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~lrH ERITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, NOVEMBER 21, 2003 PAGE 39 N I~;Irl k~e debt collector attempting to col- ) be a debt collector attempting to col- Administrative Order NO. 97-3 lic Records of Seminole County, JAMES R. JUPENA, ESQUIRE NINTH JUDICIAL 2345 Sand Lake Road, Suite 120 i a debt and any information oh- lect a debt and any information oh- Persons with a disability who need Florida 2101 West Commercial Boulevard CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR Orlando FL 32809 I' t~ will be used for that purpose, tained will be used for that purpose, a special accommodation to padici- DATED this 6th day of Novem- Suite 5400 OSCEOLA COUNTY, Telephone (407) 855-3333 ~ ~: 20~ted the 6th day of November Dated the 6th day of November pate in this proceeding should con- her 2003. Fort Lauderdale Florida 33309FLORIDA. November 14 21, 2003 =F~m'." 2003. tact ADA Coordinator at 301 N. Park MARYANNE MORSE Nov. 14, 21, 28; Dec. 5, 2003CIVIL DIVISION IE .NU,~ MARYANNE MORSE I MARYANNE MORSE Avenue Suite North 301, Sanford, Clerk of the Circuit Court ~ CASE NUMBER: CI03 MF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT I ~ CLERK OF CIRCUIT I CLERK OF CIRCUIT Florida 32771 Telephone: (407) 665- (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) IN THE CIRCUIT COU~T 2108 FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY W~I I COURT COURT 4227 within two (2) working days of By Mary Slroupe r,-~, . -v ISLAND ONE INC , I al~: By: Mary Stroupe I By: MaryStroupe your receipt of this notice; if you are Deputy Clerk ~:~R~'~A" a Florida Corporation, ~t,~ ,-, , ~ t~HCUIT COURT SEAL) I (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) hearing or voice impaired, caU1-800- PHILIP D. STOREY ~u~. u~ Plaintiff, ?u,D~-,~ D/VIol ON 0(4 I O '~'tu C ='rk D~'r'Uhn ~lerk 9~ R77t i:: :~11DI:: ' P'HUUA/t: UIVI~IUiN V= Pile Numoer P'HU:.~H- LIS. S WARSK P A [ COD.S. WARSK P A V TNESS myhe endsea o,hs Pos, Off e So. Fie umber PR P LL, AM.ACCACHE AND ETI N N RE q010 Boy Scout Boulevard, Suite I 4010 Boy Scout Boulevard, Suite court on this 3rd day of Novamber, Orlando Florida 3,?802 0004 3 NACCACHE, HIS WIFE MICHAEL : ~ ~,=~:! ~ ] 450 2003. Telephone (407) 425-2571 !N RE: ESTATE, OF J. SULLIVAN AND KATHERINE L JAMES W, VE.RBERG !EI~ ~.=~,~,LFL 33607 Tampa, FL 33607 MARYANNE MORSE November 14, 21, 2003 r~t: ~ P~ b BUTTER, AS TENANTS IN =,L~,~es~ ~;: -e~: (813) 877-6008 I Telephone: (813) 877-6008 Clark of the Circuit & ~re m prayed ter m Ine comp a nt or L~ ea sA~ COMMON; PERRY W. LEWIS AND n,J~ ~ wv p,m;.u~, vn~ . '! ~#10"03"-3791 [ C&S#10-03"3293 County Courts m UIK~. :U=rW,i= .UN. . DIANNELEWIS, HUSBANDAND ir~!S~at=onoltheestateor ]~ "mVember 14, 21, 2003 November 14, 2% 2003 By: Gaylena Marks ~l'ormal nmlce oy pumlcaslon,= WIFE; JUNIE REMARAIS: and~AM~ W. V~HUt:H~, ~ae~saseo, D'~ ~ ~ I ~ (COUNTY COURT SEAL) II~o/'~lDt'~! ,~ P~IT~,PI'U' 1 ~U: EDITH L CHRISTIE; He jNumoer P'Hu~-t"H-u'.~z," is '51u=~i" 1 J IN TH~ "OUNTY Deputy Clerk IIUO~I~U'L,tt ~ UU~,I 1 ~C~,~Ur],V,~L,L.=O Defendant(s), pending m me uffcu~! uourt, for -3. 5~:" ,~ ~n~: ~ ~.u~ uu.= I : ~ uuM.GASPERON & FLETCHER s LEGALS,~ urt=::oo umn.r~uwm NOTICE OF ACTION usceo~a L;ounty, rwortoa P'rooam ~0 OF THE laTH JUDICIAL / OF THE EIGHTEENTH A Professional Assnriatlew 1 1 T WILLIAM NACCACHI: ANn I:TI Division the addreSS of which is 2 ~L ~]1~,CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN { JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Attomeu end Counsellor"ai Law I I 2) UNDA C. VALLES I~"I~ACCACHE HIS WlFF - - - " Courthouse Square, Kissimmee, !D ./~ AND FOR SEMINOLE / AND FOR SEMINOLE P O ~'x )15276 I I 1326 Lake S sceyne Way, Orlando, CnHNT I 67-3/0 DARTMOUTH C-T Florida 34741 The names and ad,- ::-~' COUNTY i COUNTY, FLORIDA ; L'Y~od", FL 32791"5276 FL 32824-4921 ,~ Al~l~ 5C 'FOREST HILLS~ NY " "' dresses of the personal represe~ta- GENE L JURISDIC DASE NO CC 1. 2, t13. andfheperaooa, s /~J~ T ON D vISION I 20-R, u / t: r,I I'1 JUUl~ L 3) KEYSHA VALLES You are notified tha" a C-m-'-int attorney are set torth below ~,== No, 03-CA-1961-14-G [ SABAL POINT COMMUNITY ~ CIRCUIT IN AND FOR 2432 Huron Circle toForecloseClaim of L'~ ~"~he All creditors of the decedent and ll~.One, N.A as Trustee for the I SERVICES ASSOCIATION, INC IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OSCEOL.A COUNTY, Kissimme, FL 34746 followinn described lands" other persone heving claims or de- ~L~t. erad holders of Mortgage- [ a Florida not-for-profit corporation, OF THE EIGHTEENTH FLORIDA llnit W~l~t~t Nn I,=t .'!.9 in ~d- mands against ~ent's estate, im ~~ P~ss-Through Certificates,| Plaintiff, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN ~,~oc ee, J.: urtuouc~4~oo 4) MILIANA MARIE VALLES m"'--t N"-- ~;-'A':-~'~'~-~ "R'I. -." a cludlog unmatured, contingent or un- '~-,~-'qJ~.~lNes 2002. AR28, [ vs. AND FOR SEMINOLE GENERAL MASTER: 2432 Huron Circle Con'd~iumU~, 'a~.~:;~li'na" t o i~ e liquidated claims, on whom a copy of :- C~1~4~. PLAINTIFF,DONNA P. MYERS sod COUNTY, FLORIDA iN Hi" the Marriage ot Kissimme, FL 34746 DeclarationofCondomin~'um and this notice is served must file their dll~l~' ~ UNKNOWN TENANT, CASE NO.: 03-CA-919-14- GIL J, S ARITA, JR, amendments thereot as re- claims with this Court WITHIN THE ~" '~mOedy L Collier, et el Defendants. G and ~lUSOend/Petit=oner, 5) KEISHLYANN VALLES corded in Official Reoords Book LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE OM~~ DEFENDANTS NOTICE OF ACTION CHASE MANHATrAN MORT- 2432 Huron Circle 649 at Pen~ 040 in the Public DATEOFTHEFIRSTPUBUCATION E I~ NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE |TO: DONNA P. MYERS GAGE CORPORATION, u= ~/~?~esp~ ~nt Kissimme, FL 34746 Records ~f" Osceola County OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF- SALE,520 TIMBER RIDGE DRIVE Plemtiff ' Florida and anv amendments TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A e is hereby given that, pursu- ~ LONGWOOD, FLORIDA 32779vs. T ^ ~ ~ ffu~ ~.u~=, ~=4'~.~" "u~ 6) HECTOR VALLES (CASTRO) thereof' " COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. ~atFin IJu m nofF I YOU ARE NOTIFIEO that an ac JOHNP ICH N'C:tFRK~tCTHI:: ~u't covrt,~no~nH~ ,~ ---c';.^le " a dg e t oreco- /- .C O - -,~,-.- hasbeon filedan~inst v,",uendvou Aitothercradiforsofthedacadanl fled November 6, 2003, end |t~ootoforaclosealienoothefollowing COURT SEMINOLE COUNTY Res~ence Ur~ kn o wn Kissimme, FL34746 arerequiredto~a~:~:~,ofv'our and o~her persons heving claims or ~T~:'RED HOLDERS OF|Circuit, in and for Seminole County', SUNTRUST BANK~ NATIONAL to il on JAMES, R JUpENA, E,~ TION FOR FORMAL ADMINISTRA- on or beiore 30 da-s from the date of FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NO- GAGE*BACKED PASS- |Florida, by Plaintiff, SABAL POINT ASSOCIATION; UNKNOWN Q UIR, E, at}.orneyrorl-'et!boner~GILJ. TIONhasbeenfiledinthiscourt You the first publication~ on or before De. "rICE JGH CERTIFICATES, SE- JCOMMUNITY SERVICESASSOCIA- SPOSUE OF JOHN P CICHON; ~i~A, JH ~sea.ooress ~s2101 are required to serve a copy of your cember t 5 2003 and tile the orininal ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL X~2-AR28, is Plaintiff and Kim. |TION, INC, to wit: UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF REGINA - es.t.~on]memBi uwa;, ~u~e b~,Ju: written defenses, if any, on petitioner's with the Clark o! this Court eTther SE FOREVER BARRED Collier; Modgage Capital |Lot9, SabelRidgeatSabalPoint, M CICHON; JOHN DOE; JANE Poro Lauoeroa~e, Florida .~.a~o attorney, whose name and address before service on Plaintiff's ettome- NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME I e ine or~na wRn the clark or me tes, Inc; Hsethrow Master,accordin~l to the plat thereof as DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANT(S) are: or immediate v thereafter otherv/se PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ion. Inc.; JP Morgan Chase,recordedmOtliciatRecords Book IN POSSESSION OF THE ~ .Y SILVIA S. IBANEZ a default will he entered an.~inst you ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) S Tr cemeer 1, ;~uu~ omerwl~ a oerauR ==,'-/ ustee for the CSFB Mort- [ 28 Pages 94 & 95 SUBJECT PROPERTY . . 3956 TOWN CENTER BLVD for the reliel demanded in the Corn- YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE WIll De anl[areo e~OS| you lot me #1 ss-Through Certificates Se-,You are hereby required to serve Defendants 96 plaint DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS 32.$6 is/are Defendant(s) I,copy of your written defenses, ifany NOTICE OF SALE ORLANDO FL32837 IfyouareapersonwifheOisability BARRED. to the highes and best bidder,on NINETTE S. FLETCHER, Esquire, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pe~t=on on or before November 30 2003 and who needs accommoda on n order The date of the first publication of l at the West front door of the,Piaintifl'sattorney whose address s thatpursuanttotheSummaryFinal Hule lz.ZUb, Hor la I.~am,y Law f etheoriginalofthewrittendefenses to oarticit~atein this nroc,~dinn yD. this Noticais November 14,2003 >le " Flon a r Rules of Procedure requ res carla n i :1~ f i ' r ' ~ - County Courthouse. m J P O. Box 915276 Longwood. ; d. Judgment of Fo eclosure entered =n. automate' msc~" tosura' or" oocumems" . wth the cerk o. . th s court eithe be- are enttted, atno costto uou, t-n the Personal Representatwe: ,Forida, Seminole County, [ 32791.5276.endfletheorigmelwth the above-stvted cause in the Circuit . . . ore serwce or mmedae~(thereaf- ,~rovsionofcertanassstar~cePease DANAMVERBERG at 11:00amonthe4thdayof J the Clerk of this Court, wif~in thidy Loud in end for Seminole County and =nfo,m)at=on, Fazlure !o.Fo~ply ter, Failure to serve and file written ~ontact Court Admnstret~ at 2 1450 Amende Roed )r, 2003, the following de-,(30) days after the first publication of Florida, I will sell at public auction to can result =n sanctm.ns, m,c.luomg o=s- defenses as required may result in a Co-rthouse Snuare Kissimmee Kissimmee, Florida 34744 =roperty as set forth in said,this Notice, whether before service the highest bidder in cash at the West missa~ or stnKlng,or plea o.!ngs judgment or order for tha relief de- F onda 34741 f4()71 :~,3-2421 w th n Attorney for Personal Representa- ]ment to wit: J on Plaintiff's attorney or immediately front door of the Courthouse in I,nls notice, De puo,sneo once manded without further notice. 2 wnrklon dav~ of v'n.r r~'z.~int'nf thi~ live; h f W Saot eecn week 1or t our c~,nsecutvawee~s - --, 5, CAIqRINGTONPARK,thereafter;or erwiseadeaut " be ord, Seminole County, Flodda, . Daled'on October 22, 2003. Notceof"/~ct~on" f~'ouarehearin-or MARKF, AHLERS, ESQURE RDING TO THE PLAT,entered against you for the re erda- begnnngat 11:00a.m on Decam. m.HE.R!TAGEJEWlSHNEWS. Thedate ofthefirst publication of voiceimneired ~, 1-800-955-8"/~t FloridaB~r No. 0503t69 .~OF AS RECORDED IN,manded in the Complaint. bar 4, 2003, that certain parcel of real wl/~.-~ my hanD and thesea!of this Notice is November 7, 2003. Wifness%y hand and official seal of Fishback, Dominick, Becnatt, BOOK 45, PAGES 51,This Notice shall be published once and personal property situated in the sa~o court at USCeOla uounty, I-Ionoa LARRY WHALEY this Court on November 5 2003 Stepter, Ardaman, Ahlers & Bonus "I55,OFTHEPUBLIC| each week for two (2) consecutive CountyofSeminole, StateofFlorida, on th=s 24thd~yofOcto bej, 200;~. As Clerk of the Court LARRY WHALE;~ " LLP S OF SEMI NOLE,weeks in the Heritage Florida Jewish more particularly describe~'as fol- ~,~.M* wn e~=~ Sy: Barbara Harbin Clerk of the Court 170 East Washington Street O lerk L, ircutt L.OUrt n F r 1 FLORIDA News. ws: .~ (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) By StacayWidermuth Ore do, loida3280 tO the Fair Debt,NOTICE Lot 18, Block B. ROANN ES- ,r,m,-,usceo~ L;ounty~ ~-tortoa Deputy Clerk (CIRCUIT ~OURT SEAL~ Telephone: (407) 425-2786 Act ~,AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES TATES according to the Plat t"'n~"u" "u,Un= OI~P~L) November 7, 14, 21, 28, 2003 Denutv Clerk " Attorneys for Personal Representa- ACT OF 1990 thereof as recorded in Plat Book oy: v. c, -- A ~,' ',o, =~"=;~in iff live ' A .v = . . lS, Pages 22 and 23, of the Pub- s Deputy Clark IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, KORS~AK & BEAULIEU November 14, 21, 2003 la~ I ~y Yigal Schleifer group linked toAI-Qaida has :'~'~'STANBUL~'~=~I (JTA)---The re- claimed responsibility for Saturday's attacks. Given the ~t~lit bombings of two sophistication of the bomb- ~k~bul synagogues won t ings, Turkish and Israeli of- ~'~ the tradition of open-ficials are inclined to believe ~inTurkey'sJewishcom- the claim. ~nity--and it could even The bombings killed 24 ~e the community more and injured more than 300 "'i " s ea " killed and some 60 Jews in- jured. ,key to retreat from its If AI-Qaida indeed is in- ~ceswith Israeland the volved, it may be difficult t~ed States, according to for the Jewish community--- ,~=~iPaYsts. It could even push and Turkey itself--to return Secular state away from :~'~Ott~ l~luslim world and fur- toward the West. ~tanding Sunday near the ~rance to the rubble- street that leads to ~bul's bombed Neve Sha- ~,SYnagogue, a leader of ~/~key s Jewish community out on the scene of ~*rtaction illuminated by ~low of nolice investiga- S' 'e ~ " rnergency hghts and r::~i'-' iS[on spotlights. ~0tlly a few months before, / rnmunity had opened ~ogue doors in ~";j~!~tWs Galata district as ~of an annual Europe- ~t i;laY celebrating Jewish re. There were musical {,rnaances in Ladino and ~exhibits inside the dif- ~7~ ~Y.n, agogu es. Ove rfl ow mostlynon-Jews-- out for the events. ~Pite the security con- on ay's nearly simulta- bombings of Neve to life as it was before. "The big question mark is, who did it and who were their local collaborators?" said Rifat Bali, a Jewish his- torian who has written ex- tensively about Turkeys' Jews. "For sure there were local collaborators, and that makes it much worse. That means you have a nucleus of local terrorists who are tar- geting you and who are here permanently." In recent years, the normally insular community has started reaching out to the general public and making itself more accessible. The process began with the mostly Sephardi community's gala celebrations in 1992 to mark the Jews' arrival in Turkey from Spain 500 years before. For many community leaders, the standing-room- only crowds at the recent Jewish cultural events were another sign that the new policy was having a positive and of the Beit Is- impactonJewishlifeinTur- ~TJ~:Ynagogue, located sev- key. ~;~iles away, the com- But the synagogue bomb- t Will put on the same ings may put a halt to the %~i~r~rn next year, the Jewish community's open- E, ~r Said. ness, Bali said. ~e Patch our wounds and said, Lina Filiba, the unity, s executive vice We want life to ~.~Ue like before. The ~,~gues have to stay '| "" t.ife has to go on." A "Now the community's worst fears have been real- ized, so there may be people who will ask why the com- munity is opening up," he said. "This will mean that on a community and individual say community's openness level, people will close upon themselves." Some members also fear that the attacks will force the community to tem- porarily curtail its own in- ternal activities. For ex- ample, some parents of stu- dents at Istanbul's Jewish high school already have ex- pressed fears about sending their children to the school, which is visibly Jewish. Now "we will always worry about getting together, about having meetings, and community life will be much harder," said Viktor Kuzu, 25, who works in an adver- tising agency and voluntee rs as an editor at Salom, the Turkish Jewish newspaper. "We were expecting some- thing like this, we just didn't know when it would happen," he said. "Now it happened, and we're wondering what will happen next." While people are afraid, Kuzu said he doesn't feel the attacks will cause Jews to pull away from the community. "Maybe there's an oppo- site effect," he said. "Maybe it will make people under- stand what it is to be Jewish; they will understand what it is to be a community. I can tell you that this event will bring the Jewish youth much closer together." In the af- termath of the bombings, Turkey's Jews are facing im- mediate questions about re- habilitating the injured and rebuilding the damaged synagogues. Community psychologists are visiting hospitals and the homes of those who lost rela- tives in the attack. "It's a community and it's our duty to help our people--not only our people, but anybody who was wounded," Filiba said. A team also is conducting surveys of the two attacked synagogues to assess the damage. According to a corn- munity official, Neve Sha- lom, Istanbul's central syna- gogue, escaped major struc- tural damage but will need to rebuild its eviscerated en- trance. The Beit Israel synagogue in the Sisli neighborhood was damaged more seriously and will require extensive rebuilding, the official said. Meanwhile, Jewish groups from elsewhere around the globe have come to Turkey to help. Ateam from the Jew- ish Agency for Israel came with psychologists, and the American Joint Jewish Dis- tribution Committee, which has set up a fund to help rebuild the damaged syna- gogues, is meeting with community leaders to assess the needs. "In my opinion, the com- munity has the ability to get over this. They have a strong leadership," said Amir Bergman, the JDC official responsible for Turkey. "I'm sure this community is strong and is standing up nicely to this crisis, and will mange to organize during this tough time." "At this point we need to sit with the community and find out what they need andl~hen come to their help, not to pile up on them with help they don't need," he added. As the community con- templates the road ahead, the government is confront- ing what could be a stark new reality for Turkey. Sami Kohen, a political analyst and veteran colum- nist with the Turkish daily Milliyet, said the attacks could push Turkey toward closer cooperation with the United States and Israel in the fight against terrorism. "Turkey is now included in the war-on-terror front," Kohen said. If the bombers wanted "to force Turkey to change course, to take a cooler attitude toward Israel or the West, that's not going to happen." Israeli intelli- gence and explosives experts joined Turkish officials Sun- day in investigating the bombings. Also on Sunday, Israel'~ foreign minister, Silvan Sha- lom, paid a visit to the two devastated synagogues, lay- ing wreathes of chrysanthe- mums in the rubble. Shalom later met with his Turkish counterpart, Abdullah Gul. The attacks show that "terror is at work every- where, and not necessarily in one specific country or another," Shalom said. "I think that the operation here shows both Turkey and other coontries in the world that no place is immune to ter- rorism." While the probe continues, Turkish officials have begun to release more details about the attacks. Turkey's interior minister, Abdulkadir Aksu, told The Associated Press that he is "more than 95 percent" sure that the attacks were the work of suicide bombers. $According to Turkish po- lice officials, the attacks were carried out by an iden- tical pair of lsuzu delivery trucks, each packed with some 880 pounds of explo- sives, a mix of ammonium sulfate, nitrate and com- pressed fuel. The explosives had been put into containers wrapped in sacks and hidden among containers of detergent. Though directed at the synagogues, the attacks killed and injured mostly Muslims who were working near the buildings or pass- ing by. Funerals were held Sunday for many of the Mus- lims killed. The Jewish community will hold funerals for its members on Tuesday. As investigators continue to sift through the rubble, Turkish analysts said the two bombings could have signifi- cant domestic implications for Turkey. Turkey is ruled by the Jus- tice and Development Party, known as AKP, a new politi- cal party that traces its roots to Turkey's political Islamic movement. Party leaders have distanced themselves from their Islamist past, but the country's entrenched secular establishment has remained suspicious of them. If Turkish Islamist groups are found to have partici- pated in the attacks, it could heat up the simmering con- flict between the AKP gov- ernment and the secularists, political scientist Ali Carkoglu said. "If the secularists can .show that there has been a linkage with a domestic pro- Islamist group that hasn't been properly followed or acted against, then the do- mestic implications could be very severe," he said. "I have no expectations that" the AKP government"will try to protect these groups; that would be foolish, and I don't think they have sympathy for them. But the way this country works, people will ask inflammatory questions and that will cause head- aches." Milliyet's Kohen said that if Turkey finds out that foreign terrorist groups had made inroads in the country and found local recruits, the reaction would be swift. "The Turks are quite de- termined on one thing, and that is the fight against ter- rorism," Kohen said. "The Turkish government, any Turkish government, is not going to yield to pressure when it comes to terrorism. If anything, it would strengthen its resolve."