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! FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, FEBRUARY 14, 2003 PAGE 35 TOWN OF TO IN THE FLORIDA; LYING to the Fair Debt r that purpose. of January, County, Suite FLORIDA, IN '. 01-2564-CA SARA L. ASSOCIATION, pur- Court of the 18TH Judicial Circuit in and for SEMI- File Number 03-82-CPMaitland, Florida 32751 Attorney for Personal Rapresenta- 1231 Whispering Winds Court ary 24, 2003, and file the original with NOLE County, Florida, wherein Division Probate Telephone: (407) 661-1177live: Apopka, Florida 32703 the Clerk of this Court either before HOMESIDE LENDING, INC Plain- IN RE: ESTATE OF February 7, 14, 2003 Is/Steven H. Kane Attorney for Personal Representa- service on the plaintiff's attorney or tiff end BRENDON J. WALKER AND HENRIETTA J. GROSSMAN a.k.a. STEVEN H. KANE live: immediately thereafter; otherwise a SARA L. BOGART are defendant(s), PENNY A. GROSSMAN Flodda Bar No. 298158 STEVEN L. LAURENCE, ESQUIRE default will be entered against you for I will sell to the highest and best Deceased. IN THE CIRCUIT COURTKane and Koltun, Attorneys at Law DEEN & LAURENCE the relief demanded in the complaint bidder for cash AT THE WEST NOTICE TO CREDITORS - FOR SEMINOLE 557 North Wymore Road, Suite 100 Flodda Bar No, 386529 or petition. FRONT DOOR OF THE SEMINOLE The administration of the estate of COUNTY, FLORIDA Maitland, Florida 32751 238 North Westmonte Ddve, Suite WlTNEES my hand and the seal of COUNTY COURTHOUSE, Henrietta J. Grossman a.k.a. Penny PROBATE DIVISION Telephone: (407) 661-1177210 saidCourtontha 14thdayof January, SANFORD, FLORIDA, at 11:00 a.m A. Grossman, deceased, whose date File Number 02-1354-CPFebruary 7, 14, 2003 Altamonte Springs, Florida 32714 2003. March6,2003, thefollowingdescdbed of death was December 27, 2002; is Division Probate Telephone: 407-862-2529 LARRY WHALEY property as set forth in said Final pendingintheCircuitCourtforSemi- IN RE: ESTATE OF Facsimile:407-862-2125 Clerk of the Court Judgment, to-wit: nola County, Florida, Probate Divi- MARJORIE STONE RUMPEL IN THE CIRCUIT COURTFebruary 7, 14, 2003 By: S, W. LOT 161, OAKLAND VILLAGE, sion; File Number 03-82-CP; the ad- Deceased, OF THE EIGHTEENTH (COUNTY COURT SEAL) SECTION THREE, ACCORD- dress of which is Post Office Box NOTICE TO CREDITORS JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN Deputy Clerk ING TO THE PLAT THEREOF 8099, Sanford, Florida 32772-8099. The administration of the estate of AND FOR SEMINOLE Jan. 24, 31; Feb. 7, 14, 2003 ASRECORDEDINPLATBOOK The names and addresses of the Marjorie Stone Rumpel, deceased, COUNTY, FLORIDA I I 28, PAGES 23 AND 24, OF THE personal representative and the per- whose date of death was September PROBATE DIVISION 0SCEOL~ COUNTY PUBLIC RECORDS OF SEMI- sonal representative's attorney are 17, 2002; is pending in the Circuit CASE NO.: 03-049-CPI I NOTICE OF ACTION NOLE COUNTY, FLORIDA. set forth below. Court for Seminole County, Flodda, IN RE: ESTATE OF LEGAL~ BEFORE THE BOARD OF NURS- IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A All creditors of the decedent and Probate Division; File Number 02- ROSALIA CATHERINE DIFFERT, ING DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY other persons, who have claims or 1354-CP; the address of which is Deceased. IN RE: The license to practice Nurs- ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TOdemands against decedent's estate, Post OfficeBox8099, Sanford, Florida NOTICE TO CREDITORS ing of PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEED- including unmatured, contingent or 32772-8099. The names and ad- The administration of the estate of IN THE COUNTY COURT ING, YOU ARE ENTITLED, AT NO unliquidatad claims, and who have dresses of the personal representa- ROSALIA CATHERINE DIFFERT, OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL Patdcia A. Ootson COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVI- been served a copy of this notice, tiveandthepersonatrepresentative's deceased, File Number 02-049-CP, CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR1029 New York Avenue SION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE, must file their claims with this Court attorney are set forth below, is pending in the Circuit Court for OSCEOLA COUNTY, St. Cloud, Florida 34769 PLEASE CONTACT SEMINOLE WITHIN THE LATER OF THREEAll creditors of the decedent and Seminole County, Flodda, Probate FLORIDA COUNTY COURTHOUSE CIRCUIT(3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF other persons, who have claims or Division theaddressofwhich is Semi- CASE NO.: CC-02-CF-CASE NO.: 2001-20705 CIVIL, 301 NORTH PARK AVENUE, THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS demands against decedent's estate, nola County Courthouse, 301 North 1655 SANFORD, FL 32771 WITHIN 2 NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS including unmatured, contingent or ParkAvenue, Sanford, Flodda32771. THE OAKS MASTER PROPERTYCERTIFICATE NO.: CNA WORKING DAYS OF YOUR RE- AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF unliquidatad claims, and who have The names and addresses of the OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC a 7900005332 CEIPT OF THIS NOTICE OF SALE: ACOPYOFTHIS NOTICE ONTHEM. been served a copy of this notice, personal representative and the per- Florida not-for-profit corporation, IF YOU ARE HEARING IMPAIRED All other creditors of the decedent must file their claims with this Court sonal representative's attorney are vs Plaintiff, The Department of Health has filed CALL: 1-800-958-8771; IF YOU ARE and persons who have claims or de* WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE (3) set forth below. P~,TRICIA GLEESON, ET AL an Administrative Complaint against VOICEIMPAIREDCALL: 1-800-955- mends against the decndent's as- MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF All creditors of the decedent and you, a copy of which may be obtained 8770. tate, inctudingunmatured, contingent THEFIRSTPUBLICATIONOFTHISother persons having claims or de- Defendants, by contacting, Amy P~etrodangelo, DATED at SANFORD, Florida, this or unliquidated claims, must file their NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS mends against decedent's estate, in- NOTICE OF ACTION Assistant General Counsel. Depert- 30th day of January, 2003. claimswlththisCourtWlTHINTHREE AFTERTHEDATEOFSERVICEOF cluding unmatured, contingent or un- TO: Patdcia Gleason and unknown ment of Health, 4052 Bald Cypress MARYANNEMORSE (3)MONTHSAFTERTHEDATEOF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON liquidatadclaims, on whom a copy ot spouseof PatdclaGleeso~ Way, Bin#C65,Tallahassee.Flodda CLERK OF THE CIRCUITTHE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS THEM. this notice is served within three RESIDENCE: Present Residence 32399-3265, (850) 414-8126. COURT NOTICE. All other creditors of the decedent months after the date of the first pub- Unknown SEMINOLE County, ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL and persons who have claims or de- lioation of this notice must file their Last Known Residence: 4 Batiag~boy If no contact has been made by you Flodde BE FOREVER BARRED. mends against the decedent's es- claims with this Court Doora Ennis, Co Claire, Ireland ~rn~ng the above by February By: Mary Stroupe NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME tate, includingunmatured,contingent WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ec- 27, 2003, the matter of the Adminle- (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, or unliquidetad claims, must file their MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE lion to foreclose a Ilan on the following t rative Complaint wltl be presented at Deputy Clark ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) claimswiththisCourt WITHIN THREE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NO- property in Osceola County, Florida: an ensuing meeting of the Board of Theabovetobepubllahedtn:HERI- YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF TICEOR30 DAYSAFTERTHE DATE Unit 101, PhaselX, Ospray Cove Nursing in an informal proceeding. TAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS. THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS at the Oaks, a condominium, ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF: SHAPIRO & FISHMAN WOODLAND CORPORATE CENTER 4505 WOODLAND CORP. BLVD. SUITE 100 TAMPA, FLORIDA 33614 (813) 880-8880 01-50956T February 7, 14, 2003 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR SEMINOLE COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS according to the Declaration of BARRED. NOTICE. NOTICE ON THEM. In accordance with the Americans The date of the first publication of ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL All other creditors of the decedent Condominium thereof, recorded with Disabilities ACt, personeneeding this Notice is February 7, 2003. BE FOREVER BARRED. and persons having claims or de- in Official Records Book 1418, a special accommodation to partici- Personal RepresentatNe: NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME mends against the decedent's as- Page0836, andallamendments pete in this proceeding should con- Is/Gary Grossman PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, late, including unmatured, contingent thereto, of the Public Records of tact the individual or agency sending GARY GROSSMAN ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) or unliquidatad claims, must file their Osceola County, Florida, to- this notice not later than seven days cJo Kirkman Chiropractic YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE claims with this Court WITHIN 3 getherwithanundividedinteresl pdortotheproceedingattheaddress 110 N. Kirkman Road DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS MONTHSAFTER THE DATE OFTHE or shareinthecommonelarnents given ou the notise. Telaphone: (850) Orlando, Florida 3281 t BARRED. FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NO- appurtenant thereto. 414-8126, 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or Attorney for Personal Represente- The data of the first publication of TICE, has been filed against you and you 1-8(X)-955-8770 (V), via Flodde Re- tive: this Notice is February 7, 2003. ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL are required to serve a copy ofyour, lay Service. ' Is/Steven H. Kana Personal Representative: BE FOREVER BARRED. written defenses, if any, to it on Rich- Jan. 24, 31; Feb. 7, 14, 2003 STEVEN H. KANE Is/Valede R. Orr The data of the first publJoation of ard E. Larsen, Larsen & Associates, Florida Bar No. 298158 VALERIE R. ORR this Notice is February 7, 2003. P.A the plaintiff's attorney, whose Kane and Koltun, Attorneys at Law 209 Brom Bones Lane Personal Representative: address is 34 East Pine Street, Or- 557 North Wymore Road, Suite 100 Longwood, Flodde 32750 RICK SCOTT DIFFERT lando, FL 32801, on or before Febru- I Robards and Colleen had stiff competi- Jennifer Koster and pro- per- for Hebrew Day Selznick Middle parents at Selznick Middle yearin lish teacher at Seiznick Middle per- as a fundraiser Vierling, former English Depart- ), and now SeminoleCom- liege. Koster and performed the well received a demand second JENNIFER KOSTER and RON VIERLING in their local production of "Love Letters." Love Letters, a two charac- ter play written by A.R. Gur- ney opened on Broadway in 1989. In its run on Broadway many famous stars took turns performing the play for a week at a time. Robards and Dewhurst performed opening night and for the next week. They were followed by a pa- rade of successful actors in- cluding, Stockard Channing, the First Lady on West Wing, Jane Curtin from Saturday Night Live and Third Rock from the Sun, Edward Herrmann, Timothy Hutton, Swoosie Kurtz, Nancy Marchand, Elizabeth McGovern, Lynn Redgrave, CliffRobertson, ElaineStritch, Robert Vaugh (Man from Uncle), and Fritz Weaver. Love Letters is the moving, funny and ultimately power- ful story of the life long friend- ship between a rich alcoholic artist and a straight arrow who becomes a United States sena- tor, told in the letters they write to each other starting when they are children. Through the letters the au- dience learns of the charac- ters relationships with their families, their careers, and each other. The play adroitly uses laugher to poke fun at universal human foibles. The middle school teachers and parents in attendance we re awed at the professional qual- ity of the performance. Steve Selznick, who volunteers as Yearbook Advisor at the Selznick Middle School has dreams of taking the show on the road, perhaps to the Or- lando Shakespeare Theater, where it can be appreciated by a much larger audience. The evening of fine theater was preceded by a wine and cheese reception and capped offwith coffee and dessert. Not only was the evening a theatri- cal and culinary success but those in attendance contrib- uted a substantial amount to underwrite the costs of the eighth grade graduating class spring trip toWashington, D.C. and the seventh grade trip to Savannah. The eighth grade trip will culminate the year's curriculum in Holocaust stud- ies and American government. "This evening is a perfect example of the sense of com- munity, excellence and fun which are all hallmarks of the Selznick Middle School," com- mented Randa Marder, princi- pal of the middle school. She Continued, "The students will continue working to raise funds to defray the costs of the trip." Stay tuned for upcoming fund raising efforts, including on- going Friday afternoon car pool line sales of donuts and flow- ers; a car wash, and a talent show, Purimspiel (The Wizard of Oz in Hebrew) and silent auction'on Sunday, March 16. Visit the website for the He- brew Day School of Central Florida/Patricia R. Selznick Middle School, www.hds- or call 407-647- 0713. # end LES (JTA)--A League Pleaded guilty to from a mosque and L congress- guilty to one with the national chair- )m, to bomb the in Cul- and to a sec- of carrying an or bombing the Darrell Issa Who is of Leba- count carries of i0 iSon. The first another I0 Mark his cli- a total of 12 U.S. District Ironounces 19. ,:60, had gone on trial and been convicted, he would have faced a manda- tory 40-year sentence. "Earl is relieved that the matter is behind him," Werksman said. "He didn't want to plead guilty, but the political climate today is not hospitable for defending a domestic terrorist case." Rubin, Krugei's alleged co- conspirator, committed sui- cide last November at a fed- eral detention center, ac- cording to prison authori- ties. Rubin's family has filed a $5 million wrongful death claim against the U.S. gov- ernment. Werksman said Rubin's death "knocked the wind out of Krugel." Both men were arrested in December 2001 after a third participant re- ported the plot to the FBI. Outside the downtown courthouse, Rubin's wife and son, joined by other sup- porters, held up signs de- nouncing Krugel as a "rat" for implicating Rubin in the plot. years The JDL's Web site charged that Krugel had "falsely accused Rubin of directing the conspiracy." Though he remained in the shadow of the high profile and articulate Rubin, Krugel was a familiar fig- ure at street demonstra- tions. He served in the U.S. Navy and worked as a dental assistant. In a statement, U.S. At- torney General John Ashcroft said, "As this suc- cessful prosecution makes clear, acts of terror targeted at individuals because of their race, religion or na- tional origin will not be tol- erated in the United States." U.S. Attorney Debra Yang, whose office prosecuted the case, said, "I hope that today's guilty pleas help to demonstrate to this nation's Muslim and Arab Americans that we will investigate and prosecute terrorist acts di- rected against them, just as we investigate and prosecute terrorist acts directed at other minority groups." nting Newspapers Bulletins Catalogs Advertising Flyers Books Resumes Magazines (407) 834-1741