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April 21, 1990

Council says court
fight with ACLU
would be too costly

By Jeanne A. Diener
News-Gazette Staff Writer

Responding to an American Civil Libertics Union
federal civil rights suit, the St. Cloud City Council vot-
ed 3-2 Thursday night to remove the Greek cross and
the logo “Crossroads to the World” from the city’s
water tower.

City workers Friday removed the cross from the
water tower.

The St. Cloud City Council voted 3-2
Thursday night to remove the Greek
cross and the logo “Crossroads to the
World” from the city’s water tower.

Filed in the federal court in Orlando April 12, the
ACLU’s second lawsuit against the city stated that the
Greek cross is “virtually identical to the old Latin
cross,” which was removed in September after a ruling
from federal Judge Kendall Sharp.

The ACLU initially sued the city in March 1987,
saying that the old Latin cross was a violation of the
U.S. Constitution’s separation of church and state.

“I’m not against the cross,” said St. Cloud Mayor
Dick Word. “But it is not a simple matter. I am for the
cross, but I am not for the city paying for it. I am open
to keeping it, if somebody else pays the bill. If some-
one else wants to come up with the money, well, that’s
fine.”

Word said the city’s last battle with the ACLU cost
the city more than $500,000 to defend the old Latin
Cross.

Before the vote, city residents and visitors to the
area also had much to say about the 12-by-12 foot bea-
con atop the water tower.

Bob Sherman, a national spokesperson for the mid-
west regional office of the American Atheists Inc.,
said he supported the ACLU’s efforts.

Mary Votel said she and several other city residents
“were hoping to be able to vote on a city referendum to
decide the cross issue.”

“There has been just so much fear here,” Votel said.

“There are a lot of things that offend me,” said Car-
olyn York. “But the cross is part of St. Cloud. We
modified it according to what the judge said. What I
want to know is why are people taking my freedoms
away from me? We are trying to be as non-offending
as possible.”

Matthew Staver, an Orlando attorney specializing
in constitutional law, said he thought the city would
have a good chance of winning the cross issue if it
were to go to court once again.

He advised the City Council “not to give into judi-
cial terrorism.”

“If you give in, then the ACLU will be back again
and this time it will be against the St. Cloud name,” he
said.

St. Cloud cross comes

News-Gazette Photo/Michael DiBari
City workers Friday removed the cross from the water tower.

sides far
apart in
debt dispute

By Glen H. Epstein
News-Gazette Staff Writer

Stuart.

for $275,000.

arca,”

wants.

said.

look at it.”

Station #2.”

zation,”

Stuart said Kissimmee
Heights is willing to sell
the Sawdust station alone

“This facility would
seem to meet the county’s has offered to sell
apparent desire for owner- Osceola County its
ship of a building capable Sawdust Trail
of meeting a portion of the station, a fire
firc and rescuc needs in the truck and another
she said.
Goaziou said Thursday to pay the depart-

that the department’s offer ment’s $330,000
is not what the county by

“I’m not interested,” he
“It’s not worth
$330,000. We just bought them a new truck. Why
would I want to buy a truck from them. It’s an exercise
in mental gymnastics.”

Kissimmee Heights Fire Chief Larry Swartz said if
the county accepts the department’s alternate offer, “we
would make do.”

County Public Safety Director Jerry Testa said his
office is not ready to comment on Kissimmee Heights
counterproposal.

“It has to be studicd,” he said. “We really have to

The Kissimmee Heights Volunteer Fire Department
has offered to sell Osceola County its Sawdust Trail sta-
tion, a fire truck and another piece of equipment to pay
the department’s $330,000 debt to Bamett Bank.

The offer is a counter proposal to the county’s offer
to buy the department’s station in Buenaventura Lakes,
according 10 a letter addressed to County Administrator
Bill Goaziou from Kissimmee Heights attorney Cheryl

The Kissimmee
Heights Volunteer
Fire Department

piece of equipment

debt to Barnett
Bank.

Stuart also indicated that Kissimmee Heights is not
willing to part with the BVL Boulevard station.

“At this time, the KHVFD Board does not wish to
scll Station #2 (BVL Boulevard), inasmuch as it
believes that doing so would likely compromise its abil
ity to continue to provide adequate fire protection
service to the residences and businesses in the area,”
she wrote. “The board belicves that it can best continue
to meet that responsibility by retaining ownership of

Swartz cxplaincd why the department prefers to sell
thc Sawdust station.

“This (BVL Boulevard) is the nucleus of the organi-
he said. “The county is in a much better posi-
tion to station personnel.”

On’ April 3, Stuart, Swartz, at least one member of
the department’s board of directors, Goaziou and
Office of Management and Budget director John Ford
met at the county administration building.

During the bricf mecting, Goaziou offered to buy the
department’s BVL Boulevard station for. $330,000.

What's up?

... In the weather

Xeriscapes help
conserve water

thundershowers. Lows in the mid 60s.

Partly cloudy, with highs in the low 80s today.
Tomorrow, look for a chance of afternoon and evening

By Peter Covino
News-Gazette Staff Writer

The bougainvillea is brown.

The wisteria has wilted.

And the pansies are pooped-out.

The dry season is back in Osceola
County. But just because the rain
gauge is on empty, it doesn’t mean
backyard plant life has to suffer.

The Osceola County Agricultural
Center introduced its newest prog-
ram on Thursday — xeriscape.

“Xeriscape is a term that water
management groups have latched
onto,” said Eleanor Foreste, home
extension agent at the center.

“It simply means how to land-
scape using water more efficiently,”
she said.

The first chal-
lenge has been
issued in the 1990
election campaign.
Pete Edwards, a
former hotel offi-
cialwho now works
in real estate,
announced he
would be running
against School
Board member
Karen Kerr. See
story, page A-3.

... In the county

Xeriscape can be adapted to Flor-

principals.

“With new landscaping it can be
incorporated into the design phase,”
said Foreste.

But xeriscape works for existing
landscaping as well.

“As you plant, you need to
improve the soil. Here it mcans
adding something to the soil to help
it hold water,” she said.

That something could include
compost, mulch or other organic
matter.

SOR § 0 BS) 010) MWS)

“Osceola Astros Dan Nyssen is off to the best start in his
three-year career. A story on Nyssen is on page A-10.

“We used to recommend pulling
mulch material in the planting holc.

bed, not just the hole,” Foresite said.
Other principles in the xeriscape
idea include using drought tolerant
plants, mulches and practical turf
areas.
Using common sense and good

See System, page A-8

Here comes May;

ida’s climate using seven basic

Now we suggest doing the wholc.

Dry spell typical for spring, officials say; no restrictions planned

By Peter Covino
News-Gazette Staff Writer

There is a large smoldering arca-

of muck land just outside of Walt
Disncy World property that forest
officials call “the sleeping gant.”
The giant is asleep now, said Don
Trippensee, Osceola supervisor for
the Florida Division of Forestry, but
if the current dry spell continues, it
could flarc up into a large muck fire.
Spring is traditionally the driest
time of the year in Central Florida.
It is the time when fires are most
likely to rage out of control and

get out sprinklers

News-Gazette Photo/Michael DiBari
Eleanor Foreste, home extension agent at the center, said xeriscape is a term that means how to
landscape using water more efficiently.

when county water tables are at
their lowest.

“We are dricr than normal for this
time of year,” said Trippensee.
Recent rains did wet down a few
muck fires in the arca, he said.

After a week without rain, the
dryness in grass and plant life
begins to increase significantly,
Trippensce said.

“Every day it doesn’t rain a com-

“bination of factors begins to take

effect,” he said.

“As the air gets drier, plants give
off less moisture,” Trippensce said. Histe
Since an estimated 50 percentof the ©

air’s moisture content comes from
plants, a dry spell is always com-
poundcd by plants retaining
moisture.

So far, there is nothing unusual
about the current dry cycle, said Bill
Stimmel, a spokesman for South
Florida Water Management Dis-
trict, which includes Osceola and
other ‘several southern Florida
counties,

No vet rsiicion of any kind

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County

Louisiana murderer
arrested Wednesday

By Kristin Dye
News-Gazette Staff Writer

A 26-year-old Louisiana man on proba-
tion for murder was arrested Wednesday
at a Kissimmee campground on drug
charges.

The Osceola County sheriff’s strategic
weapons and tactics unit arrested Ernest
Hasha at the Orange Grove campground
on West Bronson Highway. Sheriff’s
spokesman Sgt. Dennis Weathers said his
department received information from
Louisiana State police that Hasha was liv-
ing at the campground.

Hasha was wanted by Louisiana police
for trafficking in cocaine, delivery of
cocaine and violation of probation for
murder. Weathers said Hasha’s brother
was arrested in Louisiana on drug charges
and told police that Hasha was at the Kis-

$39,000 seized

An Osceola County sheriff’s deputy
seized almost $39,000 in suspected drug
money Wednesday from a motorist on the
Florida Turnpike.

A sheriff’s spokesman said deputy Joe
Moore stopped a car traveling south on the
Tumpike about 23 miles south of Kissim-
mee. The car had been erratically chang-
ing lanes, said the spokesman.

Moore gave the driver, Omar Boyne,
23, of Orlando, a warning for improper
lane change. Because Boyne and a female
passenger gave him conflicting stories on
where they were going, Moore asked if he
could search the car. Boyne agreed and
Moore subsequently found several bun-
dles of cash in pockets of clothing in a

simmee campground. Hasha had been liv-
ing at the campground since April 9, said
Weathers.

Weathers said sheriff’s deputies were
warned that Hasha had said he wouldn’t
be taken alive by police. As a result, the
SWAT team was called in to take him into
custody. Hasha was arrested without inci-
dent at 10:20 p.m. at lot 77.

Weathers said that Hasha had a 9 mm
semi-automatic handgun in his waistband
at the time of his arrest. He also was in
possession of valium and marijuana. In
addition to the Louisiana warrants, sher-
iff’s investigators charged him with being
a fugitive from justice, carrying a conce-
aled firearm, possession of a firearm by a
convicted felon and possession of narco-
tics. He is being held without bond at the
Osceola County Jail.

on turnpike

bag. The cash was wrapped in a way simi-
lar to how drug smugglers package their
money, said the spokesman.

The spokesman said Moore asked Boy-
ne if he had any other money and Boyne
pulled out two more packages from his
pants. The total amount of the money was
$38,980. Moore asked Boyne if he could
account for the money and Boyne said he
owned a jewelry store. But the spokesman
said Boyne could not say what the name
of the store was or provide any proof that
he owned one.

The money was confiscated and forfei-
ture proceedings will be initiated, said the
spokesman. Boyne and his passenger
were not taken into custody.

Emphatic author

Robert Newton Peck, author of more

than 40 books, entertained students at

Ventura Elementary School recently.

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News-Gazette Photo/Michael DiBari

author's convention.

He was participating in a young

News-Gazette Staff Writer

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Board seat.

Although this is his first waltz into the political arena,
his candidacy docs not come as a surprise.

“I actually hit the campaign trail six months ago,” he
said.

Edwards, 43, has become a regular member of the
audience at School Board meetings and he has been an
active voice in school affairs.

The father of three sons enrolled in the school dis-
trict, Edwards said there is probably no job more impor-
tant in the county than being a School Board member.

Edwards said the current board has been doing a fair
job, but “it is time for some fresh faces and fresh ideas.”

Kerr, School Board Chairman Bruce Dcbord and
board member Gene Thompson are all completing their
third terms on the board. Kerr has already announced
her intention. to seck a fourth term.

“I’m not saying they are doing a bad job,” Edwards
said, but he added that the board isn’t paying enough
attention to some major issues, such as year-round
schools and the seventh-period day.

Edwards is self-employed and is a realtor for School-
field Properties. He is also chairman of a drug task force
for the county and has been working toward getting a
regional park for the arca.

His past credits include Community Service Awards
judge for Walt Disncy World; president of United Way
of Osceola and a member of the Osceola Center for the
Arts Board of Directors.

Most of Edwards’ business-related work involves
management in the hotel tourism industry, such as being
regional franchise director for Quality International.

Edwards, a graduate of the University of Florida, has
lived in Osceola County since 1955.

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Page A4, NEWS-GAZETTE, Saturday, April 21, 1990

Editorial

A losing proposition

By now, there should be no illusions about the
American Civil Liberties Union’s sincerity in its
dispute with St. Cloud.

The ACLU filed a suit in federal court last week
over the cross atop the St. Cloud water tower,
ending any hopes that the case will be resolved
.quickly and inexpensively.

Unfortunately, to date, legal costs have been
downplayed by proponents of the city keeping the
cross on the water tower, which is located on 13th
Street.

The Citizens for Majority Rights and others who
have spearheaded support for the cross also fail to
recognize the legal precedent that the plaintiffs can
use in this case.

In July the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a
nativity scene displayed in front of a public build-
ing in Pittsburgh, Pa,, violates the U.S. Constitu-
tion’s doctrine of the separation of church and
state.

Based on that ruling, the city’s position is tenu-
ous. The St. Cloud City Council would be remiss
in its role as budget watchdogs not to give consid-
eration to case law on the matter.

Spending thousands of dollars on what appears
to be a losing proposition is not in the city’s best
interest, especially since the city is faced with
budget deficits and other legal costs.

The ACLU can cstablish a legal network strong
enough to carry its fight to the U.S. Supreme
Court. The organization was not convinced by
Judge Kendall Sharp’s ruling in August that the

Many Americans want to be counted

By now you’ve heard the news: A surprisingly low
percentage of Americans have been filling out their cen-
sus forms. This is creating a major dilemma for census
officials. What makes the situation especially troubling
is that many millions of people seem to be refusing to
fill out the forms on purpose. They say that the census is
intrusive, time-consuming and confusing. Some have
said that they consider their census forms little: more
than “junk mail.”

When the Census Bureau first started informing citi-
zens about the 1990 census — this was before the forms
were mailed out — the announcement was made that a
special toll-free number had been set up for Americans
who might not receive census forms, and who might
want to request them. Rt SA: a

At the time I thought this was interesting. It seemed
apparent that, in a too-busy world, many people would
cheose not to fill out their forms, even though they are
legally required to. I wondered: If people didn’t get cen-
sus forms in their mailboxes, would they really call the
toll-free number? Or would they feel they had been
spared one more bothersome duty, and be quietly thank-
ful that the census had forgotien them?

So I checked. “It has been amazing and, to me, it has
been personally heartening,” said Rudolph Brewington,
a census official in Washington. “I would not have
guesscd that so many people would go out of their way
to make sure they were counted.”

Latin cross could be replaced with a Greek cross or
compass rose and the words “St. Cloud Crossroads
to the Worlds” painted beneath the new symbol.

The fight could last for years. Meanwhile, the
city’s legal bills will continue to escalate as logic
gives way to emotionalism.

Rather than pursue a costly legal fight, the City
Council should:

oSeek a settlement. The ACLU has indicated
that it would be open to discussions on non-
religious symbols that could be placed on the water
tower. The council could seek recommendations
from city residents at public hearings.

Or:

eTake the cross down and encourage sugges-
tions on how this city landmark could be attrac-
tively displayed elsewhere, perhaps on.a church or
privately owned building.

The council likely will be criticized no matter
what course it takes. The Citizens for Majority
Rights and some residents have been outspoken in
their arguments.

But would the strength of their convictions
alone muster enough support to champion a court
fight with private donations? Hardly. So the tax-
payer may have to finance a losing proposition.

Closing the case now might be painful for peo-
ple who truly see the cross as a landmark or a bea-
con for the city.

But less painful than paying for incalculable
years of legal bills.

HH

Bob
Greene

Chicago Tribune
columnist

Brewington estimated that more than 200,000 people

{rom all-over the. United States had: called the: Census

Bureal to say that they had not received forms, and
wanted to be included. Keep in mind — this was before
last week's stories about the reluctance of so many mil-
lions of people to participate. The citizens to whom Bre-
wington referred apparently don’t consider the census
forms to be junk mail. In fact, they consider the prospect
of being left out of the census to be an oversight that is
unacceptable to them.

In the weeks to come, you will read a lot about why
people don’t want to fill out their census forms. So it
might not be a bad idea to think about those people who

Please see Greene, page A-5

U.S. legal system discrediting itself

The National Center for Health Statistics is always
more than a year behind in its score-keeping, but this is
the latest:

.In 1988 there were 2.38 million marriages in the
United States, 1.18 million divorces.

It sounds as though half of all marriages end in di-
vorce, but the number is less ominous when you elimi-
nate the “repeaters.”

Certainly, however, the odds on having a lasting mar-
riage are now so slim that prenuptial and postnuptial
agreements are much in style.

With Ivana and Donald Trump trying to decide how
to divide the blankets, these agreements are about to be
court tested.

The Trumps signed one agreement before they mar-
ried plus three more afterward, all intended to spell out
her share of the family fortune.

It is written that she will walk away with $25 million,
the Greenwich estate and the three children.

But her lawyers are now secking $100 million!

If the Trump divorce confirms the validity and
enforceability of prenuptial and postnuptial agreements,
there will bc an enormous increase in the use of. this
legal device.

Paul
Harvey

Los Angeles Times:
Syndicate

- That's not the way to bet.

A few years ago a clearly defined law in many states
was conceived for the purpose of streamlining divorce
litigation. In effect, it said that a couple, living apart for
two years, was automatically divorced. :

But lawyers found a way to circumvent that.

Within less than one year, the “clear-cut law” was
reinterpreted and effectively nullified.

Please see Harvey, page A-5

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FDA kowtows to drug manufacturer

WASHINGTON — The Food and Drug Administra-
tion was far from humbled by its recent generic drug
scandal. Instead of being more cautious about the
approval of drugs and food additives, the FDA looks
like an agency bent on self-destruction.

The debacle du jour is the review process for bovine
samatotropin (BST) — a synthetic growth hormone
injected in cows so they will give more milk. Last fall
we exposed the confidential studies from three compa-
nies that make BST. Those studies, submitted to the
FDA as part of the approval process, showed that cows
injected with BST may lose weight and suffer low fertil-
ity rates, anemia and mastitis. And the jury is still out on
what effect BST will have on people who drink milk
from treated cows.

A senator and two representatives have asked the

FDA to scrutinize the way it has handled the BST

approval process, and the General Accounting Office
has launched its own investigation.

But instead of being dissuaded, the FDA is barreling
ahead with plans to approve BST for widespread use.
And the chief critic of BST within the agency, Dr.
Richard Burroughs, was fired after he raised objections
10 the rubber-stamp treatment BST was getting.

Five years ago, the FDA approved the use of BST on

testcows: pending full approval for widespread use.

Many Americans have already tasted BST milk because
the milk from the test cows has been mingled with the
regular supply.

The synthetic hormone is made by Monsanto Agri-
culture Co., American Cyanamid and Elanco (a joint
venture of Dow Chemical, Upjohn and Eli Lilly). Those
companies stand to make an extimated $500 million a
year off BST if widcly accepted by farmers. The com-
panies have embarked on a massive public relations
campaign to win friends in the farming community and
to convince consumers that BST milk is safe.

But some experts remain inconvinced. Dr. Samuel

Epstein of the University of Illinois School of Public

Health has been a food safety advocate for 30 years. He
challenged the beef industry for injecting growth hor-
mones into cattle, and now he has turned his attention to
BST.

Epstein recently stepped up his attack after seeing the

test data from the BST manufactures apd how the EDA
" treated that data. Epstein told our associate Tom Warmer

that the FDA approved the sale of BST milk from the
test cows without proof that it was safe for public con-
sumption. Epstein calls the BST approval process the
worst example of “supression and manipulation of data”
by the FDA that he has seen in his 30 years as a watch-
dog.

Burroughs was the inside watchdog until the FDA
fired him. He was a target animal safety reviewer at the
FDA's Center for Veterinary Medicine. Burroughs won

Jack
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Washington
Merry Go Round

early recognition from the agency for his work on the
BST approval process, but after he began to raise objec-
tions, he was transferred to a make-work job. Then the
FDA fired him for not performing that job satisfactorily.
The FDA says Burroughs’ firing had nothing to do with
his outspoken comments on BST.

Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., and Reps. Ted Weiss,
D-N.Y., and John Conyers, D-Mich., are taking the
complaints about BST seriously.They ordered the GAO
to investigate the FDA review process. But that investi-
gation may not be finished fast enough to catch the
FDA.

getting off the ground and may be hampered by trade

secrets. The highly competitive chemical companies
don’t want to give the GAO their trade secrets, but the

GAO needs that information to do an adequate investi-
gation of BST.

. Human Barter — Iranian President Hashemi Raf-
sanjani wants to normalize relations with the West, but
he needs to free the hostages to do that. Rafsanjani is not

. in control of the radicals who hold those hostages; but

our intelligence sources say he is making headway in
winning their trust. He already has the support of the
terrorists’ spiritual leader, Sheikh Muhammad Hussein
Fadlallah. The Syrian government is also working
behind the scenes to dispose of the hostage problem,
and the Syrian army is the dominant force in Lebanon
where the hostages are held. The Soviets have helped to
bring pressure orf Syria and Iran to end the hostage
crisis.

Mini-Editorial — Rep. Gus Savage, D-IIl., has one
convenient word for anyone who critizes him —
“racist.” If the congressman isn’t careful, he’ll earn an
ugly tag of his own — “anti-Semitic.” At a campaign
rally in Chicago recently, Savage read a list of the
names of Jewish contributors to his opponent’s cam-
paign and wamed about Jewish influence. Illinois vot-
ers of all races and religions should send Savage into
retirement. He is dangerously ignorant.

Sources at the GAO told us the investigation is just’

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called the Census Bureau, on their own, to ask to be
included.

“To sum it up, these are people who want to partici-
pate,” Brewington said. “They truly and honestly want
to be counted, and some of them are angry and a little
hurt that they didn’t receive a form. I don’t want to steal
someone else's phrase — but what comes to mind is, ‘I
am somebody.’ The people who have been calling are
people who go to work and pay their taxes and raise
their children — and they don’t want to be left out. They
want to be counted.”

Why is this? We keep hearing about how people
think that they have too many forms and documents to
fill out anyway. Why would people make a conscious
effort to get a census form?

“It’s a big country, and a person can get lost in the
crowd,” Brewington said. “I'm not a psychologist, but
many people never are made to feel special — never in
their lives. For them, I would think that being left out of
the census would feel like a terrible slight. We received
calls from older people. They’ll say they’ve looked for
the census form in their mailboxes every day. They'll

say, “Did you forget me? I've lived in this house for 30
years. How could you forget me?”

It’s not just impoverished people — citizens at the
fringes of society — who are susceptible to this feeling,
Brewington said. “You don’t have to be poor to feel
invisible,” he said. “Walk into an office filled with peo-
ple wearing three-piece suits, and you can bet that some
of them feel invisible, too. In a country this large, it’s
easy to feel invisible. You can feel invisible in a
crowded room.”

There are people working for big corporations who
sense that their bosses don’t even know their names.

. They can’t do much about that; apparently, though, they

are unwilling to put up with the indignity of their
government forgetting them.

So as you read about all the people with all the good
excuses for not taking part in the census, you might
spare a moment or two to think about the people who
felt that it was important to pick up the phone, call the
Census Bureau and ask for the opportunity to be
counted.

“When they call, we thank them all,” Brewington
said. “We promise them: ‘You’re not going to be left
out.”

Harvey

Continued from page A-4

When the legal system is losing money it quickly

"moves to plug the leak.

Divorce lawyer Marvin Mitchelson foresaw the mass
flight away from the institution of marriage into infor-
mal cohabitation, so he promptly plugged that leak by
inventing “palimony.”

Thus the “system” has become like a hooker in the
doorway promising for $20 to make every dream come
true.

The morning after, the groom wakes up and says,
“Wait a minute; I didn’t agree to anything like this!”

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nuptial and postnuptial agreements is no more likely to
streamline the process than did no-fault insurance.

The legal profession may be outsmarting itself.

If a clean, fast and fair dissolution of marriage proves
to be impossible, some future generation may be driven
to a predominately solitary life style — minus marriage,
minus cohabitation, minus the myriad vulnerabilities
and entanglements of personal associations.

Just as Dickens, with his Bleak House chronology,
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St. Cloud

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Day care operators angry over competition from city

By Jeanne A. Diener
News-Gazette Staff Writer

SU Cloud’s upcoming summer recreation program is
raising concern among several St. Cloud child care
owners who feel the city’s fees and hours are too
competitive.

“It is a case of should the city get into a private indus-
try business,” said Brian Moore, owner of Rocking
Horse Ranch child care center in St. Cloud. “It is private
industry versus government. There's no way I could
compete with a program that is subsidized by tax
money. I have a business to run.”

Margaret Marjoros, owner of Kiddie Kollege day
care center in St. Cloud, also has concerns about the
summer program.

“They are not regulated like we are. What is the
required age of the supervision there? I know they don’t
have to have a license like us and they have no limits
about what they can do,” Marjoros said.

Moore said this is not the first time local child care
centers were concerned about competition from the loc-

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School science stu-
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about the tomato
plants sharing their
classroom. Teacher
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and he will report back
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News-Gazette Photo/
Peter Covino

It is not the first time local child care
centers were concerned about competi-
tion from the local government’s sum-
mer recreation program. The issue has
come up every year since the city began
providing a summer recreation

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al government's summer recreation program. The issue
has come up every year since the city began providing a
summer recreation program.

The city’s annual summer program will begin June 3,
according to the city’s Recreation Director Chuck Pula.
This year’s hours will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., with a
$15 fee for children who stay longer or are dropped off
carly.

“We run a rcal quality program that will run in three-
week sessions,” said Pula. “We are not a child care

Cost for a regular three-week session this year will be
$60, plus a one time $5 registration fee.

“The three week sessions will allow the kids to step
up as their skills develop. This is especially true in our
pool with our swimming classes,” Pula said.

Like last year, the city’s program will also feature
weekly Friday trips to various attractions in the area.

The program rents buses from the School Board. Last
year, youths were taken to Cypress Gardens, Sea World,
ice skating, roller skating and to Water Mania in Kis-
simmee, said Pula.

The summer program will also provide breakfast,
lunch and a snack to all children under age 18, during
the program,

But Marjoros recalled several summers when her
center has lost children to the city’s summer program.

“I don’t have any numbers on actually how many I
have lost to them,” she said. :

Marjoros is also concerned about the city charging
lower rates than Kiddie Kollege, which charges $45 a
week per child.

“There’s no way we’d be able to compete with the
city’s rates,” she said.

St. Cloud City Councilman Larry Hobbs said Thurs-
day that he can understand the position of the private
child care centers in the city.

“I know that the private and public schools make the
same argument,” said Hobbs. "1 know with working
parents it is a question of economics.”

Marjoros said she doesn’t believe low-income fami-
lies will be the only ones to benefit from the city’s sum-
mer program.

Mallorie Ruppel, owner of the Hansel and Gretel Day
Care Center in St. Cloud, feels that the city’s program
would most benefit those children who would be left at
home because their parents wouldn't be able to afford
day care.

Hansel and Gretel day care center charges $40 a
week.

“I am all for the city’s program, if it is designed for
lower income people if the income is verified,” Ruppel
said.

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By Jeanne A. Diener
News-Gazette Staff Writer

Two St. Cloud residents who say they
received a city permit to erect a fence on
their property are now being told by offi-
cials to remove it.

The city’s building department told
neighbors Ray Nadeau and Earl Jackson,
whose homes adjoin one another between
Ohio, Indiana Avenues and 5th Street,
they have until April 23 to take down their
two chain link fences along their property
lines.

These fences will have to be removed,
because the city’s electrical utility depart-
ment needed to have a six-foot wide right
of way access to the line, which runs
between Nadeau and Jackson’s property
lines.

Both Jackson and Nadeau, who went
through all of the necessary steps for a city
permit, now want to know why the city
would first issue a permit, and then tell
them to remove the fences after issuing it.

“When Ray and I went to get the per-
mit, we were told that all we had to do was
locate the corners of our lots,” said
Jackson.

Jackson and Nadeau then had a survey
conducted between their property lines.

Jackson said that the survey map that
was given to him did not show any ease-
ments between his and Nadeau’s land.

In a March 27 letter to Nadeau, ‘the
city’s General Services Director Bob

fence moved

MacKichan questions the survey’s accura-
cy because it did not “disclose the exis-
tence of a six-foot right of way for an alley
along the back your property.”

MacKichan said the deed to both Jack-
son’s and Nadeau’s property “clearly indi-
cates that the right of way exists,”

MacKichan explained that there are two
maps outlining the boundaries of these
pieces of land. He said one map, created in
1909, did not show an alleyway between
what is now Nadeau’s and Jackson’s land.
The alleyway was created in 1952.

“The survey that was done did not accu-
rately show the property boundaries,” said
MacKichan.

But, Nadeau, a winter visitor to the
area, said the maps he was shown never
indicated anything about a small alleyway
to make room for a city electrical utility
line.

Jackson said he wouldn't mind moving
the fence, if the city would help him pay
the fence company to move it.- The fence
company, that initially installed the chain
link fence, Jackson said, wanted him to
pay another $206-to move the fence six
feet.

But, MacKichan doesn’t believe the
city “is in a position to reimburse them” to
move the fence.

“I don’t believe that it is the city’s oblis
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Page A8, NEWS-GAZETTE, Saturday, April 21, 1990

Council backs deficit reduction plan

By Jeanne A. Diener
News-Gazette Staff Writer

The St. Cloud City Council Thursday took a big step
toward climinating the city’s $709,618 budget deficit.

The City Council approved an ordinance allowing
funds to be transferred from the city’s electrical utility
fund and from the city’s landfill contingency fund to be
uscd in its general operating fund to cut the deficit.

“This should take care of us this year,” said St. Cloud
Mayor Dick Word.

The ordinance would transfer $290,000 from the
city’s electrical fund and $117,000 from the city’s land-
fill contingency fund.

Several city departments will receive budget cuts.
Among the largest cuts are $79,304 in the city’s police
budget, $81, 900 for streets and drainage and $39,122 in
the firc department budget.

St. Cloud City Manager Bill Cook this week pointed

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“By June 1, this problem should be reviewed again
and final action should be taken to bring the general AND ASSOCIATES
MICHAEL J. BARBER STEVEN J. BAINES, ASSOC.

fund into balance,” Cook said.
Before the meeting was over, Word called for more

cuts, especially iin expenditures for out-of-state travel ATTORNEYS AT LAW
and per diem. EXPERIENCED CIVIL AND CRIMINAL TRIAL ATTORNEYS
“I would like a freeze just for the remainder of this FORMER ASSISTANT STATE ATTORNEYS

fiscal ycar,” Word said.
Councilman Bob Barnett echoed his call for a freeze STATE AND FEDERAL COURTS

on the city spending any morc money on out-of-state INSTRUCTOR POLICE ACADEMY
travel. OVER 12 YEARS EXPERIENCE
“It has gotten out of hand,” he said. OVER 10 YEARS IN THE SAME LOCATION
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had plenty of water. The county was one of a handful in
Central Florida last year that did not have mandatory
water restrictions last year during a critical dry period.

“We're not making any prognostications on the
weather,” said Trippensee. “I did look at an almanac
and it said it should be a litle wetter than normal this
year.”

Trippensce worries a little about severe drought
cycles. They generally occur about every 10 years or so,
and there hasn’t been a severe drought in several years.

“March was almost a record-breaker” in terms of dry-
ness, said Trippensce. Only the rain at the end of the
month kept it from breaking a record.

In dry spells the Division of Forestry officials keep a
close watch for fires.

“Two weeks without rain the situation can get criti-
cal. After three weeks, we approach a blow-up situa-
tion,” he said.

In addition to the potential damage done to forest
land, fires also produce other toxic possibilities.

Smoldering fires produce a lot more pollution, he
said. They can also cause serious problems for people
with respiratory ailments.

System

Continued from page A-1

watering practices can save 30 percent to 80 percent of
the water uscd at home.

Mulches, which are highly recommended as a water
conservation measure, arc available at no cost. The
county landfill off of Bass Road has frec mulch
available.

Foreste recommends bringing along a garbage can,
boxes or other suitable containers to bring the mulch
home.

“With a mulch the soil stays moist so you save
water,” she said.

The xcriscape technique also advises to group like
plants together, Foreste said. This means plants that
need less water arc grouped with similar plants, while
plants that require more water share the same areca.

Xeriscape principles also involve other ideas familiar
to many Floridians, such as watering in the early morn-
ing or cvening hours. Watering in the afternoon doesn’t
really do much for the plants, Foreste said, since most of
the water is lost through evaporation.

“Our xeriscape is the furthest north in the South Flor-
ida Water Management District,” she said.

Foreste said the agriculwral center is planning on
holding regular classes on how to xcriscape.

For morc information on the program call the center
at 846-4131.

Man pleads guilty
in stabbing death

By Kristin Dye
News-Gazette Staff Writer

A 22-year-old Kissimmee man who fatally stabbed a
man during a bar fight last October pled guilty to a
reduced charge of manslaughter Friday.

Robert Yates changed his pleas of not guilty to guilty
of sccond degree murder and three counts of violation
of probation for burglary to a conveyance in exchange
for the reduced charge of manslaughter. The pleas were
part of an agreement reached between Yates’ attorney
Charlic Tiffany and Orange-Osceola Assistant State
Attorney Linda Gloceckner.

Orange-Osceola Circuit Court Judge Belvin Perry Jr.
accepted the pleas and is scheduled to sentence Yates on
May 31. The maximum penalty for manslaughter is 15
years in prison and/or a $10,000 fine. The maximum
sentence for violation of probation is five years in pris-
on and/or a $5,000 finc.

Yates was to stand trial next week. On Oct. 28, 1989,
he stabbed Steven Horn, 38, of St. Cloud, to death at the
Corvette Lounge, 1305 Wyoming Ave. According to St.
Cloud police reports, the stabbing occurred during a
fight over who had the fastest car. Reports also said
alcohol was a factor in the fight.

Tiffany called the plea a “best interest plea.” He said
Yates could have received a 28-year sentence if found
guilty of sccond degree murder after a trial. Including
the violation of probation charges, Yates could have
been looking at a 43-year prison sentence. Yates was
“looking at oo much criminal exposure,” said Tiffany,
and the plea was in his best interest.

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By Kristin Dye
News-Gazette Staff Writer

TREANBEN

® An investment company filed suit against former
+ Kissimmee City Commissioner Bill McMullan and his
- company Wednesday in an attempt to collect more than
- $100,000 he allegedly owes on a mortgage for his Sun
. Plaza office building.
Central Florida Investments Inc. has lined up behind
: several investors who have recently sued McMullan for
= collection of monies. The investment company names
- “ McMullan, his wife Helen, Sun Plaza Ltd. and Invest-
v 5 ments International Development Corp., which McMul-

lan heads, as defendants in the suit.

In the suit, Central Florida Investments is demanding
payment of $134,786.68 due from a second mortgage
on Sun Plaza, an office building on West Vine Street
which McMullan developed. The investment company
alleges McMullan defaulted under the terms of a mort-
gage on Sun Plaza by not paying interest due and prop-
erty taxes. If the money is not repaid, the investment
company is requesting a mortgage foreclosure on the
property.

McMullan could not be reached for comment.

According to court records, the defendants signed a
promissory note for $50,000 to Central Florida Invest-

‘Comm unity events
* Summer counselor positions
The Kissimmee Parks and Recreation Department is
* accepting applications for teachers or recreation/athletic
= 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
w > plan and implement activities, can instruct arts and
i crafts, and can assist with games and sports. The pay
i. e ranges from $6 to $10 per hour. For more information,
= = call Shirley Camacho at 847-2821, extension 5200.

Recoveries Anonymous

"Recoveries Anonymous will present a serics of work-
shops in the Kissimmee arca 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.

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Impotence support group

Dr. Saul Monge, urology specialist, hosts a support

. group on male impotence the last Thursday of the

= month at Kissimmee Memorial Hospital. All meetings

g are free and open to men and their partners. For more

x information, call Kissimmee Memorial Hospital at
- « 933-6612.

~oiBBEER

Experimental aircraft

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

3 847-4341.

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
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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.

Thrift-ee shop sale

The Thrift-ce Center Shoppe, corner of New York
Avenue and 11th Street in St. Cloud, will hold a half
price sale on ladics and men’s shoes, handbags and belts
through April 28.

Civic Center gym open
The St. Cloud Parks and Recreation Department will

“open the Civic Center gym to the public Monday

through Friday from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. The gym is open
for basketball to all children, teens and adults at no
charge. For more information, call 957-7276.

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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Saturday, April 21, 1990, NEWS- GAZETTE, Page A9

pany files suit against McMullan

ments on Nov. 3, 1989. On Nov. 15, 1989, McMullan
signed a mortgage and security agreement guaranteeing
payment, according to court records. On Nov. 20, 1989,
McMullan renewed the note for another $50,000,
according to court records. On Dec. 28, 1989, McMul-
lan executed an additional future advance and mortgage
modification agreement and promissory note for
$34,786.68.

In the past four months, four others have sued
McMullan to collect money he borrowed for the deve-
lopment of Sun Plaza. The development includes the
Sun Plaza bank building on West Vine Street, an adja-
cent office/retail building, a restaurant and convenience
store. The plaintiffs are suing for a total of more than
$80,000.

McMullan is scheduled to stand trial in June in felony
court for two counts of grand theft and one count of
uttering a worthless check. The charges are based on
McMullan’s nine-month delay to reissue a check to the
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ports

Dan Nyssen limbers up before stepping into the batting cage.

9 local lifters
at 3A meet

By Rick Pedone
News-Gazette Staff Writer

Nine county weightlifters will vie for championships
today at the Class 3A state meet at Tallahassee Godby
High.

Osceola will be represented by sophomore Ronald
Dorsey at 123 pounds; junior Tito Paul at 198 pounds;
senior Sam Thompson at 220 pounds and senior heavy-
weight Bobby Walker. The team is coached by Robert
Sippio.

Coach Scott Hallock’s Gateway Panthers send
114-pound sophomore Bobby Johnson, 132-pound
senior Bob Tint and 181-pound junior Troy Smith.

St. Cloud, coached by Alan Baker and Jeff Kesler,
will be represented by seniors Sam “Tiger” McMillon
and Jamie Baker at 198 pounds.

Winning a state championship will be a difficult task
for the local contingent.

“It’s hard to say, because I haven’t seen the competi-
tion that will be up there,” Hallock said. “I think Bob
Tint has a chance to place at 132. But, you don’t know
until you get up there. Anything can happen.”

Sippio said his heavyweight, Walker, has an oppor-
tunity to place.

“Heavyweight is a tough class, but if Bobby can
bench press over 300, 1 think he has a chance,” Sippio
said. “He’s pressed 295, but he hasn’t gotten over 300.
The kids have really been working hard getting ready
for the meet. They're up for it.”

Fishin’ Fun

By Jacque Mitchell
News-Gazette Staff Writer

What a change in the weather we’ve had this week!
After several weeks of cool, windy weather we've been
enjoying warm days that are calm by comparison.

If you've been out fishing you've probably noticed a
change. I've heard many reports of excellent catches.

On Sunday my son Ross and I went out on West Lakg
Toho to try our luck bass fishing. On his second cast he
hooked and boated a bass over 10 pounds. He caught the
lunker on a Gitzit tube jig in about 3 feet of water
around some lily pads. We continued casting the Gitzit
in water from 1 to 3 feet deep and caught about a dozen
more.

On Tuesday evening I caught two nice bass in the
canal off Shingle Creek while fishing from the bank.
Again, the Gitzit did the trick. The best colors for us
scemed to be green and pumpkin sced.

I went out for a couple of hours Wednesday morning
and caught four bass up to 7 pounds. While I was troll-
ing back in the grass in about 3 fect of water I saw hun-
dreds of breem hanging around their beds. It made me
wish I had brought along some crickets. Almost every
lily pad I went by was loaded with breem.

Some specs are still being caught around Marker 26
and also around the fish attractors.

If you get a chance to get out on the lake this week
you should be able to catch bass on spinners, buzz baits,

Astros’ Dan Nyssen a leader

By Rick Pedone
News-Gazette Staff Writer

Dan Nyssen, like his teammates, is enjoying the
Osceola Astros’ fast start.

The Astros, 11-2 after Wednesday’s win over Winter
Haven, have owned first place in the Florida State
League Central Division during the first two weeks of
the season.

“Everybody seems to be having a good time,” Nys-
sen, the team’s left fielder, said prior to Wednesday's
game.

Nyssen is having as much fun as anyone. He's off to
the best start of his three-year professional career. Nys-
sen was hitting .319 after the first 12 games of the sca-
son and was ticd for the league lead in RBI with 13.

“The mental part of my game is strong this season,”
he said. “I think that has helped me reassure myself that
I can go out there every day and do the job.”

Nyssen, a native of Portland, Ore., played three years
at the University of Hawaii before being drafted in the
seventh round of the 1987 draft by the Astros.

He had an exceptional professional rookie season at
Auburn in the New York-Penn League when he batted
315 and led the league with 96 hits in 73 games. He
played in lcague’s All-Star game.

He got off to a good start at Asheville in 1988 and
was hitting .288 before moving to Osceola later in the
season. He batted .208 in 34 games in the Florida State
League. Last year, in 87 games with Osceola, his aver-
age was a lackluster 241.

“When I first came up to pro ball, I used to worry
about not doing well. I felt the pressure, because you
want to move up through the system,” Nyssen, 23, said.
“Like I said, the mental part of it is so important. At this
level, everyone has ability, or they wouldn’t be here.
You have to be tough mentally, to believe that you can
be go out there and get that hit and produce every day.”

The 6-0, 195-pounder said three years of professional
experience has taught him the importance of keeping a
positive attitude, especially when the FSL season drags
into the hot, humid months of July and August.

“You're going to play 140 games no matter what,” he

said. “You can look at it like it’s going to be a long, hard
season, or it can be a lot of fun. You can make a situa-
tion into whatever you want.”

The Astros began the season with a 10-game winning
streak before dropping two in a row to Sarasota Monday
and Tuesday.

“You know that you're not going to go 140-0. Every
day can’t be a great day at the ballpark,” Nyssen said.
“But, we're having a good time. I think Sal (Butera)
deserves the credit for that.”

Butera is beginning his career as a professional
manager.

“Sal’s just a great, great guy. He relates well with the
players,” said Nyssen. “He doesn’t like to put himself
above the players, like he’s on a different level, the way
some coaches do. He's not intimidating. He has a lot to
do with this start.”

Nyssen is the only player on the 1990 Osceola roster
who spent the entire 1989 season here.

Osceola General Manager Pat O’Conner said Nyssen
has played a key role in the team’s early success.

“Dan was kept here for a very key purpose, and that
was to lead the club on and off the field,” he said. “At
this point, two weeks into the season, he has done an
admirable job. He’s had several key hits for us, and he’s
been a leader by example.”

O’Conner said Nyssen benefits by spending more
time with Osceola.

“He’s one of those players who probably could move
up to Class 2A, but he wouldn’t be an everyday player
there,” he said. “Here, he knows he'll be in the lineup
every day, which will make him a better ball player.”

Nyssen doesn’t mind the leadership role.

“I tried to help the guys get used to the area and show
them around a little. I've always tried to be a good role
model,” Nyssen said. “I like it here, it’s a nice place to

play.”

Nyssen will not make the mistake of assuming the
coach’s responsibilities, however.

“I don’t verbally come up and talk to players about
things like that. I'm not here to teach, that’s up to the
coaches,” he said.

top water lures and tube jigs, specs on live minnows and
breem on crickets.
Til’ next week, let’s keep fishin’ fun!

Down for the count News-Gazette Photos/Mike DiBari
Top, Gateway Wrestling Club member Troy Smith takes afirm holdon ous position as Mike Rogers of Fort Myers grasps him about the throat.
Oviedo's Kyle Carum during a recent USA Wrestling Tournament at the Gateway High will be the site of another USA Wrestling tournament next

Gateway High gym. Smith won the match. Below, Jason Lovett, who Saturday. The public is invited to watch the matches, which last
wrestled for the Osceola Kowboys last season, finds himself in a precari- throughout the day.

Jacque Mitchell’s fishing column appears each
Saturday in the News-Gazette. Send Jacque your
information or photos at P.O. Box 422068, Kissim-
mee, FL 34742 or call 846-7600.



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NEWS-GAZETTE

Saturday, April 21, 1990

SECTION B

Southern Ballet events

WINTER PARK — Southern Ballet Theater is host-
ing a series of events in conjunction with their May 25
and 26 performances of the full-length story ballet,
“Coppelia.” In the ballet, which is based on the story by
E.T.A. Hoffman, a beautiful doll named Coppelia is
“brought to life” by the eccentric dollmaker, Dr.
Coppelius.

Southern Ballet Theatre will introduce “Coppelia” to
families in Central Florida through a series of events
including a drawing contest for children age 8 and under
(deadline for entries is Friday, May 4); a luncheon at the
Enzian Theater Wednesday, May 16; and story hours at
the Orlando Public Library Saturday, May 19 and Sun-
day, May 20. Performances of the full length ballet will
be held Friday, May 25, at 8 p.m. and Saturday, May 26,
at 1 p.m. at the Carr Performing Arts Centre, 401 W.
Livingston Street, Orlando. The Florida Symphony
Orchestra will provide live music.

For more information about the drawing contest,
Enzian luncheon, library series, or Carr performances,
please call Southern Ballet Theatre at 628-0133.

Cosmic concert

The John Young Planetarium is presenting its newest
“Cosmic Concert” laser show featuring the music of
Rush.

Dozens of new laser graphics are specially choreo-
graphed to Rush favorites like “2112,” “Subdivisions,”
“Spirit of the Radio,” and “Tom Sawyer,” as well as hits
from the band’s current album including “Chain Light-
ning” and “Show, Don’t Tell.” Dynamic laser images,
special effects, visual, stars, and 2500 watts of quality
audio will come together in the planetarium to create a
one-of-a-kind rock and roll experience!

Showtimes for Rush are 9 p.m. and 10 p.m. Friday
and Saturday through April 28.

Admission is $4 per person per show. The John
Young Planetarium is part of the Orlando Science Cen-
ter in Orlando Loch Haven Park, 810 E. Rollins Street.

Decoupage exhibit

ORLANDO — The National Guild of Decoupeurs
will present an exhibition of decoupage at the Grosve-
nor Resort at Walt Disney World Village.

The exhibit is open to the public Thursday, April 26,
and Friday, April 27, from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Satur-
day, April 28, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is free.

For more information, call (904) 394-3787.

Oakland Blues

MOUNT DORA — Mount Dora Center for the Arts
(MDCA) invites the public to enjoy the works of French
photojournalist Michelle Vignes through April 24,
Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The Oakland Blues is a photo essay documenting the
nightclub life of black, working-class blues bars in Oak-
land, California’s Harbour and West End. These photo-
graphs capture the joy, spontaneity and rich human dra-
ma of this less-than-glamorous side of Oakland.

Vignes work has appeared in Vogue, Time,
L’Express, Der Spiegel and other noted publications.
The Oakland Blues is on view at MDCA by arrange-
ment with the Cultural Services of the French Embassy.

For more information, call (904) 383-0880.

UCF Jazz

ORLANDO — Critically acclaimed jazz percussion-
ist Louis Bellson, whose genius ranks him with the
greatest names in jazz history, will appear with the Uni-
versity of Central Florida jazz lab for its final concert of
the season April 27.

A drummer at 4, music teacher at 13, Bellson’s early
professional career began with stints in big bands led by
Benny Goodman, Tommy Dorsey, Harry James, Duke
Ellington and Count Basie. In 1952, shortly after his
marriage to Pearl Bailey, he formed his own big band,
Louis Bellson and the Big Band Explosion. The
drummer-leader has accompanied such greats as Tony
Bennett, Mel Torme, Pearl Bailey, Sarah Vaughn, Ella
Fitzgerald and Joe Williams. He has cut 88 LP’s, some
with names like Fitzgerald, Basie, Vaughn, Art Tatum
and Zoot Sims.

A prolific composer as well, Bellson has written 119
original compositions and has collaborated on 100
more. He has also written five orchestral and symphonic
compositions, a movie score and a collection of sacred
music. . ;

The concert begins at 8 p.m. in the Student Center
Auditorium. Tickets are $10 at the door. There are no
advanced sales. For further information, contact John
Whitney at 275-2863.

Duck race

ORLANDO — The Great Orlando Duck Race takes
to the: wandering waters of Wet 'n Wild's “Lazy River”
Saturday, April 28. i

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‘were on the road in

Showtime

Performers from the
Hippodrome State
Theatre in Gainesville

Kissimmee recently for
the traveling produc-
tion of “Portraits.” The
show was presented to
area elementary
school students at the
Osceola Center for the
Arts.

News-Gazette Photo/
Peter Covino

The First
Power

Film-goers should have power
to stay away from this film

I'm only here
for the popcorn

News-Gazette Movie Critic

Before murderer Gary Gilmore was put to death more
than 20 years ago, he vowed in an interview that it really
didn’t matter if he was executed. He would just come
back in the next life.

If Gary Gilmore docs come back, he should be sen-
tenced this time around to sit through The First Power.
It would probably be a more fitting punishment for the
crime anyway.

This unscary, unfunny, never-ending movie about a
guy who gets his kicks killing people, is yet another
entry in the “You can’t keep a demonic-crazed bad guy
down for long,” serics.

Sure scrial killer Patrick Channing (Jeff Kober) may
look dead, but rest assured he’ll be popping back on the
screen before anyone can even make funeral
arrangements,

This really is an unlikeable film. Director Robert
Resnikol[’s screenplay is of the truly flimsy variety. He
said he got the idea for The First Power from a Gary
Gilmore interview. If this is the best script he can come
up with via reading, maybe he should play mahjong or
take up frog disscction as a hobby.

The First Power features the very overrated Lou Dia-
mond Phillips as Los Angeles homicide detective Rus-
scll Logan. Phillips came on like gangbusters as Ritchie
Valens in La Bamba a couple of years ago. Apparently
he feels his movie career, which has included Stand and
Deliver, Young Guns, and Disorganized Crime, can
survive the likes of The First Power.

The First Power really stretches the limits of Phillips’
acting ability. He spends much of his time in critical
condition or at Icast doubled-over in pain from his fre-
quent encounters with the all-powerful Patrick Chan-
ning. Luckily, as is the case of almost all movie homi-
cide detectives, he is most ably assisted by the almost
beautiful and ravishing Tess Seaton (Tracy Griffith).

Even more fortunate for our hero, Tess is a psychic,

The News-Gazette lists all nightlife avail-
able in the area. To submit an event for
inclusion in this column, mail news of that
event to News-Gazette, attention Barbara
Olson, P.O. Box 422068, Kissimmee, Fla.,
34742.

Patrick Channing (Jeff Kober) confronts detective Russell Logan (Lou Diamond Phillips.)

complete with spacious home in the hills overlooking
L.A. Her uncanny abilities include warning Detective
Logan’s friends that they are about to become the next
vicim of the resident bad guy. Tess also warned Detec-
tive Logan in the very beginning that if they killed the
demonic Channing, there would only be more trouble.

Central Florida night life

Black Angus Restaurant & Lounge, 2001
W. Vine St., Kissimmee, 846-7117. Features Kaye
Waldo playing the organ and singing Tuesday through
Saturday at 8 p.m. Happy hour starts at 12 p.m. and goes
until 6 p.m. with two-for-one drinks. Hours are from 7
a.m. until 11:30 p.m. Monday through Sunday.

With all of that great psychic ability, it is no wonder
she has that great big home in the hills.

But despite her asscts and abilities, it isn’t Tess that
we are supposed to marvel at in The First Power. No,
that distinction goes to Channing. The first power, by
the way, refers to one’s knack to be resurrected after
being dead. Conveniently, there is a nun in the movie
who serves as a kind of technical advisor for the audi-
ence, explaining the differences between the first, sec-
ond and third powers.

Channing, as is always the case in this kind of film,
has all three powers. He can leap off of tall buildings
and his spirit can possess the body of just about anyone
he chooses. That last power has unfortunate consequ-
ences for the technically-advising nun.

Fortunately, film-goers have one power that even the
mighty Channing does not possess. They can get up and
leave before The First Power is over.

The First Power is rated R for violence and language.
An Orion Pictures release.

|

Branding Iron Lounge & Package, S. 4509
U.S. 17-92, Kissimmee, 846-4533. Features pool, darts,
big screen TV and food; live country and Southern rock
music Friday and Saturday from 9 p.m. The package
store features a full line of spirits and mixers with a

See Night Life, page B-6

What's inside

Club news
A guide to whats going onin area
community clubs is on page B-3.
Attraction guide

A guide to area attractions is on
page B-14,15.

Church Guide B-17
Classified B-19-24
Dear Abby B-5
Erma Bombeck B-5
Restaurant Guide -.. B9

——

= 1.

NOW PLAYING

Arcade

Steel Magnolias is rated PG and is showing at 7:15 p.m.
and 9:15 p.m.

‘Osceola West

Driving Miss Daisy israted PG and isshowing at 2p.m.,
4:15 p.m., 7:15 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.

** Pretty Woman is rated R and is showing at 1:45 p.m.,
4:15 p.m., 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m,

The First Power is rated Rand is showing at 1:45p.m.. 4
pm..7 p.m. and 9:45 pm,

Joe vs. the Volcano is rated PG and is showing at 1:45
p.m.. 4 pm., and 7:30 p.m.

Cry Baby israted PG-13 and isshowing at 2p.m.,4p.m.,

© 7:15 pm. and 9:45 p.m. :

*+ Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is rated PG and is
showing at 1:30 p.m., 4 p.m. 7:30 p.m. and $30 p.m.

Hard to Kill is rated R and is showing at 9:45 p.m.

my >
, ¥

Osceola East

** Ernest Goes to Jail is rated PG and Is showing at 2
p.m., 4:30 p.m., 7:30 p.m. and 9:45 p.m.

House Party Is rated R and Is showing at 1:30 p.m., 4
pm. 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.

Shock to the System Is fated R and is showing at 1:45
p.m, 4:15 p.m., 7:15 p.m. and 9:45 p.m.

** Crazy People Is rated R and Is showing at 1:30 p.m. 4
pm. 7:30 p.m. and 9:45 p.m.

1 Love You to Death is rated R and is showing at 1:45

‘pm. 4:30 p.m. ond 7:15 p.m,

** War of the Roses Israted R and Is showing at 9:30 p.m.
** The Hunt for Red October is rated PG and Is at 1:30
p.m. 4:18 p.m.. 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. : d

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Page B2, NEWS-GAZETTE, Saturday, April 21, 1990

Community events
Kiss-a-Me Squares

The Kiss-a-Me Squares Dance Club, sponsored by
the Kissimmee Parks and Recreation Department, will
start free “Icarn 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 Moming 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. : :

Golden Rollers Club

The Golden Rollers Club meets at Kissimmee Skate
Reflections, 1111 Dyer Blvd., each Wednesday from 10
a.m. to 1 p.m. The club is for adults only. A potluck is
served the first Wednesday of every month. Come join
the fun. For more information, call 846-2319.

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

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 cach month at 7 p.m. at Good
Sam Cafe on 17-92 south of Kissimmee. Businessmen,
their wives and the public are welcome for dinner and to
hear the speaker. For more information, call 892-5895.

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Saturday, April 21, 1990, NEWS-GAZETTE, Page B3

Deacline for community events for
Thursday's News-Gazette is 5 p.m. Mon-
day. Deadline for Saturday's News-
Gazette is Wednesday at 5 p.m. Deadline
for Sunday's News-Gazette is Thursday
at5 p.m. Those wanting more information
on placing acommunity event can contact
Barbara Olson, news assistant, at
846-7600.

Drivers needed

St. Cloud Meals on Wheels needs volunteer drivers
for onc hour one day per weck Monday through Satur-
day from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. For more informa-
tion, call Pat Nations at 892-0751.

UOA meeting

The United Ostomy Association will meet at 2 p.m.
April 22 at St. Cloud Hospital.

RSVP volunteers honored

The Osceola County Retired Senior Volunteer Prog-
ram recently held its annual volunteer recognition lunc-
heon. Last year in Osccola County, 703 RSVP volun-
teers donated over 100,000 hours to hospitals and
non-profit organizations including the Osceola Council
on Aging, Osccola County Children’s Home, Good
Samaritan Retirement Village, Help Now of Osceola,
Tourist Information Centers and Osceola schools.

Eula Roliff was honored as the RSVP volunteer of
the ycar. Volunteers with five, ten and fifteen years of
service, as well as those in their 90s, were presented
with certificates of appreciation.

Diabetic support group

Kissimmee Memorial Hospital sponsors a monthly
support group meeting for diabetic patients and their
familics the last Wednesday of cach month. The next
meeting will be at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 25, at the
hospital, 200 Hilda St.

General information about diabetes is available

through the TEL-MED information system betwee 9
am. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Tapes avail-
able by phone include Diabetes (11), Foot Care for
Diabetics (22) and Combating the Complications of
Diabetes (619). Call 933-4140 to request a TEL-MED
tape.

For program information, call 933-6612.

Hospital volunteers

Kissimmee Memorial Hospital is looking for new
members to join the auxiliary. Volunteers help in the
gift shop, the intensive care waiting room, the informa-
tion desk and on the floor delivering menus, flowers and
mail. For more information, call 846-4343, extension
6659 or call Nancy Galle at 846-8517.

Former Jehovah’s Witnesses

There will be a support group meeting for former
Jehovah’s Witnesses or anyone with questions about the
Watchtower organization at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April
28. Call Gail at 295-4044 after 6 p.m. for directions.

Bridge results

The open and novice duplicate bridge games at the
Buenaventura Country Club are played every Monday.

Winners April 16 were, north and south: Helen
Beardsley and Mary Nell Gillis, first; Rachel Eney and
Sophie Radosevich; second; and Kay Brown and Anne
Marksbury, third. East and west winners were John and
Laurel Krock, first; Don Brown and Marie Steinhoff,
second; and Syd Barnes and Syd Kelly, third.

Ham exams

The Osceola Amateur Radio Club is offering exami-
nations for all five classes of amateur radio licenses,
novice through extra classes, Saturday, May 5, at9 a.m.
at the Osceola County Senior Citizens Center, 1099
Shady Lane. For more information, call Lloyd Garvin at
846-0204.

Fashion/luncheon show

Hope House of St. Cloud will present a spring fash-
ion luncheon show from noon to 3 p.m.. Saturday, April
28, at the Life Center building at First United Methodist
Church. Fashions will be presented by Josie’s Heavenly
Bridal, Fashion Marc and Cato of St. Cloud.

Fashions shown will include formal and party wear,
casual clothes and 9 to 5 work apparel. Tickets are $5
and can be purchased at Fashion Marc, Josie’s or at the
door. Proceeds will benefit the Hope House spouse
abuse program.

Jazz society presents

The Central Florida Jazz Society will present Rich
Matteson from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, April 22, at
Chris’s House of Beef, 801 John Young Parkway,
Orlando.

He will be accompanied by Don Scaletta on piano,
Lou Mauro on bass and Barry Smith on drums. The
donation is SS for members, $7.50 for non-members
and $2.50 for students. Memberships will be available
at the session.

Audubon society

The Kissimmee Valley Audubon Socicty will meet at
7:30 p.m. April 24 in the old courthouse on Emmett
Street in Kissimmee. Resce Collins of the Madelyn
Baldwin Center for Birds of Prey in Maitland will bring
some of the unrelcasable hawks and owls from the cen-
ter. She will discuss the center’s work and will tell the
recent histories of the birds she will bring with her.

The group. will take a trip to Mclbourne Saturday,
July 7, to observe the sca turtles come ashore to lay their
eggs. The price of $59.99 for members includes bus
transportation, a ranger-guided tour, overnight accom-
modations at the Melbourne Oceanfront Quality Suites
Hotel, breakfast buffct and a cockuail reception. Mem-
bers price without bus. transportation is $41.50. Non-
members are invited for the preceeding prices, plus $20
for an Audubon family membership. For more informa-
tion and reservations, call Liz Fishman at 933-1995 or
Jerry Fishman at 396-2788.

Pa, Va. and W. Va. club

"The Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia Club
will ‘meet at 12:30 p.m. Tucsday, April 24, at the St.
Cloud Senior Citizen Center on Indiana Avenue, Any-
one from the three states is invited. Each person is asked
to, bring a covered dish to pass and his own table
service. i aR a

Special Sunday |

Residents of the St. Cloud Health Care Cen-
ter enjoyed a beautiful day while children from

News-Gazette Photo/Scott Fisher

the community had an Easter egg hunt. The
activities were held Sunday.

Dessert/card party

The Woman's Club of St. Cloud will hold a dessert/
card party at the Woman’s Club of St. Cloud, 1014
Massachusetts Ave., from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday,
April 24. Dessert and coffee will be served at 1 p.m.
followed by card games.

Get a group together for your favorite card game.
Men and women are welcome. A $3 donation may be
made at the door.

For reservations, call Frances Chadwick at 957-8710,
Millie Pettingill at 892-1886 or Betty Moore at
957-3614.

Extension activities

A class on breast self-examination will be held at
9:30 a.m. April 30 at the Ag center. Registration for this
class is requested. From April 30 through May 3, a
mobile unit will be stationed at the Ag center to perform
mammograms. Each mammogram will take about 20
minutes; the cost is $49 which is payable at the time of
the screening. To schedule an appointment, call the Ag
center.

A class on serger sewing basics, also called overlock
sewing, will be held at the center from 9 a.m. to 11:30
a.m. May 16. For more information on this class and to
register, call the Ag center.

The Osceola Extension Homemakers have planned a
field trip to Winter Park on Wednesday, May 23. The
cost is $6, which is due by May 17. It will include a tour
of the Polosek Foundation and a tour of the Morse Gal-
lery of Art. The tour is open to the public. For reserva-
tions, call Dorothy Hand at 933-5643.

A class to expand your knowledge of sewing will be
offered from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 11 and 18. It will also
be offered from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. May 17, 24 and
31. Call the center and register.

For more information on any of these activities and to
register for them, call the Agriculture Center at
846-4181. All Extension programs are open to everyone
regardless of race, color, sex, creed, handicap or nation-
al origin.

Spring plant sale

The Rotary Club of West Kissimmee will sponsor a
spring plant sale Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April
26, 27 and 28 from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. It will be held at the
Osceola Square Mall, next to Morrison’s Cafeteria, cor-
ner of Vine Street and Hoagland Boulevard, Kissim-
mee. The sale will include orchids. A nursery specialist
will be available to answer questions.

Neptune book fair

Neptune Middle School, 2727 Neptune Road, Kis-
simmee, will host a book fair from April 23 through
April 27 in the media center to promote School Library
Mcdia Weck. The community is invited to see the books
available and the media facilities. The media center is
open from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

55/Alive Driving class

A 55/Alive Driving class will be held from 9 a.m. to 1
p-m. May 17 and 18 at the Buenaventura Lakes Com-
munity Center, 501 Florida Parkway.

The physical changes that come with advancing years
and how to compensate for them are discussed; slides
and group discussions are utilized.

It is necessary to attend both days to obtain a certifi-
cate that will enable drivers with a clean record to get a
discount from their insurers.

Pre-registration is requested and there is a $7 fee,
which is payable in advance. For more information and
to register, call John Sobolewski, instructor, at
348-5805 or Thelma Billings at 892-2570.

Space Quackers

The Mashed Potato Players Touring Theatre Com-
pany will be at the BVL branch of the Osceola Public

Library Saturday, May 12, for two performances of |

Space Quackers, an outer space adventure starring Cap-

. tain Quaisar and Mr. Zenith. The performances will be

at 10 am. and 11 am.

Children of all ages will be able to participate in the
live theater action entertainment. The programs are free
and open to the public. Seating is limited.

Woman of the Year

A tea to honor the Osceola County Woman of the
Year will be held April 29 at the Senior Center, 1099
Shady Lane, Kissimmee. The public is invited.

BVL Community Association

The BVL Community Association will meet at 7:30
p.m. April 30 at the Community Center. Commissioner
Reidy Williams will discuss public transportation in
BVL. There will be an update on the city officials study
of annexing BVL and the effect it would have on resi-
dents’ finarces.

Lincoln Day dinner

The Republican Executive Committee will hold its
annual Lincoln Day dinner and auction Friday, May 11,
in the Tupperware auditorium. A social hour will be
held at 6 p.m. and a prime rib dinner at 7 p.m. The
speaker will be the Hon. Rob Quartel, national maritime
commissioner.

Ticket donation is $60 per person. For more informa-
tion on obtaining tickets, call Republican headquarters
at 846-8889, Robin Davis, chairman, at 933-7450 or
Juliette’s at Town Corral Shopping Center at 847-2517.

Osceola Humane Society

The Osceola Humane Society will have a covered
dish supper and mecting at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 26, in
the historical wing of the Osceola Center for the Arts,
U.S. Highway 192 between Kissimmee and St. Cloud.

Leslie Large and Diana Haynes, directors of the
Osceola Canine Training Association, will present a
program on responsible pet ownership and behavior.
problems. A question and answer period will follow.
All are welcome and asked to bring a covered dish to
share.

Gospel songfest

The gospel songfest usually held the first Saturday of
the month in the Community House on Monument
Avenue in Kissimmee has been changed to Sunday,
May 6, at 2:30 p.m. This is a free program sponsored by
the Kissimmee Parks and Recreation Department; the
public is invited. Coffee and refreshments are served.
For more information, call Finis or Christi Oakley at
847-7234 or the recreation hotline at 847-2821, exten-
sion 5200.

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.

Pancake breakfast

Boy Scout Troop 240 will host a pancake breakfast
from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. April 21 in the fellowship hall at
First Baptist Church, 1700 N. Bermuda Ave. In addition
to pancakes, the breakfast will include sausage, juice
and coffee; a donation of $2.50 per person is requested.

Christian school registration

The St. Cloud Christian School, 1122 Kentucky
Ave., will hold pre-registration for the 1990-1991
school year from noon to 2 p.m. Sunday, April 22 and
April 29. Grades kindergarten through 8 ar2 now being
enrolled. For more information, call 892-5511.

Fund raiser for Michelle

The Fraternal Order of Eagles No. 4048 will sponsor
a special dinner to benefit Michelle Lee Daugherty, the
1990 Central Florida Leukemia Society poster child.
Michelle, 8, is the daughter of Tim and Ann Daugherty
of Kissimmee.

The dinner, open to the public, will be held from 1
p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, April 22, at the Eagles, 15 W.
Darlington St. Dinner will include one-half fried chick-
en, mashed potatoes, vegetables and salad. Ticket dona-
tion is $5 at the door or by contacting Ed Fleury at
847-4626. There will be jackpot bingo from 2 p.m. to 4
p.m. and the Irvings will play beginning at 4 p.m.

Osceola AARP

Osceola AARP Chapter No. 4447 will hold a big
bake sale at 9 a.m. Saturday, April 28, at the Mill Creek
Mall Publix store.

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Volunteer Week

The St. Cloud Hospital Auxiliary will hold a recep-
tion in celebration of Volunteer Week from 1 p.m. to 3
p.m. Friday, April 27, in the conference room at the hos-

pital. All persons interested in becoming hospital volun- -

teers are invited to attend. A tour of the hospital and
information concerning the duties of auxiliary members
will be available. Refreshments will be served.

50s dance

A 50s dance, with D.J. Sal Tee, will be held from 8
p.m. to midnight April 21 at the Knights of Columbus
Hall, 2000 Neptune Road. Tickets are $3 per person.
For more information and tickets, call 892-6413 or
892-1391. Tickets will also be available at the door.

Bike tour for MS

The fourth annual Bike 150 Tour for Multiple Sclero-
sis will be held April 21 and 22. For more information,
pick up literature at Scavone’s Bike Shop, 903 Emmett
St., Kissimmee, or call 847-7206.

VEW news

VEW Post No. 4225 has scheduled the following
activity at the Post home, 504 S. Randolph Ave.,
Kissimmee:

Sunday, April 22, beginning at 1 p.m., Cooties’ din-
ner; ribeye or hamburger steak, $5. In-house darts at 5
p.m.

Hot dogs, hamburgers, chicken sandwiches and
deluxe club croissants are served daily at noon.

Vets representative

A veteran’s representative from the Job Service of
Florida will be at the Osceola County Veterans Services
office at 1322 10th St., St. Cloud, April 25 to assist vet-
erans in obtaining employment. Any veteran who
wishes to make an appointment should call 846-6530
prior to 5 p.m. April 24.

Rose Society

The Greater Orlando Rose Society will meet at Mor-
rison’s Cafeteria, Winter Park Mall, Highway 17-92,
Tuesday, April 24. Dinner begins at 6 p.m. and the
meeting at 7 p.m. The speaker will be Tom MacCubbin.
The public is invited. For more information, call
671-0614. $

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 Council on Aging at
846-8532.

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 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 offered.

A matinee performance of Oliveris planned for Wed-
nesday, Aug. 1, at the Mark II Dinner 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.

BVL AARP trips

A trip to the Mark Two Dinner Theater for a twilight
matinee of Singin’ in the Rain Sunday, June 17, for $28
has been offered to BVL AARP Chapter No. 4259; it
includes a buffet dinner, tax and tip, roundtrip transpor-
tation and the performance. Reservations must be in by
May 18.

A day at the races in Casselberry has been offered to
the group Wednesday, May 23. The bus will leave the
BVL Community Center at 11 a.m. and return at
approximately 5 p.m. Cost for members is $24.50 and
$25.50 for non-members; it includes a lunch of baked
chicken, salad, rolls and beverage, tax, tip, admission
tip sheet, program and special AARP trophy-awarded
race. Deadline for reservations is April 25.

For more information and reservations, call Helene
Sweaney at 348-6586 or Howard Crisp at 348-5279.

Dinner theater trip

The Holy Redeemer seniors have planned a trip to the
Mark Two Dinner Theater May 2 to see the matinee
performance of “Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really
Reflect Up?” The outing includes lunch, tax, gratuities
and roundtrip bus transportation for $27.50 per person.
‘The bus will leave at about 10:30 a.m. and return at
about 6 p.m.

For more information, call Verna Barth at 933,4858
or John Sobolewski at 348-5805.

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. 10 10 p.m. Pete and Jan
Shankle are the round dance cuers. For informa:
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The race benefits the Boys and Girls Clubs of Central
Florida Inc. Adoptions of the ducks can be made at a
donation of $5 per duck until the race begins. Adoption
Papers are at participating Winn Dixie Stores and Bur-
ger King Restaurants throughout the Central Florida
arca.

The race begins at high tide or 11:30 a.m. The first
ducks 10 cross the finish line will win some big prizes
for their adopters, including: a 1990 3-door Honda Civ-
ic from Classic Honda; round-trip tickets for two any-
where in domestic U.S. from Continental Airlines and
Bon Voyage Travel; $500 Savings Bond at maturity
from First Union National Bank of Florida; three days,
two nights at the Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress; cham-
pagne balloon ride from Col. Joe’s Balloon Works and
Kite Emporium; gift certificates, shopping sprees, din-
ners, hotel accommodations and more.

For more information about the Great Orlando Duck
Race or adoptions, call 841-6855.

Book sale

WINTER PARK — The Winter Park Public Library
will hold its annual Spring Used Book Sale April 21 and
22, outside on the south esplanade and inside in the
library’s community room.

Thousands of books will be on sale Saturday from 9
a.m. 10 5 p.m, and on Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. For
information, call 647-1638. The 1989 spring sale gener-
ated $14,471 gross total - a record for the 11 years of the
library sale.

FSO Under Stars

ORLANDO — The Florida Symphony League is
presenting the Florida Symphony Orchestra for an eve-
ning of “Symphony Under the Stars” for its spring con-
cert Saturday, April 21, at 8 p.m. at The Springs in
Longwood, and Saturday, May 5, at 8 p.m. at Lake
Down in Windermere.

Sponsored by Pebbles, Burger King and Sun Bank,
the popular outdoor concerts create a romatic atmo-
sphere to raise funds for the FSO. Resident Conductor
Michael Krajewski will conduct the orchestra in a prog-
ram of light classical and pops favorites. The Longwood
concert includes a salute to Irving Berlin accompanied
by two singers and dancers from Walt Disney World.
Characters from Universal Studios ‘will join the
orchestra in the Windermere concert for a salute to
movics from Universal such as Jaws and King Kong.

Concert-goers are invited to bring a picnic dinner,
candles and a blanket for an evening of music under the
stars. Gates open at 5 p.m.

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Suite 3, Orlando; or by calling 894-2011.

Gallery tours

MAITLAND — Collectors Chauncey P. Lowe and
Dana Wolf will conduct a series of gallery tours of the
exhibition The Dragon Throne, Chinese Imperial Art, at
the Maitland Art Center. The exhibition is scheduled to
continue at the Maitland Art Center through April 29.

Lowe and Wolf will conduct two tours Sunday, April
29, with the first tour at 1 p.m. and the second tour at
2:30 p.m.

Reservations for the gallery tours will be required
duc to the scale of the exhibition and gallery space and
duc to regard for the delicacy of the artifacts. Each tour
will be limited to 50 persons. Reservations must be
made by telephoning the Art Center during normal
hours. Operating hours at the Maitland Art Center are
Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10 a.m. to 4:30
p.m.; Tucsday and Thursday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; and
Saturday and Sunday from noon to 4:30 p.m. Informa-
tion on the exhibition, memberships or directions to the
Maitland Art Center can be obtained by telephoning the
center at 645-2181 during the hours listed above.

Grad nite

Five of the hottest acts on the pop, dance and R & B
charts will keep the all-night party rocking for thou-
sands of high school seniors at Grad Nite "90, the
world’s largest graduation party, May 4, 5, 11, 12 and
18 in the Walt Disncy World Magic Kingdom Park.

Musical headliners Jody Watley and Seduction will
be joined by Kevin Paige, Skyy and Stevie B at each
Grad Nite party. And kicking off Walt Disney World's
19th year of hosting America’s senior class will be Sha-
doe Stevens, host of “American Top 40 with Shadoe
Stevens,” who'll introduce the musical stars at the May
4 and 5 Grad Nites.

Grad Nite is a drug-free, alcohol-free, chaperoned
event organized only through the schools with the Walt
Disney World Grad Nite office. Tickets to Grad Nite are
$22.50 per person for seniors and their dates and cover
admission to the Magic Kingdom plus a souvenir color
photograph. Discounted tickets may be purchased for
Epcot Center and the Disney-MGM Studios Theme
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tances from where we lived in North Carolina nine
years ago appeared at our door. (We are now living 850

: miles from there, but they found us).

They rang our doorbell at 6 p.m., saying they wanted
to surprise us. They had arrived in town at noon, found
: our house, and spent six hours imposing on our next-

door neighbors waiting for us to come home from work!

Abby, these are not close friends. He was my hus-
band’s barber. They said they were vacationing and had
} made several stops since leaving North Carolina —
t looking up some old Army buddies from 30 years ago.
Of course we weren't prepared for dinner guests, so
| we took them out to eat and invited them to spend the
; night in our guest room. The next morning we took
¢ them out for breakfast and old them we were working
: folks. They thanked us for the “wonderful” time. It
. would have been “wonderful” if we had had a little
! notice.

: Abby, why do some people insist on “surprising”
' acquaintances with a visit?
Unpleasantly Surprised

Hi

Dear Surprised: Because if they called, they might
: be told, “Sorry, we were just leaving town,” or “The
kids have the measles,” or some other reason they could
not be made welcome. This way, they surprised you —
i and you were stuck.

Dear Abby: I am a 21-year-old man with my own
' business, car, girlfriend — basically very happy and
doing well. My problem: I sound like a girl — espe-
i cially on the telephone. I'm often called “ma’am,” and

it’s very embarrassing.
Do you have any suggestions for lowering my voice?

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days — as long as you’ve got the right shoes for it. The
Imelda Marcos disease has struck this country with a
vengeance. All we do all day long is change our shoes.

There are karate shoes, volleyball shoes, cheer-
leading shoes, skateboard shoes, biking shoes and walk-
ing shoes. There are shoes for going into the water,
climbing a mountain and hiking a trail.

Some are constructed with encapsulated gel, others
have Hydro-Flow, and the newest ones come with a
158 pump that inflates air pockets to fit your foot. You

couldn’t live long enough to make a choice between all

the running shoes being offered. Among them are shoes
for runners who weigh 180 pounds or more, those who
train for a marathon, and enthusiasts who want their
shoes to glow in the dark. :

I saw one pair of shoes touted as offering the luxury
of never having to tie shoelaces. The elastic laces
expgnd with the shoes. (I call them loafers). Another
pair that cost $80 were said to feel as good as bare feet.
(I know this is a dumb question, but why wouldn’t you
just take your shoes off and save $80 bucks?)

In larger cities such as New York, women wear their
subway shoes and carry a wardrobe of shoes with them
— office, bowling, acrobic and getting lucky.

Whatever the hype, I've fallen for it. I wouldn't be
caught dead wearing the wrong shoes for an event. I
shop in my walking shoes and run to the mailbox in my
acrobic shoes. When my husband says, “Take a hike,”
I've got the shoes for it.

I got a cute pair of skinny four-inch heels that are my
sitting-at-a-lunchcon shoes. I can’t begin to walk in
them, but they make my ankles look slim. I have a pair
of sandals that stretched and turned to stone when I got
them wet. I wear them to hose out the garage. There are
my “getting dinner” shoes that resemble bedroom slip-
pers and that no one sces, and my shoes to buy shoes
because they are the smallest size in my closet.

I don’t know how we got so caught up in this craze.
At onc time you could get your kid a little pair of gym

shoes in the five-and-dime, and the only decision you
had to make was whether to buy white or black.
The other day I walked into the room and my son was
sprawled out watching television. I snapped, “Get your
feet off the furniture.”
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Dear “Ma’am”: If your high-pitched voice is not
due to some physical abnormality, a voice coach might
be able to help.Or contact the National Association for
Hearing -and Speech Action, 10801 Rockville Pike,
Rockville, Md. 20852. Its toll free number is: (800)
638-8255. (In Maryland, call (301) 897-8682). The peo-
ple there will recommend a certified professional in
your area who deals with the causes of abnormal speech
and how to correct them if possible.

Dear Abby: A while back you published some letters
about people who spoke with Scandanavian accents. It
set me to thinking about some other people who talk
“funny.”

New Englanders end any word that finishes with an
“ah” sound as though it ends in “er.” (Example: “Idea”
is pronounced “ideer.”) Then, they end any word ending
in “er” so that it sounds as if it ends in an “ah.” (Exam-
ple: “Better” is pronounced “bettah.”). 2

One of the most delightful experiences I ever had
with regional accents was on a layover flight from
Memphis, Tenn., to Arkansas. I was talking with a
pretty. Southern gal who was “tawkin” with a heavy
Southern ‘“ayaksayent,” and I commented on how
becoming her dialect sounded to my mid-Atlantic ears.

She came back with an unforgettable retort: “Ah
don’t hayave an ayaksayent! Y'all do!”

Walter Gebhart,
Wilmington, Del.

Confidential to Grateful Beyond Words: Most
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$0 since you say you can “well afford it,” offer him a
gift of cash.If he wishes to donate it to‘the church let it
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Sunday. He was never what I would call a passionate
lover, but I feel as though I’m living with my brother. If
I feel romantic, he says, “Not tonight, maybe tomor-
row.” I miss the closeness we once had.

I know he loves me, Abby, but I feel so empty and
alone. Please help me. No name or town, please. Sign
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drive-through window. Happy hour is 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Monday through Friday with free hot food. Tuesday is
ladies night; Thursday is Margarita night. Lounge and
package store hours are 10 a.m. to midnight Monday
through Thursday; 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. Friday and Satur-
day; and 1 p.m. to midnight Sunday.

Calico Jack’s of Kissimmee, 3501 W. Vine
St., Kissimmee, 847-PARTY. Hours: 11:30 a.m. to 1:45
a.m, Monday through Saturday; noon to 1:45 a.m. Sun-
day. Disc jockey dance parties Tuesday through Sunday
9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Live reggae Sunday 7 p.m. to 11
p.m. featuring Souler Eclipse. Features a daily happy
hour from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. with two for one beer, wine
and cocktails, 15 cent oysters and 25 cent chicken wings
and appetizers. Daily drink specials.

Corvette Lounge, 1305 Wyoming Ave., corner
of Irlo Bronson Highway and Wyoming Avenue, St.
Cloud, 957-9819. Hours: 10 a.m. to midnight Monday
through Thursday; 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. Friday and Satur-
day; and 1 p.m. to midnight Sunday. (Collared shirts
required after 7 p.m.) Happy hour is 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Monday through Friday and has drafts for 75 cents,
domestic beer for $1.25 and well drinks two for $2.25.
Unescorted ladies may drink at happy hour prices at all
times. Features P&D Bar-B-Q, ribs, beef, pork and turk-
ey. Kitchen hours: 11 a.m. to2 p.m.and 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Monday through Thursday, and Saturday; and 11 a.m.
to 9 p.m. Friday. Entertainment includes pool, darts,
pinball and a jukebox with 60s, 70s and 80s music.

Cracker House Saloon, 2791 E. Irlo Bronson
Highway, Kissimmee, 846-4034, features a dance floor
and live country, cross over, or bluegrass music Friday
and Saturday night starting at 9 p.m. Happy hour runs
from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and
includes free hors d’ocuvres. Weekly hours are: Mon-
day through Thursday, 3 p.m. to 12 a.m.; Friday, 3 p.m.
to 2 a.m.; Saturday 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. and Sunday 1 p.m.
to 9 p.m. Every other Sunday features open jam sessions
and barbecues.

Fibber McGee’s Restaurant & Lounge, 220
E. Monument Street, Kissimmee, 933-2223, has live
entertainment featuring music from the *50s and ’60s
and the top 40 on Friday and Saturday night. Hours are
from 11 a.m. to midnight Monday through Thursday,
and until 12:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday. Happy hour is
from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Fox & Hound Pub, 3514 W. Vine St., Kissim-
mee, 847-9927. The English pub features British beers,
foods and games such as darts, chess and cribbage.
Hours are Sunday, 1 p.m. to 2 a.m., Monday, 5 p.m. to 2
a.m. and Tuesday through Saturday, noon to 2 a.m.

Giraffe Lounge, Hotel Royal Plaza, 1905 Hotel
Plaza Blvd., Lake Buena Vista, 846-3355, features vari-
ous live bands, appearing Tuesday through Saturday
starting at 9 p.m., playing the latest in Top 40s entertain-
ment. There are nightly drink specials and happy hour is
from 4 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. every night. Hours are 4 p.m.
to 3 a.m. Seven days a week.

Goldies Lounge, Comfort Inn-East, 201 Simpson

ments. Join the Groupie Club and receive discounts on
drinks, appetizers and games.

Hilton Inn Gateway, 7470 W. Bronson High-
way, Kissimmee, 396-4400, features Mark and Lorna
Wayne singing big band to Top 40 hits in the Ficus
Lounge Tuesday through Saturday from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
There are weekly drink specials and free hors d’ oeuvres
from 10 p.m. to 12 a.m. Hours are 5:30 p.m. to 2 am.
seven days a week.

Irish Embassy Pub, 3620 W. Vine St., Kissim-
mee, 870-1535. Hours are from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. seven
days a week. Serves authentic Irish food; features live
Irish entertainment and videos direct from Ireland.

j.d. penguin’s, 4447 W. Irlo Bronson Highway,
Kissimmee, 396-0220. A DJ plays top 40 music nightly
starting at 8 p.m. Happy hour is 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. with $1
premium brands. Different drink specials each night,
including Disney cast night on Tuesdays. Video games,
free snacks, large screens for music videos and televised
sports. Hours are noon to 2 a.m. Monday through Friday
and noon to 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. Saturday and Sunday.

Jiggers Lounge, 2145 E. Vine Street, Kissim-

mee, 846-4646. There is happy hour from 4 p.m. to 8
p.m. and nightly drink specials. Hours are from 4 p.m.
to midnight Monday through Thursday and 4 p.m. to 1
a.m. on Friday and Saturday. J.D.R.’s Mini Dinner
Showcase is featured Saturday from 8:30 p.m. to 10:30
p.m.

J.J. O'Rourke's, 5711 W. Irlo Bronson Hwy.,
Kissimmee, 396-4222, extension 314, newly redecor-
ated in nostalgic decor, features a DJ every night play-
ing hits from the 50s through the 80s from 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. Fun menu from shark bites to lobster.

La Cantina, Hotel Royal Plaza, Lake Buena Vista,
846-3355, features Lightning Strikes Twice on guitar at
10 p.m. each evening. Hours are 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. seven
days a week. Happy hours are 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. and mid-
night to 3 a.m. ’

The Laughing Kookaburra Goodtime
Lounge, Buena Vista Palace, Lake Buena Vista,
827-3520, features 99 different varieties of beer, both
domestic and imported. Happy hour is from 4 p.m. to 8
p.m.; a live band performs classic and Top 40 hits Tues-
day through Sunday from 8 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. There are
nightly drink specials. Hours are 4 p.m. to 3 a.m. seven
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Road, Kissimmee, 846-1530, features a disc jockey or aren, Shae pa EW
nightly. Monday is a special night for those who work in oe Be Se Or Se S31 980 $20,925 Sti 80 stock ode cotor st sale price
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features nightly drink specials. There is a dance contest Fo043 sw White $17.78 $14.54 Fos S3tn =) HE ae

every Friday and Saturday night, starting at 10 p.m.
Hours are from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m., Monday through
Saturday.

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Bronson Highway, Kissimmee, 396-6911. Hours are
from 3 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. seven days a week. Happy
hour is daily from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. and features draft
beer for 75 cents, oysters 20 cents, and 10-cent shrimp.
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Stock # Model Color List Sale Price F0021 ~ Coupe Currant Red $18,161 $14,184
F9137 LX Silver $14,257 «$11,424 F0055 Super Coupe Black $25,616 $20,750
F9139 GT Red $15,681 $12,784 F0069 Coupe White $16,501 $13,883
F9143 GT White $15,681 $12,784 .
. F9182 GT Red $16,086 $13,177
ar (0) F9187 LX Grey $13,483 $10,950
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Stock # Model Color List Sale Price F0003 GL Silver $12,814 $11,279
rl 5 . . M0027 Grand Marquis LS Alabaster $21,792 $18,463
The family of Anne Tribuna would (ike to M0030 Grand Marquis LS White $22.457 $19,028
5 a M0037 Grand Marquis GS Grey $20,275 $17,305
express our heartfelt thanks to everyone who ex- M0038 Colony Park LS White $22,302 $18,685
plip . - i M0040 Grand Marquis LS White $22,405 $18,986
tended comforting words and fietp in our recent M0041 Grand MarquislS Lt. Blue $22,146 $18,766
sorrow and for all the beautiful floral pieces, a
plants, cards, food, telephone calls and especial-

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White $32,202
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Sale Price
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ly for all the prayers said in her behalf. :
Our special thanks to: Dr. Jeffrey Berman,
Dr. Peter Morrow, Fr. Jim Reamy, Fr. Martin
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Grissom, Linda Hintze who gave fier such {ov Se rey Pa MEN. Tila 1
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: M0036 LS Lt. BI $18,270 $14,628
family at St. Luke & St. Peters who were so sup- Moos is Cant fod ssa saver sive? Stock # Model sa S0ler JH, Sule Prics
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portive to us during Anne’s illness and death. Broo Mode} — ono Sale FO015 GT Blue $11,984 $9,798
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God Bless You Foo. t:Flus White 35 7, F0034 4Dr Red $11,268 $9,045
S ( T ih na, F0035 4 Dr. Silver $11,359 $9,123
Pat Chimento, Jim Chimento
>& P.S. Thank you, Lord for taking Anne home!
Stock # Model Color List Sale Price
1989
M8013 4Dr. LS Rose Quartz $17,645 $13,235
M9017 4Dr. LS Lt. Blue $17,845 $13,235
1990
M0011 4 Dr. GS White $17,616 $14,447
M0012 40r. GS Sandalwood $17,794 $14,598
Stock # Model Color List Sale Price
1989
F171 4 Dr. White $16,156 $13,207
Stock # Model Color List Sale Price F0024 4 Dr. 3000 $17,667 $16,427
1990 F0026 4Dr. LX White $20,223 *$16,411
FO0004 4 Dr Alabaster $12,637 $10,611 Fo027 4 Dr, LX Med. Tan $20,223 $16,961
F0005 4 Dr, White $12,637 $10,511 FO061 4 Dr, Woodrose $18,438 $16,186
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1990
M0005 4 Dr. GS Alabaster $13,102 $10,886
M0006 4 Dr. GS Spinnaker Blue $13,102 $10,806
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Community events WYSONG’S INC.
County nurses meeting Overeaters Anonymous National Dance Week wi Slot Service
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Osceola County Nurses will meet at noon Thursday, Overeaters Anonymous meets each Thursday at 7:30 Leggz Dance Academy will celebrate National | g50 id Kissi s+7v> SOueias
April 26, at Fibber McGee's Restaurant. Nurses who ~~ P.m. at Florida Christian College. For more informa- Dance Week with an Echappe-A-Thon fund raiser from yee Mmmee
work or live in Osceola County are invited to attend the tion, call Beverly at 846-4321. 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 28. All money raised HAIR STUDIO 2000
meetings. They are currently planning for Nurses Week, 2 i will go toward sending dance students to the Tremaine
which will be celebrated May 1 through May 7. Anorexia/bulimia group Dance Convention. For more information, call 820 N. Main Street,
Parkinsonian Society Anorexia/bulimia support group meetings are avail- Bros. Kissimmee, FL 34744
TL able in Kissimmee for individuals or for group partici- Red Cross classes
J The Parkinsonian Society of Greater Orlando will pation. This is open to all ages, is completely confiden- 870=-CUTS
meet from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 21, at the tial and is free. The support leader is a recovered The American Red Cross will conduct the following
First United Church of Christ, 4605 Curry Ford Road, anorectic. For more information, call Carole at classes in the training room at 110 W. Drury Ave. dur-
Orlando. The projiem will be an open discussion 932-0990. ing April, May and June:
among members and care givers concerning problems, April 21, Community CPR, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
medications, etc. Each person attending is asked to wear Celebrity golf classi April 24 and 25, Standard First Aid, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. JIM BOH M
aname tag. For more information, call Lucille Snyder at y g SS1C May 12, Standard First Aid, 8:30 am. to 5S p.m. Formerly Of
277-7457. The 1990 Celebrity Golf Classic, sponsored by the May 14 and 16, Community CPR, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Steve's Barber Sho
Osceola County Service Clubs Charity, will be held May 26, Standard First Aid, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. P
St. Cl d : May 4 and 5. The Osceola Service Clubs Charity is 3 June 5, Inimdision to Red Cross Disaster Services, Is Now At The
. oud seniors’ made up of members from Kissimmee and Kissimmee pm. to 10 pm. :
SR dance West Rotary, St. Cloud Rotary, Kissimmee Junior June 9, Standard First Aid, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. BROADWAY BARBER SHOP
The St. Cloud Senior Citizens hold a dance each Women’s Club and Kissimmee Kiwanis. Corporate June 19, Introduction to Disaster Services, Action As of April 23rd
Mond. a te EommiriLy Co Susets Gr SOnsensnies) a0 individual patron sponsorships Team Training, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Monday-Saturday, Closed Thursdays
e provided by the ings are and limited hole and cart sponsorships are June 23, Standard First Aid, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. issi
nd es are furnished. For more information, De for lesser amounts. For more information, call Reservations for the classes can be made by SL 1” E. Broadway, Downtown Kissimmee
. 933-2173. 847-2780 or by going by the office.

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to 3:00 p.m. for lunch Monday through Saturday and from 4:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
for dinner or later. However, a year ago Thi Suh was not spending as much time
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Editor's note: This restaurant directory is published
each Saturday by the News-Gazette. To correct or add
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Banana Bay Grille, International Promenade, State
Route 535 and US 192, Kissimmee, 351-1246. Hours:
Dinner Sunday through Thursday S p.m. to 10 p.m.; Fri-
day and Saturday 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. Features fresh sea-
food, coconut shrimp, conch chowder and red rice.
‘Accepts reservations, all major credit cards.

Cafe Lulu, 2959 Vineland Road, Poinciana Place
Shopping Center, corner of Irlo Bronson Highway and
State Route 535, 396-8585 or 239-0049 from Orlando.
Open seven days a week. Lunch 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Dinner 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Features French cuisine in a
setting of linen and fine china; offers seafood, beef,
chicken, lamb, homemade pastries. For lunch offers
quiches, sandwiches. Lunch price range: $1.95 t0 $7.95.
Dinner price range: $13 t0 $16.95. Accepts MasterCard,
Visa and American Express.

Fibber McGee's Restaurant, 220 E. Monument
Ave., Kissimmee, 933-2223. Hours: Monday through
Thursday 11 a.m. to midnight, and Friday and Saturday
11 a.m. to 2 a.m, serving lunch and dinner. Meal price
range: $3.95 to $12.95. Specializing in steak, veal, and
fresh seafood. Mastercard and Visa are accepted.

Havana’s Cafe, 3628 W. Vine St., Kissimmee,
846-6771. Hours: Monday through Friday, 4:30 p.m. to
11 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, noon to 11 p.m., serving
lunch and dinner. Meal price range: $5.95 to $17. Fea-
tures Cuban sandwiches, black beans and rice, soup and
seafood. All major credit cards are accepted.

Key Largo Steak & Seafood, 5770 W. Irlo Bron-
son Hwy., Kissimmee, 396-6244. Hours: Monday
through Sunday, 8 a.m. to 11 p.m., serving breakfast,
lunch and dinner. Meal price range: $7.95 to $25. Fea-
tures blackened grouper and teriyaki steak and shrimp.
There are also Italian selections. All major credit cards
are accepted. ;

Kissimmee Steak Company, 2047 E. Irlo Bron-
son Hwy., Kissimmee, 847-8050. Hours: Sunday
through Thursday, 4:30 p.m. to 10 p.m., and Friday and
Saturday, 4:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m., serving dinner. Meal
price range: $5.95 to $18.95. Features steak, seafood,
chicken and shish kebab. American Express, Visa, and
Mastercard are accepted.

Peoples’ Place, 219 Broadway, Kissimmee.
Hours: Daily from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Featuring a lunc-
heon buffet and continental dinners.

Steak and Ale Restaurant, 3405 W. Vine St.,
Kissimmee, 846-6603. Hours: Sunday 5 p.m. to 10:30
p.m., Monday through Thursday 5 p.m. to 11 p.m., and
Friday and Saturday 4:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m,, serving
dinner. Meal price range: $4.75 to $13.95. Features
steak, seafood, chicken and pasta. All major credit cards
are accepted.

Streets of London, 5770 W. Irlo Bronson High-
way, Oldtown, Kissimmee, 396-6446. Hours: 9 a.m. to
midnight seven days a week, serving breakfast, lunch
and dinner. Meal price range $4 to $9. Specializing in
English cuisine, including fish and chips and English
pies.

Sweet Basil Gourmet Dining, 1009 W. Vine St.,
Kissimmee, 846-1116. Hours: Sunday through Thurs-
day 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. and Friday and Saturday 5 p.m. to
10:30 p.m., serving dinner. Meal price range: $5.95 to
$12.95. Features lean fresh cuisine. Daily specials.
Sweet basil dishes are cooked with olive oil. All major
credit cards accepted.

Family

Bob and Marilyn’s Country Restaurant, 2301
13th St., St. Cloud, 892-6122. Hours: 5:30 a.m. to 8
p.m. Sunday; 5:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through
Saturday, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Features
a different special each night of the week ranging in
price from $3.95 10 $5.50. Everything is homemade.
Has prime rib on the weekend and catfish every day.

Calico Jack's of Kissimmee, 3501 W. Vine St.,
Kissimmee, 847-7278. Hours: Monday through Satur-
day 11:30 a.m. to 1:45 a.m.; Sunday noon to 1:45 a.m.,
serving lunch and dinner. Lunch baskets from $2.95 and
dinners from $5.95. Features seafood, steak, sandwi-
ches, salads and a raw bar. Daily oyster and liquor spe-
cials. Take out and children’s menu available. MC, Visa
and Amex accepted.

Casa Gallardo, 2809 W. Irlo Bronson Highway,
Kissimmee, 847-2244. Open seven days a week. Hours:
11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday; 11 a.m. to
11 p.m. Friday and Saturday, serving lunch and dinner
and Sunday brunch. All-you-can-eat Sunday brunch for
$7.95 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., free champagne from 1
p.m. to 2 p.m. Fajita express for $4.45 Monday through
Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dinner price range: $5.95
10 $8.95. All major credit cards accepted. Reservations
accepted.

Chi-Chi’s Mexican Restaurant, 909 W. Vine St.,
Kissimmee, 847-3830. Hours: Monday through Thurs-
day 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. to
midnight, and Sunday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., serving lunch
and dinner. Meal price range: $4 to $10. Features a
lunch buffet for $4.99 seven days a week. Specializing
in Mexican cuisine, also offers American selections.
Full bar; Happy Hour specials daily. Accepts all major
credit cards.

Clock Restaurant, 910 W. Vine St, Kissimmee,
846-7366. Hours: Open 24 hours a day, seven days a
week, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Meal price
range: $3.99 to $6.50. Features seafood, steak an
chicken. Breakfast is served 24 hours. .

C.J.’s Restaurant, 1620 13th St., St. Cloud,.
892-6228. Hours: Open 24 hours a day, but closed from
2 p.m. Sunday to 7 am. Monday, serving breakfast,
lunch and dinner. Meal price range: Approximately
$3.50. Features home cooking.

Denny’s Restaurant, 2051 E. Irlo Bronson High-
way, Kissimmee, 846-7523. Also located at 2509 W.
Vine St., Kissimmee, 846-8664, 5855 W. Irlo Bronson
Highway, Kissimmee, 396-1511 and 7631 W. Irlo

Bronson Highway, Kissimmee, 396-0757. Hours: Open

24 hours a day seven days a week, serving breakfast,

lunch and dinner. Meal price range: $1.19 10 $8. Fea-.

wres wide variety of family dining. Discovery, Master-
card and Visa accepted. :

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Duff's Famous Smorgasbord, 4118 W. Vine St.,
Kissimmee, 847-5093. Hours: Monday through Sun-
day, lunch 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.; and dinner 3:30 p.m. to
9 p.m. Meal price range: Lunch under $5, dinner under
$7. Features smorgasbord-style dining.

Fiddlers Restaurant, 1018 New York Ave., St.
Cloud, 957-5666. Hours: 5:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily.
Lunch and dinner specials daily. Breakfast served
anytime.

Fat Boy’s Bar-B-Q, 2912 13th St., St. Cloud,
892-4400. Hours: Monday through Sunday, 8 a.m. to 9
p.m. Other location at 1606 W. Vine St., Kissimmee,
847-7098. Hours: Monday through Thursday 7 a.m. to 9
p.m., Friday and Saturday 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., and Sunday
7 am. to 9 p.m. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Meal price range: $1.80 to $8.75. Featuring barbecue
ribs, chicken, steak, beef and pork. Also offers a salad
bar. Mastercard and Visa are accepted. ’

Golden Corral Family Steak House, 1712 W.
Vine St., Kissimmee, 847-7268. Hours: Sunday through
Thursday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 11
a.m. to 11 p.m., serving lunch and dinner. Meal price
range: $3.49 to $6.79. Features steak, chicken and a
70-item all-you-can-eat salad bar. Mastercard and Visa
are accepted.

International House of Pancakes, 1715 W.
Vine St., Kissimmee, 846-2311, also 5184 W. Irlo
Bronson Highway, Kissimmee, 396-1500 and 7529 W.
Irlo Bronson Highway, Kissimmee. 396-2033. Hours:
Seven days a week 6 a.m. to midnight, serving break-
fast, lunch and dinner. Meal price range: $.79 to $6.99.
Features wide menu variety.

J.J. O’'Rourke’s, 5711 W. Irlo Bronson Highway,
Kissimmee, 396-4222, extension 314. Hours: 5:30 p.m.
to 10:30 p.m. for dinner and 7 a.m. until 11 a.m. for a
breakfast buffet. Meal price range for dinner is $3.95 to
$19.95. Features nightly specials, specializing in sea-
food, steak and chicken. Children’s menu available.
Mastercard and Visa accepted.

Kettle Restaurant, 5351 Irlo Bronson Highway,
Kissimmee, 396-4510, 7777 W. Irlo Bronson Highway,
Kissimmee. Hours: Open 24 hours, seven days a week,
serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Meal price range:
$1.29 to $9.50. Features steak, chicken, seafood, salad
bar and a variety of vegetables. There is also a breakfast
and dinner buffet.

Lucy Bluz Cafe, 1707 W. Irlo Bronson Highway,
Kissimmee, 870-9111. Hours: Monday through Friday
11 a.m. to midnight; Saturday and Sunday noon to mid-

- night, serving lunch and dinner. Meal price range: $2.95

to $8.95. Serving in a 50’s cafe atmosphere with out-
door porch, served by roller skating servers. Specializes
in chicken wings. Children’s menu and take out
available.

Morrison’s Cafeteria, 3831 W. Vine St., Kissim-
mee, 846-6011. Hours: Open daily from 11 am. to 9
p.m., serving lunch and dinner. Serves traditional
Southern cooking with 15 entrees daily and 13 fresh
vegetables from which to choose. Meal price range:
$3.45 to $6.99.

Murphy’s Kokamo Kafe, 4736 W. Bronson High-
way, Kissimmee, 396-6011. Hours: Open daily from
4:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Features all-you-can eat island buf-
fet, including shrimp pasta salad, fried shrimp, scallops
fettucini, beef tips burgundy and steamship round of
beef. Price is $11.99 for adults and $5.99 for children
under 10.

Oak Street Pub and Subs, 3307 Oak St. Kissim-
mee, 933-4133. Hours: Monday through Saturday 11
a.m. to 2 p.m., Sunday 1 p.m. to 2 a.m., serving lunch
and dinner. Meal price range: $2 to $4. Features subs
and assorted finger foods. Live music Friday and Satur-
day nights.

Perkins Family Restaurant, 7451 Irlo Bronson
Highway, Kissimmee, 396-0845. Also W. Vine Street,
Kissimmee, 396-8960. Hours: Open 24 hours a day,
seven days a week, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Meal price range: $4 to $12. Features steak seafood,
chicken, burgers and salads. Mastercard and Visa
accepted.

Poinciana Golf and Raquet Club Resort, 500
E. Cypress Parkway, Poinciana, 933-4426. Hours: Open
seven days a week 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. for lunch. Dinner is
served Wednesday through Saturday from 6 p.m. to 9
p.m. A brunch is offered on Sunday. The resort is avail-
able for banquets, wedding receptions, special parties
and catering. Meal price range: $2.50 to $12.95. All
major credit cards accepted.

Ponderosa of St. Cloud, 4490 13th St., St. Cloud,
892-1800. Hours: Monday through Thursday 11 a.m. to
8 p.m.; Friday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Saturday 7 a.m. to 10
p.m.; and Sunday 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Breakfast buffet
available on the weekend from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. Meal
price range: $3 to $12. Features steak, chicken and sea-
food platters; salad, fruit and dessert bars. Has smoking
and non-smoking sections. Banquet room facilities
available. MasterCard and Visa accepted.

St. Cloud Coffee Shop, 1000 New York Ave., St.
Cloud, 892-1663. Hours: Tuesday through Friday 6
a.m. to 2 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday 7 a.m. to noon,
serving breakfast and lunch. Meal price range: $1.45 to
$4. Features sandwiches, seafood and roast beef.

Sizzler, 4006 W. Vine St., Kissimmee, 846-2900.

Hours: Open daily 11:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m., serving ,

lunch and dinner. Meal price range: $5 to $17. Features
steak, seafood, pasta and salad. All major credit cards

+ are accepted.

Sonny’s Real Pit Bar-B-Q, 4200 W. Vine St., Kis-
simmee, 847-8888. Hours: Open daily from 11 a.m. to
10 p.m., serving lunch and dinner. Meal price range: $4
to $7.50. Features beef, chicken ribs and a salad bar.
Mastercard and Visa accepted.

Tip’s Restaurant, 1314 E. Irlo Bronson Highway,
Mill Creek Mall, 933-7222. Open 10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Monday through Saturday; closed Sunday. Serves lunch
and dinner. Features 10 fresh salads including antipasto,
turkey, crab meat and tuna salad from $3.95 10 $4.25; 18
kinds of subs from $2.95 to $3.75; and dinners includ-
ing lasagne and. manicotti at $4.95 to $6.95. Has daily
specials. Nay

The Yogurt House of Kissimmee, 1990 Dart
Blvd., Ventura Downs Plaza, 348-2220. Hours: 11 a.m.
to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday; 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Friday and Saturday. Price range: $1 to $3. Specializes
in Columbo Frozen Yogurt; available in cups, cones,
pies, cakes, sundaes, shakes and banana splits. Wide

selection of toppings available. Also offers gourmet

coffee, sandwiches and fresh fruit cups. |
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| AllBaba's Shish Kebab’s, Osceola Square Mall,
Kissimmee, 870-9797. Hours: Monday through Satur-

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The News-Gazette’s guide to dining out in Osceola

day 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Featuring shish kebobs, gyros, steaks, fresh squeezed
fruit juices, beer and wine.

Arby’s Roast Beef, 5015 W. Irlo Bronson High-
way, Kissimmee, 396-0606. Hours: Sunday through
Thursday 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.; Friday and Saturday 10
a.m. to midnight, serving lunch and dinner. Meal price
range: $3 to $6. Featuring roast beef and chicken sand-
wiches, french fries and milk shakes.

Bagelsmith, Mill Creek Plaza, Kissimmee,
846-3788. Hours: Monday through Saturday 6:30 a.m.
to 5 p.m., serving breakfast and lunch. Meal price range:
$.35 to $6. Features hoagies and bagels, homemade
breads and pastries. Eat in or take out.

Bonnie Lee’s Fried Chicken, 900 13th St. St.
Cloud, 892-8318. Hours: Tuesday through Saturday
10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m., serving lunch and dinner. Meal
price range: $3. Featuring fried chicken, broiled fish
and steak sandwiches.

Burger King, 5760 W. Irlo Bronson Highway, Kis-
simmee, 396-1626, also located at 800 Vine St., Kis-
simmee, 846-7776, 12491 Vineland Rd, Lake Buena
Vista, 239-0565 and 2400 13th St., St. Cloud,
892-4333. Hours: Monday through Sunday 6 a.m. to
midnight, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Meal
price range: $3 to $5. Featuring hamburgers, chicken
sandwiches, french fries, soft drinks and milk shakes.

Burgher Master, Old Town Shopping Attraction,
5770 W. Irlo Bronson Highway, Kissimmee, 396-6218.
"Hours: Open daily from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., serving
lunch and dinner. Meal price range: $3.50. Features
charbroiled hot dogs and hamburgers, chicken and steak
sandwiches and chicken nuggets.

Dairy Queen Brazier, 2601 13th St., St. Cloud,
892-1880. Hours: Monday through Thursday 10:30
a.m. to 10:30 p.m., Friday and Saturday 10:30 a.m. to 11
p.m., Sunday 11 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. Also located at 1217
W. Vine St., Kissimmee, 846-6305. Hours: Monday
through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Sunday 12:30
p.m. to 10 p.m., serving lunch and dinner. Meal price
range: $2.50 to $3.75. Featuring chili, hamburgers, hot
dogs, ice cream and soft serve, sundaes and assorted
frozen treats.

Deli Cafe, 3831 W. Vine St., Kissimmee, 933-7770.
Hours: Monday through Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.,
Sunday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., serving breakfast, lunch and
dinner. Meal price range: $3. Specializing in reubens,
pastrami and corned beef sandwiches. Also features
salads, bagels and French and Italian pastries.

Hamburger Heaven, 1107 New York Ave., St.
Cloud, 892-3414. Hours: Monday through Friday 7 a.m.
to 4 p.m., Saturday 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., Serving breakfast,
lunch and dinner. Meal price range: $1.20 to $3.95. Fea-
tures real Idaho mashed potatoes, Amish pancakes and
home-cooked roast beef.

Hardee's Hamburger Restaurants, 1904 W.
Vine St., Kissimmee, 846-7772. Hours: Monday
through Thursday from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and
Saturday from 6 a.m. to 12 a.m. and Sunday from 7 a.m.
to 11 p.m., serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Meal
price range: $2 to $4. Features hamburgers, chicken
sandwiches, french fries and milk shakes.

The Great Pretzel Co., 5770 W. Irlo Bronson
Highway, Kissimmee, 396-4124. Hours: Monday
through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., serving lunch and
dinner. Meal price range: $.65 to $2. Features 12 diffe-
rent kinds of pretzels, also offers hot dogs and nachos.

McDonalds,7627 Irlo Bronson Highway, Kissim-
mee, 396-1536; 5725 W. Irlo Bronson Highway,
396-6465; 4758 W. Irlo Bronson Highway, Kissimmee,
396-6399; 719 W. Vine St., Kissimmee, 846-4717; and
1200 Montana Ave, St. Cloud, 396-1536. Hours: Sun-
day through Thursday 6 a.m. to 11 p.m., Friday and
Saturday 6 a.m. to 12 a.m., serving breakfast, lunch and
dinner. Meal price range: $2 to $4. Features hambur-
gers, French fries and milkshakes.

P.G.’s Subs and Wings, 1205 W. Oak St., Kis-
simmee, 847-3441. Hours: Monday through Thursday
from 10 a.m to 11 p.m., Friday and Saturday 7 a.m. to
11 p.m., and Sunday 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., serving lunch and
dinner. Meal price range: $2.50 to $3.30. Featuring
subs, buffalo wings, broasted chicken, french fries, cur-
ly fries, fried corn, salads and more. Beer and wine are
available.

Subway Sandwich Shop, 1220 W. Vine St., Kis-
simmee, 933-1483. Hours: Monday through Thursday
10 a.m. to 2 a.m., Friday through Saturday from 10 a.m.
to 3 a.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m., serving
lunch and dinner. Meal price range: $1.89 to $4.79. Fea-
tures subs, salads and freshly baked bread amd cookies.

Taco Bell, 1550 W. Vine St., Kissimmee, 847-8111.
Hours: Sunday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 12
a.m., Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 a.m., serv-
ing lunch and dinner. Meal price range: $.79 to $3.66.
Features Mexican-style fast food.

Ice Cream

Baskin Robbins Ice Cream, 1354 E. Vine St.,
Kissimmee, 847-5254. Hours: Monday through Satur-
day 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., Sunday noon to 9 p.m. Price
range: $.80 to $3. Features sundaes, sodas, banana
splits and ice cream cakes.

Carberry’s Homemade Ice Cream, 3831 W.
Vine St., Kissimmee, 933-7343. Hours: Monday
through Saturday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Sunday noon t0 6
p.m. Price range: $1 to $2.75. Features freshly made ice
cream treats and soft serve yogurt.

Chrissy'’s Old Time Ice Cream Parlor, 5770 W.
Irlo Bronson Highway, Kissimmee, 396-6440. Hours:
Open daily 10 am. to 10 p.m. Price range: Approxi-
mately $.55 to $3.50. Features sodas, shakes, home-
made cones, Belgian waffles and sandwiches.

Past Time Ice Cream, 1508 W. Vine St., in the
American Plaza, Kissimmee, 933-1764. Hours: Mon-
day through Saturday 11a.m. to 9 p.m. Price range: $.85
to $4.95. Features ice cream, sandwiches, salads, quiche
and crepes.

Italian

App’s St. Cloud Pizza & Subs, 2615 13th St. at
the corner of Louisiana Ave., St. Cloud, 892-7008.
Hours: Monday through Thursday from 10:30 a.m. to
9:30 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 11
p.m. and Sunday from 1 p.m. 10 9:30 p.m., serving lunch
and dinner. Meal price range: $2.50 to $14.50. Features
pizza, subs and Italian dishes.
Cafe Italia, 8 Doverplum Center, Poinciana,
933-5808. Hours: Tuesday through Saturday 8 a.m. to 8

_ p.m., Sunday 8 a.m.'0 5 p.m, closed Monday, serving

breakfast, lunch and dinner. Family run, featuring
authentic Italian cooking, Italian pastries and desserts.
‘Meal price range: $1.09 to $3.95.

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‘and dinner. Meal price range: $3.50

Domino’s Pizza, 1182 E. Vine St., Kissimmee,
933-5353. Also 21 W. Monument Ave., Kissimmee,
847-0505. Hours: Sunday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to
1 a.m., Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 2 a.m., serving
lunch and dinner. Meal price range: $5.62 to $14.56.
Features pizza.

Francesco Italiano Restaurant, 4920 Irlo Bron-
son Highway, Kissimmee, 396-1991. Hours: Monday
through Sunday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., serving lunch and
dinner. Meal price range: $2.95 to $13.95. Features Ita-
lian cuisine, specializing in veal, chicken, steak and sea-
food. All major credit cards accepted.

Franco’s Pizza and Italian Restaurant,1305 W.
Vine St., 846-1121. Hours: 1 p.m. to 4 a.m. seven days a
week, serving lunch and dinner. Meal price range: $3 to
$8.25. Features Italian dinners, pizza and subs. Free
delivery.

Gia-nnis Restaurant, 610 E. Vine St., Kissimmee,
846-4331. Hours: Monday through Thursday 11 a.m. to
10 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.,
serving lunch and dinner. Meal price range: $2.75 to
$9.95. Features pizza, spaghetti and other Italian dishes.
Mastercard and Visa are accepted.

Giuseppe’s Italian Restaurant, 3624 W. Vine
St., Kissimmee, 847-9938. Hours: Daily 4 p.m. to mid-
night, serving dinner. Meal price range: $4.95 to
$14.95. Features Italian cuisine, including steak, chick-
en and seafood. Visa and Mastercard are accepted.

La Forchetta Ristorante Italiano, 321 S. Bermu-
da. Ave., Kissimmee, 933-4215. Hours: Monday
through Saturday 2 p.m. to 11 p.m., serving dinner.
Meal price range: $5 to $13. Features Italian cuisine.

Le Mays Pizza, 2541 Boggy Creek Road, BVL
Shopping Plaza, 348-8000, and 4545 Pleasant Hill
Road, Poinciana, 870-2600. Hours: Sunday noon to 10
p.m.; closed Monday; Tuesday through Thursday 11
a.m. to 10 p.m.; Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Feature pizza, pasta, calzones and subs. Dine in or take
out in BVL; take out only in Poinciana. Meal price
range: $1.25 to $14.95.

Marty’s Restaurant, 2220 E. Irlo Bronson High-
way, Kissimmee, 846-7900. Hours Monday through
Thursday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday and Saturday 11 a.m.
to 10 p.m.; closed Sunday; serving lunch and dinner.
Meal price range: $2.69 to $12. Featuring pizza, subs,
buffalo wings, pasta. Delivery available in limited area.

Medina Pizzeria, 701 13th Si., St. Cloud,
892-9655. Hours: Monday through Thursday 10 a.m. to
10 p.m., Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 11 p.m., serving
lunch and dinner. Meal price range: $2 to $14.50. Fea-
tures Italian items, pizza and subs.

Olive Garden, 5021 Irlo Bronson Highway, Kis-
simmee, 396-1680. Hours: Daily 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.,
serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Meal price range:
$4.95 to $10.95. Features Italian dishes. All major cre-
dit cards are accepted. Reservations are not taken.

The Outpost, 9 Doverplum Ave., Poinciana,
933-4822. Hours: Monday through Saturday 11 a.m. to
12 a.m., serving lunch and dinner. Meal price range:
$1.50 to $12.95. Features Italian cooking, steaks, chops
and chicken.

Peloso’s Restaurant, 1709 W. Vine St., Kissim-
mee, 847-8655. Hours: Tuesday to Sunday 5 p.m. until
last person finishes eating dinner. Meal price range:
$5.50 to $10.95. Features Italian cuisine and fish. All
major credit cards are accepted.

Pizza City, 611 W. Vine St., Kissimmee, 846-1666.
Hours: Monday through Thursday 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.,
Friday and Saturday 11 p.m. to midnight and Sunday
from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m., serving lunch and dinner. Meal
price range: $1 to $6.25. Features pizza, subs and veal
dishes. Take out available.

Pizza Hut, 5740 W. Irlo Bronson Highway, Kissim-
mee, 396-2207. Hours: Sunday through Thursday from
11 a.m. to midnight, Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. to 1
a.m., serving lunch and dinner. Meal price range: $5.20
to $14.95, Features pizza and sandwiches. All major
credit cards are accepted.

Pizza Inn, 1804 W. Vine St., Kissimmee, 846-7084.
Hours: Monday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 11
p.m., Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. and
Sunday 11 p.m. to 11 p.m., serving lunch and dinner.
Meal price range: $2.85 to $14.35. Features pizza,
salads and spaghetti. Mastercard and Visa accepted.

Pizza Station, 7714 W. Irlo Bronson Highway,
Kissimmee, 396-4242. Hours: 7 a.m. to 1 p.m., serves
breakfast. Meal price range: Approximately $3.25.

Rosario’s Italian Restaurant, 4838 W. Irlo Bron-
son Highway, Kissimmee, 396-2204. Hours: Daily 7
a.m. to 11 p.m., serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Meal price range: $5.50 to $11.95. Features veal and
lasagna. All major credit cards are accepted. Closed dai-
ly 2 pm. to 4 p.m.

Schiano Pizza, Osceola Square Mall, Kissimmee,
933-5383. Hours: Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to
9 p.m. and Sunday 11 p.m. to 6 p.m., serving lunch and
dinner. Meal price range: $1.20 to $3.99. Features piz-
za, lasagna and calzones.

Venice Pizzeria and Restaurant,located in Old
Town Shopping Attraction, 5770 W. Irlo Bronson
Highway, 396-6266. Hours: Daily 11 a.m. to 12 a.m.,
serving lunch and dinner. Meal price range: $2.95 to
$9.90. Features Italian cuisine, specializing in veal and
chicken dishes. All major credit cards are accepted.

Oriental

Cheng’s Chinese Restaurant, 2511 Boggy Creek
Road, Kissimmee, 348-6833. Hours: Open seven days
from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., serving lunch and dinner.
Meal price range: $4.75 to $9.95. Features Cantonese
and Szechuan cuisine. Mastercard, American Express
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Emperor's Wok Restaurant, 1166 E. Vine St.,
Kissimmee, 847-0667. Hours: Sunday through Thurs-
day, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m; Friday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., Satur-
day, 5 p.m. to 11 p.m,, serving lunch and dinner. Meal
price range: $4.50 to $6.99 for buffet. Features a buffetat
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Five Ocean Restaurant, 1351 E. Vine St., Kissim-
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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-

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

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.

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.

Wishes granted

Central Florida Sunshine for Children is seeking a
child who could qualify to be granted “wishes” for seri-
ously ill children who reside in Osceola County.

To qualify, the illness must be life-threatening as
certified by a physician.

To receive an application, contact Gene McClain at
847-4848.

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.

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.

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
933-4217, Vianne Kelley Smith at 846-8960 or Belinda
Conner Harford at 396-6966.

TOPS

TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) No. 379 recently
celebrated its 10th anniversary. The group meets at 10
a.m. each Tuesday at the First Christian Church, 415 N.
Main St., Kissimmee. Visitors are always welcome.

Kissimmee Overcomers:

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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A toll-free domestic violence hotline is available
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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 invited to attend. For more
information, call 892-9872.

Osceola Chess Club

The Osceola County Chess Club for beginners to
advanced players meets from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sundays
at the Clock Restaurant on West Irlo Bronson Highway.
There are no fees. For more information, call 847-0065
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Osceola H.S. reunion

The Osceola High School Class of *75 will hold its
15-year reunibn Aug. 3 and 4. Assistance is needed in
locating classmates. For more information, call Myra
Cole Christian at 933-8574 or Marcia Wicker Stephens
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Coral Reefer’s Dive Club

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nesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at the Sun Bank
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Community events

Kindergarten registration

Registration for all children entering kindergarten for
the 1990-1991 school year will begin at all elementary
schools Monday, April 30. A child must be five years
old on or before Sept. 1, 1990, to enter kindergarten.
There is no early entry into kindergarten.

The following are required for kindergarten
registration:

A certified copy of the child’s birth certificate.

Proof of residence (deed, 12-month lease or voter
registration)

Driver’s license

Car tag number

Florida physical within the last year signed by a
doctor

Tuberculin test results

Updated shot record on the back of the physical or on
the blue 680 form which can be obtained from the
Osceola Health Department

All requirements must be met before the child can
enter school. Parents are encouraged to get physicals
and shots early to avoid delays in August.

Registration hours are from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Mon-
day through Friday. If you have questions or concerns,
call your local public school.

Cribbage club

The Orange Blossom Cribbage Club holds games at 7
p.m. every other Thursday at the Elks Lodge on Kings
Highway. For more information, call John Groz at
427-0519.

Square dance & workshop

A plus workshop will start April 24 for new graduates
and regular dancers at the Senior Center, 1099 Shady
Lane, near Highway 192 St. Cloud Turnpike exit. It will
be held each Tuesday from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. A square
dance will be held immediately following the workshop
from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. The callers are Jean Gaskins and
Don Gaskins. Refreshments will be served. For more
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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
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Children are welcome and encouraged to participate.
Briefings, prizes and entertainment are planned for dif-
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For a free brochure, write Kissimmee Boat-a-Cade,
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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.

Thrift Shop

The Woman’s Club of St. Cloud Thrift Shop, 1020
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noon Fridays and Saturdays. Donations of new and used
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Alligatorland Safari Zoo, 396-1012, West
Irlo Bronson Highway between Xanadu and Medieval
Times, Kissimmee. See exotic animals, including lions,
ugers, hyenas, and monkeys, on the one-mile walk-
through trail. Open 8:30 a.m. until dusk seven days a
week. Price: $5 per adult, $3.95 per child 4 to 11, child-
ren 3 and under admitted free.

Central Florida Zoo, 323-4450, 3755 U.S.
Highway 17-92 at 1-4, exit 52, Sanford. It has over 400
native and exotic animals and features weekend pony
and elephant rides and animal feeding demonstrations.
Picnic tables available. Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day
of the year except Thanksgiving and Christmas. Child-
ren 2 and under admitted free, children 3 to 12 years $2
each, adults 13 to 59 years $5, seniors $3.

Florida Audubon Society, 647-2615, 1101
Audubon Way, at the comer of South Sybelia Drive and
Audubon Way, Maitland. The Center for Birds of Prey
shelters 70 permanently injured birds; the gift shop has
environmental books, T-shirts and calendars. Center
open Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; gift
shop open Monday through Friday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and
Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Free admission.

Gatorland Zoo, 855-5496, 14501 S. Orange Blos-
som Trail (U.S. 441), Orlando. Features a wide varicty
of Florida wildlife and serves as a breeding and research
center for 5,000 alligators and crocodiles. Open daily
from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Adults $6.95, children ages 310 11
$4.95, under 3 admitted free.

Green Meadows Farm, 846-0770, one mile
north of South Orange Blossom Trail on Poinciana
Boulevard, Kissimmee. Touch the wonders of the farm
with cow milking, children’s pony rides, hay rides; pic-
nickers welcome. Guided tours begin continuously
from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Price $7 per person; group rates
available.

Reptile World Serpentarium, 892-6905, on
U.S. Highway 192 four miles east of St. Cloud. Educa-
tional exhibits of reptiles; venom production for scien-
tific purposes. Open Tuesday through Sunday 9 a.m. to
5:30 p.m. Closed Monday. Venom extraction shows 11
a.m., 2 p.m., 5 p.m. Adults $3.98, students $2.92, child-
ren 3 to 5 years $1.86, under 3 free.

Dinner shows

Arabian Nights, 396-7400, off West Bronson
Highway in Kissimmee. The show features 60 horses
and 25 actors, actresses and riders. A four-course meal

is served during the show. The show also features Liniz-
zans, Arabian horses and the chariot race from “Ben

Hur.” Show times vary; reservations suggested. Adults
$24, children 3 to 11 $16 and children under 3 are free.

Fort Liberty Wild West Dinner Show &
Trading Post, West Bronson Highway, Kissimmee,
351-5151 or 1-800-347-8181, situated in an authentic
Western fort, features Professor Gladstone and his
traveling medicine show. Four-course western-style
meal served by singing cavalry soldiers, with unlimited
beer, wine and soft drinks. Breakfast and lunch served
daily for $1.98. Explore the shops and Indian museum.
Adults $24.95; children ages 3 to 11 $16.95. Reserva-
tions are requested.

King Henry’s Feast, 351-5151 or
1-800-347-8181, 8984 International Drive, Orlando.
Non-stop entertainment in the Old English tradition fea-
tures comedy, magic, juggling and specialty acts; sing-
ing wenches serve the feast, with unlimited beer, wine
and soft drinks. Reservations requested. Adults $24.95
and children ages 3 to 11 $16.95.

Mardi Gras, 351-5151 or 1-800-347-8181, in
Mercado Mediterranean Village on International Drive.
Enjoy a four-course dinner in an international cabaret
spotlighting singers, dancers, specialty acts and a Dixie-
land jazz band. Adults $27.95, children ages 3 to 11
$19.95. Reservations requested.

Medieval Times, 396-1518, W. Irlo Bronson -

Highway, Kissimmee. A four-course dinner while
knights clash in medieval tournament games, sword
fights and jousting matches. Adults $26, children ages 3
to 12 $18. Reservations necessary.

Cartoon Museum, 273-0141, 4300 S. Semoran
Blvd., Orlando. Cartoonist’s original art; everything
that is on exhibit is for sale. Not of interest to children
under 12. Open daily 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Sunday 11 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Free.

Elvis Presley Museum, 345-9427, comer of
International and Carrier Drives in Dowdy Plaza, Orlan-
do. Features hundreds of Elvis’ personal items, includ-
ing his motorcycle, jumpsuit, furniture and jewelry;
giftshop. Open 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. Adults $4, child-
ren 7 to 12 years $3, 6 and under free.

Flying Tigers Warbird Air Museum, located

at the northwest corner of the Kissimmee Municipal
Airport, 231 Airport/Hoagland Road, 933-1942. Spe-
cializes in the display and restoration of World War II
aircraft; more than 15 combat and training aircraft along
with structure, engine propeller and armament displays.
The aircraft are flown, but on no set schedule. Open dai-
ly from 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Adults $5 plus tax; $4 for
those 60 and over and 12 and under.
Henry Shelton Sanford Memorial Library
and Museum, 520 E. First St., Sanford, 330-5698.
Holds belongings of the founder of the city and exhibits
on early history of Sanford; library includes books, pap-
ers, and magazines from the mid-1800’s. Hours 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday; 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sun-
day; closed Monday and Saturday. Free.

Holocaust Memorial Resource and Edu-
cation Center, 851 N. Maitland Ave., Maitland,
628-0555. Historical museum that presents a survey of
the process of the Holocaust; complete Holocaust
library. Open Monday through Thursday 9 a.m. to 4

Central Florida attractions

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Maitland Historical Museum, 221 W. Pack- 5 p.m
wood Ave., Maitland, 644-1364. Telephone museum; hd

photos depicting history of Maitland and the state. Open
Sunday, Tuesday and Friday 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Free.

Orange County Historical Museum, 812 E.
Rollins St., Loch Haven Park, Orlando, 898-8320. His-
tory of Orange County depicted in photos, pioneer
kitchen, turn-of-the-century furnishings, 1926 fire-
house; Braille and Spanish guidebooks to exhibits avail-
able. Open Tuesday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
Saturday and Sunday noon to 5 p.m. Free.

Osceola Center for the Arts, 2411 E. Irlo
Bronson Highway, Kissimmee, 846-6257. Community
theater, home of the Osceola Players who put on plays
from September through May, and occasionally in the
summer months; call for current play and ticket infor-
mation; gallery where local artists’ works are displayed.
The other side of the building houses the Osceola Coun-
ty Historical Museum, featuring an old general store
stocked with everything from spittoons to horseshoe
nails, also collections on loan from local residents; cur-
rently showing collections of antique fans, tiny vases
and Victorian purses. Admission free to the art gallery
and museum. Open Tuesday through Friday 10 a.m. to 5
p.m.; Saturday and Sunday 2 p.m. to S p.m.

Railroad Museum, 101 S. Boyd St., Winter Gar-
den, 656-8749. Display of railroad memorabilia housed
in restored freight depot. Open Sunday 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Free.

Seminole County Historical Museum, 300
Bush Blvd. (in the county operations center), Sanford,
321-2489. Memorabilia of Seminole County’s past,
including furnished rooms depicting a turn-of-the-
century home, railroad and steamboat items and photo-
graphs of local people and towns. Open Monday
through Friday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Labor Day to Memorial
Day open Saturday and Sunday 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Free.

Big Tree Park, General Hutchinson Parkway
between U.S. Highway 17-92 and State Road 427,
Longwood, 323-9615. Home of “The Senator,” a bald
cypress which, at 3,500 years of age and 47 feet in cir-
cumference, is one of the oldest and largest trees in the

United States; picnic facilities available. Open 8 a.m. to 1770 E. Irlo
7 p.m. Free. :

Bok Tower Gardens, three miles north of Lake Bronson
Wales off of Alternate 27, (813) 676-1408. Serene gar- Memorial Hwy.

dens and wildlife sanctuary located on the highest point
in the state; 40-minute concert at 3 p.m. daily on one of
the largest carillons in the world. Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
daily. Admission $3 age 12 and up; children under 12
free

Leu Botanical Gardens, 1730 N. Forest Ave.,
Orlando, 849-2620. A 56-acre botanical garden; on the
grounds is an early-1900’s Florida house with period
furnishings. Gardens open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily; guided
house tours Sunday and Monday 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Adults
$3, children 6 to 16 $1 and children under 6 free.

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Attractions

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shops and restaurants. Disney’s water attraction, Typ-
hoon Lagoon, is $18.55 for ages 10 and over and $14.84
for ages 3 to 9. Fort Wilderness Campground offers

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Malibu Grand Prix and Castle, 5863 Ameri-
can Way, off International Drive, Orlando, 351-7093.
Race cars, large arcade, video games, batting cages,

Kennedy Space Center’s Spaceport USA,
five miles south of Titusville, 1452-2121 or in Florida
only call 1-800-432-2153 for recorded launch informa-
tion. Space science demonstrations and exhibits free.
“The Dream is Alive” movie in IMAX Theater is $2.75
for adults and $1.75 for children 3 to 12 years; two-hour
guided bus tour of the center is $4 for adults and $1.75
for children, Scheduled to be open daily except Christ-
mas 9 a.m. to dusk, but hours are subject to change due
to launch operations.

Orlando Science Center, 810 E. Rollins St. in
Loch Haven Park, Orlando, 896-7151. Science demon-
strations, participatory exhibits, natural history collec-
tion, John Young Planetarium. Open Sunday noon to 5

: p-m., Monday through Thursday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Friday

9 am. 109 p.m, Saturday noon to 9 p.m. Adults $4, $3

- ages 4 10.17, $10 family.

Space Coast Science Center, 1510 Highland
Ave., Melbourne, 1-259-5572. Hands-on touchable
exhibits on science and technology; for the whole fami-
ly. Open Tuesday through Friday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Adults $2.25, children 3
through 17 $1.50, under 3 free, group rates available,
members admitted free.

Theme Parks

Cypress Gardens, off U.S. Highway 27 near
Winter Haven, 1-800-282-2123. Features ski shows, ice
shows and gardens. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Adults $16.95, ages 3 to 11 $11.50, under 3 free.

Sea World, at 1-4 and the Bee Line Expressway,
351-3600. The marine life park features the $13 million
Penguin Encounter, killer whales, sharks and a whale
and dolphin presentation; shows include the Legend of
Shamu, featuring the entire killer whale family along
with their newest addition, Baby Namu, a water ski
show and a laser show. Open 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Adults
$25.40, children 3 to 11 $21.15, under 3 free.

Walt Disney World, 10 miles west of Kissimmee
along 1-4, dial 934-7639 for reservations and informa-
tion. Epcot, the Magic Kingdom and Disney MGM Stu-
dios charge $32.86 per park for adults and $26.50 per
park for ages 3 to 9 for one-day tickets, $3 for parking.
Shops at the Disney Village Marketplace are stocked
with items such as country crafts, Christmas decora-

_ tions, and gourmet foods; there are also several restaur-

ants in the marketplace, including the Empress Lilly
riverboat. Pleasure Island, the nighttime entertainment
complex, includes six nightclubs as well as street enter-
tainment with a New Year’s Eve party every night and
shopping and dining establishments. The one-price
admission charge to the nightclubs is $9.95 and is in
force after 7 p.m.; there is no charge for exploring the

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campfire entertainment; features the Pioneer Hall
Hoop-Dee-Doo Revue dinner show. River Country and
Discovery Island are located in Fort Wilderness. River
Country, $12.46 for ages 10 and up and $9.81 for ages 3
to 9, features water slides, flumes, a nature trail and
white sand beaches. Discovery Island, $7.95 for ages 10
and up and $4.24 for ages 3 to 9, features nature trails
and exotic birds, animals and flowers on an 11-acre
island.

Water Activities

Ski Holidays, I-4 and State Road 535 South, Lake
Buena Vista, 239-4444, Waterski charters and lessons,
jetski, waterunncr and jetboat rentals; costs vary.

Water Mania, off I-4 at 6073 W. Irlo Bronson

Hwy., 396-2626, is a 24-acre family water theme park.

Attractions include wave pool, water slides and flumes,
maze, miniature golf, midway, beach and picnic
grounds. Hours 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Adults $14.95, child-
ren 3 to 12 $11.95, under 3 free.

Wekiva Falls Resort, Exit 51 off 1-4, about 5
miles west of Sanford, 830-9828. Waterfalls, picnic
arca, swimming, camping, boat cruises. Admittance $2
for adults, $1.75 for senior citizens, $1.50 for children 3
to 11, under 3 free. Boat cruises $5, canoeing $3 for two
hours and $7 all day. Open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.

Wet 'n Wild, 6200 International Drive, Orlando,
351-3200. A 25-acre water attraction park for all ages.
Picnicking permitted, but no glass or alcohol; gift shop
and food facility on the grounds. Adults $16.95, child-
ren 3to 12 $14.95, under 3 free. Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
daily mid-February through December.

Church Street Station, West Church Street,
Orlando, 422-2434. Entertainment complex with shops,
restaurants and nightclubs, including Rosie O’Grady’s,
Phinias Phogg’s Balloon Works and the Cheyenne
Saloon and Opera House. Open daily 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
Cover charge for nightclubs, starting at 4:30 p.m.,
$15.85 adults, $10.55 ages 4 - 12, under 3 free.

Fun ’N Wheels, 3711 W. Irlo Bronson Highway,
Kissimmee, adjacent to Osceola Square Mall,
870-2222; 6739 Sand Lake Road, Orlando, 351-5651.
Over three acres of go-karts, waterslides, bumper boats,
bumper cars, video arcade and pinball machines. Open
10 a.m. to midnight daily. Admission is free and ride
prices vary.

Lakeridge Winery and Vineyards, Cler-
mont, (904) 394-8627. Offers complimentary tours and
tasting of its Florida wines. Can accommodate groups
or individuals. Open Monday through Saturday 10 a.m.
to 6 p.m., Sunday noon to 6 p.m.

miniature golf. Open Sunday through Thursday 10 a.m.
to 11 p.m.; Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. to midnight.

Free admission.

Mystery Fun House, 5767 Major Blvd., off I-4
at exit 30B, in Florida Center, Orlando, 351-3355. Fif-
teen chambers of fun and excitement including the
topsy-turvy room and the mirror maze, plus a shooting
gallery and a giant arcade. Open 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Admission $7.38. Star Base Omega, the ultimate laser

game, $5.25.

Old Town Shopping Attraction, 5770 W. Irlo
Bronson Highway, one mile east of 1-4, 396-4888. More
than 70 specialty shops, dining and live entertainment

set in a turn-of-the-century atmosphere. Open daily, no
admission fee. Superstars Hall of Fame is here and
showcases personal items that belonged to stars includ-
ing Liberace, Elton John and Elvis. Adults $4, ages 7 -
12 $3, under 7 free. Potter Train Museum is also here
and exhibits wooden model trains. Adults $3, ages 3 to
18 and over 50 $2, age 2 and under free.

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this two and a half hour fully narrated trolley bus tour.
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St. Cloud Middle honor roll

~The following hemor roll for St. Cloud
Middle was from the second nine-week grading
period. The News-Gazettee will print the honor
roll for the third nine-week grading period as
space becomes available.

‘“A”’ Honor Roll

Sixth Grade: Priscilla Ambriz, Billie Jo Barber, Jodi
Barth, Lewis Bauknight, Melissa Bell, Natalee Berg-
horn, Sharon Brown, William Butler, Allison Davis,
Patricia Fish, Keri Fisher, Bessie Flynn, Veronica Gaf-
ner, Beth Genho, Holly Hartman, Casssandra Heid,
Peter Heinze, Jason Holmes, Broc Hutchison, Kelly
Kibler, Timothy Lee, Tammy Loper, Carrie Mac-
Kichan, Melissa McCracken, Karen Nicolson, Matthew
Outten, Tara Plew, Carrie Pullen, Crystal Simms, Lyn-
da Sweenor, Dale Wasserman, Amy Webb, Kevin
West, Trisha Wetherington, Kristi Wigal, Ronald
Wright Jr.

Seventh Grade: Gene Chen, Jeremy-Grimes, Brian

Grooms, Mary Horn, Adessa Kays, Mitchell Kent, Fai-
zeen Khandaker, Thomas Kucik, Cory Phillips, Sarah
Snyder, Virginia Squires, Jacob Waters, Traci Watkins,
Christina Yeh.

Eighth Grade: Allison Judd, Jeremiah Miller,
George Reyes, Thomas Stamer, Cynthia Starling.

“A” and “B’’ Honor Roll

Grade Six: Brian Arnold, Charles Barnett III, Heath-
er Bowser, Jacquelyn Brown, Marilyn Brown, Michael
Brown, Augusto Cardona, Westley Carroll, Craig
Chambers, Dawn Chanonhouse, Stacey Clay, Sara Col-
lier, Billie Jo Creed, Toby Cromwell, Melissa Crowder,
Jason Cullison, Shannon Drouin, Ryan Dutton, Gabriel
Faath, Priscilla Fiore, Tracy Flint, Lisa Foster, Mandi
Hansen, Margaret Harris, Lydia Hays, Jessica Helmick,
Robyn Hill, Jeremy Hiskey, Malinda Hussell, Stacey
Johnson, Holly Kellet, Zachary Kersey, Anita King,
Amy Knopp, Jackie Knopp, Jeremy Kramer, Monica

Neptune Middle honor roll

“A> Honor Roll
Sixth Grade: Britncy Beilman, Joshua Dankel, Peter
Freuler Jr., Minerva Gomez, Jeremy Kibler, Christo-
pher Kocher, Jacquelyn Seddon, Jocelyn Sessions,
Shannon Suldo, Frank Townsend.
Seventh Grade: Lisa Paliwoda, Rebecca Smythe.
Eighth Grade: Douglas Rawald.

“A” and “B” Honor Roll

Grade Six: Mclinda Allen, Kelly Anderson, Shan-
non Blandford, Richard Booth, Marvin Bussey, Chris-
topher Cannon, Danjel Charricz, Christopher Collier,
Rachael Durkin, Marisa Evans, Geoffrey Gose, Karen
Hadley, Jennifer Hively, Justin Hoover, Rachel Korner,
Benjamin Krzeminski, Tami Lundberg, Tammy
McDanel, Thomas Mochr, Tonia Moss, Lisa Peak,
Michacl Rizzo, Jennifer Roach, Ralph Stahley, Tracy
Stucky, Travis Victor, Ralph Wisco.

Seventh Grade: Terri Aldridge, Zeeshan Ansari,
Sengaroon Backham, Tripp Berlinsky, Philip Caiazzo,
Kristen Carclock, Javier Charricz, Rose Colvin, Steven

Community events

Child care information

Parents in need of information regarding child care in
any location in Florida may call 1-800-42-FORUM. At
that number parents can get directed to child care
resource and referral agencies in their area. They have
information about all licensed child care in every Flori-
da community. Parents selecting child care for the first
time, changing child care arrangements, needing care at
unusual hours or just interested in learning more can
find some answers at that number.

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.

Davis, Luis DclRio, Justin Doan, Richard Frey, Cri-
sinda Hannum, Erica Jensen, Christopher Mann, Jason
Mendro, Ximena Morales, Shante Parris, Summer Phil-
lips, Caroline Prather, Jason Rogers, Mark Smith,
Stephanie Terrico, Sherri Thomas, Aaron Todd.

Eighth Grade: Jody Alderman, Felicia Amundscn,
Cara Anderson, Renee Arasim, Natasha Azeez, Kim-
berly Baltusis, Dorothy Beckwith, John Beilman,
Rachel Carr, Gina Cianciotta, Colleen Creamer, Bryan
Deaton. Leanna Dent, Frances Diaz, Rose Dobbs, Ste-
phen DuBose, Ryan Edwards, Julius Floyd, John Had-
dock, Christopher Hallmann, Phyllis Harley, Heidi
Hartman, Derek Kaiser, Margaret Kinsella, Tanya
Kowalchek, Greg Krawczyk, Jon Latham, Jennifer
Link, Sallie Little, Jamie Marino, Scarlett McStoots,
Forrest Osborne, Desiree Politano, Julia Reilly, Michael
Smith, Bradley Swanson, Kelly Turnley, Robert Wolfe,
Gudicla Zuluaga.

Leveck, Cammy Ann Martin, Jason McWhirter, Sandi
Michalski, Luke Miller, Jamie Mitchell, Crystal Mon-
hollen, Angelita Morgan, Tara Mozroll, Amy Mul-
holland, Lisa Pace, Silivelio Pahulu, Erica Partin,
Daniel Perritte, Hector Quinones, Amanda Rentz,
Rebecca Jo Ritter, Steven Robertson, Robert Robinson
III, Amber Rowan, Erin Sallee, Krista Seymour, Tara
Shaw, Teresa Simpson, Christopher Smith, Jenneth
Smith, Maralyn Spaid, Sandra Sweeney, Teeva Sword,
Katherine Thompson, Kelly Vail, Joseph Vorachek,
Chad Wales, Christopher Webb, Lance White, Melanie
Williams, Timothy Wood, Joshua Wright.

Seventh Grade: Michael Angel, Brian Atkins,
Rachel Bailey, Mary Barberi, Sherry Berlepsch, Paula
Braxton, David Burton, Jennifer Calabria, Nathan
Campbell, Danielle Claflin, Danielle Clifton, Bobby Jo
Delano, John Dippold, Jason Drake, Joseph Fleming,
Sarah Ford, Ila Gonzalez-Brassell, Carrie Jo Hardy,
Kevin Harkema, Ruhonney Howells, Krista Jolly,
Melissa Ann Jones, Frank Judd, Hannah Kaufman, Jen-
nifer Keene, Laura Kepshire, Tara King, Jason Kritz,
Eric Lee, Michael Litvjak, Samantha Marshall, Natalie
Martin, Melinda Miller, Deanna Mitchell, Kelly Myers,
Brian Nash, Kimberly Noble, Sejal Patel, Deana Reus-
ser, Jamie Roach, Justin Rohde, Nicholas Romano,
Tommy Rose Jr., Lesli Rowe, Aileen Sevilla, Sabrina

Snyder, Ashli Straight, Jason Strickland, Sue Stultz,

Seth Thompson, Leslie Williams, Ryan Williams.

Eighth Grade: Ryan Asher, Andrew Carstensen,
George Coffey III, Robert Crisp, Chanda Davis, Tanya
Eaton, Steffanie Fields, Stephanie Fowkes, Michael
Genho, Jessica Greer, Christina Hensel, Edward Itur-
buru, Samantha Johns, Crristal Jolly, Lani Kusko,
Robert Landram II, Jo Marie Litvjak, Mary Lloyd,
Christina Marshall, Courtney Maxson, John McCom-
mon, Alison Mclntire, Stephanie McMullen, Jennifer
Miles, Rhonda Pratt, Stephanie Raver, Tara Roth, Lisa
Rowe, Dana Smith, Teresa Smith, Donald Spaid,
Suzanne Strohlein, Daniel Sunnycalb, Jennifer Van-
Horn, Billie Jo Weidman, Keith Wést, John White,
Robert Wood.

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Religion

Editor's note: This church directory is published
each Saturday by the News-Gazette. To correct or add
any information, or add any new listing, contact Barba-
ra Olson at the News-Gazette, 846-7600. The News-
Gazette accepts notices of special events or any other
activities at churches. The deadline for those items is 5
p.m. Wednesday. The information may be mailed to the
News-Gazette, P.O. Box 2068, Kissimmee, Fla., 32742.
It may also be dropped off at the News-Gazette’s Kis-
simmee office on Church Street, across from Kissim-
mee City Hall or at the St. Cloud office, 1109 10th St.,
between 8 am. and noon and 1 p.m. and 4 p.m.

Anglican
‘Holy Spirit Anglican Church
. Meets at 2200 E. Irlo Bronson Highway, near Florida
» Tunpike exit 244, at entrance to Kmart Shopping Pla-
+ za. Sunday church school for boys and girls begins at 10
+ a.m. “Learning our Liturgy” and stations of the cross at
: 10 a.m. Holy Eucharist at 10:30 a.m. Nursery provided
, beginning at 10 a.m. Adult confirmation study Sundays
~at7 p.m., home Bible study and “Sharing Jesus” groups
on Wednesday and other evenings. For more informa-
tion, call 847-8083.

St. Francis Anglican Catholic Church

It’s located at 4309 Neptune Road, St. Cloud,
1-855-6677 or 892-0572. Traditional Anglican service
using the 1928 Prayer Book. Holy Eucharist, Sunday
school and nursery are on Sunday at 9:30 a.m. Wednes-
day services are at 7 p.m.

Assemblies of God
Assembly of God Church

It’s located at 1406 Eastern Ave., St. Cloud,
892-5656, and has Sunday school at 9:30 a.m., morning
worship at 10:30 a.m. and the evening service at 6 p.m.
On Wednesday there is a service at 7 p.m. The women’s
ministry meets the first Tuesday at 10 a.m. and the third
Thursday at 7 p.m.

Calvary Assembly of God

It’s located at 711 N. Thacker Ave., 847-5673. Sun-
day school begins at 9:30 a.m. followed by morning
worship at 10:30 a.m. There is also a children’s worship
service held at 10:30 a.m. Evening worship is held at 6
p.m.

First Spanish Assembly of God

It’s located at 1006 Thacker Ave., Kissimmee,
870-9191. Sunday school starts at 10:30 a.m. Worship
is at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday service is at 7:30 p.m. Friday
prayer service is at 7:30 p.m.

First Spanish Church of Poinciana

Services are at the Poinciana Community Center.
Sunday worship service begins at 12:30 p.m. Midweek
services are at 7:30 p.m. the first, second and fourth
Wednesday of each month and at 8 p.m. the third Thurs-
day of each month.

Osceola New Life Assembly of God
It’s located at 2269 Partin Settlement Road, between
Kissimmee and St. Cloud. 847-8222. Sunday school for
all ages is at 9:30 a.m. Morning worship is at 10:30 a.m.
Children’s worship and nursery at 10:30 a.m. Praise and
worship at 6 p.m. Wednesday is family night with adult
: Bible study, youth, Missionettes and Royal Rangers at 7
“gm.

Baptist

Bible Baptist Church

It’s located at 1500 E. Vine St., Kissimmee,
847-4087. Sunday school starts at 9:45 a.m., morning
worship follows at 10:45 a.m. The evening service
starts at 7 p.m. Each Wednesday there is Bible study at

. 7:30 p.m.
. Community Baptist Church

It’s located at the comer of Deer Run Road and Edsel
Avenue, St. Cloud Manor, 892-4010. Sunday school is
at 9 a.m., morning worship at 10 a.m. and evening wor-
ship at 7 p.m. Young People’s Fellowship at 6 p.m.

- Tuesday. Wednesday prayer meeting and Bible study at
7 p.m.
Cornerstone Baptist Church

Services are held at Lakeview Elementary School,
corner of Sth Street and Columbia Avenue, St. Cloud.
- Bible study is at 9 a.m., moming worship at 10:15 a.m.
© and evening workshop at 6:30 p.m. For more informa-
: tion, call 957-5339 or 892-3300.
: Eastern Ave Missionary Baptist Church
It*s located on Eastern Avenue between 10th and
11th streets in St. Cloud, 892-4644. Sunday school
begins at 10 a.m. and moming worship is at 11 am.
Sunday evening service is at 6 p.m. The Wednesday ser-

% vice is at 7:30 p.m.
* Faith Baptist Church of Kissimmee

It’s located at 1990 Neptune Road, Kissimmee,
846-0157. Sunday school is at 9:45 a.m. Morning wor-
ship is held at 11 a.m. Sunday evening there is a song
service with testimonies and preaching at 6:30 p.m.
Teen ministry held at 6:30 p.m. Sunday. Wednesday
evening there is a prayer meeting at 7 p.m. AWANA
children and teen ministry for 3 to 18 year-olds is held
from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesdays.

First Baptist Church of Campbell City

It’s located on Lime Street in Campbell City. Sunday
school is at 10 a.m., Sunday morning service at 11 a.m.
and Sunday evening service at 7 p.m.; Wednesday pray-

er meeting at 7:30 p.m.

First Baptist Church of Kissimmee
It’s located at 1700 N. Bermuda Ave., Kissimmee,

847-3138. Bible study is at 9:30 a.m. and morning wor-
ship is at 11 a.m. There is church training at 6 p.m. Sun-
day evening and worship at 7 p.m. Wednesday prayer
meeting is at 7 hn ts oh St. Cload
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Ai Pan 1717 13th St., St. Cloud, 892-7125.
Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Sunday school is at 9:30 a.m.; Sunday mom-
ing worship is at 10:50 a.m. Church training is at 5:45
p.m, and evening worship at oo p-m.
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free Wi | 2p east off North Orange Blossom
Trail, one block north of Carroll Street. Sunday school
is at 10 a.m, the worship service is at 11 a.m. and Sun-
‘day evening worship is at 6 p.m. Prayer meeting is held
‘at 7 p.m. Wednesday.

tist Church ;
[Gateway Baptit Partin Settlement Road, Kissim-

mee, 846-8595. Sunday school is at 9:45 a.m, worship
,at 11 a.m. and the evening service at 6:30 p.m. There is
‘a Wednesday service at / p.m.
Holopaw Baptist Church
"It’s located in Holopaw, east of St. Cloud, 892-1285.

EPR Pr YO

Sunday school is at 9:45 a.m. and morning worship is at
11 a.m. The evening service begins at 6 p.m. with
church training followed by a worship service at 7 p.m.
There is a prayer service each Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
Hope Baptist Church
eets at Parkway Middle School, Florida Parkway at

Buttonwood Drive, BVL. Sunday worship service,
nursery, preschool and children’s classes 10 a.m. to 11
a.m. Presently meets for Bible study Mondays from
7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at 186 E. Cedarwood Circle;
childcare provided. For more information, call
847-3138 or 240-8498. :
Lockhaven Baptist Church

It’s located at 14246 Boggy Creek Road, 847-5192 or
851-5420. Sunday school is at 10 a.m. and morning
worship at 11 a.m. The Wednesday service is at 7:30
p.m. The church also offers services in Spanish. Sunday
school is at 10 a.m., an evening service at 7 p.m., and
Bible study on Wednesdays at 7 p.m. A youth program
called B.A.S.I.C. meets at various times throughout the
month.
Narcoossee Baptist Church

It’s located along State Road 15, Narcoossee. Sunday
school is at 9:30 a.m., morning worship at 10:45 a.m.
and evening worship at 7 p.m. Prayer service each Wed-
nesday at 7:30 p.m.

Neptune Road Baptist Church

It’s located at 1620 Neptune Road, Kissimmee,
847-8174. Sunday school is at 9:45 a.m. and the morn-
ing service at 11 a.m. Church training begins at 6 p.m.
followed by the evening worship service at 7 p.m. There
is a Wednesday prayer service at 7 p.m.

North Kissimmee Baptist Church

It’s located at 425 W. Donegan Ave., Kissimmee,
846-1427 or 847-5372. Moming worship begins at 11
a.m. Church training is at 6 p.m. with evening worship
following at 7 p.m. There is Bible study each Wednes-
day at 7 p.m.

Osceola Baptist Church

It’s located at 1700 E. Irlo Bronson Highway,
847-3732. Sunday school is held at 9:15 a.m. and wor-
ship service is at 10:30 a.m. There is a Wednesday
evening service at 7 p.m. Monday evening Youth Alive
meets at 7:07 p.m. at 4387 Rummel Road, St. Cloud.
The children’s choir meets at 6:15 p.m. Care groups for
adults meet in homes Sundays at 6:30 p.m. AWANA
meets at 6:30 p.m. Fridays at the church. The singles
group meets Fridays at 7:30 p.m. at 207 Indiana Ave.,
St. Cloud.

Poinciana Baptist Church

It’s located at 601 Walnut St., Poinciana, 427-0405.
Sunday school for all ages begins at 9:30 a.m., followed
by moming worship and junior church at 10:30 a.m. On
Sunday evenings at 7 p.m. there is a worship service at

- the Merry-D-Campground on Pleasant Hill Road. Each

Wednesday at the church, there is Bible study and a
prayer meeting at 7 p.m. followed by adult choir rehear-
sal at 8:30 p.m. For bus service, call 427-1303 or
427-0405.
St. Cloud Missionary Baptist Church

It’s located at 900 Alabama Ave., St. Cloud,
892-3444. Sunday school begins at 10 a.m. and Sunday
morning worship is at 11 a.m.; the Sunday evening ser-
vice is at 7 p.m. The Wednesday service is at 7:30 p.m.
St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church

It’s located at 400 E. Columbia St., Kissimmee,
847-8348. Sunday school starts at 9:30 a.m., followed
by morning worship at 10:45 a.m. The evening service
is at 6 p.m. The Baptist Training Union and a Bible
study group meet Tuesday at 7:f30 p.m. A prayer ser-
vice is held each Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church

It’s located at 602 Bermuda Ave., Kissimmee,
846-0544. Sunday school begins at 9:30 a.m. and morn-

_ ing worship at 11 a.m. Bible training begins at 4 p.m.

and evening worship at 5 p.m. Bible study is held each
Monday at 7:30 p.m. Prayer meetings are at 7 p.m. on
Thursdays.

Victory Baptist Church

It’s located off U.S. Highway 17-92 at Immokalee
Avenue, Intercession City. Sunday school starts at 10
a.m. with morning worship following at 11 a.m. Prayer
bands for men and women start at 6:30 p.m. and the
evening service begins at 7 p.m. There is a service every
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. The ladies’ auxiliary meets the
last Monday of each month.

Vintage Street Baptist Church

It’s located at 1730 Vintage St., Campbell City,
933-4888. Sunday school begins at 10 a.m., followed by
morning worship at 11 a.m.; Sunday evening worship is
at 7 p.m. The Wednesday service is at 7 p.m.

Bible Church
Fellowship Bible Church

It’s meeting at the St. Cloud Seventh Day Adventist
Church, 33 E. 10th St. Sunday mornings: Bible teaching
at 9:30 a.m., worship service at 10:45 a.m. Ladies week-
ly Bible study meets Wednesday at 9:45 a.m. Mid-week
Bible study meets Thursday at 7 p.m. For more informa-
tion, call 892-7754 or 892-7755.

Kissimmee Bible Church

It’s located at 1701 S. Poinciana Blvd., Poinciana,
933-4500. Sunday worship at 9:45 a.m. and Sunday
school at 11 a.m. Wednesday evening prayer service
and Junior Varsity are 7 p.m. Senior Varsity is Thursday
at 7:30 p.m.

Osceola Community Bible Church

It’s located at the:‘Orange Gardens Community Build-
ing at 1114 N. George St., Kissimmee, 933-0986. Wor-
ship at 9 a.m., followed by Sunday school at 10:30 a.m.
There is an evening service at 6:30 p.m. and a Wednes-
day evening service at 7 p.m. oh

Catholic :
Holy Redeemer Catholic Church

It’s located at 1603 N. Thacker Ave., Kissimmee,
847-2500. Daily Mass is held at 7:30 a.m. and 9 a.m.
Monday through Friday. Saturday Mass is at 9 a.m. and
6 p.m. Sunday Mass is at 7:30 a.m., 8:45 a.m., 10:30
a.m. and noon. There is a Spanish Mass Saturday even-
ing at 7:15 p.m. Confessions will be heard Saturdays
from 11 a.m. to noon or by appointment.
St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church

It’s located at Brown Chapel and Neptune roads at
the intersection of 13th Street, St. Cloud, 957-4495.

‘Mass is celebrated Monday at 7 a.m.; Tuesday and

Thursday at 9 a.m.; Wednesday at 7 p.m.; Friday at 11
a.m,; Saturday at 4 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.; and Sunday at
8:30 a.m., 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Confessions: 30
minutes before each Mass.

Christian
Alliance Church of Kissimmee

It’s located at 1485 Mill Slough Road, Kissimmee,
846-1959. Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. Morning worship
is at 10:45 a.m. The evening Bible hour Sunday is at 6
p.m. Wednesday evening Bible study and prayer service
is at 7 p.m. and youth fellowship at 7 p.m.

Church of God

It’s located at 501 Dakota Ave., St. Cloud, 892-3838.
Sunday school begins at 10 a.m., followed by worship
at 11 a.m. The Sunday evening service is at 6 p.m. The
Wednesday evening service starts at 7 p.m.
Church of God — Living Waters

It’s located at 1001 Carroll St., Kissimmee,
847-6387. Sunday school meets at 10 a.m., followed by
the moming worship at 11 a.m. The evening worship
service is at 6 p.m. The Wednesday service is at 7:30
p.m.

Cypress Pathway Church of God

It’s located off U.S. Highway 17-92 in Intercession
City, 933-4803. Sunday school is at 10 a.m. and morn-
ing worship at 11 a.m. The evening worship service is
held at 6:30 p.m. Prayer meetings are held at 7 p.m.
Tuesday and Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. is family
training hour.

First Christian Church

It’s located at 415 N. Main St., Kissimmee,
847-2543. Sunday worship is at 8:30 a.m. and 10:50
a.m. Bible school is at 9:40 a.m. Youth groups at 5:30
p.m. and evening worship at 6:30 p.m. A family meal is
at 5:45 p.m. on Wednesday with graded choirs, drama
group and adult Bible study meeting at 7 p.m.

First Christian Church

It’s located at 1122 Kentucky Ave., St. Cloud,
892-5511. Sunday school is at 9:45 a.m. Sunday mom-
ing worship services are at 8:30 a.m. and 10:45 a.m.
Evening service is at 7 p.m.

First Church of God

It’s located at 1904 N. Michigan Ave., Kissimmee,
847-3500. Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. and moming
worship at 10:45 a.m. At 5:15 p.m. the choir meets to
rehearse followed by 6 p.m. worship. The Wednesday
prayer, praise and Bible study begins at 7 p.m. The
youth also meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday.

Fortune Road Church of Christ

It’s located at 2461 Fortune Rd., Kissimmee,
348-0300 or 933-8727. Sunday morning Bible study
starts at 9:30 a.m. with worship following at 10:30 a.m.
The evening service is at 6. p.m. and there is a Bible
class each Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. All ages are
welcome to the Bible and Sunday school classes.
Hispanic Christian Ministry

It meets at the First Christian Church Chapel, 415 N.
Main St., Kissimmee, 348-2276. The Sunday service
starts at 8 p.m. Study of the Bible is on Thursday at 7:30
p.m. Services are in Spanish.

Inglesia Alianza Central

It’s a Christian Missionary Alliance church holding
service at 1600 Mabbette St., Kissimmee, 846-3061 or
352-7876. Children’s Sunday school and worship ser-
vice starts at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday service is at 7:30
p.m. There are services for children, youth, men and
women the first and third Fridays at 7:30 p.m. There is a
prayer service at 9 a.m. each Saturday.
Kissimmee Church of God in Christ

It’s located at 614 Dolphin St., Kissimmee. Sunday
school is at 10 a.m., followed by moming worship at
11:15 a.m. There is a Tuesday service at 7:30 p.m;
Thursday prayer and Bible study at 7:30 p.m.; and a Fri-
day service at 7:30 p.m.

New Covenant Church of God

It meets in Rebekah Lodge, comer of Jackson and
Old Dixie Highway, 892-8883. The Sunday morning
service is at 10:30 a.m.; Sunday evening service is at
6:30 p.m.; Thursday night Bible study is at 7 p.m.
Northeast Christian Church

It’s located at Florida Christian College, 1011 Osceo-
la Boulevard, Kissimmee, 870-0520. Bible school
meets at 9 a.m., worship is at 10 a.m., and the evening
service is at 6:30 p.ra. The Wednesday service is at 7
p.m.

Pleasant Hill God's Missionary Church

It’s located at 3311 Oberry Road, Kissimmee,
847-5024, Sunday school starts at 9:45 a.m., followed
by morning worship at 10:45 a.m. Evening worship is at
7 p.m. There is a Wednesday evening service at 7 p.m.
Poinciana Christian Church

It’s located at 4900 Pleasant Hill Road, corner of
Pleasant Hill Road and Doverplum, 870-9700. Sunday
school is at 9:40 a.m. with worship services at 8:30 a.m.,
10:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Sunday. Senior and junior
high youth activities at 7:45 p.m. Sunday. Bible study
and primary youth activities at 7 p.m; Wednesday.

Church of Jesus Christ

of Latter-Day Saints
The Ellsworth Ward

It’s located at East Bronson Highway at Deer Park,
east of St. Cloud, 892-3792. Sacrament meeting begins
at 9 a.m. followed by Sunday school at 10 a.m.
Kissimmee Ward

It’s located at 1900 N. Bermuda Ave., Kissimmee,
847-3230. Sacrament meeting starts at 9 a.m. followed
by Sunday school at 10:10 a.m. Relief society/
priesthood meets at 11 a.m. Women’s meeting every
third Wednesday at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. High school
seminary every school morning at 6:15 a.m. Youth
meeting each Thurday at 7 p.m.
St. Cloud Ward

It’s located at 1900 N. Bermuda Ave., Kissimmee,
847-3230. Sacrament meeting starts at 1 p.m. followed
by Sunday school at 2:10 p.m. Relief society/priesthood
meets at 3 p.m. Youth activities are at 7 p.m. each Tues-
day. The women’s auxiliary is 7 p.m.
Christian Science
Christian Science Society of St. Cloud

It’s located at 1102 Minnesota Ave., St. Cloud,

892-4194. Sunday school and the morning church ser-

vice is held at 10:30 a.m, There is a meeting the first
Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p.m.

First Church of Christ, Scientist

It’s located at 317 Randolph Ave., Kissimmee,
846-0683. The Sunday service and Sunday school for
students up to 20 years start at 11 a.m. The Wednesday
evening meeting with testimonial time begins at 7:30
p..m. and is open to the public. There is a reading room

where literature can be read, borrowed or purchased at
the church from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Mondays and Fri-
days, except on holidays.
Episcopal
St. John's Episcopal Church
It’s located at 1709 N. Bermuda Ave., two blocks
north of East Bronson Highway, 847-2009. Holy Euch-
arist, Rite 1 at 8 a.m. Sunday school for boys and girls at
9:15 a.m., Family Eucharist Rite II at 10:15 a.m.
Nursery is provided for Sunday 10 a.m. service.
St. Luke & St. Peter Episcopal Church
It’s located at 813 10th St, St. Cloud, 892-3227.
Holy Eucharist Sunday at 8 a.m. and 10:15 a.m. with a
nursery provided; Bible study at 9:15 a.m. Wednesday
Holy Eucharist and Bible study at 6 p.m.

Interdenominational
Abundant Harvest Church
It’s located at 1219 North Ingram St., which runs

_ south off Vine Street, one block east of the railroad

crossing in Kissimmee. Sunday moming worship is at
10:30 a.m. There is a service at 6:30 p.m. Sunday even-
ing. For more infomation call 396-2875.
Grace Fellowship Church

Sunday services are held at the Poinciana Communi-
ty Center starting at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday evening
prayer and Bible study begins at 7:30 p.m. and is pre-
sently being held in the homes of various parishioners.
For more information about the church, the nursing
home ministry or the prison ministry, call 870-9268.
Heartland Worship Center

It’s located at 2875 East Irlo Bronson Highway, two
miles east of Florida Turnpike Exit 65 in Kissimmee,
847-9397. Sunday services at 8 a.m., 9:30 a.m. and 11
a.m. There is a praise celebration at 6:30 p.m. Sunday
evening. Each Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. there is family
night Bible teaching.
Osceola Christian Center

It’s meeting in the conference room of Howard John-
son’s at the Florida Turnpike entrance, 348-6400 or
957-5188. Sunday morning worship at 10:30 a.m.
Home group meetings during the week are announced
at Sunday meeting.

Jewish
Congregation Shalom Aleichem

It meets at the Kissimmee Woman's Club, 1616 W.
Oak St., Kissimmee, 348-5194. Services are at 8 p.m.
the first and third Friday of each month. Oneg Shabbat
follows services. Sunday school classes for children are
held every Sunday from 9:45 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Sec-.
urity National Bank, 100 Park Place Blvd., Kissimmee.
For more information on the Sunday school classes, call
870-2502.

Lutheran
Grace Lutheran Church

It’s located at 1123 Louisiana Ave., St. Cloud,
892-4653. Worship services Saturday at 6:30 p.m. and
Sunday at 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. Sunday school begins
at 9:45 a.m.
Trinity Lutheran Church

It’s located at 3016 W. Vine St., Kissimmee,
847-4204. Worship services at 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m.
Sunday school for all ages at 9:45 a.m. Christian day
school for children age three through grade five. Fel-
lowship groups for elementary school youth through
senior citizens.

Methodist
Evangelical Methodist Church
of Osceola County

It’s located at 1215 Hickory Tree Road (North) in St.
Cloud, 892-1668 or 892-3818. Sunday school starts at
10 a.m. and moming worship is at 11 a.m. The evening
service is at 6 p.m. There is a prayer and Bible study
meeting each Wednesday evening at 7 p.m.
Free Methodist Church

It’s located at 1701 N. Thacker Ave., Kissimmee,
847-4528. Sunday school is held at 9:45 a.m. followed
by moming worship at 11 a.m. The evening Vespers
service begins at 6 p.m. There is a midweek service on
Wednesday evening at 7 p.m.

First United Methodist

It’s located at the corner of Church Street and Dakin
Avenue, Kissimmee, 847-3700. Sunday worship ser-
vices are at 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. The Sunday morning
coffee hour is at 9:30 a.m. A Spanish-speaking service
is held every Sunday at 7 p.m. in the chapel. A nursery
is provided for all services and programs. The United
Methodist Youth Fellowship meets Sunday evenings
beginning with choir at 5 p.m., snack supper at 6 p.m.
and program and activities from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Wednes-
day fellowship supper is from 5:45 to 6:30 p.m.; child-
ren’s choirs 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.; fellowship program 6:30
to 7:30 p.m. Chancel choir at 7:30 p.m. A broadly
graded choir program is available for ages 3 years
through adults.

Mision Metodista Unida Hispana

It’s located at the comer of Sproule and Mitchell
streets in Kissimmee, 1-273-6703. Its services are Sun-
day, from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. It is the Spanish mission of
the First United Methodist of Kissimmee. Wednesday
services are held at homes.

St. Cloud United Methodist

It’s located at 1025 10th St., St. Cloud, 892-3128.
Sunday school begins at 9:40 a.m. The worship services
are at 8:30 and 11 a.m. Sunday evening the United
Methodist Youth Fellowship for junior high school ages
meets at 5 p.m. An evening worship service is at 7 p.m.
Sunday. Bible study is held every Wednesday evening
at 6:45 p.m. in the fellowship room. Senior high age
youth meet at 7 p.m. Thursday. i
Shingle Creek United Methodist Church

It’s located at 2420 Old Vineland Road, Kissimmee,
396-6364. There is Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. and
moming worship at 10:30 a.m. each Sunday.

Nazarene

Kissimmee Community Church

of the Nazarene

It’s located at 2361 Fortune Road, Kissimmee,

348-9795. Sunday school is at 9:30 a.m.; morning wor-
ship at 10:30 a.m; evening worship at 6 p.m.; and Wed-
_nesday prayer meeting and teen night is at 7:30 p.m.
Kissimmee First Church of the Nazarene

It’s located at 1550 Mill Slough Road, Kissimmee,
847-5510. Sunday school is at 9:45 a.m. followed by

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morning worship at 10:45. The evening worship service
begins at 6 p.m. There is a youth hour at 5 p.m. each
Sunday evening. Wednesday there is a midweek service
at 7 p.m. Caravan (Christian Scouting) is held Wednes-
day from 7 to 8 p.m. for grades first through eighth.
St. Cloud Church of the Nazarene

It’s located at Michigan Avenue, St. Cloud,
892-1682. Sunday school is at 9:45 a.m. and morning
worship at 10:45 a.m. The evening service starts at 7
p-m. Prayer meetings each Wednesday evening are at 7
p.m.

Non-Denominational
Church of Christ

Located at 9th Street and Florida Avenue, St. Cloud,
892-9339 or 892-4185. Sunday worship is at 11 a.m.
and 6 p.m; Sunday Bible study is at 10 a.m. Wednesday
Bible study is at 7:30 p.m.

New Light Chapel

It’s located at 123 Broadway, Kissimmee. For more
information, call 846-6811.

Pentecostal
Iglesia de Cristo Misionera, M.I.

It’s located at 1013 Dakota Ave., behind Ross Jef-
fries School, St. Cloud, 957-3950. All services are held
in Spanish. Sunday school is at 10 a.m., evening service
at 6:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays services are at
7:30 p.m.

Iglesia de Dios Pentecostal, M.I.

It’s located at 1320 W. Bryan St., Kissimmee,
933-1118. Sunday school (English and Spanish) is at
10:30 a.m. and Sunday evening worship is at 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday prayer service is at 7:30 p.m. and Thursday
worship is at 7:30 p.m. Friday service at 7:30 p.m. in
English.

Iglesia Pentecostal de Jesucristo

It is located at 2919 Old Dixie Highway, Kissimmee,
846-8531. Services are Wednesdays, Fridays and Sun-
days at 7:30 p.m. Services are in Spanish.

Iglesia Pentecostal
Roca de Salvacion

Meets at 1240 S. Bermuda Ave., Kissimmee,
427-2103. All services are held in Spanish. Sunday
school is at 10 a.m.; the Sunday worship service is at 6
p.m. Services on Tuesdays and Thursdays are at 7:30
p.m.

Poinciana Pentecostal Church
of God in Christ

It meets in the Community Center for Sunday school
at 11:45 a.m,, followed by the morning service at 12:30
p.m. Bible and prayer meetings are in the homes of
members of the congregation at 7 p.m. Wednesdays.
For miore information, call 427-0185.
Pentecostal Nazarene Church

It has Spanish services and is located at 1320 W.
Bryan St., Kissimmee, 813-427-0271. Sunday services
at6 p.m., Wednesday services at 7:30 p.m. and Friday at
7:30 p.m.

United Pentecostal

It’s located at 1557 Mill Slough Road, Kissimmee,
847-9141. Sunday school is at 10 a.m. and worship fol-
lowing at 11:15 a.m. A Bible study is held Thursdays at
7:30 p.m.

United Pentecostal Church of St. Cloud

It’s located at 1111 Kentucky Ave., St. Cloud,
957-4393. Sunday moming service is at 10 a.m. Sunday
evening prayer is at 6:30 p.m., with worship following
at 7 p.m. There is a Wednesday evening Bible study at
7:30 p.m. An in-home Bible study is also being offered.

Presbyterian
First Presbyterian Church

It’s located at 15 W. Church Street, Kissimmee,
847-2807. The first Sunday worship service is at 9 a.m.;
Sunday school classes for all ages at 10 a.m.; the second
worship service and a junior church program are at 11
a.m.; a nursery is available for both worship services.
Youth choir rehearsal is Sunday evening at 5:30 p.m.
followed by youth fellowship at 6:30 p.m.

Seventh-Day Adventist
Kissimmee Seventh-Day Adventist
Church

It’s located at 2427 Fortune Road, Kissimmee,
348-0066 or 348-7790. Sabbath school begins each
Saturday at 9:45 a.m., followed by moming worship at
11:15 a.m. There is a prayer meeting Wednesday even-
ing at 7 p.m. The Pathfinder youth group meets Tuesday
at 6:30 p.m.

Shuler St. Cloud
Seventh-Day Adventist Church

It’s located at 33 E. 10th St., St. Cloud, 892-7800 or
348-7790. Sabbath school begins each Saturday at 9
a.m., followed by worship at 10:15 a.m. There is a pray-
er meeting each Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.m.

United Church of Christ
Emmanuel United Church of Christ

It meets at the Osceola Stadium Clubhouse in Kis-
simmee. Sunday worship service at 10:30 a.m.; fellow-

ship hour at 11:30 a.m. For more information, call
1-240-3858.

Wesleyan
Morrison Memorial Wesleyan Church

It’s located on Tallahassee Boulevard, Intercession
City, 933-5226. Sunday school starts at 9:45 a.m. Morn-
ing worship is at 10:45 a.m. Youth meet at 6:30 p.m.
Evening service is at 7 p.m. Wednesday evening prayer
meeting starts at 7:30 p.m.

Abby

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although I love them both equally, my heart goes out to
the one with the problem.

It’s difficult to find a card that expresses exactly how

I feel. Most cards say, “I’m so proud of you,” etc. Abby,

please print this so the greeting people will take notice.

Oregon Mother

Dear Mother: Must it be a store-bought card? A
handwritten note could say it all in four words, “I love
you, son.”

Dear Abby: I appreciated your letter conceming the
minister’s fee for performing a marriage ceremony. As
a minister, I am well aware of this situation. I work for
15 to 20 hours on each marriage I perform, for which I
am usually given about $20.

You said, “A minister cannot have his suit cleaned
and pressed, get a haircut, and pay for his car gassed up
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You could have said, “She can’t get her dress cleaned
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Obituaries

RITCHEY — Helen C.
Ritchey, 82, of 1412-13
Westgate Drive, Kissim-
mee, died April 16.

Born in Verona, Pa., she
moved to Kissimmee from
Emporium, Pa., in 1989.
She was a retired owner of
a beauty ship in Pennsyl-
vania; a member of the
Emporium Presbyterian
Church, Emporium, Pa.; a
life member of the Beu-
kendaal Chapter No. 635,

Order of the Eastern Star, |

Scotia, N.Y., and was a
member of the American
Association of Retired Per-
sons.

Survivors include her
husband, Clifford “Val”;
son, Paul, Scotia, N.Y..;
daughter, Ann Gray, Lake
Havasu City, Ariz.; sister,
Jessie Shoemaker, Verona,
Pa.; and four grandchil-
dren.

times to the church in order to help this couple begin
their life together,” etc.

Abby, 50 percent of the students of the United
Methodist seminaries today are women. I know. I was

one of them.
The Rev. Lin Jennewein

McCook Lake, S.D.

Dear Lin Jennewein: Forgive me. When I hear
“minister,” I'm programmed to think “male”!

Dear Abby: The letters I see printed in your column
are remarkably well-written — brief, concise and to the
point. Are they edited and/or rewritten by you or your
staff?

I find it rather difficult to believe that so many people
can, or are able to, write such well-composed letters.
Please set me straight.

Jessica W. Ley,
Melford, Pa.

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(EERE ERERRRRRRRRRERER

Born in Corry, Pa., he
had spent the last 13 win-
ters in St. Cloud, coming
here from Millcreek
Township, Pa. He was a
post office supervisor with
the U.S. Government; a
member of NALC
NAEDE, Westlake Volun-
tecr Fire Department, Im-
manuel Lutheran Church,
and the Erie Sportsman’s
Club.

Survivors include his
wife, Norrine; sons, Dr.
James R., Chapel Hill,
N.C., Edward M., Mill-
creck Township, Pa.;
daughter, Judith Bashforth,
Toledo, Ohio; sisters, Edna
Haner and Alma Shearer,
Corry, Pa.; and nine grand-
children.

Funeral services were
held April 19 at Fisk Fu-
neral Home Chapel with
the Rev. Stephen E. Graves

Funeral services will be of St. Cloud Presbyterian
held April 21 in Oakmont, Church officiating.
Pa. Interment was in Laurel

Burial will follow in Hill Cemetery, Millcreek
Verona Cemetery, Oak- Township, Pa.
mont, Pa. Fisk Funeral Home, St.

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

Cloud, was in charge of
arrangements.

KING — Douglas
Howard King, 63, of 7
Oregon Ave., St. Cloud,
died April 17.

Born in Toledo, Ohio,

DINGFELDER — Ray
John Dingfelder, 80, of
325 Rosedale, St. Cloud,
died April 18.

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he moved to St. Cloud
from Orlando in 1983. He
was a material handler
with Dura Corp.; and
member of VFW, Post No.
8152, Pine Hills.
Survivors are wife,
Lucille; brother, Allen
King; sister, Kate Tiecback,
both of Toledo, Ohio.
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: 847-3188
Since 1940

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PURSUE HIS PURPOSE!
Young People are waiting to hear from
you! “‘Go For It! Give It All You've
Got!’ This Sunday the Assemblies of
God speaks out to young people on

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"HA Dynamic New Testament Church”

Assembly of God

P.O. Box 487
Kissimmee, Florida 32742

PLAY IT SMART... GET INTO their National Youth Day. The Theme SUNDAY

Tos ev [ANE i =f for the National Youth Department is Sunday 8ohool........c.cceiveinn niin visentes 9:30 a.m.
PURSUE HIS PURPOSE! ". Morning WOrShip ........................... oreseairs 10:30 a.m.
We are excited about having on staff ‘Evening Worship .......... rts ssi 6:00 p.m.

our new Youth Pastor, Mike Tedder. Also Kids Worship

Come Worship This Sunday At. . . Mike and his wife, Jeannie, come to WEDNESDAY
; St us from six years of Youth Ministry
7K Abundant Harvest Church in Lakeland; Fl. This Sunday moming Mike will be ministering A A
Sunday Service : . the Word of God and would like to cordially invite every Young IMIBBIONGNGS ............ ...coovisssersesonsionsersne sins 7:00 p.m
ek sa sp. Person and Educator in Osceola County to join us for service at Royal PANGS. tessa, titre atets 7:00 p.m
Ingram St. runs South Off 192, 9:30 AM. The message for this’ special service is ‘‘Enough is Wheelchair Service Available
One Block East Cf The Rail Road Crossing. Enough!”’ A ;

REV. GARY W. JONES, Pastor
ible Training Center, Graduate 1980,
ore information 396-2875

Osceola New Life Assembly is located at 2269 Partin Settlement.
Road in Kissimmee. Rev. Emie DeLoach is the Pastor.

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Classifieds

Phone 846-7600

Classified Office Open 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday - Friday

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

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GO ANYWHERE FOR
$6811 Call for details,
KISSIMMEE GREY-
HOUND BUS STATION.
847-3911.

050
LOST & FOUND

LOST! 2- Dobermans,
black/tan. Male & female.
933-8355, 933-6410.

075
WANTED TO BUY

WE BUY USED CARS!
DOWNTOWN MOTORS
307 BROADWAY
847-9191

115
HORSES

QUARTER HORSE, mare,
3/years old, experienced
rider, handles great! $800.
407-933-0406.

120
REGISTERED PETS
FOR SALE

TOY AND MINIATURE
POODLES Beagle Hunting
Dogs. Shots and Wormed.
933-5654.

FREE: Terri/Hound
Puppy. B/W, Shots. House-
broken! Intrerview,
396-0014, 846-6554.

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PROFESSIONAL
SERVICES

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ATTENTION SMALL
BUSINESSMEN!! All
Types of Bookkeeping.
Very Strong Collections
Ability. Priced Upon Your
Needs. Good References.
Call Judy, 846-0251.

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FINANCIAL
SERVICES

Fk AA kA kok ok kek
“NEED CASH FAST”

MORTGAGES OR TRUST
DEEDS IN ANY STATE.
RESIDENTIAL, COMMER-
CIAL OR UNDEVELOPED
LAND.

CALL TOM COOPER

892-2493
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MONEY TO LEND

EQUITY LOANS
Consolidate Bills, Home
Improvement. We buy
Mortgages. Credit Prob-
lems O.K.! Quick Closings!
Mortgage America 102
E.Vine St. Kiss., FI.34744,
Licensed Mortgage Broker
1-800-678-2570.

161
ACCOUNTING/TAX
SERVICES

BOOKKEEPING-
Small Businesses,

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PETS FOR SALE 057-4873
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COCKER SPANIELS, ;
ADULTS. 2/males, © 162
1/female, reasonable or LEGAL
trade. 892-9662. SERVICES
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150 UNCONTESTED
FREE TO + ‘DIVORCE
GOOD HOME $300 including cost.

FREE TO GOOD HOME
Cocker Chow Puppy.
933-4126 after 4pm.

FREE. Black male Chow.
1/year old. 933-8217.

LHASA APSO MIX,
7/week old, wormed, free,
owner interview. 846-8659.

FREE. 8/Dalmatian, 5/bor-
der collie mix pups.
348-4502.

FREE. HOUND MIX Buff

Puppy, shots. Owner
interview. 846-6554,
933-0912.

Cocker Spaniel, Male.
892-0723.

HOUND MIX, BUFF puppy.
Shots, free, owner inter-
view, 846-6554, 933-0912.

LOST FROM 1385
S.Narcoosee Rd.,
St.Cloud. 1/year old black &
mahogany rottweiler.
Answers to the name of
“Kodi”. If seen, please call
892-9797 anytime.
REWARD!

GRAY CAT, altered, free,
892-2995.

FREE! 3/year old black
male Doberman, friendly,
obedient, interview.
933-5999.

SEAL POINT MALE
HIMALAYAN. Indoor/
outdoor to good home.
Free. 396-4707.

loves children.
4:30pm, 847-9662.

FREE SHEPHERD MIX
puppy, 2/months old. Very
lovable. 847-4537.

FREE* Golden Labrador,
Neutered, Heart Pill.
Housebroken. Interview
348-4502, 846-6554.

MINIATURE

EEDOM
«et NI iE

S. CRAIG WAKEFIELD
ATTORNEY
Kissimmee, 846-7113
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165
CHILDCARE

MOM & DAD will babysit,
any hours, ages 1-5, HRS
registered no.07F068.
Karen, 847-5248.

BABYSITTING IN MY
home, BVL, reasonable
rates! Hot meals.
348-5659.

OPENINGS-
KIDDIE
COUNTRY CLUB
Childcare- Infants-
12/years. Reasonable
rates. Meals included.
Parents visitation encour-
aged. No registration fee
month of April. 10/miles
from Disney in Kissimmee.
Phone 846-3955.
Lic.#1288-1

HRS REGISTERED
CHILDCARE. Top quality,
any time, lunch included.
846-1090.

DAYCARE FOR AGES 2 &
up, by professional mother
of 3. Monday-Friday,
7am-6pm, 847-4505.

MEADOW WOODS/BVL
AREA. Experienced
mother with CPR training,
will care for 1 or 2 children,
(1family), ages 1-4. Free
gymnastics or dancing
lessons for 3-4 year olds. At
home pre-schooling also.
Excellent references.
1-857-4414,

DEPENDABLE
CHILDCARE- Quality care,
reasonable rates. All ages
accepted. 846-4296.

WILL BABYSIT IN my
home, near Pleasant Hill at
17-92. 870-7466.

WILL BABYSIT
MY HOME
Mon.-Fri. 7am-5pm. Call
Liane 957-1884.
re ———

170

BUILDING
CONTRACTORS

CUSTOM HOMES, ADDI-
TIONS Over 40/years.
Greg 892-0613, Charles
892-9261.

ALL TYPES OF
CONCRETE WORK. Box
Blade & Grading. Good
Prices. Call John Ivey.
846-0251. :

WE WILL DIG Your Pond
for the dirt. Bay Lake area.
500 A. 847-4545.

FRANK'S SEWING
MACHINE IN HOME
REPAIRS
25/years experience.
Call 933-0255.

MATEER CONTRACT-
ING: All Stages Commer-
cial, Residential Remodel-
ing. Free Estimates!
Financing Available!
Insured. 846-7367. State
Certified CBC043584.

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175
HANDYMAN

DAVE'S HANDYMAN
Remodeling, Additions,
Repairs. All size jobs!
Commercial, Residential.
Free Estimate! Insured!
846-7367. State Certified
CBC043584.

“HANDYMAN SAM,”
892-0835
Carpentry, Concrete Work,
Fence Repair, Lawn Work,
Drywall, Wallpapering,
Painting. All Sizes of Jobs!
Be —

180
HOME
IMPROVEMENT

*WALLPAPERING
sPAINTING
*DRYWALL/CEILING
REPAIRS
«20 Years experience.
957-4412.

PHONE JACK SPECIAL
$39.00 Complete
25/years Experience,
Kissimmee 870-9261.

187
APPLIANCE
REPAIR

APPLIANCE REPAIR
Friendly Service at
Reasonable Rates!
Refrigerators, Washers,
dryers, stoves, water
heaters. Work guaranteed!
Lic.#3005. 846-4448.

GUARANTEED
REPAIRS-
Refrigerators/Freezers
*A/C Window Units.
18/years Experience.
A.B. KOLD COMPANY
870-0150

APPLIANCE REPAIR
Fast, Friendly Service with
Reasonable Rates!
Washers, Dryers, Stoves,
Dishwashers, Disposals,
Hot Water Heaters and
Refrigerators. 870-7726.

188
CARPET
CLEANING

HOME REPAIRS: Plumb-
ing, Carpentry, Painting,
Screened Rooms, Decks.
892-2417.

HOME REPAIRS. Addi-
tions & Remodeling. Small
jobs are our specialty! TRA-
BIL construction,
no.RR0060330. 933-4929.

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181
A.C. /| HEATING

HEAT/AIR CONDITION-
ING & APPLIANCES
REPAIR, Service
Charge,$15. Recondi-
tioned window units.
396-6296.
Lic.no.RA0056287.

FOR SALE. Heat & air
window units. Also, pack-
age units for mobile homes.
396-6296.

CARPET DRY CLEANED-
Repairing, Installing.
32/years experience.
957-2468.

189
ELECTRICAL
_ SERVICES

DAP ELECTRIC
Commercial & Residential
Service. Licensed, Bonded
& Insured. 933-8884.

191
HOME/OFFICE
CLEANING
SERVICES

HOME OFFICE
CLEANING
On Request. Extras Avail-
able: Rug Shampooing etc.
846-1872.

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.
rl Ad ik

185
SERVICES

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

**CLEAN TOPSOIL** 6/yd.
loads, satisfaction guaran-
teed! Call WENDALL
KETCHUM, 933-0837.

ROTO TILLING SERVICE.
Old gardens & lawns or
break new ground. Even-
ings, 892-1313.

IS YOUR HOME safe?
Security bars, gates.
JACK'S CUSTOM IRON,
396-0168.

TELEPHONE
INSTALLATION
Experienced.
Any Jack. Anywhere.
$35

Call Chris, 870-0421

sy CASH FOR

EXPERIENCED CLEAN-
ING LADY will clean your
house, apt. References!
957-3924,

EXCELLENT HOUSE-
CLEANING. Low Rates.
References Available.

PRESSURE WASHING
SPECIAL!!
Houses, -$50,
1200sq.ft.
Walks & Driveways,
10¢sq.ft.
Quality Painting
892-9573

HOME, TRAILER, POOL
AREA Roofs, Reasonable
Prices. Quality Service.
Free Estimates! C&P Paint-
ing, Pressure Cleaning.
Licensed. 957-1902
anytime.

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200 .

LAWN
MAINTENANCE

up to

COMPLETE LAWN MAIN-
TENANCE: Mowing, Trim-
ming, Edging etc. Call
892-2030 after 6pm.

SOUTHERN CUT LAWN
Service. Quality Work.
Dependable. Free Esti-
mates. 847-5971.

DISCOUNT LAWN
CARE AND
LANDSCAPING
Call 348-6718.

POWER CUTTERS
LAWN SERVICE
Reliable, Responsible.
LOW RATES! 348-2780.

JOE
LANDSCAPER
Lawn Maintenance.
Commercial, Apartments,
Motels, Residential, Sod,
Shrubbery, Cypress Mulch.
Free Estimates. 30/years
experience. 847-8615

*WALKER*
*LAWN & TREE*
*SERVICE*
CLEAN UP JOBS! FREE

ESTIMATE. 933-4078.

ABJ LAWN SERVICE &
LANDSCAPING. Pruning,
Yard Clean Up, Mulching,
Bush Hog & Boxblade.
(407)-892-8990,
(407)-348-0031.

*MASONRY WORK**
oBlock
oBrick
oStone
oStucco
sEpoxy stone
floors.
FREE ESTIMATES!
Call Brian
348-5561.

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225

"PAINTING

A% 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.
057-6617.

TOM’S PAINTING & Wall-
paper Hanging. Interior/
Exterior. Residential/
Commercial. Licensed/
Insured. 847-2675.

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.

PAINT ANY ROOM, $25.
10/years experience.
References.

Call after 1pm, 892-3639

TIM'S PAINTING. House
Painting, interior/
exterior. Also Pressure
Cleaning. Licensed &
Insured. 957-2619.

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SEWING/
ALTERATIONS

LARGE GARAGE SALE.
Saturday-Apr.21st.
Sunday-Apr.22nd.

9am-3pm only.

1603 REGAL OAK DRIVE.
10" radial arm saw,
assorted electric tools,
small electric appliances,
household “items, clothing,
old record collection, books
and more.

MOVING SALE. Oriental
couch w/end tables &
coffee table, $250. Misc.
846-3229, 9am-5pm.
846-2378, after 5pm.

GARAGE SALE. Satur-
day, 9am-2pm. 21 S.
ALDEN ST., KISSIMMEE.

MOVING SALE: April
21/22. Tools, Furniture,
T.V.
POINCIANA.

GARAGE SALE* April
21st, 7:30am-???? Spring
Clear Out. 2422
SWEETBRIAR CT. (Off Mill
Slough and Town and
Country).

25 AMALFI,

GRAVELY LAWN TRAC-
TOR 11H.P. with 3/bushel
Bins Grass Catcher (Like
New) $1500. Evenings
933-4105.

OVAL POOL SALE
$999

Huge 15'x24' pool, 4' deep.
Sun deck, fence & filter
included. Installation &
financing available.

Call 1-800-526-1596
Free solar cover on all
pools ordered in April.
CGC#018489.

U-PICK
STRAWBERRIES
FANCY FARMS INC.
Beginning
Thursday-Apr.12th. For as
long as strawberries are
available. Closed on
Sundays. 3/quarts for
$1.00. Quart cups free.
Take 1-44 west to Plant
City, Exit #15 County Line
Road, South approxi-
mately 4/miles, Corner of
County Line & Rice Road.
Follow signs. Also, Sweet

Onions. 813-754-4852.

YARD SALE. Saturday,
9am-4pm. Lots of stuff.
1224 ROYAL STREET.

YARD SALE. Lots of new
Harley parts, odd & ends.
Saturday, April-21st, 3543
Cord Ave., St.Cloud Manor.

YARD SALE* Sat.4/21,
Sun.4/22, 8:30am-3pm.
Furniture, Knick Knacks,
Lots More! Our Trash-Your
Treasure. 4845 S.0.B.T.
(1/2 Mile east of Poinciana
Bivd.).

GARAGE SALE: Sat.
4/21, AM. 2546 OAK
HOLLOW. Mega Stuff!:

GARAGE SALE* 5432
Floral Drive, B.V.L. Sat.
4/21. Lots Misc.

MULTI-FAMILY GARAGE
SALE! April-21st, April-
22nd, Indian Ridge Deve-
lopment, W-192 & 545,
8am-2pm.

D.J.’S LAWN SERVICE
CHEAP!
BVL, St.Cloud area.
Call anytime, 348-2969

ALTERATIONS BY EVE.
Hemming, Drapes, Tailor-
ing. Fast Service! Exper-
ienced. 933-0868.

GARAGE SALE. 2905
PINE COURT DRIVE,
ST.CLOUD. Apr.21st. Lots
misc., 2 utility trailers.

A-1 LAWN & TREE
Service. Yard clean up,
lawn maintenance, tree
trimming. 892-1779.

232
SECRETARIAL
SERVICES

DEBBIE'S LAWN
SERVICE
Please call, Try me.
Reasonable! 348-4502.
He —————

SARA'S TYPING
SERVICE: All typing
projects accepted. Word
Perfect 51. 407-348-4291.

204
TRACTOR MOWING

MOWING- Bush Hog Type.
Heavy grass & weeds.
Also, Grading. Call
892-7697.

BUSHWACKER

Acreage, Mowing

Box Blade Work
Light Disking

You'll Be Pleased! 407-892-9040
933-7567.

FE, i i
193 205
MOVING/HAULING TREE SERVICES

SERVICES
NATURE'S WAY TREE
RONS and Lawn Service. Tree

Hauling & Moving
Haul to dump,
Appliance Moving.
892-8677

195
TV/VCR REPAIR

Makes! House Calls. Free
Estimates. Prompt Service!
Guaranteed Work. Alfred,
933-5258, 1-856-2456.

197
PRESSURE
CLEANING

DIRT BLASTER. Pressure
Cleaning. Residential &
Commercial, Licensed &
Insured. 847-9518.

KEVIN'S PRESSURE

! CLEANING Service. Resi-

dential & Commercial. Free
. Estimates. 933-2205.

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
* No Application Fee

removal or trimming,
specializing in palms and
pines, sod lawns installed.
Licensed and Insured.
933-6468

210
CONCRETE

M & W CONCRETE INC.
Driveways, Patios, Slabs.
Commercial & Residential.
Kinnie,, 892-7889.

CONCRETE & BLOCK
WORK Call Andy at
847-6934 for a Free Esti-
mate. Licensed & Insured.
i htt

211
MASONRY

*** MASONRY ***
Home owner Specialist!
All phases of masonry,
remodeling, additions.
FREE estimates.. D.B.l.
Construction, 847-7802.

LIC. #RX0057545
FREE
ESTIMATES

Licensed, id

Aluminum Products

Specializing In:
Screen Rooms * Patio Covers
* Windows * Gutters ®* Awnings

235
BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITY

OPPORTUNITY- Your own
business. No overhead,
flexible hours. Invest time
not money. Earn $4K-$8K
per month part time.
1-236-9419.

LARGE 8 BAY BEAUTY
SHOP. Established busy
shopping center. Nicely
decorated, turn key opera-
tion. Good lease. With 60%
down, owner may finance.
$40,000 total cost. 1-4403.
CENTURY 21 C&D REAL-
TY, INC., 846-1114. Rent-
als also available.

240
BUSINESSES
FOR SALE
RR
ITALIAN DELI GROCERY
& Sub Shop. 192 location
for. 6/years. Seats/20.

Thriving business!
$38,000. 933-0766.

KISSIMMEE ESTATE
SALE Complete House-
hold. EVERYTHING
MUST GO! April 21-24,
9am-3pm. 3125 WICK-
HAM, Chelsea Square.
933-4302.

255.
AUCTIONS

ABSOLUTE ESTATE
AUCTION! 3/bedroom
home & contents. Satur-
day, April-28th, 11:00am,
6675 BAY SHORE DRIVE,
east of St.Cloud on Bay
Lake. No reserves or mini-
mum. Home appraised at
$140,000. Contents will sell
separately. For further
information, contact
IRVING REALTY &
AUCTION COMPANY,
INC., 846-9080. License
no.AU502, AB315. 10%
buyer's premium.

WAYNE’S FURNITURE &
AUCTIONI! Will buy or
consign 1 item or a house-
fulll Call 846-2122 or come
by at 2645 OLD DIXIE
HIGHWAY, Kissimmee.
Auctions EVERY Friday
night at 7:00pm. Auction-
eer: Wayne E.lIrving.
License no.AU502, AB315.

WE BUY AND CONSIGN

Good, Clean used furni-

ture. H&N Auction.
847-2705.

250
GARAGE SALES
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***ATTENTION***

If you would like to adver-
tise your Garage Sale,
please call 846-7600 and
ask about our new

Garage Sale Page(s).

LOOK IN THE THURS-
DAY AND SATURDAY
News Gazette For Russell
Pontiacs FREE CAR
GIVEAWAY!

265
FOR SALE
GENERAL
Se —————

BUILDING FOR WORK-'
GARAGES,.

SHOP:
WAREHOUSES, STOR-
AGES, ETC. 24'X32'
COMPLETELY ERECTED
WITH OVERHEAD AND
SERVICE DOOR, $3990.
LARGER SIZES AVAIL-
ABLE. 1-800-423-1406 OR
1-904-262-4414. JAYCO
BUILDINGS. .

TRAILERS. Over 100 in

stock. Boat, enclosed

cargo, flatbeds, frames.
David's Trailers, 4300 W.
Colonial, Orlando.
1-203-2922.

WIN FREE LINGERIE
PLUS PRIZES. Just invite
your friends for fun-filled
in-home lingerie parties.
Career Opportunities Avail-
able.

Call Ms. Lane,

1-800-243-5304

ENGAGEMENT RING .57
CTS Appr. $1600, asking
$600 0.B.O.
813-427-0515.

BEAUTY SALON EQUIP-
MENT 2/chairs with dryers,
2/shampoo chairs,
2/hydraulic chairs, 2/sham-
poo sinks. Make offer.
957-3816 after 6pm.

1976 TOYOTA, 4/door for
sale. 1981 Honda motorcy-
cle 200M. Electric bed, twin
size Craftmatic. 348-7558,
after 5pm.

FOR SALE* Two Olympia
Electric Typewriters, $50
and $75. 846-7568.

4x8 TRAILER, $300.
Kawasaki 3/wheeler ATC,
$300, runs. 348-6109.

AKC HARLEQUIN Male
Dane, 1/year old, $550
0.B.O.'New oak crib, $175.
Playpen & travel crib.
870-8380,

12x40 PARK MODEL trail-
er or trade for motor home.
957-2047.

FOR SALE. Mobile home
C.A. unit, short bed
camper, assorted house
windows. 348-0052.

CRAFTSMAN RIDING
MOWER 12H.P. w/bagger.
Must Sell! $1200 0.B.O.
King Size Soft Side Water
bed, matching rose etched
mirror and dresser, $1500.
Beautiful Mauve Spa w/
back masssager, Insulated
Cover. $2700! 847-4740.

HELMET $80, 2/brass anti-
que ‘lamps, $50 each.
2/Cane Wing Back Chairs,
$75 each. Bar Stools,
Water bed w/mattress,
$250 0.B.O. 892-1152.

FOR SALE. Twin size
waterbed, new, $150.
Wheelchair, never used,
$175. 348-2804.

AIRLINE TICKET TO
BUFFALO April 24th, $100
0.B.0. 846-6591.

ROYAL DAULTON
CHINA, 43/pieces, service
for 8. Cadence pattern.
Gray floral. 846-1592.

FOR SALE. Office Trailer.
Good condition. Call
933-5470.

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APPLIANCES
B.-L a 4 tl ir,
FOR SALE. Heavy duty

Washer & Dryer. Call
847-5036.

FOR SALE. QUALITY
USED Washers, dryers,
stoves, refrigerators
Completely reconditioned,
guaranteed. Also,

appliance repair. FREE
DELIVERY! 846-4448.

285
FURNISHINGS
SR ——————

BEDS*BEDS'BEDS
The Factory Outlet Store
for Sealy, Simmons, Spring
Air. All new factory seconds
and close-outs. Complete
with, warranty.

Twin Set $75
Full Set $99
Queen Set $119



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SELLING OUT! Furniture
& misc. 847-4982.

SECTIONAL SOFA, excel-
lent condition, $250. ‘Queen
bed with headboard, $125.
427-0051.

FOR SALE. White double
canopy bed with dresser
w/mirror, desk and night
stand. $200. 933-0843.

FOR SALE. Queen sleeper
sofa, recliner, chair, lamps.
Reasonable! 892-2722.

WHITE WROUGHT IRON
dinette table with 4/chairs,

_W/padded seats, $125.
892-7707.

ANTIQUE MAHOGANY
Double Bed, $200. Cherry
Desk, $50. Cedar Closet,
$75. 2/Queen Anne Cherry
Dining Room Chairs, $100.
892-6378.

290
PRODUCE
FOR SALE
- iL iti iiiihr]

STRAWBERRIES
FAVORITE FARMS
NOW OPEN
. for U-PICK Plentiful.
Located in Plant City area,
Exit 9, Mcintosh Rd. 1.1/2

miles north of 14.

JANITORIAL
WORKERS
Pros & Subs
Get all the work
you can handle!
1-869-0221

ORDER TAKERS/
TELEPHONE PERSON-
NEL NEEDED to start
immediately. Full or part
time positions available.
Call 933-2233, 10am-6pm.

Production Workers

WORK
NOW!
$5.00-$5.25/Hour

South Orlando/Kissimmee
areas. 1st, 2nd & 3rd Shifts,
Also 12/hour shifts. Special
projects & temp to perm.
Own car and phone a must.

240-7176
TEMP-TRONICS
No Contracts No Fees

i123 AVON AAAk
No initial investment. No
door-to-door. Call
348-7189.

WANTED.
Drivers Over 25.
Disabilities
& Retirees Welcome.
Call 396-1831.
E.P. DRIVE SERVICE

POSITIONS AVAILABLE
with plant nursery. Experi-
ence preferred, not neces-
sary. For more information,
call 348-6353.

EXPERIENCED LAWN
MAINTENANCE person,
year round. 847-0842.

CASHIER SALES. Full and
part time. Shifts 9am-4pm
or 4pm-11pm. 396-1010,
396-8333.

TOUR BUS DRIVERS
TAXI DRIVERS
SHUTTLE DRIVERS
Full time. Flexible hours.
Experienced. Apply at
FUTURE WORLD TRANS-
PORTATION INC., 5711

uU S
Hwy.-192, Suite 1108,
Kissimmee. 396-8801.

DO YOU LIKE TO TALK
TO PEOPLE? Part time
office job. Perfect for senior
citizens. 7am-1pm, daily.
Phone, calculator, 2/way
radio. Call 396-6969.

APPOINTMENT
SETTERS from home.
P.T./F.T. Earn Top $$$ Call
870-5897.

WENDY'S ST.CLOUD
now hiring. Cashiers, Full
time, part time, days. Apply
2pm-4pm daily.

293
COMPUTERS
& EQUIPMENT

COMPUTER FOR SALE.
Tandy 1000, R.G.B. color
monitor, 640 RAM, 20/Mb
hard drive, 2- 5% " disk
drives, $995. Also, Daisy
Wheel Printer, $150. Both
very good condition.
892-0046, after 4pm.

294
MUSICAL
INSTRUMENTS

PIANO, KIMBALL ARTIST
Console. Excellent condi-
tion, padded bench
included, $2,000, OBO.
892-1297.

3/PIANOS FOR SALE* All
in" very good condition.
Must Sell! No reasonable
offer refused!
1-800-238-6324.

295
TV/ STEREO
. di'Q'n”iiitr le, mst
FOR SALE. Sylvania VCR.

Remote control. $200
0.B.0. 870-8446.

298
COMMERCIAL
EQUIPMENT

x» LABORERS ***
Steady work. Earn over
$300 per week. Apply,
g8am-11:30am, Mon-Fri,
Cast Crete Division,
Sawdust Trail & Old Dixie
Hwy.

OSCEOLA
DRIVE SERVICE,
Needs Drivers. Over 25.
Disabled & Retired
Welcome. Please call for
interview, 348-0126.

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.

PART TIME RETAIL sales
person. Mature & able to
work flexible hours in pleas-
ant surroundings. Call
George at 396-0067.

PERSON 5’10”-6’ Needed
to wear alligator costume,
Part time. Apply in
person: Alligatorland
Safari,- 4580 W.192,
Kissimmee.

DRIVERS WANTED.
Age 25 & up. Florida Chauf-
feurs License. $300 & up
per week average.

Apply:

YELLOW CAB CO.,

722 E. Donegan.

DELI COOLER For Sale.
$1200. 847-2428.

299
FARM
EQUIPMENT

1985 FORD TRACTOR.
Front Loader, York Rake.
Excellent shape. Very low
hours. $13,500. 847-8615.

310
HELP WANTED

LOOK IN THE THURS-
DAY AND SATURDAY
News Gazette For Russell
Pontiacs FREE CAR
GIVEAWAY!

POSTAL JOBS

Start $11.41/hour
For exam & agnlication
information call
219-769-6649,
EXT.FL-186. 9am-9pm,
7/days.

BETWEEN
EMPLOYMENT?
Available Affordable
30-180 Day Temporary
Major Medical Insurance.
Visa/MC Accepted. Call
Mark Evans, 846-6421.

CASHIER, $5 to start.
Apply in person at Pirate's
Cove Adventure Golf, next
to Old Town.

MATURE COUPLE to
manage local mini storage.

Great benefits. Send
resume or reply to: Mini
Storage, P.O. Box

422068-MS, Kissimmee,
Fla. 34742.

HELP WANTED. Sales
Clerk/General Cleaning.
Retirees welcome!
348-2154, anytime.

GROUNDSKEEPER.
Experienced groundskeep-
er needed. Knowledge and
ability to operate various
field equipment; ability to
layout and maintain athletic
fields required. Applica-
tions daily.

OSCEOLA COUNTY
STADIUM CLUBHOUSE

933-5400

FULL TIME day shift, for
mature individual for inven-
tory control, typing skills
required. PARADISE OF
OLD TOWN, 396-6484,
ask for Joy.

BUS DRIVERS NEEDED.
Full and part time. Experi-
ence desired, but will train.

Call Spencer Tiller,
933-3249.
GUEST SERVICE

PERSONNEL! Part time,
7:30am-12:00 noon. Great
working conditions! Start
$5.50/hour plus commis-
sions. Apply in person at
FUTURE WORLD
TRAVEL INC., 5711 US
Hwy.192, Suite 1108,

Kissimmee. 396-8801.

COLLECTOR.
Have a big mouth, domi-
neering personality? Don't
take it out on your spouse or
children, Come join our
team. Need experience or
will pay while training. Non-
smoker. Call 396-8289 for
appointment.

COUPLE WANTED with
R.V. to work part time at
Orlando KOA for mainte-
nance and office. Call
Marcia, 800-999-KAMP.

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.

TALK TO THOUSANDS in
a minute with an Osceola
Shopper classified ad.

© CER
Looking ~Q
A Fun Job?

“Stroll” with the
customers
Take Their Pictures.
It's never dull
at the Old Town
General Store.

We are currently
hiring for:
* Register Operators

No Experience
Necessary
APPLY IN PERSON

2 Old Town Office g
5770 W. Irlo Bronson Hwy,
Kissimmee
» g- @

AREA SUPERVISORS TO
TRAIN & Manage Demon-
strators for. major party
plan. Flexible hours. No
investment. Excellent
incentives, training &
support. Unlimited oppor-
tunity! Call 1-298-9691.

AUTO

DETAILER

Person needed to
detail new and used
cars for delivery.
Experience helpful,
must be 18 years of
age or older.
Retirement benefits
second to none.

Call Jim at:
Dave Burchfield
Chevy-Olds, Inc.

892-5144
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N30 00) 7A 0 29:N D1
TRAINING

Get your Career
in Motion!

e Airlines
Hotels
*Car Rental
1S Years of Travel
Training Experience
Over 25.000 Graduates
* American Airlines SABRE
computer training
* On-campus job interview
program
* Financial Aid available
if qualified
© Home Study/Residence
31-acre Florida Campus
* Full or part-time

SOUTHEASTERN
ACADEMY

Kissimmee, Fla.
Accredited Member NATTS, NHSC.
CALL TODAY
847-4444
Member, D.L. Peoples Group

Travel Agencies
*Cruise Lines
*Tour Operators

NOW

HIRING
» FRONT DESK CLERK ¢

APPLY IN PERSON

MAINGATE
8600 W. Hwy. 192, 4 Miles West of Disney
396-0100

REMODELING SALE

Large Quantities

(o) J =1=To Lol (-FoTe
Matching Drapes,
(2{eTels tJ Ie TU] Te T-W 04g F114
May Purchase All or In Part

Rodeway Inn East

5425 Irlo Bronson Mem. Hwy.

(Hwy. 192)

NEED ENERGETIC
PEOPLE for public rela-
tions work. Part time or full
time. No experience neces-
sary. Earn $200-$300 per
week. Day or evening shift.
396-7701.

* NIGHT AUDITOR

4 7491 W. Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy., Nratim ae
(1 Mile West of Disney Entrance)

* ROOM ATTENDANTS

Experience As Night Auditor Necessary. Prefer Logistics Experience Good
Communication Skill, Mathematics Ability Service Oriented Individual
* ROOM ATTENDANTS—(PART TIME)
o KITCHEN UTILITY PM + DINING ROOM UTILITY AM
+ PBX OPERATOR BILINGUAL A PLUS
Pleasant phone voice, good communications skills, flexible shifts
* QUALITY ASSURANCE (INSPECTRESS)
At Least one year experience preferred. Responsible to inspect quality achieved in all
areas of housekeeping. Hours 8:30 to 5:00 flexible to work weekends & holidays.
* PUBLIC AREA ATTENDANT PM
Previous experience with carpet shampoo equipment 3:30 to 11:00 p.m.
* PART-TIME PM DINING ROOM SERVER Waiter, Waitress)
« KITCHEN STEWARD Responsible for nightly cleaning kitchen, restaurant, lounge,
experience preferred 12 midnight to 7:00 a.m.

Wilson World Hotel

MAINGATE

APPLY IN PERSON

“Deserves A Piece Of The Pie.
GET YOURS!

THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS ARE AVAILABLE:

* GUEST SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE (FRONT DESK)

Work With The Best Team In Town...
[ HILTON INN GATEWAY

THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS ARE AVAILABLE |

e GUEST SERVICE 3 DAYS 3PM - 11 PM 2
EVENINGS 11 PM - 7 AM
LOBBY ATTENDANT 6:30 AM - 2:30 PM
ROOM ATTENDANT

FRONT DESK CLERKS PM
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN EXPERIENCED

Benefits at:

We Offer Weekly Pay & Free Meals. Only 2 of the Many Excellent

Ld HILTON INN GATEWAY

7470 Highway 192 West, Kissimmee, FL 34741
ARPLIGATIONS ACCEPTED: Tues.-Thurs. 9-11 & 24

AUTOMOTIVE
WAREHOUSE

2-3 YEARS
AUTOMOTIVE
BACKGROUND

PREFERRED
e High School Diploma
¢ Pension Plan
¢ Outstanding Benefits

Call Bill At:
Dave Burchfield
Chevy-Olds, Inc.

892-5144

FULL TIME & PART TIME
sales in video camera &
electronics store. May lead
into management position.
Excellent opportunity!
Competitive salary. 3/loca-
tions. Call after 1pm,
870-0300.

ELaY ”w SMART... GET INTO

Opportunities Are Here!

FULL TIME POSITIONS
e COOKS * DISHWASHERS

Excellent Company Benefits. Apply in person after 4:00 p.m. at

HOLIDAY INN KISSIMMEE, suey. 102 ot xt 55, ssrmmes

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ADMINISTRATIVE
ASSISTANT

FOR REGIONAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE
Must have 2 years experience. 60 wpm typing
skills & shorthand skills, computer literate.

EXCELLENT PAY & BENEFITS.

Apply In Person

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(Entrance Is On 192)
Take 192 West, turn on

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Personnel Office— Pink and
Blue ® Buildings i, 192.

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HELP WANTED

FOR STORE REMODEL

Openings for 15
Stockmen/Warehousemen
Must be physically fit & able to work

: flexible hours.
Apply in person at lay-a-way window. | |

WALMART

(KISSIMMEE STORE ONLY)
4081 W. Vine St.,

NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE

WORK TODAY. . . GET PAID MONDAY, WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY

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¢ Production
e Warehouse Workers

Work One Day or More. .
Personnel Pool

Temporary Services
An H&R BLOCK, Company

* Assembly
¢ Dishroom
¢ Drivers

: regs,
.Full Time & Temporary .

846-1112

2646 N.O.B.T.—Kiss. Business Center
(Just South of Carroll)

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Career Pleasing Opportunities! §¢

THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS ARE 12 7
CURRENTLY AVAILABLE :
HOUSEKEEPING

* Housekeeping Technician

FOOD & BEVERAGE :
Bartender ® Cook © Servers .® Prep Cook ® Cashiers

FRONT DESK
* Clerks ® PBX Operator ® Relief PBX Operator © Night Audior:

ENGINEERING DEPT.
e Chief of Engineering (1 to 2 Yrs. Experience)
¢ Maintenance Helper

LAUNDRY
Laundry Operators

Our Many Benefits Include:
* Employee Discount Cards ¢ Paid Weekly ¢ Paid Vacation
. Enpioyee Referral Bows * Holiday Pay

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Saturday, April 21, 1990, NEWS-GAZETTE, Page B21

CASHIER/CLERK. Full
time. Apply in person at
Goodwill Store, Kissimmee
Square, 1363 E.Vine St.
g8am-5pm, Monday-Friday.
Some retail experience
preferred. E.O.E.

DRIVER/MECHANIC
HELPER Wanted. 5/days.
EUROPEAN AMERICAN
MOTORS, 101 Whitney
Street, Kiss. 933-2221.

MAINTENANCE/YARD
MAN Immediate Opening!
Apply in person COLONIAL
MOTOR LODGE, 1815
West Vine St.

HELP WANTED. Sales
person, full time, mature
adult! NORA'S SHELLS,

Old Town, Kissimmee.
396-6821.
KINRO INC. SEMI-

TRACTOR trailer driver
needed.. Short runs. Apply
in person, Monday-Friday,
1820 N.Ave. A, Kissimmee.

320
HOTEL/MOTEL
i i

HELP WANTED. Waitres-
ses and maids. Apply,

DAYS INN, 2095 E.
Hwy.192, Kiss.. 846-7136.

MAIDS
Needed Immediately! No
Experience Necessary.
$4.75/hour plus benefits.
Call Dottie, 348-0330.

WANTED! Part time
Reservations. Evenings
and weekends. Computer
experience.

Apply in person:
TRAVELODGE
GOLDEN TRIANGLE,
4944 W.Irlo ' Bronson

Hwy.

EXPERIENCED LAUN-
DRY, Experienced Maids.
$5.25/hour. 870-2000.

HELP WANTED* We are
looking for the best House-
keeper, Maintenance Men
and Front Desk Clerks in
the Kiss/St.Cloud Resort
area. If you feel you are one
of these people, please
apply any day from
8am-5pm in person. No
Phone Calls Please! 2323
U.S. Highway 192 East.

340
RESTAURANT/
LOUNGE
EE N iii —

AM & PM WAITRESSES &
dishwashers needed.
Excellent benefits.
396-4000, 7675 Hwy.
W-192, Kissimmee.

TONY ROMA'S
A PLACE FOR RIBS

is now accepting applica-
tions for the following
positions.

Day Bartender

Kitchen Help
Apply within, daily, 3415
W.Vine St. Kissimmee.

COOK, DISHWASHER &
WAITRESSES, AM/PM
shifts. Call 396-4455,
Ext.150.

HELP WANTED. Desk
Clerks & Maids. Apply in
person: KING'S MOTEL,
4836 W. Hwy.192,
396-4762.

LOVELY CONDO
RESORT, In Disney area
has openings for House-
keepers. Experience help-
ful, but willing to train. Also
have an opening for Assis-
tant Housekeeper.
40/hour week. Excellent
benefits. Uniforms. Call
Debbie; 827-6207,
396-1300, Wednesday-
Sunday.

LOVELY CONDO
RESORT, In Lake Buenva
Vista area has openings for
Part Time Housekeepers.
Experience helpful, but not
necessary. Uniforms. Call
Belle; 239-4222,
Tuesday-Saturday.

IF YOU NEED WORK!
WE HAVE IT!
*DISHWASHERS
PREP COOKS
LABORERS
*HOTEL/MOTEL
INDUSTRY

Ladies & Men
$SSDAILY PAYSSS
Pickup from your home
Paid more if you
drive your own vehicle.
CALL 870-7546

PART TIME HOUSEMEN
needed. Part time & full
time maids. Also, exper-
ienced front desk clerk.
Apply at COMFORT INN
EAST, 201 Simpson Rd.,
Kissimmee.

WANTED! Front Desk
Personnel w/micro experi-
ence. Full time. Good bene-
fits.

Apply in person:
TRAVELODGE
GOLDEN TRIANGLE,
4944 W.irlo Bronson

Hwy.

HOUSEKEEPER!
Local time share has imme-
diate opening for a house-
keeper. Must be able to
work flexible hours includ-
ing weekends. No experi-
ence necessary.

It interested,
apply in person at
MAGIC TREE RESORT,
2795 N.OId Lk. Wilson
Rd., Kissimmee. E.O.E.

MAID WANTED. Apply
GATOR MOTEL, 4580
W.-192, Kissimmee.

EXPERIENCED COOK-
Needed Immediately.
PERSONNEL POOL
No Fees! 846-1112

HELP WANTED!
Bartenders. Night shift.

Apply in person:
TRAVELODGE
GOLDEN TRIANGLE,
4944 W.irlo Bronson

Hwy.

350
CLERICAL

HELP WANTED SECRET-
ARY Excellent Phone and
Typing Skills. Computer
and Bookkeeping helpful.
Send Resume to: Ther-
motek Insulation, 1203
Sawdust Trail, Kiss., Fla.
34744.

**SECRETARY**
Excellent Typing and Word
Processing skills. Full time
days. We.offer an excellent
benefit package. For furth-
er information. call
933-3682 or apply in
person at: :
Humana Hospital, 700
West Oak Street, Kiss.
EO.E

** KISSIMMEE **
& S. Orlando Openings
Available.
«Secretaries,
Top Skills.
eData Entry Operators
oFile Clerks
*Receptionists-

Wtyping & W/O typing.
Full time & Temporary.
Never a Fee!
PERSONNEL POOL
846-1112

PART TIME SECRETARY/
Leasing Agent Needed.
Weekends. Send Resume
to: P.O. Box 422068-VG,
Kiss.. Fla. 34742.

; 351
ACCOUNTING/
BOOKKEEPING

.. ii -— a isbii PAA

ACCOUNTS
PAYABLE CLERK
for fast paced construction
company. Data entry level.
Clerical skills necessary.
Computer experience help-
ful.

Send resume to:
TOMPKINS
INVESTMENT GROUP,
1637 E.Vine St., Kissim-

mee, 34744.

ACCOUNTING MANA-
GER. Osceola County's
Largest AC Contractor, is
seeking an accounting
manager. Management or
accounting degree helpful.
Excellent working environ-
ment & benefits. Please
send resume to:
SUNSTATE AIR
SYSTEMS, INC., P.O. Box
420610, Kissimmee,FL.
34742-0610. No Phone
Calls Please!

355
EDUCATIONAL
BC i th) i kh
CIVIL SERVICE & POST-
AL EXAM training for jobs.
$11.49/hour. No Experi-
ence Required. 600
N.Thacker, Kissimmee.

Call 932-1104.

356
RESUMES
a ———————
THE PEOPLE INTER-
CHANGE. For The BEST

First Impression, Use our
Resumes! 847-2339.

365
SALES

GUEST SERVICES/OPC-
No experience necessary,
will train. Part time or full
time. $25-$30-$35-$40 per

up. Bonuses. Call
396-7701.
SALES PERSON

NEEDED. Prefer retired
person desiring 2nd
income. No Sunday or
evening hours. Apply in
person, SHORE'S MEN'S
WEAR, 201 Broadway,
downtown Kissimmee.

SUBDIVISION HOSTESS
Needed, Kissimmee area.
Some weekend work. Brit-
ish accent preferred. Call
Bob at 239-4149.

SUBDIVISION HOSTESS
Needed, Kissimmee area.
Some weekend work. Call
Greg at 1-800-359-0560.

ACCOUNT MANAGERS
for expanding Security/
Communication Co. Seek-
ing self starters with proven
track record. Experienced
reps earn $50K+. Send
confidential resume to:
P.O. Box 430006, Kissim-
mee, FL 34743-0006.

369
MAINTENANCE

WANTED! Maintenance
people, days & afternoons.
Experience preferred.

Apply in person:

TRAVELODGE
GOLDEN TRIANGLE,

4944 W.irlo Bronson
Hwy.

‘360
SECURITY
EE ——————riu

SECURITY OFFICERS
For Disney & South Orlan-
do Areas. Experience
desired. Starting wages up
to $5.50/hour. Insurance
after 6/months. Bonus
Program if currently
licensed.

Call Orlando, 894-4153

HELP WANTED*Security
Officers needed. Contact
Sergeant Ralph Leccese,
348-8760, or Corporal
C.P.O. Burkett, 396-8670.

CONVENTION SECURITY
Kissimmee/Orlando area.
Top pay. 846-1435.

ALLIED SECURITY: Has
Openings for full and part
time employees. Immedi-
ate Positions available in
Kiss. Experience not
necessary. Pleasant,
Professional Manner is
essential. Training and
uniforms provided. Apply
Mon-Fri. 9am-4pm, Allied
Security, 1720 S.Orange
Ave., Suite 304, Orlando.
425-1434.

363
INSURANCE

AUTO INSURANCE
Experienced C.S.R.,
Auto Agency experience a
must. Full or part time,
flexible hours. Evenings &
weekends possible. Top

pay for top worker.
Call Jerry, 933-7787

TALK TO THOUSANDS in
a minute with an Osceola
Shopper classified ad.

CANCEL OR CHANGE
classified ads by calling
the Osceola Shopper
before Noon on Friday.

0

Positions
Now Available:

e Desk Clerks
e Cooks

- ABOVE AVERAGE
STARTING WAGES IN ALL
DEPARTMENTS

el

|

[+] :

| * Housekeeping
)

I

RAMADA RESORL MAINGATE

2950 Reedy Creek Bivd.

19% Miles West of I-4, Behind Bob Evans Restaurant

PART-TIME OR FULL-TIME
MORNINGS, AFTERNOONS

Fantastic Opportunity
Making Big Money Working In

Our Tourist Information Centers!
Flexible Hours — If you have an

Call Joan For An Interview 396-6725

OR EVENINGS

You Can Have Fun While

outgoing personality & enjoy
talking to people

370
CRAFTS, TRADES
& SKILLS |

CARPENTERS-
Pros & Subs
Get all the work
you can handle!
1-869-0221

PAINTERS-
Pros & Subs
Get all the work
you can handle!
1-869-0221

** CARPENTERS **
** & TRAINEES **
Wood form building. Basic
skills-will train. Apply,
8am-11:30am, Mon-Fri,
F.E.C.P. Cast Crete,
Kissimmee. Old Dixie
Hwy. & Sawdust Trail.

CONCRETE FINISHERS
and Laborers wanted, Must
have own transportation.
892-4722.

HELP WANTED. Exper-
ienced tri-axle dump truck
drivers & Experienced
diesel mechanic. Call CDS
TRUCKING, 1-239-4565.

TALK TO THOUSANDS in
a minute with an Osceola
Shopper classified ad.

4 PNA %:

wife teams.

e Maids We hire husband &

DRIVERS-

To $850/WEEKLY
Local & Long Haul.
Many Needed! Will Train!
1-648-9111

WELDERS-
To $14.00/HOURLY
Will Train.
All Phases. All Types.
Start Now! Permanent.
1-648-9111

373
AUTOMOTIVE

AUTO TECHNICIANS-
(1)- Class C Technician,
(1)- Used Car Technician.
Import experience
preferred. Excellent pay
plan, benefits, uniforms. A
Nice Place To Work. Call
Phil or Frank at ACTION
NISSAN for interview.
Kissimmee, 847-9388.
Orlando, 851-5900.

375
PROFESSIONAL
iii, —
CHILDCARE

SPECIAL PERSON
7am-1pm, Mon-Fri. Help-
ing teachers 7am-9am,
prepare & cleanup lunch
9am-1pm. Weekly grocery
shopping for center, good
driving record and willing to
obtain chauffeurs license.
Start $4.00/hour.

Apply:
The

Gingerbread House,

2610 N.Bermuda Ave.
Kissimmee

CHILDCARE

TEACHERS AIDE
Monday-Friday, 2pm-6pm.
Start $4.00/hour.

Apply:
The
Gingerbread House,
2610 N.Bermuda Ave.
Kissimmee

HELP WANTED* CRISIS
INTERVENTION
COUNSELOR, 20/hours
per week. Crisis Counsel-
ing, Volunteer Coordina-
tion and Training. Related
Degree or Social Service
experience preferred.
847-8562.

SEE OUR “MAIL IN AD
GRAM*, This is one more
convenient way we -can

————

377
MANAGEMENT
PERSONNEL
Ea —————

LICENSED COMMUNITY
ASSOCIATION Manager
wanted. Send resume to:
Spring Meadow Condomi-
niums, 1139 Spring
Meadow Dr., Kissimmee,
FL. 34741.

ASSISTANT MANAGER
IMMEDIATE OPENING
National company seeks
experienced team member
for a 192/unit apartment
community. Computer
experience a must. Excel-

lent benefits.
Call 846-2040

380
MEDICAL

LPN NEEDED for busy
Doctors office in Kissim-
mee. OB/GYN Experience
preferred. Call Sheila for
appt. 933-1810.

HELP WANTED: Nurse or
Medical Assistant for busy
Physicians office in
St.Cloud. Fulltime and
benefits! Call 892-7121.

JOHN MILTON
NURSING HOME
Has openings for C.N.A.s.
Apply In Person At:
1120 W. Donegan Ave.
Kissimmee. 847-2854
E.O.E.

MEDICAL STAFF
SECRETARY Excellent
Typing, Word Processing
‘skills and Medical Termi-
nology. Full time days. We
offer an excellent benefit
package. For further infor-
mation call 933-3682 or
apply in person at:
Humana Hospital, 700
West Oak Street, Kiss.
E.O.E.

390
WAREHOUSE
Sf A —

WAREHOUSE/DRIVERS
Up To $12.50/HOURLY
Will Train
All Shifts.
1-291-3800

PACKERS/STOCKERS
$6.00-$12.47/HOURLY
Will Train. All Shifts.
Male/Female.
HIRING NOw!
1-648-9111

HELP WANTED. CNAs,
7am-3pm, part time.
3pm-11pm, full time.
11pm-7am, part time.
Apply in person: Kissim-
mee Healthcare Center,
320 N. Mitchell Ave.,
Kissimmee.

L.P.N.-
Excellent opportunity for
L.P.N. to join the
3pm-11pm staff in our
131/bed superior rated
nursing home. This position
offers:
sExcellent pay & benefits
«Complete orientation
Prescription/Medical

Insurance
Great opportunity

to advance
Apply to Connie Keller,
St.Cloud Healthcare
Center, 1301 Kansas
Ave., St.Cloud, Fla.
407-892-5121.

MEDICAL RECEPTION-
IST Needed Immediately.
Hours: 9am-6pm, Monday-
Friday. Call Faye for inter-
view. 846-3455.

TALK TO THOUSANDS in

assist you in your a minute with an Osceola
adverising! Shopper classified ad.
ASSOCIATES-REAL ESTATE.

Well known major franchise to expand to Kissim-
mee, St. Cloud area. Interviewing experienced
producing full time agents who want top training,
management, and relocation network. New lux-
ury office. Commission incentives.

MANAGER © develop and promote major

franchise operation. Salary plus over-ride.

REPLY P.O. BOX 255, ORLANDO, FL 32802

Great Pay! Great Benefits!

RODEWAY
INN EAST E
5245 Irlo Bronson Mem. Hwy. /

Hwy 192 Ei

A)

Aarrioft.

[ We Are Currently Looking For
* HOUSEKEEPING PERSONNEL

Residence
Inn

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Excellent

Benefits
* Paid Vacation * Paid Medical
* Paid Weekly * Insurance
* Free Uniform

Apply in Person
Mon.-Fri., 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

4786 W. Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy., Kiss. J

THE FOLLOWING
POSITIONS ARE AVAILABLE:

* Assistant Director of Housekeeping

* Food & Beverage Controller
* Front Desk Clerks ® Guest Services ® PBX
* Poolside Servers ® Cooks ® Dishwasher.
¢ Bus Attendants e Deli Cashier
* Deli Attendants e Landscaper
* Housekeeping (3rd Shift)

Hotel, Inns and Resorts Worldwide

Kissimmee, FL 34741

(S) Sheraton-Lakeside Inn B

aL ary cps 7711 US. 192 W.
our benefits are the best. F
An Equal Opportunity Disney World Maingate,
Employer

395
BABYSITTER
WANTED

NANNY/HOUSEKEEPER,
full & part time. Driver's
license required.
1-240-1114.

BABYSITTER NEEDED
FOR occasional weekends
& evenings. Call Mary,
892-9573.

400
EMPLOYMENT
WANTED
ui iz a4ntbtdts i .L
WILL DO PRIVATE duty
nursing in your home, days

only. Call anytime,
847-8741.

DON'T WASTE YOUR
MONEY On Cheap Imita-
tions. Call the Osceola
Shopper at 846-7600.
We're the best shopping
quide around!.

ACCIDENT &
HEALTH
INSURANCE

Make 1990 your year! You
can eam $35,000-$100,000
in 1990. Just call. Medicare
supplements & under 65
plans. Nursing home
coverage for Alzheimers
disease & custodial care
plans. $5 million major
medical Cancer plans. The
most complete product line
in FL. Extensive quality
training, unlimited local
qualified TV leads &
appointments daily. We
have five openings for
Kissimmee office. Im-
mediate income for
qualified persons. For
confidential interview, call

870-2066

Kissimmee.

SET YOUR OWN SALARY

Western Gold & Silver Co. needs 4 to 5
mature career minded people. Base plus
commission. Fast raises. Full & part time

available. This is an op,

rtunity to set

your own salary.
Apply In Person: Western Gold & Silver
At Old Town
5770 West Irlo Bronson Highway Suite 303

396-6323

DRIVERS
NEEDED

Call PERSONNEL POOL
846-1112
2646 N. Orange Blossom Trail

(Just South of Carroll St. in the Kissimmee Business Center.)
ID's Required.

e LOTUS 123

P.C. OPERATORS

EXPERIENCED P.C. OPERATORS

NEEDED IMMEDIATELY
* MICROSOFT WORD
e WORDPERFECT

e DISPLAY WRITE 4

Experienced Marketing Personnel
Needed for Major Convention sites
in Lake Buena Vista Area.

S needed for local
bit di gh hy

{[assifieds

Area.

LIGHT INDUSTRIAL

1st, 2nd & 3rd shifts available.
Assembly and packagin
in Kissimmee and South Orlando

* WORD STAR Call: Kissimmee 933-0288
Wang Operators Also Needed Orlando 239-0554
Long and Short Term 45 WPM + 100 Park Place Bivd., Suite 201,
mmee
MARKETING

KELLY seve”

FOOD SERVICE/

CULINARY
10 Banquet Set-Up needed
immediately. Also Food Prep. for
major resort areas and distin-
guished restaurants.

NOT AN AGENCY — NEVER A FEE — E.O.E. M/F,

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425
HOMES
FOR SALE

K535

: REALTOR
K538

INDIAN WELLS/FOR
SALE By Owner. 3/2,
decorator touches, good
area. Convenient to
Kissimmee,
Orlando!
396-7192.

Disney or
$89,000.

EAST ST.CLOUD For Sale
or Lease Purchase. 3/2,
2/car, beautiful house!
JOHN W.CHALFANT,
BRO K ER,
1-407-629-5700, days.
1-407-339-3352, evenings.

FREE WEEKLY LISTS
of property “For Sale
By Owner”.
HELP-U-SELL
REALTOR

846-6900.

UNIQUE HOMES- Choose
your own home to suit your
lifestyle and budget. Call
Collect, 407-345-4781.

KISSIMMEE. For Sale.
3/bedroom, 1% /bath.
Pebble Creek. $59,900.
892-7229, 892-4628.

ST.CLOUD FOR SALE.

3/bedroom, 2/bath, 2018
17th Street, $69,900.
892-5858.

POOL HOME! Close to
Town. $81,900.
HELP-U-SELL,
REALTOR

K532 846-6900.

STARTER HOME! 2/2ba.
Scr/porch. $64,900.
Owner 348-7393.
HELP-U-SELL,
REALTOR

K533 846-6900.

WANT TO TRADE our
home in Tallahassee for
acreage in central Florida.
Call 407-870-9577.

OWNER FINANCING!
3/bedroom, swimming
pool, many extras, on nice
acre! 532 & 17-92 area.
$52,500. $7,500 down.
Flexible payments.
813-422-2719.

FOR SALE

B.V.L. 3/bedroom, 3/bath,
1.1/2 kitchens with Mother-
In-Law Apt. 35X10’
Screened Room, Patio, Irri-
gation Well, Palm Trees.
Near Country Club. Excel-
lent Location on Cul-De-
Sac. Many Extras!
$69,000. Call 870-7469
anytime for appt.

4/BEDROOM, 2 1/2-BATH
house for sale, Poinciana.
Formal dining room, living
room, big Florida room.
$93,500. 933-7584 after
5:00pm.

OPEN HOUSE
SUNDAY 4/22
; 2pm-5pm
3500 PINE NEEDLE
TRAIL, Kiss. New, Custom
3/bedroom, 2/2 baths, 1/2
acre. Assumable Loan.
WATSON REALTY
846-1230.

MOTIVATED OWNER!
Legal 2/tamily house.
Second floor, 2/bedroom,
2/bath. 1st floor, 3/bed-
room, 1/bath. Located 1117
Wisconsin Ave. $70,000.
Inspect the property, make
best offer! Close to
shopping/lake. Owner,
1-516-466-8707.

FOR SALE BY OWNER. 1
or 2/bedroom cottage w/
brick fireplace. New roof,
nice shaded corner lot.
$35,900. 892-1522.

QUIET 1/ACRE! 3/br. Pool
Planned. $94,500.
Owner 348-6603.
HELP-U-SELL,
REALTOR

K534 846-6900.

SWEETWOOD COVE!

3/br., fenced, solar.
$62,900.

HELP-U-SELL,
REALTOR

K537 846-6900.

COUNTRY LIVING! 3/br.&
2.1/4 acres. $91,000.
HELP-U-SELL,
REALTOR

K536 846-6900.

ASSUMABLE NO QUAL-
IFY!! 3/bedroom. B.V.L.&
$72,900. Owner 348-6142.
HELP-U-SELL,
REALTOR

K531 846-6900.

NEED A MOBILE HOME
LOT? Tropical Park.

$16,900.

HELP-U-SELL,
REALTOR

K506 846-6900.

2/BEDROOCM, 1.1/2
BATH, Desirable Orange
Gardens. L.R., D.R.,
enclosed F.R., Study, C/H/
A, Carport, Workshop,
Appliances, wall to wall.

Asking $69,000. 846-8329.

4/BEDROOM, 2 1/2-BATH
house for sale. Formal
dining room, living room,
big Florida room, $93,500,
Poinciana. 933-7584 after
Spm.

KISSIMMEE. New 2/story
custom brick home on the
water in Breckingridge.
Over 4300/Ft under roof
and 3100/t of floor area,
this executive 3/bedroom
mansion with office has it
all: over 900/ft of hardwood
floors, 1100/ft of ceramic
tiles and plush carpet.
Extras, Extras, Extras:
2/fireplaces, wetbar with
icemaker, security system,
stereo intercorn, Central
Vac, refrig with door ice,
microwave, trash compac-
tor, ect., ect. Must see to
believe. $243,000.
847-7231 or 870-3228.

SALE $51,500 Large
4/bedroom, 1.1/2 bath
older home in town. Small
Lot, Privacy Fence. Kiss.
933-1179 leave message.

ST.CLOUD, NEW 3/2
1577sq.ft. living, 2103ft.
total. $85,000, Closing
Costs Negotiable.
396-4174.

FEEL THE BREEZE in a
country living style on this
adorable 3/2 house. All
appliances. 10% FHA
Assumable Mortgage.
Close to Disney. Priced at
$91,000. 1-4363.

CENTURY 21 C&D REAL-
TY, INC., 846-1114. Rent-
als also available.

PRIVATE 4/BR! with
above ground pool!
$76,500.

Owner 348-6395.
HELP-U-SELL,
REALTOR

846-6900.

LARGE 3/BEDROOM
3/4 acre. Double Garage.

© $134,900,

HELP-U-SELL,

YOUNG,
ACTIVE RETIREES!
Sandalwood. #1 Mobile
Home Community. Super
Nice 2/bedroom. Cathedral
ceilings, 3-ceiling fans,
awning, stucco skirting.
Won't last long. $11,495.
933-7040.

After 6pm, 396-8827

CUSTOM RANCH- 3/bed-
room, 2/bath. Carpeted,
lots of extras. Large living
room with stone fireplace,
double door walls to 30°
screened patio, 7 /acre lot
backs to preserve, over-
sized garage, full concrete
drive. $89,900.
Agent/Owner,
813-360-9596

PRESTIGIOUS 2/STORY
3BR, $152,000. Owner
892-6484.
HELP-U-SELL,
REALTOR

K486 846-6900.

COUNTRY 3/Bedroom.
1/3rd acre w/trees.
$84,900.
HELP-U-SELL,
REALTOR
K492

846-6900.

LARGE 4/BRM. HOME
Fireplace. $105,000.
Owner 348-2487.
HELP-U-SELL,
REALTOR

K493 846-6900.

CANAL LOT!! 4/bedroom.
Screened Porch. $72,900.
Owner 348-6105.
HELP-U-SELL,
REALTOR

K495 846-6900.

POOL HOME. 4/bed. Spa.
$98,500. Owner 847-5124.
HELP-U-SELL,
REALTOR

K497 846-6900.

POSS. COMMERCIAL
ZONING!! 2/br. Downtown.
$92,000. HELP-U-SELL,
REALTOR

K498 846-6900

KINGS POINT!! 3/br.

Large Oak Trees.
$112,900.

HELP-U-SELL,

REALTOR

K504 846-6900.

SPACIOUS POOL HOME
3/br. large 1/3rd acre.
$121,000.
HELP-U-SELL,
REALTOR

K505 846-6900.

SHOWS LIKE A MODEL
3BR. $97,500.
HELP-U-SELL,
REALTOR

K508 846-6900.

LORRAINE ESTATES
3/Br. Florida Room.
$82,900. HELP-U-SELL,
REALTOR

K516 846-6900.
Bll rr, a LR

430
DUPLEXES.
FOR SALE

TWO DUPLEXES KISSI-
MEE By Owner. Priced

below Y opraisal. 1/3rd
down, will hold m ,
$75,000 each. 3
CANCEL OR, CHANGE
classified ads by calling
the Osceola Shopper

before Noon on Friday.

440
TOWNHOUSES
FOR SALE
RC,
FOXHALL TOWNHOUSE
2/bedroom, 1.1/2 bath.

Screened Porch, Pool.
$55,900. 396-0520.

450
CONDOS
FOR SALE

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.

1989 FLEETWOOD 14X70
2/baths, 2/bedroom. Furn-
ished. Screened Room,
Shed. 55/years over. Lot
rent $95/month. Owner
957-4189.

CONDO FOR SALE or
lease with option. 2/2, near
Disney. Must Sell,
Reduced to $45,000.
846-6399.

475
MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE

710 ACRE with 2/bed-
room, 1/bath mobile home.
Located on busy street.
Asking $45,000. Call after
6pm, 847-3093.

Kk A AREPOSk & & &
0% DOWN, Just pay sales
tax & can putyouina 2, 3
or 4/bedraom mobile home
with payments as low as
$144.44 per month. Free
delivery & set-up and Parks
Available. For more info,
Call Kitty 813-621-2564.

FOR SALE. New mobile
homes in family park for as
low as $189/month.
JACKSON SQUARE
847-8266

1 2.85.68 8.8 8.8.8.8 8 ¢
A NEW FAMILY
MOBILE HOME PARK
in Kissimmee.
Models Open.
JACKSON SQUARE,
2531 Don Jay St.,
Off Donegan Ave.
847-8266
12 280 888888 8 & ¢

FOR SALE: 12X40 1/bed-
room Mobile Home on
rented lot, $10,500. Trade
for livable R.V. 933-8332.

CHEAPER THAN RENT.
New 2/bedroom, 2/bath
mobile home.
$189/month.
JACKSON SQUARE,

847-8266.

FOR SALE: 14X70". Nice
Family Park. Buyer Financ-
ing. Call 847-8877 after
Spm.

3/MONTHS FREE RENT!
End Of Season
Clearance Sale
on 2 park owned models.
1/bedroom,
furnished, A/C, $5,900.
2/bedroom,
furnished, A/C, $6900.
Sundance Senior
Mobile Home Park.
Age 55 and older only.
396 W.Jackson St.,
Kissimmee
Call 847-4298

ADULT MOBILE HOME
12X60'. New Carpet and
A.C. $10,500. 847-6384.

Kk hk AREPOS& & & &

| can put you in a 2,3 or

4/Bedroom mobile home

with payments as low as

$165.80/month. No down,

just pay sales tax. Free

delivery and setup.

For more info, Call Lisa
813-667-1094

480
FARMS/RANCHES
FOR SALE

SOUTHWEST
GEORGIA-
Farms, Timber
& Hunting Tracts.
From
120/acres to 1300/acres.
$385/acre to $1000/acre.
Call Pat Brinkley,
Associates Realty
912-225-9802 or
912-226-1004

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487
WATERFRONT
PROPERTY

EAST LAKE TOHO. Beau-
tiful secluded 1/2-acre
lakefront lot with large
trees. $58,000/offer.
892-0040.

REPOSSESSION
| have a 3/Bedroom

.Doublewide with payments

of $298.70/month. Just pay
3 back payments and we'll
deliver and setup free of
charge. For more info,
Call Angel 813-667-1094

FOR SALE. Mobile home,
1/bedroom, 1/bath, lots of
extras! Retiree park, 55 or
older. 846-3405.

FOR SALE: 3/Mobile
Homes. All three 2/bed-
rooms, 2/full baths.
Screened rooms, Utility
shed and carport. Two are
Doublewides, One 24X40
furnished, One 24X52
Custom Built, One Singlew-
ide 14X72. New Double
Roof, New C/H/A. All three
beautiful in Sherwood
Forest Mobile Estate 4/mil-
es from Disney. Call
396-1892.

FOR SALE. Mobile home,

1/bedroom, 1/large bath-
room, full length porch,
$4,000, OBO. Call
847-4270.

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,

YOUNG,
ACTIVE RETIREES!
Sandalwood. #1 Mobile
Home Community. Super
Nice 2/bedroom. Cathedral
ceilings, 3-ceiling fans,
awning, stucco skirting.
Won't last long. $11,495.
933-7040.

After 6pm, 396-8827

1974 SKYLINE 12X56
Furnished. New Air! Clean!
$7500. 847-7564,
1-813-783-8128.

2.1/2 WOODED ACRES
with older Double Wide
Mobile Home 5/miles south
St.Cloud. Details
846-5755.

DADCO DOUBLEWIDE
60°X24’ 3/2, New Kitchen
appliances, $15,000.
396-1858.

USED MOBILE HOMES.
(Completely furnished:
TV's, air conditioning, uten-
sils, linens, etc.). 10x50,
$5,000. 10x55, $5,000.
12x70, $5,000. 12x70,
$7,000. For further informa-
tion, call Pat Giles,
407-933-1577, 6pm-8pm,
Monday-Friday.

LAND WITH HOME
PACKAGE 2 or 3/bedroom
Doublewide. Only $245
month (Includes Set and
Air) 813-858-1428.

NEW 14X80’ FLEET-
WOOD 3/bedroom, 2/bath.
Loaded! Delivered and Set
with air. $650 Down, $181
Month. 813-858-1427.

FOR SALE. 2/bedroom,
1/bath M.H. with utility
shed. Needs work. $4,300.
Owner financing with $300
down. 846-0328 after
6:00pm.

MOBILE HOME! 1/acre.

3/bd. $65,900. Owner
348-0354.

HELP-U-SELL,

REALTOR

K484 846-6900.

MOTIVATED D SELLER!

This quality built duplex has 2
bedrooms, 2 baths & a large
screen porch on each side.
Currently rented at $800 per
month. Asking $96,000.
Reduced to $89,000

REAL ESTATE

STORE INC.
REALTOR, 847-7117
Evenings 348-0758

oe
5 + ACRES
In Lake County
\ for home or mobile
Asking

REAL ESTATE

STORE INC.
REALTOR, 847-7117

Evenings 348- [152

YOU CAN CHOOSE
YOUR SPECIAL

ON SELECT UNITS

What would you calla
thir a oiohenso
Hgy comiry “cumin Oy

* Swimming Pool « Huge Country Kitchen * Next to
Thacker Elementary * Close to Disney Recreation
Area * Corp Suites/Furnished Apts. also Available

BUILDERS LOSS
NORTH CAROLINA
LAKEFRONT LOTS

$24,000 each. Scaley/
Highlands, 1/acre each.
FREE NIGHTS STAY FOR
INSPECTION! 933-2814 or
Write: E.Barker, P.O. Box
751, Clayton, Ga. 30525.

, 490
ACREAGE/LOTS
FOR SALE

OCALA
NATIONAL FOREST.
Wooded lots. River Access.
$5,950/each, No Money
Down, $71.41/month.
Owner, (904)236-4579 or

(904)622-2438.

ONLY 3 LEFT. Acre lots at
The Alamo Estates on
Pleasant Hill Rd. 933-5470.

SUMMER HOME. 3/br.
Porch. $51,900.
HELP-U-SELL,
REALTOR

K513 846-6900.

495
ROOMS
FOR RENT

ROOMS FOR RENT.
Private Bath, Cable T.V. By
week or month. 847-2477.

ROOMS-SAFE PLACE.

Kitchen, dining, living
rooms. Laundry, cable,
phone included. $50/up.
Call between 9am.-8pm.
892-4848.

ALL PRIVATE
BEDROOMS Furnished,
Refrigerators. Comfort-
able! $300/up per month.
Adults! 846-4112.

ROOM FOR RENT: Kitch-
en Privileges. $70 per
week. 846-6233.

Paved road, large
oaks and pines. $8500
per acre. Terms.

REAL ESTATE

STORE INC.
REALTOR, 847-7117
Evenings 933-5712

499
ROOMMATE
WANTED
I —————————

THE PEOPLE INTER-
CHANGE, For Great
Roommates! 847-2339.

SHARE HOUSE IN
St.Cloud. $200/month plus
1/2-utilities, cable, washer,
892-3630.

500
APARTMENT
RENTALS

KISSIMMEE

HOME SIZE
1 & 2/Bedroom Apart-
ments. Great for families or
Roommates. Students
Discounts Available.
Specials on Select Apart-
ments.

407-846-2040

EFFICIENCIES, FURN-
ISHED, $275/up, includes
utilities. Laundry, clean,
private. 846-4112.

FOR RENT* One and Two/
Bedroom apartments
partially furnished. Clean
and Reasonable! Adults
Only! Call 870-6350 or
870-9151.

2/BEDROOM, 2/BATH
Shingle Creek Apartment.
Refrigerator, range,
dishwasher, microwave,
washer dryer
$450/month. 846-1891.

TWO BEDROOM APT.
Kiss., $425/month.
436-1209 or 348-8906 after
7pm.

APARTMENT FOR 1 FOR
RENT. Between St.Cloud &
Kissimmee. 847-7446.

CLEAN, QUIET, 1/bed-
room furnished apartment,
CHA, pool, no pets. $330
per month plus security.
892-4914 or 396-8540.

RENT. Furnished, efficien-
cy, St.Cloud, $245, $245
deposit. Water included.
1-862-8187.

APARTMENTS FOR
RENT. 2-1/bedrooms,
1-2/bedroom, St.Cloud.
892-9521.

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ZONED HIGHWAY

BUSINESS
On Highway 192.

100’ x 273', asking $119,000.
150’ x 175’, asking $229,000.
150" x 250’, asking $329,000.

MA

REAL ESTATE

STORE INC.
REALTOR, 847-7117

Eves. 348-4022

IF YOU WANT
A QUALITY BUILT POOL
HOME, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
STONE FIREPLACE in the
Great room, CLOSE TO
DISNEY, Lots of Extras this is
it! Call for details. Asking

REAL ESTATE

STORE INC.
REALTOR, 847-7117
Evenings 348-4022

BREEZEWOOD APTS.

On Simpson Road, Kissimmee

348-6682

KISSIMMEE
APARTMENT- 1 or 2/Bed-
room for 1-2 quiet adults.
Excellent neighborhood.
Pool privileges. No pets.
$400 plus electric, security.
847-4701.

LEASE, 1/BEDROOM
APARTMENT, dowriiown
Kissimmee. $280/month.
Apply 503 VERONA or call
847-6461.

FOR RENT* Nice Clean
Large Furnished 1/bed-
room apt. Adults! No Pets!
$125/week (Utilities

Included), Deposit.
892-1936.
2 & 3/BEDROOM APART-

MENTS in St.Cloud. $350
& $375 plus $100 deposit,
air. 909 Carolina Ave.
957-7795 or 957-2844.

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HOUSE RENTALS
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KISSIMMEE BRAND NEW
HOMES 3 and 4/bed-

rooms. Excellent Location.
$700-$850. Call 847-7948.

POINCIANA
3/bedroom Home for rent
available from $550-$650.
Beasley Carlisle Mgmt.

407-870-9083.

HOME FOR RENT. BVL,
3/bedroom, 2/bath, garage.
May-1st. $600/month.
348-6152.

FOR RENT. Large family
home, near Lakeview
Elementary School,
St.Cloud. 3/1 w/large family
room, bonus room & extra
bath outside. $595/month.
847-6952.

FOR RENT. 3/bedroom,
1/bath home in St.Cloud,
$300 plus $100 security.
892-9144.

RENT/SALE, 3/2 house,
$550/month, BVL.
933-0478, 892-5241.

FOR RENT
ALMOST NEW

Large 3 Bedroom, 2 bath pool

home complete with range,

refrigerator, dishwasher,

disposal, fireplace, verticals,

screen porch, pool care, 2 car

garage. "2 acre lot, no pets.
$925 mo./$900 sec.

REAL ESTATE
STORE Inc.
REALTOR, 847-7117
Evenings 348-4022

FOR RENT* Furnished
3/bedroom home. $500.
References! No Pets!
847-5719.

FOR RENT. New 2/bed-
room, 2/bath, furnished,
executive home with lake
view. $700/month.
EDWARDS INVESTMENT
PROPERTIES. 933-8764.

FOR RENT: INDIAN
WELLS 3/bedroom,
2/bath. Double Garage,
Fenced. $675/month.
A.P.l. 1-629-0738.

520
DUPLEX RENTALS
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DUPLEX RENTAL.
St.Cloud. 2/bedroom.
$400/month. First, last &
security deposit.
1-826-4213, leave
message.

DUPLEX FOR RENT.
2/bedroom, 1/bath. Fully
carpeted, C/H/A, ceiling
fans, screened patio, utility
room, w/d hookup, stove,
refrigerator, dishwasher.
Nice residential area.
$450/month. 847-0210.

525
MOBILE HOME
RENTALS
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FOR RENT. Lakefront effi-
ciency trailer, boat dock
included. Adults only.

$125/week or $450/month.
892-2698.

4 bedroom, 3 bath home on
golf course lot. Walking
distance to schools and new
shopping center. 18 x 12
screened porch, verticals
throughout. Motivated seller.
Asking $88:800. $91,900.
REAL ESTATE
STORE INC.

REALTOR, 847-7117
Evenings 348-0758

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Located adjacent to elementary, middle
and high school. Modernized units feature
wall to wall carpeting, central HVAC, new
Magic Chef appliances, and blinds. Pool &
sundeck, children’s play area, basketball
court, picnic area. 20 minutes from Disney

Rents: $415-$445
For Rental Information:
407/892-7141

Palm Gardens
1830 Michigan Ave.
St. Cloud, FL 34769

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MOBILE HOME FURN-
ISHED 2/bedroom,
$375/month plus utilities.
Adult Couple. No Pets!
Security Deposit.
396-1928.

RENT. ’84 SCHULTZ,
2/bedroom, 2/bath,
screened porch, very nice!
$477. Leave message,
396-0928.

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557
AUTO/TRUCK
REPAIR

J.P.’S
TRANSMISSIONS-
Lowest Prices on Rebuilt
Transmissions. Call

846-4488, Ask For Jerry.

FOR RENT. 2/bedroom
mobile home on 1/2-acre in
Davenport, $300/month.
957-3710.

FOR RENT. Mobile home
in St.Cloud, $350/monthly.
1-328-1583.

526
TRAVEL TRAILER
RENTALS
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TRAVEL TRAILERS for
rent $40 & up per week. All
set up in new R.V. park.
Also, R.V. Lots for rent,
$155/month. For more
information call
892-8662.

527
R.V. RENTALS
EEE
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

530
MOBILE HOME/RV
LOTS
RENT/SALE

MOBILE HOME LOTS
FOR RENT. Clean, country
atmosphere in family park.
Single & Doublewide lots
available. $160/monthly.
846-8307.

R.V. LOTS For rent on
daily, weekly or monthly
basis. 847-2707.

535
OFFICE SPACE
RENT/SALE

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.

OFFICE BUILDING FOR
LEASE 1000+ Sq.ft. in
excellent condition.
Emmett Street Profession-
al Bldg. 847-5693 or
846-8058.

OFFICE FOR RENT.
457sq.feet., $350/month
includes utilities. 847-8600.

FOR SALE OR LEASE
Option. Commercial build-
ing within walking distance
of courthouse. 15
S.Orlando Ave. Ready to
move in to. $89,000.
846-7377.

537
WAREHOUSE
RENTALS

559
AUTO PARTS/
ACCESSORIES

|

‘WE BUY JUNK CARS!
$$TOP DOLLAR PAID$$
Also Good Used Tires
For Sale.
HARRELSON'’S
AUTO SALVAGE,
847-5197

560
VANS

"79 CAMPER DODGE 200
van, clean, 318 engine,
V-8, $2,500. 892-7962.

565
TRUCKS

1984 MAZDA B-2000
SE-5, EFI. Good shape,
good tires, w/$800 match-
ing topper. $2200.
348-5961.

’84 FORD SUPER CAB
F-150. All power, $4,700,
933-5145. :

1989 FORD LARIAT
F-150. 10,000 miles.
Economy shift. PERFECT!
$11,500, OBO. 892-4109.

1986 FORD F-150 XLT
Lariat. Loaded! Only
$5,995. QUALITY CARS,
INC. 892-3070.

1983 FORD RANGER,
long bed, double tanks,
camper top, 61,000 miles,
$3,500. 892-2526.

1967 FORD PICK UP
TRUCK Very Good Shape.
Lawn Mowers. 892-1424.

575
CAMPERS
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1972, 31ft.,, CAMPER.

$1,800 cash or $2,300
contract. 1-239-6301.

580
TRAVEL TRAILERS
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1977 PROWLER TRAIL-

ER 30ft. $3,000 Nea. See
Twin Lakes Resort, Lot 13.

TRAVEL TRAILER, '72,
17ft., self-contained, air,
new refrigerator, $1,500.
933-2616 or 933-0880.

FOR SALE* 1982 FRANK-
LIN PARK MODEL Travel
Trailer, 32', C/H/A, 2/Tip
Outs. Lots of room. Brand
New Condition! Must see to
appreciate! $6,900.
892-0717 or 892-5266.

FOR SALE* 1982 GLOBE
STAR 35ft. Park Model
Trailer with 2/tipouts.
Screened Porch with ceil-
ing fans. Asking $10,500.
348-4013.

FOR SALE. 1977 30' Holi-
day Travel Trailer. Excel-
lent shape. Fully self-
contained. Full size bath,
loaded. $3500. 933-0290.

80/SEAT RESTAURANT
For Rent. Prime location.
St.Cloud area. 846-6399.

585
R.V.'S AND
MOTORHOMES

6000 SQ.FT. of medium
Industrial Office Warehous-
ing now under construction.
Lease all or part! 1/block off
E.Vine St. 847-4092.

DON'T WASTE YOUR
MONEY On Chean imita-
tions. Call the Osceola
Shopper at 846-7600.
We're the best shopping
guide around!.

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Prime Oak Street location with high visibility. Your
choice of 4 different plans. 860 sq. ft. up t0 4,000 sq.
ft. Plenty of covered parking.

ITASCA 26’, Class A,
1979. 454 Chevy, loaded.
$12,500 0.B.0. 892-4179.

590
MOTORCYCLES
it i PRL LL eb
KAWASAKI 21-900.
Excellent condition. Many
new parts. $1195 O.B.O.

892-7083.

SPACE FOR RENT Aeasonape

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847-9305

T.J."S MOTORCYCLE
Save On
Factory Parts & Service!
All brands of ATV's,
CYCLES, SCOOTERS, &
JET SKIS. Also, used bikes
for sale! 1709 Eastern Ave.
at 17th St., St.Cloud.
Monday-Friday,
* 10:00am-7:00pm. Satur-
day, 10:00am-2:00pm.
957-3466.

1982 YAMAHA MAXUM
JXS 750, excellent condi-
tion! $1,200. 957-3649.

595
AUTOMOBILES

OSCEOLA RODDERS
OPEN CAR CLUB
Meets the first Monday of
each month. New members
are invited to attend. For
more information, call Mike,
Days, 847-7117
Eves. 348-4022

1988 JEEP CHEROKEE
LIMITED. Leather interior.
Excellent condition.
348-2211 after 6pm.

LOOK IN THE THURS-
DAY AND SATURDAY
News Gazette For Russell
Pontiacs FREE CAR
GIVEAWAY!

CAN YOU BUY JEEPS

4X4's, seized in Drug Raids

for under $100? Call for
facts today! 805-644-9533
Dept. 647.

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.

FOR SALE. 1989 Ford
Escort, loaded, low
mileage, excellent condi-
tion, 6/year warranty. Must
sell. Call work, 396-0509,
ask for Cindy.

FOR SALE* 1976 Dodge
Aspen. Runs Good! Needs
Paint! 846-6196.

FOR SALE: 1974 Pontiac
LeMans, $450. Runs Good.
847-3302 after 5pm.

1977 CHRYSLER
CORDOBA Runs Good.
$550 or best. Also 1980
Chev. Chevette. Runs
Good! $350.
813-427-0322.

79 CADILLAC, Loaded,
low miles. Good condition.
$1500 O.B.O. 957-1462.

wagon.

BUICK SKYLARK, 1983,
4/door, 4/cylinder, A/C.
Excellent. 348-6152,
846-0123, Marcia.

'81 MAZDA GLC SPORT
Hatchback, 5/speed, origi-
nal owner, AC, $1,200.
348-4492.

1965 FORD MUSTANG.
289 automatic, new brakes,
runs good, $500.
957-5504.

'76 CHRYSLER, 360 V-8
engine, automatic, & parts.
846-8779 after 6pm.

FOR SALE. 1981 Buick
Park Avenue, excellent
shape, needs carburetor
work. 892-1719 after 6pm.

1981 CADILLAC, 1/owner
with only 66,400 miles,
$3,995. QUALITY CARS,
INC. 892-3070.

1983 MERCURY LYNX,
new tires & extra clean!
Only 43,000 miles, $2,195.
QUALITY CARS, INC,
892-307Q,

1979 PONTIAC TRANS
AM V/G Condition.
$2500/offer. Must Sell!
932-0907.

1985 CELEBRITY Station-
44,000/miles.
$3,500. 847-0651.

1984 THUNDERBIRD V-6
42,000/miles. Many Extras!
Excellent Condition!
$4,800. 348-2320.

1977 LINCOLN CONTI-
NENTAL. Excellent condi-
tion. New paint job. Fully
loaded. Was $2495, Now
$1995. 847-9191.

1978 DODGE PICKUP.
Good work truck. Automa-
tic transmission, long box.
Was $2495, Now $1995.
847-9191.

1972 FORD LTD. A/C,
automatic transmission.
Good shape. Was $1995,
Now $1595. 847-9191.

35’ 5TH WHEEL, excellent
condition. $5500.
932-0233.

1983 FORD ESCORT.
$1,000, OBO. Rebuilt
engine, AC, PS. 396-7696.

FOR SALE* 1987 Chrysler
New Yorker, fully loaded.
Low Miles. Like New! Call
892-2348.

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1977 OLDS CUTLASS PB/
PS, Tilt, Automatic, Floor
Shift, V-8, New A/C. Looks/
Drives Great! One Owner!
Asking $1500. 870-7341
Evenings.

FOR SALE: 1982 CHEVY
MALIBU CLASSIC. 6/cyl.
Auto., Cold A/C, AM/FM.
Excellent Codntion. $1450.
Days: 933-4123, Eves.

‘870-7899.

1984 CAPRICE CLASSIC
Very Clean! 4/door. A.C.
$2495. 1983 CHRYSLER
E. CLASS, Very Clean!
4/door, Loaded! $2745.
Call Bonnie 839-1000.

599
BOATS

1986 SEA RAY, 19 1/2-t.
Monaco Series, bow rider,
350CI, 260/h.p. Chevrolet,
Merc/Cruiser, full instru-
ment panel, depth finder,
cruiselog, Halon fire
system, AM/FM cassette
sound system, equipped
completely, full cover,
mooring cover, convertible
top & side curtains, over-
sized 2/axle Shoreland'r
trailer. JUST LIKE NEW!
$13,500. 892-6666.

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What We're
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* We Visit Nursing Homes
with Dogs and Cats

e We Give Pet Care
Programs in the Schools
and for Other Groups

pied ¢ We Maintain a Hot Line for
Pet Information

e We Investigate Abuse
and Neglect

» We Have an Adoption

Referral Service (we adopt
around 30 pets a month)

* We Hold 4 Equine Seminars
a Year at the Agricultural
Building

-o We Have An Annual Rabies
Clinic Every Spring.

FOR SALE OR TRADE
16.1/2ft. CHAPPARAL
TRI-HULL, 120 |B/OB,
Rocket Tilt Trailer with elec.
winch. Needs Minor Work.
See at: 3350 S.0.B.T.
Kiss., Lot 66.

1977 14’ BASSBOAT,
40/HP. Mercury, depthfin-
der, foot control yoling
motor, $2000 O.B.O. 36/1
thrust Minn Kota foot
control trolling motor, $125.
957-2006.

1983 17FT. BASS
TRACKER Tournament
TX, Mercury 80 Outboard,
Electric Trolling Motor.
Matching Trailer, $4,000.
892-6378. By

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Page B24, NEWS-GAZETTE, Saturday, April 21, 1990

First Grade

All A’s — Daniel Acevedo, Jason Bermudes, Cheryl
Chesko, Ralph Coble, Lauren Compton, Kelly Conley,
Christal Connolly, Jennifer Dean, Justin Deen, Jerry
Duval, Jonathan Francis, Charlotte Gleason, Noah Har-
ris, Anne Marie Iveson, Elizabeth Johnson, Krissy Kis-
sel, Ashley Lane, Elizabeth LeBlanc, Dorothy Lynn,
Rebekah Marcus, Lauren Murphy, Natasha Ramos,
Ivan Rodriquez, Joanie Rodriquez, Leroy Sanchez,
Jared Seithel, Amanda Shaver, Matt Shingler, Dallas
Smith, Shane Upchurch, Ivelys Vargas, Jamie Vetten,
Randi Weiss.

A’s and B’s: Carrie Adcock, Carrie Allarding, Chris
Ambs, Kiel Angelini, Krystal Baker, Rebecca Benoit,
Matthew Braziel, Kyle Britton, Cara Byrne, Emily
Campbell, Santana Coats, Josie Diaz, Kelly Elder, Lisa
Gagne, Christi Gay, Natalie Harrell, Kenny Harris,
David Harrison, Brandi Hazen, Daniel Hobbs, Justin
Husband, Jennifer Izzo, Matt Jacobs, Kelly Johnson,
Nina Kemp, Matt Killebrew, Chris Lewis, Roberto
Lopez, Logan Lyng, Claudia Matthews, Heather McIn-
tyre, Natasha Medina, Jorge Miranda, Clifford Morris,
Dean Morton, Donald Muse, Triston Norris, Kianna
Perez, Crystal Perron, Beth Pinion, Amber Prinkey,
Matt Roeger, Jason Rogacki, Misty Rogers, Chris
Schwan, Kira Smith, Jennifer Specht, Teddy Steadman,
Jordan Taylor, Kate Wakefield, Curkeshi Walls,
Richard Wanczowski, Javarus Warren, Jay Wilson,
Jason Zimmerman.

Second Grade

All A’s: Jamie Argetsinger, Marielle Arnreich, James
Benedict, Michelle Daugherty, Jacques D’ Souza, James
Gagliano, Erin Gambrell, Stephen Lesche, Christopher
Litwin, Chelsea Marcoe, Nicole Minutillo, Candice
Mortimore, Jonathan Muse, Joni Newhall, Eric Sandi-
go, Justin Townsend, Melissa Yingling, Jessica
Zamchek.

Church notes
Singles group

The Singles group at First United Methodist Church,
101 W. Dakin Ave., will meet at the church at 4 p.m.
Sunday, May 6, and play miniature golf.

The group will return to the church for a snack sup-
per. The cost is $3. Anyone interested in the outing
should call Donna at the church office at 847-3700.

“Cry from the Mountain”

The movie “Cry from the Mountain” will be shown at
6:30 p.m. Sunday, April 29, at Faith Baptist Church,
1990 Neptune Road, Kissimmee. The story centers
around the Sanders family, which is about to be split
apart by divorce. Through a life-threatening accident,
the course of their lives is changed.

Lifeplanning

A special interest class with the theme, “Lifeplan-
ning,” from the book by Robb Dalton, will be held at
First United Methodist Church, room FH 223, 101 W.
Dakin, Kissimmee. The class will begin at 9:45 a.m.
Sunday, April 29, and continue for five weeks.

The class, to be taught by attorney Jo Thacker, will
address the importance of living each day to its fullest,
the changing individual, the changing world and the
power of the individual to improve his life.

Deadline for church notes is 5 p.m. Wednesday. To
have your church activities listed, bring them to the
News-Gazette’s Kissimmee office, 108 Church St., or
the St. Cloud office, 1109 10th St. For more informa-
tion, contact Barbara Olson, news assistant, at
846-7600.

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Mill Creek Elementary honor roll

A’s and B’s: Crystal Abney, Ashley Ainsworth, Jon
Alderman, Amarilis Amaro, Tommy Antaya, Aaron
Avedisian, Janelle Barnes, Candace Beam, Andrew
Becker, Jennifer Bennett, Janelle Bowles, Lauren
Cable, Mychelle Caramonica, Tiffany Christ, William
Claypool, Angela Colavita, Shawn Cribb, Wayne Crot-
ty, Jason Cruz, Cory Dady, Erin DeAnnuntis, Kerilee
DiBlasio, Patricia Duran, Hagen Endler, Tracy French,
Shannon Fries, Joy Green, Victoria Green, Nicholas
Gregorio, Lee Groover, Amy Hinton, Brandy Hintz,
Erin Honeycutt, Rory Jones, Jennifer Kaiser, Jessica
Kennington, Lisa Kirk, Adam Lane, Jeffrey Lewman,
Heidi Lisboa, Arcena Milam, Dianne Panton, Hillary
Pate, Justin Periera, Jon Pietarila, Sara Porter, Michael
Powell, Amelia Ramtahal, Michael Raysor, Jennifer
Ronda, Ashley Schmidt, Aaron Schnetzer, Amiee Scott,
Joan Snider, April Snyder, Desiree Stanford, Joey
Svensson, David Taylor, Clayton Thornton, Bryon
Todd, Tiffany Tompkins, Leonilo Trono, Jonathan
Underwood, Michael Wakefield, Billie Jo Whatley,
Heather Zimmerman.

_ Third Grade
All A’s: Emily Ambs, Benjamin Andrews, Jacque
Barnes, Nicole Bellar, Graham Borysko, Richard
D’Souza, Stephanie Finch, Jennifer Fuimaono, Dustin
Graves, Brandon Heney, Ryan Mann, Daryush Mehta,
Rebecca Pacuch, Brent Schademan, Julie Torres, Chel-

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A’s and B’s: Christine Balsley, Chelsia Barrett,
Becky Beasley, Daniel Brown, Melissa Byrne, Daniel
Castro, Jessica Caudill, Stacie Curtis, Travis Downs,
Lakezia Dyer, Jasenta Felix, Jarrod Forbes, Latoya Gat-
lin, Darra Goldsmith, Nathan Hill, Urcilla Hilton, Stan
Huff, Sara Kania, Jacob Lane, Rebecca Lacey, Ciccio
Logiacco, Teri Malo, Brezzy McClendon, Brooke
McKnight, Timothy Moore, Benjamin O'Neal, Brian
Piekos, David Rodriguez, Tanaz Salehi, Ailan Sanchez,
Neri Sanchez, Lauren Saper, Jennifer Schwan, Shannon
Simpson, Levi Strodel, Billie Jo Sullivan, Julia Van-
Dyke, Kristen VanVoorst.

Fourth Grade

All A’s: Leah Argetsinger, Gregg Conley, Michelle
Galarza, Jeff Hampton, Heather Lanier, Kelvin Lee,
Jennifer Natow, Jessica Natow, Jason Spielberg, Matt-
hew Teoli.

A’s and B’s:Desmond Balak, Christine Benton,
Melissa Bowles, Scott Broschay, Javarus Brown, Shan-
non Burke, Tisha Cannon, Staci Carpenter, Geary
Claunch, Alishia Emanuel, Travis Embry, David Fisher,
Brian Fries, Elizabeth Gatlin, Eric Godoy, Elizabeth
Izzo, Kevin Jacobs, Christy Jeck, Kathy Kissel, Rikki
LaDuca, Alyson LeBlanc, Nicole Litwin, Katherine
Macanufo, Ivy Magnaghi, Barak Marcus, Tiffany Mar-
tin, Neal McCullough, Michael McNamee, Richard

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Megan Walsh, Patrick Wheeler, Jennifer Williamson.
Fifth Grade

All A’s: Iris Beloso, Theresa Bowers, Carey Brooks,
James Crutchfield, John Crutchfield, Christa Endler,
Rebecca Prinkey, Erin Schademan, Jason Weiss, Stacey
Yingling.

A’s and B’s: Lakasia Barber, Evan Borysko, Kathy
Cain, Chad Caudill, Ah Cheung, Ngiar Cheung, Shan-
non Colavita, Mystie Conaway, Dawn DeAnnuntis,
Chris Duran, Benjamin Dyer, Melissa Galarza, Chris
Green, Juan Guzman, Sarah Harrell, Rani Higgin-
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Luis Martinez, David McCormack, Jenny McKaig,
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Pate, Lisa Pedro, Shantelle Perez, Sarah Ramey, Neil
Resslar, Ilnaz Salehi, Lena Sanchez, Matthew Stockton,
Josh Thomas, Dana Wallace, Renee Wilson.

The following students were omitted from the 2nd
nine-weeks “A” and “B” honor roll.

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questions where your medica-
tions or over the counter
remedies are concerned. Our
computerized patient profile
system allows us to check for
drug interactions and allergic
reactions. You'll find us located
at 2521 13th St., Suite A, St.
Cloud, 892-7166. and open:
Mon.-Fri. 9:30-6:00; Sat.,
9:30-2:00. We offer free blood
pressure testing.

HINT: Alcohol and caffeine are
drugs that a nursing motherr can
pass through breast milk.

Kissimmee

870-0076

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SPRING SPECIAL SALE on

CHICAGO, U.S.A.

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Electric Supply Inc.
305 W. Bass Street
Kissimmee

HOURS:
Mon.-Fri., 7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Saturday, 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

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with approved credit.

*Sale priced at $6999 plus tax, tag and title fees.
Amount financed $6999 at 12.9% APR for 60 months

SOUTH ORLANDO’S MOST AFFORDABLE QUALITY "USED CARS
pr —

'86 JEEP CHEROKEE
PIONEER 4x4

4 Door. AIT, AIC, P. Steering & Brakes, Tilt
Cruise, Only 40.000 Miles

$10,999
"87 HYUNDAI EXCEL

3 Door. 5 Speed Trans. A/C, P. Steering &
Brakes, Stereo, Nice As Can Be

$2,999
'88 FORD AEROSTAR

Van. AIT, AIC, P. Steering & Brakes, Tilt
Cruise, Stereo. 7 Passenger, One Owner

$10,999
'88 SUZUKI SAMURAI

Conv , 5 Speed Trans, Stereo, Ready for the
Beach

$5,899

'88 FORD T-BIRD
TURBO COUPE

2 Door. AIT, AIC. P. Steering & Brakes, Tilt
Cruise. P. Windows & Locks, P Seats,
Stereo. Only 24,000 One Owner Miles

$11,599

'87 CHEV. S-10 TOHOE
PKG. PU

AIT, AIC. P. Steering & Brakes, Tilt. Cruise
Stereo, V-6, Bed Liner & Cover

$7,699
'88 ACURA INTEGRA LS

3 Door. AIT, AIC. P. Steering & Brakes. Tilt
Cruise, Stereo, Sunroof. Only 17.000 Miles

$11,399
'86 FORD ESCORT

S/W, A/T, AIC. P. Steering & Brakes
Stereo, Roof Rack & Much More

$4,699

'87 HONDA CRX

2 Door. AIT. AIC, P. Steering & Brakes
Stereo, Only 23,000 Miles

$7,999
'86 ISUZU |-MARK XJ

4 Door, AIT, AIC, P. Steering & Brakes,
Stereo, Clean As Can Be

$4,599

'88 CHEVROLET
CELEBRITY

2 Door, AIT, AIC, P. Steering & Brakes, Tilt,
Cruise, Stereo, Wire Wheels & More

$6,799
'87 VOLVO 740 GLE

4 Door, A/T. AIC, P. Steering & Brakes, Tilt
Cruise. P. Windows & Locks, Stereo, Plus
All The Safety

$14,599
'89 MERCEDES 260 E

4 Door. AIT, AIC. P. Steering & Brakes, Tilt
Cruise. P. Windows & Locks. Stereo. All The
Luxury

$32,999
'89 NISSAN SENTRA

2 Door. 5 Speed Trans, P. Brakes, Stereo,

Priced to Sell

'86 DODGE RAM
PICKUP

A/T. AIC, P. Steering & Brakes, Sfereo,
Custom Topper, 40,000 Miles

$5,499

'89 FORD T-BIRD

2 Door, A/T, AIC, P. Steering & Brakes, Tilt,
Cruise, P. Windows & Locks, Stereo, One
Owner

$11,499
'89 FORD MUSTANG LX

HIB, 5 Speed Trans, AIC, P. Steering &
Brakes, Tilt, Cruise, P. Locks, Stereo, Wire
Wheels & Much More

$7,999
+ '87 HONDA CIVIC

4 Door, 5 Speed Trans, A/C, P. Steering &
Brakes, Stereo, Low, Low Miles

$6,899
'87 FIAT BERTONE

2 Door, 5 Speed, Trans, A/C, P. Steering &
Brakes, Targa Top, Only 10,000 Miles

$6,499

"88 FORD F-150
XLT LARIET P/U

A/C. P. Steering & Brakes, Tilt, Cruise, P
Windows & Locks, Stereo, V-8, Bed Liner & More

$9,999

ON THE SOUTH TRAIL

'87 CHEVROLET
CAVALIER

2 Door, A/C, P. Steering & Brakes, Stereo,
Clean As Can Be

$4,899
88 HONDA ACCORD LX

4 Door, 5 Speed Trans, A/C, P. Steering &
Brakes, Tilt, Cruise, P. Windows & Locks,
Stereo, All the Toys & More

$10,999
'78 TOYOTA CELICA GT

2 Door, 5 Speed Trans, A/C, P. Steering &
Brakes, Stereo, Custom Wheels

$1,699
'86 NISSAN PULSAR

2 Door, 5 Speed Trans, A/C, P. Steering &
Brakes, Stereo, Only 39,000 Miles, Sunroof

$5,599

'89 PONTIAC FIREBIRD

2 Door, A/T, AIC, P. Steering & Brakes, Tilt,
Cruise, P. Windows & Locks, Stereo, T-Tops
& Much More

$10,799

ACURA OF ORLANDO