and when approached with
problems, prefers to discuss the worst case
scenario instead of possible solutions.

In addition, Tompkins said, the agency
is suffering from a serious lack of funding.

“The financial stress has gotten too
great for the board (of directors) and the
staff,” she said. “We spend 80 to 90 per-
cent of our time in board meetings trying
to figure out how we're going to get out of
this hole.”

In a letter addressed to Commission
Chairman Charles Owen dated March 13,
Tompkins wrote that Osceola Mental
Health was informed that it*would have a
reduction of $32,600 in sfate funds for the
period of February through June.

In addition, from July to ‘January, the
first seven months of Osceola Mental
Health’s fiscal year, the agency lost
$120,731.

The agency said in the letter that it
needs $188,043 to continue operating.

Tompkins said if the mental health ser-
vice does not receive additional funding
soon, some programs will suffer and
might even have to be closed.

“We've lost staff because they know

“We spend 80 to 90 percent *

of our time in board meetings
trying to figure out how we’re
going to get out of this hole.”

Marcia Tompkins

their program is on the chopping block, or
because we can’t pay them,” she said.
“We're either going to find funds or cut
programs.”

The local agency can’t pay some of the
staff because HRS funds come at random
times, and payroll has become a weekly
WOITYy.

Sue Manning of the Victim’s Advocate
Program said that her three-person staff
works 24 hours a day, seven days a week
and is not compensated for overtime or
work on holidays or weekends.

The staff members, she said, experience
burnout after six months, leave and must
be replaced.

The three employees divide their time
between tourists and local residents, she
said. Two victims’ advocates work with
the tourists and the third with county
residents.

She said her staff is paid about one half
of what other victims’ advocates in sur-
rounding counties make and use their own
cars.

County Administrator Bill Goaziou
told the representatives that the mental
health department needs to prepare a list
of specific needs and how much each one
will cost the County Commission.

Commissioner Jim Swan said during
the meeting that the commission should
be willing to help the mental health
department.

“I’m prepared to provide a significant
amount of assistance,” he said. “They're
not getting it from the state or the feds.”

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Adopt-A-Horse

Eight-year-old Bobby Rowe, above, gets
acquainted with his new horse. Bobby and his
father traveled from Geneva, Fla., to take
advantage of the Adopt-A-Horse program.
Under the program, people who have adequate
facilities paid a $125 fee to adopt the animals.
Atright, wild horses wait in pens at the county
agricultural center on East Bronson Highway,
the adoption center. The program is adminis-
tered by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management.

News-Gazette Photos/Scott Fisher

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building of a youth center, he said.

Music will be provided by the disc jockeys Dwayne

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E ditorigl

Merge city advisory boards

* Something good for downtown came out of a
meeting that was held recently at the Kissimmee
Community House.

For once, it seems all the organizations and
businesses who have an interest in downtown
agree that their efforts should be united and over-
seen by an authority.

Indeed, establishing a direction for downtown
up until now has been difficult because so many
groups have their'own agenda on how it should be
developed and marketed.

Members of the Municipal Development Board,
Lakefront Advisory Board, Downtown Area
Council and Downtown Business Association say
an autonomous authority, managed by a paid
director, would provide the best direction for
downtown Kissimmee.

Though the proposal to have a paid director has
merit, it is also premature for the size of downtown
Kissimmee.

_ A director is likely to command a salary of
$30,000 to $50,000, not including benefits, will
need a secretary, office space and equipment.
Could the downtown taxing district afford such
expenditures? It’s doubtful.

Also to be considered is whether the tasks

Years later, he still

It must have been about two years ago that I was flip-
ping through the mail and found a letter from Carole
King.

I wasn’t sure if it was that Carole King; the envelope
bore a California postmark, but then a lot of people live
in California, and Carole King isn’t that uncommon a
name, although the “e” at the end of Carole was a little
unusual.

I called the phone number that this Carole King per-
son had enclosed, and got a machine. When she
returned the call I was out. This went back and forth a
few times; we never did connect, so I never was quite
sure whether Carole King the letter-writer was also Car-
ole King the songwriter.

If her name means anything to you — and chances
are it does — the first thing to come to your mind is
probably “Tapestry.” “Tapestry” was an album that
Carole King released in 1971. Within two years it sold
10 million copies. Ten million. “Tapestry,” whether you
liked the music on it or not, transcended the record busi-
ness; “Tapestry” literally became like a piece of fumi-
ture, in the sense that you could walk into someone’s
house or apartment and be pretty sure there would be a
copy of “Tapestry” lying around. It was almost a
required purchase. If you close your yes right now, you
Fan probably see the cover.

= In those couple of years when 10 million people were
ying “Tapestry” and listening to Carole King’s voice,

we were made aware through the press that Carole ©

King’s career had started at least a decade before that. A
Brooklyn girl, she had written many hit songs for other
fieople when she was barely out of her teens. “Tapestry”
removed the songwriter’s arienyaily and made her fam-
Qus as a Singer.

fequire full-time professional management. In
large cities that have downtown districts, directors
are responsible for planning public improvements,
overseeing efforts to lure new businesses to the
arca and encouraging existing property owners (0
develop their commercial acreage.

But downtown Kissimmee is experiencing new
life. Ackley Realty recently moved downtown, and
John Cook’s commercial center on Broadway and
Monument holds a lot of promise. The city’s deve-
lopment of the Mickler property, growth of the
area and efforts by existing organizations are
beginning to pay off for downtown.

Not that merchants should be content with the
‘status quo. A good suggestion is the merger of the
Municipal Development Board and the Lakefront
Advisory Board into a larger board to provide clear
direction. That recommendation in itself should go
a long way to ending some of the bickering that has
been counterproductive for downtown Kissimmee.

It’s evident that there is a lot of enthusiasm for
the future of downtown Kissimmee. Volunteer
efforts, sound planning and teamwork will form a
solid foundation for the downtown district — at
least for the time being.

hears her hits

Bob
Greene

Chicago Tribune
columnist

On an afternoon not long ago, Cardle King called.
The Carole King who had written the letter two years
ago was, indeed, that Carole King; now she was touring
with a band, and she was in the city where I live. She
wanted to know if I'd like to have dinner and come
along with her to her show.

It tuned out I couldn’t; I was headed out of town
myself, and by the time I returned she would be gone.
We had a very pleasant phone conversation, and I was
still thinking of her as the “Tapestry” woman, and then,
just to check things out, I hunted down my copy of
something called “The Rolling Stone Illustrated History
of Rock & Roll.”

That’s just what it sounds like — it’s a reference
book. I looked up Carole King, and a lot of her early
songs — the pre- “Tapestry” songs, the songs other peo-
ple had recorded — were listed.

I was astonished. This woman wrote the soundtrack
to some of the happiest times of my life.

Please see Greene, page A-5

1 Freedom requires disciplined behavior

- "Freedom is heady wine; you can get drunk on it.

«= Freedom House, a clearing house and center for
> ey on freedom, conducted a worldwide survey,
found that of the world’s present population of 5.3
billion:
'+39 percent “dre free.”

+39 percent are not free.

. 22.percent are partly free.

= For the purpose of this survey, any country that has
only one political party was categorized as “not free.”
Thus, technically, the Soviet Union remains “not free.”

+" Hungary is considered “partly free” because, though
it has proclaimed “freedom,” specific freedoms have
ig yet been codificd by law.

“A “free country” is one in which people can choose
afong differing political parties in free elections.

+ What this survey does not seek to measure is the
degree to-which freedom, even in “free countries,” has
Been. inhibited by law.

2 of a fire hydrant.

++ Freedom of speech does not permit you to shout fire,
in a crowded theater.
‘3° Americans are not free to do what they want — but
Lree to do what they ought. That is an important
@istinction.

Paul
Harvey

Los Angeles Times
Syndicate

4

In newly liberated nations of Eastern Europe we are
seeing violence approaching anarchy.
In Hungary, Romania and East Germany, having

* tasted freedom, they want more!

Some, in the name of “freedom,” are looting and
burning property belonging to others.

In South Africa increasing freedoms have elicited
increasing threats of a blood bath.

Nations with deep religious roots seem better able to
handle “freedom” than other nations because, in their

Please see Harvey, page A-5

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Don’t be complacent with freedom

The year, 1989, will go down in history as a year of
change in the world; a year in which the call for freedom
rang in every corner of the globe, a year which every
American can feel proud that he or she are members of a
free Democratic Society and the side which has won the
Cold War.

As many nations emerge from oppressive darkness,
into the light of freedom and turn toward the west and
America for direction, what will they see?

If they looked toward Kissimmee last week, they
would have seen a community of people who have
become so complacent with their freedom that they no
longer choose to vote in the elections.

With only 16 percent of voter turnout, any man or
woman with a good sized family living in these parts
could have run for commissioner and won.

That may be an exaggeration, but it makes my point.
Why is there such a lousy turnout?

As I sought to answer that question, I spoke to many
individuals last week and received these answers:

It was an off election, not many candidates; There
were no issues on the ballot, and therefore not worthy of
my vote; I only vote in the presidential elections; Kiss-
immee is made up of apartment dwellers and renters
who are not concerned with local elections.

As I See It
By Skip Whitlam

In my opinion, the first three excuses are worthless
and simply reflect that individual’s lack of knowledge
of our system, or disrespect for its worth and are
spawned by laziness.

It is the fourth reason that has any validity and that
one does not provide a legitimate excuse.

Individuals who are property owners in the city are
directly affected by the local government. When monies
are needed for budgeted community expenses, they
have to be raised by levying taxes on their property.

The apartment dweller or renter does not sense that
condition and alludes to the misconception that he need
not be concerned with local governmental elections.

It appears that the residency in Kissimmee is made up
almost 50/50 of apartment buildings and residential
homes.

It is also a safe bet that many of the residential homes

See Freedom, page A-5

NASA tests raise safety concerns

WASHINGTON — Some of the-people living around
the Stennis Space Center on the Mississippi Gulf Coast
figure they have received one favor too many from
Congress.

Rep. Jaime Whitten, D-Miss., is chairman of the
House Appropriations Committee — a position equiva-
lent to Santa Claus when it comes to winning projects
for the folks back home. But Whitten’s folks back home
are in northern Mississippi. He used his clout to put a
$1.2 billion program to build space shuttle rocket
motors in his district in Yellow Creek, Miss.

But the dirty job of testing the new motors ended up
at the Stennis Space Center in southern Mississippi. The
testing involves laying one of the solid-fuel rocket
boosters on its side, igniting it and letting it burn. In the
process, the booster spews out 240,000 pounds of
hydrogen chloride and 375,000 pounds of aluminum
oxide.

Robert Esher, head of environmental research at the:

- Mississippi State University Research Center, contends

that, under the right conditions, that plume of exhaust
could turn into 400 tons of hydrochloric acid which
would fall to the earth as acid rain.

That’s not southern Mississippi’s idea of an attractive
gift from the federal government.

The environmental controversy over the proposed
tests is just the latest in a series of stumbling blocks for
the advanced solid-fuel rocket booster motor that was

Jack
Anderson

Washington
Merry Go Round

designed to enhance shuttle safely after the Challenger
explosion,

NASA is building the motor over the objection of its
own Aeronautics Safety Advisory Panel, which last
spring said a liquid-fuel motor would be a better way to
£0.

We reported in August that Whitten was able to steer
the project to an abandoned nuclear plant site in his dis-
trict. At the time, NASA officials told us that the deci-
sion to go with a solid rocket booster plant in Mississip-
pi had nothing to do with winning Whitten’s backing on
the Appropriations Committee.

Please see Anderson, page A-5 E

Opiiuarvones

Lack of confidence
To the Editor:
A mayor and two lame-duck council members agreed
to discuss a pay raise for St. Cloud City Manager Bill

Cook at a “special” meeting, even though the item was

not on the agenda.

As their last official act, they voted to give the city ...

manager a $4,130 pay increase. This certainly showed a
complete lack of confidence on the part of Mayor Dick
Word for the new incoming council members and the
two council members who were not present.

: Mr, and Mrs. OJ. Neusbaum

St. Cloud . criminals, yét every minute live babies are being

Not for Florida

To the Editor:

I was astonished to see the heading over a picture of
Gov. Bob Martinez, “Governor makes pitch for Vo-
Tech Cente” in the March 29 issue of News-Gazelte.

The Indians called that “speaking with forked
tongue.” Anyone interested in what goes on in our gov-
ernmental affairs can vividly recall that our state Rep.
Bud Bronson fought long and hard to get the Legislature
to provide funding for Vo-Tech two years ago and the
governor vetoed it! -

Now with a bare face he says, wp ] time to get itdone,
I'll vote for it.”

This man has contradicted himself so many times

since he’s been governor to the point that no one knows

‘some of the
my: He may bea

what he stands for.
' Well, he may fool some of the
time, but not the people of Osceola Ce

good govemor for Poland and Czechoslovakia but not

for Florida or Osceola County.
Joe Adams
St. Cloud

Wake up America
To the, Editor:
~/As I listen'to the news in regard to capital punishment

: and the many years since a criminal who was found

guilty of performing a heinous crime has paid the penal-

ty for his crime, I ponder on the justice system in the

United States of America.
‘Our justice system has delayed the dealth penalty for

snatched, pulled apart, from the mother’s womb and put
into the dumpster. This is legal in America. Murder the
baby in the womb but not the one on your lap. Millions
of babies have been put to death since 1973, but less
than 300 criminals have been put to death.

‘The American publici is worshipping the god of sex as

"they murder the innocent child within the womb.

Kathy Wolf, a resident of Osceola County, the lady
who led the fight 10 keep the cross on top of the.water
tower in St. Cloud, is in the Pinellas County Jail along
with nine others for protesting in front of an abortion -

“clinic. Prison officials have released many of those con-

victed of a felony as the jail in Pinellas: County is oyets
crowded; yet those who want to save lives are

ated for six months. They are being made an “example”

for anyone else who would protest abortion. They want
us to mind our own business and not get involved in the
affair of their country, i i

i Wake up Americal. You re too young | die! ~~

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Greene

Continued from page A-4

Knowing that she had written some old hits was one
thing; seeing the specific list of songs was another.
Working in collaboration with various other song-
writers, she created the special, personal history that
still echoes in so many of our heads.

Some of her songs are very, very famous, and prob-
~—~.ably mean a great deal to some of you: “Will You Still
Love Me Tomorrow,” originally recorded by the Shi-
relles; “Up on the Roof,” by the Drifters; renyingin in the
Rain” by the Everly Brothers.

The songs that leapt out at me, though, were not as
celebrated as those. Still, they came along at a time in
my life when I was precisely ready for them — it was
almost as if I needed them to express what it was I was
feeling.

There was a song called “Hey Girl,” sung by Freddy
Scott; “One Fine Day,” sung by the Chiffons; “I'Can’t
Stay Mad at You,” sung by Skeeter Davis. OK, maybe
we’re not talking about Cole Porter here. Doesn’t mat-
ter. We're all born when we're born, and Cole Porter
wasn’t around when a lot of us were first falling in love.

One particular song ... it was called “I’m Into Some-
thing Good,” and it became a hit when it was recorded

Anderson

by the British group Herman’s Hermits. Before that,
though, “I’m Into Something Good” was recorded by a
female singer whose name I cannot remember. I can
hear the voice, though. And I can feel what I was feeling
then. I would wake up, and the words would come out
of the radio — * ... something tells me I’m into some-
thing good” — and it was true. Something very good
was just about to happen to me, was already happening,
really, and it was almost as if Carole King had read my
mind and was affirming the fact. Something tells me
I’m into something good.

How does a girl come out of Brooklyr and do that?
How does a girl come out of Brooklyn and get inside
your head like that? And how does she know how to
write songs as varied as “Pleasant Valley Sunday,”
which the Monkeys recorded, and “A Natural Woman,”
which Aretha Franklin recorded?

Guess I won’t get to ask her. By the time I figured out
it was Carole King who was inside my head during all
those wonderful times, Carole King had left town.

Maybe that’s just as well, though. Whatever we
might have had to say to each other, she already said to
me a long time ago.

But then, she knows that.

‘Thursday, April 5, 1990, NEWS-GAZETTE, Page AS

Freedom

Continued from page A-4

are occupied by renters and not owners.

Renters should realize that increases in property taxes
eventually raise their rents.

Our local government officials are those who decide
where government revenues made available to the city
of Kissimmee are dispursed. They are the individuals
who must support our city, police, fire departments,
schools, recreational facilities, water and sewage and
future developments, just to name a few.

These are things that we all need and depend upon,
whether renter or owner, and are deserving of our
responsible action, to vote on.

Voting is not a difficult thing and takes very little of
your time. The big question is always, “Who do I vote
for?”

That does take a little time and here are four
suggestions:

1. Take out the dice, assign each candidate with a
number and roll the dice.

Continued from page A-4

Whitten’s pull in Congress is little help to those near
the Stennis Space Center who don’t want the tests.
Esher at Mississippi State University and others are
demanding that NASA either install a scrubber to trap
pollutants or test the rockets in a less sensitive
environment.

NASA contends that the exhaust plume will go high
enough to disperse, and the effects will be negligible.

Why is NASA even considering the poison-belching
motors if a liquid-fueled version is a possibility?

Russell Bardos, NASA's deputy director for systems
engineering, told our reporter Greg Moore that the
solid-fuel version is cheaper and can be built faster. The
liquid-fueled motor would take about $2.5 billion to
develop.

Jerry Grey is with the private American Institute of
Aeronautics and Astronautics. We asked him who is
correct in this debate of liquid vs. solid. He told us the
liquid-fuel motor could be ready in the same amount of
time it will take to adequately test an advanced solid-
fuel motor to make sure it is safe for use. And the safety
issue is the reason NASA needs a new solid rocket
motor in the first place.

Pl

As for cost, the Challenger disaster cost the taxpayers
$15 billion, and Grey contends that accident could have
been avoided if NASA has been using a liquid-fueled
motor in the first place.

Cuomo’s Peak — New York Gov. Mario Cuomo has
been viewed as the savior of the Democratic Party, but
Cuomo’s stock may have peaked. His problems at home
threaten to turn this dream candidate into another
Michael Dukakis. Some of Cuomo’s advisers are warn-
ing that New York is on the brink of an economic crisis
with tax hikes and spending cuts looming. Cuomo is
mindful of what happened to Dukakis and the “Massa-
chusetts miracle” which has since gone bust. If Cuomo
decided to run for president, all his opponent would
have to do is accentuate the problems in New York, just
as Bush did to Dukakis’ problems in Massachusetts.

Mini-Editorial — Japan may own America’s real
estate, but at least America owns Japan’s stomachs. The
Japanese appetite for American fast food chains is insat-
iable. There are 7,366 U.S. food franchise outlets in
Japan ranging from Dominos to McDonald's. If worse
comes to worse in the trade war, we can always threaten
to close the pipeline for all-beef patties, special sauce,
lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions and sesame seed buns.

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understanding, it (freedom) is self-limiting.

In Poland, for example, the revolution is more orderly
because, stronger than the now-loosed-noose of com-
munism is the Pole’s first allegiance to his God. Where
civil restraints end, “Thy will be done” still maintains
order — as it was in the beginning of our own country.

At the-tisk of exhausting you with the redundancy of

my favorite phrase: “Self-government won’t work with-
out self-discipline,” evidence is everywhere, in every
day’s news, that many Americans do not measure up to
the disciplined behavior that freedom requires.

And to the extent that we vacate our moral obliga-
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eyes, and push buttons, hoping for divine enlighenment.

3. Go to your local harber shop and have a good old
political discussion and make your choices.

4. Read your local newspaper and keep your eyes ang
ears open.

Personally, as an apartment dweller, I rely on the 1
two methods and ask God for wisdom and insight
arrive at my candidates. I use the first method to sel
my Lotto number. (I haven’t won big yet).

Seriously, the election in Kissimmee or any othgr ¢
in these United States does not reflect a majority
Democracy. It does reflect the majority of those people
who chose to vote. Pit

If we choose to abdicate our right to vote, we are
throwing away a freedom which peoples in the world
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County blames computer error for IRS discrepancy

By Glen H. Epstein
News-Gazette Staff Writer

: “The Internal Revenue Service has notified Osceola
County officials that there is a $576,710.80 discrepancy

between totals reported on employees’ 1987 Social Sec-

urity forms and forms sent to the IRS of the same year.
The IRS also indicated that a similar discrepancy of
over $4 million was found while reconciling the coun-
ty’s FICA wages for the .same year. .
«
I'he county’s Wage and Tax Statements — its W-2
Forms — indicates the county paid the United States
Government $3,017.40. However, the Employer's
Quarterly Federal Tax Return — Form 941 — said the

Montego Bay hit
again by burglars

By Kristin Dye
News-Gazette Staff Writer

Another burglary at the Montego Bay subdivision
was reported Monday despite increased police patrol in
the neighborhood.

Osceola County sheriff’s Sgt. Dennis Weathers said a
(clevision set and microwave oven were removed from
2684 Montego Bay Boulevard. The burglary occurred
between 6 a.m. and 8 a.m. Weathers said the home’s
carage door was opened and a west side bedroom win-
dow was broken out to gain entrance.

Since December there have been four burglaries to
homes in the neighborhood and two attempts, according
to residents. Residents recently complained that sher-
it’s investigators have ignored their cases. They said
that once their burglary reports were taken, they never
heard from an investigator again. The residents also
complained that there was no increase in patrol in their
arca even though all the burglaries occurred on the same

« Street.

The residents were also concerned that the sheriff’s
office did not seem to know how many burglaries had
xcurred. The burglaries have all occurred between 8

m. and noon and the front doors of the homes have
been kicked in to gain entrance.

Sheriff’s officials defended themselves against critic-
ism, saying they did not notice a pattern of burglaries at
the subdivision because they occurred sporadically over
a three-month time span. Consequently, the patrol divi-
sion was not notified to pay particular attention to Mon-
tego Bay. In addition, two of the burglaries were
assigned to a detective who has since left the depart-
ment. Weathers said Tuesday that both marked and
unmarked patrol units have been monitoring the area.

Police warn of false
solicitation for officers

A man posing as a Kissimmee Police Department
employee has been falsely soliciting funds on behalf of
the department, according to police.

Police said Tuesday that they received a report from
Kissimmee developer Joel Davis who said he was
phoned by a man who claimed to be representing KPD.
I'he man asked for money that supposedly would go
toward a KPD death and disability fund, said police.

Davis became suspicious and asked the man for his

* name and telephone number. The man gave the name

Gary Anderson and said his number was 847-1780.
Police said no such person works for the department and
the United Telephone Co. said that particular number
has never been issued.

Kissimmee Police Sgt. Doug Parsons requested that
anyone who may have been asked for money in this
manner contact the department at 847-0176. He said
Davis’ report was the first one received and police want
to know how' many other people may have been duped.

“We do not solicit funds in this ma®ner,” said
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county should have paid $579,728.20.

County Administrator Bill Goaziou on n Mon was
unable to give a. definite explaination regarding the
discrepancy.

“Either the IRS lost information,” he said, “or we
have a discrepancy in what we forwarded to the IRS.
It’s a difference in records.”

County Finance Administrator Tom Allen blames
computer error for the discrepancy.

“It (1987) was the first year we used magnetic report-
ing to the IRS,” he said. “Apparently, they have not
been able to read the magnetic tape we used.”

All reporting to the IRS was done by hand until 1987.

IRS assistant public affairs officer Amanda Michanc-
zyk, who could not comment directly on Osceola’s case

but spoke in generalities, said Tuesday discrepancies
such as the one Osceola was notified of do occur
occasionally.

She said they sometimes occur because of computer
matching, a problem created by different systems being
used to read the same information.

The reason why the dollar figures in the county’s
notice was so high, Michanczyk said, is a result of the
large size of the county government.

Allen said Osceola County made all of its payments
on time during the year and there should be no
discrepancy.

As of Tuesday, the county’s finance office was work-
ing with the IRS to try to correct the situation.

Clay

Continued from page A-1
plan to pay anything because “the claim is totally with-
out merit.”
The city’s next step is to write a letter to Clay, telling
him it does not intend to pay the fee, Arther said.
Clay was fired after only six months with the city.
At that time, City Manager Mark Durbin wrote in
Clay’s six-month job performance review that the for-
mer director’s quality of work was unsatisfactory and
his dependability needs improvement.

Durbin sent Clay a written reprimand Aug. 2 of that
year and extended his probationary period another six
months, according to the report.

Durbin was dissatisfied with Clay’s lease negotia-
tions with Airships International, the blimp company
planning to build a hanger at the airport, according to
the reprimand.

He also was not satisfied with Clay’s lease negotia-

tions with the Kissimmee Golf Club, which is located
nearby the airport, and the engineering firm of Post,
Buckley, Schuh and Jernigan for services to the airport.

In a memorandum from Clay to Durbin shortly after-
ward, Clay wrote that he found Durbin’s allegations to
be “unfounded” and his letter to be “intimidating and
threatening.”

Trainer

Continued from page A-1

surgeon, agreed that Osceola County does have volun-
teer doctors on hand at football games, but practices
have no certified personnel.

Getting health care at a practice session is a matter of
calling 911, he said.

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‘Community events

Kissimmee Lioness Club

The Kissimmee Lioness Club meets the second and
fourth Tuesday at 7 p.m. at Good Sam’s Cafe. The first
meeting of the month is a dinner meeting at 6:30 p.m.
For more information, call Betty Boyles at 396-0598 or
Ruth Calhoun at 933-0912.

Join scouting

Boy Scout Troop No. 298, sponsored by VFW Post

298, meets every Friday at the VFW Post, 914 New
York Ave., St. Cloud, at 7 p.m. Any boy from 10 and
1/2 through 17 who is interested in joining Scouts may
do so by going to any of the regular meetings.

Experimental aircraft

Members of the Experimental Aircraft Association
take part in air shows, fly-ins and social events as well
as teaching aircraft construction and flying to young
people. The group meets the first Monday of each
month. For more information, call Alan Lloyd at
847-4341.

Glasses/hearing aids wanted

BVL Chapter 4259 of the American Association of
Retired Persons is the' first AARP chapter to join the
Lions Club in its collection of old eyeglasses and hear-
ing aids for the needy in foreign countries.

Bring any items to the AARP meeting. For more
information, call Sophie Sobolewski at 348-5805 or
Harold Richardson at 348-5029.

Camera club

The Orlando/Winter Park Camera Club meets at 7:30
p.m. the first Tuesday of the month at the Crealde
School of the Arts, Aloma Avenue and St. Andrews.
Beginners to advanced are welcome to participate. For
more information or directions, call 679-3339 days or
898-2604 evenings.

Senior Center news

The Senior Center, 1099 Shady Lane, Kissimmee, 1s
offering chore services for people who need help with
heavy work around the house such as window washing,
carpet cleaning or lawn work.

A 10-day cruise to Alaska on the Sea Princess will
depart from San Francisco Sept. 3 and will include stops
at Vancouver, Juneau, Sitka, Glacier Bay, Victoria and
Skagway. Prices range from $1,499 to $2,349, depend-
ing on accommodations, and includes air fare. For more
information, call Harrictt Magee at 892-9468 or call the
center at 846-8532.

Hospital volunteers needed

The auxiliary of Humana Hospital-Kissimmee is
recruiting volunteers for their volunteer program. Vol-
unteers are needed to work with patients, in the gift shop
and as substitutes in all areas. Volunteers are asked to
work a minimum of four hours a week.

The volunteer office is also recruiting junior volun-
teers for the summer program which will begin June 1.
Young men and women between the ages of 14 and 18
are invited to join the program.

. If interested, call 933-3695 for a brochure and an
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Sanchez

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accident be excluded from the trial because of improper

handling and extraction of the blood samples. Kelley

also requested that the blood tests be excluded from evi-

dence on the grounds that there was no probable cause

Softball players wanted

The St. Cloud Parks and Recreation Department is
forming seniors 60 any over slow pitch teams and is
seeking players. They meet each Monday, Wednesday
and Friday at the St. Clgud Civic Center softball ficlds
at 10 a.m. for practice-dnd fellowship. For more infor-
mation, join them at ‘practice, or call the civic center at
957-7276 or Nick Petro at 892-4019.

Scout leaders wanted

Cub Scout Pack No. 272 is in need of parents to act as
volunteer leaders for the fall season. Training will be
provided. Any interested parent who lives near Michi-
gan Avenue Elementary School is asked to call Kathy
Rosenberg, cubmaster, at 892-4007.

Rec equipment needed

The St. Cloud Parks and Recreation Department
needs recreational equipment for the teen drop-in prog-
ram that it conducts on Friday and Saturday nights at the
Civic Center.

The teens would like to have a ping pong/pool table,
soccer table and a pinball machine, or any other table
games. If an individual, club, business or organization
has any of this equipment, or could donate funds to
purchase it, call the recreation department at 957-7276.

MDA Golf Card gift certificates

Gift certificates for the 1990 Muscular Dystrophy
Association Golf Card are available. The card will enti-
tle card holders to free greens fees at at least 15 golf
courses in Central Florida. The card is $20 and will be
valid between April 1 and Oct. 31, 1990. Gift certifi-
cates may be obtained by call MDA at 677-6665.

Gospel businessmen’s meeting

The Full Gospel Businessmen’s dinner meeting is
held the third Saturday of each month at 7 p.m. at Good
Sam Cafe on 17-92 south of Kissimmee. Businessmen,
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New-look Osceola Astros open 1990 FSL season

By Rick Pedone
News-Gazette Staff Writer

The Osceola Astros will feature a new look Friday
when they open their 140-game 1990 Florida State
League season at Osceola Stadium against Vero Beach.

The game begins at 7 p.m.

Only one player, outfielder Dan Nyssen, remains
from last year’s Osceola roster.

The team also has a new manager, Sal Butera, who
makes his professional debut with the Astros.

Butera, 37, ended an 18-year professional career as a
catcher last season. He spent a part of nine seasons with
Montreal, Cincinnati, Detroit, Toronto and Minnesota.
He began his professional career with the Sarasota
White Sox of the FSL in 1973.

“I’m very excited about this club. I think we’ve got
the ability to score some runs and make things happen,”
said Osceola General Manager Pat O'Conner. “Sal is
only one year'removed from being a player. He brings a
high level of intensity to every game.”

Because of the shortened spring training schedule,
the Astros minor league teams have been playing exhib-
ition games since mid-March and have been impressive.

“We were 10-1 through last week, so I think that indi-
cates that there is good talent on the club,” O’Conner
said.

Softball teams
improve at

Auburndale

By Rick Pedone
News-Gazette Staff Writer

The Gateway, St. Cloud and Osceola softball teams
emerged from last weekend's Auburndale Invitational
with similar 1-3 records, but each coach said her team
benefitted from the experience.

Osceola, 13-5, defeated Tampa Bloomingdale (3-2)
in the first round Friday, then lost consecutive decisions
Saturday to Dunedin (1-0), Bartow (2-0) and Brandon
(7-2).

Gateway, 5-9, was downed by host Auburndale
(15-0) Friday, then rallied to pound Lakeland Santa Fe
(19-2) before returning Saturday and dropping a 15-13
slugfest with Pinellas Park and a 13-8 decision to Geof-
flown, N.H.

St. Cloud, 6-8, lost to Bartow (8-6), Geofftown (5-2)
and Winter Haven (7-1) before dumping Santa Fe
(15-0). gi

Osceola Coach Charlene Davids said her team gained
valuable experience.

“We played against four very good pitchers,” she
said. “I think we're better now than before we went
there. Our girls gained a lot of confidence. They know
they can hit the ball.”

Heather Arnold's two-run triple proved to be the

game-winning hit against Bloomingdale. Mandy Gray

had the other RBI. of

Pitcher Amy Dyer, who emerged with a 10-5 record
after the tournament, threw a no-hitter against Dunedin.
It was Dyer’s sixth no-hitter of the season. Two errors
gave Dunedin its run. The Kowgirls left eight runners
aboard. Dyer and Sheri King each had one hit.

The Bartow and Brandon losses frustrated Davids.

“Bartow had no defensive skills, but they had a good
pitcher,” Davids said. “We gave Brandon two runs on
errors, then a poor call by an umpire with two outs cost
us five runs. We had a force play at third base, which
would have been the third out, but the runner was called
safe. Brandon scored five runs after that.”

Dayla Foster emerged from the tournament with a
A451 season batting average. Michelle Bonilla his hit-
ting .370. Dyer (.293), Gray (.288), Nicole Barkalow
(.286), Sheri King (.278) and Arnold (.261) also boast
solid averages.

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Gateway sophomore pitcher Kerry Elder put on a
gutty performance at the tournament. Elder broke the
middle finger on her glove hand against Auburndale
Friday, but came back and pitched Saturday against
Pinellas Park and Geofftown. ec

“She bandaged her fingers together and stuck them
outside her glove,” said coach Alice Weismore. “Aspi-
rin got her through the tournament.”

Elder had a cast placed on the finger after the tourna-
ment. Weismore had no room to maneuver Friday. She
lost one player to grades, and two others were taking
SATs, leaving her with only nine players.

Senior Kim Elder, Kerry’s sister, homered in the
sixth inning of the slugfest with Pinellas Park.

“These girls have shown heart all year and they’ve
really played hard,” said Weismore. “We finally got our
pitching machine, so I think you're going to see a lot of
improvement in their hitting over the next few games.”

Weismore promoted freshmen Heather Hunt and
Holly Day to the varsity roster.

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St. Cloud Coach Terri Holmes agreed with Osceola’s
Coach Davids that her team gained valuable experience
at Auburndale.

“I’m happy with the way my girls played. We faced
some good pitchers and we played well,” said Holmes.

The Bulldogs went with a lineup that featured all
underclassmen, and had five players in new posiuons.
In addition, pitcher Suzanne Martinez missed the tour-
nament because of illness.

“That’s why I was very encouraged. We had a lot of
players out of position, we faced three great teams and
the girls didn’t flinch. They weren‘t intimidated,” Hol-
mes said.

Leading the Bulldogs in the tournament were Stepha-
nie Eken, Tracy Adams, Trish Coffey, Evelene Clem-
mons and Celia Fisher.

Holmes points to the team’s 5-5 regular-season mark
as an indication of its progress.

“We're going to have a winning season, regardless of
what happened at the tournament,” Holmes said. “We
have a tremendous group of freshmen and sophomores,
and we're going to get better.”

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Osceola will feature two of the organization’s bright-
est young pitching prospects in righthanders Jeff Juden
and Todd Jones. ;

Juden, 19, was Houston's first selection in the 1989
draft and the 12th player selected overall. He was a
USA Today All-American at Salem High in Salem,
Mass. He had a 30-4 high school career record and
struck out 488 batters in 254 innings at Salem High. He
made his professional debut in Kissimmee last summer
in the Gulf Coast Rookie League, where he compiled a
1-4 record and 3.40 ERA in 39% innings.

Jones, 21, was selected as a compensation pick after
the first round of last year’s draft in the Nolan Ryan
deal. Jones played at Jacksonville State in Alabama
before the Astros sent him to their rookie league team at
Auburn, N.Y., where he was 2-3 with a 5.44 ERA in
49% innings.

Both Juden and Jones were named among the top five
power pitchers in the 1989 draft by Baseball America
magazine.

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Osceola’s tentative opening lineup has Howard Pra-
ger at first base. Prager batted .335 last season at
Auburn and led the New York-Penn League in RBI
(58). “He’s a legitimate run producer,” said O'Conner.

The second-short combo is Mica Lewis and David
Henderson. Lewis was an all-star in the New York-Penn
League. Henderson batted .226 at Aubum in 1989. “I
think they’re going to be a great combo,” O’Conner
said.

At third is Lance Madsen, who led Auburn with nine
home runs last year and batted .265. He had three home-

rs in one game August 28 at Geneva. “He’s a bulldog,

the kind who likes to get down and dirty,” said
O’Conner.

The center fielder will be Kenny Lofton, who played
in the 1988 Final Four with the University of Arizona.
Lofton split the 1989 season at Auburn and Asheville
and stole 40 bases. “He can go and get it and he has
exceptional athletic abilty,” said O’Conner.

Nyssen will be in left. He hit .241 in 87 games with
Osceola last year. “He’s a guy we look to for a leader.
We'd like to see him come in and put up some good
numbers,” said O’Conner.

Toncie Reed, .274 at Auburn last year, made the club
in right field with an impressive spring camp, O’ Conner
said. “He’s a kid who could really come on.”

Scott Makarewicz will catch. He batted .241 at
Auburn last season.

_ Utility infielder Larry Lamphere is one of the organi-
zation’s top base stealers. He stole 67 at Asheville last

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Other position players on the roster include catchers
John Massarelli and Don Angotti, infielder Frank Kell-
ner and outfielders Harry Fuller and Mike Beams.
Beams played at Lake Brantley High before being
drafted in the 10th round of the 1986 draft.

Pitchers include Cole Hyson, Rick Dunnum, Pete
Bauer, Gabe Rodriguez, Rodney Windes, Ken Luck-

ham, Troy Dovey, Ed Ponte, Brian Griffiths and Chris
Gardner.

Joining Butera on the coaching staff is Jack Billing-
ham, back for his fourth season as pitching coach, and
Bobby Ramos, who caught several seasons for the Mon-
treal Expos.

The Astros again will compete in the FSL Central
Division with the Lakeland Tigers, Winter Haven Red
Sox and Baseball City Royals. Osceola was 72-65 last
year but missed the FSL playoffs. The league will again
play a split season. The first half ends June 17; the sec-
ond half concludes August 30. Division winners and
one wild-card qualify for the playoffs each half season.

Osceola shattered its season attendance record last
year with a total of 53,566, breaking the 1988 mark of
44.023.

By Rick Pedone
News-Gazette Staff Writer

New Gateway basketball coach Bob Baker knows
better than to believe he can quickly turn the Panthers
into a state power.

Baker, 39, will instead concentrate on developing
young talent.

// Baker was named by Principal Dorothy Davis to
( replace Bill Tillema,who/started Gateway’s program

five years ago and had been its only head coach. Baker
was JV coach the past two seasons.

Baker knows all about the responsibilities of being in
charge. He spent six years as head coagh at Tri-County
High in Wolcott, Ind.; Austin High in Austin, Ind.; and
Arthur High in Arthur, 111. before moving to Florida. He
has spent 18 years as either an assistant or head coach.

“When the job opened up, I thought about the fact
that I’ve been here four years and that I knew the kids,”

Rain slows local track squads

By Rick Pedone
News-Gazette Staff Writer

Bad weather and lack of competition plagued the
Osceola and St. Cloud track teams last weekend.

Both squads ventured to the University of Florida
Invitational last week at Gainesville, but rain washed
out half of the events.

In a scheduled five-team meet at St. Cloud Monday,
Haines City and Boone failed to show.

The Kowboys 440-relay team (Eric Pinellas, Tito
Paul, Temujin Powell and Carlton Pouncy) got on the
track at Gainesville Friday and ran a season best of 45.1
seconds, but did not place.

The 2-mile relay team of Anthony Zecchino, Karim
Bouaziz, Stan Koziatek and Lucius Le finished 10th in
8:46.

The Kowboys’ Caleb Daly ran the 880 in 1:34, and
Paul had his best high jump of the year at 6-0.

St. Cloud's Tim Gatz finished fourth in the high hur-
dles with a time of 15.4 seconds. Mike Cruz had his best
time of the season in the mile, 4:32.

Lawrence Mascoe finished second in his 880 heat at
Gainesville in 50.4 seconds.

The 440 relay team of Gatz, Eric Butler, Tiger
McMillon and Robert Shelton had a season-best effort

Baker said. “I’ve been a head coach before, and I
thought that if I was to stay with the program, I needed
to be a head coach again.”

Bob Studley, varsity assistant last year under Tille-
ma, will remain in that position with Baker. The JV spot
is open.

“I’m not in a position that I’m looking to go any-
where,” Baker said. “I’m happy teaching here, and I
plan to stay here.”

Baker and his wife, Diane, have two girls: Jill, 7, and
Shayna, 5.

“It will take a lot of time to do the job right as head
coach,” Baker said. ‘But last year I was assistant in two
sports, basketball and football, and that took a lot of
time. I’m keeping my priorities in order. My religious
life and family life will still be my top two priorities.”

Baker said players entering high school at Gateway
and in much of Florida lack fundamental basketball
skills children in Illinois and Indiana learn at the
elementary school level.

of 43.3.

The Bulldogs hosted a meet Monday, but Haines City
and Boone failed to show.

Several St. Cloud athletes turned in good efforts in
the abbreviated meet.

“Jamie Paul set a school record in placing second in
the discus at 104-2. Paul also won the shot put at
33-10% .

St. Cloud held off the Melbourne Palm Bay girls
team, 75-71. Groveland (6) was a distant third. St.
Cloud’s boys crushed Groveland, 112-21.

Jessica Toth won two events Monday, the 2-miles

'(14:08.4) and high jump (4-8). ‘

Lisa Shelton swept the sprint events, winning the 100
(12.42) and the 220 (26.42). -

Becky Tyson won the 440 in 1:02.4.

Steve Partin had a season’s best of 123-82 in win-
ning the discus Monday. Tiger McMillon was just a
tenth of a second off his best time in Winning the 100 at
10.74.

“There really isn’t much to say about it, there wasn’t

much competition (for the boys),” said Coach John

Wallauer. “It was more or less an inter-squad thing.”

St. Cloud faces stiffer competition today when it
travels to Seminole, the two-time district champion.
Osceola traveled to Haines City Tuesday.

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St. Cloud players enjoyed a 19-1 romp over Williamsburg, Ky., Monday at Chisholm Field. Ty Archer (10) here accepts congratulations from team-
mates after hitting a three-run homer. The Bulldogs improved to 10-5. St. Cloud hosts Osceola Friday at 7 p.m.

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Tohope Seniors
High game scratch — Clesson Chamberlain 191,
Regis Buskey 191, Sal Mirabelli 182, Regis Buskey

‘180.

Women — Bobby Clement 176, Juanita Getner 173,
Mary Hinchcliff 167, Evelyn Mounts 165.

High series scratch — Clesson Chamberlain 535,
Regis Buskey 527.

Women — Bobby Clement 493, Juanita Getner 460.

High game handicap — Rollin Burnett 221, Clesson
Chamberlain 207.

Women — Anne Markin 208, Mary Steingasser 198.
High series handicap — Clesson Chamberlain 583,
Anne Markin 554.

High team game — Alaska, 940.

High team series — Alaska, 2,656.

Good pickups — Dorothy T. 5-6, Stanley M. 3-10,
Jim M. 2-7, Marie B. 2-7, Ann M. 5-6-10, Edith B. 5-6,
Rachel G. 3-9-10, Martha T. 2-7, Cleo M. 5-7, 5-6, Ann
W. 3-10, Bob B. 5-8-10, Luella C. 3-10, 4-5-7, Mary S.
2-7-8, Rollin B. 3-10, 4-5-7, Ann M. 2-7-8.

Standings — Alaska 34-18; Maine 30-22; Utah
27-25. .

BVL soccer

The Buenaventura Lakes Youth Soccer League sche-
dule was rained out last week. Games will be made up at
a later date. This Saturday’s schedule: :

Tiny Mites — First Sterling vs. Bronson's, 9 a.m.

Pee Wees — Dixie Pool vs. Twin Dragons, 10 a.m.;
Murray Bronson vs. Gateway Ford, 11 a.m.

Juniors — Bronson’s vs. Ramada Properties 9 am,
Landstar Homes vs. Love’s Beauty Salon 11 am.

Seniors — Team No.2 vs. Terry’s Electric, 9 a.m.;
Sports Capital vs. Team No.1 11 am.

SC wrestling club
St. Cloud Wrestling Club athletes brought home 18
medals in last week’s meet at' Oviedo High. :
First place awards — Derick Oakley (944 pounds),
Tommy Kucik (90 and 100), Derick Haderle (115),
Westen Bartlett (75), Darek Smith (85) and Jimm
Kempher (198). : :
Second place awards — Kevin Archibald (132), Mar:
shall Smith (105), Darek Smith (90), Jeremey Fert
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Third place awards — David Genho (154), Cd
Fenton (85), Marshall Smith (115), Brad Trowell (Â¥
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Many of the fire department’ s volunteers are hushands and wives who helped create the organizationdn 1987 after a two-day brush fire
threatened their homes.

Pitching in to help fight fires

Women answer calls during day in 1_Holopaw

By Beth Koop-Muccigrosso
News-Gazette Staff Writer

When there’s an emergency in Holopaw,
local women turn off their stoves, call the
babysitter and jump on their fire truck.

During weekdays, most of the men who vol-
unteer for the Holopaw Fire Department are
working at their jobs, which can be far from
the area. As a result, the women who are home
during the day are in charge of any emergency.

Twelve women, ages 18 to 50, who are
daughters, mothers and grandmothers, volun-
teer as firefighters and emergency personnel
on weekdays.

Often that means turning off the stove

before dinner ‘is through and dropping off
children with a neighbor.

Volunteer Sandy Worth monitors emergen-
cy calls on an old radio base located inher
mobile home. Her home off a long dirt road is
the Holopaw Volunteer Fire Department.

Until a few years ago, Worth was busy
being a mother and wife. Today at age 40, she
is an assistant fire chief.

Worth’s front yard is full of cars and trucks
while the side yard is full of old dilapidated
fire trucks.

Like most fire stations, Worth’s home is the
popular place to hang out. On weekends, the
large cluttered home is full of neighbors, rela-
tives and friends.

Worth’s husband, daughter and son-in-law
are active volunteers in the fire department.

Worth’s daughter, Danielle Curry, 21,
responded to emergencies and went through
fire training during her pregnancy.

Many of the fire department’s volunteers are
husbands and wives who helped create the
organization in 1987 after a two-day brush fire
threatened their homes.

Holopaw residents helped fight the blaze
' with garden hoses, shovels and rakes until

Deer Run firefighters could assist.

The large number of automobile accidents
in this remote area of East Bronson Highway
also warranted some kind of emergency per-
sonnel in the area. At that time, the closest
ambulance was 15 minutes away.

Drivers rushing through Holopaw won't see
much more than miles of Florida ranch land. A

" small convenience store at the flashing yellow
traffic light off Irlo Bronson Highway appears
to be the only sign of civilization.

“The fire department was created out of

News-Gazette Photo/Beth Koop-Muccigrosso

Sandy Worth monitors emergency calls on an old radio base located in her
mobile home. Her home off a long dirt road is the Holopaw Volunteer Fire

Department.

necessity cause there’s nothing here. You gotta
do something,” said Eileen Amold, 32, a vol-
unteer who also works nearby with the state
forestry service.

Volunteers initially had little training. Some
had several first aid and CPR classes. But pri-
marily, Worth said, *“‘we put our common sense
together.”

Currently, the Osceola County Public Safety
Department is providing volunteers with other
emergency training classes.

But before the county started its countywide
firc and rescue system last year, Holopaw vol-
unteers took it under their own initiative to
become a more professional organization.

Before the fire department had a radio base,
Worth said she was the only volunteer with a
pager. When she would receive an emergency
call, her job was to telephone all the volunteers
one at a time to ask them to respond.

Today, almost all volunteers carry a pager
that they’ ve purchased themselves. As a result,
the fire department” s response time has
decreased to a maximum of six minutes.

In 1988, the fire department purchased their
first truck, which is 30 ycars old. Now the
department has four other emergency vehicles
donated by various arca fire departments.

Recently, the department raised enough
donations to buy property for a new fire sta-
tion. The next hurdle will be to raise funds to
construct the station.

Because both the men and women have
been working together since the fire depart-
ment’s inception, the men say they have no
problems working with women volunteers.

Because of the fire department’s remote
location, Fire Chief Keith Florina, 37, said the
volunteers have learned to appreciate help
from anyone, regardless of who they are or
what they know. “The more people there, the
better. Even if they don’t have much
experience.”

“Team work is the key thing,” said volun-

teer Tris Curry, 22, Worth’s son-in-law. “As

long as you can keep up, who cares who they
are.”

A ghost from the past reminds Pete that he’s getting old

Nancy Leta Gertner is very old.

In another eight months, Nancy will be celebrating
the 20-year-reunion of her high school graduating class.

I hate Nancy Leta Gertner.

I can’t recall her name, nor do I remember what she
looked like, but she and I were just two members of a
class of more than 650 high school seniors who gra-
duated from Toms River High School South (New
Jersey) 20 years ago.

Nancy was downright chipper about this reunion bus-
iness when I talked with her from her Lakewood, N.J.,

home a few days ago. Nancy, along with class President

Gus Kakayas (who'I only knew slightly), are busy pre-
paring all of the details for a reunion of the Class of
1970.

“We'll be having dinner at the new Ramada Inn cur-
rently being built on Route 9,” Nancy said. “We were
going to have dinner at The Castle, which used tobe
Winkelmans, but it went out of business.”

[Peter's Principle

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BB News-Gazette Staff Writer

Neither The Castle, nor Winkelmans nor the new
Ramada Inn mean much to me. I was frankly amazed
that Naricy’s reunion group even got hold of me. I only
went to Toms River High School South for my senior!
year-and never kept contact with anyone after saving
New Jersey 18 years ago.

“Actually a lot of the class has moved to Florida,”
Nancy said. .

. She rattled off several names.

“Do you remember Gary Ackerman? He is in Palm
~ Beach now,” she said. A bunch of other names that

didn’t register any memories were added to the con-
fused mush of what was once my brain.

Did she say Jasmine Ferrara is in Vero Beach? And
Joseph Amarbile is in Palm Coast? Who are these peo-
ple and why have they all moved to Florida?

“I was talking with Claudia (some Iwalian last name I
didn’t write down) the other day,” Nancy continued.
“And she said Ray (somebody-or-other) is so full of
gray hair now that he could pass for Santa Claus.”

(Yeah, that is good ‘news, I thought to myself, ever
mindful of the family of gray hairs taking residence on
top of my head.

Nancy said the class committee is preparing quite an
extravagant Thanksgiving weekend for the reunion. In
addition to the Class of 1970 reunion dinner, the class
will also host a Friday night cocktail party for members
of the classes of 1969, 1968 and 1967.

“We're expecting about 400 to 500 people to attend,”

she said.

Nancy, who lives in the nearby town of Lakewood
and operates a floral warehouse with her husband, said a

lot has changed in Toms River since I left just prior to’
‘my deformitive years.

Toms River South, which had already been joined by
Toms River High School North, now also includes

Chere Photo/Beth ey ree
Sandy Worth's husband, daughter and son-in-law are active volun-
teers in the fire department.

Toms River East. One more direction and the school *

board will have to start naming high schools after fam-
ous Jerseyans. (Dean Martin High? Jerry Lewis High?
Abbott and Costello High? Ozzie and Harriet High?)

Nancy is actually making this whole reunion affair
sound like a good deal. Funds for music, prizes, meals

for teachers ‘etc. are all being raised by the reunion.

committee.

And, she stressed, there will be a lot of single and :

very available women in attendance.

But they will all be very old, I thought to myself.’

Just like Nancy Leta Gertner.
And me.

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Nothing stopped the successful ceremonies sche-
duled for the opening day of the new BVL library — not
even the heavy rainfall which greeted us Saturday
morning. At first, only the staunchest believers showed
up and the outlook was dismal — but prayers must have
been heard and a small picce of blue sky appeared. And,
like the pilot waiting fora hole in the sky in order to
take off, it was “Let’s go.” And off it all went. People
started to arrive — over 4,000 of them.

After the introduction by Commission Chairman
Charles Owen, the welcome by County Commissioner
Larry Whaley and the invocation by the Rev. Dr.
Rafael Cotto, there was the flag raising ceremony by the
Boy Scouts and the Girl Scouts of BVL and the national
anthem by the Parkway Middle School band under the
direction of Richard Steirer. The featured guest speaker
was County Commissioner Jim Swan, who, over the
years, has been a strong advocate for the improvement
of library facilities in Osceola County. He introduced
many of the dignitaries in the audience and then gave a
short history of how it all came about, starting in the late
1970s. He particularly stressed the importance of the
first steps taken by BVL resident Mavis Roach in
approaching the late Archie Gordon to start the ball roll-
ing. And Gordon certainly knew how to make a ball
roll. It rolled and more pcople became involved and,
after many years, it all came together. He congratulated
the BVL Friends of the Library which was formed last
year as the volunteer group to help the new library in
any way it was needed. He commended them for “giv-
ing tirelessly of their time and efforts to promote,
encourage and assist in getting this library built and
stocked with materials that will provide for. millions of
hours of pleasure to everyone in Osceola County. While
stopping in at the library during this past month, he saw
Jean Eastburn, Dolly Harvey, Ida Cotto, Pat Rutherford
and Rita Arthur stacking shelves, alphabetizing cards,
stamping pads, emptying cartons of books and pushing
carts.

The tour of the building had mapy visitors remarking
about the size, the wide aisles providing easy accessibil-
ity to the shelves, the light and airy appearance of it all
and, of course, the children’s section. That section had
Mickey and Minnie hugging and kissing children, sto-
rics read by Pluto, Goofy, Chip and Dale, while Snow
White held court outside in one of the tents. Eight thou-
sand book bags were given to the children.

There were eight small tents and one large one set up
on the grounds for the distribution of food and drinks.
Almost 5,000 franks were consumed, 10,000 cookies,
untold numbers of ice cream pops, and gallons of coke
and coffee. Over 5,000 books were checked out by
those who signed up for library cards, and those who

already had them. ai

And — for a day that started out on a despairing note,
it all tuned out just fine. Hester O'Leary, Jim Swan and
the library staff desepve the credit for preparations they
made and the time and effort involved.

The first children’s story time for toddlers will be at
10 a.m. and at 11 a.m. for pre-schoolers April 17.

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The new Leisure Park is looking for leagues to use its
courts. The shuffleboard and bocci courts are open for
residents to use and anyone interested in joining a
league should contact Judy at the Community Center.
Schedules will be set up for the convenience of the play-
ers and thege is no charge for the courts or the necessary
equipment. Eight players are needed to form a league.

Page B2, NEWS-GAZETTE, Thursday, April 5, 1990

Library’s grand opening attracts large crowd

Around BVL

By Bea Perricone

This is a wonderful way to while away the hours and
have fun while the juices of competition start flowing.
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The monthly flea market will be held at the Commun-
ity Center April 28. Early registration is advised so call
Judy at 348-7551 to make arrangements. The charges
for showing merchandize will be $3 plus tax if a person-
al table is provided, and $4 plus tax if the center pro-
vides a table.

000

When an organization has a consistently large atten-
dance, it must be doing something right. Whatever the
BVL chapter of AARP is doing, the interest of the mem-
bers is kept at a high level. The reasons may be varied.
Perhaps their afternoon meeting time is more conve-
nient than an evening meeting; perhaps it is the feeling
of conviviality; perhaps the programs prepared by vice
president Reidy Williams are interesting; perhaps the
different trips they have planned are to their liking. Per-
haps all of the above make a good salad — a little of this
and a little of that, plus the proper seasoning, and it
proves palatable to everyone. Whatever it is, it does
work. How can one argue with success? The old axiom
is “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”

As the guest speaker at the last meeting, Sheriff Jon
Lane gave an interesting resume of accomplishments
and changes made since he was elected to office in
November 1988. He gave an account of the number of
arrests made and how some of those who are in jail and
considered minimal risks are put 10 work performing
county jobs, thus saving the county money. Concerning
drug dealings and arrests, a new hot line has been estab-
lished. Dialing 348-1111 will get an immediate
response because it means something is happening

NOW. He praised the BVL Neighborhood Crime
Watch for the help given to the deputies in the sheriff’s
department.

His presentation had an appealing effect — and even
more so to the members of AARP who can see his
youthful persona as a thirtysomething son who can still
blush. Sorry, Jon, I just couldn’t resist.

Reservations were accepted at the meeting for the trip
scheduled for April 11. The price of $34 covers the cost
of a three hour cruise on the Romance steamboating on
the St. John’s River, luncheon on board, tax, tip and
round-trip transportation. There is still time to call
Helene Sweaney at 348-6586 or Howard Crisp at
348-5279 to make reservations.

The next meeting of the AARP will be April 18 at 1
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ommunity Events

Pack 826 awards

Members of Boy Scout Pack 826 recently received
awards. Receiving awards in Den 1 were Brian Wright,
bear, gold and silver arrows; Michael O’Ryan, bear, a
gold and three silver arrows; Darius McCrimon, bear
and basketball belt loop; and Anthony Camp, bear, a
gold and a silver arrow.

In Den 2, recipients were Brandon Pitt, bear and a
gold arrow; Adam Spafford, Troy Kieser, Richard Kies-
er, Jesse Hart and Adrian Hart all received a silver
arrow to bear; Jesse and Adrian Hart qualified for the
world conservation award.

Dominick Zanti of Den 3 received a baseball belt
loop and pin.

In Den 4, Eddie Bosze, Michael Nichols and Chris
Sheets each received a silver arrow to wolf.

Jacob Olvera, Den 5, earned the wolf badge.

Webelos receiving’ awards were Danny Russell: fit-
ness, readyman, handyman, artist, and craftsman; Kevin
Huckaby: forester communicator, naturalist and com-

pass point; Dale Lewis: outdoorsman; Chris Wetting-

feld: sports belt loops for badminton, golf, marbles,
baseball, basketball, ultimate and volleyball; and Chris
Neuhaus, craftsman.
Den 1 had 100 percent parent attendance.
: The scout show will be held from 9 a.m. 10 4 p.m.
May 5 at Water Mania. There will be free admission for
all Osceola residents.

St. Cloud Shuffleboard

Results of St. Cloud Shuffleboard for the week of
March 16 are as follows. Winners of Apps pizza were
Jack Langell and Rita Massicotte. Shufflebowl winners
of Sea Queen dinners were Tennyson Lyon and Serene
Gamache. Spinoff ice cream winners were Wilma Bick-
ford and Marc Pruneau. ;

Winners of the final tournament of the season were
Melvin Jenkins and George Hopkins, first; Paul Seaman
and Ella Rajotte, second; Delia Kilborn and I. Bud
Clark, third; Jenny Dienema and Medrick Dubois,
fourth. Consolation roound winners were Paul Jones
and Frank Bartol, first; Vic Machinski and Joe Coty,
second; Leonard Lane and Kingsley Dagg, third; and
Norman Grimshaw and Georgette Dubois, fourth.

Awards were presented to the players who accumu-
lated the most points throughout the season; Monique
Lemyre won the women’s award and Melvin Jenkins
the men’s award.

Tournament first place winners of the past season
were Melvin Jenkins, Luna Jenkins, Bill Smith, Paul
Seamen, Louis Massicotte, Vic Machinski, Norman
Grimshaw, George Connor, I. Bud Clark, Georgette
Dubois, Joe Lemyre, Delia Kilborne, Paul Jones, Velma
Kindel and George Hopkins.

Card party winners for the week were, contract
bridge: Martha Hamilton, Lois Davis and Lactea
Brown; euchre: Norman Grimshaw, June Borden and
Joe Borden; duplicate bridge: Jim Davis and Bud Clark,
Martha Hamilton and Marie Steinhoff, Arthur and Delia
Kilborn, and Stan and Olga Clark; 500: Joe Lemyre,
Winnie Bork and Bob Atkins; pinochle: Winnie Bork,
Norman Grimshaw and Eula Sapounas; cribbage: Lois
Lane, Mary Atkins and Christine Rowden; whist: Marc
Pruneau, Myrtle Durgis, Yvette Toupin and Phyllis
Bennett.

Easter services

St. Francis Anglican Catholic Church, 4903 Neptune
Road, St. Cloud will hold a worship service at 9:30 a.m.
Sunday, April 8, a Mass and special meditation at 7 p.m.
April 11, a three-hour devotion with Bishopl William
Lewis beginning at noon April 13 and a worship service
at 9:30 a.m. April 15.

Women’s Council of Realtors

The Women’s Council of Realtors invite all realtors
to join its monthly luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Friday, April
13, at the Bonanza Restaurant. The guest speaker will
be Diane Routhier of Citizens Against Crime.

Teen Age Republicans

The Teen Age Republicans of Osceola County will
meet at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, April 8, at 1502 N. Main St.,
Kissimmee. All youth between 13 and 19 are welcome
to attend. For more information, call 847-8103.

Holopaw FD benefits

The Holopaw Volunteer Fire Department will hold a
rummage sale beginning at 8:30 a.m April 7 between
the 441 Truck Stop and the Ideal Store on Route 192 in
Holopaw.

They will hold a bake sale and car wash starting at 8
a.m. April 14 at the Public Bank.

Cloggers car wash

The Pony Express Cloggers will hold a car wash from
9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 7, at Hardee's on West
Vine Street, Kissimmee. The proceeds will go toward
the cloggers’ expenses of traveling to a North Carolina
festival in 1991. Cars will Ibe washed for a donation.

BVL Sing-along & dance

The Buenaventura Lakes Country Club will sponsor
a free sing-along and dance from 8 p.m. to midnight
Friday, April 6. Carmen Biazzo will entertain on the
organ. For more information, call the country club at
348-2395.

¢ TMJ support group

The TMJ support group will hold its first meeting
from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday, April 17, at the office of
Dr. Kevin Yates, 806 N. Main St., Kissimmee. Those
interested in meeting with the Winter Park TMJ leader
for unch are asked to call Elaine Jablon at 847-8816.

-. Retired teachers

ThoRied Teachers of Osceola County will meet at
noon: \ , April 13, at the Holiday Inn, 2145 E. Irlo
ron ighv Fons soya a retired Osceola

Grand opening

A grand opening ceremony for the BVL
Library was held Saturday. The 12,000 square-
foot building initially will have 25,000 books.

News-Gazette Photo/Scott Fisher

The library is located at Bridle Court and BVL
Boulevard.

Band boosters meet

The Gateway Band Boosters will meet at 7:30 p.m.
Monday, April 9 in the band room.

Anniversary celebration

A celebration to commemorate the second anniver-
sary of pastor John A. Evans ministering to the congre-
gation of St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church will be
held in the next week.

A night of praising the Lord will be held at 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, April 7, conducted by Harold C. Stallworth.

Pastor Bell Smith of the Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church,
Akron, Ohio, will deliver the anniversary message at
10:45 a.m. Sunday, April 8. Dinner will be served later
in the day.

Women’s retreat

Cornerstone Baptist Church will sponsor a spring
break-a-way ladies retreat from 5 p.m. Friday, April 27,
to noon Saturday, April 28, at Daytona Beach. The total
cost of $50 includes meals and lodging. The deadline
for registration is April 15. For more information, call
892-3300 or 957-5339.

Ham and turkey buffet

The Church of God, 501 Dakota Ave., St. Cloud, will
hold a ham and turkey buffet supper from 5:30 p.m. to 7
p.m. Saturday, April 7. Donation for adults is $5 and for
children under 12 it is $2.50.

Parents Night Out

The Osceola YMCA will offer a Parents Night Out
for children 3 to 12 years from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. April
6. Movies and pizza will be available for the children
attending. The cost is $5 for Y members and $7 for non-
members, plus $1.25 for pizza.

Thrift-ee shop sale

The Thrift-ee Center Shoppe, comer of 11th Street
and New York Avenue, St. Cloud, will hold a half price
sale on men’s suits, jackets, knit shirts, dress shirts and
ties. The sale will run through April 14.

Co-ed volleyball

The Osceola County YMCA will begin its spring
adult co-ed volleyball league at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday,
April 10.

The league will meet each Tuesday for eight weeks.
The fee is $80 for each team. Registration and fees must
be paid by April 9. Call Gail Eichhorn at the Osceola Y
for more information.

Gospel songfest

The gospel songfest usually held the first Saturday
evening of the month has been changed to Sunday,
April 8, at 2:30 p.m. The free program will be held in
the Community House on Monument Avenue in Kis-
simmee. It is sponsored by the parks and recreation
department and the public is invited. Coffee and
refreshments will be served.

For more information, call Finis and Christi Oakley
at 847-7234 or the recreation hotline at 847-2821,
extension 5200.

County band festival

Bands of Osceola County will perform from 4 p.m. to
8 p.m. April 6 in the district 10 Florida Bandmaster
Association Concert Festival at Gateway High School.
Each“band will perform three pieces for three judges
and will receive ratings based upon its level of perfor-
mance. The festival is free and open to the public.

Humana seniors activity

The Humana seniors have planned a trip to the Show-
boat Dinner Theatre in Clearwater April 11 to see the

lay “Love, Sex and the LR.S.” The price i fi in
play 2 © is $34 dr celebrated its 10th anniversary. The group meets at 10

members and $37 for non-members and includes trans-
porthtion, buffet, show, tax and tip. For more informa-
tion on any association activity, call 933-3641.

Easter program

The First Christian Church, 415 N. Main St., Kissim-
mee, will present its annual Easter program at 7 p.m.
Friday, April 6, ahd at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, April 8. The
music and drama presentation involves about 80 mem-
bers and is free 10 the public. For more information, call
Tony Cason at 847-2543.

Dog obedience classes

The Osceola Canine Training Association will hold
registration for a new training session at 7:15 p.m. Wed-
nesday, April 25, at the Senior Center, 1099 Shady
Lane. A basic, advance basic and a novice class will be
offered. For more information, call Lesley at 933-6470
or Dianna at 847-3245.

BVL Firehouse bingo

The Kissimmee Heights Volunteer Fire Department
holds bingo games each Friday at 403 Buenaventura
Blvd. Early bird games begin at 6:30 p.m. and regular
games at 7 p.m. Three jackpots and free coffee. New
hard cards with chips or window cards.

Lake Toho AARP trips

Lake Toho Chapter No. 4125 of AARP has been
offered the following trips.

A Cypress Gardens trip is scheduled for Thursday,
April 19. Transportation and admission to the park are
included in the price of $26 for members and $27 for
non-members.

A day in Mt. Dora is scheduled for Thursday, May
17, and includes transportation, a guided bus tour of Mt.
Dora, lunch at the Lakeside Inn and a boat cruise on
Lake Dora. The cost is $32 for members and $33 for
non-members.

A 14-day trip to Alaska will begin June 27. It will be
a four-day cruise; an optional three-day tour of Van-
couver and Victoria will be offeréd.

A matinee performance of Oliveris planned for Wed-
nesday, Aug. 1, at the Mark II Diner Theater. Cost is
$28.50 for members and $29.50 for non-members.

For reservations or more information, call Greydon
Meyers at 892-8929; Elsie Rice at 847-6363; or Doris
Malone at 957-7985.

Resource center opening

The Master’s Learning and Resource Center, 4515 B
Neptune Road, St. Cloud, has one opening for an
elementary student. For more information, call Mae
Depew at 957-5665.

CPR recertification

Kissimmee Memorial Hospital offers CPR recertifi-
cation courses the third Tuesday of every month at the
hospital. On even months a review session is offered at
1 p.m. followed by CPR recertification courses at 2 p.m.
and 3:30 p.m.; on odd months recertification courses are
at 7:30 a.m.

The charge is $5 per person; space is limited. Books
are available for study and review upon request. For
more information or to register for a course, call
933-6636.

BVL AARP news

The BVL AARP Chapter No. 4259 board meeting
will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday, April 5 at the BVL
Community Center.

The following trips have been offered to the chapter.
Non-members will pay $1 over cost.

Sunday, June 17, a twilight matinee at Mark Two
Dinner Theater for $28; includes buffet dinner, tax and
tip, roundtrip transportation and the performance of
Singin’ in the Rain.

For more information and reservations, call Helene

_Sweaney at 348-6586 or Howard Crisp at 348-5279.

* Osceola H.S. reunion

The Osceola High School class of 1970 will hold
their 20 year reunion July 7. Help is still needed to
locate classmates. Call Donna Davis Miller at
1933-4217, Vianne Kelley Smith at 846-8960 or Belinda
\Conner Harford at 396-6966.

TOPS

TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensiblyf No. 379 recently

‘a.m. each Tuesday at the First Christian Church, 415 N.

- [Main St,, Kissimmee. Visitors are always welcome.

Bingo at Senior Center

The Osceola County Council on Aging sponsors
bingo every Thursday at the Senior Center, 1099 Shady
Lane. Warmup games start at 6:30 p.m. and regular
games at 7 p.m. There are three jackpots and over
$1,000 given out in prizes nightly. For more informa-
tion, call the Osceola County Cébucil on Aging at
846-8532.

“mation, call 847-3147, extension 297 or 259.

USDA food distribution

The American Red Cross will distribute USDA food
to Kissimmee-St. Cloud residents from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Friday, April 13, at the Agricultural Center on Irlo
Bronson Highway. Food will be distributed to residents
of Good Samaritan Village at Quad QQ 2 from 10 a.m.

“to noon Thursday, April 12. Questions regarding eligi-..

bility can be answered at the American Red Cross office
at 847-2780.

Parkinsonian Society

The Parkinsonian Society of Greater Orlando will
meet from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 21, at the,
First United Church of Christ, 4605 Curry Ford Road,
Orlando. The program will be an open discussion
among members and care givers concerning problems,’
medications, etc. Each person attending is asked to wear
a name tag. For more information, call Lucille Snyder at
277-7457.

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Grandmothers club

The Kissimmee Grandmothers Club, Charter No..
852, will meet at 1 p.m. Tuesday, April 17, at the Com-
munity Building on Monument Avenue, Kissimmee.

The meeting will be open to members only due to.
election of officers. All members are asked to come pre--
pared for a bakeless bake sale. For more information,
call Mary Baxter, president, at 348-7455. :

Indoor flea market

The BVL Community Center will hold an air condi-

tioned flea market from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday,
April 28. The cost to rent a table is $4.24; a space is’
$3.18 and you provide your own table. Tables are on a

first come, first served basis. Advance reservations

must be made at the Community Center. You need not .
be a resident of Buenaventura Lakes to participate.

BVL spring cleanup

There will be a spring cleanup of household items by
Industrial Waste Service April 19 for the residents of
Buenaventura Lakes. All large items such as furniture,
washers, dryers and refrigerators should be placed at the’
curb for pickup the night before. Refrigerator doors
must be taken off.

No batteries, tires, paint cans, toxic or construction
materials will be picked up.

NY/NJ Club

. The New York-New Jersey Club will hold its final
meeting of the season at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 10,
at the Senilor Citizens building, 700 Indiana Ave., St.
Cloud. Entertainment is planned.

American Legion

American Legion Post No. 80, 1019 Pennsylvania
Ave., St. Cloud, will hold a birthday dinner and dance
Saturday, April 7. Music will be provided by the Jim
and Charlie Cook band. They will also play Saturday,
April 21.

Kissimmee Garden Club

KThe Kissimmee Garden Club will meet at 9:30 a.m.
Tuesday, April 17, in the Senior Citizens Center, 1099
Shady Lane. A staff member of the Kissimmee Florist
will present a program on flower arranging.

Dues for the 1990-1991 session are payable now.

Home health aide class

Osceola County Vocational, Adult and Community
Education will offer a home health aide class starting .
April 24. The 42-hour course will be held Tuesdays and
Thursdays from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. For more infor-

National Dance Week

Leggz Dance Academy will celebrate National
Dance Week with an Echappe-A-Thon fund raiser from
1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 28. All money raised
will go toward sending dance students to the Tremaine
Dance Convention. For more information, call
870-5221.

Red Cross classes

The American Red Cross will conduct the following
classes in the training room at 110 W. Drury Ave. dur-
ing April, May and June:

April 7, Standard First Aid, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

April 21, Community CPR, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

April 24 and 25, Standard First Aid, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

May 12, Standard First Aid, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

May 14 and 16, Community CPR, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

May 26, Standard First Aid, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

June 5, Introduction to Red Cross Disaster Services,
7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

June 9, Standard First Aid, 8:30 am. to 5 p.m.

June 19, Introduction to Disaster Services, Action
Team Training, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

June 23, Standard First Aid, 8:30 am. to 5 p.m.

Reservations for the classes can be made by calling
847-2780 or by going by the office.

Music groups

The Silver Clouds Orchestra has finished its regular
season. Rehearsal will start again in October at the St.
Cloud Senior ICenter.

Starting in June a youth string group will meet from 9
a.m. to 11 a.m. Thursdays. A guitar ensemble will meet
from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Fridays;. For more information,
call Francis DiVirgilio, director, at 847-4366.

Community Seder

The Congregation Shalom Aleichem wilt hold a com-
munity Seder April 10, the Second night of Passover.
Rabbi Maurice Davis will officiate. ;

It is a Reformed Congregation and will be usin
new Reform Haggadah. There will be a si -dowr y
and it will be by reservation only. For more formation |
and reservations, call Carol Lowenstein 302, |
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Community events
AIDS contributions sought

Fight for Life Support Group, Osceola County AIDS
* support group, is seeking contributions from the public
+ 10 help the organization meet its expense of maintaining
the 24-hour AIDS hotline, providing emergency shelter
and food to those afflicted with AIDS, transportation to
and from medical facilities and counseling. Tax deduc-
tible contributions can be made to: Fight for Life Sup-
port Group, Inc., PO Box 43, Kissimmee, Fla., 34741.
The group is also seeking volunteers. For more informa-

. tion, call 846-0456.

DAV meetings

Monthly meetings of Osceola Chapter No. 137, Dis-
“abled American Veterans, are held the second Wednes-
. day of each month at the chapter home, 21 E. Keen St.,
. Kissimmee, at 7:30 p.m. All members are urged to
'. attend; visiting members are welcome.

Golf gift certificates

The American Lung Association has gift certificates

.. available for its 1990 golf privilege card, waiving green

* fees at 25 Central Florida courses and over 200 courses

around the state. Cards are $25. For more information,
“call 898-3401 or 1-800-624-8735.

Osceola Stamp Club

The Osceola Stamp Club, sponsored by the Lake
Toho Chapter of the AARP, meets the first Wednesday
of the month at 1:30 p.m. at the Senior Citizens Center
on Shady Lane. Visitors and prospective members are
welcome. For more information, call Neil Koshnick at
933-7056 or Frances Purcell at 933-5441.

Golf cards

The American Cancer Society, East Osceola Unit, St.

- Cloud, is selling golf cards that allow golfers to play on

2 courses around Central Florida from May to Octob-

er. For more information, call 892-7401 from 9 a.m. to
noon.

Volunteers wanted

Volunteers in different areas are needed at the Senior
Center, 1099 Shady Lane, Kissimmee.

Two four-hour shifts of hostesses are needed Monday
through Friday, with one shift lasting from 8 a.m. to
12:15 p.m. and the other from 12:15 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

. Duties consist of greeting visitors and taking them on
. tours through the center and assisting with class
: registration. For more information, call Bobbie Smith at
348-8260. An energetic person who enjoys working
with people is needed to volunteer as an assistant to
director Nancy Perkins. For more information on any
. volunteer positions, call the center at 846-8532.

Humana Seniors news

The Humana Seniors Association has scheduled the
following activity.
+. A trip to New Orleans by motor coach is planned for
+. May 14 through May 19. The price is $439 for members
and $445 for non-members based on two people sharing
a room.
For more information on any of the Humana Senior
programs, call the office at 933-3635.

Club cookbooks

* The St. Cloud Junior Woman’s Club, a member of
the Florida Federation of Women’s Clubs and the Gen-
eral Federation of Women’s Clubs International, is sell-

ing a cookbook that is comprised of recipes from the

.organization’s members from around the world. The

scost is $13.50 and is available at Aunt Chrissy’s Coun-

‘try Crafts, 1032 New York Avenue, St. Cloud.

«The St. Cloud Juniors meet the second Monday of the

-month at 7 p.m. in the clubhouse, 1014 Massachusetts
Avenue.

For further information, contact Mary Lynn Bland-

‘ford at 892-6916.

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PCB testing for employees

The city of St. Cloud has implemented a voluntary
medical testing program for any employee who might
have handled polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB). This is a
precautionary measure taken to ensure that all employ-
ees test within safe levels of PCB. For more informa-
tion, call the electric utilities director at 892-2161.

3 Saints Thrift Shop

The Three Saints Thrift Shop, operated by the ladies
of St. Luke and St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, is open on
Thursdays and Fridays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Satur-
days from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The shop is located at 10th
Street and New York Avenue.

Recoveries Anonymous

Recoveries Anonymous will present a series of work-
shops in the Kissimmee area that help people recover
from self-destructive behavior such as alcohol addic-
tion, drug addiction, emotional extremes, smoking,
compulsive overeating, compulsive gambling, compul-
sive spending and compulsive sexual behavior. For
more information, call 348-5420.

Drivers needed

The American Cancer Society, West Osceola unit,
Kissimmee, is organizing a volunteer group to provide
transportation for cancer patients to the treatment loca-
tions in Kissimmee. Both male and female drivers are
welcome. To sign up and for more information, call Pat
Shaughnessy at 846-3799.

Diabetes group

Kissimmee Memorial Hospital sponsors a monthly
support group for diabetic patients and their families the
last Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p.m.

For information on the group, call Beth Duchaine at
933-6636.

Boy Scout Troop

A new Boy Scout Troop has been organized in St.
Cloud. Troop No. 9 is sponsored by Grace Lutheran
Church, 1123 Louisiana Avenue, St. Cloud. The meet-
ings are at the church Thursdays from 7 to 8:30 p.m.

For more information, contact Mike Smith, Scout-
master, at 957-1888.

Sparrow’s Nest hours

Hours of the Sparrow’s Nest, the thrift shop spon-
sored by the First United Methodist Church, are Friday
and Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to noon. The Sparrow’s
Nest is located at 1025 10th St. in St. Cloud.

St. Cloud volleyball

Sunday night volleyball is a program designed for
those who enjoy, getting together and having fun play-
ing informal volleyball. Teams are decided each night
and it is open to men and women. It is held every Sun-
day from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. ai the St. Cloud Civic Center
gymnasium. The fee is $1 per person per night. For
more information, call the St. Cloud Parks and Recrea-
tion Department at 957-7276 or just drop by Sunday
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Kiss-a-Me Squares

The Kiss-a-Me Squares Dance Club, sponsored by
the Kissimmee Parks and Recreation Department, will
start free “learn to square dance” classes at the Com-
munity House on Monument Avenue, Kissimmee. Clas-
ses will be held every Wednesday from 8:30 p.m. to 10
p.m. beginning May 2. Classes are for adult couples
only. Whit Brown is caller/instructor. A plus workshop
will be held from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p..m. at a fee of $3.50
per couple. For more information or to sign up, call
847-0661 or 348-4416.

The Kiss-a-Me Squares Dance Club has square danc-
ing each second and fourth Saturday of the month from
8 p.m. to 10:30 p.m., with early rounds at 7:30 p.m., at
the Community House on Monument Avenue,
Kissimmee.

Whit Brown is the caller, and Velma Burtner the cuer.
Any club or organization that would like the Kiss-a-Me

Squares Dance Club to put on a demonstration, call
847-0661 or 348-4416.

St. Cloud VFW schedule

VFW Ladies Auxiliary No. 3227 of St. Cloud serves
breakfast every Saturday from 7:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. at
the Post, 915 New York Avenue, St. Cloud. Breakfast is
$2.50 per person and is open to the public.

Each Saturday beginning at 8 p.m. there is live music
for members and their guests only. Wives and former
wives of members meet at the Post the second Thursday
of the month at 7:30 p.m. and the VFW members meet
the first and third Thursday of the month.

For more information, call 892-6761 or 892-5614.

Parents’ morning out

St. Cloud Parks and Recreation holds Mom's or
Dad’s Morning Out each Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Provide your child’s lunch and the department will pro-
vide singing, playing, making things, movies and more.

Children must be from 2 to 5 years of age and toilet
trained. Enrollment is limited, so reserve a spot by call-
ing two days ahead. The fee is $6. For more informa-
tion, call 957-7276.

Library story hours

Story times for children ages 2 through 5 are avail-
able at the Osceola County Libraries in Kissimmee, St.
Cloud and Poinciana. Story and activity hour will be
held each Monday from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. for 2 and 3
year olds, and from 11 a.m. to noon for 4 and 5 year
olds. Registration is required. For more information,
call 847-5829 in Kissimmee, 892-3954 in St. Cloud or
933-2008 in Poinciana.

Cub scouts wanted

Cub Scout Pack 95 is looking for new members.

- Boys between the ages of 7 and 10, in grades one

through five, living in the BVL area and attending either
Boggy Creek or Ventura Elementary School are eligible
for the pack. For more information, call Beverly Waller
at 348-6335.

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March 1
Ronald Dunlap and Cathy
Clark, Kissimmee, daugh-
ter, Ashley Brett.

March 9
Glenn Harold and Carleen
Ann Cartwright, Kissim-

mee, daughter, Jennifer

Lee; Henry L. and Barbara
S. Greve, Kissimmee, son,
Jesse Andrew; Wade and
Bonnie Tolliver, St. Cloud,
son, Wade Grant Tolliver
Jr.

March 10
Edward Crawford III and
Donna Crawford, Kissim-
mee, daughter, Jessica
Lynn; Barney and Roberta
Tydings, Kissimmee,
daughter, Brittany Leigh;
Raymond and Iris N.

Castro, Kissimmee, son?

Jacob Brian.

March 11
Robert A. and Piper L.
Uksas, Kissimmee, son,
William John; Juan M.
Hernandez and Marlen
Ramos, Kissimmee, son,
Joey Hernandez.

March 12 .
Pat and Paula Murphy,

Community events

Kissimmee, son, Justin
Anthony; Lonny Scott and
Tammie Jo Hempstead,
Kissimmee, son, Chad
Scott; Philip Louis and
Lisa Maric Carra, Kissim-
mee, son, Nickolas Philip;
James and Joanie Glover,
Kissimmee, daughter,
Ashley Collette.

March 13
Howard and Marie C.
Wiesner, Kissimmee, son,
Howard I. Wiesner Jr.;
Richard J, and Kimberly
A. Calogero, Orlando,
daughter, Kaleigh Ann;
Mona Renee Patterson,
Kissimmee, daughter,
Megan Renate; Michael
Philip and Nancy Theodo-
cia Dunham, Apopka,
daughter, Katie Scarlett;
Peter Allen Hart and No-
elle Levon Sheffield, Kiss-
immee, daughter, Candice
Evelyn Dorothy Hart;
Brett Alan Leffew and
Janette Sylvia Justesen,
Kissimmee, son, Brett
Alan Leffew Jr.; Chris Ann
Vaughan, Kissimmee, son,
Jenmine Michael.

March 14
Michael and Tammi Kos-
tu, St. Cloud, daughter,
Kourtni Blayne; Paul J.
and Debra E. Hirn, Kissim-
mee, daughter, Morgan
Janice; Robert and Teresa
Clark, Kissimmee, daugh-
ter, Aprill Louise; Sean P.
Anderson and Candice D.
Cornatzer, Kissimmee,
son, Zachary James Ander-
son; Wade Boroughs and
Kelly Harden, Kissimmee,
daughter, Hannah Brooke
Boroughs; Benny and Vil-
ma Guzman, Kissimmee,
son Carlos Augusto.

March 15

Joe and Sarah J. Gonzalez,
St. Cloud, son, Christopher
Michael; Cephus E. and
Arlene L. Penn, Kissim-
mee, son, Kemoi Ji Tu
Tamcl; Hasim and Cristina
Fici, Kissimmee, daughter,
Amanda; Raymond E. and
Linda L. Woulfe, Kissim-
mee, son, Aaron Tyler.

March 16
Keith W. Lawhorn Jr. and
Cynthia M. Mayes, Kiss-
immee, daughter, Andrea
Justine Lawhorn; Gerard

and Tina Danet, Kissim-
mee, daughter, Alaina
Nicole.

March 20
Neftali Rivera and Nitza E.
Melendez, Kissimmee,
son, Joshua Jaret Rivera
Melendez; Michael A. and
Theresa A. McDonald,
Kissimmee, son, Kyle

Andrew; Richard Allan

and Sharon Lisa Tedder,
Orlando, son, Jace Keaton;
Ronald and Betty Gourm,
St. Cloud, daughter, Trisha
Ann; Steve and Lucilla
Kennicott, St. Cloud,
daughter, Krystal Lea.

March 21
George and Mary Cleven-
ger, Kissimmee, daughter,
Ashley Elaine; Neil and
Cathy Arther, Kissimmee,
daughter, Julie Blair.

March 22
M.T. and Diane Raterman,
St. Cloud, son, Max

Donald; Bert and Thamara
DeGooyer, Kissimmee,
son, Dustin Stuart Maur-
ice; Jose Alexis and Bren-
da Iris Santos, Kissimmee,
son, Alexis Jose.

WAVES National yard sale

A large yard sale to benefit the future Museum for
Navy Women will be held Saturday, April 7, beginning
at 7 a.m. at 2980 Boggy Creek Road, Kissimmee. The
museum will be built at the Naval Training Center in
Orlando.

To donate items: to the sale, call 348-0164. In the
event of rain, the yard sale will be cancelled.

Scottish Rite Club

The Osceola Scottish Rite Club will meet at 7 p.m. .

April 6 at Orange Blossom Lodge No. 80, 321 E. Dakin
Ave., Kissimmee.

Peter Cottontail bazaar

The 9th annual Peter Cottontail Easter bazaar will be
held from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday, April 7, at the

Community Center at Good Samaritan Village. Peter
Cottontail will be there. All types of handcrafted items
will be available plus baked goods. The public is
invited.

All-States Grange to meet

The St. Cloud All-States Grange will hold its last
meeting of the season at 12:30 p.m. Friday, April 6, at
the St. Cloud Senior Center, 700 Indiana Ave. Eac!
son attending is asked to bring a dish to pass and a place
setting. The beverage will be furnished. The Toe-Hoe:
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will be an hour break for lunch.

The physical changes that take place as people grow
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local traffic hazards. It is n€cessary to attend both days
to obtain a certificate that will enable drivers with a
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A fee of $7 is payable in advance and pre-registration
is requested. For more information and to register, call
Thelma Billings at 892-2570 or Catherine Haskett at
348-5200.

Hair cut-a-thon

Hair Studio 2000, 820 N. Main St., Kissimmee, will
hold a one-day hair cut-a-thon to benefit the Arthritis
Foundation Sunday, April 8, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. All
haircuts ‘will cost $4.

The money raised will be used to open a free warm
water exercise program this summer for people in
Osceola County who suffer from arthritis. For more
information, call 870-CUTS or the Arthritis Foundation
at 647-0045.

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Free pickup service offered for April cleanup

Spring is here and April will be “clean-up” month in
Poinciana! Residents of the community will be afforded
the opportunity to triin back those dead tree limbs as
well as dead fronds from their palm trees that were
destroyed during the past Christmas freeze. Other
damaged bushes and plants may also be disposed of at
RO cost to residents.

The Public Works Department of Poinciana will offer
this free pickup service to all residents. They do advise
that large tree limbs must be cut to manageable size and
all freeze debris may be left by the side of your drive-
way — not in the road! Pick up will be made only to
those homes who call Shirley at the Public Works
Department at 427-0082 and leave their names and
dddresses.

. This pickup service will continue during the entire
month of April and work crews will pick up as many
days each week as is necessary to get the job done,
according to Tony DePalma, assistant manager of the
Association of Poinciana Villages Inc.
* Let’s have 100 percent participation in this yearly
program!
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Are there any musicians out there who would like to
play both English and Spanish hymns for one hour each
Sunday to an appreciative group of people? Your ser-
vices would be needed from 5 to 6 p.m. every Sunday
for the Catholic Mass that is held in the Community
‘Center. A piano is available for use but other musicians
would be required to bring their own instruments. Any-
one interested in assisting the fledgling Mission
Church, please call Mary Grieb at 933-5478. She would
love to hear from you!

000
« Word has been received that Paula Darlington grate-
‘fully acknowledges and sincerely thanks all her won-
derful friends and neighbors in Poinciana for the many
condolence cards and contributions that were sent to the
St. Ignatius Roman Catholic Church of Palm Beach
Gardens in memory of her husband, Frank.

gon

The Kissimmee Parks and Recreation Department
held a Junior Artist Workshop and many pieces of art
work done by the students have been on display at City
Hall and admired by all who have seen the wonderful
‘work done by these young people. I would like to offer
‘our congratulations to all the young people and in parti-
cular to Jessica Centella. Keep up the great work!

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Payne of Del Ray Drive have rea-
son to be very, very proud of their daughter Jacqueline.
‘When Stetson University released their honors program
‘and dean’s list for the fall semester, this young lady was
among those honored. We share in her parent’s pride.
Welcome to the world! Little Scott Anthony made his
debut March 3 to the delight of his parents Steven and
Anne Osborn of Dundee Drive. Congratulations to the
family.

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The Osceola High School choral department recently
received 21 superior ratings and among those honored
was Toma Rusk, daughter of Tom Rusk of Royalty
Court. She received her honors both as a soloist and as a
Student conductor.
. The students and choral ensembles will participate at
he state festival to be held in Lakeland in May. Addi-
‘tionally, the students will travel to Atlanta during the
datter part of this month for the Six Flags over Georgia

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Sa urday, April 7, 1990
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By Pat Carter

thusic festival. We wish them all much good fortune.
000

The winners at the recent Orange Blossom Cribbage
Club game were John Groz and Betty Schaeffer of Poin-
ciana; Dave Ritchey of Orange City; and Fred Pierce of
Kissimmee. More players would be welcome and more
information can be obtained by calling Groz at
427-0519. Play is held every other Thursday at the Elks
Lodge on Kings Highway at 7 p.m.

Plans are now underway and Poinciana residents will
have the opportunity to travel to Las Vegas as a group
the first week in June. While in Las Vegas, the group
will stay at the El Rancho Hotel for one full week. The
trip will include not only air transportation but bus ser-
vice to and from the airport as well. The bus will leave
the Community Center parking lot Monday, June 4, and
will return to the same spot the following Monday. For
further information, please contact Mike at 933-4191
between noon and 4 p.m. any day.

Because of a night meeting of the Resident Directors
of the Association of Poinciana Villages, there will be
no Poinciana Volunteer Fire Department sponsored
bingo at the Community Center April 10. However, a
bus trip to the Seminole games in Tampa is planned for
that date. Contact Mike at 933-4191 for all the
particulars.

000

The Ladies Club of Poinciana will hold its regular
monthly meeting Monday, April 9, at 7:30 p.m. in the
Community Center. There will be an Arts and Crafts
exhibition with members of various organizations with-
in the community displaying their talented handiwork.
All ladies in the community are invited to attend.

00d

The regular monthly meeting of the Resident Direc-
tors of the Association of Poinciana Villages Inc. will
be held Tuesday, April 10, at 7:30 p.m. in the Commun-
ity Center. These meetings are normally held in the
morning each month but because of renewed interest in
evening meetings to accommodate many working cou-
ples, it was announced in March that the April meeting
would be held during the evening hours. This meeting is
open to the public and Poinciana residents are urged to
attend.

000

Both the offices of the Association of Poinciana Vil-
lages Inc. and the Community Center will be closed
April 13 and April 14. There will be no activities on
either of these days at the Community Center.

000

All golf enthusiasts are urged to circle the dates of
May 4 and 5 on their calendars. The second annual
Celebrity Golf Classic, sponsored by the Osceola Coun-
ty Service Clubs Charity will be held at the Poinciana
Golf and Racquet Resort on those days. The coalition of
charities include the Kissimmee and Kissimmee West
Rotary Clubs, the St. Cloud Rotary Club, the Kissim-
mee Kiwanis Club, and this year has expanded to
include the Kissimmee Junior Women’s Club. These
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the LPGA by 1992.

The tournament this year will pair county foursomes
with celebrity partners and hopefully it will be an even
bigger success than in 1990. Corporate sponsorships are
available at $1,300. Individual patron sponsorships are
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The residents of Poinciana would like to thank the
Osceola County Commission for turning aside the
request from the city of Kissimmee for a large amount
of money to maintain city recreational facilities. We
would also like to thank County Administrator Bill
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Poinciana, up to the present time, pay for our own recre-
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Lot owners in Poinciana pay a monthly assessment to
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basketball court. Because Poinciana lies within two

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we, Dear Abby: I am 33 years old and have been reading
«your column for as long as I can remember. The letter
wifrom “Grossed-Out Grandma” prompts my first letter to
vw fyou. Grandma was amazed and upset that her 3-year-old
+1 granddaughter was still breast fed.

Abby, you are sure to get a lot of mail on this subject,
180 please pick the best ones and educate the public.

"4 Breast milk is what nature intended for babies to

drink. Women have breasts primarily to nourish their
«' offspring. There is nothing gross about it. What I find
«distressing is the number of mothers who breast-feed
« for only a few weeks, or months — or not at all. Instead,
“they feed their babies man-made formulas that rank a
distant second in their capacity to nourish. Not to men-
tion the expense of formula and bottles, and the time it
+ takes to sterilize them.
~The convenience of breast milk can’t be beat. It’s
always the right temperature, always available, no bot-
wo tles to sterilize, and there’s nothing to pack or carry on
. outings. I fail to understand why anyone can be
“grossed out” at something that is so natural. Also, this
notion that a child can become “100 attached” to its
mother baffles me. What else should a baby be attached
. 10?
By the way, I have two children. The oldest is now 4,
. and nursed until he was 3 years old. The youngest is 2,
ang sull nurses two to three times a day.
Incidentally, I am a registered nurse, working part
time. Thanks for listening. I fecl as though I am talking
* 10 an old friend.

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Pro Breast-Feeding

Dear Abby: I don’t care what La Leche League says,
1 agree with “Grossed-out Grandma” — nursing a
3-year-old child is absolutely disgusting.

I have two children. They were both weaned before
their first birthday. I just can’t stomach the idea of
breast-feeding a preschooler. In my opinion, a child
who has a full set of teeth and can walk, talk, count and
ride a tricycle has no business still nursing its mother!

one + 4 8 2 BER BE

I’m No Cow in Colorado

Dear Abby: Count me as one reader who is “grossed

out” at the attitude of *“Grossed-Out Grandma.”
Instead of being revolted by the sight of her daughter-
in-law nursing her 3-year-old grandchild, she should
: acquaint herself with the benefits of long-term nursing,
among which ar¢ natural immunities to a host of dis-
eases and reduced chances of developing allergies. It

promotes dental health and emotional security.
Breast feeding a child for three years takes time, pati-
ence and genuine unselfishness. It’s much easier to
+ shove a bottle in a child’s mouth — especially when the
. child has a mouthful of teeth. (Ouch!) Believe me, I

gknow.

Happily Nursing
in Kentucky

Dear Abby: A widow wrote to say that she has never
known such loneliness in her life, and she doesn’t care
-« ' what people call her if they just please call her!
So what’s wrong with her dialing finger? Where it is
+ written that lonely people have to wait for others to
| “make the first move?
i During my husband’s final illness, I decided I would
s«never let myself be lonely. I stayed in touch with friends
. “sand kept up as many social activities as I could. After
my husband died, I joined a church-sponsored singles

Community events
Candy Easter eggs

The church women of St. Luke and St. Peter’s

Church of St. Cloud will sell homemade candy eggs for
| Easter.
+ The eggs are chocolate covered, flower decorated,
~. With a greeting or name on top; they come in four fla-
| vors: buttercream, coconut cream, maple nut and peanut
_ butter. The eggs will be individually boxed.

The cost is $3.50 each or three for $10. Orders may
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i103 p.m. Deadline for ordering is Friday, April 6.

Congregation Shalom Aleichem

The Congregation Shalom Aleichem will hold ser-
vices at 8 p.m. Friday, April 6, at. the Kissimmee
‘Woman's Club, 1616 W. Oak St. The service will be

Jollowed by an Oneg Shabbat hosted by Natasha Kush-
«ner. The Oneg Shabbat that will be held April 20 will be
= hosted by Ramona Vasquez. For more information, call
Zelda Greenis at 348-5194.

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Dear Abby

Reader: Nothing gross about breast feeding

with her son and his wife and two kids, to baby sit, clean
and cook — and whatever. She says she will be my
“weekend wife.” Isn't that the pits? ,

By Abigail Van Buren
Universal Press Syndicate

I guess, in time, she will want the job full-time. (No
pay). We are in our 60s; the marriage is the second time

group and a widow support group. I made some won-
derful new friends by volunteering to teach a senior citi-
zens class in creative writing.

I call my friends and chat (cheerfully) about things of
mutual interest. They also feel free to call me. Very
often I call someone I know is alone and we go to lunch
together — or just visit. I share the good things in my
life, and keep the not-so-good things to myself.

It’s said that the best place to find a helping hand is at
the end of your own arm. It’s equally true that the best
way to find friends is to be a friend. Don’t sit around
waiting for others to end your loneliness — they may
not be aware of it. Reach out to them, and end it
yourself. !

Marian Oaks,

Acworth, Ga.

Dear Marian: Hooray for you. It’s easy to see why
you will never be lonely. Unfortunately, not everyone
has your drive and positive attitude, but perhaps your
letter will inspire some less aggressive people to reach

out and end their loneliness. You are a true Georgia

“peach.”

Dear Abby: I have one for you and your readers on
baby-sitting. My wife of 6 1/2 years wants to go and live

around for both of us. I was married 36 years to my first

wife — until the good Lord took her. Wife No. 2 was
divorced. Should I go for this, or shouldn’t I?

Sucker to the

Step-Grandchildren

Dear “Sucker”: Don’t go for it! She married you for
better or worse — not for “weekends”!

Dear Abby: Yes, I know, every child gets cranky and
acts up occasionally in a restaurant, but one of the
parents usually takes the child out of the room if the
child doesn’t calm down within a few minutes.

We were sitting at a table next to a toddler who was
screaming at the top of his lungs. The mother said (to
her husband), “Just ignore it — he'll quiet down.” Well,
the child didn’t quiet down — so an elderly woman at
the table across from them turned to the child, and in a
very loud and commanding voice bellowed, “WILL
YOU PLEASE HUSH UP”!

The child was struck dumb! The parents started to
laugh and, believe it or not, the toddler laughed too.

A gentleman was leaving the restaurant, and as he
passed the table where the “hush up” woman was sea-
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I had an aunt and uncle who had eight kids. Since
money was tight, the kids’ birthdays were limited to a
cake. That was it. I was at their house one night when
my aunt jumped up and said, “What time is it? I said,
“It’s 10 o’clock.”

She rushed to the kitchen, whipped out a boxed cake
mix, dumped it in a pan, baked it, slapped on the icing
hot, shook the kid out of a sound sleep at 11:30 and
shouted in his ear, “Happy birthday! Eat!”

I remember this story only because of an item I read
in the paper the other day describing how the mothers of
today observe their children’s birthdays. They’ve gone
beyond a cake, balloons, and a few clothespins to drop
in a mayonnaise jar. They’ve outgrown the magicians

Community events

Student art show

The Osceola Square Mall, 3831 W. Vine St., Kissim-
mee, will host the Osceola County Schools Student Art
Show April 1 through April 8.

Works of art created by all grade levels of students
will be on display in the mall. Exhibits may be seen
Sunday from noon to 6 p.m. and Monday through Satur-
day from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. For more information, call
847-6941.

Round/square dance club

The Wagon Wheels Square Dance Club of St. Cloud
* holds dances every Friday at 8 p.m. at the St. Cloud
Senior Citizens Center, 700 Indiana Ave. Dale McCle-
ary is the caller and Pete and Jan Shankle are the round
dance cuers. The fee is $4 per couple.

The club will hold round dance classes beginning
Wednesday, May 2, at the Senior Center. Beginner clas-
ses will run from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. and an intermedi-
ate workshop from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. Pete and Jan
Shankle are the round dance cuers. For more informa-
' tion, call 1-855-3300 or 892-5989.

Abuse prevention family day

* Child Abuse Prevention will hold its annual Family

Day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 7 in St. Cloud at the
boat basin on Lakeshore Boulevard. There will be enter-
tainment throughout the day, free hot dogs and soda
starting at noon, games and prizes for the children and
information about services available throughout the
county. Baby Shamu will make an appearance between
10 a.m. and noon. Rain date is April 21.

Easter Egg Hunt

The Kissimmee Parks and Recreation Department
will sponsor an Easter egg hunt from noon to 1:30 p.m.
April 14 at Lakefront Memorial Park. It is for children
age 1 to 10. :

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prizes and the Rousseaus Puppet and Magic Show. Each
child should bring his own basket. For more informa-
tion, call 847-2388.

St. Cloud homemakers

The St. Cloud Extension Homemakers will meet
Wednesday, April 11, at 12:30 p.m. at the Senior Cen-
ter, 8th Street and Indiana Avenue. The topic will be
coping with living alone. Visitors are welcome. Each
person attending should take a sandwich; beverages will
be provided. For more information, call club president
Eula Belle Stegall at 892-5308.

Kissimmee Boat-a-Cade

The Kissimmee Boat-a-Cade will hold the 41st annu-
al cruise on the following schedule:

Sunday, June 17-Departure from Okeechobee to Fort
Myers.

Monday, June 18-To Marco Island.

Tuesday, June 19-To Marathon.

Wednesday, Thursday, June 20, June 21-Layover in
Marathon, pool party, crowning of king and queen,
other special events.

Friday, June 22-To Fort Lauderdale.

Saturday, June 23-Return to Okeechobee.

The cruise is open to the boat-owning public. Boats
may be 15 feet and up. There is no limit to the number
of boats that may be registered; however, participants
are urged to register prior to June 1 to take advantage of
group rates and meal reservations.

Boats will be divided into groups according to cruis-
ing speed, size, gas capacity and horsepower. You may
stay aboard your boat or make motel accommodations.
Children are welcome and encouraged to participate.
Briefings, prizes and entertainment are planned for dif-
ferent stops.

For a free brochure, write Kissimmee Boat-a-Cade,
Inc., PO Box 421855, Kissimmee, Fla. 34742-1855, or
call 847-2033 and leave your name and address. For
charts and information on cruising from Kissimmee to
Okeechobee, send $2 to the above address.

Ohio/Ky. club to meet

The Ohio and Kentucky Club will hold its last meet-
ing of the season at 12:30 p.m. Monday, April 9, at the
Community Center on Indiana Avenue, St. Cloud. Each
person attending is asked to bring a covered dish and a
table setting. The club will provide ham and coffee.

Widow/Widowers group

The Widows and Widowers Support Group will hold

its monthly meeting at which topics of interest are dis-

cussed at 1 p.m. Tuesday, April 17, at the Senior Center
at 1099 Shady Lane, Kissimmee.

Pony Express talent show

The Pony Express Cloggers will host a talent show

April 20 at the Orange Gardens Clubhouse, 1114
George St. : fi
_ All types of talent, including dancing, music, singing,
magic, rap, comedy, gymnastics and baton twirling, are

_ welcome. The first 30 to register by April 6 will be elig-

A ble for first through fifth prizes. Prizes to be awarded
include trophies, savings bonds, 3-day beach vacations,
dinners and more donated by local merchants. Entry fee

is $20, Conte must be Osceola County residents.
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girl and her friends can be picked up in a limousine and
transported to a beauty salon where each will have a
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Motivators Square Dance Club

The Motivators Square Dance Club holds A-1 (APD)
level dances from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. the first and third
Sunday of each month at the St. Cloud Senior Citizen
Center. Caller will be Hal Greenlee of Lakeland. All
advanced level dancers are nviied to atiend. For more
information, call 892-9872

Young scholarships available

Applications for the Leona J. Young Memorial Scho-
larships for 1990 aie being accepted by the Osceola
Extension Homemakers. Young was very active in the
Osceola County Extension Homemakers and a suppor-
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in 1986

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The sites arc Barneit Bank, second floor, 1703 W.
Vine St., Kissimiice, noon 0 4 p.m. Mondays; Good
Samaritan Village, clubhouse, noon to 4 p.m. Tuesdays;
Sin Bank. second fioor, 1205 Indiana Ave., St. Cloud,
ndon to 4 p.m. Wednesdays: Senior Citizen Center,
1099 Shady Lane, Kissimmee. 12:30 p.m. io 4:30 p.m.
Thursdays: and Sun Bank, lobby, 3357 W. Vine St,
Kissimmee. noon 0 4 p.m. Thursdays.

A tax-aide site wili be provided at the BVL Commun-
ity Center. 501 Florida Parkway. Thursdays from 10
a.m. 1o 2 p.m :

For more information, cali Shirley Heaton at
933-2136

Celebrity golf classic

The 1990 Celebrity Goif Classic, sponsored by the
Osceola County Scivice Ciubs Charity, will be held
May 4 and 5. The Osceola Service Clubs Charity is
made up of members from Kissimmee and Kissimmee
West Roiary, St. Cloud Rotary, Kissimmee Junior
Women’s Club and=Kissimmee Kiwanis. Corporate
sponsorships are $1,300, individual patron sponsorships
are $300 and limited hole and cart sponsorships are
available for lesser amounts. For more information, call
933-2173 :

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Osceola Singles Club

The Osceola Singles Club meets each Monday at

7:30 p.m. at the Travel Lodge near the turnpike exit on

East Irlc Bronson Highway. Ali singles 21 and older are

eligible to attend. For more information, call Beverley
at'892-8313, Tom at 892-3638 or John C. at 892-6086.

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planning a bike rally and other bicycling events includ-
ing trips, rodeos and safety programs for this spring.
They are looking for bicycling enthusiasts with the time
to devote to working with these programs. For more
information, call the recreation department at 957-7276.

Stamp club meeting

The Osceola Stamp Club, sponsored by the Lake
Toho Chapter of the AARP, meets at 1:30 p.m. the third
Wednesday of the month at.the Senior Center on Shady
Lane in Kissimmee. Visitors are welcome. For more
information, call Neil Koshnick at 933-7056 or Frances
Purcell at 933-5441.

AARP meetings

‘Lake Toho Chapter No. 4125 AARP will have a
board meeting at 10 a.m. April 5 ai the American Leg-
ion Hall on Lakeshore Drive. All members are welcome
to attend.

The regular meeting will be at 1 p.m. April 12 at the
Community House, preceded by a covered dish lunc-
heon at noon. Each person is asked to bring a dish to
share and their own tableware. Aaron Thomas will
speak about life begins at 80.

Senior Fair

May is Older Americans Month and to celebrate it a
Senior Fair will be held at the Orlando Fairgrounds May
24. The Senior Center is looking for seniors to exhibit
paintings, sculptures or craft items. For more informa-
tion, call Sam Esposito at 846-8532.

A spelling bee for seniors will also be held. Teams of
10 spellers are being organized. For more information,
call the center at 846-8532.

Summer counselor positions

The Kissimmee Parks and Recreation Department is
accepting applications for teachers or recreation/athietic
professionals to work as summer counselors. They are
looking for individuals who enjoy a recreational setting,
have a high energy level, have the creative ability to
plan and implement activities, can instruct arts and
crafts, and can assist with games and sports. The pay
ranges from $6 to $10 per hour. For more infornnation,
call Shirley Camacho at 847-2821, extension 5200.

Kissimmee clubs

Kissimmee Parks and Recreation sponsors the fol-
lowing clubs that meet on a regular basis.

The fencing club meets from 7:30 p.m. 0 9 p.m.
Thursday at the Lakeshore Recreation Center. The class
fee is $2.

Lois Davis leads the mahjong club that meets tc play
the ancient tle game. It meets Wednesdays from 9 a.m.
to 11 a.m. at the Lakeshore Recreation Center and
enjoys coffee and Danish along with the game.

Bill Gordon will be the leader of the harmonica play-
ers who will meet every first and third Monday begin-
ning April 2 from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Com-
munity House. All levels of players are encouraged to
attend.

For more information, call the recreation hotline at

847-2821, extension 5200.

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Community events
St. Cloud flower show

The St. Cloud Garden Club will hold its 37th annual
flower show April 7 and 8 at the St. Cloud Community
House, Indiana Avenue and 8th Street. Hours will be
from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday and from 1 p.m. 10 4 p.m.
Sunday.

Everyone except commercial and professional grow-
ers may exhibit. Horticulture specimens must be grown
by the exhibitor. Containers will be available for cut
specimens. Exhibitors may enter all classes, but may
have only one entry per class.

Entries should be taken in by 9 a.m. April 7 and may
not be removed before 4 p.m. Sunday. For more infor-
mation, call 892-9545 or 933-1089.

Cribbage Club

The Orange BlossoqmmCribbage Club meets every
other Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Elks Hall on Kings High-
way. Interested players may go to the club meeting or
call John Groz at 427-0519.

“Not Much Class” Reunion

Travel back in time and relive the fabulous fifties
when the Osceola County Council on Aging holds the
second annual “Not Much Class” Reunion Saturday,
April 7, at the Kissimmee Community House, 300
Monument Ave.

The event will feature fifties entertainment, sock
hopping, pigging out on drive-in food and all the purple
passion you can drink for $25 per person. The dance is
“come as you were,” whether you were a cheerleader,
poodleskirter, football player, nerd or class brain.
Activities will include a coolest costume contest,
smoothest dancer competition and a contest to match
high school pictures of prominent Osceola County resi-
dents to the person.

Proceeds go to the Osceola County Council on
Aging. For tickets or more information, call the council
at 846-8532.

Woman’s club scholarships

The Woman's Club of St. Cloud is accepting applica-
tions for scholarships. Scholarship applications are
available now and the deadline for submitting them is
April 15. The scholarships are open to St. Cloud High
School seniors who have been accepted to the school of
their choice and must be used for the 1990-1991 year.

The Margaret E. Geel Scholarship is for $1,000 and,
if all requirements are met, may be renewed for three
additional years. The woman’s club scholarships are for
$500 and may be used at junior colleges or four-year
colleges. For information and applications, call Eleanor
Kolner at 892-9383 or Charlotte Ninow at 892-6060.
Applications are also available in the St. Cloud High
School counselor’s office.

Help Now

Help Now is a free support group for women who are
physically, emotionally and/or mentally abused. The
group meets every Thursday. For more information, call
847-8562.

Hope House of St. Cloud

Hope House of St. Cloud, a proposed domestic vio-
lence shelter is currently in need of volunteers to help
with the fund-raising campaign, secretarial duties, crisis
hotline and individuals with carpentry skills. They are
also in need of a small two-bedroom home to establish
as a shelter and would like to lease it on a long-term
basis. They will do repairs in exchange for a reasonable
monthly rate. For more information, contact PO Box
701285, St. Cloud, Fla. 34770.

Carter

Continued from page B-6

counties, we cannot have a Little League here so we
sponsor and pay for our own Youth Baseball League
with assistance from local business establishments.
These assessments also sponsor. other youth activities
including Boy Scout and Girl Scout programs. They
assist in’ maintaining the Community Center which is
open not only to adult functions but to organized youth
activities as well.

Goaziou was correct in his statement that it would be
“dual taxation” for us to not only pay county taxes, our
own assessments and then require Poinciana residents
to pay for Kissimmee facilities as well.

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As I close this week, I would like to wish each and
every one of my readers a happy Easter celebration!
Have a wonderful week!

We treat all kinds of injuries
8 A.M. - 8 P.M. 7 Days A Week

Free clogging classes

April 10. New students, ages 6 and up are welcome; no
partner is necessary. The registration fee is $6.

Classes will be held from 6 p.m. to 6:45 p.m. Tues-
days at the Orange Gardens Clubhouse, 1114 George
St. Intermediate or advanced cloggers may join the
group at 6:45 p.m.

To register, call 396-1943 or 847-4666 or go to the
class at 5:45 p.m. the first night.

+ Anorexia/bulimia group

ts ; FOR ALL
Anorexia/bulimia support group meetings are avail- SOCIAL |
able in Kissimmee for individuals or for group partici- / 3
pation. This is open to all ages, is completely confiden- A
tial and is free. The support leader is cco CLUB |
anorectic. For more information, call Carole at NEWS |
1-239-4454. IS

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Free tax assistance

Free tax assistance is available through VITA, the
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program. VITA is
primarily designed to help taxpayers who cannot afford
professional tax help, particularly those who file short
forms, such as the elderly, handicapped, military and

non-English speaking -people.
Volunteers alert taxpayers to special credits and

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deductions but do not prepare complicated tax returns Hair Fashions
with items such as capital gains and business expenses. Souices Our New
list...

A taxpayer going to any VITA location should bring
this year’s tax package received through the mail from
the IRS, wage and earings statements, interest state-
ments, a copy of last year’s tax return and any other
relevant information.

Anyone with a simple tax return in need of assistance
‘should call 1-800-424-1040 for the nearest VITA
location.

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Carolyn Cianciotta
Formerly a Weight
Watcher's Instructor)

Her Hours Are Mon.. Fri. & Sat

Kissimmee Overcomers is a Christ-centered support
group for men and women whose lives have been
affected either directly or indirectly by addictions. The
group is part of a nationwide network of rehabilitation
and regeneration programs. These programs are for pro-

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Domestic violence hotline

A toll-free domestic violence hotline is available
round the clock seven days a week. The number is

Thurs. Evenings, By Appt.
892-8174

904 13th St., St. Cloud
Hours: Mon -Sat., 8:30 a.m. 'til 0.00

1-800-333-SAFE.

Ministering In Concert:

RON ALDRIDGE nr 4
SUNDAY, APRIL 8th py :

Presented By
Osceola Christian Center od Cp
in the Conference Room at Howard 3
Johnson's (Exit 65) Hwy. 192, Kissimmee

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Through eight years as Associate Pastor in Clear- ’
water, FL; and five years in a national television ministry 4
(two of which he served as host of the talk show ‘Heritage
Today''), Ron Aldridge has known the leading of God in-
to His perfect will. It is with that knowledge that Ron em-
barks on a new avenue of God's calling in his life; minister-
ing to Churches through song. Many across America have
enjoyed his singing in their homes through television, and
now even more so with the release of his new album ‘The
Fire Within." Ron knows the privilege and responsibility
of ministry, whether to thousands or to an individual, so
it Is with great anticipation and joy that Ron ministers, that
our Heavenly Father might be glorified.

Born a “preacher's kid," Ron grew up knowing the

love of Jesus as it was lived-out before him by his parents.

It was at the early age of six that Ron gave his heart to Jesus, but as senior in High School he dedicated

his life to the full time service of our Lord. Since that experience he has served God with growing dedica-

tion to fulfill God's calling in his life.

Ron now lives in Charlotte, NC, with his wife Deb and their three children ages 10, 7 & 5

Ron is the son of Reverend and Mrs. Silas Aldridge of Osceola Christian Center. For more informa-

tion call 957-5188 or 348-6400.

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Obituaries

ASHLEY — John S.
Ashlcy, 82, of 219
Washington Woods Lane,
Orlando, dicd March 29.

Born in Brooklyn, N.Y,
he moved 10 Orlando from
West Islip, N.Y., in 1979.
He was a retired owner and
driving instructor of Ash-
Icy Driving School in New
York.

Survivors include his
son, John S., Orlando;
daughters, Audrey Myers,
Bennington, Vi., Jeanette
Salbach, Orlando, Virginia
Foley, New York City,
N.Y.; sister, Dorothy
Towns, Schenectady,
N.Y.; 14 grandchildren
and 15 great-grandchil-
dren.

Graveside services were
held April 2 in Osceola
Memory, Gardens, Kissim-
mee.

Conrad and Thompson
Funcral Home, Kissim-
mee, was in charge of
arrangements.

KEMNA — Lcwis H.
Kemna, 66, of 1616 Cha-
rity Street, Intercession
City, dicd March 28.

Born in Rilcysburg,
Ind., he moved to Inter-
cession City from Perrys-
ville, Ind., in 1986. He was
a rctircd farmer and a
member of the Perrysville
United Methodist Church.

Survivors include his
wife, Helenann; daughters,
Louann Huffman, Cayuga,
Ind., Kristy Bucher, Wa-
bach, Ind.; brothers, Ray
Skinner, Spotsylvania,
Va., William Kemna, Dan-
ville, Ill.; sister, Juanita
Wakely, Danville, 111; and
four grandchildren.

Funeral services were in
Covington with burial in
Atherton Cemetery, Dan-
ville, III.

Conrad and Thompson
Funcral Home, Kissim-
mce, was in charge of
arrangements.

OTERO — Sonia
Otcro, 34, of 110 Coral-
wood Court, Kissimmee,

+ died April 1.

Born in Vega Bava,
Pucrto Rico, she moved to
Kissimmee from there in
1988. She was an asscmb-
ler with Motorola Elecc-
tronics and a member of
Holy Redeemer Catholic
Church, Kissimmee.

Survivors include her
husband, Fabian Cano;
sons, Fabian Cano Jr.
Suheily Cano and Xavicr
Cano, all of Kissimmec;
brother, Jamic Otero, Vega
Bava, Pucrto Rico; and sis-

ter, Edith Otero, Farless

Hills, Pa.

Funeral services and
burial were held April 3 in
Vega Bava, Puerto Rico.

Conrad and Thompson
Funcral Home, Kissim-
mee, was in charge of
arrangements.

PATERSON — Wil-
liam James Paterson, 33, of
3184 Owassa Court, Kiss-
immee, dicd March 31.

Born in Royal Oak,
Mich., he moved to Kiss-
immece from Taylor, Mich.,
in 1988. He was a machine
operator for a plastics man-
ufacturing company.

Survivors arc wife,
Tammy; daughter, Naomi
Suc Paterson, Sturgis,
Mich.; mother, Rita M.
Paterson, Kissimmee; bro-
thers, Bruce Paterson,
Sterling Heights, Mich.,
David Paterson, North
Hollywood, Calif., and

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Robert Paterson, Kissim-
mee.

Funcral scrvices were
held April 4 in the Chapel
of St. John’s Episcopal
Church with the Rev. Mar-
shall H. Brown officiating.

Conrad and Thompson
Funcral Home, Kissim-
mce, was in charge of
arrangements.

FORT — Elizabeth V.
Bronson Fort, 74, of 3315
Kaiser Ave., St. Cloud,
died March 30.

A member of a pioncer
Osceola County family,
she was born in Kissimmee
the daughter of Acic
Franklin Hanscll and Nel-
lic Scaver Hansell, and
was a lifclong resident.
She was a homemaker and
a Baptist.

Survivors include her
brother, Monroc Hanscll,
Alabama; five grandchil-
dren and four great-grand-
children.

Funeral scrvices were
held March 2 from the
Grissom Chapel with the
Rev. J. Nathan Blackwell,
pastor of Comerstone Bap-
tist Church, St. Cloud, offi-
cating.

Caskectbecarcrs were
David Bauon, James Dai-
ley, H.T. Emmons, Tony
Gonzales, Johnny Hanscll
and William Platt.

Interment followed in
Rose Hill Cemetery.

Grissom Funcral Home,
Kissimmee, was in charge
of arrangements.

HOOD — Clara M.
Hood, 60, of 320 N. Mitch-
cll Street, Kissimmee, died
March 30.

Born in Chicago, 1ll.,
she moved to Kissimmee
from West Palm Beach in
1985. She was a home-
maker and a Protestant.

There arc no known
SUrVIvors.

Grissom Funeral Home,
Kissimmee, was in charge
of arrangements.

MITCHELL — Helen
W. Mitchell, 80, of
1505-04 Aldersgate Drive,
Kissimmee, dicd March
30.

Born in Washington,
D.C. she came to Kissim-
mec from Miami in 1988.
She was a retired real
estate saleswoman and was
a Protestant.

Survivors include her
son, George Mitchell,
Kissimmee; brothers, Jack
Ballenger, Corpus Christi,
Texas, Joc Ballenger, Ana-
heim, Calif.; and sister,
Bernette Nason, ‘Eric, Pa.

Grissom Funeral Home,
Kissimmee, was in charge
of arrangements.

MITCHELL — Lece
William Mitchell, 85, of
1633 Parkgate Drive, Kiss-
immee, died March 31.

Born in Howard County,
Ind., he moved to Kissim-
mee from Arlington, Ind.,
in 1971. He was a retired
farmer; a member of the
First United Mcthodist
Church, Kissimmee, and
member of the United
Mcthodist Men.

Survivors include his
wife, Laura Kathryn
Mitchell; daughters, Bon-
nic Dec Mitchell, Orlando,
Lois Anderson, Arlington,
Ind.; sons, William L.
Mitchell, North Fort
Myers, David L. Mitchell,
Fort Wayne, Ind.; scven
grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren.

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Funcral scrvices were
held April 3 in the Grissom
Chapel with the Rev. Jorge
Acevedo, associate pastor
of First United Mcthodist
Church, Kissimmee, offi-
ciating.

Further services were
held in Rushville, Ind.,
with interment in East Hill
Cemetery, Arlington, Ind.

Grissom Funeral Home,
Kissimmee, was in charge
of arrangements.

MURPHY — Robbic
H. Murphy, 46, of 14725
Eagle Crossing Drive,
Orlando, dicd March 27.

Born in Birmingham,
Ala., she moved to Orlan-
do from Fort Lauderdalc in
February 1990. She was a
bookkeeper with Scars in
Birmingham, Ala., and a
member of Briarwood
Presbyterian Church, Bir-
mingham, Ala.

Survivors include her
daughters, Janice Murphy,
Laura Kolar and Sharon
Reeves, all of Orlando;
son, Geoffrey Murphy,
Birmingham, Ala.; sisters,
Freida Hatficld, Juanita
Smith, Rebecca McGla-
thery and Rita Lauzon, all
of Birmingham, Ala.; and
four grandchildren.

Funcral scrvices were
held March 31 in the Gris-
som Chapcl with Dce
McGraw, Hospice Chap-
lain, officiating.

Grissom Funcral Home,
Kissimmee, was in charge
of arrangements.

RAULERSON —
Matilda Mac Raulerson,
74, of 5745 Jones Road, St.
Cloud, died March 31.

Born in Perry, she
moved to St. Cloud from
Orlando in 1955. She was
a homemaker and a Bap-
List.

Survivors are daughters,
Joyce W. Tyner, St. Cloud,
Joy Leona Myers, Orlan-
do; six grandchildren, 11
great-grandchildren and
onc great-great grandchild.

Graveside services were
held April 3 at the East
Lake Cemetery with the
Rev. Jerry Lloyd officiat-
ing.

Grissom Funcral Home,
Kissimmee, was in charge
of arrangements.

RIKER — Priscilla
Margarct Riker, 75, of
6558 Old Tampa Highway,
died April 1 at Orlando
Regional Center.

She moved 10 Florida
from North Plainficld,
N.J.,, in 1980. Shc was a
homemaker and a member
of St. Annc’s Catholic
Church.

Survivors include her
husband, George R. Riker;
sons, William Riker,
Bridgewater, N.J., Walter
Riker, Bricktown, N.J.;
daughters, Fay Rubin,
Loughman, Phyllis Price,
North Plainfield, N.J.;
brothers, William Murray
and Percival Murray; sis-
ter, Ada Meier; and nine
grandchildren and two
great-great grandchildren.

Grissom Funcral Home,
Kissimmee, was in charge
of arrangements.

SNAVELY — Belly
Ekleberry Snavely, 72, of
2714 Sample Street, Kiss-

immce, died April 1.

Born in Fort Wayne,
Ind., she moved to Kissim-
mcc from there in 1977.
She was a buyer for the
G.S. Murphy Stores in Fort
Wayne; and was a Presby-
terian,

Survivors include her
husband, Alvin F. Snavcly;
daughters, Sharon Click
and Roslyn Custance, sath
of Fort Wayne, Ind.; sister,
Marjoric Nagel, Nashville,
Tenn.; brother, Eddic
Ekleberry,\Long Beach,
Calif; or panded
and onc great-geandchild.

Memorial services were
held April 2 in the Grissom
Chapel with the Rev. Dr.
Bob Rcaves officiating.

Grissom Funcral Home,
Kissimmee, was in charge
of arrangements.

BOUCHER — Joseph
Henry Boucher, 78, of 828
Robinson Court, St. Cloud,
died March 31.

Born in Montrcal, Cana-
da, hc was a winter visitor
for 13 ycars from Liver-
more Falls, Mainc. He was
a papermaker with Inter-
national Paper Company;
and member of Livermore
Falls-Jay Senior Center
and the Quarter Century
Club of International Paper
Company, and a member
of St. Rosc of Lima
Catholic Church.

Survivors include his
wifc, Rita, Livermore
Falls/St. Cloud; sons, Ber-
nard, Lisbon Falls, Maine,
Paul, Livermore Falls,
Maine; daughters, Bernice
Adams and Elizabeth
Plaisted, both of Jay,
Mainc, Emilda Miller,
Benton, Maing; brother,
Roland Boucher, Lewston,
Maing; sister, Simone Hea-
ley, St. Cloud; 15 grand-
children and 11 great-
grandchildren.

Fisk Funcral Home, St
Cloud, was in charge of
arrangements.

COBB — Raymond
Bruce Cobb Jr., 30, of
6561 Duck Court, Daven-
port, died April 1.

Born in New Rochelle,
N.Y., he moved to Daven-
port from Orlando in 1981.
He was a landscaper with
Disncy World since 1982
and was a member of the
Anglican Catholic Church,
St. Cloud. He graduated
from the University of
Florida and was captain of
the Fort Lauderdale Nova
High School Cross Coun-
try: Team, and was a mara-
thon runner.

Survivors include his
mother, Elizabeth Morin,
St. Cloud; sisters, Clara
Louisc Dionisi, Rome, Ita-

. ly, Jean Elizabeth Cobb,

Gainesville; and brother,
Thomas H. Cobb, Dania.
Funeral scrvices will be
held April 7 at Fisk Funer-
al Home Chapel with the
Rev. Ray William Beard of
the Anglican Catholic
Church officiating.
Interment will be at
Mount Peace Cemetery.
Fisk Funcral Home, St.
Cloud, is in charge of
arrangements.

KOCHUR — Joe Elvin
Kochur, 77, of 921. Sher-
wood Ave., St. Cloud, dicd
March 30.

Born in Bycsville, Ohio,
he was a winter visitor
from Pleasant Grove,
Ohio, for the past 12 years.
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Dilonvale, Ohio; daugh-
ters, Alice Quertermous,
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ial Gardens, Pleasant
Grove, Ohio.

Fisk Funcral Home, St.
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arrangements.

LEVY — Howard Free-
man Levy, 58, of 1920
Stewart Road, Melbourne,
died March 28.

Born in Concord, N.H.,
he moved to Melbourne
from St. Cloud. He was a
car salesman.

Survivors include his
wife, Alice; son, Howard
Cornett, St. Cloud; daugh-
ters, Lori Cornett, St.
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IN THE UNITED STATES
DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 89-786 CIV-ORL-18
KYNGS HEATH V, LTD,”
a Flonda limited partnership,
Plaintiff,

vs
URBAN LIVING INC, a New York corpor-
ation; CHINA KANG HUA DEVELOPMENT
~ CORPORATION, a Republic of China
corporation; JADE KING INVESTMENT
COMPANY, LTD; the Estate of SANJA
MILIC GREENAWALT, Deceased;
and ROBERT KENT GREENAWALT,
and PETER SENG,
Defendants
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: URBAN LIVING INC, a New York cor-
poration, CHINA KANG HUA
DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION, a
Republic of China corporation, JADE
KING INVESTMENT COMPANY,
LTD; the Estate of SANJA MILIC
GREENAWALT, Deceased; and
ROBERT KENT GREENAWALT; and
PETER SENG; and all persons claim-
ing by, through and under them
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the following real
property located in Osceola County, Flonda,
has been removed to the United States
District Court for the Middle District of
Florida:

PARCEL 1:
From the Northeast corner of the NW Va of
the NE ' of Section 10, Township 25
South, Range 28 East, Osceola County,
Flonda, run S 00 degrees, 28'41"'E, 132.00
feet to the South Right-of-Way line of U.S
192 (State Road 530) and the Point of
Beginning; continue S 00 degrees 28’ 41"
E, 65.04 feet to the Point of Curve of a
671.38 foot Radius Curve to the Left, having
a Central Angle of 18 degrees 00' 00"; run
, thence along said Curve 210.92 feet to the
Point of Tangent, run thence S 18 degrees
28'41"' E, 101.68 feet to the Point of Curve
of a 575.54 foot Radius Curve to the Right,
having a Central Angle of 36 degrees 00’
00"; run thence along said Curve 361.62
feet to the Point of Tangeant; run thence S
17 degrees 31° 19" W, 101.68 feet to the
* Point of Curve of a 671.38 foot Radius Curve
“to the Left, having a Central Angle of 18
* degrees 00' 00", run thence along said
Curve 210.92 feet to the Point of Tangent
run thence S 00 degrees 28° 41'' E, 158.70
feet to a Point on the South line of the North
2 of the NE Va of said Section 10; run
thence S 89 degrees 55' 17° W, 5.98 feet
to the SE of the NW V4 of the NE Va of said
Section 10; continue S 89 degrees 55’ 17"
W, along said South Line 1256.79 feet; run
thence N 00 degrees 08" 43" W, parallel to
and 80.00 feet East of the West Line of said
NW Y% of the NE Y 1189.84 feet, to the
South Right-of-Way Line of U.S. 192 (State
= Road 530); run thence S 89 degrees 59' 02'
E, along said Right-of-Way Line 1255 88
feet, 10 the Point of Beginning, containing
35.366 acres, more or less
PARCEL 2:
(Easement Over Scott Boulevard)
‘A non-exclusive easement and rights
~ reserved by The Florida Companies (as
successor to Guardian Mortgage Investors)
~ with respect to a parcel of land for road
“* purposes (Scott Boulevard), which ease-
ment and rights are set forth in the
description of Tract | (Parcel A) contained
in the Special Warranty Deed from the
Trustees of Guardian Mortgage Investors
to Hill Top Developers Inc., dated
November 14, 1978, as recorded in O.R
Book 412, Page 314, and subsequently
transferred to Kyng's Heath V, Ltd, by
Special Warranty Deed dated November
« 28, 1983, executed by The Florida Com-
~ panies (as successor to Guardian Mortgage
Investors) in favor of Kyng's Heath V, Ltd:,
and recorded in O.R. Book 697, Page 282,
all in the Public Records of Osceola County,
-Florida.
PARCEL 3:
(Easement Over 80' Right of Way)
All easements, rights and reservations of
The Florida Companies (as successor to
Guardian Mortgage Investors) as to an 80
foot right-of-way lying westerly of the
adjacent to Parcel 1 described above, which
easements, rights and reservations are set
forth in the description of Tract 2 (Parcel B)
contained in the Special Warranty Deed
from the Trustees of Guardian Mortgage
Investors to Hill Top Developers Inc., dated
November 14, 1978, recorded in O.R. Book
412, Page 314, and subsequently trans-
ferred to Kyng's Heath V, Ltd., by Special
Warranty Deed dated November 28, 1983,
"executed by The Florida Companies (as
successor to Guardian Mortgage Investors)
in favor of 'Kyng's Heath V, Ltd., and
recorded in O.R. Book 697, Page 282,
Public Records of Osceola County, Florida

and you are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it on RALPH V
HADLEY Ill, ESQUIRE, of PARKER,
JOHNSON, OWEN, McGUIRE, MICHAUD,
LANG & KRUPPENBACHER, PA, Plain-
tiff’s attorney, whose address is Suite 1300,
Barnett Plaza, 201 South Orange Avenue,
Post Office Box 2867, Orlando, Florida
“ 32802-2867, (407) 425-4910, on or before
“ APRIL 15, 1990, and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court either before service
~ on Plaintiff's attorney or immediately there-
~ after; otherwise a Default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in the
. Amended Complaint
£ DATED: March 14, 1990.
+ (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
DAVID L. EDWARDS
Clerk of the Court
~" By: /s/ Patricia N. Rohr
PATRICIA N. ROHR
a As Deputy Clerk
wv March 22, 29, 1990
> April 5, 12, 1990

20 ¢€

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME STATUTE

“TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
- Notice is hereby given that the under-
signed pursuant to the ‘Fictitious Name
Statute” Chapter 865.09, Florida Statutes
will register with the Clerk of the Circuit
Count, in and for Osceola County, Florida
~ upon receipt of proof of the publication of
, this notice, the fictitious name, to wit
- STEPHEN A. MALLISON

d/b/a MALLISON'S WHEELS

under which | expect to engage in business

at 1610 North Main Street, Kissimmee,

‘Florida 34744.

, Thatthe party interested in said business

enterprise is as follows:

STEPHEN A. MALLISON

-Dated at Kissimmee, Osceola County,
“' Florida, this 16th day of March 1990.
March 22, 29, 1990
April 5, 12, 1990

n

3 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
: NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CIVIL CASE NO.: DR 90-406
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
IMMACULA PIERRE,

« Petitioner, IMMACULA PIERRE, located at

+28 Chip Court, Kissimmee, Osceola
County, Florida, and more particularly
+ described as: |

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: CI 89-2285
VOCATIONAL CORPORATION,
a Delaware corporation,
Plaintiff,

vs

J. LAVERNE SUMMER-ESKRIDGE,

sole owner,
Defendant(s).
OF ACTION

TO: J. LAVERNE SUMMER-ESKRIDGE
RESIDENCE

3797 Kimberly Parkway North

Columbus, Ohio 43232

and all parties claiming any interest by,

through, under or against Defendant(s), and

all parties having or claiming to have any

right, title or interest in the property herein
described

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the following property
in Osceola County, Florida:

A Timeshare Interest consisting of an un-
divided one fifty-first (1/51) interest in fee
simple as tenant in common in and to the
Condominium Parcel identified below,
together with a corresponding undivided
interest in the Common Furnishings which
are appurtenant to such Condominium
Parcel, as well as the exclusive right each
year to use and occupy the Unit within Club
Sevilla Il, a Condominium (the ‘‘Project”’),
identified below; as well as the Common
Furnishings appurtenant thereto, and the
non-exclusive right to use and enjoy the
Common Elements of the Project, for their
intended purposes, during the specific
Vacation Week set forth below, subject to
the Declaration of Condominium for Club
Sevilla II, duly recorded in the Public
Records of Osceola County, Florida, in the
Official Record Book 880, at Page 2067

Parcel (Unit) Number: 1004
Vacation Week Number: 30
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to iton KURT P. GRUBER,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is 2300
Sun Bank Center, 200 South Orange
Avenue, Orlando, Florida 32801, on or
before MAY 7, 1990, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either before
service on Plaintiff's at or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief demanded
in the Complaint
DATED on March 26, 1990

MEL WILLS, JR
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Elsa D. Castro
ELSA D. CASTRO
As Deputy Clerk

April 5, 12, 19, 26, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
9TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: CI 89-3084.
CORAL GABLES FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION,
Plaintiff,
vs
ALMEL DEVELOPMENT
CORPORATION, et al,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
a Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated March 26, 1990, and entered in Case
Number CI 88-3084 of the Circuit Court of
the 9TH Judicial Circuit in and for Osceola
County, Florida, wherein CORAL GABLES
FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCI-
ATION is Plaintiff, and ALMEL DEVELOP-
MENT CORPORATION, et al, are Defen-
dants, | will sell to the highest bidder for cash
at the East Front Door of the Osceola
County Courthouse in Kissimmee, Florida,
at 11:00 o'clock A.M. on the 25th day of
APRIL 1990, the following described
property as set forth in said Summary Final
Judgment, to wit:
Lot 12, Block 3, THE ALAMO ESTATES,
Unit One, according to the plat thereof as
recorded in Plat Book 4, Pages 26, 27 and
28, Public Records of Osceola County,
Florida
TOGETHER with all the improvements
now or hereafter erected on the property,
and all easements, rights, appurtenances,
rents, royalties, mineral, oil and gas rights
and profits, water, water rights and water
stock, and all fixtures now or hereafter a part
of the property, including replacements and
additions thereto
DATED this 26th day of March 1990.
MEL WILLS, JR
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Pam Wilson
PAM WILSON
As Deputy Clerk

ROGER D. BEAR, ESQUIRE
DEVO A. HELLER, ESQUIRE
RANDAL GINGRICH

ANDERSON & RUSH
P.O. Box 2288

Orlando, Florida 32802
Telephone: (407) 849-0020
Attorneys for Plaintiff

April 5, 12, 1990

- Copies furnished to

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
OSCEOLA COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO.: CI 89-3136
SECRETARY OF VETERANS
AFFAIRS, etc
Plaintiff,

vs
KEITH BAILEY and LEE BAILEY, his wife;
if living and all unknown parties claiming by,
through, under, or against the named
Defendant who are not known to be dead
or alive whether said unknown parties claim
as heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees,
lienors, creditors, trustees or other
claimants, against the said KEITH BAILEY
and LEE BAILEY, his wife,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: KEITH BAILEY and LEE BAILEY, his
wife; if living and all unknown parties
claiming by, through, under, or against
the named Defendant who are not
known to be dead or alive whether said
unknown parties claim as heirs,
devisees, grantees, assignees, lienors,
creditors, trustees or other claimants,
against the said KEITH BAILEY and
LEE BAILEY, his wife,
RESIDENCE: Unknown.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mortgage on the follow-
County,

has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on CHARLES R.
GEORGE Ill, ESQUIRE, LAW OFFICE OF
CHARLES R. GEORGE Ill, P.A., 201 East
Pine Street, Suite 1402, Orlando, Florida,

may
be entered against you for the reiief
in the Complaint.

is 28th day
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
MEL WILLS, JR.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Kimberfy Udstad
KIMBERLY UDSTAD
As Deputy Clerk
to:
CHARLES R. GEORGE Ill
Florida Bar # 216658
LAW OFFICE OF
CHARLES R. GEORGE Ill, P.A.
Post Office Box 2509
Orlando, Florida 32802
April 5, 12, 19, 26, 1990

§

990.
April 6, 12, 19, 26, 1980

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
, CASE NUMBER: C! 89-2068
VOCATIONAL CORPORATION,
a Delaware corporation,
Plaintiff,

vs
MAY J. RICHARDSON, sole owner,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: MAY J. RICHARDSON
RESIDENCE: 170-40 130th Avenue 10C-3A
Jamaica, New York 11434
and all parties claiming any interest by,
through, under or against Defen-
dant(s), and all parties having or
claiming to have any right, title or
interest in the property herein
described

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to fore-
close mortgage on the following described
property in Osceola County, Florida:

A Timeshare Interest consisting of an un-
divided one fifty-first (1/51) interest in fee
simple as tenant in common in and to the
Condominium Parcel identified below,

" with a corresponding undivided
interest in the Common Furnishings which
are appurtenant to such Condominium
Parcel, as well as the exclusive right each
year to use and occupy the Unit within Club
Sevilla, a Condominium (the ‘‘Project’’),
identified below; as well as the Common
Furnishings appurtenant thereto, and the
non-exclusive right to use and enjoy the
Common Elements of the Project, for their
intended purposes, during the specific
Vacation Week set forth below, subject to
the Declaration of Condominium for Club
Sevilla, duly recorded in the Public Records
of Osceola County, Florida, in the Official
Record Book 732, at Page 467.

Parcel (Unit) Number: 227
Vacation Week Number: 43
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to iton KURT P. GRUBER,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is 2300
Sun Bank Center, 200 South Orange
Avenue, Orlando, Florida 32801, on or
before APRIL 16, 1990, and file the orginal
with the Clerk of this Court either before
service on Plaintiff's at or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief demanded
in the Complaint
DATED on March 7, 1990.
MEL WILLS, JR
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Elizabeth Weidman
ELIZABETH WEIDMAN
As Deputy Clerk
March 15, 22, 29, 1990
April 5, 1990

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME STATUTE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Notice is hereby given that the under-
signed pursuant to the ‘Fictitious Name
Statute’ Chapter 865.09, Florida Statutes
will register with the Clerk of the Circuit
Count, in and for Osceola County, Florida
upon receipt of proof of the publication of
this notice, the fictitious name, to wit
TRIMCO OF CENTRAL FLORIDA
under which | expect to engage in business
at 1020 Carol Street, Kissimmee, Florida
34744
That the party interested in said business
enterprise is as follows
DANNY RAY ANDERSON
Dated at Kissimmee, Osceola County,
Florida, this 14th day of March 1990
March 22, 29, 1990
April 5, 12, 1990

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME STATUTE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

Notice is hereby given that the under-
signed pursuant to the ‘Fictitious Name
Statute’ Chapter 865.09, Florida Statutes
will register with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, in and for Osceola County, Florida
upon receipt of proof of the publication of
this notice, the fictitious name, to wit:
THE OSCARS
under which we expect to engage in busi-
ness at 5770 West irlo Bronson Highway,
# 305, Kissimmee, Florida 34746

That the corporation interested in said
business enterprise is as follows

FIGMENTS, INC
Dated at Kissimmee, Osceola County,
Florida, this 13th day of March 1990
March 22, 29, 1990
April 5, 12, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR THE 9TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY.
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NUMBER: PR-9071
OIVISION:. ~~.
FLORIDA BAR NO.: 330937.
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
FRANK JOHN DVORAK, a/k/a FRANK J.
DVORAK, a/k/a FRANK DVORAK,
Deceased

NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF
ANCILLARY ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE:

The ancillary administration of the estate
of FRANK JOHN DVORAK, a/k/a FRANK
J. DVORAK, a/k/a FRANK DVORAK,
deceased, File Number PR-9071, is
pending in the Circuit Court for Osceola
County, Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is 12 South Vernon
Avenue, Kissimmee, Florida 34741. The
names and addresses of the Petitioners and
the Petitioners’ attorney are set forth below.

All interested persons are required to file
with this court, WITHIN THREE
CALENDAR MONTHS OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE: all
claims against the estate ir: the form and
manner prescribed by Section 733.703 of
the Florida Statutes and Rule 5.480 of the
Florida Rules of Probate and Guardianship
Procedure.

ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
Publication of this Notice has begun
March 29, 1990
Petitioner:
/s/ Frank E. Dvorak
FRANK E. DVORAK
7312 Ivandale Road
Independence, Ohio 44131

Petitioner:
/s/ Edward F. Dvorak
EDWARD F. DVORAK
7210 Broadmoor Drive, Apt. 9
Newport Richey, Florida 34653
Attorney for Petitioners:
RUBINSTEIN AND KORNIK, P.A.
By: /s/ Roxanne H. Lancella
ROXANNE H. LANCELLA, ESQUIRE
798 Brickell Plaza

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NUMBER: CI 89-2290.

vs.
ALVIN K. WARNER and
ELIZABETH L. WILKINS,

TO: ALVIN K. WARNER

RESIDENCE: Unknown

and all parties claiming any interest by,
through, under or against Defendant(s), and
all parties having or claiming to have any
right, title or interest in the property herein
described.

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the following property
in Osceola County, Florida:

A Timeshare Interest consisting of an un-
divided one fifty-first (1/51) interest in fee
simple as tenant in common in and to the
Condominium Parcel identified below,
together with a corresponding undivided
interest in the Common Furnishings which
are appurtenant to such Condominium
Parcel, as well as the exclusive right each
year to use and occupy the Unit within Club
Sevilla, a Condominium (the *‘Project”’),
identified below; as well as the Common
Furnishings appurtenant thereto, and the
non-exclusive right to use and enjoy the
Common Elements of the Project, for their
intended purposes, during the specific
Vacation Week set forth below, subject to
the D ion of Condominium for Club
Sevilla, duly recorded in the Public Records
of Osceola County, Florida, in the Official
Record Book 732, at Page 467.

Parcel (Unit) Number: 428
Vacation Week Number: 45
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on KURT P. GRUBER,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is 2300
Sun Bank Center, 200 South Orange
Avenue, Orlando, Florida 32801, on or
before MAY 7, 1980, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either before
service on Plaintiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief demanded
in the Complaint.
DATED on March 26, 1990.

MEL WILLS, JR.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Elsa D. Castro
ELSA D. CASTRO
As Deputy Clerk

April 5, 12, 19, 26, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF

THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY,
STATE OF FLORIDA.

CASE NUMBER: Cl 90-121.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN'AND
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: Cl! 90-12.
HOME SAVINGS OF AMERICA, FA.
Plaintif,

vs.

DARREN C. LOVETT and SHERRY L.

LOVETT, husband and wife; and

JANE/JOHN DOE, fictitious names

repr ing tenants in x
Defendants

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pur-
suant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure
After Default dated March 28, 1990, and
entered in Case Number Cl 80-12 of the
Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial Circuit in
and for Osceola County, Florida, wherein
HOME SAVINGS OF AMERICA, F A, isthe
Plaintiff, and DARREN C. LOVETT and
SHERRY L. LOVETT, husband and wife,
are the Defendants, | will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at the East front
door of the Osceola County Courthouse in
Kissimmee, Florida, at 11:00 o'clock A.M.
on the 30th day of APRIL 1980, the following
described property as set forth in said Final
Judgment, to-wit: i
Lot 1, Block 1449, POINCIANA, Neighbor-
hood 1 North, VILLAGE 1, according to the
Official Plat thereof as recorded in Plat Book
3, Page 2, Public Records of Osceola
Together with all interest which Borrower
now has or may hereafter acquire in or to
said property and in and to: (a) all ease-

limited to, all apparatus and equipment,
whether or not physically affixed to the land
or any building, used to provide or supply
air-cooling, air conditioning, heat, gas,
water, light, power, refrigeration, ventilation,
laundry, drying, dishwashing, garbage,
disposal or other services; and all waste
vent systems, antennas, pool equipment,
window coverings, drapes and drapery
ranges, ovens, water heaters and attached
cabinets; it being intended and agreed that
such items be conclusively deemed to be
affixed to and to be part of the real property;
and (c) all water and water rights (whether
or not appurtenant) and shares of stock per-
taining to such water or water rights, owner-
ship of which affects said property; and (d)
the rents, income, issues and profits of all

property.
DATED this 28th day of March 1990.
MEL WILLS, JR.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Pam Wilson
PAM WILSON
As Deputy Clerk
Pamela M. Lund Ld
HOLLAND & KNIGHT
Attorneys for the Plaintiff
One East Broward Boulevard, 13th Floor
Post Office Box 14070
Fort Lal , Florida 33302-4070

General Jurisdiction
Florida Bar No.: 060980.
FEDERAL HOME LOAN
MORTGAGE CORPORATION,
Plaintiff,

vs.
XAVIER C. PINELLAS, if living,
ot ux., et al.,

Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO: FRANKLIN SAVINGS BANK OF NEW
YORK, a banking corporation
Whose domicile, principal place of business
is unknown.

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to

foreclose a mortgage on the following
property in Osceola County, Florida:
Lot 16, BENITA PARK, being a re-sub-
division of Lots 6, 7 and 8, Payne & Payne
Lots, as recorded in Plat Book 2, Page 59,
of the Public Records of Osceola County,
Florida.

has been filed against you and XAVIER C.
PINELLAS, if living, and if married, MRS.
XAVIER C. PINELLAS, his wife, if living,
including any unknown spouse of the said
Defendants, if either has remarried and if
either or both of said Defendants are
deceased, their respective unknown heirs,
devisees, grantees, assignees, creditors,
lienors, and trustees, and all other persons
claiming by, through, under or against the
named Defendants, JUDITH HODOR,
BANKERS INSURANCE COMPANY, a
corporation; MARK BUCHBINDER,
Trustee; MAAS INC., successor by merger
with MAAS BROTHERS INC., a corpor-
ation; DOUG MILLER, d/b/a MILLER &
SUHL BONDING AGENCY, a corporation;
and TERRY'S ELECTRIC INC., a corpor-
ation; and you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any, to it on:
JOSEPH M. PANIELLO, ESQUIRE

Plaintiff's Al
201 North Franklin Street, Suite 2720
Tampa, Florida 33602

on or before the 7th day of MAY 1990 and
file the original with the Clerk of this Court
either before service on Plaintiff's attorney
or immediately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the Complaint.
DATED on this 27th day of March 1990.
MEL WILLS, JR
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT

Tampa, Florida 33601
April 5, 12, 19, 26, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE

9TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND

FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.

CIVIL DIVISION

CASE NUMBER: Cl 89-2884.

CITIZENS AND SOUTHERN NATIONAL
BANK OF ORLANDO,

Plaintiff,

vs.
CLEMENT CARRANZA and NITA J.
CARRANZA, his wife; UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA, a sovereign government;
STATE OF FLORIDA, Department of Labor

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
an Order or Final of foreclosure

Telephone: (305) 525-1000/Fort Lauderdale
April 5, 12, 1980

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: CI 89-2273
VOCATIONAL CORPORATION,
a Delaware corporation,
Plaintiff,

vs
RALPH HOWARD, sole owner,
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that on April 25,
1990, at 11:00 A.M., at the East Front Door
of the Courthouse of Osceola County, at
Kissimmee, Florida, the undersigned Clerk
will offer for sale the following described real
property:
Timeshare Interest consisting of an un-
divided one fifty-first (1/51) interest in fee
simple as tenant in common in and to the
Condominium Parcel identified below,
together with a corresponding undivided
interest in the Common Furnishings which
are appurtenant to such Condominium
Parcel, as well as the exclusive right each
year to use and occupy the Unit within Club
Sevilla, a Condominium (the “‘Project”),
identified below; as well as the Common
Furnishings appurtenant thereto, and the
non-exclusive right to use and enjoy the
Common Elements of the Project, for their
intended purposes, during the specific
Vacation Week set forth below, subject to
the Declaration of Condominium for Club
Sevilla, a Condominium, duly recorded in
the Public Records of Osceola County,
Florida, in the Official Record Book 732, at
Page 467.
Parcel (Unit) Number: 125
Vacation Week Number: 1
The aforesaid sale will be made pursuant
to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure in Civil
Case Number CI 89-2273 now pending in
the Circuit Court in Osceola County, Florida
DATED this 30th day of March 1990.
MEL WILLS, JR.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Pam Wilson
PAM WILSON
As Deputy Clerk
April 5, 12, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CIVIL ACTION NO.: DR 89-1467.
BANCBOSTON MORTGAGE
CORPORATION, etc.,
Plaintiff,

vs
JACK A. SMITH and MARY LOU SMITH,
his wife, if living; and all unknown parties
claiming by, through, under, or against the
named Defendant who are not known to be
dead or alive whether said unknown parties
claim as heirs, devisees, grantees,
assignees, lienors, creditors, trustees or
other claimants, against the said JACK A.
SMITH and MARY LOU SMITH, his wife,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: JACK A. SMITH and MARY LOU
SMITH, his wife, if living and if dead,
all unk parties iming by,
through, under or against the named
Defendant who are not known to be
dead or alive whether said unknown
parties claim as heirs, devisees,

dated March 27, 1990, and entered in Case
Number Cl 89-2884 of the Circuit Court of
the 9th Judicial Circuit in and for Osceola
County, Florida, wherein CITIZENS AND
SOUTHERN NATIONAL BANK OF
ORLANDO, is the Plaintiff, and CLEMENT

house in Kissimmee, Osceola County,
Florida, at 11:00 o'clock A.M. on the 18th
day of APRIL 1990 the following described
property as set forth in said Order or Final
Judgment, to wit:

Lot 8, Block B, LAKEVIEW OAKS, accord-
ing to the Plat thereof, as recorded in Plat
Book 2, Page 30, Public Records of Osceola
County, Florida.

i
bi os
ialpatis
ji
fi

under which we are

g assignees, lienors, creditors,

trustees, or other claimants against the
said JACK A. SMITH and MARY LOU
SMITH, his wife.

RESIDENCE: Unknown.

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mortgage on the follow-
ing property in Osceola County, Florida:
Lot 198, INDIAN WELLS UNIT THREE,
according to the Plat thereof, as recorded
in Plat Book 4, at Page 145, 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 CHARLES R.
GEORGE Ill, ESQUIRE, Law Office of
CHARLES R. GEORGE WI, P.A., 201 East
Pine Street, Suite 1402, Orlando, Florida,
and file the original with the Clerk of the
above-styled Court on or before the 23rd
day of APRIL 1990; otherwise a judgment
may be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint. :

WITNESS my hand and seal of this Court
this 13th day of March 1990.

(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
, MEL WILLS, JR.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Rosalind Daniels
ROSALIND DANIELS
As Deputy Clerk
Copy to:

CHARLES R. GEORGE Il
Florida Bar # 216658
Office of:

CHARLES R. GEORGE Ill, PA.
Box

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: Cl 89-3060.
KAUFMAN AND BROAD MORTGAGE
COMPANY, formerly known as:
INTERNATIONAL MORTGAGE
COMPANY,
Plaintiff,

vs.
ORCHID CREEK CONDOMINIUM ASSO-
CIATION INC; FAIZ U. KHAN and ROOHL
A. KHAN, his wife; SUN PARTNERS INC,
a Tennessee corporation,

Defendants

NOTICE OF SALE

NOTICE is hereby given that, pursuant
to the Order or Final Judgment entered on
March 26, 1990, in this cause, in the Circuit
Court of Osceola County, Florida, | will sell
the property situated in Osceola County,
Florida, described as:

Unit Number 2-A, of ORCHID CREEK, a
c RT ing to the Declarats
of Condominium thereof d in Official
Records Book 659, Page 551, and as
amended in Official Records Book 664,

County, Florida.
at public sale to the highest and best bidder
for cash at the East Front Door of the
Osceola County Courthouse in Kissimmee,
Florida, at 11:00 A.M. on APRIL 26, 1990.
DATED at Kissimmee, Osceola County,
Florida, this 28th day of March 1990.
MEL WILLS, JR.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Pam Wilson
PAM WILSON
As Deputy Clerk
Invoice to:
ELKIN & ZAHM, PA.
301 U.S. Highway 19 North
Suite 101 .
Clearwater, Florida 34625
April 5, 12, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
9TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: Cl 89-3055.
CORAL GABLES FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION,
Plaintiff,

vs.

ALMEL DEVELOPMENT

CORPORATION, et al.,
Defendants

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to

a Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated March 26, 1990, and entered in Case
Number Cl 89-3055 of the Circuit Court of
the 9TH Judicial Circuit in and for Osceola”
County, Florida, wherein CORAL GABLES
FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCI-
ATION is Plaintiff, and ALMEL DEVELOP-
MENT CORPORATION, et al., are Defen-
dants, | will sell to the highest bidder for cash
at the East Front Door of the Osceola
County Courthouse in Kissimmee, Florida,
at 11:00 o'clock A.M. on the 25th day of
APRIL 1990, the following described
property as set forth in said Summary Final
Judgment, to wit:
Lot 11, Block 2, THE ALAMO ESTATES,
Unit One, according to the plat thereof as
recorded in Plat Book 4, Pages 26, 27 and
28, Public Records of Osceola County,
Florida.

TOGETHER with all the improvements
now or hereafter erected on the property,
and all rights, app \
rents, royalties, mineral, oil and gas rights
and profits, water, water rights and water
stock, and all fixtures now or hereafter a part
of the property, including replacements and

DATED this 26th day of March 1990.

MEL WILLS, JR.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Pam Wilson
PAM WILSON
As Deputy Clerk
Copies furnished to:
ROGER D. BEAR, ESQUIRE

JAMIE LAYLE DEVO A. HELLER, P.A.
ANDERSON & RUSH

P.O. Box 2288

Orlando, Florida 32802

Telephone: (407) 848-0020

Attorneys for Plaintiff

April 5, 12, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: CI 90-14.
CALIFORNIA FEDERAL BANK, a Federal
Savings Bank, a federally chartered savings
bank (formerly known as CALIFORNIA
FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN

vs.

LARRY G. HARRIS, a/k/a LARRY GENE

HARRIS and ELIZABETH HARRIS,
Defendants

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: LARRY G. HARRIS,
a/k/a LARRY GENE HARRIS

AND ALL OTHERS WHOM IT MAY
CONCERN:

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
foreclose a mortgage on the following
described property located in Osceola
County, Florida:

Unit # 1307, FOXHALL 2, a condominium,
ding to the D ion of Condo-
minium set forth in Official Records Book
807, Page 1700, Public Records of Osceola
County, Florida, together with the appur-
tenances thereto, according to the Declar-
ation and as set forth in Condominium
Exhibit Book 2, Pages 19 through 26, 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 ROBERT D.
WILSON, of Green and Simmons, P.A.,
Plaintiff's attorneys, whose address is Post
Office Box 3310, 125 Northeast First
Avenue, Ocala, Florida 32670, on or before
MAY 10, 1990, and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court either before service on:
Plaintiff's attorney or immediately there-
after; otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in the

Complaint.

WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court on this the 27th day of March 1990.
MEL WILLS, JR.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Shelly Weiss
SHELLY WEISS
As Deputy Clerk

April 5, 12, 19, 26, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NUMBER: DR 90-417.
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
KEITH WILLIS LAWHORN,
Husband/Petitioner,

and

CATHERINE A. LAWHORN,
Wife/Respondent.

TO: CATHERINE A. LAWHORN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has

been filed against you and you are required
toserve a of your written defenses, if

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CIVIL DIVISION NO.: 87-212.
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE
JAMES E. HEISKELL,
Plaintiff,

vs.
JAY W. GITTINGS, et ux, et al.,

Defendants.
AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant
to Summary Final Judgment dated May 12,
1987, and Order dated March 21, 1990,
entered in Civil Division No. 87-212 of the
Circuit Court for Osceola County, Florida,
wherein JAMES E. HEISKELL is the Plain-
iff, and JAY W. GITTINGS and BEATRICE
GITTINGS, his wife: NANCY DIANE JACK-
SON, a single woman; and RAY E. BAN-
NING and EVELYN E. BANNING, his wife,
are Defendants, | will sell to the highest and

best bidder for cash at the EAST DOOR of *

the Osceola County Courthouse at Kissim-
mee, Florida, at 11:00 o'clock A.M. on the
1st day of MAY 1990, the following de-
scribed property as set forth in the said
Summary Final Judgment, to-wit:
Lot 14, KNOB HILL ESTATES, Unit One,
according to the plat thereof, as recorded
in Plat Book 2, Page 180, of the Public
Records of Osceola County, Florida.
DATED this 27th day of March 1990.
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
MEL WILLS, JR.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Osceola County, Florida
By: /s/ Pam Wilson
PAM WILSON
As Deputy Clerk
April 5, 12, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: CI 89-2053.
VOCATIONAL CORPORATION,
a Delaware corporation,
Plaintiff,

vs.
RANDALL E. KENNEDY and KIMBERLY
I. KENNEDY, Tenancy by the Entirety,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that on April 25,
1990, at 11:00 A.M., at the East Front Door
of the Courthouse of Osceola County, at
Kissimmee, Florida, the undersigned Clerk
will offer for sale the following described real
property:
Timeshare Interest consisting of an un-
divided one fifty-first (1/51) interest in fee
simple as tenant in common in and to the
Condominium Parcel identified below,
together with a corresponding undivided
interest in the Common Furnishings which
are appurtenant to such Condominium
Parcel, as well as the exclusive right each
year to use and occupy the Unit within Club
Sevilla, a Condominium (the *‘Project"),
identified below; as well as the Common
Furnishings appurtenant thereto, and the
non-exclusive right to use and enjoy the
Common Elements of the Project, for their
intended purposes, during the specific
Vacation Week set forth below, subject to
the Declaration of Condominium for Club
Sevilla, a Condominium, duly recorded in
the Public Records of Osceola County,
Florida, in the Official Record Book 732, at
Page 467.
Parcel (Unit) Number: 517
Vacation Week Number: 39
The aforesaid sale will be made pursuant
to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure in Civil
Case Number Cl 89-2053 now pending in
the Circuit Court in Osceola County, Florida.
DATED this 30th day of March 1990.
MEL WILLS, JR.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Pam Wilson
PAM WILSON

As Deputy Clerk
April 5, 12, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: CI 89-2066.
VOCATIONAL CORPORATION,
a Delaware corporation,
Plaintiff,

vs.
WILLIE WALTON and
RHONDA L. WALTON, his wife,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that on April 25,
1990, at 11:00 A.M., at the East Front Door
of the Courthouse of Osceola County, at
Kissimmee, Florida, the undersigned Clerk
will offer for sale the following described real
property:
Timeshare Interest consisting of an un-
divided one fifty-first (1/51) interest in fee
simple as tenant in common in and to the
Condominium Parcel identified below,
together with a corresponding undivided
interest in the Common Furnishings which
are appurtenant to such Condominium
Parcel, as well as the exclusive right each
year to use and occupy the Unit within Club
Sevilla, a Condominium (the *‘Project”),
identified below; as well as the Common
Furnishings appurtenant thereto, and the
non-exclusive right to use and enjoy the
Common Elements of the Project, for their
intended purposes, during the specific
Vacation Week set forth below, subject to
the D on of Condominium for Club
Sevilla, a Condominium, duly recorded in
the Public Records of Osceola County,
Florida, in the Official Record Book 732, at
Page 467.
Parcel (Unit) Number: 117
Vacation Week Number: 22
The aforesaid sale will be made pursuant
to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure in Civil
-Case Number CI 89-2066 now pending in
the Circuit Court in Osceola , Florida.
DATED this 30th day of March 1990.
MEL WILLS, JR.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Pam Wilson
PAM WILSON
As Deputy Clerk

April 5, 12, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF

THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF

THE STATE OF FLORIDA,

IN AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY,
CASE

GENERAL ELECTRIC MORTGAGE
SECURITIES CORPORATION,

vs.
LEONARD D. CHAPPELL, et al.,
Defendants.

unty, Florida, will, on
the 26th day of APRIL 1990, at 11:00 A.M.,
the

P 3

al ds Antilles cc
Plainti

vs.
HARRY W. PERRY and VERONICA A.
PERRY, Tenancy by the Entirety,

Defendant(s). .
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that on April 25,

1990, at 11:00 A.M., at the East Front Door
of the Courthouse of Osceola County, at
Kissimmee, Florida, the undersigned Clerk
will offer for sale the following described rea)
property:

Timeshare Interest isting of an un-
divided one fifty-first (1/51) interest in fee
simple as tenant in common in and to the
Condominium Parcel identified below,
together with a corresponding undivided
interest in the Common Furnishings which
are appurtenant to such Condominium
Parcel, as well us the exclusive right each
year to use and occupy the Unit within Club
Sevilla, a Condominium (the Project”),
identified below; as well as the Common
Furnishings appurtenant thereto, and the
non-exclusive right to use and enjoy the
Common Elements of the Project, for their
intended purposes, during the specific
Vacation Week set forth below, subject to
the Declaration of Condominium for Club
Sevilla, a Condominium, duly recorded in
the Public Records of Osceola; County,
Florida, in the Official Record Book 732, at
Page 467.

Parcel (Unit) Number: 327
Vacation Week Number: 21
The aforesaid sale will be made pursuant

* tothe Final Judgment of Foreclosure in Givi

Case Number 88-2439 now pending in the
Circuit Court in Osceola County; Florida.
DATED this 28th day of March 1990.

MEL WILLS, JR.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Pam Wilson
PAM WILSON
As Deputy Clerk
April 5, 12, 1990
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Personal property of the following tenant(s)

will be sold for cash to satisfy rental liens
in accordance with Florida Statutes, Self-
Storage Facility Act, Sections 83-806 and
83-807.

RALPH AQUILLI
Unit # 271, Household Goods
WILLIAM CLARK JR.
Unit # 236, Household Goods
JOHN ALLEYNE
Unit # 226, Household Goods

Auction to be held on APRIL 13, 1990, at
Mill Creek Mini-Storage, 1404 East Vine
Street, Kissimmee, Florida at 5:00 P.M.
Telephone number: 933-8600.

April 5, 12, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR

FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.

CASE NUMBER: Ct90-306.
VOCATIONAL CORPORATION;

VS.
HAROLD IRIZARRY and

Tenancy by the Entirety
De! s)
NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: HAROLD IRIZARRY and
NELLIE |. TALAVERA ¥
RESIDENCE: St. Trina Padilla Sanz #
Arecibo, Puerto Rico 00612

all parties having or claiming to have any
right, title or interest in the property herein
described

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the following property
in Osceola County, Florida:

A Timeshare Interest consisting of an un-
divided one fifty-first (1/51) interest in fee
simple as tenant in common in and to the
Condominium Parcel identified below,
together with a corresponding undivided
interest in the Common Furnishings which
are appurtenant to such Condominium
Parcel, as well as the exclusive right each
year to use and occupy the Unit within Club
Sevilla, a Condominium (the “‘Project”’),
identified below; as well as the Common
Furnishings appurtenant thereto, and the
non-exclusive right to use and enjoy the
Common Elements of the Project, for their
intended purposes, during the specific
Vacation Week set forth below, subject to
the Dx of Condominium for Club

of Osceola County, Florida, in the Official
Record Book 732, at Page 467.
Parcel (Unit) Number: 328
Vacation Week Number: 24
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to iton KURT P. GRUBER,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is 2300
Sun Bank Center, 200 South Orange
Avenue, Orlando, Florida 32801, on or
before APRIL 30, 1990, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either before
service on Plaintiff's attomey or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will be
demanded

DATED on March 23, 1990.
MEL WILLS, JR.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Rosalind Daniels
ROSALIND DANIE

As Deputy Clerk

March 29, 1990 :

April 5, 12, 19, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
GENERAL CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NUMBER: 88-2902.

MILTON SADOFF, Trustee, and

NORMAN M. SEVIN, Trustee,
Plaintiffs,

VS.

HENRY J. MAYES and

INESE MAYES, his wife,
Defendants.

of the Ninth Judicial Circuit in and for
Osceola County, Florida, in which MILTON
SADOFF, Trustee, and NORMAN M.

best bidder for cash at the East Front Door
of the Osceola County Courthouse in Kiss-

APRIL 1990, the following described
property set forth in the Final Judgment:

Public Records of Osceola County,
DATED this 20th day of March 1990.
MEL WILLS, JR.

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Cont. from preceding page

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: Cl 89-2063.

VS.
THOMASINE WILSON, sole )
Defendant(s). Ouner

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: THOMASINE WILSON, sole owner
RESIDENCE: Unknown'
and all parties claiming any interest by,
through, under or against Defen-
dant(s), and all parties having or
Digiming to have any right, title or
interest in the property herein
described pany

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to fore-
close mortgage on the following described
propery in Osceola County, Florida:

Timeshare Interest consisting of an un-
divided one fifty-first (1/51) interest in fee
simple as tenant in common in and to the
Condominium Parcel identified below,
together with a corresponding undivided
interest in the Common Furnishings which
are appurtenant to such Cc Jim
Parcel, as well as the exclusive right each
year to use and occupy the Unit within Club
Sevilla, a Condominium (the *Project”’),
identified below; as well as the Common
Furnishings appurtenant thereto, and the
non-exclusive right to use and enjoy the
Common Elements of the Project, for their
intended purposes, during the specific
Vacation Week set forth below, subject to
the Declaration of Condominium for Club
Sevilla, duly recorded in the Public Records
of Osceola County, Florida, in the Official
Record Book 732, at Page 467.

Parcel (Unit) Number: 411

Vacation Week Number: 2
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on KURT P. GRUBER,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is 2300
Sun Bank Center, 200 South Orange
Avenue, Orlando, Florida 32801, on or
before APRIL 16, 1990, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either before
service on Plaintiff's at or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief demanded
in the Complaint.

DATED on March 7, 1990.

MEL WILLS, JR.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Elizabeth Weidman
ELIZABETH WEIDMAN
As Clerk
March 15, 22, 29, 1990 Depa
April 5, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: CI 90-33.
AVATAR PROPERTIES INC.,
a Florida corporation,
Plaintiff,

vs.
LOUICENE BAPTISTE,
Defendant.

t
NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: LOUICENE BAPTISTE

22 Roosevelt Avenue

Spring Valley, New York 10977

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to

foreclose a mortgage on the following
described property located in Osceola
County, Florida:
Lot 21, Block 570, Village 2, Neighborhood
1, of POINCIANA SUBDIVISION, as per plat
thereof recorded in Plat Book 3 at Page 75
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 NANCY A.
WILKOV, ESQUIRE, Plaintiff's attorney,
whose address is P.O. Box 1030, Gaines-
ville, Florida 32602, or before MAY 7, 1990,
and file the original with the Clerk of this
Court before service on Plaintiff's attorney
or immediately thereafter; otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint or Petition.

WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court on March 29, 1990.

(SEAL)
MEL WILLS, JR.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Elizabeth Weidman
ELIZABETH WEIDMAN
As Deputy Clerk

April 5, 12, 19, 26, 1990

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME STATUTE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

Notice is hereby given that the under-
signed pursuant to the “Fictitious Name
Statute” Chapter 865.09, Florida Statutes
will register with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, in and for Osceola County, Florida
upon receipt of proof of the publication of
this notice, the fictitious name, to wit:
HEALTH CONNECTION
under which we expectto engage in busi-
ness at 3246 Morning Star Court, Kissim-
mee, Florida 34744.

That the parties interested in said busi-
ness enterprise are as follows:

RICHARD T. MARSHALL

KARIN L. MARSHALL

Dated ‘at’ Kissimmee, Osceola County,
Florida, this Sth day of March 1990.

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: ;
Notice is hereby given that the under-

JOHN BEYER
clo ROBERT ALTAR
Dated at Kissimmee, Osceola County,
Florida, this 27th day of March 1990.
April 5, 12, 19, 26, 1980

Florida Statutes, Self-Storage Facility Act,
Sections 83.808 and 679.504(3).

JOHN BREIT
Unit # A-9, Miscellaneous Items
ARNOLD'S FURNITURE
Uriits # A-34 & A-35, Miscellaneous Items
ROXANNE MOYNIHAN
Unit # B-12, Miscellaneous Items

of property to be APRIL 6, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: Cl 89-2767.

SECTION:
AVATAR PROPERTIES INC.,
a Florida corporation,
vs.
RAFEL A. ARTIGA and VANE ARTIGA;
and ASSOCIATION OF POINCIAN
VILLAGES INC.,

A: MEL WILLS, JR.
cus oF THe COUT GOUT
. BEAM WILSON

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.

vs.
A.J. MOORE and K. MOORE,
Tenancy by the Entirety
Defendant(s).
OF ACTION

NOTICE
TO: AJ. MOORE and K. MOORE
Tenancy
RESIDENCE:

t with a corresponding undivided
i in the Common Furnishings which
are appurtenant to such Condominium
Parcel, as well as the exclusive right each
year to use and occupy the Unit within Club
Sevilla Il, a Condominium (the “Project”,
identified below; as well as the Common
Furnishings appurtenant thereto, and the

non-exclusive right to use and enjoy the _

Common Elements of the Project, for their
intended purposes, during the specific
Vacation Week set forth below, subject to
the Declaration of Condominium for Club
Sevilla Il, duly recorded in the Public
Records of Osceola County, Florida, in the
Official Record Book 880, at Page 2067.
Parcel (Unit) Number: 704
Vacation Week Number: 24 ~

has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on KURT P. GRUBER,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is 2300
Sun Bank Center, 200 South Orange
Avenue, Orlando, Florida 32801, on or
before APRIL 30, 1980, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either before
service on Plaintiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will be

demanded

MEL WILLS, JR.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Rosalind Daniels
ROSALIND DANIELS
As Deputy Clerk
March 29, 1990
April 5, 12, 19, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, IN AND
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: Cl! 89-2342.
FIRST FLORIDA BANK,
Plaintiff,

vs.
RONALD GLENN PHAY and
JETTY PHAY, his wife,

NOTICE OF SALE:

NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to the
Final Judgment’ dated March 30, 1990,
entered in Case Number: Cl 89-2342 of the
Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial Circuit,
in and for Osceola County, Florida, wherein
RONALD GLENN PHAY and JETTY PHAY
are the Defendants, that | will sell to the
highest bidder for cash at the EAST FRONT
DOOR of the Osceola County Courthouse
in Kissimmee, Florida, at 11:00 A.M. on
APRIL 30, 1990, the following described
real property as set forth in the Final
Judgment:

Lot 62, (Less the Westerly 20 feet thereof),
SEMINOLE LAND AND INVESTMENT
COMPANY'S (Incorporated) SURVEY of

East, according
in Plat Book "'B"', Page 32, Public Records
of Osceola County, Florida.
DATED this 30th day of March 1990.
MEL WILLS, JR.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Pam Wilson

PAM WILSON
As Deputy Clerk

Roger A. Kelly !

of FOSTER & KELLY

Post Office Box 3587

Orlando, Florida 32802-3587
Florida Bar No.: 284297
Telephone: (407) 423-4000
Attorney for Plaintiff

April 5, 12, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: Cl 88-2477.
VOCATIONAL INC., N.V.,
a Netherlands Antilles corporation,
Plaintiff,

vs.
DEAN C. HOWARD, sole owner,

NOTICE is hereby given that on April 25,
1990, at 11:00 A.M., at the East Front Door
of the Courthouse of Osceola County, at
Kissimmee, Florida, the undersigned Clerk

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH

Chalkiands, Hogs Back Seale
Surrey, England GU101HA

have
right, title or interest in the property herein
described.

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to fore-
close a on the following property
in Osceola , Florida:

A Timeshare Interest consisting of an un-
divided one fifty-first (1/51) interest in fee
simple as tenant in common in and to the
Condominium Parcel identified below,

year to use and occupy the Unit within Club
Sevilla Il, a Condominium (the *‘Project”’),
identified below; as well as the Common
Furnishings appurtenant thereto, and the
non-exclusive right to use and enjoy the
Common Elements of the Project, for their
intended purposes, during the specific
Vacation Week set forth below, subject to
the Declaration of Condominium for Club
Sevilla Il, duly recorded in the Public
Records of Osceola County, Florida, in the
Official Record Book 880, at Page 2067.
Parcel (Unit) Number: 706
Vacation Week Number: 27
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to iton KURT P. GRUBER,
Plaintiff's , whose address is 2300
Sun Bank Center, 200 South Orange
Avenue, Orlando, Florida 32801, on or
before APRIL 30, 1990, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either before
service on Plaintiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief demanded
in the Complaint.
DATED on March 23, 1990.
MEL WILLS, JR.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Rosalind Daniels
ROSALIND DANIELS
As Députy Clerk
March 29, 1990
April 5, 12, 19, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
GENERAL CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NUMBER: CI 90-93.
OSCEOLA GUARANTY MORTGAGE
GROUP INC., a Florida corporation,
Plaintiff,

vs.

FERMIN CARAZO and

ROSELIA CARAZO, his wife,
Defendants.

Kissimmee, Florida 34758

AND

691 Bushwick Avenue

Brooklyn, New York 11221

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an .
action to foreclose a mortgage on the
following property located in Osceola
Florida:

hood 1 West, 1, according to the
Official Plat , as recorded in Plat
Book 3, at 39-62, of the Public

, at Pages
Records of Osceola County, Florida.

JOHN E. McINTEE, ESQUIRE
Hand, Mcintee & Sanchez
241 East Ruby Avenue
Waterfront Square
Kissimmee, Florida 34741
Telephone: (407) 846-6133

prayed for in the above-styled Complaint.
DATED on this 6th day of March 1990.
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
MEL WILLS, JR.
As Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Elizabeth Weidman
ELIZABETH WEIDMAN
As Deputy Clerk
March 15, 22, 29, 1990
April 5, 1980

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: CI 89-2030.
VOCATIONAL CORPORATION,
a Del ation,

will offer for sale the following described real
property:

Timeshare Interest consisting of an un-
divided one fifty-first (1/51) interest in fee
simple as tenant in common in and to the
Condominium Parcel identified below,
together with a corresponding undivided
interest in the Common Furnishings which
are appurtenant to such Condominium
Parcel, as well as the exclusive right each
year to use and occupy the Unit within Club
Sevilla, a Condominium (the ‘‘Project’’),
identified below; as well as the C

Plaintiff,

vs.
CLYDE BOWLES and LINDA GAY
BOWLES, Tenancy by the Entirety,

Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF SALE

NOTICE is hereby given that on April 25,
1990, at 11:00 A.M., at the East Front Door
of the Courthouse of Osceola County, at
Ki , Florida, the undersigned Clerk
will offer for sale the following described real
property:

Furnishings appurtenant thereto, and the
non-exclusive right to use and enjoy the
Common Elements of the Project, for their
intended purposes, during the specific
Vacation Week set forth below, subject to
the Declaration of Condominium for Club
Sevilla, a Condominium, duly recorded in
the Public Records of Osceola County,
Florida, in the Official Record Book 732, at
Page 467.
Parcel (Unit) Number: 112
Vacation Week Number: 45
The aforesaid sale will be made pursuant

Ti Interest isting of an un-
divided one fifty-first (1/51) interest in fee
simple as tenant in common in and to the
Condominium Parcel identified below,
together with a corresponding undivided
interest in the Common Furnishings which
are appurtenant to such Condominium
Parcel, as well as the exclusive right each
year to use and occupy the Unit within Club
Sevilla, a Condominium (the “Project”,
identified below; as well as the Common
Furnishings appurtenant thereto, and the
non-exclusive right to use and enjoy \he
Common Elements of the Project, for their

to the Final Judgment of Fi in Civil

Case Number 88-2477 now pending in the

Circuit Court in Osceola County, Florida.
DATED this 29th day of March 1990.

MEL WILLS, JR.

Clerk of the Circuit Court

By: /s/ Pam
PAM WILSON

As Deputy Clerk
April 5, 12, 1980

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: C| 89-2043.
VOCATIONAL CORPORATION,
a Delaware corporation,
Plaintiff,

vs.
ADRIENNE N. GALLOWAY and LILA A.
McKEE, Tenancy in Common,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that on April 25,
1990, at 11:00 A.M., at the East Front Door
of the Courthouse of Osceola County. a1

wil offer for sale the following described real

property:

Timeshare Interest i of an un-
divided one fifty-first (1/51) interest in fee
simple as tenant in common in and to the
Condominium Parcel identified below,
together with a corre undivided
interest in the Common Furnishings which
are appurtenant to such Condominium
Parcel, as well as the exclusive right each
year to use and occupy the Unit within Club
Sevilla, a Condominium (the '‘Project’’),
identified below; as well as the Common

Records
Florida, in the Official
Page 467.

Case 69-2043 now
the Circuit Court in Osceola f
DATED this 20th day of Mk

purp , during the specific
Vacation Week set forth below, subject to
the Dx of C inium for Club
Sevilla, a C ini duly ded in

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH
JUDICIAL FOR

vs.
STEPHEN MOHAMED, a/k/a S.
; and IRENE MOHAMED,
. Tenancy by the Entirety
8).

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: STEPHEN MOHAMED, a/k/a S.
MOHAMED; and IRENE MOHAMED

all parties having or claiming

right, title or interest in the property herein
described.

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to fore-
close a on the following

in Osceola , Florida:

A Timeshare Interest consisting of an un-
divided one fifty-first (1/51) interest in fee
simple as tenant in common in and to the
Condominium Parcel identified below,
together with a corresponding undivided
interest in the Common Furnishings which
are appurtenant to such Condominium
Parcel, as well as the exclusive right each
year to use and occupy the Unit within Club

Furnishings appurtenant thereto, and the
non-exclusive right to use and enjoy the
Common Elements of the Project, for their
intended purposes, during the specific
Vacation Week set forth below, subject to
the Declaration of Condominium for Club
Sevilla Il, duly recorded in the Public
Records of Osceola County, Florida, in the

Official Record Book 880, at Page 2067.

Parcel (Unit) Number: 603
Vacation Week Number(s): 9 & 10
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to iton KURT P. GRUBER,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is 2300
Sun Bank Center, 200 South Orange
Avenue, Orlando, Florida 32801, on or
before APRIL 30, 1990, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either before
service on Plaintiff's attomey or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief demanded

in the Complaint:
DATED on March 23, 1980.
MEL WILLS, JR.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Elsa D. Castro
ELSA D. CASTRO
As Deputy Clerk
March 29, 1980
April 5, 12, 19, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: CI 90-301.
VOCATIONAL CORPORATION,
a Delaware corporation,
Plaintiff,

vs. :
CHRISTOPHER D. HARDING and
CHERYL A. HARDING,

Tenancy by the Entirety

8).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: CHRISTOPHER D. HARDING and
CHERYL A. HARDING
Tenancy by the Entirety
RESIDENCE: 85 Preston Road
Abington, Oxford, England OX145NG
and all parties claiming any interest by,
through, under or against Defendant(s), and
all parties having or claiming td have any
right, title or interest in the property herein
desc

ribed.

YOU ARE NQEIFIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the following property
in Osceola County, Florida:

A Timeshare Interest consisting of an un-
divided one fifty-first (1/51) interest in fee
simple as tenant in common in and to the
Condominium Parcel identified below,
together with a corresponding undivided
interest in the Common Furnishings which
are appurtenant to such Condominium
Parcel, as well as the exclusive right each
year to use and occupy the Unit within Club
Sevilla, a Condominium (the ‘‘Project”’),
identified below; as well as the Common
Furnishings appurtenant thereto, and the
non-exclusive right to use and enjoy the
Common Elements of the Project, for their
intended purposes, during the specific
Vacation Week set forth below, subject to
the Declaration of Condominium for Club
Sevilla, duly recorded in the Public Records
of Osceola County, Florida, in the Official
Record Book 732, at Page 467.
Parcel (Unit) Number: 117
Vacation Week Number: 8
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on KURT P. GRUBER,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is 2300
Sun Bank Center, 200 South Orange
Avenue, Orlando, Florida 32801, on or
before APRIL 30, 1990, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either before
service on Plaintiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief demanded
in the Complaint.
DATED on March 23, 1990.
MEL WILLS, JR.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Rosalind Daniels
ROSALIND DANIELS
As Deputy Clerk

NS)
March 29, 1990
April 5, 12, 19, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
GENERAL CIVIL DIVISION

CASE NUMBER: CI 90-238.

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: NICHOLAE FAIFAR
5352 West Point
Dearborn Heights, Michigan 48125
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mortgage on the follow-

a Phase Condominium, Phase lil, ing
to the Declaration of Condominium thereof,

the Public Records of Osceola County,
Florida, in the Official Record Book 732, at
Page 467.
Parcel (Unit) Number: 128
Vacation Week Number: 20
The aforesaid sale will be made pursuant

to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure in Civil |,

as ded in Official Records Book 886,
at Page 1061, of the Public Records of
Osceola County, Florida, together with all

Case Number Cl 89-2030 now pending in
the Circuit Court in Osceola , Florida.
DATED this 29th day of March 1990.

MEL WILLS, JR.

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BUSTERS
511 Lakeshore Boulevard, St
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thereto, shall be deemed to be and remain
a part of the property covered by this
Mortgage.
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on:

RONALD M. HAND, ESQUIRE

Hoequist, Hand, Mcintee & Sanchez
' 241 East Ruby Avenue
Waterfront

in the above-styled int.
DATED on this 20th day of March 1990.
L

, 1980
April 5, 12, 19, 1990

IN. THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: CI 90-307.
VOCATIONAL CORPORATION,
a Delaware corporation,
Plaintiff,

vs.
OSCAR SOTO NIEVES and
SYLVIA HERNANDEZ VALENTIN,
Tenancy by the Entirety
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: OSCAR SOTO NIEVES and
SYLVIA HERNANDEZ VALENTIN

RESIDENCE: Post Office Box 3702

Aquidilla, Puerto Rico 00605
and all parties claiming any interest by,
through, under or against Defendant(s), and
all parties having or claiming to have any
right, title or interest in the property herein
described

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the following property
in Osceola County, Florida:

A Timeshare Interest consisting of an un-
divided one fifty-first (1/51) interest in fee
simple as tenant in common in and to the
Condominium Parcel identified below,
together with a corresponding undivided
interest in the Common Furnishings which

Thursday, April 5, 1990, NEWS-GAZETTE, Page B17

Public Notices

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: CI 90-303.
VOCATIONAL CORPORATION,
a Delaware corporation,
Plaintiff,

vs.

MARGARET D. WIDD and

ANDREW G. MACLAURIN

Joint Tenancy with Right of Survivorship,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: MARGARET D. WIDD and

ANDREW G. MACLAURIN
RESIDENCE: 787 A. Childers Road
Gisborne, New Zealand
and all parties claiming any interest by,
through, under or against 8), and
all parties having or claiming to have any
right, title or interest in the property herein

described

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to fore-
close a mort on the following property
in Osceola nty, Florida: .

A Timeshare Interest consisting of an un-
divided one fifty-first (1/51) interest in fee
simple as tenant in common in and to the
Condominium Parcel identified below,

with a corresponding undivided
interest in the Common Furnishings which

are appurtenant to such Conde
Parcel, as well as the exclusive right each
year to use and occupy the Unit within Club
Sevilla Il, a Condominium (the “Project”’),
identified below; as well as the Common
Furnishings appurtenant thereto, and the
non-exclusive right to use and enjoy the
Common Elements of the Project, for their
intended purposes, during the specific
Vacation Week set forth below, subject to
the Declaration of Condominium for Club
Sevilla II, duly recorded in the Public
Records of Osceola County, Florida, in the
Official Record Book 880, at Page 2067.
Parcel (Unit) Number: 804
Vacation Week Number: 32
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on KURT P. GRUBER,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is 2300
Sun Bank Center, 200 South Orange
Avenue, Orlando, Florida 32801, on or
before APRIL 30, 1990, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either before
service on Plaintiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief demanded
in the Complaint.
DATED on March 23, 1990.
MEL WILLS, JR.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Elsa D. Castro
ELSA D. CASTRO
As Deputy Clerk
March 29, 1990
April 5, 12, 19, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL CASE NUMBER: DR 90-339.
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
BRENDA BERRY,
Wife/Petitioner,
and
EDWARD H. BERRY, JR.,
Husband/Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: EDWARD H. BERRY, JR.
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
c/o 301 South McKean Street
Kittanning, Pa. 16201
YOU ARE HEREBY NQTIFIED that an
action for dissolution of marriage has been
filed against you and you are required to
serve a copy of our written defenses, if any,
toiton LETICIA J. MARQUES, Attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 705 West
Emmett Street, Post Office Drawer 422084,
Kissimmee, Florida 34742-2084, and file the
original with the Clerk of the above styled
Court on or before APRIL 16, 1990; other-
wise a judgment may be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the Petition.
WITNESS my hand and official seal of
said Court this 12th day of March 1990.
‘ MEL WILLS, JR.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT .
By: /s/ Rosalind Daniels
ROSALIND DANIELS
As Deputy Clerk

© LETICIA J. MARQUES

Florida Bar No.: 381977
Attorney for Wife

Post Office Drawer 422084
705 West Emmett Street
Kissimmee, Florida 34742-2084
Telephone: (407) 846-0075
March 15, 22, 29, 1990

April 5, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NUMBER: CI 90-308
VOCATIONAL CORPORATION,
a Delaware corporation,
Plaintiff,

vs.
LOUIS CHAISSON, Sole Owner,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: LOUIS CHAISSON, Sole Owner
RESIDENCE: 1469 Rothesay Road

St. John, New Brunswick E2L4B3
and all parties claiming any interest by,
through, under or against Defendant(s), and
all parties having or claiming to have any
right, title or interest in the property herein
described.

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the following property
in Osceola County, Florida:

A Timeshare Interest consisting of an un-
divided one fifty-first (1/51) interest in fee

* simple as tenant in common in and to the

Condominium Parcel identified below,
together with a corresponding undivided
interest in the Common Furnishings which
are appurtenant to such Condominium
Parcel, as well as the exclusive right each
year to use and occupy the Unit within Club
Sevilla Il, a Condominium (the “‘Project’"),
identified below; as well as the Common
Furnishings appurtenant thereto, and the
non-exclusive right to use and enjoy the
Common Elements of the Project, for their
intended purposes, during the specific
Vacation Week set forth below, subject to
the Declaration of Condominium for Club
Sevilla Il; duly recorded in the Public
Records of Osceola County, Florida, in the
Official Record Book 880, at Page 2067.
Parcel (Unit) Number: 808
Vacation Week Number: 12
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to iton KURT P. GRUBER,

are app to such Condominium
Parcel, as well as the exclusive right each
year to use and occupy the Unit within Club
Sevilla, a Condominium (the “Project’’),
identified below; as well as the Common
Furnishings appurtenant thereto, and the
non-exclusive right to use and enjoy the
Common Elements of the Project, for their
intended purposes, during the specific
Vacation Week set forth below, subject to
the Declaration of Condominium for Club
Sevilla, duly recorded in the Public Records
of Osceola County, Florida, in the Official
Record Book 732, at Page 467.
Parcel (Unit) Number: 212
Vacation Week Number: 3
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on KURT P. GRUBER,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is 2300
Sun Bank Center, 200 South Orange
Avenue, Orlando, Florida 32801, on or
before APRIL 30, 1990, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either before
service on Plaintiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief demanded
in the Complaint.
DATED on March 23, 1990.
MEL WILLS, JR.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Rosalind Daniels
ROSALIND DANIELS
As Deputy Clerk
March 29, 1990
April 5, 12, 19, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE

NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND

FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA

GENERAL CIVIL DIVISION

CASE NUMBER: CI 90-237

FIRST CONTINENTAL CORPORATION,
a Florida corporation,

Plaintiff,

vs.
NICOLAE FAIFAR,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: NICHOLAE FAIFAR
5352 West Point
Dearborn Heights; Michigan 48125
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mortgage on the follow-
ing propertyin Osceola County, Florida:
UNIT WEEK NO. 2, of Condominium Parcel
616, of THE SPAS AT RESORT WORLD,
a Phase Condominium, Phase lll, according
to the Declaration of Condominium thereof,
as recorded in Official Records Book 886,
at Page 1061, of the Public Records of
Osceola County, Florida, together with all

.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, dN AND FOR
OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: CI 89-2046.
VOCATIONAL CORPORATION,
a Delaware corporation,
Plaintiff,

VS.
CARLOTA G. GUIMARAES, sole owner,

s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: CARLOTA G. GUIMARAES
RESIDENCE: Unknown
and all parties claiming any interest by,
through, under or against Defen-
dant(s), and all parties having or
claiming to have any right, title or
interest in the property herein
described.

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to fore-
close mortgage on the following described

. property in Osceola County, Florida:

A Timeshare Interest consisting of an un-
divided one fifty-first (1/51) interest in fee
simple as tenant in common in and to the
Condominium Parcel identified below,

gether with a Pp g undivided
interest in the Common Furnishings which

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE

NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND

FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.

CASE NUMBER: Cl 90-246.

AMBER VACATIONS INC.,
Plaintiff,

vs.
DENNIS A. COTTONGIM and
DEBBIE E. COTTONGIM, his wife,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: DENNIS A. COTTONGIM
WHOSE ADDRESS IS:
P.O. Box 48855
Doraville, Georgia 30362

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mortgage on the follow-
ing property in Osceola County, Florida:
Unit Week 36 in Condominium Unit Number
1201 of High Point World Resort, Phase IV,
ing to the Declaration of Condo-
minium thereof, recorded in Official
Records Book 623 at Page 114 through
237, inclusive, in the Public Records of
Osceola County, Florida, and all amend-
ments thereto, if any, until 12:00 noon on
the first Sunday in the year 2001, at which
date the estate shall terminate, together with

are appurtenant to such C ium

inder over in fee simple absolute, as

Parcel, as well as the exclusive right each
year to use and occupy the Unit within Club
Sevilla, a Condominium (the ‘‘Project”’),

a
tenant in common with the other owners of
all the unit weeks in the above described
Condominium in the percentage interest

identified below; as well as the C 1

Furnishings appurtenant thereto, and the
non-exclusive right to use and enjoy the
Common Elements of the Project, for their
intended purposes, during the specific
Vacation Week set forth below, subject to
the Declaration of Condominium for Club
Sevilla, duly recorded in the Public Records
of Osceola County, Florida, in the Official
Record Book 732, at Page 467.
Parcel (Unit) Number: 315
Vacation Week Number: 15

has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on KURT P. GRUBER,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is 2300
Sun Bank Center, 200 Sbuth Orange
Avenue, Orlando, Florida 32801, on or
before APRIL 16, 1990, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either before
service on Plaintiff's attomey or

MEL WILLS, JR.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Elizabeth Weidman
ELIZABETH WEIDMAN
As Deputy Clerk
March 15, 22, 29, 1990
April 5, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: CI 90-246.
AMBER VACATIONS INC.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DENNIS A. COTTONGIM and
DEBBIE E. COTTONGIM, his wife,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: DEBBIE E. COTTONGIM
WHOSE ADDRESS IS:
P.O. Box 48855
Doraville, ia 30362
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mortgage on the follow-
ing property in Osceola County, Florida:
Unit Week 36 in Condominium Unit Number
1201 of High Point World Resort, Phase IV,
according to the Declaration of Condo-
minium thereof, recorded in Official
Records Book 623 at Page 114 through
237, inclusive, in the Public Records of
Osceola County, Florida, and all amend-
ments thereto, if any, until 12:00 noon on
the first Sunday in the year 2001, at which
date the estate shall terminate, together with

the improvements now or hereafter erected
on the property, and all easements, rights,
appurtenances, rents, royalties, mineral, oil
and gas rights and profits, water, water
rights and water stock, and all fixtures,
furniture, and furnishings now or hereafter
in or attached to the property, all of which,
including rep'acements and additions
thereto, shall be deemed to be and remain
a part of the property covered by this
Mortgage.

has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on:

RONALD M. HAND, ESQUIRE
Hoequist, Hand, Mcintee & Sanchez
241 East Ruby Avenue
Waterfront-Square
Kissimmee, Florida 34741
Telephone: (407) 846-6133
Attorney for Plaintiff
on or before APRIL 30, 1990, and file the
original with the Clerk of this Court either
before service on Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise, a default
will be entered against you for the relief
prayed for in the above-styled Complaint.

DATED on this 20th day of March 1990
MEL WILLS, JR.
As Clerk of Circuit Court
By: /s/ Rosalind Daniels
ROSALIND DANIELS.
As Deputy Clerk
March 29, 1990
April 5, 12, 19, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
/ OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: CI 89-2047.
VOCATIONAL CORPORATION,
a Delaware corporation,
Plaintiff,

vs.
RUTH C. GUNTER and .
ROBERT M. GUNTER,
Tenancy by the Entirety,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: RUTH C. GUNTER
RESIDENCE: Unknown
and all parties claiming any interest by,
through, under or against Defen-
dant(s), and all parties having or
claiming to have any right, title or
interest in the property herein
described

'YOU.ARE NOTIFIED that an action to fore-
close mortgage on the following described
property in Osceola County, Florida:

A Timeshare Interest consisting of an un-
divided one fifty-first (1/51) interest in fee
simple as tenant in common in and to the
Condominium Parcel identified below,

Plaintiff's attorney, whose is 2300
Sun Bank Center, 200 South Orange
Avenue, Orlando, Florida 32801, on or
before APRIL 30, 1990, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either before
service on Plaintiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief demanded
in the Complaint.
DATED on March 23, 1990.
MEL WILLS, JR.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Elsa D. Castro
ELSA D. CASTRO
As Deputy Clerk
March 29, 1990
April 5, 12, 19, 1990

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME STATUTE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: *
Notice is hereby given that the under-
pursuant to the “Fictitious Name

Statute” Chapter 865.09, Florida Statutes

will register with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, in and for Osceola County, Florida

gether with a corresp g undivided
interest in the Common Furnishings which
are appurtenant to such Condominium
Parcel, as well as the exclusive right each
year to use and occupy the Unit within Club
Sevilla, a Condominium (the ‘‘Project’’),
identified below; as well as the Common
Furnishings appurtenant thereto, and the
non-exclusive right to use and enjoy the
Common Elements of the Project, for their
intended purposes, during the specific
Vacation Week set forth below, subject to
the Declaration of Condominium for Club

Record Book 732, at Page 467.
Parcel (Unit) Number: 517
Vacation Week Number: 40

has been filed against you and you are

upon receipt of proof of the p ion of
this notice, the fictitious name, to wit:
RAINTREE FOREST NURSERY
under which we expect to engage in busi-
ness at 5873 Jones Road, St. Cloud, Florida
34771.
That the parties interested in said busi-
ness enterprise are as follows:
JOHN W. GIEP
MARY L. GIEP
Dated at Kissimmee, Osceola County,
Florida, this 9th day of March 1990.
March 15, 22, 29, 1990
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tenant in common with the other owners of
all the unit weeks in the above described
Condominium in the percentage interest
determined and established in the Declara-
tion of Condominium.
has been filed against you in the above-
named court and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses, if any, to
it on the Plaintiff's attorney, wh2s2 name
and address is: RAHL & RAHL, F.A., 2951
HIGH POINT BOULEVARD, KISSIMMEE,
FLORIDA 34746, on or before APRIL 30,
1990 and file the original with the Clerk of
this Court either before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately thereafter, other-
wise a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of said
Court on March 21, 1990
MEL WILLS, JR.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Kimberly Udstad
KIMBERLY UDSTAD
As Deputy Clerk
March 29, 1990
April 5, 12, 19, 1980

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
GENERAL CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NUMBER: CI 88-3083.
NCNB NATIONAL BANK OF FLORIDA,
a National Banking Corporation,
Plaintiff,

vs.
FLOYD McCLELLAN, a single person;
and MARGARET M. CAMERON,
f/ik/a MARGARET M. McCLELLAN,
a single person,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION-PROPERTY

TO: FLOYD McCLELLAN

458 Creekwood Drive

Orlando, Florida 32809-7233

(Last known address)

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose the following property in
Osceola County, Florida:

The West 125 feet of Block 15, Lying North
of Highway 17-92, CAMPBELL CITY,
according to the Plat thereof as recorded
in Plat Book A, Page 30, Public Records of
Osceola County, Florida, together with S 2
of Lanier Avenue.
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it, on the Plaintiff's
attorney, whose address is:
JOSEPH R. FRITZ, P.A.
Joseph R. Fritz, Esquire a
4204 North Nebraska Avenue
Tampa, Florida 33603
Telephone: (813) 237-4646
on or before APRIL 30, 1990, and file the
original with the Clerk of this Court either
before service on plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
DATED March 19, 1990.
MEL WILLS, JR.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: (

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As Deputy Clerk
March 29, 1990
April 5, 12, 19, 1990

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tion of Condominium.
has been filed against you in the above-
named court and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses, if any, to
it on the Plaintiff's attomey, whose name
and address is: RAHL & RAHL, P.A., 2951
HIGH POINT BOULEVARD, KISSIMMEE,
FLORIDA 34748, on or before APRIL 30,
1990 and file the original with the Clerk of
this Court either before service on Plaintiff's
y or i diately thereafter, other-
wise a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the complaint or

petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of said
Court on March 21, 1990
MEL WILLS, JR.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Kimberly Udstad
KIMBERLY UDSTAD
As Deputy Clerk
March 29, 1990
April 5, 12, 19, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR

FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.

CASE NUMBER: Cl 89-2287.

VOCATIONAL CORPORATION,

a Delaware corporation,
Plaintiff,

vs. '
TOMMY L. THOMPSON, Sole Ownen,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that on April 25,
1990, at 11:00 A.M., at the East Front Door
of the Courthouse of Osceola County, at
Kissimmee, Flerida, the undersigned Clerk
will offer for the following described real
property:
Timeshare Interest consisting of an un-
divided one fifty-first (1/51) interest in fee
simple as tenant in common in and to the
Condominium Parcel identified below,
together with a corresponding undivided
interest in the Common Furnishings which
are appurtenant to such Condominium
Parcel, as well as the exclusive right each
year to use and occupy the Unit within Club
Sevilla, a Condominium (the “Project"),
identified below; as well as the Common
Furnishings appurtenant thereto, and the
non-exclusive right to use and enjoy the
Common Elements of the Project, for their
intended purposes, during the specific
Vacation Week set forth below, subject to
the Declaration of Condominium for Club
Sevilla, a Condominium, duly recorded in
the Public Records of Osceola County,
Florida, in the Official Record Book 732, at
Page 467.
Parcel (Unit) Number: 1256
Vacation Week Number: 50
The aforesaid sale will be made pursuant
to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure in Civil
Case Number Cl 89-2287 now pending in
the Circuit Court in Osceola County, Florida.
DATED this 30th day of March 1990.
MEL WILLS, JR.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Pam Wilson
PAM WILSON
As Deputy Clerk
April 5, 12, 1990 x

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR

OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.

GENERAL CIVIL DIVISION

CASE NUMBER: Cl 89-2901.

FLOYD DUNN,
Plaintiff,

JAY KENNETH BURKHOLDER,
FRANKLIN D. SHUBERT, et al.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: SILAS ROY REYNOLDS, JESSIE LEE
REYNOLDS, GERALD R. ARNEY,
MARY ELLEN ARNEY, and all parties
claiming interest by, through, under or
against each of said Defendants, and
all parties having or claiming to have
any right, title or interest in the property
herein described

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
Quiet Title on the following described
property in Osceola County, Florida:

A portion of NEPTUNE SHORES SUB-
DIVISION No. 1, according to the official plat
thereof as filed and recorded in Plat Book
2, Page 14, Public Records of Osceola
, Florida, described as: Beginning at
the Northwest corner of Lot 39, LAGO
VISTA SUBDIVISION; run thence North 55
feet; run thence East 280 feet; run thence
South 165 feet to the Northeast comer of
Lot 6; run thence West 140 feet; run thence
North 110 feet; run thence West 140 feet
to the Point of Beginning; said lands lying
in Section 25, Township 25 South, Range
29 East, 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 R. STEPHEN
MILES JR., ESQUIRE, Miles and Cumbiie,
P.A., Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is
4305 Neptune Road, St. Cloud,
34769, on or before APRIL 16, 1990, and
file the original with the Clerk of this Court
either before service on Plaintiff's attorney
or immediately thereafter, otherwise a

March 15, 22, 29, 1990
April 5, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR

FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: CI 89-2041.
VOCATIONAL CORPORATION,

vs.
ENRICO P. DEVENECIA and SUSANA A.
DIAZ, Tenancy in Common,

NOTICE is hereby given that on April 25,
1990, at 11:00 A.M., at the East Front Door



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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
NINTH JUDIGIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: CI 90-247
AMBER VACATIONS INC.
Plaintiff,
v8.
PETER J. WEIS and
LE-ELLEN M. WEIS, his wife,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: LE-ELLEN M. WEIS
WHOSE ADDRESS IS: UNKNOWN
. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mortgage on the follow-
ing property in Osceola County, Florida:
Unit Week 49 in Condominium Unit Number
6086 of High Point World Resort, Phase iI,

0 to the Declaration of Condo
minium thereof, recorded in Official
Records Book 752 at Page 2568 through
2718, inclusive, in the Public Records of
Osceola County, Florida, and all amend-
ments thereto, if any, until 12:00 noon on
the first Sunday in the year 2001, at which
date the estate shall terminate, together with
a remainder over in fee simple absolute, as
tenant in common with the other owners of
all the unit weeks in the above described
Condominium in the percentage interest
determined and established in the Declara-
tion of Condominium.
has been filed against you in the above-
named court and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses, if any, to
it on the Plaintiff's attorney, whose name
and address is: RAHL & RAHL, P.A., 2951
HIGH POINT BOULEVARD, KISSIMMEE,
FLORIDA 34748, on or before APRIL 30,
1980 and file the original with the Clerk of
this Court either before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately thereafter, other-
wise a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.

WITNESS my hand and the seal of said
Court on March 21, 1990

MEL WILLS, JR

Clerk of the Circuit Court

By: /s/ Kimberly Udstad

KIMBERLY UDSTAD

. As Deputy Clerk
March 29, 1990

April 5, 12, 19, 1990

h IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NUMBER: CI 89-2038
VOCATIONAL CORPORATION,
a Delaware corporation,
Plaintiff,

v8.

JAMES W. CRAWFORD and FRANCES L

CRAWFORD, a/k/a Frances Gooding

Crawford, Tenancy by the Entirety,
Defendant

(s).
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that on April 25,
1990, at 11:00 A.M., at the East Front Door
of the Courthouse of Osceola County, at
Kissimmee, Florida, the undersigned Clerk
will offer for sale the following described real
property:
Timeshare Interest consisting of an un-
divided one fifty-first (1/51) interest in fee
simple as tenant in common in and to the
Condominium Parcel identified below,
together with a corresponding undivided
interest in the Common Furnishings which
are appurtenant to such Condominium
Parcel, as well as the exclusive right each
year to use and occupy the Unit within Club
Sevilla, a Condominium (the Project”),
identified below; as well as the Common
Furnishings appurtenant thereto, and the
non-exclusive right to use and enjoy the
Common Elements of the Project, for their
intended purposes, during the specific
Vacation Week set forth below, subject to
the Declaration of Condominium for Club
Sevilla, a Condominium, duly recorded in
the Public Records of Osceola County,
Florida, in the Official Record Book 732, at
Page 467.
Parcel (Unit) Number: 112
Vacation Week Number: 03
The aforesaid sale will be made pursuant
to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure in Civil
Case Number CI 89-2038 now pending in
the Circuit Court in Osceola County, Florida
DATED this 29th day of March 1990
MEL WILLS, JR
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Pam Wilson
PAM WILSON
As Deputy Clerk
April 5, 12, 1990

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME STATUTE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

Notice is hereby given that the under-
signed pursuant to the ‘‘Fictitious Name
Statute’ Chapter 865.09, Florida Statutes
will register with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, in and for Osceola County, Florida
upon receipt of proof of the publication of
this notice, the fictitious name, to wit
QUALITY INN MAINGATE WEST
under which we expect to engage in busi-
ness at 7675 West Irlo Bronson Memorial
Highway, Kissimmee, Florida 34746, in the
City of Kissimmee, Florida.

That the party interested in said business
enterprise is as follows:

SEVEN EIGHT SIX PROPERTIES INC

By: /s/ Terry M. Shaikh

TERRY M. SHAIKH

Vice President

Dated at Orlando, Orange County, Florida,
March 22, 1990.

April 5, 12, 19, 26, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE

NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND

FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA

GENERAL CIVIL DIVISION

CASE NUMBER: Cl 90-236

FIRST CONTINENTAL CORPORATION,
a Florida corporation,

vs.
JEFFREY S. RICKEL and
ANITA L. RICKEL, his wife,

224 West 4th Street
Ashland, Ohio 44805

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NUMBER: 90-245.
AMBER VACATIONS INC.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
F.M. EBANKS and
LUCYLEE V. EBANKS, his wife,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: LUCYLEE V. EBANKS
WHOSE ADDRESS IS:
P.O. Box 58 N. Side
Grand Cayman, BWI Cayman Islands
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mortgage on the follow-
ing property in Osceola County, Florida:
Unit Week(s) 36 and 37 in Condominium
Unit Number 506 of High Point World
Resort, Phase II, according to the Declara-
tion of Condominium thereof, recorded in
Official Records Book 685 at Page 123
through 269, inclusive, in the Public
Records of Osceola County, Florida, and all
amendments thereto, if any, until 12:00
noon on the first Saturday in the year 2001,
at which date the estate shall terminate,
together with a remainder over in fee simple
absolute, as tenant in common with the
other owners of all the unit weeks in the
above described Condominium in the per-
centage interest determined and estab-
lished in the Declaration of Condominium.
has been filed against you in the above-
named court and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses, if any, to
it on the Plaintiff's attorney, whose name
and address is: RAHL & RAHL, P.A., 2951
HIGH POINT BOULEVARD, KISSIMMEE,
FLORIDA 34746, on or before APRIL 30,
1990 and file the original with the Clerk of
this Court either before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately thereafter, other-
wise a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the seal of said
Court on March 21, 1990
MEL WILLS, JR
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Kimberly Udstad
KIMBERLY UDSTAD
As Deputy Clerk
March 29, 1990
April 5, 12, 19, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NUMBER: 90-245.
AMBER VACATIONS INC.,
Plaintiff,

vs
F.M. EBANKS and
LUCYLEE V. EBANKS, his wife,
Defendants
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: F.M. EBANKS,
WHOSE ADDRESS IS:
P.O. Box 58 N. Side
Grand Cayman, BWI Cayman Islands
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mortgage on the follow-
ing property in Osceola County, Florida:
Unit Week(s) 36 and 37 in Condominium
Unit Number 506 of High Point World
Resort, Phase Il, according to the Declara-
tion of Condominium thereof, recorded in
Official Records Book 685 at Page 123
through 269, inclusive, in the Public
Records of Osceola County, Florida, and all
amendments thereto, if any, until 12:00
noon on the first Saturday in the year 2001,
at which date the estate shall terminate,
together with a remainder over in fee simple
““absolute, as tenant in common with the
other owners of all the unit weeks in the
above described Condominium in the per-
centage interest determined and estab-
lished in the Declaration of Condominium
has been filed against you in the above-
named court and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses, if any, to
it on the Plaintiff's attorney, whose name
and address is: RAHL & RAHL, P.A., 2951
HIGH POINT BOULEVARD, KISSIMMEE,
FLORIDA 34746, on or before APRIL 30,
1990 and file the original with the Clerk of
this Court either before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately thereafter, other-
wise a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the seal of said
Court on March 21, 1990
MEL WILLS, JR
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Kimberly Udstad
KIMBERLY UDSTAD
As Deputy Clerk
March 29, 1990
April 5, 12, 19, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NUMBER: Cl 89-2668
AMBER VACATIONS INC,
Plaintiff,

vs
IVAN PIERRE and
VIVIAN PIERRE, his wife,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: VIVIAN PIERRE
WHOSE ADDRESS IS: UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mortgage on the follow-
ing property in Osceola County, Florida
Unit Week 31 in Condominium Unit Number
1001 of High Point World Resort, Phase IV,
according to the Declaration of Condo-
minium- thereof, recorded in Official
Records Book 623 at Page 114 through
237, inclusive, in the Public Records of
Osceola County, Florida, and all amend-
ments thereto, if any, until 12:00 noon on
the first Sunday in the year 2001, at which
date the estate shall terminate, together with
a remainder over in fee simple absolute, as
tenant in common with the other owners of
all the unit weeks in the above described
Condominium in the percentage interest
determined and established in the Declara-
tion of Condominium.
has been filed against you in the above-
named court and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses, if any, to
it on the Plaintiff's attorney, whose name
and address is: RAHL & RAHL, PA, 2951
HIGH POINT BOULEVARD, KISSIMMEE,
FLORIDA 34746, on or before APRIL 30,
1990 and file the original with the Clerk of
this Court either before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately thereafter, other-
wise a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of said
Court on March 21, 1990
MEL WILLS, JR
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Kimberly Udstad
KIMBERLY UDSTAD
As Deputy Clerk
March 29, 1990
April 5, 12, 19, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: C| 89-2668.
AMBER VACATIONS INC,
Plaintiff,

vs.
IVAN PIERRE and
VIVIAN PIERRE, his wife,

Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: IVAN PIERRE
WHOSE ADDRESS IS: UNKNOWN

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mortgage on the follow-
ing property in Osceola County, Florida:
Unit Week 31 in Condominium Unit Number
1001 of High Point World , Phase IV,

to the De ion of Condo-

minium thereof, recorded in Official
Records Book 623 at Page 114 through

237, inclusive, in the Public Records of
Osceola County, Florida, and all amend-
ments thereto, if any, until 12:00 noon on
the first Sunday in the year 2001, at which

tenant in common with the other owners of
all the unit weeks in the above described
Cor A

it on the Plaintiff's attorney, whose name
and address is: RAHL & RAHL, PA, 29051
HIGH POINT BOULEVARD, KISSIMMEE,

petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of said
Court on March 21, 1980

ORDINANCE NO. 90-DD

Notice is hereby given that the City
Council of the City of St. Cloud, Florida at
a meeting to be held on APRIL 12, 1990 in
their Chamber at City Hall, 1300 Ninth
Street, St. Cloud, Florida at 6:30 P.M. will
consider the enactment of ORDINANCE
NO. 90-DD.

AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING UNI-
FORM REQUIREMENTS FOR DIRECT
AND INDIRECT CONTRIBUTORS INTO
THE WASTEWATER COLLECTION AND
TREATMENT SYSTEM; ESTABLISHING
OBJECTIVES, DEFINITIONS AND
ABBREVIATIONS; ESTABLISHING
DISCHARGE PROHIBITIONS; ADOPTING
FEDERAL CATEGORICAL PRETREAT-
MENT STANDARDS AND MODIFICA-
TIONS THERETO; SETTING POLLUTANT
LIMITATIONS; ADOPTING STATE
REQUIREMENTS MORE STRINGENT
THAN FEDERAL; RETAINING THE RIGHT
OF REVISION; PROHIBITING EXCES-
SIVE DISCHARGE AND REGULATING
ACCIDENTAL DISCHARGES; PROVID-
ING FOR ADMINISTRATION PERMITS,
INFORMATION AND MODIFICATION
CONDITIONS, DURATION AND TRANS-
FER THEREOF; ESTABLISHING
REPORTING REQUIREMENTS FOR
PERMITTEES INCLUDING COMPLIANCE
REPORTS, MONITORING FACILITIES,
INSPECTION SAMPLINGS, AND PRE-
TREATMENT; DEFINING CONFIDENTIAL
INFORMATION; REQUIRING CONNEC-
TIONS AND EXEMPTS THEREFROM;
PROVIDING FOR THE ENFORCEMENT
OF THE PROVISIONS OF THIS INSTRU-
MENT; INCLUDING REVOCATION OF
PERMIT; SHOW CAUSE HEARING;
APPLICATION TO THE COURTS; CIVIL
PENALTIES; SETTING PENALTIES; PRO-

. VIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; REPEAL OF
CONFLICTING CODES AND ORDI-
NANCES; AND ESTABLISHING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.

Interested parties may appear at the
meeting at which time this Ordinance is to
be considered and shall be heard with
respect to the proposed Ordinance at the
Public Hearing thereon. This Ordinance in
its entirety can be previewed at the City
Manager's office between the hours of 8:00
AM. and 12:00 Noon and between 1:00
P.M. and 5:00 P.M. Monday through Friday
March 29, 1990
April 5, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NUMBER: CI 90-248
AMBER VACATIONS INC,
Plaintiff,
vs.
THOMAS HAMILTON and
HEATHER V. HAMILTON, his wife,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: THOMAS HAMILTON
WHOSE ADDRESS IS: UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mortgage on the follow-
ing ‘property in Osceola County, Florida
Unit Week 48 in Condominium Unit Number
1203 of High Point World Resort, Phase IV,
according to the Declaration of Condo-
minium thereof, recorded in Official
Records Book 623 at Page 114 through
237, inclusive, in the Public Records of
Osceola County, Florida, and all amend-
ments thereto, if any, until 12:00 noon on
the first Sunday in the year 2001 at which
date the estate shall terminate, together with
a remainder over in fee simple absolute, as
tenant in common with the other owners of
all the unit weeks in the above described
Condominium in the percentage interest
determined and established in the Declara-
tion of Condominium.
has been filed against you in the above-
named court and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses, if any, to
it on the Plaintiff's attorney, whose name
and address is: RAHL & RAHL, PA, 2951
HIGH POINT BOULEVARD, KISSIMMEE,
FLORIDA 34746, on or before APRIL 30,
1990 and file the original with the Clerk of
this Court either before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately thereafter, other-
wise a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the seal of said
Court on March 21, 1990
MEL WILLS, JR
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Kimberly Udstad
KIMBERLY UDSTAD
As Deputy Clerk
March 29, 1990
April 5, 12, 19, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NUMBER: CI 90-248
AMBER VACATIONS INC,
Plaintiff,
vs
THOMAS HAMILTON and
HEATHER V. HAMILTON, his wife,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: HEATHER V. HAMILTON
WHOSE ADDRESS IS: UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mortgage on the follow-
ing property in Osceola County, Florida
Unit Week 48 in Condominium Unit Number
1203 of High Point World Resort, Phase IV,
according to the Declaration of Condo-
minium thergof, recorded in Official
Records Book 623 at Page 114 through
237, inclusive, in the Public Records of
Osceola County, Florida, and all amend-
ments thereto, if any, until 12:00 noon on
the first Sunday in the year 2001, at which
date the estate shall terminate, together with
a remainder over in fee simple absolute, as
tenant in common with the other owners of
all the unit weeks in the above described
Condominium in the percentage interest
determined and established in the Declara-
tion of Condominium.
has been filed against you in the above-
named court and you are required to serve
a copy’of your written defenses, if any, to
it on the Plaintiff's attorney, whose name
and address is: RAHL & RAHL, PA, 2951
HIGH POINT BOULEVARD, KISSIMMEE,
FLORIDA 34746, on or before APRIL 30,
1990 and file the original with the Clerk of
this Court either before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately thereafter, other-
wise a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the complaint or
petition. >
WITNESS my hand and the seal of said
Court on March 21, 1990
MEL WILLS, JR
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Kimberly Udstad
KIMBERLY UDSTAD

As Deputy Clerk
March 29, 1990
April 5, 12, 19, 1990
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE

NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: CI 90-247.
AMBER VACATIONS INC,
Plaintiff, *

vs.

PETER J. WEIS and

LE-ELLEN M. WEIS, his wife,
Defendant

ts.
NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: PETER J. WEIS
WHOSE ADDRESS IS: UNKNOWN

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mortgage on the follow-
ing property in Osceola County, Florida:
Unit Week 49 in Condominium Unit Number
606 of High Point World Resort, Phase Ill,

ing to the Declaration of Condo-

minium thereof, recorded in Official
Records Book 752 at Page 2568 through
2718, inclusive, in the Public Records of
Osceola County, Florida, and all amend-
ments thereto, if any, until 12:00 noon on
the first Sunday in the year 2001, at which
date the estate shall terminate, together with
a remainder over in fee simple absolute, as
tenant in common with the other owners of

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
GENERAL CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NUMBER: CI 90-241.
FIRST CONTINENTAL CORPORATION,
a Florida corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROBERT B. WHITLOCK JR., and
ROSANNA M. WHITLOCK, his wife,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: ROBERT B. WHITLOCK, JR.
13112 Haddock Road
Woodbridge, Virginia 22193
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an
action to a mortgage on the follow-
ing property in Osceola County, Florida:
UNITWEEK NO. 25, of Condominium Unit
Number 603, of THE SPAS AT RESORT
WORLD, a Phase Condominium, Phase |,
according to the Declaration of Condo-
minium thereof, as recorded in Official
Records Book 886, at Page 1061, of the
Public Records of Osceola County, Florida,
TOGETHER with all the improvements now
or hereafter erected on the property, and all
ts, rights, app rents,
royalties, mineral, oil and gas rights and
profits, water, water rights and water stock,
and all fixtures, furniture, and furnishings
now or hereafter in or attached to the
property, all of which, including
ments and additions thereto, shall be
deemed to be and remain a part of the
property covered by this mortgage.
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on:

RONALD M. HAND, ESQUIRE
Hoequist, Hand, Mcintee & Sanchez
241 East Ruby Avenue
Waterfront Square
Kissimmee, Florida 34741
Telephone: (407) 846-6133
Attorney for Plaintiff
on or before APRIL 30, 1990, and file the
original with the Clerk of this Court either
before service on Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise, a default
will be entered against you for the relief
prayed for in the abo Complaint.
DATED on this 20th day of March 1990.

MEL WILLS, JR.

As Clerk of Circuit Court
By: /s/ Rosalind Daniels
ROSALIND DANIELS
As Deputy Clerk

March 29, 1990
April 5, 12, 19, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: CI 89-2288.
VOCATIONAL CORPORATION,
a Delaware corporation,
Plaintiff.
vs
ANGELO C. VICCHIOLLO and KATHRYN
J. VICCHIOLLO, Tenancy by the Entirety,
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that on April 25,
1990. at 11:00 A.M., at the East Front Door
of the Courthouse of Osceola County, at
Kissimmee, Florida, the undersigned Clerk
will offer for sale the following described real
property
Timeshare Interest consisting of an un-
divided one fifty-first (1/51) interest in fee
simple as tenant in common in and to the
Condominium Parcel identified below,
together with a corresponding undivided
interest in the Common Furnishings which
are appurtenant to such Condominium
Parcel, as well as the exclusive right each
year to use and occupy the Unit within Club
Sevilla Il, a Condominium (the *'Project”’),
identified below; as well as the Common
Furnishings appurtenant thereto, and the
non-exclusive right to use and enjoy the
Common Elements of the Project, for their
intended purposes, during the specific
Vacation Week set forth below, subject to
the Declaration of Condominium for Club
Sevilla Il, a Condominium, duly recorded in
the Public Records of Osceola County,
Florida, in the Official Record Book 880, at
Page 2067
Parcel (Unit) Number: 1004
Vacation Week Number: 50
The aforesaid sale will be made pursuant
to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure in Civil
Case Number CI 89-2288 now pending in
the Circuit Court in Osceola County, Florida
DATED this 30th day of March 1990
MEL WILLS, JR
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Pam Wilson
PAM WILSON
As Deputy Clerk
April 5, 12, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
GENERAL CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NUMBER: Cl 90-241.
FIRST CONTINENTAL CORPORATION,
a Florida corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROBERT B. WHITLOCK JR., and
ROSANNA M. WHITLOCK, his wife,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: ROSANNA M. WHITLOCK
13112 Haddock Road
Woodbridge, Virginia 22193
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mortgage on the follow-
ing property in Osceola County, Florida:
UNIT WEEK NO. 25, of Condominium Unit
Number 603, of THE SPAS AT RESORT
WORLD, a Phase Condominium, Phase |,
according to the Declaration of Condo-
minium thereof, as recorded in Official
Records Book 886, at Page 1061, of the
Public Records of Osceola County, Florida,
TOGETHER with all the improvements now
or hereafter erected on the property, and all
ts, rights, appur , rents,
royalties, mineral, oil and gas rights and
profits, water, water rights and water stock,
and all fixtures, furniture, and furnishings
now or hereafter in or attached to the
property, all of which, including
ments and additions thereto, shall be
deemed to be and remain a part of the
property covered by this mortgage.
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on:

RONALD M. HAND, ESQUIRE
Hoequist, Hand, Mcintee & Sanchez
241 East Ruby Avenue
Waterfront Square
Kissimmee, Florida 34741
Telephone: (407) 846-6133
Attorney for Plaintiff
on or before APRIL 30, 1990, and file the
original with the Clerk of this Court either
before service on Plaintiff's attorney or
i diately thereafter; ise, a default
will be entered against you for the relief
prayed for in the above-styled int.
DATED on this 20th day of March 1990.

MEL WILLS, JR.

As Clerk of Circuit Court
By: /s/ Rosalind Daniels
ROSALIND DANIELS
As Deputy Clerk

March 29, 1990
April 5,.12, 19, 1990

-

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE

NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND

FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.

GENERAL CIVIL DIVISION

CASE NUMBER: CI 90-239.

FIRST CONTINENTAL CORPORATION,
a Florida corporation,

Plaintiff,

vs.

LAWRENCE ROBERSON and

ARLETTA ROBERSON, his wife,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: LAWRENCE ROBERSON
38 Lacascata

UNIT WEEK NO. 41, of Condominium Unit
Number 419, of THE OAKS AT RESORT

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE

NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND

OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.

GENERAL CIVIL DIVISION

CASE NUMBER: Cl 90-240.

FIRST CONTINENTAL CORPORATION,
a Florida corporation,

Plaintiff,

Vs.
DAVID T. WYSOCKI,
it.

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: DAVID T. WYSOCKI
133 Elm Street

Hatfield, Massachusetts 01038
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an

Records Book 813, at Page 412, of the Public Records of Osceola County, Florida,
Public Records of Osceola ,Florida, TOGETHER with all the improvements now
TOGETHER with all the imp now or hereaft d on the property, and all
or hereafter erected onthe property, and all easements, rents,

pp , rents, royalties, mineral, oil and gas rights and

RONALD M. HAND, ESQUIRE
Hoequist, Hand, Mcintee & Sanchez
241 East Ruby Avenue
Waterfront Square
Kissimmee, Florida 34741
Telephone: (407) 846-6133
Attorney for Plaintiff
on or before APRIL 30, 1990, and file the

MEL WILLS, JR.
As Clerk of Circuit Court
By: /s/ Rosalind Daniels
ROSALIND DANIELS
As Deputy Clerk
March 29, 1990
April 5, 12, 19, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: CI 88-2458.
VOCATIONAL INC, N.V.,
a Netherlands Antilles corporation,
Plaintiff,

vs.
JAMES BROWN and DOROTHY BROWN,
Tenancy by the Entirety,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that on April 25,

1990, at 11:00 A.M., at the East Front Door
of the Courthouse of Osceola County, at
Kissimmee, Florida, the undersigned Clerk
will offer for sale the following described real
property:

Timeshare Interest consisting of an un-
divided one fifty-first (1/51) interest in fee
simple as tenant in common in and to the
Condominium Parcel identified below,
together with a cor ding undivided

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN ANp
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA. FOR OSCEOLA Ci , FLORIDA,
GENERAL CIVIL DIVISION GENERAL CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NUMBER: Cl 90-236. CASE NUMBER; C| 90-239
FIRST CONTINENTAL CORPORATION, FIRST CONTINENTAL CORI TION
a Florida corporation, a Florida 3 i
Plaintiff, Plaintiff,
VS. VS.
JEFFREY 8S. RICKEL and LAWRENCE ROBERSON and
ANITA L. RICKEL, his wife, ARLETTA ROBERSON, his wife,
NOTICE OF ACTION NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: JEFFREY S. RICKEL TO: ARLETTA ROBERSON
224 West 4th Street 38 Lacascata
, Ohio Clementon, New Jersey 08021
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mortgage on the follow- action to forecicse a onthe follow-

mortgage
ing property in Osceola County, Florida:
UNIT WEEK NO. 41, of Condominium Unt
Number 419, of THE OAKS AT RESORT

WORLD, a Condominium, Vi, WORLD, a Phase Condominium, Phase i
according to the Declaration of Condo- ding to the Declaration of Condo.
minium thereof, as recorded in Official minium thereof, as in Official

Public Records of A Public Records of Osc , Florida,
TOGETHER with all the improvements now TOGETHER with all the improvements now
or hereafter erected on the property, and all or hereafter erected on the property, and all
easements, , rents, , rights, , rents,
royalties, mineral, oil and gas rights and royalties, mineral, oil and gas rights and

property, all of which, includ ace-
ments and additions ig fii be

defenses, if any, to it on:
RONALD M. HAND, ESQUIRE
Hoequist, Hand, Mcintee & Sanchez
241 East Ruby Avenue
aterfron!

Wi t
, Florida 34741
Telephone: (407) 846-6133
for Plaintiff

prayed for in the above-styled Complaint.
DATED on this 20th day of March 1990.
MEL WILLS, JR.

ROSALIND DANIELS
As Deputy Clerk
March 29, 1990
April 5, 12, 19, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
FOR'OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: Cl 89-2035.
VOCATIONAL CORPORATION,
a Delaware corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DAVID M. CHAMBERLAIN and
CAROLYN M. CHAMBERLAIN,
Tenancy by the Entirety,
8). s
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that on April 25,
1990, at 11:00 A.M., at the East Front Door
the

Kissi Florida, the undersigned Clerk
will offer for sale the following described real
property:

Timeshare Interest consisting of an un-
divided one fifty-first (1/51) interest in fee
simple as tenant in common in and to the
Condominium Parcel identified below,

interest in the Common Furnishings which

with a corresponding undivided

defenses, if any, to it on:

RONALD M. HAND, ESQUIRE RONALD M. HAND, ESQUIRE
Mek & Sanchez ist, Hand, Mcl & Sanch

Hoequist, Hand, Hoeq 5
241 East Ruby Avenue 241 East Ruby Avenue
Waterfront Waterfront

Kissimmee, Florida 34741
Telephone: (407) 846-6133
Attorney for Plaintiff
on or before APRIL 30, 1990, and file the
original with the Clerk of this Court either
before service on Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise, a default
will be entered against you for the relief

will be entered st you for the relief

prayed for in the abo Complaint. prayed for in the above-styled Complaint.
DATED on this 20th day of March 1990. DATED on this 20th day of March 1990.
MEL WILLS, JR. MEL WILLS, JR
As Clerk of Circuit Court As Clerk of Circuit Court
By: /s/ Rosalind Daniels By: /s/ Rosalind Daniels
ROSALIND DANIELS ROSALIND DANIELS
As Deputy Clerk As Deputy Clerk

March 29, 1990 March 29, 1990

April 5, 12, 19, 1980 April 5, 12, 19, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.

CASE NUMBER: Cl 89-2052. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH

VOCATIONAL CORPORATION, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
a Delaware corporation, FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Plaintiff, CASE NUMBER: CI 89-2062
vs. VOCATIONAL CORPORATION,
JEROME JONES, sole owner, a Delaware corporation,
Defendant(s). Plaintiff,
NOTICE OF SALE

vs.
CARLOS VILLASENER and MARGARITA
VILLASENER, Tenancy by the Entirety,

Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF SALE

NOTICE is hereby given that on April 25,
1990, at 11:00 A.M., at the East Front Door
of the Courthouse of Osceola County, at
Kissimmee, Florida, the undersigned Clerk
will offer for sale the following described real
property:
Timeshare Interest consisting of an un-

NOTICE is hereby given that on April 25,
1990, at 11:00 A.M., at the East Front Door
of the Courthouse of Osceola County, at
Kissimmee, Florida, the undersigned Clerk
will offer for sale the following described real
property:

Timeshare || isting of an un-
divided one fifty-first (1/51) interest in fee
simple as tenant in common in and to the
Condominium Parcel identified below,
together with a corresponding undivided

interest in the Common Furnishings which

are appurtenant to such Condominium
Parcel, as well as the exclusive right each
year to use and occupy the Unit within Club
Sevilla, a Condominium (the ‘‘Project”’),
identified below; as well as the Common
Furnishings appurtenant thereto, and the
non-exclusive right to use and enjoy the
Common Elements of the Project, for their
intended purposes, during the specific
Vacation Week set forth below, subject to
the Declaration of Condominium for Club
Sevilla, a Condominium, duly recorded in
the Public Records of Osceola County,
Florida, in the Official Record Book 732, at
Page 467.
Parcel (Unit) Number: 312
Vacation Week Number: 37
The aforesaid sale will be made pursuant
to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure in Civil
Case Number 88-2458 now pending in the
Circuit Court in Osceola County, Florida.
DATED this 29th day of March 1990.

MEL WILLS, JR.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Pam Wilson
PAM WILSON
As Deputy Clerk

April 5, 12, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: Cl 88-2467.
VOCATIONAL INC., N.V.,
a Netherlands Antilles corporation,
Plaintiff,

vs.
ADRIENNE N. GALLOWAY and LILA A.
McKEE, Tenancy in
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that on April 25,

1990, at 11:00 A.M., at the East Front Door
of the Courthouse of Osceola County, at
Kissimmee, Florida, the undersigned Clerk
will offer for sale the following described real
property:

Timeshare Interest i of an un-
divided one fifty-first (1/51) interest in fee
simple as tenant in common in and to the
Condominium Parcel identified below,
together with a corresponding undivided
interest in the Common Furnishings which
are appurtenant to such Condominium
Parcel, as well as the exclusive right each
year to use and occupy the Unit within Club
Sevilla, a Condominium (the “Project”’),
identified below; as well as the Common
Furnishings appurtenant thereto, and the
non-exclusive right to use and enjoy the
Common Elements of the Project, for their
intended purposes, during the specific
Vacation Week set forth below, subject to
the D of Condominium for Club
Sevilla, a Cond ium, duly din
the Public Records of Osceola County,
Florida, in the Official Record Book 732, at
Page 467.

Parcel (Unit) Number: 312
Vacation Week Number: 33
The aforesaid sale will be made pursuant
to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure in Civil
Case Number 88-2467 now pending in the
Circuit Court in Osceola , Florida.
DATED this 29th day of March 1990.
MEL WILLS, JR.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Pam Wilson
PAM WILSON
As Deputy Clerk

April 5, 12, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: Cl 88-2472.
VOCATIONAL INC., N.V.,
a Netherlands Antilles corporation,
Plaintiff,

VS.
DOUGLAS G. EVANS and KATHLEEN D,
EVANS, Tenancy by the Entirety,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that on April 25,
1990, at 11:00 A.M., at the East Front Door

are app ant to such Condominium
Parcel, as well as the exclusive right each
year to use and occupy the Unit within Club
Sevilla, a Condominium (the Project”),
identified below; as well as the Common
Furnishings appurtenant thereto, and the
non-exclusive rignt to use and enjoy the
Common Elements of the Project, for their
intended purposes, during the specific
Macation Week set forth below, subject to
the Declaration of Cond for Club
Sevilla, a Condominium, duly recorded in
the Public Records of Osceola County,
Florida, in tha C ficial Record Book 732, at
Page 467.
Parcel (Uni) MumSer: 222
Vacation Week Number: 48
The aforesaid sale will be made pursuant
to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure in Civil
Case Number CI 89-2035 now pending in
the Circuit Court in Osceola County, Florida.
DATED this 29th day of March 1990.
MEL WILLS, JR.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Pam Wilson
PAM WILSON
As Deputy Clerk

April 5, 12, 1990

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: Cl 88-2454.
VOCATIONAL INC., N.V.,
a Netherlands Antilles corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs.
NOEL D. SEERATTAN and BARBARA A.
SEERATTAN, Tenancy by the Entirety,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that on April 25,
19%. 11004 M. at the East Front Door
the

property:

Timeshare Interest consisting of an un-
divided one fifty-first (1/51) interest in fee
simple as tenant in common in and to the
Condominium Parcel identified below,

undivided

divided one fifty-first (1/51) interest in fee
simple as tenant in common in and to the
Condominium Parcel identified below,
together with a corresponding undivided
interest in the Common Furnishings which
are appurtenant to such Condominium
Parcel, as well as the exclusive right each
year to use and occupy the Unit within Club
Sevilla, a Condominium (the “Project”),
identified below; as well as the Common
Furnishings appurtenant thereto, and the
non-exclusive right to use and enjoy the
Common Elements of the Project, for their
intended purposes, during the specific
Vacation Week set forth below, subject to
the Declaration of Condominium for Club
Sevilla, a Condominium, duly recorded in
the Public Records of Osceola County,
Florida, in the Official Record Book 732, at

in the C 1 Furnishings which
are appurtenant to such Condominium
Parcel, as well as the exclusive right each
year to use and occupy the Unit within Club
Sevilla, a Condominium (the “Project),
identified below; as well as the Common
Furnishings appurtenant thereto, and the
non-exclusive right to use and enjoy the
Common Elements of the Project, for their
intended purposes, during the specific
Vacation Week set forth below, subject to
the Declaration of Condominium for Club
Sevilla, a Condominium, duly recorded in
the Public Records of Osceola County,
Florida, in the Official Record Book 732, at
Page 467.
Parcel (Unit) Number: 518
Vacation Week Number: 1
The aforesaid sale will be made pursuant

i Page 467.
to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure in Civil
Case Number Cl 89-2052 now pending in Parcel (Unit) Number: 315
the Circuit Court in Osceola County, Florida. Vacation Week Number: 31
DATED this 30th day of March 1990. The aforesaid sale will be made pursuant
MEL WILLS, JR. tothe Final Judgment of Foreclosure in Civil
Clerk of the Circuit Court Case Number Cl 89-2062 now pending in
By: /s/ Pam Wilson the Circuit Courtin Osceola County, Florida.
PAM WILSON DATED this 30th day of March 1990.
As Deputy Clerk MEL WILLS, JR.
April 5, 12, 1990 Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Pam Wilson
PAM WILSON
rk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS V5. 92 850 #s Deputy Cle
NAME STATUTE Api 5,12,
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that the under-
signed pursuant to the ‘Fictitious Name
Statute’ Chapter 865.09, Florida Statutes
will register with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, in and for Osceola County, Florida
upon receipt of proof of the publication of NOTICE OF SALE

this notice, the fictitious name, to wit:
GLENDA'S DANCE CENTER

under which | expect to engage in business
at 1100 Massachusetts Ave., St. Cloud,

There will be a lien sale held at U.S
Rentals Self Storage, 608 West Vine Street,
Kissimmee, Florida 34741 [Telephone
(407) 846-7966) on APRIL 14, 1990 at 10:00

Florida 34769. sai AM. SHARP
That the party interested in sai iness Th * AST 5
enterprise is as follows: The following units will be sold: D-167,

D-168, F-243, F-244, F-246, F-250, G-281,
G-294, G-325, G-341, H-447, 1-494, 1-519,
1-623, J-681, J-692, B-766, B-771, B-774,
B-783, B-801, C-853, C-884 and E-916
April 5, 12, 1990

GLENDA HINTON
Dated at Kissimmee, Osceola County,
Florida, this 2nd day of April 1990.
April 5, 12, 19, 26, 1990

interest in the C Furnishings which
are appurtenant to such Condominium
Parcel, as well as the exclusive right each
year to use and occupy the Unit within Club
Sevilla, a Condominium (the Project”),
identified below; as well as the Common

Parcel (Unit) Number: 511
Vacation Week Number: 47
The aforesaid sale will be made pursuant
to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure in Civil

§

Florida 34745-0834.
That the parties interested in said
business are 0 Xi follows:

— Witness a crime?
=F You may be eligible for a
reward of up to $1,000 &

still remain
CRIME

anonymous.
STOP

Call

846-STOP

Call 846-7600 to place
your classified ad
Deadline:

Monday, 3 p.m.

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Classifieds

Phone 846-7600

Classified Office Open 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday - Friday

010
ANNOUNCEMENTS

* 1-976-8255 »
It just ? oops getting better!
Latest in recorded talk!
24/hrs. $5.96/call on
phone bill.

AMERICAN STAFF and
old family Red Nose Cross,
6/weeks old, shots and
wormed. Brindle and
White, $100. 957-5822.

——————

125 Consolidate Bills, Home
PETS FOR SALE

EQUITY LOANS

Improvement. We buy
Mortgages. Credit Prob-
lems O.K.! Quick Closings!
Mortgage America 102
E.Vine St. Kiss., Fl.34744.
Licensed Mortgage Broker
1-800-678-2570.

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CARING HOST
FAMILIES NEEDED
For Foreign High School
Students. Call
1-800-346-2826 For
Contact With Local
Coordinator.

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TRY OUR SUBS!
ALSO HOMEMADE
SOUPS & PLATTERS!
Bring this ad & get $1.00 off
on a LARGE sub. Offer
good until April 6. One ad
per person. Call ahead for
take outs. Oak Street Pub,
933-4133
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020
PERSONALS

wt CREE*

PREGNANCY TESTING
The Osceola Pregnancy
Center is open Monday,
Tuesddy, Thursday,
Friday. Sam-1pm.
846-9101 for appoint-
ment. Provisions for
maternity & baby
clothes. FREE and
CONFIDENTIAL.

CANDLE LIGHT
CATERING
Let Us Cater Those
“Romantic Moments."
N.Orlando, 889-3676
S.Orlando, 855-5906

MEET CHRISTIAN
SINGLES The Sensible
Way! Local/Worldwide -
phone. Mail Introductions
Text. Free Brochure.
Samples:

1-800-323-8113 Ext.252.

WANTED* Hummel
Appletree Girl Lamp, cast
1871, 7.1/2 inches.
957-4915.

050
LOST & FOUND

LOST! Brown puppy,
St.Cloud Manor, white
marks with blue eyes.
957-1697.

LOST: Airport Road, Very
Large Husky Mix (Female).
Arizona Tags. Call
870-5321.

LOST- Very large female
Huskey Mix. Arizona tags.
Airport Rd. 870-5321.

BLONDE/TAN COCKER
SPANIEL, Deaf. New York
license. 15% /years old.
957-5047.

ON FEB. 13TH | lost a
Money Folder containing a
large sum of money. Either
at Scotty's in Kiss., Radio
Shack or Publix or- Walmart
in St.Cloud. REWARD
FOR RETURN! 846-6297.
————————

075
WANTED TO BUY

WE BUY OLD JUNK
CARS. Have a car you
want to get rid of? Call
Gene at 847-4490.

| BUY ANTIQUES! Glass-
ware, Pottery, Jewelry &
Coins. 957-1254.

WANTED-
Washers, Dryers
Working or Not!

Highest $$$ Paid.

957-5448

WANTED TO BUY. Super
single waterbed, complete.
Price negotiable.
847-3079.

WANTED TO BUY-
Refrigerators, washers,
dryers, stoves. Top Dollar
Paid! Working & non-
working. 846-4448.

WANTED! U.S. SILVER
coins, 1964 and older.
Private. 933-0777.

WANTED TO BUY. Older
13'-16' Travel Trailer.
933-2476.

NEED CASH?.. We buy
good clean furniture.
846-2122.

EE
115
HORSES

RE ——————
2/GRADE HORSES
1/Mare, 1/Gelding, Asking
$500 each with tack.
892-3974.

AKC POMERANIAN 161
PUPS. 10/wks old. Males.
Asking $350. 846-4046.

ACCOUNTING/TAX
SERVICES

A & D PETS. Hand fed
baby birds, reptiles, amphi-
fish. Dog & cat
supplies, bird seed, extra
small pot bellied pigs, mini-
- ature horses. 192 Outlet,
192 Kissimmee, 7/days a
week, 9am-8pm. Also, at 163
Osceola Farmer's Flea
Market, Hwy.-192, Friday,
Saturday, Sunday, from

INCOME TAX. Bookkeep-
er 10/years experience.
Reasonable Rates. Call for
appointment, 957-4873.

INSURANCE

ARE YOU SELF EMPLOY-

ROTTWEILER, AKC
REGISTERED, 1/year old,
, loves people
especially kids. $400.
957-1341 after 4:30.

ED, In Need Of Good
Affordable Health Insur-
ance? Call 348-9340.

LET US INSURE YOUR
HOUSE Lupfer Frakes

ROTTWEILER, SIRED BY
son of champion Cujo Von
Wald. Pick of the litter!

wormed. $300 plus breed- ance,
er's terms. 348-4556.

Insurance, 847-2841 or
892-5168.

LET US INSURE YOUR
LIFE Lupfer Frakes Insur-
847-2841 or
892-5168.

first shots,

ROTTWEILER PUPPIES.
Tails docked. Only 2-femal-
. Asking $150. 165

CHILDCARE

FOR SALE. Dalmatian,
5/months, male, intelligent,
$100. 933-0708.

CUSTOM HOMES, ADDI-
TIONS Over 40/years.
Greg 892-0613, Charles
892-9261.

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175
HANDYMAN

WEDDING INVITATIONS,
Birth Announcements &
Business Announcements
from Cunningham's.
Several books to choose
from. 20 W. Dakin,
846-2332 or 910 13th St.,
892-6170.

“HANDYMAN SAM,”
892-0835
Carpentry, Concrete Work,
Fence Repair, Lawn Work,
Drywall, Wallpapering,
Painting. All Sizes of Jobs!

DAVE’S HANDYMA
Remodeling, Additions,
Repairs. -All_size j

Commercial, Residential.
Free Estimate! Insured!

/ 846-7367. State Certified

CBC043584.

ALL TYPES
OF HOME REPAIRS.
Remodeling. Cabinets,
Windows, Doors, Etc.
GENE RASKA
892-1112 or 892-5480
CGC#40483

DAVE’S HANDYMAN
Remodeling, Additions,
Repairs. All size jobs!
Commercial, Residential.
Free Estimate! Insured!
846-7367. State Certified
CBC043584.

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180

HOME
IMPROVEMENT

CHILDCARE- 6/years
experience. Serve break-

FEMALE ROTTWEILER
$250, all shots. 847-3128.

fast, lunch and snacks.

. 1lyear old, Polly, 892-5301.

HOME REPAIRS: Plumb-
ing, Carpentry, Painting,
Screened Rooms, Decks.
892-2417. :

WORKING MOTHERS!
Excellent childcare in my

150 home. Good references.
FREE TO 846-0251.
GOOD HOME RELIABLE CHILDCARE-

FREE: S/kittens to respon-
sible home, black and
white. 933-7338.

Monday-Friday, 6am-6pm.
Ages 0-4/years. St.Cloud.
957-5780.

FREE TO GOOD HOME.
4/female puppies, terrier/
rottweiler mix. 892-2938.

HRS REGISTERED
CHILDCARE Creative
learning, planned activities,
lots of T.L.C. Ages 3 and

LOST: Neutered Black
Cat, Country Club Village.
REWARD! 396-4801.

up. SPRING BREAK
SPECIAL for School Kids!
Call 957-7753.

FREE TO GOOD HOME
3.1/2 month Black Lab.
First set shots. 892-1297.

BABYSITTING in my

home. Experienced. Days

or nights. Reasonable
, rates. 957-1199.

FREE AUSTRALIAN
shepherd, 2/year old
blue eyes.

MOM OF TWO will babysit,
Mon-Fri. Poinciana Area.
Any hours. Hot and cold
meals. TLC atmosphere.

FREE: Adorable Puppies!
Mother Shepherd/Collie

$1.00/hour. 870-1891.
BABYSITTER, HRS

Mix. 892-6416. no.07F082, “bonded”, ages
EE — 3-5, BVL area. Jannette,
158 348-6498.
PROFESSIONAL BABYSITTING IN MY
SERVICES home, BVL, reasonable

rates! Hot meals.

SMALL GROUP HOME .
accepting applications for

mentally handicapped. home. Low rates. Hot
Quality care in a family
setting. HRS licensed. Call

348-5659.
BABYSITTING IN MY

meals. Educational
projects. 846-1726.

COMPUTER REPAIR!
IBM & COMPATIBLES.
JASMIN ELECTRONICS
DYER SQUARE MALL

FORMER TEACHER &
loving mother. Full time
daycare- limited space.
847-0901.

“NEED CASH FAST”
WE BUY ALL OR PART
OF YOUR 1st and 2nd
MORTGAGES OR TRUST
DEEDS IN ANY STATE.
RESIDENTIAL, COMMER-
CIAL OR UNDEVELOPED

MONEY TO LEND

ni
#
2

$2500. INSTANT LINE OF
CREDIT. Cash withdrawal
up to $1250. Visa/MC
Service. Call 649- 0021,

847-4316 REGISTERED NURSE &
essnnss——————— mother of 1 will care for
159 your child in my home.

Large fenced yard. Plenty

FINANCIAL of indoor & outdoor activi-
SERVICES ties. Lots of TLC!933-2149.
AIHA ARERNIARN CHRISTIAN MOTHER has

an opening for a 2-3 year
old. Clean environment &
lots of activities! 846-7329.

EXCELLENT CARE in a
loving environment. 1/year
and up. Off Ham Brown Rd.
846-4978.

CALL TOM COOPER

P2088 600688884 170
WN Ui A sh: BUILDING
160 CONTRACTORS

MATEER CONTRACT-
ING: All Stages Commer-
cial, Residential Remodel-
ing. Free Estimates!
Financing Available!
Insured. 846-7367. State
Certified CBC043584.

sWALLPAPERING
sPAINTING
DRYWALL/CEILING
REPAIRS
#20 Years experience.
957-4412.
i ieee ee I A i»

183
PLASTER/DRYWALL

PROFESSIONAL
DRYWALL REPAIRS
Made For Homeowners.
Small spray jobs, popcorn,
orange-peel, knock-down,
stipple textures. No job too
small! 348-7354 anytime.

185
SERVICES

MOBILE HOME
REPAIR
All kinds! Serving
Kissimmee/St.Cloud, over
10/years. 892-4501.

TRACTOR WORK Grad-
ing, Yard Clean-up. Light
Hauling. 892-8382.

FRANK'S SEWING
MACHINE IN HOME
REPAIRS
25/years experience.
Call 933-0255.

RICH HORVATH

CARPENTRY

& PAINTING
Licensed Journeyman
Carpenter, 12/yrs. experi-
ence. Additions, Garages,
Sheds, Barns, Porches.&
Remodelling. Many Reput-
able References. Insured,
State Certified.
CBC#049026. 892-8925.

TIME’S CHANGING. |
reset time clocks, $10/visit.
Please call 957-5506.

PROBLEM WATER?
If The Water In Your Home
Is Hard, Rusty Or Smells
Like Rotten Eggs-
Call:

The Pure Water Source.
Chemical Free,
Maintenance Free
Systems Available.
846-4517

IS IT BROKE?

WE CAN FIX IT!
JASMIN ELECTRONICS
DYER SQUARE MALL

847-4316 {

FACSIMILE SERVICE
Now Available at
CUNNINGHAM'S. $5.00,
50¢ Each Additional Page.
Continental U.S. Only. 20
W. Dakin, Kissimmee.

CASH FOR

HOMEOWNERS

LOW RATES—FAST SERVICE
[(@ First Mortgage/Second Mortgage

[(#@ Good Credit/Bad Credit.
(# Low Income/No Income

(# No Income Verification Loans

(4 Money for any Purpose
(4 No Application Fee
Lg Morigages Soughi/Sok

SALVATION ARMY
A.R.C. is now making pick-
ups for donations in Kissim-
mee area. Mon-Fri.
8am-4:30pm. 295-9311.

**CLEAN TOPSOIL** 6/yd.
loads, satisfaction guaran-
teed! Call WENDALL
KETCHUM, 933-0837.

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187

APPLIANCE
REPAIR

APPLIANCE REPAIR
Friendly Service at
Reasonable Rates!
Refrigerators, Washers,
dryers, stoves, water
heaters. Work guaranteed!
Lic.#3005. 846-4448.
: .—,—

188
CARPET
CLEANING

V.J.’S SERVICE. All hands
maintenance. Carpet
cleaning, painting & sheet
rock work. Julio Vega,
Victor Bonilla, 348-8602.

CARPET DRY CLEANED-
Repairing, Installing.
32/years experience.
957-2468.

CARPETS CLEANED By
Stanley Steemer. Living
room and dining room,
$39.95. 846-2323.

Ay ——
191
HOME/OFFICE
CLEANING
SERVICES
Kt CM lM it ll DA hh HAP

PROFESSIONAL HOME
AND BUSINESS CLEAN-
ING Flexible Hours.
846-1872.

FIRST CLASS CLEANING
Home & Office. Reason-
able Rates. Licensed,
Bonded, Insured. For more
info. 870-0648.

FR,
193
MOVING/HAULING
SERVICES

RONS
Hauling & Moving
Haul to dump,
Appliance Moving.
892-8677

MOVING? Thinking of
doing it yourself? Call us
first! We'll move you and
still save you $$$$. Weekly
trips to/from Ohio and the
Northern and Eastern
States. Personalized and
Professional Service. One
piece or several. Auto
transportation.
1-800-552-5541.

195
TVINCR REPAIR

TV REPAIR! Also, VCR's,
Big Screen TV's. Repair All
Makes. Prompt Service!
House Calls. Alfred,
933-5258.

VCR CLEANING &
SERVICE, $30.
JASMIN ELECTRONICS
DYER SQUARE MALL
847-4316

197
PRESSURE
CLEANING

PRESSURE WASHING
Residential, Commercial.
FREE ESTIMATES!
957-7863 after 6pm.

199
ELECTRONICS
SALES/SERVICE

ATTENTION-
HOMEBUILDERS!
Alarm Systems completely
installed, $675. No Monthly

Payments.
ALLAN ELECTRONICS,
Servicing Central Florida
Since 1976.

892-5988
——————

200
LAWN
MAINTENANCE

C & K LAWNCARE
Complete
Lawncare Service!
Free Estimates.
Licensed/Insured
892-0825

LAWN SERVICE. Mowing,
trimming, edging. Call
846-4981 or 957-3970.

LAWNCARE- Mowing,
edging, weedeating. Free
estimates. Call 348-7568
after Spm.

CONCRETE & BLOCK
WORK Call Andy at
847-6934 for a Free Esti-
mate. Licensed & Insured.

FOR SALE
OR LEASE 1
Thriving Automobile Busi-
ness. Sales, Service, Detail
Shop. All or part. Service

211 Dept. with 4/bays, Sing

MASONRY 84/2728, :

K— bt I, a eh a hte ea
240
*** MASONRY ***

Home owner Specialist! BUSINESSES
All phases of masonry, FOR SALE
remodeling, additions. EEE ————
FREE estimates. D.B.l. AUTO PARTS STORE For

Construction, 847-7802.

CUSTOM
MASONRY WORK.
Driveways, Patios
Block, Brick, Stucco
Free Estimates
933-8988

*MASONRY WORK**
*Block
*Brick
«Stone
eStucco
oEpoxy stone
floors.
FREE ESTIMATES!!
Call Brian
348-5561.

213
- CARPENTRY

DISCOUNT LAWN
CARE AND
LANDSCAPING
Call 348-6718.

CARPENTRY, REMOD-
ELLING Odd Jobs, Free
Estimates! 396-0140.

Sale By Owner. 3600 sq.ft:
Annual sales $480K plus.
Write:
P.O. Box 2182, - Winter
Haven, FL 33883.

FRENCH FRY VENDORS-.
Buy a business that works
for you! Some have.
management in place. Call
1-407-339-2494.

STRIP SHOPPING
CENTER in East Orlando,
$300,000 in Equity. Trade

or Sell (407) 774-1612.

250 :
GARAGE SALES

**ATTENTION***
If you would like to adver-
tise your Garage Sale,’
please call 846-7600 and
ask about our new
Garage Sale Page(s).

WALKER LAWN & TREE
SERVICE. Clean up jobs!
Free Estimate! 933-4078.

PETE'S LAWN SERVICE.
Low Rates. Free Esti-
mates. Licensed. Weekly
or Monthly. Call 847-9874.

A-1 LAWN & TREE
Service. Yard clean up,
lawn maintenance, tree
trimming. 892-1779.

JOE
LANDSCAPER
Lawn Maintenance.
Commercial, Apartments,
Motels, Residential, Sod,
Shrubbery, Cypress Mulch,
Railroad Ties Walls. Free
Estimates. 30/years experi-
ence. 847-8615

DEPENDABLE QUALITY
MOWING and Landscap-
ing at Reasonable Rates.
Call GRASS BUSTERS at
892-3141 ask for Sandy.

225
PAINTING

TIM'S PAINTING. House
Painting, interior/
exterior. Also Pressure
Cleaning. Licensed &
Insured. 957-2619.

LOOK IN THE THURS-
DAY AND SATURDAY
News Gazette For Russell
Pontiacs FREE CAR:
GIVEAWAY!

YARD SALE* Sat.April 7th,
13/miles east of St.Cloud.’ .
Much More! 892-3733.

PAINT ANY ROOM, $25.
10/years experience.
References.

Call after 1pm, 892-3639

*% PRECISION #%
*% PAINTING **
Interior/Exterior.
Residential/Commercial.
Quality Work! Fair Prices!
Licensed/Insured.
892-6382

**SPRING SPECIAL**
Quality Painting, Interior/
Exterior. Licensed,
Insured. Free Estimates.
GRIFFIN PAINTING.
957-6617.

LAWN SERVICE. Reliable,
Reasonable. Call for free
estimate! 846-4555.

COMPLETE LAWN MAIN-
TENANCE: Mowing, Trim-
ming, Edging etc. Call
892-2030 after 6pm.

STEVE’S LAWNCARE &
LANDSCAPING
SERVICE. Sprinkler
Systems. Professional &
dependable. Guaranteed
low prices. Free estimates.
348-7118.

LAWN
Mowing & Trimming.
Reasonable Rates.
846-4981, 957-3970.

D&S LAWN SERVICE.
Mowing, Edging, Weed

Eatin i ~ Estimates.
933-4435

GREENIE LAWN CARE
Offering FREE FERTILIZ-
ING with FIRST CUTTING.
Also installation of
SPRINKLER SYSTEMS
and SODDING! 348-6109.

NEED LAWN CARE? Call
Florida's Lawncare. FREE
ESTIMATES! Call
957-2559.

205
TREE SERVICES

NATURE'S WAY TREE
and Lawn Service. Tree
removal or trimming,
specializing in palms and
pines, sod lawns installed.
Licensed and Insured.
933-6468

DIRT BLASTER. Pressure
Cleaning. Residential &
Commercial. Licensed &
Insured. 847-9518.

KEVIN'S PRESSURE
CLEANING Service. Resi-
dential & Commercial. Free
Estimates. 933-2205.

TALK TO THOUSANDS in
a minute with an Osceola
Shopper classified ad. Just
call 846-7600, it's as simple
as that!

ORES LAWN C

Free Estimates
Residential & Commercial

210
CONCRETE

M & W CONCRETE INC.
Driveways, Patios, Slabs.
Commercial & Residential.
Kinnie, 892-7889.

CONCRETE PATIO
12X20’ or 10°X24’, $425.
Licensed, Bonded,
Insured.

R.W. MAUSER
407-592-4262.

R&B PAINTING
10/years experience. Resi-
dential or Mobile Home
Re-paints. Interior and
Exterior. Free Estimates!
Days: 892-7169, Evenings:
892-7833.

TOM’S PAINTING & Wall-
paper Hanging. Interior/
Exterior. Residential/
Commercial. Licensed/
Insured. 847-2675.

YARD SALE* 217
MONTANA AVENUE. On!
Sat. April 7th. Sewing.
Machine, Computer Hard-"
copy Terminal, Guitar and-
Much More!

ANNUAL GARAGE AND.
BAKE Sale. Sat.April 7th,
8am... Kissimmee Gardens
Mobile Home Park (Off
Donegan across from High--
lands School).

1500 GEORGIA,
ST.CLOUD April 7th..
8am-4pm. Set 15" Chevy
Chrome Spoke Wheels,
$150. Toys, Clothes, Craft
Supplies, Housewares,
Misc.

YARD SALE. Apr.6th-7th.
Tools, books, furniture,
trains, magazines, doll*
house, craft supplies. 206,
MISSISSIPPI AVE. %

BAKE/YARD SALE* Apri’
7th, 8am-4pm. Household
Items, Clothing, 192E to-
Orange to 5th, Jade Iste,,
325 ROSEDALE.

PAINTING. INTERIOR,
EXTERIOR. Free Esti-
mates. Licensed and
Insured. 348-8900.

CALLOWAY PAINTING
COMPANY Interior and
Exterior. Quality Workman-
ship. 20/years experience.
FREE ESTIMATES!
348-2536.

229
SEWING/
ALTERATIONS

on

ALTERATIONS BY EVE.
Hemming, Drapes, Tailor-
ing. Fast Service! Exper-
ienced. 933-0868.

231
EDUCATIONAL
SERVICES

BLOCK EXAM PREP
COURSES. For Air Condi-
tioning, Building & Electri-
cal Contractors. For infor-
mation, Construction
Educational Services,
1-800-344-3012.

235
BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITY

FRENCH FRY ROUTES-
Tremendous Income
Potential!! Orlando trade
area, plus others nearby.
Call 1-407-834-0047.

See Us For All Your Children’s

521 CAROLINA,
ST.CLOUD April 56,7.
Collectibles, Tools,
Clothes, Misc.

4 EAST 12TH ST.
St.Cloud. Sat., April 7th”
8am-4pm. Lots Misc.

BACKYARD SALE. April
6th, 8am. 1610 MASSA-
CHUSETTS AVE. a

GARAGE SALE* 5/Famil-*
ies. Good Stuff! Collecti--
bles, Dishes, Guns, Decan--
ters and Much More!’
Sat.4/7/90. 725 JENKINS
STREET.

GARAGE SALE. Friday
Saturday, Sunday, 9am.
3409 SUGAR MILL RD."
Plantation Edition. 2/new+
rattan bar stools, queer’
headboard, lots of misc.

MOVING SALE: April Th:
9am-1pm 605.
REDWOOD, B. V.L Fumi
ture, Clothes. 2

COMMUNITY YARD:
SALE* Sat. April 7thp
9am.... KING OAK VILLAS
(Off Kiss. Park Road.).

YARD SALE.
Sponsored by IWANA.
Saturday-Apr.7th, 8am.
1531 MONTANA AVE.

GARAGE SALE Friday,
April 6th. 8:30am- Spm,
Nice Kids Clothes, Ti
Furniture. 4877 LAI Be
i DRIVE (oft West,
as

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$1004 5. Bermuda Ave., Overpass Center, Kiss. 933-1712 0) 2

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BROOK RD., Kissimmee. bedroom set, $350. Minolta Like New! $150. Call 2
7000 35mm, extras, $350 933-0723 after 5:30pm. : N
ORANGE GARDENS 0B.0. A427-0080. esa ‘
2228 Janet St. Household 285 fi
Items and Tools! April 7th, BEAUTIFUL GUN :
8th, 9am-4pm. CABINET, 6ft. high glass FURNISHINGS |
SS i... ey

CARPORT SALE. 1903
W.Penfield St., 3/families,
Saturday, Sunday, 8-5.

door inside. Space for 7/ri-
les, separate lock space for
ammunition, $200.

846-3047.

NEW SUPER SINGLE
waterbed for sale, $70. Call
after 5:00pm. 933-1724.

a R . : " Production Workers LOOK IN THE THURS- . HELP WANTED. Poolside AS
: yg YARD SALE: Ap &, GOLE CAR, S/whesl . — SEDSIGEDS'BEDS SATELLITE SYSTEM DAY AND SATURDAY Snack Bar Attendant. Flexi. AT
) pril 7th, 8am-3pm at 801 electric, good condition, The Factory Outlet Store Used- Like New! R i lo h
‘ 9-4. Small appliances, ; 50. i ; bler PACKERS News Gazette For Russe ble hours. Call Diane after wel
all app ALABAMA AVENUE must sell, $6 for Sealy, Simmons, Spring With Descram Ponti FREE CAR 5pm, 348-8562
> curtains, lamps. 102/104 407-323-8068. Air. All new factory seconds Complete Installation $5.00-$5.25 Per Hour ontiacs pm, . Eat
- SANDALWOOD DR. BVL. GARAGE SALE. and close-outs. Complete $49/month. Call 857-8639. GIVEAWAY! py
: : . Comp Tam POSTAL JOBS

GARAGE SALE. Axim 8am-5pm, Saturday 1977 MINI MOTOR HOME ip, \yarranty. Tam 7pm Socoin Start $11.41/hour 1-5
; - April-7th, Sunday. 112 WYOMING Low Mileage, $9500. Case : ET pm-7am 0 —

© 871321 LOUISIANAAVE. AVE. Loader Back Hoe, diwhee! Twih Se hy 298 DRIVE SERVICE, Fy exam . application EX

Lifts biz of everything, : drive, $16,500. 1978 Ford Queen Set $119 COMMERCIAL Temp to Perm positions Needs Drivers. Over 25. formation ' call spe

: MOVING SALE* Saturday Fgo0, 16 yard dump, King Set $150 available in Kissimmee Disabled & Retired 649, WO

YARD SALE/CAR WASH. and Sunday. 1968 Datsun $7,800. 1982 FORD F150 Pe Ta 933-8300 EQUIPMENT area. Own car and phone a Welcome. Please call for EXT.FL-1 86. 9am- -9pm, en

: Bank bo 1, Tok, Ju 990 fceds 4x4, $3,500. 15on Tr: SE Orlando 380-3018 ~~ Seee— must. 1st, 2nd & 3rd shifts interview, 348-0126. 7/days. 1:

: : > 1+ seat, $350. 8X40 House Axle Trailer, $2,300. 2275 Casselberr Sal also available on special Ex
» 9%, y 260-6663 DELI COOLER For Sale. A . HELP WANTED. ;

Benefit Sg4s French Trailer for storage, Tam eo park Hoad, 7am-4pm, $1200. 847-2428. projects. Call for immediate ~~ $500 WEEKLY POSSI Cechior, pail Tne. hci inc

Exc ange rFrogram. Axle, $200. 1969 Evinrude Mon-Fri. 892-3911. © QUEEN SIZE waterbed Red imal util, Ar ree consideration. BLE. Legitimate company have . oti ‘a -—

‘ BABY CLOTHES Some Motor, $300. Garden Tiller. z with bookcase headboard, 310 Nests fenie Workers. Sen tay rience be :

Many Misc. Items. 4455 MOPED MOTEBECANE 240-7176 stamped envelope for X

Tools, amas, Soler, SENIRAY FINS ap | UDFED MOTEBECANE i 0 HELP WANTED TEMP-TRONICS details 0:P.0. Box 430368, ST.CLOUD Texh8S Ho

otty Chair. Friday, Satur- (Off Boggy Creek Rd.) tor, Whites Coinmaster, PS —————————C—— No Contracts No Fees Kissimmee, FL.34743. ¥ In

S2y, 2520 NEEANONT. Hiso3 $170. 892-1822 ROUND FORMICA RNMENT JOBS 50.
ne : iui GOVE JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN —
[i SARAGE SALE Ss yARD SALE. Sswrdny. FOR SALE. 16° Bownder, Tne s7d caves), four $16,040-850,230)r. Now AUSTRALIA. Openings EX
% day, gam. Piclres, fumi- anions Sunday, April 800. Hiring. Call (1) avaiable in several areas S
21 books, clothes p y, AD 115/HP Mercury, $1 frames, box, mattress e in seve ' p
y lure, BOOKS, , 8th, 4301 OAK CT., Pine 1982 Honda Odyssey, i S 805-687-6000 nto Ber into: cal . Ea

household items. 1549 yssey. (king), $250. Early Ameri-

2 househo : Lake. $1200. 2-SW Tommy io M y oh Ext.R-10383 for current 708-742-8620, Ext.632. vex
'« ELMWOOD AVE. OAK our Slver Scot fb can Clayton arcos cou federal list. rq.
7 HOLLOW. ' 2FAMILY SALE: April 5, T00" $450" Days 2 mates chair (Earth even © op
: LE th, 310 COULTER gs76450° Ask for Robin. ponce) Like New, $300. AIRLINES NOW HIRING. 1. 08e AYON *t* * Su

FAMILY YARD SALE. RIVE, Kenansville. Fish- + A 847-4483. Flight Attendants, Travel No initial investment. No ’
Clothes: infant-adult, Baby ing Bait, Homemade Jelly, 348-9722, Nights. Agents, Mechanics, door-to-door. Call ro
3 Gel 3 oIb oh Ole. | Wise. ¢ac101 SWIMMING POOLS DINING ROOM SET Solid Customer Service. List- g46-6889 & 847-8580.

Saturday-7th, 8am-2pm. $999 Oak, Table, 6/chairs, ings. Salaries to $105K. pa
1500 ILLINOIS AVE. MOVING. SALE 1); New, leftover 1989 above Cabinet. Call for appt. to Entry level pasiions. a N
» ) ; see 846-3031. 1 ) 805-687- ae wh r +
i« GARAGE SALE. Mowers, q c1004” 4/7/90. Fumish. ~~ 9r0und pools. Huge se 20s AVON Apply In person at Ki:
« ATV's, bass boat, misc. | | ic Misc 19'X31' pool. Includes BEDROOM AND LIVING Helps fulltime Moms, get =
Jie 9am-? Saturday. Sunda 9: . deck, fence, filter & warran- S % $$$. Call Bettie, 348-6067. ’ CC

y, y: : ROOM FURNITURE * APPLICATOR

2891 RODEO DR, CARPORT SALE: Friday, ty. Installation & financing (Nice). Misc. 348-2241 WE TRAIN « FT/PT oR

Kissimmee. Saturday, April 6th and 7th. Svaiisble, #9850015 : : . v$O/Hr. Finishers DEPARTMENT STORE t Or
~ Household Goods, TEEL : NEW (non-union) PERSON 5'10”-6' Needed i sna
i SAA oaLE, Tse Self Priming Pump, .T.V,, 1:000-520-15%¢ MATTRESS & BOX. v'$14/Hr.- Mgmt. to wear alligator costume, MILL CREEK MALL : m:
Salurdav-Tth. Dame ioom. Lawn Mower, Pet Supplies, ELECTRIC WHEEL- Never used. (entry level) Part time. Apply in i hE
i$ y-/1n, pm. Childrens Encyclopedias, CHAIR Invacare Ranger. Was $260. Sell $130. v Franchise Available person: Alligatorland : pa
»l YARD SALE* Saturday, En as Good: Corditon. Naw 957-5448 CALL TODAY Safari, 4580 W.192, Pa
«+, 8:30am. 5035 PONCE DE Kiss ' Tires. Battery with Charger. FOR SALE. Household o . Kissimmee. * wad
LEON Rd. : $1500 FIRM! 847-4580. yyrniture- sofa, beds, Pa
+' GARAGE SALE* Satur- 2/FAMILY GARAGE TRAILERS. Over 100 in cabinets, dressers, dinette my ai
ii day, Sunday, 8:30am-4pm. SALE. Saturday only! gi5ck. Boat, enclosed Set 348-7121, after Spm.

ii! No Early Birds. 1612 8am-? 4155 OAKWOOD cargo, flatbeds, frames. ing Si
‘ ’ , FOR SALE King Size Bed
| VERMONT AVENUE. DR., Court Ave to pouiy's Vrailers, 4300 W : g
ty Oakwood, North of Deer Colonial. Orleade. with Mattresses and "
iy SATAGE SNS: Tan Run. ; yal: © Bureau, $300. 892-4063. :
" Jou sem, 27 SAIN 255 BEER & WINE MAKING 203 ne
ig , BV.L AUCTIONS KITS AVAILABLE
watch for signs. “BEST BREW” hit .
io 5303-B E.Colonial Dr.
H GARAGE SALE: Sau WAYNE'S FURNITURE & Orlando, 281-1631 a lil} ai Di
+. day 4/7, 7:30am-d4pm. 648 AUCTION!! Will buy or CALL Now! As
“ CARIBOU COURT, Poin- consign 1 item or a house- COMPUTER SPECIAL! we
ir, Ciana. Bicycle, Furniture, full! Call 846-2122 or come AMERICAN AIRLINES XT turbo with monitor, 101 ho
Sewing Machine, Misc. by at 2645 OLD DIXIE Ticket for 5/1/90. Orlando keyboard, floppy, $599.
8 ; HIGHWAY, Kissimmee. to Cleveland, Ohio via JASMIN ELECTRONICS i
uw FRIDAY, SATURDAY, Auctions EVERY Friday Raleigh, N.C. $75. DYER SQUARE MALL =
it} Clothes, Furniture. Michi- night at 7:00pm. Auction- 892-6936. 847-4316
«+ gan Avenue and Sawdust eer: Wayne E.lIrving.
'y Trail, Follow Signs. 2861 License no.AUS02, AB315, FOR SALE: UPRIGHT Is
i BAY AVENUE, Kiss. PIANO AND BENCH, Is
fu WE BUY AND CONSIGN Organ and Bench. SINGER 294 ¥ :
1 ESTATE SALE* Antiques, ~~ Good, Clean used furni- Power Sewing Machine. MUSICAL a : i - : pr
w. Household Items, Power ture. H&N Auction. 396-6932. INSTRUMENTS Morris Sheinheit Hector Almanza Kim Baker NE de
“Generator, Skill Saw, Nail 847-2705. EE Merchandise Custodial Transpotiarion. N aft
tw Guns, Mechanical Tools. SLIDING GLASS DOOR XAPHONE FOR SALE ; J | 8&1
Jae Sil, dn 265 Now. Pala ot dive. SARAPHS RINE, ‘Chances are you know someone who would love to work ab
LN . . . .
of ams ue 1; GENERAL Glass Panes, screen door. yanted: Responsible Party They're energetic, hard-working, enthusiastic. 8:(
"i AVNUE, St.Cloud. ET A mm, oe pre: $625. 15 take on small monthly They belong among the best. And that puts them with us. _ by
Ere — BUILDING: FOR Wonk: : % a hg ik hg If you know someone who would make a perfect Disney cast Ha
r . ; : GES, = GRAVELY LA - ; o
6 fumiture, appliances, etc. WAREHOUSES, STOR. TOR 11r po oN TRAC. 18:034.1306 anytime! member, tell them that we're expanding again, and hiring now. =
i Sarurday, Aoril-7ih, AGES, ETC. 24'X32' Bins Grass Catcher (Like pIAND. KIMBALL ARTIST They can join our cast in any one of our resort hotels and :
-. jy Sunday, Apil-Bih, COMPLETELY ERECTED ~~ New) $1500. Evenings : i theme par ve Full- and Part-time openings in the followin: .
Iii ORCHID LANE, Mill Creek WITH OVERHEAD AND 933.4105. ; Sonsdle. Excel Sond). Se ba ke~ we liave Fu pening 8 Me
It Woods. @ SERVICE DOOR 00. —— in RHI areas:
LARGER SIZES AVAIL- * Blue Wicker } (RCV 3 : :

YARD SALE. 127 pple 1800.423.14060R Chair, Loveseat, Table and 892-1297. . Transportation « Culinary » Custodial M
gu onaNaE AVE, Sau 1-004-252-4414. JAYCO Rocking Chair with Mauve » Merchandising « Housekeeping » Dishwashers NL
~~ ILDI : ushions, IcKer cces- . ~
== clothes, lots of misc.! SyipiNgs sories, Toys and Misc. SAT 1k « Attractions « Food & Beverage « Laundry or
D Tare aie rn MO EE neE Se ET v And MEY More)
Connecticut Ave., Friday, your friends for fundiled VENDING MACHINE, Think about all the people you know who would enjoy a fresh ga
»7 April 6th. in-home lingerie parties. 3100 Loy, sell for $40, new opportunity. You could be one of them. pe
ns Career Opportunities Avail- - Relrigerator style,

: . Saturday, pportunities Avai > SATELLITE DISH
o £ donk Furr bn great for office, small busi: OWNERS! Don't give Up, Apply this week at our Employment & Casting Center — A
= ques, clothing, much more! Call Ms. Lane, ness or organization. Holds there IS someone you can ny, OPEN by 4 DAYS A WEEK, 8: :30am- 4: :00pm Take I-4 to the Disn N.

- 3 J 1-800-243-5304 90/cans of soda. Call to Tea 2 . €y N.
+% Corner of 17th & Georgia, : trust to service your i Vi xit 26B d foll the si
*- St.Cloud, all d View, 846-9244. system. Kissimmee Music illage exit ( ) and follow the signs. Ni
Sonn MAYIAR 328 Daves & Satellite, 1117 E.Vine Mz
pd NEW Ih ND USED Bike, $35. Luggage Carrier, 275 St., Kissimmee. 847-4774. - 38
3¢ VERCHANDISE Sal Apl $55 S10 7787 APPLIANCES SOMETHING BROKEN? ©) DY World C 6:
po
+ BVL FOR SALE" Solar Systemâ„¢ ree eee We ifs Fam, Soingsus onEp Orla3.0, o
pe in Great Condition, $2200 ; : Secath
SE SARACR SAL 5! Shep OBO, 1967 MERCURY Kenmore Heavy Duty Set. Piices. Roslin Svsens, Whete the job you do makes dreams come true. N.
¥s pers Delight! Dishes, Knic COMET, 2/d Cvel : IKe new. 2 = iJ . ’ : ‘

2* Knacks. Comer Clyde and call 847. oor (Cyclone) $240. stereos, Microwaves. An Equal Opportunity Employer © The Walt Disney Company
all 847-8924 after 6pm. Kissim Music & ©]

=. Verona, 103 N. Clyde, 957-5448 Issimmee Music
+ Sat4/7, 8am-2?7? DESKS, FILING Satellite, 1117 E.Vine St. — pe
vt CABINETS, MISC. office FOR SALE. Heavy duty 847-4774. Sc
- PAPAL Lan SALE equipment. 12x60 office Washer £ Snr. Call se
poi r's orse riding trailer. 892-6866. -
“+ mower, tools, Friday-April pl
“2 6th, 7am, 4465 DEERRUN DIAMOND BRIDAL SET, FOR SALE. QUALITY Ac
u = ROAD, St.Cloud Manor. “/carat. $225 0.B.O. USED Washers, dryers,

348-6458. stoves, refrigerators : P
v. * SALE: Thur.,Fri.,.Sat. AM. Completely reconditioned,
». 1357 Neptune. Large 1-WAY TICKET to Syra- guaranteed. Also,

Clothes. Rain or Shine! cuse, New York, expires appliance repair. FREE A i
cc April-11th. Cheap! DELIVERY! 846-4448.
: . 933-1494.

‘ Saturday-Apr.7th, 30” COMBINATION -
+ 10am-4pm. 2324 PEBBLE- FOR SALE. 5/piece STOVE Sink, Refrigerator.

WE NEED DRIVERS
Eam Up To $7-51 0 an hour

REQUIREMENTS

* Safe Driving Record Bonus:
* Valid Driver's License Earn up to $2,000

* Automobile and Insurance * Neat, Dependable & Outgoing

WORK MORNINGS, AFTERNOONS OR EVENINGS

ly in Person batween 11 a.
Apply 12 N35) & an, Monday-Saturday, Ask for Gordon Simpson

(corner of Michigan & Vine)

846-1118

RA HE TT

{ELP WANTED | |
ASSISTANT PM jit

FOOD & BEVERAGE MANAGER I

Must have 3 years previous hands-on
experience. Good people skill & ability
to work in fast pace environment.

EXCELLENT PAY & BENEFITS. |

Apply In Person

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* 18 Years or Older

E.O.E.

(Entrance Is On 192)
rs 192 West, turn on
rontage Road (by Old Town)

DAYS INN OO Ho

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Thursday, April 5, 1990, NEWS-GAZETTE, Page B21

ASSEMBLE PRODUCTS
AT HOME Earn up to $400
weekly. No Experience,
Easy Work! For more infor-

mation call
1-504-863-6194 Ext.1415.

EXCELLENT WAGES for
spare time assembly. Easy
work at home. No experi-
ence needed. Call
1-504-362-3432
Ext.H4331 Open 24/hrs.
including Sunday.

ATTENTION:
Excellent Income For
Home Assembly Work. For
Information Call
504-646-1700 Dept. P343,

EXCELLENT WAGES, For
Spare Time Assembly.
Easy work at home. No
experience needed. Call
1-504-641-7778, Ext.4073.
Open 24/hours, including
Sunday.

8

HELP WANTED. full or
part time. Good benefits.
Apply in person: READY
MARKET, 3000 S.0.B.T.,
Kissimmee.

COUPLE WANTED with
R.V. to work part time at
Orlando KOA for mainte-
nance and office. Call
Marcia, 800-999-KAMP.

HELP WANTED. Full or
part time. General nursery
work with opportunity for
advancement. Apply in
person. 2333 Denn John
Lane. !

HELP WANTED.
New Grocery Store.
All Positions.
Former Piggly Wiggly,
1601 N.Bermuda Ave.
Apply 9am-3pm.

ATTENTION! Jobs avail-
able. Full and part time. No
experience necessary.
Direct mail, Phone orders,
Assembly work. $200 per
week and up from your
home. For info call
1-619-565-1522,
Ext.TB2092A. 24HRS.

MR. GROCER

CORPORATION
Is currently seeking Clerks
& Assistant Managers. We
provide a good starting
wage, training, paid holi-
days & 2/weeks vacation
after the first year. Full Time
& Part Time Positions avail-
able at our Kissimmee
Location. For appointment
call 396-8126, Mon.-Fri,
8:00am-6:00pm or stop

_ by our store on West

Hwy.192 for Application.
Seniors Welcome!

NEED RELIABLE &
Mature Teacher's Aide to
work with children,
Monday-Friday.

Apply in person:

SHADY OAKS CREATIVE
CHILDCARE, 2355
N.O.B.T.

NEED RELIABLE &
Mature person to cook in
daycare also able to work
with children. 30-40/hours
per week, Monday-Friday.
Apply in person: SHADY
OAKS CHILDCARE, 2355
N.O.B.T.

NEED RELIABLE &°
Mature person to clean in
daycare also able to work
with children.
6:30pm-12:30am.

Apply in person: SHADY
OAKS CHILDCARE, 2355
N.O.B.T.

SALES CLERK
Outgoing, dependable
person with flexible work
schedule for F.T. retail
sales in casual fun environ-
ment. Good hourly wage
plus monthly incentives.
Advancement Potential.

Call
PERSONNEL POOL,
846-1112,
NEVER A FEE!

EARN MONEY READING
BOOKS! $30,000/year
Income Potential. Details
(1)805-687-6000
Ext.Y-4193.

BETWEEN
EMPLOYMENT?
Available Affordable
30-180 Day Temporary
Major Medical Insurance.
Visa/MC Accepted. Call
Mark Evans, 846-6421.

CENSUS JOBS NOW!
$5.50-$7.00. Call
846-6530. An Equal Oppor-
tunity Employer.

EASY WORK! Excellent
Pay! Assemble products at
home. Call for information.

504-641-8003 Ext.6336.

CASHIER, FLEXIBLE,
part time. Must be pleasant
& responsible. GREAT
TRAIN STORE, 5770
W.Irlo Bronson, 396-7120.

LIVE IN HOUSEKEEPER
for Elderly Lady. Must have
transportation. Room,
Board and Salary. Phone
847-6710.

FULL TIME & PART TIME
sales in video camera &
electronics store. May ead
into management position.
Excellent opportunity!
Competitive salary. 3/loca-
tions. Call after 1pm,
870-0300.

APPOINTMENT
SETTERS from home.
P.T./F.T. Earn Top $$$ Call
870-5897.

*** LABORERS ***
Steady work. Earn over
$300 per week. Apply, Cast
Crete Division, Sawdust
Trail & Old Dixie Hwy.

DRIVERS WANTED.
Age 25 & up. Florida Chauf-
feurs License. $300 & up
per week average.

Apply:

YELLOW CAB CO.,

722 E. Donegan.

NOW ACCEPTING
APPLICATIONS For posi-
tion in Liquor Store,
25-35/hours per week,
Evenings and weekends.
Also, full time cashier,
3pm-11:30pm.

Apply 9am-4pm: WALG-
REEN’S, 1003 W. Vine St.,
Kissimmee.

Q.C. INSPECTORS
wanted. Full time.
396-4918.

JOHN MILTON
NURSING HOME
is currently hiring for Diet-
ary Aides. Experienced
preferred, but not neces-
sary.
Apply In Person At:
1120 W. Donegan Ave.
Kissimmee. 847-2854
E.O.E.

WANTED* Experienced
Middle Aged Maintenance
and Yard Man for residence
in South Kiss. State Qualifi-
cations and salary desired,
847-6461 or write: 503
Verona Street, Kiss., Fla.
34741.

MAIDS
Needed Immediately! No
Experience Necessary.
$4.75/hour plus benefits.
Call Dottie. 348-0330.

WE ARE LOOKING for the
best Front Desk Clerks,
Housekeepers, House-
man, Maintenance Work-
ers and Groundsman. We
offer: Competitive Wages
and excellent working
conditions. Please apply in
person anyday 8am-5pm.
Howard Johnson Kiss.

. Lodge, 2323 US-192 East.

NO PHONE CALLS
PLEASE!

BE YOUR OWN BOSS! In
home assembly work. No
Experience Required.
Write: N.I.S., P.O. BOX
323, Tavares, Fla. 32778.

320
HOTEL/MOTEL

WANTED. Executive
Housekeeper and Maids.
GALA VISTA MOTOR INN,
5995 W. Irlo Bronson Hwy.
396-4300.

MAIDS-
Immediate Openings.
$4.85/hour to start. Excel-
lent benefits including
vacation and insurance.
See Housekeeper at:
SAVE INN MOTEL, 2225
E. Hwy.192 (Exit 65).
846-0777.

COOK, DISHWASHER &
WAITRESSES, AM/PM
shifts. Call 396-4455,
Ext.150.

*MAIDS, $5.00/(HOUR%
Also Needed:
Cooks, Waitresses, Gift
Shop Clerks. (AM & PM)

shifts. F/T & P/T.
BUENA VISTA MOTEL,
Kissimmee. 396-2100

POSITIONS AVAIL-
ABLE!! ECONOLODGE
HAWAIIAN RESORT now
hiring in the food & bever-
age department. All posi-
tions! Enthusiasm a must!
We offer an excellent work-
ing environment, we are
part of the Karena Hotel
Group. Come grow along!
Apply in person or send
resume to: ECONO-
LODGE HAWAIIAN
RESORT, 7514 W.lIrlo
Bronson, Kissimmee,

FL.34746. E.O.E.

LOVELY CONDO
RESORT in Disney area
looking for Part Time
Houseperson. Will train.
Call Belinda, 239-5000.

LOVELY CONDO
RESORT, In Disney area
looking for Front Desk
Clerk. Must type. Compu-
ter knowledge helpful.
40/hour flexible work week.
Uniforms furnished. Excel-
lent benefits. Call Kretha
239-5000, Tues.-Fri.

PART-TIME MAID. Apply
GATOR MOTEL, 4580
W.-192, Kissimmee.

WANTED. Line Cook,
days. Apply in person:
FATBOYS BAR-B-Q,
St.Cloud.

IF YOU NEED WORK!
WE HAVE IT!
+DISHWASHERS
PREP COOKS
«LABORERS
HOTEL/MOTEL
INDUSTRY

Ladies & Men
$SSDAILY PAYS$$S
Pickup from your home
Paid more if you
drive your own vehicle.
CALL 870-7546

FULL TIME DESK
CLERKS & Relief Night
Auditor. Exp. preferred.
Computer exp. helpful.
Apply in person at: 4018
W. Vine St, Kissimmee.

FRONT DESK CLERK.
Magic Tree Resort has
immediate opening for full
time front desk clerk. Flexi-
ble hours included, some
weekends. Prior hotel
experience helpful. If inter-
ested, apply in person at
MAGIC TREE RESORT,
2795 N.OId Lake Wilson
Road, Kissimmee, E.O.E.

JOB MAZE?

Come eam With Us And We Can Place You

In A Good Paying Job

¢ On-The-Job-Training
e Classroom Training
Vocational Counseling

WE ALSO OFFER:

¢ Full-Time Employment
¢ Employability Skills
¢ Youth Employment Programs

ORLANDO

3421 Lawton Rd., Ste. 101, Orl., FL

wn 897-2770
KISSIMMEE

2128 N. Michigan Ave., Kiss., FL

wn 846-3521

THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS ARE
CURRENTLY AVAILABLE

HOUSEKEEPING

Housekeeping Technician
FOOD & BEVERAGE
Servers ¢ Utility ® Room Service
* Line Servers ® Prep Cook
FRONT-DESK
Clerks ® PBX Operator * Relief
ENGINEERING DEPT.

Our Benefits include:
Many Discount Cards

« Paid Weekly » Paid Vacation
~ Emplayee Referral Bonus 4

Holiday Pay

PIS

DESK CLERK. Immediate
opening. Apply in person,
Colonial Motor Lodge,
1815 W. Vine Street

HOUSEKEEPERS 1/year
experience, $6.50/hour.
3199 A. W.Vine Street,
933-8555.

ASSISTANT HOUSE-
KEEPER. For Disney area
Condo resort. Desire 1/yr.
Timeshare Housekeeping
experience & 1-2/yrs.
Supervisory experience.
Excellent pay & benefits for
right individual. Contact
Ryan at 407-859-8900,
Mon.-Fri.

LOVELY CONDO
RESORT in Lake Buena
Vista area looking for semi
retired part time house-
keepers. Incentive bonus.
Will Train. For opportunity
call Belle 407-239-4222,
Tues.-Sat.

HELP WANTED. Waitres-
ses and maids. Apply,

DAYS INN, 2095 E.
Hwy.192, Kiss.. 846-7136.

RESERVATIONIST-
Experienced bilingual.
Computer, typing experi-
ence. Flexible hours.
Fringe benefits. For vaca-
tion rental resort in Kissim-
mee. 847-6550.

HELP WANTED. Front
desk clerk, bookkeeper &
maids. Apply in person,
LARSON'S LODGE;
Kissimmee, 2009 W.Vine
St.

RELIEF AUDITOR/
FRONT DESK Clerk
wanted. Full time position.
Micros experience
preferred but will train.
Apply in person only, SAVE
INN, 2225 E-192, Kissim-
mee, FL.

HELP WANTED. Night
Auditor & Relief Night Audi-
tor, Maintenance, & Maids.
Good Wages! Apply
person
COMFORT INN EAST
201 SIMPSON ROAD
E.O.E

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*Cruise Lines
*Tour Operators

LOVELY RESORTS, In
Disney area looking for
Part-time Hdusekeepers.
Excellent benefits with
incentive bonus. Call
407-239-4222, ask for
Belle, Tues.-Sat.

HELP WANTED. Desk
Clerks & Maids. Apply in
person: KING'S MOTEL,
4836 W. Hwy.192,
396-4762.

HOUSEKEEPING
SUPERVISOR. 2/years
experience, $16,500 per
year. Apply CONCORD
CONDOMINIUMS, 3199 A
W.Vine St., 933-8555.

LOVELY CONDO
RESORT, In Disney area
looking for Housekeepers,
Inspectors & Housemen.
Experience helpful, but not
necessary. 40/hour week.
Excellent benefits.
Uniforms furnished. Call
Debbie; 827-6207,

396-1300, Wednesday-
Sunday.

340
RESTAURANT/
LOUNGE

HELP WANTED.
Hostess, 2/evenings per
week, retiree preferred.
Experienced Waitress, full
time evening shift. Apply
5pm-6pm: Giuseppes
Restaurant, 3624 W.Vine
St.

WANTED! Servers &
Dishwashers. Call between
3pm & 6pm, 396-6456.

. IF

SHED le DH a it

HELP WAN

e Maids We hire husband &
wife teams.

Great Pay! Great Benefits!
RODEWAY

5245 Irlo Brongon Nem. Hwy.

FAT BOY'S BAR-B-Q in
St.Cloud is now hiring wait-
resses, cashier, & hostess.
Apply in person, 2912 13th
Street, St.Cloud.

ST.CLOUD DAIRY
QUEEN, Hiring all posi-
tions! Full & Part time.
Flexible hours. Pleasant
working conditions. Day &
Night shifts available. Join
the DAIRY QUEEN TEAM,
we treat you right! Stop in
at the St.Cloud Dairy
Queen or call 892-1880.

Cont. on next page

TED |

INN EAST
(Hwy 192)

The Following
Positions Are Available

Maintenance Person
(Experienced) 3 p.m. - 12 a.m.

Security Officer

11 p.m. -7 a.m.

OUR MANY BENEFITS

INCLUDE:

eYear Round Employment ® Paid Weekly
* Free Meals ® Free Uniforms ® Employee
Discounts * Medical, Dental and Disability
* 5 Paid Holidays ® Birthday Pay
e Jury Duty Pay ® Vacation, Sick Pay
2 e Education Reimbursements
e Christmas Cash Bonus e Payroll Savings
& Credit Union

5678 U.S. Highway 192 East, Kissimmee
HRS 388-1

EOE M/F

Applicant must be computer literate,

telephone skills a must,
typing 40-55

p-m.,

Dependable
Transportation

Necessary
Hours 8-5

GREAT PAY,
EXCELLENT BENEFITS!

Apply In Person

East of the Magic Kingdom®

(Entrance Is On 192)
Take 192 West, turn on Frontage Road (by Okd Town) Take 1st Right on Dirt
Road Personnel Office— Pink and Blue Building on 192.

Work With The

Best Team In Town...

necessary for this salaried position.)

CHILTON INN GATEWAY

THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS
ARE AVAILABLE
o FRONT DESK CLERK AM & PM

* MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
*.ROOM ATTENDANT
» EXPERIENCED BANQUET SET UP

(Must be able to lift heavy items. Flexible hours are

i &.

We Offer Weekly Pay & Free Meals.

- APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED

Only 2 of the Many Excellent
Benefits at:

7470 H

"HILTON INN

IN GATEWAY
470 Highway 192 West
~~ Kissimmee, FL 34741



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Cont. from preceding page
JULIAN'S STEAK-
HOUSE. All positions open!
920 W.Vine St., Kissim-
mee. 933-0908.

POSITIONS
AVAILABLE

CELEBRATE

10 YEARS
OF EXCELLENCE!

Zimmie's...Vistana's
side restarurant & cafe is
adding to it's team of hard-
WOrKing employees. We
are seeking candidates
who are enthusiastic &
enjoy working in a fun
environment. Come cele-
brate our success & consid-
ei these imitiediale operi-
ings!

PCOI-

COOKS-
Previous short order & grill
experience preferred. AM &
PM shifts avaiable.

FOOU SERVERS-
Prior waiter/waitress
experience helpful

BUSSER/

DISHWASHER-

No experierice,

we will train!
We offer competitive saiary
& benefits.

Apply:

Vistana
Employment Office
Mon-Fri, 9am-4pm

13800 S.R. 535
Lake Buena Vista, FL

32830

VISTANA RESORT
EOE NF

LOVELY CON D 0
RESORT in Disney area
looking for Short Ordei
Cook. 2nd shift, flexible
days, 40/hour week. Excel
lent benefits. Uniforms
furnished. Will Train. Cali
Bev, 239-5000 Monday-
Friday.

[

350
CLERICAL

ae tlh} .} tL sf
2: CLERK ***
Purchasing & Clerical

Must be accuraie

: Apply

F.E.C.P, Cast-Creie

Division. Kissimmee. Old

Dixie Hwy. & Sawdust

Trail.

PART TIME SECRETARY!
Leasing Agent Needed.
Weekends. Send Resume
to: P.O. Box 422068-VG,
Kiss., Fla. 34742.

PERSONNEL POOL
Is_hiring Word Processors
withy 1 or more of the
following skills:

MS WORD

*DISPLAY WRITE IV

*WORD PERFECT 5.0

*MULTIMATE

LOTUS 1,111

Call 846-1112 for appoint-
ment TODAY!
NEVER A FEE!

KISSIMMEE
& SOUTH ORLANDO
OPENINGS AVAILABLE
eSecretary- Top Skills
«Data Entry Operators
oFile Clerks
*Receptionists-
wityping & w/o typing
Full time and temporary
Never A Fee!
PERSONNEL POOL
846-1112

" MEDICAL RECORDS
SECTY/CLERK.

Previous medical office
experience preferred.
Typing a must.

Apply in person Monday-
Friday, 9am-4pm at:

# PARKSIDE LODGE
i Kissimmee, FL
Â¥Call 933-5222
= directions

for

*SECRETARY- Exper
sienced in Real Estate
eBilingual preferred
4 Computer experience. For
% international Real Estate
.3Firm. Fringe Benefits.
§ 348-8650

§

¢ ln >
¢TALK TO THOUSANDS in
ga minute with an Osceola
sShopper classified ad.

ET ik fl Yo Sor ih ARAN

SECRETARY-

with Clerical, Accounting
and Administrative skills.
Thorough knowledge of
Business English, Spelling,
Punctuation and Math.
Tourism industry and
computer experience a
plus.

Send resume to:
Kissimmee/St.Cloud
Convention
& Visitors Bureau,
P.O. Box 422007,
Kissimmee, FL
34742-2007
E.O.E.

CLERK FOR MAIL
DEPARTMENT- Must type
35/wpm and have know-
ledge of Postage Meter,
Scales and Copying
Machine. Heavy lifting
required. Computer experi-

ence a plus.
Send resume to:
" Kissimmee/St.Cloud
Convention
& Visitors Bureau,
P.O. Box 422007,
Kissimmee, FL
34742-2007
EO.E.

GENERAL OFFICE
CLERK- X-Ray Depart-
ment. Weekends, 12/hour
shifts, 8am-8pm. Patient
processing, transporting
patients, filing.

Apply in person at:
HUMANA HOSPITAL
KISSIMMEE, 700 W. Oak
St.. Kissimmee. E.O.E.

355
EDUCATIONAL
i ER EE,

CiViL SERVICE & POST-
AL EXAM training for jobs.
$11.49/hour. No Experi-
ence Required. 600
N.Thacker, Kissimmee.
Call 932-1104.

356
RESUMES

THE PEOPLE INTER-
CHANGE. For The BEST
First impression, Use our
Resumes! 847-2339.

360
SECURITY

SECURITY OFFICERS
For Disney & South Orlan-
do Aresas. Experience
desired. Starting wages up
insurance

Bonus
if currently

io $5. 50/hour.

after 6/months.
Program
licensed.
Call Orlando, 894-4153

CONVENTION SECURI-
TY. Enjoy working in Flori-
da's finest resort. Retirees
weicome. Full'& part time.
846-1435.

SECURITY OFFICER.
Licensed, part time nights,

Kissimmee/Orlando area.
846-1435.

364
TELEMARKETING
FS —————————————

TELEMARKETING-
$300-$700 per week.
incoming & outgoing calls.
396-1157, ask for Tom.

WE NEED YOU
Earn as you learn while
developing your Career
Skills in Sales and Market-
ing. The fastest growing
resort in Orlando area,
needs you in its Telemark-
eting Division. Salary and
Bonus Program. For further
information call Vaughan at
396-2286.

365
SALES
Ro, A pspiiria

REAL ESTATE
ASSOCIATE
Licensed to sell and advise
buyers & sellers of
Commercial real estate.
Come work with the
‘Professionais” in this

demanding market.
Doug Stewart Realty
407-846-6027

PART-TIME OR FULL-TIME
MORNINGS, AFTERNOONS

WIN FREE LINGERIE
PLUS PRIZES.

Just invite your friends for

fun-filled, In-home lingerie

party. Career Opportunities

Availablile:
1-800-243-5304.

Mrs.Orange.

ARE YOU AMBITIOUS,
Friendly, Outgoing? We
Need You Now! We offer:
Full/Part Time Opportuni-
ties & Unlimited Earnings.
Call 396-2506.

PART TIME-
GIVE AWAY our product.
Excellent pay, Paid daily.
Mike, 957-4334.

FASHION SALESLADIES
part, full time. Experienced
Better Dresses. Salary plus
commission. BRENNERS,
Florida Mall

LADIES: Beauty Products
Sales Reps. Part/Full Time.
$500 plus per week.
1-682- 7997.

PART TIME RETAIL sales
person. Mature & able to
work flexible hours in pleas-
ant surroundings. Call
George at 396- 0067.

AUTO SALES PERSON
Salary plus commission.
Excellent working condi-
tions. Apply: 2676
N.O.B.T., 847-4488.

366
COSMETOLOGY/
BEAUTICIAN
IE E———————————————

PROFESSIONAL HAIR
TECH Needed for 2 loca-
tions. With or without
following. Apply in person
at: MOP CHOP SHOP,
1976 Dart Blvd. (Next to
Publix), 348-8007.

HAIRSTYLISTS & NAIL
TECHS. No following
necessary. Call for appoint
ment, 933-7900.

369
MAINTENANCE

LOVELY CONDO
RESORT, In Disney area,
looking for Maintenance
Person. 1/yr. Villa experi-
ence in A/C servicing &
appliance repair desired
40/hr. week. Excellent
benefits. Uniforms furn
ished. Call Joe Viney,
239-5000, Tues.-Sat.

370
CRAFTS, TRADES
& SKILLS

CONCRETE FINISHERS
and Laborers wanted. Must
have own transportation.
892-4722.

HELP WANTED. Land-
scape gardener, 40/hrs.
work per week. Must be
able to prepare grading,
seeding, sodding of land.
Apply fertilizer, transplant-
ing shrubs & plants, inter-
pretation of plants. Use of
manual & power equip-
ment. Minimum 2/years
experience. For informa-
tion, call 348-0406 or Job
Service of Florida, Job
no.FL0214682.

TRAMMELL CROW
Residential is expanding
in the Kissimmee area & is
currently seeking employ-
ees specializing in main-
tenance, grounds, &
housekeeping. Please
call 870-2216.

HELP WANTED.
Electricians & experienced
helpers. Full ime. BRIGHT

ELECTRIC
932-0770

WELDERS-

To $14.00/HOURLY
Will Train.

All Phases. All Types.

Start Now! Permanent.
1-648-9111

DRIVERS-

To $850/WEEKLY
Local & Long Haul.
Many Needed! Will Train!
1 -648-9111

HELP WANTED: Carpen-
ters, Lead/Layout Man.
Experienced with tools. For
residential framing.
847-9981, 873-0553, leave
message.

MECHANIC. Preferably
working on foreign cars,
2/years experience.
Kissimmee area.
933-7115.

AUTOMOTIVE TRAINEE.
Foreign car restoration.
Kissimmee area.
933- 7115.

NIGHT TIME DREDGE
OPERATOR /Wanied at
local sand company. Good
benefits Call
813-422-1171.

CARPENTERS-
Pros & Subs
Get all the work
you can handie!

1-869-0221

PAINTERS-
Pros & Subs
Get all the work
you can handle!
1 869-0221

ue * CARPENTERS ei

* & TRAINEES â„¢
Wood form building. Basic
skills-will train.
F.E.C.P. Cast Crete,
Kissimmee. Old Dixie

Hwy. & Sawdust Trail.

CABLING &
WIRING TECHNICIANS

Genteice Communications
is seeking several Cabling
& Wiring Technicians.
Duties include pulling tele-
phone wires and cable.
Excellent salary.

Apply:

Vistana
Empioyment Office
Mon-Fri, 9am-4pm

13800 S.R. 535
Lake Buena Vista, FL

32830

VISTANA RESORT
E.O.E. M/F

MECHANIC/SMALL
ENGINE, needed for estab-
lished lawn mower & tractor
company. Experience &
own tools required. Stable
employment & company
benefits. Salary. commen-
surate with experience.
Apply in person at: HOOD
SALES & RENTAL, 1770
E.-192, Kissimmee. See
Alan.

Apply, |

DIRECTOR OF NURSING

A corporate promotion has created a vacancy for
a director of nursing, in our superior rated nurs-

ing facility.

Candidate will take over well defined, well organiz-
ed position, in excellent work environment.
Strong patient assessment skills, leadership
abilities, supervisory skills & self motivation a
must. Ability to work closely with others and a
positive attitude also required. 2 years in similar
position or extensive supervisory experience
preferred. Superior salary & benefit package.

Send Resume to:
JOHN MILTON NURSING HOME
1120 W. Donegan Ave., Kissimmee FL 34741
Or Call Jack Lehman At:

(407) 847-2854

$$ PREMIUM PAY FOR PREMIUM PEOPLE $$

MECHANIC NEEDED
Must have truck and tools.
Call Butch 933-1402.

LOVELY CONDO
RESORT, In Disney area
looking for Groundsmen.
Experience «desired in
mowing operation, trees,
shrubs and flower care.
call Jeff or Dennis,
239-5000, Monday-
Friday.

SWIMMING POOL MAIN-
TENANCE route person,

experienced. Call
847-0842.

372
AC/HEATING
MECHANICS

a

AIR CONDITIONING
SERVICE MAN. 846-3214.

NOW HIRING!! Duct
mechanics & installers.
Apply in person, SMITH
AIR CONDITIONING, 1130
E.Donegan Ave.

375
PROFESSIONAL
EE

CHILDCARE

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
Needed to fill immediate
opening. Must have Child-
care background and be
business oriented. Only
qualified persons need
apply. Full training and
rapid advancement to
Directors Position for right
person. Complete back-
ground checks will be
made.

Resumes and applica-
tions now being
accepted at:

The
Gingerbread House,
2610 N.Bermuda Ave.
Kissimmee

377
MANAGEMENT
PERSONNEL

ASSISTANT MANAGER
IMMEDIATE OPENING
National company seeks
experienced team member

for a 192/unit apartment’

community. Computer
experience a must. Excel-
ient benefits.

Call 846-2040

380
MEDICAL
EE ——————S———

Medical Personnel Pool
Needed immediately!
LIVE-IN, H.H.A.

For Kissimmee area.
Contact Cheryl at

846-4663 or 847-8684.

R.N. PART TIME with Full
time Potential in a new Oral
and Maxillofacial Surgery
Practice in Kissimmee.
‘Excelient Hours and
Salary. Reply to: P.O. Box
422068BE, Kissimmee,
Fila. 34742.

RECEPTIONIST FULL-
TIME: New Oral and Maxil-
lofacial Surgery Practice in
Kissimmee. Experience in
a Medical or Dental prac-
tice preferred but not
required. Mature individual
that is pleasant and profes-
sional. Reply to: P.O. Box
422068BE, Kiss., Fla.
34742.

SURGICAL ASSISTANT
Full time position working in
a new Oral and Maxillofa-
cial Practice in Kiss. C.D.A.
or L.P.N. Preferred. Excel-
lent Salary. Reply to: P.O.
Box 422068BE, Kiss., Fla.
34742.

DENTAL ASSISTANT.
Experience preferred, in
well established practice.
Top salary plus benefits.
846-3662.

NURSING
ASSISTANT CLASSES.
Eamn As You Learn! State
approved certified school
on site with open entry-
open exit, on-going clas-
ses. Employment oppor-
tunities available. Join our
team and receive your
tuition, books and uniforms
free.

KISSIMMEE GOOD
SAMARITAN VILLAGE,
846-7201. E.O.E.

C.N.A.S-

We have just added an
outstanding medical and
prescription drug package
to our list of benefits. We
are currently seeking Certi-
fied Nursing Assistants for
our 7am-3pm and
3pm-11pm staff. We offer
excellent pay, complete
orientation, free uniforms
and more.

Apply to:
St.Cloud
Healthcare Center,
1301 Kansas Ave.
St.Cloud, FL. 892-5121.
E.O.E.

JOHN MILTON
NURSING HOME
Has openings for
1- R.N., Days
1- L.P.N., nights.
C.N.ASS,
Experienced preferred.
Apply In Person At:
1120 W. Donegan Ave.
Kissimmee. 847-2854
E.O.E.

MEDICAL SECRETARY
needed for Doctors, Office
in Kissimmee. Includes
assisting Doctor and
Reception Duties. Please
apply 9am-3pm at: 201
HILDA STREET, Suite 22.

C.N.AS
Full.and part time,
All shifts.
Apply in person at:
SOUTHERN OAKS
HEALTHCARE
CENTER
2355 Kiss. Park Rd.,
St.Cloud, FL 957-2280
E.O.E.

Medical Personnel Pool
Spring is Here!
Come Grow with us!

Qualified:

CNA’S, HHA'S,
LPN’S RN’S.
Needed to give quality care
in Osceola County. Choose
your hours & assignments
for staffing & private duty.
Our many benefits include,
Daily Pay! Please call

Cheryl at 846-4663.

CNA’s, HHA’s
Earn $6.50 (H.H.A.)
$7.50 (C.N.A.)
Per Hour To Start
Assignments Are Waiting
Call Today!

OLSTEN HEALTH CARE
SERVICES

407-740-0600.

CERTIFIED
NURSING ASSISTANTS
PROGRAM-
This is your opportunity to
start a career in the Health
Care Field. Applications
being accepted with inter-
view for new Nursing Assis-
tant Training Classes.
Classes starting April 12th!
Apply Monday-Friday,
9am-4pm at:
SOUTHERN OAKS
HEALTHCARE
CENTER
2355 Kiss. Park Rd.,
St.Cloud, FL 957-2280
E. O.E.

LPN NEEDED for busy
Doctors office in Kissim-
mee. OB/GYN Experience
preferred. Call Sheila for
appt. 933-1810.

EXPERIENCED E.K.G.
TECH Pool,. Variable Days
and Nights,

385
CONSTRUCTION
BR —.—_- ri et hr irri
CONSTRUCTION
LABORERS NEEDED.

Disney area, $5.00/hr. Call
292-7167. No Fee.

DON'T WASTE YOUR
MONEY On Cheap Imita-
tions. Call the Osceola
Shopper at 846-7600.
We're the best shopping
guide around!.

L.P.N. NEEDED

For Busy Doctor’s Office

In Kissimmee.
OB/GYN Experience Preferred.
Call Sheila for Appointment

933-1810

HHA's—

CNA’s

VNA Respite-Private Duty

Needs You Now
For Immediate Assignments
In Kissimmee Area

* TOP PAY
+ CHOOSE OWN HOURS/DAYS

I"

Call Bonnie 933 - 2092

NINA

Holuday nn

ASTEPIN THE

RIGHT DIRECTION!
The Preferred Employer

The following positions are available

4,

HOUSEKEEPING
*Room attendants *P.M. Houseperson
GUEST SERVICES

*P B X. Operators eFront Desk Clerks eBell Person

FOOD AND BEVERAGE

*P M Ice Cream Parlor Attendants ¢P.M. Pizza Parlor Attendants *Col. Saucy Character
Bartenders P.M /A M. Cashier/Hostess PM. Utility Person A.M. Cook PM. Dishwasher

ENGINEERING
*Engineer Shift Lead

_MAINCATE
“INVEST

7300 Irlo Bronson Mem.
Hwy. U.S. 192 West
Located 2 Mile West of Disney Entrance

Kissimmee, FL 34746

A (407) 396-7300

Bass

NEXT DOOR TO THE WORLD
Owned by Bas$ Maingate West, Inc. and

operated under license from Holiday Inns, Inc

ailable Afte

moons &
iy = But Not

OR EVENINGS
Fantastic Opportunity
You Can Have Fun While
Making Big Money Working In
Our Tourist Information Centers!
Flexible Hours — If you have an
outgoing personality & enjoy
talking to people

Call Joan For An interview 396-6725

UPTO

$5.75

PER HOUR TO START

We offer good benefits, free uniforms,
meals, regular pay increases, flexible
hours, promote from within policy.

We're currently interviewing for:

* COOKS + CLOSERS * CASHIERS
* DISHWASHERS * DAYTIME SERVERS

Want to know more RIGHT NOW? Apply in
. person or call between 12-5 p.m., Monday
thru Sunday, ask for Diane or Kathy.

A.D.O.N.

Now accepting applications
for. Assistant Director of
Nursing. Candidate must
be an R.N. with long term
care experience preferred.
Competitive salary and
benefits.

Apply in person:
SOUTHERN OAKS
HEALTHCARE CENTER
2355 Kiss. Park Rd.,
St.Cloud. E.O.E.

PART TIME ARRT for port-
able X-ray. company. Call
847-8864.

TODAY WORK TODAY* APPLY TODAY

DRIVERS
NEEDED

vaoL

PIZZA HUT
4975 W. Spacecoast,
Kissimmee, Fla.
(407) 396-7273
PIZZA HUT
(Old Town)
5740 W. Spacecoast,
Kissimmee, Fla.
(407) 396-2207

; Equal Opportunity Employer

A iddVe A

Mon-Wed-Fri. Paydays
*AM & PM SHIFTS

AOR

REE

Personnel Pool
Subsidiary-of H&R Blocks
Equal Opportunity. Employer MIF i

Ladd 2 4 TODAY WORK TODAY + APPLY TODAY

—_WORK TODAY *APPLY

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* APPLY TODAY —

WORK TODAY |



Thursday, April 5, 1990, NEWS-GAZETTE, Page B23

386
FARM WORKERS

HELP WANTED. Man to do
farm and grove work.
Salary, home furnished.
Other benefits. 892-5069,

390
WAREHOUSE

PACKERS/STOCKERS
$6.00-$12.47/HOURLY
Will Train. All Shifts.
Male/Female.
HIRING NOW!
1-648-9111

WAREHOUSE/DRIVERS
Up To $12.50/HOURLY
Will Train
All Shifts.
1-291-3800

395
BABYSITTER
WANTED

BABYSITTER NEEDED.
Mature woman preferred.
St.Cloud area. Monday-
Friday, 8am-Spm. Starting
May. References required.
Please call afternoons,
892-8951.

425
HOMES
FOR SALE

5/BEDROOM, 3/bath,
over-sized lot, near
elementary school,
porch, shed, one bedroom
with private entrance.
$85,000. 125 Poinsettia
Dr., BVL. 348-4761.

**ST.CLOUD***
*NEW HOME!!**
3/Bedroom, 2/Bath,

2 Car Garage.

$64,9001! \
Call 892-7229, 892-4628

KISSIMMEE. For Sale.
3/bedroom,
Pebble Creek. $59,900.
892-7229, 892-4628.

BY OWNER. 4/bedroom,
3/bath home. on Meadow
Woods Golf Course, Orlan-
do. Mid-80's. 1-851-7394.

IN ST.CLOUD 4/bedroom,
2/bath. In Ground Swim-
ming Pool. 1700sq.ft.
Living Space, $59,900.
892-3041.

GOVERNMENT HOMES
from $1 (U repair). Delin-
quent tax property. Repos-
sessions. Call (1
805-687-6000
Ext.GH-10383 for current
repo list.

LAKE PLACID, FLA.
Custom Built Home
includes lot, 80'x125'.
$44,900. 2/bedroom,
2/bath, 1/car garage.
1-800-282-5270.

KISSIMMEE. New 2/story
custom brick home on the
water in Breckingridge.
Over 4300/Ft under roof
and 3100/ft of floor area,
this executive 3/bedroom
mansion with office has it
all: over 900/ft of hardwood
floors, 1100/4t of ceramic
tiles and plush carpet.
Extras, Extras, Extras:
2/fireplaces, wetbar with
icemaker, security system,
stereo intercom, Central
Vac, refrig with door ice,
microwave, trash compac-
tor, ect., ect. Must see to
believe. $243,000.
847-7231 or 870-3228.

LIKE NEW, 3/2, split plan
home. Family room,
screened room, 2/car
garage, many extras
included! Over-sized, land-
scaped lot, satellite dish,
appliances. Poinciana, by
owner, 427-0036.

' LAKE VIEW
Beautiful 3/bedroom,
2/bath, double car garage
home with view of East
Lake Toho. immaculately
Kept! Has new appliances!
New Air Conditioner.
Screened Patio. Newly
Landscaped, Mature Oaks.
OWNER FINANCING
AVAILABLE. Only
$89,450. 892-2528.

VETERANS-NOTHING
DOWN!! Non-veterans
from $3,100. Low as
$598/month net. New 3/2
w/double garage. SELL-
ERS CHOICE REALTY.
Ben Cooper, 846-2748.

GOVERNMENT HOMES
from $1.00. U Repair. Also
tax delinquent erties.
Call 805-644-9533 Ext.132
for current repo list.

FOR SALE-NEW HOME
3/bedrooms, 2/bath, C/H/A.
Sa13ge. $56,900.

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847-32

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1% /bath..

FOR SALE: ST.CLOUD!
New 3/bedroom, 2/bath
home, 2/car garage,

1,220sq.1t. living.
802.5858, Boao,

SIESTA LAGO-
Best single wide in park.
2/bedroom, front kitchen,
double roof, large screen
room, large carport area,
large - shed. Totally furn-
ished, beautifully land-
scaped. Mint condition
inside and out. Must see to
believe! $17.495.

933-7040.
After 6pm, 396-8827,

BVL, 3/BEDROOM,
2/bath, many extras!
Assumable, non-qualifying,
no closing costs! $66,000.
348-4916.

NEW BUILDER’S HOME!!
In Breckingridge, 4/2 split,
pool planned, brick fire-
place, french doors, tiled
kitchen, vaulted ceilings.
3,200/Sq.Ft. No Realtor's
Fees! 933-7585,

NEW HOMES FOR SALE
From $62,900
Free Refrigerator
Good-Rich Realty,
870-2955

GOVERNMENT HOMES
from $1.00 (U Repair).
Foreclosures, Repos, Tax
Delinquent Properties.
Now Selling. Call
1-315-736-7375,
ExtH-FL-K2 current lists.
24/hours.

HOUSE FOR SALE. 2616
Beaumont, by appointment

.only! 3/bedroom, 2/full

baths, $57,500. 846-3214.

SANDALWOOD
#1 Mobile Home Communi-
ty. Super Nice 2/bedroom.
Cathedral ceilings, 3-ceil-
ing fans, awning, stucco
skirting. Won't last long.
$11,495.
933-7040.
After 6pm, 396-8827

EXCLUSIVE
CANEBRAKE
SUBDIVISION

Executive 3/bedroom,
2/bath, fireplace, jacuzzi,
rear porch, super kitchen,
many upgrades.
EQUITEC. 847-0850.

OWNER FINANCING!
3/bedroom, swimming
pool, many extras, on nice
acre! 532 & 17-92 area.
$57,500. $7,500 down.
Flexible payments.
813-422-2719.

INDIAN WELLS/FOR
SALE By Owner. 3/2,
decorator touches, good

475
MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE

RENT TO OWN mobile
homes. Financing Avail-
able. 892-7169.

FOR SALE BY OWNER.
18’ /acres, 24X60 mobile
home, 2/ponds, 30X30
shop on dead end.
933-4449.

2.1/2 WOODED ACRES
with older Double Wide
Mobile Home 5/miles south
St.Cloud. Details
846-5755.

NICE DOUBLEWIDE
MOBILE HOME 24X56' on

© 2.1/4 acre lot. 5/miles south
of St.Cloud. Calll for details
846-5755.

LOW DOWN
3/2 Doublewide
$199/mo.
1-800-456-0807
WE FINANCE

“MODULAR HOMES”
Now Available For
Residential Housing

All Sizes
1-800-456-0807
“WE FINANCE”

“PARK MODEL”
12'x40', Brand New
Starting at $7995
Call 1-800-456-0807
“WE FINANCE”

“MORE SELECTION”
Of Big Homes Than Any
Other Dealer Around
3 or 4 Bedrooms
Call 1-800-456-0807
“WE FINANCE”

FOR SALE. West Kissim-
mee. 1980 1/bedroom
mobile home on lakeview
lot. $4,000 O.B.O.
932-1267, 847-4472-days.

7/10 ACRE with 2/bed-
room, 1/bath mobile home.
Located on busy street.
Asking $45,000. Call after
6pm, 847-3093.

SIESTA LAGO, 1980
Guerdon, 14x56, 2/bed-
room, 1 1/2-bath, bay
window, new carpet, AC,
skirting. Only $8,000. Call
Linda at 396-4328.

MOBILE HOME FOR
SALE. Good condition,
4/rooms & bath, newly
installed CHA, plush
carpeting, velvet furniture,
Hammond organ, many
extras! Patio, carport, shed,
furnished! Reasonable.
846-3046.

of property “For Sale
By Owner".
HELP-U-SELL
REALTOR

846-6900.

WOULD YOU LIKE to
know the value of your
home? Call LUND
GALLERY OF HOMES,
Inc. Realtor, 846-7000.

LARGE HOUSE FOR
SALE: 3/bedroom, 2/bath
on Canal in St.Cloud.
Attached Garage.
957-1208.

440
TOWNHOUSES
FOR SALE

FOXHALL TOWNHOUSE
2/bedroom, 1.1/2 bath.
Screened Porch, Pool.
$55,900. 396-0520.

450
CONDOS
FOR SALE

FOR SALE: 2/KISSIM-
MEE CONDOS Fireplace
or Jacuzzi. 2/bedroom,
2/bath, first floor. Kitchen
Appliances. Must Sell!

$52,900 Lease-
Purchase??. Orlando
695-9394.

CONDO FOR SALE or
lease with option. 2/2, near
Disney. Must Sell,
Reduced to $45,000.
846-6399.

The Big
Easter Egg
Hunt Is On!
Hop On Over to

Outrigger Village

and Get Up to
$49500 Off

On Select Apartments.
Expires 4-14-80

* area. Convenient to MOBILE HOME. 1/4-acre
Kissimmee, Disney or lot, good well, chain link
Orlando! $89,000. - fence, nice, $39,500.
396-7192. 847-8609.

FREE WEEKLY LISTS COCOA-

5 Star Rated Mobile Home
Community. SUPER NICE
3/Bedroom, 2/Full Bath.
Screened room, awning,
carport, stucco skirting.
Must See To Appreciate.
$22,495.

CALL COLLECT!
407-933-7040.
After 6pm,
407-396-8827,

SANDALWOOD

#1 Mobile Home Communi-
Super Nice 2/bedroom.

athedral ceilings, 3-ceil-
ing fans, awning, stucco
skirting. Won't last long.
$11,495. v

933-7040.
After 6pm, 396-8827

FOR SALE. Singlewide
mobile home, excellent,
extras! Asking $12,000.
847-7788.

DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME. 3/bedroom, 2/bath,
extras, 1986, $14,900,
St.Cloud. 957-2997. :

MOBILE HOME for sale.
2/bedroom, 1/bath, screen
porch & shed, appliances,
$5,900, Kissimmee.
933-0960.

FOR SALE. 2/bedroom,
1/bath M.H. with utility
shed. Needs work. $4,700.
Owner financing with $700
down. 846-0328 after
6:00pm.

BULL CREEK MANAGE-

MENT AREA 1.1/4 acres.

1990 Mobile Home, Pool,
_ etc. $28,500. 892-1672.

FOR SALE: 12X40 1/bed-
room Mobile Home on
rented lot, $10,500. Trade
for livable R.V. 933-8332.

SIESTA LAGO. 14x52
singlewide mobile home.
2/bedroom, 1 1/2-bath,
large screened porch, utility
room, full electric, CHA.
Asking $7,000. Make offer.
Call 348-6085, Iot-295.

FURNISHED 3/BED-
ROOM for sale in nice park,
$10,000. Furnished 1/bed-
room, $7500. 396-1846.

SINGLEWIDE SALE
14X70
3/Bedroom, 2/Bath
$10,888
14X52
2/Bedrooms, $9,190.
All New 1990’s.
As low as $110/month
Delivered & Setup.

BANKS
MOBILE HOME SALES,

SIESTA LAGO-
Best single wide in park.
2/bedroom, front kitchen,
double roof, large screen
room, large carport area,
large shed. Totally furn-
ished, beautifully land-
scaped. Mint condition
inside and out. Must see to
believe! $17.495.

933-7040.
After 6pm, 396-8827,

NEW 3/BEDROOM,
2/BATH Doublewides.
Hardboard Siding, Shingle
Roof, Plywood Floor, Total
Electric and More! Deliv-
ered and Set with air, $850
Down, $199 per month.
813-858-1427.

NEW 14X80’ FLEET-
WOOD 3/bedroom, 2/bath.
Loaded! Delivered and Set
with air. $650 Down, $181
Month. 813-858-1427.

CHEAPER THAN RENT.
New 2/bedroom, 2/bath

1 Block south of I-4 then 2 mobile home.
Blocks west of 98 on Griffin $189/month.
Rd, Lakeland. JACKSON SQUARE,
813-688-4635 847-8266.
** kk REPOS A # kk 477
0$ DOWN, Just pay sales
tax & lcanputyouina?2, 3 MANUFACTURED
or 4/bedroom mobile home HOMES
with payments as low as WANTED
$144.44 per month. Free
delivery & set-up and Parks
Available. For more info, fofaRetetofatotafiatadotale!
ANNOUNCING!!!

Call Kitty 813-621-2564.

TO SETTLE ESTATE.
1/owner, 1986, 14x48,
2/bedroom, 1/bath, excel-
lent condition, furniture,
washer/dryer, lots of kitch-
en cupboards, covered
front & back porches, large
utility shed, 90ftx130ft lot
on water way to Toby Lake,
Silver Springs area.
Reduced from $20,900 to
$20,000 for quick CASH
ONLY sale. Must sell!
Personal representative,
407-892-1604, St.Cloud,
Florida.

FOR SALE. New mobile
homes in family park for as
low as $189/month.
JACKSON SQUARE
847-8266

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A NEW FAMILY
MOBILE HOME PARK
in Kissimmee.
Models Open.
JACKSON SQUARE,
2531 Don Jay St.,
Off Donegan Ave.
847-8266
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BEST BUY!
New 28'x56' Home of Merit.
Only $23,995.
Free Delivery & Set-up.
Uncle Roy’s
1-904-351-8514.

*hk $775 DOWN kk *
and just $184.61 per mo.
New 3/2 Mobile Home.
Uncle Roy’s
1-904-351-8514.

1981 14X56 WOODLAKE
Mobile Home. 2/bedroom,
1/bath, C/H/A Unit. Needs
some work. $4,000 O.B.O.
057-3545, 957-8838.

BRAND NEW 1990
DOUBLEWIDE Mobile
Home. 3/bedroom, 2/bath.
Fireplace, Washer and
Dryer, Jacuzzi. MUST
SEE! $45,000. Kiss.
932-0424.

FOR SALE: 2/bedroom
Mobile Home. Completely
Furnished. $2,000 Down,
Monthly Payment $277.00,
no Closing Costs.
846-3569 call anytime.

LAND WITH HOME
PACKAGE 2 or 3/bedroom
Doublewide. Only $245
month (Includes Set and
Air) 813-858-1428.

Cash For Your Used
Manufactured Homes
Now!!!
GLASSEY & ASSOC’S.
649-1929
1. 2.8.8.9.9.9.0.8.6.0.8.9.4

487
WATERFRONT
PROPERTY

5/ACRES FOR SALE*
Thompkins Rd., Narcoos-
see. $50,000 or best offer.
Buyer to arrange own
financing. 957-1034 or
892-2624.

+ 495
ROOMS
FOR RENT

ROOMS & APARTMENTS
FOR Rent. 892-0033.

ROOM FOR RENT. Furn-
ished, utilities, kitchen,
laundry, cable TV.
847-0065.

ROOMS FOR RENT.
Private Bath, Cable T.V. By
week or month. 847-2477.

ST.CLOUD HOTEL. Low
Season. Weekly and
monthly room rates now
available. 892-2313.

ROOMS-SAFE PLACE.

Kitchen, dining, living
rooms. Laundry, cable,
phone included. $50/up.
Call between 9am.-8pm.
892-4848.

SHARE HOME with Christ-
ian Lady. No Bad Habits.
$260 month. 870-9705.
B———

499
ROOMMATE
WANTED

ROOMMATE WANTED.
King's Highway area,
4/bedroom, 3/bath, pool.
$300 pays all. 932-0434,
870-3424.

THE PEOPLE INTER-
CHANGE, For Great
Roommates! 847-2339.

KISSIMMEE
APARTMENT- 1 or 2/Bed-
room for 1-2 quiet adults.
Excellent neighborhood.
No pets. Available May 1st.
$400 plus electric, security.
847-4701.

EFFICIENCY, private
entrance, bath, microwave,
refrigerator, $175, includes
cable. Must pay
1/2-utilities. Security depo-
sit $200 plus last month,
(negotiable). 348-2569.

FOR RENT. 1/bedroom,
unfurnished apartment.
Rent-$267. Security-$255.
References. 846-2975.

FOR RENT. 1/bedroom
apartment, $375 per
month. 1st month, plus
$200 security deposit. Call
846-0774 after 5:00pm.

APARTMENTS FOR
RENT. St.Cloud & Kissim-
mee, 2 & 3/bedroom.
957-2740.

KISSIMMEE

HOME SIZE
1 & 2/Bedroom Apart-
ments. Great for families or
Roommates. Students
Discounts Available.
Specials on Select Apart-
ments.

407-846-2040

FOR RENT: 2/bedroom,
furnished, upstairs apt. C/
H/A in quiet neighborhood.
Close to Lake and Down-
ntown. Prefer adults over
50. No Pets! $385 month
plus $100 Deposit.
348-2816 after Spm.

1/BEDROOM FURN-
ISHED apartment. Adults
only. $250 plus utilities.
892-5216.

Sportsman
WATERFRONT
BARGAIN
$22,900
Beautiful lot on 25 Sq. Mile
BIG BASS LAKE near large
wildlife and hunting
preserve. Paved roads.
Power and private. Mobile
home approved. Close to
Florida's Turnpike and
Yeehaw Junction. Low

down payment.
Call
PATTEN CORP.
407-436-1066,
8:30am-8:30pm

490
ACREAGE/LOTS
FOR SALE

TWO NICE BUILDING
LOTS $10,500 each,
Negotiable. Call 892-1007.

BAY.LAKE RANCHES. On
Eldorado Ct. Best lots in
development. 22 & S/acre
lots. $16,000 per acre firm.
Call 305-941-2039.

ONLY 3 LEFT. Acre lots at
The Alamo Estates on
Pleasant Hill Rd. 933-5470.

500
APARTMENT
RENTALS

EFFICIENCIES, ROOMS
and Mobile Homes. For
Rent. FRIENDLY VILLAGE
INN, 2550 E.Irlo Bronson.
846-6661.

EFFICIENCIES, ROOMS
and Mobile Homes For
Rent. FRIENDLY VILLAGE
INN, 2550 E.Irlo Bronson.
846-6661.

FOR RENT. 2/bedroom,
Kissimmee. $415/month.
Call 436-1209 or 348-8906,
after 7pm.

FULL SIZE EFFICIEN-
CIES, fully furnished
rooms-pool, $155/week.
No deposit down! COLO-
NIAL MOTEL & APART-
MENTS, St.Cioud.
892-2913.

KISSIMMEE APART-
MENT For Rent. 2/bed-
rooms, 2/bath, Drapes,
Microwave. Washer/Dryer.
$425 month, low deposit.
Orlando 282-2407 Call
Collect.

40/ACRES Every Inch High
and Dry! Beutiful Pristine
Pines and Oak Trees.
Good Access, Close to
Disney. Cash or Terms,
Priced to sell at $204,000.
Call 813-422-6868 or
Evenings: 813-324-5735.

OCALA
NATIONAL FOREST.
Wooded lots. River Access.
$5,950/each, No Money
Down, $71.41/month.
Owner, (904)236-4579 or

(904)622-2438.

(§ WOODSIDE &

EFFICIENCIES, ROOMS
and Mobile Homes For
Rent. FRIENDLY VILLAGE
INN, 2550 E.Irlo Bronson.
846-6661.

WHY RENT? Homes for
$1.00, Repos. Gov't give
away programs! For infor-
mation 504-649-0670
Ext.R-6336.

FOR RENT* 2/bedroom
Apt. in Kiss. Near Lake,
$375/month plus Deposit.
846-2939.

Country Living
Inside The City

— OPEN HOUSE—

Mon.-Fri.,

8:00-5:00; Sat.. 9:00-5:00; Sun., 12:00

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846-3622

FOR RENT* 1/bedroom,
unfurnished apartment.
Available May 1st.
892-1275.

FOR RENT: 1/bedroom
cottage. Private Property.
Call 892-2704 after Spm.

FOR RENT. 2/room apart-
ment. Nice for 1 or couple.
Out of Towners Welcome!
Foreigners welcome.
870-8893.

505
VILLAS
FOR RENT
I —
POINCIANA VILLA ON

GOLF COURSE 2/bed-

rooms, 1.1/2 bath. Porch,
Carport, Pool. Year Lease.
$550 month. Furnished
$650. Sale Price $66,500.
Low Down Payment.
Owner Financing.
933-4051.

FOR RENT B.V.L. 1/bed-
room Villa. W/D, Pool. $385
month and Security. Call
834-3198.

Bi iS

508

TOWNHOUSES
FOR RENT

2/BEDROOM, 2.1/2 BATH
TOWNHOUSE Spacious.
North Bermuda. $495
month. 348-2880.

RENTAL- Lakefront Town-
house, BVL Bivd. 2/2,
1200/Sq.Ft. living area,
fireplace. 933-7585.

510
HOUSE RENTALS

POINCIANA
3/bedroom Home for. rent
available from $550-$650.
Beasley Carlisle Mgmt.

407-870-9083.

FOR RENT. 4/bedroom,
2/bath, 2/car garage.

Screen patio, fireplace.

1/acre lot, Alamo Estates

on Pleasant Hill Road.
933-5470.

WHY RENT-OWN ITI!
VETERANS, NOTHING
DOWN! Non-veterans from
$3,100. Low as
$598/month net. New 3/2
w/double garage. SELL-
ERS CHOICE REALTY.
Ben Cooper, 846-2748.

FOR RENT. 2/bedroom,
1/bath house. $400/month,
$300/deposit. 846-0936.

EXECUTIVE
RENTAL HOMES.
Orange/Osceola. We have
furnished and unfurnished
homes available. Call
240-7286. In Osceola
County call
1-800-542-8977. Edwards
Investment Properties

Inc.

FURNISHED HOUSE FOR
RENT in St.Cloud. 2/bed-
room, 1/bath. $500 month
plus $250 Security. No
children or pets! 892-9282.

RENT, POINCIANA. 439
Spike Ct., 3/2, 2/car, extras!
Yearly, $500 & security.
813-367-5860.

RENTALS AVAILABLE-
From $450/month.
Good-Rich Realty,

870-2955

BVL. MODERN, CLEAN
3/bedroom, 2/bath home,
garage, no pets, $525.
847-7117.

FURNISHED HOUSE FOR,
RENT in St.Cloud. 2/bed-
room, $535 month.
957-2161. ;

FOR RENT. Small 1/bed:
room house. $300/month
plus utilities, $100 cleaning
deposit. No pets. One or
two adults only. 892-4853
after 6:00pm. :

HOUSE FOR RENT.
3/bedroom, 2/bath, garage.
C/H/A, carpet, verticals, all
appliances. No pets.
Length of lease negotiable.
$600/month plus security
deposit. 348-0776.

1/BEDROOM COTTAGE
for rent. $350 plus electric &
gas, security deposit.

450000.

FURNISHED 3/BED-

"ROOM off Pleasant Hill,
Seasonal:“/No Pets! $500
month. 847-5719.

FOR RENT: 3/Bedroom,
1.1/2 Bath Home. Available
May 1st. $575. 846-7499.

FOR RENT. 3/bedroom,
2/bath home, near Pleas-
ant Hill Publix. Call after
6:30pm, 847-2197.

3/2 HOUSE FOR RENT In
BVL. Call Owner,
348-5902.

515
CONDOS
FOR RENT

CONDO, 2/1, pool,
screened porch, adults.
933-6490.

520
DUPLEX RENTALS

DUPLEX. 1509 Clay St.
2/1, C/H/A. $400/month,
$150/security. Adults, no
pets. 933-0319.

Cont. on next page

1 & 2 Bedrooms Available
See Our Model Before You Rent

846-2383 Kiss.

FOR RENT: Brand new 2 bedroom,
2 bath attached villa, 1 car garage, fully

equipped kitchen, screened patio,
$485/mo., 1st, last, $200 sec., 1 yr. lease.

Pioneer Realty of Poinciana, Inc.
17 Doverplum Center, Kiss., FL 32758

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933-5478

FOR RENT: Fully furnished 3
bedroom, 2 bath home, 1 car garage,
all appliances inc. W/D, $625/mo., 1st
mo., last mo., 1 mo. sec., 1 yr. lease.

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REALTOR

Pioneer Realty of Poinciana, Inc.
17 Doverplum Center, Kiss., FL 32758

933-5478

Palm
Gardens

* Newly renovated
2 Bedroom apartments

Magic Chef
sundeck, chi

Located adjacent to elementary, middie
and high school. Moefrized urs fee
wall to wall carpeting, cent , New
ces, and blinds. Pool &
's play area, basketball
court, picnic area. 20 minutes from Disney
world.

Rents: $415-$445
For Rental Information:
407/892:7141

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FOR RENT. Cute 1/bed-
room duplex with washer/
dryer hookup, fenced in
yard. Close to town, no
pets. $365/month with
$200 deposit. 933-1895.

RENT: 1/bedroom Duplex.
Firnished/Unfurnished.
$350 month. NO PETS!
846-8741.

DUPLEX FOR RENT.
3/bedroom, 2/bath, fenced
backyard, no pets. Rent,
$500. $500 security. Call
846-1708.

525
MOBILE HOME
RENTALS
—— —_—,
FOR RENT. 1/bedroom
trailer, living room, dining
room, kitchen. $250/month,
1st & last month. 957-3311.

MOBILE HOME LOTS
*» FOR SALE
Small down payment.
Monthly payments like
rent! Owner Financing!
1/2-Hour from Disney.

KALO REAL ESTATE

(813-422-6868)
(813-324-5735)Eves.

535
OFFICE SPACE
RENT/SALE
E.R lt a a

COMMERCIAL BUILDING
FOR RENT. Ideal location.
Up to 1000/Sq.Ft. Offices,
retail, etc. 846-4517.

RETAIL STORES OR
OFFICES FOR RENT.
Kissimmee/St.Cloud
areas.
400/Sq.Ft.-1000/Sq.Ft.
846-6399.

FOR RENT. 1/bedroom
trailer, furnished, utilities
included, $295/monthly.
933-5665.

FOR RENT. Furnished
mobile home, small child
welcome. $350, $200
security. 396-4469.

FOR RENT. Mobile home,
Campbell City. 3/bedroom
1 1/2-bath, adult preferred,
no pets. $400/month plus
security. 933-4047,
933-0060-after 5:30pm.

FOR RENT OR SALE.
2/bedroom mobile home,
St.Cloud Manor. 2/acre lot,
utilities, cable included.
Payment weekly or month-
ly. Kids & pets negotiable.
957-2423.

FOR RENT. 1/bedroom
trailer, utilities included.
Pets negotiable. St.Cloud
Manor. Payment weekly or
monthly. 957-2423.

SMALL FURNISHED
1/bedroomi Mobile on
Private Property. Utilities
Included. First, last securi-
ty, $350. 396-6548.

FOR RENT: 2/bedroom
Mobile Home. $375 month
plus $125 Deposit. Call
846-3569 anytime!

526
TRAVEL TRAILER
RENTALS
Be hE tP
FOR RENT: TRAVEL
TRAILERS. delivered and
set up on your lot or camp-
ground. From $50/week.

First and Last week
required. 846-2296.

527
R.V. RENTALS

BEAUTIFUL PARK
MODEL on lakefront lot
with private dock,
$700 / month.
1-800-999-KAMP.

PARADISE
R.V. RESORTS
725 South
Old Lake Wilson Rd.
LOTS, $150/Month
ALSO
Rent to Own R.V.s.
Starting at $50/Week.
407-396-7711,
407-396-1893

OFFICE BUILDING FOR
LEASE 1000+ Sq.ft. in
excellent condition.
Emmett Street Profession-
al Bldg. 847-5693 or
846-8058.

537
WAREHOUSE
RENTALS
MISES at
80/SEAT RESTAURANT

For Rent. Prime location.
St.Cloud area. 846-6399.

6000 SQ.FT. of medium
Industrial Office Warehous-
ing now under construction.
Lease all or part! 1/block off
E.Vine St. 847-4092.

552
VACATION
RENTALS
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SMOKEY MOUNTAIN
RUSTIC, LOG CABIN
Get The Best For Less!
Near Gatlinburg, Tenn.
Weekly/Nightly
Completely Furnished!
1-615-453-1021.

585
R.V.’S AND
MOTORHOMES
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1985 23FT. GMC motor-
home, excellent condition.
Priced to sell. 932-1053.

1988 35° DOUBLE Tipout
Park Model. Air, awning.
$10,500. 957-7899.

24’ MOTORHOME CLASS
A. 1970 Chinook. 318
Chrysler, radial tires, roof
A/C; generator, microwave,
AM/FM stereo. $8000.
847-0661.

590
MOTORCYCLES
SNA rcs SBMS ff

T.J.’S MOTORCYCLE
Save On
Factory Parts & Service!
All brands of ATV's,
CYCLES, SCOOTERS, &
JET SKIS. Also, used bikes
for sale! 1701 A Eastern
Ave., St.Cloud. Monday-
Friday, 10:00am-7:00pm.
Saturday,
10:00am-2:00pm.

957-3466.

FOR SALE: 1974
HARLEY DAVIDSON
Sportster. Needs paint job
and assembled, $1100.
846-1097.

1982 YAMAHA 920
VIRAGO Excellent Condi-
tion! $1100. 957-8843.

595
AUTOMOBILES

1988 JEEP CHEROKEE
LIMITED. Leather interior.
Excellent condition.
348-2211 after 6pm.

WE BUY GOOD CLEAN
USED CARS. Call
847-4490, ask for Mark.

LOOK IN THE THURS-
DAY AND SATURDAY
News Gazette For Russell
Pontiacs FREE CAR
GIVEAWAY!

ALL GOVERNMENT
SEIZED Cars, Jeeps,
4X4's, Under $100. Local,
Nationwide.
1-800-462-1054 Ext. A887.

*WHOLESALE**
Save money on your next
car or truck. Call for details.
846-3357.

FOUR CARS & MOTOR-
CYCLE SALE. 1975
Lincoln, $595. 1981 Olds
Omega, $950. 1973 Chev-
rolet truck, $500. 1986
Dodge convertible, $6,000.
1983 750 Kawasaki, $995.
Call after 5pm, 846-3461.

1979 FLEETWOOD
CADILLAC Looks and
Runs Good! Everything
Works! $1200 O.B.O.
846-7766.

1981 RELIANT STATION-
WAGON, runs good,
$2,200, OBO. 957-3260.

METROPOLITAN AUTO
SALES. 3400 10th St.
St.Cloud, 957-3311. Late
model cars. Late model
clean cars. Low mileage.
Wholesale prices. Also,
older cars with small down
payments. Starting as low
as $200.

1981 CHRYSLER
CORDOBA Slant 6, P.W.,
P.S., P.B., A.C., $2500
0.B.0. 1980 TOYOTA
COROLLA, 5/speed,
$1500 O.B.O. 1980 FORD
MUSTANG, 4/speed, 4/cyl.
A.C. $1500 ©.B.O.
846-4250 or 846-4239.

'81 CHEVY CAMARO
Z-28. 60 rims front, 50 rims
rear. $1595. 847-4875 after
4pm.

BAHA DUNE BUGGY
seats/4, blue fiberglass,
excellent! $1,995 or trade
for boat or pontoon boat.
348-0022.

GREAT ROAD CAR! 1975
Datsun B-210, great gas
mileage, needs drive shaft,
$400, OBO. 892-3897.

SEIZED CARS, Trucks,
boats, 4-wheelers, motor-
homes, by FBI, IRS, DEA.
Available your area now.
Call 1-800-333-3737,
Ext.C-1448.

1972 CHEVELLE S.W.
350, P.S.,P.B., AC. AT.
Also 1968 V.W. . One
Owner. 892-3309 after
Spm.

FOR SALE. Chrysler New

Yorker, 1976. Excellent
condition. A/C, radio.
892-8419.

’83 NISSAN PULSAR NX
T-tops, hatchback. 103,900
miles $1800. Good condi-
tion. 348-5039.

GOVERNMENT SEIZED/
SURPLUS Vehicles
$100's. BMW's, Cadillacs,
Chevrolets, Fords,
Mercedes, Porsches,
Trucks and Vans. Call
1-504-362-3432
Ext.G.4331, 24/hours.

1984 PLYMOUTH
RELIANT Good Condition,
$700 or 0.B.O. 396-1639.

FOR SALE. 1987 Nissan
Sentra XE. Lots of extras.
Clean car. $4800. Call after
5:30pm, 933-4652.

599
BOATS
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162’ BOAT, Motor and
Trailer, Sea Ray, '88
Suzuki 115. $4500.
348-2806.

1988 HURST BASS boat,
16ft., 60/h.p., PT & T,

arage kept, extras!
5,600. Call 957-3261,
after 7:00pm.

14FT. ALUMINUM Smoke-
craft with trailer, 9 1/2-h.p.
Evinrude, $700. 847-6188.

15’ BOAT WITH TRAILER
40H.P. New Seats, New
Carpet, $1500 O.B.O.
846-4250 or 846-6439.

20° PONTOON BOAT,
40/h.p. Mercury, trailer,
excellent condition, $3,600,
OBO. 957-5854.

14FT. ALUMINUM BOAT
9.9Merc. (1988). (Troll
Motor new). Magic Tilt
Trailer, $995. Call
892-1198.

1986 SEA RAY, 19 1/2-t.
Monaco Series, bow rider,
350CI, 260/h.p. Chevrolet,
Merc/Cruiser, full instru-
ment panel, depth finer,
cruiselog, Halon fire
system, AM/FM cassette
sound system, equipped
completely, full cover,
mooring cover, convertible
top & side curtains, over-
sized 2/axle Shoreland
trailer. JUST LIKE NEW!
$13,500. 892-6666.

CLASSIFIED DEADLINE
For The “Osceola Shopper”
is Monday at 3pm. Real
Estate Deadline is Friday
12noon. Call us at
846-7600.

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Lowest Prices on Rebuilt

Transmissions. Call
846-4488, Ask For Jerry.

TRANSMISSIONS,
REBUILD ALL types,
4/month guarantee! Instal-
lation available.
SPECIAL-350 transmis-
sion with shift kit, $145.
Shop-933-0702, 933-4789.

559
AUTO PARTS/
ACCESSORIES

FORD ENGINE, 302
complete, ready to install,
strong, $300. 396-1952.

WE BUY JUNK CARS!
$$TOP DOLLAR PAID$$
Also Good Used Tires
For Sale.
HARRELSON'S
AUTO SALVAGE,
847-5197

560
VANS

530
MOBILE HOME/RV
LOTS
RENT/SALE

1978 VOLKSWAGEN
VAN Runs Perfect! Little
rust. $1250 0O.B.O.
396-0749.

R.V. LOTS FOR RENT.
$155/month. New Park.
GATOR RESORTS,

892-8662.

R.V. LOTS For rent on
daily, weekly or monthly
basis. 847-2707.

MOBILE HOME LOTS
FOR RENT. Clean, country
atmosphere in family park.
Single & Doublewide lots
available. $160/monthly.
846-8307.

**ORANGE GROVE**
***CAMPGROUND***
2425 Old Vineland Rd. R.V.
Trailers for rent, $375 & up.
Come and see them! R.V.
Sites, $250/first month.
5/miles from Disney/Epcot.
Swimming pool, laundry,
convenience store, LP gas,
miniature golf, horseshoes,
shuffleboard. Walk to shop-
ping. 396-6655.

* NEW CAMPGROUND *

** Full Hookups

** Modern Restrooms

** Country Store

** Laundry

** Picnic Area

** Fishing

Rental Trailers available!

Lot rent $145/mo.
Jungleland R.V. Park
6951 State Rd.#532,
near Intercession City

407-396-4540.

LET US HELP YOU get
that old Klunker off the
road! Just call the Osceola
Shopper at 846-7600 to
place your ad.

1978 FORD VAN Cold air,
automatic, 6/cyl. 30M.P.G.,
New Paint! $1500 O.B.O.
847-8577.

565
TRUCKS

1977 GMC VAN 24ft. with
ramp.-Strong Runner. Fleet
Serviced! $3450 0.B.O.
846-1023.

1984 CHEVY V-6, P.S,
P.B., A.C., AM/FM, Mags,

Bedliner. 64,000/miles.
Like New, $4200.
847-6144,

CHEVY TRUCK, EI Cami-
no, 1972 Sports hood,
$800. 436-1467.

1987 CHEV. P.U. Air, P.S.,
P.B., runs and looks like
new! $750. Call 892-1198.

FOR SALE: 1981 FORD
PICKUP. Fullsize with
Topper. One Owner,
$1500. 957-1112.

1979 F250 RANGER XLT
4/wheel drive, 400 engine,
79,655 miles. Power Steer-
ing, brakes, A.C., Cassette

Tape. Recent Imron Paint,

$4,000 O.B.O.
847-4207.

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TRAVEL TRAILERS
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1982 HOLIDAY TRAVEL

TRAILER 31ft. $7300. Mint
Condition! 892-5054.

* Based on Sale Price of $9750
$1.000 Cash or Trade

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$3961

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$1800 Cash or Trade Down Payment. Total

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'86 FORD TAURUS

Auto. Trans.» AM/FM Stereo,
Only 30,000 Miles

1989 FORD MUSTANG

$18729

Based on Sale Price of $8350.00 Plus tax & 60 month
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'88 CHEVROLET
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4-Dr. Sedan with Low, Low Miles

'89 FORD MUSTANG
LX HATCHBACK

Auto. Trans., Only 10,000 Miles

'88 FORD F-150 XLT

Auto. Trans. & Power Options

'89 FORD
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