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ROXANNE BROWN
Staff Writer
CLERMONT What started
out as a dream two years ago
will become a haven for kid-
snext month when the doors
to the South Lake Boys and
Girls Club open.
"Usually, you don't get to
see things come true to the
end, but it's really happen-
ing," Steering Committee
member Michelle Michnoff
said. "We are extremely excit-
ed and can't wait to make a
difference in the lives of the
kids in the community."
About two years ago, long-
time Clermont resident Tim
Murry roused a group of con-
cerned residents who joined
forces to bring a Boys and
Girls Club to the area.
In that time, they've
raised more than $100,000
toward the cause.
The last hurdle finding a
location was recently met
when the board struck a deal
for an open space at the
Clermont Commons Plaza at
300 Hatteras Avenue.
Now, volunteers are work-
ing to ensure that its doors
will open in time to meet
some of the after-school
needs of many children and
their families when classes

See CLERMONT, A5

Index

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VICTORIA ALDRICH / SOUTH LAKE PRESS
Moe Moyer, state director of Rolling Thunder, explains the meaning
of the "battlefield cross," a makeshift memorial to a dead soldier,
during a meeting to discuss forming a local chapter Saturday at
Gator Harley in Leesburg.


Rolling Thunder

spreads word

about POW-MIAs
BRAD BUCK
Staff writer
Don't let the biker outfits fool you.
Members of Rolling Thunder are there for
veterans, says Ron Best, a member of the
national organization.
"We're not a motorcycle club," Best said
Saturday as several members of the group met
at Gator Harley-Davidson in Leesburg.
George Christo of Mount Dora organized
the meeting because he hopes to form a chap-
ter of Rolling Thunder in Lake County. He felt
spurred to establish a local chapter after taking
"The Ride Home" last year to Andersonville,
Ga., the home of the National Prisoner of War
Museum.
Rolling Thunder lobbies state and federal
lawmakers on behalf of veterans everywhere. A
few examples of the group's lobbying efforts
include:
Trying to get Congress to establish a com-
mittee on POW/MIA affairs to conduct a full
investigation into all unresolved matters relat-
ing to all wars America has fought, going back
to World War II.
Establishing a "Hire a Veteran Week."
POW/MIA Memorial Flag Act, signed into
law by President George W. Bush. This ensures
that the POW/MIA flag will fly below the
American flag any day the American flag is
flown in Washington D.C. at war memorials in
the nation's capital.
The group also will frequently visit hospices
See ROLLING, A5


Your Money, Your Government


ROXANNE BROWN
Staff Writer
HOWEY-IN-THE-HILLS -
With a population of 1,271,
Howey-in-the-Hills has
strived to maintain its
quaint, quiet charm, its
beauty and its focus on safe,
family living.
The town features 1920s
architecture, two country
clubs that offer dining, golf,
tennis and resort amenities
- one being the prestigious
1,000 acre Mission Inn an
adjacent recreation area for
fishing and boating, a water-
front park and a nature pre-
serve.
The town was founded by
William John Howey and
incorporated as "Howey" on
May 8, 1925.
In 1927, the name was
officially changed to Howey-
in-the-Hills to reflect the
rolling hills and lakes, which
he dubbed "the Florida
Alps."


To this day, Howey-in-the-
Hills remains a r
ral village located on the
shoreline of Little Lake
Harris.
The town is run by a
"strong mayor" type of gov-
ernment, with no city man-
ager overseeing its day-to-
day operations.
A board is made up of five
members who are elected by
town residents. Each board
member is elected for a four-
year term.
Every two years council
members elects a mayor and
mayor pro tem.
"I think this council has
really tried hard to maintain
the rural, neigborly feel and
keep the same vision that
Mr. Howey had," said Mayor
Chris Sears. "We are, howev-
er, moving forward with
plans for a new water plant
that for us, will be the
biggest expansion in the
town's history."


Radio


station


marks


first year

ROXANNE BROWN
Staff Writer
MINNEOLA Those who listen to
Zmax radio's "Jay and Zee" in the
morning have probably heard that
this month marks the one-year
anniversary of the station.
Since their modest start, co-
founders Jay Lawrence and Zee
Michaelson have seen the number of
people streaming their Internet broad-
cast grow with 95 percent of their lis-
teners being in Lake County.
"We've had over 500,000 hits and
not only are we getting new listeners,
but return listeners as well," Lawrence
said. "People can log in anytime, any-
where. That's the great thing and lis-
teners tell me that 'when they listen,
they're hooked.'"
Michaelson said she and Lawrence
launched their radio station on the
web in lieu of having started a tradi-
tional station because they wanted to
keep up with technology and the

See RADIO, A5


- Howey-in-the- Hills


By the numbers
Budget
Total Revenue $1,310,254
Total Expenditures $1,310,254


City officials
annual salaries
Town Clerk
Dir. of Public Works
Police Chief


Howey-ln-The-Hills Town Hall.


VICTORIA ALDRICH / SOUTH LAKE PRESS


Elected Officials
annual salaries


Mayor
Mayor Pro-Tem
Councilor


$54,419
$54,419
$55,192


$6,000
$4,800
$4,200


Questions for candidates: Lake County School Board District 3


Editor's Note: Every week local candi-
dates answer questionnaires for this
election series. Other profiles of local
candidates will appear here
Alan Garcia,
Clermont
Why are you running for pub-
lic office?
I am a grandfather who has a


vested interest in this school
board. I have two grand children
who currently attend public
school in this district and I want
to make sure they, as well as all
the other kids in Lake County,
receive the best education possi-
ble. I want the kids, if they desire
to go on to higher education, to
have a strong education founda-
tion that is necessary to succeed
in college. I feel that my input and


strong work ethics will help the
school board to achieve this goal.
What experience do you have
that would qualify you for the
position?
My educational background
includes Undergrad and Grad
School Degrees attained with
honors. I possess leadership and
decision-making training and
experience. I have a passion for


the well being and education of
our children. I pos-
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Death Row inmate says he found the Lord


BRAD BUCK
Staff Writer
TAVARES A Daytona Beach
man on death row for the 2001
killing of a Leesburg security guard
no longer wants to participate in
the appeal of his conviction or
sentence, saying he has found the
Lord.
But attorneys for Quawn Moses
Franklin, 33, said Thursday they
will continue the appeals process.
They also contend the issue at
hand is whether their client has
truly found the Lord, or whether
he is mentally incompetent.
Franklin is represented by attor-
neys Maria Perinetti and Mark
Gruber, who work for the Capital
Collateral Relief Council in
Tampa. The group represents indi-
gent inmates.
In a status conference hearing
Wednesday in Lake County
Circuit Court, Franklin refused to
sign legal paperwork that would


No longer wants to participate in appeal


continue his participation in his
appeals.
Assistant State Attorney Bill
Gross, who has prosecuted cases
against Franklin for nine years,
said Franklin told the judge that
Perinetti and Gruber are no longer
his lawyers. The inmate said the
Lord is now his attorney, Gross
said.
This latest twist in Franklin's
case comes after a ruling in June
by Circuit Judge Mark Hill that
Franklin is mentally competent to
deal with the appeals, Perinetti
said.
She and Gruber said they dis-
agree with the judge's decision,
and there was plenty of expert tes-
timony at the January hearing as
to Franklin's mental competency.
Franklin told Hill at the hearing
that he didn't have the mental


capacity to understand what was
going on when he stood trial in
the 2004 capital murder of Jerry
Lawley, a security guard at Elberta
Crate and Box Factory.
Lawley was on his knees when
he was shot in the back, investiga-
tors said.
Franklin also received life sen-
tences in the killing of a Leesburg
pizza delivery man and the
attempted murder of a community
patriarch during a two-week crime
spree in 2001.
Gross said Franklin had unsuc-
cessfully tried to pass himself off as
being mentally incompetent for
the trial, and Gross thinks he was
faking.
The jury unanimously recom-
mended that Franklin be put to
death.
According to investigators and


trial testimony,
Leesburg police
found Lawley
bound and shot
once in the back at
Elberta Crate and
Box Factory on
Tally Box Road
early on the morn-
ing of Dec. 29, Franklin
2001.
Lawley was flown to Orlando
Regional Medical Center and died
the next day.
The body of the pizza delivery
man, John Horan, had been found
on the same road on Dec. 19, 2001.
After ordering pizza from Papa
John's and giving a false address,
Franklin and two others were
accused of ambushing Horan,
throwing him in the back of his car
and tying him up.
They were accused of shooting
Horan in the back and killing him
as he tried to run away.


Nearly a week after killing
Horan, the 6-foot-4 Franklin was
accused of forcing himself into the
Leesburg home of then 75-year-old
Alice Mae Johnson, beating her
nearly to death with his fists and a
hammer before stealing her car.
The injuries left her in a wheel-
chair.
Gross said Franklin apparently
fled to St. Petersburg in Johnson's
stolen car. Authorities caught up
with Franklin there and found the
murder weapon, a .357 magnum,
under the seat ending the two-
week crime rampage.
Franklin pleaded guilty in the
Horan and Johnson cases, for
which he received six consecutive
life sentences.
In 2004, the Florida Supreme
Court unanimously upheld the
conviction and death sentence for
Franklin, who is being held at a
state prison in Raiford.


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LARRY ELL
Staff Writer
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"We're looking for stu-
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"People who aren't afraid
to talk to the community
and really explain why
LSCC is such a great col-
lege."
The Student
Ambassador program was
started in 1987 as a way
to provide students with
leadership experience.
Students who are chosen
will help promote the col-
lege in outreach capaci-
ties, give campus tours,


assist at cultural and spe-
cial events and board
meetings.
As compensation for
their service, each ambas-
sador receives a $700
scholarship per semester
and is eligible for an
additional $600 once they
complete 80 hours of
service. O'Steen says the
program is totally funded
through the Hans and
Cay Jacobsen Foundation
and participation is limit-
ed to only 6 students per
term.
"We typically have to
beat 'em off with a stick,"
O'Steen said. "It is a very
popular program, but I
haven't had as many
applications this term as I
typically do, so we're real-
ly looking to get some
good quality students."
To be eligible to apply,
the Foundation says stu-
dents must have graduat-
ed high school, hold a
minimum 3.0 grade point


"We're looking for students who are outgoing,
with good leadership abilities. People who aren't
afraid to talk to the community and really explain
why LSCC is such a great college. It is a very
popular program, but I haven't had as many
applications this term as I typically do, so we're
looking to get some good quality students."
Erin O'Steen
Foundation Special Events Coordinator


average, possess strong
interpersonal skills and a
commitment to profes-
sionalism.
"It truly is an honor for
someone to be selected,"
Foundation Executive
Director Rosanne
Brandeburg said. "Plus,
they're representing the
college and it's something
they can put on their
application for when they
go for employment or if
they're going to transfer
to a 4-year university."
"The Student


Ambassador Program has
opened many doors of
opportunity to me, both
personally and academi-
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Brown said of the experi-
ence she took with her
after leaving LSCC. "It
has provided me with the
confidence I needed to
succeed at the University
level."
Applications for the
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at www.lscc.edu/ambassa-
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Family, friends watch as recovery unfolds


ROXANNE BROWN
Staff writer
GROVELAND -While Andrew Ford, his girl-
friend and another man were boating on
Lake Lucy Sunday, the 18-year-old Ford
decided to go for a swim. Barely 12 hours
later, family members and friends had gath-
ered at lakeside on Monday as members of
the Lake County Sheriff's Office pulled Ford's
body from the depths.
The sheriff's office received a call at 5:45
p.m. Sunday about a possible drowning at the
lake on U.S. Highway 19 near Groveland and
began the search.
Ford's mother and siblings were distraught
but fatalistic about the result.
"We're pretty upset because he's the baby
of the family, but glad they found his body,"
Ford's sister Lucrecia Waters said. "It gives us
a little closure."
Cpl. Jim Vachon said the male friend went
in after Ford, who had seemed to be in dis-
tress, but was physically unable to pull him to
safety.
Dorris Ford, Andrew Ford's mother, said her
understanding after talking with Ford's girl-
friend is that after going down, Andrew came
up momentarily, but was gasping for air.

DANCING


"Something happened," she said.
Vachon said diving crews used airboats
with sonar equipment in the search for Ford
through the late afternoon Sunday and again
at 7 a.m. on Monday.
The Groveland Fire Department and
Florida Fish and Wildlife assisted in the
search.
Vachon said sonar detected something in
the lake around 8:30 a.m. and marked the
spot at the lake's bottom.
Divers went in around 9 a.m. and were able
to confirm the presence of a body.
Sheriff's detectives and the county's med-
ical examiner were then called to the scene
and were present when Ford's body was
pulled out of the water at about 11 a.m.
It is not yet known whether alcohol was a
factor.
"We are not suspecting foul play or any-
thing. It's very unfortunate, but it looks like it
was an accidental drowning," Vachon said.
Ford attended South Sumter High School
and was a wide receiver on the school's foot-
ball team. Ford, who many of his friends
referred to as "Drew" would have been a sen-
ior this fall.

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VICTORIA ALDRICH / SOUTH LAKE PRESS
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Have you begun your back-to-school shopping?


Nope, not yet, but I usually go
to Target.
Eric Connihan
Clermont


Not yet, but I will be doing it
soon. I normally just go to Target.
Chris Ogilvie
Titusville


We have. We started about two
weeks ago and we have everything
from clothes to a new backpack
and school supplies.
Stacy Poynter with son
Daniel
Four Corners


No, we haven't. We usually wait
until about two days before the
first day of school, but we're also
waiting to see if the state is going
to be doing the tax free week this
year.
Kelly Greer
Clermont


No, I'm a last minute person
and sometimes I wait until after
school begins to see what I really
need as far as school supplies.
Elizabeth Greer
Clermont


IN MEMORY


Obituaries
Jane Marie Casey
Jane Marie Casey, 87, died
Wednesday, July 21, 2010 at
home in Clermont, FL. Mrs.
Casey was born in Cranston,
RI, on Feb. 3, 1923. She
moved from The Villages, FL
to Clermont, FL in 2007. She
was a homemaker and
worked in retail sales. She
was a member of the North
Lake Presbyterian Church.
She was active in many char-
ities and activities. Survivors
include her husband, Earl F.
of Clermont, FL; her brother,
Donald Farrar of Warwick, RI;
her son, David E. Casey of
Gainesville, FL; her daugh-
ters, Linda J. Smith and
Susan M. Jones of Clermont,
FL; six grandchildren and 12


great-grandchildren. In lieu
of flowers, the family
requests donations to be
made to the Jane Casey
Memorial Fund of New
Beginnings of Lake County,
1600 Hunt Trace Blvd.,
Clermont, FL 34711. There
was a celebration of Jane's
life at Superior Residence of
Clermont, 1600 Hunt Trace
Blvd., Clermont, FL on
Saturday, July 24, 2010,10:00
a.m.

Death Notices
Thomas E. Chapman
Thomas Edward Chapman,
81, of Groveland died
Sunday, July 25, 2010. Becker
Family Funeral Home,
Clermont.
Danielle R. Chase


Danielle Renee Chase, 37,
of Clermont died Thursday,
July 22. Becker Funeral
Home, Clermont.
Charles C. Hesse
Charles Courtney Hesse,
77, of Clermont died Friday,
July 23, 2010. Becker Family
Funeral Home, Clermont.
Mary D. Klement
Mary D. Klement, 103, of
Winter Haven died Saturday,
July 24, 2010. Cremation
Choices, Minneola.
Geneva M. Lasser
Geneva M. Lasser, 92, of
Kissimmee died Saturday,
July 24, 2010. Brewer and
Sons Funeral Home,
Clermont.
Linda Joyce Nieves
Linda Joyce Nieves, 59, of


Clermont died Monday, July
26, 2010. Brewer and Sons
Funeral Home, Clermont.
Kevin P. O'Donnell
Kevin Patrick O'Donnell,
56, of Bushnell died
Saturday, July 24, 2010.
Cremation Choices,
Minneola.
Carmen S. Reynolds


Carmen Semco Reynolds,
94, of Clermont died
Saturday, July 24. Becker
Family Funeral Home,
Clermont.
Sidney B. Robinson
Sidney B. Robinson, 94, of
Clermont died Friday, July
23, 2010. Cremation
Choices, Minneola.


James Luther Stokes
James Luther Stokes, 73, of
Groveland died Friday, July
23, 2010. Brewer and Sons
Funeral Home, Groveland.
Irmgard B. Ulmer
Irmgard Bader Ulmer, 67,
of Clermont died Saturday,
July 24, 2010. Becker Family
Funeral Home, Clermont.


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There are certain words that are
an anathema to all who hear
them. Tax is one. Throughout
history, Americans have associated
that single word with tyranny. Ours
is a country built on the belief that
getting more for less is the ultimate
quest.
Facing a massive $700,000 budget
deficit, the Minneola City Council
recently considered a property tax
increase that would have bumped
the millage rate from 4.49 to 6.4 -
a jump of more than 40 percent.
They considered it and, after lis-
tening to residents and their protests
at a workshop on July 13, turned it
down.
Certainly, it was the politically
correct thing to do. Times are
extremely hard right now. Jumping


the millage rate by that much in the
best of times would be difficult; with
our economy struggling, such a
move would unduly burden home-
owners.
So why even consider it?
Truthfully, such a tax hike would
be the easiest way to handle the
city's looming budget shortfall. The
extra revenue generated from the tax
hike would make it less likely that
more city workers would lose their
jobs, or that public services would
have to be curtailed.
Still, the thought should have
crossed the minds of city staff that
there was little chance such a lofty
tax increase would pass. Particularly
when several council members
thought other cost-saving measures
needed to be explored.


Which raises the question:
Wouldn't it have been more pru-
dent to travel that route first, rather
than throw a 40 percent millage rate
increase on the table?
The Minneola City Council did
the right thing by turning down
such a proposed increase. They lis-
tened to the concerns of their con-
stituents.
Now the tough work begins. Staff
must find other ways to cut costs
and eliminate that $700,000 deficit.
It quite likely will be a painful com-
bination of lost services, less man-
power and perhaps a much smaller
hike in the millage rate.
All that can be said for certain is
there will be no easy path to follow,
and no single solution will solve this
problem


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and other places where veterans are
hurting, just to cheer them up or
help care for them, Best said.
Members educate the public that
many American prisoners of war
were left behind after all previous
wars, and they want to help correct
the past and protect future veterans
from being left behind.
Formed in 1995, Rolling Thunder
is a nonprofit organization with
nearly 100 chapters nationwide and
overseas and 11 in Florida. Lake
County would be its 12th chapter.
While many members of Rolling
Thunder are veterans and many ride
motorcycles, neither is a require-
ment to join, they say.
Moe Moyer, state director of the
Rolling Thunder, served in the
Coast Guard from 1967-71, but did
not see combat in Vietnam. Not
enough people know or care about
the military to get involved with vet-
erans issues, he said.
"Less than 1 percent of Americans
are involved with the military,"
Moyer said. "The rest take it for
granted. They need to be reminded
daily of these situations."


start on Aug. 23.
I can't wait to see kids and fami-
lies coming out to use and support
the facility," Murry said. "The more
participation, the more we will grow.
And the more we grow, the more we
can do to better the entire communi-
ty."
According to Michnoff, the
$100,000 is enough to keep the club
going for about one year. The
fundraising will continue however,
as the plan is to keep the program
going and find a place to build a per-
manent location.
"I can tell you that it feels exhila-
rating to know we'll be opening on
the same day school starts but our


About 1 million people joined
members of Rolling Thunder at the
most recent Memorial Day gathering
for POWs and MIAs in Washington,
D.C. Only about 10,000 of them
were actually members of the
Rolling Thunder, Moyer said, a testa-
ment to how many people hopeful-
ly do care about veterans issues.
Best, of Naples, says veterans'
issues are personal to members of
Rolling Thunder.
"These are our fellow veterans,"
said Best, who served in the Army
from 1965-68, at Arlington National
Cemetery, burying a lot of soldiers
from the Vietnam war. "There's a
bond."
Best cited what many veterans say
about their combat experience: "We
went in as strangers, but we came
back as brothers."
Now retired, Best described volun-
teering with Rolling Thunder as "our
job; we live for this."
For information about the Rolling
Thunder, go to www.rollingthun-
derl.com. To learn more about The
Ride Home, go to
www.TheRideHome.com.


work is just beginning. We have to
fund it (r.'4..irig. grow it and find a
permanent home," Executive Board
Member Mark Graff said.
Graff said the money the commit-
tee has secured will probably be able
to fund about 100 students to start at
the newly acquired location.
The club is in the process of hiring
a director, and volunteers are in
place for tutoring and mentoring
programs. Materials are still coming
in.
Local businesses, organizations
and individuals have donated many
items, including computers, a fence,
signs, a pool table and furniture, but
many essentials are still needed.


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BRAD BUCK
Staff Writer
CLERMONT An employee at the
Clermont Belk has been charged with child
abuse and false imprisonment after police
say she handcuffed a suspect who allegedly
stole a cell
phone.
According to one of M a r y
the boys being Abbott, 40,
a loss pre-
questioned, he grew vent i on
uncomfortable with the retailer,
the situation and was arrested
Tuesday
tried to walk out of n i g h t ,
the interview. according to
Clermont
police.
A police report shows Abbott was ques-
tioning two juveniles in the loss preven-
tion office of Belk, 270 Citrus Tower Blvd.,
when she says one of the children got bel-
ligerent.
According to one of the boys being ques-
tioned, he grew uncomfortable with the
situation and tried to walk out of the inter-
view.
That's when Abbott allegedly grabbed his
arm, handcuffed and "slammed" him to
the ground, according to the police report.
The questioning started when Abbott saw
the boys at a Publix near the Belk store,
police said. While in the grocery store, she
asked the boys some questions about the
July 10 theft of jewelry and a Belk employ-
ee's cell phone, police said.
Then she brought them back to the retail
store to interview them, police said.
One boy said he was only the lookout for
the other child while the theft happened,
the police report said. Abbott then told the
boys she was going to call the mother of
one of the boys.
That's when Abbott said one of the boys
grew angry, police said.
Clermont police Capt. Jon Johnson said
Wednesday that Belk had the handcuffs
that Abbott used. But he did not why the
retailer carries handcuffs.


growing trend toward every-
thing Internet.
Internet radio also allows
for national accessibility, since
anyone can stream the broad-
casts using their smart
phones, home or business
computers via a link on
Zmax's website, Michaelson
said.
She said the station, with all
its community features and
vignettes, has helped to put
South Lake County on the
worldwide map.
"I think we are filling a need
that hasn't been fulfilled in a
long time, but what we want-
ed to do was make sure that
we brought the web to South
Lake and South Lake to the
world," Michaelson said.
Lawrence said that by 2012,
most cars will have Internet
radio capabilities.
"We feel we're on the cut-
ting edge of where radio is
going," he said.
Zmax's motto is "light and
bright," so the songs, which
are centered around the '80s,
'90s and popular hits of today,
are all upbeat and positive in
nature.
"We want to happy every-
body up," Lawrence said.
Many celebrities have
stopped into Zmax's studio
while passing through Lake
County, including actor
Henry Winkler (Fonzie), talk
show personality Fred
Thompson and Stacy Oristano
of "Saturday Night Lights."
Local voices who feature


Sears store
burglarized
CLERMONT Two people
broke into a Sears store on
State Road 50 early Friday
and stole three flat-screen
televisions valued at a com-
bined $3,000, police said.
Clermont police Chief
Steve Graham said the
smash-and-grab burglary
happened about 2:10 a.m.
at the store at 731 E. State
Road 50. When police
arrived at the scene, they
saw the front door's glass
was shattered, he said.
When managers got the
store, they said the LCD
flat-screen TVs were gone,
police said.
A nearby Walgreen's store
has surveillance video of
two men getting into a
light-colored four-door
truck and driving away, so
that's who police are look-
ing for as suspects, Graham
said.
Anyone with information
about the burglary can call
Clermont police at 394-
5588.


community happenings and
people from Lake County's
business communities include
Diane Garvis, co-founder of
the Good Neighbor Program
who hosts "Around Lake" at
10 a.m. and 10 p.m.; Jerry


Nordun, the voice of "Midday
Rewind" from noon to 2 p.m.;
and Cindy Gore, who does
"Cindy in the Afternoon"
from 2 to 5 p.m. every day.
The thing Michaelson and
Lawrence are most proud of,


however, is what they bring to
the community, including
programs that focus on local
businesses, South Lake
Chamber news, safety, parent-
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as well as in Law
Enforcement. I have strong
work ethics that are neces-
sary to successfully accom-
plish the myriad of goals
confronting the school board
members.
If elected, what would be
your top three priorities?
One: Teacher
Accountability (Merit Pay) ...
As I see it, a major flaw with
the recent attempt to imple-
ment merit pay via SB6 was
that it had no teacher input. I
believe, as written, it created
a hindrance to group coop-
eration among teachers.
Instead of implementing
coordinated teaching meth-
ods or the sharing of suc-
cessful techniques, the
teachers could possibly just
compete against each other
to attain the "Carrot" under
the guise of merit.In place of
this, I would like to establish
school-wide accountability
not individual teacher
accountability. All employees
within the individual school
(teachers, administrators,
custodians, food services
and etc.) should participate
in and benefit from Merit
Pay.
I believe we have our pri-
orities reversed. We should
compensate the teacher
first, staff second and
administrators last.
Budgetary cuts should not
be applied to the classrooms
- the children should be kept
insulated from these mecha-
nisms if necessary, cuts
should start at the top.
Two: District
Responsibility... Teaching to
the test, not the student
(FCAT)...
The manner in which the


standardized national testing
system is currently set up
tends to hinder the teaching
process. Simply put, with
every outcome (funding,
logistics, and the "No Child
Left Behind mandates")
being dependent on the
standardized test scores, the
schools have a tendency to
teach to the test not the stu-
dents.
We should update existing
technology in certain ele-
mentary schools and utilize
modern technology as
teaching aids.
Three: Curriculum Reality.
This is critical to the quali-
ty of education as it is
directly tied to Job Creation.
We must have a voice in
decisions made by "out-
siders" that dramatically
impact our region. (State
Legislators, Department of
Education, etc) We must
develop "Green" curriculum
courses, including innova-
tions in education to
increase local employment
opportunities. The demands
of education today have
changed. Where once the
purpose of education was to
train workers for the service
industry, the demands of
today are more problem
solving and technology
based. We no longer have
factory and assembly lines.
The skills of today are critical
thinking skills, not manual
skills. They are geared to cre-
ate products and services
that work better, easier and
faster, thus, the education
curriculum has to meet the
challenge of stimulating the
minds of today's youths
towards these objectives.
I believe that Education
has to evolve with the


necessities of modern day
society. It is important to uti-
lize the partnerships with
business to produce a strong
and capable workforce. We
have to employ the feed
back from the business sec-
tor to find out what and
where the students are lack-
ing and implement this infor-
mation into the teaching cur-
riculum. We will still need
lawyers, doctors, teachers,
engineers and other special-
ized professions, but without
the proper educational foun-
dations being part of the
modern curriculums in the
school system, we won't be
able to keep up with the
pace of the non-American
countries of today.
What's the most impor-
tant issue in this race?
To establish a strong edu-
cation foundation for the
children of Lake County and
to do so by finding alternate
funding to meet this goal.
In my opinion there are
two elements of education,
the Administrators and the
Teachers. A person can be a
good administrator but not
necessarily a good teacher
and visa versa. Therefore,
the solution is to start from
scratch. Get coordination
between the administrators,
teachers; add in the parents
and the business sector.
Bring them all together and
get input from each so as to
find out what the problems
are, how to rectify them and
how to best serve the edu-
cational needs of the chil-
dren.
A good education plays a
very important role in
today's society because,
without a proper education
the youth of today will be
without the means to
advance economically within
the competitive world that
they live in.
Because of my military
and law enforcement back-
ground, I tend to focus on
SAFE schools for the chil-
dren and educational disci-
pline.
How will you qualify for
the race, by petitions or
paying the filing fee? And
why?
Due to the late filing by me
with the Supervisor of
Elections I will be qualifying
for the race by paying the fil-
ing fee.


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providing Clermont with the sweetest treats in
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HEALTH CALENDAR

August 10 Hospital's Centre for Women's p.m., first Tuesday, First United Alzheimers and Dementia: 2 p.m.,
Health and Wellness Series: Food Health, 1099 Citrus Tower Blvd., Mondays Methodist Church of Clermont, third Thursday, The Best Little
Allergies by Dr. Santiago Martinez, Visit www.lakechd.com or call 241- Food Addicts in Recovery 950 7th St., Clermont. Call 394- Thrift Shop Complex, 415 Citrus
6 to 7 p.m., National Training 9723. Anonymous: 9 to 10:30 a.m., 2412. Tower Blvd., Clermont. Contact
Center, 1935 Don Wickham Drive, Let's Kick It: 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., Blessed Sacrament Catholic The Greater Clermont Cancer Betty Ann Gross at 394-5549,
Clermont. For information or to Mondays. Smoking and nicotine Church, room 4, 720 12th St., Foundation: support group, 7 to 9 '
register call 394-4071, ext. 4412. cessation, eight week course teach- Clermont. Call John or Bob 863- p.m., second Tuesday, 927 7th St., Deborah Snow at 406-8465 or
ing step-by-step methods to quit. 422-0389. Clermont. Sharon White at 407-466-6445.
Ongoing Sponsored by South Lake Hospital. The Lake County Health The Greater South Lake Area
Breastfeeding Workshop: spon- For information call 241-7109. Department: prescription assis- Parkinson's Support Group: 3 p.m., Fridays
scored by South Lake Hospital. Call New Vision for Independence: tance, 1 to 4 p.m., Monday and third Tuesday, Cooper Memorial Narcotic anonymous: 7:30 p.m.,
241-7109 to register. seeking donations and support for Wednesday by appointment only, Library, room 108-A. Contact Friday, Shepherd of the Hills,
Cardiac Rehabilitation Program: the New Vision Braille Textbook United Way office, 415 Citrus Deborah Snow 406-8465 or e-mail 13600 Caspian Lane, Clermont.
cardiac patients who have suffered Drive. Call 435-5040. Tower Blvd., Clermont. redcsnow@yahoo.com. Call 319-5617.
heart attack, who have stable angi- South Lake Pregnancy Care
na or who have had heart surgery Center: free pregnancy test, mater- Tuesdays Wednesdays Emotions Anonymous: support
are encouraged to participate. nity clothes, baby items, parenting Pediatric Immunizations: offered Narcotics anonymous: 8 p.m., group, 7 p.m. Contact Mickey at
Learn to manage controllable risk classes, life skill classes, childbirth by WIC of Lake County Health Wednesday, Wootson Temple, 836 394-0858.
factors and receive a customized preparation classes, post abortion Department, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Scott St., Clermont. Call 319-5617. New Vision for Independence:
exercise program. For information counseling, diapers, baby food and Tuesday and Wednesday. Call 357- Thursdays support group, 1 to 3 p.m., fourth
call 407-296-1599. couseling. All services are free. 1668. Domestic Violence Women's Friday, Asbury House, 949 7th St.,
Cleaning for a Reason: provides Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Narcotics Anonymous: 8 p.m., Empowerment Group: Haven of Clermont. Call Florence at 429-
free housecleaning for women Friday, 1203 W. Highway 50, Tuesday, Minneola Alliance Lake and Sumter Counties, 6 p.m., 3030.
undergoing chemotherapy. Visit Clermont. Contact Eddie Judge at Church, room #3, 405 Main Ave., Thursday, 2105 Hartwood Marsh
www.cleaningforareason.org. 242-0257. Minneola. Call 319-5617. Road., suite 6, Clermont. Call 787- To update, delete or add items in this col-
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SCHOOL CALENDAR


August 2
School Board Workshop: 2
p.m., 201 West Burleigh
Blvd., Tavares.
August 9
School Board Meeting: 6
p.m., 315 West Main St.,
Tavares.
August 10
South Lake High School
SAC: meeting, 6:30 p.m.,
media center.
August 17
Freshman Orientation
Program: at East Ridge High
School as it hosts "Keys to
the Kingdom," an open
house-style informational
event with check in anytime
from noon to 2:30 p.m. in
front of the cafeteria. Upon
check-in you will be
assigned a "Student Mentor"
who will take you on a tour
of our campus. Visit
www.lake.kl2.fl.us for infor-
mation.
August 19


Open House: Cypress
Ridge Elementary, 5 to 7
p.m. Visit www.cypress-
ridge.org.
Open House: 7 p.m.,
August 19, Woodlands
Lutheran Church and
School. Classes offered for
2K, 3K, 4K, VPK, and
extended day care programs.


School starts on August 23.
Call 407-469-2525 for infor-
mation or arrange a tour of
the school. Visit www.wood-
landschurch.com for infor-
mation.
Mandatory open house:
Mascotte Elementary
Charter School, for pre-
kindergarten orientation will


be 5 p.m., meet your child's
teacher for kindergarten-5th
grade.
"Meet your Teacher" at
Sawgrass Bay Elementary
School: today and Friday.
3rd grade, 10 to 10:45 a.m.
Thursday; 4th grade 11 to
11:45 a.m.; 5th grade noon
to 12:45 p.m. On Friday,


pre-K and kindergarten 10 to
10:45 a.m.; 1st grade 11 to
11:45 a.m.; 2nd grade noon
to 12:45 p.m. Uniform shirts
will also be available for pur-
chase. Call the school at
243-1845 for information.
Ongoing
School Supply Drive: The


South Lake Chamber of
Commerce is hosting its
annual school supply drive
for local students. Donations
can be dropped off 8:30 a.m.
to 5:30 p.m., Monday to
Friday, 691 West Montrose
St., Jenkins Auditorium,
Clermont. For information
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Pss t Action


?MERCE


Chamber
Ambassadors recently
presented the "We
Noticed Award" to
Westminster Care of
Clermont for renova-
tions to their facilities.
Feel free to check
them out the next
time you are in the
area- 151 E.
Minnehaha Ave.
Clermont
(352) 394-2188.


Groveland Police Officer
S" Jack Gunter received the
July Public Servant spon-
sored by Ameriprise
Financial Services, Inc.
Officer Gunter has been
with the Groveland Police
Department since 2006,
and has excelled in his
role as a patrol officer.
"When responding to calls for service, Jack has worked dili-
gently to solve all cases assigned to him with a high per-
centage of criminal arrests," said Lt. Baker who presented
the award to Officer Gunter.


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Steel City Pizza was offi-
, cially welcomed to the
South Lake area by
Chamber Ambassadors via
their recent Ribbon-
Cutting ceremony. Check
out their "Pittsburgh-
esque" menu and wel-
come the owners Mike
and Denise Ganier. They
are located at 1120 E Hwy
50 Suite B in Clermont
and can be contacted at
(352) 242-1000.


Virgil Morar, Managing Partner
of Carrabas Italian Grill was
the July 2010 Gem of the Hills
Award winner. The Gem of
the Hills Award is presented to
a person or organization that
has made a difference in the
community. Virgil has been
involved with groups like the
American Cancer Society, Boys
& Girls Club, Muscular
Dystrophy, New Beginnings,
the South Lake Chamber and
many more.


Set's Yoga &
Fitness Studio
recently became
Chamber mem-
.bers and cele-
brated their rib-
V I -bon-cutting cere-
mony with
Chamber
I Ambassadors,
family, & friends.
They are located at Trailhead Plaza 540 South Hwy 27 in
Minneola, (352) 988-4607. Stop in and discover the physical
and mental benefits of the centuries old discipline of yoga!


South Lake Computers
has a new home, locat-
ed at 182 W Hwy 50 in
Clermont, directly
across from D'Amato's
Italian Restaurant.
Chamber Ambassadors
held a ribbon-cutting
ceremony for them to
celebrate their new
digs! Owner Adam
Fathelbab can be con-
tacted at
(352) 243-2233.


. Affordable Signs cele-
J brated their ribbon-
cutting with
Ambassadors at their
new location 192
Highway 50 in
Clermont, also direct-
ly across from
D'Amato's Italian
Restaurant. Contact
owner/operator
David Graham at
(352) 406-4535 for all
5 your signage needs!


First Friday Chamber Connection
Friday, August 6
7:15 8:30 a.m.
Jenkins Auditorium, Clermont
Free networking event for
members business building!
RSVP required
Business after Hours
Thursday, August 12
5:30 7 p.m.
Sponsored by South Lake Business
Leaders and Beef 0' Brady's
1642 E. Highway 50
Clermont, Fl 34711
Bring a school supply or donation for the
Chamber school supply drive and receive a
free ticket for a chance to win a grand prize.


2010 Chamber Hob Nob
Tuesday, August 17
5:30 7:30 p.m.
Heritage Hills Clubhouse
3723 Sanibel Street, Clermont
Make sure you RSVP early
because we have a limit of 600
reservations for this prestigious event.
Chamber Breakfast
Friday, August 20
7:15 to 8 a.m.
Jenkins Auditorium, Clermont
Sponsored by:
Bret Jones, PA and Jones Cypress Cove
Marina
Co-sponsor: Clermont Woman's Club, Inc.
and Jo Ann Jones, PhD Candidate for Lake
County School Board, Dist 3
Program: Mark Wilson, President of the
Florida Chamber of Commerce
Catering Provided by: Rainbow Restaurant
RSVP required


SAVE THE DATE AUGUST 17TH! 2010 HOB NOB
The Chamber is proud to present our upcoming Hob Nob event August 17 at the Heritage Hills Clubhouse in
Clermont. Presenting sponsors include CenturyLink and Dewitt Excavating. Additional sponsors include
Montverde Academy, Ford Press, the South Lake Press and Daily Commercial and Restoration Specific
Chiropractic. It's a great way to meet the candidates in person and also a chance to participate in the straw
ballot/sample vote of those in attendance get a feel for how the actual elections may result! Make sure you
RSVP early because we have a limit of 600 reservations for this prestigious event. To RSVP go to
http://www.southlakechamber-fl.com or call the Chamber office at (352) 394-4191.
SCHOOL SUPPLY DRIVE
The South Lake Chamber of Commerce is promoting its annual school supply drive which kicked of at the
Chamber's monthly breakfast on July 16. Each year the South Lake Chamber of Commerce collects supplies
or monetary donations to purchase supplies for our local students. This year the Chamber will be helping 16
schools. Supplies also go to the Teachers' Apple Mart in South Lake County. Donations should be brought to
the Chamber office at 691 West Montrose St. at Jenkins Auditorium in downtown Clermont, next to anytime
Monday through Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. All donations stay in South Lake County. For more infor-
mation, call the South Lake Chamber at 352-394-4191.
TEACHER APPRECIATION BREAKFAST
The South Lake Chamber, the Community Foundation of South Lake County, Pig on the Pond and Event Title
Sponsor CenturyLink are honoring our 2009-20010 Teachers of the Year at the Annual Teacher Appreciation
Breakfast August 19 at the Wesley Center, First United Methodist Church in downtown Clermont. Last year
more than 750 teachers and administrators attended this event, and this year we look forward to having more
as new teachers hear about this signature event. Sponsorship packages are available at the South Lake
Chamber. We are looking for sponsors, items for the goody bags and door prizes. Don't miss out on a great
opportunity to promote your business and support your community. Call Lucy Hage at (407) 446-3853 for
more information on becoming a sponsor or donating items.


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Ongoing
Congregation Sinai of Minneola:
religious school has openings for
children ages 8-13. Call 243-5353.
South Lake Presbyterian Church
Food Pantry: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.,
Monday and Fridays. Call 394-
2753.
South Lake Presbyterian Church
Meals on Wheels: 9 a.m. to 12
p.m., Tuesday and Thursdays,
reservations required. Call 394-
7905.
The FAITH Neighborhood
Center: seeking donations of cloth-
ing, food, bed linens, blankets,
etc., 7432 S.R. 50, Groveland. Call
429-1200.
Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran
Church: newspaper and magazine
recycling program, 13600 Caspian
Lane, Clermont. All proceeds from
recycling benefit the FAITH


Neighborhood Center food bank.
Call 242-9519.
The Mission of Project Zion of
Zion Lutheran Church: seeking
donations to assist South Lake
county neighbors with food, pre-
scriptions, and utilities. Call 429-
2960.

Monday
Hallelujah Acres: support group,
10 a.m. to 1 p.m., first Monday.
Call 394-7702.
ATF Youth Group for
Middle/High School students: 7
p.m., The River Church, 796 Hook
St., Clermont. Call 243-7507.

Wednesday
Edge Memorial United
Methodist Church Connection:
dinner, 6 to 7:15 p.m; choir
rehearsal, 7:30 p.m., 441 S. Main


Ave., Groveland. Call 429-2572.
Edge Memorial United
Methodist Church: Celebrate
recovery group, 5:45 p.m., 441 S.
Main Ave., Groveland. Call 407-
257-3889.
Men of Steel: 6:30 p.m., The
River Church, 796 Hook St.,
Clermont. For men ages 20-35.
Call 243-7507.
Minneola Alliance Church:
prayer services, 7 p.m.,
Washington St. and Main Ave. Call
394-2028.
Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran
Church: worship service, 7 p.m.,
13600 Caspian Lane, Clermont.
Call 242-9519.
Christian Men in Action: 8 to 9
p.m., second Wednesday, New
Jacob's Chapel, 410 W. S.R. 50,
Clermont. Call 321-537-1906.


Thursday
Windermere Union Church
Support Group for adoptive and
foster parents: 6 to 7:30 p.m., sec-
ond Thursday, 10710 Park Ridge-
Gotha Road., Windermere. Call
407-876-2112 or 407-947-3613.
Intercessory Prayer: 7 p.m., The
River Church, 796 Hook St.,
Clermont.

Friday
Congregation Sinai: services,
7:45 p.m., first, second and fourth
Friday, 303A N. U.S. Highway 27,
Minneola. Call 243-5353 or visit
www.congregationsinai-
clermont.org.

Sunday
Edge Memorial United
Methodist Church: traditional


service, 9:30


a.m. and contempo-


rary service, 11 a.m., 441 S. Main
Ave., Groveland. Call 429-2572.
Edge Memorial United
Methodist Church: tweens and
youth, 6 to 7 p.m., 441 S. Main
Ave., Groveland. Call 429-2572.
The River Church: traditional
service, 9 a.m., contemporary serv-
ice, 10:30 a.m., Widow to Widow
support group, 3 p.m., 796 Hook
St., Clermont. Visit www.clermon-
triverchurch.com.
Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran
Church: worship service, 8 a.m.
and 10:15 a.m., Sunday school, 9
a.m., 13600 Caspian Lane,
Clermont. Call 242-9519.
Woodlands Lutheran Church:
worship, 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m.,
Sunday school, 9:45 a.m., 2 miles
north of S.R. 50 on C.R. 455,
Montverde. Call 407-469-2525.


VOLUNTEER CALENDAR


ACS Road to Recovery: answer
phones, stuff envelopes, secure driv-
ers, manage scrapbooks, and other
duties. Call 326-9599 ext. 112.
Angels of Mercy Thrift Store and
Food Pantry: volunteers and dona-
tions needed urgently for four hour
shifts. Call 394-4094.
Building Blocks Ministries: help
adults with developmental disabili-
ties. Call 536-9264.
Community Emergency Response
Team: assist local authorities during
times of natural or manmade disas-
ters. Email
mpeterson.floridaguard@yahoo.com.
Florida LAKEWATCH: monitor
local lakes with boats. Call 800-525-
3928.


Friends of Lake Louisa State Park:
assist with accounting, website, and
newsletter. Call 468-6329 or go to
www.floridastateparks.org.
Give a Kid a Backpack Foundation:
help with mailing, packing, and
events. Call 877-452-7225.
Long-Term Care Ombudsman
Program: nursing homes, assisted liv-
ing facilities and adult family care
homes. Call 888- 831-0404 or visit
www.ombudsman.myflorida.com.
Max's House: help in educational
areas, music, art, fundraising,
research, promotion, mentors, cooks.
Call 243-1628.
Ronald McDonald House: provide
a home away from home for families
faced with a medical crisis for a


child. Call 407-898-6127.
South Lake County Historical
Society: donate pictures of historic
Clermont or South Lake County.
Mail pictures to P.O. Box 121723,
Clermont, Fl. 34712. Visit
www.southlakehistoricalsociety.com
or contact Louise 394-1453 or
Dolores 394-1390.
Superior Residences of Clermont:
offer time, love, and experience to
enrich the lives of residents. Training
provided. Call 394-5549.
Trout Lake Nature Center in Eustis:
variety of activities. Call 357-7536.
Westminster Care of Clermont:
participate in fun activities with resi-
dents and perform clerical duties.
Call 407-654-5988.


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BLESSED SACRAMENT
CATHOLIC CHURCH
720 12th Street Clermont, FL 34711
352-394-3562
Saturday Vigil Masses
English: 4 pm and Spanish: 7 pm
Sunday Masses:
8 am, 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.)
Corner of Hwy 50 & 12th St. (Rt 561)
www.blessedsacramentcc.com

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

THE CROSSING CHURCH
Where Faith Comes to Life
Sunday 10:00 am
at South Lake Charter School
15220 Hartwood Marsh Rd
Clermont, FL 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 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
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
6:30 8:00 pm
Nursery Provided All Events
Weekday School:
Preschool

GRACE COMMUNITY CHURCH
CLERMONT, FL
*Bible centered preaching
*Blended worship Friendly atmosphere
Sunday Worship: 10:00 am
Many Other Activities each week
14244 Johns Lake Road, Clermont
(1/2 Mile East of Wal-Mart)
Jon Bekemeyer, Senior Pastor
407-877-4048
www.communitychurchclermont.org


IGLESIA METODISTA UNIDA
"EL FARO"
"Una iglesia con mentes, corazones y
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 information y
pedidos de oracion.
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:
www.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 Kenneth Williams, Youth Pastor
Church Motto: "Equipping Changed People for A
Changing World!"
Sunday Services Morning Service -
7:45 & 11:00 a.m.
Wednesday Youth Bible Study 6:00 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: Estudio Biblico 9:45 am
Servicio de Adoracion 11:00 am
Miercoles: Estudio Biblico y Oracion 7:00 pm

REAL LIFE CHRISTIAN CHURCH
"Helping Real People... Find Real Faith...
Worship Times
Saturday 6:00 pm
Sunday 9:30 & 11:15 am
Weekend Programs
The EDGE (Children)
All Services
Student Life Groups
Sunday 9:30 am (Middle School)
Sunday 11:15 am (High School)
The Way 1. l I I..l. School)
Wednesday 6:00 9:00 pm
www.getreallife.com
1501 Steve's Rd 352-394-3553


RENAISSANCE CHURCH
"Church For A Change"
Sunday 10:00 am
Wednesday 7:00 pm
830 W Montrose St.
Clermont, Florida 34711
Children's Ministry Provided
James Wheeler, lead pastor
352-425-3288
www.thechurchforachange.com

THE RIVER CHURCH
"...bringing joy to the city of our God"
796 Hooks St., Clermont, FL
352-243-7505
www.ClermontRiverChurch.com
Sunday Services
Coffee & Donuts
Classic Service 9:00 am
Contemporary Service 10:30 am
River Kids and River Babies
Available during the service

SHEPHERD OF THE HILLS 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)
6:30 PM Song in the Night (Artistic/Alternative)
Church school for all ages 9:30 AM
Childcare provided.
www.southlakepresbyterian.org

ST. MATTHIAS EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Experience Traditional Worship
and a Warm Welcome!
574 Montrose St. 394-3855
in Downtown Clermont
Summer Schedule
Sunday Service 9:00am
Child Care 8:45am
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


FERNDALE


FERNDALE BAPTIST CHURCH
at CR455 & CR561A
407-469-3888
Pastor: Gordon (Bird) Sanders
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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EDGE MEMORIAL UNITED METHODIST
CHURCH
441 S. Main Avenue, Groveland
352-429-2572
Rev. Dr. Donna Manwaring
Traditional Worship 9:30 AM
Lighthouse Caf6 11:00 AM
Sunday Fellowship 10:30 AM to 11:00 AM
Wednesday 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



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CONGREGATION SINAI OF MINNEOLA
A Progressive Jewish Congregation
Shabbat services are conducted on the
first, second and final Friday of each
month at 8:00 PM.
Services are held at the synagogue located at:
303A North US Highway 27, Minneola
Religious School, Men's Club & Women's Club
Messgae line: 352-243-5353
Email: congregationsinai@cfl.rr.com
Web: congregationsinai-clermont.org

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
Rev. Loyce Rowland


N-AONiTVRDe

CROSSROADS FAMILY FELLOWSHIP
Come to the Country... Where God, families and
community are our priority. Located at 16913 #11
Lakeside Dr. Montverde, 34756 1 block north of
Montverde blinking light Hwy 455
Services Times: Sunday 9:30 am Praise/Worship
10:00 am service and children church
Wednesday evening 7:00 pm
First Sunday evening monthly 6:00 pm
Pastors Jim and Linda Watson
Youth Pastors Rob and Leslie Durant
407-469-3927 or 321-948-2350

WOODLANDS LUTHERAN
CHURCH & SCHOOL
(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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218 E. Oakland Ave.
(1/2 mile N. Hwy 50 at
Tubb St./ West Orange Lumber)
8:45 am Contemporary Worship
9:45 am Sunday School Fo' II
11:00 am Traditional Worship
Nursery Provided All Services
407-656-4452
Dr. Robert P. Hines, Jr.
www.oaklandpres.org


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FAITH FAMILY COMMUNITY CHURCH
305 Beulah Rd. Winter Garden
(407) 877-7735
Sunday School 9:30 am
Sunday Worship 10:45 am
Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm
Wednesday Family Night 7:00 pm


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Staff Writer
"Curls byjulee" is a well-
recognized salon in
Clermont, but it's not just
curls that the hair salon's
owner and stylist, Julee
Gunn, can deliver. Anything
related to hair, including
highlights, lowlights, relaxers,
perms, up-dos and hair exten-
sions are also available.
Gunn said that includes a
lot of corrective work, espe-
cially when it comes to color.
"I love that I am able to
help someone with their hair,
it's an extension of their
image and their personality,
and when they leave feeling
wonderful, I am left feeling
wonderful too," Gunn said.
As a Central Florida native,
Gunn said she has proudly
watched the community
grow.
From her first salon in her
home, Gunn has developed
and maintained loyal rela-
tionships with her diverse
clientele.
In fact, Gunn said many of
her clients are people she met
years ago.
A 40-year stylist, Gunn has
served the south Lake County
community for more than
twenty years, specializing in
color and styling for all hair
types and any special occa-
sions for men, women and
children of all ages.
Recently, Gunn moved into
a new location at 650 7th
Street, on the corner of 7th


COURTESY PHOTO
Owner and hair stylist Julee Gunn of "Curls by Julee," a salon in
downtown Clermont, and Gen, another stylist at the shop, together
have more than 50 years of experience in cuts, color, perms, highlights,
extensions, custom wigs and Dominican braiding.


and Montrose, nestled
between the Elk's Lodge and
the Herb Shoppe.


"I'm very excited about
opening my new salon in
beautiful downtown


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Clermont, building new rela-
tionships and providing serv-
ices to the residents of south
Lake County," she said.
New customers receive an
initial hair cut for $10 and all
prices after that are affordable
and extremely competitive.
However, Gunn's everyday
goal is to ensure that every
client that walks through her
door leaves satisfied.
To do that, Gunn conducts
an in-depth consultation,
using resources from pictures
they can look at to opinions
and suggestions of the styl-
ists, to make sure she has a
solid understanding of the
hair style every customer
truly desires.
Gunn also uses Matrix,
Kenra and ISO products and
has another stylist Gen -
whose expertise and 10 years
of experience, ranging from
specialty hair extensions, cus-
tom wigs and Dominican
braiding, complement her
own.
Additional services include
eyebrow, lip-area and chin-
area waxing and deep-hair
conditioning.
"I want to thank everyone
who has been a loyal client
and your continued support
is sincerely appreciated,"
Gunn said. "Because your
hair is important to you, it is
important to me."
For information and
appointments call 352-394-
2900 or e-mail
Curlsbyjulee@gmail.com.


Linda Coletta, retired attorney, founder


and operator of Houndhaven, Inc.


Name: Linda Coletta
Hometown: Born in Mooresville, Ind.,
currently residing in Minneola.
Occupation: Retired attorney, currently
running Houndhaven, Inc.
Family: Husband Michael and four
labrador retrievers
Q: What do you enjoy most about south
Lake County?
A: I love the privacy and peacefulness of
living on 35 beautiful acres with quick
access to restaurants, entertainment and
other amenities.
Q: If you had to summarize your philoso-
phy of life in one sentence, what would it
be?


A: Serve and
glorify God,
and He will
take care of the
rest.
Q: Name a
person or inci-
dent you've
come across
recently that's
touched you in
some way.
Why did this
person or inci-
dent impress
you so much?


A: The volunteers at Houndhaven impress
me daily. They generously give their time,
talent, love and often money to dogs that
otherwise would have no one to love or care
for them.
Q: How does what you do contribute to
the welfare of the area? Name one of your
greatest accomplishments so far.
A: Founding Houndhaven is one of the
greatest blessings and accomplishments of
my life. Houndhaven is celebrating it's
tenth year of serving south Lake County. In
that time we have rescued approximately
650 dogs and provided lots of dog lovers
with an opportunity to be part of helping
those wonderful and deserving dogs.


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Ann Dupee

Development

gets its

certification

20 Years Ago 1990
he 2,600 square-foot clubhouse at the
Lake Ridge Club development, with a
beautiful view of Lake Minnehaha
from high atop a hill off Lake Shore Drive,
south of Clermont's city limits, has
received its certificate of occupancy from
Lake County. The first phase of 37 lots is
being accepted into the county road sys-
tem and final permitting of the water sys-
tem was granted by DER. Trac Road
builders has completed the roads for both
the first and second phases. The second
phase consists of 68 lots.
Suzanne McClure, a past president of
Beta Theta ESA, installed new officers at the
home of member Betty Meadows, following
incoming President Bonnie Kranz's theme
of "Hot, Hot, Hot!" Also serving will be
Carol Andrews, Vice President; Terry
Moherek, Treasurer; Jackie Ulch,
Corresponding Secretary; Michelle Delaney,
Recording Secretary; Donna Clarke,
Educational Director and Eleanor Lofgren,
Parliamentarian.
The students in Miss Cindy Kinat's 4th
grade class at Groveland Elementary School
have been busy raising tomatoes. Half their
plants are not ordinary tomato plants. They
were germinated from seeds that spent six
years orbiting the Earth. NASA and the Park
Seed Company supplied seeds to classes
interested in observing the effects of space
exposure on seeds.
Clermont High School juniors Carly
Meeker and Shawna McNeff will participate
in mock state elections at Girls' State on
the Florida State University campus in
Tallahassee June 15-22.
Clermont Councilman Hal Turville
reported to Council on the Lake County
Commission's passage of the Mining
Ordinance, which exempts all existing
mines and leaves those around the
Clermont area free to proceed without con-
cern for the aesthetic or environmental
damage they continue to cause.
Turville noted District 3 Commissioner
Richard Swartz was the lone vote in opposi-
tion to the ordinance. District 2
Commissioner Don Bailey of Groveland
attempted an amendment to bring existing
mines into compliance within a number of
years but didn't receive a second to contin-
ue his attempts.
Council member Ann Dupee reported on
the Florida League of Cities Legislative
Action Day and discussed several proposals
legislators were trying to keep alive. One
was Amendment 3, to "keep local taxes
local," which means no state mandates for
programs without adequate funding from
the state.
Another was fractional assessments on
new construction to place it on the tax rolls
when construction is substantially complet-
ed. Dupee noted she found out why the
legislators were approving the fractional
assessments. School systems will be includ-
ed in the tax that is expected to generate
$35 million for schools statewide. She said
one senator told her the legislature could
return $35 million currently budgeted for
education back to the general revenue
account. She said the legislators were still
laying games with educational funding.
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B2 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Friday, July 30, 2010


Use structure and


communication to aid


son with anger issues


Talking

With Tori
Tori
Kelley,
Ph.D
D EAR
TORI,


My 7-year-old son
has been told that
he is oppositional
defiant. I am trying to find
more information as to how
to deal with his defiance
and anger. He is also trying
to deal with my ex-hus-
band, his father, who him-
self has issues with excess
anger. He is exhibiting his
anger in front of my son
and I find his discipline
methods and his own anger
issues affecting my son, who
already has his own "anger"
to deal with. Could you tell
me of any ways to deal with
his defiant ways or any
methods that I could try. He
is in counseling and I have
his counselor also trying to
help me with him. Help!
Defiant Son

Dear Defiant Son,
I can only speak generally
about the problem you
describe as I am not seeing
you and your son in my
office. I think it is a step in
the right direction that you
are in counseling with him.
We need to really be careful
with labels because children
live up to them. If you are
defining him as oppositional
he most certainly will con-
tinue to be and once it is
documented as a mental dis-
order that he has, the atti-
tude that "he can't help it"
is in danger of being created,
which is a debilitating situa-
tion. You have pointed out
similarities between your
son's anger and your ex-hus-
band's.
Apparently you and your
husband are in conflict and
children will take advantage
of that situation by acting as
out of control as his parents
are. Obviously you can't
change your ex, but you will
need to cooperate with him
in order to be good parents
to your son.


All children need structure
and consistent discipline. Set
up rules in your home for
the behavior you want to see
and have set consequences
for how you will handle
unwanted behavior through
time out, early bedtime, no
dessert, etc. You need to find
what motivates him. Ask
your therapist to help you
with this.
As for his anger, you need
to remember that his family
split up, that is enough to
make a kid angry. His stable
home with both his parents
together is a thing of the
past and that can make a
child feel very insecure.
Have conversations with
your son about his feelings
so he learns to express him-
self. Make it clear that while
you are interested in his feel-
ings and want him to com-
municate with you, there
will still be rules to follow
and he will have to trust
your wisdom in the deci-
sions you make for him as
his parent.
The next time he gets into
trouble, talk with him in a
way that brings understand-
ing to how his actions were
not appropriate and how his
choices did not bring his
desired result, but rather a
consequence. Have him
brainstorm with you what
would have been more
appropriate and more effec-
tive. Encourage him to make
a better choice in the future
and stick to the consequence
so he sees he will be held
accountable for bad behav-
ior.
Lastly, even though you
may feel frustrated with
him, do not say, "You are
just like your father!" He
knows already that you do
not like his father, which
puts you in danger of teach-
ing him to dislike himself.
Encourage positive, solution-
focused discussions which
will lead to better behavior.
To submit a question, go to
www. CentralFloridaMentalHealth.
com and click the "Talking with
Tori" icon. Tori Kelley, Ph.D. is a
licensed psychotherapist practic-
ing in Clermont. The contents of
this column are for informational
purposes only and are not meant
to be used as a substitute for pro-
fessional therapy.


Dealing with muscle weakness


can help defeat cause of pain


Neck and back pain continue to
be the top "pain" issues people
come to my office for, and they
continue to be the ones that are the
most comprehensive to deal with.
One reason is that pain causes people
to not use the part that is hurting or to
alter their posture to try to avoid the
pain. That decreased range of motion
and usage causes muscles, tendons and
connective tissue to shorten, which
makes it harder for the muscles to
move the body part to its full range of
motion. This can cause more pain and
the cycle worsens.
The lack of movement and usage
causes the muscles to weaken. This also
makes it harder for the body part to
move or to maintain a normal posture,
causing the person to slouch more or
to walk abnormally.
When muscles weaken they try to
recruit more and more muscles to help
do the job. This causes the weakened
muscles to spasm and other parts of
the body to try to compensate. The
change in the way the body part moves
or is being abnormally held to reduce
pain will often cause pain and dysfunc-
tion in other parts of the body. If you
have a pain in your knee, for example,
it will alter the way you walk or stand,
which can then cause your back or
your neck to hurt.
If you don't think weak muscles can
cause severe pain try an experiment.
Take a can of soup and hold it in your
hand with your arm stretched out to
the side while standing. The first 20-60
seconds should be fairly easy. Then you


Michael Visconti
A.R, N.R
Natural Medicine


might notice a little ache, which then
progresses to a deeper ache and finally
up to discomfort and pain. You will
also notice your upper body will start
leaning to the opposite side and that
you eventually have pain in other parts
of the body.
Now, think about holding this up for
hours or days. I have seen pain
responses in people caused by weak
muscles that are so severe, they are put
on morphine after receiving cortisone
injections that haven't worked.
Armed with this knowledge, we can
help to improve whatever healing
modality we are using or are planning
to use. Acupuncture, chiropractic, mas-
sage, etc., will all help but are limited if
the pain is perpetuated by weak mus-
cles. The problem will return if we stop
the treatments. In a study I saw on a
popular news website, women who
undertook a 10-week strength-training
regimen decreased neck pain levels 70-
80 percent. Aerobic exercise helped
short-term pain but did not provide
the continued benefit that strength
training did.
One of my patients is a woman in
her late 70s who has had multiple back
and neck surgeries and is in chronic
pain. After helping decrease her pain


levels with acupuncture and a few
other techniques, I set up an exercise
program for her back and neck. (This
also included posture exercises.) She
has shown marked improvement in her
pain levels and in her posture,
endurance and activity levels.
The bottom line is, if you have any
pain issues you may not be addressing
the whole picture if you don't look at
muscle strength. Have a qualified train-
er or physical therapist set up appropri-
ate strength-training exercises that will
address the primary muscles and the
support muscles.
They will also ensure that the exer-
cise will not cause damage to any other
condition you might have. Work on
your posture while sitting, standing,
working in the kitchen or at the com-
puter. One exercise you can do is to
take a deep breath and let it out while
pulling your shoulders back and stand-
ing up straight every time you pass
through a doorway. This will help you
develop good posture and should help
to improve your pain levels. It is also
great for people to feel more energetic,
breathe better and improve moods.
Our mothers were probably right
when they told us to "sit up straight!"
all those years.
Doc Visconti's office is located near the Citrus
Tower. If you have any questions regarding this
or any other health related topics, please con-
tact him on his website at WWW.DOCVISCON-
TI.COM. On facebook? Sign up for the "Visconti
Acupuncture & Natural Medicine" fan page for
interesting information and updates on natural
health!


DUPEE
From B1


Because the County Property Tax
Appraiser told Minneola city officials
they missed the deadline for installing
the fire tax on city residents' computer-
ized tax rolls last year, Council had to
find a new way of paying its bill:
$22,900, less $3,000 for rent for the fire
station, is still owed going back to last
October.
Several years ago, the city elected to
merge its volunteer department with
the county. The annual fire tax, $35 for
Minneola residential and varying rates
for other properties, was suspended for
several years because the city donated
its fire equipment to the county. The
equipment value was eventually used
up.
County Commissioners approved the
final plan for the 16th Fairway Villas.
The section is Tract H within the
Village Green plat that is being replat-
ted to include 14 lots within the tract.
Village Green, 2 miles east of
Clermont, on the north side, south of
SR 50, south of CR 65A and west of
Max Hooks Road, received preliminary
approvals last year.
Among those to be honored at the


United Way of Lake and Sumter
Counties' Salute to Volunteers are Paul
Lewis of Florida Power Corporation
and Keith Mullins of Lakeridge Winery,
South Lake County's co-chairmen. Last
year's United Way fund drive amount-
ed to $347,806, an increase of 17%
over the previous year's campaign.
Meet Lanny Harker, Clermont's new
Planning Director.
Clermont Mayor and former
Clermont Elementary School student
Bob Pool proclaimed May 10 as
Clermont Elementary School Day in
Clermont as Student Government
President Brandy Breier and CES
Principal Sharon Powell looked on.
Minneola resident John Rorabaugh, a
student at the school on the first day
of classes, and John Boyd, at 86-years-
old the oldest living student, were rec-
ognized by Diamond Jubilee organizer
and 5th grade CES teacher Rena Clark,
as were former CES principals Gerry
MacLean, Buford Robinson and Marvin
Styles.
CES was originally a comprehensive
school, serving the needs of area stu-
dents from kindergarten to 12th grades


following the consolidation of the
Clermont and Minneola School
Districts in 1915. The school site, locat-
ed on 2nd Street in Clermont, was
donated by E.S. Wiley, with area voters
approving a $10,00 bond issue to con-
struct the two story, red brick building
which included four classrooms, three
downstairs and one upstairs, an audito-
rium, library, principal's, office, cloak
room and basement.
The building was formally dedicated
Dec. 17, 1915 and opened to nearly
100 students in September 1916. As the
area grew, the school became over-
crowded, creating the need for expan-
sion by 1925 at a cost of $50,000. By
1954-55, the upper grade levels moved
across East Avenue to the current high
school site (now Clermont Middle
School) and the original school served
elementary students (K-8) exclusively.
The administration of the schools was-
n't separated until 1962, when the
school was renamed Clermont
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KERI RASMUSSEN-BEKIER / SOUTH LAKE PRESS
Caleb Anderson, 4, runs a ball carrying drill during Tuesday during South Lake High School's annual youth football camp in Groveland. More
than 100 youngsters signed up for the camp. The three-day camp is run by Eagles coach Walter Banks and his staff. Youngsters are taught
offensive and defensive fundamentals. Banks said the camp teaches "passion for the game, because football is a tough sport requiring
passion." He said campers are showing their passion by spending three hours each day working in 90-plus degree heat to become better
players.


DELAND Robert Lake
tossed six innings of six-hit
baseball and Lightning bats
awoke with a vengeance on
Monday as Leesburg greatly
improved its playoff chances
with a 9-6 win over the FCSL
cellar-dwelling DeLand Suns.
The offensive fireworks
began in the opening inning
when the Lightning jumped
out to a 4-0 lead.
Matt Pierpont singled to
center, advanced to third on
an Adam Cellini base hit to
right and scored on Robert
Beary's infield single. With
two out, Alex Hudak reached
on an error, scoring Cellini
with Beary advancing to
third. Nick DelGuidice dou-
bled to right, bringing in
Beary and Hudak.
The Suns struck back in the
bottom of the third when
Lake loaded the bases with
two out. When Lake fired
two strikes past Bryan
Adametz, it seemed the
Lightning might escape fur-
ther trouble, but the Suns
best hitter lined a shot up the
middle for a base hit, bring-


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team to within two.
Leesburg came roaring
back with five runs during
the next inning to take a
comfortable 9-2 lead. The
rally began with Pierpoint
doubled to left center and
Cellini followed with a single
to put Lightning runners on
second and third. After Beary
was hit by a pitch to load the
bases, Michael Gonzalez sin-
gled to left, scoring Pierpont
and Cellini. Danny Baatz
reached on a fielder's choice,
stole second and advanced to
third on the subsequent bad
throw. DelGuidice doubled
down the left field line to
score Baatz and scored when
Michael Albaladejo singled to
left.
But the Suns would not go
quietly, scoring four runs off
Lake's replacement, Jesse
Holiday, who didn't have his
best stuff. Only when Nick
Wilson came into the game
were the Lightning able to
close out the seventh inning

See SUNS, B5


Late rally, solid R


pitching lifts


Lightning past Suns

Leesburg locks down third place,
avoids opening round "play-in" game


TREY GARANT
Special to the Daily Commercial
LEESBURG Jason
Cochcroft was stellar on
Tuesday night, going eight
innings and allowing only
four hits and one earned run
in the Leesburg Lightning's
2-1 win against the DeLand
Suns.
Cochcroft showed com-
mand, collecting six strike-
outs and forcing the Suns to
swing the bat, not allowing a
single walk.
The Lightning gave
Cochcroft two runs late in
the game to give him the
win, and with one game left,
secured third place in the


A French friend of mine
once said, "You
Americans have never
met a shade of gray you
could live with." My friend
believes we tend to see the
world in black and white
and, because of that, we
overreact to practically
everything.
He may be right.
Our wars are portrayed as
good against evil, our social
programs are described as
wars or battles or ,i ri, ''i..,
against poverty, smoking or
drugs. And anything of
which we disapprove is sub-
ject to zero tolerance all
of which makes it hard for
us to avoid overreaction. But
overreaction is exactly what
we must learn to avoid if
reason is to replace rhetoric
and bombast in the world of
sports.
A case in point comes
from the recently concluded
SEC Media Days in Hoover,
Ala. There, addressing four
outstanding cases of possible
NCAA rules violation regard-
ing contact with agents, the
top coaches in the country's
top football conference


Florida Collegiate Summer
League. By finishing third,
the Lightning avoided
Saturday's "play-in" game
between the fourth- and

See RALLY, B5


FCSL
W L Pct.
Winter Park 27 10 .730
Sanford 27 12 .692
Leesburg 18 23 .449
Orlando 14 25 .359
DeLand 11 27 .289
Tuesday's Games
Leesburg 2, DeLand 1
Sanford 9, Orlando 1


VICTORIA ALDRICH / SOUTH LAKE PRESS
Leesburg Lightning's Danny Baatz beats t he ball to third base in the fourth inning of Tuesday's game against the DeLand Suns at Pat Thomas
Stadium-Buddy Lowe Field in Leesburg.


Lightning load bases with none out in


9th but fail to score in 3-2 loss to Mavs


TREY GARANT
Special to the Daily Commercial
LEESBURG Trailing 3-2 in the bot-
tom of the ninth inning, the Leesburg
Lightning loaded the bases with none
out. But three outs later, the sacks
remained full and the Lightning had
lost another close game, this one to the
Orlando Mavericks, at Pat Thomas
Stadium-Buddy Lowe Field.
The Mavericks came into the game
determined to move a game closer to
the third-place Lightning. The Mavs
pitching staff did its part, giving up just
six hits and walking three. The
Lightning hurlers, however, surrendered
eight hits and several walks to go along
with two errors which resulted in a pair
of unearned runs and were directly
responsible for the loss. With their win,
the Mavericks are within striking dis-
tance of the third-place Lightning -two
games back with three to play.
Lightning starter Kyle Wahl struggled
in his five innings of work, loading the
bases in the first three frames on an
equal number of hits. Wahl walked five
and hit one batter but was somehow
able to get out of each self-induced jam,
giving up only one run over the first
three innings and stranding nine
Maverick baserunners. Both runs were
unearned, coming on throwing errors
by the middle infielders in each inning.
The Lightning struggled offensively


the entire night, recording only one hit
in the first three innings and going
down in order twice in that time. In the
fourth, Robert Beary doubled deep to
right center field, and with two outs,
Mark Darlington came up clutch with
an RBI bloop single to left. The
Lightning tied the game in the bottom
of the fifth inning, Alex Hudak drawing
a walk, advancing to second on a sacri-
fice bunt then scoring on a clutch two-
out RBI by Danny Baatz. Baatz and
Darlington were the only two Leesburg
hitters to record multi-hit performanc-
es, each collecting two singles.
The Mavericks took the lead in the
sixth inning on a leadoff double, sacri-
fice bunt, and sacrifice fly. From there,
the Mavericks bullpen took care of the
Lightning until the ninth inning, when
the home team would load the bases
with no one out.
Lightning 2, Suns 1
THE VILLAGES The Leesburg
Lightning traveled to The Villages on
Friday night to take on the DeLand
Suns, or as they were known through-
out their three-game series, The Villages
Sluggers. Although the Lightning strug-
gled to mount any offensive attack, key
mistakes by the Suns allowed the visi-
tors to post a 2-1 victory. Pitching and
defense were the keys, as the two teams
combined could manage just 10 hits.


When the Suns committed back-to-back
errors in the top of the final frame, the
Lightning scored the winning run with-
out ever recording a hit.
Lightning starter Garrett Bush went 5
1/3 innings, allowing only four hits and
one earned run. Great defensive sup-
port by the Lightning infield helped
Bush to keep DeLand runners off the
base paths, especially in the third
inning when the Lightning made two
errors of their own.
After giving up a leadoff hit, Bush
delivered a ball in the dirt that skipped
away from catcher Michael Albaladejo.
He quickly recovered, however, throw-
ing a strike to second base to catch the
runner trying to steal. The next batter
hit a screaming liner toward the hole
between first and second, but Robert
Beary showing his range at second,
made a diving stop and threw from his
knees to record the second out.
Lightning struck in the top of the
fifth inning when left-fielder Michael
Gonzalez lined a one-out single to left.
Gonzalez then stole second base, and an
errant throw by the catcher allowed him
to then take third as well. Designated
hitter Adam Cellini drew a walk. The
Suns hurler faked a throw to third,
catching Cellini too far off the bag, cre-
ating a rundown. Gonzalez took off for

See LIGHTNING, B5


Don
Hunsberger
Sports Columnist


sought to confront similar
problems.
Florida, South Carolina,
Alabama and Georgia all
face greater or lesser degrees
of investigation by the
NCAA about players receiv-
ing extra inducements
(whatever that means) from
agents.
Rather than discuss the
individual problems head-
on, Alabama's Lou Saban
fired a broadside against
agents in general, comparing
the unscrupulous among
them to pimps.
"How would you feel if
they did it (took advantage
of ) your child?" he intoned
as the press activities began.
All the coaches share
Saban's outrage, but for dif-
ferent reasons. Some are
worried that star athletes

See HUNSBERGER, B5


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Friday, July 30, 2010 SOUTH LAKE PRESS B5


Lightning fizzle


League-leading

Winter Park

takes 10-6 win

STAFF REPORT
LEESBURG Three singles
and a pair of walks combined
to spark a four-run seventh
inning on Saturday as the
league-leading Winter Park
Diamond Dawgs surged to a
10-6 victory over the homes-
tanding Leesburg Lightning at
Pat Thomas Stadium-Buddy
Lowe field.
The Dawgs held a slim 4-3
edge going into the critical
frame. The Lightning picked
up single runs in the first, third
and fourth frames, while the
Dawgs scored one in the first,
two in the third and one in the
fifth.
Winter Park opened the scor-
ing in the top of the first
inning when Samuel Kimmel
singled to the right side of the
infield and reached second on
a passed ball. Trey Blackman
walked to put runners on first
and second. Brad Hutton sin-
gled to the right side of the
infield to score Kimmel with
Blackman advancing to sec-
ond.
Leesburg's first score came in
the bottom half when Thomas
Sicking, Robert Beary and Matt
Pierpont drew consecutive
walks to load the bases for
Michael Gonzalez. Gonzalez
managed an infield hit to score
Sicking with what was the
tying run.
In the third inning, Sicking
opened with a base hit,
advanced to third on an errant
throw on a pickoff attempt
and came around to score on
Beary's double to right center-
field.
The Diamond Dawgs
responded in their half of the
inning when Brad Dantzler
singled to left center, Kimmel
drew a base on balls and
Blackman singled to left, scor-
ing Dantzler with the first run
of the inning. Kimmel scored


PHOTOS BY VICTORIA ALDRICH / SOUTH LAKE PRESS
Leesburg Lightning infielder Sean Killeen takes the ball to force out Winter Park Diamond
Dawgs' Brad Dantzler in the first inning on Saturday at Pat Thomas Stadium-Buddy Lowe Field
in Leesburg.


on an infield error to
plate the second run and
give the visitors a 3-1
lead.
In the fourth, Alex
Hudak lined a one-out
double to right and
scored on Sicking's single
to right.
In the fifth, the Dawgs
scored the go-ahead run
when Dantzler reached
on an error and moved
into scoring position on
Kimmel's base hit.
Hutton's grounder was
booted to plate Dantzler.
The Lightning scored
twice in the eighth to
close to within 8-5, but
Winter Park responded
with two in the final
frame to take a five-run
lead.
Hutton opened with a
walk and moved to third
on Mitchel Brennan's sin-


Leesburg's Sean Killeen scores as Michael Gonzalez crosses
the first-base bag in the first inning.


gle to right center field.
Brennan advanced to sec-
ond on a wild pitch and
Tim Dye was hit by a
pitch to give Winter Park
runners on first and sec-
ond. Brennan raced to
third on a wild pitch,
with Hutton scoring on


HUNSBERGER
From B4


the play.
In the bottom of the
ninth, Gonzalez opened
with a base hit to right
but was nailed trying to
steal second. Adam
Cellini then walked and
went to second on
Hudak's single to center.


RALLY
From B4


fifth-place teams, with loser
being eliminated.
"That was by far the most
dominating game," Lightning
manager Frank Viola said, "I
think the second best game we
pitched as an individual starter
besides the one that Nic
(Kovacs) threw earlier in the
year."
Viola compared Cochroft's
outing to a complete-game gem
thrown earlier in the season
Kovacs.
"Total control throughout,"
Viola said.
Cochcroft would give up his
only run of the night, and the
only run the Suns managed to
get, in the first inning. An
infield single by the Suns started
the inning, a sacrifice bunt
moving the runner into scoring
position before being driven in
by an RBI single to left.
Lightning defense would end
the inning with a 5-4-3 double
play. The next six innings were
all about Cochcroft, setting the
Suns down in order in every
inning until the eighth. In the


eighth inning, Cochcroft would
give up his final hit, allowing
four batters to come to the
plate. His dominating perform-
ance showed, never once allow-
ing a runner to make it past first
after the first inning.
In the seventh inning, down
1-0, Lightning's third baseman
Matt Pierpont, who has been
heating up in the past two
games, sent a two out pitch
deep over the left field fence to
even the game at one apiece.
"Pierpont's home run was
big," Viola said, as the
Lightning had left several base
runners stranded in previous
innings.
In the bottom of the eighth,
the Lightning added a run when
Robert Beary led the inning off
with a walk, stole second and
went to third on Michael
Gonzalez's fly out to right.
Beary scored the game-winning
run when the ball got away
from the third baseman.
In the ninth inning, Dylan
Ortega came in to collect the
save, his 11th of the season.


LIGHTNING
From B4


home, and although a good throw would have nailed him, an even
better slide by Gonzalez allowed him to score and Cellini to gain
second.
In the bottom of the sixth inning, Bush would get knocked out
by Dexter Kelley (Savannah State University) when Kelley would
hit a triple to deep right field, collecting an RBI and the only run
for DeLand. Scott Robinson (Lake Sumter CC) came in relief of
Bush in the sixth inning to collect the last two outs. Robinson also
shut down the Suns in the seventh and eighth inning, allowing
only two hits. In the bottom of the eighth inning, Albaladejo made
one of the best plays of the season by a catcher thus far, when Suns
third baseman Sean Emory (Stetson) popped up a bunt. Albaladejo,
scrambling to catch the shallow bunt, laid out, fully extended,
making an unbelievable catch as his third baseman and Robinson
would come crashing in on the play as well.
In the top of the ninth inning, Beary drew a leadoff walk. Mark
Darlington hit a ball directly back to the pitcher for what looked
like a 1-6-3 double play. But a bad throw gave the Lightning run-
ners on first and second with no outs. Matt Pierpont then laid
down a sacrifice bunt, but the throw was rushed for yet another
error, allowing Beary to score the winning run.

SUNS
From B4


- but not before the Suns had
closed the gap to 9-6.
When Scott Robinson came
on to face the Suns in the eighth
inning, he immediately got into
trouble when DeLand managed
to get runners on first and third.
But Robinson was able to strike


out Joey Delmonico to preserve
the Lightning's three-run lead.
The Lightning scored an
insurance run in the ninth on
Pierpont's single to left.
Dyland Ortega came on to
close out the game, retiring the
side in a 1-2-3 inning.


will be caught accepting money or (here come
those 'inducements' again) other benefits from
professional agents looking to lock up representa-
tion for those who'll turn pro. The coaches aren't
worried about the consequences for the athlete;
they're worried about the effect the absence of
these players might have on the god to which all
coaches pray the god of bowl- game victory. In
addition, the coaches themselves don't want to
know too much about the dealings of their play-
ers with the outside world. For as soon as a coach
knows or thinks he knows that a player has taken
something (what, of course, is never defined) he
must suspend that player or risk having his liveli-
hood (read victories) taken away. It's a Hobson's
choice of which he wants no part.
The other salient fact here is that all the players
in this athletic drama: coaches, athletic directors,
NCAA officials, agents and university officials -
all are getting paid for their services. All except
the athletes themselves.
Rather than worry about enforcing rules that
can't be enforced, the NCAA should authorize
paying the players some sort of stipend in return
for the millions of dollars they bring to their
schools. It wouldn't have to be much, but no
football player ever should have to wander
through his college career without being able to
go to the movies or eat out on a regular basis.






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Besides, you have to wonder why it is that only
athletes must perform for the love of the game.
Not a single voice is raised in protest if college
actors or musicians or dancers or physics majors
manage to make money from their talents while
attending school. Why is the athlete treated so
differently? Colleges and universities have
become the minor leagues of professional sports
and are now on a par with the NFL in terms of
generating revenue. The schools are making a
boatload of money by serving as a training
ground. In fact, the only parties not making
money from on-field collegiate exploits turn out
to be the people actually playing the game.
Everyone else is making a bundle.
So why are NCAA rules regarding agents unen-
forceable?
Consider the case of Reggie Bush at USC. Bush
stands accused of taking money directly from an
agent.
FOUR YEARS AGO.
And that's the point. The penalties that finally
came down a two-year ban on bowl appear-
ances for the football team and the return of
Reggie's Heisman Trophy (which the school vol-
unteered) don't affect Bush at all he's playing
for the New Orleans Saints in the NFL. Nor is
there any effect on then USC-coach Pete Carroll
- he's comfortably ensconced in a corner office


as head coach of the Seattle Seahawks. Rather, the
penalties are levied years later on players and
coaches who had absolutely nothing to do with
the offenses being condemned.
Whether or not Florida Gators star Maurkice
Pouncey, for example, accepted $100,000 from an
agent, he did or didn't do it at the exact same
time his coach is being paid mega-millions to tell
him that accepting money is illegal.
And the morality of the situation?
It's easy to picture a college athlete, raised in
the projects, walking through the student union
without a dime in his pocket and wondering why
he gets nothing at all from the sale of the $70 jer-
sey with his name on it.
Traditionally, schools and the NCAA have
argued that scholarships bestowed on prized ath-
letes provide these players with an education
which will enable them to pursue a career not
otherwise obtainable.
Perhaps.
But a more likely analysis would be the one
offered by M*A*S*H's Col. Sherman T. Potter
whenever he encountered a baseless argument.:
"Bull Puckey," he used to say.

Don Hunsberger is a sports columnist for the Daily
Commercial. He may be reached at donhunsberger@daily-
commercial.com.


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003 Legal
Notices

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CU[T, IN AND FOR LAKE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No: 2010-DR-512
IN RE: The Marriage of:
DANIELLE L. CAVANAGH,
Petitioner,
and
JOHN CAVANAGH,
Respondent/Husband
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE
TO: JOHN CAVANAGH
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed
against you and that you
are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if
any, to it on DANIELLE L.
CAVANAGH, at the office of
her attorneys, Pamela J.
Helton P.A., 301 North
Highway 27, Suite H. Cler-
mont, Florida 34711 on or
before August 23, 2010,
and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court at 550
W. Main Street, Tavares,
Florida 32778, before
service on Petitioner or im-
mediately thereafter. If you
fail to do so, a default may
be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the
Petition.
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, include
ing orders, are available at
the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office. You may re-
view these documents upon
request.
You must keep the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office no-
tified of your current ad
dress. (You may file Notice
of Current Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12,915.)
Future papers in this lawsuit
will be mailed to the ad-
dress on record at the
clerk's office.
Warning: Rule 12,285, Flor-
ida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires certain
automatic disclosure of
documents and information.
Failure to comply can result
in sanctions, including dis
missal or striking of plead-
ings.
Dated: July 8, 2010
NFIL KELLY


003 Legal
Notices
Clerk of the Court
By: /s/A. Henry
Deputy Clerk
Ad.No: 00226890
July 16, 23, 30, & August
8,2010


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO:
2009-CA-005693
DIVISION : 10
UCN:
352009CA005693XXCICI

WALTER MORTGAGE COM-
PANY, LLC
Plaintiff,
vs.
CLARA A. JOHNSON; JOHN
DOE; HOUSING AUTHORITY
OF THE CITY OF EUSTIS,
FLORIDA;
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that,
pursuant to the Judgment
of Foreclosure entered in
the above cause, I will sell
the property situated in
Lake County, Florida. De
scribed as:
THE WEST 60 FEET OF THE
EAST 145 FEET OF THE
SOUTH 152.97 FEET OF
THE SE 1/4 OF THE NW 1/4
OF THE NE 1/4 OF SECTION
29, TOWNSHIP 19 SOUTH,
RANGE 27 EAST, LAKE
COUNTY, FLORIDA, SUB-
JECT TO RIGHT OF WAY
FOR PINE AVENUE ALONG
THE SOUTH SIDE THEREOF.
At public sate, to the high-
est and best bidder, for
cash on Sept.16, 2010, at
11:00 AM at lobby of the
Lake County Judicial Cen-
ter, 550 West Main Street,
Tavares, Florida
Any person claiming an in-
terest in the surplus from
the sale, if any, other than
the property owner as of the
date of the Lis Pendens
must file a claim within 60
days after the sale.
In accordance with the
American with Disabilities
Act, persons with disabili-
ties needing a special ac-
commodation to participate
in this proceeding should
contact the A.D.A. adminis-
trator for the Clerk of the
Court not later than 7 days
prior to the proceeding, at
If hearing impaired, (TDD)
1-800-955-8771, voice
1-800-955-8770, This is


003 Legal
Notices
not a court information line.
Dated : July 16, 2010
NEIL KELLY
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Lake County, Florida
By: /s/Trish Roberts
Deputy Clerk
No.: 00228599
Date: July 30 & August 6,
2010

PUBLIC NOTICE
To satisfy owners lien
for rent due in accor-
dance with Florida Stat-
utes, "The Self Storage
Facility Act" (Sections
83.801-83.809), con-
tents of the leased stor-
age units (individuals
identified below) includ-
ing all personal property
consisting of miscella-
neous household items,
furniture, clothing,
boxes and other items
will be sold at Public
Auction to the highest
bidder (or otherwise dis-
posed of) at the follow-
ing locations and times.
All units are sold
"as-is", and must be
paid for in CASH imme-
diately following the
auction. All units adver-
tised may not be avail-
able at the time of auc-
tion in the event of set-
tlement between owner
and obligated party.
SAFE-T-STORAGE I
300 E. DIVISION
MINNEOLA, FL 34715
Date: August 20, 2010
Time: 8:00 a.m.


Tenant
No.


Jennifer Ballard 219
Heartland Christian Cen-
ter 339
Marion Plummer 362
Kenneth Williams 722
Tatiana Rodriguez 859
Sharon Noonan 1012
Stephen Lanza 2132
SAFE-T-STORAGE III
18286 E. Apshawa
Road
Minneola, Fl 34715
August 20, 2010
Time: 8:30 a.m.


Tenant
No.


003 Legal
Notices
Sharon Robles 152
Henry Garcia 332
SAFE-T-STORAGE II
1970S. HIGHWAY 27
CLERMONT, FL 34711
Date: August 20, 2010
Time: 9:00 a.m.


Tenant


Unit No.


Michelle Monk 214
Vincent McCoy 239
Mark Thornton 291
MGM Consultants 317
Joey Ingram 371
Omaria Alonzo 514
Ad. No: 00228986
July 30, & August 6,
2010

100
Announcement

106 Personals
GENTLEMAN 79 looking
for lady friend. PC
Box 885 Fruitland
Park, FL 34731.
GODLY WOMAN 50 yrs
looking for Godly
Christian friend. For
friendship or more.
352-454-2603
160 Schools/
Instruction
NEED A NEW CAREER?
1 or 2 wk. courses for:
*Nursing Asst. $350
*Phlebotomy $350
*EKG $350
TAYLOR COLLEGE
www.taylorcollege.ed
352-245-4119
THE RECYCLE-
MANIACS! Are seeking
girls age 8-14 who
love the Earth & like to
sing & dance! We per-
form at Green Fairs,
community events &
more, all about Recy-
cling! Rehearsal on
Monday. Please call
352-787-7891 or
write LauraLea at
SingerLLK4j@gmail.com


200
At Your
Service


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Financial


400
Employment


401
Management
APARTMENT
MANAGEMENT
COUPLE PREFERRED,
live on site. Salary, 2
br. apartment, plus
util. & paid vacation,
etc. Great for retiree of
any age.
Send Resume to:
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Professional

DAY CARE TEACHER
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY
Leesburg/Eustis Area
Exp'd. 352-217-6505

410 Sales

AD AGENCY SEEKS
UPBEAT MOTIVATED
TELEMARKETER
To set appointments
for Sales Team.
Email resume:
adcan2001@aol.com
or Fax 352-385-3572


410 Sales 425 Clerical


ADVERTISING SALES
REPRESENTATIVE
needed for local
newspaper
in CLERMONT
Candidates will main-
tain existing account
base and solicit for
new businesses in
South Lake County.
We are looking for a
highly motivated and
organized professional
individual able to work
independently. Reliable
transportation a must.
Outside sales experi-
ence preferred but will
train the right candi-
date.
Base salary plus com-
mission, mileage, paid
time off, health insur-
ance, 401k & more.
Email or fax resumes
to: humanresources@
dailycommercial.com
352-365-1951
Attention: Human
Resources Director
or drop off at:
732 Montrose St.
Clermont.

SURGERY COUNSELOR
NEEDED
Dynamic Ophthalmol-
ogy practice is looking
for a new TEAM mem-
ber. If you can handle
a fast paced environ-
ment, are able to multi
task, have excellent
customer services and
computer skills and
processes a positive
attitude. We are look-
ing for you.
Please send resumes
to: sshaw@
midfleye.com or
dnovak@midfleye.com
Or fax 352-735-6404.

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capable of running lab
machines. Medical
Transcriptionist exp'd.
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732 N 3rd St.
Leesburg or
121 La Grande Blvd.
Lady Lake




LPN's / CNA s
Our Beautiful Facility
Seeks Caring
Professionals To
Promote Quality Care
& Services to
Residents
LPN's
3-11 & 11-7 P/T
CNA's
3-11 & 11-7 P/T
Long Term Care
Experience Required
Offering Competitive
Wages & Great Shifts
Differentials!
Drug/Background
Check Req.
Call 800-442-1353
Fax 877-571-1952
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currently seeking a
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completion of PPS
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strong benefits offered
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Leesburg, FL 34748

SURGERY COUNSELOR
NEEDED
Dynamic Ophthalmol-
ogy practice is looking
for a new TEAM mem-
ber. If you can handle
a fast paced environ-
ment, are able to multi
task, have excellent
customer services and
computer skills and
processes a positive
attitude. We are look-
ing for you.
Please send resumes
to: sshaw@
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435 Medical
DEPENDENCY
PROGRAM MANAGER
To manage the daily
operations of case
mgmt. svc's; supervise
first level supervisory
and support staff; and
ensure that client
needs and departmen-
tal goals and objec-
tives are effectively
met. Req's Master's
degree in a human
svc's related field and
2 yrs. exp. in Human
Svc's or Bachelor's de-
gree in a human svc's
related field and 4 yrs.
exp. in Human Svc's;
Min. of 2 yrs. supervi-
sory exp. in child wel-
fare. Prefer program
mgmt. experience.

CERTIFIED
DEPENDENCY CASE
MANAGER
To identify and assess
client and family needs
of minors placed in
care by DCF due to
abuse or neglect by
caretakers, with the ul-
timate goal of perma-
nency. To evaluate,
coordinate and ensure
necessary svc's and/or
treatment are pro-
vided; complete req'd
assessments; assist
individuals and families
by using such activities
as delineating alterna-
tives, helping to articu-
late goals and provid-
ing needed info. Req's
Bachelor's Degree in
Human Svc.'s related
field and State of FL.
Child Protection Cert.
Please apply on
Company website
www.chsfl.org








Expanding Home
Health Agency seeking
CNA/HHA/PT/PTA for
per diem, F/T & P/T
F/T RN/Case Manager
with benefits
Fax resumes:
352-435-0303

RN, CHARGE
POSITIONS
INTERMEDIATE CARE
7am-7pm and
7pm-7am
MED.iSURG.
7pm-7am
ORTHOPEDIC
7pm-7am
ASN required, BSN
preferred 3 years of
hospital experience,
Charge experience
preferred, Critical Care
experience preferred.
Apply online:
www.munroeregional.com


RN/PRN
Must have Medicare
OASIS Home Health
experience.




Retirement Community


Fax: 352-669-1170
Email: joanh@d-s-i-com
EOE


450 Trades
A/C INSTALLER &
TECH. EXP'D.
Apply in person
Suter Air Conditioning
108 Thomas Ave.
Leesburg, FL
352-787-9550
DFWP





CDL-A drivers needed
for immediate open-
ings. OTR and Dedi-
cated Regional posi-
tions available. Must
have Class A CDL and
a minimum of 2 years
verifiable OTR exp.
Call 352-735-0035


450 Trades
DIESEL MECHANIC
NEEDED W/EXP.
75 Truck Service
Wildwood
Call: 352-748-7575

FLEET MANAGER/
DISPATCHER
Responsible for driver
management activities
for a specific fleet of
trucks. Experience with
Innovative/AS400 pre-
ferred.
Fax resume to:
352-429-8963
or apply in person at:
Carroll Fulmer
Logistics
in Groveland
Benefits Package
offered after 90 days
EEO/AAP employer

PAINTLESS
DENT/ INTERIOR
TECH.
Leesburg F/T good pay
& benefits. Exp. req'd.
Contact Val 365-1228
DFWP/EOE

DRIVERS
CRST NEEDS YOU!
Immediate opportuni-
ties! No CDL, No prob-
lem! CDL Training
Available. Great Bene-
fits & Start earning
$750 $800 week!
Call Today!
1-866-987-8257

ROOFERS NEEDED
Min. 7 yr. Exp. in all
phase of roofing.
Valid drivers license.
South Lake area.
352-267-6511

TRUCK MECHANIC
Thermo King experi-
ence a plus. Must have
own tools. Excellent
pay and benefits.
Apply in person



See Jack
726HIRING Southridge
Industrial Drive
Tavares, FL.


455
Restaurants/
Hotels/Clubr 2pm

Beef O'Brady's
HIRING SERVERS
at 27405 US Hwy 27
Suite 109
Apply in person
after 2pm

DISHWASHER
P/T Exp. preferred
Apply in person
Harbor Hills
Country Club,
6538 Lake Griffin Rd.
Lady Lake


460 Beauty
BOOTH RENTAL
AVAIL. FOR STYLIST &
NAIL TECH.
CALL 352-365-6225


470 General

DISPATCHER:
Over the road Trans-
portation Company
needs an experienced
individual for
night/evening shift.
Applicant must be
computer literate
Please send resume to
hr@airpower.com

DRY CLEANING &
LAUNDRY counter help
hard working, reliable,
honest, people needed
Apply in person only.
English Cleaners 791
East Hwy 50 Clermont
Next to McDonalds

LENS FRAME
SPECIALIST
F/T for busy office. No
exp. necessary, but
preferred. Will train the
right person.
Apply in Person
Beacon Advanced
Eye Care
1320 Shelfer St
Leesburg, FL 34748


500
Pets/Animals



501 Pets
For Sale
CHOCOLATE LABRADOR
& RED NOSE PIT MIX
(7). Free. Please call
352-551-3962

ENGLISH BULL DOG
PUPPIES. $300. No
Papers. Please call
352-504-5432

JACK RUSSELL 22 mo.
old female, must
have fenced yard.
Free! 352-516-5168
KITTEN
FREE TO GOOD HOME
ONLY! 352-409-6272

KITTENS (3) Awesome
personalities. FREE
TO A GOOD HOME
352-391-7183

KITTENS & CAT, Trained
& fixed. FREE TO
GOOD HOME.
352-989-1339

KITTENS 3 females, 12
wks. litter box trained
Free to good home.
352-429-9188

MINI DACHSHUND CKC,
silver dapple soft
wire coat, female, 16
wks old, vet
checked. $150. Call
352-429-9532

MINI DACHSHUND,
black & tan short
hair, CKC 3/males
$350 & 2/females
$400. Ready 8/14.
Call 352-303-5098

PEKINGESE (2) puppies
10 wks old (2) adult
females 1 yr. old
$200. each Cash
Firm 352-625-3470

PIT BULL PUPPIES-:e;
Ring. Rsady 9/4. Fr

FOUND HOMES!

POODLES & PEEK A
POOS, AKC. Toy &
Teacups, family
raised. $650 & up.
352-307- 444444

SPITZ/PIT BULL MIX 9
wks old, Loving. Free
To a Great Home!
352-728-2389

TERRIER MIX house bro-
ken, loving. Free!
Call For Interview.
352-360-1168


560 Pet
Supplies

AQUARIUM 29 gallon,
complete w/wood
stand. $80. Call
352-321-6262


AQUARIUM 35 gallon
hex., needs bottom
band resealed. $35.
352-787-9467

BIRD CAGE made out of
plywood, sturdy, 2
compartments. $50
obo. 352-728-6840

CAGE (for birds or sm.
pets) 30.5"L x 18"W
x 18"H., white. $50.
352-748-9611

DOG CRATE
36"Lx21 "Wx27"H
Excellent cond. $45.
Call 352-735-1591

DOG STROLLER, large,
purple. Used twice.
New $80 asking $60
obo. 352-504-2879


REPTILE TANK 55 gal-
lons w/lid & stand.
$100 Please call
352-504-8827


G600oo
Merchandise
Mart



801 Antiques
ANTIQUES & COL-
LECTIBLES $40 FOR
ALL 352-321-6158

BED FRAME Victorian
style full size, all
wood. $100. Please
call 352-483-6697
JEWELRY vintage &
costume. $25/all.
352-321-6158

RECORDS size 78, buy
the box $20. Call
352-602-4478

ROCKING CHAIRS (2)
1930's children's
size. Very good cond.
$50. 352-561-0856

SEWING MACHINE elec.
Singer, Model 24
w/case, works. $25.
352-330-4484

TABLE w/4 chair
wrought iron, frosted
glass top. Asking
$100. 874-6237




TOO MUCH STUFF
Turn Your Garages
Barns, Sheds, Closets
& Attics into CASH!
Blake's Auctions
214 S. 2nd St.
Leesburg.
Florida's American
Pickers! Estates Living
& Deceased.
Now Accepting
Consignments!
Call 352-636-4082
AU4079 AB2893


802
Arts/Crafts
ARTS & CRAFTS
ITEMS assorted kinds.
$5. 352-483-1228


803 Collectibles
BASEBALL CARDS
8 complete sets $80.
Call 352-610-3836

BASEBALL Sammy Sosa
making history Lim-
ited Edition. $15. Call
352-391-3545

BASEBALL/SPORTS
CARDS over 100.
Asking $20 obo.
352-323-4903

BATMAN CARDS (50)
1960's w/Batman &
Robin button. $60/all
407-221-5962

BRITISH COLLECTIBLES
royal pins, books, &
plates All $40.
407-221-5962

REMOTE CONTROL CAR
Stuart Little, red
roadster, mint in box.
$30. 352-874-5418

STATE QUARTERS, 50
all in book "AU".
$25. Call after 9 am.
352-259-5629

TOYS McDonald's in
display case & ad-
vertisements. $30
obo. 352-748-5366

WORLD CHAMPION
MUG Milwaukee
Braves '57 Mint. $55
Call 352-343-0606

804 Furniture




All Brand New
2 pc. Sofa / Love Seat
Micro fiber or Leather.
$595. Can Deliver!
352-638-6942


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The South Lake Press is actively seeking a dynamic sales professional that knows the difference
between "just making a sale" and "building a solid and dependable relationship with a client".
If you are a sales oriented individual who is self-motivated, customer oriented and
possess exceptional communication and organizational skills, consider joining our team.

Candidates will be required to maintain established accounts while developing new
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Base salary plus commission, mileage, paid time off, health insurance, 401K & more.
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804 Furniture
ALL NEW Queen-size
Orthopedic Pillow
Top mattress w/box
springs only $375,
w/warranty. Can de-
liver. 352-552-0525
Appliances With
Warranties $75 & up!
Used Beds all sizes!
*Buy Sell Trade
Fast delivery
call Buzzy's
352-315-9886
www.buzzysbeds.com

BAKERS WINE RACK
off white. $75. Call
352-223-3094

BAR STOOLS (2)1
swivel. $80 for both.
Call 352-223-3094

BED All new
Ortho Pillowtop
Mattress & boxsprings.
Queen-size
with warranty
Starting at $180
Can deliver
352-243-1021





BED All new
Ortho King-size
Pillow Top mattress &
box springs
with warranty
Starting at
$295. Can deliver
352-243-1021





BED Twin mattress, box
spring & frame, excel
cond. $50. Call
352-343-8470

BED twin, solid cherry
wood, antique, no
mattress. $25. Call
352-205-3756

BED. Queen Headboard
& frame. Dark wood.
Asking $50
352-323-0070

BEDS WiH;, RA" h o:d
boards, 8ms bod
@din gRm9 $- 4.
SOLD!
BOOKCASE 5 shelves,
6' tall, white. $20.
352-874-5418

BOOKCASE solid wood
6 shelves, 5' wide x
7' high. Asking $65
352-323-1297

BOOKCASES (2) like
new, 45"x29"x15",
adjustable shelves.
$70. 352-787-2774

BUNKBED futon on bot-
tom w/mattress &
twin top w/Serta.
$250. 396-4415

CHAIR Buri 60" x 40",
w/blue cushion
w/side table w/glass
top. $49. 314-0614

CHAIR French living
room or bed room,
curved arms & legs.
$35. 407-284-0012

CHAIR massage, on roll-
ers, heavy duty
wood. $20. Please
call 352-483-1065

CHAIRS Kitchen '50
chrome 4/with pad-
ded seats. $100. Call
352-504-6406

CHEST OF DRAWERS
Natural wood w/blk
trim. $35. Call
352-399-2644

CHINA CABINET 2/pc.
w/light, great cond.
$100. Please call
352-308-6501

CHINA HUTCH
black, 6.5'x4', glass
door. Asking $98.
Call 352-942-0048

DAYBED wood, good
cond. $75. Call
352-483-8119


3320 US Hwy.
441/27, Fruitland Park
(old Phillips Dealership)
352-315-1000
neerleenewfurnishings.
com

NIGHTSTAND 2/draw-
ers, off white. Asking
$35. Please call
352-383-0970

NOT 2 SHABBY
CONSIGNMENTS
Now accepting upscale
furn. consignments.
Downtown Leesburg
201 W Main St.
352-460-4806


804 Furniture
COFFEE TABLE Rattan
w/glass top. Asking
$50. Please call
352-551-0114
COMPLETE MATTRESS
& BOX SPRING SET
AVAILABLE
KING SET $99
QUEEN SET $75
FULL SET $75
TWIN SET $50
Call for details,
352-321-0649

COMPUTER DESK Oak,
Completely closes,
good cond. $75. Call
352-315-1078

CORNER CABINET
72"x34" country
Spanish style $150.
Call 352-821-0531

COUNTY KITCHEN TA-
BLE & 4 chairs.
$150. Please call
352-223-3094

DESK maple w/7 draw-
ers, 19x40 top, extra
glass top. $30. Call
352-383-4919

DESK off white wood
tone laminated, 3 top
drawers & 2 lowers.
$100. 259-3170
DESK, nice maple, 4
drawers, $60.
352-455-2644

DINING ROOM TABLE
w/4 chairs. Rattan
w/glass top. excel
cond $50 365-1355

DINING TABLE Cherry
w/6 chairs, like new
$600 obo 314-3282
or 352-552-6088

DISH CABINET 72"x33"
country Spanish style
$165. Please call
352-821-0531
DRESSER 6 drawer,
good cond. $65.
352-326-8192

DRESSER 72", 6/draw-
ers off white in great
cond. Asking $100.
352-383-0970

DRESSER antique,
wood, 43.5" x 22" x
32". Asking $100.
352-343-8769

DRESSER French Pro-
vincial blonde excel.
cond. $70. Call
352-729-2354

DRESSER triple size
Mediterranean oak,
dual mirrors. $75.
Call 352-314-9794

DRESSER w/mirror, kids
entertainment center.
media stand. $100.
309-368-5400

ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER 6'x7' fits 27" TV
excel, cond. $100
954-854-0411

FUTON wood frame
w/blk mattress, great
shape. $75. Please
call 352-250-1913

FUTON, wood frame,
arms lift for storage.
Nice cond. $100.
352-360-3027

GALLERY TABLE solid
brass, beveled glass
Ethan Allen, like new.
$65. 352-735-5370

GLIDER alum., from
1950's. Asking
$100. Please call
352-735-1570

LAMPS 2 green, 1 beige
& 1 blk & white
w/shades. $50/obo.
352-787-5477

LOVESEAT muted pastel
floral pattern, excel
shape. $30. Call
352-787-7692

MATTRESS & BOX
SPRING Queen
Sealy Posturepedic.
$99. 352-321-0752

MATTRESS SET queen,
new in package, Or-
tho Pillow Top. $280.
352-425-8851

MATTRESS, full size box
spring & frame, al-
most new $75
352-223-5990

MIRROR 29"w X 48"h,
arched top, Solid-
Fruitwood frame.
$55. 352-821-4311

MIRROR 48"x30" gold
trim good cond.
$200. Please call
352-821-0531
NEERLEE NEW
FURNISHINGS
Gently Used Home
Furnishings
Showroom


NEW Queen Cherry,
ONLY $695. Many
more sets to choose
from! Can Deliver! Call
352-638-6942

SOFA recliners on ends,
white & pastel colors,
7.5'. $60/obo. Call
352-460-0293

SOFA SECTIONAL w/ot-
toman 2 mos old
paid $1,900, sell
$650. Cash firm.
352-625-3470

SOFA W/2 RECLINERS
on ends w/fold down
table in middle & pull
out drawer. Light
royal blue excel.
cond. $500. cash
firm. 352-625-3470

STUDENT DESK excel-
lent condition. Asking
$55. Please call
352-246-9948
TABLE solid wood,
3x5' or 7'. NICE!
$100. 352-357-0551

TABLE vintage glass
top, 4 chairs ready
to reupholster. $85.
352-455-8755
TABLE w/4 chairs ex-
cel cond med. color
$95. 729-2354

TABLE w/4 chairs Oak
finish. Made by
Amish, good cond.
front/back uphol-
stered, storage in
chairs under seat.
$150.330-2470


SECTIONAL SOFA
Brand New!
Micro Fiber & Leather
w/ottoman. $595
Can deliver!
352-638-6942





TOO MUCH STUFF
Turn Your Garages,
Barns, Sheds, Closets
& Attics into CASH!
Blake's Auctions
214 S. 2nd St.
Leesburg.
Florida's American
Pickers! Estates Living
& Deceased.
Now Accepting
Consignments!
Call 352-636-4082
AU4079 AB2893

TRUNDLE BED twin size
w/mattress & box
spring $375. Call
352-267-3253

WASHER & DRYER few
years old, reliable.
$100. 728-2986 or
352-321-8897

805 Appliances
AIR CONDITIONER GE
5000 BTU. $75.
352-348-5843

APPLIANCE
CLEARANCE CENTER
SAVE 30 50%
OFF RETAIL
OVERSTOCK &
DISPLAY MODELS
GE, PROFILE,
MONOGRAM, BOSCH,
THERMADOR
BAILEY INDUSTRIES
619 N. Dixie Avenue
Fruitland Pk. FL 34741
STORE HOURS
THURS/FRI 9am 4pmr
SAT 9am 2pm

APPLIANCE REPAIRS &
SALES from $60-
$70, 30 day war-
ranty. Call 504-1597
or 352-315-9010

FREEZER Kenmore 13.5
cu.ft. frost-free up-
right, only 5 yrs old,
excel. cond. $195.
352-669-0498 or
352-455-1630

DRYER elec. Whirlpool
heavy duty, 5 cycle,
3 temperatures.
$150. 748-8921


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804 Furniture
PATIO TABLE & 4
chairs. Nice cond.
Asking $35. Call
352-383-8219

RECLINER ae-, lig;

& SOLD! CLASSI-
FIEDS WORK!
ROCKING CHAIRS 3
vintage. $100 for all.
352-735-1570

ROCKING CHAIRS out-
side white $70. for
pair. Please call
352-324-2173

SECRETARY DESK
36"x20" country
Spanish style. $200
Call 352-821-0531

SIDE CHAIR (2) Broyhill,
gray/rose stripe $50.
for both Please call
352-750-0740

SLEEPER SOFA Dbl.
Blue stripe. New up-
holstery & 6 pillows
$250. 365-0938 No
Saturday Calls.

SLEEPER SOFA, light
gray pattern, beauti-
ful shape. $100.
352-323-1297


flat screen, older
model in excel cond.
$100. 326-2736

TELEVISION 40" Sony
XBR HDTV, not flat
screen, 304 Ibs.
Must pick up! Nice
TV! Can e-mail Pic-
tures. $400/obo. Call
813-458-7479

TELEVISION color 14"
cable ready w/re-
mote. Excel picture.
$25 FIRM 552-2147

VCR (2) Excel. Shape
Asking $50 Call
352-394-6204


805 Appliances
DISCOUNT
APPLIANCE REPAIR
Fix Most For Less Than
$99




Washer, Dryer,
Refrigerator
"On Time & On The
Money"
Days, Evenings &
Weekends
Call Now
352-874-1238

DRYER elec. Gibson,
works. $50. Call
352-343-7886

DRYER elec., white
Roper, 1 yr. old. Ask-
ing $100. Call
352-742-1458
DRYER Kenmore good
cond. $99. Call
321-276-0930

DRYER used electric.
$100. Please call
352-217-1162

DRYER. Perform elec-
tric, 5 cycles, over
sized capacity. $90
obo. 352-434-4933

FREEZER Amana, 33" H
x 42" L 21 3/4" W.
Works great $50.
352-223-1498

FREEZER Kenmore Up
right 15 uft, good
gnd. -;49 .-Cll
SOLD
MICROWAVE GE white.
$100. Please call
352-259-3170

MICROWAVE Sharp,
white, 800 watt,
brand new. $50.
352-753-8361
MICROWAVE. Excel.
Cond., Stainless steel.
$25. 352-391-2855

RANGE HOOD 36",
white, $35. Call
352-365-0938 No
Saturday Calls

REFRIGERATOR Ken-
more side by side,
66" h x 32" w 26" d.
$25. 352-365-0052

REFRIGERATOR Kitchen
Aid, good cond.
$100. Please call
352-429-2742
REFRIGERATOR, white.
Asking $100. Please
call 352-636-9340

STOVE else. all : ,!"

groat $35. ;Pl;a.
ea4 SOLD

WASHER GE heavy duty
runs great Asking
$100. obo Call
352-748-5131
WASHER Kenmore,
good cond. $99.
321-276-0930

WASHER Roper Heavy
duty good cond.
$60. 669-6905

WASHER Whirlpool,
white, heavy duty su-
per capacity. $55.
352-793-4747

606 Electronics
CELL PHONE Samsung
Eternity AT&T touch
screen w/accesso-
ries. $75 324-2559

CELL PHONES (2) AT &T
w/camera & (1) Jig-
gerbug. Asking $40.
352-314-9537

SPEAKERS 4 Jensen
model STV880 &
Boston Acoustic.
$100. 551-9396

SPEAKERS, JVC, 12", 3
way speakers in box.
$50. Call after 7pm.
352-874-5525

TELEVISION 12 Volt DC
or 110 AC, ideal for
a RV or Van. $30. Af-
ter 9am. 259-5629

TELEVISION 19" color
w/remote $90. obo
Please call
352-589-6626

TELEVISION 27"
Samsung flat screen
HD digital $100 obo
352-748-5131

TELEVISION 27" Sony
w/remote & swivel
stand, 4 yrs. old.
$75.352-326-8810

TELEVISION

SOLD

TELEVISION 36" Toshiba


CANNALILILES in 3
gallon can. Only $5.
Call 352-728-4913

EDGER Black& Decker
2 in 1 elec. $25.
Call 352-326-0631

EDGER gas, 4 wheel,
heavy duty, multiple
settings. $100. Call
352-343-5249

EDGERS ELECTRIC (2)
both work good $30
for both. Please call
352-753-2819


606 Electronics
TELEVISION Panasonic
27", w/remote, ex-
cel. cond. $99. Call
352-787-6366

TYPEWRITER Sear new
in case Model
268.53501 $50. Call
352-569-4696

VCR/DVD RCA 4 head
high quality recorder.
$85. Please call
352-259-3522

VIDEO GAME CHAIR
wireless w/accesso-
ries, PYRAMAT. $40.
352-504-1309

824 Children's
items
BOUNCE & SPIN ZEBRA
ride toy. Like new.
Asking $20. all
352-357-3996

CAR SEAT toddler Cosco
good cond. & infant
car seat, Graco. $40.
both. 352-516-8555

CLOTHES, Girls. 18 mo.
old. Incl. 3 hats, 4
pairs of shoes. $40.
Call 352-751-6196

CRIB brand new! Con-
verts to youth bed
w/changing table.
$75 obo. 728-3771
EXERSAUCER Evenflo
like new $25.obo
Call 352-602-8969

GIRLS CLOTHES size
10-12, shoes 3-5 &
toys. $100/obo. Call
352-750-1196

RECLINER, Cd'0 i,
blus geed 33nd. Aks
ing $15. Pleass :all
SOLD

SHORTS, boys (9) size
10/12, excel. used
cond., name brands.
$45/obo. 989-7644

SWING & BASSINET, ex-
cel cond. Unisex col-
ors. Asking $40.
352-702-2740

WALKER, car seat, bal-
ance seat, jumper,
bath tub. For a Girl.
$75. 352-308-6623

825 Building
Supplies/
Materials
CABINET/DRAWER
PULLS (39), Amerock
blk. nickel. $60.
352-223-3678

CERAMIC TILES 10
boxes wall, white,
4.25x4.25, 15sf/box.
$69. 942-0048

GARDEN TUB few
used -''fauotos.
$75;obo. Pleaoo oall
SOLD!

HOUSE PAINT, 5 gal-
lons, high quality, la-
tex, different colors.
$15. 352-735-3168

TOILET American Stan-
dard, bisque. Asking
$30. Please call
352-787-3162,

TOILET, old, big flush
model, works. $50.
Please call David
352-255-7623

TOILET, white, standard
size, clean, works.
$35. Please call
Dave 352-255-7623

WINDOWS assorted
sizes, exterior win-
dows. $100 obo.
352-669-2733

029 Flea
Markets/Auctions
COMPLETE
LIQUIDATION DRY
CLEANER STORE
1421 W. Main St
.Leesburg, FL 34748
August 7th @ 10am
For more info, call or
go to website
Phone 407-947-6902
Fax 352-556-1809
E. BARNETTE
AUCTIONS AB1675
E. (Sandy) BARNETTE
AUCTIONEER AU 1592
barnetteauctions.com


830 Garage Sales
CLERMONT MOVING
SALE Fri & Sat 7/30
& 7/31 7:30 am-?
2717 Shearwater St.
Reserves of Lost
Lake Everything must
go for more info. Call
352-552-3907

635 Garden

BLOWER Craftsman
gas runs great $50.
Call 352-205-3887


lbs. capacity. $30.
352-406-6756

SCOOTER/CHAIR CAR-
RIER, All Aluminum
Powered Platform,
mounts to hitch,
folds up, w warranty.
$549. Please call
352-217-3437

WALKER w/wheels
Good shape. $50.
352-365-2252

WALKING CANE alum.
Asking $10. Please
call 352-365-2252


035 Garden
GRILL Weber gas,
works. $75. Call
352-753-2819

HEDGE TRIMMER elec.
works great $35. Call
352-205-3887

LAWN MOWER 4.5 hp,
self propelled. $95.
352-348-5843

LAWN TRACTOR
Troy-Bilt 18hp, 42"
cut. Asking $450,
352-552-0114

MOWER 9Ft... 5hp
20" out, sxsol. 33nd.
SOLD! CLASSI-
FIEDS WORK!

MOWER John Deere
20" cut, 6.75hp, self
propelled. $200. Call
352-669-4140

MOWER Murray 22",
4.5hp, self propelled.
$55. Please call
352-748-2883
PATIO CHAIR Resin
Adirondack. $5.
352-455-2644

PODOCARPUS (10)
shrubs. $80/all. Call
352-787-1226

PRESSURE WASHER
Craftsman 2100PSI,
6.25hp, works great.
$175. Please call
352-205-3887

PUSH MOWER 22" Mur-
ray, 4hp., runs great.
$40. Call
352-205-3887
RAIN BARREL $39.95.
Please call
352-394-7788

TREES! SAVE 70% +
GOING OUT OF
BUSINESS SALE!
*3 Gal. 6' +/- Oaks
Etc. $3-$5
*15Gal. 8'-10' $19
*30 Gal. 10'-12' $49
*Pindo & Sago Palms
CHEAP! 455-5164
OR 352-669-1618

WEED WACKER / TRIM-
MER gas, runs great
$35. Please call
352-205-3887

840 Guns
AMMUNITION 1000
Rounds of 9mm JHP.
$300 Firm! Call
352-728-6753

AMMUNITION 880
Rounds of 308, mili-
tary special, Full
metal jacket. $500.
Firm. 352-728-6753

BULLETS 270 Winches-
ter ammo. 130 grain
nosier $15. Tarvares,
864-963-0331

GUN CABINET dark pine,
holds 6 rifles, locking
drawer excel cond
$75. 874-8982

GUN CABINET wood,
w/glass door & stor-
age, fits 10 rifles.
$125. 406-1595

GUN SHOW July 31st &
Aug. 1st. At Ramada
Inn, Ocala 1-75 to
Exit 354 (Hwy. 27)
Info Cliffhangers
386-325-6114

MAKAROV 9mm Ger-
man w/camo holster
& 2 clips. New. $400
352-552-1159

REMINGTON 10 gauge,
rabbit ear dbl. barrel,
perfect cond. $500.
352-793-4793

RUGER ep* Blak '
Haw.k .arly 3 sor',,
Rint $600. SOLD!
CLASSIFIED WORK!

VIRGINIAN DRAGOON

$500. SOLD!
CLASSIFIED WORK!

649 Medical
BACK BRACES (2) New,
med. & Ig. $40 for
both. Please call
352-435-0191

DIABETIC SHOES men's
10 1/2 med. blk.,
Velcro straps. New.
$90. 352-753-1834

GO-GO ELITE TRAVEL 3
wheels like new 3
color options. $400.
352-552-0114

MOBILITY SCOOTER
LIFT, A.mig ./doe

SOLD!

SCALE weight & height,
balance beam, 300












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


Friday, July 30, 2010


649 Medical
WHEELCHAIR w/leg
rests. Good shape.
$75. 978-6346 and
343-6608

850 Computers
& Equip
GAMING MOUSE Lo-
gitech G500, new in
box. $50. Please call
352-259-9641

PRINTER All-In-One Hp
Model F4140. Asking
$30. Please call
352-314-9537

ROUTER Linksys wire-
less G. WRT54G3
w/additional antenna.
$35. 352-324-2559

WIRELESS KEYBOARD &
mouse w/2 speakers
$35. Please call
352-435-4669

852 Articles
For Sale
ADULT BRIEFS med., 3
large packages. $25.
All. 352-324-3025

AIR CONDITIONER Fri-
gidaire, 6,500 BTU,
window, like new.
$85. 352-460-0278

AIR CONDITIONER wi-
dcw unit Whirlpccl,
10000 BTU-,
vlt. ; SOLD!

AIR CONDITIONER win-
dow unit, 7,500
BTU's. Works great.
$75. 352-308-5275

AIR CONDITIONER win-
dow unit. Cold. Fed-
ders #AEQ7F2BG.
$50. 352-589-5559
BOOKS gardening, 3
boxes. $30. Call
352-315-4234


852 Articles
For Sale
ARMY KEVLAR HELMET,
Vietnam era good
cond. Asking $75.
352-551-8798

BEDSPREAD King, white
George Washington
style $40. Call
352-259-3522

BINOCULARS Bushnell
10X50 wide angle
Sportsview w/case
$45 352-323-1643

BOOKS 3 Danielle Steel
hard backs + 7 pa-
perbacks. $5.00 for
all. 352-324-3025

BOOKS 100 + paper &
hardback most ro-
mance, good cond.
$25 all. 357-0766

BOOKS American history
& politics. 14 total.
Asking $25 obo.
352-561-6165
BOWLING BALL 16 Ibs
& BAG. $30.
Call 352-978-7461

BRACELET Brighton, sil-
ver. Asking $25.
Please call
352-360-0659

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

CANNING JARS pint size
4 dozen. Asking $20
obo. Please call
352-314-3292
CHAIN 20' 5/16" &
binder $30. Call
352-314-2981

CHAIN LINK FENCE
GATE (3) alum.
w/posts $60 Please
call 352-569-4696


052 Articles
For Sale
CHANDELIER real
Crystal. $50. Please
call 352-429-0546

CHANDELIER w/6 lights,
gold & matching
double wall light.
$45/obo. 357-8549

CHINA 93/pc PRIMROSE
by Mikasa. Comes
w/extra pcs. $100.
Call 352-308-6501

CLOCK Grandmother
style, battery oper-
ated $60. Call
352-343-9344

CLOCK LIGHT Michelob
& vintage Budweiser.
Asking $100. Call
352-551-8798

COMFORTER SET, King
maroon. Like new
just out of the box.
$100. 589-7117

COOKBOOKS assorted
box full. Excel. cond.
Asking $50. Please
call 352-326-5760

CROCHET HOOKS (20)
alum. all sizes $10.
takes all. Please call
352-365-2249

DOLL'S from '50's &
'60's, all kinds. $100
for all. Please call
352-483-1228

ENCYCLOPEDIA SET
World Book, 21 vol-
umes. Excel. cond.
$50. Call 357-1363
EVENING GOWN Silver,
size 13/14. $50.
352-504-6680

EXTENSION LADDER
alum. 20'. $75.
352-435-0191


052 Articles
For Sale
FLOORMATE Hoover
vacuums, washes &
dries, excel cond.
$50 321-460-6952

FOLDING TABLES (2)
very sturdy 6' long,
new in box. $100.
352-748-9611

GAZEBO 10' xlO',
wrought iron w/can-
vas top. New in box.
$200. 406-1595

GEL BATTERIES (2) U-,
fits power chairs or
lawn mowers. CASH!
$100. 365-1437

GENERATOR older, for a
motor home, 2500
watt, 110 volts. $75.
Call 352-748-2883

GENERATOR, 2,800
watt new in box.
Asking $200. Please
call 352-360-0572

HAIR STRAIGHTENER
Ion, org. $100, great
cond. Asking $40.
352-267-2088

MASSAGER full back
Shiatsui Home Med,
like new. $50. Call
352-308-6501

MOBILE HOME STEPS
metal frame & wood
risers 39"Hx41"W.
$100. 978-7461


NEBULIZER New, runs
good. Asking $25.
Please call
352-365-1437

OUTDOOR FIGURINES,
Dutch Boy & Girl, ce-
ment, need painting.
$50. 352-360-1209


052 Articles
For Sale
PLANTATION BLINDS (3)
2" white flax wood
23"x72" new in box
$12.321-460-6952
PORTA-POTTY used
once. $25. Call
352-434-5395

POWER CHAIR Pronto,
needs batteries. $90
obo. Please call
352-391-9304

PUNCH BOWL, cut de-
sign glass bowl, plat-
ter & 12 cups. $45.
352-455-8755

RECORDS 45 & 78's
RPM, over 100 total.
$50/obo. Call
352-561-0856

ROASTER/OVEN Neee

ccnd. 15. Plcacs
ea,-SOLD!I

RUG Deer Head, moss
green & caramel.
New $55. Call
352-365-1661

RUG Cheetah 5'x7' new
cream & chocolate
brown $55 obo.
352-365-1661

RUG w/fruit design.
Good cond. for
kitchen/dining area.
$70. 352-357-9305
SATELLITE DISHES 2
from Dish. $50 both.
352-728-6840

SECURITY SYSTEM 2
cameras & monitor,
brand new. $100.
352-343-5249

SEWING BOX old, ex-
pandable, mahog-
any, excel. cond.
$45. 352-728-2534


052 Articles
For Sale
SEWING MACHINE
old, portable, mint
cond., case. Asking
$95. 352-793-5741
SEWING MACHINE
Sears in cabinet $25.
352-793-8103

SEWING MACHINE,
Singer, many extra's,
good cond. $50/obo.
352-343-6595

SEWING MACHINE, an-
tique treadle type.
$100. 408-4190
leave message.

SHOE'S Men's new ET
Wright, size 11A,
Crown Wing-Tip slip
on $35. 259-0680
SHORTS 2 pair, South-
Pole. $20 both. Call
863-514-8527

SHORTS !ado e p r
Se 12 11 nafm
brand, 'xosl scnd.
$44. SOLD!

SINK dbl. alum. w/fau-
cet & sprayer. Asking
$50. Please call
352-429-9647

SPA 2 person heated by
Friction, easily
moved. $1,200 obo.
352-408-0323

TUXEDO men's black,
coat, pants & shirt.
New. $350. Sell for
$65. 352-217-4809

TUXEDO men's blk.,coat
48-52, pants & shirt.
New $450. Sell $65.
352-217-4809

VACUUM CLEANER ba-
gless Bissell cost
$160, Sell $50.
352-636-9340


052 Articles
For Sale



S-fMON
TOO MUCH STUFF
Turn Your Garages,
Barns, Sheds, Closets
& Attics into CASH!
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214 S. 2nd St
Leesburg.
Florida's American
Pickers! Estates Living
& Deceased.
Now Accepting
Consignments!
Call 352-636-4082
AU4079 AB2893

VACUUM Sears Ken-
more canister, like
new. Asking $95.
352-787-2774

VACUUM Turbo Deluxe
Wind Tunnel 12
amp. New $150. Sell
$50. 407-284-0012

VIDEO Howard Stern,
new, factory sealed.
Asking $10. Call
352-552-2147

WATCH Brighton,
silver/gold, good
shape. $35. Please
call 352-360-0659

WEDDING GOWN 4 pc.,
New, Nude silk &
beading, 6/8. $100.
352-324-2690

WEDDING GOWN
white, size 10. $350.
Call 352-504-6680

WEDDING GOWN
white, size 18W.
$200. 352-504-6680

WORK BENCH 6' Cus-
tom Built Wood,
New. $60. Please
call 352-343-7201


055 Musical
Instruments
ACCORDION, 120 base
Hohner, needs work
Asking $75
352-793-6893

AMPLIFIER Pyle-pro
#PPHP1292A Pow-
ered speaker/mixer.
22"Hx17"WxS12"D
200 + RMS watts.
40 Ibs. 12" 2 way
$140. 243-5775

GUITAR left handed
Ibanez elec. w/Prime
amp. $100. Call
352-303-5021

KEYBOARD electronic &
stand. Casio, new
cond. $100.
352-508-5099

KEYBOARD w/stand, ex-
cel. cond. battery or
electric operated.
$75. 352-314-3073
ORGAN Lowrey
w/bench $50. Good
cond. 787-8594

ORGAN Technics dbl
keyboard, excel.
cond. Asking $200.
352-636-6425

88660 Office
Furniture/
Supplies
COMPUTER DESK cus-
tom build 60"Lx25"
Wx32"H $100 Call
352-326-9419

COMPUTER DESK, sm.
60" for office. $35.
Call 352-874-1829
or 352-874-5870.


COMPUTER DESK, white
washed oak.
20"x36"x56". $70.
Call 352-323-8818


88660 Office
Furniture/
Supplies
OFFICE DESK, 2 draw-
ers very good cond..
$45. 352-874-1829
or 352-874-5870.

874 Exercise
Equipment
BICYCLE CARDIO 4e,

$ 19. Pleas e RIl
SOLD

ELLIPTICAL ENDUR-
ANCE MACHINE.
Asking $275 obo.
352-396-3778

ELLIPTICAL MACHINE
works, great shape.
$90. Please call
352-250-1913

EXERCISE BIKE ;ee;-
bont, 1g. read cut,
@o. c4cn@Rd. ...
SOLD 1ST DAY!

EXERCISER CHAIR
Malibu Pilates, 3 vid-
eos. Asking $95. Call
352-787-7273
HOME GYM Body Solid
Asking $400 obo.
3526-96-3778

TREADMILL f
Pcrcneal-Traincr,
rc r. C c 9.
SOLD 1ST DAY!

TREADMILL f
hardly uHed. $100
FiHr. Please cal
SOLD

875 Sports/
Recreation

BICYCLE 3 wheel rebuilt
big seat and basket.
$150. 978-6346
and 343-6608


875 Sports/
Recreation
BICYCLE 'Rd i; MAR

Ask -$;5. SOLD!
CLASSIFIED WORK!
BICYCLE ladies, new,
standard $75. Call
352-365-1073

BICYCLE ladies,, excel.
tires, seat, basket,
brakes. Only $65.
Call 352-552-4098
BICYCLE men's Huffy
regular bike. $35. I
Call 352-399-2644

BICYCLE oldie but a
goodie TREK 1000
Road w/extra's.
$110. 750-9481

BICYCLE
Vintage. Good cond.
Asking $100. Please
call 352-504-6406

BICYCLES men's (1) 21
opd. N1xt1Alum & (1)
SSOpd. liks now. $0.
1e4.eSOLD!

BIKE RACK. S eie
Lcmcnd 2 bikg fcr
in. r6ccivcr.-Excc.
4 SOLD!

BOWLING BALL. Rolling
bag w/2 balls $145
obo. 728-8207 or
352-348-6322

DIRT BIKE '03 Yamaha
TTR 90, 4/stroke,
3/spd, shift on the
go. $350. 874-4535

FOUR WHEELER '01 Ya-
maha Blaster 2
stroke 6 speed, good
cond. $900 obo.
352-250-6766
GOLF CLUBS Master
Grip, numbered
irons, woods, & bag.
$50. 352-787-4113


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Friday, July 30, 2010


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


875 Sports/
Recreation
GOLF CLUBS Wilson Ul-
tra irons 5-PW, plus
putter, w/bag. $50.
352-748-7818

GOLF CLUBS, 3 iron
thru SW, driver, 3
wood, putter. $75
352-245-0716

KAYAK Hobie 11'x30"
48 Ibs. paddle & seat
$395. Please call
352-242-4686
PEDDLE CAR
$90
Call 352-516-3530

POOL TABLE full size
w/rack, balls & sticks
$250. You move it
Call 352-314-9070

ROD & REEL Penn Spe-
cial Senator, great
cond. $85 both. Call
352-735-1769
WANTED OLD FISHING
LURES. Heddon, Creek
Chub, and others. Will
buy full tackle box.
Call 352-874-5343


885 Tools/
Machinery
AIR COMPRESSOR
gas, S5hp. $100. Call
352-751-5355

BAND SAW 10" Crafts-
man $40. Call
321-206-3503
Leave message

CHAIN SAW 16" Poulan,
great working order.
Asking $50. Call
352-223-1498
DRILL PRESS
$55
Call 352-516-3530

GENERATOR 3750
watts Coleman Pow-
ermate Briggs &
Stratton eng. on
wheels runs great
$195. 205-3887

GENERATOR Briggs &
Stratton 10hp, 5,550
Watts. $375. Call
352-552-0481

HEDGE TRIMMER,
WORK BENCH &
SHOP VAC.4 all
SOLD!

MITER SAW 10" De-
Walt, excel, cond.
Asking $80. Please
call 352-793-9022

TABLE SAW 10", Ryobi
portable, excel cond.
Asking $80. Call
352-793-9022

TABLE SAW Craftsman
10" w/fence, miter &
stand. $75. Please
call 352-793-4747

TABLE SAW C.aft&~em
Hcav'y Duty 10", on
xhools.-50Q. Cal
SOLD

TOOL BOX Craftsman
182 pc. set. Brand
new $100. Call
352-787-4113

WELDER Lincoln, wire
feed. Asking $320.
Please Call
352-516-3530

WORK BENCH 7' Cus-
tom Built Wood,
New. $70. Please
call 352-343-7201

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800
Real Estate
For Rent



802 Vacation
Rentals
SOUTH LEESBURG RV
LOTS AVAIL. Mo.
$225 Full-hook-ups.
Call 352-365-2578
805 Houses
Furnished
ASTATULA 2/1 Furn.
paid util. $1,150 mo.
$1,000 dep. no pets.
Entire lower level of
home. 408-4014

806 Houses
Unfurnished
BUSHNELL. 2/2 $700
mo with utilities.
352-552-7177 or
813-781-9540
CLERMONT/
W. HWY. 50
Before Groveland
Mobile Homes For Sale
w/Owner Finance
1br/1 ba
From $500 down
---$$375/month$$---
Also Avail.
Handyman Special
2br/1ba
From $500 down
---$$400/month$$---
Jean 407-932-0898

FRUITLAND PARK, 3/1,
super clean
$625/mo. 303 N.
Villa. 352-399-2237

FRUITLAND PARK. 3/2
garage, pool, hot tub,
$1,500 dep. $1,200
mo. No pets.
352-323-1413

HOWEY IN THE HILLS.
2700sf 3/3. Split
level 2 patios over-
looking Lake Harris
on golf course, Ja-
cuzzi, partially furn.,
$2,500 mo. 1st, last
+ $1,500 dep.
352-406-5728

LADY LAKE, country cot-
tage 2/1. Lg screen
porch. $650 mo.
352-753-2118

LEESBURG 2/1. New
paint & carpet. Lg.
backyard. Ready to
move in. $750 mo.
Requires 1st & $200
security dep. Call
352-267-8388

LEESBURG 3/1 on Silver
Lake, $650/mo. plus
$650 dep. Must see
newly remodeled. Call
352-406-3379.

LEESBURG New 3/2 Lg.
lot, great location,
near schools & shop-
ping. $1,050/mo.
Owner Financing.
Call 352-267-4809

LEESBURG Treasure
Cove. 3/2 big dbl.
wide. Pictures at
www.spencers.net/w
ayne/rentalfl.htm.
$795 mo.
252-433-8087

LEESBURG, 2/1 100%
tiled, Huge fenced
yard, patio, carport,
fresh paint, quiet,
$690 mo.
352-343-9987
MT DORA
2/1 duplex, $750.
TAVARES
3/2 home, $950.
Call Mike. All Avail.
Now 483-6746

PAISLEY 3/2 dbl. wide,
country setting, $775
mo. w/$775 security
deposit. Please call
352-669-8120 for
more details.


808 Houses
Unfurnished
MT DORA 3/2/1 remod-
eled home, tiled
throughout, dining
area, util. rm. fitted
kitchen w/appl., scrn
porch, garage, 2
driveways, central
heat & air, Ig. fenced
backyard, quiet
cul-de-sac, conser-
vation to rear.
$895/mo + deposit
required. Call
352-360-5592


Clermont -1 br CUTE
apt. clean, incl. yd &
water $600.00
Clermont 3br PET
FRIENDLY home
$900.00 Fenced
Clermont 3br Lake
Dot Villa $1,050.00
Minneola 3 br/2 bath
open porch, near trail
$1,175.00
Clermont 4 br home
canal to Chain culde-
sac EXTRAS!!!
$1,150.00
Clermont LAKEFRONT
4 br home. 2,400 sf.
1/2 acre shaded lot,
downtown Clermont,
dead-end street
PRIVATE! $1,375.00
ROCKER REALTY
352-394-3570
WWW.
RockerRealtylnc.com

TAVARES 3/2 w/carport
on canal to the Dead
River. Blue Gill Dr.
$775 mo. 978-3382

UMATILLA 3/2 Fisher-
man's Dream dbl. lot
on Lake Nicatoon
newly remodeled. For
Rent or For Sale.
$700/mo. Sale price
$99K. Fred
561-212-8627

UMATILLA Marion Cnty.
1/1 Cottage,
1,100sf, near forest,
eat-in kitchen.
$500/mo + $500
security. No Smok-
ing. 352-360-0507

UMATILLA Very Lg. 3/2
fireplace, W/D, & ca-
ble $800/mo.+ $800
sec. 352-360-0507

WEBSTER, 3/1 Nice &
clean. $625 mo.
813-781-9540 or
352-552-7177

807
Apartments
Unfurnished
CLERMONT/
W. HWY. 50
Before Groveland
Mobile Homes For Sale
w/Owner Finance
1 br/1 ba
From $500 down
---$$375/month$$---
Also Avail.
Handyman Special
2br/1 ba
From $500 down
---$$400/month$$---
Jean 407-932-0898

EUSTIS Special $150
Deposit. 1/2/3 br Apt.
from $455 Call
352-357-5675

LADY LAKE Efficiency.
Furn/Unfurn.
Call 352-396-1152 or
352-750-0030

LEESBURG $199 plus
deposit, moves you
in. 2 bedrooms. Call
352-326-4062

LEESBURG 2 & 3 br
apts. & duplexes.
Rents from $550.
FREE Month! Call
352-350-7109

LEESBURG
*2br/1ba. Starting at
$500/mo.
*2br/2ba Starting at
$600/mo.
Deposit $250.
Call 352-787-6928


807
Apartments
Unfurnished
LEESBURG Downtown
area. The Enclave at
Cauthen Circle. A new
apartment home
community of 1 BR,
1 BA Luxury apts.
Call 352-702-2949
Fully Equipped

LEESBURG Downtown
quaint upstairs 1/1
$550. + security, no
pets. 787-5885

LEESBURG on Lake Grif-
fin Efficiency, 1 & 2
br. Avail. $165 to
$200/wk; Incl. elec.
352-250-8894

LEESBURG STUDIO Nice
& clean. $125/wk.
incl. util. cable TV.
352-303-6266 or
813-781-9540.






WILDWOOD. (3) 1 br
newly renovated,
Cent. a/c includes
util. 352-399-4350
leave message.

808
Apartments
Furnished
TAVARES 1br/1ba,
$330 bi-wkly, all util.
plus cable & Wi-Fi.
321 W. Lanthe St.
352-669-0961.

UMATILLA lake front,
Lake Yale, travel
trailer or motor
home, furnished, 1
bedroom $125/wk, 2
bedrooms $150/wk.
no security, no dep.
352-669-0000

UMATILLA Studio $550.
1 br $575/mo. util
incl. No Pets.
352-250-4711

809 Roommate
Wanted
EUSTIS- Roomate de-
sired: House, forest
pool. $358/mo. Non
smoking. Leave msg
352-357-5284

810 Duplexes
CLERMONT 2BR, 1BA
Carport, water,
smoking no, Secu-
rity deposit $650/mo
352-243-9373
CLERMONT/
W. HWY. 50
Before Groveland
Mobile Homes For Sale
w/Owner Finance
1br/1ba
From $500 down
-$$375/month$$-
Also Avail.
Handyman Special
2br/1ba
From $500 down
---$$400/month$$---
Jean 407-932-0898

EUSTIS 1/1 on Lake
Eustis. No maint.,
water & gas incl.,
walk to downtown,
community pool,
boardwalk etc. $490
mo. 352-636-1709

LEESBURG 3/2 with ga-
rage. $750 mo. +
$600 dep. Call Mike
352-223-5300


LEESBURG, $200 1st
mo. 2/1 w/laundry.
No pets. $525/mo.,
$400 sec. 551-6772

LEESBURG,
Windy Villas 2/1, CHA,
dishwasher, W/D,
window coverings,
incl. lawn care.
1811 W. Main St.
$650/mo.
352-787-4413


811
Condos/Townho
uses
LEESBURG
3/2 downtown, private
courtyards. $735/mo.
+ $500 dep.
Call 352-319-8000

ROYAL OAKS 1st MO.
RENT FREE 2/2.5 all
appl. pool, club-
house, etc. Call
352-516-2657

813 Homes
To Share
LEESBURG Silver Lake
area. Close to mall.
Full privileges. Must
love animals. $375
+ shared util. Call
352-728-5211

810 Commercial
Property
CLERMONT 1700SF.
1/2 block off Hwy.
50, great visibility,
$1400./mo + sec.
call Randy
352-874-1451

CLERMONT nice office
space fresh paint,
clean, avail, now.
700sf, $700 mo.
Close to Hwy. 50 &
27. 407-928-8080

LEESBURG, downtown
office to rent. 2100
sf. W. Main St &
11th Ave. Agent Tom
Johnson 988-8350
819
Manufactured
Homes Rental
ALTOONA 2/1 $495/mo
+ $400 deposit.
352-636-6800 or
352-735-2071
CLERMONT/
W. HWY. 50
Before Groveland
Mobile Homes For Sale
w/Owner Finance
1br/1ba
From $500 down
---$$375/month$$---
Also Avail.
Handyman Special
2br/1ba
From $500 down
---$$400/month$$---
Jean 407-932-0898

FRUITLAND PARK 2/1,
carport & scrn rm
$500/mo. + $550
sec. 352-323-8505

LADY LAKE 3/2, nice lot
clean, great area.
$750/mo. + sec.
352-874-8880

UMATILLA off Forest Rd
8 (2) 3/2 CHA & wa-
ter. Rent between
$500 $600, secu-
rity dep. & no pets.
Call 352-288-2224

WILDWOOD Continental
Country Club, 2/1,
carport, scrn rm.
shed, mostly furn.
$575/mo. incl. util..
Clubhouse w/heated
pool & hot tub & Golf
Course. Possible Op-
tion to buy.
904-200-0316




900
Real Estate
For Sale



903 Homes
For Sale

GRAND ISLAND 2/1 on
.5 ac. all appliances
included brand new
central A/C roof 6 yrs
old, carpet & tile 3
yrs old. Willing to
share closing cost.
$90,000 Call
352-589-8858


903 Homes
For Sale
LADY LAKE. Newly reno-
vated 3/1.5 garage,
Ig. fenced yard,
$99,000. No Money
down for qualified
buyer. Seller will pay
all closing costs.
Brokers protected.
352-259-5568

LEESBURG. 2/2 lake
front & Lake Eustis
block stucco totally
remodeled 2 car car-
port, dock w/hoist.
$209K. 742-2545

980 Comm
Real Estate
LADY LAKE near the Vil-
lages. Prime location
.789 acres of high-
way frontage com-
mercial property.
352-267-1523




1000
Manufactured
Homes



1001 Mfd Homes
For Sale
CLERMONT/
W. HWY. 50
Before Groveland
Mobile Homes For Sale
w/Owner Finance
1 br/1 ba
From $500 down
---$$375/month$$---
Also Avail.
Handyman Special
2br/1ba
From $500 down
---$$400/month$$---
Jean 407-932-0898

LADY LAKE Water Oak
Estates 2/2 Ig. shady
lot carport & shed,
new fridge & stove
$26,500 Please call
352-552-5050 or
517-896-4136

LEESBURG 2/1 55 &
over park. Low lot
rent, front kitchen,
scrn in laundry, Ig FL
room & upgrades
$6,500. 504-6448
or 352-636-4321

MT. DORA nice 1/1, FL.
rm., Low Lot rent
$210. $2,500 obo.
352-455-8730
NEW & PRE-OWNED
Lowest Prices Ever!
$5000 Below Cost!
On Existing Models
Call: Baird Homes
352-787-1988

WEIRSDALE. 2/1.5 rent
(or buy) fenced in
property. Country
setting, rent $500
mo. Dep. $500.
352-821-0252

1002 Mfd
Homes
W/ land
For Sale
LEESBURG 2/2 dbl.
wide As is. Asking
$27,995. Call
931-935-7700

WILDWOOD in Conti-
nental Country Club.
2/1 single wide Ig.
corner lot. Asking
$16,500 or make of-
fer. Owner financing
avail. 904-625-0769

Looking for the
best fishing
spots,
see the
Outdoor
page
every
Sunday in the
sports section.
Please call
(352) 365-8200
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1100
Recreation



1101 Boats
BASS BOAT '17 115hp
Johnson w/trailer.
$2,195 firm. Call
352-787-4514
BOAT STORAGE
Venetian Cove Marina
352-728-9870

BOWRIDER '73 15'3" fi-
berglass, like brand
new 1990 60hp
Johnson, just rebuilt,
new fish finder &
seats. $1,800 CASH
352-461-9592
CONSIGNMENTS
WANTED
Boats, RV's, ATV's,
Motor Homes, Jeeps,
Trailers,Tractors, etc.
Big Boys Toys
2316 W. Main St.
Leesburg
352-516-2400

GHEENOE wide body
15', w/trolling motor,
like new. $800. Call
352-326-4498

PONTOON 20' '05 Ava-
lon Fish In Fun.
50hp, 250/hrs.
$12,000 308-7419

PONTOON '89 Sylvan
20', 85hp trolling
motor, fish or cruise,
needs a bath.
$1,995 Firm. Call
352-787-6921

SEA EAGLE 8' motor
mount PVC inflatable
w/741b thrust motor.
$225. 753-3622

STARCRAFT '92, 19'
alum. Caddy Cabin
Mercury I/0, '05 Fast
load alum. tandem
axle trailer. Must sell
Health. $4,000 or
boat only $2,300.
352-253-0557

SUNSET BAY '07 19 ft
pontoon. Excel.
shape. $16,000. Call
352-357-1654




TOO MUCH STUFF
Turn Your Garages,
Barns, Sheds, Closets
& Attics into CASH!
Blake's Auctions
214 S. 2nd St.
Leesburg.
Florida's American
Pickers! Estates Living
& Deceased.
Now Accepting
Consignments!
Call 352-636-4082
AU4079 AB2893


1150 RV&
Campers

HORNET TRAILER '98,
24', queen bed,
sleeps 6, w/new
hitch, vented air &
heat. $5,900. Call
352-259-4290

JAYCO DESIGNER Fifth
Wheel '99, 30', 2
slides, WOW!
$13,500. 483-3595

PACE ARROW '86, 31',
only 56K mi., great
shape. $5.900 Firm.
352-787-4514

RESIDENTIAL CAMPER
Southern Palms Lot
#750. $3,000.
352-742-1887


SOUTH LEESBURG RV
LOTS AVAIL. $225
Mo. Full-hook-ups.
Call 352-365-2578


1150 RV&
Campers
TRAVEL TRAILER Con-
quest '03 in Adult RV
Resort in Leesburg,
can be Relocated.
$12,000. Please call
352-978-9937

WILDERNESS '00 30'
long. Set up in a 55+
park. Furn, 2/1,
$5,000 Please call
352-742-0234

1200
Transportation

1205 Autos
ANY JUNK CAR Cash
paid, up to $500.
FREE PICK UP!
Call 352-445-3909

BUICK '98 LeSabre
low miles. $5,810
800-313-9787

CASH PAID
FOR JUNK CARS!
$150 and up.
Call 352-771-6191

CHEVROLET '04 Coupe
Cavalier. $6,410.
Please call
800-313-9787
CHRYSLER '00 Cirrus
Low miles. $4,810.
800-313-9787

CHRYSLER '06 Sebring,
low miles. $8,870.
Please call
800-313-9781
DODGE '08 Avenger
$11,860
800-313-9787

FORD '04 Thunderbird,
Silver/Black.
$17,910. Please call
800-313-9787

HONDA '97, Accord 5
speed, 2 door, like
new. $3,500 obo.
352-753-3704
JEEP '98 Wrangler
4 cyl., 5 spd., 4x4,
softtop.
$5,395 SPECIAL
LANDSCAPE TRAILER
16', drop gate, tool
box, edger rack.
$895 SPECIAL
CHEVROLET '01 S10
Crew cab, 4x4
$8,495 SPECIAL
FORD '05 Explorer
Sport Trac
leather, sun roof
$13,995 SPECIAL
FORD '99 Expedition
Auto, 3rd row seat
$3,995 SPECIAL

In House Financing
No Dealer Fees Ever
Low Interest Rates!

Lake Jem Auto &
Marine Sales
352-383-0956
BUY HERE! PAY HERE!
See Our Entire
Inventory on
www.lakejemauto.com

LEXUS ES 300 '02.
Green & beige, moon
roof, showroom
clean, 76K mi.
$11,500 Call
352-394-0065

MERCEDES BENZ E-420
SEL '91. Luxury car
for a small car price.
$2,985. Please call
352-406-6422

MERCURY '00 Grand
Marquis, Digital
Dash. $5,680. Call
800-313-9787

PONTIAC '06 G6 Coupe
Silver. $11,780.
Please call
800-313-9787

PONTIAC '99 Trans Am
LS1, black on black.
$10,860. Please call
800-313-9787


1205 Autos
JEEP '98 Wrangler
4 cyl., 5 spd., 4x4,
softtop.
$5,395 SPECIAL

LANDSCAPE TRAILER
16', drop gate, tool
box, edger rack.
$895 SPECIAL

CHEVROLET '01 S10
Crew cab, 4x4
$8,495 SPECIAL
FORD '05 Explorer
Sport Trac
leather, sun roof
$13,995 SPECIAL

FORD '99 Expedition
Auto, 3rd row seat
$3,995 SPECIAL

In House Financing
No Dealer Fees Ever
Low Interest Rates!

Lake Jem Auto &
Marine Sales
352-383-0956
BUY HERE! PAY HERE!
See Our Entire
Inventory on
www.lakejemauto.com


1206 Aviation

1210 Mcycles/
Mopeds
DIRT BIKE '03 Yamaha
TTR 90, 4/stroke,
3/spd, shift on the
go. $350. 874-4535

HARLEY DAVIDSON '07
Road King FLHR 96
cu.in. 6 speed,
14,000 mi, many ex-
tras, to many to list.
$14,000 obo Call
352-483-2209

HELMETS 1 Ig. & 1
mod., geed :Snd.,
blk, gT. $0 both
SOLD

METRO RIDER '06
Scooter 125cc, yel-
low, 390 mi., like
new. $850/obo.
352-385-0360

SCOOTER Panterra 4
stroke 49cc. $470
obo. Please call
352-787-4471

1230 Vans
DODGE RAM 250 '91
A-1 condition, 66K
miles $3,200 Call
352-753-6408 or
352-406-1791

FORD '02 Conversion
Van, well kept 1
owner. 45K mi
$11,500. 323-1674

FORD '88 Conversion
FC150 4 captains
chairs, elec. windows
& doors, new A/C,
alternator & etc.
Good working van.
$1,200 obo Call
352-357-5621

1235 S U V
CHEVROLET Blazer '92.
Runs & looks great,
new tires, cold ac, cd
player. $1,900 Call
352- 552-2147

1240 Trucks
Light Duty

FORD'02 F150 Crew
Cab. $9,410
800-313-9787

FORD '89 F150, 4x4,
lifted, 40" tires,
ps/pb/pw, cold a/c,
good body & interior,
runs good, needs mi-
nor work, $2,000
obo. 352-288-3806


1247 Trailers

FLATBED TRAILER
4'x8' $350.
Call 352-315-1078


1247 Trailers
HORSE TRAILER '03 K &
K, straight load, pad-
ded divider, tack
storage below hay
bin, drop gate,
bumper pole, great
cond. $2,400. Call
352-787-6524

UTILITY TRAILER 48
geedtFeirs,1lights,
dcok, rails, tool box
& jacls tand. $335.
SOLD!

1250 Antique
Cars
SUMMER SWAP MEETS
No show Aug. 1st.
See you Sept. 5th.
1-800-438-8559
1284 Auto
Parts
Accessory
CANVAS COVER custom
made snap on for a
Silverado 6' bed.
$50. 352-457-6858

COVER HARD TOP fits
69"x78", GMC or
Chevrolet '03 '10.
$450. 669-3849

HITCH Class 2 fits
03-'10 GMC or
Chevrolet pickup.
$175. 669-3849

REAR END for Ford 3/4
Ton 8 lug, 4.10
gears, complete.
$100. 516-8026
RIM Mustang 5 Star
Pony.(2). $100.
352-360-3335

TIRE & RIM (1) Fits
HONDA, ACURA or
NISSAN 4 lug 15"
$20 352-742-0894

TIRES (4) Michelin, 15K
+ mi left on tread,
205/60R16's. $100.
352-223-1911

TIRES (4), Bridgestone
Turanza good tread
P235/65/R17. only
$85. 352-246-9948

TRAILER HITCH EXTEN-
TIONS. 18", 2"x2"
hitch. $25. Call
352-324-3254
TRUCK CAP for m.
SOLD!

WHEEL & TIRE (1)
2457517, Nissan or
Toyota, 6 lugs, steel.
$35. 352-360-3027

WHEELS (2) 1977 Cor-
vette Rally wheels
15x8. $100. Both.
352-815-0268

1275 Golf
Carts
CLUB CAR '04, new
batt@ ri4,@Fs@R, l.
osnd. $1,300. Call
SOLD!

CLUB CAR '99, 4-pee-
ongor 18 v. lights,

SOLD 1ST DAY!

CLUB CAR good cond.
48 volt, fast w/rain
cover. $1,795. Call
352-457-3521

YAMAHA NEW'10.
Gas, 4/8 yr. warranty.
$4988. If you buy any-
where else We both
lose! 352-793-3948
or 813-477-0050





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PAL REALTY


Pool home offers new

appliances, lots of space


This home has two bedroom suites, with a covered lanai and 2.5-car garage.


Now this is resort living! This home fea-
tures a tropically-landscaped pool with new
pool equipment in 2009, beautiful upgrad-
ed landscaping, 10-foot ceilings, new Pergo
wood flooring and new carpet in the dou-
ble masters. There's formal rooms plus a
family room with a built-in entertainment
center. The kitchen features a snack bar,
Corian countertops, pendant and recessed
lighting, under-cabinet lighting, a built-in
microwave, new appliances, a breakfast
nook with built-in bar. The 2.5-car garage
includes cart storage, coach lights and pull-
down attic access.
The master suite features a large walk-in
closet, dual vanity sinks, a walk-in shower
and a soaking tub. The guest bedroom has


a pocket door to the guest bathroom,
den/office space, and tiled wet areas. The
resurfaced lanai/pool area has cool deck
and a covered lanai open to pool area.
Drastically reduced to the mid 200's!
The Plantation at Leesburg is an adult
gated golf and tennis community with two
manned gates, on-site restaurant, two golf
courses, three clubhouses, three pools, full
time activity directors and much more, all
within a 30-45 minute drive to Orlando
attractions. Stop by or call the sales office:
PAL Realty, 25327 U.S. Hwy. 27, Suite 202,
Leesburg, 352-326-3626. See more pictures
of #843 on our web site www.theplanta-
tion.com


MORRIS REALTY AND INVESTMENT


Historic masterpiece has


wood floor
This beautiful historical home, built in
1923, is located in the downtown Leesburg
historic district and features five bedrooms,
four full baths and two half-baths. Enter the
main house in the living room, complete
with oak wood floors and fireplace. The for-
mal dining room has oak wood floors and
chandelier, and is perfect for entertaining.
The roomy kitchen has modern upgrades:
stainless dishwasher, convection oven,
Corian countertops and tile backsplash.
The downstairs area is shared by the laun-
dry room, family room, two half-baths and
the master suite. The master has access
doors to the living room, screened porch
and fireplace that's complete with imported


s, fireplace
tiles and is shared with the living room.
Newly remodeled master bath has his/her
sinks, plantation shutters and a sunken gar-
den tub. The upstairs hosts three bedrooms,
bonus room and three bathrooms (two con-
veniently located in guest rooms). An addi-
tional building is located behind the main
house and is two stories with approximately
320 square feet. To complete the package, a
wooden deck located off the kitchen of the
main house overlooks a serene garden area.
Come fall in love with this timeless classic!
Home listed with Theresa Morris at 352-360-
3736 and Camie Kennedy at 325-408-4668
of Morris Realty and Investments.


This home has five bedrooms, four full baths and a guest house on the property.


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Large Las Colinas home


has plenty of upgrades


This pool home features four bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths and 3,100 square feet of space.


The feeling of graciousness and hospitali-
ty warms your heart as you enter this four-
bedroom, 3 1/2-bath pool home located in
the tranquil gated Las Colinas neighbor-
hood at Mission Inn. The Normandy floor
plan with 3,100 square-foot living area,
with all of the upgrades, is elegantly and
tastefully decorated. Expansive lush land-
scaping, fountains and glorious golf course
views further enhance the beauty of living
in the rolling countryside just 35 minutes
from Orlando. The floor plan is well
thought out and the construction is superi-


or. The spacious living room includes a gas
fireplace, and there are glass sliders that
open to the pool area. Some of the
upgrades include beautiful wood floors,
decorative tray ceiling, upscale fixtures,
wiring for surround sound, granite coun-
ters, gas range, gas and electric ovens, gas
re-circulating water heater and central vac-
uum. The pool has a lifetime finish and is
equipped with a salt chlorinator. You truly
can have it all with this home in this loca-
tion. Priced at $599,000. ML#G4627070.
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Sales traffic through first sales traffic and sales inquiries in the past 60 four-acre estate is located within the Stirling Sotheby's named
Sayss" said Natoli. Savannah Ridge equestrian community in
half of 2010 shows start of Stirling Sotheby's International Realty Winter Garden near Windermere. exclusive broker for
launched a major initiative focused on Bella The palatial seven-bedroom home offers
resurgence at Bella Collina in March, Soderstrom added. 13,044 square feet of living space with Tavares estate home on
As of June 30, Stirling Sotheby's reported 19,760 square feet under roof, and features
Collina in Montverde 10 active listings at Bella Collina. seven bedrooms, seven full baths and four Lake Dora
ORLANDO- The nationwide real estate "The key indicator is the prices," Natoli half-baths, a home theater, a game room,
ORLANDO The nationwide real estate said. three fireplaces, eight-car garage and an ORLANDO Stirling Sotheby's
Lake Cdownturn that brought luxury of Bella Collina touth Sales of home sites at Bella Collina so far attached 2,000 square foot mother-in-law International Realty has been named exclu-
a virtual halt in 2009 has bottomed out and this year have ranged from $6,500 to suite. sive broker for a magnificent 5,460 square
visitor traffic is now pointing to signs of a $109,000 and averaged $48,000 per home The estate was originally appraised for foot estate home on Lake Dora at 16001
strong resurgence, according to Roger site. Home site sales in 2009 averaged $5.8 million, Chipps said. Current bids to Acorn Circle in Tavares.
Soderstrom, founder and owner of Stirling $183,000 per home site. complete construction, including an affinity Janice McGeough, certified luxury home
Sotheby's International Realty in Orlando. Visit www.StirlingSir.com for information, edge pool, total approximately $700,000. marketing specialist at Stirling Sotheby's
"In our opinion, Bella Collina will rank as Completion willtake an estimated 90-120 Internationg specialist said the Sothree-acre, $1.5
one of the hottest communities in Florida indays, Chipps added. International Realty, said the three-acre, $1.
2011 and 2012," Soderstrom said. New 19,760 square foot Erin Wanner, a luxury home specialist at million Squirrel Point home offers five bed-
From January 1 through June 30, Bella ntr Stirling Sotheby's International Realty, is rep- rooms, five-and-a-half baths, a banquet-sized
Collina reported 11 residential transactions WinterGarden equestrian resenting the equestrian estate. dining room, a huge family room with see-
at an average sales price of $883,000 includ- at d The suggested opening bid for the proper- through fireplace, a seven-car garage, a pri-
ing three closed sales and eight that are still estate will e so at ty is $475,000. vate swimming pool with outdoor terrace,
pending. During the same period 12 luxury auction with suggested "The buyer will be someone looking for a and 800 feet of Lake Dora shoreline.
home sites sold and 12 more sales are pend- of fabulous equestrian estate home at a fraction The gated Spanish-style estate was com-
ing, said. Dan Natoli a partner with the LR opening bid of $475,000 of what it would cost to build from scratch," pleted in 1981, said Roger Soderstrom,
Team at Stirling Sotheby's International Wanner said, "or a custom home builder or founder and owner of Stirling Sotheby's
Realty who is promoting Bella Collina. ORLANDO Worldwide Auction Realty investor who wants to complete construc-
During the first six months of 2009, Bella Services will host a global auction on August tion of the estate and resell it for a substan- International Realty.
Collina reported no new home sales. 19 to sell a new Winter Garden equestrian tial profit." This is a rare find," Soderstrom said. "For
Homesite sales at Bella Collina totaled 12 for estate that is under construction and design- Bids will be accepted in person, via tele- the buyer who aspires to ultimate privacy
the first half of the year, Natoli said. er-ready with 75 percent of work completed. phone, and on the Internet. For more infor- with a magnificent view of Mount Dora's
"Most of the sales activity at Bella Collina Lori Chipps, lead auctioneer for mation visit 'Riviera skyline,' this estate fits the bill."
is recent and we have seen a big jump in Worldwide Auction Realty Services, said the www.SavannahRidgeAuction.com. Visit www.stirlingsir.com for information.


REAL ESTATE NEWS


Green building technology efficient
space design and in-home
entertainment potential are the
way to a home buyer's heart
ORLANDO Green building technology that lowers ener-
gy costs, efficient space design and features that make a
home more functional like kitchens, great rooms and dens
are at the top of the "want lists" of most new home buyers
today.
That's the report from Sean Strickler, vice president of sales
and marketing for Pulte Homes in Central Florida.
"More and more buyers are shopping for smaller, smarter
and more energy efficient homes today," Strickler said.
"Buyers are looking for proper allocation of the square
footage. Kitchens, dens and great rooms are really important
and formal living and dining rooms rank low on the list of
priorities. There is a stark comparison to the efficiencies a
new home affords when compared to a used home built a
few years ago," Strickler said.
Strickler said those values mean that home buyers plan to
get more living out of their new homes.
"New home buyers today are looking at their new home
as an estate, where they plan to eat in more often, entertain
themselves and their friends," Strickler said. "They want
durable, liveable homes. They want to get every ounce of
value out of it both from an every day use perspective and
the monthly costs associated with the energy efficiency of
the home," he said.
That's a smart lifestyle strategy, Strickler said. "It's better
for the environment, it's better for families and it's better for
our home buyers," Strickler said.
More than five years ago, Pulte Homes' engineers began
redesigning new homes to dramatically improve their ener-
gy efficiency, Strickler explained.
"There's no silver bullet when it comes to energy efficien-
cy," Srickler said. "It's a combination of several elements,
from right-sizing, higher efficiency air conditioning systems
to reduce energy consumption to low-emissive windows that
screen out most UV rays to Dow's Weathermate@ House
Wrap, which creates an airtight barrier against moisture.
About Pulte Homes:
Award winning Pulte Homes crafts smart, life-enhancing
environments that enrich the everyday lives of its home
owners. By combining sophisticated timeless styling, an
unwavering commitment to quality and attention to detail,
Pulte Homes is the nation's premier home brand for move-
up buyers in 26 states and the District of Columbia. As the
most awarded homebuilder in customer satisfaction, Pulte
Homes has ranked tops in the annual JD Power and
Associates@ New-Home Builder Customer Satisfaction
Studysm more than 75 times since 2000.
For information about Pulte Homes visit www.pulte.com.

Mercantile Capital Corporation
provides commercial real estate
loan in Orlando worth over
$488,000
Altamonte Springs Mercantile Capital Corporation


which ranks as one of the nation's leading providers of U.S.
Small Business Administration (SBA) 504 loans for small
business owners who want to acquire or develop their own
facilities, closed a commercial loan for Southern Boom &
Scissor Lift, Inc. recently for $488,500 in total project costs.
Southern Boom & Scissor Lift is a lift rental company that
provides electric lift and transport equipment for the Orange
County Convention Center as well as hotel meeting rooms
and other show area venues.
"Not only was the loan process simple and painless, but
their program saved us at least 5-10 percent on our down
payment, compared to handling it conventionally at a
bank," said owner, Rickey Slater. "We would do business
with MCC again in a heartbeat."
The SmartChoice Commercial Loan Program helps owners
of small to mid-sized businesses, like Southern Boom &
Scissor Lift, have an opportunity to create wealth and finan-
cial freedom. Their specialization in SmartChoice
Commercial Loans, also known as SBA 504 loans, allows
borrowers, like Rickey Slater, to own their commercial prop-
erty with the highest cash-on-cash return financing avail-
able, without tying up their precious capital, so they can
grow even faster.
For more information visit
www.TheSmartChoiceLoan.com and www.504Blog.com.

HUD and Florida management
companies reach agreement to
improve and increase housing
opportunities for families
Pompano Beach firm to pay up to $70,000 to resolve
discrimination complaint

WASHINGTON Families with children are now able to
live without restrictions at a Pompano Beach, Florida hous-
ing development under a voluntary agreement between the
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
(HUD), Cornerstone Residential Management, Inc., and the
Oaks at Pompano, Ltd. The agreement will improve and
increase the affordability of multifamily housing in their
area and provide $30,000 in rental assistance to families
with children. The firms will also make family-friendly
improvements to their properties and donate $20,000 to a
fair housing organization.
The agreement comes after a June 2008 HUD review of
occupancy restrictions set forth by the management group
at the Oaks at Pompano, an apartment complex in
Pompano Beach, Florida, that leases one, two-and three-bed-
room apartments. HUD discovered that the restrictions not
only forced families to pay more for their dwelling, but also
denied families tenancy. The Fair Housing Act,
www.hud.gov, prohibits housing discrimination based on
family status, including actions that unreasonably limit
rental occupancy.
"This settlement takes significant steps to further fair
housing, make units available to families, and promote a
positive living environment," said John Trasvifia, Assistant
Secretary for Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO).
"Ensuring fair housing for all at the local level has a signifi-
cant national impact."
Under the terms of the agreement, the management com-
panies will:


Provide families with children $30,000 in rental incen-
tives or discounts on their rental amounts at the Oaks at
Pompano.
Use $20,000 to make family-friendly improvements to
the Oaks at Pompano.
Adjust occupancy standards so that one-bedroom units
house two people, two-bedroom units house four people
and three-bedroom units house six people.
Donate $20,000 to a local fair housing organizationss.
Provide and verify fair housing training to staff at Oaks
at Pompano and all other properties.
HUD's mission is to create strong, sustainable, inclusive
communities and quality affordable homes for all. HUD is
working to strengthen the housing market to bolster the
economy and protect consumers, meet the need for quality
affordable rental homes, utilize housing as a platform for
improving quality of life, build inclusive and sustainable
communities free from discrimination, and transform the
way HUD does business.
More information about HUD and its programs is avail-
able on the Internet at www.hud.gov and espanol.hud.gov.

Cambridge closes six HUD lean
loans on senior housing facilities
totaling $40.4 million during the
first half of 2010
Cambridge Realty Capital Companies reports closing six
transactions totaling $40.4 million during the first half of
2010 and notes that activity totals should be even more
robust in the third quarter of this year.
"Given the economic challenges, we're very pleased with
the way the year is shaping up. Based on loans currently
being processed, it now appears that third quarter closings
alone could exceed totals for the first six months of the
year," Chairman Jeffrey A. Davis said.
"With interest rates at current low levels, borrowers are
reconsidering the economics of their current situation and
giving more serious thought to the refinance option," he
noted.
Cambridge is one of the nation's leading senior
housing/healthcare debt and equity capital providers and
consistently ranks among the top FHA-approved HUD 232
Lean lenders. The firm has closed more than 300 senior
housing/healthcare loans totaling more than $3 billion since
the early 1990s.
In the first half of 2010, the average loan size closed by
the company was $6.76 million. The largest transaction was
over $10 million and the smallest was a $1.4 million HUD
loan to refinance McGill Terrace Apartments in Chicago.
Davis said Cambridge originally provided HUD funding for
the 48-unit apartment community in December 1996.
Cambridge is the creator of The Signature Experience, a
four-step process designed to transform the traditional
lender/borrower relationship and identify ideal capital solu-
tions for worthy projects. The company has a national origi-
nation office in Los Angeles, and numerous correspondent
and brokerage relationships nationwide.
Cambridge publishes the bi-monthly e-PULSE!(R) electron-
ic newsletter, which delivers company news and feature sto-
ries via e-mail to corporate friends and clients. Additional
information is available at www.cambridgecap.com

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PROPERTY


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A&M Auto Parts and Chris
Merrill to Co Ed Professional
Inc., no legal description, $0.
Ala Registered Agent Inc.
and All Bathroom Solutions
LLC to Robert J Rosen, Volusia
Cnty, $0.
Sumia M. Abdelhameed and
Salem Y. Abdelhameed to
Bank of America Na, Indian
River Cnty, $0.
Candice R. Abel to Summer
Bay Partnership, Mtg
2003152278, $0.
Ryan Michael Abell to State
of Fl, no legal description, $0.
Cynthia L. Showman,
Michael L. Abernathy and Lois
Abernathy to Jack L.
Abernathy, no legal descrip-
tion, $0.
Jorge A. Cordova, Amy W.
Cordova Bergh, Suntrust Bank,
Arrowtree Property Owners
Association Inc., John Doe and
Jane Doe to Citimortgage Inc.


and Abn Amro Mortgage
Group Inc., no legal descrip-
tion, $0.
Starla Stevenson and
Joshua Stevenson to
Geraldine Abner, no legal
description, $0.
Keith T. Hughes, Mortgage
Electronic Registration
Systems Inc., First Franklin,
National City Bank, Mary
Abraham Hughes, Mary
Abraham and Wells Fargo
National Bank Association Tr
to Wells Fargo National
Association Tr, 29-18-26, $0.
Michael Dr. Abraszek and
Marcha A. Abraszek to Bank
of America Na,
Mtg2004044014, $0.
Hsbc Mortgage Services Inc.
to Mortgage Electronic
Registration Systems Inc.,
Accredited Home Lenders Inc.
and Mirta Oliva, Mtg
2006112699, $0.


TRANSFERS

Thomas Marino Jr., Jeanette
Marie Marino and Hills of
Clermont Homeowners
Association Inc. to Pnc
Mortgage, Pnc Bank Na,
National City Bank, National
City Bank of Inand Accubanc
Mortgage, Lt 127 Hills of
Clermont Ph One, $0.
Osvaldo J. Acevedo, Marleny
Acevedo and Summer Bay
Partnership to Summer Bay
Partnership and Neil Kelly
Clerk, Un 104 106 Wk 11 Villas
at Summer Bay, $10.
Ronald B. Adamowicz Jr. to
Summer Bay Partnership, Un
402 201 Wk 12 Summer Isles
Condo I, $0.
Barbara Blais, Christy
Adams and Christy Palys to
State Farm Mutual Automobile
Insurance Company and
James Conway, Jud
2010053523, $0.
Dennis L. Maxwell to Rosa
L. Adams and State of FI


Department of Revenue, no
legal description, $0.
Idw Center Inc to Adt
Security Services Inc., Jud
2010066321, $0.
Hsbc Bank Usa National
Association Tr to Mortgage
Electronic Registration
Systems Inc., Aegis Funding
Corporation and Annetta
Alexander, Mtg 2006090410,
$0.
Florentino Aguirre to US
Internal Revenue Service, no
legal description, $0.
LeroyW. Aiken, Leonard
Painting Inc., Royal Plus Inc.
Manchester at Kings Ridge
Neighborhood Association
Inc., Kings Ridge Community
Association Inc. Chase Home
Finance LLC to Chase Home
Finance LLC, Chase Mortgage
Company and Neil Kelly
Clerk, Lt 60 Manchester at
Kings Ridge Ph 1, $0.







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unwilling to make their mortgage payments. The sale is called a
Short Sale, because the seller is asking the lender to accept less
than the seller owes on the mortgage, because the bank has to
approve the sale for less than what is owed. There is frequently a
long delay between when the buyer makes their offer and the sale
is able to close. If the bank approves the sale, you as the buyer
take title regularly as if it were a "Regular Sale".
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proceeding due to the owner's failure to timely make their mort-
gage payment. Typically, a Foreclosure purchase moves fairly
quickly and does not have the delay associated with a Short Sale.
When purchasing Short Sale or Foreclosure, it is critical that your
work with an experienced Realtor, familiar with the market and
the Short Sale/Foreclosure process.


Q: What do I do if I have to sell my house in this market, if I am
not in a Short Sale or Foreclosure situation?
A: Unfortunately, there are so many Short Sale and Foreclosures
in our current market, that it impacts the selling price of all prop-
erties. First and foremost, you should work with a Realtor who
knows how to properly price and aggressively market your prop-
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even if you take less for your property than you would like, you
can more than make up for it in the purchase of your replacement
property.
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while working with an experienced Realtor, you can purchase an-
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PROPERTY TRANSFERS


LOCATION: 1303 Mohawk Circle, Tavares FEATURES: Lake
Frances Estates 2BR/2BA LISTING PRICE: $59,950 SELLING
PRICE: $52,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Marlene Cook,
ERA Tom Grizzard Realtors. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE:
Vince Ratto, Coldwell Banker Camelot Realty.


LOCATION: 2166 Bexley Drive, Tavares FEATURES: Chelsea
Oaks South 3BR/2BA LISTING PRICE: $105,000 SELLING
PRICE: $105,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Don Wilson &
Wayne Vaughan, Florida Real Estate Centre Inc. SELLING
AGENT & OFFICE: Ian Drummond, ERA Tom Grizzard
Realtors.


LOCATION: 21718 Chautauqua Street, Eustis FEATURES:
Park-like setting, one +acre with 3BR/2BA LISTING PRICE:
$173,000 SELLING PRICE: $165,000 LISTING AGENT &
OFFICE: Larry Beard, ERA Tom Grizzard Realtors. SELLING
AGENT & OFFICE: Louise Warrring, Coldwell Banker
Residential RE.


LOCATION: 2225 Orkney Drive, Leesburg FEATURES:
3BR/2BA LISTING PRICE: $134,900 SELLING PRICE:
$130,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Valerie Foerst, Morris
Realty & Investments. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Karen
Anderson, Home Real Estate Professionals.


LOCATION: 1428 Figueroa Street, The Villages FEATURES:
2BR/2BA LISTING PRICE: $194,750 SELLING PRICE:
$180,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Camie Kennedy &
Lena Williams, Morris Realty & Investments. SELLING AGENT
& OFFICE: Lena Williams & Camie Kennedy, Morris Realty &
Investments.


LOCATION: 27737 Kathryn Circle, Paisley FEATURES:
2BR/1BA LISTING PRICE: $60,000 SELLING PRICE: $48,000
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$149,900
MLS#G4644528


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$150,000
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$299,900
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$442,000
MLS#G4662747


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$550,000
MLS#G4642397


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$699,900
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