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For a complete list of those arrested,
see Page A3.


Undercover detectives worked on the case for 6 days


MILLARD K. IVES I Staff Writer
millardives@dailycommercial.com
The children in a Clermont
vacation home weren't real, just
fictitious Internet personas of 9-
to 14-year-old girls looking to
have sex with grown men.
But inside were Lake County
Sheriff's deputies, in a predator
sex-sting operation.
It was something that almost
three dozen suspects found out
the hard way when they showed
up in this Four Corners commu-
nity with Skittles, M&Ms, vodka,
condoms and lubricants.
After corresponding with
undercover detectives online, the
32 men were arrested - includ-
ing an official with the Tampa Bay
Buccaneers - this past week
after being accused of trying to
engage in sex with children.


Each of the men, ages 19 to 63,
was charged with traveling to
meet a minor for sex, obscene
communication using a comput-
er, and lewd and lascivious
behavior, the sheriff's depart-
ment said. They face 25 years in
prison if convicted.
"These suspects came with the
intention of having sex with a
child, instead they went to jail,"
Sheriff Gary Borders said in a
press conference Tuesday to
announce the operation.
The sting began June 14 and
ended Sunday. The effort was
coordinated by the sheriff's Cyber
Crimes Unit, but included law
officials from several surrounding
counties.
Undercover detectives with the
fairly new unit pretended to be
children in chat rooms, looking


ONGOING OPERATIONS
* Over a span of three months, a total of
54 men have been arrested in sex-sting
operations in Lake and Sumter counties.
* Last March, four Lake residents and
one from Lake Panasoffkee were among
22 from across Florida arrested in a
"Dateline NBC"-style sex sting by the
Sumter County Sheriff's Office. In that
operation, undercover detectives from
Lake, Sumter and Citrus counties, as
well as the Florida Department of Law
Enforcement, lured men to meet minors
at a Wildwood home after posting adver-
tisements on Craigslist.

for men who are interested in
having sex. When a suspect
showed up at the door, deputies
emerged and arrested him.
Borders said with summer
beginning and children out of
school, the unit decided to con-
duct a giant operation now.


Two of the suspects had
weapons with them.
Most were from Florida, but
some came from as far as Georgia
and Texas.
Included were six Lake County
men: Robert Bent, Leland Little,
Jason Villegas, Rodney Kost and
Joseph Pennella, all of Clermont,
and George Richards of Leesburg.
According to the suspects, their
occupations ranged from an
employee with a Tavares car deal-
ership, to contractors and con-
struction workers.
Suspect Brian Weiss told arrest-
ing officers he was an official with
the Tampa Buccaneers, sheriff's
Lt. John Herrell said.
According to the website red-
carpetmonday.com, Weiss is a
luxury suite sales manager for the
team.


Includes stories on travel tips
for seniors, how to manage
your medicines at home, the
advantages of 'green' living, the
upside to getting older, working
after retirement, and things to do
with your spare time.


CLERMONT

Juneteenth

celebration

is Sunday
ROXANNE BROWN I Staff Writer
roxannebrown@dailycommercial.com
The Juneteenth of Cler-
mont committee wants to
make sure people know
where to celebrate the
commemoration of the
ending of slavery in the
United States.
According to committee
Vice President Bertie New-
bern, people interested in
joining in on the June-
teenth festivities should be
at Jenkin's Auditorium, 694
W. Montrose St., in
Clermont, from 5 to 7 p.m.
Sunday for awards, food
and fun.
And for those who do
not know anything about
Juneteenth, they should
come anyway and learn
more about it, she said.
"A lot of people don't
know what Juneteenth is,
so we want to educate
them," Newbern said. "It's
an important date."
Clermont's celebration,
in its fifth year, focuses on
the commemoration of
American freedom that
occurred in June of 1865
SEE JUNETEENTH I A2


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SORRENTO I CAMP CHALLENGE

New pool is needed by 2013

to meet code requirements


THERESA CAMPBELL I Staff Writer
theresacampbell@dailycommercial.com
Young campers at Easter Seals
Camp Challenge squeal with delight
chanting "Archie! Archie! Archie!" as
they invite the camp director to join
them in the swimming pool for some
exciting water races.
Michael "Archie" Archbold fulfilled
their request. He got into the water on


Monday while wearing his blue jeans
and T-shirt, and he received several
hugs from tickled campers, many of
whom are faced with cognitive or
physical disabilities, including au-
tism, cerebral palsy, down syndrome
and spinal cord injuries.
"I'm going as fast as I can," the
director said grinning as he raced
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little ridiculous. It's
like a circus, but
Orlando is making
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restaurants and hotels
go with all the people
there to get in on the
trial.
LOUISE ZEBROWSKI
MINNEOLA


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against his younger competi-
tors. "I'm catching up with
you!"
The campers won each and
every time.
Just as being in the pool was
fun for the youths, Archbold
found it to be a nice break
from his normal office work
and administrative duties.
Camp Challenge, a 63-acre
camp located off of State Road
46 in Sorrento, is in its 50th
summer of serving campers
ages 6 and older who come
from all over Florida to experi-
ence safe and fun recreational
activities with other disabled
children and adults. Anywhere
from 30 to 50 campers attend
each week-long session.
"It's just an amazing place
for people to be able to come
here," Archbold said. "The
opportunities that the camp
provides are wonderful."
The camp's 50- by 60-foot
outdoor swimming pool is the
main thrill for many campers.
Even those with limited verbal
skills flashed wide smiles to
show how much they enjoy
being in the water.
The pool is the highlight,"
said Julie Wright, senior vice
president of development with
Easter Seals Florida. "We have
lot of features and other activ-
ities at the camp, but in my
conversations with campers,


SOUTH LAKE PRESS


What South Lake residents are saying about the...


CASEY ANTHONY TRIAL
Are the outside antics diminishing seriousness of trial?


Yes. I just can't imag-
ine why people are
that interested in
being there; waking
up at 3 a.m. or stand-
ing in line, fighting
and just acting like
animals to sit in the
courtroom. It's ridicu-
lous. Same with the
attorneys. They know
their jobs and they
should just do it more
professionally. I think
the judge is great
though in trying to
control all that.
CAM AMELKOVICH
CLERMONT


Yes. It's too much
attention from the
media on all the
craziness and the
other things besides
the actual case, and
prosecuting the
mother for allegedly
killing her child.
ELLIS GUMBO
PALATKA


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Yeah, it's like a show. I
don't even understand
why people want to sit
there and listen to the
gory details of a baby's
death. I thought there
was more to do in this
world. It's sad to know
that people are more
interested in that kind
of thing that so many
other good things out
there.
M.BARKER
GREENSBORO, S.C.


KERI RASMUSSEN-BEKIER / DAILY COMMERCIAL
Michael "Archie" Archbold is hugged by Chelsea Roberts after a competition
in Camp Challenge's pool.


past and present, they have all
talked about the pool and how
central it is to our program."
Wright has found campers
who are wheelchair-bound
enjoy the freedom of being
able to float in the water. They
also relish the buoyancy and
the coolness of the water.
"This is the only pool for
many of them where they have
the opportunity to swim," she
said, "because it fully accessi-
ble as is the rest of the camp."
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with a new one in order to
comply with new codes
required by federal law.
Wright said the camp needs
to raise about $250,000 for a
new pool, decking and fence
by 2013, or it faces having to
close its current pool.
The required changes stem
from the Virginia Graeme
Baker Pool and Spa Act, which
takes its name from Virginia
Graeme Baker, a young girl
who drowned after she was
trapped under water by the
powerful suction from a hot


JUNETEENTH
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and emphasizes education and
achievement.
Attendees will hear from two
guest speakers who members feel
envelop the meaning of the cele-
bration.
The guest speakers are Cler-
mont residents Gary Clark, speak-
ing about his experience as a relief
sit-in for the civil rights protesters
in Greensboro, N.C., in the 1960s,
and Daniel Keel, the first black
fighter pilot and member of the
Tuskegee Airmen with the United
States Air Force during World War II.
In addition, attendees will wit-
ness the awarding of two college
scholarships whose recipients
were chosen based on scholar-
ships essays they wrote on the
meaning of Juneteenth and what
it means to them and two drama-
tizations by "Teens in Action" - a
local group of high schoolers -
regarding positive attitudes will
also be featured at the event.
A picnic, which will be held
inside at Jenkins, will include
foods like barbecue, red soda and


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I don't think so. I
think the case is still
the main focus on
everybody's mind.
JUSTIN FERWORN
TAMPA


HOW TO HELP
CALL: Julie Wright, Easter Seals
Florida at 407-629-7881, ext. 12101,
or email JWright@fleasterseals.com

tub drain. The child died from
drowning, but the real cause of
her death was suction entrap-
ment due to a faulty drain
cover.
Wright said Camp Chal-
lenge's pool is safe for campers
to use this year and also in
2012, yet the camp will have to
be in compliance with the new
commercial pool standards by
July 2013.
"We had contractors come
out and determined that
because of the age of the pool,
it's more cost effective and
more beneficial for us to
replace the pool rather than to
retrofit it," Wright said, adding
the camp also wants to keep
its same pool size.
"We want to keep the cur-
rent shape because it's very
conducive for what we need it
for," she said. "The pool is the
central part of the program-
ming that Easter Seals really
feels is in order to be the
exemplary camping experi-
ence for these kids and adults,
and because we are in Florida,
you can't have a summer camp
without a pool."
Camp Challenge strives to
raise its needed funds by
October 2012 in order to start
the permit process and con-
struction. The goal is to have
pool finished by May 2013.


DAILY COMMERCIAL FILE PHOTO
Daniel Keel, a member of the Tuskegee
Airman, will be a guest speaker for the
Juneteenth ceremony Sunday.
lemonade, watermelon, cole slaw,
macaroni and cheese, beans and
rice and red velvet cake.
The Clermont celebration is free
but donations, to benefit future
scholarship recipients, are wel-
comed.
"Families should bring their
children to let them know what
their ancestors endured in order
for them to have a bright future,"
committee member Gerri Carter
said.


Friday, June 24, 2011


South Lake Briefs

GROVELAND
Fourth of July celebration
to be an all-day affair
The second annual South Lake
Fourth of July Festival will take place
July 4 at Lake David Park in downtown
Groveland.
The festival starts with a classic car
show at 8 a.m. and ends with spectac-
ular fireworks over Lake David at 9:15
p.m. In between, there will be music,
food, rides, contests, historical
exhibits, arts and crafts demonstra-
tions, and lots more.
Visitors can stop by the Lake David
Center from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and
check out the Friends of the Library
book sale, and the Women's Club
white elephant sale.
The Puryear Building will feature
local arts and crafts vendors from 9
a.m. to 5 p.m.
The headline act for the evening is
country music artist Daryle Singletary

CLERMONT
Volunteers, supplies are
needed for summer prom
Building Blocks Ministries is hosting
a summer prom for adults and teens
with disabilities from 6 to 9 p.m., July
30, at Jenkins Auditorium in down-
town Clermont.
Volunteers are needed to help deco-
rate the auditorium. The theme, "It's a
Small World," will feature decorations
from around the world.
Building Blocks also is seeking
donations of formal/prom type dress-
es for individuals ranging in sizes
from 10 to 28.
Donations are currently accepted
at 835 Seventh St., building B, Suites 1
and 2, in Clermont.
For information, call 352-536-9264.

GROVELAND
Applications for FAITH
scholarships due July 1
The FAITH Neighborhood Center, a
nonprofit organization in Groveland,
will be awarding scholarships for low-
income south Lake County residents.
Part-time and full-time students can
apply for vocational training as well as
college.
Deadline to apply is July 1.
Applications are available at the
FAITH Neighborhood Center, 7432
State Road 50 in Groveland.
For information, call 429-1200.

MINNEOLA
'Escape Alive' self-defense
course set for Sunday
An "Escape Alive" women's self-
defense course will be offered from
11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday at Dancing
Dragons Martial Arts, 540 S. Highway
27, Unit B, Minneola.
The course is for women only.
Participants must be 16 years old or
older and have parental permission.
No experience necessary.
Cost is $30 preregistered, $40 at
door.
Visit www.jdnm.escapealive.net for
information or to register, or call
Daniele Serrano at 203-768-2866.

CLERMONT
Local ride is part of the
'Million Mile Monday' event
The Harley Owners Group and the
Florida Harley-Davidson Dealership
Association dealers are encouraging
bikers in Lake and Sumter counties to
take the day off from work and partic-
ipate in the "Million Mile Monday"
event.
Locally, the ride will begin and end
at Stormy Hill Harley-Davidson, 2480
S. U.S. Highway 27 in Clermont.
The ride starts at 7:30 a.m. and ends
at 6 p.m. on Monday.
The mission is to make Florida the
state with the most logged riding miles.
Call Stormy Hill Harley-Davidson at
352-243-7111 for details.

CLERMONT
Applications being taken
for fall scholarships


Lake-Sumter Community College
Foundation is accepting applications
for student scholarships for the fall
2011 semester.
The foundation will be awarding
$77,000 in scholarships for all types of
students.
Applications are available online at
http://lscc.scholarships.ngwebsolutions.com.
Deadline for applications is June 30.


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Crime News

TAVARES



Arraignment for suspect



in student's death delayed


ROXANNE BROWN I Staff Writer
roxannebrown@dailycommercial.com
The arraignment for
Mario Alberto Saucedo,
the man accused of hitting
and killing 10-year-old
Anthony Moore as he
crossed the street to board
his school bus last month
in Minneola, will be held at
8:30 a.m. Monday.
The arraignment was
delayed June 20 on a
request by the State Attor-
ney's Office.
That move marked the
second time a court date
has been continued in the-
case, something that State
Attorney's Office Division


Supervisor Walter Forgie
said is not uncommon.
"We are still reviewing
the case and are in the
process of making a deter-
mination as it relates to
our filing decision," Forgie
said.
Originally, Saucedo's ar-
raignment was scheduled
for June 6 but was contin-
ued until June 20.
According to the Lake
County Clerk of Courts
Web site, Saucedo's attor-
ney entered a written plea
of not guilty on May 16.
The arraignment will
officially record Saucedo's
plea with the courts in


regard to the felony
charge of driving without
a license, and causing a
death, a change that was
filed against him at the
time of his arrest.
Saucedo, 39, remains in
custody at the Lake
County jail on a $1 million
bond.
He was also charged on
driving with an expired
license of more than four
months.
According to a report by
the Florida Highway
Patrol, Saucedo was trav-
eling "above the posted
speed limit of 40 mph,"
when he struck Moore


shortly before 8 a.m. May
10.
The crash at the inter-
section of Lake Minneola
Shores Road and Oklaho-
ma Street remains under
investigation, and other
charges may be pending.
Saucedo was born in
Mexico and an investiga-
tion into whether he is in
the U.S. illegally is ongo-
ing.
U.S. Immigration and
Customs Enforcement has
been notified.
Records also show that
Saucedo was charged
with DUI in 2002.


GROVELAND

5 South Lake residents injured in fatal crash


MILLARD K. IVES I Staff Writer
millardives@dailycommercial.com
Five South Lake County
residents were injured in
an accident Tuesday
morning that claimed the
life of a 19-year-old Mul-
berry man.
Tyler Hill was killed on
State Road 33 in Lake
County after he lost con-
trol of his car and veered
into oncoming traffic,
according to the FHP
Hill died on the scene.
FHP spokeswoman Sgt.
Kim Montes said Hill was


driving his 2002 Honda
Accord north on State
Road 33 near Edgewood
Boys Ranch Road about
5:45 a.m., as Antonio Lara
was driving a 2008 Ford
F250 the opposite direc-
tion.
For unknown reasons,
Hill left the roadway and
veered onto the unpaved,
east shoulder.
Montes added Hill then
overcorrected, veering
back onto the roadway
and over the double-yel-
low line into northbound
traffic, where Lara was


unable to avoid a colli-
sion.
Lara, 41 of Groveland,
as well as his passengers,
Alexander Callejas Morales,
26, also of Groveland,
Eliberto Cano Quinones,
37, of Mascotte, and Jesus
Luevano Chavez, 28, of
Jacksonville, were treated
at South Lake Hospital for
minor injuries.
It was the second fatal
accident this week involv-
ing Lake County residents.
In the other accident,
Larry Gordon, 27, of
Fruitland Park, died


Monday night when he
was partially ejected from
2004 Jeep that collided
with a motor home that
blew out a tire along
Interstate 75 in Pasco
County, the FHP reported
Tuesday.
The Jeep's driver, Lauren
Gellon, 23, of Lady Lake,
sustained minor injuries,
but two other passengers,
Tisha Bryant, 27, of
Fruitland Park, and Jenna
Gentry, 27, of Lady Lake,
suffered serious injuries
and were taken to Pasco
Regional Hospital.


GROVELAND


Attempted escape


foiled by stun gun


MILLARD K. IVES I Staff Writer
millardives@dailycommercial.com
A Groveland man's ef-
forts to avoid a jail cell
shocked him more than
his captors.
William Foulkes, 23,
tried to escape police cus-
tody several times while
being arrested on drug
charges. But his attempts
were cut short each time
with a stun gun, including
once in the hospital as he
tore through the building.
"It's kind of unusual,
we've never had someone
to try to escape as hard as
he did," said police Lt.
Jesse Baker.
Foulkes eventually was
taken to the Lake County
Jail on a number of drug
and resisting arrest char-
ges. He was jailed in lieu of
$53,000 bail.
Baker said Foulkes was
pulled over in a blue Chevy
truck June 14 after being
spotted driving erratically
on State Road 50 near State
Road 33.
According to an incident
report, Groveland police
noticed the odor of mari-
juana and said Foulkes
appeared to be hiding
something. Police asked
him to step out the truck,
and officers said they
found various pills and
marijuana in his shoes.
With Foulkes now hand-
cuffed in a squad car,
police said they found
hypodermic needles in-
side his truck. Baker said
Foulkes began banging his
head inside the police car,
trying to get out.
Officers approached and
noticed the suspect had


moved his handcuffed
wrists from behind his
back to in front of him and
was complaining that his
wrist was hurting. Police
said when they attempted
to adjust the handcuffs, he
pushed an officer and tried
to run away.
A stun gun had to be
used to control him.
Foulkes later com-
plained of back, head and
leg pain, and was taken -
handcuffed - to South
Lake Hospital, where he
told medical officials he
had swallowed several
pills.
At the hospital, the med-
ical staff said the hand-
cuffs needed to be re-
moved so they could prop-
erly attend to Foulkes.
After getting X-rays and
CAT scans, Foulkes asked
for a vomit bag. He then he
dashed from the room and
rushed through the exit
doors, hard enough to
knock them off their
tracks, the report said.
Foulkes ignored com-
mands to stop and made it
to the emergency room
before police shot him
again with a stun gun,
causing him to fall down
and say he didn't want to
be Tased anymore.
When asked why he ran,
he said he was scared of
going to prison, according
to the report.
His charges included
possession of xanax, klo-
nopine, suboxone, roxi-
codone, all with intent to
sell; possession of mari-
juana, drug paraphernalia
and battery on law en-
forcement.


THOSE ARRESTED IN
'OPERATION SUMMER
NIGHTS' STING
m Robert Bent of Clermont
m George Richards of Leesburg
m Leland Little of Clermont
m Brett Downs of Melbourne
m Jeff Bruck of Winter Park
m James Matthews of Orlando
m Richard Hayes of Palmetto
0 Matthew Smith of Dunedin
m David Wood of Orlando


m James Cochrane of Longwood
m Spencer Sours of Jacksonville
m Usman Mohammed of Orlando
m David Livermoore of Orlando
m Robert Nelson of Orlando
m Rodney Kost of Clermont
m laad Elmazry of Orlando
m Michael Porter of Daytona
Beach
m David Granaham of Orlando
m Gregory Lawrence of
Douglasville, Ga
m Jason Villegas of Clermont
m Joseph Pennella of Clermont


* Glenn Swanson of The
Woodlands, Texas
* Robert Gagnon of Lakeland
* John Steele of Wesley Chappel
* Thomas McWilliams of
Altamonte Springs
* Joshua Burns-Rivera of Eagle
Lake
* Jonathan Flores of Orlando
* Terrell Jones of Lakeland
* Todd Stallknecht of Melbourne
* Roberto Vazques of Kissimmee
* Brian Weiss of Tampa
* Robert Heard of Orlando.


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YOUR EDITORIAL BOARD
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VANESSA HOVATER. ............. ADVERTISING DIRECTOR
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OURVIEW


Governor should


apologize for his


staff's miscue

PUT THIS BEHIND US: A sincere,
heartfelt apology just might put to rest the
fiasco stemming from the governor's budget
signing in The Villages last month.

G ov. Rick Scott has a publicity problem that
could be resolved simply and easily. Scott
could say to his detractors: "On behalf of
my staff, I apologize."
A sincere, heartfelt apology just might put to
rest the fiasco stemming from the governor's
budget signing in The Villages last month.
More than a dozen members of The Villages
Democratic Club were essentially booted from
the area where Scott was to sign the budget.
Reporters at the event said Scott staffers told
sheriff's deputies that the group of Democrats
in the last two rows of the audience had to
moved 50 yards behind the stage where Scott
was to appear.
Staffers reportedly said the outdoor budget
signing at Lake Sumter Landing was "private."
The Democrats at the Republican governor's
event were not disruptive. They weren't noisy.
They may have fundamentally disagreed with
Scott, but their interest in what may be the sin-
gle most important position in Florida govern-
ment was legitimate.
In a free and open republic, opposing voices
produce a healthy and sometimes hardy ex-
change of ideas. The Democrats were exercis-
ing that right - and Scott's underlings were in
the wrong.
As the Sunshine State's chief executive, Scott
should address the public and admit that this
was a mistake, then get on with the business of
governance.
Instead, the issue won't die, and politicos on
both sides are working the controversy to their
advantage.
The Lake County Democratic Party wants an
apology from Sumter County Sheriff Bill Farmer,
whose deputies removed the protesters.
We don't have the luxury of time and money
to spend on a matter that involved misguided
and perhaps overzealous staffers who should
have known better.
Scott, this is your opportunity to express the
occasional fallibility of your administration.


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YOUROPINIONS
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


Congress should leave
military pay, benefits alone
What is the country I fought for and
served 22 years in the military to pro-
tect doing to our present military men
and women?
In 2010, 20,000 military members lost
their homes due to foreclosure because
of required change of station orders
from the Department of Defense. Now
DoD is planning to reduce pay and
benefits of present personnel serving
in the military.
What in the world is Congress think-
ing?
Military members have no choice if
they want to move or stay in a home.
They receive orders to deploy to a war
zone, or relocate to a new military
installation. They cannot wait to move
until the house sells. They move at the
"pleasure of the service."
There is never enough base housing
to accommodate all military members
and their families. The military fami-
lies lose thousands of dollars and a
home, but even worse, their credit
rating is ruined.
On top of this injustice, the DoD and
Defense Secretary Robert Gates are
recommending to reduce the pay and
benefits of military members. I cannot
believe anyone would even consider
this despicable thought.
DoD is proposing to put the military
members on welfare. It is a fact that 30
percent of military families are eligible
for food stamps, and many ranks earn
below the poverty level in the country.
Until government workers and the
Congress have their pay reduced, Con-
gress should not even consider touch-
ing the pay and benefits of the people
who make it possible for us to be free.
HARRY PADDON I The Villages

End of ethanol subsidies
is a sign of fiscal sanity
Finally a sign of fiscal sanity, when
the Senate ended subsidies for ethanol.
This is not only the first, as some might
envision, but not the final tax increase
for the revenue side of our deficit.
The Republicans refused anything
similar because it was considered a tax
increase.
This means corn-based use could be
returned to feed and food products,
which have increases food costs in
anything from bread to beef (corn feed
for animals).
If we continue down this path, we
can recover our economy by contin-
ued ending of subsidies for items like
sugar, oil, energy.
Sugar could be an almost snowball
to correction by ending its subsidies.
We could end tariffs on imported
sugar for use in fuel, helping end the
pollution in the Everglades, and saving
our water supply, all in one stroke.
We were about to spend $1 billion to
buy portions of the Everglades from
the sugar growers, who continue to
pollute the land which is our filter for
our water supply.
Allowing additional subsidies to end
would add billions to our revenue, and
we could start to remove all these tax


Gov. Rick Scott's budget-signing
ceremony on May 26 presented sev-
eral profoundly troubling issues.
A few months back, the governor
unveiled his budget proposal before
a gathering of the Tea Party in
Eustis. For an elected official
responsible for the welfare of all
Floridians, this was a stunningly
inappropriate act, explicitly signal-
ing to the state that he was only
concerned about those who lent
him their support at the ballot box.
In a similar vein, the final budget
bill, which affects the entire state,
was signed before a friendly
Republican audience in The
Villages, a bastion of GOP support.
It's as if the rest of Florida doesn't
matter.
But the bill signing was far worse
than an insensitive gesture, for
events transpired there that raise
serious questions of constitutional
liberty.
Citizens who opposed the gover-
nor's budget, and had the temerity
to say so with mild political signs,
were forcibly removed from the cer-
emony by security guards. Apart
from the obvious suppression of
political speech, here we have a
transgression of the fundamental
First Amendment right to "peace-


loopholes that corporations and indi-
viduals enjoy to avoid tax.
They spent millions buying politi-
cians to put these in place to prevent
their tax increases.
I will now remember Junteenth as
the day we regained our sanity. Now
we must continue.
WILLIAM CAMPBELL I Leesburg

There's nothing obnoxious
about honoring veterans
In regards to Navy Chaplin Bob
Haines' comments about the Veterans
Memorial (June 3 issue of South Lake
Press), I must respond to his calling
our monument "obnoxious."
According to Webster's Dictionary, it


ably to assemble and to petition the
government for a redress of griev-
ances."
Every Floridian, whether they
voted for Gov. Scott or not, should
be aware of the need to guard that
freedom jealously, for it is a free-
dom upon which all others depend.
Finally, the ceremony included a
disturbing use of children as propa-
ganda tools. Charter school stu-
dents wielded political banners,
endorsing controversial concepts
that they certainly cannot under-
stand at their age, in a sickening
display worthy of Kim Jong Il's
North Korea or the late Saddam
Hussein's Iraq. I hope the parents of
those children understand the way
in which their trust has been violat-
ed, and will pursue the matter with
the principal.
Political indoctrination is no
more appropriate in public schools
than religious indoctrination.
We seem to be in grave danger of
splitting up into two states, with
Gov. Scott as a self-consciously
sharp wedge. It would behoove us
all to heed Lincoln's admonition
before the Civil War: "A house divid-
ed against itself cannot stand."
RICHARD FOSTER I Umatilla


says this word is "unpleasant in the
way it makes people feel, offended,
annoyed or disgusted."
I don't believe the thousands of vet-
erans who have signed up to be on the
"wall," or the widows who have come
to our office with their husbands'
records, feel that way.
Having spoken to hundreds of veter-
ans, most of the civic clubs and city
councils in the tri-city area, and
received donations and verbal encour-
agement, I have yet to hear a negative
response to our project.
Yes, Haines is still welcome to have
his name engraved on the wall.
DON VAN BECK I Leesburg
Executive Director,
Veterans Memorial at Fountain Park


KERI RASMUSSEN-BEKIER I DAILY COMMERCIAL
Sumter County Sheriff's deputies escort protesters rom Lake Sumter Landing last month
before Gov. Rick Scott's signing of the budget.

Warning: A house divided can't stand


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MILLARD K. IVES I Staff Writer
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P lenty of feet got a
workout last weekend,
thanks to the 21th
annual Harvest
Festival at Lakeridge Winery
and Vineyards. The festival
offered plenty of wine-related
events, but stomping grapes
stood out as one of the biggest
attractions.
The winery is located at
19239 U.S. Highway 27, be-
tween Leesburg and Clermont.
"I've seen it done on TV and
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the grapes were sprayed from
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Strong was one of hundreds
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rate barrels filled with grapes,
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fruit.
Using a hole at the bottom
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- just an inch short of the
winning performance.
Kyle Johnson, the winery's
marketing director, said grape
stomping is a popular event,
and will be highlighted at the
17th annual August Stomp,
scheduled for Aug. 20-21.
However, many of this past
weekend's events had people
tasting, not stomping grapes.
Long lines could be seen all
three days where free wine
tasting was being offered.
Issued small cups at the
entrance, patrons were given a
sip or two from a long line of
several wine bottles.
Charles White, of Ocala, got a
taste of Southern Red.


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"It's a good way of finding
out what kind of wines are out
there, without having to spend
a lot of money," White said.
The exit led to the winery's
retail store, which was packed
with people buying wine.
Some people had bought so
many bottles, they were using
red wagons to carry their
purchase. Among them was
Joseph Jackson. His wagon was
packed with Southern White,
Southern Red and Sunblush.
"I plan to share with a lot of
friends," he said.
Proceeds from the $2 admis-
sion fee will benefit Hospice of
Lake and Sumter.


KERI RASMUSSEN-BEKIER / DAILY COMMERCIAL
After the ritual stomping of the grapes, both wine barrels and participants are hosed
down at the Harvest Festival at Lakeridge Winery, located between Leesburg and
Clermont.


IN MEMORY

DEATH NOTICES
Sheila Ann Berg
Sheila Ann Berg, 76, of
Clermont died Wednesday,
June 15, 2011. Becker
Family Funeral Home,
Clermont.
Mary Boyd Cothron
Mary Boyd Cothron, 87,
of Clermont died
Wednesday, June 15, 2011.
Becker Family Funeral
Home, Clermont.
Harry G. Gibbs
HarryG. Gibbs, 63, of
Winter Garden died
Tuesday, June 14, 2011.
Cremation Choices,
Minneola.
Thomas Gregory
Thomas Gregory, 87, of
Clermont died Tuesday,
June 7, 2011. Brewer and
Sons Funeral Home,
Clermont.
Patricia Ann Lukovics
Patricia Ann Lukovics,
73, of Groveland died
Thursday, June 16, 2011.
Becker Family Funeral
Home, Clermont.
James W. Lush
James W. Lush, 74, of
Montverde died Sunday,
June 19, 2011. Cremation
Choices, Minneola.
Rick "Cledis" Ochinero
Rick "Cledis" Ochinero,
56, of Groveland died
Wednesday, June 15, 2011.
Brewer and Sons Funeral
Home, Groveland.
Jonah Quinn Witman
Jonah Quinn Witman, of
Clermont, died Tuesday,
June 21, 2011. Brewer and
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TALLAHASSEE - Gov.
Rick Scott has announced
the reappointments of
Curtis A. Binney and Paul
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Lake County Hospital
District Board of Trustees.
Binney, 47, of Clermont,
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July 2011


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KIDNEY DISEASE - PREVENTION & EARLY DTECION
July 7, 69 PM - 7:O PM
In 2004, it was estimated 26 million Americans have
chronic kidney disease KD,. That figure has now risen
to 1 in 8 Americans due to our aging population and the
increasing pealuncs of obesity, diabetes, ard high
blod pres;sr in our soriey. Loam about early dfdian
to help rdiduce otal and present progression of
kidney disoaso oa idney failure Prwnted by Board
CGifie d Nep6Jwl BiB L, Huynh, MD, PharmD,
FA5N. Fr eand open to public. To rcgiscr, plase
icll 352.394,4071, et, 4412.

UNDERSTANDING DIABETE
Augut 17, 600 PM - 7:00 PM
The number of Americani diagnosed oech yar with
diboees continues to rise of on incraCe o epdewic
ppriroa with nearly 10% of the notion's popullaico
bIing ffacted by the c diwe . CaMe Iomn bout the risk
doctors preenion and Irelmfent 6f diob Po, resentd
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352.394.4071, ext. 4412,

Educational Programs

BREASTFEEDING WORKSHOP I
Au 6, 630 PM - 90 PM
For expectant parents teaching breastfeeding basics
and establishing breasfeeding habits for beginners.
Coure ee $30, or $15 or Childbirth Educaion
attendees. To register call 352241.7109.

BREASTFEEDING WORKSHOP II
A I 1, 6:30 PMD - 9-00 PM
Advanced issues in breastfeeding taught including
maintaining breaslmilk supply, pumping and returning
io work and inoporain8g solid oods while canrinuing
to breatfed. Class htbyanclCLC. Course fe
$30. $15 for hose who alend Breastfeeding Workshap
I. b register call 352.241.7109.


HLDIRTH EDUCATION
Expnu Clak July 9, 9A00 AM - 5:OO PM
Fiv Week 5eriJ Aiugut 16 - 5. pmiber 13, 630 PM -
&30 PM
Prepares new parents lr labor, delivery q d pstpor rtm,
dso how to care for yourself and your bdby after dlivery.
To register and krr fue inian6 tiont ol 352.241 7109,
CPR TRAINING
July 13, 600 PM- 100 0PM
Cardiopulmorny ru ~cilation raminrlg fr community

nd health core profesionols, COUrs fee 525. For moe
iJ omaion call 352.394.4071, e,. 4419,
DIABETES SBL-MANAGEMEI T EDUCATION
Juy 6 & 20, 8-0 AM - 3:30 PM
A one day piogra designed to hap diabeics arn
sef care behavior Co rs ee $10. To regi coll
352 241.7109.
FIRST AID
Augwut 24 6:00 PM - 10,00 PM
BRsic First Aid cawring the msm common media and
injury scearios. Course fee $27. For more information
call 352.394.4071, ext. 4419.
NEWBORN CARE CLASS
August 2, 630 PM - 8:30 PM
This class will tach you how to care fr your newbonm so
that you will f more oonRder when you take your baby
home. Free t those attending five week Childbirth Educa-
tion dass, all others $15. b regisitr call 352.241.7109.
NEW VISION GROUP
Juy 5, 2:00 PM-400 PM
An ouvrview program nard serwsee availale for people
with visual impairh~nts and adjusing to vision loss. All are
vAme to oBtnd. Please RSVP to New Visin fr Indpenr-
dnce at 352.435.5040.
SAFE SIfTER
Ay 28 & 29, 9-00 AM - 4:00 PM
S5 Sittor techos odscen babysitter how so handle
crimn and how to orur and guide a young dild. Safe
Sitt r@ babysiltrsi help ildrw dsy su and sound while
theti parun-i ore awa. In the proes~1 t 11 to 13 yer
olds m ,rve mor, c,,nfidcnt. rpocnsibe and cornfps-
siovnte teei and odults, Course ee $50, To regisI call
352 394 4071, e. 4419,
SMOKING CESSATION
Clae hed Monday evenings, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Si-x wek ,tnoking ~essCicon course, InstrwucJo toche
step-by-isp method klo changing beho[ior, quitting
smoking or oth~ niaorine oddiction habits, Fre program.
For moe informoaion call 352,241,7109.


Support Groups

BETTER BREAT-ERS
Wil resume in Ocdoner
Support program For people with chronic lung and
breathing problems. Free program. For more
information
call 352.241.7109.

BREAST CANCER SUPPORT GROUP
July 14, 7;00 PM- 900 PM
Free program. For more information call
352.429.9343.

JOI4T REPLACEMENT EDUCATION
July 5 & 19, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Program for patients seduled Ffor hipor knee
replocEnwnt surgery at SAh Lake Ibospial Free
program. For more infrmarnin call 352.394,4071,
mKt. 4419.

LUPUS SUPPORT GROUP
July 16 12:00 PM
Free progcrn,. To fir m doe d time, call
352,241 0844,

MOr'S MORNING OUT
CkOBi held Wednesday mornings, 100 AM -
11:30 AM - locw led aie Cen6rlI for iwomenls
HeIl, 2nd Floor.
Bring your neworn to six monh old ond join our
casual, fun and upporrive group oas we discuss
paoenfing issues and pwroide prt~ofsional
brecsiLfeding support. Free p ogrom, For more
information call 352.241.7109.

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS GROUP
July 27, 1-00 AM - 1200 PM
Free program. For more informaion call
352.241.7109.

NAMI FAMILY TO FAMILY SUPPORT GROUP
July 21, 700 PM- 9100 PM
Support group so help caregivers, family
members, partners and significant others
undersnd and support individuals with serious
mental illness while maiaintining their own wall
being. For more information call 352.989.2601.











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MILLARD K. IVES I Staff Wrier
millardives@dailycommercial.com
A new community service project in
Lake County hopes to turn first-time
offenders into productive citizens.
Several began their community service
by helping to clear weeds and debris from
plots of land on Saturday in a Leesburg
community garden at Jason 'Doc' Titus
Field.
They will continue to clear the land in
order to plant pumpkins and other food
staples, many of which will go to local
food banks.
Lake County Circuit Court Judge Donna
Miller came up with the idea after she
noted that several offenders going
through her courtroom were unable to
find appropriate community service proj-
ects.
"This will help them learn a skill and
give back to the community," Miller said.
Jessica Moreland, 28, must spend 40
hours of community service. With the
help of her boyfriend, Moreland spent the
day raking weeds.
"It's a good way to give back to the com-
munity," she said.
The project is part of Teen Court, a pro-


gram established to prevent and reduce
the amount of juvenile delinquent activi-
ty. The garden program is aimed mostly at
first-time offenders.
Stephanie Glass, A Teen Court official in
Lake County, said that much of the food
will go to local food banks, but the partic-
ipants will also have an opportunity to
grow some for themselves.
"It can be quite a productive project,"
Glass said.
Saturday's project included about a half
dozen participants - many of whom
were younger than 18, including 13-year-
old Haley Martin and 15 year-old
Estefano Aviles.
"It seems like something I will like,"
Aviles said.
Most said they didn't have any prior
farming skills, but expert gardeners are
being brought in to help. In fact, officials
with the program said they are also trying
to get more community members
involved, including businesses. Home
Depot, Lowes and Wal-Mart already have
donated equipment.
"This is something that can be good for
the entire community," said James
Anguerto, a state assistant attorney, who's
helping with the program.


Fire threat raised to 'extreme' levels


BRAD BUCK I Staff Writer
bradbuck@dailycommercial.com
Parched conditions have
triggered Lake County
Fire-Rescue officials to
raise the wildfire response
level from "elevated" to
"extreme."
They're also urging peo-
ple not to shoot off fire-
works, as they increase
the danger of sparking a
wildfire.
The move to "extreme"
wildfire danger also
comes in response to Gov.
Rick Scott's executive
order, issued Wednesday,
which outlines the dan-
gers of wildfires.
The average Keetch-
Byram Drought Index for
the state is 649, and the
state Division of Forestry
says 310 active wildfires -
covering 115,583 acres -
burning across the state. A
reading of 800 is the dri-
est.
On Thursday, fire offi-
cials dispatched a truck to
battle a small bursh fire
near Paisley.
On Wednesday, a fire
was contained after it
broke out in Lake County
in the Lake Mack area
near County Road 42. In
addition, firefighters from
DeLand, Ormond Beach,
Volusia County, and one
unit from Lake County,
were battling a blaze
along Interstate 95 in
Volusia County.
With all of Central
Florida experiencing
extreme drought condi-
tions, chances of wildfires
erupting are significantly
increased, Lake County
fire officials said.
As part of the extreme


wildfire response level,
Lake County Fire-Rescue
is working with fire-res-
cue personnel from
Eustis, Mount Dora,
Tavares, Leesburg,
Groveland, Clermont,
Mascotte, The Villages
and Volusia County to
establish structure pro-
tection strike teams.
The teams will be bro-
ken out into North,
Central and South and in
the event of a wildfire, will
go to their respective
areas to minimize the
chance of damage to
structures, said Fire Chief
John Joliff.
Fire officials remind res-
idents that unincorporat-
ed Lake County is under a
burn ban, effective June 3.
Any burning within unin-
corporated Lake County
will be a violation and will
be considered a second-
degree misdemeanor,
punishable by up to a 60-
day imprisonment and up
to a $500 fine.
In addition to the burn
ban, the use of any fire-
works, sparklers, flares, or
other pyrotechnic devices
other than provided for
public displays requiring
a permit, is strongly dis-
couraged.
Because of the dangers
for fireworks to spark
wildfires, Lake County
Fire-Rescue strongly sug-
gests you attend only pro-
fessional public fireworks
displays, as they require a
fireworks permit issued by
the Fire Marshal's Office.
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Members of the Clermont Fire Department's Hook and Ladder team recently helped Larry Rescoe COURTESY PHOTO
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and gold colors and weatherproofed. 2010-11 school year.


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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


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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


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

FUNERAL HOME
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Full Service Home -
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Charles Becker, Funeral Directors
52-394-7121
nneola Ave., Clermont, FL


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 I II I I... School)
Wednesday 6:00 - 9:00 pm
www.getreallife.com
1501 Steve's Rd * 352-394-3553

SHEPHERD OF THE HILLS LUTHERAN
13600 Caspian Lane
Wed: Casual Service 7 pm -
4th Wed: Candle & Prayer Service
Worship Services 8:00 am & 10:15 am
Sunday School 9:00 am
Blessed to be a Blessing
(352) 394-3382
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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 (Contemporary); 11 AM (Traditional)
6:30 PM Song in the Night (Alternative)
Church school for all ages 10:00 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
Sunday Services 7:45, 9:30 & 11:15 a.m.
Sunday School & Nursery 9:30 a.m.
Wednesday Evening Service & Study 5:30 p.m.
www.stmatthiasfl.org


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


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FERNDALE BAPTIST CHURCH
at CR455 & CR561A
407-469-3888
Pastor: 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 Cafe 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


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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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A Progressive Jewish Congregation 9:45
Shabbat services are conducted every
Friday at 7:45 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
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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




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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
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South Lake Gastroenterology - Dr. Rajab Abu Khadrah and Dr.Khalid
Maqsood were welcomed by Chamber Ambassadors and manyfriends
to their new offices located at 2040 Oakley Seaver Drive in Clermont.
They specialize in providing you with all the health information you
need regarding gastroenterology and the digestive system. Visit their
website at www.slgdocs.com or call them at (352)242-1665 to
schedule an appointment!


Bangz Hair Design - Jearri Bush and her stylists were welcomed by
Chamber Ambassadors to their location at 1040 E. Hwy. 50 (Kmart
Shopping Plaza) in Clermont with a ribbon cutting ceremony. At Bangz
Hair Design all designers must meettheir high standards for technical
skill, passion, reputation, experience and education before becoming part
of their team. Their highly skilled elite team is committed to exceeding
your expectations! They can be contacted at 352-243-4411.


Frank Polly SOD - Frank & Tracy Polly were welcomed to the Chamber
family by Chamber Ambassadors and friends with a Ribbon Cutting
ceremony held at their location in Groveland (14300 East Side Street).
From landscaping, sod, and irrigation installations to their full service
design of landscape and irrigation, their goal is to provide their customers
with quality solutions for basic to complex lawn projects. You can contact
them at (352) 429-9162 or visit their website www.frankpollysod.com


Mini Summit allows leaders to talk water

In May the Chamber asked Kirby Green, Executive Director of the St. John's River Water
Management District to come to our Economic Development Committee meeting, as the
committee wanted to get a better sense from the St John's on how a number of regional
water issues might affect not only the recent discussions on future economic development
opportunities near what is called the Conserv II area, but also how it might affect the other
governments in South Lake as well as Orange County.
From that initial May meeting our Committee got a sense that some of these critical water
issues the region is dealing with, along with the cuts the water management district had
to implement in their budget, warranted another more in-depth session with all five South
Lake cities and the county in attendance.
A longer mini-Summit follow-up meeting that was held June 9 at Lake Sumter Community
College in Clermont and facilitated by the Chamber
"What we all wanted out of this was further education and information on the water issues
at hand. In addition, by having an open and honest dialogue facilitated in a safe
environment, that better understanding and relations could be built among all parties,"
Ray San Fratello, Chamber President, said.
San Fratello continued, "For my part, if we could all just come out of there agreeing to
cooperate going forward, and see ourselves more as partners and less as adversaries, the
meeting will have been considered successful. In talking to many or the participants
afterward, it seems we did just that."
Officials from Lake County, Clermont, Groveland, Minneola, Mascotte, Montverde, the Lake
County Water Authority and the South Lake Chamber of Commerce were in attendance.
St. John's and the cites/County agreed that a proposed mutal report card concept was a
good one with St John's reporting on how cities and the County are responding to rules
and guidelines coming from them on CUPs, and in light of 2013 deadline for withdrawals
from the Floridan Aquifer. That the cities will report on how well St. John's listened to
some of the bureaucratic and fee scenarios that have frustrated local and county
governments for years when dealing with the District, and what was done about it
internally to make procedures a smoother process.

A follow-up meeting will be held in December to measure progress.


Chamber Cruise

Chamber Members -Are you looking for a great weekend getaway? Come cruise with
the Ambassadors for a great price and help raise money for the Ambassadors fund and
the Chamber's operating fund.
The three-night Royal Caribbean cruise will set sail Friday October 21 from Port Canaveral,
travel to Nassau, the Bahamas and the Royal Caribbean's private Island.
The cost starts at $234 (plus tax) per person.
Contact Ambassador Gerry Ash to reserve your spot today.
Ambassadors are also selling raffle tickets for a chance to win a free cruise for two. To
purchase a raffle ticket, see any Ambassador. The raffle tickets are $5 per ticket.

Cruise Payment Details
$100 deposit per person due with reservation
Final payment will be due the first of August
For the Ambassadors' fundraiser, they will collect $25 per person and you will receive a
$25 per person on board credit
Gratuities on this cruise will be $30 per person and can be paid in advance or onboard
For more information contact Gerry Ash at gerry@ashtravel.net.


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801 City Grille - Chamber Ambassadors along with friends & patrons
performed a Ribbon Cutting at this newly opened upscale restaurant,
owned and operated by Alan, Katherine, Lilli, Alicia and Olivia Pool,
and located in downtown Clermont (801 W. Montrose St.)! Enjoy
superb service in their newly renovated dining rooms, lounge, patio
or banquet facilities for your private parties. Reservations are accepted
by calling (352) 394-6911 or visit www.801citygrille.com


801 City Grille - Chamber Ambassadors along with friends & patrons
performed a Ribbon Cutting at this newly opened upscale restaurant,
owned and operated by Alan, Katherine, Lilli, Alicia and Olivia Pool,
and located in downtown Clermont (801 W. Montrose St.)! Enjoy
superb service in their newly renovated dining rooms, lounge, patio
or banquet facilities for your private parties. Reservations are accepted
by calling (352) 394-6911 or visit www.801citygrille.com












WE NOTICED - Crystal Clear Pools - Chamber Ambassadors recently
recognized the outstanding improvements made to the Crystal Clear
Pools store location (158 W. US Highway 50 in Clermont) with a "We
Noticed" award. Store Managers Theresa Cintron and Jason Duzlak
were on hand to accept the award and proudly display the "We
Noticed" Chamber sign outside their location facing Rt. 50! Please
stop in to say hello or call them at (352) 241-4443.


The rain didn't dampen the June 9 Business After Hours which was held at Three Dogs Printing
in Clermont. During the event, Chamber members also had an opportunity to learn more about
the services offered!


The May 26 Business After Hours was held at Mark's Floors in Minneola. During the event,
Chamber members also had an opportunity to learn more about carpet and floors including corn
carpet!


South Lake 4th of July Celebration
When: Monday, July 4
Where: Lake David Park
(Downtown Groveland)
Time: 8 a.m. - 9:15 p.m
The second annual South Lake 4th of July Festival will take place on Monday, July 4, at Lake David Park
in downtown Groveland. The festival starts with a classic car show at 8 a.m. and ends with spectacular
fireworks over Lake David at 9:15 p.m. In between, there will be music, food, rides, contests, historical
exhibits, arts and crafts demonstrations, and lots more.
Visit the Lake David Center from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and check out the Friends of the Library book sale and
the Women's Club white elephant sale. The Puryear Building will feature local arts and crafts vendors
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The community stage will host the official opening ceremonies at noon followed by some great local
entertainment
There will be barbeque chicken and pork, BBQ ribs, hot dogs and hamburgers, smoked turkey legs, Italian
sausage sandwiches, corn on the cob, snow cones, ice cream, boiled peanuts and all those other tasty
treats you'd expect to find.
The headline act for the evening is Country music artist Daryle Singletary. Singletary."


School Supply Drive

It's time to start thinking about the South Lake
Chamber's annual school supply drive.
Each year we collect supplies or monetary
donations to purchase supplies for our local
students. We have 17 schools that we will be
helping out this year, so we need all the donations
we can get!
Our goal for this year is to provide each of the 17
schools we are helping with a large tote of
supplies AND $100 per school. YOU can help
make that happen AND earn a chance to win FREE
Chamber advertising for a year.
It's as easy as 1-2- 3.
1. Donate school supply items or cash to the
South Lake Chamber by August 23, 2011. You
may drop off supplies to the Chamber office
Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. or bring
them to Chamber Breakfasts
2. For every $15 in supplies and/or cash you
donate you will receive ONE entry into the FREE
advertising drawing.
3. Attend the September Chamber Breakfast and
see if your lucky ticket is drawn!
4. The Drive will officially kick at the July 15
Chamber Breakfast, but it's never too early to
make a donation.Additional donation sites will be
announced later in July.
5. Let's make this year the best year yet!


Chamber Breakfast
When: Friday, July 15
Where: 691 S. Montrose St.
Jenkins Auditorium
Time: 7:15 - 8:30 a.m.
Program: Mid-Year Review
Presented by: TD BANK
Supported by: available
Catering by: Cheeser's Palace Cafe
Cost: $8 member
$10 prospective member

Business After Hours
Presented by: TBD
When: July 7, 2011
Where: TBD
Time: 5:30 - 7 p.m.
(Information will be posted on
www.southlakechamber-fl.com
when it is available!)

Business After Hours
Presented by:
The Law Offices of Bret Jones, PA.
When: July 21, 2011
Where: 700 Almond St., Clermont
Time: 5:30 - 7 p.m.


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recipients from te class of 2011 at both East Ridge and
South Lake High Schools.
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thank Pig on the Pond, a supporting organization of the Community
Foundation, for all of the effort required to raise the money for these
deserving students. Many of these scholarships would simply not be
possible without the revenue generated at Pig on the Pond.
We look forward to doing this again next year.


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LOCATION: 4399 South Highway 27, in the
King's Ridge Shopping Center across from
Legends.
HOURS: 10 a.m. to 9:30 p.m., Mondays
through Thursdays, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Friday and Saturdays. and 11:30 a.m. to
7:30 p.m. on Sundays.
INFORMATION: Call 352-243-6260


ROXANNE BROWN I Staff Writer
roxannebrown@dailycommercial.com
W hen it comes to prices,
selection and atmosphere,
Empire Liquors in Clermont
is just the place to shop for any type
of fine wines, liquors, cigars, domes-
tic and imported beers, IPAs or malt
beers.
"There's no need to go anywhere
else, because we have everything at
great and very competitive prices,"
Empire Liquor's owner Ram Bisram
said. "And if a customer is looking
for a hard-to-find or rare type of
liquor we don't have, we will try to
get it."
In Clermont for more than 10 Ram B
years, Empire Liquor's mission has
always been to satisfy its customers in every
way.
Because of that, Bisram takes pride in his
store - which is family owned and run -
and in the way each and every customer is
treated from the minute they walk through
the door.
And if Bisram is not there to greet each
customer and to personally extend his grati-


ROXANNE BROWN I SOUTH LAKE PRESS
lisram has operated his business, Empire Liquors, in Clermont for more than 10 years.


tude and service, then his son or daughter-
in-law, or one of his other children, are
there in his place with the same level of
friendliness and care.
"People love the atmosphere in our store,"
he said. "They tell me they feel good coming
in here and sometimes, it's as if they don't
want to leave.
"Customers really take their time looking


around at all that we have and enjoy chit-
chatting with me or my family," Bisram said.
"It's very nice, clean and everything is right
the way they want it. Everything is easy to
find."
Clermont resident Larry Zaker, a customer
of Bisram's for years, says he likes how

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* HOMETOWN: Clermont
* OCCUPATION: Self employed - all
natural weight management and a
second business of handmade soy
candles with lead-free wicks.
* FAMILY: My husband, Dave, and I
just celebrated our 40th wedding
anniversary in June. My son, Joe,
28, lives in Deltona. He's a veteran
of Iraq war with the 82nd Airborne
Division, and is graduating from fire
school on June 8. He is married to
Ashley and they have a 10-year-old
stepson, Chandler. My daughter,
Lee, is 24. She's a graduate of
Northwestern University with a
degree in materials science engi-
neering, and she is working for
General Electric in Cincinnati, and
working on her master's from Ohio
State University.
What do you enjoy most about
South Lake County?
The natural beauty, our gorgeous
lakes and hills, and, of course, my
friends and family.
If you had to summarize your
philosophy of life in one sentence,
what would it be?
Life is good, let's be thankful. I am.
Oh, and, Life is too serious to be
taken too seriously.

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FROM THE FILES 1 20 YEARS AGO - 1991


Reliving history through the pages of the South Lake Press


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REMEMBER WHEN
A weekly column that reprints some
of the more interesting news stories
that have appeared over the years in
the South Lake Press.


COMMISSIONERS SPLIT ON 2 LARGE
PROPOSED DEVELOPMENTS
A Planned Unit Development
was not objectionable to the three
county commission members
voting in favor of rezoning 900
acres of property owned by Ruth
Alice Ray. Neither was the Green
Swamp Area of Critical State
Concern designation, which
officials said was enclosed in an
arbitrary political boundary not
reflecting the present condition
of the property, a designation
currently being reviewed by the
state.
The property, known as Ray's
Ranch, is south of County Road
474 and adjacent to the Polk
County line, 2 1/2 miles west of
U.S. Highway 27. Proposed was a
795-unit, 18-hole golf course


community with 595 single-fami-
ly units and 200 golf units. There
is an existing Conditional Use
Permit for a peat mine that will
be turned into a lake.
Denied as premature and lack-
ing assured services was a PUD
request for Glengarry Lakes on
YMCA Road adjacent to Orange
County one mile west of S.R. 454.
D.O. Roper Trust wanted to
develop 549.63 acres into a 780-
unit, 1.42-unit per acre subdivi-
sion surrounding part of the
Sawgrass Chain of Lakes. (Neither
project was developed.)
FDOT WORKING TO IMPROVE
STATE ROAD 50
The Florida Department of
Transportation is in the process
of improving State Road 50 at the
overpass of U.S. Highway 27. Four


feet are being added to each side
of S.R. 50. DOT said the road will
have three 11-foot lanes on each
side of the eastbound and west-
bound lanes.
There will also be a left turn
lane on each side of traffic. These
lanes will be in the current medi-
an on each side of the overpass.
Traffic signals will also be installed.
Project cost is $229,000 and
should be finished around mid-
June. This S.R. 50 road improve-
ment has been in the DOT five-
year plan for five years.
COUNCIL OKS PALATLAKAHA
PLAYGROUND
Clermont City Council agreed
on April 9 to three requests of a
citizens group seeking to build a
playground at the new Palatlakaha
Recreation Area just opened by


the city. City support in the form
of allocating two acres of land
near the baseball fields, $10,000
to be used as seed money, per-
mission for a fundraiser, and all
the officials' well wishes.
The citizens group, known as
Park Pals, brought a scroll to
the council containing nearly
700 names. Those pictured with
the scroll were Luke and Jade
Pillsbury, Wes David-Andrews,
Keisha Fountain, Jenny Merritt,
Lisa Pool, Kathy Asmann, Terri
Coole, Pat Adams, Wanda Andrews,
Patrick Daly and Rene Pillsbury.
The fundraiser will be the sale
of individual boards for the "Walk
of Fame" Boardwalk leading to
Lake Palatlakaha.
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Friday, June 24, 2011


Measles: Make sure you are immunized


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THE DOC IS IN
Do you have an acute care
medical question that might
also interest others? Send your
question to info@docsin.com,
and Dr. Decker may address
your topic in a future article.


sint measles one
S of hose child-
ihood diseases
that was eradicated? Why
are cases turning up in
our community, and what
does this mean for our
health?
A little background is in
order.
Prior to the measles vac-
cine introduction in the
1960s, most of us came
down with this spotty
viral illness and developed
immunity. If you have had
measles or have been vac-
cinated against measles
you probably have good
measles immunity and
will not become ill.
For those without im-
munity, measles is very
contagious. Ninety-five
percent of people without
immunity to it will get
measles if they are in the


same room with a measles
infected person! Most
people recover from this
illness but a high percent
will need hospitalization.
In the past, up to 5,000
Americans died every year
and a greater number
developed chronic disabil-
ity from measles infection.
I travel to an extremely
poor African country to
provide medical care. They
have very little medical
provision for their popu-
lace but like all African
countries they are proud
that they immunize their
children against measles.
The World Health
Organization has made
this a priority, and
through international
funding, immunizations
have greatly reduced
measles cases in Third
World countries. Still, in


2008, WHO reported
164,000 deaths worldwide
from measles.
So how did measles
cases turn up in Orlando
this spring?
The Center for Disease
Control is pointing a fin-
ger at those who do not
vaccinate. There are many
vaccinations for children
and adults, and much
controversy about immu-
nizations. Each vaccine
should be considered
carefully, and good scien-
tific data evaluated.
One commonly cited
concern related to the
measles vaccine is a possi-
ble link to autism. Last
fall, the CDC presented
evidence from 20 studies
that showed no link
between measles, mumps,
rubella vaccine (MMR)
and autism. These were


studies with scientific
rigor that we can trust.
"Herd immunity" is a
medical term which means
that chains of infection
are likely to be disrupted
when large numbers of a
population are immune or
less susceptible to the dis-
ease. Those who don't vac-
cinate are hoping this is
true for their unimmuniz-
ed loved ones.
As we can see from the
2011 measles outbreak in
our area of Florida, "herd
immunity" may be wish-
ful thinking. At least three
people visiting Orlando
from other states came
down with measles after
returning home. (It has a
long incubation period of
10 to 14 days) Since we
attract visitors from around
the globe, it is easier for a
disease to get a foothold


in our backyard. A virus is
now only a "plane ride
away" from infecting
those who are susceptible.
Vaccines are widely
available across our coun-
try and available free for
poor children. Choosing
not to immunize a child
against measles puts their
life and long-term health
at risk. It also creates risk
for others.
Infants cannot be im-
munized for measles until
they are at least 12 months
of age. Infants will easily
contract measles from a
contagious unimmunized
child before that child is
showing signs of the illness.
Dr Cheryl Decker is the medical
director and owner of The Doc's In
ERgentCare LLC. She is a graduate
of Medical College of Georgia, is a
fellow in the American College of
Emergency Medicine, and has been
board certified since 2000.


RELIVING HISTORY
CONTINUED FROM B1

MEMBERSHIP DRIVE A SUCCESS
A successful membership drive by
the Clermont Area Chamber of Com-
merce has been completed under the
direction of Sandra Oliver, branch
manager of NCNB.
Nine teams participated in the drive
that netted 66 new and renewal mem-
bers to the chamber's total member-
ship. Workers on the teams were recog-
nized as follows: Tom Chapman, Bobby
Duncan, Jack Sargent, Rick Kurfiss,
Marilyn George, David Burkhardt, Pat
Smith, Oakley Seaver, Patrick Daly, Pat
Arnold, Mary Ogilvie, Mayor Bob Pool,


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Tidwell, Beverly Pool, Jeanne Martel,
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The Lake-Sumter Community
College Foundation has an-
nounced the formation of the
new Lake-Sumter Community
College Alumni Association.
The alumni association,
which kicked off last month
with the inaugural graduating
class of 2011, is seeking infor-
mation on all LSCC students.


years ago. After his wife died, he court-
ed and finally persuaded Mary, after 35
years as a single woman, to become his
bride this past January.
ARMY VET TELLS KIDS ABOUT WAR
"I'm glad to be home. I hated it but it
makes you appreciate what you have
here, and appreciate more the people
who fought earlier in life for us."
Those were the words of 20-year-old
U.S. Army Specialist E4 David Strang at
Clermont Elementary School when he
returned to the class of former teach-
ers Judy Everett and Carolyn McGowan
to tell their current classes about his
experience in Operation Desert Shield
and Desert Storm.
Strang attended CES in the second
through fifth grades.


If you or someone you know
attended Lake-Sumter Com-
munity College, e-mail their
contact information to
Morrisc@lscc.edu.
For information, or to find
out how you can become one
of the founding members, call
Claudia Morris at 352-365-
3539, or send an email to mor-
risc@lscc.edu.


NEIGHBOR
CONTINUED FROM B1

Name a person or incident you've come across
recently that's touched you in some way. Why did
this person or incident impress you so much?
In the past six months I have encountered what I would
categorize as both extreme kindness and at least exces-
sive "angriness." I try to learn from both, and therefore,
both extremes have touched my life. My wish for myself
is that I'm kind to all extremes. Sometimes, I manage
that; sometimes I don't. But I always learn something. I
try to stay away from "energy vampires" and work to
find and soar with the eagles in my life.
How does what you do contribute to the welfare of
the area?
When my hubby and I had lunch with our son, Joe, on
Sunday we were talking about expectations. He has
now been married 1 1/2 years. He says, "Hey, I'm only
38 years behind you! I'm working to catch up." By his
words, he grew up in a culture where the couples
around him were just that, couples - people who
stayed in their marriages. I love hearing him speak like
that. If we can give the heritage of continuity, friendship
and love to our children, then we can truly do anything.
And the community will prosper from it.
What's something you've always wanted to do but
haven't yet?
Take a two-week "dory" (that's the original boats they
used on the Colorado River) ride down the Grand
Canyon.
What advice would you give to people who want to
help out in the community?
Please remember what drew you to this community in
the first place. Then work diligently to ensure that what-
ever "wonderfulness" brought you here in the first place
continues to be available for succeeding generations.
Volunteer when you can, but learn that it is OK to say
"no." It is better to have joyful workers than pressured
ones.


No. 0612


PULLET By C.W. Stewart / Edited by Will Shortz 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 3 114 115 117 18


Across
1 Bushed
5 Entrance to many
a plaza
9 Rimsky-
Korsakov's "The
Tale of
Saltan"
13 Exactly right
19 Free
21 avis
22 Attempted
something
23 *Boardwalk
offering
25 Thought out loud
26 It might make
you snort
27 Home of the
World Health
Organization
28 Stickers?
30 ___ Day, May 1
celebration in
Hawaii
31 Must-have
33 Soft ball brand
35 " mine!"
36 One on the way
out
38 *Diamond
substitute
44 1987 disaster
movie?
46 Rest spot
47 Place for a
pickup?
48 Word with exit or
express

For any three answers,
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49 Something that's
drawn
50 Whiz
51 Any hit by Little
Richard
53 Many a Bob
Marley fan
54 Mideast title
56 Seaport on the
Adriatic
58 Turned away
from sin
60 Earth
61 Outstanding
63 Lawn tools
64 *Handy things
for a toy?
68 ###
72 Free
73 Itching
78 Took a corner on
two wheels
81 Fix, as brakes
82 Vituperation, e.g.
83 Wake Island, e.g.
84 "Nothing ___!"
86 Transplant, in a
way
87 "Up in the Air"
actress Kendrick
88 Do followers
89 Navel buildup
90 Former flier, for
short
91 Slugger
93 *Staple of
"Candid
Camera"
97 Xerox product
98 Baseball's
Master Melvin
99 Loughlin of "Full
House"


100 Nincompoop
101 Conditions
104 Killjoy
109 Comparatively
statuesque
111 Point of view
113 Enfeeble
114 *Radio Flyer,
e.g.
117 Like a winter
wind
118 1997 Peter
Fonda title role
119 Hoax
120 Old-fashioned
121 TV's Foxx
122 Brake
123 "Superman II"
villainess

Down
1 Kind of
metabolism
2 Military camp
3 *Certain study
session
4 Head of Haiti
5 ___ formality
6 Actor Hauer
7 Believe in it
8 Not his'n
9 Ad-packed Sunday
newspaper
section
10 A giraffe might
be seen on one
11 Pound sound
12 You may catch
them on a boat,
in two different
ways
13 Shrimp
14 Old Church of
England foe


15 Role in 2011's
"Thor"
16 Chinese dynasty
of 1,200 years
ago
17 Curved molding
18 Drops (off)
20 Start of a
childish plaint
24 Believe in it
29 "Goody goody
gumdrops!"
32 At any time, to a
bard
34 Ward (off)
37 Survey choice,
sometimes
38 Less cramped
39 Like some
maidens
40 Trolley sound
41 Expedition
42 Keyboard key
43 Shows, as a
thermometer
does a
temperature
44 "Uh-huh, sure it
is"
45 The very ___
46 Hinder
50 Test
51 *Something to
stand on
52 Piece over a door
or window
53 It had a major
part in the Bible
55 Descent of a sort
57 Many a summer
worker
59 Solitaire puzzle
piece
62 Wander


65 Blue Angels' org. 77 Fanny
66 Ain't fixed? 79 Decrees


67 Classic brand of
hair remover
68 Line of cliffs
69 Intolerant sort
70 Bouquet
71 ___ of the past
74 Taper off
75 *It may be found
near a barrel
76 Feudal serf


80 Lady of Spain
85 " do"
89 Service
arrangement
90 Know-how
91 Boo follower
92 They're often
acquired at a
wedding
94 Drunk's activity


95 Scribbled 107 S. C. Johnson
96 Got up on one's brand


soapbox
97 One waving a red
flag
100 Wild
102 Dentist's advice
103 Actress Berger
104 Bros, e.g.
105 Pass over
106 ___ no good


108 "Dirty rotten
scoundrel," e.g.
110 Old NASA
landers
112 Half of a sitcom
farewell
115 Project closing?
116 It might get
your feet wet


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EMPIRE
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Quick hits

CLERMONT
NTC's swimming league
meets 3 days a week
The National Training Center's Fast
Lane Swimming Program has one
more session planned for the summer.
Session II will be held from July 8 to
Aug. 3.
Swimmers will meet from 5 to 6 p.m.
on Monday, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
Swimmers ages 6-16 must be able to
swim the length of the pool in order to
register.
Costs are $75 per session or $139 for
both sessions.
Discounts will be given to families
with multiple children participating.
To register, visit the NTC front desk
at 1935 DonWickham Drive, Clermont.
For information, call Fast Lane Head
Coach ALEC RUKOSUEV at 352-241-7144,
ext. 4211, or send an email to
alec.rukosuev@orlandohealth.com.

GROVELAND
Registration is under way
for 'Elite' baseball camp
South Lake High School's baseball
team will be hosting an "Elite" sum-
mer baseball camp in July. The camp
will be held at the school's baseball
field in Groveland.
The "Elite" camp is for those who
have played organized baseball. It
runs from July 12 to 15.
Camp opens at 9 a.m. and con-
cludes at noon. The cost is $50. There
is a limit of 50 participants.
Participants will receive a T-shirt,
instruction on all aspects of the game,
and a video analysis.
For information, call KERRY WHETRO
at 352-551-7908, or send an email to
whetrok@lake.kl2.fl.us.

CLERMONT
Free physical for East
Ridge High students in July
Free physical for East Ridge High
School students are being provided
by Paramount Urgent Care on July
19-20.
The "Giving Back to our Community
Day" event will be from 9 a.m. to 7
p.m., and is by appointment only.
Space is limited.
After this event, physical will cost
$20.
Paramount Urgent Care is at 628
Cagan View Road in Clermont.
For an appointment, call 407-226-
1906, or 352 242-1988.


CLERMONT


91-year-old Villager joins athletic elite


Special to the South Lake Press
A 91-year-old resident of
The Villages became the oldest
man to finish a USA Triathlon
(USAT) sanctioned triathlon
on June 11 in Clermont.
Charles Futrell swam 440
yards in Lake Minneola, biked
10 miles on a course that cir-
cled Lake Minneola, and then
ran three miles to the finish
located at Clermont's Water-
front Park.
His official finish time was
2:18:38.
Though Futrell was born on
Aug. 9, 1920, USAT uses the
racer's age on Dec. 31 as their
racing age, making him 91
years old.
Futrell retired from teaching
in 1976 and ran his first race -
a 5K (3.1 miles) - in 1980 at


TRIATHLON/DUATHLON SERIES
For information about the Central
Florida Triathlon/ Duathlon Series,
visit www.TriFlorida.com.

age 69. Since then, he has
completed in more than 400
road races of varying lengths
up to marathon distances of
26.2 miles and more than 100
triathlons.
On May 14, Futrell became
the oldest man to complete a
duathlon in Clermont, during
the Central Florida Duathlon
Series No. 1, which differs
from a triathlon in that he did
not swim, but instead ran one
mile prior to completing the
bike and run to the finish.
Futrell trains at the Wellness
Center at the Villages.


SOUTH LAKE PRESS FILE PHOTO
Charles Futrell takes a break from working out at the MVP Athletic Club in The
Villages.


GROVELAND I SLHS HONORS BASEBALL SIGNEES


COURTESY PH(
Three former student athletes from South Lake High School signed with colleges during a recent ceremo
at the South Lake baseball field. Matt Joyce signed an academic scholarship to attend Daytona State Colle(
where he will play baseball. Jonathan Cox signed a letter of acceptance for a full athletic scholarship to p
baseball at Palm Beach State College, and Matt Parisi signed a letter of intent to play baseball at Dartmol
University on a full academic/athletic scholarship. Pictured above (front row from left) are Joyce, Cox and M
Parisi. Standing (from left) are Carol Joyce, Molly Cox, Jeff Cox and Robin Parisi.


CLERMONT

NTC to offer

home school

PE program

Special to the South Lake Press
The National Training Center
has expanded its Home School
PE program to include a sec-
ond day.
NTC Home School PE - Sport
Specific will be held from 1 to 2
p.m. on Fridays for grades 5
through 12, and from 2 to 3
p.m. on Fridays for grades 1
through 4.
' Each nine-week quarter will
focus on one sport/activity.
The cost is $63 per quarter.
- Swimming will be offered the
- first and fourth quarters; track
S will be offered the second quar-
ter; and soccer will be offered
third quarter.
The first quarter begins Sept.
OTO 2.
)ny Call Carol Kneller at 352-241-
ge, 7144, ext. 4202, for informa-
lay tion.
uth Or send Mary Beth Reed an
latt email at Mary.Reed@orlando-
health.com.


Another year, another abdication from King James


he King has involuntarily
abdicated his throne. Again.
LeBron James - known as
"King James" by some twisted
souls - gagged on another shot
at the brass ring when the Dallas
Mavericks cooled off the Miami
Heat on June 12 in the NBA Finals
to earn the club's first league
championship.
Counting 2007, when San
Antonio swept the Cleveland
Cavaliers for the title, James has
five straight shots at ascending
to the summit of the basketball
universe.


Since then, LeBron has failed -
miserably - to lead his team to
the promised land.
The Cavs lost to the Boston
Celtics in the second round of
the Eastern Conference playoffs
in 2008. He stomped out of the
Amway Arena in 2009, like a
pouting child, after the Orlando
Magic beat the Cavaliers in the
Eastern Conference Finals.
He quit on his teammates last
year when Cleveland lost to Boston
in the Eastern Conference semifi-
nals.
His latest failure, however, is his


most embarrassing.
LeBron made so much out of
his decision last year to leave
Cleveland and sign with the Heat.
He orchestrated a shameless
hour-long program (ego-stroking
infomercial?) on ESPN to
announce that he was "going to
take his talents to South Beach
and join the Miami Heat."
James then joined his new
teammates, Dwyane Wade and
Chris Bosh, in south Florida for a
spectacle that rivaled what likely
would've happened if the Beatles
had ever reunited.


None of it was about basketball.
It was about a talented trio
dropping some of the bosses'
coin to toot their collective horns,
and celebrate multiple NBA
championships - before they
had even played a game together.
Michael Jordan, Larry Bird and
Magic Johnson probably were
sitting back and laughing.
No longer could their legends
on the basketball court be chal-
lenged. Rather than trying to beat
Wade and the Heat for a league
title, LeBron chose to give up the
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CONTINUED FROM B6

fight and take the easy
way out.
Can you imagine Magic
and Bird teaming up to
win a championship?
Or Jordan and Magic?
How about Bird and
Jordan?
In fact, Jordan criticized
"The Decision" shortly
after James announced he
would sign with the Heat,
saying he never would've
considered joining forces
with his aforementioned
rivals.
"I wanted to defeat (Bird
and Magic)," Jordan said.
LeBron was willing to
settle for something lower.
He'd rather be a sidekick.
Like Tonto to the Lone
Ranger, or Howdy Doody
to Buffalo Bob.
On the basketball court,
he became Scottie Pippen
to Jordan.
The Heat was Wade's
team. It wasn't LeBron's.
And considering how he
disappeared during crunch
time against the Mavs,
LeBron doesn't want any-
thing to do with a leader-
ship role.
He led the Heat in scor-
ing during the regular
season with a 26.7 points
per game average, but
managed only 17.8 points
against the Mavericks.
That doesn't happen
with leaders and legends.
Jordan got better when
the stakes got raised. He
averaged 33.4 points per
postseason game during
his career, including a 32.4
average during his final
postseason in 1998.
In his final playoff game,
Jordan scored 45 points
and stripped Karl Malone
to set up his dramatic 20
footer with five seconds
left to give the Bulls their
sixth title in eight years.


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Can you imagine if
Jordan had followed Jeff
Hornacek through the
lane and left Dennis Rod-
man alone on the block
with Malone?
What if Jordan had
looked to give up the ball
to Pippen or Toni Kukoc
rather than taking that last
shot?
Never would've happen-
ed, because Jordan was a
leader. When a game was
on the line, he would put
the Bulls on his back and
carry them to a win.
Get on LeBron's back
and he'd probably ask you
to get off after a couple of
minutes, saying that his
back was hurting.
LeBron is simply not a
leader.
He's certainly an excit-
ing player to watch. He'll
bring you to your feet with
some of the things he can
do with a basketball.
Unfortunately, winning
a championship is not one
of the things he's able to
do.
Perhaps, it's time we
dropped him down a few
rungs in the royalty rank
structure.
How about calling him a
Prince or a Knight?
He's certainly not a King.
Write to Frank Jolley at
frankjolley@dailycommercial.com.


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GROVELAND I MARION BAYSINGER MEMORIAL LIBRARY


Library launches summer program


Special to the Daily Commercial
The Marion Baysinger Memorial
County Library's summer reading
program, "One World, Many
Stories," is under way at the library,
located at 756 W. Broad St. in
Groveland.
The free activities and events con-
tinue through July 19.
Children ages 4-12 are invited to
join the Read-to-Me portion for
weekly prize drawings. There will be
two grand prizes - one for pre-
K-grade 2, and one for grades 3-6 -


presented at the July 19 show,
"Ninth Period," with puppets and
live animals at the Mascotte Civic
Center.
Several special shows like
Jiggleman, Scott Humston, Shana
Banana, the Pizza Contest and the
CARE Foundation are scheduled for
2 p.m. each Tuesday at the Mascotte
Civic Center, 121 N. Sunset Ave. in
Mascotte.
Summer movie matinee show
times are 10:30 a.m. for daycares
with an RSVP in advance, and 2
p.m. for the general public.


Visit the library or its website at
www.mylakelibrary.org for movie
listings and dates.
Teens are invited to participate in a
special reading competition for a
chance to win an iPod Shuffler.
Answer the fun challenge every week
in order to earn tickets for Friday raf-
fles and a chance to win the iPod. The
grand prize drawing will be an-
nounced at the library on July 22 in a
"Teens Only" program.
The summer program, which is
free of charge, is sponsored by the
Friends of the Library.


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Pro Hydro X Tour Regatta is this weekend


THERESA CAMPBELL I Staff Writer
theresacampbell@dailycommercial.com
Top jet ski competitors, perform-
ing in high-speed watercraft races
and entertaining spectators with
freestyle flips, are headed to Lake
Dora at Wooton Park when Tavares
hosts part of the Summer Pro Hydro
X Tour Regatta this weekend.


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Young is bringing the Pro Hydro-X
Tour to Tavares.
"These are world champions; this
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ment and grants coordinator for
Tavares.
The regatta will have its heats in


different categories and also high-
light the acrobat abilities of the ath-
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style format for a panel of seven
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003 Legal
Notices
Notice Under Fictitious
Name Statute Law Pursuant
to Section 865.09,
Florida Statutes
To Whom It May Concern:
Notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, pursuant
to the "Fictitious Name
Statute" Florida Statute
865.09, 2009, will register
with the Division of Corpo
rations, Department of
State, State of Florida, upon
receipt of proof of public
tion for this notice the Ficti
tious Name, to wit:
BOUTIQUE TO GO-GO
Intends to register the said
Fictitious Name located at
the below address:
1515 MISTY GLEN LANE,
IN CLERMONT, LAKE
COUNTY, FLORIDA 34711
That the interested owner in
said business enterprise is:
JENNIFER MASON
Dated in Lake County, Flor
ida thisl4 day of June
2011
/s/Jennifer Mason
Ad.No:00284999
June 24, 2011

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUTf IN AND FOR LAKE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 2010 CA
002210
Civil Division
CITY OF EUSTIS, a Munici
pality in the State of Florida,
Plaintiff
vs.
ROSETTA GRIFFIN, CHRIS
TINE M. GRIFFIN, AND
JACK FRANKLIN, and any
unknown heirs, beneficiary
ies, devisees, grantees,
creditor and all other parties
claiming by, through, under
or against them and all par
ties having or claiming to
have hereafter described,
Defendants,
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
Notice is hereby given that
on the 16 day of August,
2011, at 11:00 a.m., the
following described real
property will be sold to the
highest bidder for cash:
THE NORTH 33 FEET OF
LOTS 5, 6, 7, AND 8,
BLOCK 23, TOWN OF EUS-
TIS ACCORDING TO THE
MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
1, PAGE 79, PUBLIC RE-
CORDS OR LAKE COUNTY,


003 Legal
Notices
FLORIDA
Said sale will be held in the
lobby of the Lake County
Judicial Center, 550 West
Main Street, Tavares Flor
ida. The sale will be made
pursuant to the Final Judg
ment of Foreclosure in the
above-styled action, dated
and entered June 1, 2011.
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.
The name of the Clerk mak
ing the sale is Neil Kelly.
Dated at Lake County, Flor
ida, this 6th day of June,
2011.
Neil Kelly
By:/s/Sandie Erbe
As Deputy Clerk
Ad. No: 00283761
June 10, 17, 24 & July 1,
2011

IN THE COUNTY COURT IN
AND FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION
Case No.: 11CC1052
SUMMER BAY PARTNER
SHIP, a Florida General
partnership,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CHRISTOPHER WILLIAM
DERIENZO and THE CITY
OF HAZLETON, PA et al
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF SALE PURSU-
ANT TO F.S. CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS GIVEN, that pur
suant to a Final Judgment
of Foreclosure in the cap
tioned matter dated June
10, 2011, I will sell to the
highest bidder for cash at
the front door of the Lake
County Judicial Center,
550 West Main Street, Ta
vares, Florida 32778, at
11:00 a.m. on July 19,
2011, the following-de
scribed property, all of
which are SUMMER ISLES
CONDOMINIUM I, according
to the Declaration of Condo
minium thereof recorded in
Official Records Book 2172,
page 2336, Public Records
of Lake County, Florida, as
amend
Count 1 CHRISTOPHER
WILLIAM DERIENZO and
THE CITY OF HAZLETON PA
Timeshare Period Week
(0)36 in Condominium Unit
No. 402302
Dated June 13, 2011
NEIL KELLY
Clerk of the Court
By: /sV.UHL
Deputy Clerk
Paul M. Caldwell, Esquire
Post Office Box 120069
Clermont, FL 34712
Attorney for Plaintiff
Ad:00285430
June 24 &July 1, 2011





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003 Legal
Notices


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUFT IN AND FOR LAKE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 2010 CA 3167
Civil Division
CITY OF EUSTIS, a Munici
pality in the State of Florida,
Plaintiff
vs.
GENEVA GRIFFIN AND JACK
FRANKLIN, and any un
known heirs, beneficiaries,
devisees, grantees, credit
tors and all other parties
claiming by, through, under
or against them an all par
ties having or claiming to
have any right, title or inter
est in and to the lands
hereafter described,
Defendants,
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
Notice is hereby given that
on the 3 day of AUGUST,
2011, at 11:00 a.m., the
following described real
property will be sold to the
highest bidder for cash:
PARCEL 1:
THE NORTH 25 FEET OF
THE SOUTH 99 FEET OF
LOT 5, BLOCK 10, PLAT OF
MACDONALD ADDITION,
ALSO DESCRIBED AS THE
NORTH 25 FEET OF THE
SOUTH 99 FEET OF LOT 5,
BLOCK 23, OFFICIAL MAP
OF EUSTIS, ACCORDING TO
THE MAP OR PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 79,
PUBLIC RECORDS OF LAKE
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
PARCEL 2:
THE NORTH 25 FEET OF
THE SOUTH 99 FEET OF
LOTS 6, 7 AND 8, BLOCK
23, MAP OF TOWN OF
EUSTIS, ACCORDING TO
THE MAP OR PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
THE PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE
79, PUBLIC RECORDS OF
LAKE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Said sale will be held in the
lobby of the Lake County
Judicial Center, 550 West
Main Street, Tavares Flor
ida. The sale will be made
pursuant to the Final Judg
ment of Foreclosure in the
above-styled action, dated
and entered June 15,
2011.
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.
The name of the Clerk mak
ing the sale is Neil Kelly.
Dated at Tavares, Florida,
this 16th day of June,
2011.
Neil Kelly
By:/s/J. ROBERTS
Deputy Clerk
Ad. No:00285602
June 24, July 1, 8 & 15
2011


003 Legal
Notices

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CURT IN AND FOR LAKE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 2010 CA 3394
Civil Division
CITY OF EUSTIS, a Munici
pality in the State of Florida,
Plaintiff
vs.
RACHEL JACKSON, as
Trustee of the Lily White
Security Benefit Association
and JOSEPH W. FRIBBLEY,
as Trustee of the Lily White
Security Benefit Associa
tion, and any unknown
heirs, beneficiaries, devi
sees, grantees, creditors
and all other parties claim
ing by, through, under or
against them an all parties
having or claiming to have
any right, title or interest in
and to the lands hereafter
described,
Defendants,
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
Notice is hereby given that
on the 28 day of JULY,
2011, at 11:00 a.m., the
following described real
property will be sold to the
highest bidder for cash:
LOTS 21 AND 22, BLOCK
A, HOGAN'S SUBDIVISION
OF BLOCK 4, ACCORDING
TO THE MAP OR PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 33,
PUBLIC RECORDS OF LAKE
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Said sale will be held in the
lobby of the Lake County
Judicial Center, 550 West
Main Street, Tavares Flor
ida. The sale will be made
pursuant to the Final Judg
ment of Foreclosure in the
above-styled action, dated
and entered June 14,
2011.
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.
The name of the Clerk mak
ing the sale is Neil Kelly.
Dated at Tavares, Florida,
this 15th day of June,
2011.
Neil Kelly
By:/s/J. ROBERTS
Deputy Clerk
Ad. No:00285601
June 24, July 1, 8 & 15
2011

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003 Legal
Notices

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUFT IN AND FOR LAKE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 2010 CA 4226
Civil Division
CITY OF EUSTIS, a Munici
pality in the State of Florida,
Plaintiff
vs.
BOBBY LEE JONES, and EV
ELYN JONES
Defendants,
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
Notice is hereby given that
on the 28 day of JULY,
2011, at 11:00 a.m., the
following described real
property will be sold to the
highest bidder for cash:
Lot 37, MILKY-WAY SUBDI-
VISON ADDITION NO.1, ac-
cording to the map or plat
thereof as recorded in Plat
Book 13, Page 11, Public
Records of Lake County,
Florida
Said sale will be held in the
lobby of the Lake County
Judicial Center, 550 West
Main Street, Tavares Flor
ida. The sale will be made
pursuant to the Final Judg
ment of Foreclosure in the
above-styled action, dated
and entered June 14,
2011.
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.
The name of the Clerk mak
ing the sale is Neil Kelly.
Dated at Tavares, Florida ,
this 15th day of June,
2011.
Neil Kelly
By:/s/J. ROBERTS
Deputy Clerk
Ad. No:00285600
June 24, July 1, 8 & 15
2011

IN THE COUNTY COURT IN
AND FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION
Case No: 11CC1380
SUMMER BAY PARTNER
SHIP a Florida general part
nership,
Plaintiff,
MICHEL AUDET and CARO
LINE MILANI et al
Defendants)
NOTICE OF SALE PURSU-
ANT TO F.S. CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS GIVEN, that pur
suant to a Final Judgment
of Foreclosure in the cap
tioned matter dated June
10, 2011, I will sell to the
highest bidder for cash at
the front door of the Lake
County Judicial Center,
550 West Main Street, Ta
vares, Florida 32778, at
11:00 a.m. on July 21,
2011 the following-de
scribed property, all of
which are SUMMER ISLES
CONDOMINIUM I, according


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003 Legal
Notices
to the Declaration of Con
dominium, thereof re
corded 2172 page 2336,
Public Records of Lake
County, Florida, as
amended.

Count 1 MICHEL AUDET
and CAROLINE MILANI
Timeshare Period Week
(W)2 in Condominium Unit
No. 402105

Count 2 FRANKLIN D. CAM
POS CRUZ Timeshare Pe
riod Week (0)26 in Condo
minium Unit No. 402402

Count 3 JANNISE S. DICK
PERSON and DENISE D.
DICKERSON-ROGERS Time
share Period Week (W)32 in
Condominium Unit No.
402201

Count 4 GLORIA NELCY DU
QUE Timeshare period
Week (E)15 in Condomin
ium Unit No. 502305

Count 5 ARIANNA CAROL
MATA Timeshare Period
Week (W)49 in Condomin
ium Unit No. 406104

Count 6 EDMUNDO MENE
SES and MARIA FERNANDA
SAUNDERS Timeshare Pe
riod Week (E)51 in Condo
minium Unit No. 502403

Count 8 ADAN EDGAR MI
RANDA Timeshare Period
Week (E)15 in Condomin
ium Unit No. 502102

Count 9 FRANCISCO Ml
RALES ORDUNO and HAN
NAH PHILLIPS Timeshare
Period Week (W)8 in Con
dominium Unit No. 402201

Count 10 DAMARIS RIVERA
MATOS and SARIBEL
GREEN MATOS Timeshare
Period Week (W)3 in Con
dominium Unit No. 408203

COUNT 11 BERNABE RO
MAN BRITO and REINA IVIS
CANOSA Timeshare Period
Week (E)17 in Condomin
ium Unit No. 402101

Count 13 ROSALINDA SAN
TANA ASENCIO Time
share Period Week (0)31 in
Condominium Unit No.
502203

Count 14 JACQUELINE
SCHINE Timeshare Period
Week (W)29 in Condomin
ium Unit No. 404102

Count 15 CARMEN TOVAR
and MARIA D. DOMINGUEZ
Timeshare Period Week
(E)12 in Condominium Unit
No. 501304
Dated June 13, 2011
NEIL KELLY
Clerk of the Court
By: /sN.UHL
Deputy Clerk
Paul M. Caldwell, Esquire
Post Office Box 120069
Clermont, FL34712
Ad: 00285485
Date: June 24 &July 1,
2011







IN THE COUNTYCOURT IN
AND FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION
Case No: 11CC1384
SUMMER BAY PARTNER
SHIP a Florida general part
nership,
MARGARET ANN BARKER
and KEITH RAY LINKOUS et
al
Defendants)
NOTICE OF SALE PURSU-
ANT TO F.S. CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS GIVEN, that pur
suant to a Final Judgment
of Foreclosure in the cap
tioned matter dated June
10, 2011, I will sell to the
highest bidder for cash at
the front door of the Lake
County Judicial Center,
550 West Main Street, Ta
vares, Florida 32778, at
11:00 a.m. on July 19,
2011 the following-de
scribed property, all of
which are SUMMER BAY
LAKESIDE CONDOMINIUM,
according to the Amended
and Restated Declaration
of Condominium, thereof
recorded in Official Records
Book 1579, page 1880,
Public Records of Lake
County, Florida, as
amended.

Count 1 WILSON MARINO
COLLAZOS Timeshare Pe
riod Week (0)33 in Condo
minium Unit No. 0302

Count 5 WILLIAM ERIC COX
SR. and MARGUERITE SO
PHIA COX Timeshare Period
Week (W)11 in Condomin
ium Unit No. 0315

Count 6 EMANUELA.DEIDA
HARRISON and JOHANNA
NIEVES GUTIERREZ Time
share Period Week (0)48 in
Condominium Unit No.
0304

Count 7 JUAN DIAZ ROSA
RIO and BEATRICE PAUL
CALDERON Timeshare Pe
riod Week (W)30 in Condo
minium Unit No. 0315

Count 8 RAPHAEL MANUEL
GONZALES 2ND and CAMI
JONES GONZALES Time
share Period Week (W)3 in
Condominium Unit No.
0308

Count 9 THOMASINA
MILLER PAIGE Timeshare
Period Week (W)15 in Con
dominium Unit No. 0305

Count 10 MABLE RICHARD
SON Timeshare Period
Week (0)18 in Condomin
ium Unit No. 0306

Count 11 MARIE CAROLE
ROZON and MARC LA
BONTE Timeshare Period


Week (E)49 in Condomin
ium Unit No. 0304

Count 12 LORETTA P.
SMITH Timeshare Period
Week (W)9 in Condominium
Unit No. 0311

Count 13 GRACIELA A.
TERRA Timeshare Period
Week (W)33 in Condomin
ium Unit No. 0308
Dated June 13, 2011
NEIL KELLY
Clerk of the Court
By: /sN.UHL
Deputy Clerk
Paul M. Caldwell, Esquire
Post Office Box 120069
Clermont, FL34712
Ad: 00285443
Date: June 24 &July 1,
2011


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Notices

IN THE COUNTY COURT IN
AND FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION
Case No: 11CC1381
SUMMER BAY PARTNER
SHIP a Florida general part
nership,
Plaintiff,
TAMMY LOUISE ALAMAN
and GREGORY ALLEN ALA
MAN et al
Defendants)
NOTICE OF SALE PURSU-
ANT TO F.S. CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS GIVEN, that pur
suant to a Final Judgment
of Foreclosure in the cap
tioned matter dated June
10, 2011, I will sell to the
highest bidder for cash at
the front door of the Lake
County Judicial Center,
550 West Main Street, Ta
vares, Florida 32778, at
11:00 a.m. on July 26,
2011 the following-de
scribed property, all of
which are SUMMER ISLES
CONDOMINIUM I, according
to the Declaration of Con
dominium, thereof re
corded 2172 page 2336,
Public Records of Lake
County, Florida, as
amended.

Count 1 TAMMY LOUISE
ALAMAN and GREGORY AL
LEN ALAMAN Timeshare
Period Week (E)17 in Con
dominium Unit No. 501302

Count 2 LORINE DOUGLAS
BARKLEY and JAMES ED
WARD BARKLEY Timeshare
Period Week (E)29 in Con
dominium Unit No. 501201

Count 3 DALE WESLEY
BARNARD and DEBBIE
LINDA BARNARD Timeshare
Period Week (0)25 in Con
dominium Unit No. 404301

Count 4 JULIO CESAR CAS
TANEDA VALDES and
JENNY ELIZABETH CASA
DOS SANTILLAN Timeshare
Period Week (0)9 in Condo
minium Unit No. 501302

Count 5 EDGAR GOMEZ
CACHO Timeshare Period
Week (W)14 in Condomin
ium Unit No. 502106

Count 6 THELMA AIKEN
JOHNSON Timeshare Pe
riod Week (W)52 in Condo
minium Unit No. 501207

Count 7 VERONICA LAVER
GNE JORDAN and ERICKA
JORDAN Timeshare Period
Week (E)26 in Condomin
ium Unit No. 406301

Count 8 VASILIOS WILLIAM
MAXAKOULIS and DIANE M.
MAXAKOULIS Timeshare
Period Week (E)30 in Con
dominium Unit No. 404304

Count 9 MARLENE LEYDA
NIEVES Timeshare Period
Week (E)28 in Condomin
ium Unit No. 501204

Count 10 ALTAGRACIA
NUNEZ VARGAS Timeshare
Period Week (E)7 in Condo
minium Unit No. 502105

COUNT 11 DENIA ROSA
PEREZ Timeshare Period
Week (E)8 in Condominium
Unit No. 502102

Count 12 AITZA SOLER RO
MAN and ALFREDO SOLER
ROMAN Timeshare Period
Week (E)33 in Condomin
ium Unit No. 502102

Count 13 RONALD L. SUM
MERS and SHERRY L. SUM
MERS Timeshare Period
Week (0)19 in Condomin
ium Unit No. 408101

Count 14 APRIL DAWN
THOMPSON and THOMAS
NEIL THOMPSON JR. Time
share Period Week (E)13 in
Condominium Unit No.
501203

Count 15 WT. WILLIAMS
and BEVERLY LYLES WIL
LIAMS Timeshare Period
Week (W)52 in Condomin
ium Unit No. 502402
Dated June 13, 2011
NEIL KELLY
Clerk of the Court
By: /sV.UHL
Deputy Clerk
Paul M. Caldwell, Esquire
Post Office Box 120069
Clermont, FL 34712
Ad: 00285508
Date: June 24 &July 1,
2011

IN THE COUNTY COURT IN
AND FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION
Case No: 11CC1386
SUMMER BAY PARTNER
SHIP a Florida general part
nership,
Plaintiff,
MANON BILODEAU et al
Defendants)
NOTICE OF SALE PURSU-
ANTTO F.S. CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS GIVEN, that pur
suant to a Final Judgment
of Foreclosure in the cap
tioned matter dated June
10, 2011, I will sell to the
highest bidder for cash at
the front door of the Lake
County Judicial Center,
550 West Main Street, Ta
vares, Florida 32778, at
11:00 a.m. on July 26,
2011 the following-de
scribed property, all of
which are SUMMER ISLES
CONDOMINIUM I, according
to the Declaration of Con
dominium, thereof re
corded 2172 page 2336,
Public Records of Lake
County, Florida, as
amended.

Count 1 MANON BILODEAU
Timeshare Period Week
(E)33 in Condominium Unit
No. 501303
Count 2 CATHERINE ANN
BURKETT-SMITH Timeshare
Period Week (W)28 in Con
dominium Unit No. 501108


Count 3 SOCORRO CAS
TREJON Timeshare Period
Week (W)8 in Condominium
Unit No. 503102

Count 4 ANGEL L. CON
CEPCION VAZQUEZ and EV
ELYN OCASIO VILLANUEVA
Timeshare Period Week
(E)10 in Condominium Unit
No. 503101

Count 5 JON PAUL FRENCH
and BINDHYA OOJORAH
Timeshare Period Week
(W)52 in Condominium Unit
No. 404404

Count 7 ANGELA MARY
JACKSON and GRAHAM MI
CHAEL WELFORD Time
share Period Week (W)25 in


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Notices
Condominium Unit No.
503102

Count 8 GOMEZ ARTURO
LOPEZ and ROSA HERNAN
DEZ Timeshare Period
Week (W)9 in Condominium
Unit No. 502205

Count 9 ROBERT D. MAR
TIN Timeshare Period Week
(W)16 in Condominium Unit
No. 502302

Count 10 JERRY D. MOS
LEY and MARY A. MOSLEY
Timeshare Period Week
(W)16 in Condominium Unit
No. 406104

Count 11 GERARDO BARBO
PENOLA and HELENITA B.
PENOLA Timeshare Period
Week (0)14 in Condomin
ium Unit No. 404402

Count 13 RODRIGO RAFAEL
RIBEIRO and PATRICIA
SHARES GONZAGA RIBEIRO
Timeshare Period Week
(W)7 in Condominium Unit
No. 502302

Count 14 JUAN CARLOS
SANCHEZ and LAURA I.
GARCIA DE SANCHEZ Time
share Period Week (W)27 in
Condominium Unit No.
502106

Count 15 ABDULWAHAB
AHMEDOSMAN SINADA and
EGBAL HASSAN-AHMED GI
RAIN Timeshare Period
Week (E)4 in Condominium
Unit No. 406101
Dated June 13, 2011
NEIL KELLY
Clerk of the Court
By: /sN.UHL
Deputy Clerk
Paul M. Caldwell, Esquire
Post Office Box 120069
Clermont, FL34712
Ad: 00285542
Date: June 24 &July 1,
2011


IN THE COUNTY COURT IN
AND FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION
Case No: 11CC1403
SUMMER BAY PARTNER
SHIP a Florida general part
nership,
REUBEN T. CONNER JR.
and DEBORAH A. CONNER
et al
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF SALE PURSU-
ANT TO F.S. CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS GIVEn, that pur
suant to a Final Judgment
of Foreclosure in the cap
tioned matter dated June
10, 2011, I will sell to the
highest bidder for cash at
the front door of the Lake
County Judicial Center,
550 West Main Street, Ta
vares, Florida 32778, at
11:00 a.m. on July 19,
2011 the following-de
scribed property, all of
which are SUMMER ISLES
CONDOMINIUM I, according
to the Declaration of Con
dominium, thereof re
corded 2172 page 2336,
Public Records of Lake
County, Florida, as
amended.

Count 1 REUBEN T. CON
NER JR. and DEBORAH A.
CONNER Timeshare Period
Week (W)50 in Condomin
ium Unit No. 408303
Count 3 BETHINA H. DU
HART Timeshare Period
Week (E)16 in Condomin
ium Unit No. 502103

Count 4 ERNEY ESCOLAR
and OSIRIS FUENMAYOR
(E)9 in Condominium Unit
No. 501307

Count 5 TREVOR HENDER
SON and JOAN A. HENDER
SON Timeshare Period
Week (E)7 in Condominium
Unit No. 502304

Count 6 JUAN CARLOS
HERNANDEZ Timeshare Pe
riod Week (0)29 in Condo
minium Unit No. 402305

Count 7 LILLIAN JORDAN
TURNER Timeshare Period
Week (E)9 in Condominium
Unit No. 402101

Count 8 JACQUELINE TO
NIA LAVIEN and JOE V H
LAVIEN Timeshare Period
Week (E)32 in Condomin
ium Unit No. 502106

Count 9 RAFAEL MARTINEZ
MARTINEZ Timeshare Pe
riod Week (E)51 in Condo
minium Unit No. 406304

Count 10 MANUEL R. MED
INA Timeshare Period Week
(0)33 in Condominium Unit
No. 502102

Count 11 BLANCA MELEN
DEZ and JOSE JUAN ME
LENDEZ Timeshare Period
Week (E)16 in Condomin
ium Unit No. 501308
Count 12 TERESA B. MON
TALVO Timeshare Period
Week (W)15 in Condomin
ium Unit No. 402204

Count 13 GARY CALVIN
PETTIT and CAROL ELIZA
BETH GREGSON-PETTIT
Timeshare Period Week
(0)17 in Condominium Unit
No. 501201

Count 14 JEFFREY VICTOR
TURNQUEST and BER
NADETTE TURNQUEST
Timeshare Period Week
(W)52 in Condominium Unit
No. 402205

Count 15 PAULA VEGA and
MARIA VEGA Timeshare Pe
riod Week (E)28 in Condo
minium Unit No. 404301
Dated June 13, 2011
NEIL KELLY
Clerk of the Court
By: /sV.UHL
Deputy Clerk
Paul M. Caldwell, Esquire
Post Office Box 120069
Clermont, FL 34712
Ad: 00285474


Date: June 24 &July 1,
2011

IN THE COUNTY COURT IN
AND FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION
Case No: 11CC1404
SUMMER BAY PARTNER
SHIP a Florida general part
nership,
Plaintiff,
JULIE BAMISILE and SOLA
BAMISILE et al
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF SALE PURSU-
ANT TO F.S. CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS GIVEN, that pur
suant to a Final Judgment
of Foreclosure in the cap
tioned matter dated June
10, 2011, I will sell to the


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Notices
highest bidder for cash at
the front door of the Lake
County Judicial Center,
550 West Main Street, Ta
vares, Florida 32778, at
11:00 a.m. on July 21,
2011 the following-de
scribed property, all of
which are SUMMER ISLES
CONDOMINIUM I, according
to the Declaration of Con
dominium, thereof re
corded 2172 page 2336,
Public Records of Lake
County, Florida, as
amended.

Count 2 KEITH D. DANIELS
and ALISA J. ALEXANDER
Timeshare Period Week
(E)3 in Condominium Unit
No. 404404

Count 3 ZANDRA MANUELA
GATO Timeshare Period
Week (E)13 in Condomin
ium Unit No. 502104

Count 4 JONATHAN RALPH
GREEN and CARLOS RUDDY
Timeshare Period Week
(E)11 in Condominium Unit
No.404101
Count 5 RUTH ELIZABETH
HERSH and STUART PHIL
LIP HERSH Timeshare Pe
riod Week (E)51 in Condo
minium Unit No. 406401

Count 6 ELIZABETH LOUISE
HOWARD and TANYA
LASHAUM HARGROVE
Timeshare Period Week
(E)7 in Condominium Unit
No.402301

Count 7 OSCAR JAIMES
Timeshare Period Week
(0)16 in Condominium Unit
No. 501208

Count 8 IRVIN JENNINGS
Timeshare Period Week
(E)26 in Condominium Unit
No.406201

Count 9 RAFAEL E. MEJIA
and YULY ANDREA MEJIA
Timeshare Period Week
(0)7 in Condominium Unit
No. 503302

Count 10 MARIO RIGOB
ERTO PERALTAand MARIA
C. VERAS Timeshare Period
Week (0)7 in Condominium
Unit No. 502206

COUNT 11 ANDERSON LL
ROMANHUKI Timeshare Pe
riod Week (E)26 in Condo
minium Unit No. 502304

Count 12 ROLANDO DAVID
SAMPAGA and CHRISTINE
P. SAMPAGA Timeshare
Period Week (E)26 in Con
dominium Unit No. 408301

Count 13 JASON LEE SARE
Timeshare Period Week
(E)16 in Condominium Unit
No. 402402

Count 14 WILLIAM 0.
VAZQUEZ ALICEA and
MAGDA RIVERA MAESTRE
Timeshare Period Week
(0)9 in Condominium Unit
No. 502202

Count 15 DILCIA MARGA
RITA ZUNIGA and ASEN
CION ZUNIGA Timeshare
Period Week (0)31 in Con
dominium Unit No. 502105
Dated June 13, 2011
NEIL KELLY
Clerk of the Court
By: /sV.UHL
Deputy Clerk
Paul M. Caldwell, Esquire
Post Office Box 120069
Clermont, FL34712
Ad: 00285493
Date: June 24 &July 1,
2011

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION

File No. 2011CP000632
Section: MJH

IN RE: JOSEPH B. PERRY
Deceased.

NOTICE TO
ADMINISTRATION

The administration of the
estate of JOSEPH B.
PERRY, deceased, is pend
ing in the Circuit Court for
Lake County, Florida, Pro
bate Division, the address
of which is 550 W. Main
Street, Tavares, FL 32778.
The estate is Testate. If the
estate is estate, the date of
the decedent's Will is Octo
ber 20,2009.

The names and addresses
of the personal represent
tive and the personal repre
sentative's attorney are set
forth below.

Any interested person on
whom a copy of the notice
of administration is served
who challenges the validity
of the Will or any Codicils,
qualification of the personal
representative, venue or ju
risdiction of the Court is re
quired to file any objection
with the Court in the man
ner provided in the Florida
Probate Rules WITHIN THE
TIME REQUIRED BY LAW.
which is on or before the
date that is 3 months after
the date of service of a copy
of the Notice of Administra
tion on that person, or those
objections are forever
barred.

A petition for determination
of exempt property is re
quired to be filed by or on
behalf of any person enti
tied to exempt property un
der �732.402 WITHIN THE
TIME REQUIRED BY LAW,
which is on or before the
later of the date that is 4
months after the date of
service of a copy of the No
twice of Administration on
such person or the date that
is 40 days after the date of
termination of any proceed
ing involving the construe
tion, admission to probate,
or validity of the will or in
volving any other matter af


fecting any part of the ex
empt property, or the right
of such person to exempt
property is deemed waived.

An election to take an elec
tive share must be filed by
or on behalf of the surviving
spouse entitled to an elec
tive share under
�732.201-�732.2155
WITHIN THE TIME RE
QUIRED BY LAW, which is
on or before the earlier of
the date that is 6 months
after the date of service of a
copy of the Notice of Ad
ministration on the surviving
spouse, or an attorney in
fact or a guardian of the
property of the surviving
spouse, or the date that is 2


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Notices
years after the date of the
decedent's death. The e
time for filing an election to
take an elective share may
be extended as provided in
the Florida Probate Rules.

The date of first publication
of this notice is June 17,
2011

Attorney for Personal Rep
resentative:
/s/ROBERT E. SHARBAUGH,
P.A.
ROBERT E. SHARBAUGH,
P.A.
Florida Bar No. 715158
Law Office of ROBERT E.
SHARBAUGH, P.A.
700 Central Avenue, Suite
402
St. Petersburg, Fl 33701
Telephone: (727) 898-3000

Personal Representative:
/s/HILDA JORDAN
HILDA JORDAN
144-20 223rd Street
Jamaica, NY 11413
Ad. No: 00283870
June 17&24, 2011


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION

File No. 2011 CP-000349
Division Probate

IN RE: PEGGY PAULINE
COX
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the
estate of Peggy Pauline
Cox, deceased, whose date
of death was March 3,
2011, and whose social se
curity number is
XXX-XX-5555, is pending in
the Circuit Court for Lake
County, Florida, Probate Di
vision, the address of which
is 550 West Main Street,
Tavares, FL 32778. The
names and addresses of
the personal representative
and the personal represent
tative's attorney are set
forth below.

All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom
a copy of this notice is re
quired to be served must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLIC
CATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.

All other creditors of the de
cedent and other persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate
must file their claims with
this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.

The date of first publication
of this notice is June 17,
2011.

Attorney for Personal Rep
resentative:
/s/Merideth C. Nagel, Esq.,
Merideth C. Nagel, Esq.,
Florida Bar Number:
0113141
MERIDETH C. NAGEL, P.A.
450 East Hwy. 50, Suite 4
Clermont, FI 34711
(352) 394 7408 (telephone)
(352) 394 7298 (facsimile)

Personal Representative:
/s/Richard H. Langley, Peti
tioner

Ad. No: 00284274
June 17&24,2011
2011
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION

File No. 2011 CP-000749
Division Probate

IN RE: ANTHONY ALFRED
ANGELASTRO
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the
estate of Anthony Alfred An
gelastro, deceased, whose
date of death was May 20,
2011, and whose social se
curity number is
XXX XX 1601, is pending in
the Circuit Court for Lake
County, Florida, Probate Di
vision, the address of which
is 550 West Main Street,
Tavares, FL 32778. The
names and addresses of
the personal representative
and the personal represent
tative's attorney are set
forth below.

All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom
a copy of this notice is re
quired to be served must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLIC
CATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the de


cedent and other persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate
must file their claims with
this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.

NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.


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Notices

The date of first publication
of this notice is June 17,
2011.

Attorney for Personal Rep
resentative:
/s/Merideth C. Nagel, Esq.,
Merideth C. Nagel, Esq.,
Florida Bar Number:
0113141
MERIDETH C. NAGEL, P.A.
450 East Hwy. 50, Suite 4
Clermont, Fl 34711
(352) 394-7408 (telephone)
(352) 394-7298 (facsimile)
Personal Representative:
/s/Ernest Angelastro
Ernest Angelastro
10419 Lago Louisa Court
Clermont, Florida 34711

Ad. No: 00284145
June 17 & 24, 2011
2011


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION

File No. 2011 CP-671 GRS
Division Probate

IN RE: MARTHA M. LINN
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the
estate of MARTHA M. LINN,
deceased, whose date of
death was August 6, 2010,
is pending in the Circuit
Court for Lake County, Flor
ida, Probate Division, the
address of which is P.O.
Box 7800, Tavares, FL
32778. The names and ad
dresses of the personal rep
resentative and the per
sonal representative's attor
ney are set forth below.

All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom
a copy of this notice is re
quired to be served must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLIC
CATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.

All other creditors of the de
cedent and other persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate
must file their claims with
this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.

NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.

The date of first publication
of this notice is June 17,
2011.

Attorney for Person Repre
tentative:
/s/Dennis L. Horton
Dennis L. Horton, P.A.
Attorney for KERI LEE LINN
Florida Bar No.187991
DENNIS L. HORTON, P.A.
900 WEST HIGHWAY 50
CLERMONT, FL 34711
Telephone:(352)394-4008
Fax:(352)394-5805
E-Mail:
dennishorton@aol.com

Personal Representative:
/s/Keri Lee Llnn
KERI LEE LINN
38 Corvair Lane
Inwood, West Virginia
25428

Ad. No:00284347
June 17 & 24, 2011
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION

File No. 2011CP000632
Section: MJH

IN RE: JOSEPH B. PERRY
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the
estate of JOSEPH B.
PERRY, deceased, whose
date of death was Novem
ber 26, 2009, and whose
social security number is
106-32-1471, is pending in
the Circuit Court for Lake
County, Florida, Probate Di
vision, the address of which
is 550 W. Main Street Ta
vares, FL 32778. The
names and addresses of
the personal representative
and the personal represent
tative's attorney are set
forth below.

All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom
a copy of this notice is re
quired to be served must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLIC
CATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.

All other creditors of the de
cedent and other persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate
must file their claims with
this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.


ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.

NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.

The date of first publication
of this notice is June 17,
2011

Attorney for Personal Rep
resentative:
/s/ROBERT E. SHARBAUGH,


B11


003 Legal
Notices
P.A.
ROBERT E. SHARBAUGH,
P.A.
Florida Bar No. 715158
Law Office of ROBERT E.
SHARBAUGH, P.A.
700 Central Avenue, Suite
402
St. Petersburg, Fl 33701
Telephone: (727) 898-3000

Personal Representative:
/s/HILDA JORDAN
HILDA JORDAN
144-20 223rd Street
Jamaica, NY 11413
Ad. No: 00283810
June 17& 24, 2011


NEED A CARP

CHECK OUT

CLASSIFIED

SECTION 11001

100
Announcement


104 Special
Notices

THE CITY OF CLER-
MONT is seeking a
Clermont resident in-
terested in volunteer-
ing to serve on the Po-
lice Pension Board of
Trustees. If you are in-
terested in serving,
please submit a letter
of request and include
a resume to the City of
Clermont, Joe Van
Zile, 685 W. Montrose
Street, Clermont, FL
34711


105 Positions
Wanted

LICENSED CNA
10+yrs. exp. Honest,
compassionate care.
Call 352-874-4074


106 Personals

ANGELA BARRETT- I've
been looking for you.
Remember me? We
worked together at
Florida Waterman in
'05. My name is
Mark. I just wanted
to know how you
have been.
mrwpb2011@yahoo.
com

OLDER GENTLEMAN
looking for a female
for a relationship.
Call 352-551-4071


150 Good Food

U-PICK BLUBEBI-HIES
'Till mid July
Clermont
marksblueberries.com
352-394-2135






200

At Your

Service




234 Pavers

EASTCOAST STONE
PAVERS INC.
Brick Paving
Driveways, Patios &
Pool Decks Clean Seal
352-978-3181
Lic # CGC060704
eastcoaststonepavers.
com


281 Roofing





McHALE ROOFING INC.
Re-Roofs and Repairs
Tile, Metal, Shingles
Flat Roofs &
Mobile Homes
Excel. Ref's Avail.
Licensed & Insured
CCC1328197
Call: 352-255-2758


300

Financial


400

Employment



405
Professional

FACILITATOR
LEESBURG
SELF-SUFFICIENCY
JOB CENTER
Must have experience
working with disadvan-
taged populations.
Teach Job Club in the
Goodwill Leesburg Job
Center and in the sur-
rounding area. Work
with clients in their job
search process.
Should have marketing
& teaching experience.
Must have experience
with job placement.
Must have excellent in-
terpersonal skills, good
computer skills and
must be organized.
Degree preferred.
Email resume to:
iclas@goodwillcfl.org
EOE/DFWP/AA


TEACHING
POSITIONS
Available at Altoona
School, Inc. for the
2011-2012 school
year. Two full time ele-
mentary teaching posi-
tions, one 4th grade
and one 5th grade.
Elementary Certifica-
tion required.
Email to: schmidtw@
altoonaschool.org
with Resume in the
subject field
or fax resume to:
352-669-3407
Call 352-669-3444
with questions





















ACTIVITIES/SALE
DIRECTOR FT
Planning Scheduling
Activities & events.
Prepare monthly new
letters booking enter-
tainment, planning din-
ners & catering events,
showing homes & exe-
cuting sales contracts.
Do background checks
on potential buyers.
Must be able to do
outside marketing to
promote the commu-
nity. Must have flex.
schedule. If selected
must pass background
check & have clean
driving record. Benefits
avail. EOE.
Call 352-357-8882










COLDWELL BANKER
Tony Hubbard Realty,
1795 E. Hwy 50, Cler-
mont Fl. 34711, is
now interviewing for 2
full time Real Estate
Agents. Call Tony @
407-948-8038 (cell)

SALES POSITIONS
F/T & P/T, for boost-
mobile dealer in Eustis
Experience. a must.
Apply at:
407 Plaza Drive, Eustis


410 Sales

INDEPENDENT SALES
POSITION
The Daily Commercial
is expanding our
product lines.
We are seeking a
highly motivated and
organized professional
Independent Sales
Person for advertising
& marketing.
Email or fax resumes
to: humanresources@
dailycommercial.com
352-365-1951
Attention: Human
Resources Director
EOE

420 Customer
Service
Employment

INSURANCE AGENCY
SEEKS
CUSTOMER SERVICE
REPRESENTATIVE - FT
Exp. & 4-40 Lic. pre-
ferred: excel. people
skills & computer
knowledge a must.
Email resume to:
glennvann@allstate.com

425 Clerical

CLOSING PROCESSOR
Real Estate or mort-
gage background.
Quickbooks exp. Good
people skills. Banking,
& finance background
a +. Leesburg area.
Fax resume to:
386-788-9914

CLOSING PROCESSOR
Real Estate or mort-
gage background.
Quickbooks exp. Good
people skills. Banking,
& finance background
a +. Leesburg area.
Fax resume to:
386-788-9914

435 Medical

EMPLOYEE FULL TIME
Needed for busy surgi-
cal practice in Lees-
burg. Medical Office
exp. necessary, re-
sponsibilities include:
insurance verification
authorization and/or
referrals, collection of
co-payment, answer-
ing phones, scheduling
appointments & physi-
cian/patient contact.
Medical manager/in-
tergy exp. preferred.
Fax resume to:
352-787-8705 or
Email to:
lohi@ocalaheart.com

FRONT DESK/ MA
Growing practice, must
have experience.
Fax resume to:
352-259-1132





Internal Medicine
office looking for
MEDICAL ASST.
W/PHLEBOTOMY
Full-Time Position
The Villages
& Leesburg
Must have office
Exp. Benefits
Fax resumes to:
352-360-0404 or
E-mail to:
densherl@comcast.net

MEDICAL ASSISTANT
& FRONT DESK - FT,
OFFICE EXP. A PLUS
BENEFITS
FAX: 352-324-4020


MEDICAL ASSISTANTS
EXPERIENCED
Needed for busy Inter-
nal Medicine office
near The Villages.
Must be able to handle
fast paced environ-
ment and be a team
player. Phlebotomy
skills a plus. Some
Saturday are req'd.
and wkly hrs vary.
Fax resume to:
352-693-2476 or
Email to:
joanne@lvimmd.net

MEDICAL RECORDS
Excel. opportunity,
strong computer skills,
billing background a
must. $12-$14/hr. de-
pending on exp.
Call 877-234-6820


435 Medical

MEDICAL SECRETARY
Needed in Leesburg
Thur. & Fri. for busy
medical organization.
Micro Soft & Excel exp.
required.
Fax resume to:
352-622-5771 or
Email to:
lohi@ocalaheart.com

450 Trades

ASPHALT LABORERS
5 yrs. Asphalt exp.
CDL a plus.
Apply: 101 Weber Ave.
Leesburg FL. DFWP
352-365-0006

AUTO MAINT.
MECHANIC F/T
Call Robert at:
352-396-2790

CSR/DISPATCHER
Needed Immediately
For The Daily
Commercial
Must be able to work
weekends and holidays
between the hours of
6:00 am and 5:00pm.
This is a part-time en-
try level position. Posi-
tion requires excellent
communication skills,
superior computer and
phone skills with the
ability to multi-task.
Prior Customer Service
experience is a plus.
Please send resume to
humanresources@
dailycommercial.com
fax to 352-365-8229
or apply in person at
212 E. Main St.
Leesburg
EOE

DRIVERS WANTED
With own 4 door car.
Nights & Weekends.
Call 352-455-0168





NEEDED IMMEDIATELY
The Daily Commercial
is accepting
applications for our
Circulation Dept.
Successful candidate
would be self-moti-
vated and a leader.
Management, sales
and marketing a plus.
Primary responsibilities
include management
of newspaper delivery
and sales. Variable,
flex work schedule.
This is a full time sala-
ried position with
monthly bonus incen-
tives. Valid drivers li-
cense and insurance
required.
Please apply to:
Daily Commercial
212 East Main Street
Leesburg, FL 34748
or fax resume to:
352-365-1951
or e-mail resume to:
humanresources@
dailycommercial.com
background check and
drug test required. EOE

PAINTERS
Exp'd. w/valid Florida
drivers license.
Apply in person
between 8am-5pm at:
833 CR 466A
Fruitland Park

DRIVERS
$1000 SIGN-ON
BONUS
Up to .55cpm running
flatbed over the road.
No tarping! Great
benefit pkg! CDL-A,
clean background &
MVR required.
Call 888-567-4969

ROOFERS
EXPERIENCE A MUST
Own tools & truck.
Call 352-751-1471


455
Restaurants/
Hotels/Clubs

BARTENDER
Needed P/T for restau-
rant/lounge. Must have
2+ years of bartending
exp., strong work ethic
& friendly personality.
Apply at
Continental
Country Club
Admin. Office
50 Continental Blvd
Wildwood
Drug-free work place


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455
Restaurants/
Hotels/Clubs

SERVERS
Please apply in person:
O'Keefe's Irish Pub
Downtown Tavares.

470 General

ANIMAL HOSPITAL
NEEDS VET TECH. - FT
W/EXP. BENEFITS.
CALL 352-408-8098
ASSOCIATE REPS
SUMMER WORK
GREAT PAY
Immed. FT/PT open-
ings. Customer
sales/svc, no exp. nec-
essary. Cond apply.
Call 352-504-4622





CARRIERS
The Daily Commercial
has NEW delivery
routes available for the
LAKE & SUMTER
COUNTY AREAS




Daily Commercial
212 E. Main St.
Leesburg
Candidates must have
reliable transportation,
Drivers License & Ins.
EOE

CNA
FULL TIME
11pm - 7am




Home Health Services
331 Raintree Drive
Altoona, FL 32702
(352) 669-2133
Fax (352) 669-1170
Email:
joanh@d-s-i.com
EOE
COMMERCIAL LAWN
EQUIP. OPERATOR
Must be dependable
w/6+ months exp.
Apply at:
Admin Bldg.
Continental
Country Club
Wildwood
Drug Free Work Place
COOK EXP'D - PT
Sm. Senior Community
Leesburg area.
352-728-1999
IF YOU NEED
$100 to $200 A DAY
COMMISSION, WITH
HELP FROM OTHERS.
Seeking clean cut, mo-
tivated money making
individuals. Have own
transportation. MUST
have outside Sales
exp., Lawn Care, Ca-
ble, Magazines, News-
paper etc. Must be
ready to work. One of
the easiest sales you
will ever make. Eustis,
Clermont & Lady Lake
are open.
Call Ed
352-217-9937
Oakland Presbyterian
Church seeking PT
PAID YOUTH LEADER
Seeking candidates
with strong faith in Je-
sus Christ and leader-
ship skills. Exp. in
youth ministry is a
plus. Must also be
flexible and have good
people skills.
To submit a resume,
send via email to:
welcome@
oaklandpres.org





500
Pets/Animals



501 Pets
For Sale
AUSTRIAN SHEPHERD.
8 mc. Hcusc trained,

ADOPTED!!!
BLUE PITBULL PUPPIES,
1 male & 1 female.
$300. each. Call
352-460-5041
CATS (3) all free to good
home. Please call
352-323-0874 or
352-551-6645
DOG Golden Retriever
mix. not good
w/young children.
Free. 483-1327
DOG Pekingese Adult
male, neutered. Free
to Great home! Call
352-787-7727
DOG Pit Heath cert. up
to date. Lake Cnty.
ID. Free to good
home. 552-8603
GUINEA PIGS (2) male.
w/cage, food & etc.


Must be together.
Free 352-551-4473
KITTENS (5) 8 wks old.
FREE TO GOOD
HOME. Please call
727-251-1814
KITTENS 8 weeks old. +
$5. gas money to
come & take one.
Free. 352-669-9732
KITTENS 8 weeks old. 3
male & 1 female.
FREE TO GOOD
HOME. 787-7132

KITTENS
Free to good homes!
Call 352-516-9652


501 Pets
For Sale
KITTENS 8 wks old.
FREE TO A GOOD
HOME. Please call
352-406-1737
KITTENS 9 wk. Very lov-
ing & playful. Free to
good home. Call
352-308-7926
KITTENS Free to a good
home. Playful &
fluffy. Please call
352-636-1279
KITTENS, Tabby, tigers,
black & gray. Free to
good home. Call
352-267-8010
LABRADOR Chocolate,
(2) males. 2 & 3 yrs.
old. FREE TO GOOD
HOME. 267-4739
PITBULL MIX Free to
good home. Family
dog, friendly. House
trained. 589-7819
ROTTWEILER LABRA-
DOR Mix Mom on
premises. 8wks, old
docked tails & dew
claws removed.
Health Cert. $75.
352-504-2807

560 Pet
Supplies

AQUARIUM 10 gal.
Good Cond. $15.
Call 352-504-2327
AQUARIUM 5 gallon
w/light & all acces-
sories. $25. Call
352-483-0992
AQUARIUM for Reptile.
17 x 36. Screen top.
Like new. $45. Call
352-446-0959
AQUARIUMS for Snakes
w/accessories. 12 x
12 x 30 & 10 x 12
20. $100. 636-1279
BIRD CAGE
16Wx11Dx22H, new
cond. $25. Call
352-753-1834
BIRD CAGE 3'H x20"W
with stand on
wheels. $40. Call
561-398-3811
BIRD CAGE, hangs on
floor stand. New. 29"
high 33"x15". $100.
352-748-9611
CAGE wooden,
6'Hx3'Lx24"W, ask-
ing $25. Please call
352-357-3616
CRATE Dog small to
Medium. $35. Please
call 352-357-2771
DOG CRATE med. w/tray
excel, cond. Asking
$30. Please call
352-357-2459
FISH TANK 30 gallon
setup for snakes.
$30. Please call
352-978-2860
FISH TANK 40 gallon,
some accessories.
$35. Please call
352-978-2860




600
Merchandise
Mart



601 Antiques
BED 3/4 size 46" x 80"
mattress, box spring
rails & board. $100
352-343-1539
CLOCK electric Sail Ship
good shape. Made
by Uniter. $95. Call
352-793-5741
CLOCK electric Sail Ship
good shape. Made
by Uniter. $95. Call
352-793-5741
MANTLE CLOCK ATKINS
Circa 1860 orig. fin-
ish & movement. Call
for appt to view. Ask-
ing $400. Call
352-343-7186
MANTLE CLOCK Circa
1903 Ingraham orig.
finish & movement.
Call for appt to view.
Asking $400. Call
352-343-7186
MIRROR 25"L x 11"W.
$35. Please call
352-728-4756 after
5pm
PIANO STOOL w/back
solid oak claw feet.
Excel. Cond. $95.
352-347-7350
SOFA Wicker antique,
Metal spring cush-
ions. Needs work.
$75.352-516-5115
TABLE 36"x66" folding,
good cond. $95.
Please call
352-357-8909

603 Collectibles

CASE OF COCA COLA
24 full bottles. $100.


Please call
352-314-3458

CERAMIC BISQUE
ANGELS $10.
Call 352-787-5917
CIVIL WAR engravings
(4) 8x10 framed &
matted. All $48. Call
352-702-0529

CIVIL WAR Harpers En-
gravings, gold
framed 14x18 color
$99. 352-702-0529

DEPRESSION GLASS
(10) Jello mold. $80.
Call 352-728-5262


603 Collectibles
DISHES Red Wing. Fruit
& flowers pale pink
background. $80.
352-568-5155
DOLLS Groucho Marx.
WC Fields & George
Burns. All for $100.
Call 352-383-2398
FIGURINES several. Nor-
man Rockwell unlim-
ited edition. $100.
352-314-9537
KNIVES (3) Easy Rider,
Ford & Harley David-
son. $50 for the set.
352-323-1988.
ORNAMENTS (20)
Hallmark Angel. $185.
Call 352-987-8517
PLATES LENOX (8)
HOLY FAMILY. $360.
352-987-8517
SPOONER collection (5
pcs), (Early American
pattern glass). $100.
Call 352-343-4802
STATE QUARTERS, 50
all in book "AU".
$25. Call after 9 am.
352-259-5629

604 Furniture
ALL NEW Queen-size
Orthopedic Pillow
Top mattress w/box
springs only $375,
w/warranty. Can de-
liver. 352-243-1021
Appliances With
Warranties $75 & up!
Used Beds all sizes!
*Buy * Sell * Trade
* Fast delivery
call Buzzy's
352-315-9886
www.buzzysbeds.com
ARMCHAIR Antique Par-
lor w/needlepoint
back. $95.obo. Call
352-365-1684
BAR CHAIRS (tall) Brown
w/taupe seats. (2)
$40 for both. Call
352-987-8517
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 complete queen,
modern --Blnd
framO. Geed :cnd.
SOLD
BED full size w/mat-
tress, box spring &
frame. $95. Call
352-357-8381
BED, King size w/mat-
tress & box spring.
Excel. cond. $100.
Call 352-460-0706
BEDS Circa 1930's.
Twin Pineapple
posts. $95. The Vil-
lages. 215-9911
CHAIRS swivel (2) light
9grcn. Good oond.
$30 for both. Call
SOLD
CHAISE LOUNGE/BED
springs & mattress
26" x 68". $30.
352-343-1539
CHEST OF DRAWERS
w/5 drawers, excel.
cond. $70. Call
352-460-0706
CHEST OF DRAWERS
white wood, like
new. $55. Call
352-365-0015
COFFEE TABLE 43" oc-
tagon glass w/black
metal base. $20. Call
352-821-2801
COFFEE TABLE French
Country, 40" square
x 18"H, custom built,
$100.326-9419
COFFEE TABLE glass
w/2 matching end
tables. $50 obo. Call
352-461-3267
COFFEE TABLE LARGE,
metal legs w/tile top,
52"Lx35"Wx16.5"H
$75. 383-4903
COFFEE TABLE, 34"
round, Maple w/lazy
Susan top. $50. Call
352-360-2654
COMPUTER DESK
Hutch style. $30.
Call 352-324-2408
COUCH French Provin-
cial w/wooden claw
legs. good cond.
$100.787-5917
COUCH Italian Leather &
2 swivel recliners.


Good cond. Beige
$800. 343-3939
DINETTE 42" round w/4
chairs & 18" leaf.
$155. obo. Call
352-728-1227

DINETTE CHAIR (2)
pastel cushions. $100.
Call 352-435-4669
DINETTE TABLE 42"
beveled glass top.
Rattan $50. Call
352-435-4669

DINING CHAIRS set of 4,
blue floral, white
wash rattan on cast-
ers. $50. 267-4632


604 Furniture
DINING ROOM TABLE
glass top 39" x 60",
w/4 chairs. $75.
352-455-5007
DINING TABLE 42"
round, solid oak,
pedestal. $80. Call
Andy 267-4632
END TABLE Step-type
Ethan Allen Hard
Rock Maple $75. Call
352-787-6855
END TABLES 1 Lt. Oak
w/drawer. 1 dark oak
w/double drawer.
$75.352-429-2742
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER 51 x 18 x 41.
Dark Oak. $ 100.
Call 352-753-2742
ENTERTAINMENT
STAND holds 40"
television. $30. Call
352-461-3267
FUTON BED white wood
frame w/mattress.
$50. Please call
352-455-0873
GLIDER alum., from
1950's. Asking
$100. Please call
352-735-1570
GRANDFATHER CLOCK
Howard Miller. Lt oak
finish. Good cond.
$350. 343-3939
HEAD & FOOTBOARD,
Mission style. Wood.
$75 obo. Call
626-324-7283
HUTCH (2 pcs), Pine, cut
out hearts. Sliver
Lake Area $100
352-323-8240
HUTCH Antique finish.
Lt. green & yellow.
$200. Good cond.
Call 352-343-3939
KITCHEN TABLE For-
mica wood drop leaf
(29 x 47) & 2 chairs.
$45. 352-787-6921
KITCHEN TABLE Glass
top w/4 rolling
chairs, has extra top.
$200. 343-3939
KITCHEN TABLE High
top w/6 chairs.
Wood. $250. Obo.
Call 352-557-5005
KITCHEN TABLE w/4
green designed pad-
ded chairs. $50.
561-398-3811
LOVE SEAT
w/cushion & pillows.
$60. 352-459-8603
LOVE SEAT w/slip cover
& DAY BED mustard
color, new. $100.
352-383-4903
MATTRESS & BOX
SPRING Queen, good
cond. $75. obo. Call
352-321-2667
MATTRESS & BOX
SPRINGS King, excel.
cond. $220. obo Call
352-728-1227
MATTRESS dbl. good
cond. $50. Call
352-365-9941
NEERLEE NEW
FURNISHINGS
Gently Used Home
Furnishings
Showroom
3320 US Hwy.
441/27, Fruitland Park
(old Phillips Dealership)
352-315-1000
neerleenew
furnishings.com
RECLINER & 4 DRAWER
DRESSER . Good
cond. $50. Call
352-551-9396
RECLINER rocker, navy
blue (small). Excel.
cond. $50. Call
352-326-5169
ROCKER Nearly New!
$60. Please call
352-728-3751
ROCKER/RECLINER Big
Man swivels, tan.
New $450. Asking
$99. 352-728-1591
ROCKER/RECLINER Me-
dium sized, Rust in
color. $25. Call
352-821-2217
ROCKING CHAIR Cloth.
Very good cond. Lt.
green. $40. Call
352-742-1459
ROCKING CHAIR
wooden with decals
of flowers. $50. Call
352-217-1773
TABLE Dining Room.
Oak. 4' x 8' w/4
chairs. $100 obo.
Call 352-602-5793
SOFA&LOVESEAT
WHITE. $150.
352-987-8517
SOFA BED dbl. inner
spring mattress, blue

SOLD!
SOFA Italian leather light
tan, 7' long, good
cond. $100. Call
352-314-2981
SOFA SLEEPER, Levitz
pastel floral. $200.
obo. Please call
352-728-1227


SOFA, 3 pillow size. Mi-
cro-suede, BrFew
Good cngd. 1 yr ol
$99. SOLD
SOFA, RECLINER &
OVERSIZED CHAIR,
green, soft leather.
Excel. cond. $750.
obo 352-253-1068

STORAGE CABINET
Dockside, 29"H
x16"W x36L. $75.
Call 352-750-2842
TABLE & CHAIRS (4),
cushioned. Excel
White PVC. $95 for
all. 352-323-0807


604 Furniture
TABLE 42" rd. drop leaf
oak finish, w/4 pad-
ded chairs. $60. Call
352-357-0309
TABLE 50" round w/4
chairs, natural wood.
$50. Please call
352-357-8909
TABLE Dining Room.
Oak w/4 chairs, Nice
Bushnell. $100. Call
352-815-0268
TABLE Dining Room.
Oak. 4' x 8' w/4
chairs. $100 obo.
Call 352-602-5793
TABLE Mahogany 32" x
18" x 33", w/drawer
and lower shelf.
$35. 352-357-4202
TABLE w/4 Chairs (store
inside table), 2/drop
leaves light wood.
$60. 352-394-1395
TABLE Wrought Iron
w/glass top & w/4
chair $100. Call
352-735-1570
TELEVISION CABINET
Oak, cabinet doors.
Asking $75. Call
386-868-8757




iE.:TuNAi SOFA
Brand New!
and/or SOFA LOVE
SEAT $550
Can deliver!
352-243-1021
WALL MIRRORS (2)
Carolina Walnut.
23.5" x 48". $50.
both 724-309-4915

605 Appliances
AIR CONDITIONER
GE 5000 BTU. $75.
352-348-5843
COFFEE MAKER Keurig
brand new. Sell for
$45 new cost $150.
Call 352-636-9340
COFFEE POT Keurig sin-
gle cup white & sil-
ver. Like New! $25.
352-617-1935
DRYER gas used very
little. Asking $75.
Call 352-516-7181
DRYER Kenmore. Heavy
duty, large capacity.
$80. Please call
352-753-4281
DRYER Roper White,
electric. Great cond.
$100. Please call
352-615-1536
DRYER, Elec Whirlpool

SOLD 1ST DAY
FREEZER, UPRIGHT Lg.
Kenmore. $100.
Call 352-259-0347
GAS STOVE Bisque in
color. Excel, cond.
$125. Please call
407-719-1856
MICROWAVE Lg.
Sharp Carousel. $40.
Call 352-455-0873
MICROWAVE fits over
the oven, black. Ask-
ing $100. Call
407-719-1856
MICROWAVE Sunbeam
700 watt. White.
Works great. $20.
Call 352-669-5960
MICROWAVE w/2 yr.
warranty New $55.
Call 352-702-7123
OVEN NuWave Infrared,
good cond. $45.
Please call
352-821-3125
REFRIGERATOR Dorm
size. 18" x 33". GE.
$65. Please call
352-255-7623
REFRIGERATOR Polar-
star, 31H ::214"W
,,oa"n $a. n Cal
SOLD
REFRIGERATOR Whirl-
pool side by side.
70. R IGE , Kn-d. ll
SOLD
REFRIGERATOR, Ken-

SOLD
ROASTING PAN Cook
Essential, electric. 8
quart like new. $20.
352-323-0070
ROTISSERIE extra Ig.
Professional. Can fit
up to 2 chickens.
$99 352-787-8111
SMOKER Elec. Brink-
man. Like new. $20.
352-669-5960
VACUUM, Kenmore up-
right bagless. Hepa
filter like new. $60.
352-343-4111
WASHER & DRYER
good shape. $100.
Call 352-460-4246
WASHER Whirlpool,
white, works well.
$100. Please call
407-244-6990


WASHER white, excel.

SOLD

606 Electronics
AMPLIFIER/RECEIVER
Yamaha, RX-V592
230 watts. $55 CALL
352-455-6520
BOOM BOX Memorex
w/CD/AM/FM. port-
able $50. Brand
new. 352-978-7461
CAMERA Nikon EM,
35mm, with tele-
photo. $50 obo.
352-753-7692
TELEVISION 20" Color
RCA w/remote. $50.
Call 352-874-0553


606 Electronics
CAMERA OLYMPUS
Digital C-750 1OX
Zoom w/manual.
$50.352-742-4670
CELL CASES 6 assorted,
(1) Samsung Epic
Body Glove all $25
352-324-2559
CELL PHONE Sprint LG
3g, w/camera &
video. Like new.
$25. 352-483-5660
FLIGHT SIMULATOR for
PC, 3 games, 3 con-
trollers. excel, cond.
$25.352-483-5660
PLAYSTATION 1, w/2
controllers & memory
card. 6 mo old. $25.
352-227-8517
SPEAKERS (2) Sansui
w/grill fronts. Excel.
cond. $85. Call
352-753-2854
SPEAKERS 4 Jensen
model STV880 &
Boston Acoustic.
$50. 352-551-9396
STEREO components in
cabinet, & floor
speakers $35.
352-259-5629
STEREO CONSOLE
w/turn table & radio.
Excel. cond. $100.
obo 352-874-2262
STEREO SPEAKERS, In-
finity RS5001, 1 pr.
$95. Call
352-455-6520
SURROUND SOUND
System RCA. 6
speakers & radio.
$75.352-406-1595
TELEVISION 50" Good
cond. w/remote.
$100 Please call
352-365-9519
TELEVISION 15" LCD,
Slim, w/remote, Per-
fect cond. $45. Call
352-326-0796
TELEVISION 15" LCD,
Slim, w/remote, Per-
fect cond. $45. Call
352-326-0796
TELEVISION 20" Color
RCA w/remote. $50.
Call 352-874-0553
TELEVISION 27" Curtis
Mathes. w/remote.
Works good. $45.
Call 352-259-3522
TELEVISION RCA 27"
HD, flat screen (not
slim) prefect cond.
$40. 352-259-8090
TELEVISION Sylvania
colored, 13" used
once. Asking $25.
352-483-0992
TELEVISION w/remote
RCA 20" Like new.
$50. 352-874-0553
TELEVISION,Magnavox
27" Color $50.
352-396-6346

13" Color $25.
352-396-6346

624 Children's
items
CLOTHING for girls. Size
6 to 6X. Over 200
pieces. $100. for all.
Call 352-253-0245
CRIB LA Baby Metal,
folding, full size &
portable. $80. Call
352-742-8246
GIRLS CLOTHES size
10-14, shoes 3-5 &
toys. $100/obo. Call
352-750-1196
STROLLER hard plas-
tic, good cond.
$35. 504-6406
SWING Fisher Price. Ex-
cel cond. Neutral. Up
to 25 Ibs. $60.
352-787-6312
TELEVISION Mickey
Mouse. $50. Call
321-527-0681

625 Building
Supplies/
Materials
KITCHEN SINK cast iron
porcelain w/faucet.
$75. Please call
352-205-3756
LADDER 6' wooden.
Used but trustworthy.
$12. Obo. Call
352-223-5532
SINK bathroom, shell
shape design,
24"x22". $25. Call
352-742-0894
TOILET American Stan-
dard. White, 6.0
LPF/1.6 GPF. $35.
352-978-1664
WATER HEATER ,ee


SOLD!!!
WATER SOFTENER SYS-
TEM for whole house
w/manuals. $100.
352-603-0940
WATER SOFTENER,
150 gallons, like
new, $500. obo. Call


352-227-4337
WINDOW DBL. Solid
PANES (5) 36" x 32
Good cond. $100.
Call 352-348-5682


626 Farm
Equipment

FARM TRACTOR 1948
8N Ford. $1000. Call
SOLD!!!!!!!

WAGON WHEEL all
steel, size 52"
across. & low mile-
age. $99. 233-0408


B13


629 Flea
Markets/Auctions
ON SITE PERSONAL
PROPERTY AUCTION
June 26th @ Noon
Preview June 25th
from Noon to 3pm,
3816 Rix Rd.
Lady Lake, FL.
'32 Ford Hi-Boy Road-
ster, '03 Honda
Shadow, '00 Cadillac,
'84 Baha Cruiser, '90
M700 Bobcat w/ac-
cessories. Shop equip.
collected over a life-
time to retired GM
Shop Mgr. Lg. collec-
tion LGB trains w/ac-
cessories. '91 Gibson
banjo. Lots of house-
hold, furn, incl. roll top
desk. photos & ad at
ww.auctionzip.com
ID# 19590 Phoenix
Auction Serv. AB2866,
AU1437. 10% buyers
prem added to all bids.

630 Garage Sales
FRUITLAND PARK
Sat. 8-2pm 900
Deer Glen Court.
Moving Sale! Toys,
household, misc.

635 Garden

CANNA-LILIES Bright
Orange.$5.00 in pot.
352-728-4913
CREPE MYRTLE Light
Pink, 1 Gallon. Con-
tainers. (20) $80. for
all. 352-787-1226
CUSTOM NAUTICAL SO-
LAR LIGHTS hand
made. $25. Kevin
352-589-1373
GRILL gas w/exchange
tank. $25. Call
352-227-8913
GRILL gas w/exchange
tank. $25. Call
352-227-8913
GRILL, GAS Charbroil
w/accessories. $45
obo 352-259-0347
HEDGE TRIMMER
Black & Decker. Elec.
$20.352-326-0631
LAWN CART heavy duty
6 cu.ft. extra wide
heavy duty wheels.
$30. 352-315-1294
LAWN MOWER 20 hp.
42". $300. Cash.
Call 357-6964
LAWN MOWER 22" self
propelled 6.25hp
Briggs, 6 mos. old.
$175. 753-7075
LAWN MOWER excel.
key start, Husqvarna
self propelled. $100
352-408-6819
LAWN MOWER no gas
or electric needed.
Used once. $50.
352-307-9462
LAWN MOWER Push,
22" self propelled.
Brand new. $200.
352-568-8083
LAWN MOWER quick
start, cond. Briggs &
Stratton eng. $40.
352-728-4913
LAWN SWEEPER,
Grafteamn,-worl'
good. $55. Gan
SOLD
MEXICAN PETUNIA
PLANTS, well eeted
10 for 1.00. Call
SOLD!!!
MOWER DECK, 5 weed-
ers, John Deere
Rider top. #12.5. Re-
pair. $60. 753-4281
MULCH Oakwood, (10
bags) 30 gallon
bags. $20. obo takes
all. 352-874-6959
PICNIC TABLE w/new
umbrella. 6' wood.
good cond. $100.
Call 352-391-5786
PLANT Aloe Vera 10yrs
old, healthy. You dig.
$5. Please call
352-429-0938
PLANTS 5 Four
O'Clocks. 1 Loquat
Tree. Some Ferns.
$6. 352-324-3025
PODOCARPUS(10)
shrubs. $80/all. Call
352-787-1226
POND LINER Pre-
formed. 58" x 45" x
16" deep. $30. Call
352-435-0055
RAIN BARREL $39.95.
Please call
352-394-7788
RIDING MOWER Hahn,
8hp, 30" cut, rear
engine, manual start,
rks groat. $155.
.a4-SOLD
RIDING MOWER Jete
Door, A135, lik

�a,-SOLD!!!!!
SMOKER 5.5' wood,
barrell type. $100
Call 352-753-9685
WEED EATER Black &
Decker. Elec. $25.
Call 352-326-0631
WEED EATER Feather
Lite 16" cut 25cc.


$45. Please call
352-753-7075
WHEEL BARROW 5cu.ft.
single tire in great
shape $50 Mascotte.
407-803-3264

640 Guns

AMMUNITION Winches-
ter 223, 55 grain
FMJ, 160 rounds.
$60. 324-2236

PISTOL HOLSTER Black
Hawk Serpa. Fits
Glock 26-27-33.
$25. 352-383-8075


640 Guns
SHOT GUN single shot.
20 gauge. Sawed off
stock. Nice $80.
352-874-5418

649 Medical
ADULT DIAPERS w/tabs,
Various sizes. New.
$7.00 Please call
352-357-0139
AIR PURIFIER Whirlpool,
filter remove pollen,
mold, dusk, smoke.
$45 obo. 787-7895
POWER WHEEL CHAIR
Jazzy Pride, 2 Ig
wheels, works great.
$500. 787-4423
SCOOTER 3 wheel has
basket & lights, new
batteries, good cond.
Only $250 Firm.
352-315-0984
SCOOTER 4 wheel Pride
Legend heavy duty
excel cond. 2 new
batteries basket &
lights. $800. Call
352-728-6108
WALKER 4 wheels
w/seat, basket &
brakes like new $50.
352-307-9462
WALKER alum.
w/wheels, like new.
$25. FIRM. Call
352-793-4019
WALKER d up .
w/wh..ls. E--t-
oond. $6. Please call
SOLD!!!
WHEELCHAIR elec.
needs battery. $95.
Call 352-728-5515

650 Computers
& Equip
COMPUTER newly re-
built, running XP.
$100. Call for info.
352-792-3875
LAPTOP Compaq Vista
software very good
cond. $100. Call
352-323-4862
PRINTER 4 in one.
Model 309 w/protec-
tion plan. $65. Call
352-323-8079
PRINTER Hewlett
Packard 3 in 1 Model
2110. Excel cond.
$45. 352-343-8470
PRINTER HP Deskjet
6540, good cond.
$10. Please call
352-357-3728
PRINTER HP Office Jet
4215 4-in-One. All
features work. $30.
Call 352-365-2301
ROUTER 2 wire, for
Internet connection
w/cables. $35. Call
352-430-0407
ROUTER cradlepoint
CTR, 350 & Sprint
U760 card both $45.
Call 352-324-2559
ROUTER Wireless
Linksys E3000. 3
wks old. Was $140.
$90. 352-787-0551
USB A PLUG TO A PLUG
TRANSFER CABLE
6'. New. Asking $5.
352-330-2251

652 Articles
For Sale
AFGHAN 71" x 52"W,
Homemade. $100.
Call 352-728-4756
After 5pm
AIR CONDITIONER Gib-
son, 4000 BTU, for
single room. $40.
FIRM 434-5314
AIR CONDITIONER Gib-
son, 4000 BTU, for
single room. $40.
FIRM 434-5314
AIR CONDITIONER
Samsung, w/remote
6000 BTU, 120V
$100. 308-9789
AIR CONDITIONER win-
dow unit 5200 Btu's.
Two for $100. Call
352-787-4407
AIR CONDITIONER
Window unit. $50.
Call 321-527-0681
AIR HANDLER Rheem
R-22. 3 ton. $290.
New! 352-383-4814
ARMY TROUSERS battle
dress uniform. Med.
reg. $8.00 Please
call 352-360-3335
ARTIFICIAL TREE
7' tall. Nice and full.
$65.352-787-2774
BAKING STONEWARE
Brown bag cookie art
w/recipes. (6) $25.
Call 352-787-0410

BANKERS BOX 20" x
28" x 12". 21 com-
partments. $15. Call
352-742-1887
BAR STOOL
Harley 30". $60.
Call 352-728-4329
BASEBALL CARDS
1,000 in shoe boxes.
$10. Please call


352-343-2253

BASEBALL CARDS,
unopened boxes. $10.
Call 352-343-2253

BATHING SUIT Janzen,
8 petite, matching
skirt. Never worn.
$15. 352-357-1363

BED SET King size,
comforter, skirt,
sheet set, & shams.
$40.352-787-5580
BLOUSES for Square
Dancing (4), $12.
Call 352-728-2550


652 Articles
For Sale
BOOKS (47) paper-
backs, mostly West-
erns. $30. takes all.
Call 352-243-2873
BOOKS mostly romance.
Over 50. All for $25.
Like new. Call
352-357-0766
BOOKS Westerns (30)
books. Asking $25.
Please call
352-357-4722
BRIDE MAIDS DRESSES
(2) white w/touch of
silver. Brand new.
$100. 702-2798
BUFFER POLISHER, 10",
like new several bon-
nets. $25. Call
352-742-0048
BUTCHER BLOCK 17"
sq. 35" high w/shelf
custom made. Sell
$50. 352-365-0938
CABINET for bathroom
w/sink. White 32 x
32.5. Perfect cond.
$20. 352-787-9435
CARPET CLEANER Hoo-
ver Steamvac, uphol-
stery. Excel. $100.
352-669-4140
CARPET CLEANER
Oreck cleans/rinse,
used 10 times. $95
obo. 352-383-7553
CHILDREN'S PILLOWS
(2) $12 for both Dora
and Diego Call
352-315-0550
COFFEE MAKER 12 cup
KitchenAid, glass ca-
rafe, New. Pd $189.
$99. 352-748-9611
COMFORTER SET New
w/sheets. Full size.
Multi color. $25 obo.
Call 352-787-0613
COMFORTER SETS (2)
King & 1 set of King
sheets. $100. obo
Call 352-748-5268
COOLERS (1) 14x9 Igloo
& (1) 22x17 Cole-
man. $25 for both.
352-259-3522
CRYSTAL Princess
House assorted
pieces. $100. Call
352-748-3580
CURTAINS light pink
Butterfly. 54 x 84.
New. $30 Call
352-348-3927
CURTAINS, (2) valances
86"W x 22L" w/2
throw pillows. $30.
352-259-3170
DISHES Haviland (10) 9"
plates. Good cond.
$100. Please call
352-787-5580
DISHES Pyrex large &
med. 12 of each.
$100. Please call
52-394-6204
DISHES, China 38
pieces. Blue & white.
$20. Please call
352-753-2854
DISHES, Fiestaware, (6)
assorted pieces.
$60. Please call
352-250-8290
DISHES, Fiestaware, Co-
balt Blue. (28) pcs.
$100. Please call
352-250-8290
DOLLS," Twin Time out"
Boy & Girl. 24" New
$15. obo for the set
Call 352-323-4903
DRAPES 288"Wx83"L,
floral, 12 panels.
$75. obo. Bushnell
352-793-3042
DRESS for Prom or
Bridesmaid. Size 6.
Long. $100. For info
call 352-406-5156
DRESS, Mother of The
Bride. Size 18. Bur-
gundy. Excel. $50.
Call 352-735-0061
DRUMS 55 gal.
PLASTIC $15.00 CALL
352-408-4190
DVD'S Wide variety
(50) in all for $100.
Call 352-357-1864
FAUCET Kitchen
w/sprayer. New Pol-
ished chrome $20.
352-343-5934
FIGURINES & BRASS
ITEMS (10) boxes.
$100. take all. Call
352-669-4789
FIREPLACE, ELEC.
W/heat, & humidifier
excel cond. $95.
352-396-0119
GAS TANK Prepans. ha

$4.. GllSOLD!!!
GRILL Weber gas w/bot-
tie & cover. Excel
cond. New burners
$100. 728-3725

JACKET New. Chicos
size 3 100% linen.
Saddle color. $35.
352-429-9811


JIGSAW PUZZLES (11)
$6. takes all.
352-272-2584

JUICER Breville used
once $85 Please
call 352-702-2979
MATTRESS, Twin. Serta.
Excel New, used
once. $50 obo. Call
352-735-0061

MENS CLOTHING
Dress, casual pants
& shirts. 36/30 $99.
352-326-5527

MINIATURE ROOM BOX
Oriental with furni-
ture. Asking $100.
352-455-9254


652 Articles
For Sale
PET VISORS compo-
nents to sew. Lg
container (100's)
$99.352-569-0166
POOL FILTRATION SYS-
TEM Hayward
C1200, fits up to
1.5hp pump. $225
obo. 352-638-2623
PUZZLES, 1000 pc.
$1. Please call
352-315-0544
QUILT, King-Sized, Liz
Claiborne. Sage &
Lavender patchwork.
$35. 352-383-6648
REPLACEMENT GRILL
graded for Coleman
Roadtrip, new. $15.
352-603-9776
ROD & REEL Heavy duty
Grouper. Excel.
;Cnd. $65. Pnla
e4 SOLD
ROLLING PIN 18".
Wooden, Never used.
$10. Please call
352-742-2856
ROOM DIVIDER
68"x36". Design on
both sides. $100.
Call 352-460-0309
ROTISSERIE Showtime
includes all accesso-
ries. Asking $45. Call
352-455-9254
ROUTER 2 wire, for
Internet connection
w/cables. $35. Call
352-430-0407
ROYAL HAEGER HENS.
(2) One is green, one
is red. $50.pr. Cash.
352-255-5054
RUG w/fruit design.
Good cond. for
kitchen/dining area.
$70.352-357-9305
SANDALS Ladies new 5
pr., size 9W, all col-
ors, $50. takes all.
Call 352-343-8964
SANDALS New Coldwa-
ter Creek Size 7
Brown leather $25.
Call 352-429-9811
SANTA SUIT Complete
w/beard, boots. $50.
Excel cond. Please
call 352-357-0225
SCRUBS Cherokee, like
new, different colors
and sizes S, M & L.
$100. 460-0309
SCRUBS Mens large
2 pair. Asking $20.
Call 352-728-8054
SEWING MACHINE
old, portable, mint
cond., case. Asking
$95. 352-793-5741
SEWING MACHINE
old, portable, mint
cond., case. Asking
$95. 352-793-5741
SEWING MACHINE
older portable Singer.
$35.352-748-4299
SEWING MACHINE
Penneys, with acces-
erioc. Exo.l. cond.
$36 SOLD!
SEWING MACHINE
Singer portable. $25.
Please call Al 352-
751-0369
SEWING MACHINE
White, new cond.
$100. Please call
352-787-4967
SHIPPING BOXES Corru-
gated. Lg. Inventory,
$200. for all. obo
Call 352-343-6370
SHOES mens (2) Pr.
Brown New, 11D
Also, belts $50. for
both. 352-326-5527
SHOES Women's
Amalfi, leather, 6.5B.
Made in Italy. $30.
gal ay SOLD!
SPORT COATS (3) 46
Reg. Brand name.
$35 for all. Call
352-394-6204
TABLE CLOTH Irish
Linen new, 72" x 88"
w/8 napkins. $40.
352-259-3170
TABLE TOP Glass. 4' x
4' w/rounded cor-
ners. 1/4" thick.
$40. 352-753-1834
TEDDY BEARS (20) all in
brand new cond.
$100. for all.
352-365-9519
TENSION WIRE Chain
Link 1001b. Roll,

ea SOLD
TENSION WIRE Chain
Link 1001b. Roll,
3/16th". New. $75.
call 352-748-5523.
TOILET China. In stor-
age, needs to be
clean. Very heavy.
$30. 352-742-0379
TRAMPOLINE & Oval
glass table top
42'x60'. $80 obo
352-394-3666
VACUUM Electrolux Ap-
titude, upright, excel.
cond. $60. Call


352-669-4140
VACUUM I Robot
Roomba. $99.
Call 352-308-2189
VACUUM Oreck, new
in box. $99. Call Al
352-751-0369
VACUUM, Durabrand.
New in box $25.
Call 352-259-0347

VASE, Ceramic Pink
3' tall x 15" wide $20.
352-272-2584

WATCH, Rolex replica.
$100. cash only Call
352-255-5054











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Friday, June 24, 2011


852 Articles
For Sale
VEST Harley Davidson
Black leather. 2 zip-
per pockets. 2X $30.
352-365-6234
WASHER/RINGER Not
tub. Antique, solid
oak. Excel Cond.
$65. 352-589-5814
WATER COOLER with
hot & cold water.
$15. Please call
352-315-0169
WATER SOFTENER,
150 gallons, like
new, $500. obo. Call
352-227-4337
WESTERN BOOTS Ex-
press Rider BIk.
mSn's 8izs 11. $20.
SOLD!

855 Musical
Instruments
GUITAR acoustic
w/case, excel, cond.
$55. Please call
352-702-7736
MUSIC BOOKS for Ham-
mond Organ. Piper
Autochord. $20.
takes all. 365-6234
PIANO, portable Casio.
With stand & extra
books. Excel. $50.
352-357-0225

880 Office
Furniture/
Supplies
COMPUTER DESK Ex-
ecutive style w/chair
2 drawer file cabinet.
$100. 343-4164
COMPUTER/DRAWING
CHAIRS (2). $60.
Call 352-787-2774
DESK 2x5 professional
office desk w/7
drawers. $95. Call
352-553-8363
DESK metal, 5'L x
2'6"W, Asking $50.
Please call
352-357-3616
FILING CABINET 2
drawer, wood grain
in color. $20. Call
352-516-7920
FILING CABINET 4 draw-
ers good cond. Ask-
ing $100. Call
352-360-0743

874 Exercise
Equipment
AB CIRCLE, new Paid
$235, sell for $35.
Call 352-430-0222
AB CRUNCH STATION ,
Gym style Bowflex
extreme, w/manual.
$50. 352-669-6573
AB LOUNGER
Sport Machine. $55.
Call 352-589-9237
AB LOUNGER,
Good cond. $20.
352-396-0119
CARDIOFIT ROWING
MACHINE w/monitor.
paid $275. Now $75.
352-365-2587
EXERCISER "AB
ROCKET", like on TV.
Hardly used. $50.
Call 352-365-9054.
GRAVITY RIDER Voit,
400 GRS, $15. Call
352-742-0789
GRAVITY RIDER Volt
400. Asking $10.
Please call
352-223-7620
NORDIC TRACK AB
WORKS w/weight re-
sistance kit, excel.
$65. 352-347-7350
NORDIC TRACK CLAS-
SIC PRO SKIER, good
cond. Asking $50.
352-589-9237
TREADMILL (manual), &
exercise bike. Great
for small spaces.
$80. Call 365-1684
TREADMILL Smooth Fit-
ness 5.25, excel.
cond. $250. Call
352-430-0222
WEIGHT SET Olympic,
steel .Bench, weights
& bar. $100.
352-418-2982

675 Sports/
Recreation
BASKETBALL GOAL
Over $400. new.
Heavy duty, $100.
352-418-2982
BASKETBALL HOOP,
free standing, height
SOLD!
BICYCLE 16" unisex
w/accessories. Tires
in good shape. $40.
obo. 352-406-1426
BICYCLE 3 wheel rebuilt
big seat and basket.
$150. Please call
352-343-6608
BICYCLE Girls pink/pur-
ple. Excel cond. Ask-
ing $10. Please call
352-394-1395


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

BICYCLES Ladies Pan-
ther & Mens Colum-
bia City Lites. $100
both 352-603-3676

BOWLING BALL 16 Ibs
& BAG. $30.
Call 352-978-7461

CANOE Mohawk, 13',
excel, cond. $275.
Please call
540-273-7400


075 Sports/
Recreation
FOUR WHEELER '07
Honda, TRX250EX, 5
speed, excel, cond.
$2,200. Call
540-273-7400
FOUR WHEELER Ya-
maha Raptor 350.
'09. 5 hrs. Like New.
Asking $3800.
352-516-2571
GAMING TABLE
40" x 40". $100.
Call 352-728-1227
GOLF BAG w/Irons &
Woods & Putter.
$50. Please call
352-787-7093
GOLF BAG by BAG BOY
good cond. profo
ional oizi . $ 0. Call
SOLD
GOLF CLUBS right
handed great cond.
Asking $50. Call
352-742-9094
GOLF CLUBS, 3 iron
thru SW, driver, 3
wood, putter. $75
352-245-0716
GOLF SET irons/woods
oversized like new
w/bag. $45. Call
352-217-6728
GOLF SET new ladies
irons, oversized
woods, new bag.
$50. 352-735-6927
JET SKI Yamaha '96
w/trailer. $1,100.
obo. Please call
352-728-1227
PING PONG TABLE
FREE you pick up.
Call 352-324-2408
POOL TABLE 4'x7', has
balls, 3 sticks &
hanger. $99. Call
352-321-8606
PROTEIN POWDER
100% Whey
isolate/vanilla. 4.4
Ibs. $25. 323-0070
SCOOTER Stand up 3
wheel cambering. $50.
352-435-0055
STOVE Butane, used, 10
new cans of butane.
$65. Please call
352-324-3235
WATER SKI O'BRIEN
Slalom. Quality, new
$299 sell for $100.
352-343-5249
WATER SKI VEST
O'Brien, XL New
$99. asking $40.
Call 352-343-5249
885 Tools/
Machinery
CEILING HOIST Garage
Gator w/extra plat-
form. New in box.
$200.636-0942
CHOP SAW ",
sea4SOLD!!!
CHOP SAW Craftsman,
good cond. $75.
Call 352-460-4246
COMPOUND METER
SAW 10" Craftsman,
15amp. New in box.
$99 352-255-3530
COMPRESSOR, 3 gal.
17 piece set. Crafts-
man. New in box.
$99 352-255-3530
DOVETAIL FIXTURE
Craftsman. $75.
Call 352-242-1609
DUST COLLECTOR Delta
1hp upright, excel.
SOLD
ENGINEERS TAPE
metal 500 feet. $50.
Call 352-255-6490
FRAMING GUN Air,
Paslode. Asking $75
Please call
352-551-4921
GENERATOR Gererac
15KW, portable.
Asking $3,200. Call
352-728-6125 or
352-267-7221
JET MORTISE MACHINE
MDL# JMB-5. New
$499. Asking $99.
352-728-1591
PARTS WASHER 40 gal-
lon, like new.
w/$200, of fresh
mineral spirits. All for
$150. 793-4019
POWER STAPLER Senco
SJS-C10 Power plus
for upolstery. $85.
352-408-2930
RADIAL ARM SAW, 10"
Sears & 6 drawer
base. Good cond.
$99. 352-874-7136
ROUTER Craftsman,
$40. Please call
352-242-1609
TABLE SAW Rockwell,
10" w/blades. $70
obo. 702-7736
TOOLS, Power & man-
ual assorted (5) for
$30. Please call
352-259-0347


800
Real Estate
For Rent



802 Vacation
Rentals


Dora Canal Frontage
HOMES 1/2 PRICE!
Free rent until 2012
352-343-7401


805 Houses
Furnished
WILDWOUDARE.A
- LAKE SIDE-
Fish &watch Sunsets
at your door! Adult MHP
2/1 $500. + dep.
3/2 $600. + dep.
Family Park:
2/2 $600. + dep.
Incl. water, sewer,
trash & lawn maint.
352-745-8620

806 Houses
Unfurnished
CLERMONT 3br/2ba
1006 Disston Ave..
$730/mo + sec.dep.
call 352-874-6331

CLERMONT/
W. HWY. 50
Before Groveland
Mobile Homes For Sale
w/Owner Finance
2br/1ba
From $500 down
--$$400/month$$--
Also Avail.
Handyman Special
1br/1ba $500 down
--$$325/month$$--
407-932-0898
352-404-8607

LADY LAKE 3/1 CHA,
Close to Villages.
W/5 ac $750/mo +
dep 352-636-2226

LEESBURG
- Close to town ~
3Br&l Ba
Just renovated

NOEW ppliaD!oo
$659/mo + dep-
BE. MaaldLi R.
RENTED!


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Cleaning Service Cleaning The Olde Fashion Way | twer
For Home & Business Great References * Reasonable Rate f i b
10r HOme & BUSiness Our Service Includes: 4 Jnudi
We Do Windows!! Baseboards * Blinds * Fans | O f
352-396-9433 Karen: 352-602-7262
- U4 IFree Phone Estinat1s


808 Houses
Unfurnished
LEESBURG 1325 Cam-
bridge Dr. 3/1
$700/mo + security
dep. 352-434-9785
LEESBURG 4/2 w/base-
ment. $795./mo +
security dep. Call
352-504-9960
LEESBURG Lakeshore
Dr. Very Nice! 3/2.5,
Fireplaces, Ig. eat-in
area, hardwood, scrn
patio. $1095/mo. +
dep. 352-787-8241
LEESBURG Like New
Custom home 3/2/2
$1095/mo. Going
Fast! 352-408-8887
LEESBURG Near Mall
3/2/2, 1,700 sf,
fenced yard, 1 mo.
free $1000/mo.
727-459-2600
LEESBURG, Sleepy Hol-
low Subdivision, 217


WA/D CHA. Small pot
8. " $1150/nIo-
RENTED
WILDWOOD 3/1 on 5 ac
w/storage buildings
& barn. Remodeled
kitchen & bath. Nu-
merous pecan &
pear trees. $850/mo.
Plenty of room for
garden. 326-8323 or
352-748-3890
WEIRSDALE/UMATILLA
Handyman Special
2/1 Owner financing
LOW DOWN!
75'x100' lot. $325/mo
20640 SE 141 Lane
407-599-4446


808 Houses
Unfurnished

RENTALS
*Clermont- 1Lbr home,
Ig yd, CHA $500
*Clermont - 3br near
school & shopping,
scrn porch. $750
*Minneola - 3br newly
refurnished tile &
carpet $750
*Clermont - 3br in Clair
Place Sub.$1,100
eGroveland - 3+br.2ba
1800sf., Lexington
Village Sub. $1,100.
*Clermont - 4br Pool-
home in Lk. Louisa
Higlands $1,200
ROCKER REALTY
352-394-3570
www.
RockerRealtylnc.com
YALAHA, in Waterwood.
3/2/2 Townhome,
scrn porch. Pool,
clubhouse & Marina.
Rent incl water, sew-
age, & lawn service.
Call 352-603-0034

807
Apartments
Unfurnished




2/1.5TOWNHOUSES
SPACIOUS
& AFFORDABLE
CALL FOR DETAILS
352-728-1955

LI-SBUHG, 2/2
Large newly renovated!
Rents from $600.
Call 352-350-7109


807
Apartments
Unfurnished
Apartments Available
WINDEMERE VILLAS
Call about our
MOVE-IN SPECIAL
1 & 2 BR Units
(352) 728-5444
HUD Vouchers
Accepted
Equal Housing
Opportunity

CLERMONT/
W. HWY. 50
Before Groveland
Mobile Homes For Sale
w/Owner Finance
2br/1ba
From $500 down
---$$400/month$$---
Also Avail.
Handyman Special
1 br/1 ba $500 down
--$$325/month$$--
407-932-0898 or
352-404-8607

DOWNTOWN LEES-
BURG, 1/1 $400/mo
& up. + dep. Call
352-552-6807

EUSTIS
1, 2, &3/br.
Starting at $460/mo
Very nice
Water incl. Pets ok.
Call 352-357-5675

LADY LAKE 2/1.5 town-
houco $635/10. AS
About m H in Bps
eial gall ILanra
RENTED

LAKE FRONT with dock
Nice! Spacious 1/1
Adult. $650/mo +
dep. 352-728-3032


807
Apartments
Unfurnished
LEESBUHG
3/2 condo
in 55+ community
w/clubhouse, pool,
shuffleboard. Minutes
to mall & downtown
Leesburg. No pets.
$750/mo + $750/dep.
Incl. basic cable, water
& lawn care. Please
call 207-450-1714 or
304-472-3021
LEESBUHG
3/2 condo
in 55+ community
w/clubhouse, pool,
shuffleboard. Minutes
to mall & downtown
Leesburg. No pets.
$750/mo + $750/dep.
Incl. basic cable, water
& lawn care. Please
call 207-450-1714 or
304-472-3021

LEESBURG 2/1, $595
mo. 2/1.5 $625 with
W/D + dep. No pets.
352-787-5885

LEESBURG 2/1, CHA,
W/D hook-up
$550/mo $400 dep.
Call 352-250-1577

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 on Lake Grif-
fin Efficiency or 1 br.
Avail. $165 to
$200/wk; Incl. elec.
352-617-0587


807
Apartments
Unfurnished
LEESBURG SUNNYSIDE
Area:
Units Available:
*2/2/1 for $675/mo
or LEESBURG area:
*2/1 for $500/mo
For more information
Please call
352-636-4454
LEESBURG, Shady Ter-
race Villas, 2/1
w/garage no pets.
$650/mo. 460-8924




















LADY LAKE Arden Place
Apts. New 1br&2/2,
1-story apts. Coming
the Winter of 2011.
Lots of features,
efficient, only $595
& $725/mo. For de-
tails please call
877-781-6995
e-mail: at info@ar-
den-place.com
den place~com


807
Apartments
Unfurnished
UMATILLA Efficiency all
util incl. laundry rm &
storage. No Pets. No
Smoking. $450/mo.
Call 352-551-6914

























�EUSTIS�
1 BEDROOM - NEW
1Story.WalktoPublix
Call: 352-357-7332


808
Apartments
Furnished
UMATILLA Lake front,
travel trailer or motor
home furn $125/wk
Call 352-255-35
*EUSTIS*

1 Story. Walk to Publix
Call: 352-357-7332








Call 352-255-3590


808
Apartments
Furnished
LAKEFRONT RESORT in
Leesburg. Quiet &
peaceful cottages
and RV's for rent,
utilities incl. Call
307-670-4818

MOUNT DORA 2 room
cottage on Lake Ola,
Park like setting, on
3 ac for one person.
completely furn. ca-
ble, dock, boat, &
beach. $500/mo &
help with yard work.
352-636-1709 or
517-281-5674

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

809 Roommate
Wanted

EUSTIS WANTED
someone to share
2/2 home $100/wk.
+ deposit. For Details.
Call 352-460-9531
MT. DORA - Room avail-
able; male only $400
incl. all. Please call
352-552-2621







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SOUTH LAKE PRESS


810 Duplexes
CLERMONT/
W. HWY. 50
Before Groveland
Mobile Homes For Sale
w/Owner Finance
2br/1ba
From $500 down
--$$400/month$$--
Also Avail.
Handyman Special
1 br/1 ba $500 down
---$$325/month$$---
407-932-0898 or
352-404-8607

811 Condos

Townhouses
MT. DORA 2/1 Condo,
w/pool. new appli.
$650/mo + dep
352-250-4081
MT. DORA Lake View
2/2 condo. Baywood
A-202, no smokers,
no pets. $89,500. or
$700/mo Call
352-735-4664


812 Rooms to
Rent
LEESBURG Private BR
share rest of house.
No Alcohol, drugs, or
smoking. Please call
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To Share
LEESBURG PALM RIDGE
MHP M/F Share a
mobile home. 55+
Private Bdrm + bath.
non-smoker. $70/wk
$280/mo util. incl.
Call 352-360-9539


816 Commercial
Property
TAVARES, Tall
Warehouse w/5000sf
Ground Level. A/C.
For lease or Sale.
Call 813-417-0167

819
Manufactured
Homes Rental
ALTOONA AREA 3/1.5
in nice area.
$500 month.
Call 352-223-6802
CLERMONT/
W. HWY. 50
Before Groveland
Mobile Homes For Sale
w/Owner Finance
2br/1ba
From $500 down
--$$400/month$$--
Also Avail.
Handyman Special
1 br/1ba $500 down
--$$325month$$--
407-932-0898 or
352-404-8607

Dora Canal Frontage
HOMES 1/2 PRICE!
Free rent until 2012
352-343-7401

FRUITLAND PARK Spa-
cious Country set-
ting, 3/2, Ig. FL. rm.,
CHA. No Pets.
$690/mo-$690/dep
352-787-5493

FRUITLAND PARK
w/Chain of Lake ac-
cess. 2/1, in 55+
park. Year round
rental. $700/mo +
util. 720-530-0860
or 352-742-9009


819
Manufactured
Homes Rental

HARBOR OAKS 2/2,
1600 + sf Nice 55+
community w/pool
$600/mo. 633-1757
or 259-7756


LEESBURG LG 2/2 in
50+ On canal to
Beautiful Lake Eustis.
$700/mo + dep Incl
lot rent, garbage &
mowing. Bring your
boat! 352-742-0199

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Handyman Special
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LOW DOWN!
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20640 SE 141 Lane
407-599-4446

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2/1 $500. +dep.
3/2 $600. +dep.
Family Park:
2/2 $600. + dep.
Incl. water, sewer,
trash & lawn maint.
352-745-8620




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903 Homes
For Sale
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Nobelton Waterfront
2/2 for $59K-Webster
2/2 on 1 ac for $47K
Lake Panasoffkee 2/2
for $68K- Rental:
Lake Panasoffkee wa-
terfront $700/mo. Call
Pepper 352-461-4523
IDEAL LOCATION NEXT
TO THE VILLAGES
off CR 466
A well maintained
1800sf 3br/2ba, late
model dbl. wide MFH.
Den w/fireplace,
screen patio. Situated
on 2.25 ac of com-
pletely fenced pasture.
Lg. pole barn, work
shop & cattle barn,
trees & many extras.
Price just reduced to
$119,900. Come see
& make us an offer.
Call 352-516-7808
MOUNT DORA BEAUTI-
FUL 3/2 Pool home
2587 Southland Rd.
$100K Please call
352-409-3298
WEIRSDALE/UMATILLA
Handyman Special
2/1 Owner financing
LOW DOWN!
75'x100' lot. $325/mo
20640 SE 141 Lane
407-599-4446


905
Waterfront
Dora Canal Frontage
HOMES 1/2 PRICE!
Free rent until 2012
352-343-7401

910
Condos/Townho
uses
MT. DORA Lake View
2/2 condo. Baywood
A-202, no smokers,
no pets. $89,500. or
$700/mo Call
352-735-4664
932 Res Lots
Acreage
WOODED 9.5 AC off
Treasure Island Rd.
Leesburg, $65,000.
w/possible financing.
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For Sale
Dora Canal Frontage
HOMES 1/2 PRICE!
Free rent until 2012
352-343-7401
LEESBURG Corley Island
Lot 24. Dbl wide in
55+ 2/2 Scrn rm,
new carpet. $19K
obo 352-394-4902


1001 Mfd Homes
For Sale


CLERMONT/
W. HWY. 50
Before Groveland
Mobile Homes For Sale
w/Owner Finance
2br/1 ba
From $500 down
--$$400/month$$--
Also Avail.
Handyman Special
1br/1ba $500 down
--$$325/month$$--
407-932-0898 or
352-404-8607

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Furn 1/1 in Adult Com-
munity, close to down-
town. Central air, scrn
porch, carport. Beauti-
fully remodeled. W/D
hook-up. New roof
Vaulted ceilings
Must see to Believe.
EASY FINANCING
AVAILABLE!
Great Price. $4,500.
Call 352-383-4792


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HOMES
has closed 2 model
centers. Save up
to $60K on
select models.
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1-800-622-2832

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20640 SE 141 Lane
407-599-4446


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1100
Recreation


1101 Boats

BOAT antique, wooden.
7' Sailing Dinghy no
sails/rutter. $100.
352-815-0268

MOTOR '94 EVINRUDE.
Long shaft, no con-
trols. $500. Call
352-267-6761

OUTBOARD MOTOR
1950's Johnson, 2
cylinder. For parts.
$85. 352-748-5523

OUTBOARD MOTOR
1950's Johnson, 2
ylindr. P Fr part&.
- SOLD

PONTOON, 2007 Avalon
20' by 8.5' wide. 50
hp Mercury Bigfoot.
New wireless trolling,
GPS fish finder. 2 live
wells. Toilet &
changing rm.
W/Trailer & Tandem
w/brakes. Dry stor-
age. Like new. Low
hours $14.500. Call
352-383-7569 or
352-406-7693


1120 Marine
Equip/
Supplies
BOAT MOTOR 4hp, Ev-
inrude, outboard new
prop. $100. Please call
352-702-7736
MERCURY '88 150
Black Max complete
parts only $400 cash
or trade 636-0942
1150 RV&
Campers
CHEVROLET '02
28' DUTCHMAN
MOTORHOME
22K miles, many
extras. Fully contained.
$28,000. obo
352-742-2885
or352-516-9268
DAMON CHALLENGER
'08 Class A, plati-
num series. 9,200
miles. 38' w/3
slides. 8.1 engine, 6
spd. transmission on
a workhorse chassis,
like new cond.
$75,000. Call
352-568-1753
TOP $$$ for your RV's!
*Buy *Sell *Trade
or Consignment
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1200
Transportation


1205 Autos
BUICK '07 La Crosse
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49 N. Central Ave. Umatilla
352-669-7253


1205 Autos
BUICK LESABRE '99,
03K mi, good gnd.
4 door, AJ4, p I;0r
$2,900.SOLD
CASH PAID
FOR JUNK CARS!
$200 and up.
Call 352-771-6191
FORD '03
Super Cab
4X4
Loaded w/Extras!
$15,995. SPECIAL
CHEVROLET '08
HHR
REAL SHARP!
Excellent on
Gas mileage.
$10,995. SPECIAL
FORD '07
FOCUS
2 door 4 cyl.
Very Clean!
Super Gas mileage!
$8,995. SPECIAL
FORD '06
E250 CARGO VAN
Small V8
Cold A/c
$8,995. SPECIAL
FORD 2000
RANGER
V6, Automatic
Icy A/C
CLEAN!
$3,995. SPECIAL
WE BUY CARS!
In House Financing
No Dealer Fees Ever
Low Interest Rates!
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352-383-0956
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CHEVROLET '08
AVEO $12,870.
1-800-313-9787
CHEVROLET 1999
CAMARO
$4,860
Call 800-313-9787
CHRYSLER 2005
PT CRUISER
$9,810
Call 800-313-9787
CHRYSLER 2008
300
$18,860
Call 800-313-9787
CHRYSLER '95 New
Yorker, Nice family
car 62K mi. $2,900.
352-343-9322
HYUNDAI '07AZERA
$14,740
Call 800-313-9787
HYUNDAI '09
ELANTRA
$15,860
Call 800-313-9787
JAGUAR XJL 2011
$75,840
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KIA RIO 2009
$12,860.
1-800-313-9787
PONTIAC '04 Grand Prix
low mi, leather, gray.
Good cond. $6,750.
352-259-9467
TOYOTA Camry '93 XLE
V6, gray/tan AC, CD,
& sunroof. 195K mi.
burns oil. $900 obo.
352-383-0023
1200 Aviation
PILOTS HEAD SET Red
Baron adjustable vol-
ume, dual plug. $65.
352-742-0048
1230 Vans
CHEVROLET VENTURE
'98 150K mi. Good
work van. $1000.
obo.352-409-6984
FORD E-150 2000
CONVERSION VAN
$5,810 Call
800-313-9787

1235 S UV
FORD EXPLORER
SPORT TRAC'04
$11,670
Call 800-313-9787
GMC 2007
TERRAIN LT
$29,410
Please call
1-800-313-9787
KIA 2010
SHORTAGE
$19,280. Please call
800-313-9787
TOYOTA RAV4 '08
$17,810
Call 800-313-9787

1240 Trucks
Light Duty
CHEVROLET '98 1/2
ton, Ext. cab 4WD
cold A/C 299K mi
runs great. $3,595.
352-343-5710

F450
$32,620
Call 800-313-9787

1250 Antique
Cars


THUNDERBIRD '64 orig.
cond. never been re-
stored, runs. $2,300
obo.352-360-3027

1204 Auto
Parts
Accessory
iCARHIERH HOOt top torI
car Lg Sears $100.
Call 352-259-0347
COMPRESSOR for A/C
fits Acura/lntegra.
$25. Please call
352-742-0894


1204 Auto
Parts
Accessory
FENDERS for Ford Fal-
con (2) '64-'65 +
misc. parts. $100.
352-728-4325
GRILL COVER PROTEC-
TOR. Fits Ford or
Mercury van. $40
obo. 352-323-831
HITCH for '85-'95 Toy-
ota pickup. $65.
obo 352-516-8026
LADDER RACKS 1 pc.
locking arm fits most
Vans. $100. Call
352-874-4535
MOTOR 302 Ford, runs
good. $275. Call
352-728-4325 be-
tween 7am-11pm
MUFFLER from a 05
Miata MX5 auto. Like
new $50. obo. Call
352-343-0989
TIRE Hancock brand
new P23575R17. $40.
Call 352-360-3027
TIRES Goodyear Wran-
gler ST-225-75-16
Like New $100. (2)
352-874-4535
TOOL BOX Diamond
plate for full sized
pick up truck.. $100.
Call 352-408-1576
TRANSMISSION for Ford
F-150 '84 Auto.
$100. Please call
352-728-4325
WHEELS (4) fits Chevro-
let, 6 lugs, good
cond. $100. Call
352-360-3027
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352-357-4300

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Master suite features all the luxuries with two walk-in closets and enhanced spa-like bath.


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Corner lot with pond view


Here's a rare opportunity to own this
stately St. Andrews model in upscale,
gated Legacy of Leesburg. Enjoy a resort
lifestyle in this newer and spacious home
on a corner lot with a pond view. Volume
ceilings offer an open and spacious feel
in this split plan home. Enjoy formal liv-
ing and dining areas plus a generous
family room with sliding door lanai
access. Gourmet kitchen reveals solid
surface counters, 42" cabinetry and
upgraded appliances. Master suite fea-
tures all the luxuries with two walk-in
closets and enhanced spa-like bath.
Quality block construction includes a


large, two car garage and spacious
screened lanai. All of this in the premiere
and award-winning "nature-themed"
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ing trails, acres of conservation wildlife
wetlands and bird sanctuary, as well as a
wide variety of amenities which include a
resort-style heated pool and spa and fit-
ness center. This resident-owned com-
munity HOA provides individual lot
mowing/edging as well as exp. cable
service. Priced at $225,000, this great
home will be gone soon! Call Marilyn
Morris, ERA Tom Grizzard, 352-314-1508
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Country living close to town


Built in 1997 this beautiful 3/2 home is sit-
uated on almost an acre of land! The layout
includes a formal living room w/a dual sided
fireplace between the living room and great
room. The great room has glass sliding doors
that lead to open patios. Large foyer includes
a coat closet. There's a fabulous separate
large dining area in the kitchen as well as a
separate snack bar that opens up to the great
room. The oversized kitchen includes a
side/side refrigerator, a smooth top range, a
built in oven and a microwave. The master
bedroom is outfitted with deep walk-in clos-


ets. The master bath has double sinks and a
separate shower only. The den has French
doors and can double as a great office or con-
version to 4th bedroom. Inside laundry
room! Upgrades to this fabulous home
include double paned windows, plant
shelves, rounded corners, knock down ceil-
ings and alarm system. Located close to
shopping, schools, and restaurants. Local
and reputable builder personally built!
Quality home! Home Warranty too! Don't
wait - call today!! Call Theresa Morris 352-
360-3736 at Morris Realty & Investments.


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Lt 19b Royal Oak Ests.
Kenneth W. Evans, Nancy L. Evans
to Charles E Eaton, 26-18-26,
$20,000.
Todd D. Harris and Susan E.
Harris to Kathleen C. Zdrodowski
and Brenda Colon, $10.
George Kalesnik Jr and Wallace A.
Larue, Un D Bldg 101 Chesterbrook
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and Elaine I. Ferguson, 1-22-24,
$113,013.
Gary Lee Rudolph Tr And Yturria
Robert Scott Tr
Marjorie V Rudolph Family Trust,
Gary Lee Rudolph Tr To Robert Scott
Yturria Tr and Bestow R Rudolph
Family Trust, 1-23-25, $0.
Dream Coast Properties Inc. to
Richard W. Mcnabb and Kim M.
Mcnabb, 12-19-25, $2,500.
Riverside National Bank Of Fl to
Composto & Forbes Llc.,14-20-24,
$183,000.
Richard L. Jones, Pamela K. Jones
and Pamela K. Duvall To Richard L.
Jones, Pamela K. Jones, 4-23-25 Eas,
$10.
Charles E. Larney Sr. and Jenny R.
Larney, 15-20-24, $10.
Dollye E. Ott and Howard R. Ott
Est to Dollye E Ott Revocable Living
Trust, 17-21-26, $10.


Gloria A. Blackmon and James R.
Blackman Est to Gloria A. Blackmon
Tr and Gloria A Blackmon Family
Trust, 20-19-26, $10.
Charles Hildebrant and Carolyn
Hildebrant to Charles Glen
Hildebrant and Tracey Lee
Mccowen, 21-18-24, $10.
Neil Kelly Clerk and Judith Ringle
to 21st Mortgage Corporation, 21-
18-24 Eas, $2,000.
David E. Davis to Bernadette K
Caronna Davis, 23-21-24 Eas, $10.
Bruce Wayne Fosburgh, Bruce W.
Fosburgh, Russell A. Maine, Russell
Maine and Bruce Fosburgh to
Fosburgh Bruce Wayne Tr, Russell A
Maine Inter Vivos Revocable Trust,
23-24-25 Etc, 0.
Candice J. Sullivan And Barron P
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REAL ESTATE NEWS


Inventory of spec
homes decreasing
ORLANDO - The inven-
tory of available ready-to-
move-in spec homes in the
Orlando region is decreas-
ing and that means prices
are beginning to rise,
according to one of
Florida's most active home
builders.
Mark Metheny, presi-
dent of Lennar's Central
Florida Division, which
builds new single family
and town homes in 20
communities in the
Clermont, Orlando and
Space Coast areas said
Lennar is working hard to
maintain ready-to-move-
in homes in all its commu-
nities.
"As inventories decline,
the law of supply and
demand is reasserting
itself," Metheny said.
Currently, Lennar's
ready-to-move-in homes
in the region are priced
from the low $100s to the
high $200s, said David
Parker, director of Sales
and Marketing in Orlando.
"We are building new
ready-to-move-in homes
in all of our communities


and it is getting harder to
keep up with demand,"
Parker said.
Metheny said that as the
Central Florida housing
market recovers, some
buyers are going to see a
window of opportunity
close.
"Right now, the lowest
pricing, the lowest mort-
gage interest rates and the
best availability all point to
a unique window for home
buyers that will close as
demand increases and
prices rise, Metheny said.
For more information
visit www.Lennar.com.

Incentives in sales
of home sites
ORLANDO - Stirling
Sotheby's International
Realty is offering a new
incentive on the sale of 84
investor/builder home
sites in three desirable
Lake County communities
with prepaid transporta-
tion and school impact
fees.
Roger Soderstrom,
founder and owner of
Stirling Sotheby's
International Realty, said
in addition to the lots


being sharply discounted,
pre-paid impact fees are
also being offered as an
unusual marketing incen-
tive that will appeal to
builders and investors.
"Transportation and
school impact fees can
total as much as $11,513
per home site and that can
add dramatically to the
cost of a new home,"
Soderstrom said.
Altogether, Stirling
Sotheby's is marketing six
finished home sites at
Addison Place, located off
Wolf Branch Road at Wolf
Ridge Lane in Mount Dora;
58 finished home sites at
Grand Island Oaks, located
off S.R. 44 at Chain of
Lakes Road in Grand
Island; and 20 finished
home sites at Sleepy
Hollow, south of S.R. 44 on
Sleepy Hollow Road in
Leesburg.
"All three established
neighborhoods are in
excellent locations, and
these home sites represent
an excellent private invest-
ment and even more valu-
able inventory for an
established home builder,"
said Troy Fletcher, the
Stirling Sotheby's


International Realty agent
representing the property.
Showcase Homes of
Florida is the seller.
Fletcher said Stirling
Sotheby's International
Realty is offering the fin-
ished home sites in bulk or
by community.
"These home sites were
initially offered with pric-
ing that was discounted by
40 percent," Soderstrom
said. "The seller is now dis-
counting the prices even
further to make them
available for immediate
sale," he said.
"I don't know of another
offering in the Leesburg
Chain of Lakes region that
promises a better deal for a
home builder or an
investor," Fletcher said.
Visit www.StirlingSIR-
.com for information.

Ryland opens 11
new models
ORLANDO - Ryland
Homes in the Orlando
region recently opened 11
new models at four differ-
ent communities in East
Orlando, Eustis, Ocoee
and Windermere.
Angela Colston, vice


president of sales and
marketing for Ryland
Homes in Orlando, said
new models recently
opened at Oasis Cove
located off C.R. 535 in
Windermere, Somerset
Chase located off
Econlockhatchee Trail
across from Valencia
Community College in
East Orlando, the Reserve
at Meadow Lake off Clarke
and Silver Star Roads in
Ocoee and at Grand Island
Reserve off C.R. 44 and
Grand Island Shores Road
in Eustis in Lake County.
At the Grand Island
Reserve in Eustis, Ryland
Homes is now showcasing
the Boca Raton model
home with 1,853 square
feet of living space, four
bedrooms, two baths,
priced from $137,990 and
the Mira Mar with 2,574
square feet of living space,
four bedrooms and three
baths, priced at $161,990.
Angela Colston, VP Sales
& Marketing, Ryland
Homes 407-226-2567
At Oasis Cove, in
Windermere, the Ashby
offers three bedrooms and
two-and-a-half baths in
1,571 square feet is priced


from $158,990. Ryland is
also showcasing the Beval
model with 2,086 square
feet, three bedrooms and
two-and-a-half baths
priced from $181,990 and
the Carey model home
with 2,184 square feet,
three bedrooms and two-
and-a-half baths priced
from $187,990.
At Somerset Chase in
East Orlando, Ryland is
showcasing the Juniper
with two bedrooms, two-
and-a-half baths, 1,286
square feet of living space
priced from $124,990. Also
at Somerset Chase Ryland
Homes opened the Palm,
withl,672 square feet of
living space, two bed-
rooms, two-and-a-half
baths, priced $143,990 and
the Sabal model home,
three bedrooms, two-and-
a-half baths, 1,743 square
feet, priced from $149,990.
In Ocoee at the Reserve
at Meadow Lake, Ryland
Homes also opened the
Juniper, Palm and Sabal
model homes priced from
$96,990, $119,990 and
$124,990.
For information visit
www.rylandhomes.com.


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Mattamy names
Gibbons counselor
WINTER PARK -
Mattamy Homes US
Group, the U.S. division of
Canada's largest home
builder, has appointed
Matt Gibbons as new
home counselor at Lake
Burden in Windermere
and Tuscany Place near
Millennia Mall.
Steve Parker, president
of Mattamy Homes US


Group,
said
Gibbons
has five
years of
experi-
ence in .
the real
estate
industry.
He was
m o s tGIBBONS
recently a
sales executive with
Coldwell Banker
Residential Real Estate in
Winter Park.
Gibbons holds a
Bachelor's degree in Fine
Arts from Cazenovia


Contact Steve Parker,
President, Mattamy
Homes U.S. Group 407-
599-9994, or visit
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Donors contribute
more than $10,000
ORLANDO - More
than 220 donors have con-
tributed more than
$10,000 to a scholarship
fund launched to com-
memorate the 40th birth-
day of John Crossman
CCIM,-
president
of Cross-
man &
Com- .
pany, the
Orlando *
r eal a "
estate
firm that
ranks asCROSSMAN
one of theC
largest
retail property specialists
in the Southeast.
John Crossman said he
was delighted with the
response.
Crossman launched the
scholarship fund to benefit
students at Florida State
University, the University


of Florida and the
University of Central
Florida, and more than 20
other colleges throughout
the U.S.
"I have been very hon-
ored so far by the efforts of
my colleagues in the com-
mercial real estate indus-
try," said Crossman, a fre-
quent speaker at regional
and national real estate
conferences.
Crossman has focused
on improving real estate
programs at colleges and
university throughout his
professional career. He is a
frequent lecturer at Florida
State University and the
University of Florida.

Stirling appoints
Edwards specialist
ORLANDO - Stirling
Sotheby's International
Realty has appointed Lynn
Edwards as International
Luxury Home Specialist
working out of Stirling
Sotheby's World Marketing
Center in Orlando.
Roger Soderstrom,
founder and owner of
Stirling Sotheby's
International Realty, said
Edwards is a veteran cor-
porate senior leader with
more than 30 years of
experience as a strategic
partner of an international
technology corporation's
Latin American and
Caribbean sales and sup-
port operations.
"Lynn Edwards has an
exceptional background
and extensive contact
throughout the U.S.,
Central America and the
Caribbean," Soderstrom
said. "In her role as Trusted
Real Estate Advisor we
expect her to contribute to
our growth in the World
Marketing Center in
Downtown Orlando," So-
derstrom said.
Visit www.StirlingSIR-


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Crossman names
Katterfield to post
ORLANDO - Crossman
& Company, the Orlando-
based commercial real
estate company that ranks
as one of the largest retail
property
manage-
ment,
leasing
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develop-Craig A. Katterfield a sen-




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John Crossman, presi-
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strategic investment
analysis and market
review for acquisition and
disposition of commercial
property.
"Craig Katterfield is an


outstanding associate and
we are delighted he has
joined the Crossman
team," Crossman said.
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co.com or call 407-423-
5400 for information.

Crossman take
top honors
Associates at Crossman


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commercial real estate
firm that ranks as one of
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This wall decoration is no antique


HELAINE FENDELMAN
and JOE ROSSON
Scripps Howard News Service
Dear Helaine and Joe:
I have this Oriental pic-
ture that I have been trying
to get appraised, but have
had no luck. It is a hanging
disk 36 inches in diameter
with figures glued on. I did
get a letter from the maker
with my purchase. Can
you give me an idea of its
age and value?
Thank you,
J.L.
Dear J.L.:
We decided not to print
the entire contents of this
letter sent to us because it
would take up too much
space. But we will be dis-
cussing certain phrases
because they really tell us
all we need to know about
this piece.
One of the most telling
passages: "This furniture
was created by highly


skilled craftsmen from
Ching-Hwa ..., a group of
freedom-loving men
(who) fled China when
Red Communists took
control of their country."
That statement seems to
refer to the end of the
Chinese Civil War when, in
1949, the Kuomintang -
or Chinese Nationalist
Party - was defeated by
the Communist Party of
China.
At that time, two Chinas
were established - the
Republic of China, located
in Taiwan; and the People's
Republic of China, which
retained the mainland.
This letter goes on to say
that the makers of this
piece are now "refugees in
Hong Kong," which was a
British colony at the time.
J.L. seems to indicate
that she believes her piece
was made in the 1940s, but
we tend to think it was


made sometime between
the 1950s and shortly
before the piece was pur-
chased by its current
owner in this country. In
other words, this piece is
not an "antique" and will
not be for many years to
come.
This plaque or wall dec-
oration is related to a
famous type of Chinese
screen called a "Coro-
mandel." This name refers
to a lacquered screen with
applied (glued-on) deco-
rations usually made from
materials such as ivory,
jade, hard stones, shell,
mother-of-pearl or porce-
lain placed on a black lac-
quer or gold background.
The screens were typi-
cally made in northern
and central China, but
were shipped to ports on
India's Coromandel Coast
before being shipped on to
Europe by the English and


French East India
Company. The Dutch East
India Company did much
the same thing with these
pieces, but they initially
shipped the screens to
Bantam, Java, before
transporting them on to
the West. Because of this
particular exportation
route, these screens are
also called "Bantam
screens."
The letter suggests the
materials used to create
the design on this plaque
were "mother-of-pearl,
soapstone, ivory and jade-
stone," but most of what
we see on examples from
this mid-20th-century
time period came from
less-precious substances.
Unfortunately, we have
only one less-than-won-
derful picture of this round
wall hanging and cannot
tell from the image the
exact nature of these


JOE ROSSON AND HELAINE FENDELMAN / SHNS
This round black-lacquer disk resembles a coromandel screen, but


is it old and valuable?

glued-on elements. Are
they jade and ivory, or
plastic and bone?
The value of this piece
depends on the answer to
that question, but, at this
time, we cannot know for
sure. We suspect the piece
was constructed from
look-alike materials such
as the aforementioned
plastic and bone, and if


this is the case, the insur-
ance-replacement value is
in the $200-$250 range
because it is rather decora-
tive and Chinese images
are hot right now.
However, if the letter
speaks truly and it is
"mother-of-pearl, soap-
stone, ivory and jade-
stone," that value should
more than double.


Abandoned homes and the elements: 3-year surplus of houses


DWIGHT BARNETT
Scripps Howard News Service
With so many people now
upside down on the value of their
homes vs. the balance of the
mortgage, they are simply walk-
ing away and leaving the homes
in the care of the lender. A recent
report estimates there is now a
three-year surplus of homes.
That greatly reduces the "new
home market," which cannot
compete with the price of an
existing home.
With a third-party owner such
as a bank, mortgage company or
government entity, the aban-
doned home is shut down to save
on maintenance costs. The


homes are generally winterized
by turning off all utilities, leaving
the home to the ravages of the
weather.
During the cold winter
months, the home becomes a
nest for pests looking for a win-
ter's lodging. Then in the hot,
humid summer, the homes are at
the mercy of moisture, which
feeds mold.
With the doors and windows
closed and the air-conditioner
turned off, the indoor humidity
levels increase, feeding any mold
spores that were present - and
all homes have mold spores.
The molds need warmth, water
and a food source to thrive. A


DOING THE RESEARCH
The Better Business Bureau is a very
good source when checking a
contractor's background. And as always,
get three or more estimates to compare.

closed house is warm, the sum-
mer months are humid and the
house itself is the food source.
My advice to any lender, real-
estate agent or caretaker is to
turn the air-conditioner to at
least 78 degrees or place a dehu-
midifier in the home. This, of
course, requires the electricity to
be turned on and that is an extra
cost added to the declining value
of the home.
If you deprive mold of any of its


life's necessities, it will go dor-
mant. Dehumidification by
means of the use of an air condi-
tioner is the easiest way to reduce
mold growth.
Once the home is sold, be care-
ful in choosing a mold-treatment
company.
My experience has shown that
in 95 percent of the cases, mold-
infected items need to be
removed from the home, not
simply sprayed or treated.
The notion of cleaning mold
with bleach is untrue and untest-
ed. The water content of the
bleach only helps feed the mold
spores.
Molds have roots that go


beyond what you see on the sur-
face.
Bleach and other spray-on
applications simply do not solve
the problem.
Drywall, wallpaper, ceiling tiles
and paneling are easy to remove.
Wood studs, floor decking and
floor joists can be sanded once
the wood has had time to dry.
The wood is then sealed with
polyurethane or another perma-
nent sealant.
When hiring a mold-remedia-
tion company, get three or more
references and call those people
to see if their work was satisfacto-
ry. Make sure the company is
insured.


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DAILY COMMERCIAL/SOUTH LAKE PRESS


Lighting your landscape


ROSEMARY SADEZ FRIEDMANN
Scripps Howard News Service
Have you ever noticed how inviting and
attractive a home looks when it has great
landscape lighting? Let's see if it is some-
thing you can do yourself.
First of all, well-placed exterior lighting
not only enhances the look of your home,
it also adds a bit of safety. With proper
lighting, it is less likely that someone will
trip in your driveway. A properly lit home
could deter would-be criminals. A curved
driveway might be easier to navigate if it
is properly lit at night. But can you
achieve the right look yourself? Let's
explore some ideas.
To begin with, as in all design jobs, you
should sketch your exterior as best you
can. You don't have to draw it to scale;
simply sketch to start to get an idea of
how many lights you might need and
where you think might be the best places
for them. Check the edges of the property,
check the pathways, check special trees
and ornamental foliage. The landscape
lighting should feature these, but don't
overdo it. Have your eraser ready to redo
over and over until you feel you have the
right amount of lights in the right places.
In the evening, go out with flashlights and
place them in the areas you plan to install
landscape lights. This will help you get an
idea of how the lights will look.
When bordering lights are used, be sure


they are evenly placed. The suggested
spacing for garden lights is every 6 to 8
feet, but here again, be careful not to
overdo. For special trees, plan on two
lights, one on each side, to really enhance
the look.
You will want to use a combination of
low-voltage lights and spotlights. The
low-voltage lights are for shrubs and
pathways while the spots are for featuring
trees or sculptures, if you have any. The
low-voltage landscape lights operate on a
12-volt system. This system uses a low-
voltage transformer that does the work by
transforming the 120-volt house current
to the 12-volt current needed for low-volt-
age lights. Because of the low voltage,
moisture will not affect the cable or fix-
tures. Almost anyone can install low-volt-
age lighting, as it is rather easy. But the
spotlights might need the expertise of an
electrician.
When lighting the house's exterior, use
spotlights and place the lights within 18
inches of the house. Experiment with how
the lights are directed. You will naturally
want to illuminate interesting architec-
tural features. But be sure not to shine
lights into windows.
If you are talented in the electrical area,
you should be able to do all the landscape
lighting yourself, but even if you need the
help of a professional, at least you can
decide in advance what kind of lighting
you want and where you want it.


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leaving for vacation


ST. PETERSBURG TIMES
Lock the doors, close the shutters, back
up the hard drive, trim the trees. And
make friends with your next-door neigh-
bor. School's out and the heat's on. Before
you grab your suitcase for family adven-
tures, make sure your home is safe and
secure.
HI, NEIGHBOR
- Put newspaper delivery on hold and
have mail held at the post office, or ask a
neighbor to retrieve.
- Ask a neighbor to pick up fliers hung
on your door or tossed on the lawn - sure
signs that you're away.
OUTSIDE THE HOUSE
- Arrange for lawn care. Overgrown
grass is a giveaway that you're on vacation.
- Put outdoor lights on timers to illu-
minate walkways and entrances.
- Leave the pool pump on, though it
may need to run less frequently if no one
is using the pool.
- If you're going to be away more than
10 days, have someone check the pool
and service it if necessary. You don't want
to come back to the black lagoon.
- Trim dead branches and overhanging
limbs. You should do this anyway during
storm season, but it's especially important
to eliminate sources of damage while
you're away.
- Ask a neighbor to take in or protect
yard furniture if there's bad weather.
UNDER LOCK AND KEY
- Lock up valuables in a safe-deposit
box, or consider buying a safe, installable
in a closet. Back up your computer's hard
drive onto a small external drive and store
it in a safe-deposit box.
- Close blinds and drapes from peering
eyes keen on spying that plasma TV.


- Notify your alarm service that you'll
be away, making sure they've got your
cellphone number, and activate the alarm
when you leave.
- Close and lock all windows and
doors, especially doors you don't routine-
ly lock, like the door between the house
and the garage.
- Lock freestanding garages, sheds and
other outbuildings.
- Padlock gates. Make it hard for bur-
glars to get in and just as hard to get out
with your stuff.
- Disconnect your garage door's
remote opening device and lock the door.
- Put a couple of lights on timers.
Schedule them to go on and off at random
hours or it will look like you're using
timers. Test a day or two before to make
sure they're turning on when you want
them to.
POWER
- Unplug the computer and other elec-
tronics. A fried home-entertainment sys-
tem is not a good thing. Disconnect
phone and cable wires. If you're not leav-
ing the air-conditioning on, keep your
computer in as cool a place as possible.
- Turn the air-conditioning thermostat
up to between 81 and 85 degrees. If you
have a programmable device, set it to run
for about two hours at the coolest time of
the day, between 3 and 5 a.m. That keeps
humidity at bay
ONE LAST THING
-The same type of home inventory you
prepare in case of weather-related dam-
age can help if your home is burglarized.
Videotape or photograph each room and
all valuable items. Prepare a list including
cost, serial numbers and date of purchase
along with receipts. Keep this somewhere
outside the house.


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PROPERTY TRANSFERS


Friday, June 24, 2011


LOCATION: 3 Pine Glenn FEATURES: 3BR/2BA LISTING
PRICE: $149,900 SELLING PRICE: $149,900 LISTING AGENT
& OFFICE: Eddy Workinger, Remax Realty Center. SELLING
AGENT & OFFICE: Laurie Cain, Charles Rutenberg.


LOCATION: 947 Vanderbilt Drive, Eustis FEATURES:
3BR/2BA, 1,855 sq. ft., Built in 2003, Block LISTING PRICE:
$87,900 SELLING PRICE: $84,900 LISTING AGENT &
OFFICE: Frank Kutch, Century 21 Arrow Realty Inc.. SELLING
AGENT & OFFICE: Duane Lanier, Vangie Berry Signature
Realty of Lake County LLC.


LOCATION: 31308 Deal Drive FEATURES: 3BR/3BA LISTING
PRICE: $143,900 SELLING PRICE: $145,000 LISTING AGENT
& OFFICE: Kevin Thorner, Connect Realty. SELLING AGENT
& OFFICE: Addie Owens, Remax Realty Center.


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LOCATION: 13125 CR 561A FEATURES: 3BR/2BA LISTING LOCATION: 30326 Springwater Circle, Leesburg FEATURES:
PRICE: $69,900 SELLING PRICE: $60,001 LISTING AGENT 4BR/4BA LISTING PRICE: $619,000 SELLING PRICE:
& OFFICE: Dianne Scott, Remax Realty Center. SELLING $565,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Lena Williams, Morris
AGENT & OFFICE: John Gordon, Realty Showcase. Realty & Investments. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Rebecca
Watson, Coral Shores Realty Inc.


LOCATION: 1643 Banning Beach Road, Tavares FEATURES:
3BR/2BA LISTING PRICE: $95,000 SELLING PRICE: $85,000
LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Randall West, CB West Realty.
SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: JoLeen Cooper, Morris Realty &
Investments.


LOCATION: 11801 Ridge View Circle, Clermont FEATURES:
Stunning custom home, 4BR/4BA, 3,419 sq. ft., screened in lania
with in-ground pool. Granit countertops in kitchen, stainless
steel appliances, fireplace in living room, huge bonus room.
LISTING PRICE: $290,000 SELLING PRICE: $301,000
LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Kevin Briggs, Morris Williams
Corporation. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Brandie Mathison-
Klein, Keller Williams Chain of Lakes Realty.


LOCATION: 203 E Caroline Street, Tavares FEATURES:
3BR/2BA, 1,553 sq. ft., Built in 1924, Block LISTING PRICE:
$99,000 SELLING PRICE: $95,000 LISTING AGENT &
OFFICE: Vangie Berry, Vangie Berry Signature Realty of Lake
County LLC. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: pril Kearney, ERA
Tom Grizzard Realty Inc.


LOCATION: 930 S. Center Street FEATURES: 3BR/2.5BA
LISTING PRICE: $69,999 SELLING PRICE: $62,500 LISTING
AGENT & OFFICE: Addie Owens, Remax Realty Center.
SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Charlene Connolly.


LOCATION: 101 Beach Avenue FEATURES: 5BR/2BA
LISTING PRICE: $88,500 SELLING PRICE: $85,100 LISTING
AGENT & OFFICE: Lee Acker, Remax 200 Realty. SELLING
AGENT & OFFICE: Jon Wanberg, Remax Realty Center.


LOCATION: 813 Oaks Shores Road FEATURES: 4BR/3BA
LISTING PRICE: $199,000 SELLING PRICE: $197,000
LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Karen Sartele, Remax Realty
Center. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE Sharon Wooten,
ERAITom Grizzard.


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LOCATION: 36432 Thrill Hill Road FEATURES: 3BR/2BA
LISTING PRICE: $375,000 SELLING PRICE: $375,000
LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Chaitrali Karve, Lake Realty
Center. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Dianne Scott, Remax
Realty Center.


LOCATION: 129 Hidden Pointe Lane, Groveland FEATURES:
3BR/2BA, 1,377 sq. ft., many upgrades throughout. Situated on a
spacious corner lot. LISTING PRICE: $89,900 SELLING
PRICE: $83,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Matthew
McKee, Re/Max Properties SW SELLING AGENT & OFFICE:
Brandie Mathison-Klein, Keller Williams Chain of Lakes Realty.


LOCATION: 2511 Montecito Avenue, Eustis FEATURES: LOCATION: 3653 Bream Circle FEATURES: 3BR/2BA
3BR/2BA, 1,963 sq. ft., Built in 2004, Block LISTING PRICE: LISTING PRICE: $87,500 SELLING PRICE: $82,000 LISTING
$123,500 SELLING PRICE: $120,000 LISTING AGENT & AGENT & OFFICE: Gerri Rosenthal, eacon Real Estate.
OFFICE: Ryan Berry, Vangie Berry Signature Realty of Lake SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Tera Romero, Remax Realty
County LLC. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Lynne Cox, ERA Center.
Tom Grizzard Realty Inc.


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LOCATION: 6046 Spinnaker Loop FEATURES: 3BR/3.5BA LOCATION: 4105 Williams Street, Fruitland Park FEATURES:
LISTING PRICE: $699,000 SELLING PRICE: $630,000 3BR/2BA LISTING PRICE: $164,900 SELLING PRICE:
LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: William Manning, Harbor Hills $163,900 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Theresa Morris, Morris
Development. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Bryant Day, Realty & Investments. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Carole
Remax Realty Center. Thompson, ERA Tom Grizzard Realty Inc.


LOCATION: 5545 Grove Manor, Lady Lake FEATURES:
3BR/2BA LISTING PRICE: $132,000 SELLING PRICE:
$127,600 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Sharon Wooten, ERA
Tom Grizzard Realty Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Lena
Williams, Morris Realty & Investments.


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open s50it floipla is5 degpdo
fcr aosing aomiw l,
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lake has a dMa4ieda garage arn
separte ulity Sited Also a swa a-
rate dck gre~ t ror lishirig.
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450D17176


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IN READ!! wt a fenced
pard. COwnwlni to schools,
shopping anid the farmers markt.
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Si�?I7


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FKEE-1'1 updated C Lttal wilh
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G6471955


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2/2 OMI IN ACTIVE 55+
COD Milu r - Enjoyi ta heateM d
pool, do~c & direct access i
Ui CQfrmit Chain ao LakieT
$49,900
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TOTALLY REMODELED 2/2 BUN-
GALOW- Stainlesa Stel appli-
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sa a kinwthmr & dryr. Lvni-
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FFKIEE...3/2 hock home
witi deed lak access,
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las ' '


DOM1T MISS THIS AFFORD- CLOSE TO DOWNTOWN flMITER
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15m sQ. FT- L caled on I acre. an are w(2 IorsI. D ecd 2 car
g gute,'orksihqp wil clric &
This hmifl is moe in ready. wter. 2 irrigatki welts.
$99,9a $99,900
G466213 050442B5


PAINTED TLED AND CA-
PETED- 4/2 i woer 1600 sq.
ft of giving space.
$99,900
44571770


THIS WELL BILT HOI MEHAS
G00D 0BOES - FIXER UPPER-
Original ltirCom file In ecel-
lent coditon. Lm tat lakevlew
from Ite iront and te side,
$114,900
05042321


OVERLOKING SAM'S LARE-
u'I appreciate 200' of lake
rortae. lose to 27 & turn-ke.
$110,900
Gi66B7


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deed fesfrlclions. Beautiul oak
tree aon a dead end street. Great
for a time home Ityer,
$129,900
7.5%KI5


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a It aryMisiy, lia 'dn an1d ClMt-L
buk casS Elirtot modlif.
JUST REDUCED.
$129,900
G~i !813


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ran r repairs. Handyran
Speclal.
$1299,00
4h669S16


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te beckrwd, Granibe counter-
tops in kfrhen and baths,
$139,000
St3QB


MUCH OLDER HOME 3/1
WITH WORKSHOP
ommrrrcial frontage on
HWY 50 in Mascotte
$149,900
4IW4526


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BUILD YOUR CUSTOM HOME-
2/11 wit h 10.7 acresadjiriin
1,000 wret wmodd fota5l,
$149,900
stWiT2.


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$149,900
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$170,000
64672tl6


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1'3 d arlaefwh iV F9 tBGH-
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$176,010
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flrs, cherry cabinets, cron
molIing - all Be upgrades Lu..
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$179,900
64672697






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HOME ON 15 BEAUTIFUL
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1700 sqft. of a I
$229,900
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latp 38,000 sq. IL club hOus~
$189,976
64Ba34a


DESRABLE LAKE LOUISA-
OWNER FINACING ready to
build. A us see
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46729


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5W2 with a large ktlchet Op'n to
alivinmg Dom and diriwg rOm.
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$19,000
4Be70afi


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WITH OIRECTLAKERONT 2
Large & eautld custom home
on o rslzed lot
$274,900
V4M707


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Locted in a small and uniqu
abdiivitiun will mmlkiil di:�-
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$199,900
GS6Ba957


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wider 3,000 sq. t. oi lWrg. TWO
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then .Slaine appliances. 0
wa over 320 sq , of lihipig
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Friday, June 24, 2011


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wondered what they are ,vorlh now mic.?t
be your ..' ,:ir,. le 1o fir, out and eve .,-, I
them rf ..,: choose. They could be .Y. -1
a 01 a.: .... :- ir::J 10 the I-i.-'i .:i *::ii l C .:.'i
Collectors Association also known as ICC.A.
Collectors will pay a fortune for some coins
and currency for 'iir cr C .I: *,:.r:. If ii is
rare enouc-i, one coin could tbe. woil over
$100,000 IO . . I: ;r,1.: o EliC:: 1-lir., coin
collector and ICCA member. One ultra rare
dirii., an 1894S 3.:iber, sold for a record
$ 1 9 million to a collector in July of 2007
While that is an extreme example, mo�i.
rOle ,::i:: valuable coins O5 e >I.*-i.jH:! away
ri dresser drawers or lock boxes around Ihe
,., .. ,' . The ICCA ond its <.. 1. -or rf[i,-i :ris
have crar.ized o ra'elii:z event in search
of ; ',-gcs of coins and cunrercy. I...-..
S common coins can be worlh a .\i.:rlii. ..:',i
amount due to Ihe high price of silver and
, .: :1.:' . .'-. ; ':\ , l- " :'. ;.^i' , ., iij.: ' !t.i.: ,l. -.' s
and Roc's.;''t dimes car be -..:--'- many
mes their face value. F:.:.-i silver rno i;.c,:.
have driven the r:ri:.e i..:. on common coins
made of silver. Helms explains -hut ;.1 half
.:-llci.,1 . I I*.cileis or,:d diir', .-. ir..:j:ie before
196.5 contain 90% silver and are sou-.tl
of[l r -:ri/ ''* -iH Silvei price: s fisie. Ri.ilt now
S'so sellers market he said.






COINS
Any r ci(Il c : i': r--.:::- [:- :'- 1-965', c re
c.oir :, erlire .:: I .: - Silvei -,:.:; : :.,
--:; * D..; :,.:, Q i..irk.':.. Dimes t lI.. f Di'r -.
N\ .. -- Three Cenil eces, Two Conr Pieces,
C01.l. ,icgqe Cents, I laif Cen-s and aI -: .:..
PAPER MONEY
. I denomi no'.-.rj -node before 1934.
GOLD COINS
InclJ-1 i $:', $0 $5, $4, $3. $2.5,
$ 1, ...:* G r:':J , G oli R: :i e i
INVESTMENT GOLD
K n , .- :.,-.J . . : " ::: ':'. : . ^:': p .-. ;,::',
-:;. :, Gold Bars, U.S. -:, , r :'
.1f ,..*-. etc.


GOLD
IRADINO AT ALL TIME HI
OW IS THE TIME TO CAS1 I

SCRAP @OLD
'-i *"", *'. 0r'C , ,.C r ' .:...: - -". ' ," j rer, !]al j...' J
JEWELRY
Dior-ond a '.".si bracelets, oarirgi, loose
- cr-:-:~r-i; all gem sones rc.
PLATINUM
Ar.~-ih r- made c" 2 :t'n:.Jr
SILVER
-'h-.-ovre. tea sets, rt-blets. '.A.-ly, eSc. ord
orvi.,Ihi r1i mar ked ',-,.-"* iln


T:Ip- roiresi :oiris tH'i::-H .. 1..:1..,:. ore
cIl iri for include $20. $10, $5 and $2
1/2 gold coins and airy co in made before
1850. These coins always brirq thi,
premiums aci..u.j "ig to the ICCA. Silver
:... I : . ie also ve y *: ly : ' ., i'.: -. i - . s,
O-'hcr iyp.-s of trem.s the ICCA .,i be
p .c',:. .,i,.IIi .,irnir " ., e.ent .*i..l:i J . t U.S.
currency gold h.. I.-'n, investment l.-:ld,
silver bars, silver ioL.-.i. o. rioof sets, elc.
Even f -.r-ri nr coins ore ",.-iql-' after and will
be purchased.
A lso o l " - i, .1 e!rtl ::," '. '- - .':i r :,.-.11e ll r
gold :-.v.-elry, dental gold or anything made
of ..'J on the spo1. Cold is currenlly 'dnJ "rl


be I::.:' :' I.:'" Ihe collecliois w ll <:rir-i -.
test and price il for free. IF you decide to
., .. you w, ill br :i :.:J on "'-i *: . - it 'i::.
been an unknown fact that coin dealers
have always paid more for jewelry and
scrop gold than r 'i -'i, '.-., ler.s and :-..-in
brokers.
So .....1-iler you hove e: r. . ..::ir. vou -hirnk
mighr be valuable or a l-irg,- collection you
recently inherited, you con talk to -:i,.:,.
collectors for free If your re lucky you *rcy
have a rarily will thousands. -i"'icr way
liI-re is :lhir::1 lo lse and il sounds like
fun!
For -ii :i-- iro3r l: li 'l -1 :r i ., hIA H -. it vi si
the ICCA webs F- at
WWW.INTERNAT1ONALCOINCOLLECTORf.COM


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ie amount of items you can bring
lo appointment necessary
interested in selling, we will
consult our collector's database to
ee if a buyer exists. 90% oF all
ems hove offers in our database
he offer is made on the spot on
ehalf of our collectors making
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you decide to accept the offer,
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