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Religion A9
Windermere Union
Church, United Church of
Christ has planned a
"Wellness On the go"
Health Fair from 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. on Saturday, Feb.
21at the church, 10710 Park
Ridge Gotha Rd,
Windermere. The fair is
free and open to the public
and will include health
screenings, free seminars,
chair massages and much
more. A variety of health
companies will have booths
offering useful information
and there will be a special
six month weight loss chal-
lenge for those interested.
The "Wellness On the Go"
Health Fair is sponsored by
Metabolic Balance
American. For more infor-
mation, call Karen at 407-
802-9023.


MILLARD K. IVES
Staff writer
CLERMONT A 44-year-
old man is in jail on a num-
ber of assault and battery
charges after being accused.
of beating and raping an
acquaintance.
He allegedly told her he
was sent by God to take her
out as he beat her and at one
point tried to suffocate her
with a pillow.
Jonathan England Libby, of
Clermont, was charged
Tuesday with sexual battery,
felony battery, aggravated
assault and false imprison-


ment.
ble cause
being held
in the Lake
to leave her County jail
on Jan. 25 afterin lieu of
$500,000
bail.
According
Libbym standing to a probed
ble cause
affidavit, the victim told
investigators she asked Libby,
to leave her Clermont home
on Jan. 25 after the two had
argued. But she awoke early,
the next morning to. find
him standing over her bed


and calling her a number of
demeaning names. The affi-
davit added the woman said
when she began to argue
back, Libby started to punch
her in the head and said he
was sent by God to take her
out and she had no soul.
The woman told investiga-
tors he then placed a pillow
over her head and .tried to
suffocate her and she said
she likely blacked out during
this time because she woke
.up in a different part of the
home, feeling numb and dis-
oriented.
. During the next six hours,


the woman said Libby raped
and continued to beat her,
threatened to slit her throat
with a piece of glass and said
he would inject her with
enough narcotics to cause an
overdose.
He also threatened to Duct-
Tape her, wrap her body in a
sheet and dump her at Cocoa
Beach.
The suspect fell asleep but
left sometime after the vic-
tim's mother arrived. The
mother noticed her daughter
had bruises on her face and
was having difficulty mov-
ing.


He allegedly told

her he was sent

by God to take

her out as he

beat her and at

one point tried

to suffocate her

with a pillow.


Market attracts speakers and buyers


ROXANNE BROWN
Staff Writer
GROVELAND With the lake as a
backdrop, a steady flow of people
strolled around Lake David Park to check
out the fruits, vegetables, plants, jewelry,
food and other goods at the first day of
the city's Farmer's Market.
Some even stood atop the soapbox by .
the old willow tree and had their say,
reminiscent of a common practice in
London's Hyde Park, where orators have
assembled at Speaker's Corner since 1872
to discuss religion, politics and other
topics.
"We don't have all the vendors we're
going to have at the market on a regular
basis because of prior commitments
today, but everybody's been very posi-
tive," organizer Teresa Begley said. "The |
favorite thing that* a lot of people have,
commented on, though, is that the mar-
ket is here at the lake and how tranquil
it is." '
Begley said she expects the market to
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VICTORIA ALDRICH / SOUTH LAKE PRESS
Victor DeCambre of Minneola, a self-described 1',7i
"Jamerican," takes free speech very seriously -.
having come to America via Cuba in 1958. "I >-'-' '
.don't want to see anybody getting shot,"
DeCambre said while on the Soap Box. "I don't
want to see any brothers killing any brothers.
We should all love each other."

Clermont woman killed in car crash


MILLARD K. IVES
Staff Writer
OSCEOLA COUNTY The
Florida Highway Patrol
released the name of a 29-
year-old Clermont woman
who died after driving into a
utility pole.
Rowena Hunt died on the
scene in Osceola County late
Thursday night of last week.
According to a FHP report,
Hunt was traveling east on


U.S. Highway 192 in a 1997
Honda just before 11:30 p.m.
Thursday.
For unknown reasons, her
car veered right onto the
shoulder of the road, crossed
the entrance ramp onto State
Road 429 and continued to
travel east on the grass shoul-
der, before striking a utility
pole head on.
An alcohol test is pending
and the crash is still under
investigation.


Teacher charged with sexual battery


STAFF REPORT
A Clermont man was arrested
Monday afternoon on suspicion of
sexual activity with a 15-year-old
student.
Omar Curry, a teacher at
Belleview High School in Marion
County, was arrested around 4 p.m.
Monday at the school.


According to the Marion County
Sheriff's Office, the victim reported
that Curry, her basketball coach,
called her out of class last
Thursday, then sexually battered
her in the school's locker room.
Sheriff's detectives contacted
Curry first by phone, then in per-
son before arresting him.


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Lifelong resident and Clermont Mayor Harold Turville was awarded with the South Lake Chamber of Commerce's 2008 Citizen of the Year Award Friday during an early morning installation breakfast at First United
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South Lake scales down fete


ROXANNE BROWN
Staff Writer
CLERMONT The South
Lake Chamber of
Commerce's 2009 officers
and board members were
announced over coffee.
and breakfast the morn-,
ing of last Friday.
In years past, a more
extravagant installation
and awards gala was the
norm, but tougher eco-
nomic times inspired the
Chamber to look at a
more modest setting that
would not require out-of-
pocket expenses for
members nor the need
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"You are the example your children see the most, the life
blood of your community and what makes me mighty
proud when someone asks me, 'Where are you from?'
- to say 'Clermont. It's my hometown.'"
Harold Turville
Clermont Mayor


achieved its goal.
"We've gotten nothing
but kudos," Chamber
President Ray 'San
Fratello said. "Will we go
back to the evening gala?
Who knows? Maybe we
found a new niche .for


our installation cere-
monies, one that's more
connected to the times."'
The breakfast was held
at First United Methodist
Church's new Wesley
Center, the first public
event for that venue.


Construction was com-
pleted on the, multipur-
pose center in December
and its first worship serv-
ice was held on Jan. 25.
Incoming chamber
chair Dr. Charles Mojock
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the first to use the cen-
ter.
Up first was the passing
of the gavel, as 2008's
chair Merideth Nagel
relinquished her duties
to Mojock, the president
of Lake-Sumter
Community College and
the Chamber's incoming
2009 Board Chairman.
In addition, Mike
Bucher of United
Southern Bank was
installed as vice chair,
along with John Moore
of Orlando Health as
treasurer and Lucy Hage
of Goin' Postal as secre-
tary. The Board of
Directors are: James
Burks of Senninger
Irrigation, Paul Caldwell
of Caldwell Payne, Ted
DeWitt of DeWitt
Excavating, Tom English
of Golden State
Mortgages, Mark Graff of
Graff Holdings/Sylvan
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individual, Chris Seefeldt
of Red Wing Restaurant,
Chris Schramm of
Peoples First Community
.Bank, Robert Thompson
of Thompson Wesley
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The South Lake Press and
Amanda Walsh. of
Cheeser's Palace Caf6 and
Catering.
Nagel than took the
stage for her last official
act as the 2008 Chamber
Chair, announcing the
recipient for South Lake
County's Citizen of the
Year award.
"Legend has it he was
born on May 29, 1947,
and wvas the first
overnight baby born at
South Iake Hospital,"
Nagel told attendees
before revealing the
recipient.
But that's all it took for
some in the room to


know that the award
recipient was lifelong
resident and Clermont
Mayor Harold Turville..
He told the crowd:
"You are the example
your children see the
most, the' life blood .of
your community and
what makes me mighty
proud when someone
asks me, 'Where are you
from?' to say
'Clermont. It's my home-
town.' "


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Parents of diabetic children
should be aware that their children
may display signs of gum disease as
early as age six. This note of caution
comes from dental researchers, who
were surprised to learn that
periodontal' disease in diabetic
children starts much earlier than
once thought. It also worsens in
adolescence. When researchers
examined the gums of young
diabetic children, they found
significantly more plaque (the
bacteria-laden film that covers teeth
and gets under gums) than was
observed among non-diabetics. This
finding underlines the importance of
having young children, especially
diabetic children, undergo regular
dental examinations. The earlier a
problem is found, the better the
chance that the dentist can control
it.
Gum disease is linked to diabetic
control. People who have poor
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Do you support the the stimulus package the Senate passed?


"Yes, I do support it as long as "No, because I don't think it's
they don't put any extra junk in gonna do what they think'it's
it." gonna do."
Tim Montgomery Patty Robbins
Clermont Clermont


"I guess I do because I guess we
need help."
Irene Smiley
Clermont


"I haven't really kept up with it
but I do think they should make the
big companies so worried about tak-
ing care of their already rich top
executives parachute a little of that
money down to the people they are
laying off."
Carolyn Sherrod
Clermont


"I guess I do but the idea is for
people to throw it back into the
economy and people have bills to'
pay. We can't afford to throw it
back into the economy like that."
Erica Sherrod
Clermont


IN MEMORY


David E. Carter
S David E. Carter, 51 of
Minneola, Fla., passed away
Thursday, Feb. 5, 2009.
David was born on July 5,
1957 in Macon, GA to Robert
L. and June (nee Hamlin)
Carter. The family moved to
Clermont in 1969 from
Janesco Country Club in
Gray, GA where the family
had lived and David and his
brothers, all golfers grew up.
They had appeared on the
Cover of the magazine Golf
World twice. David was a
PGA Golf Pro, as was his
father, whq was the pro at
Green Valley Country Club
before he died. At the time of
his death, David was
employed at Swiss Fairways
teaching golf and was previ-
ously employed at Fort
Lauderdale County Club, Ft.
Lauderdale, Fla. David is sur-
vived by his mother, June of
Minneola, Fla., and brothers
Steve Carter of Clermont,
Fla., Charles R. Carter of
Panama City, Fla., and Gary
Carter of Minneola, Fla. A
celebration/of David's life
will be held at 3 p.m., Friday,
Feb. 13, 2009 at Swiss
Fairways Golf and Country
Club, 13114 Skiing Paradise
Blvd., Clermont, Fla. 34711.
An online obituary is avail-
able at www.beckerfamilyfu-
neral.com. Becker Family
Funeral Home, Clermont,
Fla. 352-394-7121 is serving
the family.


William E. Abplanalp
William Edward
Abplanalp, 72, of Edinboro,
Penn., died on Monday, Feb.
9, 2009. Becker Funeral
Home, Clermont, Fla
David Eugene Carter
David Eugene Carter, 51,,
of Minneola, Fla., died
Thursday, Feb. 5, 2009.
Becker Family Funetal Home,
Clermont, Fla.
Dorothy Marie Coss
Dorothy Marie Coss, 88, of
Clermont, Fla., died Tuesday,
Feb. 10, 2009. Brewer and
Sons Funeral Home,
Clermont, Fla.
Mary Oliver Elliott
Mary Oliver Elliott, 95, of
Orlando, Fla., died Monday,
Feb. 9, 2009. Brewer and
Sons Funeral Home,
Groveland, Fla.
Vicki Truelock Hines
Vicki Truelock Hines, 64,
of Clermont, Fla., died
Thursday, Feb. 5, 2009.,
Brewer and Sons Funeral
Home, Clermont, Fla.
Rowena Meiling Hunt
Rowena Meiling Hunt, 29,
of Clermont, Fla., died
Thursday, Feb. 5, 2009.
Becker Family Funeral Home,
Clermont, Fla.
Vayde L. M. Morse
Vayde Lee-Mitchell Morse,
96, of Rockledge, Fla., died
Wednesday, ,Feb. 4, 2009.
Michael A. Floyd Funeral
Home, Clermont, Fla.
Doyle Murray
Doyle McKinley Murray,
80, of Clermont, Fla., died
-Thursday, Feb. 5, 2009.
Brewer and Sons Funeral
Home, Groveland, Fla.
Judson Lea Stockwell
Judson Lea Stockwell, 76 of
Clermont, Fla., died
Saturday, Feb. 7, 2009.
Michael A. Floyd Funeral
Home, Clermont, Fla.


Pauline Tracy
Pauline Tracy, 95, of
Groveland, Fla., died
Monday, Feb. 9, 2009. Brewer
and Sons Funeral Home,
Groveland, Fla.
Tamala Smart
Tamala Michelle Smart, 36,
of Groveland, Fla., died
Monday, Feb. 2, 2009.
Michael A. Floyd Funeral
Home, Clermont, Fla.
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grow over the next few
weeks.
Many people there seemed
pleased.
"This is so neat and need-
ed," Sheryl Williams said.
Williams, who works in
Groveland and lives in
Stuckey, said she decided to
stop by after work to see
what the market had to offer.
She said she was elated to
find a vendor selling rock
shrimp, an item she normal-
ly has to travel to Titusville
to purchase.
"This is exciting. It will
save me a long trip,"
Williams said.
Susan Gilliland of
Mascotte and friend Lisa
Atkinson of Groveland
decided on the spot where
they would be buying their
fruits and vegetables.
"The fruits and vegetable
are cheaper here than at the
store, so we're going to come
each week to get what we
need," Gilliland said.
Begley has about 10 more
vendors lined up to join the
market beginning next
Friday.


Betting on the future



Is gambling in the cards for Minneola?


ROXANNE BROWN
Staff Writer
MINNEOLA Mayor Dave
Yeager is searching for
opportunities to stimulate
the city's economy, bring
jobs into town and make
Minneola a destination.
His latest idea? An enter-
tainment and pari-mutuel
betting complex that
could include a horse or
dog track, card tables and
much more.
"It's a cash cow. Call it
Mayor Yeager's stimulus
package," Yeager said.
"We want people from
outside the city not just
passing through on their
way somewhere, but get-
ting In their cars with the
intention of coming to
Minneola, spending their
money here and returning
home," he said.
What Yeager would like
to bring in is a quality
Central Florida adult-
themed destination com-
plex complete with a
"high-end" five-star resort
hotel and shopping area, a
3,000-seat multifunctional
entertainment facility,
over 150,000 square feet of
convention space, an ice
skating rink and a' horse
racing track with a "card
room" for Texas Hold 'Em
and other game opportuni-
ties.


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The facility would be
located at the Hills of
Minneola site near the
new Turnpike interchange.
On Tuesday, Yeager sold
his idea to the council
during a city meeting. All
members in attendance at
that time expressed sup-
port and interest in press-
ing forward with the idea.
Yeager said this type of
venue would boost many
aspects of the city's econo-
my, including gas and eat-
ing establishments. It
would also create more
jobs for Minneola resi-
dents, Yeager said, and
enable the city to reduce
city property tax rates.
Dottie Keedy, Lake
County's economic growth
and redevelopment direc-
tor said her initial
thoughts about the plan
are that such a facility
would indeed bring .
income into the city and
be of economic value in a
"touristy" way.
Keedy said her depart-
ment focuses on bringing
high-wage jobs into the
county, however, and said
she thinks most of the
jobs created by an enter-
tainment and pari-mutuel
betting complex would be
service-oriented.
Councilman Pat Kelley
supported the idea at


Tuesday's meeting, but
Thursday said he had a
few concerns.
Kelley said he thinks
there may be more posi-
tive ways the city could
find to boost the economy,
but does not fault Yeager
for always looking for
opportunities for the city.
South Lake Chamber of
Commerce President Ray
San Fratello said he grew
up in a small New York
town where harness racing
was prevalent since the
1940s and said he's accus-
tomed to "the good, bad
and the ugly of it."
"I don't think it would
hurt to pursue it," San


Fratello said. "Jobs would
definitely be created, but
on the other hand you've
got gaming so you'd have
to have the community
buy into the notion of
that kind of adult enter-
tainment."
A press release from the
city manager's office
Thursday said that city
officials will be exploring
the idea further with inter-
ested developers to deter-
mine exactly what is possi-
ble.
City officials said they
will also be seeking input
from the public.


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Let's honor our local veterans


Veterans throughout our
country's history have
made many sacrifices so
we can enjoy the freedoms we
have today.
In previous years, there has
been discussion on how to
honor Lake County men and
women who have dutifully
served their country.
Now, thanks to the efforts of
local volunteers, it appears that
years of work and planning are
coming together through the
construction of a Lake County


Veterans Memorial.
The structure is set to be built
in Fountain Lake Park, across
from city hall in downtown
Leesburg.
But help from the public is still
needed.
In fact, memorial organizers
estimate there are 37,000
wartime veterans in Lake
County. And they're asking for
the community's help in finding
those soldiers.
Don Van Beck and George
Waters are helping lead the
charge to build the memorial.'


Although donations are being
accepted for the site, Van Beck
and Waters are more concerned:
with obtaining names for the
memorial.
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memorial, call (352) 314-2100 or'
visit www.lakeveterans.com.
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County veteran whose dt
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Members of Granville Beville Chapter #2234 of United Daughters of the Confederacy are: Kathy BlacK,
Karen Larsen, Peggy Griffin, Carolyn Shaw, Bonnie Tenney, Laura Strickland, Joyce Higginbotham, Jessica
Hoag, Eloise Pitts, Peggy Sloan, Doris Sue Smith, Deborah Riddle, Mary Harrison, Marilyn Barnes, Jewel
Stansell, Belle Phillips and Carol Tomlinson. The recent meeting of Granville Beville chapter of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy featured a program entitled "Out of Salt", presented by Belle Phillips who
discussed the great difficulty faced by the Confederacy during the War Between the States because of
the blockade of ports. in addition to the importance for food products, without the much needed salt the
troops weren't able to tan leather for shoes, belts, harnesses, machinery belts, gaskets and pads.


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Pictured are the staff of Polio Tropical, 2625 E Hwy 50, Clermont, with a replica of the check for $2100
that they will donate to the Education Foundation of Lake County.
Polio Tropical raised $2,100 by serving a free chicken meal to more than 2000 customers at the P611o0
Tropical Free Chicken Day Benefit.


GREEN ISLE


Pictured are Katie Kurz of the Cooper Memorial Library teen group and Larry Dodge of Friends of the
Library adult group holding some of the books that have been donated to the upcoming Book Sale to be
held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 28 at Jenkins Auditorium. The book sale proceeds will go
toward covering the budget shortfalls created when the State was forced to cut back on the library
funding.


KIWANIS


Rev. Steve Zepp is the new
executive director of the Green
Isle Children's Ranch. Rev. Zepp
has 22 years of experience
operating children's homes.
Green Isle Children's Ranch, a
Christian residential program for
at-risk children, is now
accepting boys ages 7 to 14 into
the program. Boys of other ages
are considered according to the
child's need. Green Isle helps
boys who exhibit mild to
moderate behavioral problems
and also learning disabilities in
their on-site school. Private
donations and proceeds from
its thrift store, on Montevista
Road in Groveland, have
enabled Green isle to help
hundreds of children since its
inception in 1987. Green Isle
accepts no government funding
while grants from corporations
and foundations subsidize
scholarships for disadvantaged
children. Green Isle is accredited
by the Florida Association of
Christian Child Caring Agencies
and the Florida Association of
Private Schools.


The NTC Fast Track is a track and field program for boys and girls
emphasizing the importance of being physically active. The program will
foster all around skill development and teach fundamental skills In
running, jumps and throws. Keep your kids active and healthy, get them
on the NTC Fast Track
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LOST LAKE


The Terrific Kids of Lost Lake Elementary School are Tiffany Rampersaid, Alexandra Graves, Paige,
Larrabee, Elise Dullas, Daniel Johnson, Sameera Rahim, Nathan Albertson, Cassie Green, Helena Fuentes,
Nathaniel Jenkins, Harry Whitemore, Jaziah Barnes, Eli Sotelo, Jacob Nesmith, Alex Fernandez, Ally
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The Terrific Kids of Sawgrass Bay Elementary School are Luis Quintero, Asaad East, Jocelyn Jaramillo, Gabriella Rodriguez-Montero, Daniel
Bloomer, Chace Maus, Alejandra Rodriguez, Stephanie Perez, Julia DeLima, Wesley Thompson, Jonathan Ramirez, Alexis McGrory, Sergio
'Leon-Sanchez, Tristin Meza, Taylor Krall, Timmy Jemison, Deliveon Logan, Andres Hernandez, Cameron Figueroa, Katelin Ward, Tavious Hoyt,
:Miguel Cortes, Lawrence Rivera, Ashley Gallahair, Xavier Laforty, Jillian Mayer, Carina Vitale, Hayley White, Kianna Espada, Jillienne Riethmiller,
;:iancarlo' Ferrer, Kaili Fuchs, Margarita Morales, Juan Caffoll, Jake Phipps, Adriana Malo, Tracey Doan, Kortnee Johnson, Tyasia Blackwell,
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SPELLING BEE


The winners of the Clermont Elementary School annual spelling bee are: Parker Hollerand second
place, Principal Cleamstine Caple and Phil Promsurin first place. Congratulations to all of the class
winners.


MONTVERDE


Pictured are Dean of Montverde Academy Middle School Warren Delmolino and Middle School Dean for
the Day Samantha "Sam" Lafferty. Samantha's pare. and Mrs. Lafferty purchased this opportunity for Sam
at the Celebrating Education Event last year. Sam greeted the middle school students-as they arrived
and performed the many tasks as the Dean. It was a great "learning experience." for Sam, .


CLERMO0NT

BLESSED SACRAMENT
CATHOLIC CHURCH
720 12th Street Clermont, FL 34711
352-394-3'562
Saturday Vigil Masses
English- 4 pm and Spanish: 7 pm
Sunday Masses:
8 ah, 10 am, 12 noon (Contemporary Mass)
5 pm (Contemporary Mass)
Reconciliation on Saturday:
3:00.pm 3:45 pm (Eng.)
6:15 pm 6:45 pm (Sp.)
Comer of Hwy 50 & 12th St. (Rt 561)
www.blessedsacramentcc.com

CATHEDRAL OF POWER
INTERNATIONAL
BRAND NEW.LOCATION!
202 Hatteras Ave
(off of Citrus Tower Blvd)
"The Place of Expectancy"
Corporate Prayer Sunday 10:20am
, Sunday Worship 10:30am i
Kingdom Kidz Sunday 10:30am
Kingdom Babies Nursery (Sundays)
Intercessory Prayer Monday 7:30pm
Generation of Power (Youth) Thursday 7:30am
-Bible Study Thursday 7:30pm .
Women By Design (3'V Sunday Night) 6pm
Men of Power (Bi-monthly)
EO.C.U.S (Singles) (Bi-monthly)
Kingdom Covenant Couples (Quarterly)
*2nd Service Coming EASTER
Pastors Christopher & Carla Walker
352-404-9975 www.cathedralofpower.ourt


CELEBRATION OF PRAISE
CHURCH OF GOD
3700 S. U.S. Hwy. 27 (352) 394-2855
*www.celebrationo(praise.net
Staff:
Chris & Julie Dutruch, Senior Pastor
Everett & Kateena Gates, Executive &
Worship Pastor
Jimmy & Tracy Williams, Associate Pastor
Dale & Raye Cosden, Administrative Pastor
Will & Beatriz Perez, Hispanic Ministries Pastor
Rodney & Sherri McKinley, Youth Pastor
Jason & Melinda Benson, Children's Pastor
Dustin & Jessica Alexander, Media
Production Specialist
Travis Hill, Lead Musician
Sherri McKinley, Chief Financial Officer
Mary Withers, Chaplain of Pastoral Care
Ian Withers, Facility Director
Stephanie Aguiar, Church Secretary
Michelle Jenkins, Church Secretary
SUNDAY
Worship 9:30 am
Children's Service 9:30 am
Hispanic Worship Service 2:00 pm
TUESDAY
Bible Study & Prayer 10:00 am
Crossroads Grief Support by appt. only
Hispanic Bible Study 7:30 pm
WEDNESDAY
Family Enrichment Service 7:00 pm
Marriage Ministry 7:00 pm
Children: Ages 3-11 yrs 7:00 pm
dv8 Youth Service Ages 12-18 7:00 pm
PRESCHOOL/DAYCARE .
Children of Promise Nurturing Center ,
Infant Pre-K A BEKA Curriculum
Stacy Butterworth, Director 352-536-9268
www.daycare@celebrationofpraise.net

CHURCH OF CHRIST
500 Grand Hwy. 352-394-7374
Sunday School 9:00'am
Sunday Worship 10:00 am & 6:00 pm
Wednesday 7:00 pm

CONGREGATION SINAI
A Mainstream Jewish Congregation
Religious services are conducted on the second
and last Friday of each month at 8:00 pm
Services are held at Jenkins Auditorium in'
downtown Clermont (next ro cityrv hall)


West Montrose and 7th St.
in Downtown Clermont.
High Holiday Services
Religious School
Educational and Social Activities
www.congregationsinai-clermontorg
e-mail: congregationsinai@cfl.rr.com
Message Line: 352-243-5353

THE CROSSING CHURCH
Where Faidh Comes to Life
Sunday 10:00 am
at South Lake Charter School
15220 Hartwood Marsh Rd
Clermont 34711
Nursery & Children's
Activities Provided
Kendal Anderson, lead pastor
352-241-9909
www.thecrossingchurch.org

FAITH FELLOWSHIP CHURCH
915 W. DeSoto St.
Sunday School 9:45 am
Sunday Worship 10:30 am & 6:30 pm
Wednesday Worship 7:00 pm
Omar Walker 394-5966

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
"People Connecting with God, Others,
and the World"
498 W. Montrose Street
(352) 394-4221
clermontfirstbaptist.com
Sunday Worship
9:30 am Traditional
11:00 am Contemporary
(Children's Church 11:00am)


FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
"Encountering Christ, Growing in Christ, Sharing
Christ, wherever we are..."
950 Seventh St. 352-394-2412 -
Pastor: Rev. Doug Kokx
www.fumc-clermont.org
Saturday Worship Service 6:30 pm
Sun. Worship (Traditional) 8 & 11:00 am
Sun. Worship (Contemporary) 9:30 am
Sunday School 9:30 am & 11:00 am
Sun. High School POWERhouse 7-8:30 pm
Wednesday Men's Fellowship
(at Holiday Inn Express) 6:30 am
Tuesday Middle School POWERhouse
6:00 8:00 pm
Nursery Provided All Events
Weekday School:
Preschool

GRACE COMMuNITY CHURCH
CLERMONT, FL
Evangelical Free Church of America
Honored to serve among the other
fine churches of South Lake County
Sunday Worship: 10:00 am
Many Other Activities each week
Jon Bekemeyer, Senior Pastor
Chuck Kinzer, Associate Pastor
-Brooke McKinney, Youth Pastor
Sam Reckart, Worship Pastor
14244 Johns Lake Road, Clermont
(1/2 Mile East of Wal-Mart)
407-877-4048
communitychurchclermont.org

GRAND HIGHWAY BAPTIST CHURCH
(One-block east of the Citrus Tower)
100 S. Grand Hwy., Clermont 34711
352-536-2824
Sunday School 9:30 am
Sunday Worship 10:30 am
Sunday Evening 6:00 pm
Wednesday 7:00 pm
Nursery provided for all services
Children's church during morning svc.
"Sharing God's love across the street
and around the world"
Rev. Joel Shackelford, Senior Pastor
www.grandhwybaptist.org

IGLESIA METODISTA UNIDA
"EL FARO"
"I Inn iolesia con mnletp no nn-, U


brazos abiertos"
950 7th Street, Clermont, FL 34711
(esquina Hwy 50 & calle 7)
Reuniones en el Salon Social
Todos los Domingos a las 6:00 pm
Visitas a los hogares con cita previa.
Favor de Ilamar para mas informacion'y
pedidos de oracidn.
Pastora Maria Fernandez
321-946-6833

LIBERTY BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday
Bible Fellowship Groups 9:30 am
Worship Service 10:40 am
Family Prayer Service 6:00 pm
Wednesday
Bible Study 7:00 pm
Groups for adults, teens, and children
-Nursey provided for all services-
Chris Johnson, Senior Pastor
For directions and more information, visit:
wuwm.lbcclermont.org
11043 True Life Way
Clermont, FL 34711
352,394.0708
Located just off of Lakeshore Dr.

NEW JACOB'S CHAPEL MISSIONARY
BAPTIST CHURCH
410 W. Hwy. 50
Clermont, FL 34711
Phone: 352-394-4720
Rev. Rex Anderson, Pastor
Minister Nathenia Montgomery, Assistant Pastor
Minister Kenneth Williams, Youth Pastor
Church Motto: "Equipping Changed People for A
Changing World!"
Saturday Intercessgry Prayer 8:00 a.m.
Sunday Services Morning Service 7:45 &
11:00 a.m.
Wednesday Youth Bible Study 6:30 p.m.
Thursday Adult Bible Study 6:45 p.m.
Website: www.newjacobschapel.com
e-mail: info@newjacobschapel.com

PRIMERA IGLESIA BAUTISTA
HISPANA DE CLERMONT
498 West Montrose Street
Clermont, Fl 34711
352-394-4221
Intinerario de Nuestros Servicios
Domingo: Estudlo Biblico 9:45 am
Servicio de Adoracion 11:00 am
Miercoles: Esundio Biblico y Oracion 7:00 pm

REAL LIFM CHRISTIAN CHURCH
"Helping real people, find
real faith, for the real world"
Worship Tunimes
Saturday 6:00 pm
Sunday 9:30 & 11:15 am
Weekend Programs
The EDGE (Children)
All Services
Student Life Groups
Sundays 9:30 am (Middle School)
Sunday 11:15 am (High School)
The Way (Middle & High School) '
Wednesday 6:00 9:00 pm
www.getreallife.com
1501 Steve's Rd 352-394-3553

RENAISSANCE CHURCH
"Church For A Change"
Sunday Worship 10:00 am
830 W Montrose St..
Clermont, Florida 34711
Children's Ministry Provided
James Wheeler, lead pastor
352-425-3288
www.thechurchforachange.com

THE RIVER CHURCH
796 Hooks St.
Clermont, FL 34711
Coffee & Doughnuts 9:30 am
Sunday Worship 10:00 am
River Kids Church &
River Babies Nursery available
Wednesday H20 Surge Youth Group
A.nn R.n


Wednesday 1 Ihursday connect Uroups
7:00 pm 8:30 pm
For more information call 352-243-7505 or
email us at Office@RiverChurchClermont.com
Visit our website at
www.riverchurchclermont.com

SHEPHERD OF THE HILL LUTHERAN
13600 Caspian Lane
Tuesday 8:30 am at the
Bob Evans on Hwy 27
is Pastor's Prayer Breakfast
Wed: Service 7 pm & Choir Practice 7:30 pm
Worship Services 8:00 am & 10:15 am
Sunday School 9:00 am .
Rev. Jonathan C. Ostenberg
(352) 394-3382

SoUTH LAKE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
A Place of Love, Life & Growth
131 Chestnut St., Clermont
352-394-2753
East Ave 1 block south of SR 50
Worship Times:
Sunday
9 AM (Casual); 11 AM (Traditional)
5 PM Song in the Night (Artistic/Alternative)
Church school for all ages 9:30 AM
Childcare provided.
www.southlakepresbyterian.org

ST. MATIHIAS EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Experience Traditional Worship
and a Warm Welcome!'
574 Montrose St. 394-3855
in Downtown Clermont
Sunday Services 8 & 10 a.m.
Sunday School & Nursery 9:45 a.m.
Wednesday Evening Service & Study 5:30 p.m.
www.stmatthiasfl.org

WOOTSON TEMPLE CHURCH OF GOD
IN CHRIST
Elder T.L. Wootson
836 Scott St. Clermont, FL 34711
394-1396 or 394-3004
Sunday 11:00 am & 7:30 pm
Thursday 7:30 pm



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FERNDALE BAPTIST CHURCH
at CR455 & CR561A
407-469-3888
Pastor: Scott Fortenberry
Sunday School: 9:15 am
Sunday Morning Worship: 10:30 am
Evening Worship &
Discipleship Study: 6:00 pm
TeamKid: Sunday 6:30 pm
Wednesday: 7:00 pm
Prayer Service, Youth Activities,
Mission Kids for Children

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GROVELAND

BETTER LIFE WORSHIP CENTER
1200 W. Broad Street Groveland, FL 34736
Tel (352) 429-2634
Fax (352) 429-2831
WWW.UNAMEIORVIDA.NET
Bishop Juan Rivera, Senior Pastor
OFFICE HOURS
Tuesday & Thursday 9:00 am 5:00 pm
Wednesday & Friday 9:00 am 4:00 pm
Lunch Hour 12:00 noon- 1:00 pm
WORSHIP SERVICES
Sunday: Worship Services
First Worship Service English 9:00 am 10:30 am
Second Worship Service Spanish
11:00 am- 1:00 pm
Wednesday Family Training Hour 7:30 pm
Thursday Prayer Service 10:00 am
Friday Worship Service/Youth 7:30 pm
Frida, Fu.n Nihr/r"hildren 7.1: 0m


EDGE MEMORIAL UNITED METHODIST
CHURCH
441 S. Main Avenue, Groveland
352-429-2572
Rev. Dr. Donna Manwairing
Traditional Worship 9:30 AM
Praise Worship 11:00 AM
Sunday Fellowship 10:30 to 11:00 AM
Wednesdays'5:30 PM Dinner
Wednesday 6:30 PM Christian Education

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
137 E. Cherry St. 429-2651
Sunday School 9:45 am
Sunday Worship 10:50 am & 7:00 pm
Wednesday 7:00 pm

MT. OLIVE MISSIONARY"
BAPTiST CHURCH
Sunday Worship Service 11:00 AM
Sunday School 9:30 AM
Prayer Service Saturday 8:30 AM
Bible Study Wednesday 7:00 PM &
2nd and 4th Sundays 4:00 PM
Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church
15641 Stuckey Loop
Stuckey, FL 34736 (West of Mascotte)
Rev. Clarence L. Southall-Pastor
Phone: (352)429-3888

PRAISE TEMPLE CHURCH OF GOD
"Where you can experience the Difference"
Pastor: Rev. Clayton B. Langley
There's a lot happening at Praise Temple and
we want you to be a part of it! Everyone is
welcome and is invited to join us for times of
fellowship, growth; and worship.
Sunday: Sunday School 9:45 am
Morning Worship 10:30 am
Children's Church 9:45 am
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Bible Study Sunday 9:45 am
Sunday Worship 11:00 am
-Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm
Wednesday Worship 7:00 pm
Youth & Children meet
6:00 7:00 pm every Wed
Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 pm
Sam's to Yam's

TEMPLE OF THE LIVING GOD
415 Old Hwy 50 394-4596
Sunday School 9:30 am
Sunday Worship & Children's Church 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm
Wed Worship & Youth Service 7:00 pm
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First Sunday evening monthly 6:00 pm
Pastors Jim and Linda Watson
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Sunday Praise
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Adult/Youth/Children Groups
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407-469-4569


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(2 miles N of SR 50 on CR 455)
Sunday Worship 8:30 am & 11:00 am
Sunday School 9:45 am
Monday Worship 7:00 pm
Pastor: Rev. Dr. Brian N. Kneser
(407) 469-2525


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www.mosaicfl.ore
407-654-8220
Worship Service Sunday's at
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608 W. Oakland Ave.
Oakland, FL. 34760


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218 E. Oakland Ave.
(1/2 mile N. Hwy 50 at
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8:45 am Contemporary Worship
9:45 am Sunday School For All Ages
11:00 am Traditional Worship
Nursery Provided All Services
407-656-4452
Dr. Robert P. Hines, Jr.
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BUSINESS BRIEF

-- Raymond James Financial IRA Alternatives" be offered at no-cost at various scored by the Clermont Woman's booth, e-mail
Services, Inc. has scheduled a April 8 "Making Lake County Library System loca- Club, is scheduled from 10 a.m. to BSsportzfan@aol.com.
series of Financial Management Informed IRA Beneficiary Choices" tions through out 2009. 2 p.m. Saturday, Mar. 28 at SOUTH LAKE CHAMBER OF
Workshops. The workshops are May 13 "Financial Planning for The first seminar "How to Start Minneola City Hall, 800 N Hwy COMMERCE events:.
free and will cover a wide variety a Healthy Future" a Business" is scheduled from 27. Applications.are still available Ambassador Breakfast -- 7:30 -
of investment and economic sub-- June 10 "Retirement Plan 11:45 a.m. 1 p.m. Wednesday, for vendors that would like to be 8:30 a.m. -- Friday, Feb. 20 at
ject. Scott F. Keiber, Raymond Alternatives for Small Business" Feb. 11 at Cagan Crossings a part of this year's Expo. Minneola City Hall. Sponsored by
James Financial Advisor, will host For more information or to Comm. Library. It is designed to This has proven to be a terrific the Community Foundation of
the workshops. The workshops -make a reservation, call Scott help entrepreneurs understand time to learn about our local busi- South Lake County, catering by
will be held at 10:30 a.m. or at Keiber at 404-5158. what it takes to start a business nesses and have fun while you are Cheeser's Palace Cafe. Event is
5:30 p.m. at the Raymond James The Small Business and will be taught by Gene learning. Some of the ven- Free.
Financial Services Office, 3170 Development Center at UCF in Romagna, site manager for the dors that are already.signed up are Lunch N Learn 11:30 a.m. to 1
Citrus Tower Blvd., Lost Lake Clermont is partnering with the SBDC. For more information, call Belk Department Store, Pampered p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 24. Lori Baker
Professional Village, Clermont. Lake County Library System to 407-420-4850 or go online to Chef, Mary Kay Cosmetics, of Liberty Tax will be the speaker.
There will be a morning worLight offer a Brown Bag Lunch Seminar www.sbdcorlando.com Clermont Police Dept. and $15 for members, $20 for non-
refreshments will be served. Series on the basics of starting a The Seventh Annual South Walgreen's. For more information members. Call 394-4191 for reser-
March 11 "Optimizing Your small business. The seminars will Lake Women's Club Expo, spon- about the Expo or obtaining a vations.

HEALTH CALENDAR


WOMEN'S SHELTER HOTLINE -
753-5800
Post-abortion healing Bible
study "SaveOne" deals with
issues of guilt and shame that
many people experience after
abortion. The study will be a
guide into the amazing forgive-
ness and love of God where
there is peace and restoration.
The leaders of the study are
post-abortive and all informa-
tion shared in the group study
is kept confidential. This is a
safe place to come for healing
and support. Classes meet week-
ly from 6:30 8 p.m. at Real Life
Christian Church for 12 weeks.
Pre-registration is required. For


more information or to register,
call Janet with Beauty for Ashes
at 874-5164.
Narcotics Anonymous open
meetings:
8 p.m. Tuesday at First
Missionary Baptist Church, 153
Mills St., Groveland;
8 p.m. Wednesday at
Wootson Temple, 836 Scott St.,
Clermont;
7:30 p.m. Friday at Shepherd
of the Hills, 13600 Caspian
Lane, Clermont.
-- South Lake Hospital has
scheduled a variety of Health &
Wellness programs at the
National Training Center, 1109
Citrus Tower Blvd., Clermont.
Joint Replacement


Education from 10 a.m. noon
Tuesday. For people scheduled
for hip or knee replacement sur-
gery. Call 394-4071, X4419. No
fee
First Aid from 6 10
p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 18
covering the most common -
medical and injury scenerios.
Course fee is $25. Call 241-7109
Stroke Support Group
from 11 a.m. 12:30 p.m. on
Friday, Feb. 20 offering educa-'
tion, motivation and support
for stroke victims and their fam-
ily. Call 241-7144, X4600
Lupus Support Group at
noon on Saturday, Feb. 21. Call
394-4210. No fee
Diabetes Self


Management Education from
8:30 a.m. 3 p.m. Wednesday,
Feb. 25 designed to help diabet-
ics learn self-care behaviors.
Spouse and guests also welcome.
Course fee is $5. Call 241-7109.
Childbirth Education, a
five week course, from 6:30 -
8:30 p.m. beginning'Tuesday,
Feb. 24 prepares new parents for
labor, delivery and postpartum,
also how to care for yourself
and your baby after delivery.
Call 241-7109.
"Heart Disease in
Seniors" from 6 8 p.m. on
Wednesday, Feb. 25 presented
by Aamir Javaid, M.D. of Florida
Cardiology. Call 394-4071,
X4419. No fee


Freedom from Smoking,
the American Lung Association's:
eight week smoking cessation
course, from 6:30 8:30 p.m.
every Monday is a step by step
method for changing behavior,
quitting smoking or other nico-
tine addiction habits. Course fee:
is'$75. Call 241-7109
Also scheduled at the
Women's Health Center, Second
floor sutiroom:
Mom's Morning Out from 10
11:30 a.m. on Wednesdays, Feb
18 and 25 for moms of new-
borns through six months. A
chance to join a causal, fun and:
supportive group to discuss issue-.
of concern to new moms. Call
241-7109. No fee.


FAITH CALENDAR


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Windermere Union
Church, United Church of
Christ has planned a
"Wellness On the go"
Health Fair from 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. on Saturday, Feb.
21at the church, 10710
Park Ridge Gotha Rd,
Windermere. The fair is
free and open to the public
and will include health
screenings, free seminars,
chair massages and much
more. A variety of health
companies will have
booths offering useful
information and there will


be a special six month
weight loss challenge for
those interested. The
"Wellness On the Go"
Health Fair is sponsored by
Metabolic Balance
American. For more infor-
mation, call Karen at 407-
802-9023.
-- Shepherd of the Hills
Lutheran Church video/dis-
cussion series on
Christianity at various
times during the day, call
394-3382 for details.
-- Shepherd of the Hills
Lutheran Church worship


services are at 8 a.m. and
10:15 a.m on Sundays with
Sunday School for all ages
at 9 a.m.
-- Breakfast with Pastor
Jon at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday at
Bob Evans Restaurant, US
Hwy 27 near Walmart.
-- Shepherd of the Hills
Lutheran Church has
scheduled a family friend-
ly, informatl worship serv-
ice at 7 p.m. Wednesday
evenings.
-- Shepherd of the Hills
Lugheran Church has a
newspaper and magazine


recycling container at the
entrance to the church
grounds. All proceeds from
the recycling will benefit
the FAITH Neighborhood
Center food bank.
Shepherd of the Hills
Lutheran Church Ash
Wednesday Liturgical
Service at 7 p.m. Feb. 28.
-- Church at South Lake
has scheduled "Perspectives
on the World Christian
Movement" from 6 9
p.m. every Monday at the
church, 268 Mohawk Rd.,
Clermont.


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The East Ridge High
School Band Boosters have
scheduled a Flea Market at 6
a.m. Saturday on the East
Ridge High School Football
Field. 15 x 15 spaces are
available for $30 for all ven-
dors. Admission will be a
donationo. If you are a
crafter or have items to sell
and are you looking for a
good deal, sign up for a
space. For more informa-
tion, call Crystal Lee at 874-
5942 or Shirley Douglas at
243-6000.
-The Lake County.
Library System is sponsoring
the 10th annual Bookmark
Design Contest for Lake
County students K through
12, the theme will be
"Fantastic Florida". Each
bookmark entry should
illustrate something that
makes Florida a great place
to live, work and play.
Deadline for submissions is
Feb. 20 and entry forms and
guidelines may be picked up
at any county library.
Winners will be announced
at the Festival of Reading
Event in March. For more
information, call 253-6169
or go online to mylakeli-
brary.org
-- The Clermont Garden
Club and the Florida
Federation of Garden Clubs
is seeking students, grades
10 12, to sponsor at the
annual environmental con-
ference "Save the Earth's
Environment through
Knowledge" scheduled for
July 12 to 22. For more
information or to register,


call 394-6375 or visit
www.ffgc.org.
East Ridge Middle
School Advisory Council has
scheduled a meeting at 5
p.m. Tuesday in the Media
Center, 13201 Excalibur Rd.,
Clermont.
The regular School
Board of Lake County
Meeting-is scheduled at 6
p.m, Monday, Feb. 23 in the
Commission Chambers,


Lake County Administration
Building, 315 West Main St.,
Tavares.
Clermont Elementary
School's Title I Parent
Resource Room is open 6 to
8 p.m. on Thursdays. The
room is designed especially
for parents. A Parent
Involvement Teacher
Assistant is available to help
with any resource. Call 394-
2706.


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We are pleased to announce that as
of January In response to client
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The Veterinary Trauma Center of
Groveland will be offering a community
vaccination service for dogs and oats.
While the VTC will continue to provide
day & night advanced level surgical and
medical care we are expanding to offer
pet vaccinations on a limited basis.
For Information, or appointment
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Clermont, Clermont Office Suites was created to bring
affordable office space for small businesses in South Lake
County. The building which dates back to the early 1920's
was remodeled in 2004 for 5 offices and, because the
venture was so successful, the building was completely
gutted and renovated to 2008 state safety standards for an
addition of 5 more and larger offices. Keeping small
businesses in mind Ed and Linda's plan is to have All-
Inclusive office space. This means that tenants pay one
price per month for rent and all amenities such as unlimited
phone service for local and long distance phone calls, use
of a state-of-the-art conference room with video and
telephone conferencing, high speed internet, all utilities,
ADT Security for peace of mind and 24/7 access, daily
cleaning service, dally USPS mail delivery plus FedEx and
UPS delivery. Situated across the street from the Clermont
Police Department tenants and customers have an easy
walk to the Post Office, library, restaurants, City Hall,
waterfront pier and park and other local businesses.
Besides use by the tenants' local civic groups use the
conference room occasionally for meetings.
Clermont Office Suites caters to professionals and
current tenants include Financial Services, Attorneys,
Educational Programs and Professional Services. Rent for
the All-inclusive office space begins at $299.00 a month.
Ed and Linda are members of the So Lake Chamber of
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59 Years Ago 1960
An estimated 2,500 people attended
the first Labor Day Jamboree spon-
sored by American Legion South
Lake Memorial Post #55 at the Lake
Minneola Beach, a project of the Junior
Chamber of Commerce, according to
Legion committee member Jim
McDonald. This number includes dupli-
cates since some people made two or
three trips'to the beach during the day.
: Treasuries of the cooperating organiza-
tions will be enriched, according to early
indications. On the basis of early sell-outs
at the various booths the financial state-
ment should be a healthy one.
The Jaycees sold out of meat early and
had to replenish their store, while the hot
dog stand of the Boy Scouts did a thriving
business that exhausted its supplies. The
chuck-a-luck, wheel of fortune, Dutch
auction ahd other games all had a big
play. The Legion will receive 20% of the
profits. I
* Members of the Legion committee
sponsoring the event were Orrin Ward,
chairman; Bert Willis, Dick Willis, Col.
Louis Ford, Charles Pool, Jr. and Jim
M4cDonald.
: Cooperating organizations and their
representatives were: Welfare League, Mrs.
Dorothy Smith; Veterans of Foreign Wars
Auxiliary, Mrs. Regina Harper; Altar
Society, Mrs. Fran Sherry; American
Legion Committee, Charles Pool, Jr.;
American Legion Auxiliary, Mrs. Bert
Willis; Clermont Fire Department, Dick
Willis; Boy Scouts, Harry L. Brown; Girl
Scouts, Mrs. Orrin S. Frase; Garden Club,
Mrs. Vic Oswalt; Woman's Club, Miss
Florence Holton; Lions Club, D.L. Moore;
Junior Chamber of Commerce, Curtis
Reed; Varsity "C" Club, Ed Stack and
Minneola Progressive Club, Bob Black.
Although there was lots of excitement
andcrowds in town during the Labor Day
weekend, Clermont passed through the
entire weekend without a singe traffic
accident.
20 Years Ago 1989
"Gem of the Hills' owners Grace and
William Strosberg and Dale and Darryl
Ladd were pleased when County
Commissioners approved their Planned
Unit Development Jan. 10;
Commissioners voted 4-1 with
Commissioner Richard Swartz voting
against. County Planning and Zoning had,
denied the request 8-0 in December.
-The proposed, totally private housing
development in the Clermont area is to be
enclosed by a privacy wall with a security
entrance and is on Lhke Shore Dr.,west of
Lake Susan on property adjoining the fire
station on 561. Original request was 223
units on the 95-acre site.
Commissioner Tom Windram moved
for approval, providing the treatment
plant be internalized, that the total num-
ber be reduced to 195 single, family
dwellings (detached) for a net density of
3.5 units per acre or 2.1 units per gross
acre and that the two-acre area for com-
mercial be zoned C-1 for 6,500 square feet
of building space and that it too be inter-
nalized, along with RV storage. (This prop-
erty eventually developed as Lake Susan
Landing.)
Mary Louise Haack of Groveland has


Remember

When
Ann Dupee


garnered another award for her excellent
administration of the Groveland
Neighborhood Center and for her love
and caring for the people it serves.
She was one of two people honored
with the first ever Judges Award for out-
standing contributions to Lake County at
the Jan. 11 awards banquet and ceremony
of the Lake County League of Cities and
sponsored by the Lake Sentinel.
County Commissioners voted to accept
title to the property in the Okahumpka
area where the Garbage Burn Plant is
being constructed. Ogden Martin Systems,
who is building the plant, will lease the
site from the county.
Las Vegas Night, Saturday, Jan. 28, 8
p.m.-12 a.m. Elks Club Clermont.
Donation $15 per couple. All Proceeds
Go To Charity. Hors d'oeuvres, Door
* Prizes, Prizes to Top Winners. Beta Theta
Chapter ESA, Clermont. Tickets available
at the Chamber and Hilltop Stationery.
City of Minneola begins a street
improvement project. Construction will
begin on Oakland St., with Chester to fol-
low.
Clermont City Council approved a
Conditional Use Permit, to locate the
ambulance service to the corner of Hwy
27 and Highland Ave.
Clermont Council appointments. Hal
Turville, Mayor. PrqTem; Lake Apopka
Natural Gas Board, Jack Sargent; Liaison to
Cooper Memorial Library, Mayor Bob
Pool; Clermont Chamber of Commerce,
Lester Cole -- Ken Norquist, alternate;
Lake County Water Authority, Hal
Turville; Lake County League of Cities
Board, Ann Dupee -- Wayne Saunders,
alternate; East Central Florida Regional
Planning Council, Ann Dupee, she also
represents ECFRPC on the Florida Policy
Plan Committee.
Mrs. Dupee has become a member of
the Florida League of Cities
Intergovernmental Relations Committee,
which is spearheading the issue with the
State Legislature to get the state to volun-
tarily stop mandating programs to' local
government without funding. (This
passed on the ballot as Amendment 3 but
was never enacted.)
P&Z reappointments: Marilyn George,
Robert Mitchell, Bonnie Kranz, Adelbert
(Buck) Evans, Cecil Smart; new appointee,
James H. Brown. Code Enforcement
Board reappointments: William
McKinney, Martin Wright, Ed Ivey, Ed
Whitehead. South Lake Council for the
Arts reappointments: Nick Jones, Paul
Lewis, Mary Ogilvie, Steve Monn, Bonnie
Homan Ray; Chris Kurz. Parks and
Recreation: Cuqui Whitehead, Bobby
Pool, Bob Milke, Karen Turville, Robert
Mitchell, Jack Gaines, Larry Maynor,
Carol Whitfield, Howard Barry.


ROXANNE BROWN
Staff Writer.
CLERMONT The quality, service and per-
sonal attention offered by Clermont Florist
owner Joe Smith will not be changing any time
soon.
But the location he works out of will.
"We're moving to get seen and to be more
accessible to our customers," Smith said.
Smith has owned Clermont Florist since 1997
and was flourishing in his original location near
the Citrus Tower until the store burned down.
He moved into a temporary location, then into
his current location off State Road 50 and East
Avenue, which residents have come to know as
one of the area's top florists.
"People walk into this store and say 'Oh my
God,' said long-time customer and Winter
Garden resident Irene King. "You can get the
most beautiful flowers and wonderful goodies
from the gift shop, and his (Smith's) work is
exceptional."
"If you want something different that's just
like 'Wow,' this is where you come," she said.
Currently, Smith is working with an architect
on redesigning the future home of Clermont
Florist, a building formerly known as "the pink
house," on the southeast corner of State Road 50
and Fifth Street.
"The pink house" has been known for illegal
drug activity and is considered an eyesore in an
area near the entrance to downtown Clermont.
Smith plans to turn the building into some-
thing the community will be proud of and take
the time to rediscover.
"We're extremely thrilled to take a sow's ear
and turn it into a silk purse," Smith said. "I
think the community it going to really benefit
from it."
"When we are done, that whole corner section
is going to look so different. We can't wait,"'
Smith said.
The new location will increase his space from
1,500 square feet to about 2,000.
Clermont Florist currently offers flower
arrangements, plants and a gift shop full of


COMMUNITY


WOMEN'S SHELTER
HOTLINE 753-5800
-- LIFE, a social support
program for widowed persons,
has scheduled a luncheon at
11:30 a.m. on Wednesday in
the Eustis Community Center,
601 North Shore Drive, Eustis.
The guest speaker will be
Kathryn Lynn of Millhorn Law
Firm, who will discuss the
legalities which need clarifica-
tion when a spouse dies. The
buffet will be $10, call 787-
0403 for reservations.
-- The annual Black History
Celebration is scheduled from
6 8 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 22 at
Jenkins Auditorium, 7th and
Montrose, Clermont. There
will be a play, poetry readings,
story telling by Bertie
Newbern, Karate and dance
demonstrations as well as deli-
cious vegan foods and beauti-
ful African Fashions modeled
by local residents. For more
information, call 408-1233,
404-9317 or 988-5033.
-- The Simon Thomas Brown


This Clermont florist has been in business sincq
1997. Owner Joe Smith (above) plans to move it to d
new location closer to downtown.

Webkinz, decorations, knick-knacks and jewel'
ry.
Smith plans to offer many custom-designed
packages for weddings, births, proms and sym-
pathy pieces, plus add to his selection of gift
baskets, a niche he said needs to be filled since
a lot of places have scaled back on those.
Smith said he has enjoyed getting to know
people in the community over the years. "People
always laugh at me because I know many of
their names," Smith said. "How can we not?
We've been with many of them through their
best and worst of times, so you get to know them
real well."
"It's like family."
For more information, call (352) 394-6108.,


NOTES


(1845-1928) Family Reunion is
scheduled from 11 a.m. to 2
p.m. Saturday, Feb. 21 at the
Groveland Masonic Lodge, 320
E. Jim Payne Rd., Groveland.
All family and friends are wel-
come. Please bring a covered
dish and any photos or history.
Simon Thomas Brown set-
tled on property now bordered
by Cherry Lake Road on the
north, S.R. 19 on the west, and
the Palatlakaha River on the
south sometime in 1870. The
area in the vicinity of the
bridge on Hwy. 19 has been
known as. Brown's Ford ever
since and members of the
Brown family have lived in
this area since that time.
-- Friends of Cooper
Memorial Library are plan-
ning a book sale at Jenkins
Auditorium on Saturday, Feb.
28. They are now asking for
donations of used books of any
and all types in good-condition.
All donated books may be
dropped off at Cooper
Memorial Library.


The South Lake Art
League's photography show;
sponsored by Becker Funeral
Home, is now open for the
month of February. Awards
. and ribbons will be presented
at a reception from 5 7:30
p.m. this evening.
The public is invited to
attend the show from 10 a.m.
to noon Sunday to Wednesday?
the Gallery will be open from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursday
and Friday. For more informa-
tion, call Shirley Sojourner at
394-73 38.
Weight Watchers have
scheduled meetings at 9 a.m.
every Saturday at Windermiere
Union Church, United Church
of Christ, 10710 Park Ridge
Gotha Road, Windermere?
Visitors and members are well
come to attend for a weigh-ini
and then stay for discussion or(
nutrition, activity, healthy
habits and successes to cele-
brate. For more information,
please log ontd
WeightWatchers.com.


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FRANK JOLLEY
Sports Editor
CLERMONT Jeremy
Wright and Frankie Davis
consider themselves, poster
children for the East Ridge
High School football team.
The pair joined the Knights
without fanfare, but with
seemingly unlimited poten-
tial and in search of direction
that could help them harness
their talents.
Wright and Davis found
that direction in coach Bud
O'Hara, who has spent most
,of the past 37 years driving
his student-athletes to suc-
ceed. Since arriving at East
Ridge seven seasons ago,
O'Hara's program has been
.the starting point for count-
less college careers.
Former East Ridge standout
Richard Jackson, who signed
originally with Notre Dame,
but has since transferred to
the University of Central
:'Florida, is one of O'Hara's
success stories. Other former
,Knights who have earned
athletic scholarships include:
Chimdi Chekwa (.Ohio
State), Chris Patrick
:(Charleston Southern) Greg
Lloyd (Connecticut), and
Harland Bower (signed with
Central Michigan before


Area signees
East Ridge
Frankie Davis Central Florida
JeremyWright Louisville
Leasburg
Darius Lightfoot Murray State
South Lake
Jonotthan Harrison Florida
Titus Mobley Copiah-Lincoln
cc
Uniatilla
Eric Samuels Vanderbilt
Only reaulut report to The Dlly


transferring to Gebrgia
Southern).
Wright and Davis joined
that group Wednesday when
the signed national letters of
intent during a ceremony in
the school auditorium as part
of National Signing Day, the
first high-school football
players can sign with the col-
lege of their choice.
Wright inked an agreement
with the University of
Louisville, while Davis opted
to stay closer to his family
and signed with UCF. Both
accepted full scholarship

See FOOTBALL, B4


ERHS standout


combines athletics,


academics to excel


as student-athlete


FRANK JOLLEY / SOUTH LAKE PRESS
Jeremy Wright (seated left) signs his national letter of intent while
Frankie Davis (seated .right) looks on during a signing ceremony
Wednesday at East Ridge High School. Davis signed with UCF.


FRANK JOLLEY / SOUTH LAKE PRESS
Ashley Lantes (seated) signs her commitment to walk on at Florida
Atlantic University Wednesday at East Ridge High School. Looking on
are (from left): East Ridge soccer coach Renae Cicchinelli, mother
Fawn.Lantes, Central Florida United coach Donna Fisdhter, and father
Carlos Lantes.


FRANK JOLLEY
Sports Editor
CLERMONT Soccer isn't
everything for Ashley Lantes.
The East Ridge High School
- senior has been a stalwart at
goalkeeper for the Knights,
averaging more than 20 saves
per game this season.
Despite her prowess as her
team's last line of defense,
Lantes is just as proud of her
4.4 grade point average in
the classroom. In fact, Lantes
is so proud of her academic
accomplishments that she
still is bothered by a "B" she
once received.
"I'm still upset with that
teacher," Lantes said.
Wednesday, however,
Lantes likely would not have
been upset with anything,
especially after she signed a
letter of commitment with
Florida Atlantic University in
Boca Raton, where she hopes
to play soccer as a walk on.
Lantes decided on FAU ear-
lier in the year and will be,
attending the school based
on her academic talents. At
FAU, Lantes hopes to further
her studies in the medical
field, likely physical therapy.


"My family is from Miami,
so that played a big role in
my decision to go there,"
Lantes said. "It's close to the
beach and the academics
there are second to none. I
used to see it in passing when
I was growing up, but never
visited the campus until last
summer and I fell in love
with it almost immediately."
Lantes said she began play-
ing soccer when she was 5
years old as a defensive play-
er, but quit shortly after that
and did not pick up the game
for nearly four years. She
moved to goalkeeper in the
eighth grader and immedi-
ately found to be more to her
liking.
She studied the position
and learned about position-
ing and how to direct the
defense in front of her. In
time, Lantes became a vocal
leader on the field and some-
one her teammates could on
with a game on the line.
Much of the discipline aind
maturity she displayed dur-
ing her developing years
were traits she used in the

See LANTES, B3


South Lake girls beat Tavares, Eustis to reach regional


FRANK JOLLEY
Sports Editor
EUSTIS In thepostseason, coaches often
,preach that its not what a team did to get
,there, but rather what they do once they're
,there.
So often, a team will cruise through the
regular season with hardly a blemish on
"their record, but a flat performance in an
opening round game can spell ,disaster.
Mandy Shafer, South Lake High School's
girls basketball coach, has spent most of the
season reminding her team that its true test
will come at the end of the year and not at
the start or in the middle.
Shafer got an indication Tuesday that her
players took her advice to heart when the
Eagles opened the Class 4A-District 7 tourna-
ment at Eustis with a 70-48 win against
Tavares.
The Eagles beat Eustis in the district semi-
finals and earned to play for the district


championship Saturday against Orlando
Bishop Moore, but lost 65-21. The loss sent
South Lake on the road for a Region quarter-
final game Thursday against Wesley Chapel
Wiregrass Ranch.
"Six months ago, we made a goal to at
least reach the regional tournament and to
do that, we have to reach the district cham-
pionship game," Shafer said. "This game was
the first step towards realizing that goal. We
weren't looking to make a statement to any-
one but ourselves with this game.
"That statement was that we would do
whatever we had to do to win and I'm very
happy with the way we battled early until
we found our rhythm on offense."
The Eagles wanted to run at every oppor-
tunity throughout the game, but couldn't
bait the Bulldogs into running with them.
Tavares managed to keep the game at a half-
court pace and stayed within striking range
for most of the first half.
A steady diet of three pointers from


Tamica Mora and low-post firepower from
Courtney Waite and Amanda Merritt
enabled South Lake to build 4 24-16 lead
with 3 minutes, 46 seconds left before half-
time.
Shafer, sensing an opportunity to take
control of the game, called timeout and
challenged her team. -
"That was a crucial point and I felt like it
was a chance to go into the locker room
with a big lead or holding on to a small
lead," Shafer said. "We could try and put
Tavares on their heels or we let them stay in
the game. Our girls responded tremendously
and really took control of the game."
The Eagles forced five turnovers and
outscored the Bulldogs 12-3 during the clos-
ing stretch of the quarter. Defensively, South
Lake began applying full-court pressure on
the ball and used those turnovers to create
run-out baskets for the scoring quartet of
Mora, Merritt, Waite and Marjorie
Thompson.


South Lake's suffocating defense held
Tavares without a field goal after Shafer's
timely timeout.
"That might've been the best basketball
we've played in a long time," Shafer said.
"We used our defensive intensity to create
offense and we maintained that pressure for
an extended period of time. It wasn't just for
one or two possessions.
"It was a complete effort."
Early in the game, Tavares stayed close
behind Kristin Lloyd's six first-quarter
points. Even,though Thomia Wadley strug-
gled to get untracked, the Bulldogs' method-
ical offense afforded players the chance to'
find their stroke.
"Our gameplan was to keep the pace
slowed down," Tavares coach Connie
Solomon said. "We knew South Lake wanted
to run and that's not our game. I think we
did a nice job for most of the first quarter

See BASKETBALL, B3


NFL's Pro Bowl: A waste of time?


W hen you stop to think about
it and even if you don't -
life is filled with useless stuff.
Which is probably why Herkimer J.
Karkowski invented a truly unique sys-
tem for preserving the dead. Should
looking at Great-Aunt Sarah 20 or 30
years after her death be an important
part 6f your life, you can have her
sealed (hermetically, I might add)
within a block of transparent glass.
Not quite useless enough? Then con-
sider the dinner fork with a built-in
timer and alarm. Designed for those
who want to make sure they're taking
enough time between bites to achieve
the desired 32 seconds per mouthful,
this little beauty is bound to spark calls
to the funny farm from around the
neighborhood.
If you're a sports junkie, though,
don't get too complacent. We who
worship organized athletics also have
much to apologize for.
The world of Miniature Golf has its
very own Masters championship each
"year in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
*whefe the best of the best compete to
,master the swinging log, elevated draw-
%bridge and the exquisitely timed giant
windmill.
1. And then there's curling, a shuffle-
,board derivative which involves using
'a broom to induce a 20-pound rock to
take the desired direction down a sheet
of ice the length of a bowling alley.
And speaking of bowling, can, it really
be a sport when most of us bowl at
least as well when we're drunk as when
We're stone-cold sober?
i Other "sports" near the top of our
stop 10 list of useless endeavors are: the


Don
Hunsberger

rock, paper scissors championship
(which awards $50,000 to the Winner)
and unicycle riding up a mountain
(which boasts a larger-than-you'd-think
number of survivors).
But the most craptastically useless
enterprise in all of organized sports just
has to be the NFL Pro Bowl.
Coming this week to a venue as far
from you as it gets, the Pro Bowl is the
worst all-star experience in all of sports.
Setting the game apart from all-star
contests in the other major sports is
the fact that most players would rather
not be there. Despite the allure of a
two-week, take-the-entire family, all-
expenses-paid Hawaiian vacation, the
players are more concerned with avoid-
ing injury than with playing football.
And that's understandable. Football is a
violent game that tends to reward the
kind of hits that end careers. Player :
contracts often provide bonuses for
making the Pro Bowl, but never for
insuring against what might happen
during the game. However, the Pro
Bowl is a lousy all-star game for reasons
that have nothing to do with its partic-
ipants' lack of desire.
Let's take a look at some of the rea-
sons why.
OTHER ALL-STAR GAMES
Major League Baseball's All-Star game


came first, and it's been around long
enough to have generated more than
its share of exciting moments.
In 1934, New York Giants Hall-of-
Famer Carl Hubbell struck out Babe
Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Jimmie Foxx, Al
Simmons and Joe Cronin in order in
the first two. innings.
In 1970, Pete Rose raced home for
home on a hit by Jim Hickman.
Without slowing down, Rose barreled
into Indians catcher Ray Fosse,
knocked the ball loose and gave the
National League a 5-4 win. Fosse recov-
ered from the collision, but was never
the same.
In 1971, with the wind blowing out
.at Tiger Stadium in Detroit, Reggie
Jackson blasted a Dock Ellis pitch into
the light tower on the stadium roof -
some 520 feet from home plate.
On the day before the big game, a
Home Run contest packs the host sta-
dium. Baseball may be the gold stan-
dard of all-star games, but it's still
improving the product.
Without baseball's history, the other
professional all-star games have turned
to even more fan-friendly experiences,
all of which put the Pro Bowl to
shame.
In the NBA's mid-season classic, fouls
are rarely called so that fans are always
treated to a high-scoring game- featur-
ing the best talent performing seeming-
ly impossible feats on'every trip down
the floor.
And the NBA All-Star Game isn't just
a game, it's an entire weekend. The


Knights battle Panthers
',i


VICTORIA ALDRICH / SOUTH LAKE PRESS
East Ridge's Mike May (left) goes for a layup while teammate
Steve Forbes battles for position during its game at Eustis High
School.


See PRO BOWL, B3


P


Area players


take next step


on signing day









Friday, February 13, 2009


HRT can be a risky business


I need to start watching TV
more... Oprah in particular... so I
can be prepared for the question
of the week based on who was on
and what they talked about.
For those of you who missed the
:show, doctors and advocates
including Suzanne Sommers,
were on .talking about bio-identi-
cal hormone therapy and how
they are different from conven-
tional hormone replacement ther-
apy.
b I am not a reporter so I will not
;be unbiased in my presentation of
,information, (oh, I guess I should-
:n't worry, there haven't been any
-unbiased reporters in the major
news programs for decades now!)
but, I'll give both sides of the issue
as I always do so you can make
your own choice.
Old fashioned HRT is a dying
theology in my opinion despite the
insurance, pharmaceutical com-
panies and doctors who are stuck
in the dark ages trying to keep it
alive.
HRT from Pregnant Mare's
Urine or Premarin as it has been
known, is ...yes... urine from hors-
,es. It has 97 different estrogen
'compounds (there are only 3
Estrogens in humans) and would
-be perfectly acceptable as HRT if
you whinnied and ate sugar
-cubes. (Excuse the pun if you are a
'human and do those things.)
If you choose to replace your
'female hormones shouldn't you do
.'it with hormones that are" like the
'ones you have in your body?


Michael
Visconti
A.P, N.R
Natural Medicine
There have been quite a lot of
studies that show that bio-identi-
cal hormone replacement (identi-
cal to the hormones currently
made in a human body) have less
adverse reactions than Horse'
Urine, and may have some protec-
tive abilities in certain cancers
that may be at higher risk for
women in the Horse' Urine
groups.
The questions I have been
answering since the Womens'
Health Initiative study was
stopped due to increase risk of
heart disease and stroke revolve
around whether HRT can be done
safely since there is nothing help-
ing the woman's hot flashes,
weight problem, night sweats,
insomnia, depression, etc.
First, there had been much
hype and sensationalism by many
in the alternative medical world
as a "see-I-told-you- all medica-
tion is bad for you" response and it
is a partially valid response, but it
is just as extreme as the "quack
busters" saying all alternative
medicine is unsafe and doesn't
work. (I would have also said the
sensationalism is from the media
but we all know that they don't do


anything like that, do they?)
I'll quote this part from an
Oprah internet article on HRT:
""If you look at the science careful-
ly enough, the two-to-five-year
period that most women need
HRT to get through this transi-
tion is relatively safe," says
Michelle Warren, MD, medical
director of the Center for
Menopause, Hormonal Disorders
and Women's Health at Columbia
University. In the research, breast
cancer risk didn't rise until after
five years of use. In other
research, if women began taking
HRT within ten years of entering
menopause, their risk of heart dis-
ease was unaffected."
This is a position many in both
conventional and alternative med-
icine agree on so if you need relief
it may be OK for you to do a short
course of HRT to get you over the
symptoms in the transition to
menopause.
There are a growing number of
"alternative MDs" out there that I
applaud in one way, as they are
seeing that using an appropriate
combination of natural and con-
ventional medicines is more effec-
tive than either used separately.
My problem with them is that
many don't have appropriate
training in the alternative med-
ical side and are just practicing
"green pharmacy" which is giving
an herb, nutrient or hormone to
address a symptom instead of a:
drug, without addressing the
cause. Many alternative practi-


tioners and health food store
workers do the same thing.
There is a big push by many
alternative MDs as championed
by Suzanne Sommers to say
women can have their old lives
back by doing bio-identical HRT
forever.
Now, I'm no Suzanne Sommers
but maybe my B.S. in Health
Science, M.S. in Oriental Medicine
and my 4 year Post-Graduate
Doctorate in Naturopathic
Medicine can earn me a counter-
point.
Women are not supposed to
have pre-menopausal Estrogen
and Progesterone levels in their
90's or even in their 60's. Just like
men are not supposed to have the
testosterone levels of a 20 year old
when they are in their 60s (many
women tell me men have too much
testosterone at any age but that is
another story).
There is not enough informa-
tion on what happens in a
woman's body when hormones
that are supposed to be for repro-
duction are present when half of
the function and clearance of
those hormones are not working.
(Having no monthly build up and
shedding of the uterine lining for
example.)
I'll give you my further counter-
point and some other options next
week. Until next time... it's your
life. It's your health!


SPORTS

CALENDAR

Attention all Golfers: the
American Lung Association is offer-
ing the 2009 Golf Privilege Card,
which provides discounts at over
600 courses in nine states in the
Southeast, including Florida. In.addl-'
tion, the card now includes over 150o
courses in Virginia, and 100 courses
in North Carolina. A great gift for
Valentine's Day, Mother's Day or
Father's Day, the cost Is $15 for each -.,
card. Purchase three cards and the-:
fourth card Is free.
All proceeds from the sale gf the
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American Lung Association fight -
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go to www.golfprivilegecard.org.
- A Bass Fishing Tournament to,.
benefit South Lake High School .
Football Program, sponsored by H ..
Outdoors, is scheduled from "safe."
light" to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Feb;28.
at Hickory Point Recreation Facility. .
ramp and Is open to all entrants. ..
This will be a team tournament with i.'-;
a $125 Team Registration Fee. There .
will be a $1,000 cash prize guaran-
teed for 1st place For more informa-
tion, call Ryan Langley at 407-616-
5295 or email
southlakefootball@hotmalt.com
-- The Green Valley Country Club. -
Ladies Nine-T-Niners (a 9-Hole -
group) recently donated $200, part
of the proceeds from the invitational
"Golfing with the Stars" to the South
Lake High School Girls Golf program 'J
and is open to ladies who wish to

See SPORTS CALENDAR, B5


LANTES
From B2


classroom, as well.
. "Sports has never been the most important
thing in my life," Lantes said. "I wanted to be
a true student-athlete, and be the best 'at
.both. For some people, that kind of thinking
,is against the grain, but that was fine with
,me. I can do anything I want to do if I set my
,mind to it. You just have to be willing to work
hard at whatever you do.
"People would tell me I couldn't keep my
grades up and play sports, but I never
believed that. If my teammates take anything
away from the time they spent with me, I
hope now they know you can succeed at
.more than one thing."
Renae Cicchinelli, who coached East Ridge
to a 10-11-1 record this year in her first sea-
son, said Lantes' leadership will be hard to


keeping them off balance, but we're a young
-team and we didn't respond very well when
(South Lake) started to run.
"Learning to control the game for 32 min-
utes is something that comes with experi-
ence and we're just not experienced enough
to know to handle that kind of adversity."
After trading the lead with Tavares for
most of the first quarter, South Lake found
some breathing room when Mora drained a
three pointer in the closing minute of the
period. Another three pointer in the open-
ing minute of the second quarter built a 15-
'10 advantage.
"If Tamica's not the best all around point
guard in the county, she's certainly best-
shooting playmaker," Shafer said. "She can
do so many things with the ball in her
hands. Because she can shoot so well, oppo-
nents have to guard her and when she hits a


replace. Cicchinelli described Lantes as a
"well-rounded" student-athlete who is
respected by her teammates for the way she
handled pressure situations.
"I don't know 'of anyone who doesn't like
Ashley," Cicchinelli said. "She was our cap-
tain and was looked up to by every player on
our team. We're all very proud of her and
can't wait to see what she can do at the next
level."
Cicchinelli concedes that many of Lantes'
skills were taught to her by Donna Fishter,
Lantes' club coach for the past two years with
Central Florida United.
Fishter said Lantes' biggest initial challenge
at FAU will be to adjust to the speed of the
game at the college level. Fishter doesn't con-
sider that to be insurmountable goal for


long-range shot, it helps to open up the
floor and gets our offense going."
But Mora wasn't the only offensive, stand-
out for South Lake. Merritt provided most of
the Eagles' firepower in the first quarter
while her teammates struggled. The shifty
sophomore scored eight of South Lake's first
12 points.
Waite and Mora scored 16 of South Lake's
24 second-quarter points, with Waite prov-
ing to be a perfect compliment in the low
post to Mora's perimeter presence.'
Mora led South Lake with 18 points, fol-
lowed by Merritt with 16. Waite added 13
and Nikki Holtzer netted seven, mostly on
putbacks off offensive rebounds.
Tavares was led by Monique Colston with
15 points, followed by Lloyd with 13 and
Wadley with 12.


PRO BOWL
From B2.


rookie game features the
best new talent in the league
and the skills competition is
in a class by itself.
And the slam-dunk con-
test has become almost as
popular as the game itself.
The NBA's slam dunk con-
test, staged with Superman
capes and mini-trampolines,
has provided some of the
weekend's most memorable
moments
In the NHL, defense also
takes a break, as the recently
completed 12-11 overtime
shootout demonstrated. The
weekend affair also boasts a
skills competition and the
proceeds of the game itself
benefit the players' pension
fund.
WHAT TO DO
The Pro Bowl needs to
move into the 21st century.
In order to preserve even a
modicum of interest, the
game should adopt a skills
competition. Quarterbacks
could take turns throwing at
a moving'target 50 yards
downfield. Running backs
could demonstrate their
receiving skills and even the
linemen could get into the
act by competing against
each other to move a block-
ing sled the furthest distance
in the shortest time.
The Pro Bowl should fol-
low the lead of both the


NBA and NHL by effectively
limiting those things which
tend to hospitalize players.
So ... no jamming receivers
at the line of scrimmage, or
tackling the quarterback.


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score is 72-68? The game
would provide plenty of
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Lantes, but she said that aspect of the game is
something she will have to grow into.
"The biggest thing' Ashley will take into col-
lege will be her confidence and presence,"
Fishter said. "You have to be confident to a
successful goalie and I think her accomplish-
ments in the classroom. have helped her
develop a high level of confidence. Her team-
mates have a lot of confidence in her and
that helps them play more aggressively,
because the know Ashley is behind them.
"Ashley knows a goalkeeper can be a hero
or a goat in a matter of seconds, but she never
lets her get caught up in that. If she gets beat
once, she bounces right back up and gets


after the next shot."
Fishter said she believes Lantes has the
potential to become a solid college player, but
she refuses to put a timeline on Lantes' devel-
opment. Based on Lantes' academic and ath-
letic accomplishments, Fishter has learned
never to rule out anything.
"I think Ashley can be a very good college
goalkeeper," Fishter said. "A lot of it will
depend on her and how badly she wants it.
Practically everything she's wanted in her
life, she's gotten because she was willing to
pay the price and work to achieve it.
"This is just another level for her excel at.
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CLUB NOTES

RESULTS Tuesday of the month and the 10 a.m. the third Fifth St. ,& Minneola, Clermont. Call 242-9755 or online to www.atheists.meetup.com/655/
Winners of Monday Night Bridge at the Tuesday at 18235 CR 455, Clermont. For more 394-6597. Sons of the American Legion noon,
Clermont Recreation Club in the Kehlor information, call Rollin Patrick at 407-496-1143 Alpha Delta Kappa Sorority, call 243-9310. second Sunday, American Legion Post 55, 1063
Building for Feb. 2 were: 1st place, Joyce Bergh; or e-mail boxnotbox@embarqmail.com SATURDAY Desoto St., Clermont. Call 394-4472.
2nd place, Ray Cummings; 3rd place, George "The Christian Women's Club of South Lake Arts League, Artist 1 p.m. Scrabble Club of Clermont 1 p.m.,
Bergh; 4th place, Fran Stewart. All intermediate Southlake, sponsored by Stonecroft Ministries, first Saturday, South Lake Arts League Gallery, every Sunday, Kehlor Club, corner of Fifth St.
level bridge players are welcome. Call 394- have scheduled their Monthly Luncheon 776 Montrose St., Clermont. and Minneola, Clermont, Call 348-3879.
5803 for additional information. Play begins at Meeting from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Monday, -The Chess Club 10 a.m.-6 p.m., MONDAY
*7 p.m. at Sanctuary Ridge Golf Club,2601 Diamond Saturdays, all levels of experience, Kehlor Auxiliary of the American Legion 7 p.
-- Hibiscus Circle of the Clermont Garden Club Dr. Clermont. The program will be by Bldg., corner of Fifth St. and Minneola, m., second Monday, American Legion Post 55,
Club have scheduled a meeting at 9:30 a.m. on Inspirational speaker, Maria Goodsell with a Clermont. Call 242-9697 1063 DeSoto St., Clermont. Call 394-4472
Wed. for a field trip to Bourlay Historic Nature special feature presented by Steve Smith. The Clermont Pet Therapy Group 2 to 3 Sons of Italy 7 p.m., third Monday,
Park with lunch at Simon Seed & Farm Garden luncheon will be $14 per person and reserva- p.m., every fourth Saturday. Train pets to visit Jenkins Auditorium. Call John Mastroianni,
Center. tions are required. For more Information or hospitals, nursing homes, and schools to share president, at 394-7828.
-- Sandspur Circle of the Clermont Garden reservations, call Janice Bell at 407-469-4511. the unconditional love that dogs can give to MOPS I 9:30-11:30 a.m., second and
Club have scheduled a meeting at 9:45 a.m. on Everyone Is welcome to attend. those in need. Meg King at 243-2098 or fourth Mondays, social hall, First United
Tuesday for a field trip to the Biosphere in ONGOING www.pettherapy.meetup..com/157. Methodist Church, 950 7th St., Clermont. Call
Winer Garden with lunch at MIMis Cafe In the Moms Club for Information, call 536- SUNDAY 227-9688
Fowlers Grove area of Winder Garden. 1219. -South Lake Atheists and Freethinkers - MOPS 2 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., first and
A new club South Lake Woodworkers -- Clermont Shuffleboard Club -1 p.m., second and fourth Sunday at different loca- third Mondays, social hall, Church at South
have scheduled meetings at 7 p.m. the first Tuesdays and Fridays, Kehlor Park, corner of tions and times. For more Information, go Lake, 332 Mohawk Rd. Call 536-1844

FOOTBALL
From B2

offers with their schools, Wright considered "about One of two running backs ers," Wright said. "Nobody is n't more heavily recruited, had the chance to look at
meaning all tuition, books, 20 schools" before deciding signed by Louisville, Wright given a job when they walk but feels his former running some of the top programs in
room and board will be on Louisville after making an led the state in rushing as a onto the field. You have to back may use the snub as the nation, but UCF came
-provided. official visit to the campus senior with more than 2,700 work hard in the weight motivation throughout his out on top when I sat down
Other local student-ath- Jan. 23. He visited Florida yards. He posted a single- room and on the practice college career, and thought about where I
letes to sign Wednesday International University and game best of 491 yards field. That's the way it has "I don't why every school wanted to go."
include Leesburg's Darius Troy (Ala.) University prior to against Apopka Wekiva always been at East Ridge. in the state or the country Like Wright, Davis feels
Lightfoot, who signed with Louisville. the second best effort in state Coach O'Hara and his staff wasn't looking at Jeremy," O'Hara and the East Ridge
Murray State in Murray, Ky., "I like everything about history. do not play favorites. They O'Hara said. "He's got good coaching staff deserve, much
and Eric Samuels, who signed Louisville when I got there," For his career, Wright had don't care if you have all the size (188 pounds) and he's of the credit for his success.
with Vanderbilt in Nashville, Wright said. "The campus 4,133 yards and 43 touch- talent in the world; if you going to get a little bigger in Davis said he has "grown
Tenn. South Lake offensive was nice and I really clicked downs. don't pay the price during college, and he was rarely run mentally and become
lineman Jonotthan Harrison with the coach (Steve Wright said Kragthorpe the week, you don't play on down from behind in the tougher" under O'Hara's
and running back Titus Kragthorpe). The players I made no. guarantees to him Friday. open field. He fumbled one "tutelage.
Mobley signed with Florida spent time with were really about playing time during "Coach O'Hara teaches us time all season as our feature He said O'Hara taught him
and Wesson (Miss.) Copiah- great to be around and the the recruiting process. Rather that you have to work hard back. to never give up or quit, no
Lincoln Community College. academic-support system for than being goaded into sign- to be the best. I'm signing a "About 20 years ago, matter what the situation is,
Harrison and Mobley grad- student-athletes is fantastic. ing with a guaranteed job, college scholarship because Emmitt Smith was thought and also provided him with a
uated from South Lake in "It didn't take long.for me Wright said he prefers to go Coach O'Hara demanded my to be too small and too slow father figure to whom he
January and are enrolled in to realize that Louisville is into his freshman season best effort." to succeed in college and as could confide. The lessons
college and attending classes, where I wanted to go to col- with the intent to earn play- O'Hara said it usually was- pro, but he put together a Davis learned while wearing
-By enrolling in January, they lege and I committed as soon ing time a trait he said was n't hard to get Wright to pro- pretty nice career at both lev- an East Ridge uniform will
will be eligible to participate as I got home." taught by O'Hara. duce. He considers the run- els." help him at UCF in the class
in spring practice. Wright also said Louisville "One of the reasons East ning back to be the best play- Davis, a 6-foot-2, 285- help him at UCF, in th e class-
No other signing were has an established Fellowship Ridge has been successful on er he has coached and pound defensive lineman, fieldoom an on
reported to The Daily of Christian Athletes Chapter the football field is because of believes Louisville is getting considered several schools Without O'Hara's "footba
Commercial in time for this at the school and that, too, the way (O'Hara) and the one of the state's best players. before deciding on UCF in Withmout O'Haras roachooDall
edition. play a role in his decision. coaching staff treats the play- He is surprised Wright was- December. He chose to play is family approach, Davis
for UCF coach George isn't sure where he would be,
but said he knows where he
O'Leary because he wanted knows where he
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that they could watch him .college scholarship without
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' An "Improv Night" is
scheduled from 7 9 p.m.
Sunday at the Moonlight
'Players Theater. Plan to
attend for a night of fun and
improvev games with the
Voonlight Youth Board. The
-Concessions stand will be
.available on a donation basis.
F'or more information, call
.Pam at 409-0943.
-- Rawborn Productions
has scheduled "Cater to Your
Woman, A Celebration of
Love", a Carribean-American
party, from 10 p.m. to 2" a.m.
"Saturday, Feb. 21 at the MK
Dream Center, 301 S. Tubb
St., Clermont. For more infor-
mation, call 552-4321.
-- Beginner Line Dance &
Intermediate Line Dance
classes will begin on


Wednesday and run for six
weeks in the Minneola City
Hall Gym. Beginner Class
time is from 10 11:30 a.m.
and Intermediate Class time
is 1 2:30 p.m.
Fee for the six week session
is $30 and the instructor is
Nancy McDavid. To register,
call 394-3598 ext.227.
The Downtown Clermont
Farmer's Market now has
Planf City Strawberries avail-
:able. The Market is scheduled
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. every
Sunday along W. Montrose St.,
, historic downtown Clermont.
Shop the many vendors for
produce, plants, flowers,
cooked and prepared special-
ty foods. If you are interested
in becoming a vendor at the
Market, call Cheryl Fishel at


394-8618.
The "KARAOKE MASTER"
Contest continues at Sports
on Tap (former
Benchwarmers) until Mar. .11.
Enter for a chance to win cash
and prizes. The Wednesday
semi-finals will be followed by
the finale at Pig on the Pond
on Saturday evening, March
14 with cash prizes and tro-
phies to be awarded at that
time. The is the third year that
the contest has been held in
conjunction with the popular
annual festival. The event is a
production of Smooth Musical
Entertainment owned by
Clermont resident and busi-
nessman, Mike Madawi. For
more information,.call Mike
Madawi at 267-0044 or go to
www.smoothme.com


The South Lake Art
League has scheduled a
Photography Show from
Wednesday, Feb. 11 to
Saturday, Feb. 28 at the
League's Gallery, 776
Montrose St., Clermont.
Deadline for entry registration
is Saturday, Feb. 7. Entry fee is
$6 per photo for members and
$8 per photo for non-mem-
bers with a limit of three pho-
tos per person. Ribbons and
awards will be:given at a
reception from 5 to 7:30 p.m.
Friday, Feb. 13. For more
information, call Shirley
Sojourner at 394-7338 or go
online to
southlakeartleague.com
Moonlight Players
Productions:
"Biloxi Blues" Mar. 13 to


*Apr. 12.
"Li'l Abner" May 8 to June
7.
The South. Lake Art
League has scheduled a vari-
ety of Art Classes for this sea-
son from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at
the Art League's Gallery, 776
Montrose St, Clermont. The
classes are for both beginners
and advanced painters. The
registration fee is $30 with an
additional $10 for supplies or
you may bring your own.
ACRYLIC PAINTING -
Monday call Bob Panzini at
242-5388
BEADING & JEWELRY -
-Tuesday call Lorna Fleming at
394-6648
ACRYLIC PAINTING :
Wednesday Call Kathie
camera at 241-6407


DRAWING Thursday Call
Beth Kreutz at 241-7665
OIL PAINTING Friday call
* Harry Gray, Jr. at 243-0040
WATERCOLOR -from 1 3
p.m. Tuesday call Pat Percy at
863-424-3083
ACRYLIC PAINTING II from
10 a.m. noon call Kathie
Camara at 241-6407
ONGOING
Lake County Art Center,
LLC's Club Moulin Mystere: 7-
11p.m., Saturdays for those
who enjoy the unexpected
and love a good mystery.
Evenings of surprise artistic
performances by local artists,
comedians, dancers, and
musicians. Entry is reserved
for age 21 and over.


SPORTS CALENDAR
From B.3


play just 9 holes, all skill levels
are welcome and course
membership is not required.
For more information call
Jerri at 242-0496 or Kathy at
242-2541.
Minneola Recreation
Department has planned a
Spring Hockey League in the-
City of Minneola Gymnasium
for boys & girls ages 6 15. All
practice and games will be on
Monday or Tuesday nights
beginning in late February,
depending on number of
teams. All players will be
required to wear protective
equipment including helmet
with face guard. Running is
involved but no skating skills
are required Come learn
hockey skills, teamwork and
have fun in an air-conditioned
environment.
Fee for the league is $40
for Minneo[a residents and
$50 for non-residents.
Registration deadline is Feb.
19 or until program is full. Age
by March 3, 2009 will deter-
mine playing age and age divi-
sions will .be determined by
number and age of regis-
trants. A League orientation
meeting will be held-at 6:30
p.m. Feb. 10 at the Minneola
City Hall Gym. Volunteer
coaches urgently needed. For
more information call 394-
3598, ext.227
-The City of Minneola
Recreation Department is
offering adults/seniors the
opportunity to utilize the City
Hall Gymnasium as a place to
walk for fitness and exercise.
The gym is open on Thurs.
and Fri. 7:45 a.m.-9 a.m. No
registration necessary and the
cost is free. For more informa-
tion, call the Minneola
Recreation Department at
394-3598, ext. 229.
Cutting Edge Sports and


Fitness has scheduled a "Kids
Fit 'N' Fun" program for chil-
dren ages 8-11, 4:30 to 5:30
p.m. every Tues. and Thdr.,
through Mar. 1 a.t Trail Head
Park, 317 Madison Ave.,
Minneola. An easy, fun and
exciting way for kids to stay fit
and healthy. Registration fee is
$45 for a four week program
includes a water bottle and
awards at the end of the pro-
gram. For more information
-call Eric at 978-6740.
The City of Minneola
Recreation Department has,
scheduled a fall Aerobics


Class from 7:30-8:30 p.m.
every Monday and
Wednesday. The class will
combine traditional "floor"
aerobics for all fitness levels,
followed by a muscle
* strength/toning segment, as
well as stabilization exercises
that target the body's core
muscles. Each participant will
be able to customize their
own workout. Instructor is
Lee O'Donnell, certified fitness
professional and 15 year fit-
ness industry veteran. Fee for
the class is $85 for Minneola
residents and $95 for non-res-


idents. To register, call 394-
3598 ext. 227. Space is limit-
ed.
-Adult Pickup Co-ed
Volleyball Program: 6:30 to
9:30 p.m. every Thursday at
the City of Minneola's gym.
Cost is $2 per player.
S-The City of Minneola
*Recreation Department has
scheduled a series of baton
twirling lessons for girls ages
six and up from 4-6 p.m. every
Mon.,to May $30 for resi-
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Clermont

Comprehensive Plan

Update Workshop


The City of Clermont will hold a community
meeting on Wednesday, February 18, beginning
at 6 pm to present the draft proposed Future
Land Use Map and updated Goals, Objectives
and Policies of the City's comprehensive plan.
The meeting will be in the Council Chambers on
the first floor of City Hall, 685 W. Montrose
Street. Please call 352-394-4083, extension
310 for details.

The City is updating its comprehensive plan
prior to submitting its Evaluation and Appraisal
Report this fall. We would like to encourage
public participation in the comprehensive plan-
ning process. Through your input, we can better
plan for the future growth of our City and the
needs of its current and future residents.


Please visit the City's website,
www.cityofclermontfl.com, to view
the comprehensive plan materials.


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The Terrific Kids of Cypress Ridge Elementary School are: Ana Collins, Kira Dankelman, Kaden
Schlichenmaier, Haley Couture, Nicole Workman, Wheeler Gibson, JoAnn Fleetwood, Anjali Jokhulall, Alex
Lima, Ryan Phillips, Erin Miller, Jaren Jessee, C.J. Williams, Kiley Collins, Will Grames, Alexander Quevedo,
Nathan D'Agostino, Justin Hitte, Charlie Wilson, Cassie Schroer, Michael Gonzalez, Kendall Lewin,
Gabriella Ocasio, Nathalie Averill, Jamar Crockwell, Kyla Altmeyer, Kobe Sigler, Luke Frederick, Ryne
.George, Zackary Davidson, Arya Patel, Lilianne Rocque, Evelina Peroni and Katy Farmer. Kiwanian
(Queenie Willis is pictured at the right of the group.

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Pictured are South Lake Rotary Club President Denny Blankenship, Director, Lake Sumter Community
,College Foundation Roseanne Brandenburg and Rotarian Caryl Harris. The South Lake Rotary Club
,presented a check for $1,000 to the Foundation which will be matched by the State of Florida and is
,designated for thenew Library on the Lake Sumter Community College Campus.The Rotary Club meets
at 7a.m. every Tuesday at Fairfield Inn.




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Pictured are: Vice President
Sherry Zhu, President David
Velasquez, Vice President
Lindsay Merbach, Secreta.ry
Eun Bi Kim and Montverde
Academy Faculty Advisor.
Robin Revis-Pyke during the
recent trip by the Montverde
Academy's Key Club to the
UCG Campus for a Zone Rally.
Activities included leadership
workshops and training for
Key Club members. Montverde
Academy Key Club'.s
President, David Velasquez,
was elected as the Lt.
Governor of Zone 6, Division 9
of the Florida Key Club. Also
attending were the East Ridge
Key Club- Officers and
Clermont Kiwanis Club
members Harold Cummings,
Rich Bell and Gene Barbour,
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008 Legal
Notices

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE:
SOUTH LAKE TOWING, INC.
gives Notice of Foreclosure
-of Lien and Intent to sell
these vehicles on
03/03/2009, 08:00 am at
19430 US HIGHWAY 27,
CLERMONT, FL 34715-
9028, pursuant to
subsection 713.78 of the
Florida Statutes. SOUTH
LAKE TOWING, INC.
reserves the right to accept
or reject any and/or all bids.
1989 CHEVROLET
1G1FP21S4KL173161
No.00136913
Feb.13, 2009

PUBLIC NOTICE
UNCLAIMED VEHICLE
AUCTION. THE FOLLOWING
VEHICLES) WILL BE SOLD
FOR CHARGES DUE ON:
FEBRUARY 27,2009
AT 8:30 AM
2005 MAZDA
JM1BK12F851251165
THE ADDRESS.WHERE THE
VEHICLES ARE STORED:
REVIS TOWING &
RECOVERY OF
GROVELAND, INC.
7130 E. SR 50
GROVELAND, FL 34736
No:00136966
February 13, 2009

IN THE COUNTY COURT IN
AND FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No.:2008-CA-006015
DIVISION; 07
UCN:
352008CA006015XXCICIC

BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARY M. ROBERTS;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
MARY M. ROBERTS; JOHN


008 Legal 008 Legal
Notices Notices

IN THE COUNTY COURT IN
DOE; AND FOR LAKE COUNTY,
Defendant(s) , FLORIDA
COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION Case No.: 08CC1651
TO THE FOLLOWING SUMMER BAY
DEFENDANT (S) PARTNERSHIP, a Florida
General partnership,
MARY M. ROBERTS Plaintiff,
1756 W. SCHARTZ BLVD. vs.
THE VILLAGES, FL. 32159 MERVAN AVNI, et al
Defendants)
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a NOTICE OF SALE
mortgage on the following PURSUANT TO F.S.
property In LAKE County, CHAPTER 45
Florida.
Count 10-MEDGA 0
LOT 1420, UNIT 7, MORAIS AND SCOTT R.
ORANGE BLOSSOM MAGOWN
GARDENS, ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT THEREOF NOTICE IS GIVEN, that
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK pursuant to a Final
27, PAGES 56 THROUGH Judgment of Foreclosure In
65, PUBLIC RECORDS OF the captioned matter dated
LAKE COUNTY, FLORIDA January 30, 2009,1 will sell
to the highest bidder for
Has been filed against you, cash at the front door of the
and you are required to Lake County Judicial Center,
serve a copy of your written 550 West Main Street,
defenses, if any, to It on the Tavares, FL 32778, at
attorney for the Plaintiff: 11:00 a.m. on March
NIXON & ASSOCIATES 3105 5,2009 the following-
W. WATERS AVE., SUITE described property
204
Tampa, FL 33614 Timeshare Period Week (E)
15 Condominium Unit No.
on or before (30) days from 501302 of SUMMER ISLES
the first publication of this CONDOMINIUM I according
notice of action, and file the to the Declaration of
Original with the. Clerk of Condominium thereof
this Court either before recorded in Official Records
service on Plaintiff's Book 2172, Page 2336,
attorneys or Immediately Public Records of Lake
thereafter; otherwise a County, Florida, as
default will be entered amended:
against you for the relief
demanded In the Complaint. Dated February 5,2009
Dated on January 15, 2009 NEIL KELLY
NEIL KELLY, Clerk of the Court
Clerk of the Cirtcuit Court, By: /s/ A. Slhavy
LAKE County Deputy Clerk
P 0 Box 7800
TAVARES, FL 32778-7800 Paul M. Caldwell, Esquire
Post Office Box 120069
By:/s/W. TIllman Clermont, FL 34712
As Deputy Clerk Telephone: 352-242-2670
Attorney for Plaintiff
No:00133233
Jan. 23, 30, Feb.6 & 13 Ad No: 00136500
2009 Feb.13 & 20, 2009





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003 Legal
SNotices

IN THE COUNTY COURT IN
AND FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION
Case No.: 08CC4259
SUMMER BAY
PARTNERSHIP, a Florida
General partnership,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ELIZABETH BELTRAN
BURGOS, et al
Defendants)
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO F.S.
CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS GIVEN, that
pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Foreclosure In
the captioned matter dated
November 25, 2008, I will
sell to the highest bidder for
cash at the front door of the
Lake County Judicial Center,
550 West Main Street,
Tavares,' FL 32778, at
11:00 a.m. on March
5,2009 the following-
described properties, all of
which are in THE VILLAS AT
SUMMER BAY, according to
the Declaration of
Condominium thereof
recorded in Official Records
Book 1897, Page 1089,
Public Records of Lake
County, Florida, as
amended:
Count 1-ELIZABETH
BELTRAN BURGOS
Timeshare Period Week
(E)36 In Condominium Unit
No.104307
Count 2-CINDY A.
BENDAVID AND ELIE S.
BENDAVID
Timeshare Period Week
(0)38 In Condominium Unit
No.103306
Count 4-PIERRE J.
BOUTHILLER
Timeshare Period Week
(E)17 in Condominium Unit
No. 103108'
Count 5-JOHN EDWARD
CARROLL JR.
Timeshare Period Week
(E)15 in Condominium Unit
No. 103305
Count 6-MIGUEL R.
CASTELLANO RODRIGUEZ
Timeshare Period Week
(0)35 in Condominium Unit
No.103307
Count 7-NEVIN KALE
GENTRY AND MARY- A


003 Legal.
Notices
. GENTRY
Timeshare Period Week
(E)43 In Condominium Unit
No.107208
Count 10-JENNIFER ANN
MYERS
Timeshare Period Week
(E)38 in Condominium Unit
No.103304
Count 11 -SCOTT H. PRICE
Timeshare Period Week
(E)21 In Condominium Unit
No. 104105
Count 12-ORLANDO JUSTIN
REYNOLD BRADBA AND
EMMA RICI MARTINEZ
MILAN
Timeshare Period Week
(E)30 In Condominium Unit
No.103306
Count 13- OLGA
MERCEDES RIVERA
Timeshare Period Week
(0)1 In *Condominium Unit
No. 103208 .
COUNT 14-FRANK
SIMPSON JR AND MARIE E.
SIMPSON
Timeshare Period Week
(E)31 In Condominium Unit
No.105206
Count 15-WENDY WATERS
WILSON
Timeshare Period Week
(E)34 In Condominium Unit
No.103207
Dated February 2,2009
NEIL KELLY
Clerk of the Court
By:/s/A. Slihavy
Deputy Clerk
Paul M. Caldwell, Esquire
Post Office Box 120069
Clermont, FL 34712
Telephone: 352-242-2670
Attorney for Plaintiff
Ad No: 00136281
Feb.13 & 20, 2009

IN THE COUNTY COURT IN
AND FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION
Case No.: 08CC4263
SUMMER BAY
PARTNERSHIP, a Florida
General partnership,
Plaintiff,
vs.
LYNNE DANIELS CAUDILL,
et al
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO F.S.


003 Legal
Notices
CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS GIVEN, that
pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Foreclosure in
the captioned matter dated
November 25, 2008, I will
sell to the highest bidder for
cash at the front door of the
Lake County Judicial Center,
550 West Main Street,
Tavares, FL 32778, at
11:00 a.m. on. March
5,2009 the following-
described properties, all of
which are in THE VILLAS AT
SUMMER BAY, according to
the Declaration of
Condominium thereof
recorded In Official Records
Book 1897, Page 1089,
Public Records of Lake
County, Florida, as
amended:
Count 1-LYNNE DANIELS
CAUDILL
Timeshare Period Week
(0)30 In Condominium Unit
No. 104308
Count 2-REYES CECILIANO
HIDALGO AND SAIRIS
CECILIANO HIDALGO
Timeshare Period Week
(0)15 In Condominium Unit
No.104201
Count 3-MICHAEL JOHN
COMBS AND VIRGINIA 4(K.
COMBS
Timeshare Period Week
(E)41 In Condominium Unit
No. 103102
Count 4-RAYMOND
EDWARD CONNER JR.
Timeshare Period Week (E)1
in Condominium Unit No.
105307
Count 5-CARL L. COPEN
AND MARTA A. COPEN
Timeshare Period Week (E)1
in Condomiqlum Unit No.
107106 _
Count 7-VALENCIA RENITA
GOMILLION
Timeshare Period Week
(E)37 in Condominium Unit
No. 103303
Count 8-FERNANDO
FERNANDEZ GONZALEZ
Timeshare' Period Week
(0)7 in Condominium Unit
No.103205
Count 9-CHRISTOPHER
DAVID GOODMAN AND
MELISSA ANNE GOODMAN.
Timeshare Period Week
(0)30 in Condominium Unit
No. 103101


003 Legal
Notices
Count 10-KENYOND
TYLANDER GRANT,
Timeshare Period Week
(0)3 in Condominium Unit
No. 104307
Count 11-MIGUEL
GUTIERREZ
Timeshare Period Week
(0)2 in Condominium Unit
No. 103102
Count 12-PAULINO
HERNANDEZ PEREZ AND
MYRIAM A. HERNANDEZ
VELAZQUEZ
Timeshare Period Week
(W)36 in Condominium Unit
No. 105102
Count 13-DARLENE.
HOFFMAN 'AND KURT
FREDRICK HOFFMAN
TImeshare Period Week
(W)23 In Condominium Unit
No.105205
Count 14-MARIA CORTES
LAMADRID AND LUIS
ALBERTO ESPINOSA
Timeshare Period Week
(0)4 In Condominium Unit
No. 103204
Count 15-HANG THI THU LE
AND QUYNH H VU,
TImeshare Period Week
(E)50 in Condominium Unit
No.107308
Dated February 2,2009
NEIL KELLY,
Clerk of the Court
By: /s/A.. Silhavy
Deputy Clerk
Paul M. Caldwell, Esquire
Post Office Box 120069
Clermont, FL 34712
Telephone: 052-242-2670
Attorney for Plaintiff
Ad No: 00136360
Feb.13 & 20, 2009


IN THE COUNTY COURT IN
AND FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION
Case No.: 08CC4264
SUMMER BAY
PARTNERSHIP, a Florida
General partnership,
Plaintiff,
vs.
TONYA RENEE LESTER, et al
Defendants)
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO F.S.
CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS GIVEN, that
pursuant to a Final


003 Legal
Notices
Judgment of Foreclosure in
the captioned matter dated
November 25, 2008, I will
sell to the highest bidder for
cash at the front door of the
Lake County Judicial Center,
550 West Main Street,
Tavares, FL 32778, at
11:00 a.m. on March
5,2009 the following-
described properties, all of
which are in THE VILLAS AT
SUMMER BAY, according to
the Declaration of
Condominium thereof
recorded in Official Records.
Book 1897, Page 1089,
Public Records of. Lake
County, Florida, as
amended:
Count 1-TONYA RENEE
LESTER
Timeshare Period Week
(0)45 in Condominium Unit
No. 105105
Count 2-1OHNNIE B.
MATHIS
Timeshare Period Week (E)8
in Condominium Unit No.
103306
Count 3-JOSE R.
MIRANDA PINEDA
Timeshare Period Week
(0)34 in Condominium Unit
No. 104101
Count 4-HORACIO ALVAREZ
.MONSIVAIS, RAMIRO
ARGELIO GUAJARDO AND
ADOLIO PENA
BUS.TAMANTE.
Timeshare Period Week
(W)6 in Condominium Unit
*No. 104205
Count 5-JOSE GALDINO
MORIN TORTOLERO AND
NORKA VI HERNANDEZ DE
PIZARRO
Timeshare Period Week
(0)32 in Condominium Unit
No. 105210
Count 6-PAMELA LYNN
PAYNE
Timeshare Period Week
(E)32 in Condominium Unit
No.103303
Count 8-WALTER R.
SANCHEZ TORRES
Timeshare Period Week
(E)52 in Condominium Unit
No. 105210
Count 9-GARRETT J
SANDERS
Timeshare Period Week
(E)33 in Condominium Unit
No. 106202
Count 10-CATHERINE
VARGAS LOPEZ


003 Legal
Notices
Timeshare Period Week
(E)31 In Condominium Unit
No.105101
Count 11-NYGEL PAUL
WILLIAMS AND PAMELA
CEDENO
Timeshare Period Week
.(E)17 in Condominium Unit
No.104308
Dated February 2,2009
NEIL KELLY
Clerk of the Court
By:/s/A. Slihavy
Deputy Clerk
Paul M. Caldwell, Esquire
Post Office Box 120069
Clermont, FL 34712
Telephone: 352-242-2670
Attorney for Plaintiff
Ad No: 00136384
Feb.13 & 20, 2009




100n
Announcement


104 Special
Notices
DRUMMER needed for
Established
traditional country
band. 2-4 shows per
month. Call Jim
(352)266-7926
108 Personals

ATTRACTIVE SWF 48,
looking for $WM
w/high morals &
values for long term
relationship for
normal loving, caring
life. Age not
important. No
drinking & smoking.
Godly only. Call 352-
454-8934

MALE seeks an Activity
Partner to share
sports, & outdoor
activities. 205-6490

S.W.M 60's caring
seeks female for
friends fun, Happy
Valentines 330-4338


134 Cemetery

Lots/Crypts
CRYPT Two-person at
Hillcrest Memorial
Gardens, Leesburg.
$7,500.787-7573
160 Schools/
Instruction


Lake Harris
EHealth CcntcrAtrpw.,
BE A "C.N.A."
In less than 40 hours.
Classes Forming Now
In Your Area.
Cost Is $300 plus
State examination fee.
Please call:
Florida Medical Prep
352-573-9757




200
At Your
Service


250 Handyman
HANDYMAN

32 YEARS
EXPERIENCE
IN BUILDING TRADES
NO JOB TO SMALL
REFERENCES

352-314-2981





300
Financial



301 Business

Opportunities

UQUOR UCENSE
Lake County.
Price Reduced for
Quick Sale
Realtymasters Realtor
Call: 800-523-7651
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801 Business

Opportunities

VENDING MACHINE
ROUTE Snack/soda
combo's. Call 352-
989-6326

810 Business
For Sale

LADIES FITNESS
CENTER 250
members. $69,900.
Call 352-978-0153

:820 Loans


400
Employment



405
Professional

SEASONED REAL
ESTATE INVESTOR
needs fund raiser to
find private lest lien
mortgage money to
buy foreclosed houses,
Call CIndy:
352-669-2253

410 Sales





































multi-media company

motivated, goal
oriented person to take
over an established

Candidate will have

skills, customer service
skills and
organizational skill,
Sales experience a

transportation s
required Candidate
will be required to call
on new businesses
and maintain
established accounts.
Position offers base
salary plus
commission, mileage,

Insurance, 401k and
more
Send reply
Attn.;Box239
to PO Box 490007




420a Citomer
PServiceo ma







Employment

CUSTOMER SERVICE
REPRESENTATIVE
Apply In person,
Superior Cleaners








120 South 2nd St.
Leesburg

425 Clerloal

CLERICAL PT
Mon,. Fri,
20 hrs per week.
tSeneral office duties'.
Call 352-324-3447

480 Retail

X-MART
SUPERCENTER
973 E. SR 44,
WILDWOOD, FL 34785
352-330-0813


432 Dental

BUSY DENTAL
OFFICE SEEKING:
Dental Lab Tech.:
Exp. in the stages of
creating crowns &
bridges. Exp. only
need apply.
Front Desk Help:
Computer & phone
exp. only need apply.

Please fax
resume to:
352-365-0309


485 Medical



Lake Harril
Health Centerattwrsr.,
BE A "C.N.A."
In less than 40 hours.
Classes Forming Now
In. Your Area for
days & weekends,
Cost Is $300 plus
State
examination fee,
Please call:
Florida Medical Prep
352-573-9757 .

FRONT DESK MEDICAL
RECEPTIONIST -PT
Experienced.
Fax resume to
352-323-1894

FULL. 11ME
OFFICE MANAGER
E-mail resumes to:
sweller@
amblenthealth.com
or call 352-461-3286














HYPERBARIC TECH,
Healthcare
Professional needed
or PRN Technician
position In the
Hyperbaric Department
at Florida Hospital
Waterman, RN, LPN,
RRT, CRTT & EMT,
Tralnlng provided,
Please fax resume to:
423-929-7663
By 2/15/09





Internal Medicine office
looking for
LPN & Medical
Insurance Blller
Full-Time Position
The Villages
& Leesburg
Must have office
experience,
Benefits,

E-maIl resumes to
densherl@omeast,net

MEDICAL AS.iSTANT
For Internal medicine
office In Leesburg.
Please fax resume to
352-315-0578,

PRN/LPNS/IlNs
Must have IV
certification.
E-mail resume to:
sweller@
amblenthealth.com
or call 352-461-3286


3iLakevlew
Terrace

Retirement Community
331 Ralntree Drive
Altoone, FL 32702
EOE

RUN'S & LPN'S
100% Dally pay,
Work when & where
YOU want to work,
www.nurse-temps,.com
352-253-2491


460 Trades


BODY TECH,
with exp, needed,




Must have own tools.
Phllllps Buclk .-.
Colliselon Center
3320 Hwy, 441/27
Frultland Park

COMMERCIAL
PLUMBERS, Helpers
& Service Plumbers
must have exp.
DFWP/EOE
Call 352-728-6053


450 Trades
Experienced Driver
W/Class A CDL,
Home Wkly, East
Coast Runs, Fruits
and Foliage up and
refrigerated back.
MCT 800-814-2934,

PRESS OPERATOR -
Leesburg Printing Is
looking for an
experienced 1 and 2
color offset press
person. $14/hr. 2
weeks vacation after
one yr., 7 paid Holidays
including day, after
Thanksgiving. Health
ins. half paid by




company. A basic math
test Is required to
apply.

3606 Parkway Blvd.
352-787-3348
QUALIFIED
MAINTENANCE
MECHANIC
At Central Beef
industries, located In
Center Hill, FL
Knowledge of
pneumatics, gear
drives, welding & minor
electrical needed, Food
processing mechanic
exp. a plus,
Apply at Central Beef
Facility or e-mail
Jlm@centralbeef,com,
compensation
dependent on exp. &
demonstrated skill,

455
Restaurants/

Hotels/Clubs

SERVER'S &
BARTENDER
Apply In person:
Between 2pm.4pm
Unlmatllla Tavemrn
205 North Central Ave.
Umatllla, FL




















490 Beauty
Booth rental for


tylist & 3 NaIl Techs
ICall i 32-408-4539i
LPAlllb sfyfilh sfsi





needed, $250,00 sign
on bonusor forull time,
$250,00 for part time.
Great benefits, Call
April at 352-429-0014,

486 Domestic

PERsON needed to Ironi
once a week for 4-51
hours. Eustis/ Mt. Dora
area Call 357-1899 /

470 General

AWESOME CAREER
GOVERNMENT
POSTAL JOBSI
$17.80 to $59.00
hour Entry Level. No
Experience Required/
NOW HIRING Green
Card O.K. Call 1-
800-913-4384 ext,
53

COUPLES or Team for
Housekeeping &
maintenance for
Hotel 386-453-
S5512
EPhlf.lENUtD
JEWELER NEEDED
Expertise In all areas of
S Jewelry repair .
BACKGROUND CHECK
REQUIRED
Coast to Coast Jewelry
& Coin Inc. 352-751
44G0


FEDERAL POSTAL
POISONS Now
Hiring + Federal
Benefital $14=$59
hour. Paid Training,
No Experience, Green
Card OK 1-'866=477-
4952 ext, 81

MYSTERY SHOPPERS
Earn up to $100 per
dayl Undercover
shoppers needed to
judge retail & dining
establishments.
Exp. not required,
Please call:
1-877-758-2861


470 General

GOVERNMENT JOBS-
$12-$48/hr. Paid
training, Full benefits.
Call for Information
on current hiring
positions In
Homeland Security,
Wildlife, Clerical &
Professional.
1-800-320-9353
x2100

HOPE FOR
HARD TIMES
A FREE workshop for
the unemployed
featuring Tom & Jan
Tobias respected metal
health clinicians.
SAT, FEB. 14th
9:30am Noon at
Morrison United
Methodist Church
Leesburg.
To pre-reglster:
Call 352-787-3786
MAINTENANCE
PERSON PARTTIME
Building, grounds &
landscaping maint,
Basic maint, skills &
exp. req'd. Pendry Villa
Apts. Eustis.
Call 352-589-0192

WELDING

No exp. needed,
Great pay, medical,
dental & vacation plus
regular raises,
H,S. Graduates
ages 17-34.
Call Mon.- Fri.,
(800)342-8123
POST OFFICE HIRING
Nationally Average
pay $20/hour or
$57K/yr Incl,, Federal
Benefits, OT optional
fee-based test prep
materials, not
affiliated with the
U,S, Postal Service
1-866-574-4781


UFESTREAM
BEHAVIORAL OTR,
Offers several
Job opportunities
Great Benefitsl
Apply In person at:
515 W, Main St.
Leesburg or
at: wwwlesbc.net
DFWP/EOE

SEAMSTRESS PT
2 yrs, experience,
knowledge of
furniture upholstery,
Frultland Park
Call 352-380-1399




500
Pets/Animals




For Sale
AbORABLE


0 Petand



PUPPIES!
LEESBURG
Under NEW Ownership
NEXT TO PUBUX
352-323-1580
BEAGLE MIX, female,' 1
yr. old, 301bs,,
spayed, all shots,
house-trained. Loves
children, play, long
walks. Need
permanent home,
mostly Indoors but
w/fenced yard well
away from busy
roads, $50 adoption
fee. Call 352-669-
5440

BOSTON TERRIER
PUPPIES 1st shots &
health cert, $400,
352;409-3512











DACHSHUND female 4
mos,, cream, long
haired. Lovable,
$300,636-0647

HUSKY MIX, NOT animal
friendly, Free to good
home. Please call
352-323-9151
KITTEN, 3 months old,
female, tiger striped.
FREE TO GOOD
HOME. 551-5783


501 Pets
For Sale
PIT & BULL DOG MIX,
9 months old. Free to
good home, Call
352-255-2998

SIAMESE, 6 yrs old,
female, declawed,
loving. FREE to a
good home 551-
5033
520 Uvestock
HAY for Sale, 4'x5'
Bahia, not fertilized.
$35/roll. Call 352-
303-0791
I
WATER TANK
poly, 100 gallon.
Asking $60, Please
call 352-793-1645
560 Pet
Supplies
CAGE, Ig. & medium
for a dog, $100 for
both, 352-551-8798
CAT CONDO tan. Excel
Cond. 4. tiers. New
$220. Sell $99. 409-
1283 Leesburg

DOG CRATE, metal 48"
x 30" x 30" 2 doors
+ divider for Ig. dog.
$90, 308-9286
UUU I HMULLER, Asking
75 obo Please call
24-787-1975




600
Merchandise
Mart


901 Antiques
DINING ROOM SET,
Temple Stewart, 72"
long hutch/buffet,
Table 2 leafs w/pad,
4 captain chairs,
$1,000 931-735-
1496

DRYER, Salonrreclining
chair, 1950's fully
functional Nice, $100
787-5662
STEAMER TRUNK, Old,
flat top, Asking $40.
352-435-0350


908 Collectibles
BASEBALL CARDS
40,000 + 20,000
FOOTBALL CARDS +
other sports
memorabilia. ,
$2,500/all. Call' 352-
307-5685 -

CHILDREN'S BOOKS
(100) old, hard & soft
cover, Good Cond,
$100. 315-1612

DICKENS Christmas
lighted houses,
3/$45, Call 352-
728-8460

DOLL 2 1/2' tall, blonde
hair, dressed In
velvet. $25. Please
call 352-751-6252

MGANDMA MOSES
(4) framed authorized
paintings, $30, 352-
330-4484

JoE CAMEL
memorabilia, cups,
decks, golf balls &
etc. $35, 352-330-
4484

RECORDS, Old classical
records. $25 obo
Please call 352-343-
5191

ITAMP ALBUM large
Harris, partial fill plus
lots of extras. $100
firm, 352-742-1939

STAMP ALBUM large
Harris, partial fill plus
lots of extras, $100
firm, 352-742-1939

I MUCKS, COKE,
18 wheeler, '01, '02,
'03 & '04. IQWeul.,
80LDI

IMUCKS, HESS,
1995 '00,'01, & '04,
t$,QulOOM l SOLDI
904 Furniture
ALL NEW Queen-size
Orthopedic plllowtop


mattress w/
boxeprings only
$375, w/warranty,
Can deliver Call 352=
552-0525

ARMOIRE, Ig., heavy,
dark wood, antique?,
very old, $300, Call
352-728-8874

BAR STOOLS, (2),
wooden swivel, like
new, $2!- for both,
SOLDIIIII

BOXSPRING, elec. King
size, no mattress.
REIIl ADOPTED


604 Furniture
BED All new
Ortho Pillowtop
Mattress
w/boxsprlngs.
Queen-size
with warranty
Starting at



$160 Can deliver
352-243-1021

BED All new
Ortho King-size
plllowtop mattress
& boxsprings
with warranty
Starting at
$250. Can deliver



352-243-1021

BED All new Memory
Foam Mattress,
Starting at $399
Incl, warranty
Can deliver




352-243-1021
BED ful size Sealy
Posturepedic. Clean
& excel, cond, $84G
SOLD
BEDS NEW


Full/Queen & King Size
Ortho Pillow top,
Wkarrenty
Starting at $120.
Can deliver,
Call 152-394-5813

BEDROOM SET dresser,
chest of drawers,
2/night stand $75,
352-465-7545


6 pc, brand new
bedroom set.
Still In boxes. $895
Can deliver. Warranty,
352-394-4372

BISTRO SET, 3 piece,
table & 2 chairs, Iron
w/wicker tops, $50
obo 352-323-0981

BOOKCASES (2) oak 6'
h x 22" w x17" d
glass doors, W.
SOLD 1ST DAYI

BUNK BEDS
Complete set, wood,
Asking $175.
Call 352-256-2131

CHAIR beige, rocker/
recllner/gllder, Asking
$65. Please call
585-317-1842

CHAIR
High back black
vinyl, Like new. $25.
Call 352-793-3295
CHAIR Queen Anne
style, $35. Call 352-
728-3928

CHAIR Wooden, small
ladder back, $10. Call
352-728-3928
CHAIR, Lay-z-boy,
swivel, recliner
rocker, Asking $90.
352-323-4838

CHAIR, recliner, La-Z-
Boy, sm. size, light
blue, $4-9
SOLD 1ST DAYI

CHAIR, Rocker, pale
gold. Good cond,
Asking $25. Please
call 352-735-1874
ICIAIR, Rocker, woodI
ith 2 new pads, $45.
[352-978-6346
CHAIRS glider black with
. stool, Asking $45.
Please call 352-408-
5773

CHEST, Lt. Oak, w/A
draws, excel, cond,
Like new, Asking
$75. 352-742-9025

COFFEE TABLE & 2/END
TABLES, Broyhill,
matching, blonde.
$100,.343-4418

C FIE TABLE dark
wood side adjust.
Asking $45, Please
call 352-408=5773

COFFEE TABLE
glass top, light oak
finish, Asking $50
obo, 352-742-9094

OFl- M TABLE
wood, glass, wrought
Iron. Asking $50, Call
352-793-3295

DESK with 4 drawers,
excel cond. Asking
$30. Please call
352-787-5838


804 Furniture
DESK, computer, good
cond. Asking $75.
352-516-8009 call
between 9am & 9pm

DINETTE SET
4/chairs, rectangular.
Aeking 46. SOLDI

DINETTE SET
with 4 chairs,
rectangular. Asking
$40. 352-735-1454

DINING ROOM TABLE,
Solid oak, 42"x72"
w/extra center leaf, 6
oak chairs w/padded
seats, excel, cond. 4
yrs old. $600 firm.
352-750-9866

DINING TABLE, by
Broyhilll, Tropical
Retreat collection,
44"x72", expands to
a 108" w/2 leafs.
$250. Call 352-742-
2481

DRESSER, 6' long w/4'
tall mirror. Solid
wood. Asking $75
Call 352-400-0068

ENTERTAINMENT
CENTER, Oak, Free
27" color TV. $95
847-651-9653

ENTERTAINMENT
CENTER, Oak, fits
27" TV, Excel cond,
$75 352-314-9192

ENTERTAINMENT
CENTER, on rollers
w/ lots of storage, 60
x 53. $100 748-
5268
FUTON $299


Brand new, All wood
frame & plush 8"
mattress, w/warranty
Delivery available
Call: 352-394-3593
FITON Black pad and
black metal frame.
Near newl-$68.
$$$$SOLD$$$$$$

FUTON black metal with
mattress, good cond.
Asking $65. Please
call 352-552-2147

GLASS TABLE TOP
thick, beveled, Like
Newl $65, Call 352-
396-2961

HIDE-A-BED white
background leaf
pattern w/blue green,
$75. 352-735=1874

KITCHEN TABLE w/4
chairs, butcher block
top, excel cond. $69,
SOLDIIII

LAMP Floor, Brass
w/glass globe, Excel
cond, $30. Call 352-
365-1173
LMNG ROM SET



BRAND NEWI
Plush micro-flber
sofa& loveseat,
Can deliver, $699
Call: 352-394-3593
LIVING ROOM TABLE
SET, 3 pc, wood
w/glass tops. $75.
352-483-7577 .

MATTRESS & BOX
SPRING, King,
Comfort Sleeper,
turntable, excl. cond.,
$300 360-0873


















SCHOOL DESK
hardwood chair style.
From the 60's., $20,
449-9881 (Webster),.


SLEEPER COUCH
excel, cond. on
rollers. Asking $9W9
352=321=0752

SLEEP COUCH
excel, cond. on
rollers. Asking $99.
352-321-0752

SOFA 90", med,
Brown/tan. Excel
Cond. $350. Call
352-365-1173

TABLE
Round with 2 leaves.
$65. 352-326-2893


604 Furniture
SOFA Broyhill 6', great
cond., brown & gold
pattern. Asking $60.
352-391-3786

SOFA Broyhill 6',. great
cond,, brown & gold
pattern. Asking $60.
352-391-3786

SOFA TABLE,
light cream, good
shape. $50. Please
call. 352-250-2895

SOFA, sleeper, Broyhill,
contemporary, excel,
cond. $350 352-
360-0873

TABLE wall mounted
pull-out. Asking
$100. Please call
352-343-7047

TABLE white vintage
wicker, beautiful, 40"
glass top. $85. 352-
406-4316

TABLE, Solid Oak,
Clawfoot. Good Cond.
$100 Call 352-793-
7338

TABLES (2) END
TABLES, rattan legs
& white tops. $45 for
the set. 343-1963

TABLES, 2 end, glass
top 2' x 2' black.
w/gold strip, Nice
$30. 352-330-4338

WICKER Sti Rocker,
loveseat, & 2/coffee
tables & end table.
$80, 352-504-6406
905 Appliances
APPLIANCE REPAIRS &
SALES from $60-
$70 and Up, Call
352-504-1597 or
352-315-9010

WASHER & DRYER,
Kenmore Elite, top of
the line, front
loading, HE4T & HE4,
approx, 10, mo, of.
use, mint cond,
Original retail
$2329.98. Sell for
$850/obo. SOLD 1st
Day

CHAIR, white wicker
excel, cond.
w/magazine & cup
holder, $65. 352-
406-4316

DRYER Whirlpool, white,
4-cycle, 3
temperature, heavy
duty, $60, 352-643-
1444

DRYER, Kenmore,
.Excellent shape,
Asking $68.
$$$$$SOLD$$$$$

FREEZER, Danby, white,
small, chest, Runs
good, Asking $100.'
Call 352-343-4714

MICROWAVE
(Convection)
KitchenAld, Works
great. Asking $75,
352-857-0483.



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OVEN (Convection)
KItchenAld, glass top,
Works great. $100,
857-0483

PATIO GRILL,
George Foreman,
elec., hardly used,
$60/obo, 307-9555

REFRIGERATOR 22 cu,
ft. GE w/Icemaker,
almond $75 obo
352-330-0680

REFRIGERATOR
OE Mini 3.7cu.ft.,
Excel cond., $90. Call
352-53-8361


REFRIGERATOR,
17.,cu.ft,
w/Icemaker, 5 yrs
old, excel, cond,
$250. 352-323-
5727

WASHER, kenmore,
DRYER, Maytag,
white, like new, $200
set, 365-0605

000 Electronics

TELEVISION RCA, 26'.
Excel Cond. $150.
Call 352-728-4584


606 Electronics
BATTERY for Canon
camera. Model
NB3L. (2)
w/chargers. $30.
324-2559

CAMERAS (4) Kodak
35mm 1 time flash.
$50/all obo. Call
352-589-1372

CAMERAS 35mm (2)
Fuji (1) NIkon Incl.
film, $50/all obo. Call
352-589-1372

CD CHANGER FIVE DISC
Sony for house
w/VCR. $45 for all.
352-348-9973

CELL PHONE Metro PC
Slider, picture, w/car
charger. $50. Value
$200 753-9341

CELL PHONE ,Sprint
Sanyo SCP 8400,
camera phone. $65.
Call 352-461-6089

CONVb.TER BOX,
Digital Sansonic
ATSC. A.lkg- $30.
Pe eeSOLDI

DESK PHONE
w/answerlng
machine & 2 portable
phones, GE. $35,
321-276-9550

GAME SYbitMS Super
orlg., 64 NES, Dream
Cast, Saturn, $100,
352-357-2771

KEYBOARD, Yamaha,
portable, excel cond.
Only used for 2 mo,,
comes
w/headphones,
pedal,' adapor, users
DVD, Also selling
keyboard stand,
$215 for all, CASH
only Call Allcla 352-
669-5423


PICTURE PHONE Sprint,
PM225. Paid $179.
$40/obo. Good Cond,
455-4872

SPEAKERS (2)
Panasonic, 3' x I'x 9
1/2', $80 for both.
352-460-0423

SPEAKERS BOSE 301
Series 2, looks good
sounds greatly $75/pr
firm, 352-751-7398

PEAREi, 10" square,
Audlovox, Works &
looks great. Asking
$15,352-753-9341

TELEViSION 20" Sony,
Trinitron, color
w/stand. Asking $40.
352-315-0298 -

TELEVISION 27" color,
has RCA jacks. $35.
352-360-1792 or
352-254-0104

TELEVISION 36"
Mitsubishi. Good
cond. Asking $150,
Please call 352-408-
5773

TELEVISION Magnavox
' 19", & RCA VCR
recorder, $60 obo.
352-728-8892

'ItiWN Portable, 5"
LCD screen, color,
great cond, $50,
352-455-4872

I-LEVISION, 20", great
picture, w/remote.
Asking $30, Please
call 352-314-0411

TELEVISION, 25",
Zenith, color,
w/remote, works
great, $75, 352=
245-0716

WINDOWS 5F
DESKTOP, works
good, $90. Call 360-
1.792 or 254 0104

624 ChIldren's
Items

BABY SWING
Winnle the Pooh,
Safety 1st, $40. Call
352-729-2079

BASSINET Kolcraft,
Tender Vibes,
hooded, white eyelet.
$20. 352-793-1469


624 Children's
Items
CLOTHES, baby for a
girl, New born 6 mo.
76 pieces. Like new.
$30 352-348-4426

LEAP FROG activity
station & other nice
toys & clothes Sell
all for $50.357-3996

ROCKING CHAIR, carved
oak, perfect cond.
Ideal baby gift. $75
firm. 242-6033

ROCKING CRADLE wood
19"w x36"I x 36"h
on stand. $45. 352-
255-7623

STROLLER w/top
underneath storage,
blue nice cond. $35.
Call 352-253-9236

TUXEDO Boys w/tail,
size 3T, black. Brand
new. $50. Call 352-
457-1786
625 Building
Supplies/
Materials
DOOR Exterior Alurt.
30" pre-hung, white.
Insulated Like New.
$90 352-787-0108
DUCT WORK, Flexible,
10'. Asking $10. Call
352-455-8811

SHOWER DOORS,
temper glass, like
new, fits stander tub.
$35 352-728-0471

WAltR SOItNER,
Culllgan Medallist
Series, brand new,
Paid $2,800, Asking
$500, Please call
352-728-3497 or
352-978-0780

WINDOWS (6) alum.
screen room, 30" x
68" glass windows.
$75, 352-748-2883
626 Farm
Equipment.
WANT TO BUY 6"
Mainline Aluminum
Irrigation Pipe 813-
752-6523 or 813-
365-8651
685 Garden
AERATOR,
28" wide, draw type.,
$25.,352-787-1226

HEDGE TRIMMER,
16", elec, Asking $20,
Call 352-326-0631

HEDGE TRIMMER, 16",
elec. Asking $20, 352-
326-0631
LAWN MOWER, Push,
20" & gas weed
eater, Both for $100,
Call 352-348-5843"

LAWN MOWER, riding, 8
hp, MTD, 34" Incut,
needs battery & new
seat cover. $100
409-1395

LAWN Ilower, self
propelled, quick start.
works great, Only
$65.352-728-4913

LAWN TRACTOR
Signature 2000,
18hp, 42" cut.$275:
352-391-3786

TRIMMER, EDGER &
HEDGER TRIMMER,
new Worx, w/battery
$80.728-3572

TRIMMER, EDGER &
HEDGER TRIMMER,
new Worx, w/battery
$80.728-3572

TRIMMER/EDGER,
string, Weedeater,
elec. Good cond.
$20.352-742-0894
WhbUhAltH
Works like new. Only
$45. 352-728-4913

840 Guns
BROWNING 22 long
riffle pistol
Buckmark, new in
box $350 CASH, Call
352-245-1441 or
352-653-7396

MARLIN, Model 336,
Lever action, 30 30,
new, $385 Firm,


352r735 1591
STEVEN Shotgun
mordel 512,
lhK.'j, 12 gauge
over & under, Like
new In the box.
$450 Cash, Call
(352)245-1441 or
352-653-7396


649 Medical

BATH TUB CHAIR
with back. Asking
$ r Please call $$
SOLD $$


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848 Medical
CARRIER, New, for elec.
scooter/chair,
powered alum.
platform, 3501b
capacity, attaches to
hitch. $500. Please
call 352-217-3437

CHAIR, power,
Hoveround. Charger,
good batteries. $350.
352-978-6346

HEALTH "0" METER,
Physicians scale
org. price $336 now
$1000bo 589-5422

Ili CHAIR
medium size, like
new, Asking $800.
Please call 352-323-
4838

NECK/SHOULDER
MASSAGE & FOOT
MASSAGER w/heat.
All $35.35 352-753-
7835.

POWER WHEELCHAIR,
Shop Rider, NEVER
USEDI Paid $6500.
Sacrifice for $4000/
obo. (352)483-6241

-lCOm1 H Invacare elec.
mobile. Newl Easy to
transport. $800,
352-793-3295

- SCOOTER, Go-Go,
Good cond. Almost
new. Asking $300
Call 352-365-0605
850 Computers
& Equip
ADM 3A Lear Siegler
Terminal, 1977 serial
228. $75. 352-223-
: 8693

COMPUTER MONITOR,
& KEYBOARD never
hook-up to Internet.
$44. SOLDI

M IRNTER, Epson High
Definition R260,
Photo printer, new.
$45. 326-5296

VISTA HOME EDITION,
new In box, Key has
never been activated,
$45.352-742-3119

852 Articles
For Sale
AIR CONDITIONER
window unit 5,000
BTU's cooling only.
$35.,352-455-8811

ASSORTED TOOLS,
hammers,
screwdrivers,
wrenches .etc. $35,
352-728-4584

IED, toddler
w/mattress. (CARS
red & blue) $75. Call
352-874-6799

BEDDING full-size, 2
sets of sheets &
Comforter skirt.
Excel. $100 753-
2754

BLOUSE, new, Karen
Scott, pink, cut work
collar/pockets, small,
$15.352-357-9663
BOOKS,560 I
hardbacks, (16 boxs)
$80 obo. 787-6921
BOOTS Justin, lace ups
110, brown, good
cond. $65/obo,
Wlldwood 352-748-
2156

:OOTS women's
Cowglrl brown
Ssuede, embossed,
Size 7, new, $25.
S753-4043

IRACELtl Seminole,
Danbury Mint. Never
S Worn, $75.
Gorgeous. 365-1437


Breadman, like new
Asking $40, Please
Scall 352-408-2075
,BREADMAKER
o Panasonlc, good
cond. Asking $60,
' Call 352-742-7471
FOLDING BED
Good cond, $10,.
: Call 352-728-4584


652 Articles
For Sale
BRIDAL GOWN White,
Beautiful, brand new!
Asking $90. Mt.
Dora. 304-210-3060

BURGLAR ALARM All
attachments, new in
box. Asking $95.
352-793-5741

CAMERA Sony Digital,
3.3mp, memory
cards, new case
$40 352-787-6396

CAR NAVIGATOR, MIo
DIgl Walker,
w/windshleld holder,
$75. 352-787-5528

CHAIR. MAT for hard
floor from Office,
Depot like new $25.
$$$$SOLD$$$$$

CHANDELIER
Williamsburg, gold
w/5 candles/bulbs .&
shades. $45. 352-
205-7617

CLOTHING, Ladles Plus
sizes, varies styles,
Asking $100 for all.
352-669-8003

COATS Leather full &
mid length, black,
shorter purple. $95
all. 407-284-0012

COMFORTER SET, king,
shams, bed .skirt,
valance, pillows. $60,
352-409-6011

COOLER COCA COLA
chest style 3'h & 2'
w. Not cold, $QG.
SOLD

CORN HOLE GAME
2 boxes & 8 corn
hole bags. Asking
$50. 352-508-5374

DECORATIONS Guitars
(3) wall decor, 3
sizes. Wrought Iron.
$90.352-365-1437

DIAPERS Adult, and
more, Ig box of
items, $33 for alll
352-324-3025

DISHES, Pfalpzgraft,
"Remembrance". 75
pc. Asking $100..
(352)330-4149

DON'T FORGET
VALENTINE'S DAYI
Save $20 on 12
Long Stemmed Red
Roses & Free Ruby
Vase, Only $39,99.
Order Now, Supply Is
Limited, Only at
www.proflowers.com
/credit or 866-312-
7735

DRAPES, 3 pairs, JC
Penney, like new,
48"x63", Ivory. $45,
352-343-1177

DRESS BOOTS women's
black leather, 3"
heels, size 7, new,
$25. 352-753-4043

ELECTRONIC TRAILER
BRAKE
CONTROLLER,
Tekonsha, new. $55.
352-748-9141

FOLDING TABLES (2)
brand new, 6',
sturdy, w/handles.
$100.748-9611

HALTER DRESSES, semi
formal 18W/Sliver &
20W/Pink, like new.
$50. 352-357-0852

HAT, Cowboy, Reslstol,
size 7, blk. Asking
$45/obo. Wildwood,
352-748-2156

HEAIIR, 40K, BTU, LP
gas with fan blower,
$75 Dave 352-255-
7623

JEANS Women's IZOD
boot cut Jeans, size
16 petite, New with
tags. $11,367-3996

JEWELRY BOX, new,
puzzle, heart shape,
exotic wood. $12,
352-357-9663


852 Articles
For Sale

LEATHER COAT, 3/4
length, black, size
medium. Asking $45.
352-483-3372

LIGHT FIXTURE round
21" diameter, NEW
ceiling or wall mount.
$10.352-435-0055

MATTRESS COVER dbl,
size & comnforter set
brand new, $100 for
all, 352-259-3522

NECKLACE Tiffany & Co,
Heart combo set,
Asking $120, Call
352-348-8373

PAINTING, Sailboat
Castaway w/gold
frame. 54 wide & 43
tall, $35 638-2772

PAINTINGS, framed
prints (2) Claude
Monet & (1) van
Gogh $75 735-6927

PEA COAT, wool, size
14, black, excel.
cond. Asking $30,
352-409-6011

PLANTATION
SHUTTERS, new.
Asking $100 for pair.
Please call 352-613-
2394

RECORD ALBUMS
Old Classics, approx:
15. Asking $40 obo.
954-588-5170

RECORDS
900 LP $90/all.'
$$$$SOLD$$$$$

RED SILK FLOWERS
(Growing in Ig chest.)
Both for $100 new.
352-735-1177

RUG Blue w/design.
Room size. Good Cond.
$50,408-8122

RUG Blue w/deslgn.
Room size, Good Cond.
$75.408-8122

RUG Ig, for living rm.
Excel Cond. $75. Call
352-357-9305 or
352-455-2224

RUG Square w/frult
design. med, size.
Good Quality. $75.
352-357-9305

-RUG, 92" x 92" Square,
Chocolate brown, low
nap. $50 Call 352-
728-6237

RUGS, (2) area,
matching, 5' x 8' &
40" wide x 50"long,.
both $45 638-2772

SEWING MACHINE
old, portable, mint
cond., case. Asking
$95, 352-793-5741

SEWING MACHINE
Singer, portable
w/case. Good cond.
$75. 352-669-4512

SEWING MACHINE,
Singer, '20's
portable, W/case.
Excel. $85, 435-
0350,

SEWING MACHINE,
Singer, Electric, In
cabinet $25. Call
352-787-0613

SHOW Tickets 3/14
Legally Blonde at Bob
Carr excel, seats 2
for $60,728-8460

SIGN Says "OPEN",
neon, 331/2"X 15",
Asking $100, Please
call 352-460-0423

SWAG LIGHT, brown
w/flickering amber
lights, $60, Must
Seel 352-787-3162

SWAB LIGHT, brown
w/filckering amber
lights, $60, Must
Seel 352-787-3162

SWIVEL ROCKER, (2),
white, w/cushlon &
matching center
table, SOLD 1ST
DAYI


TABLE antique pedal
sewing machine
base w/marble top.
$100.735-1570

TABLE LAMPS, (2)
Sculpted, pale peach
base, 28" high. $25
pair. 352-748-0399

TABLE, 48", white,
plastic w/2 white
plastic chairs,. Ael
"44. SOLD 1ST DAYI

TUXEDO Men's, (After
Six), Jacket & pants
sz. 42 long, $250
new $40. 217-4809


852 Articles
For Sale
TUXEDO Men's, Jacket
& pants sz. 48-48
long, $300 new, sell
$60. 217-4809

TYPEWRITER
Smith Corona
w/case, Good cond.
$40, 352-742-7471
VACUUM, Kirby,
w/attachments, used
once. Asking $1700
Obo, 352-406-6606
VEST Carhartt, fleece
lined construction
vest, size large. $25.
352-253-1106
WATCH, Bulova
women, 22
diamonds, $250 Call,
352-360-3921
WATER SOFTENER,
Culligan Medallist
Series, brand new.
Paid $2,800. Asking
$500, Please call
352-728-3497 or
352-978-0780
WORKBENCH
New, sturdy built all
wood, 8' long. $70.
352-343-7201

855 Musical

Instruments

ORGAN, Technix, EN 3,
2 keyboards w/cover,
dark cherry, like new,
$800/obo. Moving
Must Sell! 352-365-
2425

800 Office
Furniture/
Supplies

TABLE Conference,
laminated oak,
36'x72'. $15/obo.
352-307-9555

875 Sports/
Recreation

BICYCLE 26" balloon
tire. Men's, Asking
$25. Please call
815-383-7536

BICYCLE 26" w/balloon
tires, coaster brake.
Great shape $25,
352-483-3029
BICYCLE 3-wheel, large
seat & basket, rebuilt
$100. 978-6346 or
978-6342
BICYCLE EZ Roll, 3-
wheel, w/big seat &
basket. $100. 352-
399-2260.
BICYCLE
GT 26" Mountain.
Asking $100. Please
call 954-588-5170
BICYCLE Ladies sun, 4
speed, 24", like new.
Asking $100, 352-
750-0199

BICYCLE
Mountain/Touring,
multi-speed. $50.
352-978-6346
BICYCLE Vintage. Good
cond. Asking $100.
Please call 352-504-
6406

BICYCLE, 26" Huffy
Beach Cruiser, excel.
cond, Women's. $75
352-259-3522
[BIUYULE, 3 Wheell
Asking $85, Please call
[815-383-7536 |
BICYCLES, (2)
fold up, Asking $75 for
both, 336-817-7509
BIKE RACK, holds 3
bikes w/lock. Asking
$30, Please call,
352-750-9693

BOWUNG SHOES,
Ladles, Dexters,
white, new, size 6,
$20 352-360-1317
DIVING/SNORKEL FINS,
3pair, new cond, $75
all. 435-0350
EXERCISE MACHINE
955 Air Bike dual
action. Asking $50,
352-735-1454

EXERCISE MACHINE
Power Racer, Asking
$50. Please call


352-669-6742
EXERCISER (Fitness
Flyer), retail $250,
Asking $75. Call
352-753-7713
GO CART axle wheels,
tires, sprocket chain,
clutch. Asking $45.
352-815-0268
GOLF BALLS Good
cond. & choice. You
pick, $3 per dozen.
Call 352-314-9343
IUU- PULL CAHI.
Asking $10 Please call
352-748-7818


675 Sports/
Recreation

GOLF CUB, Adams
Tight Lies, Fair way
wood #3, brand new.
$40. 352-748-9141

GOLF CLUBS Rawlings,
Ladies, 3 iron-PW, 1,
3, 5, woods/bag. $75
352-245-0716

HELMET, chest guards
& Jersey for dirt
bike, "No Fear." New.
$75.308-6623





LOADED
Brand new w/fiber
optic waterfall, cup
holders, therapy Jets,
Can deliver. $1,895,
Call: 352-394-3279

POOL LEAF COVER
mesh, new 24' round
above ground pool
$65.,352-223-7620


IOanIU IInow, UOUIII
double-arch table.
Must seel
Can deliver.
Call: 352-394-3279

ROAD BIKE SADDLE,
Cannondale Light.
Asking $25. Please
call 352-750-9693

ROD/SPINNING REEL
COMBO, new, quality.
Asking $25, Call
(352)728-6585

SLIDE, Swimming pool,
8', fiber glass, needs
cleaning. $0-. gall
SOLD

SPA Coleman 2/3
person, includes
steps & cover,
$1,500. Call 352-
569-5844

TRAMPOULINE
Great cond. Asking
$75. Please call
352-455-7545

WEIGHT BENCH Welder.
Pro Style excel, cond.
Asking $50 firm. Call
352-217-0586

085 Tools/
Machinery

AIR BRAD NAILER 18
gage, w/staples.
Never used, in box,
$3. $$$ SOLD $$$

BAND SAW,
Good cond. Asking
$100. Please call
352-343-1591

CHAIN SAW,' 2.0,
Poulan, gas 14"
(NEW), never used
$100 Call 352-348-.
5843

CIRCULAR SAWS (2)
AND SANDER, Asking
$50 obo. Please call
352-348-9973

DRILL, Heavy duty,
5/8", Asking $100 obo
352-793-7338 |
END WRENCH
between 1" & 2".
Asking
SOLDIIIIIII

PAINT SPRAYING
OUTFIT New In box.
Gun Regulator &
Hose, $80. 787-
3162

SANDER Craftsman, 1/2
hp, dual motion,
w/dust pickup
system, $45, 728-
5262

,SHOP LIGHTS, (2), 48",
hanging. Asking $20
for both, Please call
352-343-0587

TABLE SAW with planer
on easy movable
table. Asking $100,
352-343-91591

WOOD LATHE, Rock
well, 4 speed, on
metal stand, Cast-
Iron w/ tools, $225.
793-5204

WRENCHES,
combination box &
open from 1" to 1
5/8", New. Britain
U.S.A, 16 pieces.
$200 352-978-6346

701 Dining &
Entertainment

SUNDAY BRUNCH
11:30 2:30
VIc's Embers
352-728-8989


800
Real Estate
For Rent



808 Houses

Unfurnished

1, 2&3 BR
Starting at


$650

352-314-1599
CLERMONT Groveland
Hwy. 50' 1 & 2 BR
From $550, Units for
sale with low down
352-394-2033
Details

EUSTIS 2/1 w/2 car
garage, $795/mo,
1st, & last. Section 8
OK 407-489-6192
EUSTIS 3/1 chain link
fence, carport, quiet
area. Families
welcome no pets.
$950/mo + $950
sec. 352-357-2296
EUSTIS 3/2/2
$950/mo. 1'st & last.
Call 352-589-0257
FRUITLAND PARK
Unique opportunity. 1
ac + property,
w/3/2/2 house &
4,200 sf warehouse
w/office & bathroom.
$1,950/mo both.
357 Walters Pl off
Micro Race Track Rd.
352-750-5793

LADY LAKE 3/2 Built In
'06, CHA, privacy
fenced back yard.
$1,050/mo + Call
352-408-9274
LEESBURG 3/2, large
shaded lot. $750 mo.
1st, last + dep. 352-
406-5728
LEESBURG 3/2, very
nice & clean. $850.
mo. No
pets/smoking, Call
352-408-0207

LEESBURG 3/2/2 CHA,
apple Great area.
$1,100/mo + sec.
352-787-9436

LEESBURG 3/2/2
fenced, country
setting $900/mo.
Pets OK. 352-408-
8562
LEESBURG 4/2.
$750/mo. 2/1
remodeled, carpet &
detached 2 car
garage/workshop.
Call 352-365-2603
LEESBURG New 3/2/2,
near Lake Square
Mall. $1,150 mo. +
sec. Incl, water/
sewer/trash. Call
352-728-8278
LEESBURG/FRUITLAND
PARK 2/2/1 Living &
family rm,, fenced
$800/mo. 408-8562

RENTALS
Clermont -1br LARGE
home $550,00
Clermont 2 story on
canal to Chain of
Lakes 2br & office
$1000,00 no pets
Clermont 3br home,
big bonus rm.,
screen, porch
$950.00.
Mlnneola -3br fenced
yd pets ok,
porch $950,00
Groveland 3 & 4 br
homes $950,00 &
up
Clermont Lake Shore
Drive home
Exclusive area,
$1,100.00 Incl.
lawn, Pets OK
Clermont 4/3 almost
brand new-only
$1,250,001
Clermont 5br pool
home HUGE II
$1,500,00
ROCKER
REALTY
352-394-3570
wwwRockerRealtylnc.
comn
TAVARES 3/2 CHA,
fenced yard. $800/
mc. 31738 Blanton
Ln. 352-227-0054

TAVARES 3/2, appi,
W/D. Please Call 352-
409-7226
UMATILLA 3/1 all appi
incl. fenced yard,
carport. $800/mo.
Call Adelino 352-
408-1001


806 Houses

Unfurnished


TAVARES
Canalfront.

smoking.
Schools.
RENTEDIII


3/2/2

No
Tavares
Call


UMATILLA 2/1 $550/
mo. + sec. dep. 352-
357-3136 or 352-
357-3672.

UMATILLA 3/2 on 2 ac.
on lake, remodeled,
W/D. $850/mo. Call
Fred 352-455-1918

WILDWOOD 3/1,5 scm
porch, Ig, family rm,,
fenced backyard,
Inside until, shed, 2.5
lots, 1st, last/sec.
$768/mo Call 352-
365-0719

WILDWOOD Oak Hill
Near Hwy, 75, 3/2, 1
ac, fenced. $950 mo.
407-247-8329

807
Apartments

Unfurnished

EUSTIS PARKVIEW
APTS 1, 2 & 3 BR
SPECIAL $425, $525,
$625. Nice, newly '
remodeled, new appl.
Water, trash, pest
control Incl. $99 dep.
w/this ad. 352-357-
5675

APARTMENTS
& DUPLEXES
Starting at

$425


ERMAom Grizzard
REALTORS

1, 2, &3 BR
352-314-1599

CLERMONT Groveland
Hwy, 50 1 & 2 BR
From $550, Units for
sale with low down
352-394-2033
Details






COME LIVE
WITH US,
YOU'LL
LOVE ITI

Great Location


RENiTALREDUCTION

In Eustis!
The LONGER
you stay,
The LESS you payll

*Great move-in gifts
'1 & 2 Bedroom Units
*All First Floor-
No StalrslI
*Private Entrances &
Patios
*Washer & Dryer
hook up
*Lots of Storage
*Cathedral Ceilings
*On-Slte ProfesslonaL
Management
*Beautiful Landscaping
and Open Space
WE PAY WATER
& SEWER
Saves you Moneyl
PETS WELCOME

LYN
TERRACE
APARTMENTS
1651 CR19-A
352-357-7332
Mon-Frl, Noon-6pm
Sat,-Sun, lpm-5pm
Appointments
ANYT1MEI

EUSITS SANDS
APARTMENTS
1 & 2 bedrooms
starting at $345 mo.,
62+, handicapped/
disabled. Section 8
accepted 352-589-
7005
Equal Housing
Opportunity

EUSTIS 1/1 -$575/mo
Incl util, $625 Move-
In. (incl 1st mo rent)
2/2 $700/mo. Incl
until, $750 Mpve-In
(Incl 1st mo. rent) .
Call 407-617-2508


EUSTIS Clean, quiet, 2/2
CHA, near downtown,
no pets, no smoking.
$550 month + sec.
352-551-4648 or
352-735-4423


807
Apartments

Unfurnished
HISTORIC TAVARES
1/1 full kitchen.
$485/mo. + sec.
incl. cable TV, 321
lanthe St. 352-669-
0961

















LEESBURG 2/1 107 S
Lone Oak Dr. $550/
mo. Other units avail.
352-434-9785

LEESBURG *2/2 W/D
hook-up, scrn porch.
$675/mo *2/1 W/D
hook-up $575/mo.
*2/1 no hook-up.
$550/mo. No Pets,
Smoke Free! 352-
787-6928

LEESBURG Downtown
area. The Enclave at
Cauthen Circle. A
new 55+ community
of 1 BR, 1 BA Luxury
apts. Rents beginning
at $695/mo Call
Cauthen Properties.
352-250-4289

MOVE-IN FOR $200
THRU2/15, 1 & 28R
FROM $495. 352-229-
6667

MT DORA 1/1 Centrally
located. $520/mo +
$300 saec. No Pets.
Call 352-735-2071

MT. DORA Lg 2/1 .
Duplex 449 E'11th
Ave. $675/mo. No
pets. 407-644-
7641


















Now renting 1 & 2 br.
apts. Equal Housing
Opportunity provided.
Call 352-429-4571
TDD# same as the
office. Groveland
SWEETHEART OF A
DEALI 1, 2 and 3
bedroom apartments
available. Move-In by
2-28-09 and receive
1/2 off the 1st month's
rent. Bring this ad and
pay $0
application fee.
Some restrictions
apply, Call 352-748-




6288 for more
information

808
Apartments
Furnished
UMATiLLA Lg. Furn
studio for $550. util
Incl, Furn 1 BR $575.
Adults, priv parking
No pets, 250-4711
809 Roommate
Wanted
EUSTIS AREA Furnished
room for rent, $95
wk. + dep., ncl. until,
352-589-0108 msg

EUSTiS Mature female,
wanted to share
executive home w/lg.
bedroom, private, ba,


possible 3rd rm. All
utll. $575/mo, Call
352-988-8575

LEESBURG Mall Area,
male looking to share
3/1. $125/wk, Call
352-227-0054

TAVARES in 55+ MHP,
own entrance,
w/frldge & TV, W/D.
All util. Incl.
$100/wk. 343-5704

810 Duplexes
LEESBURG 2/1 Avail,
$675/mo.,$675 sec.
352-742-3377


810 Duplexes

CLERMONT Groveland
Hwy. 50 1 & 2 BR
From $550. Units for
sale with low down
352-394-2033
Details

CLERMONT Groveland
Hwy. 50 1 & 2 BR
From $550. Units for
sale with low down
352-394-2033
Details

FRUITLAND PARK 2/2 &
3/2 with garage.
$700 and up. Call
352-787-5540
LEESBURG 2/1
$575/mo, & 1/1
$475/mo. No Pets
352-504-5407
LEESBURG 2/1 util rm,
W/D hookups, No
pets, $525/mo. +
$500 sec,589-1996

LEESBURG 2/1.5 w/
storage, near
downtown $650/mo.
+ $500 dep 352-
323-4974 Realtor

LEESBURG 3/2 with
garage $775 mo. +
$600 sec. Call Mike,
352-223-5300

LEESBURG, 2/1 w/util.
room. Very clean. No
pets. $625/mo.,
$500 Security. 787-
0769 *

811 Condos/

Townhouses

1, 2, & 3 BR
Starting at

$695

ER I mGrImarId
REALTORS'


352-314-1599
LEESBURG 3/2 In town,
private courtyards.
$745/mo. + $500
dep. 352-319-8000

MT, DORA Mint 2/2.5
w/lake view in park
like setting.
Sunroom, pool,
clubhouse, dock.
$825. 352-223-
0503

ROYAL OAKS 2/2.5,
Move In Ready, all
appi, end patio.
Beautiful &
reasonable. 352-
516-2657

812 Rooms to
Rent

EUSTIS, furnished for 1
adult. All util, cable,
high-speed Internet.
$125/wk. 217-3437

LEESBURG GORGEOUS
Private rm w/pool,
Close to alll $140/wk
Incl utll. Background
ck req'd 255-3291

LEESBURG Walk to
Downtown. $75/wk
+ $150 dep. Ref's &
job req'd, 352-255-
8088

LEESBURG, Christian
woman w/small dog.
On limited Income,
ROOM FOUND
LADY LAKE Clean fum
3/2 home to share,
Incl, cable, laundry &
all utilities


813 Homes
lb Share

ANYWHERE' LAKE
COUNTY Will
consider other areas.
HELP retired deputy
sheriff needs a
home, Christian
Female non-smoker,
Prefer private bed &
bath In home on
property w/horses,
other animals. Willing
to share home or
rent of cottage or
separate rental on
property, Nice, clean,
fum, of unfum,
would love to assIst


w/horses & other
animals. Have
bedroom set, TV,
computer w/desk &
chair, Suggestions
are welcomed for
varied rent situations
#especially those that
would like assIstance
with horses &
animals, Please call
anytime, Call Janet
352-589-5872

EUSTIS Rm/Rent: House
forest, pool. Female to
share w/same. $432.
Non smoking. Leave
msg 352-357-5284


813 Homes
To Share

Female would like to
rent privacy in home
or cottage, farm
setting OK Non-
smoker. Love horses
& animals. Have
bedroom set &
computer. Call 352-
589-5872


818 Commercial
Property

CLERMONT Office
Warehouse 2400 sf
with 400 sf
additional space free
only $5.75 per ft
Monthly $1,281.77
call 321-689-5785
or 352 394-5477.

CLERMONT Retail Space
1610 sf, up to 3220
sf. Hwy 50 frontage
free 1st mo rent, and
owner will help with
build out, avail
immed Contact 321-
689-5785 or 352-
394-5477

LEESBURG Downtown
office Suites Avail,
Hwy. Commercial
Offices & 3,800SF
Office/Showroom/Wa
rehouse. Call
Galbreath Realty
352-787-4584

OFFICE AND
WAREHOUSE
SPACE



RA RELTORS

AVAILABLE
352-314-1599


818
Manufactured
Homes




1, 2 &3BR-
Starting at

$450

E1 rmGrizzd11
REALTORS

352-314-1599

ALTOONA 2/1
$485/mo, + $500 sWc
No Pets. 352-735-
2071

ALTOONA 3/2
$535/mo. + $500 ic
No Pets. 352-735-:
2071

CLERMONT Groveland
Hwy. 50 1 & 2 BR
From $550. Units for
sale with low down
352-394-2033
Details

LEESBURG 2/1 on
canal to Lk. Eustis
with boathouse $700
mo, Call 941-716-
0339

LEESBURG 2/1
singlewlde, carport
and new Inside,
$550/ mo. 1st &
dep, req'd, 308-325-
6089

LEESBURG 2/1, CHA, on
private property.
$400/mo + Sec,
Dep. No
Pets/smoking, 352-
508-5374

LEESBURG 4/2 on Ig.
lot, 34961 CR. 473,
Call 360-0400 ask
for Sherry

LEESBURG/TAVARES
2/2 canal front to
Lake Eustls, 2 car
detached garage.
Clean & fully furn.
Seasonal OK. Not in
park. Treed
lot/wheelchair
accessible. $695/mo
+ dep. 352-253-
0086


THt HAVEN ON LK
HARRIS 1/1 Partially
furn. $500/mo. No
Pets.. 352-978-
5077'

UMATILLA Marion
County Very cute
2/2, $550/mo $600
dep. 352-360-0507

UMATILLA SANDY
ACRES 3/2, CHA,,
fenced yard, carport.
$600 mo. + $600
dep. Pets allowed.
352-223-6802,


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B11


CALL CLASSIFIED AT: LAKE 314-3278, SUMTER 748-1955 South Lake Press


900
Real Estate
For Sale


903 Homes
For Sale
2BR 2BA Only $23,9001
3BR 2BA $56,000!
3BR 3BA $39,004!
Buy Foreclosure! For
Listings 800-279-
1604
.3BR 2BA Only
$299/mol 3BR
2.5BA Only
$210/mo! 2BR 1BA
Only $199/mo! (5%
Down 20 yr. at 8.5%
APR) Foreclosures!
For Listings Call
800-272-9416
EUSTIS 2/1 good area,
SALE Or LEASE Incl.
Water & lawn care
$850/mo. 267-4465
LADY LAKE 3/2 Built in
.'06 CHA, privacy
fenced back yard.
$145,000. Call 352-
408-9274
LEESBURG 4/2 CR. 452
on 2.3 ac.
w/additional
Detached 4 car
garage. Lg. pool.
Owner financing
avail. 352-267-4809
LEESBURG In
Plantation. 55+ gated
community, resident ,
owned, 2,100 sq. ft., 2
master bedrooms +
den, 2 1/2 baths,. 2
1/2 car garage, 2 golf
courses-18 hole,
amenities $85 a mo.,
extras galore. $189K
352-408-0952
LEESBURG New 3/2 Lg.
lot, great location,
near schools &
shopping. Owner
- financing avail. Call
352-267-4809
TAVARES 3/2/2 $195K
Canal Front. Must
Sell Before Owner
Loses to Banki 352-
408-0207

960 Comm
Real Estate
LEESBURG 4,000 sf
building on 2.12 ac,
zoned industrial
31717 Progress Rd.
Call 352-326-8030


1000
Manufactured
Homes


1001 Mtd Homes
For Sale

Al I1 -Nl0N: Brand
new dbl. wide $37,900
Delivered & set up. 0-
Down, land/home

HO'WRT
MOBILE HOME SALIS
$650 mo. Repos avail.
352-307-2244

FRUITLAND PARK 1/1
Furn, in desirable
55+ Lake Griffin
community. Pool Hot
Tub, Marina,' Incl.
nice Fl. Rm. W/D,
mower. $10,200.
Call 352-326-3676

FRUITLAND PARK
40'x12' Lg. 1/1,
12'x18' FL. rm., scrn
rm. & carport. New
kitchen cabinets,
sink. $15,000 + lot
rent. (352)728-8874

LEESBURG 2/2 furn. in
Adult park, CHA,
apple, $4,609/ebe.
Call $$$SOLD$$$

LEESBURG 2/2, double
wide furn. many
extras. $14,500. Call
352-728-0630

LEESBURG JUST
REDUCED FROM
$29,900 TO
$19,900 Moving
north, must sell
55+ community fully
fum. 3/2, '83, many
upgrades, 2 sheds,
many extras. Call
352-365-9799

MT DORA 2/2 in 55+
park, w/10'x22'
master bedroom,
fully turn." carport,
scrn porch. Asking
$8,000. Lot rent
$325 incl. water,
sewer, garbage, lawn
care. 352-343-8233


1002 Mfg
Homes
W/ land
For Sale
CONTINENTAL CC For
Sale or Rent, Furn. or
Unfurn. Annual or
Seasonal 2/2 Newly
remodeled Highly
active 55+ w/golf &
extra activities
352-748-5245

FRUITLAND PARK 3/2
doublewide on nice
corner lot, 36745
Shadow Hill Dr. Inside
& out remodeled,
new carpet & appl.
Ready to move in.
$79K. 267-8391
HAWTHORNE AT
LEESBURG resident
owned 55+
community, 2/2
doublewide, approx.
1,600 sf, FL, scrn,
bonus rms, workshop.
Very Clean Ready to
Move-In $88,500.
352-742-2256
SUMMERFIELD Roomy
doublewide near
Villages, 2/2 on 1/3
ac, carport, 2
owners, good shape.
$69,000. Call 419-
306-0300
TAVARES Great canal
lot, 2/2 55+, dock,
hoist. 862 Patriot
Place. Imperial Ter. E
$137,5K 253-5207




1100
Recreation


1101 Boats
ALUMACRAFT, 14', 4 hp
Evinrude, galvanize
boat trailer, 43 lb
trolling motor. All in
except cond. $850.
352-319-6898
BOAT, 14 ', Fiberglass
w/ trailer, steering
cables as is $400
obo 352-460-0668
BOAT, fishing fiberglass,
14', deep sides, 2
fishing seats, 25)hp
Yamaha, manual
start, good trailer,
ready to fish, Asking
$1,290. Call 352-
205-3887


1101 Boats
FISHING PONTOON, 18',
50 hp, trolling motor.
Like new! $6,250.
408-7865
FLOATING DOCK 6'xl 6'.
New! With hardware,
fiberglass coated
pontoons. $1,595.
Call 352-343-4108
JET SKI W/TRAILER, '97
Kawasaki, does not
run but fixable. $100
352-348-2282
BOAT Aluminum &
trailer, 14,', '92, 15
hp, Johnson &
Electric, 47 thrust,
trolling motdr.
$1000. 352-748-
3463

1120 Marine
Equip/
Supplies
[ROPE, 200 feet, 3/41
nylon, line, new. $95
all 352-735-1591

1150 RV&
Campers
COACHMAN 35' trailer
'95. Excel Cond.
CHA. $5,200. Call
270-601-0947
JAYCO '04 Class C, 27K
mi, 2/slides, very
clean. $42,000.
352-324-3812.
SPRINTER Trailer '04,
w/slide-outs. Located
on canal in Lake
Saunders RV Resort,
Lg. deck and util
shed. $18,900. Call
352-385-0657

1200
Transportation

1205 Autos
CHEVROLET '95 Lumina
LS, V6, reliable
transportation daily
driver, 112K mi.,
keyless remote entry,
Pioneer sound
-system w/kicker.
Asking $2,09,.
Please call $$$
SOLD$$$
CHEVROLET '96
Lumina LS 117K mi.,
loaded, excel, cond.!
Asking $2,200.
Call 352-446-7900
LINCOLN '99 Town Car
95,500 mi. $4,300
obo. 303-562-6096,
(Wildwood)


1205 Autos
DODGE, Spirit, '93,
Drives excellent, 4
cylinder, $750 obo
352-728-1877 or
352-804-0053




FORD '00, ESCORT
.ZX-2,821(Kml.
Excellent Condtgonl
Asking $2,850
Call 352-446-7900
JEEP WRANGLER 94
4x4 5 speed. Runs
good, new tires, cloth
top & bikini .top
Custom built, tow bar
$3,600. Also 92.
Dodge, 2500, Auto
Trans. Cummins
diesel, runs good,
good tires $2,600
352-324-4054

MERCURY Grand
Marquis, '93, luxury
& quality at a small
price. 78K, $2985.
Please call 352-406-*
6422
POUCE IMPOUNDS!
$500 Hondas/
Chevys/Jeeps l &
More! Cars from
$500! For Listings
and Details 800-
.773-2204
TOYOTA CAMRY 1999
Only $2,2101 Buy
Police Impounds!
Many Makes
Available. For Listings
Call 800-671-1134

1206 Aviation




PLANE,' Lgr 'pT
A-22 Valor, 2 place,
Rotax 100HP, Yoke
control, TT61 Hrs, GPS
296, Eis, Efis, M760
Radio, Fuel gauges,
stall speed 44, Max
136 mph, red color,
Also airport property for
sale, call Ernie for more
nfo, 352-442-3291

1275 Golf
Carts

BATTERY BOYS INC.
48v set, $599.95
36v set $509.95
Installed at your home
352-321-9331


1275 Golf
Carts

CLUB CAR BODY
1 -rear section.
Asking $40. Please
call 352-357-7652

E-Z-GO, '02, 36 volt,
new batteries, high
speed, windshield,
lights, driving cover,
many extras. $2000
obo.901-262-9554

GOLF CART BATTERY
CHARGER-used, 36
volt. A ing $ 100.
$$$$$SOLD$$$$$$
GOLF CART E-Z-GO '04,
electric, charger incl.
Excel. cond. $1,800.
Call 304-575-9770

GOLF CART good cond.,
new
starter/generator/belt
s. $4999 obo. $$$
SOLD $$$

GOLF CART PARTS:
windshield, tires,
rims, hubcaps. $50.
352-357-7652
GOLF CART .TIRES &
RIMS Brand new!
$00 for cot of 1.
SOLD
WANTED TO BUY: GOLF
CART Dead or Alive,
336-817-7509 or
352-455-8383

YAMAHA NEW '09. 48V,
4 YR WARRANTY. IF
YOU BUY ANYWHERE
ELSE WE BOTH
LOSE! 352-793-
3948 or 813-477-
0050

1210 Mcycles/
Mopeds

BAG, motorcycle (Tour
Master) black, very
nice. $100 352-874-
6799

SADDLE BAGS
Good condition $55
Call 352-357-8877
SADDLE BAGS Gold
Wing, hard, with tail
lights. Asking $60. I
352-365-2301

SUZUKI '03, Burgman
650, excel. cond.
new tire, 15,290 mi.
Asking $4,400. Call
269-816-3583 o(
352-787-3364


1210 Mcycles/
Mopeds
YAMAHA Riva Scooter,
125 cc, '99, 50mph,
excel. cond. 3200
miles, $1,100 352-
343-1538

1214 Mcycle.
Repair
SEAT & SET OF PIPES,
Harley Davidson.
Asking $100. Please
call 352-551-8798
1230 Vans
CHRYSLER '00 Voyager,
4 cyl, 155K mi, no
a/c reliable. Asking

SOLD II!!IIIIIIII!!
DODGE Grand Caravan
white '95,, 3.3 V-6,
runs & looks new.
128K, new tires,
$1900 315-0984 or
407-257-6451

1232 4x4's
.SUBURBAN,* 4x4 '91
200 k miles, runs
strong, auto, A/C, PS,
PB, Lift kit, good
tires $2900 Call
352-589-0263
1235 S U V
FORD '00 Expedition
XLT, 4x4, 70K mi.
Like new. $6,800
obo. 352-267-4119




ISUZu '96, RODEO,
115K ml., V-6.
Looks & runs greatill
Asking $1,800
Call 352-406-1167

1240 Trucks
Ught Duty




MAZDA '94, B3000,
109K ml., V-6.
Excellent Conditionl!!
Asking $2,299.
Call 352-446-7900

1241 Trucks.
Heavy Duty
FORD '02 LXT, F350
7.3 Itr. diesel, super
chip, 17MPG, ext.
cab, 1 ton, 4x4,
trailer pkg. Exel.
cond. Just above
wholesale $14,900
obo. 352-259-0787


1247 Trailers
ELECTRIC trailer tonge
jack. almost new.
sades the back.
$100 793-5204
TRAILERS (3), 8', 10', &
12', all have 3' sides.
$500 for all. 352-
787-5819
UTILITY TRAILER,
tandem axle, 20' x
91". Asking $400
obo. 352-669-5578

1250 Antique
Cars
Auto Swap Car.Corral
Show 16th annual
Sumter Swap' Meets
Sumter Cnty.
Fairgrounds.
Bushnell, FL. Feb.
13,14 & 15, 2009.
1-800-438-'8559.

1264 Auto
Parts

Accessory
BUG SHIELDS (1) '02
Altima (1) '98
Concorde $40/all.
352-787-5819
CADILLAC V-8 head,
valve job done.
Warehoused 25 yrs.
$100.324-2173
CAP Fiberglass, 6' bed,
gray, 'Very good
cond. $100. 352-
288-3806
CHEVROLET DANA
REAR END, 8 lug, 14
bolt rear cover. $100.
357-3616
EARLY CAR ADS, 770
ads. Asking $140.
352-728-1180
FLAT BED COVER
fiberglass fits 250
long bed Ford truck"
$100.223-8500

HITCH, Roadmaster, for
Motor Home to pull a
car. Asking $100.
336-817-7509
PICK UP CAP, Florida
line, short bed, excel
cond. i:r.,,rij:i 72"
wide x 80" long.
$300 793-5204
PICK-UP TOPPER
6', sliding windows,
black. Asking $225.'
352-391-3786
SPORT SPOT LIGHT,
'31 Chevy. Asking $95,
352-728-1180


1264 Auto
Parts

Accessory
SPARK PLUG WIRES
MSD 8.5 mm, plug
ends 90 degrees.
New $70.751-7398

TIRE & RIM Dun:op,
P195/70/14, to: a
'99 Toyota. new.
$50. 352-728-4425

TIRES (2), Kumho
1955016, half the
tread left. $40 obo.
352-455-3342

TIRES (2), Kumho
1955016, half the
tread left. $40 obo.
352-455-3342

TIRES used (4) Goodyear
P235/65R17. Asking
9- REDUCED $40.
352-255-7623

TOW BAR,
Tow Master. Asking
$80. Please call
352-358-4584

TRAILER HITCH for '-07
Lacrosse or Century
$80. Call 352-343-
7201


1264 Auto
Parts

Accessory
TRANSMISSION, 2
wheel drive, 5 speed,
4.0, Jeep. Asking
$100 308-6623 .
TRUCK TOPPER fits
'01 Ford F150. Asking
$99. 352-753-4141
WHEELS (4) 15", 5 \ug
from Mitsubishi.
Asking $100. Please
call 352-735-1570

WHEELS, (2) Alum.
Rodeo or Passport,
SUV, 16X7JJ. $40
/obo. 352-787-1922

WINDOW Rear, tinted &
gasket F-150; Bug
shield '06 Explorer.
$40/all 787-5819


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Custom pool home on

on three acres


'Don't miss this custom.pool home on three acres in the country


Gorgeous custom pool home on 3
acres in great country location with no
deed restrictions. Just 15 minutes to
mall and restaurants. This home features
a split floor plan with separate dining
room, large great room, and breakfast
nook. Living room welcomes you with a
beautiful wood burning fireplace with
natural stone same as exterior. Kitchen
has hardwood flooring, custom built
cabinets, island and large pantry. Master
suite features double door entry, tray
ceiling, and dual air-conditioning sys-
tem. Master bath with double sinks, gar-
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shower heads. 4th bedroom is 25x 17


and currently being used as a billiard
room with a built in bar. Original.plans
were intended as in law suite and can be
easily changed if necessary. Half bath is
conveniently located by back door for
easy access to pool. Gorgeous pool and
hot tub with waterfall over looks the
back yard acreage. Patio includes sum-
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your horses or pets to enjoy the acreage
as much as you will. Asking $395,000
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PEP talk

People, Events and Places in Real Estate


Multi-Million Dollar
Club Members
LEESBURG ERA Tom Grizzard
Realtors, Inc. would like to congratu-
late the following agents for produc-
ing over $2 Million in 2008.
Congratulations Multi-Million Dollar
Club Members: Dick Batts, Ken
Casey, Doug DuVarney, Jessica
Graham, Linda Grizzard, Tom
Grizzard, Mike Herman, April
Kearney, Jeri Kent, Sandy Knox, Dale
Lamb-Witter, Ron Ricketts, Laura &
Armand Vien and Craig Yox.
Special Recognition
Club Members
LEESBURG ERA Tom Grizzard
Realtors, Inc. would like to congratu-
late their Special Recognition Club
Members for 2008 (producing
between $1-$2 million): Barbara
Anderson, Richard Beliveau, Bill
Gamble, Rose Lima, Alice Ristine,
Karen Wade and Sharon Wooten.
2009 Lake-Sumter
Parade of Homes
This yearly parade of homes
begins Feb. 21 and continues to
March 1, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Mon.-Sat.
and noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday.
Location guides for the event will be
available on Feb. 20 in outside racks
at the following locations: Home
Builders Assoc. in Tavares; Lake
County Welcome Center, U.S. Hwy. 27
South; Chevron, 6321 N. Orange
BlossomTrail in Mount Dora; Coldwell
Banker/Tyre Taylor, 2765 S. Bay St. in
Edistis; Colonial Bank, 481 E. Hwy. 50
in Clermont; Colonial Bank, 42995 S.
U.S. Hwy. 27 in Clermont; United-
Southern Bank, 224 N. U.S. Hwy. 441
in Lady Lake; Sparr Building & Farm
Supply, 400 E. Gulf Atlantic Hwy. in
Wildwood; Veranda Home
Furnishings, 859 S. Main St. in
Wildwood; Captain Bell's Seafood,
3295 U.S. Hwy. 441/27 in Fruitland
Park. For more information call the
Home Builders Association at 343-
7101. View entries at
www.lakehba.com.
HUD approves
neighborhood plans
MIAMI The U.S. Housing and
Urban Development approved plans,
totaling $119,322,015 from the state
of Florida and six Florida communi-
ties seeking to recover from the
effects of high foreclosures and
declining home values. Funded
under HUDS new Neighborhood
Stabilization Program (NSP), these
communities will shortly begin to tar-
get emergency assistance to particu-
lar neighborhoods by acquiring and
redeveloping foreclosed properties
that might otherwise become
sources of abandonment and blight.
In total, Florida is slated to receive
$541 million under the NSP Program..
HUD approved the plans submit-
ted by the following Florida commu-
nities:
Collier County $7,306,755
Deerfield Beach $2,005,699
Florida State Program -
$91,141,478
Lauderhill $4,293,288
Orlando $ 6,730,263
Sunrise $ 3,494,986
West Palm Beach $4,349,546
HUDS Neighborhood Stabilization
Program was created under the


Housing and Economic Recovery Act
of 2008 and provides nearly $4 bil-
lion to every State and certain local
communities experiencing particular-
ly high foreclosure problems and risk
of property abandonment. The pro-
gram permits these State and local
governments to purchase foreclosed
homes at a discount and to rehabili-
tate or redevelop them in order to
respond to rising foreclosures and
falling home values.
State and local governments can
use their neighborhood stabilization
grants to acquire land and property;
to demolish or rehabilitate aban-
doned properties; and/or to offer
downpayment and closing cost
assistance to low and moderate
income homebuyers, with household
incomes not exceeding 120 percent
of area median income. In addition,
these grantees can create "land
banks" to assemble, temporarily
manage, and dispose of vacant land
for the purpose of stabilizing neigh-
borhoods and encouraging re-use or
redevelopment of urban property.
The NSP also seeks to prevent
future foreclosures by requiring
housing counseling for families
receiving homebuyer assistance. In
addition, the Agency seeks to pro-
tect future homebuyers by requiring
States and local grantees to ensure.
that new homebuyers under this
program obtain a mortgage loan
from a lender who agrees'to comply
with sound lending practices.
As state and local governments
submit their NSP.funding plans, HUD.
continues to review th.e plans in an
efficient and timely manner.
HUD is the nation's housing
agency committed to increasing
homeownership, particularly among
minorities; creating affordable hous-,
ing opportunities for low-income
Americans; and supporting the'
homeless, elderly, people with dis-
abilities and people living with AIDS.
The Department also promotes eco-
nomic.-and community development
and enforces the nation's fair hous-.
ing laws. For more information about
HUD and its programs is available
visit www.hud.gov and
espanol.hud.gov.
Morrison finishes

2008 with a bang
JACKSONVILLE Taylor Morrison
finished 2008 with a bang. For 11
days in December, the national
homebuilder hosted "The Big One".
special event in Jacksonville and
Orlando, resulting in 37 home sales
and a 25 percent increase in traffic.
The event offered new homebuyers
year-end savings up to $75,000 and
up to $10,000 in closing costs.
"The Big One was a record-break-
ing event for each division and gave
us a positive jump start for 2009,"
said Richard J. Dalton, division presi-
dent for Taylor Morrison in
Jacksonville and Orlando. "We hope
this is a trend that will continue
throughout this year."
'The Big One" special promotion
took place at every Taylor Morrison
community in Northeast Florida and
Orlando. In the Jacksonville area, the
communities include Austin Park at
Nocatee and St. Johns Forest in St.
Johns County; Kindlewood in Clay
County; Lakeside Townhomes in
Duval County; and River Glen in
Nassau County.
In Central Florida, the event took
place at Carriage Pointe, Clayton
Crossing Townhomes, Covington
Chase, Grandview Isle Townhomes,
Harbor Winds Townhomes, Lake.


Mary Landings Townhomes, Nona
Preserve Townhomes, Oviedo Park
Townhomes, Saddlebrook, Terracina
at Lake Forest, Tuscany Place
Townhomes, Village of Wesmere
Townhomes and Vista Lakes.
More information about each
community is available online at
www.taylormorrison.com. For addi-
tional information about homes in
Northeast Florida call 904 940-0004
and in Central Florida call 407 629-
0077.
Taylor Morrison is the 15th largest
homebuilder in North America, creat-
ing a wide range of product for dis-
cerning homebuyers across the
country. With more than 280 commu-
nities in Arizona, California, Colorado,
Florida, Nevada and Texas, Taylor
Morrison offers first-time, mid-mar-
ket and mid-to-upscale housing in
both master-planned communities
and urban infill neighborhoods. The
company also operates under the
Monarch brand in Ontario, Canada,
where it builds single-family homes
and high-rise condominiums. Taylor
Morrison is a wholly owned sub-
sidiary of Taylor Wimpey plc (LON:
TW), the fifth largest homebuilder in
the world and largest in the United
Kingdom, boasting 125 years of
experience and operations in the.
U.K., North America, Spain and
Gibraltar. For more information, visit
www.taylormorrison.com.
Only the Freshest
Comps Will Do
In soft and declining housing mar-
kets, lenders are making a big deal
of "comps," the comparable sales of
properties used as benchmarks in
home real estate appraisals. Some
sellers are forced to renegotiate
lower prices with buyers, even after
they have a signed contract. Rather
than accepting sales of similar prop-
erties that closed as much as six to
12 months ago, lenders and mort-
gage investors are demanding that
appraisers include only the freshest
comps, ideally those closed Within
the previous 90 days, .to support
their valuations. In Richmond,
appraiser Perry Turner of RE. Turner
& Co. said his firm has seen numer-
ous cases where using newly man-
dated 90-day or more recent comps,
as opposed to those six months or
older, has contributed to valuations
lower than the price on the sales
contract. Turner said that in 95 per-
cent of those cases, the listing and
selling agents have gotten together
and renegotiated the contract rather
than lose the deal. (www.washing-
tonpost.com)
Washington Post (11/8/08);
Kenneth R. Harney
Dayton Company

Upgrades
The Connor Group of Dayton, Ohio,
owner and operator of 14,000 apart-
ment units, is spending nearly $20
million this year to upgrade 3,000
units in six markets, guided by
research on what women want in
their apartment, RISMedia recently
reported.
The real estate investment firm
took this approach because women
are considered the number-one deci-
sion makers when it comes to what
to buy and where to live. The upgrad-
ed units will have new cabinets,
appliances, counter tops, lighting,
flooring and nickel fixtures.
"We did focus groups with women
to select appliances and colors,
knowing a majority of the time,


women are the decision makers on
where to live," said Larry Connor,
managing partner for The Connor
Group.
The company first tested cherry
cabinets and black appliances,
Connor said, and then quickly
switched to natural-colored cabinets
and stainless steel appliances based
on feedback from the focus groups.
The company has also been paying
close attention to what amenities it
offers to appeal to women.
Depending on the market and resi-
dent feedback, the company is
reviewing volleyball and tennis court
usage, fitness equipment and busi-
ness centers with free wireless. All
properties have a pool and tanning
beds.
"More people are staying in apart-.
ment communities longer because
of the housing market," Connor said.
"We want to keep our residents
happy and comfortable long-term
with new, upgraded units and great
amenities at their property."
Starting in Dayton with three
acquisitions in 1992, Connor's mar-
kets now include: Atlanta; Raleigh,
N.C.; Dayton, Cincinnati and
Columbus, Ohio; and Dallas. The
company plans to grow to 21,000
units over the next five years..
For more information on National
Association of Home Builders multi-
family resources, call 800-368-5242.
Builders Making. No

Big Plans for 2009
The year 2008 has not been a
good one for home builders.
Unfortunately, it is not at all clear
that 2009 will be any better. There
are too many variables, too many
uncertainties tied to unemployment,
the credit markets, the rising number
of foreclosures and the govern-
ment's bailout plans. Builders large
and small are just too unsure of their
businesses and the overall econo-
my to embrace Daniel Burnham's
motto of "make no little plans." The
Ryland Group, a national builder that
has developments in a dozen
Chicago-area communities, acknowl-
edged last month that it was having
discussions about whether it made
more sense to just pull out of some
markets rather than cut prices more.
Buyers backed out of almost 40 per-
cent of sales contracts during the
last quarter. Meanwhile, Pulte
Homes, Inc., which has develop-
ments in communities from Lake
Zurich to Yorkville, said last month
the housing markets bottom "may
not come for some time." It told Wall
Street analysts ,it was looking to
amend some of its credit agree-
ments with banks. Local firms are
experiencing the same difficulties.
Montalbano Homes, which opened
six new Chicago-area developments
in the fourth quarter of 2007, has no
new projects planned for next year.
(www.chicagotribune.com)
Chicago Tribune (11/7/08); Mary
Ellen Podmolik
Redesign Makes
Move.com Searches
Move.com recently announced
that it has redesigned its online real
estate site to deliver new homes,
rentals and a variety of valuable con-
tent for home enthusiasts in a more
engaging format.
"Consumers moving into new
homes belong to an exciting adver-
tising demographic that demands
easy access to products and servic-


es designed to fill their many needs,"
said Lorna Borenstein, president of
Move.
"Moving triggers a wave of expen-
ditures that totals approximately
$170 billion annually," she said. "and
the redesigned makes Move.com a
better online destination offering
advertisers access to that market.
Through the improved site, advertis-
ers can reach these highly motivated
consumers with pinpoint accuracy."
- Research shows that consumers
in the process of moving into new
homes are powerful prospects,
uniquely focused on their financial
options. Compared to the general
population, these consumers are "on
the move" and much more likely to
buy everything from autos and home
products to loans, credit cards and
investments.
Throughout the redesigned
Move.com, intuitive search features
reduce the number of clicks con-
sumers take as they search, while
personalization options offer timely
alerts so they can remain current
with new information related to their
searches. "Research indicates that
consumers are often overwhelmed
by the number of sites delivering
various types of information related
to real estate," said Borenson.
"To help consumers gain quick
access to the home information they
need, Move has leveraged its indus-
try leadership status to redesign
Move.com into a comprehensive,
single-site gateway to all things real
estate."
No Radon Health
Risks Uncovered
Responding to unsubstantiated
news reports raising concerns over
radon radiation in granite counter-
tops, the Marble Institute of America
reported on Nov. 17 that in the
largest scientific study of the product
ever it did not find a single stone
slab that poses a health risk.
"Quantities of radon and radiation
emitted by stones included in the
analysis all fell well below average
background levels commonly found
in the United States," the institute
said.
The study included more than 400
tests of .115 different varieties of
granite countertops including
stones cited in media reports as
being potentially problematic, the
most common types of granite used
in countertops in the U.S. and the
more exotic stones that represent a
tiny share of the market. The types,
of stones tested comprise about 80
percent of those used in domestic
countertops.
The study found that;
Not one stone slab contributed
to radon levels that even reached .
the average U.S. outdoor radon con-
centration of 0.4 picocuries per liter
- one-tenth the U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency level for remedial
action within a home. The stones
found to emit higher radon levels -
though still well below average out-
door background levels represent
less than 1 percent of U.S. granite
countertop sales.
Not a single stone emitted radi-
ation levels that even approached a
radiation dose of 0.13 milliSievert per
year, the level determined by the
European Commission to be negligi-
ble for human health risk; the U.S.
has no such standard. However, this
European standard is just 30 percent
of the 1 milliSievert per year annual
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dose limit recommended for
the general public by the
National Council for
Radiation Protection &
Measurements.
"Unlike some media
reports of questionable sci-
entific accuracy, this study
evaluated a large variety of'
stones and used a number
of complementary, well-
established scientific tech-
niques to assess the expo-
sures that people could have
to radon and radiation in
real-world environments and
to determine whether the
presence of these specific
stones could compromise'
consumer health," the
Marble institute said.
"Our study included
detailed mapping of radiation
emitted from various stones
that had areas that we iden-
tified as being elevated
above levels for typical gran-
ite countertop material," said
Dr. John F. McCarthy, presi-
dent of Environmental Health
& Engineering, the independ-
ent environmental testing
firm that conducted the
study.
"We found that it's easy to
get what appear to be high
readings of radon or radia-
tion from a small fraction of
granite countertops, but.
,those readings do not reflect
the actual risk to consumers
because they do not assess
the .real exposure, only isolat-
ed, extreme measurements,`
he said.
"As with any other type of
environmental measure-
ment, assessing the real risk
to consumers must take into
account more than isolated
readings from small spots on
a countertop," McCarthy
said. "It must reflect real-
world exposure scenarios
and be interpreted using
well-established principles of
environmental health."
For more information on
this issue from National
Association of Home
Builders, contact Ken Ford
at 800 369-5242, 8228.
Special Needs
Housing Expand
Milwaukee will quadruple
the number of special-needs
housing units for the home-
less and mentally ill, as four
new complexes are close to
winning needed funding and
public approval. Though sig-
nificant, the latest expansion
only begins to fill the need,
said advocates and
Milwaukee county officials.
The new complexes, along
with two others approved in
the past year, will bring to
about 225 the number of
special-needs units built or
under development. One
thousand or more of the
specialized apartments are
needed for Milwaukee's
poorest and neediest resi-
dents, many of whom live in
substandard housing in dan-
gerous neighborhoods, said
Jim Hill, director of the coun-
ty's housing division. The
push to develop decent
housing for people with
mental illness followed the
publication of the Journal
Sentinel's series,
"Abandoning Our Mentally Ill"
in 2006 and 2007. The arti-
cles detailed deplorable liv-
ing conditions for people
with mental illness in
Milwaukee, such as a shabby
west side rooming house
where one man's severely
decomposed body was
found in his locked room. Hill
said Milwaukee should con-


tinue efforts to develop 200
or so units a year for the
next five years. All are tap-
ping a mix of funding
sources, including federal tax
credits parceled out through
the Wisconsin Housing and
Economic Development
Authority and money from a"
city housing fund. The low-
income residents typically
get by on Social Security dis-
ability funding and HUD rent
assistance.
(www.jsonline.com)
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
(12/17/08); Steve Schultze,
Kitchen Tips
From a Pro
Harold Dieterle, the celebri-
ty chef who graduated from
the Culinary Institute of
American and became the
first winner of the Bravo TV
contest "Top Chef," has been
working with Beazer Homes'
in Atlanta, poring over floor
plans and offering his expert-
ise on how kitchens can
become more functional.
Beazer planners are turning
to Dieterle with questions
such as, "How far does the
fridge need to be from the
prep area?" and "How far
should the sink be from the
stovetop?" "Kitchens are no
longer a place where you go
to slave behind a stove," said
Dieterle. "But a good kitchen
is based on three things: a
good layout, plenty of stor-
age and functionality." On
layout, Dieterle says, "It all
has to make sense.
Everything you need should
be within arm's reach. The
layout should be nice and
open."
one of Beazer's single-
family homes at Atlantic
Station fits those criteria. The
island with the sink is oppo-
site the vented five-burner
stove; the stainless steel
refrigerator is at the end of
the island, adjacent to a
built-in pantry with shelves
that swing out for easy
access. And there's plenty of
space between the stove
and island for two cooks to
work simultaneously without
crowding each other. Dieterle
likes having an array of stor-
age options within a short
stretch of the stove and sink.
In the Beazer model, the
island and cabinetry around
the stove feature deep draw-
ers for pots; a lazy Susan in
the corner cabinet; and a


knife drawer with a built-in
cutting board. Most of the
shelving is adjustable and, in
the pantry, there are built-in
sections for items that are
tall and bulky. Dieterle loves
the upgraded stoves that
home owners are adding to
create gourmet kitchens.
With multiple burners, grid-
dles and grills, though, the
kitchen needs a bigger
power supply and gas line to
keep it all going.
(www.ajc.com)
Atlanta Journal-
Constitution (11/16/08); H.M.
Cauley
Home Buyers
Turn to USDA
With tightened lending
standards leaving builders
and real estate agents
scrambling for new ways to
move cash-strapped buyers
into homes, one increasingly
popular option is the U.S.
Department of Agriculture's
Rural Development
Guaranteed Loan program.
Created in 1991 as a way to
boost homeownership in
rural areas, the program is
being tapped by home buy-
ers in overbuilt exurbs who
are attracted to the no-
money-down terms. The
department insured $7 billion
in loans during the 2008 fis-
cal year, which ended Sept.
30, up from $3.6 billion the
previous year. In October and
November, the agency had
already insured some $1.7
billion in loans. To be eligible
for a U.SDA-backed loan, a
borrower can't have income
that exceeds 115 percent of
the median county income,
and the loans are restricted
to areas with lower popula-
tion density generally
towns of no more than
25,000 residents. The loans
that come through the pro-
gram are made by private
lenders, then insured by the
government and sold to
Ginnie Mae. Home builders,
many of which have over-
built properties in. these
areas, are eagerly promoting
the program to sell excess
inventory. The USDA program
accounted for 40-50 percent
of sales in October and
November for Scottsdale,
Ariz. based home builder
Meritage Homes, says John
Bargnesi, vice president for
sales. "It's one of our main
tools right now."


PROPERTY TRANSFERS


Secretary Of Veterans Affairs to Daniel
Mangar and Kalawatie Mangar, Lt 114
Magnolia Park Ph II, $155,000.
Antoinette P. Malzahn to Francis V.
Viazanko Lt 3341 Orange Blossom
Gardens Un 13, $115,000.
James P. Shaver and Patricia A. Shaver
to Reta E. Robinson, Lt 31 Orange Blossom
Gardens Un 3, $68,000.
Michael E. Murphy to Margaret A.
Murphy, Un 106 Southern Oaks, $0.
Huong N. Gentry and Josephine Thu
Tam Griffin and Joseph Q. Vu and Huong
N. Gentry, Lt 90 Brac Bluff Pass Ph 2
Horizon Oaks, $10.
Villages Of Lake Sumter Inc. to Avenida
LLC, Un 1136 Villas Of Spanish Springs, $10.
Charles E. Snyder and Mary Lou Snyder
to Wynkoop, Janet L Ind And Tr, Lynri De G
Lawhorn Revocable Living Trust, Lt 2897
Orange Blossom Gardens Un 12, $110,000.
Jerry E. Gills and Judy G. Gills to Ralph
E. Gills, 30-18-28, $10.
Baragona Properties Inc. to Dave Indar, Lt
6 Leesburg Townhouses, $50,000.00
Paul E. Prater and Karen V Prater Family
Revocable Living Tru, Karen V. Prater Tr
and Paul E. Prater Tr to Paul E.. Prater
and Karen V. Prater, Lt 2594 Orange
Blossom Gardens Un 9, $10.00
Stanley H. Williams to Donna J. Fetting
and Roberta F. Cooley, Lt 36 Eagles Nest,
$54,900.
Emc Mtg Corp., Equity One Eustis.Square


Inc Dissolved Corp, Scotty T. Graves ,
Scotty Graves and Cynthia L. Graves to
Wfasc Mtg Asset Backed Pass Through
Certificates Series 2005, Neil Kelly Clerk,
Wachovia Bank Na Tr, Lt 323 44 Gables Ph
III, $100.
Ryan Morgan to Christina K. Costello, Lt
111 Bent Tree Ph II, $210,000.
William H. Grob Sr. and Barbara H. Grob
to Barbara H. Grob, Grob, William H. Sr.
and William H. Grob Jr., Lt 41 Lks Of Mt Dora
Ph 1, $10.
Kings Ridge Dental Centre LLC to Kings
Ridge Professional Centre LLC, 4-23-26,
$10.
Hilda E. Neary and Federal Home Loan
Mtg Corp to Chase Home Finance LLC,
Chase Manhattan Mtg Corp., Neil Kelly
Clerk, Lt 3 BIk C Skyline Hills Sub, $0.
Shammi Ahmad, Spouse Ahmad, Lasalle
Bank Na Tr, Gsamp Trust 2006 He8 to
Lasalle Bank Na Tr, Gsamp Trust 2006 He8
Mtg Pass Though Certificates Series 200 ,
Neil Kelly Clerk, Lt 46 Cierra Oaks, $100.00
Boyd Taylor and Lisa Taylor to Leslie
Ann Figaro and Margaret Figaro, Un 406
102 Wk 21 Summer Isles Condo I, $1,750.
Michael Dublin to U.S. Bank Na Tr Csab
2006 4, Lt 93 Southern Fields Ph I,
$180,000.
Claire F. Puertas to Robert R.. Puertas
and Claire F. Puertas, 33-17-28, $10.
Nevis Investments Inc. to Barry
Kalmanson to Tr A Evergreen Sub, $10.


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LOCATION: 33728 Tarlton Drive, Leesburg FEATURES: 3BR/2BA, 1,828 sq. ft. LISTING
PRICE: $195,000 SELLING PRICE: $170,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Cindy Wheeler,
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Rosemary
Sadez
Friedmann
Interiors
San't find the right col-
l ors and patterns for
your bedroom sheets,
blankets and window treat-
: -ments? No problem. Buy
: solid-color sheets, blankets
: and treatments, and stencil
~your way to coordination.
S:- Actually, you don't have to
Stop with fabrics. You can do
furniture, walls, floors and
'accessories. You can go sten-
ol-crazy if you'd like because-
there's virtually no surface
that won't take to some form
cif stencil paint.
S: Probably the easiest thing
,to stencil is fabric because
.you can lay it on a table and
sit comfortably to do your
'magic. With walls, you
night need to climb ladders;
,with floors, you might need
'to get into awkward posi-
tions'. So taking the easy one
first, let's talk a bit about
how to stencil fabric.
To begin with, the paint
you need is called textile
paint. It is water-based,
which means easy.cleanup.
So far, so good. Now the key
to successful stenciling on
fabric is the "dry-brush" rule.
When you apply paint to the
brush, it should seem to you
that the brush is'practically
dry. More than "practically
dry" will soak the fabric and
bleed. The best fabrics for
this project are cottons,
muslins and synthetic
blends. Wools or other
nubby fabrics do not lend
themselves well to stenciling
because it is hard to stencil
smoothly on such surfaces.
Once you've created your
masterpiece, the textile paint
will adhere permanently to
the fabric wash after wash.
Also, when you are done,
simply wash all the supplies,
your hands and anything
else that the paint might
have splattered on, with soap
and water -- and, abra-
cadabra, it disappears.
Stenciled-fabric projects
can be a real ongoing thing.


Stencil several changes of
sheets for your linen
wardrobe. Stencil various
throw pillows for added
oomph in your living room
or den. Stenciling clothes
can be a great idea for that
personalized gift.
Next on the easy-to-stencil
list are accessories. A purely
utilitarian wooden storage
box can become a conversa-
tion piece when you stencil
it. Heck, if you don't have a
wooden box, go out and buy
one or a few, because they're
so much fun to stencil. Buy
pinewood because it is per-
fect for stenciling.
Unfinished wood is the best,
but if it has a glossy finish,
simply apply mineral spirits
and sand lightly to get it
down to the, raw wood. Once
you've stenciled, spray it
with a light varnish for pro-
tection.
After you've tackled the lit-
tle boxes, you can promote
yourself to bigger and better
items such as furniture. Here,
again, pine is best, but any


* wood will welcome stencil-
ing. If the wood is unfin-
ished, follow the'same proce-
dure as for the unfinished
wood boxes. If you want to
paint the furniture first, for a
background color or to refur-
bish an old piece, sand the
wood before stenciling it and
apply two coats of flat, oil-
based paint. Allow each coat
to dry thoroughly, about 24
hours, sanding lightly
between coats. You will need
to use Japan paint, as
opposed to textile paint.,
Japan paint is oil-based and
requires turpentine to adjust
the consistency and for
cleanup.
Just think, if you take an
old hope chest and refurbish
and stencil it, you can create
an heirloom for your daugh-
ter or granddaughter to pass
on. And isn't that what
memories are made of?
Rosemary Sadez Friedmann, an
interior designer in Naples, Fla., is
author of "Mystery of Color." For
design inquiries, write to
Rosemary at DsgnQuest@aol.com.


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HOUSE
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cabinets to wood. Crumbling plaster and bowed walls were
remedied with Craftsman-style wainscoting made from stock
molding and headboard instead of drywall.
"I wanted it to look just like it did in 1927," she explains,
adding that her brother, Drew, and father, Dennis, occasion-
ally pitched in.
A front room on the second floor, which Rybacki plans to
turn into a study, is particularly lovely. Painted a fruity lime
green, it has original pine floors and three-quarters-height
judges paneling built out of poplar boards trimmed with
molding.
Um, wasn't that kind of complicated for someone who
doesn't work with wood?
"I just got out my calculator and worked it out on graph-
ing paper," she explains.
Algebra came to the rescue once again when she realized
the dining-room ceiling was sagging at least 3 inches. Since
she couldn't afford to pay someone to tear out the plaster or
replace it with tin, she decided to shore it up with a grid of
3-inch-wide oak boards for a coffered effect. Faux-finished,
salmon-colored walls add to the sophisticated design.
It helped that when electrician Jay Miller of Zap Electric in
Houston was rewiring the house he'd cut a long, skinny
hole along the ceiling for a wire run, which showed Rybacki
-- a self-proclaimed "math" person -- where the studs were.
It also helped that the Liquid Nails adhesive she used set up
extremely fast, and that the boards were only 4 feet long, so
she could hold one end up with her shoulder while simulta-
neously screwing in the other end.
"Only one fell and hit me on the head, so that was pretty
good," she says, laughing.
Stripping all of the windows, doors and spindled staircase
of 50 years of grime and multiple layers of paint, then re-
staining them with a tinted polyurethane, was a bit more
involved. That, she admits with a sigh, pushed her to the
breaking point.
"I only had one temper tantrum where I threw a hammer
down the stairs. Then I realized, 'What does that solve?' "
' She shakes her head and laughs.
"There were times when I thought, 'Am I ever going to
live in this house?' "
Other projects included installing a new pedestal sink and.
toilet in the main bathroom, which still had its original bas-
ket-weave tile floors, white subway tile walls and deep soak-
ing tub. Rybacki also covered wood window valances in two
bedrooms with fabric, painted the newly paneled living
room a vibrant turquoise and converted a wood-burning
fireplace to gas.
Most recently, she turned an unfinished attic into attrac-
tive storage space. A series of eight doors cut into knee-walls
built along the gable walls offer hidden storage under the
eaves. In addition, she replaced open rails with built-in
bookcases and covered the walls and ceiling with headboard.
Again, the cost was minimal.
Her only splurge was hiring Pittsburgh Stone &
Waterscapes to rebuild the broken driveway with interlock-
ing pavers. But that's only because she knew they would last
"forever."
That, she says, is how long she plans on enjoying the
house into which she poured so much of her heart and soul
"It's exactly how I wanted it and envisioned it to be," she
says.
Gretchen McKay can be reached at gmckay@post-gazette.com.
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