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 MIAMI, Oct. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Florida's largest celebrity auction will be held Nov. 5 & 6 at the Holiday Inn at Calder, 21485 NW 27th Ave., Miami. Viewing of the lots will be from 4 to 7 p.m. each night, with the bidding beginning at 7 p.m.
 Over 2,000 items have been contributed by various world leaders, political figures, sports and entertainment stars. There should be something for everyone.
 Some of the items include Luke Perry's autographed underwear, baseball bats autographed by Hank Aaron, Joe Torre and Greg Vaughn, a football signed by all the living Heisman Trophy winners, autographed scripts from "Murphy Brown," "MASH," "L.A. Law," "Mary Tyler Moore," "Dynasty," "Days of Our Lives," Cher's

autographed script from "The Witches of Eastwick," Jack Lemon's autographed script from "Glengarry Glen Ross," Melanie Griffith's autographed script from "Working Girl," autographed photographic stills from "In the Line of Fire" by Clint Eastwood and "The Firm" by Tom Cruise, autographed hockey jerseys from Guy LaFleur, Jermy Reonick, the New Jersey Devils, an original Dick Tracy cartoon, and original fashion drawings from Georgio Armani and Emilio Pucci.
 Over 100 books have been autographed by various authors and the auction includes hundreds of autographed photographs. Lunches with local celebrities are also available.
 Sterling Moss donated his driver's license, editorial cartoonists from all over the United States donated their original artwork, and Jim Baker contributed his bible from his prison cell. Leaders from practically every nation in the world contributed various items, either local artisans' work, items native to the various countries, flags, photographs, books and many other items. King Hussein of Jordan, Felipe Gonzalez of Spain, Nobel Prize winner, Oscar Arias of Costa Rica, Secretary General Boutros Boutros-Ghali of the United Nations, Desmond Tutu of South Africa, Benazir Bhutto of Pakistan, Muammar Qaddafi of Libya, John Major of Great Britain, Francois Mitterrand of France, Prince Ranier of Monaco, Helmut Khol of Gemany, Yitzak Rabin of Isreal among others have been very gracious to Miami-Dade Community College students.
 President Bill Clinton along with most of his Cabinet have also sent items for the auction as did most members of Congress and governors from various states.
 All the funds raised from the auction will be used to benefit Miami- Dade Community College students, mostly in the form of scholarships and grants.
 David Gould of David Gould Auctioneers will be conducting the auction.
 For further information you may contact either Gould at 800-330-4449 or Edward Krohn at Miami-Dade Community College at 305-237-2382 or 305-237-2375. Krohn will be holding a press conference the week prior to the auction, should you wish to photograph some of the items.
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 /CONTACT: Edward Krohn of Miami-Dade Community College, 305-237-2382 or 305-237-2375/

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