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ROXANNE BROWN and SCOTT CALLAHAN | Staff Writersroxannebrown@dailycommercial.com scottcallahan@dailycommercial.com A little more than six months ago, a 10-year-old Minneola boy died at his south Lake County bus stop after an illegal alien allegedly r an over him. And it should nev er hav e happened, one immigr ation exper t contends A ccording to Jessica Vaughan, director of policy studies for the Center for I mmigr ation Studies in Washington, DC, the death of Anthony M oore at the hands of Mario Alberto S aucedo is a per fect example of why changes are needed in the deportation pr ogr am called S ecur eC ommunities The pr ogr am managed b y U.S. I mmigr ation and Customs Enforcement (ICE) was designed to identify for eign nationals mainly illegal aliens who ar e inv olved in crimes so they are r emo v ed and not allo w ed to continue living in the United States in defiance of immigr ation laws.The pr oblem, Vaughan recently told the Homeland Security AdvisoryCouncils Task Forceon Secure Communities is that local authorities all too commonly drop felony charges upon learning that ICE has issued a detainer on a subject they believe is removable. Thus, ICE becomes an unwilling pressure valve used by prosecutors and police to mitigate the effects of burgeoning state and local criminal court dockets, although they are often ignorant of the adverse impact this has on ICEs ability to timely and effectively remove aliens charged with crimes, she said. Vaughan, who worked as a foreign SOUTHLAKEPRESSServing Clermont, Minneola, Groveland, Mascotte, Montverde FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2011www.southlakepress.com50 NEWSSTAND PRSRT-STD U.S.Postage Paid Clermont,FL Permit #280 Postal Customer Clermont, FL 34711 SEE PAGE B4 REMEMBER WHEN | B1 COACHING CHANGE: South Lake f orms committee to find new head football coach.INSIDE CLASSIFIED B9 CROSSWORDS B2 DEATHS A11 REAL ESTA TE C1 REMEMBER WHEN B1 SPORTS B4 VOICES A4 WORD ON THE STREET A2SOUTHLAKEPRESS VOLUME96,NO.46 | 3 SECTIONS2008, HarborPoint Media. All rights reserved.www.southlakepress.com ROXANNE BROWN | Staff Writer roxannebrown@dailycommercial.comThe Presidents Hall of Fame, one of Clermonts oldest attractions, will forever have a day to recognize as its own. On Nov. 16, many of South Lakes city officials and those belonging to the South Lake Chamber of Commerce gathered together for a ribbon cutting and reading of a city proclamation declaring Nov. 16 as Presidents Hall of Fame Day. A ttendees listened as Councilman Ray G oodgame read the proclamation, which included r ecognizing the museum s presence in the community since 1961 and its 50th year anniversary this month, its owners John and Jan Zweifel, and the commemoration of the return of the scale-model r eplica of the White House that had been on tour throughout the United States since 1976. I n July, it made its debut at the Clermont museum. After years of living here, I now know where the Gem of the Hill is, Goodgame said in reference to Cler monts own motto. This (the P residents Hall of Fame Museum) is it. It is truly a Gem of the Hill. John Zweifel called the event an honor, but clarified that while he and J an are the technical owners of the museum, like the real White House in Washington, he thinks of the museumand the replica as The P eople s House. We are just the guardians. Everybody owns the White House, John Zw eifel said. And we love sharing it with all of you because there is no other place like this anywhere in the world. (R onald) Reagan once called it a national treasure. J an Z w eifel said she s looking forwar d to the next 50 years and more. CLERMONTChristmas at the White House PHOTOS BY KERI RASMUSSEN / DAILY COMMERCIALABOVE: The minia ture White House at the Presidents Hall of Fame displaying holiday decor BELOW: Jan Zweifel makes Christmas decora tions for the miniature White House,which is now on display at the Presidents Hall of Fame in Clermont. SEE PRESIDENTS | A2 SEE MISSTEP | A2 PRESIDENTS HALL OF FAMELOCATION: 123 N.U.S. Highway 27,Clermont HOURS: 10 a.m.to 4 p.m., Monday through Sa turday; noon to 4 p.m.,Sunday. ADMISSION: $14.95 for adults, $13.95 for seniors,$8.95 for children ages 6 to 11, and children under 5 are free if accompanied by parent.Groups rates available. INFORMATION: Call 352-394-2836 or email phofjz@aol.com. MINNEOLADid policy misstep lead to tragedy? MARIO SAUCEDO Marine Corps veterans Thaddius Williams,left, and Andrew Lewis prepare to present colors.VICTORIA ALDRICH / DAILY COMMERCIAL MILLARD K.IVES | Staff Writer millardkives@dailycommercial.comLife has just become more regimented for about 84 inmates at Sumter Correctional I nstitution in Bushnell. And they all v olunteered. In the latest re-entry program overseen by the Florida Department of Corrections, veterans at the Bushnell prison have started living the military life S imply called the Veterans Dormitories, theprogram was instituted four monthsago at five F lor ida prisons, including those at Lowell in Marion County and Martin, Gulf and Santa Rosa counties. P ar ticipating inmates ar e required to conduct a daily flag r aising, abide by military standar ds BUSHNELLMilitary order for vets behind barsSEE PRISON | A5

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! !Missing your South Lake Press? Call us. To request home delivery or to report a missed paper,call 787-0600 or toll-free at 877-702-0600. More information about circulation on Page A4 A2SOUTH LAKE PRESS Friday, November 25, 2011What South Lake residents are saying about the...THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY What are you most thankful for this holiday season?Word Streeton the My family,because theyre my life. JULIE DECKER MENOMINEE, MICH. God,because he gave me the best family in the wor ld. K OLTON STEELE CLERMONT My family,because they re God's gift of love. GEORGIE SCHOBORG INDIANAPOLIS, KY My family,because family is truly ev erything. NANCY RITCHASON GROVELAND Being alive and healthy ... and retired. ROGER RITCHASON GROVELAND South Lake BriefsCLERMONT Kiwanis hosts Santas Hut toy Drive on Dec. 2Kiwanis Club of South Lake will host its Santas Hut Toy Drive and free pictures with Santa on Dec. 2. S anta and Mrs. Claus, along with their hard-working elves, will be accepting donations of toys and food during the Light Up Clermont festivities from 6:30 to 9 p.m. The toys and food will be distributed to underprivileged children in the South Lake area. Donations also will also be accepted until 2 p.m., Dec. 3. F or information call Lucy Hage at 352-446-3853. GROVELAND3 schools get $550 minigrants for gardensThree Groveland schools are receiving $500 school garden minigrants from Florida Agriculture in the Classroom. The grants will fund schoolyard and classr oom garden projects. According to the grant guidelines, school garden projects must grow only Florida fruits and vegetables, and must educate students about the importance of Florida agriculture. Schools awarded the minigrants are: K Gray Middle (agriscience teacher C asey F erguson) K Groveland Elementary (thirdgr ade teachers Noris Aguayo and Tiffany Forsyth) K S outh Lake H igh (agriscience teachers Sara Eck and Cori Griffin) The Gardening for Grades is free to Florida teachers. Log on to www .flagintheclassr oom.com for information. CLERMONT St. Nicholas Festival is Dec. 3 at St. Matthias Ther e will be a fr ee St. Nicholas Day celebr ation from 10 a.m. to 2 p .m.,Dec. 3, on the side lawn at St. MatthiasE piscopal Chur ch, 574 W Montrose S t., do wnto wn Cler mont. H ot cocoa and cookies will be ser v ed throughout the day, and children will be able to participate ingames, puzzles and make a St. Nicholasor nament. S t. N icholas will visit bearing candy and fruit and photos. For details call 352-394-3855. GROVELANDFaith Neighborhood Centerneeds communitys help The FAITH Neighborhood Center, a nonprofit agency in South Lake County provides clothing and household items, as well as food to needy families in South Lake County. All services are provided at no cost to clients. At the present time, donations are down and the center, located at 7432 S.R. 50 in G r oveland, is in need of clothing. Call 352-429-1200 for information. CLERMONT American history essay contest is under way The Tomoka Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution in Clermont is sponsoring an essay contest for Grades 5-12 in public, parochial, private and home schools. I n grades 5-8, the topic is The War of 1812. For grades 9-12, the topic is Christopher Columbus. Essays are due on or befor e D ec 2. For information call Joanne Rhodes at 352-242-1744, or send an email to grhodes13@cfl.rr.com. CLERMONTAlzheimer s support group meets on Dec. 8A support group for car egiv ers of Alzheimers meets at 2 p.m. the second and fourth Thursdays of each month at Clermont Health and Rehabilitation Center, 151 E. M innehaha A v e., Clermont. The next meeting is Dec. 8. For information call Linda Begley of Cler mont Health and Rehab at 352-394-2188, ext. 302. In lieu of flowers, consider a gift to support Hospice care. 888-728-6234 Cornerstonehospice.org We hope we can all work together for many years to come. Were looking forward to big things, she said. M any of those in attendance, though having lived in the area for years, admitted that Nov. 16 was their first visit into the Presidents Hall of Fame. After looking around at the loads of memorabilia and history located inside the museum, many of those people also said they regretted never having visited before and not realizing the value of what for 50 years, has stood right before them. Of all the attractions inside however, the 10-ton, 60-foot by 20-foot White H ouse replica was the biggest hit. This is one of the premier attractions in South Lake County and its really the coup de grace to have the miniature back in Clermont because its a one-of-a-kind thing, Ray San Fratello, executive director of the chamber, said. The intricate exquisite details have to be seen to be believ ed, from the tiny functional TVs and light fixtures that really light up, to the miniutensils on the table. Cecilia Smith, who works at Lake C ountys Office of Economic Development and T ourism, said shed like to see more tourist-focused promotions surrounding the museum. Now that we have a more aggressive economic development team, we are discovering treasures here in Lake County and this is one of them, S mith said. Clermont City Manager Wayne Saunders agreed, adding that he wishes more people knew about the museum because its such a fantastic place to visit. And if people do visit from now until about mid-January, they will be treated to witnessing the White House completely decked out for the holidays I n pr epar ation, the Zweifels have been wor king on the r eplica s transformation for the last six w eeks adding about 100 miniatur e Christmas tr ees do z ens of wr eaths tiny red bows and holiday themed decor ations snow and mor e than 1000 lights to the replica. As always, ev er ything in the replica is exactly the way it looks in the White H ouse today. And when something changes in the White House, it changes in the Clermont White House, as well. V olunteer Frank Hense said that since there are not very many people who actually get to see the White House, the Zw eifels r eplica is a good way to get a feel for the building.. We want to create the experience and make people feel they were really in the White H ouse , John Zweifel said. Zweifel can also answer any questions about the White House replica or the real one, and recite facts and answer trivia about most of the presidents, the first ladies, the conventions and more. In fact, since the 1970s, when the Zweifels started on the project, they have met many of the presidents and families personally attended almost ev ery Republican and Democratic convention, hav e stay ed at the White H ouse and gathered memorabilia galore. The museum, John said, holds about 10 per cent of his entire collection. That is why one day, he hopes to expand it and share even more. G ary Tolley, a local businessman and chamber ambassador, had a simpler, yet impossible, wish. The replica is so detailed and full of so much detail that is makes me wish I could turn tiny and really get a good look at everything in it, and walk through all the r ooms , Tolley said. But seriously, its amazing. In addition to the White House replica, the museum houses hundreds of other displays, including a state dining room replica and dioramas of 12 detailed presidential oval offices down to working television sets. There are wax statues of all 43 presidents and two first ladies, and thousands of pieces of memorabilia.PRESIDENTS CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1PHOTOS BY KERI RASMUSSEN / DAILY COMMERCIALMaking miniature Christmas decorations is painstaking work for Jan Zweifel. ser vice officer with the U.S. S tate D epar tment before joining the Center for Immigration Studies, specifically mentioned the S aucedo case when addr essing the task force. M oor e was struck shortly befor e 8 a.m. on May 10 at the corner of Lake Minneola Shores Road and O klahoma S treet,the F lorida H ighway Patrol said. Saucedo did not flee the scene and ther e was no question that he hit and killed M oor e. Saucedo had at least two prior char ges for DUI and a pr obation violation, but prosecutors had declined to pursue convictions, or char ge S aucedo with the cr iminal offense of unlicensed driving in the prior offenses, enabling him to escape the ICE attention that could have saved the little boys life if he had been removed promptly when first brought to the attention of police and prosecuting authorities, Vaughan said. The day after his arrest by the FHP last M ay ICE put a detainer on Saucedo because he had been identified as a Mexican national. Although he could have faced felony charges of driving without a license and causing death or serious injury, and driving with an expir ed license for more than six months court r ecor ds show that S aucedo was given a misde meanor charge of driving without a license. Walter Forgie, an assistant state attorney in charge of the Lake C ounty pr osecutor s office, said the decision to charge S aucedo with a misdemeanor had nothing to do with S aucedo s immigration status or ICE in any way, shape or for m.MISSTEP CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 SUBMIT YOUR OWN PHOTOS AND INFORMATION: Do you have photographs from a charity,church or civic event that you want featured in the pages of the South Lake Press? Just send them to pamfennimore@dailycommercial.com. Be sure to identify everyone in the photo (full names).Dont forget to include contact inf ormation.

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Friday, November 25, 2011 SOUTH LAKE PRESSA3 ROXANNE BROWN | Staff Writer roxannebrown@dailycommercial.comThe Moonlight Theatres newest show Pinocchio, written by William G lennon and performed with permission from Dramatists Publishing opened N ov. 18 with nearly a full house. D irector James Scotty Schultz said he was pleased with his cast and the way the performers won the entire crowd. Its not the Disney version, so there is no long nose and no Jiminy Cricket, but its still basically the same story, Schultz said. Its about Pinocchio learning to walk, to share and about learning whats naughty and nice. Most importantly, Pinocchio learns that going to school is more important than having fun. Schultz said on opening night some of the children in the audience got so into the performance that when Pinocchio (on the stage) was walking toward trouble, they began talking to him and trying to warn him of impending danger by exclaiming, No, dont go that way, go the other way. Its a super show to bring your kids to or for grandparents to bring their grandchildren to, Schultz said. The sho w includes the classic characters Geppetto, Fire Eater, Fox, Cat and the Blue Fairy, who in this version of the story is Pinocchios conscience. Schultz said those characters make for a nonstop comedic adventure that is sure to leave the audience breathless with laughter. O n the other hand, some unexpectedly touching moments will leave audience members reaching for a tissue. The performers are all super and just caught on to the play amazingly fast. They are a highly talented group, Schultz said. They wor k together professionally and superbly, and play together like family. O n stage, the character of Pinocchio is being played by Nicolas Neto. Geppetto is being play edb yK enny F or thun and the Blue Fairy is Nicole Durbin. As for Schultz, 69, this is his third directing stint with the Moonlight Theatre, after having started his acting career with the company at the age of 55. At that time, Schultz said he had an inkling to try out for a bit part in Man of La Mancha after attending a Guys and Dolls production in the 1990s. H e auditioned and ended up with a small part of the commandant. After a twist of fate and an actor leaving, Schultz ended up with three significant r oles, playing the Knight of the Mirrors, D r. Carrasco and the Duke in Prison. Schultz has been hooked ever since. Thats how my theatrical career began at the age of 55, Schultz said. Hes appeared in about 30 productions with the Moonlight Players, two with the B aystreet Players, and two with the Celebration Players. Schultzs first directing came as codirector for a production of Misery, after which he went solo and directed Angry Jurors two years ago, followed by Holy Cannoli earlier this year and now Pinocchio. Pinocchio runs through Dec. 11 with sho ws at the theater on 732-B W. Montrose St. in Clermont, beginning 8 p.m on Fridays and Saturdays, and 2 p.m. on Sundays. Tickets for adults are $15 and tickets for children (ages 3-17 for this show only) are $6 each with at least one paying adult. N or mally, childrens tickets are $12. Just call it our holiday special, Schultz said of the price break. F or information or to reserve tickets, call 352-319-1116, or visit www.moonlightplayers .com. CLERMONTPinocchio dazzles audiences at Moonlight Theatre KERI RASMUSSEN / D AIL Y COMMERCIALThe cast of Pinocchiointroduce their characters and the play during rehearsal at the Moonlight Theatre in Clermont. Nicholas Bethencourt who plays Pinocchio, and Nicole Durbin who is the Blue F airy during rehearsal of the production Pinocchio at the Moonlight Theater.KERI RASMUSSEN / DAILY COMMERCIAL SHOW INFORMATIONWhen:8 p.m on Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. on Sundays to Dec.11. Where:732-B W.Montrose in Clermont Cost: Tickets for adults are $15 and tickets for children (ages 3-17) are $6 each with at least one paying adult Call: 352-319-1116 or visit www.moonlightplayers.com

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We must seize the tide, or fall victim to evil empireS ince my last letter to the newspaper those guys who wear $2,500 pinstripe suits have really been showing their bitter ness to war d the av er age wor king people. T oday, you cant tell the difference betw een the Wall Street parasites and R epublican politicians; they are twins! Their (ex ceedingly obvious) goal is to impoverish almost all Americans; deny countless citizens the right to v ote; deny them health care and decent wages; destr o y their unions; and even deny the major ity of American children a decent education and health car e Those objectiv es are immoral and ex ceedingly un-Christian to say the least! Hey, thats not to mention that the Cheney-Bush and associates Republican administration (through their lies and erroneous propaganda) initiated not just one but two unnecessary wars that cost the ultimate sacrifice and permanent disabilities of so many young Americans; and a financial cost which still remains unknown and hidden in truth, a likely $3 trillion. C onsider ing the unmentioned fringe costs. They simply ran a tab on all that for future working people and their descendants to pay, while in the same timeframe borrowed money from China to give the rich and corporations big-time tax breaks and subsidies they don t need. Even today the party of NO wont let the D emocr ats put a fair tax on the rich, who own so many politicians. We must understand that the words (lies) and actions of the R epublican party of NO emanate from their ignor ance and greed; not because they lack formal education, but rather from their high egos and low morality and greed which are the forces that direct them. Therefor e don t hate them, but r ather pity them and pray for them because they have allowed themselves to become pawns of evil forces. Meanwhile, Americans engaged in protests in cities across our nation hav e awakened and see these truths and they realize that if we do not turn this tide ,w e could become what w e once labeled the Soviet Union an evil empire! CARL A.FERGUSON | Leesburg Vets, keep up with news, or suffer consequencesIn the best interest of the many U.S. military veterans and the many honorable military retirees, I find a significant void of information emanating fr om the mouths of my former com rades-at-arms. Is that due to their incompetence to keep abreast of the plight of military veteran rights and medical care? Or is it due to the disrespect of the national media which tends to brush-off mili tary veterans concerns into the usual big dust bin of yesterdays news? It must stop! So ,I ask ev er y militar yv eter an to ensur e that you kno w what is going on, and what is being denied from you ever y day .C onsult your v eter ans maga zines and its newspapers Also consult the militar y computer news briefs as much as possible R ead ev er y issue of your ser vice newspaper or magazine ... no matter if y ou ar e ex Ar my ,N avy ,M ar ine, Coast G uar d or Air F or ce. Youll be surprised what you can glean from these intelligent monthly newspapers All y ou hav e to do is open up your ser vice newspaper ... and read! Also ensur ey our hometo wn TV, radio and newspapers keep you informed about Americas veterans needs. And contact your local, state and national politicians in your area. Ask that they strive to make life a bit easier for us veterans, who may still struggle to find the right information for success Obviously, President Obama and C ongr ess only seem interested in reducing your benefits but not theirs! RONALD V.REGAN SR. | Leesburg The new F lor ida gun law br ings out necessity of pr ovision for reckless endangerment of citiz ens The recent article (Public Policy P olling) in reference to problems with the new gun law, brought some concerns to mind. The failur e in the law to pr ovide for a reckless endangerment to others provision, should have been addr essed, and I am sur e that it soon will be. The article mentioned that our local legislator ,S en. Alan Hays, will address local concerns when he r etur ns to the state Legislature. Personally, it is sad to read that a proper ty owner that exercises his right to firearms seemingly cares mor e about his own rights rather than the safety of others. I n the ar ticle it also mentions that a local police officer stated he could lose his job and receive a $5,000 fine. I contacted the governors office, which transferred me to a department that looks up new and older state laws that are in existence The young man I spoke with stated that the law was not for police officers but for local officials who make laws. It seems the new bill that addresses local, county and municipal laws is intended to erase laws that contr adict state laws. While I agree that laws should have conformity, I totally understand why municipal laws were enacted. I t is the responsibility of state leg islators, however, to now enact safety measur es When gun owners are so irresponsible that they have to be tr eated like misbehaving childr en, reckless endangerment of others should be a law. As a supporter of the S econd Amendment, it is my opinion that it is worded to mean exactly what it says: The right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed upon. However, that right carries a huge responsibility in the use of those arms. RON ELDRIDGE | Lady Lake SOUTHLAKEPRESS Your community newspaper for more than 94 years.732 W. Montrose St., P.O. Box 120868 Clermont, FL 34712-0868 352-394-2183 K F ax: 352-394-8001The South Lake P ress is published w eekly by HarborPoint Media at 732 W. Montrose St., Clermont, Florida 34711. Standard mail postage (Permit # 280) is paid at the United States Post Office, Clermont, FL 34711. The South Lake Press publishes every Friday, and ser ves 40,000 households in the South Lake County and Four Corners market area. This edition is directly mailed to 5,148 households in Clermont with home delivery to 34,852 households in Mascotte, Minneola, Groveland and the Four Corners area. The South Lake P ress is mailed to subscr ibers and is also distributed at newsstand locations throughout the region. All material contained in this edition is property of HarborPoint Media, and is protected under the copyright laws of the United States of America. Reproduction is forbidden without written consent from the publisher. (Copyright 2005,HarborPoint Media. A ll rights reserved.) A4SOUTH LAKE PRESS Friday, November 25, 2011OPINION Y OUR EDITORIAL BOARDRON WALLACE. . . . . . . . . . . . . PUBLISHERVANESSA HOVATER. . . . . . . ADVERTISING DIRECTORGARY E.MAITLAND. . . . . . . . . MANAGING EDITORGENE PACKWOOD. . . . . . . . EDITORIAL CARTOONIST OURVOICEHonor Flight: An effort we support A TRIP DESERVED:Honor Flight wants to provide seniors who fought in World War II the opportunity to see the national war memorial. Those seniors deserve the chance to reconnect with that part of themselves so sa va gel y torn from their youth.The horrors of W orld W ar II are fading. The most intimate and vivid memor ies of what happened on the battlefields live in the memor ies of those who ser v ed. B ut it s been 66 y ears And those who ser v ed ar e a diminishing breed. They range in ages fr om 84 to the late 90s W orld W ar II tr ansfor med our nation, and only history and the memories keeps the lessons of the human struggle aliv e. A newly for med gr oup Honor F light for Lake Sumter and Marion counties, wants to provide seniors the oppor tunity to visit W ashington, D .C., to see the national memor ial. Organizers believe the veterans deserve a free flight. The first trip is planned for A pril 2012. The group wants to raise enough money to send about 100 veterans living in the counties of M ar ion, Lake or Sumter to see the memorial. The memorial honors the 16 million people who served in the U.S. armed forces during the war and the 400,000 who died. Im so passionate about this, said Debbie Winters, an Honor Flight volunteer, who has been contacting organizations and businesses with hopes they will help pay $500 to sponsor a veteran. Unless youve served or witnessed military combat, its difficult to fathom the sacrifice of veterans. We urge our readers to find a way to give. Find a way to help. Those seniors who served deserve to see and reconnect with that part of themselves so savagely torn from their youth. This was a fight for good. This was a battle for whats noble and right. This was a war for the history books. Some 75 veterans have signed up, yet Winters expects more. More than 1,000 World War II veterans die each day. The time is imperative. To help, call Allison Metcalfe, local coordinator, at 352-446-2900, or volunteer Debbie Winters at 503-577-6595. www.southlakepress.com YOUROPINIONSLETTERS TO THE EDITORState gun laws need provisions for reckless endangerment WHATS YOUR OPINION?The SOUTH LAKE PRESS invites you to write letters to the editor e xpressing your original thoughts,on topics of public interest. Letters should be no longer than 350 words. They must be original,signed with the full name of the writer and include the writers address and telephone number for verification. We reserve the right to edit for length to make room for more letters. Letters also will be edited for grammar,clarity,taste and libel. We accept no more than two letters per month from the same writer. No open letters,form letters or copies of letters to third parties will be published. We do not publish unsigned letters. Submissions are not returned. We retain the right to archive and republish any material submitted for publication.You can submit your letters by: E-mail (preferred) to: southlakepress@dailycommer cial.com By regular mail to: Letters to the Editor 732 W. Montrose St. Clermont,FL 34711 By fax to: 352-394-8001EDITORIALSEditorials are the consensus opinion of the editorial board,not any individual. They are written by the editorial staff,but are not signed. Some editorials are provided by a third-party service.GUEST COLUMNSIf you would like to submit a guest column on a local,state or national issue,e-mail your submission to southlakepress@dailycommercial.com, or mail it to Letters to Editor,732 W. Montrose St., Clermont, FL 34711. Guest columns should be limited to 550 w ords in length. The writer also must submit a recent photograph to be published with the column,as well as a brief biog r aphical sk etch. LETTER of theWEEK

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Friday, November 25, 2011 SOUTH LAKE PRESSA5 refrain from profanity and participate in other military-like duties. A t the Sumter Correctional Institution, theres even a color guard where inmates must have polished boots and tidy personal attire. Their dormitories are set up almost as replicas of military boot camp housing with their bunk beds neatly made up and footlockers beside them. An American flag is painted on a wall, and flags are posted outside the dorm. Inside, military creeds from various branches of the service are posted throughout the dorms. A lot of dignity and pride is coming back to these guys, said Paulette Julien, assistant warden of programs at the Sumter prison. O na recent sunny day, members of the prisons color guard could be seen practicing their marching. They were led by Andre Lewis, a U nited States Marine Corps veteran who is completing a prison bid on a sex-crime conviction. Your left. Your left. Your left, r ight, left. One prisoner outside the group even clapped after seeing the performance. Weve all lost a lot of discipline, Lewis said. This is a good way to get it back. F lorida Department of Corrections officials said the program is helping inmates who took a wrong turn after their military service get back on track. H arlan Mackall, 48, a three-year Army veteran, is finishing a prison bid on an armed robbery conviction. He said after getting out of the military, his life turned to drugs. Im hoping the program will get me back on the right road, he said. The program also includes 61-year-old Thaddeus Williams, a five-year USMC vet who served time in Vietnam. Hes in prison on a drug trafficking conviction. This really brings back memories, said Williams, standing at attention beside his bunk. Robert Perkins, 78, the oldest member in the program, said the same thing. The Army vet spent time fighting in Korea. While Lewis is considered the gunnery sergeant of the program, its more in name only. You cant give an inmate the authority over another one, said Jeffrey P. Trovillion, the prisons warden. The Sumter prison has about 1,850 inmates. N umbers werent available on how many ar e military veterans. But the Florida DOC estimates that 6.7 percent of its 101,000 inmates are v eterans. Only inmate veterans with three years or fewer remaining on their prison sentences can volunteer to participate in the program. The program also provides inmates the opportunity to par tici pate in specialized pr er elease ser vices, such as cognitive thinking training, Post Traumatic Stress D isorder counseling and improved access to V eterans Affairs Benefits. Its a good way to make sure that once they are released, they can stay out, said prison Sgt. Gerald Vanderham, who runs the program at the prison.PRISON CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1PHOTOS BY VICTORIA ALDRICH / DAILY COMMERCIALABOVE: Inmates John Keena,left,and Harlan Mackall. BELOW: Inmates relax before lunch in the veterans dorm at the Sumter Correctional Institution. Staff ReportLake Countys substance abuse prevention coalition, Safe Climate, is warning parents, teachers and law enforcement of an alarming new fad kids are using to get buzzed v odka soaked gummy bears. This fad has quickly gone viral via YouTube and other I nter net v ehicles with videos showing the candy quickly soaking up the alcohol and masking the taste, coalition Executive Director Debi MacIntyre said. The cities of Jacksonville and Miami are already reporting problems there. A ccording to MacIntyre, this new trend allows teens to consume alcohol with out carrying bottles, cans ora flask. Most adults are completely unawar e and the teens even laugh about consuming right in the presence of their parents, she said. As more and more people begin experimenting with the fad, they have been quick to shar e tips via the Internet, such as using raspberry flavored vodka to further hide the taste and smell of the alcohol. Safe Climates main concern is that teens are unaware of the amount of alcohol they ar e ingesting, M acIntyre said. Stories are circulating of teens using 100-pr oof alcohol leading to the potential of alcohol toxicity which is a dangerous medical condition that can ev en lead to death. Discuss this with the teens in your life and to make sure that any gummy candy they ar e consuming is alcohol free, MacIntyre said. Started in 2003, the Safe Climate Coalition is compr ised of concerned Lake County citizens determined to understand the substance use and abuse challenges in this area.LAKE COUNTYP arents: Bew ar e of vodka-soaked gummy bears

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A6SOUTH LAKE PRESS Friday, November 25, 2011 GOODforYOUApplauding the accomplishments of readers SUBMIT YOUR OWN PHOTOS AND INFORMATION: Do you have photographs from a charity,church or civic event that you want featured in Good for You? You can send them to pamfennimor e@dailycommercial.com. Be sure to identify everyone in the photo (full names) and include details on the who,what,when,where and why of the event.And dont forget to include your contact inf ormation. COURTESY PHOTOStaff,residents and guests of Superior Residences of Clermont,Assisted Living and Memory Care Community wore pink on Oct.21 for a Pink Party in support of Breast Cancer Awareness month.Eight residents and one staff member are survivors.The group released pink balloons representing a loved one who survived or lost their bout with breast cancer.The event was sponsored by Nurse on Call in The Villages and raised money for the South Lake Hospital Mammography Fund. CLERMONT | PINK PARTY AT SUPERIOR RESIDENCES COURTESY PHOTOKaren Dorr and Jack Kennedy were inducted into the Kiwanis Club of South Lake and were presented with their Kiwanis pins by their sponsors at a recent meeting.Ann Dupee sponsored Dorr and Linda Sheets sponsored Kennedy.The Kiwanis Club of South Lake meets at 7:30 a.m., Thursdays,at Cheesers Palace.From left are Dupee,Dorr,Kennedy and Sheets. CLERMONT | KIWANIS INDUCTION

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A8SOUTH LAKE PRESS Friday, November 25, 2011 CLERMONT BLESSEDSACRAMENTCA THOLICCHURCH720 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.) 6:15pm 6:45 pm (Sp.) Corner of Hwy 50 & 12th St. (Rt 561) www.blessedsacramentcc.com CHURCHOFCHRIST500 Grand Hwy. 352-394-7374 Sunday School 9:00 am Sunday Worship 10:00 am & 6:00 pm W ednesday 7:00 pm THECROSSINGCHURCHWhere Faith Comes to Life Sundays 10:00 am at South Lake Charter School 15220 Hartwood Marsh Rd Clermont, FL 34711 Nursery & Childrens Activities Provided Kendal Anderson, lead pastor 352-241-9909 www.thecrossingchurch.org FAITHFELLOWSHIPCHURCH915 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 FIRSTUNITEDMETHODISTCHURCHEncountering Christ, Growing in Christ, Sharing Christ, wherever we are... 950 Seventh Street 352-394-2412 Pastor: Rev. Doug Kokx www.fumc-clermont.org Sunday Worship (Traditional) 8 & 11:00 am Sunday Worship (Contemporary) 9:30 am Sunday School 9:30 am & 11:00 am Bible Studies & Childrens Activities: Sun. Night Children/Youth/Middle School 5-6:30 pm Sun. Night High School Activities 7-8:30 pm Wed. Night Dinner & Fellowship $6pp, 5-6:30 pm Weekday School: Preschool GRACECOMMUNITYCHURCHCLERMONT,FLBible 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 LIBERTYBAPTISTCHURCHSundays Bible Fellowship Groups 9:30 am Worship Service 10:40 am Family Prayer Service 6:00 pm W ednesdays 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. NEWJACOBSCHAPELMISSIONARYBAPTISTCHURCH410 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 PRIMERAIGLESIABAUTISTAHISPANADECLERMONT498 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 REALLIFECHRISTIANCHURCHHelping Real People Find Real Faith W orship Times Saturday 6:00 pm Sunday 9:10 & 11:15 am W eekend Programs The EDGE (Children) All Services Student Groups The Way (Middle School) W ednesdays 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm Catalyst (High School) Sundays 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm www.getreallife.com 1501 Steves Rd 352-394-3553 SHEPHERDOFTHEHILLSLUTHERAN13600 Caspian LaneWed: Casual Service 7 pm 4th Wed: Candle & Prayer ServiceW orship Services 8:00 am & 10:15 am Sunday School 9:00 am Blessed to be a Blessing (352) 394-3382 www.shephillsclermont.org SOUTHLAKEPRESBYTERIANCHURCHA Place of Love, Life & Growth 131 Chestnut St., Clermont 352-394-2753 East Ave 1 block south of SR 50 W orship 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.MATTHIASEPISCOPALCHURCHAll are welcome to worship with us Sunday 7:45 Rite I 9:30 Music & Choir 11:15 Praise Music 10:15 Sunday School Youth Group 10:30 Fellowship Brunch Nursery 9:30 & 11:15 Located in Downtown Clermont 574 W. Montrose Street (352) 394-3855 www.stmatthiasfl.com WOOTSONTEMPLECHURCHOFGOD INCHRISTElder 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 UNITYOFCLERMONTPositive, Progressive Spirituality Publishers of the Daily Word 490 West Avenue, Clermont FL 34711 On the Lake in the Historic Village Train Depot 407-765-5346 Email: nancy@southlakeunity.com Web: southlakeunity.com Sunday Service 10:00 a.m. FERNDALE FERNDALEBAPTISTCHURCHat 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 GROVELAND EDGEMEMORIALUNITEDMETHODISTCHURCH441 S. Main Avenue, Groveland 352-429-2572 Rev. Dr. Donna Manwaring Traditional Worship 9:30 AM Lighthouse Caf 11:00 AM Sunday Fellowship 10:30 AM to 11:00 AM Wednesdays 5:30 PM Dinner Wednesdays 6:30 PM Christian Education FIRSTBAPTISTCHURCH137 E. Cherry St. 429-2651 Sunday School 9:45 am Sunday Worship 10:50 am & 7:00 pm Wednesday 7:00 pm MT.OLIVEMISSIONARYBAPTISTCHURCHSunday 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 MINNEOLA CONGREGATIONSINAIOFMINNEOLAA Progressive Jewish Congregation 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, Mens Club & Womens Club Messgae line: 352-243-5353 Email: congregationsinai@cfl.rr.com W eb: congregationsinai-clermont.org TEMPLEOFTHELIVINGGOD415 Old Hwy 50 394-4596 Sunday School 9:30 am Sunday Worship & Childrens Church 11:00 am Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm Wed Worship & Youth Service 7:00 pm Rev. Loyce Rowland MONTVERDE CROSSROADSFAMILYFELLOWSHIPCome 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 WOODLANDSLUTHERAN(LCMS)15333 CR 455, Montverde 407-469-2525 Pastor Rev. Dr. Brian Kneser Sunday School 9:45 am Sunday Service 8:30 am & 11 am www.woodlandschurch.com OAKLAND PRESBYTERIANCHURCH218 E. Oakland Ave. (1/2 mile N. Hwy 50 at Tubb St./ West Orange Lumber) 8:45 am Contemporary Worship 9:45 am Sunday School For All Ages 11:00 am Traditional Worship Nursery Provided All Services 407-656-4452 Dr. Robert P. Hines, Jr. www.oaklandpres.org Gathering PlacesSpiritual WorshipforTo advertise here call South Lake Press352-394-2183South Lake South LakeGathering PlacesSpiritual Worshipfor BECKERFUNERALHOMEServing Florida Families Since 1957 A Full Service Home -Locally Owned & Operated Ron Becker & Charles Becker,Funeral Directors352-394-7121806 W.Minneola Ave.,Clermont,FL Cremation ChoicesDirect Cremation$675Plus Container Ron Becker,Director352-394-8228921 S.US Hwy 27,Minneola,FL GOODforYOUApplauding the accomplishments of readers SUBMIT YOUR OWN PHOTOS AND INFORMATION: Do you have photographs from a charity,church or civic event that you want featured in Good for You? You can send them to pamfennimor e@dailycommercial.com. Be sure to identify everyone in the photo (full names) and include details on the who,what,when,where and why of the event.And dont forget to include your contact inf ormation. COURTESY PHOTOThe South Lake County Historical Society would like to thank all the people who came to The Singing Treeconcert on Oct.16 at the Jenkins Auditorium in Clermont.Guests enjoyed two hours of enchanting music with Ray Belanger and Llo yd Goldstein as they shared their talents playing music from China, F rance,Ireland,Israel,Scotland and Spain.The duo played one of Goldsteins own compositions. CLERMONT | THE SINGING TREE COURTESY PHOTOThe most recent Terrific Kids at Cypress Ridge Elementary are:Alfred Akomeah,Samara Krotky,Syelinda Kithome, Victoria Ortiz,Annie Griffin,Nicole Workman,Aicha Diakite,Carter Holt,Greg Wellman,Morgan Butler,Charlotte Abney, Kristopher Ganesh,Audrey Gatewood,Hope Kress,Sebastian Testa,Corbin Helton,Gracie Cayton,Isabella Orlando,Marie Alvarez, Alexis Miller,Connor Sproule,Gabriel Ortiz,Alex Zaun,Rachel Marks,James Kelly,Matthew McGregor,Evelina Peroni,Michael Berger,Kai Sit,Collin Stebbins,Bailey Carlson and John Skage. 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CHRIS GERBASI | Staff Writer chrisgerbasi@dailycommercial.comF rustrated with water managers plans to temporarily close two dams and shut off water flow to Lake Griffin, critics are hoping to mount a show of opposition at an upcoming legislative summit. The St. Johns River Water M anagement Districtrecently announced that it will close the dam at the A popka-Beauclair Canal and the Burrell dam on Haines Creek starting D ec. 8 and continuing as late as April 30, just as it did a year ago. The district also will reduce water flow at the Moss Bluff dam in Marion County. The mo ve is intended to help maintain water levels in the Harris Chain of Lakes and Lake Apopka, as well as protect water quality, particularly in polluted Lake A popka, district spokesman Hank Largin said. The lower the water levels, the more sediment can be stirred up. But Fruitland Park resident Ann Wettstein Griffin says the plan will benefit Lake Apopka to the detriment of the chain of lakes .S he said she has gather ed nearly 600 sig natures on a petition opposing the closing of the dams. She hopes many of those objectors attend the Lake A popka S ummit on Dec. 14 at the Clermont campus of Lake-S umter C ommunity College .G r iffin said she also is trying to retain a lawyer who will represent the stakeholders. S tate Sen. Alan Hays, RU matilla, who is spear heading the summit, said he was aware of the conflict o v er the dams, but the meeting will address only Lake Apopka restoration effor ts No public comments will be heard. All agencies that have spent money on the restoration efforts will make presentations on the costs and results of their work, Hays said. Those agencies include the Harris Chain of Lakes Restoration Council, whose chairman, Skip Goerner, also opposes the closing of the dams. He will address the summit panel, and he said he hopes for a large turnout. Theyre cutting off Lake Griffin to maintain poor water quality in Lake A popka, Goerner said. B oth Griffin and Goerner presented their arguments to the district board at its Nov. 8 meeting. Goerner said his council recommended that the district maintain water levels at the highest possible levels during the spor tfish spawning season, which is now through the spring. G riffin, a former Lake C ounty W ater A uthority boar d member who liv es on Lake Griffin, says lakes Harris, Eustis, Dora and B eauclair will become stagnant with lo wo xygen, and fish will suffer Lake Gr iffin, Haines Creek and O cklawaha River will continue to lose water, she added. Water flows north from Lake Apopka through the ApopkaB eauclair C anal and into the H arris Chain, and eventually through the dam on Haines Creek and into Lake Griffin, the last lake in the chain. While Griffin maintains that the water level of Lake G r iffin is execessively low, Largin said last winters five-month pilot study showed that water levels in the Harris Chain were 6 inches higher than they would have been if the dams had not been closed last winter. He said that water levels are low now because of less rainfall than usual in recent y ears. This year, the forecast again is for a winter with less-than-average r ainfall, he said. Goerner disputes that the closing of the dams resulted in better water levels. He said that last winter did not turn out to be as dry as expected, and that there actually was more rainfall than average, which raised the water levels. He said the water levels in all the lakes should be equalized r elative to land elevation. H e said Lake Griffin is a foot below its minimum desir ed water level, while the upper lakes are 6 inches below their minimum desir ed levels. I fy ou put just one inch in Lake Griffin, it means o ver 100 acres of shoreline habitat. Thats considerable Goerner said. Gr iffin believ es that a gr oup called F r iends of Lake Apopka carries political influence with the district. The Winter G arden-based group is dedicated to r estor ation of the lake The moneys over there in Lake Apopka, Griffin said. They re not willing to sacrifice Lake Apopka, but one way or another all the lakes are getting hurt, and Lake Griffin is getting the worst of it. G riffin also pointed to a r ecent outbreak of microcystis, toxic algae, along her shoreline that she suspects was caused by the previous closing of the dams. Goerner, however, said the lower the water levels, the more wind can blow algae across lakes, and that could be the cause of the problem. Largin said the district was unaware of any problems with toxic algae on Lake Griffin. 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Dam closing talk stirs outrageCritics say plans will hurt local lakes A young volunteer scours the bottom of Lake Harris during the Ibini Tera c leanup at Hickory P oint Recreationa l Complex in Tavares in 2010.DAILY COMMERCIAL FILE Theyre cutting off Lake Griffin to maintain poor water quality in Lake Apopka. If you put just one inch in Lake Griffin, it means over 100 acres of shoreline habitat. Thats considerable Skip Goerner,chairman of the Harris Chain of Lakes Restoration Council NOTEBOOK ONGOINGANGEL FOOD MINISTRIES: is a nationwide, ongoing, non-profit organization that offers grocery relief to families in and around the Clermont area thr ough a par tnership with Real Life Christian Church, 1501Steves Road in Clermont. For information, call 407-466-4664 or visit www.angelfoodministries.com. CONGREGATION SINAI OF MINNEOLA: the r eligious school has openings for children ages 8-13. Call 243-5353. Shepherd of the Hills L uther an Church: news paper and magazine recyling program, 13600 C aspian Lane, Cler mont. Call 242-9519.SOUTH LAKE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH FOOD PANTRY: 11 a.m. to 1 p .m., Mondays and Fr idays. Call 394-2753. SOUTH LAKE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH MEALS ON WHEELS: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., Tuesday and Thursdays r eser v ations r equir ed. Call 394-7905.THE F AITH NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER: seeking donations of clothing, food, bed linens, blankets, etc., 7432 S.R. 50, Groveland. C all 429-1200.

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OBITUARIESSara W.SloanSara W. Sloan, 83 of Groveland died Sunday, Nov. 20, 2011 at the Mike Conley Hospice house in Cler mont. A R efined, Godly Lady Sara was married to late Rev. G. P. Sloan of Sloans Ridge for 60 y ears and accompanied him as a Sunday school teacher pianist and faith ful minister s wife for 45 years until his death in May 2005. She was born in Glascock County, Georgia to Emmit & Annie Laura W illiams and is survived b yher thr ee children Jane Franklin of Clermont, FL, Perry & Sandee Sloan of Bradenton, FL and Dale Odom of Lake Panasoffkee, FL Three Brothers Lewis & Gloria Williams of Louisville, GA, Ernest & Elizabeth W illiams of Dade City R aymond & S usan W illiams of D ar ien, GA, T wo S isters R ub yJ ohnson of Acworth, GA and Laura & David Smith of Louisville, GA. Her Four gr andchildren Rick & S andy Franklin of H arrisbur g, NC, Chr is Franklin of New York, NY Chuck & Anna Sloan of Stuart, FL and Greg Franklin of Lake Panasoffkee, FL Four Great Gr and Children Ashlee, Miles & Brenna Franklin and Alex Sloan. The family will receive friends on Friday, Nov. 25, 2011 from 5:00 pm until 7:00 at the First Missionary Baptist Church, 118 Myers Blvd. Mascotte, FL 34753 where ser vices will be held at 11:00 am on S aturday Nov. 26, 2011. Mrs. Sloan will be laid to rest next to her hus band at Empire Church Cemetery in Mascotte. H odges Family F uneral Home, Dade City (352) 567-0000 in charge of arrangements. DEATH NOTICESLou Evan BrannonLou Even Brannon, 89, of Groveland, died Saturday, Nov 19, 2011. Becker Family Funeral Home, Clermont.Raymond Ralph BuschRaymond Ralph Busch, 68, of Clermont, died Friday, Nov. 18, 2011. B ecker Family Funeral Home, Clermont.Edward Joseph KuglichEdward Joseph Kuglich, 90, of Clermont, died W ednesday ,N ov. 16, 2011. Becker Family Funeral H ome, Clermont.Cecil Elwood LakeyCecil Elwood Lakey, 91, of Clermont, died Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2011. B ecker Family Funeral Home, ClermontMarie Ella Cecilia LaPierreMarie Ella Cecilia LaPierre, 84, of Clermont, died Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2011. Becker F amily Funeral Home, Clermont.Jennifer Fay Mohr RichardsJ ennifer Fay M ohr Richards, 36, of Minneola, died Wednesday, N ovember 2, 2011. Becker Family Funeral Home, Clermont.Jack Leon Sever ynsJack Leon Severyns, 70, of G rov eland, died Friday, Nov. 18, 2011. Cremation Choices, Minneola.Julia May WilcoxonJ ulia M ay W ilcoxon, 91, of Mt. Plymouth, died Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2011. Becker Family Funeral Home, Clermont. Friday, November 25, 2011 SOUTH LAKE PRESSA11 INMEMORY COURTESY PHOTOThe Orlando Business Journal honored Montverde Academy Headmaster Dr.Kasey C.Kesselring as one of the business publications Top Ten Men to Watch 2011at the Journals 10th annual Most Influential Businessmen Awards Celebration held Oct. 27 at the Hilton in Orlando.The award is an honor that exemplifies both the dedicated focus and vision of the headmaster.It acknowledges his hard work,significant accomplishments and respected reputation as an academic leader,civic advocate and successful businessman.Following the awards ceremony, Kesselring said,Knowledge,character and community are the three pillars of Montverde Academy,and I have long believed that our involvement in the community is paramount to setting the right example for our students, faculty parents and alumni to kno w and understand the value of service to others. MONTVERDE ACADEMY | TOP HEADMASTERGOODforYOUApplauding the accomplishments of readers Staff ReportCrimeline, which normally pays tipsters up to $1,000 if they help solve a crime, has upped the ante to $7,000 for information on a three-year-old unsolved murder in Mascotte. The slaying is among 13 cold cases mostly murders, missing people and bank robberies now eligible for Enhanced Awards from Crimeline. The facts of the case are: At around 9:24 p.m. on Oct. 31, 2008, Mascotte police responded to a report of a home invasion robbery and shooting at a white mobile home at 828 Anderson Ave. They found two people shot, one of whom later died. Witnesses and the surviving victim said a young white female and young, light-skinned male (white or Hispanic), entered the residence pointing small, black-colored, semautomatic pistols at the victims and witnesses. The female suspect spoke some Spanish, while the male subject had a dark-colored covering over his head/facial area and dark sunglasses on. Both demanded money and cell phones. The surviving victim resisted, not wanting to give up his money, and the female shot him. O ne of the two suspects then shot the second victim, who later died. The two then fled on foot in east on Anderson A venue and then toward S tate Route 50. I n the past 12 months, C rimeline has given out more than $260,000 in rewards to tipsters. It has received more than 10,000 tips, cleared more than 1,000 cases and helped arrest nearly 800 people. Anyone with information about the Mascotte murder may call Crimeline at 1-800-423-TIPS (8477) and speak to someone. Calls are not recorded and no caller ID is used. MASCOTTECrimeline hikes reward for cold case REPORTING CRIME In the past 12 months, Crimeline has given out more than $260,000 in rewards to tipsters.It has received more than 10,000 tips,cleared more than 1,000 cases and helped arrest nearly 800 people. Staff ReportP olice have charged a Groveland couple with child neglect and two drug counts after responding to a call about a child having trouble breathing and finding marijuana in the house, reports said. M atthew Temples, 25, and Shelsea Temples, 22, of 15718 State Road 19, Groveland, are both charged with neglect of child, possession of cannabis and possession of drug paraphernalia. A ccording to an arrest affidavit, police responded to the residence and found the child sitting on a couch. The r esponding officer said he could smell marijuana in the home. After making sure the child was being checked by Lake EMS, the officer said Matthew Temples admitted that he and his wife had been smoking marijuana. The officer then r eceived permission to search a portion of the home, finding 3.2 grams of marijuana, rolling papers, two glass bongs, a pipe and other paraphernalia, the affidavit said. The Department of Children and F amilies got involved and allowed the child to be turned over to Shelsea Temples mother, police said. GROVELANDCouple charged with child neglect,drug possession Staff ReportOnce-a-week lawn and landscape irr igation is in effect in Lake County with the ending of daylight saving time on Nov. 12. The r ules for Standard Time, according to officials with the St. Johns Riv er W ater M anagement District and Lake County C ode include: K I rr igation is pr ohibit ed betw een 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. K Irrigation is limited to no mor e than once per w eek on scheduled days. K R esidential irr igation at odd-numbered addresses or no addresses is allowed on Saturday. K R esidential irr igation at ev en-number ed addr esses is allowed on S unday. K Nonresidential irrigation is allo wed on T uesday. K Irrigation is limited to no mor e than 34-inch of water per zone per irrigation day K I rr igation is limited to no mor e than one hour per irr igation zone per irr igation day K I rr igation is limited to only that amount neces sar y to meet landscape needs K When r eclaimed water is av ailable for use, the use of private irrigation wells is not authorized. K Irrigation limitations apply to water withdr awn fr om ground or surface water, from a private well or pump, or from a public or private utility. K I rr igation limitations apply to all landscape irr igation not curr ently regulated by a consumptiveuse permit. T ypically, this includes r esidential, commer cial and industrial establish ments. K P eople irrigating with an automatic lawn irr iga tion system installed after M ay 1991 shall install, maintain and operate a rain sensor device or switch that overrides the system when adequate r ainfall has occurred. I n May 2009, Lake County commissioners approved a local ordinance that mirrors watermanagement district rules.The first violation of the ordinance is a written warning. The second violation is a minimum $50 fine with subsequent violations doubling each time to a maximum of $1,000 for each violation. Residents can make a landscape irr igation com plaint by calling the code enfor cement ser vices division at 352-343-9639. A searchable database of open and closed code enfor cement cases and complaints is available at www.lakecountyfl.gov, keyword search code enforcement. For information about restrictions, visit www.sjrwmd.com-/water ingr estrictions. LAKE COUNTYWater district establishes new irrigation rules

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A12SOUTH LAKE PRESS Friday, November 25, 2011 www.southlakechamber-fl.com It is hard to believe that my year as Board Chairman is coming to an end.The year, with all its successes and challenges, has gone by quickly.As I noted in January, we looked to 2011 as being a positive turning point for businesses and our economy.We have seen signs within our Chamber that we are turning the corner. Our membership has stabilized this year and our retention rate has seen marked improvement. In addition, nearly 175 new members will have joined our South Lake Chamber of Commerce by year end. We also have seen a number of successes in the Public Policy and Economic Development arena.The Chamber continues to serve as a community leader on issues like local redistricting and the development of a Business Incubator in South Lake,We have jointly hosted a south Lake Summit on water resources with the St. Johns River Water Management District, and facilitated three local candidate forums in Groveland, Mascotte and Minneola in partnership with the Daily Commercial and South Lake Press. Our Education Committee worked to develop enhanced relationships between our schools and the business community and was a voice on a variety of issues including school uniforms, transportation logistics in the area of the new Lake Minneola High and supported the AVID program for middle and high school students looking to pursue a future college experience. W e successfully established a new Sports and Tourism Committee that has worked closely with the Lake County Tourism and Economic Development Department along with South Lake cities and businesses to create an inventory of our diverse sports/tourism assets.The goal in coming years is improved communication and coordination of events and to assist visitors coming here for work, fun, or simple relaxation. Our major Signature Events including our Annual Gala, Howard Stockton Memorial Golf Outing,Teacher Appreciation Breakfast, and lastly our new Taste of South Lake event that attracted nearly 900 attendees, were all tremendous successes.We continue to be THE organization to create and maintain opportunities for networking and community/business engagement in south Lake County. I am also pleased to report that after several years of dedicated effort, we have finalized a plan to continue our 40 plus year partnership the City of Clermont and provide management services for a new community center on Montrose Street that will also house our headquarters.Through this partnership we continue to provide information related to opportunities in south Lake County for business development and business relocation. The bottom line of all that this organization represents is a passionate focus on the success of the entire business community.We have focused on Member First during this year and without fail we have supported each other. Each BAH that is well attended, each Breakfast that provides insight, each issue for which we provide advocacy each networking opportunity that is offered could not happen without the dedication of the members of this Chamber, the amazing volunteers and the tremendous and creative staff that are truly tireless in their efforts.This Chamber is well positioned to address the issues of the day into 2012 and beyond. I congratulate Dr. Kasey Kesselring, Headmaster of Montverde Academy as he assumes the role as Chairman. Let us all continue to proudly support the efforts of our Chamber of Commerce. Lastly, I thank you for affording me the opportunity to serve this organization. It has been a rewarding experience. May each of you have a prosperous and productive new year. John Moore 2011 Board Chairman CHAMBER EVENTSChamber Breakfast When: Friday, December 16 Where: 800 N. U.S. Hwy 27 Minneola City Hall Time: 7:15 8:30 a.m. Program: Holiday Program Presented by: River of Life Osteopathic Supported by: available Catering by: Red Wing Restaurant Cost: $8 member or $10 guest Business After Hours Presented by: BANKFIRST When: Thursday, Dec. 1 Where: 1000 E. Highway 50, Clermont, FL Time: 5:30-7 p.m. First Friday Chamber Connection When: Friday, December 4 Where: 691 W. Montrose St. Jenkins Auditorium Time: 7:15 8:30 a.m. Sponsored by: Available Why you should attend: As business owners and business people, we all must do the basics to grow our client list. Networking one on one with likeminded people should always be at the top of your basics list! Get to meet 20-30 fellow members in a productive environment. Light refreshments will be served. Showcase your business! Want to sponsor a breakfast or Business After Hours? Dont miss the insert in this Business Beat and find out everything you need to know to showcase YOUR business. Window Genie Chamber Ambassadors recently welcomed Window Genie owners Steve and Judy Frommeyer to the South Lake Chamber! Window Genie offers affordable home care services such as window cleaning, window film, window treatments, gutter protection, deck + concrete washing, along with tile and grout cleaning.You can contact them at 352.324.0156 or visit www.windowgenie.com! Committee Notes & NewsMEMBER SERVICES Chair: Gary Tolley In 2011, Member Services focused on two main initiatives that would strengthen the Chamber by growing membership and enhancing their experience. The committee and staff created a marquee event for recruiting new members. Our inaugural Member Drive was held at the Lakeridge Winery. Current members were asked to participate in the contest by inviting potential members to a presentation explaining features and benefits of a Chamber membership.The event was deemed a success and laid the foundation for an annual member drive. W e also worked to develop a Young Professionals group.This group was formed to give our members under the age of 40 an outlet for networking and professional growth. It is from this group that the future Chamber and community leaders will be fostered. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Chair: Curt Binney Over the past year, your Economic Development committee has been involved in many initiatives to improve the business climate in Lake County and support future economic development.This year was the culmination of several years of effort realized in the creation of a South Lake Business Opportunity Center at the former visitors center on highway 27, slated to open this January. We also hosted the first ever water summit between the County, cities, St. Johns River Water Management District and Business leaders.This summit, along with the ongoing efforts to create regional collaboration throughout South Lake will hopefully help our water utilities effectively leverage all of their resources for the benefit of all of South Lake and the stability of future economic growth. The Chamber was a proud sponsor of the Lake County Economic Summit that was recently held.This event that was put on by the County Economic Development staff, and featured seven highly respected experts on economic development, encouraged the creation of a positive climate for economic development throughout the county.As we move into a new year, the Economic Development committee will continue to look at initiatives to encourage entrepreneurial opportunity, business development and expansion and the attraction of new business into South Lake.Through these efforts, we believe all of our members will benefit. EDUCATION COMMITTEE Chair: Robin Revis-Pyke The 2011 year was a productive and busy year for the South Lake Chamber Education Advisory Committee. Meetings are held the first Tuesday of the month at Lake Sumter Community College.The Committee is comprised of educators and business leaders with the purpose of providing vision and influence on issues of importance in relation to the local school system; partner with relevant educational programs and services within the local community; increase awareness among the business community; and to foster relationships among the educators, local businesses, and community leaders. The agenda for the first meeting of the 2011 year was a review of the Resolution by the Chamber regarding transportation infrastructure issues of the new Lake Minneola High School. In 2010, the Committee members discussed issues and/or concerns for schools located in South Lake County.Among the concerns discussed were school safety and traffic.The question was asked as to whether or not a traffic study has been conducted of the South Lake County schools, specifically Grassy Lake Elementary School and Minneola Elementary School, due to the construction of Lake Minneola High School. Concern was expressed in regards to Lake Minneola High School. It was voiced that the construction of the new high school would increase the volume of traffic.At the time, the discussion focused on the absence of caution lights and the safety of the walkers and bikers attending the neighboring elementary schools when the high school opens. Following the discussions, a meeting was coordinated with Jim Stivender, Lake County PublicWorks Department, to discuss the concerns. In response to the concerns, the South Lake Chamber of Commerce submitted a resolution.The resolution was reviewed at the beginning of the 2011 year.A follow up discussion was held with Dr. Susan Moxley, Lake County School Board Superintendent, and Debbie Stivender, Chair of Lake County School Board, in April 2011.Also in attendance were Dr. Robin Revis-Pyke, Chair of the Education Advisory Committee, Ray San Fratello, Chamber President; Mike Bucher, and Lucy Hage. As the year progressed, the Committee continued to review education issues such as the current dress code policy.Within the Lake County communities support for a uniform dress code policy had surfaced, therefore the Education Advisory Committee members spent time throughout the year in dialogue in order to evaluate as to whether or not a uniform dress code policy was necessary and/or supported.At the end of 2011, the decision of the Lake County School Board was to continue with the current dress code policy. The Education Advisory Committee was visited by Lake Eustis Institute at the September 2011 meeting.Virginia Barker, Executive Director, presented information about Lake Eustis Institute in order to explore as to whether or not there is an interest in lifelong learning opportunities in South Lake County. In the fall of 2011, the Education Advisory Committee was successful in presenting the Lake County School Boards AVID Program (Advancement Via Individual Determination) at the October 21st Chamber Breakfast.The AVID Program is a School Board initiative. Clinton Pownall, Computer Business Consultants, Inc., and committee member, sponsored the Breakfast for the AVID Program presentation.The presentation was a great opportunity to create awareness among the business community. In addition, the Education Committee participated in the annual Education Innovations at Lake Minneola High School in October 2011.The AVID Program was presented to the participants of the event.As the 2011 year draws to a close, the committee is continuing to discuss HB O71 and HB 111. HB 071 has been withdrawn. HB 111 is currently in review. HB 111 creates a career diploma track in the public high schools.The Taste of South Lake was held Thursday, November 3, 2011 at the Clermonts Waterfront pavilion and featured the music of Brutha Niel and the Real Deal. More than 800 participants sampled food and drinks from 24 of the areas best restaurants, and voted for the Best of South Lake. There were also 39 area businesses that participated in the Inaugural Event. The winners were: Best of South Lake Desserts Ritter's Frozen CustardBest of South Lake Entree Gator's DocksideBest of South Lake Appetizer Chick-fi-AP eople's Choice Best of South Lake Carrabba's Italian GrillThank you to our sponsors Bright House, Boyette, Cummins & Nailos, Grand Rental Station Carrabba's, City of Clermont, Lake Apopka Natural Gas District, Montverde Academy and Progress Energy.

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Staff reportThe following Lake County Library System librar ies will close today and Saturday for the holidays. Libr ar ies will reopen on Nov. 28 with regularly scheduled hours. K C agan C r ossings Community Library, 16729 C agan Oaks, Clermont K C ooper M emorial Library, 2525 Oakley S eaver Drive, Clermont K H elen Lehmann M emorial Library, 17435 F ifth St., Montverde K M arianne Beck Memorial Library, 112 W. C entral Ave., Howey-inthe-Hills K Marion Baysinger M emorial Library, 756 W. Broad St., Groveland K M inneola Schoolhouse Libr ary, 100 S. Main S t., Minneola Lake C ounty Libr ar y System libraries have a full schedule of holiday programs for youth and adults. F or infor mation, visit www.mylakelibrar y.org. Libraries to close for holidays Friday, November 25, 2011 SOUTH LAKE PRESSA13 352-394-8228921 S. US Hwy 27 Minneola, FLRon Becker, Director Direct Cremation$675Plus Container GOODforYOUApplauding the accomplishments of readers SUBMIT YOUR OWN PHOTOS AND INFORMATION: Do you have photographs from a charity,church or civic event that you want featured in Good for You? You can send them to pamfennimor e@dailycommercial.com. Be sure to identify everyone in the photo (full names) and include details on the who,what,when,where and why of the event.And dont forget to include your contact inf ormation. COURTESY PHOTOJim Lester introduced his long-time friend of more than 50 years,McCoy Gibbs,as the guest speaker at a Kiwanis Club of Clermont luncheon meeting in October.Gibbs is a fellow Kiwanian from the Leesburg Noon Club and pastor emeritus at Morrison United Methodist Church in Leesburg.His message was on integrity.From left,Jim Lester,Pastor Gibbs and club president Kathy Scherer. CLERMONT | KIWANIS CLUB COURTESY PHOTOStudents from the Imagine Charter Elementary School of South Lake in Clermont recently visited the Historic Village.More than 150 second graders toured the village,with a guided tour through the Train Depot,Townsend and Kern homes,and the original Cooper Memorial Library.Above, several of the students look at the wood-burning stove found in the Townsend House.Visit southlakehistoricalsociety .com for information. IMAGINE CHARTER ELEMENTARY | HISTORIC VILLAGE

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ST AND UP FOR AMERICA SALUTES FORMER POWSGr and Marshals of the May 1 Stand Up for America parade w er e two former prisoners of war, representing Vietnam and World War II. Air Force Lt. Col. Glendon W. Perkins, now an Orlando resident, was a prisoner of the North Vietnamese for 6 1/2 y ears .R ex T. Winn of Groveland was a POW in S talag 3 in Germany for 11 months and four days Keynote speaker, Congressman Richard Kelly, presented the American flag that flew over the U. S. Capitol building A pr il 9, 1975, to Paul Anderson Jr. His name was drawn from those registered at various merchants. Master of ceremonies and organiz er of Stand Up for AmericaD ay was the Rev. Leon Drummond,pastor of Minneola Alliance Church.Fifty-seven marching units participated in the 10 a.m. parade. Winners: Marching units, first, Delta Nu Chapter of Epsilon S igma Alpha sor ority ; second, the Umatilla Unicycle team. Float division: first, Davis E lementary; second, Minneola Alliance Chur ch; honorable mention, Clermont Junior Woman's Club.Group participation: first, MidwayElementary; second, First United M ethodist Church of Cler mont; honorable mention, First Lutheran Church of Clermont. Window decorating contest winners: Most original patriotic theme with emphasis on r ed, white and blue, Rambo Florist; second, O liv enbaum Insurance. M ost unusual historical, first, Patti-Lu Casuals; second, Leonards Mens and Boys Store; honorable mention, student decorations at Grandview Apartments.B ike decorating contest: first, AndySperle; second, Susan Thomas; honorable mention, Mary Smythe and Christy Moherek.Old-fashioned costumes: first, Arthur Everly; second, Regina Ahern. Clermont Senior and Junior H igh School bands gave concerts; there were games for children; and South Lake Rotary Club served a country-style steak dinner.COACH WINS TROPHY NAMED AFTER HIS MENTORG er ald S hepar d, coach of the winning Publix Babe Ruth League team, r eceiv ed the first ClarenceB ishop Memorial Trophy. Shepardwas assistant coach for sev en years under Bishop and has been head coach the last three years. Gary Henderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Henderson of Ferndale, won the Dale Shepard Memorial Trophy given yearly to the player exemplifying outstanding sportsmanship. Publix team members are: Larry Dority, Jeff Henderson, Frank Stearns, Scott Boyatt, Ron Boyatt, K eith Henderson, William Wills, David McGinley, Dwayne Deramus, David Shepard, Scott M cLean, John M cLean, T ony Chandler, Coach Gerald Shepard and Assistant Coach Jim Stearns. R. D ale W rightam, commanderCOMMUNITYB1SOUTH LAKE PRESS Friday, November 25, 2011www.southlakepress.com Y OUR CONTACT FOR COMMUNITY NEWSSTAFF WRITER. . . . . . . . . . . . Roxanne BrownPHONE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 394-2183FAX. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 394-8001E-mail. . . . . . . . . . roxannebrown@dailycommercial.comP roudly serving CLERMONT,MINNEOLA,GROVELAND,MASCOTTEand MONTVERDE AAnnnn DDuuppeeeeREMEMBER WHEN A weekly column that reprints some of the more interesting news stories tha t have appeared over the years in the South Lake Press.FROM THE FILES | 35 YEARS AGO 1976Reliving history through the pages of the South Lake PressRELIVING HISTOR Y | B2 K HOMETOWN: The Bronx,New York K OCCUPATION: Cashier at Walt Disney World K FAMILY: Wife,Doris,and two sons,Scott and Shawn What do you enjoy most about South Lake County? It was a very nice place to raise my children. If you had to summarize your philosophy of life in one sentence, what would it be? Wake up with a smile on your face, thinking, This will be a wonderful day. Name a person or incident youve come across recently that s touched you in some way Why did this person or incident impress you so much? There are too many to write here, but if you want just one incident, it would be,working at the ABC Commissar y restaurant at Walt Disney W orld. I have literally met people from all over the world. How does what you do contribute to the welf are of the area? I would have to say working with Meet Your NEIGHBORJAMES SCOTTY SCHULTZ SEE NEIGHBOR | B3 ROXANNE BROWN | Staff Writer roxannebrown@dailycommercial.comOv er the past 25 years, the father and son team of John and Jeff Jones have sold thousands of Murphy beds also known as wall beds to Central Floridians. For those not familiar with what Murphy B eds are, they are beds with inner springs or memory foam mattresses expertly incorporated into cabinetry made of different mater ials, such as smooth, high-pressure laminate, raised thermo-foil panels and solid woods. We have some of the most inventive and unique Murphy Beds in the country at our showrooms here in Florida, Jeff said. People come in sometimes and say things like, Wow, we never knew you could do that with a Murphy Bed. Thats what we like to hear, because then w e can tell them that we have a style to fit their every need. John and Jeff Jones own three Murphy Bed showrooms, the one in Clermont celebrating five years in the community, one on South Orange Blossom Trail and another considered one of the biggest in the country in Altamonte Springs. According to Jeff, the Clermont showr oom, now vir tually construction-zone free, attracts customers from all over Lake County, including Leesburg, Mount Dora and The Villages. D ur ing some of those visits, J eff said he s hear d many customers comment on ho w beautiful the showroom is. Were very pleased with our Clermont location, and have made so many friends since opening, Jeff said. The Murphy bed vision began when W illiam L. Murphy applied for a patent on April 1, 1916. He was granted a design patent in June of that year, started the M urphy W all B ed Company and began production in San Francisco. J ohn, who is now 89 years old and still wor king ev er y day and son, Jeff, jumped on board with the company in the mid 1980s. B ack then, the styles of beds were more limited compar ed to today, though the con cept has remained the same, Jeff said. T echnology and comfort of the beds have gr eatly impr o ved, along with the contemporary styles that have evolved to meet the growing demand for double-duty rooms, such as home office systems In addition, because we are such a large v olume dealer, we can offer a lot of different styles finishes and flavors of Murphy B eds to all our customers, Jeff said. And though there have been a lot of copy cats that have come and gone w er e still standing strong after 25 years. A ccording to the Joneses, one of their most popular styles is the libr ar y bed, wher eCLERMONTDuring 25 years in business, thousands of wall beds soldCOURTESY PHOTOJohn Jones,who with son,Jeff Jones (not pictured),owns the Murphy Beds store in Clermont,as well as one on Orange Blossom Trail in Orlando and one in Altamonte Springs. SEE WALL BEDS | B2

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B2SOUTH LAKE PRESS Friday, November 25, 2011 Across 1 Followers of William the Conqueror 8 ___ Pepper 11 African menace 14 Part of a sentence: Abbr. 17 Tracing paper, e.g. 18 Twosomes 19 Partner of raised 21 Who said Learn from the masses, and then teach them 22 Students err? 24 Bonus reel fodder 26 Punk offshoot 27 Pistil complement 28 in a bikini 29 Oklahoma city 31 Medusa killer takes his agent to court? 33 Feel that ones had enough, say 37 Temptation 38 Singsong syllable 39 Part of N.C.A.A.: Abbr. 40 Rig 41 Foreign tender? 44 Open hearings in courts 46 Reinforced ice cream container? 51 What Eng. majors pursue 52Kay of Rich Man, Poor Man 53 Thats it! 54 Info on modern business cards 56 Just sort, supposedly 58 Inferior tour vehicle for Snoop Dogg? 63 One side in a bullfight 66 Em and Bee, e.g. 67 Up 68 Recollection from a winter tourist in Poland? 71 Cut, in a way 73 It serves a duel purpose 74 Flip of a flop 75 Bit of progress 76 One encountered in a close encounter 79 Disparaging Argentine leader badly injured? 87 Ads 88 Perks 89 Shucks! 90 Actress Thurman 93 With 65-Down, stuck 94 The old man 95 We totally should! 97 One-on-one job for a ladies man? 102 Spin meas. 103 Place to buy stage props 104 Stanza alternative 106 Former J.F.K. line 109 Rug type 110 Son of Darius, please confirm my dog is male? 113 Hip-hops ___ Def 114 Rein in 115 Denizens: Suffix 116 Risk 117 Approx. 118 Guitar great Paul 119 Emergency broadcast 120 Do it Down 1 Dont think so! 2Ooplasm locale 3Take back 4Picture of health, for short? 5 Best effort 6Long Island county west of Suffolk 7 Part of GPS: Abbr. 81970 #1 R&B hit for James Brown 9Not be spoken aloud 10 Rx qty. 11 French clergymen 12 Way pass 13 One who gets things 14 1998 Masters champion Mark 15 It may be settled over beers 16 Nativity figure 18 Stopping point? 20 Alack of compassion 23 Come full circle? 25 Reading Rainbow network 28 That cant be 29 Busy 30 Send out press releases, e.g. 32 The Auld Sod 33 Former N.B.A. star Spud 34 Apastel 35 Shoot! 36 Its stunning 42 Pres. Carters alma mater 43 Candy company whose first flavor was Pfefferminz 44 Federal org. with inspectors 45 Cry with a forehead slap, maybe 47 Pipe fitting 48 Drains 49 Cities, informally 50 Down in the dumps 55 Dashed fig. 56 They may be sore after a game 57 Nest egg option, briefly 58 Big ___ 59 Italian article 60 Start of an aside, to tweeters 61 Jah worshiper 62 Total 63 Hampshire mother 64 SoCal squad 65 See 93-Across 66 Italian vineyard region 69 Too bad! 70 River islands 71 Whom Han Solo calls Your Worship 72 Constantly shifting 75 TiVo, for one 76 Press 77 They may be metric or not 78 Dedicated offerings 80 Deluxe 81 Completely flip 82 Scaloppine, usually 83 Show, as something new 84 Curio displayers 85 Sound dumbfounded 86 Their necks can turn 270 degrees 90 Repulsive 91 Skirts smaller than minis 92 Having a policy of reverse seniority? 94 Top 40 fare 96 Leads counterpart 98 Wedded 99 Producers of scuff marks 100 New Sensation band, 1988 101 Former telco giant 105 Get back to 106 Thats a fact 107 #1 follows it 108 Given the heave-ho 110 Sorority letters 111 Roxy Music cofounder 112 Astreet drug, for short No. 1113R EITHER WAYBy Jeremy Newton and Tony Orbach / Edited by Will Shortz For any three answers, call from a touch-tone phone: 1-900-285-5656, $1.49 each minute; or, with a credit card, 1-800814-5554. 1234567 8910111213141516 1 7 18 19 2021 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 2930 31 32 333435 36 37 38 39 40 414243 44 45 46 47 48 4950 5 15 2 5 35 4 5 5 5657 585960 6162 636465 66 67 68 6970 7172 73 74 75 767778 79 8081 828384 8586 87 88 89 90919293 94 9596 97 98 99 100101102 103 104 105 106107108 109 110 111112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 S olution to puzzle on page B9. No matter what you think about Obamacare or the health care industry in this country, and no matter what the Supreme Court says about it, we are all having to deal with health insurance or not having it. O ne of the first questionsI hear is, Do you take my insurance? I tell people that I take any insurance that takes me. I nsurance is all about what your individual policy says is covered. Thats the first thing you need to know. Before I go farther, let me say this: I am not an expert in health insurance or the U.S .health-caremodel, so check out everythingI say with your insurer, your agent or your attorney! I will try to give my perspective on the issues though. You need to find out what your policy covers no matter where you go. P eople go into all sorts of doctors offices and hospitals and expect that since they pay for insurance, it is supposed to take care of their healthcare costs. Thats just not the way it works in most cases. Y ou pay a premium to access a negotiated rate, which the insurance company contracts with certain doctors, clinics and facilities. If you buy a plan that hasnt contracted with a specific doctor or for a specific service you are not covered, and need to pay for that service just like someone with no insurance. Different plans have different contracted rates. S ometimes it makes no sense as what is being paid or why. The second, very related thing you need to know is that in most cases your insurance company does not care if you will get better or not. It is concerned with what your plan says is covered, and who you go to. I have seen people who are scheduled for an expensive surgery that is covered by insurance come to me. The patient then asks the insurance company if it would cover my visits (which will be much less than what the surgery costs), and the insurance company says no, but we will pay for the surgery when you need it! It doesnt make sense, does it? The other issue is that w e dont know how muchwe are paying for insurance.After the employer pays some of the cost, you pay the rest, and you still need to pay for deductibles, co-pays, etc. I have seen people paying $800 per month, which is $9,600 per year, plus having a $2,500 deductible. Thats more than $11,000 the person would pay in one year before anything is actually covered. The insurance company isnt paying for much of anything. I had a health savings account last year that I paid about $300 per monthand had $2,500 deductible.F rom $2,500 to $5,000, Ionly had to pay 20 percent.After $5,000 the insurance covered 100 percent. You do the math. Thats about $6,000 max out of pocket, which is much less than $11,000. If neither of us went to the doctor. I saved more than $6,000 in the year. The biggest issue is that many people think they are paying for insurance, and they will only go to people wholl take their insurance. Insurance is a business. There are a lot of good MDs, DOs, chiropractors, massage therapists, physical therapists, acupuncturists, naturopathic doctors, nutritionists, etc., who are not covered by your insurance that may serve you better than the health-care providers that your insurance does covers. Y ou have to decide if you are going to continue to trust your health and life to the lowest bidder. Remember, its your life. Its your health. Its your choice! Health care and insurance can be confusingMMiicchhaaeell AA.. VViissccoonnttiiNATURAL MEDICINE Michael A.Visconti is a doctor of oriental medicine whose office is located near the Citrus Tower.If you have any questions regarding this or any other health related topics,you can contact him through is Website at www.docvisconti.com,or on Facebook by signing up for the Visconti Acupuncture & Natural Medicinefan page. two bookshelves slide open to reveal a Murphy wall bed, a concept that they say fits perfectly with current times since more and more people are working out of their homes. The space utilization that Murphy Beds provide is very well geared to the curr ent economy and the way things are going, Jeff said. More people are wor king out of their homes and many find it easy with this type of unit to incorporate home offices into spaces they can still also use for other things. Jones also said the company views the customiza tion and pr ofessional installation of a M urphy bed as an equally important experience for every customer J ones said people hav e the cabinets placed in all kinds of rooms from the everpopular home office to dens, studies and exercise or hobby rooms. Anywhere where someone may need a bed but doesnt want to give up the space for it per manently he noted. F or 350 days out of the year, people need to use the r ooms for their o wn purposes S till, they want to have a good decent bed for their company, not a sofa bed or futon, Jones said. Thats where the M urphy beds come in and why they have become so popular . People just love them.W ALL BED CONTINUED FROM B1An example of a Murphy Bed. of Jess Thomas Chapter, Disabled American Veterans, and Elbert Ritchie, adjutant of VFW Post 5277, presented American flags during opening ceremonies at Bishop Field. In other news: K D avid Radzewski of Mascotte received four awards at Awards Day, tying a Lake Sumter Community College record. He was top student academically in gener al physics funda mental mathematics, general biology and college chemistry. K Dick Douglass is Green Valley C ountr y Club s new mens champion, shooting 241 for the 54-hole tournament. Opal M cClanahan defended her women s title b y shooting 260. K F or the thir d year, Hanks Electric of Cler mont and G rov eland has won G eneral Electrics most prestigious dealer award, the Monogram Distinguished D ealer award, for its outstanding contributions to the development, growth and maturity of the central air conditional industr y. K H igh point r ibbons w ere awarded C andy Ogden, Debbie Queen and Reba Q ueen at the Girl Scout Rodeo held at Meg Lewis Tin Cup Ranch. The Girl Scout Drill Team performed a Square Dance on Horseback, directed by C andy Ogden. D r ill team members ar e Madeline Hoffman, Susan Homan, M arty Jo Pottorff, Patricia Posey, Cherie B lanchard, Janice Cook, Jeanne Olson, S usan Davis, Denise Wolfe, Wendy Blanchard and Mary Ann Rice. Mrs. Lewis presented appreciation trophies to four special friends of the mounted unit Chuck K uharske, H arry Spooner, Phil Kuharske and announcer Bill Rice. K Clermont High Schools student body officers elected for next y ear are S ue Provost, president, and Linda Lory, vice president. K Laur a R oberson, Sheila Ann P ar ker T ony Pegg, Tara Parker and Gina Pegg are among the kindergartners through thir d gr aders from Clermont and Minneola Elementary schools who will join the M ar ch of Dimes Order of the Battered Boot by participating in a two-mile walk.20 YEARS AGO 1991Last school year, selected sixth gr aders at Clermont Junior High School par ticipated in the Florida Mathematics League Contest. Students w ere required to answ er 40 questions on a v ar iety of topics within a 30-minute time limit. The top five raw scores were combined for a team score that was then submitted to contest headquarters. Clermonts team members Tim V aldes Eric Ernst, Sarah Edwards, Bret J ones and Jeremiah Castleman scor ed a total of 157, earning them first place in the region that includes Citrus, Lake, Levy, Marion and St. Johns counties.RELIVING HISTORY CONTINUED FROM PAGE B1

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Friday, November 25, 2011 SOUTH LAKE PRESSB3 and around children.For more than 20 years,between Little League baseball and community theater,I have seen these kids grow and learn,and now some ofthem are grown,married and have children of their own.Id call that a great accomplishment. Whats something youve always wanted to do but havent yet? Besides winning the lotter y,Id ha ve to say take a trip back to the Bronx to go to the new Yankee Stadium,eat a great big New Y ork pizza, and get a real Jewish bagel. What advice would you give to people who want to help out in the community? Convince the city and county fa thers to get a real theater for the Moonlight Players of Clermont. NEIGHBOR CONTINUED FROM B1 CHURCHALENDARA LIST OF EVENTSRECYCLING PROGRAM:S hepherd of the Hills L utheran Church, 13600 Caspian Lane, Clermont. All proceeds from recycling benefit the FAITH Neighborhood Center food bank. For information call 242-9519.FOOD PANTRY:South Lake Presbyterian Church,11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Mondays and Fridays. Call 394-2753.THE MISSION OF PROJECT ZION:Zion Lutheran Church is seeking donations to assist South Lake C ounty neighbors with food, prescriptions and utilities. Call 429-2960.MEN OF STEEL: 6:30 p.m., Wednesdays, The River Church, 796 Hook St., Clermont. For men ages 20-35. Call 243-7505 for information. A gem of a thrift storeAngels of Mercy Thrift Store is located right off State Road 50, one block west of Highway 27 behind Burger King at 1330 Millholland Drive. The small, not-for-profit organization offers a valuable service to the area. It doubles as an emergency food pantry. Grocery items are given to those in need absolutely free. T o qualify, families must reside in the communities of Clermont, Minneola, Ferndale or Montverde. Currently Angels of Mercy provides emergency food to more than 1,000 individuals each month. The staff consists of all volunteers, working threeto sixhour shifts Monday through Saturday. Call 352394-4094 for information.

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FRANK JOLLEY | Staff Writer frankjolley@dailycommercial.comRobert McCue has high expectations for every program and activity at South Lake High School. As school principal, McCue wants his students to succeed in the classroom as well in the athletic arena. While McCue is pleased with the academic progress being made around campus, he is less than happy with the schools athletic successes, particularly with the football team. After considering his options, McCue decided that a change was needed to inject new life into the football program. The process of turning around the Eagles fortunes, fr om McCues perspective, began late Wednesday when he decided not to bring Walter B anks back as the schoolsfootball coach for next season.Since coaching football is a supplemental position, I did not fir e Coach Banks, McCue said. I did, however, makethe decision not to keep CoachB anks as our football coach. W ere grateful for everything he s done for our football program, but it was time for a change I dont remember the last time S outh Lake played in the play offs, and that shouldnt be the case. B anks had just completed his fifth season as Eagles head coach. H e led S outh Lake to a 4-6 r ecor d this season after losing 11 starters from lasty ear s team which finished 6-4. D uring his tenure at S outh Lake, the Eagles were 22-27. Banks was unable to end S outh Lake s postseason dr ought. The Eagles last appeared in the Florida High School Athletic Association playoffs in 1996, losing to Port Or ange Atlantic in the firstround of the Class 4A regionals. I was extremely disappointed when I was informed on Wednesday that I wouldnt be asked back for another season, Banks said. Im proudof what weve accomplished in ter ms of finding colleges for our play ers I wish we had won more football games, but my goal always has been to help our student-athletes earn a college degree. From my perspective, that s the most important job for a high-school coach. M cCue said he will form a hiring committee made up of school and community lead ers. Once potential candidates are identified, McCue said the committee will analyze each candidate s resume and inter view those most qualified.McCue said he will not place a timetable on the hiring process, but he plans to have a new coach in place and on campus before spring practice begins on May 1. I don t want this process to linger needlessly for months but Im not going to rush through it, either, he said. I want to bring in the best coach I can find. This will be a thorough process and our new coach will be someone that ev er yone will be happy with. Our student-athletes, our school and our community deserves the best out there. Banks and McCue said the former coach will remain on the school s teaching staff as a P hysical Education teacher. Banks said he hopes to coach again as soon as next season, although he doesnt know if there will be a job opening in Lake or Sumter County. If Banks is forced to leave the area for a new coaching position, his departure almost certainly will create two v acancies in south Lake C ounty B anks wife, Sabrina, is an assistant principal at East Ridge. I m going to explore my options B anks said. My family and I lo v e living in Lake C ounty but I also want to continue coaching football. If there are no openings inLake or Sumter counties, I mayhave to leave to find a job. Right now, Im still a PE teacher at South Lake. Said McCue, My decision replace Coach Banks was based solely on our football teams performance on the field. He is an important member of our faculty. He does a gr eat job and our stu dents respect him and enjoy being around him. But, our football team needed to go in another direction.Were grateful for everything hes (Banks) done for our football program,but it was time for a change. Robert McCue,principal South Lake High School SPORTSB4SOUTH LAKE PRESS Friday, November 25, 2011www.southlakepress.com YOUR CONTACT FOR SPORTS NEWSSPORTS EDITOR. . . . . . . . . . . . . Frank JolleyPHONE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 365-8283FAX. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 394-8001Email. . . . . . . . . . . . . sports@dailycommercial.com andLEISURE High school footballs second season is under way, and for a quartet of schools in Lake and Sumter counties East Ridge, South Sumter, Wildwood and The Villages the buzz and ex citement created by a F lorida H igh School Athletic Association play off game was apparent in all its glory last weekend. For South Lake fans, it was gr eat to see the Knights back in postseason action following a two-year hiatus. F riday nights 21-18 victory over Ovideo moves EastRidge into a second-round game against Class 7a, District 4 rival Orlando Evans. The return of the Knights to the postseason lends an aura of legit imacy thats been missing in r ecent y ears. The posteason just hasnt seemed the same without East Ridge. My gridiron universe has been out of sync the last couple of postseasons. Playoff brackets without East Ridge have to be the reasons for my recent malaise, because the Knights are back this year, Im feeling an extra jolt. Its like someone connected a set of jumper cables to a battery and ... to me. The naysayers likely will bring up the fact the Knights have not won a state championship W ell, only eight schools in the entire state win state championships and no area school has won since Eustis took the Class 2A championship in 1983. Its not like we have teams playing for titles every year. Who can forget the Knights 2005 regional quarterfinal clash against Orlando Edgewater at The Dungeon? East Ridge entered the game as the top-ranked team in Class 6A and Orlando Edgewater was ranked No. 6. A standing-roomonly crowd, including countless thousands who watched from per ches on the hills and roads surrounding the field, saw a classic that ended with the Eagles knocking off the Knights in overtime. It was, arguably, the biggest football game ever played in Lake County, the kind of game that tradition and legends are built on. Other football fans might hang their hats on The Villages recent success. Despite not playing their first game until 2004, the B uffalo have compiled a 53-29 record and topped out with a school record 9-2 mark last season. I wish the Knights and Buffalo the best of luck. I hope to see one of you in the Citrus Bowl in Orlando in December, playing for a state championship. I really do. And with East Ridge and The Villages still in play, our football universe is spinning again on its pr oper axis Sports fans welcome return of Knights to postseason play Frank JolleySPOR TS EDITORsports@dailycommercial.com GROVELANDPrincipal: Banks was not firedFILE PHO TOIn five years as head coach,Walter Banks led South Lake High School to a 22-27 record,including a 4-6 mark in 2011.Banks said he expects to remain on the faculty until the end of the school year. THIS WEEKS GAMESAll games start at 7 p.m.unless noted. EAST RIDGE (8-3) at ORLANDO EVANS (10-1) The Skinn y: The Knights slipped past Ovideo, 21-18,in their first-round playoff game,setting up a rematch with Class 7A,District 4 rival Orlando Evans.On Oct.7,Evans handed East Ridge a 35-7 loss,and then went on to claim the District 4 regular season title.Since then, the Knights have reeled off five straight wins. During that streak,the Knights have outscored their opponents 173-84.Theyll need that offensive firepower against Evans,which has rolled up 313 points in its 11 games,while holding opponents to two TDs per outing.LAST WEEKS GAMESEAST RIDGE 21, OVIEDO 18 The reca p: The Knights generated just enough offense to beat Oviedo in their first-round playoff contest.Equally important was the performance of the defense.For the second straight outing, East Ridges defensive unit held its opponents to under three TDs. THE VILLAGES 56, BALDWIN 35 The reca p: Jessie Chavis rushed for 180 yards and scored four touchdowns to lead the Buffalo past Baldwin in the Class 1A semifinals. Chandler Holt added a TD and 89 yards rushing, as the Buffalo punished the Indians defense with a bruising running game.Two late-game miscues by Baldwin an interception and a blocked punt broke open a tight game and lifted the Buffalo to victory.FHSAA PLAYOFFSGames involving area teams FIRST-ROUND SCORES; CLASS 7A-REGION 1 East Ridge 21, Oviedo 18CLASS 4A-REGION 2 Jacksonville Bolles 42, South Sumter 21CLASS 1A-REGION 4 The Villages 56, Baldwin 35 Lak e Butler Union County 42, Wildwood 14 THIS WEEKS GAMESFRIDAY CLASS 7A-REGION 1 SEMIFINALS East Ridge at Orlando Ev ans, 7:30 p .m.CLASS 1A-REGION 4 FINALS The Villages at Lake Butler Union County 7:30 p.m.

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Friday, November 25, 2011 SOUTH LAKE PRESSB5 Mail-in rebates are making a comeback for the frugal-minded shoppers across the globe. I can remember when mail-in rebates w ere the norm for everyday shopping. I had to keep a log of when I mailed our the refunds vs. when they arrived. R ebate forms can range from electronics to cleaning supplies and household items, and can be offered by the manufacturer or a specific store. You need to pay close attention to what your forms say because many require y our original receipt. But if you plan ahead, you can print the forms separately as you check out. O nline rebates are becoming more and more common as well. R etailers try to make it easy for you to get your rebate in the system and processed quickly. You can find a list of current mail-in rebate forms available onmy site www.DivineDealDiva.com,or www.Refundsweepers.com Here are a few tips to help you get the most from rebates: K R ead the instr uctions before y ou mail out the form. Many r etailers require your original r eceipt, and also a UPC code (proof of purchase). Documentation is key when submitting a mail-in rebate or online r ebate. K W rite neatly on the form provided if possible. K K eep a record of when you submitted the form. K Do not buy an item that y ou dont need just to get the rebate. Spending money to get a rebate is not being very frugal. Rebate checks can take 6 to 12 weeks to arrive. K B e on time and pr ompt with y our mail-in rebate. It is a good rule of thumb to get the rebate submitted right away, and not at the end of the offer. This ensures that you get exactly what is advertised on the form. K K eep a copy for yourself of what was submitted. This is to ensure you receive the correct rebate. If there is an error, you can follow up with the original information. Y ou can build a nice savings account with just your rebate forms. I nstead of cashing the check and spending it right away, put the dollars away for a rain day or next Christmas. Then when the time comes and a big purchase is needed, you will already have a fund to draw money from. Black Friday and Cyber Monday r eminder: Dont forget that most of the sale items you find in store will also be available online during the same shopping hours. Also, the following Monday is C yber Monday. Make sure tocheck out www.DivineDealDiva.comfor all your free shopping/shipping codes and more. Tanya Senseney has been coupling more than 14 years.She teaches families how to reduce their monthly grocery expenditures,and give back to the community.Would you like Tanya to speak at your next event,or would you like her to host a workshop? Contact her at Tanya@DivineDealDiva.com. TTaannyyaa SSeennsseenneeyyDIVINE DEAL DIVA Mail-in rebates are making comeback Special to theSouth Lake PressJ ames Jim Jennings has been named executive director for Superior Residences of Clermont, located at 1600 Hunt Trace Blvd. Jennings has extensive experience in this field having served as executive director at assisted living facilities in Albany, Ga., and Bradenton. For the last five years he ser v ed as the divisional dir ector of human r esources for Emeritus Senior Living. J ennings has a masters in public administr ation and health services man agement fr om W ebster U niversity, St. Louis. He also earned a B.S. in marketing with a minor in economics from the University of North Carolina. O n the personal side, he spent 22 years in the U.S. M arine Corps and retired as a major. For a short while, he played professional baseball for the St. Louis Cardinals until an injury ended his career. J ennings involvement with communities he has lived in includes volunteer ing with the Manatee C ounty Sheriffs Department and the Orlando P olice Department. H e has two daughters one attending college and one a senior in high school. Superior Residences offers all the services nor mally associated with an assisted living center, but with special modifications to meet the unique needs of residents with memory car e issues, such as those with Alzheimers disease. For information call 352394-5549. CLERMONTJennings Joins Superior Residences as directorJIM JENNINGS Special to the South Lake PressL.A. Tan has promoted Lisa Zelaya to manager and Lisa Lo wry to assistant manager at the Clermont salon at 1670 E. H ighway 50. Rick Patel, owner and chief executive officer, said Zelaya joined L.A. T an early this year as a manager trainee. S he has more than 20 y ears of exper ience in the r etail and hospitality industry, and was formerly in the management program at Panera Bread, he said. Z elaya attended Valencia College. She is also the CEO of L.A. Zelaya Construction Inc. (formerly known as L.A. Lo wry has been with the company since 2005 and recently graduated from Westside Vocational T echnical School with a license in massage therap y. I n her new role, Zelaya was also recently involved in training and hiring a new manager for the new L.A. Tan in Tampa located at 5323 Gunn Highway. Lisa is an exceptional administrator with personal drive, customer appeal and creativity, said Patel. We expect her to play a key role in our continued gr o wth. CLERMONTL.A. Tan names new manager, assistant manager Special to the South Lake PressThe Lake-Sumter Community C ollege Foundation, Inc. is offer ing commemor ativ e bricks to community members who would like to sup por t the new C ooper M emor ial Library at LSCC South Lake Campus. The bricks are $50, and include up to three lines of text. Funds will be used to fund a variety of programs at the new library. To reserve a brick and support the Cooper Memorial Library, call 352-365-3518. CLERMONTPublic can leave a legacy at new libr ary

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E E O O E E 421FinancialA A D D V V E E R R T T I I S SI I N N G G S S A A L L E E S S A A S S S S I IS S T T A A N N T T W W e e h h a a v v e e a a n n e e w w p p o o s s i i t t i io o n n a a v v a a i il l a a b b l le e , a a t t t t h h e e N N e e w w s s S S u u n n i in n S Se e b b r r i i n n g g f f o o r r a a A A D D V V E E R R T T I IS S I IN N G G S SA A L L E E S S A A S S S S I IS S T T A A N N T T R R e e s s p p o o n n s s i ib b i i l li i t t i ie e s s : : S Sc c h h e e d d u u l l i in n g g c c l li i e e n n t t a a p p p p o o i in n t t m m e e n n t t s s . M Ma a i in n t t a a i i n n i in n g g a a d d v v e e r r t t i is s i in n g g s s c c h h e e d d u u l le e s s . C C l li ie e n n t t r r e e l la a t t i i o o n n s s a a n n d d a a s s s s i is s t t M M u u l lt t i i M Me e d d i ia a A A c c c c o o u u n n t t E E x x e e c c u u t t i iv v e e . S Sa a l l a a r r y y + + C C o o m mm m i is s s s i io o n n . S Se e n n d d R R e e p p l l y y T T o o : : T T h h e e D D a a i i l ly y C C o o m m m me e r r c c i i a a l l P P O O B B o o x x 4 49 9 0 0 0 00 0 7 7 L L e e e e s s b b u u r r g g , F F L L 3 34 47 7 4 49 9 o o r r E E m m a a i i l l t t o o : : A A d d s s a a l le e s s j j o o b b s s @ @ d d a a i il ly y c c o o m m m me e r r c c i i a a l l. c c o o m m E E O O E E O O U U T T S S I ID D E E S SA A L L E E S S & & T T E E L L E E M M A A R R K KE E T T E E R R S S E E a a s s y y s s a a l le e $ $1 1 4 4 $ $2 2 0 0 h h r r s s . p p o o s s s s i ib b l le e . 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T T h h e e D D a a i i l ly y C C o o m m m m e e r r c c i i a a l l i i n n L L e e e e s s b b u u r r g g , F F L L . & & T T h h e e N N e e w w s s S Su u n n i i n n S S e e b b r r i i n n g g , F F L L N N e e w ws s p p a a p p e e r r t t h h a a t t h h a a s s a a n n f f o o r r a a q q u u a a l l i if f i i e e d d O O u u t t s s i id d e e S S a a l le e s s R R e e p p r r e e s s e e n n t t a a t t i i v v e e t t h h a a t t v v a a l lu u e e s s t t e e a a m m w wo o r r k k a a n n d d h h a a s s a a d d e e s s i i r r e e t t o o s s u u c c c c e e e e d d . T T h h e e s s u u c c c c e e s s s s f f u u l l c c a a n n d d i id d a a t t e e m m u u s s t t h h a a v v e e a a t t l le e a a s s t t 6 6 m mo o n n t t h h s s t t o o 1 1 y y e e a a r r s s a a l l e e s s e e x x p p e e r r i i e e n n c c e e . I I s s h h i ig g h h l l y y m m o o t t i i v v a a t t e e d d a a n n d d e e n n j jo o y y s s b b u u i il ld d i i n n g g c c l l i ie e n n t t r r e e l l a a t t i io o n n s s h h i i p p s s , n n o o t t a a f f r r a a i i d d t t o o a a s s k k f f o o r r a a s s a a l le e , p p r r o o f f e e s s s s i i o o n n a a l l , e e n n t t h h u u s s i ia a s s t t i ic c , a a n n d d e e x x h h i ib b i i t t a a h h i ig g h h l le e v v e e l l o o f f i in n t t e e g g r r i i t t y y . W W e e o o f f f f e e r r b b a a s s e e s s a a l la a r r y y p p l l u u s s c c o o m m m mi i s s s s i io o n n ; ; e e x x c c e e l l l le e n n t t b b e e n n e e f f i it t s s t t o o i i n n c c l lu u d d e e m me e d d i ic c a a l l, d d e e n n t t a a l l, l li i f f e e , 4 40 0 1 1k k a a n n d d m m o o r r e e ; ; p p a a i id d t t i i m me e o o f f f f ; ; a a n n d d t t r r a a i in n i in n g g . S S e e n n d d R R e e p p l ly y T T o o : : T T h h e e D D a a i il l y y C C o o m mm m e e r r c c i ia a l l P PO O B B o o x x 4 4 9 9 0 00 0 0 0 7 7 L L e e e e s s b b u u r r g g , F F L L 3 3 4 47 7 4 49 9 o o r r E E m m a a i i l l t t o o : : A A d d s s a a l l e e s s j j o o b b s s @ @ d d a a i i l ly y c c o o m mm m e e r r c c i ia a l l .c c o o m m E E O O E E J J E E N N K K I I N N S S H H Y Y U U N N D D A A I I O O F F L L E E E E S S B B U U R R G GIs looking for motivated Internet Sales People. Computer & phone skills a must. Must accommodate flexible hrs. Full benefits & Ins. CRM training & leads provided. Must have off site internet access. Interviews Tues. & Wed. C C a a l l l l J J o o s s e e A A l l o o n n s s o o I I n n t t e e r r n n e e t t D D i ir r e e c c t t o o r r 1 13 3 5 52 2 3 3 6 62 2 5 59 9 9 9 0 0 t t o o s s c c h h e e d d u u l le e a a n n a a p p p p t t . F F o o r r w w a a r r d d r r e e s s u u m m e e s s t t o o j j o o s s e e a a l l o o n n s s o o @ @ j j e e n n k k i i n n s s c c a a r r s s . c c o o m m 410Sales D D I I S S T T R R I I B B U U T T I I O O N N D D I I S S T T R R I I C C T T M M A A N N A A G G E E R RN N e e e e d d e e d d I Im m m me e d d i i a a t t e e l ly y f f o o r r t t h h e e D D a a i i l ly y C C o o m m m me e r r c c i ia a l l c c i ir r c c u u l l a a t t i io o n n d d e e p p a a r r t t m me e n n t t . C C a a n n d d i i d d a a t t e e w w i i l ll l h h a a v v e e M M a a n n a a g g e e m m e e n n t t e e x x p p e e r r i ie e n n c c e e , s s a a l le e s s a a n n d d m m a a r r k k e e t t i in n g g e e x x p p e e r r i ie e n n c c e e a a p p l l u u s s . C C a a n n d d i id d a a t t e e w wi il l l l t t r r a a i in n a a n n d d h h i ir r e e c c a a r r r r i ie e r r s s t t o o d d e e l li iv v e e r r t t h h e e l l o o c c a a l l d d a a i i l ly y n n e e w w s s p p a a p p e e r r t t o o c c u u r r r r e e n n t t s s u u b b s s c c r r i ib b e e r r s s . C C a a n n d d i id d a a t t e e w w i il l l l b b e e r r e e s s p p o o n n s s i ib b l l e e f f o o r r u u p p d d a a t t i in n g g r r o o u u t t e e b b o o o o k k s s , s s e e l l l l i in n g g n n e e w w s s u u b b s s c c r r i ip p t t i io o n n s s , m ma a i i n n t t a a i in n i in n g g e e x x c c e e l l l le e n n t t c c u u s s t t o o m me e r r s s e e r r v v i i c c e e a a n n d d a a d d d d r r e e s s s s i in n g g a a n n y y c c u u s s t t o o m m e e r r c c o o n n c c e e r r n n s s . V V a a l l i id d D D r r i iv v e e r r s s L L i i c c e e n n s s e e & & i in n s s u u r r a a n n c c e e r r e e q q u u i ir r e e d d . T T h h i is s i i s s a a f f u u l l l l t t i im m e e s s a a l la a r r i i e e d d p p o o s s i i t t i io o n n w wi i t t h h b b o o n n u u s s i in n c c e e n n t t i iv v e e s s . S Sc c h h e e d d u u l le e i in n c c l lu u d d e e s s d d a a y y , n n i ig g h h t t , w w e e e e k k e e n n d d a a n n d d h h o o l l i id d a a y y h h o o u u r r s s . P Pl l e e a a s s e e s s e e n n d d r r e e s s u u m m e e t t o o D D M M j j o o b b s s @ @ d d a a i il l y y c c o o m m m me e r r c c i ia a l l. c c o o m m f f a a x x t t o o 3 35 5 2 2 3 3 6 65 58 8 2 22 2 9 9 o o r r a a p p p p l ly y i in n p p e e r r s s o o n n a a t t 2 21 1 2 2 E E . M M a a i in n S S t t . L L e e e e s s b b u u r r g g E E O O E E 401 Management 400 Employment 300 FinancialM M c c H H A A L L E E R R O O O O F F I IN N G G I I N N C C . R R e e R R o o o o f f s s a a n n d d R R e e p p a a i i r r s s T T i i l le e , M Me e t t a a l l, S S h h i in n g g l le e s s F F l l a a t t R R o o o o f f s s & & M Mo o b b i i l le e H H o o m m e e s s E E x x c c e e l l . R R e e f f s s A A v v a a i i l l. L L i ic c e e n n s s e e d d & & I I n n s s u u r r e e d d C C C C C C 1 1 3 3 2 2 8 8 1 1 9 9 7 7 C C a a l ll l : : 3 35 5 2 22 2 5 55 52 2 7 75 5 8 8 281RoofingC C L L E E A A N N I I N N G G I I N N & & O O U U T TF F o o r r e e c c l lo o s s u u r r e e & & R R e e n n t t a a l l p p r r o o p p e e r r t t i i e e s s . M M o o w w i in n g g , h h a a u u l l i in n g g o o f f f f d d e e b b r r i i s s , & & b b u u s s h h h h o o g g g g i i n n g g , t t r r e e e e w w o o r r k k & & s s t t u u m mp p g g r r i i n n d d i i n n g g C C a a l ll l 3 35 5 2 23 31 1 5 59 90 0 1 10 0 o o r r 3 3 5 5 2 25 5 0 0 4 41 1 5 5 9 9 7 7 252Home HaulingA A D D D D R R I I T T E E B B O O O O K K K KE E E E P PI I N N G G S SV V C C . 3 35 5 2 2 5 5 5 5 2 28 8 4 47 7 5 5 . I Im m p p l le e m m e e n n t t & & m m a a n n a a g g e e b b o o o o k k k k e e e e p p i in n g g t t o o s s m m a a l l l l b b u u s s i in n e e s s s s n n e e e e d d i in n g g l l e e s s s s t t h h e e n n 1 1 0 01 15 5 h h r r s s . a a w w e e e e k k v v i i a a h h o o m me e o o f f f f i ic c e e . Q Q u u i ic c k k b b o o o o k k s s P P r r o o 202Accounting 201Insurance 200At Your ServiceN N E E E E D D A A N N E E W W C C A A R R E E E E R R ? ? 2 2 w w e e e e k k c c o o u u r r s s e e s s f f o o r r : : A A F F L L A A d d m m i in n i is s t t r r a a t t o o r r $ $ 3 3 0 0 0 0 E E K K G G $ $ 4 4 5 5 0 0 N N u u r r s s i in n g g A A s s s s t t . $ $ 4 45 5 0 0 P P h h l le e b b o o t t o o m my y $ $4 4 5 5 0 0 P P h h y y s s i ic c a a l l R R e e h h a a b b T T e e c c h h . $ $ 4 4 5 5 0 0 w w w ww w .t t a a y y l l o o r r c c o o l l l le e g g e e .e e d d u u 3 35 5 2 2 2 2 4 45 5 4 4 1 1 1 19 9 160Schools/ InstructionC C A A T T , grown male, gray tabby, neutered, old cut on left ear. 352-365-9054 102Lost 100 Announcement N N O O T T I I C C E EU U n n d d e e r r F F i i c c t t i i t t i i o o u u s s N N a a m m e e S S t t a a t t u u t t e e L L a a w w P P u u r r s s u u a a n n t t t t o o S S e e c c t t i i o o n n 8 8 6 6 5 5 . 0 0 9 9 , F F l l o o r r i i d d a a S S t t a a t t u u t t e e s s 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 Corporations, Department of State, State of Florida, upon receipt of proof of publication for this notice the Fictitious Name, to wit: O O F F F F I I C C E E P P R R O O S S Intends to register the said Fictitious Name located at the below address: 2 2 6 6 9 9 9 9 C C e e d d a a r r i i d d g g e e C C i i r r c c l l e e C C l l e e r r m m o o n n t t , L L a a k k e e C C o o u u n n t t y y F F l l o o r r i i d d a a 3 3 4 4 7 7 1 1 1 1 That the interested owner in said business enterprise is Taramatee SookdeoRamjattan Dated in Lake County, Florida this 1 1 5 5 t t h h day of N N o o v v e e m m b b e e r r , 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 . /s/Taramatee Sookdeo-Ramjattan Ad.No: 00310893 Date:11/25/2011Done and ordered this 14th day of Sept. 2011 Judge Sherri C. Friday Jefferson County Judge of Probate Ad No: 00306026 Nov. 4, 11, 18 & 25 2011 003Legal Notices I I N N T T H H E E P P R R O O B B A A T T E E C C O O U U R R T T O O F F J J E E F F F F E E R R S S O O N N C C O O U U N N T T Y Y , A A L L A A B B A A M M A A I I N N T T H H E E M MA A T T T T E E R R O O F F : : Alexia Ann Martin a/k/a Lexie Anna Martin D D O O B B : : 04/23/02 C C A A S SE E N N O O .: : 2 2 3 31 1 0 09 9 2 2 N N O O T T I IC C E E O O F F P P E E N N D D E E N N C C Y Y O O F F A A D D O O P P T T I IO O N N P PR R O O C C E E E E D D I I N N G G To: Charles Raymond Marlow III, Whose whereabouts are unknown, you are notified that David Lee Barnett has filed in this Court a Petition for Leave to Adopt Alexia Ann Martin a/k/a Lexie Anna, a minor, DOB 04/23/02, and it is ordered that a dispositional hearing be and the same is hereby set for Wednesday, January 11, 2012, at 2:00 P.M.. in said Court in the City of Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama. Please be advised that if you intend to contest the adoption, you must file a written response within thirty (30) days hereof with counsel for said Petitioner, whose name and address is shown below and with the clerk of the said probate Court. Donald J. Nettles, Esq., attorney for Petitioner David Lee Marlow, Baker Donelson Bearman Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC 420 20th Street North 1600 Wells Fargo tower Birmingham, Alabama 35203 I IN N T T H H E E C C O O U U N N T T Y Y C C O O U U R R T T I I N N A A N N D D F F O O R R L L A A K K E E C C O O U U N N T T Y Y , F F L L O O R R I I D D A A C C O O U U N N T T Y Y C C I I V V I I L L D D I I V V I I S S I I O O N N Case No: 11CC2407 SUMMER BAY PARTNERSHIP, a Florida general partnership Plaintiff, vs. KAREN L. BARNETT et al Defendant(s) N N O O T T I I C C E E O O F F S S A A L L E E P P U U R R S S U U A A N N T T T T O O F F . S S . C C H H A A P P T T E E R R 4 4 5 5 N N O O T T I I C C E E I I S S G G I I V V E E N N that pursuant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure in the captioned matter dated N N o o v v e e m m b b e e r r 8 8 , 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 I will sell to the highest bidder for cash at the front door of the Lake County Judicial Center, 550 West Main Street, Tavares, Florida 32778, at 11:00 a.m. on D D e e c c e e m m b b e e r r 8 8 , 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 the following-described property, all of which are SUMMER ISLES CONDOMINIUM I according to the Declaration of Condominium, thereof recorded in Official Records Book 2172, page 2336 Public Records of Lake County, Florida, as amended. Count 11 MAURICIO A. ROBALLO and MARTHA L. TABARES Timeshare Period Week (W)12 in Condominium Unit No. 408403 Dated November 8, 2011 NEIL KELLY Clerk of the Court By: /s/V.UHL Deputy Clerk Paul M. Caldwell Caldwell & Payne, P.A. Post Office Box 120069 Clermont, FL 34712 Telephone: 352-242-2670 Attorney Ad. No 00310128 November 18 &25, 2011 003Legal Notices I IN N T T H H E E C C O O U U N N T T Y Y C C O O U U R R T T I I N N A A N N D D F F O O R R L L A A K K E E C C O O U U N N T T Y Y , F F L L O O R R I I D D A A C C O O U U N N T T Y Y C C I I V V I I L L D D I I V V I I S S I I O O N N Case No: 11CC2406 SUMMER BAY PARTNERSHIP, a Florida general partnership Plaintiff, vs. JAMES T. BARKER and LOIS M. RANDALL et al Defendant(s) N N O O T T I I C C E E O O F F S S A A L L E E P P U U R R S S U U A A N N T T T T O O F F . S S . C C H H A A P P T T E E R R 4 4 5 5 N N O O T T I I C C E E I I S S G G I I V V E E N N that pursuant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure in the captioned matter dated N N o o v v e e m m b b e e r r 8 8 , 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 I will sell to the highest bidder for cash at the front door of the Lake County Judicial Center, 550 West Main Street, Tavares, Florida 32778, at 11:00 a.m. on D D e e c c e e m m b b e e r r 8 8 , 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 the following-described property, all of which are SUMMER BAY RESORT CONDOMINIUM III according to the Declaration of Condominium, thereof recorded in Official Records Book 1681, page 1850, Public Records of Lake County, Florida, as amended. Count 11 ROBERT C. MELLAS JR. Timeshare Period Week (E)6 in Condominium Unit No. 407205 Dated November 8, 2011 NEIL KELLY Clerk of the Court By: /s/V.UHL Deputy Clerk Paul M. Caldwell Caldwell & Payne, P.A. Post Office Box 120069 Clermont, FL 34712 Telephone: 352-242-2670 Attorney Ad. No. 00310126 November 18 & 25, 2011I IN N T T H H E E C C O O U U N N T T Y Y C C O O U U R R T T I I N N A A N N D D F F O O R R L L A A K K E E C C O O U U N N T T Y Y , F F L L O O R R I I D D A A C C O O U U N N T T Y Y C C I I V V I I L L D D I I V V I I S S I I O O N N Case No: 11CC2370 SUMMER BAY PARTNERSHIP, a Florida general partnership Plaintiff, vs. DAVID G. AHL and EDEN DAWN AHL et al Defendant(s) N N O O T T I I C C E E O O F F S S A A L L E E P P U U R R S S U U A A N N T T T T O O F F . S S . C C H H A A P P T T E E R R 4 4 5 5 N N O O T T I I C C E E I I S S G G I I V V E E N N that pursuant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure in the captioned matter dated N N o o v v e e m m b b e e r r 8 8 , 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 I will sell to the highest bidder for cash at the front door of the Lake County Judicial Center, 550 West Main Street, Tavares, Florida 32778, at 11:00 a.m. on D D e e c c e e m m b b e e r r 8 8 , 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 the following-described property, all of which are SUMMER BAY RESORT CONDOMINIUM III according to the Declaration of Condominium, thereof recorded in Official Records Book 1681, page 1850, Public Records of Lake County, Florida, as amended. Count 8 DONNA MAE HANN and WILLIAM B. HANN Timeshare Period Week (E)33 in Condominium Unit No. 401105 Dated November 8, 2011 NEIL KELLY Clerk of the Court By: /s/V.UHL Deputy Clerk Paul M. Caldwell Caldwell & Payne, P.A. Post Office Box 120069 Clermont, FL 34712 Telephone: 352-242-2670 Attorney Ad. No. 00310130 November 18 &25, 2011 003Legal Notices I IN N T T H H E E C C O O U U N N T T Y Y C C O O U U R R T T I I N N A A N N D D F F O O R R L L A A K K E E C C O O U U N N T T Y Y , F F L L O O R R I I D D A A C C O O U U N N T T Y Y C C I I V V I I L L D D I I V V I I S S I I O O N N Case No: 11CC2345 SUMMER BAY PARTNERSHIP, a Florida general partnership Plaintiff, vs. KENNETH E. ABERCROMBIE JR. and SANDRA L. ABERCROMBIE et al Defendant(s) N N O O T T I I C C E E O O F F S S A A L L E E P P U U R R S S U U A A N N T T T T O O F F . S S . C C H H A A P P T T E E R R 4 4 5 5 N N O O T T I I C C E E I I S S G G I I V V E E N N that pursuant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure in the captioned matter dated N N o o v v e e m m b b e e r r 8 8 , 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 I will sell to the highest bidder for cash at the front door of the Lake County Judicial Center, 550 West Main Street, Tavares, Florida 32778, at 11:00 a.m. on D D e e c c e e m m b b e e r r 8 8 , 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 the following-described property, all of which are SUMMER ISLES CONDOMINIUM I according to the Declaration of Condominium, thereof recorded in Official Records Book 2172, page 2336, Public Records of Lake County, Florida, as amended. Count 1 KENNETH E. ABERCROMBIE JR and SANDRA L..ABERCROMBIE Timeshare Period Week (O)11 in Condominium Unit No. 402305 Dated November 8, 2011 NEIL KELLY Clerk of the Court By: /s/V.UHL Deputy Clerk Paul M. Caldwell Caldwell & Payne, P.A. Post Office Box 120069 Clermont, FL 34712 Telephone: 352-242-2670 Attorney Ad. No. 00310124 November 18 &25, 2011 P P U U B B L L I I C C N N O O T T I I C C E E UNCLAIMED VEHICLE AUCTION. THE FOLLOWING VEHICLE(S) WILL BE SOLD FOR CHARGES DUE ON: D D e e c c e e m m b b e e r r 1 1 2 2 , 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 A A T T 8 8 : : 3 3 0 0 A A . M M . 1 1 9 9 9 9 6 6 Y Y A A M M A A H H A A J J Y Y 4 4 3 3 G G G G A A 0 0 8 8 T T A A 1 1 0 0 8 8 7 7 5 5 2 2 1 1 9 9 9 9 8 8 C C H H E E V V R R O O L L E E T T 1 1 G G C C C C S S 1 1 4 4 4 4 1 1 W W K K 2 2 1 1 4 4 2 2 2 2 7 7 THE ADDRESS WHERE THE VEHICLES ARE STORED: R R E E V V I I S S T T O O W W I I N N G G & & R R E E C C O O V V E E R R Y Y O O F F G G R R O O V V E E L L A A N N D D , I I N N C C . 7 7 1 1 3 3 0 0 E E . S S R R 5 5 0 0 G G R R O O V V E E L L A A N N D D , F F L L 3 3 4 4 7 7 3 3 6 6 Ad.000310881 November 25, 2011 P P U U B B L L I I C C N N O O T T I I C C E E UNCLAIMED VEHICLE AUCTION. THE FOLLOWING VEHICLE(S) WILL BE SOLD FOR CHARGES DUE ON: D D e e c c e e m m b b e e r r 0 0 9 9 , 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 A A T T 8 8 : : 3 3 0 0 A A . M M . 1 1 9 9 9 9 3 3 O O L L D D S S M M O O B B L L E E 1 1 G G H H D D U U 0 0 6 6 L L X X P P T T 3 3 0 0 0 0 5 5 0 0 9 9 THE ADDRESS WHERE THE VEHICLES ARE STORED: R R E E V V I I S S T T O O W W I I N N G G & & R R E E C C O O V V E E R R Y Y O O F F G G R R O O V V E E L L A A N N D D , I I N N C C . 7 7 1 1 3 3 0 0 E E . S S R R 5 5 0 0 G G R R O O V V E E L L A A N N D D , F F L L 3 3 4 4 7 7 3 3 6 6 Ad.00310880 November 25, 2011 003Legal Notices 2 Legal Notices NeedaCar?Checkout Classified Section1200 NeedaCar?Checkout Classified Section1200 Need a Job?Check out Classified Section 400

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Friday, November 25, 2011 SOUTH LAKE PRESSB11L L E E E E S S B B U U R R G G 3/1, newly remodeled, CHA, big yard, nice area. 1014 Oak $800/mo. Call Ron at ERA Realty 352-319-9601 H H O O W W E E Y Y I I N N T T H H E E H H I I L L L L S S 2 2 ,7 70 0 0 0s s f f 3 3 / / 3 3. S Sp p l l i it t l l e e v v e e l l 2 2 p p a a t t i i o o s s o o v v e e r r l lo o o o k k i in n g g L L a a k k e e H H a a r r r r i i s s i in n C C o o u u n n t t r r y y C C l l u u b b . J J a a c c u u z zz z i i, p p a a r r t t i i a a l l l ly y f f u u r r n n . $ $1 1, 3 30 0 0 0/ / m mo o + + $ $ 1 1 , 3 30 0 0 0 l la a s s t t . C C a a l ll l 3 3 5 52 2 4 4 0 0 6 65 57 7 2 28 8 F F R R U U I I T T L L A A N N D D P P A A R R K K 6 6b b r r / / 4 4 b b a a o o l ld d e e r r h h o o m me e w w / / s s c c r r n n p p o o o o l l, z zo o n n e e d d f f o o r r b b u u s s i in n e e s s s s i id d e e a a l l 2 2 f f a a m m i il ly y h h o o m m e e w w i it t h h u u p p s s t t a a i i r r s s k k i it t c c h h e e n n & & b b a a t t h h o o r r a a s s A A s s s s i i s s t t e e d d L L i iv v i in n g g , O O f f f f i ic c e e o o r r D D a a y y c c a a r r e e . $ $ 1 1, 1 15 5 0 0 p p e e r r m m o o . P Pe e t t s s O O K K . C C a a l ll l 3 3 5 52 2 6 6 3 3 6 62 25 5 9 94 4 F F R R U U I IT T L L A A N N D D P P A A R R K K 4/2 nice yard, new tile, carpet & paint. Good neighborhood. $875/mo + security. For pictures. Call 352-430-7023 E E U U S S T T I I S S , 3/1.5. Rent for $750/mo. + 1st/last. Close to downtown. 352-589-0998 E E U U S S T T I IS S 5 5 / / 3 3 w w / / e e x x t t r r a a r r o o o o m m s s , 1 1 a a c c r r e e s s h h a a d d e e d d l l o o t t , 4 40 0 4 47 7 E E . O O r r a a n n g g e e A A v v e e . $ $ 1 1 , 3 3 5 5 0 0 / / m m o o C C a a l ll l 3 3 5 52 2 4 4 8 8 3 34 45 5 4 46 6 E E U U S S T T I I S S 3 3/ / 2 2/ / 2 2 W W a a t t e e r r f f r r o o n n t t C C u u s s t t o o m m E E x x e e c c u u t t i i v v e e h h o o m me e i in n p p e e a a c c e e f f u u l l n n e e i ig g h h b b o o r r h h o o o o d d . S Sm m . p p e e t t s s O O K K. A A l l l l t t i i l le e . B B e e a a u u t t i i f f u u l l v v i ie e w w s s . C C h h a a i in n a a c c c c e e s s s s ! A A v v a a i i l l. D D e e c c . 1 1 s s t t . L L a a w wn n c c a a r r e e i in n c c l l. a a t t $ $1 1 2 25 50 0 / / m m o o . + + s s e e c c u u r r i i t t y y . C C a a l l l l 3 35 5 2 2 4 4 0 08 8 4 4 3 3 7 73 3 E E U U S S T T I I S S 3/2.5 w/garage, good neighborhood, fenced. $1100/mo. 352-357-9305 C C L L E E R R M M O O N N T T 3bd/1ba. on Desoto St $850 + Security. Call Randy 352-874-1451 C C E E N N T T E E R R H H I I L L L L , 4 4 / / 1 1 w w a a t t e e r r i in n c c l l. $ $ 5 55 50 0 1 1 s s t t & & l la a s s t t . 3 35 5 2 24 4 8 84 4 3 3 6 6 5 50 0 o o r r 3 35 5 2 2 4 49 9 4 4 7 72 2 8 8 8 8. 806Houses UnfurnishedT T H H E E V V I I L L L L A A G G E E S S , Jan. Mar. 2012, 2/2, amenities, scrn rm. & lanai. $2,100/mo. 352-750-1314 or 330-591-5705 805Houses Furnished* *N N E E W W L L Y Y R R E E M M O O D D E E L L E E D D * D D o o r r a a C C a a n n a a l l 1 1/ / 2 2 p p r r i ic c e e ! 6 6 M M O O S S. F F R R E E E E R R E E N N T T ! 3 35 5 2 2 3 3 4 43 3 7 7 4 4 0 01 1 802Vacation Rentals 800Real Estate For RentW W O O R R K K B B E E N N C C H H n n e e w w 4 4 8 8 f f t t . $ $ 8 80 0 m m a a x x . 3 35 5 2 2 3 3 4 43 3 7 7 2 2 0 01 1 T T A A B B L L E E S S A A W W 1 1 0 0 R R Y Y O O B B I I . A A s s k k i i n n g g $ $ 6 6 5 5. S S O O L L D D ! ! ! ! ! ! T T A A B B L L E E S S A A W W 10 Firestorm, excel. cond. $85. Please call 352-793-9159 S S C C R R O O L L L L S S A A W W 1 16 6 C C r r a a f f t t s s m ma a n n . $ $5 5 5 5 C C a a l ll l 3 3 5 52 2 2 2 4 4 2 21 16 6 0 09 9 R R O O O O F F I IN N G G G G U U N N L L i ik k e e N N e e w w ! $ $5 5 0 0 C C a a l ll l 3 3 5 52 2 3 3 1 1 4 40 01 1 9 99 9 P P R R E E S S S S U U R R E E W W A A S S H H E E R R 1 1 4 4 5 5 0 0 P P S S I I , l l i i k k e e n n e e w w . $ $9 9 0 0. 3 3 5 52 2 3 36 6 5 51 16 6 6 65 5 L L A A D D D D E E R R D716-2 Werner. 16, alum. Ext. 200lb. road capacity. $40 352-385-7359 E E N N G G I IN N E E 6 6h h p p B B r r i ig g g g s s & & S St t r r a a t t t t o o n n j ju u s s t t t t u u n n e e d d . $ $ 6 60 0 . 3 35 5 2 25 56 6 9 94 4 2 23 3 7 7 D D R R I I L L L L P P R R E E S S S S 8 Craftsman, good cond. $35. Please cal l S S O O L L D D ! ! ! C C A A R R P P E E N N T T E E R R S S T T O O O O L L A A P P R R O O N N N N e e w w $ $ 8 8 0 0 A A s s k k i in n g g $ $ 5 50 0 C C a a l l l l 3 35 5 2 2 5 5 5 51 1 4 4 9 9 2 21 1 B B A A N N D D S S A A W W 12 variable, good cond. $30. Please cal l S S O O L L D D ! ! ! A A I IR R C C O O M M P PR R E E S SS S O O R R S S 3 portable. All $100 Call Dave 352-255-7623 A A I I R R C C O O M M P P R R E E S S S S O O R R Campbell Hauseld. 11 gallon, 3.5hp $75 352-259-8386 685Tools/ MachineryW W E E T T S SU U I IT T J J A A C C K KE E T T W W o o m me e n n s s x x l la a r r g g e e . $ $4 4 0 0. 3 3 5 5 2 2 2 25 5 9 9 8 80 0 9 9 0 0 T T R R A A M M P P O O L L I I N N E E 1 14 4 A A s s k k i i n n g g $ $7 7 5 5 C C a a l l l l 3 35 5 2 23 3 5 57 7 3 3 6 61 1 6 6 R R O O D D S S & & R R E E E E L L S S. H H e e a a v v y y d d u u t t y y , s s a a l lt t w w a a t t e e r r . $ $ 7 75 5 C C a a l ll l 7 7 1 16 6 5 5 5 50 0 0 05 5 3 39 9 R R O O D D glass. Penn Jig Master. New Daiwa 3505 Spin Reel $85. 352-793-4019 G G O O L L F F C C L L U U B B S S, B B A A G G & & B B A A L L L L S S $ $ 3 3 2 2 C C a a l l l l 3 35 5 2 27 7 5 53 3 0 0 6 65 5 7 7 G G O O L L F F C C L L U U B B S S 3 iron thru SW, driver, 3 wood, putter. $75 352-245-0716 G G O O L L F F C C L L U U B B S S new ladies fine irons oversized woods & bag. $50. 352-735-6927 G G O O L L F F C C L L U U B B S S Mens Ping G5 graphite, 4 iron sand wedge $99. S S O O L L D D ! G G O O L L F F C C L L U U B B S S mens Master Grip, irons, 3 woods & bag. $65 Call 352-787-7093. G G O O L L F F C C L L U U B B S S J J M M a a x x h h y y b b r r e e d d s s 3 3 t t o o w w e e d d g g e e . $ $ 9 90 0 . 6 60 0 8 83 3 4 47 7 1 1 4 48 8 3 3 D D R R I I V V E E R R T T a a y y l l o o r r M M a a d d e e , R R 9 9 , a a d d j j u u s s t t a a b b l le e h h e e a a d d . $ $ 9 99 9 . 3 35 5 2 27 7 4 42 2 0 0 1 19 9 5 5 B B O O W W L L I IN N G G B B A A L L L L 1 10 0 l lb b s s & & B B a a g g $ $ 2 2 5 5 C C a a l l l l 3 35 5 2 27 7 8 87 7 0 0 8 88 8 8 8 B B I I C C Y Y C C L L E E , Ladies, 26 New. 6 speed, alum. frame. $85. Call 352-253-0271 B B I I C C Y Y C C L L E E Mens 24 18 speed. Power Climber. New. $85 Call 352-253-0271 B B I I C C Y Y C C L L E E Magna 26 15 speed, rides great, needs new peddles $40. 352-630-0818 B B I I C C Y Y C C L L E E Dahon folding, 16 wheels, 3 speed. $75 Please call 352-324-3235 B B I I C C Y Y C C L L E E 3 wheel, New Miami Sun. Cost $425, sell for $190 S S O O L L D D 1 1 S S T T C C A A L L L L ! B B I I C C Y Y C C L L E E 26 Ladies, Large Seat & Tires. 3 sp. works great! $45 Call 352-728-4913 B B A A S SK K E E T T B B A A L L L L C C O O U U R R T T Lifetime. Adjustable. $80 Please call 352-357-3616 675Sports/ RecreationT T R R E E A A D D M M I IL L L L V V i i s s i i o o n n F F i it t n n e e s s s s T T 9 97 7 0 00 0 . $ $1 1 0 00 0 C C a a l l l l 3 35 5 2 26 6 3 36 6 1 1 6 66 6 3 3 T T R R E E A A D D M M I I L L L L Pro Form LS, works fine, mat needs glueing. $99 352-742-1527 T T O O T T A A L L G G Y Y M M Platinum, Multi-training door gym. & Perfect push up. $85 348-3183 E E X X E E R R C C I I S S E E B B I I K K E E , like new cond. w/electronic readings. $90 Call 352-728-8213 E E X X E E R R C C I I S S E E B B I IK K E E , e e x x c c e e l l. c c o o n n d d . $ $ 7 70 0 P P l le e a a s s e e c c a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 7 74 4 8 8 2 21 1 9 9 3 3 B B O O W W F F L L E E X X , Model 400XTL, good shape. $200 Please call 352-253-0875 A A B B L L O O U U N N G G E E R R , g g o o o o d d c c o o n n d d . $ $ 3 30 0 P P l le e a a s s e e c c a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 7 78 8 7 7 7 75 5 8 8 4 4 674Exercise Equipment F F I I L L E E C C A A B B I I N N E E T T S S (3) 2 drawer, wood w/desk top. Like New. $90 All. 352-365-2301 C C O O M M P P U U T T E E R R D D E E S S K K easy to move w/locking wheels. $35. Call 352-343-4445 C C O O M M P P U U T T E E R R D D E E S S K K 60x23, cherry wood. good cond. $100 246-9948 660Office Furniture/ SuppliesP P I I A A N N O O Kimball, excel. cond. plays great. $100. Please call 407-782-0063 G G U U I IT T A A R R M Ma a r r k k I II I. S S a a m me e a a s s n n e e w w ! $ $ 5 50 0 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 7 74 4 2 2 2 23 3 1 1 5 5 655Musical Instruments W W R R E E S S T T L L I I N N G G T T S S H H I I R R T T S S Rapper Jerseys. Med.-Lg-XL. $100 352-308-9343 W W O O R R K K B B E E N N C C H H new custom built wood 6 $60. Please call 352-343-7201 652Articles For SaleW W E E D D D D I I N N G G D D R R E E S S S S white size 8, beautiful, excel cond. $60. Call 352-483-5661 V V I ID D E E O O G G A A M ME E S S f f o o r r W W I II I . $ $5 5 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 22 25 5 5 55 5 2 27 7 9 9 V V E E R R T T I I C C A A L L B B L L I I N N D D S S White 106 X 96. Heavy duty. $100 Call 352-314-0199 V V A A C C U U U U M M Newly rebuilt Oreck, like new. $99 Please call Al 352-751-0369 V V A A C C U U U U M M C C L L E E A A N N E E R R Kenmore, Premalite. Like new. $55 Call 352-357-0225 V V A A C C U U U U M M O O r r e e c c k k C C a a n n i is s t t e e r r i i n n o o r r i ig g i in n a a l l c c a a r r t t o o n n . $ $ 9 99 9 3 3 5 52 2 7 75 5 1 10 0 3 36 6 9 9 T T E E N N N N I I S S S S H H O O E E S S , new mens, size 8, Adidas leather. $20 Call 352-787-0410 T T A A P P S S H H O O E E S S black w/heel size 9 super taps like new. Asking $20. 352-259-3819 T T A A N N K K T T O O P P H H E E A A T T E E R R p p r r o o p p a a n n e e , u u s s e e d d o o n n c c e e . $ $ 2 20 0 . 3 35 5 2 28 87 7 4 45 5 5 52 2 8 8 S S W W E E E E P P E E R R elec. Kirby with attachments. $95. Please call 352-742-7471 S S U U I I T T S S mens (2) S&K navy & black size 46 coat, pants 41x30. $100. 728-4329 S S U U I I T T C C A A S S E E American Airlines black, new. Asking $10. Call 352-259-3819 S S T T E E A A M M V V A A C C Hoover w/auto rinse feature. $30 Call 352-343-2042 S S H H E E L L V V E E S S 2+ towel bar, 1 pc wall mount. Chrome & glass. $15 352-787-0888 S S E E W W I I N N G G M M A A C C H H I I N N E E Portable w/case, no bobbin holder $15 Call 352-330-4484 S S E E W W I IN N G G M M A A C C H H I IN N E E old, portable, mint cond., case. Asking $95. 3 3 5 52 2 7 7 9 9 3 35 5 7 7 4 4 1 1 S S E E C C U U R R I IT T Y Y G G A A T T E E S S (2) Ornamental iron. Both 32 wide. $50 Call 352-394-8709 R R I I N N G G by Tiffany & Co. ladies, sterling silver band. $100. Please call 352-636-1279 P P Y Y R R E E X X l la a r r g g e e c c o o l l l le e c c t t i i o o n n . N N e e w w & & V V i in n t t a a g g e e . $ $6 6 0 0. S S O O L L D D ! P P R R O O P P A A N N E E R R E E G G U U L L A A T T O O R R with jet nozzle & control. $5. Call 352-330-2251 P P O O O O L L F F I I L L T T E E R R w/timer used 1 season sacrifice for $75. Call 352-326-8245 P P I I C C T T U U R R E E S S ( ( 4 4 ) ) Oriental hand carved soap stone, beautiful $100. 638-1344 P P I IC C N N I I C C T T A A B B L L E E redwood, 2/benches & 2/redwood stools. $70. 352-551-8798 M M O O T T O O R R , Kohler Magnum 20hp twin side shaft runs good. $250. 874-4535 M M I IS S C C E E L L L L A A N N E E O O U U S S G G A A R R A A G G E E S S A A L L E E I I T T E E M M S S No junk. $50 for all. 352-483-3870 M M I I S S C C I I T T E E M M S S assorted cell phone case, cradle point router $65 Call 352-324-2559 M M I I R R R R O O R R solid heavy, approx. 2Wx4H. Excel. cond. $50 obo Call 352-343-4445 M M A A G G A A Z Z I I N N E E S S 5 5 0 0 q q u u i i l l t t , $ $ 2 20 0 P P l le e a a s s e e c c a a l ll l 3 3 5 5 2 23 3 5 5 7 70 0 2 2 2 2 5 5 J J E E W W E E L L R R Y Y old Pocket Watch & Costume jewelry $50 for all. 352-321-6163 J J E E W W E E L L R R Y Y A A R R M M O O I I R R E E o o a a k k , o o n n l le e g g s s . $ $4 4 0 0. 3 3 5 5 2 23 3 6 6 0 01 1 3 3 1 1 7 7 J J E E W W E E L L R R Y Y 25 charms for engraving for necklaces. $25. Call 352-321-6163 J J A A C C K K E E T T leather Wilson excel. cond. Juniors med. Asking $75. 352-455-8178 J J A A C C K K S S T T A A N N D D S S (2) & 2 heavy duty Screw Jacks. $50 Call 352-272-9448 I I N N D D O O O O R R L L I I G G H H T T revolving 28 long, excel cond. $100 obo. Call 352-343-7820 H H I I G G H H H H E E A A L L S S (23 pairs) size 7 latest fashion, some designer. $50 Call 352-753-4043 G G A A R R M M E E N N T T S S T T E E A A M M E E R R n n e e v v e e r r u u s s e e d d . $ $2 2 0 0. 3 3 5 5 2 23 3 4 4 3 38 8 9 9 1 1 3 3 652Articles For SaleF F L L O O O O R R M M A A T T 3 3 x x 5 5 e e x x c c e e l l. c c o o n n d d . $ $2 2 5 5 C C a a l ll l 3 3 5 52 2 3 3 5 5 7 76 64 4 0 03 3 F F I I R R E E W W O O O O D D O O a a k k o o v v e e r r a a f f a a c c e e c c o o r r d d . $ $ 8 8 5 5. C C a a l ll l 3 3 5 52 2 3 3 8 8 3 35 58 8 5 50 0 F F E E A A T T H H E E R R B B E E D D T T O O P P P PE E R R K Ki in n g g s s i i z ze e c c l le e a a n n l li i k k e e n n e e w w . $ $ 3 35 5 . C C a a l l l l 3 35 5 2 2 5 5 8 89 9 6 6 1 1 0 07 7 F F A A N N decorative ,Lasko indoor/outdoor 4 tall w/light 3 speed. $40. Call 352-561-1812 E E A A R R R R I I N N G G S S B B e e a a d d e e d d i i n n b b a a g g s s . $ $ 3 3 C C a a l ll l 3 3 5 52 2 3 3 2 2 3 30 08 8 3 31 1 D D V V D D D D I I S SP P L L A A Y Y S S H H E E L L F F 7x4, Blockbuster. Great for books too. $45 352-343-4043 D D I I S S H H E E S S , Fiestaware, Cobalt Blue. (28) pcs. $100. Please call 352-250-8290 D D I I S S H H E E S S , Fiestaware, (6) assorted pieces. $60. Please call 352-250-8290 D D I I S S H H E E S S Pyrex large & med. 12 of each. $100. Please call 352-394-6204 D D A A R R T T B B O O A A R R D D Electronic. Sportcfraft 4 player. $50 Call 352-742-2315 C C Y Y P P R R E E S S S S K K N N E E E E S S barrel full ready to carve or craft. $99 Silver Lake area 323-8240 C C U U R R T T A A I I N N S S , (2) valances 86W x 22L w/2 throw pillows. $30. 352-259-3170 C C O O M M F F O O R R T T E E R R SET King, valances & ba accessories. Mauve & Blue $50 314-3292 C C O O M M F F O O R R T T E E R R q q u u e e e e n n B B u u r r g g a a n n d d y y 9 9 p p c c . i i n n c c l l. w wi i n n d d o o w w t t r r e e a a t t m m e e n n t t . $ $7 7 0 0 3 35 5 2 22 2 1 17 7 0 04 4 3 33 3 C C O O M M F F O O R R T T E E R R King size, shams, bed skirt & alot of extras $40 Call 352-250-2302 C C O O A A T T S S leather new, (1) black & (1) brown. $45 for both 352-638-2772 C C O O A A T T , Full length Leather Ladies, small. $75. Call 352-455-8178 C C O O A A T T S Su u e e d d e e & & F F u u r r , W W i i l ls s o o n n s s . $ $ 2 20 0 C C a a l ll l 3 3 5 52 2 2 2 2 2 3 34 42 2 7 70 0 C C O O A A T T Mens black leather. Size M. Colebrook. $100 Call 352-308-9343 C C O O A A T T Mens 44-48. Cashmere, full length double breasted. $100 742-9487 C C L L O O W W N N F F I I G G U U R R I I N N E E S S 4 4 b b o o x x e e s s . $ $ 1 10 0 0 0 C C a a l ll l 3 3 5 52 2 6 6 6 6 9 94 47 7 8 89 9 C C L L O O T T H H I I N N G G women + size. 2X/3X. Shoes brand new in box 12W $60 255-0381 C C H H R R I I S ST T M MA A S S T T R R E E E E L L I I G G H H T T S S Various lengths. $2.50. Call 352-323-8031 C C H H R R I I S ST T M MA A S S T T R R E E E E Cambridge, w/lights. 46 pines cones. 6.5 $50 352-343-3220 C C H H R R I I S S T T M M A A S S T T R R E E E E Blue Spruce 7.5 tall. Paid over $100 asking $25. 352-343-7886 C C H H R R I IS S T T M M A A S S T T R R E E E E 7 7. 5 5 . $ $ 5 50 0 o o b b o o . C C a a l ll l 3 3 5 52 2 3 3 2 2 3 38 80 0 3 31 1 C C H H R R I I S ST T M MA A S S T T R R E E E E 40 fiber optic, w/stand & spare bulb. $30 obo 352-343-7820 C C H H R R I I S S T T M M A A S S T T R R E E E E 250 pre lit. lights, 6 $45 Excel cond. Call 352-406-1595 C C H H A A P P S S l l e e a a t t h h e e r r w wo o m m a a n n s s . A A s s k k i i n n g g $ $ 8 80 0. C C a a l ll l 3 3 5 52 2 5 5 5 5 1 18 87 7 9 98 8 C C H H A A M M P PA A G G N N E E G G L L A A S SS S E E S S 1 12 2 l l o o n n g g s s t t e e m m . $ $2 2 0 0 o o b b o o . P Pl l e e a a s s e e c c a a l ll l 3 35 5 2 2 7 7 4 48 8 7 7 6 6 7 78 8 C C E E I I L L I I N N G G F F A A N N Palm Blades. Excel cond. Paid $200. Now $75 Leesburg 308-8142 C C A A B B I I N N E E T T S S 1 wall unit w/3 doors & 1 free standing w 2/doors white $85 750-1979 B B R R A A S S Genie AAH on television. 3. Tan, black & white. Size 2x $35. 793-7982 B B O O O O K K S S Over 30 on Metaphysical Healing. $ 30 Call 352-365-6234 B B O O O O K K S S over 30 on Health & Healing. $30 Call 352-365-6234 B B O O O O K K E E N N D D S S , Civil War engraved marble tone. Lee/Jackson in box $40 702-0529 652Articles For Sale B B I I R R D D F F E E E E D D E E R R c c e e d d a a r r w w o o o o d d B B r r a a n n d d N N e e w w 1 1 0 0 H H x x 1 1 3 3 L L . $ $3 3 5 5. 3 3 5 5 2 2 9 97 7 8 8 7 74 4 6 6 1 1 B B E E D D S S P P R R E E A A D D full size w/2 shams & valance, embroidered. $50 352-383-2992 B B A A R R S S T T O O O O L L S S ( ( 2 2 ) ) L L i i g g h h t b b a a m m b b o o o o , s s w wi i v v e e l l , L L i ik k e e N N e e w w ! $ $ 5 5 0 0 C C a a l ll l 3 3 5 5 2 2 2 21 1 7 7 0 04 4 3 3 3 3 A A I I R R C C O O N N D D I I T T I I O O N N E E R R window unit 5,000btu. 2 mo old $80 obo. 352-602-4263 652Articles For SaleP P R R I I N N T T E E R R S S Free 2 HP w/purchase of 1 color cartridge $40. 352-343-1046 650Computers & EquipW W A A L L K K E E R R S S & & W W A A L L K KI I N N G G C C A A N N E E . $ $ 1 1 0 0 0 0 C C a a l l l l 3 35 5 2 28 8 2 21 1 2 2 6 60 0 1 1 W W H H E E E E L L C C H H A A I I R R U U s s e e d d 1 1 t t i im m e e . $ $5 5 0 0 C C a a l l l l 3 35 5 2 27 7 8 87 7 4 4 6 60 0 5 5 W W A A L L K K E E R R , wheels, seat & basket. Excel. cond. $60. Please call S S O O L L D D ! ! ! ! ! W W A A L L K K E E R R w w / / w w h h e e e e l l g g o o o o d d c c o o n n d d . $ $ 5 50 0 C C a a l l l l 3 35 5 2 25 5 8 89 9 7 7 2 21 1 4 4 W W A A L L K K E E R R New, hand brakes, seat & wheels. $65 Call 352-253-0271 S S C C O O O O T T E E R R Rascal, good cond. $350 Call 352-365-6206 or 352-551-9568 S S C C O O O O T T E E R R P P r r i i d d e e , 3 3 w w h h e e e e l l. $ $ 3 35 50 0 C C a a n n d d e e l li iv v e e r r . 3 3 5 52 2 7 7 4 42 2 1 1 2 22 2 1 1 R R A A M M P P folds, w/handle, 3.5 wide x 4.5 long. $100. brand new. Call 352-343-5586 M M A A G G N N E E T T I I C C B B R R A A C C E E L L E E T T Homedics. Unisex. New! $30 Call 352-669-8003 D D I IS S P PO O S S A A B B L L E E B B R R I IE E F F S S x-lg. 59 64, 15 per pkg. $5. 352-326-0631 B B E E D D S S I ID D E E C C O O M M M M O O D D E E never used. $50 Call 352-589-7214 649Medical S S M M I I T T H H & & W W E E S S S S O O N N Model 39-2, nickel, 9mm. Walnut grip. S S O O L L D D 1 1 S S T T . D D A A Y Y ! S S H H O O T T G G U U N N 16 gauge. Harrington & Richardson. Single shot, $100 978-6288 P P I I S S T T O O L L G G R R I I P PS S P P e e a a r r l l H H a a n n d d l le e f f o o r r C C o o l lt t C C o o b b r r a a $ $ 9 99 9 3 35 5 2 23 36 6 5 5 1 1 0 03 3 1 1 P P E E L L L L E E T T / / B B B B G G U U N N D D a a i is s y y l l i ik k e e n n e e w w . $ $ 4 40 0 . C C a a l l l l S S O O L L D D F F I I R R E E A A R R M M S S T T R R A A I I N N I I N N G G F F L L . C C o o n n c c e e a a l le e d d L L i ic c e e n n s s e e , G G L L i i c c e e n n s s e e , N N R R A A I I n n s s t t r r u u c c t t o o r r T T r r a a i i n n i i n n g g C C a a l ll l M M a a c c a a t t : : 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 35 5 0 0 2 28 8 5 5 5 5 T T h h e e R R i ig g h h t t T T r r a a i in n i in n g g .c c o o m m B B L L A A C C K K P P O O W W D D E E R R R R I I F F L L E E 50 caliber. Conn. Valley Arms Bobcat. $99 717-370-1169 640Guns S S E E G G O O P P A A L L M M S S Bright green. 2-3 gallon pots. $7.00 Call 352-748-9185 S S E E G G O O P P A A L L M M S S (2) 36Hx36W. $100 for both. Call 352-748-7009 R R I I D D I I N N G G M M O O W W E E R R Snapper, 30 cut, 12.5hp, looks good, runs good. $265. Call 352-409-6940 R R I I D D I I N N G G M M O O W W E E R R Sears 17hp w/bagger & cart. $650 Call 352-253-0875 R R I I D D I I N N G G M M O O W W E E R R Craftsman, 12.5hp, 38 cut, runs great. $285. 409-6940 P P A A T T I I O O S S E E T T PVC. Table & 4 chairs. Like new $125 Please call 517-458-6163 N N O O W W B B U U Y Y I I N N G G Riding Mowers. 2005 & Newer. Please call 352-793-5319 M M O O T T O O R R , Kohler Magnum 20hp twin side shaft runs good. $250. 874-4535 L L A A W W N N S S P PR R I I N N K K L L I IN N G G T T I I M M E E R R new, 6 station, plus wire. $38. Call 352-728-6585 L L A A W W N N M M O O W W E E R R Murray, 22 cut, 4.5hp, like new. $50 Call 352-409-6940 L L A A W W N N M M O O W W E E R R Honda, 21 cut, 5hp, looks great, & runs great. $90 352-409-6940 635Garden L L A A W W N N M M O O W W E E R R Craftsman, 5.5hp, 22 cut, self propelled, runs great. $85 Call 352-409-6940 L L A A W W N N M M O O W W E E R R Craftsman 6.5hp, self propelled. Excel cond. $100 259-7918 L L A A W W N N M M O O W W E E R R Craftsman 5hp 22 cut, self propelled. $55. 502-750-0512 H H E E D D G G E E T T R R I I M M M M E E R R 1 17 7 B B l l a a c c k k & & D D e e c c k k e e r r . $ $ 2 20 0 . 3 35 5 2 23 35 5 7 73 3 7 76 6 4 4 F F O O U U N N T T A A I I N N w/golfer figure & pump. $100 Please call 352-748-2193 F F E E R R T T I I L L I I Z Z E E R R S S P P R R E E A A D D E E R R g g r r a a v v i it t y y f f e e e e d d , $ $ 1 15 5 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 27 78 8 7 75 5 3 34 4 0 0 E E D D G G E E R R / / T T R R I I M M M M E E R R B B l l a a c c k k & & D D e e c c k k e e r r . $ $ 3 35 5 . C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 23 35 5 7 73 3 7 76 6 4 4 E E D D G G E E R R Craftsman 4hp, like new runs great, $75. Please call 352-365-2632 E E D D G G E E R R Briggs & Stratton 3 wheels, new blade. Only $45. Call 352-728-4913 C C R R E E P P E E M M Y Y R R T T L L E E S S (2) Pink, 6 & 15 in ground. You dig. FREE 365-9054 C C O O U U C C H H Ratan, indoor/outdoor, w/cushions, fern/floral, lt. blue print. 82. Great cond. $175 735-4242 635Garden W W I I N N D D O O W W S S (2) vinyl, white, 35W x 36H, $100 Brand new! 352-429-2742 W W I I N N D D O O W W S S (2) vinyl, white, 22W x 72H, $100 Brand new! 352-429-2742 V V A A N N I I T T Y Y T T O O P P Culture marble beige, band new. $50 obo. 352-357-0621 T T O O I I L L E E T T W W h h i i t t e e , l l o o w w f f l l o o w w . $ $3 3 5 5 C C a a l ll l D D a a v v e e 3 3 5 5 2 22 2 5 5 5 57 7 6 6 2 2 3 3 S S I I N N K K W W h h i i t t e e m ma a r r b b l le e 1 1 9 9 x x 3 3 7 7 . $ $ 2 2 0 0. 3 3 5 5 2 22 2 5 5 3 39 9 2 2 3 3 6 6 N N Y Y L L O O N N R R O O P PE E 3 3 / / 4 4 2 2 0 00 0 l l o o n n g g . N N e e w w . $ $1 1 0 00 0 C C a a l l l l 5 5 1 1 7 79 93 3 7 76 6 5 55 5 6 6 L L A A D D D D E E R R J J A A C C K K S S L L i ik k e e n n e e w w ! $ $ 3 3 0 0 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 22 27 7 2 29 9 4 44 4 8 8 625Building Supplies/ MaterialsS ST T R R O O L L L L E E R R W W I IT T H H 2 2 C C A A R R S S E E A A T T S S nice cond. $45. Please call 352-253-9236 G G I I R R L L S S C C L L O O T T H H E E S S 1 1 2 21 1 8 8 m mo o n n t t h h s s $ $ 5 50 0 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 24 43 3 3 33 3 6 67 7 1 1 C C R R I I B B Sorkcraft Convertible, Oak w/mattress. Great cond. $99 Call 352-455-9798 C C R R I I B B LA Baby Metal, folding, full size & portable. $70. Call 352-742-8246 C C R R I I B B Delta fold away portable. Natural color w/1.5 mattress. $50 314-2981 C C A A R R S S E E A A T T convertible, Evenflo, comfort touch. Great cond. $30 352-357-0621 C C A A R R S S E E A A T T B B r r i it t a a x x M Ma a r r a a t t h h o o n n . T T o o p p r r a a t t e e d d . $ $ 5 50 0 3 3 5 52 2 9 98 8 8 83 3 8 83 3 2 2 B B O O Y Y S S C C L L O O T T H H E E S S 3 3 6 6 m mo o n n t t h h s s . $ $ 6 60 0 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 24 43 3 3 33 3 6 67 7 1 1 624Childrens itemsW W I I R R E E L L E E S S S S R R O O U U T T E E R R Linksys Range Plus Model WRT110. $20. 352-223-3678 T T I I V V O O B B O O X X w w / / m m a a n n u u a a l l & & r r e e m m o o t t e e l li i k k e e n n e e w w. $ $ 5 50 0 . 3 3 5 5 2 27 7 5 5 3 34 4 0 0 4 4 3 3 T T E E L L E E V V I IS S I I O O N N S S 1 has built in VCR & DVD. $25 for both. Call 352-348-9973 T T E E L L E E V V I I S SI I O O N N Swivel wall mount fits up to 27 not flat screen. $20. 352-504-6689 T T E E L L E E V V I I S SI I O O N N S S O O N N Y Y lg. screen, Fair cond. $40. Please call 352-429-0938 T T E E L L E E V V I I S S I I O O N N 36 Zenith w/cabinet. Good cond. $60. Cal l S S O O L L D D ! ! ! ! T T E E L L E E V V I I S SI I O O N N 32 RCA w/stand. works great guaranteed. $100 Call 352-246-9948 T T E E L L E E V V I I S SI I O O N N 27 Toshiba, used very little. Asking $30. 717-574-7065 606Electronics S SU U R R R R O O U U N N D D S SO O U U N N D D JVC, almost new, used 3 mo. Sell for $100 508-9259 M M I I C C R R O O P P H H O O N N E E Shure, SM57 or SM58 $65. Please call 352-357-9585 E E N N T T E E R R T T A A I IN N M M E E N N T T U U N N I I T T fits up to 32 TV, w/doors. Excel cond. $50 350-3854 D D V V D D P P L L A A Y Y E E R R Magnavox, Dolby digital, like new, no remote. $10 352-343-0587 C C E E L L L L P P H H O O N N E E B B l la a c c k k b b e e r r r r y y , l li ik k e e n n e e w w . $ $ 6 60 0 . 3 3 5 52 2 3 3 2 2 1 15 5 6 6 5 5 9 9 606ElectronicsW W A A S S H H E E R R & & D D R R Y Y E E R R Whirlpool, new cond. used 6/mo. $425. 352-516-0429 R R E E F F R R I I G G E E R R A A T T O O R R s s m m . , g g o o o o d d c c o o n n d d . $ $ 2 2 5 5. P P l l e e a a s s e e c c a a l l l l S S O O L L D D ! ! ! ! R R E E F F R R I I G G E E R R A A T T O O R R side by side w/ice in door. 32 x 67. $150 Call S S O O L L D D ! R R E E F F R R I I G G E E R R A A T T O O R R dorm size, Avanti, works well $50 obo. 352-314-0708 R R E E F F R R I IG G E E R R A A T T O O R R 20 cu. ft. w/ice maker. $75 obo Runs good! Call S S O O L L D D ! R R E E F F R R I IG G E E R R A A T T O O R R 18 cu. ft. Frost free. $50 Runs good. Call S S O O L L D D ! O O V V E E N N R R A A N N G G E E Kenmore. Elec. drop in 30. Good cond. $50 352-253-0448 M M I I C C R R O O W W A A V V E E , over Range 1000 watts. White, used 10 mo. $75 352-314-0099 M M I I C C R R O O W W A A V V E E Whirlpool 29x15, turntable w/metal rack. $20 Call 352-366-0225 M M I I C C R R O O W W A A V V E E S S h h a a r r p p e e . E E x x c c e e l l c c o o n n d d . $ $ 2 25 5 f f i ir r m m. 3 35 5 2 2 3 3 2 26 6 5 5 3 3 2 25 5 M M I I C C R R O O W W A A V V E E o o v v e e r r s s t t o o v v e e . L L i i k k e e N N e e w w! $ $ 8 85 5 C C a a l ll l 3 3 5 52 2 3 3 1 1 4 43 32 2 9 92 2 M M I I C C R R O O W W A A V V E E Countertop, stainless, GE w/turntable. Like New. $75 735-1165 D D R R Y Y E E R R Frigidaire heavy duty. Works great. $75 Call 352-753-0277 D D R R Y Y E E R R A A m ma a n n a a . G G o o o o d d c c o o n n d d . $ $ 4 4 0 0 S S O O L L D D ! D D I I S S H H W W A A S S H H E E R R GE Bisque in color, works great, $99 obo Call 352-461-3873 D D I I S S C C O O U U N N T T A A P P P P L L I I A A N N C C E E R R e e p p a a i ir r S S a a l le e s s S Se e r r v v i i c c e e M M o o s s t t R R e e p p a a i ir r s s $ $ 6 6 0 0 P P l lu u s s P Pa a r r t t s s W W A A S SH H E E R R , D D R R Y Y E E R R , R R E E F F R R I I G G E E R R A A T T O O R R D D o o n n t t T T o o s s s s I It t F F i ix x I It t F F o o r r L L e e s s s s B B u u y y i i n n g g C C l l e e a a n n W W a a s s h h e e r r s s & & D D r r y y e e r r s s D D a a y y s s , E E v v e e n n i i n n g g s s & & W W e e e e k k e e n n d d s sC C a a l l l l N N o o w w3 3 5 5 2 2 8 8 7 74 4 1 1 2 2 3 3 8 8 C C O O F F F F E E E E M M A A K K E E R R Keurig brand new. Sell for $50 new cost $150. Call 352-636-9340 C C O O F F F F E E E E M M A A K K E E R R Elite Keurig 12 cup, makes 1-12 cups. New. $89 793-8102 C C H H E E S S T T F F R R E E E E Z Z E E R R s s m m . , g g o o o o d d c c o o n n d d . $ $2 25 5 P P l le e a a s s e e c c a a l l l l S S O O L L D D ! ! ! ! B B R R E E A A D D M M A A C C H H I I N N E E g g o o o o d d c c o o n n d d . $ $ 2 2 5 5 C C a a l ll l 3 3 5 52 2 7 7 9 9 3 39 91 1 5 59 9 A A I I R R C C O O N N D D I IT T I I O O N N E E R R G G E E 5 5 0 00 0 0 0 B B T T U U . $ $ 7 75 5 . 3 35 5 2 2 3 3 4 48 8 5 5 8 8 4 43 3 605AppliancesW W I I N N E E S S T T O O R R A A G G E E C C A A B B I IN N E E T T black finish w//glass front. $75 obo. 352-314-0708 S S E E C C T T I I O O N N A A L L S S O O F F A A B B r r a a n n d d N N e e w w ! a a n n d d / / o o r r S SO O F F A A L L O O V V E E S S E E A A T T $ $ 5 5 5 5 0 0 C C a a n n d d e e l l i i v v e e r r ! 3 35 5 2 2 2 2 4 43 3 1 1 0 0 2 21 1 T T E E L L E E V V I I S S I I O O N N T T R R A A Y Y S S (set of 4), solid wood, excel. cond. $12 Call S SO O L L D D 1 1S S T T C C A A L L L L ! T T E E L L E E V V I I S S I I O O N N S S T T A A N N D D black 2/glass shelves fits up to 46 TV. $40. S S O O L L D D ! T T A A B B L L E E S S E E N N D D ( ( 2 2 ) ) 2 X 3 w/drop leaf leather top, mahogany. $80 obo. 352-735-6927 604FurnitureT T A A B B L L E E , drop leaf Blonde Like new. Excel cond. $100. 352-460-0208 T T A A B B L L E E w wi i t t h h l l e e a a f f & & 4 4 c c h h a a i i r r s s o o n n r r o o l l l le e r r s s . $ $ 8 80 0 o o b b o o . 3 3 5 52 2 7 7 3 35 5 6 69 9 1 14 4 T T A A B B L L E E w/2 chairs, Cafe style, good cond. $50. Please call 352-793-7996 T T A A B B L L E E Shamrock shape. 27"H x 14W. $35. Please call 352-323-3545 T T A A B B L L E E round glass top Wicker 48 w/4 chairs. Asking $50. 352-742-8476 T T A A B B L L E E glass top 30 X 30 very nice. Asking $30. Please call 352-483-3870 S S O O F F A A , Loveseat, chair w/ottoman, beige leather. Excel cond. $400. 636-5161 S S O O F F A A , C C H H A A I I R R & & O O T T T T O O M M A A N N rose/floral design. Good cond. $150. 314-2419 S S L L E E E E P P E E R R S S O O F F A A l l i ik k e e n n e e w w c c o o n n d d . $ $ 1 10 0 0 0 o o b b o o . 3 3 5 5 2 2 4 40 0 6 6 6 60 0 8 8 6 6 R R O O C C K K E E R R s s m ma a l l l l , b b l l u u e e , s s w wi i v v e e l l . E E x x c c e e l l c c o o n n d d . $ $ 2 20 0 3 35 5 2 23 34 4 3 3 7 7 2 29 9 4 4 R R E E C C L L I I N N E E R R m m e e d d i i u u m m b b l lu u e e , g g o o o o d d c c o o n n d d . $ $ 5 50 0. 8 8 1 1 0 0 2 24 4 0 0 1 10 0 5 5 3 3 O O A A K K S S T T A A N N D D w/matching wall shelf. Like new. $75 Call 517-458-6163 N N E E E E R R L L E E E E N N E E W W F F U U R R N N I IS S H H I IN N G G S S Gently Used Home Furnishings Showroom 3320 US Hwy. 441/27, Fruitland Park (old Phillips Dealership) 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 31 1 5 5 1 10 0 0 0 0 0 n n e e e e r r l l e e e e n n e e w w f f u u r r n n i i s s h h i in n g g s s .c c o o m m L L O O V V E E S S E E A A T T Dual Recliner Blue w/beige flowers. Excel cond. $100 706-273-9931 L L O O V V E E S SE E A A T T m mu u l lt t i i f f l l o o r r a a l l, g g o o o o d d c c o o n n d d . $ $ 5 50 0 C C a a l l l l 3 35 5 2 29 9 7 78 8 0 0 8 80 0 9 9 L L I I V V I I N N G G R R O O O O M M C C H H A A I I R R N N i ic c e e . G G o o o o d d c c o o n n d d . $ $5 50 0 . C C a a l l l l 3 35 5 2 23 3 5 57 7 9 9 3 30 0 5 5 K K I I T T C C H H E E N N C C U U P P B B O O A A R R D D w/4 shelves & peg board backing. 60H $40. 352-323-3545 H H U U T T C C H H 3x72x18, Walnut, good cond. $75 obo Please call 352-742-2005 H H U U T T C C H H 2 pc., solid wood. Excel. Cond. $50. 352-435-0888 E E N N T T E E R R T T A A I IN N M M E E N N T T C C E E N N T T E E R R Cherry, holds 32 TV, TV included $95 315-0541 E E N N T T E E R R T T A A I I N N M M E E N N T T C C E E N N T T E E R R wooden holds 26 TV. $20. 352-343-7886 E E N N T T E E R R T T A A I I N N M M E E N N T T C C E E N N T T E E R R w wo o o o d d . $ $2 2 5 5. 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 36 6 0 0 3 33 3 3 3 5 5 D D R R E E S S S S E E R R White & brown top. 6 drawers, nice. $40. Call 352-787-7093 D D R R E E S S S S E E R R 60 w/6 drawers ivory color, excel. cond. $100. 352-460-7606 D D R R E E S S S S E E R R 6 drawers, good cond. $20 Please cal l S S O O L L D D D D I I N N I I N N G G T T A A B B L L E E rattan base, glass top, 4 chairs. $99 Call 352-753-3914 D D E E S S K K all maple 20x40 perfect cond. $75 Please call 352-383-4919 D D E E S S K K 29x20x42. Light Oak finish, excel cond. $75 Call 352-735-0201 D D E E S S K K Maple, very old, 42x22, 8 drawers. $50 Please call 352-324-3235 C C O O M M P P U U T T E E R R D D E E S S K K small White washed. Excel. cond. $35. Call 352-787-1949 C C O O F F F F E E E E T T A A B B L L E E S S (2) w/glass tops, good cond. $25 for both. Call 352-357-8549 C C H H A A I I R R s s w w i i v v e e l l r r o o c c k k e e r r f f u u l ll l s s i iz z e e , g g r r e e e e n n . $ $4 4 0 0. 6 6 0 0 8 8 3 34 4 7 7 1 14 4 8 8 3 3 C C H H A A I I R R Pottery Barn, blk, w/arms. Excel cond. $100 Please call 352-728-3571 C C H H A A I I R R L L a a Z Z B B o o y y , s s w wi i v v e e l ls s . E E x x c c e e l l c c o o n n d d . T T e e a a l l . $ $ 7 75 5 . P P l le e a a s s e e c c a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 7 74 4 2 2 7 73 3 9 9 8 8 C C H H A A I I R R & & S S O O F F A A La-Z-Boy both reclines, mocha color. Excel. cond. $350 obo. Call 352-399-2057 604Furniture B B U U N N K K B B E E D D metal. Queen futon on bottom folds to couch. Twin top $100 321-6229 B B E E D D R R O O O O M M S S E E T T dresser, chest, night stand & full size bed. Excel. cond. $450 Call 352-406-8521 B B E E D D Spring Air Adjustable. 80x40. Like new mattress, cordless remote, headboard, 2 skirts, quilt, sham. $950 Call 352-343-3295 B B E E D D King Broyhill. Head & foot board sides. Hi or Lo Post, Cherry. Excel $325 Call 352-242-1246 B B E E D D f f u u l ll l s s i i z ze e . M Ma a t t t t r r e e s s s s & & b b o o x x s s p p r r i i n n g g . $ $ 7 75 5 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 26 61 1 7 72 2 3 33 3 7 7 B B E E D D Colonial Maple full size, w/box spring & mattress. $75 Call 352-253-0875 B B E E D D All new Ortho King-size Pillow Top mattress & box springs with warranty. S S t t a a r r t t i in n g g a a t t $ $ 2 29 9 5 5 . Can deliver. 3 3 5 5 2 22 2 4 4 3 31 1 0 0 2 2 1 1 B B E E D D All new Ortho Pillowtop Mattress & boxsprings. Queen-size with warranty S S t t a a r r t t i in n g g a a t t $ $1 1 8 8 0 0 Can deliver 352-243-1021 B B A A R R S S T T O O O O L L S S (3) upholstered Chormcraft. Good cond. $75 Cal l S S O O L L D D ! ! ! B B A A R R S S T T O O O O L L ( ( 1 1) ) almond, highback, foot rail, 5 wheels. $15. Call 352-753-1834 B B A A R R C C H H A A I I R R S S ( ( 4 4) ) & & B B A A R R S S T T O O O O L L ( ( 1 1 ) ) . $ $ 6 6 0 0 F F i i r r m m . C C a a l ll l 3 3 5 52 2 3 31 1 4 40 05 5 9 97 7 A A L L L L N N E E W W Queen-size Orthopedic Pillow Top mattress w/box springs only $375, w/warranty. Can deliver. 352-243-1021 604Furniture P P I IN N B B A A L L L L M M A A C C H H I I N N E E antique, needs work. Asking $100. Call 352-787-0115 P P I IG G D D O O O O R R S S T T O O P P Antique look, w/long dress & bonnett. $25 Call S S O O L L D D ! P P A A P P E E R R W W E E I I G G H H T T Civil War acrylic 5x7. Lincoln/Grant $20 Call 702-0529 N N A A T T I I V V I I T T Y Y M M A A N N G G E E R R 2.5 long, hand painted porcelain figurines. $50 434-5395 M M O O D D E E L L R R A A I I L L R R O O A A D D M M A A G G A A Z Z I I N N E E S S vintage (over 500). $95 Call 352-399-2484 F F O O O O T T B B A A L L L L C C A A R R D D S S and Hockey cards. Misc & sets all for $100 352-343-2922 F F I I G G U U R R I I N N E E S S several. Norman Rockwell unlimited edition. $100. 352-314-9537 E E L L V V I I S S A A L L B B U U M M S S 1 box of 5. Golden Treasury limited edition. $40 obo. 352-669-1163 D D O O L L L L S S Ronald McDonald 16 & 2 Miss Piggy. Like new $20 obo. 352-323-4903 C C O O C C A A C C O O L L A A C C O O M M M M E E M M O O R R A A T T I IV V E E B B O O T T T T L L E E S S . (12) org. cond. $100. 365-0938 C C O O C C A A C C O O L L A A C C H H R R I IS S T T M M A A S S T T R R U U C C K K 1st Edition lights $100. 352-455-4757 C C A A R R T T O O O O N N G G L L A A S S S S C C O O L L L L E E C C T T I I O O N N . (20)Mint. $100. Please call 352-365-0938 B B A A S S E E B B A A L L L L C C A A R R D D S S , U U n n o o p p e e n n e e d d b b o o x x e e s s . $ $ 1 10 0 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 23 34 4 3 32 2 2 25 5 3 3 B B A A S S E E B B A A L L L L C C A A R R D D S S ( ( 1 1 5 5 ) ) A A l lb b e e r r t t P Pu u j j o o l ls s . $ $1 1 0 0 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 23 34 4 3 32 2 2 25 5 3 3 603CollectiblesC C A A N N O O P P Y Y w/side curtains. 10. Both $50 CR. 44. Call 352-308-8142 602 Arts/Crafts W W A A R R D D R R O O B B E E T T R R U U N N K K over 100 yr. w/drawers, Excel cond. $100 971-340-8701 T T A A B B L L E E 18 round 24H, excel cond. $75 Please call 352-728-3571 601AntiquesS S T T E E R R E E O O T T U U R R N N T T A A B B L L E E C C A A B B I I N N E E T T Magnavox. 29x30x22 $70 obo 352-742-2005 R R E E C C O O R R D D C C A A B B I I N N E E T T A A n n t t i iq q u u e e , m ma a p p l l e e . $ $ 8 85 5 C C a a l ll l 3 3 5 52 2 2 2 4 4 2 21 16 6 0 09 9 M M I I R R R R O O R R Vintage. 28 x 34.5, gold frame, simple lines, heavy. $40. S S O O L L D D ! C C L L O O C C K K electric Sail Ship good shape. Made by Uniter. $95. Call 352-793-5741 601Antiques 600Merchandise MartR R E E P P T T I I L L E E T T A A N N K K 5 5 5 5 g g a a l ll l o o n n w w / / s s t t a a n n d d . $ $ 7 75 5 C C a a l ll l 3 3 5 52 2 5 5 0 0 4 48 88 8 2 27 7 P P E E T T B B E E D D D D I I N N G G 5 lg. bags of oak sawdust. Fine & clean. $79 Call 352-408-1218 F F I I S S H H T T A A N N K K 30 gallon w/hardwood pine cabinet. excel cond. $75 636-5915 D D O O G G C C R R A A T T E E med, w/tray, excel. cond. $30. Please call 352-357-2771 C C A A T T T T O O Y Y C C r r a a z z y y p p a a n n t t s s c c r r a a w w l l t t h h r r u u t t o o y y . $ $ 2 20 0 C C a a l ll l 3 3 5 52 2 6 6 6 6 9 98 80 0 0 03 3 B B I I R R D D C C A A G G E E , h h a a n n g g s s o o n n f f l lo o o o r r s s t t a a n n d d . N N e e w w . 2 29 9 h h i ig g h h 3 3 3 3 x x 1 1 5 5 . $ $ 1 10 00 0 . 3 35 5 2 2 7 74 4 8 8 9 96 6 1 1 1 1 A A Q Q U U A A R R I I U U M M 55 gallon w/stand & accessories excel cond. $100. 771-6169 A A N N I I M MA A L L C C A A G G E E 3 3 1 1 W W x x 1 1 8 8 H H x x 1 1 8 8 D D f f r r o o n n t t t t o o b b a a c c k k . $ $ 5 50 0. L L i ik k e e n n e e w w . C C a a l ll l 3 3 5 52 2 9 9 7 78 8 7 74 4 6 61 1 560Pet Supplies S S H H I I H H T T Z Z U U P P U U P P P P I I E E S S (5) 9 weeks old. 1 male 4 females. $250 each. 352-255-0961 S S H H E E L L T T I I E E Female. Housebroken, loving. Free to good home w/fence. 408-0427 P P I I G G Mini Berkshire. Family pet, loves animals & kids. Free 352-272-3168 M M I I N N I I D D A A C C S S H H A A U U N N D D Black & tan, first shots, kennel trained. $250 Call 352-455-6705 L L A A B B R R A A D D O O R R M M I IX X .female, 9mo. spayed, shots & heartworm tested. F F r r e e e e . 3 35 5 2 26 60 0 2 28 8 0 05 5 1 1 K K I I T T T T E E N N S S litter trained, & loves big dogs. Free to good home. 352-308-5169 K K I I T T T T E E N N S S (2) gray & (2) black Manx. F F R R E E E E T T O O G G O O O O D D H H O O M M E E call 669-2400 10-10pm K K I I T T T T E E N N gray, female. F F R R E E E E Summerfield area. Please call 828-319-8293 K K I I T T T T E E N N Free to home. Female, aprox. 4 mo. old, litter trained, lovable. 352-502-7619 F F R R E E N N C C H H B B U U L L L L D D O O G G Puppies, lovely little clowns, male/female. dep. will hold. $750. ea. 352-568-0090 D D O O V V E E S S ( ( 3 3 ) ) w wh h i i t t e e . V V e e r r y y h h e e a a l lt t h h y y $ $ 7 75 5 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 52 2 3 3 2 2 4 43 3 2 2 5 5 4 4 D D A A C C H H S S H H U U N N D D M M I I N N I I Dapples. Have shots. $300/male, $350 female. 516-7884 C C A A T T Tortoise shell, 4 yr. declawed & spayed. Free to good home. 352-455-6014 C C A A T T Indoor, spayed, long hair, 2 yr. Free to good home. 352-409-1583 B B L L U U E E T T I I C C K K C C O O O O N N H H O O U U N N D D & & B B E E A A G G L L E E , 5 y y r r s s . o o l ld d . m mo o v v i i n n g g , F F R R E E E E 7 7 8 8 7 75 5 0 0 7 78 8 B B I I S S H H O O N N F F R R I I S S E E Pups, 8 wk. male/female. $450. Call 971-340-8701 501Pets For Sale 500 Pets/Animals

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B12SOUTH LAKE PRESS Friday, November 25, 2011 *N N E E W W L L Y Y R R E E M MO O D D E E L L E E D D * D D o o r r a a C C a a n n a a l l 1 1/ / 2 2 p p r r i ic c e e ! 6 6 M M O O S S . F F R R E E E E R R E E N N T T ! 3 3 5 5 2 23 3 4 4 3 37 7 4 4 0 0 1 1 1001Mfd Homes For Sale 1000Manufactured HomesT T H H A A N N K K S S G G I I V V I I N N G G G G I I V V E E A A W W A A Y Y2 2 a a c c W W a a t t e e r r f f r r o o n n t t $ $3 3 5 5K K C C h h r r i i s s F F o o r r b b e e s s R R e e a a l lt t y y 3 3 5 5 2 26 6 3 3 6 60 0 1 1 6 6 4 4 932Res Lots Acreage* *N N E E W W L L Y Y R R E E M MO O D D E E L L E E D D * D D o o r r a a C C a a n n a a l l 1 1/ / 2 2 p p r r i ic c e e ! 6 6 M M O O S S . F F R R E E E E R R E E N N T T ! 3 3 5 5 2 23 3 4 4 3 37 7 4 4 0 0 1 1 905 WaterfrontL L E E E E S S B B U U R R G G , 2 2 / / 2 2 , g g a a r r a a g g e e , S S c c o o t t t t i is s h h H H i ig g h h l l a a n n d d s s , 5 5 5 5+ + , C C H H A A , a a l ll l f f u u r r n n . I In n d d o o o o r r / / o o u u t t d d o o o o r r p p o o o o l l, t t e e n n n n i is s c c o o u u r r t t , c c o o m m p p u u t t e e r r c c l la a s s s s e e s s a a n n d d l l o o t t s s o o f f o o t t h h e e r r g g r r e e a a t t a a m m e e n n i i t t i ie e s s , $ $ 6 65 5 K K. C C a a l l l l 3 3 3 3 9 92 22 2 6 60 0 3 30 0 5 5 L L A A D D Y Y L L A A K KE E 2 2 b b r r s s p p i i l lt t p p l l a a n n 2 2b b a a 2 2 c c a a r r g g a a r r a a g g e e p p l l u u s s s s t t o o r r a a g g e e , a a t t t t a a c c h h e e d d a a l l u u m m. c c a a r r p p o o r r t t , d d e e t t a a c c h h e e d d m me e t t a a l l c c a a r r p p o o r r t t b b u u i i l lt t n n e e w w 1 1 9 99 9 7 7. N N e e w w 3 3 0 0 y y r r r r o o o o f f 2 20 0 1 10 0 , c c o o r r n n e e r r l lo o t t , l li i f f e e t t i im m e e v v i in n y y l l s s i id d i in n g g , e e x x t t r r a a c c l le e a a n n & & f f r r u u i i t t t t r r e e e e s s . O O w wn n e e r r w wi i l ll l f f i in n a a n n c c e e w wi i t t h h r r e e a a s s o o n n a a b b l l e e d d o o w w n n . F F u u r r n n . a a v v a a i i l l. F F i i r r s s t t t t i im m e e o o n n m m a a r r k k e e t t . $ $ 1 13 3 4 4K K . 3 3 5 52 2 7 7 5 53 3 8 8 9 95 5 0 0 903Homes For Sale 900Real Estate For Sale* *N N E E W W L L Y Y R R E E M MO O D D E E L L E E D D * D D o o r r a a C C a a n n a a l l 1 1/ / 2 2 p p r r i ic c e e ! 6 6 M M O O S S . F F R R E E E E R R E E N N T T ! 3 3 5 5 2 23 3 4 4 3 37 7 4 4 0 0 1 1 825Rent-ToOwnS S E E N N I I O O R R S S & & A A D D U U L L T T S S O O N N L L Y Y $ $ 8 8 ,9 9 0 00 0 2 2/ / 2 2 N N e e w w H H o o m m e e s s i i n n n n i ic c e e q q u u i ie e t t p p a a r r k k i in n E E u u s s t t i is s . 6 6 6 6x x 1 14 4 , A A / / C C , a a p p p p l l. , c c a a r r p p o o r r t t & & s s c c r r n n r r o o o o m m. C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 23 39 9 6 62 2 0 04 4 2 2 L L E E E E S S B B U U R R G G , 2/2 Remodeled, close to Walmart. No pets. $500/mo. 1st & last. Call 352-516-9248. L L A A D D Y Y L L A A K K E E 4 4/ / 1 1. 5 5. $ $6 6 0 00 0 / / m m o o . C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 22 22 2 3 36 6 8 80 0 2 2 F F R R U U I I T T L L A A N N D D P P A A R R K K3/2 $800/mo + dep., 2/1.5 w/garage, $650/mo + dep C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 25 55 5 1 10 0 2 28 8 9 9 F F R R U U I IT T L L A A N N D D P P A A R R K K 2 2 / / 1 1 S Se e m mi i f f u u r r n n . L L g g p p r r i i v v a a t t e e l l o o t t , f f r r e e e e w wa a t t e e r r . N N o o P Pe e t t s s . 3 3 5 52 2 7 7 8 87 7 4 4 1 15 5 3 3 E E U U S S T T I I S S 3/2 on 5 acres, 4 stalls, owner has 1 horse on property. $900/mo + $900 dep. Please call 352-589-0257 *N N E E W W L L Y Y R R E E M MO O D D E E L L E E D D * D D o o r r a a C C a a n n a a l l 1 1/ / 2 2 p p r r i ic c e e ! 6 6 M M O O S S . F F R R E E E E R R E E N N T T ! 3 3 5 5 2 23 3 4 4 3 37 7 4 4 0 0 1 1 819 Manufactured Homes RentalE E U U S S T T I I S S W W A A N N T T E E D D s s o o m m e e o o n n e e t t o o s s h h a a r r e e 2 2/ / 2 2 h h o o m me e $ $1 1 0 00 0 / / w w k k . + + d d e e p p o o s s i i t t . F F o o r r D D e e t t a a i il l s s . C C a a l ll l 3 35 5 2 26 63 3 0 00 03 3 3 39 9 o o r r 3 3 5 5 2 24 4 5 5 5 52 2 8 8 3 3 2 2 813Homes To Share L L E E E E S S B B U U R R G G P P r r i i v v a a t t e e B B R R s s h h a a r r e e r r e e s s t t o o f f h h o o u u s s e e . $ $ 1 10 0 0 0 / / w w k k C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 52 2 5 5 0 0 4 45 5 4 4 0 0 7 7 L L A A D D Y Y L L A A K KE E j j u u s s t t N N . o o f f T T h h e e V V i i l ll l a a g g e e s s . R R o o o o m m. S S h h a a r r e e d d , l li i v v i in n g g , & & k k i it t c c h h e e n n . $ $ 1 10 0 0 0/ / w wk k . 3 3 5 52 2 7 7 5 5 0 00 0 6 6 7 7 2 2 812Rooms to RentL L E E E E S S B B U U R R G G 2/2/1, with fenced back yard. $650/mo. Call 352-408-8887 811Condos TownhousesL L E E E E S S B B U U R R G G , 2 2 / / 2 2 w w / / g g a a r r a a g g e e . W W / / D D , & & t t w w o o c c o o u u r r t t y y a a r r d d s s , w w a a l lk k t t o o d d o o w w n n t t o o w w n n & & B B e e a a c c o o n n C C o o l ll l e e g g e e . $ $ 6 67 7 5 5/ / m mo o . 3 35 5 2 2 3 3 0 04 4 5 5 2 2 3 34 4 L L E E E E S S B B U U R R G G 3 3 / / 2 2 c c o o n n d d o o i in n 5 5 5 5+ + c c o o m m m m u u n n i it t y y w w / / c c l l u u b b h h o o u u s s e e , p p o o o o l l , s s h h u u f f f f l le e b b o o a a r r d d . M M i in n u u t t e e s s t t o o m m a a l ll l & & d d o o w w n n t t o o w w n n L L e e e e s s b b u u r r g g . N N o o p p e e t t s s . $ $ 7 75 5 0 0/ / m mo o + + $ $ 7 75 5 0 0/ / d d e e p p . I In n c c l l . b b a a s s i ic c c c a a b b l le e , w wa a t t e e r r & & l l a a w wn n c c a a r r e e . P Pl l e e a a s s e e c c a a l l l l 2 20 07 7 4 45 50 0 1 1 7 71 1 4 4 o o r r 3 30 0 4 4 4 4 7 72 2 3 3 0 0 2 21 1 811Condos Townhouses T T A A V V A A R R E E S S 2/1, carport, convenient location. $600/mo. + dep. No pets. 352-343-3500 E E U U S S T T I I S S 2/1 on Lake Eustis. No maint., water incl., CHA, washer/dryer. Walk to downtown, boardwalk etc. $580 mo. 352-636-1709 810DuplexesT T A A V V A A R R E E S S S S o o m m e e o o n n e e t t o o s s h h a a r r e e 2 2/ / 2 2 o o n n w w a a t t e e r r $ $4 4 0 00 0 / / m m o o . P P l le e a a s s e e c c a a l ll l 3 35 5 2 2 6 6 0 02 2 8 8 0 0 9 95 5 E E U U S S T T I I S S W W A A N N T T E E D D s s o o m m e e o o n n e e t t o o s s h h a a r r e e 2 2 / / 2 2 h h o o m m e e $ $ 1 1 0 00 0 / / w w k k . + + d d e e p p o o s s i it t . F F o o r r D D e e t t a a i il ls s . C C a a l l l l 3 35 52 2 6 63 30 0 0 03 33 3 9 9 o o r r 3 35 5 2 2 4 4 5 55 5 2 2 8 8 3 32 2 809Roommate WantedX X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X XE E U U S S T T I I S SX X 1 1 B B E E D D R R O O O O M M N N E E W W 1 1 S S t t o o r r y y . W W a a l lk k t t o o P Pu u b b l l i ix x C C a a l ll l : : 3 35 52 2 3 35 5 7 77 73 3 3 32 2 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X V V e e r r a a n n d d a a A A p p a a r r t t m m e e n n t t s sS S P P E E C C I I A A L L S S L L I I M M I I T T E E D D 1 1 , 1 1 w w / / d d e e n n & & 2 2 b b r r 3 3 5 5 2 2 7 7 3 3 5 5 9 9 4 4 0 0 0 0M M o o u u n n t t D D o o r r a a A A p p a a r r t t m m e e n n t t s s . c c o o m mE E q q u u a a l l H H o o u u s s i i n n g g O O p p p p o o r r t t u u n n i i t t y y L L A A D D Y Y L L A A K K E E Arden Place Apts. New 1br & 2/2, 1-story apts. Coming the Winter of 2011. Lots of features, green rated, energy efficient, only $595 & $725/mo. F F o o r r d d e e t t a a i i l ls s c c a a l ll l 8 87 7 7 77 7 8 81 1 6 69 9 9 95 5 o o r r i in n f f o o @ @ a a r r d d e e n n p p l la a c c e e . c c o o m m P P E E P P P P E E R R T T R R E E E E A A P P A A R R T T M M E E N N T T S SB B r r a a n n d d N N e e w w1 1 , 2 2 & & 3 3 B B R R . C C l l o o s s e e t t o o T T h h e e V V i i l ll l a a g g e e s s R R e e n n t t S S p p e e c c i i a a l ls s N N o o w w! 3 35 5 2 2 3 3 9 99 9 2 2 1 1 2 29 9 w w i il l d d w w o o o o d d a a p p t t s s . c c o o m m E E q q u u a a l l H H o o u u s s i in n g g O O p p p p o o r r t t u u n n i it t y y M M T T . D D O O R R A A , downtown, furn/unfurn, upscale 2/2 $695 Call 352-267-7316 L L E E E E S S B B U U R R G G 3 3 / / 2 2 c c o o n n d d o o i in n 5 5 5 5+ + c c o o m m m m u u n n i it t y y w w / / c c l l u u b b h h o o u u s s e e , p p o o o o l l , s s h h u u f f f f l le e b b o o a a r r d d . M M i in n u u t t e e s s t t o o m m a a l ll l & & d d o o w w n n t t o o w w n n L L e e e e s s b b u u r r g g . N N o o p p e e t t s s . $ $ 7 75 5 0 0/ / m mo o + + $ $ 7 75 5 0 0/ / d d e e p p . I In n c c l l . b b a a s s i ic c c c a a b b l le e , w wa a t t e e r r & & l l a a w wn n c c a a r r e e . P Pl l e e a a s s e e c c a a l l l l 2 20 07 7 4 45 50 0 1 1 7 71 1 4 4 o o r r 3 30 0 4 4 4 4 7 72 2 3 3 0 0 2 21 1 E E U U S S T T I I S S n n i i c c e e 1 1 / / 1 1 $ $5 50 0 0 0/ / m m o o i in n c c l l a a l ll l u u t t i il l . C C a a l ll l 8 8 1 13 37 7 8 81 1 9 9 5 54 4 0 0 o o r r 3 35 5 2 23 3 0 03 3 6 62 2 6 6 6 6E E U U S S T T I I S SA A l l l l r r e e m mo o d d e e l le e d d A A p p t t s s ! M M o o v v e e i in n b b y y D D e e c c . 1 1s s t t S Su u p p e e r r S Sp p e e c c i ia a l l P Pr r i ic c i in n g g ! 2 2 b b r r $ $4 4 9 99 9 ; ; 3 3 b b r r $ $5 5 9 99 9 . $ $ 1 10 0 0 0 D D e e p p . o o n n l l y y . P Pe e t t O O K K. H H u u r r r r y y ! C C a a l ll l 3 3 5 52 2 3 3 5 5 7 75 56 6 7 75 5 807 Apartments UnfurnishedW W I I L L D D W W O O O O D D , 3/2, 1 ac. lg. storage bldg. 1 mi W. of I75. $900/mo. Call 407-247-8329 R R E E N N T T A A L L S S M M i i n n n n e e o o l l a a 3 br homequiet. $ $ 6 6 7 7 5 5 C C l l e e r r m m o o n n t t 2br townhome Community pool $ $ 7 7 9 9 5 5 . C C l l e e r r m mo o n n t t 3br. Large home on canal to Lake Minnehaha $ $ 8 8 7 7 5 5 . incl. yd. careC C l l e e r r m m o o n n t t 3/2 HUGE home fenced, work shop $ $ 9 9 0 0 0 0 . C C l l e e r r m m o o n n t t 3 story, 4br home, Lake access. $ $ 1 1 , 2 2 0 0 0 0 C C l l e e r r m m o o n n t t 4/2 HUGE, 2 story, Magnolia Park , $ $ 1 1 , 2 2 0 0 0 0 . M M i i n n n n e e o o l l a a Oak Valley 3/2, porch, incl. water & yard care $ $ 1 1 , 2 2 5 5 0 0 . 0 0 0 0 R R O O C C K KE E R R R R E E A A L L T T Y Y 3 35 5 2 2 3 3 9 94 4 3 3 5 5 7 70 0 w w w w w w . R R o o c c k k e e r r R R e e a a l l t t y y I In n c c . c c o o m m L L E E E E S S B B U U R R G G Scottish Highland, cozy 2/2 on cul-de-sac. $850/mo + dep. 352-255-1728 806Houses Unfurnished

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Friday, November 25, 2011 SOUTH LAKE PRESSB13 W W E E B B U U Y Y G G O O L L F F C C A A R R T T S S R R U U N N N N I I N N G G O O R R N N O O T T . C C A A L L L L 3 35 5 2 25 5 1 16 6 2 2 6 65 5 7 7 L L A A N N G G S S T T O O N N G G O O L L F F C C A A R R T T C C E E N N T T E E R RS Sa a l l e e s s P P a a r r t t s s S S e e r r v v i i c c e e R R e e n n t t a a l l s s C C u u s s t t o o m m S S h h o o p pF F a a c c t t o o r r y y T T r r a a i i n n e e d d T T e e c c h h n n i i c c i i a a n n s s B B A A T T T T E E R R I I E E S S3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 5 57 7 4 4 3 3 0 0 0 0 G G O O L L F F C C A A R R T T T T I I R R E E S S & Rims (4) almost new, 18x8.5x8 (Kenda) $98 352-259-5698 C C L L U U B B C C A A R R , new batteries, dump bed on back, good cond. $1195. 638-0731 1275Golf Carts T T R R U U C C K K T T O O P P P P E E R R to cover truck bed. 69x78. Very good cond. $100. 669-3849 T T O O O O L L B B O O X X Tuff fits Ford bed, good cond. $75. Please call 352-365-6749 T T O O O O L L B B O O X X Diamond, w/end covers. Fits 56 bed. $65 Call 352-753-9637 T T I I R R E E S S Pair of LT275/70R18 used, about half tread. $90 cash. 352-255-4913 T T I I R R E E S S ( ( 4 4 ) ) Continental Touring P21565R17 98T, 26K mi. $165. 352-343-5025 R R U U N N N N I I N N G G B B O O A A R R D D S S (2) fits Ford truck, good cond. $40 Please call 352-365-6749 P P I I P P E E R R A A C C K K Kargo Master, for full size pickup. $100 Call 352-394-0561 F F L L O O O O R R J J A A C C K K commercial grade, 2 ton. Asking $75 obo. 352-753-7194 B B A A T T T T E E R R Y Y new Interstate in wrapper. First $60. Mt. Dora. S S O O L L D D 1 1 S S T T D D A A Y Y ! B B A A T T T T E E R R Y Y for vehicle Ever Start Maxx cold cranking amps, 660. $45. 551-5845 A A L L U U M M I I N N U U M M W W H H E E E E L L S S Center caps, GMC 6 lug 16 OEM. Set of 4. $80 255-4913 1264Auto Parts AccessoryF F O O R R D D P P I I C C K K U U P P 6 6 6 6H H o o t t R R o o d d c c h h o o p p p p e e d d 4 4 , w w o o o o d d e e n n b b e e d d , 4 46 6 6 6 c c u u .i in n . e e n n g g . F F o o r r d d , 1 14 4 t t i i r r e e s s , n n a a r r r r o o w w e e d d r r e e a a r r e e n n d d . $ $ 6 6, 0 0 0 0 0 0 o o b b o o . 3 35 5 2 2 3 32 2 3 3 1 17 7 3 3 0 0 C C H H E E V V R R O O L L E E T T 3 3 0 0 Coach, solid car, runs, easy to restore. $10,000 obo. 352-357-1067 1250Antique CarsU U T T I I L L I I T T Y Y T T R R A A I IL L E E R R 4 4 6 6 x x 7 7 w w/ / 2 2 s s i i d d e e s s . $ $2 2 5 50 0 C C a a l ll l 3 3 5 52 2 8 8 7 7 4 44 45 5 3 35 5 1247TrailersF F O O R R D D S S p p o o r r t t T T r r a a c c 0 0 2 2 R R e e d d , 6 62 2 K K m m i i, o o n n e e o o w w n n e e r r n n o o n n s s m m o o k k e e r r . A A s s k k i i n n g g $ $ 9 9, 0 0 0 0 0 0 o o b b o o . P P l le e a a s s e e c c a a l ll l S S O O L L D D ! F F O O R R D D P P I I C C K K U U P P 6 6 6 6H H o o t t R R o o d d c c h h o o p p p p e e d d 4 4 , w w o o o o d d e e n n b b e e d d , 4 46 6 6 6 c c u u .i in n . e e n n g g . F F o o r r d d , 1 14 4 t t i i r r e e s s , n n a a r r r r o o w w e e d d r r e e a a r r e e n n d d . $ $ 6 6, 0 0 0 0 0 0 o o b b o o . 3 35 5 2 2 3 32 2 3 3 1 17 7 3 3 0 0 D D O O D D G G E E D D A A K K O O T T A A 9 98 8 . 4 4. 2 2 l l i it t e e r r , V V 8 8 A A u u t t o o , A A / / C C . L L i i k k e e n n e e w w ! O O n n l ly y 6 6 7 7K K m m i i. N N o o n n s s m m o o k k e e r r . $ $ 4 4 5 5 0 0 0 0 . C C a a l ll l 9 9 3 37 7 8 8 4 4 3 33 30 0 3 33 3 1240Trucks Light Duty M MO O T T O O R R C C Y Y C C L L E E V V E E S S T T Black leather. Large. Excel cond. $20 Call 352-409-1595 M MO O T T O O R R C C Y Y C C L L E E J J A A C C K K E E T T black leather w/liner mens lg. like new. $50. 352-450-1592 M MO O T T O O C C R R O O S SS S H H E E L L M ME E T T 1 pr. boots & breast plate. $100 Call 352-551-4921 J J A A C C K K E E T T S S (2) blk leather, like new, XL. $100 Please call 352-343-7446 1210Mcycles/ MopedsH H A A R R L L E E Y Y D D A A V V I I D D S S O O N N rebuilt motor, metallic green, kick start. Started as a project bike, 95% complete. Needs fuel lines & elec. lines. $4500 Call 352-735-4242 1210Mcycles/ Mopeds 1206Aviation S S U U B B U U R R B B A A N N white, good cond. runs well. $3,000 obo. Call 352-348-7000 F F O O R R D D 2 2 0 0 0 03 3 F F 1 15 5 0 0 S S U U P P E E R R C C R R E E W W 4 4 X X 4 4 L L e e a a t t h h e e r r & & L L o o a a d d e e d d S SP P E E C C I I A A L L $ $1 1 5 5, 9 99 9 5 5. S S U U Z Z U U K K I I 2 2 0 00 0 6 6 G G r r a a n n d d V V i it t a a r r a a S S U U V V 3 3 s s e e a a t t , R R e e a a l l S Sh h a a r r p p ! E E c c o o n n o o m m i i c c a a l l S SP P E E C C I I A A L L $ $1 1 1 1, 9 99 9 5 5. L L E E X X U U S S 2 2 0 0 0 02 2 G G S S 3 3 0 0 0 0 L L e e a a t t h h e e r r , s s u u n n r r o o o o f f I I m m m m a a c c u u l la a t t e e S S P P E E C C I I A A L L $ $ 1 1 2 2 , 9 9 9 9 5 5 P P O O N N T T I I A A C C 1 1 9 9 9 99 9 M M O O N N T T A A N N A A 7 7 P P a a s s s s e e n n g g e e r r L L o o a a d d e e d d w w i it t h h E E x x t t r r a a s s ! S S P P E E C C I I A A L L $ $ 5 5 , 9 9 9 9 5 5 . M M I IT T S SU U B B I IS S H H I I 0 0 7 7 R R A A I I D D E E R R C C R R E E W W C C A A B B V V 6 6 A A u u t t o o m m a a t t i i c c T T r r a a n n s s m m i i s s s s i i o o n n C C l l e e a a n n T T r r u u c c k k ! S SP P E E C C I I A A L L $ $1 1 0 0, 9 99 9 5 5. C C A A S S H H P P A A I I D D F F O O R R J J U U N N K K C C A A R R S S ! $ $ 2 2 0 00 0 a a n n d d u u p p . C C a a l l l l 3 35 5 2 27 7 7 71 1 6 6 1 19 9 1 1 1205Autos 1200 TransportationR R O O P P E E N N y y l l o o n n D D r r a a c c o o n n 5 5/ / 8 8 , 1 1 6 65 5 . $ $5 5 0 0. M M t t ,. D D o o r r a a . 3 3 5 52 2 7 7 3 35 5 1 1 5 59 9 1 1 1120Marine Equip/ Supplies M M O O T T O O R R 20hp Mercury, older model 200. $250 Please call 352-253-0875 J J O O N N B B O O A A T T 12 aluminum with trailer. Asking $400. Call 352-326-8459 J J O O H H N N B B O O A A T T 12 alum., good for fishing. $200. Please call 352-409-6940 J J E E T T SKI Seadoo, 2 person, not running. $80 Please call 352-357-0949 D D O O W W N N R R I I G G G G E E R R S S (2) Cannon, old model w/mounts, etc. $300 Call 352-253-0875 B B A A Y Y L L I I N N E E R R 0 01 1 , w w / / t t r r a a i i l l e e r r & & e e x x t t r r a a s s , I I / / O O , 1 1 3 35 5 h h p p , 4 4 c c y y l l . M M U U S S T T S S E E E E ! $ $ 7 7, 5 5 0 00 0 . 7 78 8 7 71 1 1 12 2 9 9 1101Boats 1100 RecreationF F R R U U I I T T L L A A N N D D P P A A R R K K , 3/2 doublewide on lg corner lot, 36745 Shadow Hill Dr. Inside & out remodeled. $67K Call 352-267-8391. 1002Mfd Homes W/ land For SaleS S E E N N I I O O R R S S & & A A D D U U L L T T S S O O N N L L Y Y $ $8 8 , 9 90 0 0 0 2 2 / / 2 2 N N e e w w H H o o m me e s s i in n n n i i c c e e q q u u i i e e t t p p a a r r k k i i n n E E u u s s t t i i s s . 6 6 6 6x x 1 1 4 4, A A / / C C , a a p p p p l l. , c c a a r r p p o o r r t t & & s s c c r r n n r r o o o o m m . C C a a l l l l 3 35 5 2 23 3 9 96 6 2 2 0 04 4 2 2 S S E E N N I I O O R R S S & & A A D D U U L L T T S S B B E E A A U U T T I IF F U U L L 1 1 9 9 9 9 1 1 7 7 0 0x x 1 14 4 , 2 2 / / 2 2 w w / / c c a a r r p p o o r r t t & & s s c c r r n n r r o o o o m m i i n n a a n n i i c c e e q q u u i ie e t t p p a a r r k k i i n n E E u u s s t t i is s . $ $ 6 6 , 5 5 0 0 0 0 S S O O L L D D P P A A L L M M H H A A R R B B O O R R H H O O M M E E S S 4 4 / / 2 2 f f r r o o m m $ $ 4 49 9 9 9 / / m m o o 3 3 / / 2 2 f f r r o o m m $ $ 3 39 9 9 9 / / m m o o L L o o a a d d e e d d H H o o m me e s s o o n n Y Y o o u u r r L L o o t t 0 0 D D o o w w n n 8 8 0 0 0 0 6 62 2 2 2 2 28 8 3 3 2 2 L L E E E E S S B B U U R R G G in Ridgecrest 55+ park, with clubhouse & pool, dbl. wide 2/1, appl. included screen room, carport with outside lift for handicap. $6,500. Please call 352-787-2103 E E U U S S T T I I S S F F o o r r r r e e n n t t o o r r s s a a l l e e 2 2 / / 1 1 .5 5 c c o o m m p p l l e e t t e e l ly y f f u u r r n n . 5 55 5 + + p p a a r r k k . $ $ 7 70 00 0 i i n n c c l l. m mo o s s t t u u t t i il l. C C a a l l l l 3 35 5 2 24 4 8 83 3 1 1 4 43 3 9 9 1001Mfd Homes For Sale

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1www.dailycommercial.comHomesfeatures@dailycommercial.comC1D AILY COMMERCIAL Friday, November 25, 2011CARROLL JASKULSKI,JR: Dont just list my house,sell it / C2 FEATURES EDITOR NAME HERE K 352-365-8254 Lake and Sumter A Million Dollar View for a fraction of the price! 113 of Lake Harris frontage. You will be mesmerized by the view the moment you walk in the front door. The living room with hardwood floors, massive stone fireplace, double set of sliding glass doors that pocket out of sight brings the outdoors right inside with you or just continue on to the pool and spa area! Great room space with the open kitchen area with oak cabinets, Corian countertops, breakfast bar, tile backsplash,under-cabinet lighting and huge tiled island. This area also includes the dining r oom and Florida room with breakfast nook and sitting area where youwill enjoy your morning coffee while watching the eagles, hawks and blue heron. There are two master suites (one downstairs with separate sliding door access to the pool) and one upstairs with the most spectacular view of the lake! This home had a major renovation in 2003 with practically every surface upgraded (bathrooms gutted and replaced, new flooring throughout, all new windows and sliders on the lake side). Dock re-built in September, 2011. D ru Foley, Realtor, 352-978-8914 Lake Harris frontage ERA TOM GRIZZARD Two master suites,one upstairs and one downstairs. B eautiful landscaping w/ tiered stone trim, oversized corner lot with views of Sawgrass Lake, tinted & vinyl enclosed raised porch with A/C, a living room plus dining room with built in china display cabinet, an updated kitchen features built in eating area and many cabinets, large master bedroom and master bath features walk in shower & dual sink vanities, a guest bedroom with guest bath nearb y. New paint, all appliances included, new flooring throughout, o versiz ed carport, work shop / shed with double door entry, decorative finish on driveway, ceiling fans, gutters & downspouts, irrigation system with timer and affordable association fees make this a very nice manufactured home priced in the 60s! The P lantation at Leesburg is a r esident o wned active adult gated golf and tennis community with 2 manned gates, a 3rd is monitored plus a roving patrol. Stop by or call the sales office for your personal tour of this home and the facilities. Our office is located in Plantation Plaza, PAL R ealty 25327 US Hwy 27, Suite 202, Leesbur g, FL 34748 (352) 326-3626. See more pictures of #1253 on our web site www.theplantation.com Views of Sa wgr ass Lak e PAL REALTY-THE PLANTATION AT LEESBURG Living room plus dining room with built in china display cabinet. This 3 bedroom 2 bath manufactured home is located 8.9 on acres with 2280 sq ft living area. Home also features dining room, living room, familyroom with corner fireplace, huge kitchen with island seating and an open, split floor plan. Master bath features garden tub with separate shower stall. Mature landscaping with oak tr ees. A beautiful setting with beautiful views P roperty also has a 6 stall bar n with wor kshop and tack room. I n another pastur e ther e is a 3 stall barn plus a round pen for training. Wash area for the horses. Possible income from boarding horses. The property is fenced and cross fenced. This is definitely country living at its best but yet very convenient to shopping in Eustis and Mt. Dora with all of its quaint shops and restaurants. Only 15-20 minutes away from the S anfor d area and close for all the Orlandocommuters G r eat place to raise a family and a wonderful place to bring your horses. It is definitely a horse lover's dream spot. Reduced to $189,500. Call J oLeen Cooper for a viewing of this home at 352-267-0770 at Morris Realty & investments. A horse lovers dream MORRIS REALTY & INVESTMENTS Master bath features garden tub with separate shower stall.

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Home Builders Association presents coveted award T AVARES The home builders association of Lake-Sumter announced the selection of Joseph Williams, president of TownSquare Construction as the Associations 2011 Builder of the Year and Loretta M aimone pr esident of M aimone R ealty as Associate of the Y ear W illiams was selected b y his peers for outstanding leadership and commitment to the Association and the indus try dur ing this past y ear .He is chair of the Associations Remodelers Council, the newly elected V ice P r esident of the Association, and an active volunteer for Habitat for Humanity. M aimone was the associations 201011 Business Silver Sponsor. She is the associations newly elected associate vice president and serves on the G overnmental Affairs Committee, Banking and Finance Task Force, the Fall Home Show Committee and the R emodelers Council. The Home Builders Association of Lake-S umter is a non-profit trade industr y association r epr esenting 240 construction companies and associated business industr ies .F or med in 1973, the HBA is the local affiliate of the N ational Association of B uilders (NAHB) and the F lor ida Association of H ome Builders (FHBA). C ontact Linda N agle Executive D ir ector of the HBA at 352-343-7101 for infor mation. Stirling Sotheby's named sales agents for estate ORLANDO Stirling Sotheby's International Realty was recently named exclusive sales and marketing agents for a luxury lakefront country estate just w est of Orlando in Lake County that comes with a notable pedigr ee R oger Soderstrom, founder and owner of Stirling Sothebys International Realty, said the 55-acre luxury estate at 19035 Orange Ave. in Groveland features a 5,600 square foot lakefront hacienda designed by Arizona architect John B. S holz, whose U pto wn C our t,a 103-room estate home outside the village of W indlesham in Surrey, England, ranked as the most expensive home offered for WILLIAMS AND MAIMONE Ashton Woods has homes ready ORL ANDO Ashton Woods Homes has two ready-to-move-in homes at Eagles Landing at Westyn Bay, which overlooks Lake Apopka off of West Road and OcoeeApopka Road in Ocoee. M ichael Roche, vice president of sales and marketing for Ashton W oods Homes in the Orlando region, said both homes offer five bedrooms, with offering 2,550 squar e feet of space, pr iced at $292,147 and the other home has 3,433 squar e feet, pr iced at $329,131. The homes start at $269,900, Roche said. Only 15 home sites remain at Eagles Landing, R oche added. Ashton W oods Homes is one of the nation's largest private homebuilding companies with oper ations in Orlando, Tampa, Atlanta, Raleigh, Dallas, Houston, Austin and Phoenix. Visit www.ashtonwoodshomes.com for information. NAI negotiates office lease ORL ANDO NAI Realvest recently negotiated a new lease agreement for 2,670 squar e feet of class A office space at Suite 235, Primera Court I, 725 Primera Blvd. in Lake M ary. NAI Realvest Senior Br oker Associate Mary Frances West, CCIM brokered the transaction. The landlor d at P r imer a C our tI is I nterchangePrimera I, LLC based in D aytona B each. The new tenant Amer ica's Mortgage P rofessionals, is a lender that specializes in residential mortgages including FHA, VA, Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, is headquarter ed in Fort Lauderdale. Contact Mary Frances West CCIM, NAI Realvest, at 407-875-9989 or email to mwest@realvest.com or visit www.NAIRealvest.com. Associate Elliott earns a CIPS ORL ANDO S tirling Sothebys International Realty Associate Bruce REAL ESTATE NEWS PEOPLE, EVENTS AND PLACES C2DAILY COMMERCIAL/SOUTH LAKE PRESS Friday, November 25, 2011 352-357-8809TOLL FREE866-778-8253FOR SALE!1333 STARLIGHTSOUTHERN PALMS RV RESORT COMMUNITY1 Bdrm (Possible 2), 1.5 Bath, Laundry Rm, Nice Backyard REDUCED$10,900LOTRENT$352.25BACKGROUND CHECK REQUIRED 1 Avocado Lane, Eustis FL(Next to Lake County Fairgrounds) COZY & TASTEFULLY DECORATED! 2/2 BRIGHT & OPEN FLOOR PLAN, LRG SCREEN RM W/VIEW OF WATER.SEPARATE WORKSHOP & LAUNDRY RM PLUS FLA RM. COMPLETELY TURNKEY! LIVE RADIO SHOW ON 790 AM EVERY TUESDAY 12:00-1:00PMMOBILE HOME RESALES1 MILE SOUTH OF HARLEY DAVIDSON ON US HWY 441 LEESBURG LK1953 $17,500 BEAUTIFUL 1/1 PARK MODEL W/ VAULTED CEILINGS, BRIGHT KITCHEN W/FABULOUS BAY WINDOWS FROM TOP TO BOTTOM, MANY UPGRADES & A 10X20 FLA RM. LOT RENT ONLY $275!! LK2073 $27,500 IF YOU WANT ON THE CHAIN OF LAKES THIS IS IT. HOME IS WITHIN 150 YDS TO THE BOAT DOCKS ON LAKE HARRIS.THIS HOME IS A 2005 FLEETWOOD 2/2 W/NICE SCREEN RM.LK2032 $38,900 LOCATED NEAR THE VILLAGES. LRG 2/2, HUGE BONUS RM WITH A WET BAR. HOME FEATURES A NEW HEAT PUMP AIR SYSTEM, LARGE EXTRA WIDE CARPORT & GREAT LANDSCAPING.LK2064 $40,000 www.SunBeltHomeSales.com352-314-0900 The Lake & SumterReal Estate SectionGets Results!For information about advertising in this section call 352-365-8243or e-mailRealEstate@dailycommercial.com Last week we discussedsome continuing market conditions that will make selling a home every bit as challenging as it has been in recent years. As a way to address potential difficulties, I suggested that delivering an informative, organized sales presentation to each prospective buyer would be very effective. We also determined that the logical person to do this is your listing agent. This week we will cover how to get this done, what should be included and what benefits you may realize from it. B y the way, planning this strategy doesnt guarantee it will happen all the time. Ther e is a protocol among Realtors that a listing agent not directly interact with another agents prospect, without permission. What typically works well is simply asking, Would you like to view the home alone or would you like me to show you through? More often than not, the listing agents assistance will be welcome. When another agent is not involved, the listing agent should always make the presentation to his or her own prospects. N o one can be expected to notice everything a home has to offer on his own. A ttention should be drawn to the value of items like a double oven or an oversized cooktop in case the prospect has a large family or penchant for frequent entertaining. A fenced yard should be noted for the safety of chil dren and pets. Emphasis should be placed on simple things like extra storage areas, special indoor or outdoor lighting, upgraded storm protection, closet organizers, rain gutters, irrigating from waterways, 42 kitchen cabinets whatever your home contains that legitimately contributes to its comparative value. Your contribution to this endeavor is to provide your agent with a comprehensive list of upgrades and, if possible, their cost. All of this should be presented in the context of benefits to the homeowner not just a litany of features. A world famous sales trainer wisely observed What it is has nothing to do with them wanting it. What it will do for them has everything to do with them wanting it. The more expensive and upgraded the home is, the more important it will be to use this approach. M oney affords those who have it the power of choice. If your home is to be their choice, it must make the strongest impression. Besides ensuring that prospects are made aware of all the house has to offer, there are several significant advantages that could be realized: 1) A knowledgeable person is available to answer questions that may require information not obvious on the listing form; 2) An open exchange involving a member of your team could reveal useful insights into the prospects decision-making hot buttons, personalities and qualifications; 3) Buyers will be more likely to r emember this home, which is very important in the context of viewing many properties in a compr essed time period; 4) When negotiations begin on an offer, the homes v alue will have already been established proactively (if value-added items are stressed for the first time in response to a low offer price, it appears defensive and weakens y our negotiating position) and reviewing them at that time will serve as effective r einforcement; 5) This demonstrates respect for each prospects time and makes the visit more meaningful. R equiring your agent to control all showings is no promise that you will get a higher price or quicker sale, but you may. Or, you may sell a little faster. You may even attract a stronger buyer who is able to secure a loan commitment faster, satisfy other contingencies more easily, or who doesnt need to sell another home before you have a done deal!Carroll Jaskulski, Jr.Dont just list my house, sell it, part 2 Carroll Jaskulski Jr is a Broker/Associate with HOME Real Estate Professionals in Mount Dora. He can be reached at 954-234-4511 or cjmountdora@gmail.com. SEEREAL | C5 SEE PEP | C5 ELLIOTT

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Friday, November 25, 2011 DAILY COMMERCIAL/SOUTHLAKEPRESSC3 As you enter this home through the double door entry you get that at home feeling right away. Home features warm colors, unique tile work, wood floors and much more. Brand new top notch furniture throughout the whole house (most of it conveys)..Formal living greets you with custom windows and draperies. F ormal dining is great for those get together dinners, and family room with gas fireplace and vaulted ceilings is great for entertaining. This room leads to your large screened-in back porch. The unique granite countertops in the kitchen are definitely an eye catcher along with all the cabinet space it provides. Breakfast nook with 5 bay windows overlooks the back yard. Large master bedroom with walk-in closet, his and her sinks, garden tub and separate shower. Split floor plan with large bedrooms. One of them is currently being used as an office. New A/C, carpet, tinted windows, 4 zone sprinkler system, r ounded corners, termite protection plan, water softener and so much more. C ommunity features gated entrance, pool, clubhouse, tennis courts, RV parking, etc. Great locationFor more info or to view this property call Lauren Fickett 352-636-2167 at Morris Realty & I nvestments. Grand double-door entry MORRIS REALTY & INVESTMENTS Family room with gas fireplace and vaulted ceilings is great for entertaining. N orear neighbors terrific backyar d! This 3/2 expanded O pal model with 1,751 sq .ft. is located on a lo v ely conser v ation lot in Royal Highlands 55+ Active-Adult 24hour gated community The eat-in kitchen featur es a breakfast bar gas sto ve built-in microwave, cabinets with pull-outs, r ecessed lighting, cer amic tile floor ceiling fan and closet pantr y The large master bedr oom(16x16) has plantation shutters and a walk-in closet. The spacious lanai (12x19) includes sliding acrylic windows, an air conditioning unit and a sink. There is an inside laundry room with washer, dryer and storage shelv es and it is adjacent to the two car gar age with sliding screen door. O ther highlights: D r iv eway pavers, 10x10 outside patio in back and all appliances are included. Royal Highlands is located within easy access to the FL T ur npike .R o yal Highlands offers many amenities and a low monthly association fee of $130, which includes cable T V and R V/boat stor age To lear n mor e about Royal Highlands and this beautiful home listed at $179,000 visit my website: www.RoyalHighlands.net. MLS# G4677577. Call Doug DuVarney of ERA Tom Grizzard, Inc. at (352)255-3236. Conservation lot ERA TOM GRIZZARD The spacious lanai (12x19) includes sliding acrylic windows,an air conditioning unit and a sink. This home sits on a fairway of the golf course on a quiet, dead-end street in one of Central Floridas finest active adult communities and has curb appeal, shade trees and privacy. All at an inviting price. A living room, formal dining room plus the kitchen has a br eakfast nook, and there are 2 nice sized bedrooms and 2 baths. There is covered parking and a utility shed with double doors. New water heater 2007, new A/C 2006 w/10 year warranty, new dishwasher 2005, new range 2005, new refrigerator 2002, upgraded kitchen sink, newer paint, indoor laundry, ceiling fans, gutters and downspouts, irrigation system with timer and priced in the 60s! The Plantation at Leesburg is a resident owned active adult gated golf and tennis community with 2 manned gates, a 3rd is monitored plus a roving patrol. On site restaurant, 2 golf courses with equity memberships available, 3 clubhouses, 3 pools, full time activity directors, 100+ activities perweek. Our office is located in Plantation Plaza, PAL Realty, 25327 US Hwy 27, Suite 202, Leesbur g, FL 34748 (352) 326-3626. See more pictures of #1254 on our web site www.theplantation.com Updated to nearly new PAL REALTY-THE PLANTATION AT LEESBURG F ormal dining room plus the kitchen has a breakfast nook. HELAINE FENDELMAN andJOE ROSSON Scripps Howard News Ser vice DEAR HELAINE AND JOE:This sofa has been in my family for the past 19 years. We are packing to move and maybe it is time for the piece to go to a better home. After doing some I nter net r esearch, I think the piece may be an original, even though there is no label. Are you able to help us with a resale value?THANK YOU, P.M.,NAPLES. DEAR P.M.:Because of the movie and television versions of MASH, the term Hot Lips is one that is familiar to many. But this Studio 65 Bocca lip sofa certainly qualifies as an entirely different kind of Hot Lips. Sofas such as the one in today s question are an icon of moder n design. They are often seen in popular commercial media, and while some are valuable, many others are somewhat less so This sofa was designed in 1971 b y Studio 65, a design group based in Turin, Italy, and was called the Bocca, which mean mouth in I talian. It is also called the M ar ilyn Lip S ofa (a r eference to actress Marilyn Monroe), but it really was inspired by a work by surrealist painter S alv ador Dali, who had cr eat ed a lips sofa in the 1930s Dali was inspired by his own wor k, a gouache painting of actress Mae West. As an artistic movement, surrealism drew upon the dream life for inspiration and featured shapes and images that were fantastic in natur e. O n occasion, modern design shared this same theme, and Dalis lip sofa was perfect for reinterpretation. When Studio 65 updated the Dali design, the company named it in honor of Monroe. It gained international attention in 1972 when it was exhibited in I taly at New York Citys Museum of Modern Art. There are two different versions of this sofa available on the market, one b y G ufr am and the other by Heller. The difference between the two editions is that the G ufr am is made of soft polyurethane (a high-resiliency flexible foam) and upholstered with an elastic fabric that can be removed and washed. The Heller edition, on the other hand, is made entirely out of polymer plastic, which meant that it can be used out doors. The Gufram lips sofa cannot be used outdoors and is considerably more expensive in the collectibles market. The Gufram can still be purchased for around $8,000, while the Heller is reportedly av ailable for about $1,000. The current value of the piece owned by P.M. depends on which manufacturer produced the piece I t appears from the photos that the sofa in todays question has the removable fabric cover of the Gufram edition. It would, however, have been much, much better if the or iginal tag stating when this particular sofa was made and by what company had survived. W ith modern design, the ter m original can be a bit tricky, especially if the piece in question is still being produced and sold in the current marketplace. If P.M.s example is a vintage G ufr am, this sofa would probably sell in the $4,000-$5,000 range at a highquality modern-design auction conducted by a company that specializes in this sort of merchandise. Hot Lips sofa could get some love at auction JOE ROSSON andHELAINE FENDELMAN / SHNSThis 20th-century sofa exudes a sense of whimsy.

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Friday, November 25, 2011 DAILY COMMERCIAL/SOUTHLAKEPRESSC5 25327 US Hwy. 27 Ste. 202, Leesburg, Fl. 34748(352) 326-3626 ~ (800) 234-7654resale@theplantation.comwww.theplantation.comThe LifeYouve Waited Your Whole Life For...Something for Everyone!! Let Us Find Your Dream Home! SEASONAL & LONG TERM RENTALS AVAILABLE OFFICE HOURS MON-SAT: 9-5 SUN: 10-4START LIVING THE LIFE! CORNER LOT! Split 3/2, formal rooms, family room open to KT, extended lanai. PRIVATE SETTING! Low 100s #G4678162 LAWN MAINTAINED!2/2, den w/desk space built in, lg master suite, oversized double garage. STILL LIKE NEW! Mid 100s #931 SUNSET VIEWS!Popular split 2/2, den, lg formal rooms, family room open to KT, custom bath, oversized garage. FURNISHED! Mid 200s #1147 PANORAMIC GC VIEWS!2/2, den, lg great room & breakfast nook, gourmet KT, Jacuzzi tub. NEW DOUBLE PANE WINDOWS! Mid 200s #1164 sale anywhere in the world at the height of the real estate boom. Recently the palatial estate sold for half its former asking pr ice or about $67 million. Soderstrom said the Groveland hacienda, built in 2002, is a brilliant example of the California Craftsman architectural style with pecky -cypr ess doors and cypress plank ceilings. The hacienda is a wor k of art, said Stirling Sotheby's luxury residential specialists Sally Taylor and Emily White. The Taylor/White International Team for Stirling Sotheby's International Realty ar er epr esenting the G ro veland estate, which is listed for sale for $2.6 million. The four-bedroom luxury home offers thr ee full baths and a guest half-bath along with a game room, a private library, and a grand entrance with a 25foot high r otunda. A white, sandy beach on secluded Lake Ar thur is a focal point of the 55-acr e estate property, which includes a parklike 15-acr e homestead and gardens with extensive wooden decking and a secluded stone waterfall, Taylor said. The estate earns its agricultural proper ty tax exemptions with its 10-acre irrigated organic citrus grove and 30 acres of w ell-fenced cattle pastur e ar e served by a 3,750 square foot workshop, garage and far mv ehicle storage building. The entire property is well fenced and the cattle pasture is cross-fenced, Taylor said. The property is protected by a gated entrance and extensive electronic security system. Visit www .S tirlingSIR.com for infor ma tion. REAL CONTINUEDFROMC2 Elliott was recently awarded the Certified I nternational Property Specialist professional designation (CIPS) by the National Association of Realtors. R oger Soderstrom, founder and owner of Stirling Sothebys International Realty, said Elliott successfully completed a rigorous course of requirements to achieve the honor. The CIPS designation is the gold standard in our industry, the highest assurance that a professional has demonstrated solid experience and a thorough grasp of the peculiarities of international real estate tr ansactions he said. E lliott has been with Stirling S otheb y s I nternational Realty since November 2008 and has focused on inter national mar keting of luxur y homes thr oughout Central Florida. S oderstr om said the U.S. r eal estate do wntur n and resulting recession hav e generated market conditions that bring inter national real estate transactions into a sharp focus Economic uncertainty is a way of life in most other countr ies around the world, S oderstr om said. W orldwide particularly in Asia, India, Russia, Easter nE ur ope, the Middle East and now w ester nEur ope the Amer ican Dream is highly desirable by the more resourceful and affluent families and inter national home buy ers S oderstr om explained. E lliott said the CIPS designation was the result of har d work. The study requirements are pretty str enuous but theres a lot to learn, E lliott said. Elliott said he is now able to use the designation CIPS after his name in official correspondence and will soon receive a formal certificate and a lapel pin that identifies his professional expertise to colleagues. Elliott said certification by NARs CIPS program provides him with access to research and reports on international real estate trends and transactions and access to the CIPS Network. CIPS tools are valuable to my career, Elliott said. Contact Bruce Elliott, CIPS, at 407-5817890 or visit www.StirlingSIR.com.SBA offering low rates for certain working capital costALTAMONTE SPRINGS The federal government recently released new regulations enabling business owners to refinance owner-occupied commercial real estate loans, and to include, for the first time ever, certain working capital costs. S mall businesses facing high interest rates on commercial debt may now use loan refinancing proceeds for such working capital items as: salary, rent, utilities, inventory and other business obligations as part of a U.S. Small Business Administration 504 program loan. The new refinancing regulations are part of the Small Business Jobs and Credit Act of 2010, and while the rules were drafted last year, the final regulations were just released this week. According to small business lender M er cantile C apital C orpor ation, the new guidelines may be just in time to help business owners struggling with high inter est rate loans on commercial build ings and an inability to tap traditional wor king capital methods The new pr o visions that enable o wners to include business expenses in a r efinancing project is a phenomenal dev elopment, said MC C CEO Chr is Hurn. The government is responding to the cr ies of many entr epr eneurs and small business emplo y ers who ar e des perately in need of any means to finance wor king capital costs . The loan str uctur e for the r efinancing program mirrors the traditional 504 loan str uctur e .A third party lender, like MCC, funds a first lien portion (usually not less than 50 percent of the project costs), a C ommunity Development Company (CDC) acting with the SBA funds no mor e than 40 percent of the project and the borr o wer funds no less than 10 percent of the project, which doesn't necessarily need to be cash with these new r efinance provisions. Interest rates on 504 loans have been hovering near record lows for most of 2011 (October's rate is 4.61 percent fixed for 20 years). One downside to the new loan provisions is that they expire in September of 2012. While the deadline is nearly a year away, we encourage all commercial property owners to immediately investigate refinancing into a 504 loan, said Hurn. The rates are very low right now, and they'll get to re-amortize their loan on a longer term with these business expenses now eligible to be rolled-in. But, this is a financing opportunity that may not be available 12 months from now. A former member of the Inc. 500 list, Mercantile Capital Corporation focuses on providing SBA 504 loans for small business owners to acquire or enhance their own facilities. A wholly-owned subsidiary of Old Florida National Bank, the company has been named a Small B usiness Financial Services Champion by the U.S. Small Business A dministration twice in the past four y ears. For information, visit www.504Experts.com. Stirling negotiates sale of luxury estate site ORLANDO Stirling Sotheby's International Realty recently negotiated the sale of a 3.81 acre estate site on Lake M aitland near Winter Park for $2.25 million. R oger Soderstrom, founder and owner of S tirling S othebys International Realty, said the estate site located at 700 M anor Rd. in Maitland, is one of the largest in the area and has one of the lake's longest shorelines The estate site fronts on Lake M aitland as well as a canal that connects to Lake N ina, S oderstr om said. Altogether, the property boasts approximately 1,000 feet of water fr ontage. S ungate Tr ust acquired the property. Dick Toth, an International Luxury H ome Specialist with Stirling Sotheby's I nter national Realty in Orlando negotiated the sale representing the Bichette family. Visit www .S tirlingSIR.com for infor mation. NAI Realvest negotiates 2 industrial lease renewals ORLANDO NAI Realvest recently negotiated two lease renewals for industrial space totaling 10,515 square feet at commerce centers in Sanford and Orlando. M ichael Heidrich, principal at NAI Realvest, brokered both transactions representing the landlords. A t Monroe CommerCenter South, the tenant Highway 46 Holdings, LLC, based in Lake Mary, renewed its lease of 8,640 squar e feet in suites 1001-1013 at 4295 Church St. where COP-Monroe, LLC of Maitland is the landlord. Heidrich also represented the landlord C OP Hanging M oss LL C in a r enewal lease agreement with E l Neato, Inc. d/b/a Kona Ice for the 1,875 square feet leased at suite 320, 6124 Hanging M oss R oad in the Hanging Moss CommerCenter. C ontact Michael H eidr ich, P r incipal, NAI Realvest at 407-875-9989 or email to mheidrich@realvest.com or visit www.NAIRealvest.com.Mercantile reports closing 4 commercial loans ALTAMONTE SPRINGS Mercantile C apital Corporation, one of the nation's largest and most active providers of U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) 504 loans for small business owners who want to acquire or develop their own facilities, reported it closed four commercial loans in October to finance projects that total more than $9.4 million. G eof Longstaff, chairman of Mercantile C apital Corporation, said the firm's lar gest single loan in O ctober financed a $5.1 million diabetes treatment center in Citr us C ounty. S ince the star t of the y ear ,M er cantile Capital Corporation has closed 46 commer cial loans to finance pr ojects that total mor e than $134 million, Longstaff said. Chr is Hurn, chief executive officer of M er cantile C apital C orpor ation, said, We expect to finance over $150 million in total projects in 2011. That would mar ka substantial increase o v er 2010 and be our all-time record for volume. M ercantile Capital Corporation will r elocate from Altamonte S pr ings to Downtown Orlando in December, Hurn added. The firm is a wholly owned subsidiar y of Old F lor ida National Bank, which is headquar ter ed in Orlando .Architects awarded contract on 2 Winn-DixiesORLANDO Baldwin Park based Cuhaci & Peterson Architects LLC., was recently awarded contracts to design the transformation remodeling of two WinnDixie grocery stores one in Jupiter and the other in Pembroke Pines. Lonnie Peterson, chairman at Cuhaci & Peterson Architects, said both facilities will offer 45,000 squar e feet of space and the transformation remodeling assignment includes modern, up-to-date, unique concepts in both stor es. Peterson added that Winn-Dixie spent approximately $5 million each to modernize the grocery stores. C ontact Lonnie Peterson, Chair man C uhaci & Peterson Architects, LLC, at 407-661-9100 for information. PEP CONTINUEDFROMC2 DEREK KRAVITZ AP Real Estate WriterWASHINGTON The number of Americans who bought previously occupied homes rose slightly last month but remained at depressed levels. H ome sales rose 1.4 percent last month to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.97 million, the National Association of Realtors said Monday. Thats below the 6 million that economists say is consistent with a healthy housing market and slightly ahead of last years sales the worst in 13 years. The sales are measured when buyers close on the homes. M any deals are falling apart before that point. One third of R ealtors say theyve had at least one contract scuttled in October, up from 18 percent in September. Contracts have been cancelled for a number of reasons: Banks have declined mortgage applications; home inspectors have found problems; appraisals showed a home was worth less than the bid; a buyer lost a job before the closing. S till, the October increase in home sales beat analysts expectations. Some economists took that as a positive sign for the troubled market. We are not looking for a housing renaissance but the straws in the wind suggest that activity in the sector might be improving slightly, said John Ryding, chief economist at RDQ Economics. M ore than two years after the r ecession officially ended, many people cant qualify for loans or meet higher down-payment requirements. Even those with excellent credit and stable jobs are holding off because they fear that home prices will keep falling. Home sales are also being hurt by a steep decline in first-time buyers, who are critical to reviving the housing market. Activity among first-time buyers rose slightly last month to make up 34 percent of sales. Thats up from 32 percent in S eptember. At the same time, homes at risk of foreclosure made up 28 percent of sales last month. October home sales rose 1.4 percent STEVEN SENNE / AP SEESALES | C6 Need a job? Need a better job? Need a change of pace? Then Check Out Classified Section 400 For Jobs Throughout The Area!

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C6DAILY COMMERCIAL/SOUTH LAKE PRESS Friday, November 25, 2011 That s do wn fr om30 percent in September. Many of the sales w ent to inv estors who ar e incr easingly buying homes priced under $100,000. Sales in that categor y hav e increased mor e than 24 percent o v er the past year while sales of more expensiv e homes hav e fallen. S ales hav e fallen in four of the five years since the housing boom went bust in 2006. Declining prices and record-low mor tgage rates hav en t been enough to boost sales. Most economists say home prices will keep falling, by at least 5 per cent, through the rest of the year. Many forecasts dont anticipate a rebound in prices until at least 2013. The median sales pr ice dr opped roughly 2 percent to $162,500 in October. The high rate of foreclosures has made re-sold homes much cheaper than new homes The median price of a new home is roughly 30 percent higher than the price of one thats been occupied befor e twice the nor mal markup Investors are taking advantage of the discounts Their purchases made up 19 percent of all sales last month, compared with less than 10 percent in healthier housing markets. Home sales rose across the most of the country. Sales incr eased 4.4 percent in the West, 2.8 percent in the Midwest and 2.1 percent in the South. They fell 5.1 percent in the Northeast. The glut of unsold homes declined slightly in August to 3.33 million homes. At last months sales pace, it would take 8 months to clear those homes. Analysts say a healthy supply can be cleared in six months. The housing market continues to struggle even as the broader economy has shown some improvement in recent months. The economy grew at an annual pace of 2.5 percent in the JulyS eptember quar ter .M any econo mists expect slightly better gr o wth in the October-December quarter. Last week, the government reported further improvement in the number of people seeking unemployment benefits for the first time. The number fell to 388,000, the fewest since A pril. I nO ctober the economy added a net total of 80,000 jobs. It was the 13th straight month of gains Still, the additional jobs w er e few er than the roughly 125,000 that are needed each month just to keep up with pop ulation gr owth. SALES CONTINUEDFROMC5 EMILY FREDRIX Associated PressNEW YORK The calm grayblue sky in an otherwise agitated Vincent Van Gogh painting. The flesh of a nude woman as painted by Amedeo Modigliani. Orthe vibrant yellows, blues and chartreuse in a Franz M arc geometric masterpiece. Y our next wall color could be famous. Or at least, it could share specks of colors seen in pieces on display at one of the worlds most famous art museums, the Solomon R. G uggenheim Museum. The museum has chosen 150 colors from its collections and galleries in a new partnership with Fine Paints of Europe, an upscale paint company based in Vermont. Through a meticulous selection and matching process that involved everything from holding up paint chips beside century-old paintings to stopping someone on the subway because of her shirt color, they have developed two distinct collections: one of colors used on gallery walls and another of colors used in paintings. Homeowners are more likely to use paint to create a mood fora room than to display multimillion-dollar works of art. B ut the same principles that museums use in designing galleries apply, said Karen M eyerhoff, managing director for business development at the Guggenheim. They use colors to evoke emotions or theatr ics and to highlight paintings on display We have specialized expertiseand its something we do everyday Meyerhoff said. The 150 colors ar e striking. The classical collection takes colors directly from the museum svast collection, focusing primar ily on the period fr om the late 19th century to 1937, including works byPaul Ce zanne V asily K andinsky and V an G ogh. The colors ar e not named or identified as being from a particular painting because they hav e been taken out of that context, M eyerhoff said. The gallery colors are taken directly from the background walls and fixtures in the G uggenheims galleries, a r ange of neutral tans, greys and whites, but also more vibrant colors including a deep navy and a smoky red. Some were created by Frank L loyd Wright, who designed the museum on New Yorks U pper East Side. Theres a beige that was the original exterior color of the museum, and a rusty red that is the original and current color of the central elevator. C urators and gallery workers spent months selecting the colors, studying paintings and noticing which colors appeared most often, or were most unique. Then, they had to find reallife samples so the paint company could develop color formulas to match. M eyerhoff and the G uggenheim staff used Pantone chips, paint decks, magazines. I stopped someone on the subway because of her yellow shirt, Meyerhoff laughed. Then the samples went to Fine Paints of Europe, which r eplicated the colors by using a spectrometer, which isolates a hue and determines a formula to create it in paint. This is not ey e matching. This is not human judgment, said John Lahey founder and o wner of the Woodstock, Vt.based company. This is technology. But for Meyerhoff, and for homeo wners who use the paints, its all about emotion and feelings. Galleries use background colors to play off paintings, either by drawing directly from colors in the works or by creating the feel of a particular time and place F or instance,M eyerhoff uses light and darkbrowns and pale gray gr eens to ev oke 1930s Europe. The G uggenheim paint collections cost $35 per half liter or $130 per 2.5-liter can, which is about two-thirds of a gallon. B y compar ison, a typi cal gallon of paint sold at most retail stores costs about $27. Lahey said the paint can get as much as 50 percent more coverage than traditional paints. Homeowners may use wall color to enliven a living space, creating a calming atmosphere or one of warmth. M eyerhoff has some tips on choosing colors for rooms at home: n U se gray to mute the background and put the focus on your objects, whether theyre works of art, or features such as fireplaces, crown molding or furniture. n Pick up a tone for a featur ed object in the room such as a couch and use a similar tone on the walls. H aving the same tone throughout will soften a room. n I f you have something you want to hide such as bad corners or pipes use dark colors n T o make a dr amatic statement, paint one wall a strong color, such as a vibrant red or blue F ine Paints of Europe offers color consultations to customers six days a week by phone. Guggenheim collection paint colors bring art home THE SOLOMON R.GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM / APThis image courtesy of The Solomon R.Guggenheim Museum,New York shows P aul Cezannes,Man with Crossed Arms,ca.1899. This image shows Vincent van Goghs Mountains at Saint-Rmy,July 1889. ROSEMAR Y SADEZ FRIEDMANN Scripps Howard News Service G ift giving oh my, what a daunting chor e it can be With Christmas just a few weeks away, that sometimes-intimidating task can give us anxiety. Will we choose the right gift for the right person? Will the one receiving the gift like it? W ill the gift fit? So many questions Lets see if we can think of some interesting gifts to give that will be pleasing to the recipient. H andmade or items that look handmade are usually a hit, such as needlepoint items. They impart a sense of nostalgia and feel oldfashioned, which can be a nice feeling, particularly around Christmastime. A needlepoint pillo w cover is an example. Did you know that there are iPad and Kindle needlepoint cases for sale? Check around the Internet. Do you like to bake? Ah, youve given baked items for Christmas before, but have you put them into special containers that can be displayed and used year-round? A nice bowl that will work in the kitchen or can be displayed in the dining room would be nice P ersonalized items are another idea that makes it feel like you really thought of the person you are gifting. Anything monogrammed will work. Personalized stationery is usually a very welcome gift as well. Of course, we cant forget the pets. Pet owners love gifts for their pets, so why not a pet sweater for your friends best friend? If you dont know what to give someone and he or she has a dog, perhaps a gift for the dog would be better appreciated than something for the pet o wner R obes pajamas and slippers are items most people don t usually buy for themselves, so those could be a choice for the right person. Flannel pajamas? Ooh, nice. On the same comfy thought, how about a nice chenille throw for cold winter nights? The throws can be used as decoration on a sofa, loveseat or chair when not in use. A cocktail table can usually use a nice, big interesting book or two. They make the table look dressed and can be conversation pieces. P er haps a book would be a gift idea. A t any r ate give from the hear t. Heres ideas for gift giving SUSAN BANKS Pittsburgh Post-Gazette DECODING GARDENING ADVICE: THE SCIENCE BEHIND THE 100 MOST COMMON RECOMMENDATIONS By Jeff Gillman. Timber Press ($18.95) I have often said I wanted to found a group called the Commonsense Gardeners because, truth be told, common sense is lacking in a great many areas of life, gardening included. If such a group existed, scientist and author Jeff Gillman would be the president. His new book, Decoding Gardening Advice: The Science Behind the 100 Most C ommon Recommendations, written with Meleah Maynard, will hit bookshelv es this month. It takes common questions about soil, water, pests diseases, mulch, annuals perennials, trees, veggies and lawn care and dissects them in scientific fashion. For instance, Gillman debunks the use of my corr hizae fungi, saying: There is no question that natur ally occurring my corrhizae ar e beneficial. The only questions are whether you need to add them to the soil, and whether they are alive when you buy them. H is conclusion: When they were tested at the University of Minnesota with otherwise healthy plants gr o wing in r easonably healthy soils, there was no benefit to their use On the question of using organic instead of synthetic fertilizers, he has plenty to say. He points out that not all organic fertilizers are harvested or mined in ways that are ecologically fr iendly. His conclusion: Wisely chosen organic fertilizers are a good idea for the garden, but if you are on a budget, synthetics can do the job just as w ell. A look at Decoding Gardening Advice

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LLOOCCAATTIIOONN:: 545 Shadow Run, Leesburg FFEEAATTUURREESS:: 2BR/2BA LLIISSTTIINNGG PPRRIICCEE:: $104,900 SSEELLLLIINNGG PPRRIICCEE:: $95,000 LLIISSTTIINNGG AAGGEENNTT && OOFFFFIICCEE:: Theresa Morris, Morris Realty & Investments. SSEELLLLIINNGG AAGGEENNTT && OOFFFFIICCEE::Patricia Tiver, Weichert Realtors Hallmarkl Properties. LLOOCCAATTIIOONN:: 5550 Huron Street, Mount Dora FFEEAATTUURREESS::Unique 4-unit property in the heart of T angerine LLIISSTTIINNGGPPRRIICCEE:: $114,900 SSEELLLLIINNGG PPRRIICCEE:: $75,000 LLIISSTTIINNGG AAGGEENNTT&& OOFFFFIICCEE:: Betty Hensinger, ERA Tom Grizzard Inc. SSEELLLLIINNGGAAGGEENNTT && OOFFFFIICCEE:: Brian Warner, Coldwell Banker Residential LLOOCCAATTIIOONN:: 1054 Bluegrass Drive, Groveland FFEEAATTUURREESS::3BR/2BA Huge backyard with pirate ship playground. 1,198 sq. ft. LLIISSTTIINNGG PPRRIICCEE:: $70,000 SSEELLLLIINNGG PPRRIICCEE:: $68,500 LLIISSTTIINNGG AAGGEENNTT && OOFFFFIICCEE:: Tania Matthews, Keller Williams Homestead Realty. SSEELLLLIINNGG AAGGEENNTT && OOFFFFIICCEE:: Joann Bonilla, Mighty Realty Inc. LLOOCCAATTIIOONN:: 9930 Spring Lake Drive, Palisades, Clermont FFEEAATTUURREESS:: 4BR/2.5BA, 2,151 sq. ft. LLIISSTTIINNGG PPRRIICCEE::$230,000 SSEELLLLIINNGG PPRRIICCEE:: $206,000 LLIISSTTIINNGG AAGGEENNTT &&OOFFFFIICCEE:: Michael Hammert, Watson Realty Corp. SSEELLLLIINNGGAAGGEENNTT && OOFFFFIICCEE:: Arsene Georges, Weichert Realators Hallmark Properties. LLOOCCAATTIIOONN:: 2287 Knollwood Drive, Leesburg FFEEAATTUURREESS::4BR/3BA LLIISSTTIINNGG PPRRIICCEE:: $179,900 SSEELLLLIINNGG PPRRIICCEE::$170,000 LLIISSTTIINNGG AAGGEENNTT && OOFFFFIICCEE:: Theresa Morris, Morris Realty & Investments. SSEELLLLIINNGG AAGGEENNTT && OOFFFFIICCEE::Lena W illiams &Lauren Fickett, Morris Realty & Investments. LLOOCCAATTIIOONN:: 2610 Botello Avenue, The Villages FFEEAATTUURREESS::2BR/1BA LLIISSTTIINNGG PPRRIICCEE:: $97,850 SSEELLLLIINNGG PPRRIICCEE:: $94,000 LLIISSTTIINNGG AAGGEENNTT && OOFFFFIICCEE:: Camie Kennedy & Lena W illiams, Morris Realty & Investments. SSEELLLLIINNGG AAGGEENNTT &&OOFFFFIICCEE:: Lena Williams, Morris Realty & Investments. LLOOCCAATTIIOONN:: Cypress Springs Loop, Okahumpa FFEEAATTUURREESS::Vacant land. LLIISSTTIINNGG PPRRIICCEE:: $11,800 SSEELLLLIINNGG PPRRIICCEE::$10,000 LLIISSTTIINNGG AAGGEENNTT && OOFFFFIICCEE:: Theresa Morris, Morris Realty & Investments. SSEELLLLIINNGG AAGGEENNTT && OOFFFFIICCEE:: Theresa Morris, Morris Realty & Investments. LLOOCCAATTIIOONN:: 11250 Lake Drive, Leesburg FFEEAATTUURREESS::3BR/2BA, 1,650 sq. ft., Lakefront with Pool. LLIISSTTIINNGG PPRRIICCEE::$144,900 SSEELLLLIINNGG PPRRIICCEE:: $144,900 LLIISSTTIINNGG AAGGEENNTT &&OOFFFFIICCEE:: Cindy Wheeler, ERA Tom Grizzard Inc. SSEELLLLIINNGGAAGGEENNTT && OOFFFFIICCEE::Mary Dunn, Dunn Realty. LLOOCCAATTIIOONN:: 4615 Inverness Drive, Leesburg FFEEAATTUURREESS::3BR/2BA, 1,671 sq. ft., with enclosed lanai. LLIISSTTIINNGG PPRRIICCEE::$119,900 SSEELLLLIINNGG PPRRIICCEE:: $110,000 LLIISSTTIINNGG AAGGEENNTT &&OOFFFFIICCEE:: T om Schnell, W eichert Realators. SSEELLLLIINNGG AAGGEENNTT&& OOFFFFIICCEE::Kathy OBrien, ERA Tom Grizzard Inc. LLOOCCAATTIIOONN:: 732 Timbercrest Drive FFEEAATTUURREESS:: 2BR/2BA, 1,422 sq. ft., Enclosed Lanai. LLIISSTTIINNGG PPRRIICCEE:: $147,500 SSEELLLLIINNGG PPRRIICCEE:: $110,000 LLIISSTTIINNGG AAGGEENNTT && OOFFFFIICCEE:: Bill Gander ERA T om Grizzard Inc. SSEELLLLIINNGG AAGGEENNTT && OOFFFFIICCEE:: Bill Gander, ERA Tom Grizzard Inc. LLOOCCAATTIIOONN:: 1252 N. Alexander Street, Mount Dora FFEEAATTUURREESS:: Charming 3BR/2BA with lovely wood accents. W alk to downtown Mt Dora. LLIISSTTIINNGG PPRRIICCEE:: $110,000 SSEELLLLIINNGG PPRRIICCEE:: $80,000 LLIISSTTIINNGG AAGGEENNTT && OOFFFFIICCEE::Cheryl Hilty, ERA Tom Grizzard Inc. SSEELLLLIINNGG AAGGEENNTT &&OOFFFFIICCEE:: Sharon LaPointe, Keller Williams Advantage III LLOOCCAATTIIOONN:: 2578 Bainbridge Lane FFEEAATTUURREESS:: 2BR/2BA LLIISSTTIINNGG PPRRIICCEE:: $189,900 SSEELLLLIINNGG PPRRIICCEE:: $185,000 LLIISSTTIINNGG AAGGEENNTT && OOFFFFIICCEE:: Karen Sartele, Remax Realty Center. SSEELLLLIINNGG AAGGEENNTT && OOFFFFIICCEE:: Marlene Mead, Foxfire Realty Friday, November 25, 2011 DAILY COMMERCIAL/SOUTHLAKEPRESS C7

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ROXANNE BROWN and S COTT CALLAHAN | S taff Writers roxannebrown@dailycommercial.com scottcallahan@dailycommercial.com A little more than six months ago, a 1 0-year-old Minneola boy died at his south Lake County bus stop after an i llegal alien allegedly r a n over him. And it should nev e r hav e happened, one i mmigr ation exper t contends A c cording to Jessica Vaughan, director of policy studies fort he C enter for I mmigr a tion Studies in Washington, DC, the death ofA nthony M oor e at the hands of Mario Alberto S aucedo is a per f ect e xample of why changes are needed in the deport ation pr ogr am called S e cur e C ommunities The pr ogr a m managed b y U.S. I m migr ation and Customs Enforcement (ICE f or eign nationals mainly illegal aliens who ar e inv olved in crimes so they are r emo v ed and not allo w e d to continue l iving in the United States in defiance o f immigr a tion laws. The pr oblem, Vaughan recently told the H omeland Security Advisory Councils Task Force on Secure Communities is that local authorities all too commonly drop felony charges upon learning that ICE has issued a detainer on a subject they believe is removable. Thus, ICE becomes an unwilling pressure valve used by prosecutors and police to mitigate the effects of burgeoning state and local criminal court dockets, although they are often ignorant of the adverse impact this has on ICEs ability to timely and effectively remove aliens charged with crimes, she said. Vaughan, who worked as a foreign S OUTHLAKE P RESS Serving Clermont, Minneola, Groveland, Mascotte, Montverde FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2011 www.southlakepress.com 50 NEWSSTAND P RSRT-STD U .S.Postage P aid C lermont,FL Permit #280 Postal Customer Clermont, FL 34711 SEE PAGE B4REMEMBER WHEN | B1 COACHING CHANGE: South Lake forms committee to find new head football coach. INSIDE CLASSIFIED B9 CROSSWORDS B2 DEATHS A11 REAL EST A TE C1 REMEMBER WHEN B1 SPORTS B4 VOICES A4 WORD ON THE STREET A2 S OUTHLAKEPRESS V OLUME 96,N O .46 | 3 SECTIONS 2008, HarborPoint Media. All rights reserved. www.southlakepress.com ROXANNE BROWN | Staff Writer roxannebrown@dailycommercial.com T he Presidents Hall of Fame, one o f Clermonts oldest attractions, w ill forever have a day to recogn ize as its own. On Nov. 16, many of South Lakes city officials and those belonging tot he South Lake Chamber of Commerce gathered together for a ribbon c utting and reading of a city proclam ation declaring Nov. 16 as Presidents Hall of Fame Day. A ttendees l istened as Councilman Ray G oodgame read the proclamation, which includedr ecognizing the m useum s presence in the com-m unity since 1961 a nd its 50th year anniversary this m onth, its owners John and Jan Zweifel, and thec ommemoration of the return of the scale-modelr eplica of the White House that h ad been on tour t hroughout the United States since 1976. I n July, it made its debut at the Clermont museum. After years of living here, I now k now where the Gem of the Hill is, Goodgame said in reference to Cler m onts own motto. This (the P residents Hall of Fame Museum) is it. It is truly a Gem of the Hill. John Zweifel called the event an honor, but clarified that while he and J an ar e the technical owners of the museum, like the real White House in Washington, he thinks of the museum and the r eplica as The P eople s House. We are just the guardians. Everybody owns the White House, John Z w eifel said. And w e love sharing it with all of y ou because there is no other place like this anywhere in the world. onald) Reagan once called it a national treasure. J an Z w eifel said she s looking forwar d to the next 50 years and more. CLERMONT Christmas at the White House PHOTOS BY KERI RASMUSSEN / DAILY COMMERCIAL ABOVE: The minia ture W hite House a t the Presidents Hall of F ame displaying holiday decor B ELOW: J an Zweifel makes Christmas decorations for the miniature White House,which is now on display at the Presidents Hall of Fame in Clermont. SEE PRESIDENTS | A2 SEE MISSTEP | A2 P RESIDENTS HALL OF FAME LOCATION: 123 N.U.S. H ighway 27,Clermont HOURS: 10 a.m.to 4 p.m., Monday through Saturday; noon to 4 p.m.,Sunday. ADMISSION: $14.95 for adults,$13.95 for seniors,$8.95 forc hildren ages 6 to 11, and children under 5 are free if accompa-n ied by parent.Groups rates available. INFORMA TION: Call 352-394-2836 or email phofjz@aol.com. M INNEOLA Did policy misstep lead to tragedy? MARIO S AUCEDO Marine Corps veterans Thaddius Williams,left, and Andrew Lewis prepare to present colors. VICTORIA ALDRICH / DAILY COMMERCIAL MILLARD K.IVES | Staff Writer millardkives@dailycommercial.com L ife has just become more regimented for about 84 inmates at Sumter Correctional I nstitution in B ushnell. And they all v olunteer ed. In the latest re-entry program overseen by the Florida Department of Corrections, veterans at the Bushnell prison have started living the militar y life S imply called the Veterans Dormitories, the program was instituted four months ago at fiv e F lor ida prisons, including those at Lowell in Marion County and Martin, Gulf and Santa Rosa counties. P ar ticipating inmates ar e required to conduct a daily flag r aising, abide b y militar y standar ds BUSHNELL Military order for vets behind bars SEE PRISON | A5

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! !Missing your South Lake Press? Call us. To request home delivery or to report a missed paper,call 787-0600 or toll-free at 877-702-0600. More information about circulation on Page A4 A 2 SOUTH LAKE PRESSFriday, November 25, 2011 W hat South Lake residents are saying about the... THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY W hat are you most thankful for this holiday season? Word Street on the My family,because t heyre my life. JULIE DECKER M ENOMINEE,MICH. God,because he gave m e the best family in the world. K OLTON STEELE C LERMONT My family,because t heyre God's gift of love. G EORGIE SCHOBORG I NDIANAPOLIS,KY My family,because f amily is truly everything. N ANCY RITCHASON G ROVELAND Being alive and h ealthy ...and retired. ROGER RITCHASON G ROVELAND South Lake Briefs C LERMONT Kiwanis hosts Santas Hut toy Drive on Dec. 2 K iwanis Club of South Lake will host its Santas Hut Toy Drive and free pictures with Santa on Dec. 2. S anta and Mrs. Claus, along with t heir hard-working elves, will be accepting donations of toys and food during the Light Up Clermont festivi-t ies from 6:30 to 9 p.m. T he toys and food will be distributed to underprivileged children in t he South Lake area. D onations also will also be accepted until 2 p.m., Dec. 3. F or information call Lucy Hage at 3 52-446-3853. G ROVELAND 3 schools get $550 minigrants for gardens Three Groveland schools are receivi ng $500 school garden minigrants f rom Florida Agriculture in the Classroom. T he grants will fund schoolyard and c lassr oom garden projects. According to the grant guidelines, s chool garden projects must grow o nly Florida fruits and vegetables, and must educate students about the i mportance of Florida agriculture. S chools awarded the minigrants are: K Gray Middle (agriscience teacher C asey Ferguson) K Groveland Elementary (thirdg rade teachers Noris Aguayo and Tiffany Forsyth) K S outh Lake High (agriscience teachers Sara Eck and Cori Griffin) The Gardening for Grades is free t o Florida teachers. Log on to www flagintheclassr o om.com for i nformation. CLERMONT St. Nicholas Festival is Dec. 3 at St. Matthias Ther e will be a fr e e S t. Nicholas Day c elebr ation fr om 10 a.m. to 2 p m., Dec. 3, on the side lawn at St. Matthias E piscopal Chur c h, 574 W Montrose S t ., do wnto w n Cler m ont. H ot cocoa and cookies will be ser v ed throughout the day, and children will be able to participate in g ames, puzzles and make a St. Nicholas or n ament. S t. N i cholas will visit bearing candy a nd fruit and photos. For details call 352-394-3855. GROVELAND Faith Neighborhood Center needs community s help The FAITH Neighborhood Center, a nonprofit agency in South Lake County provides clothing and household items, as well as food to needy families in South Lake County. All ser vices are provided at no cost to clients. At the present time, donations are down and the center, located at 7432 S.R. 50 in G r oveland, is in need of clothing. Call 352-429-1200 for information. CLERMONT American history essay contest is under way The Tomoka Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution in Clermont is sponsoring an essay contest for Grades 5-12 in public, parochial, private and home schools. I n grades 5-8, the topic is The War of 1812. For grades 9-12, the topic is Christopher Columbus. Essays ar e due on or befor e D ec 2. For information call Joanne Rhodes at 352-242-1744, or send an email to grhodes13@cfl.rr.com. CLERMONT Alzheimer s support group meets on Dec. 8 A suppor t gr oup for car egiv ers of Alzheimers meets at 2 p.m. the second and fourth Thursdays of each month at Clermont Health and Rehabilitation Center, 151 E. M innehaha A v e., Clermont. The next meeting is Dec. 8. For information call Linda Begley of Cler mont H ealth and Rehab at 352-394-2188, ext. 302. In lieu of flowers, consider a gift to support Hospice care. 888-728-6234 Cornerstonehospice.org We hope we can all work together for many years to come. Were looking for-w ard to big things, she said. M any of those in attendance, though having lived in the area for years, admitt ed that Nov. 16 was their first visit into the Presidents Hall of Fame. A fter looking around at the loads of memorabilia and history located inside the museum, many of those people also s aid they regretted never having visited before and not realizing the value of w hat for 50 years, has stood right before t hem. Of all the attractions inside however, t he 10-ton, 60-foot by 20-foot White H ouse replica was the biggest hit. This is one of the premier attractions i n South Lake County and its really the coup de grace to have the miniature backi n Clermont because its a one-of-a-kind t hing, Ray San Fratello, executive director of the chamber, said. The intricate exquisite details have to be seen to be believ e d, from the tiny f unctional TVs and light fixtures that really light up, to the miniutensils on thet able. Cecilia Smith, who works at Lake C ountys Office of Economic Development and T o urism, said shed like to see m ore tourist-focused promotions surrounding the museum. Now that we have a more aggressive economic development team, we are dis-c overing treasures here in Lake County and this is one of them, S m ith said. Clermont City Manager Wayne Saunders agreed, adding that he wishes more people knew about the museum because its such a fantastic place to visit. And if people do visit from now until about mid-January, they will be treated to witnessing the White House completely decked out for the holidays I n pr epar ation, the Zweifels have been wor king on the r eplica s transformation for the last six w eeks adding about 100 miniatur e Chr istmas tr ees do z ens of wr eaths tiny r ed bo ws and holiday themed decor ations sno w and mor e than 1000 lights to the replica. As always ev e r ything in the r eplica is exactly the way it looks in the White H ouse today. And when something changes in the White House, it changes in the Clermont W hite House, as well. V olunteer Frank Hense said that since t here are not very many people who actually get to see the White House, theZ w eifels r eplica is a good way to get a feel for the building.. We want to create the experience and make people feel they were really in the White H ouse John Zweifel said. Zweifel can also answer any questions about the White House replica or the real one, and recite facts and answer trivia about most of the presidents, the first ladies, the conventions and more. In fact, since the 1970s, when the Zweifels started on the project, they have met many of the presidents and families personally attended almost ev ery Republican and Democratic convention, hav e stay e d at the White H ouse and gathered memorabilia galore. The museum, J ohn said, holds about 10 per c ent of his entir e collection. That is why one day, he hopes to expand it a nd share even more. G ary Tolley, a local businessman and c hamber ambassador, had a simpler, yet impossible, wish. T he r eplica is so detailed and full of so much detail that is makes me wish I could turn tiny and really get a good look at everything in it, and walk through all the r ooms Tolley said. But seriously, its amazing. In addition to the White House replica, the museum houses hundreds of other displays, including a state dining room replica and dioramas of 12 detailed presidential oval offices down to working television sets. There are wax statues of all 43 presidents and two first ladies and thousands of pieces of memorabilia. PRESIDENTS CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 PHOTOS BY KERI RASMUSSEN / DAILY COMMERCIAL M aking miniature Christmas decorations is painstaking work for Jan Zweifel. ser vice officer with the U.S. S tate D epar tment befor e joining the Center for Immigration Studies, specifically mentioned theS aucedo case when addr essing the task force. M oor e was str uck shor tly befor e 8 a.m. on M ay 10 at the cor ner of Lake Minneola Shores Road and O klahoma S tr eet, the F lor ida H ighway P atrol said. Saucedo did not flee the scene and ther e was no question that he hit and killed M oor e. Saucedo had at least two prior char ges for DUI and a pr obation violation, but pr osecutors had declined to pursue convictions, or char ge S aucedo with the cr iminal offense of unlicensed dr iving in the prior offenses, enabling him to escape the ICE attention that could have saved the little boys life if he had been removed promptly when first brought to the attention of police and prosecuting authorities, Vaughan said. The day after his arrest by the FHP last M ay ICE put a detainer on Saucedo because he had been identified as a Mexican national. Although he could have faced felony charges of driving without a license and causing death or serious injury, and driving with an expir ed license for mor e than six months cour t r ecor ds sho w that S aucedo was giv en a misde meanor charge of driving without a license. Walter Forgie, an assistant state attorney in charge of the LakeC ounty pr osecutor s office, said the decision to char ge S aucedo with a misdemeanor had nothing to do with S aucedo s immigration status or ICE in any way shape or for m. MISSTEP CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 SUBMIT YOUR OWN PHOTOS AND INFORMATION: Do you have photographs from a charity,church or civic event that you want featured in the pages of the South Lake Press? Just send them to pamfennimore@dailycommercial.com. Be sure to identify everyone in the photo (full names Dont f orget to include contact inf orma tion.

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Friday, November 25, 2011SOUTH LAKE PRESS A 3 ROXANNE BROWN | Staff Writer roxannebrown@dailycommercial.com The Moonlight Theatres newest show Pinocchio, written by William G lennon and performed with permission from Dramatists Publishing openedN ov. 18 with nearly a full house. D irector James Scotty Schultz said he was pleased with his cast and the way the p erformers won the entire crowd. Its not the Disney version, so there is n o long nose and no Jiminy Cricket, but its still basically the same story, Schultz s aid. Its about Pinocchio learning to walk, to share and about learning whats n aughty and nice. Most importantly, Pinocchio learns that going to school is m ore important than having fun. S chultz said on opening night some of t he children in the audience got so into the performance that when Pinocchio ( on the stage) was walking toward troub le, they began talking to him and trying t o warn him of impending danger by exclaiming, No, dont go that way, go the o ther way. Its a super show to bring your kids to or for grandparents to bring their grandchildren to, Schultz said. T he sho w includes the classic charact ers Geppetto, Fire Eater, Fox, Cat and the Blue Fairy, who in this version of the story is Pinocchios conscience. S chultz said those characters make for a n onstop comedic adventure that is sure to leave the audience breathless with laughter. O n the other hand, some unexpectedly t ouching moments will leave audience members reaching for a tissue. The performers are all super and just c aught on to the play amazingly fast. They a re a highly talented group, Schultz said. T hey wor k together pr ofessionally and superbly, and play together like family. O n stage, the character of Pinocchio is b eing played by Nicolas Neto. Geppetto is being play e d b y K enny F o r t hun and the Blue Fairy is Nicole Durbin. As for Schultz, 69, this is his third directi ng stint with the Moonlight Theatre, after h aving started his acting career with the c ompany at the age of 55. At that time, Schultz said he had an i nkling to try out for a bit part in Man of La Mancha after attending a Guys and Dolls production in the 1990s. H e auditioned and ended up with a small part of the commandant. A fter a twist of fate and an actor leaving, S chultz ended up with three significant r oles, playing the Knight of the Mirrors, D r. Carrasco and the Duke in Prison. Schultz has been hooked ever since. Thats how my theatrical career began a t the age of 55, Schultz said. Hes appeared in about 30 productions with the Moonlight Players, two with the B a ystreet Players, and two with the Celebration Players. Schultzs first directing came as codirector for a production of Misery, after w hich he went solo and directed A ngry Jurors two years ago, followed by Holy Cannoli earlier this year and now Pinocchio. Pinocchio runs through Dec. 11 with sho w s at the theater on 732-B W. Montrose St. in Clermont, beginning 8 p.m on Fridays and Saturdays, and 2 p.m. o n Sundays. Tickets for adults are $15 and tickets for c hildren (ages 3-17 for this show only) are $ 6 each with at least one paying adult. N o r mally, childrens tickets are $12. Just call it our holiday special, Schultz said of the pr ice break. F or information or to reserve tickets, c all 352-319-1116, or visit www.moonlightplay ers com. CLERMONT Pinocchio dazzles audiences at Moonlight Theatre KERI RASMUSSEN / D AIL Y COMMERCIAL The cast of Pinocchiointroduce their characters and the play during rehearsal at the Moonlight Theatre in Clermont. Nicholas B ethencourt w ho plays Pinocchio, a nd Nicole D urbin who is the Blue F airy during rehearsal o f the p roduction Pinocchio a t the M oonlight Theater. KERI R ASMUSSEN / DAILY C OMMERCIAL S HOW INFORMATION When :8 p.m on Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. on Sundays to Dec.11. Where :732-B W.Montrose in Clermont C ost : Tickets for adults are $15 and tickets for children (ages 3-17) are $6 each with at least one paying adult Call: 352-319-1116 or visit www.moonlightplayers.com

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We must seize the tide, or fall victim to evil empire S ince my last letter to the newspaper those guys who wear $2,500 pinstripe suits have really been showing their bitter ness to w ar d the av er a ge wor k ing p eople. T oday, you cant tell the difference b etw een the Wall Street parasites and R epublican politicians; they are twins! Their (ex c eedingly obvious) goal is t o impoverish almost all Americans; d eny countless citizens the right to v ote; deny them health care and d ecent wages; destr o y their unions; a nd ev en deny the major i ty of A merican children a decent education a nd health car e Those objectiv e s are immoral and e x c eedingly un-Christian to say the l east! Hey, thats not to mention that the Cheney-Bush and associates Repub-l ican administration (through their l ies and err oneous propaganda) initiated not just one but two unnecessary wars that cost the ultimate sacrifice and permanent disabilities of so many young Americans; and a financial cost which still remains unknown and hidden in truth, a likely $3 trillion. C onsider ing the unmentioned fringe costs. They simply ran a tab on all that for future working people and their descendants to pay, while in the same timeframe borrowed money from China to give the rich and corporations big-time tax breaks and subsidies they don t need. Even today the party of NO wont let the D emocr ats put a fair tax on the rich, who own so many politicians. We must understand that the words (lies epublican party of NO emanate from their ignor ance and gr eed; not because they lack formal education, but rather from their high egos and low morality and greed which are the forces that direct them. Ther efor e don t hate them, but r ather pity them and pr ay for them because they have allowed themselves to become pawns of evil forces. Meanwhile, Americans engaged in protests in cities across our nation hav e awakened and see these tr uths and they realize that if we do not turn this tide w e could become what w e once labeled the Soviet Union an evil empire! CARL A.FERGUSON | Leesburg Vets, keep up with news, or suffer consequences In the best interest of the many U.S. military veterans and the many honorable military retirees, I find a significant v oid of information emanating fr om the mouths of my for mer com rades-at-arms. Is that due to their incompetence to keep abreast of the plight of military veteran rights and medical care? Or is it due to the disr espect of the national media which tends to br ush-off mili tary veterans concerns into the usual big dust bin of y esterdays news? It must stop! S o I ask ev er y militar y v eter an to ensur e that y ou kno w what is going on, and what is being denied fr om you ev er y day C onsult y our v eter ans maga zines and its newspapers Also consult the militar y computer news briefs as much as possible R ead ev er y issue of y our ser vice newspaper or magazine ... no matter if y ou ar e ex Ar my N avy M ar ine, Coast G uar d or Air F or ce. Youll be surprised what you can glean from these intelligent monthly newspapers All y ou hav e to do is open up y our ser vice newspaper ... and read! Also ensur e y our hometo wn T V radio and newspapers keep you informed about Americas veterans needs. And contact your local, state and national politicians in y our area. Ask that they strive to make life a bit easier for us veterans, who may still struggle to find the right information for success Obviously, President Obama and C ongr ess only seem inter ested in reducing your benefits but not theirs! RONALD V.REGAN SR. | Leesburg The new F lor ida gun law br ings out necessity of provision for reckless endanger ment of citiz ens The recent article (Public Policy P olling) in reference to problems with the new gun law, brought some concerns to mind. The failur e in the law to pr ovide for a reckless endangerment to others provision, should have been addr essed, and I am sur e that it soon will be. The article mentioned that our local legislator S en. Alan Hays, will address local concerns when he r etur ns to the state Legislature. Personally, it is sad to read that a pr oper ty o wner that exer cises his right to firearms seemingly cares mor e about his o wn rights rather than the safety of others. I n the ar ticle it also mentions that a local police officer stated he could lose his job and r eceive a $5,000 fine. I contacted the governors office, which transferred me to a department that looks up new and older state laws that are in existence The y oung man I spoke with stated that the law was not for police officers but for local officials who make laws. It seems the new bill that addresses local, county and municipal laws is intended to erase laws that contr adict state laws. While I agree that laws should have conformity, I totally understand why municipal laws w ere enacted. I t is the r esponsibility of state leg islators, however, to now enact safety measur es When gun o wners are so irresponsible that they have to be tr eated like misbehaving childr en, reckless endangerment of others should be a law. As a suppor ter of the S econd Amendment, it is my opinion that it is wor ded to mean exactly what it says: The right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed upon. However, that right carries a huge responsibility in the use of those arms. RON ELDRIDGE | Lady Lake S OUTHLAKEPRESS Your community newspaper for more than 94 years. 7 32 W. Montrose St., P.O. Box 120868 C lermont, FL 34712-0868 3 52-394-2183 K F ax: 352-394-8001 T he S outh Lake Press i s published weekly by HarborPoint Media at 732 W. Montrose St., C lermont, Florida 34711. Standard mail postage (Permit # 280) is paid at the United States Post Office, Clermont, FL 34711. The South Lake Press publishes every Friday, and serves 40,000 households in the South Lake County and Four Corners market area. This edition is directly mailed to 5,148 households in Clermont with h ome delivery to 34,852 households in Mascotte, Minneola, Groveland and the Four Corners area. T he S outh Lake Press i s mailed to subscribers and is also distributed at newsstand locations throughout the region. All material contained in this edition is property of HarborPoint Media, and is protected under the copyright laws of the United States of America. Reproduction is forbidden without written consent f rom the publisher. (Copyright 2005,HarborPoint Media. All rights reserved.) A 4 SOUTH LAKE PRESSFriday, November 25, 2011 O PINION Y OUR EDITORIAL BOARD RON WALLACE . . . . . . . . . . . . . PUBLISHER VANESSA HOVATER . . . . . . . ADVERTISING DIRECTOR GARY E.MAITLAND . . . . . . . . . MANAGING EDITOR GENE PACKWOOD . . . . . . . EDITORIAL CARTOONIST OUR VOICE Honor Flight: An effort we support A TRIP DESERVED: Honor Flight wants to provide seniors who fought in World War II the opportunity to see the na tional war memorial. Those seniors deser ve the chance to reconnect with tha t part of themselves so sa va gel y torn from their youth. T h e horr ors of W o rld W ar II are fading. The m ost intimate and vivid memor i es of what happened on the battlefields liv e in the m emor ies of those who ser v e d. B u t it s been 66 y e ars And those who ser v e d ar e a diminishing breed. They range in ages f r om 84 to the late 90s W o rld W ar II tr a nsfor m ed our nation, and only history and the memories keeps the l essons of the human str uggle aliv e A newly for m ed gr o up H onor F l ight for Lake Sumter and Marion counties, wants to provide s eniors the oppor t unity to visit W ashington, D .C., to see the national memor i al. O rganizers believe the veterans deserve a free flight. T he first tr ip is planned for A p ril 2012. The group wants to raise enough money to send about 100 v eterans living in the counties of M ar ion, Lake or Sumter to see the memorial. The memorial honors the 16 million people who served in the U.S. armed forces during the war and the 400,000 who died. m so passionate about this, said Debbie Winters, an Honor Flight volunteer, who has been contacting organizations and businesses with hopes they will help pay $500 to sponsor a veteran. Unless youve served or witnessed military combat, its difficult to fathom the sacrifice of veterans. We urge our readers to find a way to give. Find a way to help. Those seniors who served deserve to see and reconnect with that part of themselves so savagely torn from their youth. This was a fight for good. This was a battle for whats noble and right. This was a war for the history books. Some 75 veterans have signed up, yet Winters expects more. More than 1,000 World War II veterans die each day. The time is imperative. To help, call Allison Metcalfe, local coordinator, at 352-446-2900, or volunteer Debbie Winters at 503-577-6595. www.southlakepress.com YOUR OPINIONS LETTERS TO THE EDITOR State gun laws need provisions for reckless endangerment WHATS YOUR OPINION? The SOUTH LAKE PRESS invites you to write letters to the editor expressing your original thoughts,on topics of public interest. Letters should be no longer than 350 words. They must be original,signed with the full name of the writer and include the writers address and telephone number for verification. We reserve the right to edit for length to make room for more letters. Letters also will be edited for grammar,clarity,taste and libel. We accept no more than two letters per month from the same writer. No open letters,form letters or copies of letters to third parties will be published. We do not publish unsigned letters. Submissions are not returned. We retain the right to archive and republish any material submitted for publication. You can submit your letters by: E-mail (preferred) to: southlak epr ess@dailycommercial.com By r egular mail to: Letters to the Editor 732 W. Montrose St. Clermont,FL 34711 By fax to: 352-394-8001 EDITORIALS Editorials are the consensus opinion of the editorial board,not any individual. They are written by the editorial staff,but are not signed. Some editorials ar e provided by a third-party service. GUEST COLUMNS If you would like to submit a guest column on a local,state or national issue,e-mail your submission to southlakepress@dailycommer cial.com, or mail it to Letters to Editor ,732 W. Montrose St., Cler mont, FL 34711. Guest columns should be limited to 550 w or ds in length. The writer also must submit a recent photograph to be published with the column, as well as a brief biog r aphical sk etc h. LETTER of the WEEK

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Friday, November 25, 2011SOUTH LAKE PRESS A 5 refrain from profanity and participate in other military-like duties. A t the Sumter Correctional Institution, theres even a color guard where inmates must have polished boots and tidy personala ttire. Their dormitories are set up almost as replicas of military boot camp housing with their bunk beds neatly made up and footlocke rs beside them. A n American flag is painted on a wall, and flags are posted outside t he dorm. Inside, military creeds f rom various branches of the service are posted throughout the dorms. A lot of dignity and pride is c oming back to these guys, said Paulette Julien, assistant warden of p rograms at the Sumter prison. O n a recent sunny day, members o f the prisons color guard could be s een practicing their marching. They were led by Andre Lewis, a U nited States Marine Corps veteran w ho is completing a prison bid on a sex-crime conviction. Your left. Your left. Your left, r ight, left. One prisoner outside the group e ven clapped after seeing the performance. Weve all lost a lot of discipline, L ewis said. This is a good way to get it b ack. F lorida Department of Corrections o fficials said the p rogram is helping inmates who took a w rong turn after their military service get back on track. H arlan Mackall, 48, a three-year Army veteran, is finishinga prison bid on an armed robbery conv iction. He said after g etting out of the military, his life t urned to drugs. Im hoping the program will get meb ack on the right road, he said. T he program also includes 61-year-old Thaddeus Williams, af ive-year USMC vet who served time in Vietnam. Hes in prison on a drug trafficking conviction. This r eally brings back memories, said Williams, standing at a ttention beside his bunk. Robert Perkins, 78, the oldest member in the pr ogram, said the same thing. The Army vet spent time fighting in Korea. While Lewis is consider ed the gunnery sergeant of the program, its more in name only. You cant give an inmate the a uthority over another one, said Jeffrey P. Trovillion, the prisons warden. T he Sumter prison has about 1,850 inmates. N u mbers werent available on how many ar e military veterans. But the Florida DOC estimates that 6.7 percent of its 101,000 inmates arev eterans. Only inmate veterans with three years or fewer remaining on their prison sentences can volunteer to participate in the program. T he pr ogram also provides i nmates the oppor tunity to par tici p ate in specializ ed pr er e lease ser v i ces, such as cognitive thinking t raining, Post Traumatic Stress D i sorder counseling and improved access to V eterans Affairs Benefits. Its a good way to make sure that once they are released, they can stay out, said prison Sgt. Gerald Vanderham, who runs the program at the prison. PRISON CONTINUED FROM PAGE A1 PHOTOS BY VICTORIA ALDRICH / DAILY COMMERCIAL A BOVE: I nmates John Keena,left,and Harlan Mackall. B ELOW: I nmates relax before lunch in the veterans dorm at the Sumter Correctional Institution. Staff Report Lake Countys substance abuse prevention coalition, Safe Climate, is warning parents, teachers and law enforcement of an alarming new fad kids are using to get buzzed v odka soaked gummy bears. This fad has quickly gone viral via YouTube and other I nter net v ehicles with videos showing the candy quickly soaking up the alcohol and masking the taste, coalition Executive Director Debi MacIntyre said. The cities of Jacksonville and Miami are already reporting problems there. A ccording to MacIntyre, this new tr end allo ws teens to consume alcohol with out carrying bottles, cans or a flask. Most adults are completely unawar e and the teens ev en laugh about consuming right in the presence of their parents, she said. As more and more people begin experimenting with the fad, they have been quick to shar e tips via the Internet, such as using raspberry flavored vodka to further hide the taste and smell of the alcohol. Safe Climates main concern is that teens are unaware of the amount of alcohol they ar e ingesting, M acIntyre said. Stories are circulating of teens using 100-pr oof alcohol leading to the potential of alcohol toxicity which is a dangerous medical condition that can ev en lead to death. Discuss this with the teens in y our life and to make sure that any gummy candy they ar e consuming is alcohol free, MacIntyre said. Started in 2003, the Safe Climate Coalition is compr ised of concer ned Lake County citizens determined to understand the substance use and abuse challenges in this area. LAKE COUNTY P ar ents: Bew ar e of vodka-soaked gummy bears

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A 6 SOUTH LAKE PRESSFriday, November 25, 2011 G OOD for Y OU Applauding the accomplishments of readers SUBMIT YOUR OWN PHOTOS AND INFORMATION: Do you have photographs from a charity,church or civic event that you want featured in Good for You? You can send them to pamfennimore@dailycommercial.com. Be sure to identify everyone in the photo (full nameswhat,when,where and why of the event.And dont forget to include your contact information. COURTESY PHOTO S taff,residents and guests of Superior Residences of Clermont,Assisted Living and Memory Care C ommunity wore pink on Oct.21 for a Pink Party in support of Breast Cancer Awareness month.Eight residents and one staff member are survivors.The group released pink balloons representing a loved o ne who survived or lost their bout with breast cancer.The event was sponsored by Nurse on Call in The Villages and raised money for the South Lake Hospital Mammography Fund. CLERMONT | PINK PARTY AT SUPERIOR RESIDENCES COURTESY PHOTO Karen Dorr and Jack Kennedy were inducted into the Kiwanis Club of South Lake and were presented with their Kiwanis pins by their sponsors at a recent meeting.Ann Dupee sponsoredD orr and Linda Sheets sponsored Kennedy.The Kiwanis Club of South Lake meets at 7:30 a.m., Thursdays,at Cheesers Palace.From left are Dupee,Dorr,Kennedy and Sheets. C LERMONT | K IWANIS INDUCTION

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A 8 SOUTH LAKE PRESSFriday, November 25, 2011 CLERMONT BLESSEDSACRAMENTCA THOLICCH URCH7 20 12th Street Clermont, FL 34711 3 52-394-3562 Saturday Vigil Masses E nglish: 4 pm and Spanish: 7 pm Sunday Masses: 8 am, 10 am, 12 noon (Contemporary Mass 5 pm (Contemporary Mass R econciliation 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 CHURCHOFCHRIST500 Grand Hwy. 352-394-7374 Sunday School 9:00 am S unday Worship 10:00 am & 6:00 pm W ednesday 7:00 pm THECROSSINGCHURCHW here Faith Comes to Life S undays 10:00 am at South Lake Charter School 1 5220 Hartwood Marsh Rd Clermont, FL 34711 Nursery & Childrens Activities Provided Kendal Anderson, lead pastor 352-241-9909 www.thecrossingchurch.org FAITHFELLOWSHIPCHURCH915 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 FIRSTUNITEDMETHODISTCHURCHEncountering Christ, Growing in Christ, Sharing Christ, wherever we are... 950 Seventh Street 352-394-2412 Pastor: Rev. Doug Kokx www.fumc-clermont.org Sunday Worship (Traditional) 8 & 11:00 am Sunday Worship (Contemporary Sunday School 9:30 am & 11:00 am Bible Studies & Childrens Activities: Sun. Night Children/Youth/Middle School 5-6:30 pm Sun. Night High School Activities 7-8:30 pm Wed. 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Loyce Rowland MONTVERDE CR OSSROADSFA MILYFE LLOWSHIPC ome to the Country... Where God, families and community are our priority. Located at 16913 #11 Lakeside Dr. Montverde, 34756 1 block north of Montverde b linking 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 WOODLANDSLUTHERAN(LCMS15333 CR 455, Montverde 407-469-2525 Pastor Rev. Dr. Brian Kneser Sunday School 9:45 am Sunday Service 8:30 am & 11 am www.woodlandschurch.com OAKLAND PRESBYTERIANCHURCH218 E. Oakland Ave. (1/2 mile N. Hwy 50 at Tubb St./ West Orange Lumber) 8:45 am Contemporary Worship 9:45 am Sunday School For All Ages 11:00 am Traditional Worship Nursery Provided All Services 407-656-4452 Dr. Robert P. 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COURTESY PHOTO The South Lake County Historical Society would like to thank all the people who c ame to The Singing Treeconcert on Oct.16 at the Jenkins Auditorium in Clermont.Guests enjoyed two hours of enchanting music with Ray Belanger a nd Llo y d Goldstein as they shared their talents playing music from China, F rance,Ireland,Israel,Scotland and Spain.The duo played one of Goldsteins own compositions. C LERMONT | THE SINGING TREE COURTESY PHOTO T he most recent Terrific Kids at Cypress Ridge Elementary are:Alfred Akomeah,Samara Krotky,Syelinda Kithome, V ictoria Ortiz,Annie Griffin,Nicole Workman,Aicha Diakite,Carter Holt,Greg Wellman,Morgan Butler,Charlotte Abney, Kristopher Ganesh,Audrey Gatewood,Hope Kress,Sebastian Testa,Corbin Helton,Gracie Cayton,Isabella Orlando,Marie A lvarez, Alexis Miller,Connor Sproule,Gabriel Ortiz,Alex Zaun,Rachel Marks,James Kelly,Matthew McGregor,Evelina Peroni,Michael Berger,Kai Sit,Collin Stebbins,Bailey Carlson and John Skage. 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CHRIS GERBASI | Staff Writer chrisgerbasi@dailycommercial.com F rustrated with water m anagers plans to temp orarily close two dams a nd shut off water flow to L ake Griffin, critics are h oping to mount a show of opposition at an upcoming legislative summ it. T he St. Johns River Water M anagement Districtrec ently announced that it will close the dam at the A popka-Beauclair Canal a nd the Burrell dam on Haines Creek starting D ec. 8 and continuing as l ate as April 30, just as it did a year ago. The district a lso will reduce water f low at the Moss Bluff dam in Marion County. T he mo ve is intended to help maintain water lev-e ls in the Harris Chain of Lakes and Lake Apopka, a s well as protect water q uality, particularly in polluted Lake A p opka, d istrict spokesman Hank Largin said. The lower the water levels, the more sediment can be stirred up. But Fruitland Park resident Ann Wettstein Griff in says the plan will bene fit Lake Apopka to the d etriment of the chain of l akes S he said she has gather e d nearly 600 sig n atures on a petition opposing the closing of the dams. She hopes m any of those objectors a ttend the Lake A popka S ummit on Dec. 14 at the C lermont campus of Lake-S u mter C o mmunity C ollege G r iffin said she also is trying to retain a lawyer who will represent t he stakeholders. S tate Sen. Alan Hays, RU matilla, who is spear h eading the summit, said he was aware of the conflict o v er the dams, but the meeting will address only Lake Apopka restoration effor ts No public comments will be heard. All agencies that have s pent money on the restoration efforts will m ake presentations on t he costs and results of their work, Hays said. Those agencies include t he Harris Chain of Lakes Restoration Council,w hose chairman, Skip Goerner, also opposes the closing of the dams. He will address the summit p anel, and he said he h opes for a large turnout. Theyre cutting off L ake Griffin to maintain poor water quality in Lake A popka, Goerner said. B o th Griffin and Goerner presented their arguments to the districtb oard at its Nov. 8 meeting. Goerner said his c ouncil recommended t hat the district maintain water levels at the highest p ossible levels during the s por tfish spawning season, which is now through the spring. G riffin, a former Lake C ounty W a ter A u thor ity boar d member who liv e s o n Lake Griffin, says lakes Harris, Eustis, Dora andB eauclair will become s tagnant with lo w o xygen, a nd fish will suffer Lake G r i ffin, Haines Creek and O cklawaha River will continue to lose water, she added. Water flows northf rom Lake Apopka through the ApopkaB eauclair C a nal and into the H a rris Chain, and e ventually through the d am on H aines Creek and into Lake G riffin, the last lake in the chain. While Griffin maintains that the water level of Lake G r iffin is execessively low, Largin said last w inters five-month pilot s tudy showed that water l evels in the Harris Chain were 6 inches higher than t hey would have been if t he dams had not been c losed last winter. He said that water levels are low now because of less rainf all than usual in recent y ears. This year, the forec ast again is for a winter with less-than-average r a infall, he said. Goerner disputes that t he closing of the dams r esulted in better water levels. He said that lastw inter did not turn out to b e as dry as expected, and t hat there actually was more rainfall than average, which raised the water levels. He said the w ater levels in all the l akes should be equalized r elative to land elevation. H e said Lake Griffin is a f oot below its minimum desir ed water lev e l, while the upper lakes are 6 inches below their mini-m um desir e d levels. I f y o u put just one inch i n Lake Griffin, it means o ver 100 acres of shoreline habitat. Thats consider able Goerner said. G r iffin believ e s that a gr o up called F r iends of Lake Apopka carries political influence with t he district. The Winter G arden-based group is dedicated to r estor a tion of the lake The moneys over there in Lake Apopka, Griffin said. They re not willing to sacrifice Lake Apopka, but one way or another all the lakes are getting hurt, a nd Lake Griffin is getting t he worst of it. G riffin also pointed to a r ecent outbreak of microc ystis, toxic algae, along her shoreline that she suspects was caused byt he previous closing of t he dams. Goerner, howe ver, said the lower the water levels, the morew ind can blow algae a cross lakes, and that c ould be the cause of the problem. Largin said the district was unaware of any problems with toxic a lgae on Lake Griffin. 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Dam closing talk stirs outrage Critics say plans will hurt local lakes A young volunteers cours the b ottom of L ake Harris d uring the Ibini Tera c leanup at Hickory P oint R ecreationa l Complex i n Tavares i n 2010. DAILY COMMERCIAL FILE Theyre cutting off Lake Griffin to maintain poor water quality in Lake Apopka. If you put just one inch in Lake Griffin, it means over 100 acres of shoreline habitat. Thats considerable Skip Goerner,chairman of the Harris Chain of Lakes Restoration Council NOTEBOOK ONGOING ANGEL FOOD MINISTRIES : is a nationwide, ongoing, non-profit organization that offers grocery relief to families in and around the Clermont area thr ough a par tnership with Real Life Christian Church, 1501Steves Road in Clermont. For information, call 407-466-4664 or visit www.angelfoodministr ies .com. CONGREGATION SINAI OF MINNEOLA : the r eligious school has openings for children ages 8-13. Call 243-5353. Shepherd of the Hills L uther an Chur ch: news paper and magazine recyling program, 13600 C aspian Lane Cler mont. Call 242-9519. SOUTH LAKE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH FOOD PANTRY : 11 a.m. to 1 p .m., M ondays and F r idays. Call 394-2753. SOUTH LAKE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH MEALS ON WHEELS : 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., Tuesday and Thursdays r eser v ations r equir ed. Call 394-7905. THE F AITH NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER : seeking donations of clothing, food, bed linens, blankets, etc., 7432 S.R. 50, Groveland.C all 429-1200.

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OBITUARIES Sara W.Sloan Sara W. Sloan, 83 of Groveland died Sunday, Nov. 20, 2011 at the Mike Conley Hospice house in Cler mont. A R efined, Godly Lady Sara was married to late Rev. G. P. Sloan of Sloans Ridge for 60y ears and accompanied him as a S unday school teacher pianist and faith ful minister s wife for 45 years until his death in May 2005. She was born in Glascock County, Georgiato Emmit & Annie Laura W illiams and is survived b y her thr ee children Jane Franklin of Clermont, FL, Perry & Sandee Sloan of Bradenton, FL and Dale Odom of Lake Panasoffkee, FL Three Brothers Lewis & Gloria Williams of Louisville, GA, Ernest & Elizabeth W illiams of D ade City R aymond & S usan W illiams of D ar ien, GA, T wo S isters R ub y J ohnson of Acworth, GA and Laura & David Smith of Louisville, GA. Her Fourgr andchildren Rick & S andy F ranklin of H arr isbur g, NC, Chr is Franklin of New York, NY Chuck & Anna Sloan of Stuart, FL and Greg Franklin of Lake Panasoffkee, FL Four Great G r and Childr en Ashlee, Miles & Brenna Franklin and Alex Sloan. The family will r eceive friends on Friday, Nov. 25, 2011 from 5:00 pm until 7:00 at the First Missionary Baptist Church, 118 Myers Blvd. Mascotte, FL 34753 where ser vices will be held at 11:00 am on S atur day Nov. 26, 2011. Mrs. Sloan will be laid to r est next to her hus band at E mpire Church Cemetery in Mascotte.H odges F amily F uneral Home, Dade City (352 567-0000 in charge of arrangements. DEATH NOTICES Lou Ev an Brannon Lou Even Brannon, 89, of Groveland, died Saturday, N o v 19, 2011. Becker Family Funeral Home, Cler mont. Raymond Ralph Busch Raymond Ralph Busch, 68, of Cler mont, died Friday, Nov. 18, 2011. B ecker F amily Funeral Home, Clermont. Edward Joseph Kuglich Edward Joseph Kuglich, 90, of Clermont, died W ednesday N ov. 16, 2011. Becker Family Funeral H ome, Clermont. Cecil Elwood Lakey Cecil Elwood Lakey, 91, of Clermont, died Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2011. B ecker F amily Funeral Home, Clermont Marie Ella Cecilia LaPierre Marie Ella Cecilia LaPierre, 84, of Clermont, died Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2011. B ecker F amily Funeral Home, Clermont. Jennifer Fay Mohr Richards J ennifer F ay M ohr Richards, 36, of Minneola, died Wednesday, N ovember 2, 2011. Becker Family Funeral Home, Clermont. Jack Leon Sever yns Jack Leon Severyns, 70, of G r o v eland, died Friday, Nov. 18, 2011. Cremation Choices, Minneola. Julia May Wilcoxon J ulia M ay W ilcoxon, 91, of Mt. Plymouth, died Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2011. Becker Family Funeral Home, Clermont. Friday, November 25, 2011SOUTH LAKE PRESS A 11 INMEMORY COURTESY PHOTO T he Orlando Business Journal honored Montverde Academy H eadmaster Dr.Kasey C.Kesselring as one of the business publications op Ten Men to Watch 2011at the Journals 10th a nnual Most Influential Businessmen Awards Celebration held Oct. 27 at the Hilton in Orlando.The award is an honor that exemplifies both the dedicated focus and vision of the headmaster.Ita cknowledges his hard work,significant accomplishments and respected reputation as an academic leader,civic advocate and successful businessman.Following the awards ceremony,K esselring said,Knowledge,character and community are the three pillars of Montverde Academy,and I have long believed that o ur involvement in the community is paramount to setting the right e xample for our students, f aculty parents and alumni to kno w and understand the value of service to others. MONTVERDE ACADEMY | TOP HEADMASTER G OOD for Y OU Applauding the a ccomplishments of readers S taff Report Crimeline, which normally pays tipsters up to$ 1,000 if they help solve a crime, has upped the ante to $7,000 for information on a three-year-old un-s olved murder in Mascotte. T he slaying is among 13 c old cases mostly murders, missing people and bank robberies now elig ible for Enhanced Awards from Crimeline. T he facts of the case are: At around 9:24 p.m. on Oct. 31, 2008, Mascottep olice responded to a report of a home invasion robbery and shooting at a w hite mobile home at 828 A nderson Ave. They found two people shot, one of whom later died. Witnesses and the surviving victim said a young white female and young,l ight-skinned male (white o r Hispanic), entered the residence pointing small, black-colored, semautom atic pistols at the vict ims and witnesses. T he female suspect s poke some Spanish, w hile the male subject had a dark-colored covering over his head/facial a rea and dark sunglasses o n. Both demanded money and cell phones. The surviving victim resisted, not wanting tog ive up his money, and t he female shot him. O ne of the two suspects t hen shot the second vict im, who later died. T he two then fled on foot in east on Anderson A venue and then toward S tate Route 50. I n the past 12 months, C rimeline has given out more than $260,000 in rewards to tipsters. It has received more t han 10,000 tips, cleared m ore than 1,000 cases a nd helped arrest nearly 8 00 people. A nyone with informat ion about the Mascotte m urder may call Crimel ine at 1-800-423-TIPS ( 8477) and speak to someo ne. Calls are not recorded a nd no caller ID is used. M ASCOTTE Crimeline hikes reward for cold case REPORTING CRIME In the past 12 months, Crimeline has given out more than $260,000 in rewards tot ipsters.It has received more t han 10,000 tips,cleared more t han 1,000 cases and helped arrest nearly 800 people. Staff Report P olice have charged a Groveland c ouple with child neglect and two drug c ounts after responding to a call about a child having trouble breathing and finding marijuana in the house, reports s aid. M atthew Temples, 25, and Shelsea Temples, 22, of 15718 State Road 19, Groveland, are both charged with negl ect of child, possession of cannabis and possession of drug paraphernal ia. A ccording to an arrest affidavit, p olice responded to the residence and f ound the child sitting on a couch. The r esponding officer said he could smell marijuana in the home. A fter making sure the child was being checked by Lake EMS, the officer said Matthew Temples admitted t hat he and his wife had been smoking marijuana. The officer then r eceived permission to search a port ion of the home, finding 3.2 grams of m arijuana, rolling papers, two glass b ongs, a pipe and other paraphernal ia, the affidavit said. The Department of Children and F amilies got involved and allowed the child to be turned over to Shelsea Temples mother, police said. GROVELAND Couple charged with child neglect,drug possession Staff Report Once-a-week lawn and l andscape irr i gation is in e ffect in Lake C ounty with t he ending of daylight saving time on Nov. 12. The r u les for Standard Time, according to officials with the St. JohnsR iv e r W ater M a nagement District and Lake County C ode include: K I rr i gation is pr o hibit e d between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. K Irrigation is limited to no more than once per w e ek on scheduled days. K R esidential irrigation at odd-number ed addresses or no addresses is allowed on Saturday. K R esidential irr igation at ev en-number ed add resses is allowed on S unday. K Nonresidential irrigat ion is allowed on T uesday. K Irrigation is limited to n o more than 3 4 inch of w ater per zone per irrigat ion day K I r r igation is limited to no mor e than one hour p er irrigation zone per irr igation day K I rr igation is limited to o nly that amount neces sar y to meet landscape needs. K When r e claimed wat er is available for use, the u se of private irrigation wells is not authorized. K Irrigation limitations apply to water withdr awn from ground or surface water, from a private well o r pump, or from a public o r private utility. K I rr igation limitations apply to all landscape irr i gation not currently regu-l ated by a consumptiveuse permit. T ypically this includes r e sidential, commer cial a nd industr ial establish ments. K P e ople irr igating with a n automatic lawn irr iga t ion system installed after May 1991 shall install, maintain and operate a rain sensor device ors witch that overrides the system when adequater a infall has occurred. I n May 2009, Lake County commissioners approved a local ordinance that mirr ors water management district rules. T he first violation of the o rdinance is a written warning. The second violation is a minimum $50 fine withs ubsequent violations d oubling each time to a maximum of $1,000 for each violation. Residents can make a landscape irr i gation com p laint b y calling the code e nfor cement ser vices division at 352-343-9639. A searchable database of open and closed code enfor cement cases and c omplaints is available at www .lakecountyfl.gov, keyword search code enforcement. For information about restrictions, visit www.sjrwmd.com-/water ingr e str ictions. LAKE COUNTY Water district establishes new irrigation rules

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A 12 SOUTH LAKE PRESSFriday, November 25, 2011 www.southlakechamber-fl.com It is hard to believe that my year as Board Chairman is coming to an end.The year, with all its successes and challenges, has gone by quickly.As I noted in January, we looked to 2011 as being a positivet urning point for businesses and our economy.We have seen signs within our Chamber that we are t urning the corner. Our membership has stabilized this year and our retention rate has seen marked improvement. In addition, nearly 175 new members will have joined our South Lake Chamber of Commerce by year end. We also have seen a number of successes in the Public Policy and Economic Development arena.The Chamber continues to serve as a community leader on issues like local redistricting and the development of a Business Incubator in South Lake,We have jointly hosted a south Lake Summit on water resources with the St. Johns River Water Management District, and facilitated three local c andidate forums in Groveland, Mascotte and Minneola in partnership with the Daily Commercial and S outh Lake Press. Our Education Committee worked to develop enhanced relationships between our schools and the business community and was a voice on a variety of issues including school uniforms, transportation logistics in the area of the new Lake Minneola High and supported the AVID program for middle and high school students looking to pursue a future college experience. W e successfully established a new Sports and Tourism Committee that has worked closely with the Lake County Tourism and Economic D evelopment Department along with South Lake cities and businesses to create an inventory of our diverse sports/tourism assets.The g oal in coming years is improved communication and coordination of events and to assist visitors coming here for work, fun, or simple relaxation. Our major Signature Events including our Annual Gala, Howard Stockton Memorial Golf Outing,Teacher Appreciation Breakfast, and lastly our new Taste of South Lake event that attracted nearly 900 attendees, were all tremendous successes.We continue to be THE organization to create and maintain opportunities for networking and community/business engagement in south Lake County. I am also pleased to report that after several years of dedicated effort, we have finalized a plan to continue our 40 plus year partnership t he City of Clermont and provide management services for a new community center on Montrose Street that will also house our h eadquarters.Through this partnership we continue to provide information related to opportunities in south Lake County for business d evelopment and business relocation. The bottom line of all that this organization represents is a passionate focus on the success of the entire business community.We have focused on Member First during this year and without fail we have supported each other. Each BAH that is well attended, each Breakfast that provides insight, each issue for which we provide advocacy each networking opportunity that is offered could noth appen without the dedication of the members of this Chamber, the amazing volunteers and the tremendous and creative staff that are t ruly tireless in their efforts.This Chamber is well positioned to address the issues of the day into 2012 and beyond. I congratulate Dr. Kasey Kesselring, Headmaster of Montverde Academy as he assumes the role as Chairman. Let us all continue to proudly support the efforts of our Chamber of Commerce. L astly, I thank you for affording me the opportunity to serve this organization. It has been a rewarding experience. May each of you have a prosperous and productive new year. John Moore 2011 Board Chairman CHAMBER EVENTSChamber Breakfast When: Friday, December 16 Where: 800 N. U.S. Hwy 27 Minneola City Hall Time: 7:15 8:30 a.m. Program: Holiday Program Presented by: River of Life Osteopathic Supported by: available Catering by: Red Wing Restaurant Cost: $8 member or $10 guest Business After Hours Presented by: BANKFIRST When: Thursday, Dec. 1 Where: 1000 E. Highway 50, Clermont, FL Time: 5:30-7 p.m. First Friday Chamber Connection When: Friday, December 4 Where: 691 W. Montrose St. Jenkins Auditorium Time: 7:15 8:30 a.m. Sponsored by: Available Why you should attend: As business owners and business people, we all must do the basics to grow our client list. Networking one on one with likeminded people should always be at the top of your basics list! Get to meet 20-30 fellow members in a productive environment. Light refreshments will be served. Showcase your business! Want to sponsor a breakfast or Business After Hours? Dont miss the insert in this Business Beat and find out everything you need to know to showcase YOUR business. W indow Genie Chamber Ambassadors recently welcomed Window Genie owners Steve and Judy Frommeyer to the South Lake Chamber! Window Genie offers affordable home care services such as window cleaning, window film, window treatments, gutter p rotection, deck + concrete washing, along with tile and grout cleaning.You can contact them at 352.324.0156 or visit www.windowgenie.com! Committee Notes & NewsMEMBER SERVICES Chair: Gary Tolley In 2011, Member Services focused on two main initiatives that would strengthen the Chamber by growing membership and enhancing their experience.T he committee and staff created a marquee event for recruiting new members. Our inaugural Member Drive was held at the Lakeridge Winery. Current members were asked to participate in the contest by inviting potential members to a presentation explaining features and benefits of a Chamber membership.The event was deemed a success and laid the foundation for an annual member drive.W e also worked to develop a Young Professionals group.This group was formed to give our members under the age of 40 an outlet for networking and professional growth. It is from this group that the future Chamber and community leaders will be fostered. E CONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Chair: Curt Binney Over the past year, your Economic Development committee has been involved in many initiatives to improve the business climate in Lake County and support future economic development.This year was the culmination of several years of effort realized in the creation of a South Lake Business Opportunity Center at the former visitors center on highway 27, slated to open this January. We also hosted the first ever water summit between the County, cities, St. Johns River Water Management District and Business leaders.This summit, along with the ongoing efforts to create regional collaboration throughout South Lake will hopefully help our water utilities effectively leverage all of their resources for the benefit of all of South Lake and the stability of future economic growth. The Chamber was a proud sponsor of the Lake County Economic Summit that was recently held.This event that was put on by the County Economic Development staff, and featured seven highly respected experts on economic development, encouraged the creation of a positive climate for economic development throughout the county.As we move into a new year, the Economic Development committee will continue to look at initiatives to encourage entrepreneurial opportunity, business development and expansion and the attraction of new business into South Lake.Through these efforts, we believe all of our members will benefit. EDUCATION COMMITTEE Chair: Robin Revis-Pyke The 2011 year was a productive and busy year for the South Lake Chamber Education Advisory Committee. Meetings are held the first Tuesday of the month at Lake Sumter Community College.The Committee is comprised of educators and business leaders with the purpose of providing vision and influence on issues of importance in relation to the local school system; partner with relevant educational programs and services within the local community; increase awareness among the business community; and to foster relationships among the educators, local businesses, and community leaders. The agenda for the first meeting of the 2011 year was a review of the Resolution by the Chamber regarding transportation infrastructure issues of the new Lake Minneola High School. In 2010, the Committee members discussed issues and/or concerns for schools located in South Lake County.Among the concerns discussed were school safety and traffic.The question was asked as to whether or not a traffic study has been conducted of the South Lake County schools, specifically Grassy Lake Elementary School and Minneola Elementary School, due to the construction of Lake Minneola High School. Concern was expressed in regards to Lake Minneola High School. It was voiced that the construction of the new high school would increase the volume of traffic.At the time, the discussion focused on the absence of caution lights and the safety of the walkers and bikers attending the neighboring elementary schools when the high school opens. Following the discussions, a meeting was coordinated with Jim Stivender, Lake County PublicWorks Department, to discuss the concerns. In response to the concerns, the South Lake Chamber of Commerce submitted a resolution.The resolution was reviewed at the beginning of the 2011 year.A follow up discussion was held with Dr. Susan Moxley, Lake County School Board Superintendent, and Debbie Stivender, Chair of Lake County School Board, in April 2011.Also in attendance were Dr. Robin Revis-Pyke, Chair of the Education Advisory Committee, Ray San Fratello, Chamber President; Mike Bucher, and Lucy Hage. As the year progressed, the Committee continued to review education issues such as the current dress code policy.Within the Lake County communities support for a uniform dress code policy had surfaced, therefore the Education Advisory Committee members spent time throughout the year in dialogue in order to evaluate as to whether or not a uniform dress code policy was necessary and/or supported.At the end of 2011, the decision of the Lake County School Board was to continue with the current dress code policy. The Education Advisory Committee was visited by Lake Eustis Institute at the September 2011 meeting.Virginia Barker, Executive Director, presented information about Lake Eustis Institute in order to explore as to whether or not there is an interest in lifelong learning opportunities in South Lake County. In the fall of 2011, the Education Advisory Committee was successful in presenting the Lake County School Boards AVID Program (Advancement Via Individual Determination) at the October 21st Chamber Breakfast.The AVID Program is a School Board initiative. Clinton Pownall, Computer Business Consultants, Inc., and committee member, sponsored the Breakfast for the AVID Program presentation.The presentation was a great opportunity to create awareness among the business community. In addition, the Education Committee participated in the annual Education Innovations at Lake Minneola High School in October 2011.The AVID Program was presented to the participants of the event.As the 2011 year draws to a close, the committee is continuing to discuss HB O71 and HB 111. HB 071 has been withdrawn. HB 111 is currently in review. HB 111 creates a career diploma track in the public high schools.The Taste of South Lake was held Thursday, November 3, 2011 at the Clermonts Waterfront pavilion and f eatured the music of Brutha N iel and the Real Deal. More than 800 participants sampled food and drinks from 24 of the areas best restaurants, and voted for the Best of South Lake. There were also 39 area b usinesses that participated in the Inaugural Event. T he winners were: Best of South Lake Desserts Ritter's Frozen CustardB est of South Lake Entree G ator's DocksideB est of South Lake Appetizer C hick-fi-AP eople's Choice Best of South Lake C arrabba's Italian GrillThank you to our sponsors Bright House, Boyette, Cummins & Nailos, Grand Rental Station Carrabba's, City of Clermont, Lake Apopka Natural Gas District, Montverde Academy and ProgressE nergy.

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S taff report The following Lake County Library Systeml ibr ar ies will close today and Saturday for the holidays. L ibr a r ies will reopen on Nov. 28 with regularly s cheduled hours. K C a gan C rossings Community Library, 16729 C agan Oaks, Clermont K C o oper Memorial Library, 2525 OakleyS eaver Drive, Clermont K H e len Lehmann Memorial Library, 17435F ifth St., Montverde K M a rianne Beck Memorial Library, 112 W.C e ntral Ave., Howey-inthe-Hills K Marion Baysinger Memorial Library, 756 W. Broad St., Groveland K M inneola Schoolhouse Library, 100 S. Main S t., Minneola Lake C o unty Libr ar y System libraries have a full s chedule of holiday programs for youth and a dults. F o r infor mation, visit www.mylakelibrar y.org. Libraries to close for holidays Friday, November 25, 2011SOUTH LAKE PRESS A 13 352-394-8228921 S. US Hwy 27 Minneola, FLRon Becker, Director Direct Cremation$675Plus Container G OOD for Y OU A pplauding the accomplishments of readers SUBMIT YOUR OWN PHOTOS AND INFORMATION: Do you have photographs from a charity,church or civic event that you want featured in Good for You? You can send them to pamfennimore@dailycommercial.com. Be sure to identify everyone in the photo (full nameswhat,when,where and why of the event.And dont forget to include your contact information. COURTESY PHOTO J im Lester introduced his long-time friend of more than 50 years,McCoy Gibbs,as the guest speaker at a Kiwanis Club of Clermont luncheon meeting in October.Gibbs is a fellow Kiwanian from the L eesburg Noon Club and pastor emeritus at Morrison United Methodist Church in Leesburg.His message was on integrity.From left,Jim Lester,Pastor Gibbs and club president Kathy Scherer. CLERMONT | KIWANIS CLUB COURTESY PHOTO S tudents from the Imagine Charter Elementary School of South Lake in Clermont recently visited the Historic V illage.More than 150 second graders toured the village,with a guided tour through t he Train Depot,Townsend and Kern homes,and the original Cooper Memorial Library.Above, several of the students look at the wood-burning stove found in the Townsend House.Visit southlakehistoricalsociety com for information. IMAGINE CHARTER ELEMENTARY | HISTORIC VILLAGE

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ST A ND UP FOR AMERICA SALUTES FORMER POWS G r and Marshals of the May 1 Stand Up for America parade w er e two for mer pr isoners of war, representing Vietnam and World War II. Air Force Lt. Col. Glendon W. Perkins, now an Orlando resident, was a prisoner of the NorthV ietnamese for 6 1/2 y ears R ex T. Winn of Groveland was a POW in S talag 3 in G ermany for 11 months and four days Keynote speaker, Congressman Richard Kelly, presented the American flag that flew over the U. S. C apitol building A pr il 9, 1975, to Paul Anderson Jr. His name was drawn from those registered at various merchants. Master of ceremonies and organiz er of Stand Up for America D ay was the Rev. Leon Drummond, pastor of Minneola Alliance Church. Fifty-seven marching units participated in the 10 a.m. parade. Winners: Marching units, first, Delta Nu Chapter of EpsilonS igma Alpha sor or ity ; second, the Umatilla Unicycle team. Float division: first, D avis E lementary; second, M inneola Alliance Chur ch; honorable mention, Clermont Junior Woman's Club. Group participation: first, Midway Elementary; second, First United M ethodist Chur ch of Cler mont; honorable mention, First Lutheran Church of Clermont. Window decorating contest winners: Most original patriotic theme with emphasis on r ed, white and blue, Rambo Florist; second, O liv enbaum Insurance. M ost unusual historical, first, Patti-Lu Casuals; second, Leonards Mens and Boys Store; honorable mention, student decorations at Grandview Apartments. B ike decorating contest: first, Andy Sperle; second, Susan Thomas; honorable mention, Mary Smythe and Christy Moherek. Old-fashioned costumes: first, Arthur Everly; second, Regina Ahern. Clermont Senior and Junior H igh School bands gave concerts; there were games for children; and South Lake Rotary Club served a country-style steak dinner. COACH WINS TROPHY NAMED AFTER HIS MENTOR G er ald S hepar d, coach of the winning P ublix B abe R uth League team, r eceiv ed the first Clarence B ishop Memorial Trophy. Shepard was assistant coach for sev en years under Bishop and has been head coach the last three years. Gary Henderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Henderson of Ferndale, won the Dale Shepard Memorial Trophy given yearly to the player exemplifying outstanding sportsmanship. Publix team members are: Larry Dority, Jeff Henderson, Frank Stearns, Scott Boyatt, Ron Boyatt, K eith Henderson, William Wills, David McGinley, Dwayne Deramus, David Shepard, Scott M cLean, J ohn M cLean, T ony Chandler, Coach Gerald Shepard and Assistant C oach Jim Stearns. R. D ale W rightam, commander C OMMUNITY B1 S OUTH LAKE PRESS Friday, November 25, 2011 www.southlakepress.com Y OUR CONTACT FOR COMMUNITY NEWS STAFF WRITER. . . . . . . . . . . . R oxanne Brown PHONE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 394-2183 FAX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 394-8001 E-mail. . . . . . . . . . roxannebrown@dailycommercial.com P roudly serving C LERMONT,MINNEOLA,GROVELAND,MASCOTTEand MONTVERDE A A n n n n D D u u p p e e e e REMEMBER WHEN A weekly column that reprints some of the more interesting news stories tha t ha ve a ppeared over the years in the South Lake Press. FROM THE FILES | 35 YEARS AGO 1976 Reliving history through the pages of the South Lake Press RELIVING HISTOR Y | B2 K HOMETOWN: The Bronx,New York K OCCUPATION: Cashier at Walt Disney World K FAMILY: Wife,Doris,and two s ons,Scott and Shawn What do you enjoy most about South Lake County? I t was a very nice place to raise my children. I f you had to summarize your philosophy of life in one sentence, what would it be? Wake up with a smile on your face, t hinking,This will be a wonderful day N ame a person or incident youve come across recently thats touched you in some way Why did this person or incident impress you so much? There are too many to write here, but if you want just one incident, it w ould be, working a t the ABC Commissary restaurant at Walt Disney W orld. I ha v e literally met people from all over the world. How does what you do contribute t o the welfare of the area? I would have to say working with Meet Your NEIGHBOR JAMES SCOTTY SCHULTZ S EE NEIGHBOR | B3 ROXANNE BROWN | Staff Writer roxannebrown@dailycommercial.com O v er the past 25 years, the father and son team of John and Jeff Jones have s old thousands of Murphy beds a lso known as wall beds to Central Floridians. For those not familiar with what Murphy B eds are, they are beds with inner springs or m emory foam mattresses expertly incorporated into cabinetry made of different mater ials, such as smooth, high-pressure laminate, raised thermo-foil panels and solid woods. We have some of the most inventive and u nique Murphy Beds in the country at our s howrooms here in Florida, Jeff said. People come in sometimes and say things l ike, Wow, we never knew you could do that with a Murphy Bed. Thats what we like to hear, because then w e can tell them that we have a style to fit their ev ery need. John and Jeff Jones own three Murphy Bed s howrooms, the one in Clermont celebrating five years in the community, one on South Orange Blossom Trail and another c onsidered one of the biggest in the country in Altamonte Springs. According to Jeff, the Clermont showr oom, no w vir t ually constr uction-zone free, attracts customers from all over Lake County, including Leesburg, Mount Doraa nd The V i llages. D u r ing some of those visits J e ff said he hear d many customers comment on ho w b eautiful the sho wroom is. Were very pleased with our Clermont l ocation, and have made so many friends since opening, Jeff said. The Murphy bed vision began when W illiam L. Murphy applied for a patent on April 1, 1916. He was granted a design patent in June of that year, started the M u rphy W a ll B e d Company and began production in San Francisco. J ohn, who is now 89 years old and still w or k ing ev er y day and son, Jeff, jumped on board with the company in the mid 1980s. B ack then, the styles of beds were more limited compar e d to today though the con cept has remained the same, Jeff said. T echnology and comfort of the beds have gr e atly impr o ved, along with the contemporary styles that have evolved to meet the g rowing demand for double-duty rooms, s uch as home office systems In addition, because we are such a large v olume dealer, we can offer a lot of different s tyles finishes and flav ors of M urphy B e ds to all our customers, Jeff said. And though t here have been a lot of copy cats that have come and gone w e r e still standing strong after 25 years. A ccording to the Joneses, one of their most popular styles is the libr a r y bed, wher e C LERMONT During 25 years in business, thousands of wall beds sold C OURTESY PHOTO J ohn Jones,who with son,Jeff Jones (not picturedowns the Murphy Beds store in Clermont,as well as one on Orange Blossom Trail in Orlando and one in Altamonte Springs. SEE WALL BEDS | B2

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B 2 SOUTH LAKE PRESSFriday, November 25, 2011 A cross 1 Followers of William the Conqueror 8 ___ Pepper 11 African menace 14 Part of a sentence: Abbr. 17 Tracing paper, e.g. 18 Twosomes 19 Partner of raised 21 Who said Learn from the masses, and then teach them 22 Students err? 24 Bonus reel fodder 26 Punk offshoot 27 Pistil complement 28 in a bikini 29 Oklahoma city 31 Medusa killer takes his agent to court? 33 Feel that ones had enough, say 37 Temptation 38 Singsong syllable39 Part of N.C.A.A.: Abbr. 40 Rig 41 Foreign tender? 44 Open hearings in courts 46 Reinforced ice cream container? 51 What Eng. majors pursue 5 2 Kay of Rich Man, Poor Man 53 Thats it! 54 Info on modern business cards 56 Just sort, supposedly 58 Inferior tour vehicle for Snoop Dogg? 63 One side in a bullfight 66 Em and Bee, e.g. 67 Up 68 Recollection from a winter tourist in Poland? 71 Cut, in a way 73 It serves a duel purpose 74 Flip of a flop 75 Bit of progress 76 One encountered in a close encounter 79 Disparaging Argentine leader badly injured? 87 Ads 88 Perks 89 Shucks! 90 Actress Thurman 93 With 65-Down, stuck 94 The old man 95 We totally should! 97 One-on-one job for a ladies man? 102 Spin meas. 103 Place to buy stage props 104 Stanza alternative 106 Former J.F.K. line 1 09 Rug type 110 Son of Darius, please confirm my dog is male? 113 Hip-hops ___ Def 114 Rein in 115 Denizens: Suffix 116 Risk 117 Approx. 118 Guitar great Paul 119 Emergency broadcast 120 Do it Down 1 t think so! 2 Ooplasm locale 3 Take back 4 Picture of health, for short? 5 Best effort 6 Long Island county west of Suffolk 7 Part of GPS: Abbr. 8 1970 #1 R&B hit for James Brown 9 Not be spoken aloud 10 Rx qty. 11 French clergymen 12 Way pass 13 One who gets things 14 1998 Masters champion Mark 15 It may be settled over beers 16 Nativity figure 18 Stopping point? 20 Alack of compassion 23 Come full circle? 25 Reading Rainbow network 28 That cant be 29 Busy 30 Send out press releases, e.g. 32 The Auld Sod 33 Former N.B.A. star Spud 34 Apastel 35 Shoot! 36 Its stunning 42 Pres. Carters alma mater 43 Candy company whose first flavor was Pfefferminz 44 Federal org. with inspectors 45 Cry with a forehead slap, maybe 47 Pipe fitting 48 Drains 49 Cities, informally 50 Down in the dumps 55 Dashed fig. 56 They may be sore after a game 57 Nest egg option, briefly 58 Big ___ 59 Italian article 60 Start of an aside, to tweeters 61 Jah worshiper 62 Total 63 Hampshire mother 64 SoCal squad 65 See 93-Across 66 Italian vineyard region 69 Too bad! 70 River islands 71 Whom Han Solo calls Your Worship 72 Constantly shifting 75 TiVo, for one 76 Press 77 They may be metric or not 78 Dedicated offerings 80 Deluxe 81 Completely flip 82 Scaloppine, usually 83 Show, as something new 84 Curio displayers 85 Sound dumbfounded 86 Their necks can turn 270 degrees 90 Repulsive 91 Skirts smaller than minis 92 Having a policy of reverse seniority? 94 Top 40 fare 96 Leads counterpart 98 Wedded 99 Producers of scuff marks 100 New Sensation band, 1988 101 Former telco giant 105 Get back to 106 Thats a fact 107 #1 follows it 108 Given the heave-ho 110 Sorority letters 111 Roxy Music cofounder 112 Astreet drug, for short No. 1113R EITHER WAYBy Jeremy Newton and Tony Orbach / Edited by Will Shortz For any three answers, call from a touch-tone phone: 1-900-285-5656, $1.49 each minute; or, with a credit card, 1-800814-5554. 12345678910111213141516 1 718192021 22232425 262728 29303132 33343536373839 404142434445 4647484950 5152535455 56575859606162 6364656667 6869707172 737475767778 7980818283848586 878889 90919293949596 979899100101102 103104105106107108 109110111112 113114115116 117118119120 S olution to puzzle on page B9. N o matter what you think about Obamac are or the health care i ndustry in this country, and no matter what the Supreme Court says about it, we are all having to dealw ith health insurance or not having it. O ne of the first questions I hear is, Do you take my insurance? I tell people t hat I take any insurance t hat takes me. I nsurance is all about w hat your individual policy says is covered. Thats t he first thing you need to k now. Before I go farther, let m e say this: I am not an e xpert in health insurance or the U.S .health-care m odel, so check out everything I say with your insurer, your agent or your attorney! I will try to give m y perspective on the issues though. You need to find out what your policy coversn o matter where you go. P eople go into all sorts of doctors offices and hospitals and expect that since they pay for insur-a nce, it is supposed to take care of their healthc are costs. Thats just not t he way it works in most cases. Y ou pay a premium to a ccess a negotiated rate, w hich the insurance comp any contracts with certain doctors, clinics and f acilities. If you buy a plan t hat hasnt contracted with a specific doctor or f or a specific service you a re not covered, and need to pay for that service just l ike someone with no insurance. Different plans have different contracted rates. S ometimes it makes no sense as what is being paid or why. The second, very related t hing you need to know is t hat in most cases your insurance company does not care if you will get better or not. It is con-c erned with what your plan says is covered, and w ho you go to. I have seen people who are scheduled for an e xpensive surgery that is c overed by insurance c ome to me. The patient t hen asks the insurance company if it would cover m y visits (which will be m uch less than what the surgery costs), and the i nsurance company says no, but we will pay for the surgery when you n eed it! It doesnt make sense, does it? The other issue is that w e dont know how much we are paying for insurance. After the employer pays some of the cost, you payt he rest, and you still need t o pay for deductibles, co-pays, etc. I have seen people paying $800 per month, which is $9,600p er year, plus having a $2,500 deductible. Thats m ore than $11,000 the p erson would pay in one year before anything is a ctually covered. T he insurance company i snt paying for much of a nything. I had a health savings a ccount last year that I p a id about $300 per month and had $2,500 deductible. F rom $2,500 to $5,000, I o nly had to pay 20 percent. After $5,000 the insurance c overed 100 percent. You do the math. Thats about $6,000 max out of pocket, which is much l ess than $11,000. If neither of us went to the doctor. I saved more than $6,000 in the year. T he biggest issue is that m any people think they are paying for insurance, and they will only go to people wholl take theiri nsurance. Insurance is a business. T here are a lot of good M Ds, DOs, chiropractors, massage therapists, physic al therapists, acupunct urists, naturopathic doct ors, nutritionists, etc., w ho are not covered by your insurance that may s erve you better than the h ealth-care providers that your insurance does cove rs. Y ou have to decide if you are going to continue t o trust your health and life to the lowest bidder. Remember, its your life. Its your health. Its your c hoice! Health care and insurance can be confusing M M i i c c h h a a e e l l A A . V V i i s s c c o o n n t t i i NATURAL MEDICINE Michael A.Visconti is a doctor of oriental medicine whose office is located near the Citrus Tower.If you have any questions regarding this or any other health related topics,you can contact him through is Website at www.docvisconti.com,or on Facebook by signing up for the Visconti Acupuncture & Natural Medicinefan page. two bookshelves slide open to reveal a Murphyw all bed, a concept that they say fits perfectly with current times since morea nd more people are working out of their homes. The space utilization that Murphy Beds provide is very well geared to thec urr ent economy and the way things are going, Jeff said. More people are wor king out of their homes and many find it e asy with this type of unit to incorporate home o ffices into spaces they c an still also use for other things. Jones also said the company views the customiza tion and pr ofessional installation of a M urphy b ed as an equally import ant experience for every c ustomer J o nes said people hav e the cabinets placed in all kinds of r ooms fr om the everpopular home office to dens, studies and exercise or hobby rooms. A nywhere where someone may need a bed but doesnt want to give up the s pace for it per manently h e noted. F or 350 days out of the year, people need to use the r o oms for their o wn p urposes S till, they want to have a good decent bed for their company, not a sofa bed or futon, Joness aid. Thats where the M urphy beds come in and why they hav e become so popular People just love them. W ALL BED CONTINUED FROM B1 An example of a Murphy Bed. o f Jess Thomas Chapter, Disabled American Veterans, and Elbert Ritchie, a djutant of VFW Post 5277, presented American flags during opening cerem onies at Bishop Field. In other news: K D avid Radzewski of Mascotte received four awards at Awards Day, t ying a Lake Sumter Community College record. He was top student academically in gener a l physics funda mental mathematics, general biology a nd college chemistry. K Dick Douglass is Green Valley C o untr y Clubs new mens champion, shooting 241 for the 54-hole tournam ent. O pal M c Clanahan defended her w omen s title b y shooting 260. K F or the third year, Hanks Electric of C ler mont and G r o v eland has won G eneral Electrics most prestigious dealer award, the Monogram Distinguished D ealer award, for its outstanding cont ributions to the development, growth a nd maturity of the central air conditional industr y K H igh point r i bbons were awarded C andy Ogden, Debbie Queen and Reba Q u een at the G irl Scout R odeo held at Meg Lewis Tin Cup Ranch. The Girl Scout D rill Team performed a Square Dance on Horseback, directed byC andy O gden. D r ill team members ar e Madeline Hoffman, Susan Homan, M arty Jo Pottorff, Patricia Posey, Cherie B lanchard, Janice Cook, Jeanne Olson, S usan Davis, Denise Wolfe, Wendy Blanchard and Mary Ann Rice. Mrs. Lewis presented appreciation t rophies to four special friends of the m ounted unit Chuck K u harske, H arry Spooner, Phil Kuharske and a nnouncer Bill Rice. K Clermont High Schools student body officers elected for next year are S ue Provost, president, and Linda Lory, vice president. K Laur a R o berson, S heila Ann P ar k er Tony Pegg, Tara Parker and Gina Pegg are among the kindergartners through thir d gr a ders from Clermont and Minneola Elementary schools who willj oin the M a r ch of D imes Order of the Battered Boot by participating in a t wo-mile walk. 2 0 YEARS AGO 1991 Last school year, selected sixth g r a ders at Clermont Junior High School p ar ticipated in the F lorida Mathematics L eague C ontest. S tudents w e re required to answ e r 40 questions on a v ar iety of t opics within a 30-minute time limit. T he top five raw scores were combined for a team score that was then submitted to contest headquarters. C lermonts team members Tim V aldes Eric Ernst, Sarah Edwards, Bret J ones and Jeremiah Castleman s cor ed a total of 157, ear ning them first place in the r egion that includes Citrus, Lake, Levy, Marion and St. Johns counties. RELIVING HISTORY C ONTINUED FROM PAGE B1

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Friday, November 25, 2011SOUTH LAKE PRESS B 3 a nd around children.For more than 20 years,between Little League baseball and communityt heater,I have seen these kids grow and learn,and now some o f them are grown,married and have children of their own.Id call that a great accomplishment. W hats something youve always wanted to do but h avent yet? B esides winning the lottery,Id ha ve to say take a trip back to t he Bronx to go to the new Yankee Stadium,eat a great big New Y ork pizza, a nd get a real J ewish bagel. What advice would you give to p eople who want to help out in the community? Convince the city and county fathers to get a real theater for the Moonlight Players of Clermont. NEIGHBOR CONTINUED FROM B1 C HURCH ALENDAR A LIST OF EVENTS R ECYCLING PROGRAM: S hepherd of the Hills L utheran Church, 13600 Caspian Lane, Clermont. All proceeds from recycling benefit the FAITH Neighborhood Center f ood bank. For informat ion call 242-9519. FOOD PANTRY: South L ake Presbyterian Church, 1 1 a.m. to 1 p.m., Mondays a nd Fridays. Call 394-2753. T HE MISSION OF PROJECT ZION: Zion Lutheran C hurch is seeking donat ions to assist South Lake C ounty neighbors with food, prescriptions and u tilities. Call 429-2960. MEN OF STEEL: 6:30 p.m., Wednesdays, The River C hurch, 796 Hook St., C lermont. For men ages 2 0-35. Call 243-7505 for i nformation. A gem of a thrift store Angels of Mercy Thrift Store is located right off State Road 50, one block west of Highway 2 7 behind Burger King at 1330 Millholland Drive. T he small, not-for-profit o rganization offers a valuable service to the area. It doubles as an emergency food pantry. Grocery items are given tot hose in need absolutely free. T o qualify, families must reside i n the communities of Clermont, Minneola, Ferndale or Montverde. Currently Angels of Mercy providese mergency food to more than 1 ,000 individuals each month. T he staff consists of all volunteers, working threeto sixhour shifts Monday through Saturday. Call 352394-4094f or information.

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F RANK JOLLEY | S taff Writer frankjolley@dailycommercial.com R obert McCue has high expectations for every p rogram and activity at South Lake High School. A s school principal, McCue w ants his students to succeed in the classroom as well in the a thletic arena. W hile McCue is pleased with the academic progress b eing made around campus, h e is less than happy with the s chools athletic successes, p articularly with the football t eam. After considering his o ptions, McCue decided that a change was needed to inject new life into the football pro-g ram. The process of turning around the Eagles fortunes, f r om McCues perspective, b egan late Wednesday when h e decided not to bring Walter B anks back as the schools f ootball coach for next season. Since coaching football is a supplemental position, I did not fir e Coach Banks, McCue said. I did, however, make the decision not to keep Coach B anks as our football coach. W ere grateful for everything he s done for our football program, but it was time for a c hange I dont remember the last t ime S o uth Lake play ed in the play o ffs, and that shouldnt be the case. B anks had just completed his fifth season as Eagles head coach. H e led S o uth Lake to a 4 -6 r e cor d this season after l osing 11 star ters fr om last y e ar s team which finished 6-4. D u r i ng his tenur e at S outh L ake, the Eagles were 22-27. Banks was unable to end S o uth Lake s postseason dr o ught. The Eagles last appeared in the Florida High School Athletic Association playoffs in 1996, losing to Port Or ange Atlantic in the first round of the Class 4A regionals. I was extremely disappointed when I was informed on Wednesday that I wouldnt b e asked back for another s eason, Banks said. Im proud of w hat weve accomplished in ter ms of finding colleges for our play e rs I wish we had w on mor e football games, but m y goal always has been to h elp our student-athletes e arn a college degree. From my perspective, that s the most impor tant job f or a high-school coach. M cCue said he will form a h iring committee made up of school and community lead ers. Once potential candidates are identified, McCue said the committee will analyze each candidate s resume and inter view those most qualified. McCue said he will not place a timetable on the hiring process, but he plans to h ave a new coach in place and on campus before spring p ractice begins on May 1. I don t want this pr ocess to linger needlessly for months b ut I m not going to rush t hrough it, either, he said. I want to bring in the best c oach I can find. This will be a t horough process and our new coach will be someone t hat ev er yone will be happy w ith. Our student-athletes, our school and our community deserves the best out there. Banks and McCue said the former coach will remain on the school s teaching staff as a P hysical Education teacher. Banks said he hopes to coach again as soon as next season, although he doesnt know if there will be a job opening in Lake or Sumter County. If Banks is forced to leave the area for a new coaching p osition, his departure almost certainly will create two v acancies in south Lake C ounty B anks wife, Sabrina, is an assistant pr incipal at E ast Ridge. I m going to explore my options B a nks said. My f amily and I lo v e living in L ake C ounty but I also want t o continue coaching football. If there are no openings in Lake or Sumter counties, I may have to leave to find a job. Right now, Im still a PE t eacher at South Lake. Said McCue, My decision replace Coach Banks was based solely on our football t eams performance on the f ield. He is an important m ember of our faculty. He does a gr e at job and our stu dents respect him and enjoy being around him. But, our football team needed to go in another direction. Wre grateful for everything hes (Banks done for our football prog ram,but it was time for a change. Robert McCue,principal S outh Lake High School S PORTS B4 SOUTH LAKE PRESS F riday, November 25, 2011 www.southlakepress.com YOUR CONTACT FOR SPORTS NEWS SPORTS EDITOR. . . . . . . . . . . . . Frank Jolley PHONE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 65-8283 FAX. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 394-8001 E mail. . . . . . . . . . . . . sports@dailycommercial.com a nd LEISURE H igh school footballs second season is under way, and for a quartet of schools in Lake and Sumter counties East Ridge, South Sumter, Wildwood and The Villages the buzz and ex citement cr eated b y a F lor ida H igh School A thletic Association play off game was appar ent in all its glory last weekend. For South Lake fans, it was gr eat to see the Knights back in postseason action following a two-year hiatus. F riday nights 21-18 victory over Ovideo moves EastRidge into a second-round game against Class 7a, District 4 rival Orlando Evans. The return of the Knights to the postseason lends an aur a of legit imacy thats been missing in r ecent y ears. The posteason just hasnt seemed the same without East Ridge. My gridiron universe has been out of sync the last couple of postseasons. Playoff brackets without East Ridge hav e to be the reasons for my recent malaise, because the Knights are back this year, Im feeling an extra jolt. Its like someone connected a set of jumper cables to a battery and ... to me. The naysayers likely will bring up the fact the Knights hav e not won a state championship W ell, only eight schools in the entire state win state championships and no ar ea school has won since Eustis took the Class 2A championship in 1983. Its not like we have teams playing for titles every year. Who can forget the Knights 2005 regional quarterfinal clash against Orlando Edgewater at The Dungeon? East Ridge entered the game as the top-r anked team in Class 6A and Orlando Edgewater was ranked No. 6. A standing-roomonly crowd, including countless thousands who watched from per ches on the hills and roads surrounding the field, saw a classic that ended with the Eagles knocking off the Knights in overtime. It was, arguably, the biggest football game ev er play ed in Lake County, the kind of game that tradition and legends are built on. Other football fans might hang their hats on The Villages recent success. Despite not playing their first game until 2004, the B uffalo have compiled a 53-29 record and topped out with a school record 9-2 mark last season. I wish the Knights and Buffalo the best of luck. I hope to see one of you in the Citrus Bowl in Orlando in D ecember, playing for a state championship. I r eally do. And with East Ridge and The V illages still in play our football universe is spinning again on its pr oper axis Sports fans welcome return of Knights to postseason play Frank Jolley SPOR TS EDITOR sports@dailycommercial.com G ROVELAND Principal: Banks was not fired FILE PHO TO I n five years as head coach,Walter Banks led South Lake High School to a 22-27 record,including a 4-6 mark in 2011.Banks said he expects to remain on the faculty until the end of the school year. THIS WEEKS GAMES All games start at 7 p.m.unless noted. EAST RIDGE (8-3 at ORLANDO EVANS (10-1 The Skinn y: The Knights slipped past Ovideo, 21-18,in their first-round playoff game,settingu p a rematch with Class 7A,District 4 rival Orlando Evans.On Oct.7,Evans handed East Ridge a 35-7 loss,and then went on to claimt he District 4 regular season title.Since then, the Knights have reeled off five straight wins. During that streak,the Knights have outscoredt heir opponents 173-84.Theyll need that offensive firepower against Evans,which has rolled u p 313 points in its 11 games,while holding opponents to two TDs per outing. LAST WEEKS GAMES EAST RIDGE 21, O VIEDO 18 The reca p: The Knights generated just enough offense to beat Oviedo in their first-round playoffc ontest.Equally important was the performance of the defense.For the second straight outing, East Ridges defensive unit held its opponents to u nder three TDs. T HE VILLAGES 56,BALDWIN 35 The reca p: Jessie Chavis rushed for 180 yards and scored four touchdowns to lead the Buffalop ast Baldwin in the Class 1A semifinals. Chandler Holt added a TD and 89 yards rushing, a s the Buffalo punished the Indians defense with a bruising running game.Two late-game miscues by Baldwin an interception and ab locked punt broke open a tight game and lifted the Buffalo to victory. F HSAA PLAYOFFS G ames involving area teams FIRST-ROUND SCORES; CLASS 7A-REGION 1 East Ridge 21, O viedo 18 CLASS 4A-REGION 2 Jacksonville Bolles 42, South Sumter 21 CLASS 1A-REGION 4 T he Villages 56, B aldwin 35 Lak e Butler Union County 42, Wildw ood 14 T HIS WEEKS GAMES FRIDAY C LASS 7A-REGION 1 SEMIFINALS East Ridge at Orlando Ev ans, 7 :30 p m. CLASS 1A-REGION 4 FINALS The Villages at Lake Butler Union County 7:30 p.m.

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Friday, November 25, 2011SOUTH LAKE PRESS B 5 M a il-in rebates are making a comeback for the frugal-minded shoppers across the globe. I can remember when mail-in rebates w ere the norm for everyday s hopping. I had to keep a log of when I mailed our the refunds v s. when they arrived. R ebate forms can range from e lectronics to cleaning supplies a nd household items, and can be o ffered by the manufacturer or a s pecific store. You need to pay c lose attention to what your f orms say because many require y our original receipt. But if you p lan ahead, you can print the f orms separately as you check o ut. O nline rebates are becoming m ore and more common as well. R etailers try to make it easy for you to get your rebate in the system and processed quickly. You can find a list of current mail-in rebate forms available on m y site www.DivineDealDiva.com, o r www.Refundsweepers.com Here are a few tips to help you g et the most from rebates: K R ead the instructions before y ou mail out the form. Many r etailers require your original r eceipt, and also a UPC code ( proof of purchase). D ocumentation is key when subm itting a mail-in rebate or online r ebate. K W rite neatly on the form prov ided if possible. K K eep a record of when you s ubmitted the form. K D o not buy an item that you d ont need just to get the rebate. Spending money to get a rebate is not being very frugal. Rebatec hecks can take 6 to 12 weeks to arrive. K B e on time and prompt with y our mail-in rebate. It is a good rule of thumb to get the rebate s ubmitted right away, and not at t he end of the offer. This ensures t hat you get exactly what is advertised on the form. K K eep a copy for yourself of w hat was submitted. This is to ensure you receive the correct rebate. If there is an error, you c an follow up with the original i nformation. Y ou can build a nice savings a ccount with just your rebate f orms. I nstead of cashing the check a nd spending it right away, put the dollars away for a rain day or n ext Christmas. Then when the time comes and a big purchase is n eeded, you will already have a fund to draw money from. Black Friday and Cyber Monday r eminder: Dont forget that most o f the sale items you find in store w ill also be available online duri ng the same shopping hours. A lso, the following Monday is C yber Monday. Make sure to c heck out www.DivineDealDiva.com for all your free shopping/shipping codes and more. Tanya Senseney has been coupling more than 14 years.She teaches families how to reduce their monthly grocery expenditures,and give back to the community.Would you like Tanya to speak at your next event,or would you like her to host a workshop? Contact her at Tanya@DivineDealDiva.com. T T a a n n y y a a S S e e n n s s e e n n e e y y DIVINE DEAL DIVA Mail-in rebates are making comeback Special to theSouth Lake Press J ames Jim Jennings has been named executive director for Superior Residences of Clermont, located at 1600 Hunt Trace Blvd. Jennings has extensive e xperience in this field h aving served as executive director at assisted living facilities in Albany, Ga., and Bradenton. For the last five years he ser v e d as the divisional dir e ctor of human r esources for Emeritus Senior Living. J ennings has a masters in public administr a tion a nd health ser vices man agement fr om W ebster U n iversity, St. Louis. He also earned a B.S. in mark eting with a minor in econ omics from the University of North Carolina. O n the personal side, he spent 22 years in the U.S.M arine Corps and retired as a major. For a shortw hile, he played profess ional baseball for the St. L ouis Cardinals until an injury ended his career. J ennings involvement with communities he hasl ived in includes volunteer ing with the Manatee C ounty Sheriffs Department and the Orlando P olice Department. H e has two daughters o ne attending college and one a senior in high s chool. Superior Residences offers all the ser vices nor m ally associated with an assisted living center, but with special modifications t o meet the unique needs o f residents with memory c ar e issues such as those with Alzheimers disease. For information call 3523 94-5549. CLERMONT Jennings Joins Superior Residences as director JIM JENNINGS Special to the South Lake Press L.A. Tan has promoted L isa Zelaya to manager a nd Lisa Lo w ry to assistant manager at the C lermont salon at 1670 E. H ighway 50. R ick Patel, owner and chief executive officer, said Zelaya joined L.A. T an early this year as a m anager trainee. S he has more than 20 y ears of exper i ence in the r etail and hospitality i ndustry, and was formerl y in the management p rogram at Panera Bread, he said. Z elaya attended Valenc ia College. She is also the CEO of L.A. Zelaya Cons truction Inc. (formerly known as L.A. L o wry has been with t he company since 2005 and recently graduated f rom Westside Vocational T echnical School with a l icense in massage therap y. I n her new role, Zelaya w as also recently involved in training and hiring a n ew manager for the new L .A. Tan in Tampa located at 5323 Gunn Highway. Lisa is an exceptional administrator with pers onal dr ive, customer a ppeal and creativity, said Patel. We expect her t o play a key role in our c ontinued gr o w th. CLERMONT L.A. Tan names new manager, assistant manager S pecial to the South Lake Press T he Lake-Sumter Commun ity C o llege Foundation, Inc. is offer i ng commemor a tiv e b ricks to community members who would like to sup por t the new C o oper M emor ial Library at LSCC South Lake Campus. The bricks are $50, and i nclude up to three lines of t ext. Funds will be used to f und a variety of programs at the new library. To reserve a brick and supp ort the Cooper Memorial Library, call 352-365-3518. CLERMONT Public can leave a legacy at new libr ary

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N N e e e e d d e e d d F F / / T T , h h r r l l y y p p a a y y p p l l u u s s c c o o m m m m i i s s s s i i o o n n . B B e e n n e e f f i i t t s s & & p p a a i i d d v v a a c c a a t t i i o o n n . A A p p p p l l y y i i n n p p e e r r s s o o n n 1 1 3 3 4 4 S S U U S S H H w w y y . 4 4 4 4 1 1 L L a a d d y y L L a a k k e e 3 3 2 2 1 1 5 5 9 9 o o r r F F a a x x r r e e s s u u m m e e t t o o : : 3 3 5 5 2 2 6 6 2 2 9 9 6 6 9 9 9 9 0 0 S S C C H H O O O O L L B B U U S S D D R R I I V V E E R R S S N N E E E E D D E E D D T T r r a a i i n n i i n n g g p p r r o o v v i i d d e e d d . 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L L e e e e s s b b u u r r g g o o r r E E m m a a i i l l : : C C a a r r r r i i e e r r s s @ @ d d a a i i l l y y c c o o m m m m e e r r c c i i a a l l . c c o o m m C C a a n n d d i i d d a a t t e e s s m m u u s s t t h h a a v v e e r r e e l l i i a a b b l l e e t t r r a a n n s s p p o o r r t t a a t t i i o o n n , D D r r i i v v e e r r s s L L i i c c e e n n s s e e & & I I n n s s . E E O O E E 470General CDL-Adrivers needed for immediate openings. OTR and Dedicated Regional positions available. Must have Class A CDL and a minimum of 2 years verifiable OTR exp. C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 7 7 3 3 5 5 0 0 0 0 3 3 5 5 450 Trades P P R R O O F F E E S S S S I I O O N N A A L L P P R R O O P P E E R R T T Y Y M M G G M M T T . M M A A I I N N T T E E N N A A N N C C E E T T E E C C H H . for 55+ Community in Eustis/Umatilla area. Proactive maint. of infrastructure; excel. customer service skills; professional appearance and operational functionality are keys t o success in this position. Expertise must be demonstrated in carpentry, plumbing, electrical and other trade skills as well as knowledge of power tool, mower and vehicular operation and repair. Candidate must have at least 2 yrs. supervisory exp. Prior Golf Course maint. and Certified Pool Operator status is a plus, but will train. A A p p p p l l y y i i n n p p e e r r s s o o n n a a t t : : S S u u n n l l a a k k e e E E s s t t a a t t e e s s 1 1 0 0 4 4 5 5 G G r r e e a a t t L L a a k k e e s s B B l l v v d d , G G r r a a n n d d I I s s l l a a n n d d , F F L L 3 3 2 2 7 7 3 3 5 5 . E E O O E E M M / / F F / / D D / / V V 450 Trades R R N N S S & & L L P P N N S S D D a a i i l l y y p p a a y y . H H o o s s p p i i c c e e , N N u u r r s s i i n n g g H H o o m m e e , C C o o r r r r e e c c t t i i o o n n s s , P P s s y y c c h h , H H o o s s p p i i t t a a l l . 8 8 6 6 6 6 4 4 3 3 1 1 8 8 7 7 0 0 0 0 A A p p p p l l y y o o n n l l i i n n e e w w w w w w . n n u u r r s s e e t t e e m m p p s s . c c o o m m P P E E R R S S O O N N A A L L A A S S S S I I S S T T A A N N T T M M E E D D I I C C A A L L B B A A S S E E T T Y Y P P I I S S T T Must have computer skills and able to type 50 60WPM.Unique opportunity & professional setting. Seeking intelligent, highly motivated, professional appearing individual. F F a a x x r r e e s s u u m m e e t t o o : : 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 1 1 5 5 1 1 7 7 0 0 3 3 435 Medical N N E E E E D D E E D D I I M M M M E E D D I I A A T T E E L L Y Y H H H H A A / / C C N N A A T T o o t t a a k k e e c c a a r r e e o o f f m m a a l l e e a a g g e e 4 4 9 9 w w h h e e e e l l c c h h a a i i r r b b o o u u n n d d i i n n p p r r i i v v a a t t e e h h o o m m e e m m u u s s t t b b e e r r e e s s p p o o n n s s i i b b l l e e , s s t t r r o o n n g g , d d e e d d i i c c a a t t e e d d & & c c a a r r i i n n g g N N O O N N S S M M O O K K E E R R , k k n n o o w w h h o o w w t t o o a a d d m m i i n n i i s s t t e e r r i i n n s s u u l l i i n n p p l l u u s s o o t t h h e e r r m m e e d d i i c c a a t t i i o o n n s s . M M O O S S T T I I M M P P O O R R T T A A N N T T P P R R E E P P A A R R E E A A N N D D C C O O O O K K M M E E A A L L S S , S S O O M M E E H H O O U U S S E E K K E E E E P P I I N N G G i i n n c c l l u u d d e e d d . M M u u s s t t h h a a v v e e a a D D r r . L L i i c c e e n n s s e e & & R R e e f f e e r r e e n n c c e e s s . W W e e e e k k e e n n d d s s S S a a t t . & & S S u u n n . F F r r o o m m 2 2 p p m m t t o o 1 1 0 0 p p m m . P P a a y y $ $ 9 9 / / h h r r . C C o o u u l l d d b b e e b b i i l l i i n n g g u u a a l l S S p p a a n n i i s s h h / / E E n n g g l l i i s s h h . 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F F / / T T C C e e n n t t e e r r S S t t a a t t e e B B a a n n k k L L e e e e s s b b u u r r g g B B r r a a n n c c h h E E x x p p e e r r i i e e n n c c e e p p r r e e f f e e r r r r e e d d . N N e e e e d d c c a a s s h h h h a a n n d d l l i i n n g g a a n n d d p p e e o o p p l l e e s s k k i i l l l l s s . S S e e e e w w e e b b s s i i t t e e w w w w w w . c c e e n n t t e e r r s s t t a a t t e e b b a a n n k k . c c o o m m f f o o r r j j o o b b d d e e t t a a i i l l s s & & a a p p p p l l i i c c a a t t i i o o n n . E E O O E E 421Financial A A D D V V E E R R T T I I S S I I N N G G S S A A L L E E S S A A S S S S I I S S T T A A N N T T W W e e h h a a v v e e a a n n e e w w p p o o s s i i t t i i o o n n a a v v a a i i l l a a b b l l e e , a a t t t t h h e e N N e e w w s s S S u u n n i i n n S S e e b b r r i i n n g g f f o o r r a a A A D D V V E E R R T T I I S S I I N N G G S S A A L L E E S S A A S S S S I I S S T T A A N N T T R R e e s s p p o o n n s s i i b b i i l l i i t t i i e e s s : : S S c c h h e e d d u u l l i i n n g g c c l l i i e e n n t t a a p p p p o o i i n n t t m m e e n n t t s s . M M a a i i n n t t a a i i n n i i n n g g a a d d v v e e r r t t i i s s i i n n g g s s c c h h e e d d u u l l e e s s . C C l l i i e e n n t t r r e e l l a a t t i i o o n n s s a a n n d d a a s s s s i i s s t t M M u u l l t t i i M M e e d d i i a a A A c c c c o o u u n n t t E E x x e e c c u u t t i i v v e e . S S a a l l a a r r y y + + C C o o m m m m i i s s s s i i o o n n . S S e e n n d d R R e e p p l l y y T T o o : : T T h h e e D D a a i i l l y y C C o o m m m m e e r r c c i i a a l l P P O O B B o o x x 4 4 9 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 7 L L e e e e s s b b u u r r g g , F F L L 3 3 4 4 7 7 4 4 9 9 o o r r E E m m a a i i l l t t o o : : A A d d s s a a l l e e s s j j o o b b s s @ @ d d a a i i l l y y c c o o m m m m e e r r c c i i a a l l . c c o o m m E E O O E E O O U U T T S S I I D D E E S S A A L L E E S S & & T T E E L L E E M M A A R R K K E E T T E E R R S S E E a a s s y y s s a a l l e e $ $ 1 1 4 4 $ $ 2 2 0 0 h h r r s s . p p o o s s s s i i b b l l e e . 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S S e e n n d d R R e e p p l l y y T T o o : : T T h h e e D D a a i i l l y y C C o o m m m m e e r r c c i i a a l l P P O O B B o o x x 4 4 9 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 7 L L e e e e s s b b u u r r g g , F F L L 3 3 4 4 7 7 4 4 9 9 o o r r E E m m a a i i l l t t o o : : A A d d s s a a l l e e s s j j o o b b s s @ @ d d a a i i l l y y c c o o m m m m e e r r c c i i a a l l . c c o o m m E E O O E E J J E E N N K K I I N N S S H H Y Y U U N N D D A A I I O O F F L L E E E E S S B B U U R R G G Is looking for motivated Internet Sales People. Computer & phone skills a must. Must accommodate flexible hrs. Full benefits & Ins. CRM training & leads provided. Must have off site internet access. Interviews Tues. & Wed. C C a a l l l l J J o o s s e e A A l l o o n n s s o o I I n n t t e e r r n n e e t t D D i i r r e e c c t t o o r r 1 1 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 6 6 2 2 5 5 9 9 9 9 0 0 t t o o s s c c h h e e d d u u l l e e a a n n a a p p p p t t . F F o o r r w w a a r r d d r r e e s s u u m m e e s s t t o o j j o o s s e e a a l l o o n n s s o o @ @ j j e e n n k k i i n n s s c c a a r r s s . c c o o m m 410 Sales D D I I S S T T R R I I B B U U T T I I O O N N D D I I S S T T R R I I C C T T M M A A N N A A G G E E R R N N e e e e d d e e d d I I m m m m e e d d i i a a t t e e l l y y f f o o r r t t h h e e D D a a i i l l y y C C o o m m m m e e r r c c i i a a l l c c i i r r c c u u l l a a t t i i o o n n d d e e p p a a r r t t m m e e n n t t . C C a a n n d d i i d d a a t t e e w w i i l l l l h h a a v v e e M M a a n n a a g g e e m m e e n n t t e e x x p p e e r r i i e e n n c c e e , s s a a l l e e s s a a n n d d m m a a r r k k e e t t i i n n g g e e x x p p e e r r i i e e n n c c e e a a p p l l u u s s . C C a a n n d d i i d d a a t t e e w w i i l l l l t t r r a a i i n n a a n n d d h h i i r r e e c c a a r r r r i i e e r r s s t t o o d d e e l l i i v v e e r r t t h h e e l l o o c c a a l l d d a a i i l l y y n n e e w w s s p p a a p p e e r r t t o o c c u u r r r r e e n n t t s s u u b b s s c c r r i i b b e e r r s s . C C a a n n d d i i d d a a t t e e w w i i l l l l b b e e r r e e s s p p o o n n s s i i b b l l e e f f o o r r u u p p d d a a t t i i n n g g r r o o u u t t e e b b o o o o k k s s , s s e e l l l l i i n n g g n n e e w w s s u u b b s s c c r r i i p p t t i i o o n n s s , m m a a i i n n t t a a i i n n i i n n g g e e x x c c e e l l l l e e n n t t c c u u s s t t o o m m e e r r s s e e r r v v i i c c e e a a n n d d a a d d d d r r e e s s s s i i n n g g a a n n y y c c u u s s t t o o m m e e r r c c o o n n c c e e r r n n s s . V V a a l l i i d d D D r r i i v v e e r r s s L L i i c c e e n n s s e e & & i i n n s s u u r r a a n n c c e e r r e e q q u u i i r r e e d d . T T h h i i s s i i s s a a f f u u l l l l t t i i m m e e s s a a l l a a r r i i e e d d p p o o s s i i t t i i o o n n w w i i t t h h b b o o n n u u s s i i n n c c e e n n t t i i v v e e s s . S S c c h h e e d d u u l l e e i i n n c c l l u u d d e e s s d d a a y y , n n i i g g h h t t , w w e e e e k k e e n n d d a a n n d d h h o o l l i i d d a a y y h h o o u u r r s s . P P l l e e a a s s e e s s e e n n d d r r e e s s u u m m e e t t o o D D M M j j o o b b s s @ @ d d a a i i l l y y c c o o m m m m e e r r c c i i a a l l . c c o o m m f f a a x x t t o o 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 6 6 5 5 8 8 2 2 2 2 9 9 o o r r a a p p p p l l y y i i n n p p e e r r s s o o n n a a t t 2 2 1 1 2 2 E E . M M a a i i n n S S t t . L L e e e e s s b b u u r r g g E E O O E E 401 Management 400 Employment 300 Financial M M c c H H A A L L E E R R O O O O F F I I N N G G I I N N C C . R R e e R R o o o o f f s s a a n n d d R R e e p p a a i i r r s s T T i i l l e e , M M e e t t a a l l , S S h h i i n n g g l l e e s s F F l l a a t t R R o o o o f f s s & & M M o o b b i i l l e e H H o o m m e e s s E E x x c c e e l l . R R e e f f s s A A v v a a i i l l . L L i i c c e e n n s s e e d d & & I I n n s s u u r r e e d d C C C C C C 1 1 3 3 2 2 8 8 1 1 9 9 7 7 C C a a l l l l : : 3 3 5 5 2 2 2 2 5 5 5 5 2 2 7 7 5 5 8 8 281Roofing C C L L E E A A N N I I N N G G I I N N & & O O U U T T F F o o r r e e c c l l o o s s u u r r e e & & R R e e n n t t a a l l p p r r o o p p e e r r t t i i e e s s . M M o o w w i i n n g g , h h a a u u l l i i n n g g o o f f f f d d e e b b r r i i s s , & & b b u u s s h h h h o o g g g g i i n n g g , t t r r e e e e w w o o r r k k & & s s t t u u m m p p g g r r i i n n d d i i n n g g C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 1 1 5 5 9 9 0 0 1 1 0 0 o o r r 3 3 5 5 2 2 5 5 0 0 4 4 1 1 5 5 9 9 7 7 252 Home Hauling A A D D D D R R I I T T E E B B O O O O K K K K E E E E P P I I N N G G S S V V C C . 3 3 5 5 2 2 5 5 5 5 2 2 8 8 4 4 7 7 5 5 . I I m m p p l l e e m m e e n n t t & & m m a a n n a a g g e e b b o o o o k k k k e e e e p p i i n n g g t t o o s s m m a a l l l l b b u u s s i i n n e e s s s s n n e e e e d d i i n n g g l l e e s s s s t t h h e e n n 1 1 0 0 1 1 5 5 h h r r s s . a a w w e e e e k k v v i i a a h h o o m m e e o o f f f f i i c c e e . Q Q u u i i c c k k b b o o o o k k s s P P r r o o 202Accounting 201 Insurance 200 At Your Service N N E E E E D D A A N N E E W W C C A A R R E E E E R R ? ? 2 2 w w e e e e k k c c o o u u r r s s e e s s f f o o r r : : A A F F L L A A d d m m i i n n i i s s t t r r a a t t o o r r $ $ 3 3 0 0 0 0 E E K K G G $ $ 4 4 5 5 0 0 N N u u r r s s i i n n g g A A s s s s t t . $ $ 4 4 5 5 0 0 P P h h l l e e b b o o t t o o m m y y $ $ 4 4 5 5 0 0 P P h h y y s s i i c c a a l l R R e e h h a a b b T T e e c c h h . $ $ 4 4 5 5 0 0 w w w w w w . t t a a y y l l o o r r c c o o l l l l e e g g e e . e e d d u u 3 3 5 5 2 2 2 2 4 4 5 5 4 4 1 1 1 1 9 9 160 Schools/ Instruction C C A A T T , grown male, gray tabby, neutered, old cut on left ear. 352-365-9054 102Lost 100 Announcement N N O O T T I I C C E E U U n n d d e e r r F F i i c c t t i i t t i i o o u u s s N N a a m m e e S S t t a a t t u u t t e e L L a a w w P P u u r r s s u u a a n n t t t t o o S S e e c c t t i i o o n n 8 8 6 6 5 5 . 0 0 9 9 , F F l l o o r r i i d d a a S S t t a a t t u u t t e e s s T o Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that t he undersigned, pursuant t o the Fictitious Name Statute Florida Statute 865.09, 2009, will register w ith the Division of Corpor ations, Department of S tate, State of Florida, upon r eceipt of proof of publicat ion for this notice the Fictitious Name, to wit: O O F F F F I I C C E E P P R R O O S S I ntends to register the said F ictitious Name located at the below address: 2 2 6 6 9 9 9 9 C C e e d d a a r r i i d d g g e e C C i i r r c c l l e e C C l l e e r r m m o o n n t t , L L a a k k e e C C o o u u n n t t y y F F l l o o r r i i d d a a 3 3 4 4 7 7 1 1 1 1 That the interested owner in said business enterprise is Taramatee SookdeoRamjattan D ated in Lake County, Florida this 1 1 5 5 t t h h day of N N o o v v e e m m b b e e r r , 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 . /s/Taramatee S ookdeo-Ramjattan Ad.No: 00310893 D ate:11/25/2011 Done and ordered this 14th day of Sept. 2011 Judge Sherri C. Friday Jefferson County Judge of Probate Ad No: 00306026 Nov. 4, 11, 18 & 25 2011 003 Legal Notices I I N N T T H H E E P P R R O O B B A A T T E E C C O O U U R R T T O O F F J J E E F F F F E E R R S S O O N N C C O O U U N N T T Y Y , A A L L A A B B A A M M A A I I N N T T H H E E M M A A T T T T E E R R O O F F : : Alexia Ann Martin a/k/a Lexie Anna Martin D D O O B B : : 04/23/02 C C A A S S E E N N O O . : : 2 2 3 3 1 1 0 0 9 9 2 2 N N O O T T I I C C E E O O F F P P E E N N D D E E N N C C Y Y O O F F A A D D O O P P T T I I O O N N P P R R O O C C E E E E D D I I N N G G To: Charles Raymond Marlow III, Whose whereabouts are unknown, you are notified that David Lee Barnett has filed in this Court a Petition for Leave to Adopt Alexia Ann Martin a/k/a Lexie Anna, a minor, DOB 04/23/02, and it is ordered that a dispositional hearing be and the same is hereby set for Wednesday, January 11, 2012, at 2:00 P.M.. in said Court in the City of Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama. Please be advised that if you intend to contest the adoption, you must file a written response within thirty (30 counsel for said Petitioner, whose name and address is shown below and with the clerk of the said probate Court. Donald J. Nettles, Esq., attorney for Petitioner David Lee Marlow, Baker Donelson Bearman Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC 420 20th Street North 1600 Wells Fargo tower Birmingham, Alabama 35203 I I N N T T H H E E C C O O U U N N T T Y Y C C O O U U R R T T I I N N A A N N D D F F O O R R L L A A K K E E C C O O U U N N T T Y Y , F F L L O O R R I I D D A A C C O O U U N N T T Y Y C C I I V V I I L L D D I I V V I I S S I I O O N N Case No: 11CC2407 S UMMER BAY PARTNERSHIP, a Florida general p artnership P laintiff, vs. K AREN L. BARNETT et al D efendant(s N N O O T T I I C C E E O O F F S S A A L L E E P P U U R R S S U U A A N N T T T T O O F F . S S . C C H H A A P P T T E E R R 4 4 5 5 N N O O T T I I C C E E I I S S G G I I V V E E N N that purs uant to a Final Judgment o f Foreclosure in the capt ioned matter dated N N o o v v e e m m b b e e r r 8 8 , 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 I will sell to the h ighest bidder for cash at the front door of the Lake C ounty Judicial Center, 550 W est Main Street, Tavares, F lorida 32778, at 11:00 a .m. on D D e e c c e e m m b b e e r r 8 8 , 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 t he following-described p roperty, all of which are SUMMER ISLES CONDOM INIUM I according to the D eclaration of Condominium, thereof recorded in Off icial Records Book 2172, p age 2336 Public Records of Lake County, Florida, as a mended. Count 11 MAURICIO A. R OBALLO and MARTHA L. T ABARES Timeshare Period Week (W ium Unit No. 408403 Dated November 8, 2011 N EIL KELLY C lerk of the Court By: /s/V.UHL Deputy Clerk P aul M. Caldwell Caldwell & Payne, P.A. Post Office Box 120069C lermont, FL 34712 T elephone: 352-242-2670 Attorney Ad. No 00310128N ovember 18 &25, 2011 003 Legal Notices I I N N T T H H E E C C O O U U N N T T Y Y C C O O U U R R T T I I N N A A N N D D F F O O R R L L A A K K E E C C O O U U N N T T Y Y , F F L L O O R R I I D D A A C C O O U U N N T T Y Y C C I I V V I I L L D D I I V V I I S S I I O O N N C ase No: 11CC2406 SUMMER BAY PARTNERSHIP, a Florida general partnership P laintiff, vs. JAMES T. BARKER and LOIS M. RANDALL et al Defendant(s N N O O T T I I C C E E O O F F S S A A L L E E P P U U R R S S U U A A N N T T T T O O F F . S S . C C H H A A P P T T E E R R 4 4 5 5 N N O O T T I I C C E E I I S S G G I I V V E E N N that pursuant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure in the captioned matter dated N N o o v v e e m m b b e e r r 8 8 , 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 I will sell to the highest bidder for cash at the front door of the Lake County Judicial Center, 550 West Main Street, Tavares, Florida 32778, at 11:00 a.m. on D D e e c c e e m m b b e e r r 8 8 , 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 the following-described property, all of which are SUMMER BAY RESORT CONDOMINIUM III according to the Declaration of Condominium, thereof recorded in Official Records Book 1681, page 1850, Public Records of Lake County, Florida, as amended. Count 11 ROBERT C. MELLAS JR. Timeshare Period Week (E Unit No. 407205 Dated November 8, 2011 NEIL KELLY Clerk of the Court By: /s/V.UHL Deputy Clerk Paul M. Caldwell Caldwell & Payne, P.A. Post Office Box 120069 Clermont, FL 34712 Telephone: 352-242-2670 Attorney Ad. No. 00310126 November 18 & 25, 2011 I I N N T T H H E E C C O O U U N N T T Y Y C C O O U U R R T T I I N N A A N N D D F F O O R R L L A A K K E E C C O O U U N N T T Y Y , F F L L O O R R I I D D A A C C O O U U N N T T Y Y C C I I V V I I L L D D I I V V I I S S I I O O N N Case No: 11CC2370 S UMMER BAY PARTNERSHIP, a Florida general p artnership P laintiff, vs. D AVID G. AHL and EDEN D AWN AHL et al Defendant(s N N O O T T I I C C E E O O F F S S A A L L E E P P U U R R S S U U A A N N T T T T O O F F . S S . C C H H A A P P T T E E R R 4 4 5 5 N N O O T T I I C C E E I I S S G G I I V V E E N N that purs uant to a Final Judgment o f Foreclosure in the capt ioned matter dated N N o o v v e e m m b b e e r r 8 8 , 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 I will sell to the highest bidder for cash at t he front door of the Lake C ounty Judicial Center, 550 W est Main Street, Tavares, F lorida 32778, at 11:00 a .m. on D D e e c c e e m m b b e e r r 8 8 , 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 t he following-described property, all of which are S UMMER BAY RESORT C ONDOMINIUM III according to the Declaration of Condom inium, thereof recorded in O fficial Records Book 1681, page 1850, Public Records o f Lake County, Florida, as a mended. C ount 8 DONNA MAE HANN a nd WILLIAM B. HANN Timeshare Period Week (EN o. 401105 D ated November 8, 2011 N EIL KELLY Clerk of the Court By: /s/V.UHL D eputy Clerk Paul M. Caldwell Caldwell & Payne, P.A.P ost Office Box 120069 C lermont, FL 34712 Telephone: 352-242-2670 AttorneyA d. No. 00310130 November 18 &25, 2011 003 Legal Notices I I N N T T H H E E C C O O U U N N T T Y Y C C O O U U R R T T I I N N A A N N D D F F O O R R L L A A K K E E C C O O U U N N T T Y Y , F F L L O O R R I I D D A A C C O O U U N N T T Y Y C C I I V V I I L L D D I I V V I I S S I I O O N N Case No: 11CC2345 SUMMER BAY PARTNERSHIP, a Florida general partnership Plaintiff, vs. KENNETH E. ABERCROMBIE JR. and SANDRA L. ABERCROMBIE et al Defendant(s N N O O T T I I C C E E O O F F S S A A L L E E P P U U R R S S U U A A N N T T T T O O F F . S S . C C H H A A P P T T E E R R 4 4 5 5 N N O O T T I I C C E E I I S S G G I I V V E E N N that pursuant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure in the captioned matter dated N N o o v v e e m m b b e e r r 8 8 , 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 I will sell to the highest bidder for cash at the front door of the Lake County Judicial Center, 550 West Main Street, Tavares, Florida 32778, at 11:00 a.m. on D D e e c c e e m m b b e e r r 8 8 , 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 the following-described property, all of which are SUMMER ISLES CONDOMINIUM I according to the Declaration of Condominium, thereof recorded in Official Records Book 2172, page 2336, Public Records of Lake County, Florida, as amended. Count 1 KENNETH E. ABERCROMBIE JR and SANDRA L..ABERCROMBIE Timeshare Period Week (O Condominium Unit No. 402305 Dated November 8, 2011 NEIL KELLY Clerk of the Court By: /s/V.UHL Deputy Clerk Paul M. Caldwell Caldwell & Payne, P.A. Post Office Box 120069 Clermont, FL 34712 Telephone: 352-242-2670 Attorney Ad. No. 00310124 November 18 &25, 2011 P P U U B B L L I I C C N N O O T T I I C C E E U NCLAIMED VEHICLE AUCT ION. THE FOLLOWING VEHICLE(SF OR CHARGES DUE ON: D D e e c c e e m m b b e e r r 1 1 2 2 , 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 A A T T 8 8 : : 3 3 0 0 A A . M M . 1 1 9 9 9 9 6 6 Y Y A A M M A A H H A A J J Y Y 4 4 3 3 G G G G A A 0 0 8 8 T T A A 1 1 0 0 8 8 7 7 5 5 2 2 1 1 9 9 9 9 8 8 C C H H E E V V R R O O L L E E T T 1 1 G G C C C C S S 1 1 4 4 4 4 1 1 W W K K 2 2 1 1 4 4 2 2 2 2 7 7 THE ADDRESS WHERE THE VEHICLES ARE STORED: R R E E V V I I S S T T O O W W I I N N G G & & R R E E C C O O V V E E R R Y Y O O F F G G R R O O V V E E L L A A N N D D , I I N N C C . 7 7 1 1 3 3 0 0 E E . S S R R 5 5 0 0 G G R R O O V V E E L L A A N N D D , F F L L 3 3 4 4 7 7 3 3 6 6 Ad.000310881 November 25, 2011 P P U U B B L L I I C C N N O O T T I I C C E E UNCLAIMED VEHICLE AUCT ION. THE FOLLOWING VEH ICLE(S F OR CHARGES DUE ON: D D e e c c e e m m b b e e r r 0 0 9 9 , 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 A A T T 8 8 : : 3 3 0 0 A A . M M . 1 1 9 9 9 9 3 3 O O L L D D S S M M O O B B L L E E 1 1 G G H H D D U U 0 0 6 6 L L X X P P T T 3 3 0 0 0 0 5 5 0 0 9 9 T HE ADDRESS WHERE THE VEHICLES ARE STORED: R R E E V V I I S S T T O O W W I I N N G G & & R R E E C C O O V V E E R R Y Y O O F F G G R R O O V V E E L L A A N N D D , I I N N C C . 7 7 1 1 3 3 0 0 E E . S S R R 5 5 0 0 G G R R O O V V E E L L A A N N D D , F F L L 3 3 4 4 7 7 3 3 6 6 A d.00310880 N ovember 25, 2011 003Legal Notices 2 Legal Notices NeedaCar?Checkout Classified Section1200 NeedaCar?Checkout Classified Section1200 N e e d a J o b ?C h e c k o u t C l a s s i f i e d S e c t i o n 4 0 0

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Friday, November 25, 2011SOUTH LAKE PRESS B 11 L L E E E E S S B B U U R R G G 3/1, newly remodeled, CHA, big yard, nice area. 1014 Oak $800/mo. Call Ron at ERA Realty 352-319-9601 H H O O W W E E Y Y I I N N T T H H E E H H I I L L L L S S 2 2 , 7 7 0 0 0 0 s s f f 3 3 / / 3 3 . S S p p l l i i t t l l e e v v e e l l 2 2 p p a a t t i i o o s s o o v v e e r r l l o o o o k k i i n n g g L L a a k k e e H H a a r r r r i i s s i i n n C C o o u u n n t t r r y y C C l l u u b b . J J a a c c u u z z z z i i , p p a a r r t t i i a a l l l l y y f f u u r r n n . $ $ 1 1 , 3 3 0 0 0 0 / / m m o o + + $ $ 1 1 , 3 3 0 0 0 0 l l a a s s t t . C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 4 4 0 0 6 6 5 5 7 7 2 2 8 8 F F R R U U I I T T L L A A N N D D P P A A R R K K 6 6 b b r r / / 4 4 b b a a o o l l d d e e r r h h o o m m e e w w / / s s c c r r n n p p o o o o l l , z z o o n n e e d d f f o o r r b b u u s s i i n n e e s s s s i i d d e e a a l l 2 2 f f a a m m i i l l y y h h o o m m e e w w i i t t h h u u p p s s t t a a i i r r s s k k i i t t c c h h e e n n & & b b a a t t h h o o r r a a s s A A s s s s i i s s t t e e d d L L i i v v i i n n g g , O O f f f f i i c c e e o o r r D D a a y y c c a a r r e e . $ $ 1 1 , 1 1 5 5 0 0 p p e e r r m m o o . P P e e t t s s O O K K . C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 6 6 3 3 6 6 2 2 5 5 9 9 4 4 F F R R U U I I T T L L A A N N D D P P A A R R K K 4/2 nice yard, new tile, carpet & paint. Good neighborhood. $875/mo + security. For pictures. Call 352-430-7023 E E U U S S T T I I S S , 3/1.5. Rent for $750/mo. + 1st/last. Close to downtown. 352-589-0998 E E U U S S T T I I S S 5 5 / / 3 3 w w / / e e x x t t r r a a r r o o o o m m s s , 1 1 a a c c r r e e s s h h a a d d e e d d l l o o t t , 4 4 0 0 4 4 7 7 E E . O O r r a a n n g g e e A A v v e e . $ $ 1 1 , 3 3 5 5 0 0 / / m m o o C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 4 4 8 8 3 3 4 4 5 5 4 4 6 6 E E U U S S T T I I S S 3 3 / / 2 2 / / 2 2 W W a a t t e e r r f f r r o o n n t t C C u u s s t t o o m m E E x x e e c c u u t t i i v v e e h h o o m m e e i i n n p p e e a a c c e e f f u u l l n n e e i i g g h h b b o o r r h h o o o o d d . S S m m . p p e e t t s s O O K K . A A l l l l t t i i l l e e . B B e e a a u u t t i i f f u u l l v v i i e e w w s s . C C h h a a i i n n a a c c c c e e s s s s ! A A v v a a i i l l . D D e e c c . 1 1 s s t t . L L a a w w n n c c a a r r e e i i n n c c l l . a a t t $ $ 1 1 2 2 5 5 0 0 / / m m o o . + + s s e e c c u u r r i i t t y y . C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 4 4 0 0 8 8 4 4 3 3 7 7 3 3 E E U U S S T T I I S S 3/2.5 w/garage, good neighborhood, fenced. $1100/mo. 352-357-9305 C C L L E E R R M M O O N N T T 3bd/1ba. on Desoto St $850 + Security. Call Randy 352-874-1451 C C E E N N T T E E R R H H I I L L L L , 4 4 / / 1 1 w w a a t t e e r r i i n n c c l l . $ $ 5 5 5 5 0 0 1 1 s s t t & & l l a a s s t t . 3 3 5 5 2 2 4 4 8 8 4 4 3 3 6 6 5 5 0 0 o o r r 3 3 5 5 2 2 4 4 9 9 4 4 7 7 2 2 8 8 8 8 . 806Houses Unfurnished T T H H E E V V I I L L L L A A G G E E S S , Jan. Mar. 2012, 2/2, amenities, scrn rm. & lanai. $2,100/mo. 352-750-1314 or 330-591-5705 805 Houses Furnished * N N E E W W L L Y Y R R E E M M O O D D E E L L E E D D * D D o o r r a a C C a a n n a a l l 1 1 / / 2 2 p p r r i i c c e e ! 6 6 M M O O S S . F F R R E E E E R R E E N N T T ! 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 4 4 3 3 7 7 4 4 0 0 1 1 802Vacation Rentals 800 Real Estate F or Rent W W O O R R K K B B E E N N C C H H n n e e w w 4 4 8 8 f f t t . $ $ 8 8 0 0 m m a a x x . 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 4 4 3 3 7 7 2 2 0 0 1 1 T T A A B B L L E E S S A A W W 1 1 0 0 R R Y Y O O B B I I . A A s s k k i i n n g g $ $ 6 6 5 5 . S S O O L L D D ! ! ! ! ! ! T T A A B B L L E E S S A A W W 10 Firestorm, excel. cond. $85. Please call 352-793-9159 S S C C R R O O L L L L S S A A W W 1 1 6 6 C C r r a a f f t t s s m m a a n n . $ $ 5 5 5 5 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 2 2 4 4 2 2 1 1 6 6 0 0 9 9 R R O O O O F F I I N N G G G G U U N N L L i i k k e e N N e e w w ! $ $ 5 5 0 0 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 1 1 4 4 0 0 1 1 9 9 9 9 P P R R E E S S S S U U R R E E W W A A S S H H E E R R 1 1 4 4 5 5 0 0 P P S S I I , l l i i k k e e n n e e w w . $ $ 9 9 0 0 . 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 6 6 5 5 1 1 6 6 6 6 5 5 L L A A D D D D E E R R D716-2 Werner. 16, alum. Ext. 200lb. road capacity. $40 352-385-7359 E E N N G G I I N N E E 6 6 h h p p B B r r i i g g g g s s & & S S t t r r a a t t t t o o n n j j u u s s t t t t u u n n e e d d . $ $ 6 6 0 0 . 3 3 5 5 2 2 5 5 6 6 9 9 4 4 2 2 3 3 7 7 D D R R I I L L L L P P R R E E S S S S 8 Craftsman, good cond. $35. Please cal l S S O O L L D D ! ! ! C C A A R R P P E E N N T T E E R R S S T T O O O O L L A A P P R R O O N N N N e e w w $ $ 8 8 0 0 A A s s k k i i n n g g $ $ 5 5 0 0 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 5 5 5 5 1 1 4 4 9 9 2 2 1 1 B B A A N N D D S S A A W W 12 variable, good cond. $30. Please cal l S S O O L L D D ! ! ! A A I I R R C C O O M M P P R R E E S S S S O O R R S S 3 portable. All $100 Call Dave 352-255-7623 A A I I R R C C O O M M P P R R E E S S S S O O R R Campbell Hauseld. 11 gallon, 3.5hp $75 352-259-8386 685Tools/ Machinery W W E E T T S S U U I I T T J J A A C C K K E E T T W W o o m m e e n n s s x x l l a a r r g g e e . $ $ 4 4 0 0 . 3 3 5 5 2 2 2 2 5 5 9 9 8 8 0 0 9 9 0 0 T T R R A A M M P P O O L L I I N N E E 1 1 4 4 A A s s k k i i n n g g $ $ 7 7 5 5 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 5 5 7 7 3 3 6 6 1 1 6 6 R R O O D D S S & & R R E E E E L L S S . H H e e a a v v y y d d u u t t y y , s s a a l l t t w w a a t t e e r r . $ $ 7 7 5 5 C C a a l l l l 7 7 1 1 6 6 5 5 5 5 0 0 0 0 5 5 3 3 9 9 R R O O D D glass. Penn Jig Master. New Daiwa 3505 Spin Reel $85. 352-793-4019 G G O O L L F F C C L L U U B B S S , B B A A G G & & B B A A L L L L S S $ $ 3 3 2 2 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 7 7 5 5 3 3 0 0 6 6 5 5 7 7 G G O O L L F F C C L L U U B B S S 3 iron thru SW, driver, 3 wood, putter. $75 352-245-0716 G G O O L L F F C C L L U U B B S S new ladies fine irons oversized woods & bag. $50. 352-735-6927 G G O O L L F F C C L L U U B B S S Mens Ping G5 graphite, 4 iron sand wedge $99. S S O O L L D D ! G G O O L L F F C C L L U U B B S S mens Master Grip, irons, 3 woods & bag. $65 Call 352-787-7093. G G O O L L F F C C L L U U B B S S J J M M a a x x h h y y b b r r e e d d s s 3 3 t t o o w w e e d d g g e e . $ $ 9 9 0 0 . 6 6 0 0 8 8 3 3 4 4 7 7 1 1 4 4 8 8 3 3 D D R R I I V V E E R R T T a a y y l l o o r r M M a a d d e e , R R 9 9 , a a d d j j u u s s t t a a b b l l e e h h e e a a d d . $ $ 9 9 9 9 . 3 3 5 5 2 2 7 7 4 4 2 2 0 0 1 1 9 9 5 5 B B O O W W L L I I N N G G B B A A L L L L 1 1 0 0 l l b b s s & & B B a a g g $ $ 2 2 5 5 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 7 7 8 8 7 7 0 0 8 8 8 8 8 8 B B I I C C Y Y C C L L E E , Ladies, 26 New. 6 speed, alum. frame. $85. Call 352-253-0271 B B I I C C Y Y C C L L E E Mens 24 18 speed. Power Climber. New. $85 Call 352-253-0271 B B I I C C Y Y C C L L E E Magna 26 15 speed, rides great, needs new peddles $40. 352-630-0818 B B I I C C Y Y C C L L E E Dahon folding, 16 wheels, 3 speed. $75 Please call 352-324-3235 B B I I C C Y Y C C L L E E 3 wheel, New Miami Sun. Cost $425, sell for $190 S S O O L L D D 1 1 S S T T C C A A L L L L ! B B I I C C Y Y C C L L E E 26 Ladies, Large Seat & Tires. 3 sp. works great! $45 Call 352-728-4913 B B A A S S K K E E T T B B A A L L L L C C O O U U R R T T Lifetime. Adjustable. $80 Please call 352-357-3616 675 Sports/ Recreation T T R R E E A A D D M M I I L L L L V V i i s s i i o o n n F F i i t t n n e e s s s s T T 9 9 7 7 0 0 0 0 . $ $ 1 1 0 0 0 0 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 6 6 3 3 6 6 1 1 6 6 6 6 3 3 T T R R E E A A D D M M I I L L L L Pro Form LS, works fine, mat needs glueing. $99 352-742-1527 T T O O T T A A L L G G Y Y M M Platinum, Multi-training door gym. & Perfect push up. $85 348-3183 E E X X E E R R C C I I S S E E B B I I K K E E , like new cond. w/electronic readings. $90 Call 352-728-8213 E E X X E E R R C C I I S S E E B B I I K K E E , e e x x c c e e l l . c c o o n n d d . $ $ 7 7 0 0 P P l l e e a a s s e e c c a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 7 7 4 4 8 8 2 2 1 1 9 9 3 3 B B O O W W F F L L E E X X , Model 400XTL, good shape. $200 Please call 352-253-0875 A A B B L L O O U U N N G G E E R R , g g o o o o d d c c o o n n d d . $ $ 3 3 0 0 P P l l e e a a s s e e c c a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 7 7 8 8 7 7 7 7 5 5 8 8 4 4 674Exercise Equipment F F I I L L E E C C A A B B I I N N E E T T S S (3 drawer, wood w/desk top. Like New. $90 All. 352-365-2301 C C O O M M P P U U T T E E R R D D E E S S K K easy to move w/locking wheels. $35. Call 352-343-4445 C C O O M M P P U U T T E E R R D D E E S S K K 60x23, cherry wood. good cond. $100 246-9948 660Office Furniture/ Supplies P P I I A A N N O O Kimball, excel. cond. plays great. $100. Please call 407-782-0063 G G U U I I T T A A R R M M a a r r k k I I I I . S S a a m m e e a a s s n n e e w w ! $ $ 5 5 0 0 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 7 7 4 4 2 2 2 2 3 3 1 1 5 5 655Musical Instruments W W R R E E S S T T L L I I N N G G T T S S H H I I R R T T S S Rapper Jerseys. Med.-Lg-XL. $100 352-308-9343 W W O O R R K K B B E E N N C C H H new custom built wood 6 $60. Please call 352-343-7201 652Articles For Sale W W E E D D D D I I N N G G D D R R E E S S S S white size 8, beautiful, excel cond. $60. Call 352-483-5661 V V I I D D E E O O G G A A M M E E S S f f o o r r W W I I I I . $ $ 5 5 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 2 2 5 5 5 5 5 5 2 2 7 7 9 9 V V E E R R T T I I C C A A L L B B L L I I N N D D S S White 106 X 96. Heavy duty. $100 Call 352-314-0199 V V A A C C U U U U M M Newly rebuilt Oreck, like new. $99 Please call Al 352-751-0369 V V A A C C U U U U M M C C L L E E A A N N E E R R Kenmore, Premalite. Like new. $55 Call 352-357-0225 V V A A C C U U U U M M O O r r e e c c k k C C a a n n i i s s t t e e r r i i n n o o r r i i g g i i n n a a l l c c a a r r t t o o n n . $ $ 9 9 9 9 3 3 5 5 2 2 7 7 5 5 1 1 0 0 3 3 6 6 9 9 T T E E N N N N I I S S S S H H O O E E S S , new mens, size 8, Adidas leather. $20 Call 352-787-0410 T T A A P P S S H H O O E E S S black w/heel size 9 super taps like new. Asking $20. 352-259-3819 T T A A N N K K T T O O P P H H E E A A T T E E R R p p r r o o p p a a n n e e , u u s s e e d d o o n n c c e e . $ $ 2 2 0 0 . 3 3 5 5 2 2 8 8 7 7 4 4 5 5 5 5 2 2 8 8 S S W W E E E E P P E E R R elec. Kirby with attachments. $95. Please call 352-742-7471 S S U U I I T T S S mens (2 navy & black size 46 coat, pants 41x30. $100. 728-4329 S S U U I I T T C C A A S S E E American Airlines black, new. Asking $10. Call 352-259-3819 S S T T E E A A M M V V A A C C Hoover w/auto rinse feature. $30 Call 352-343-2042 S S H H E E L L V V E E S S 2+ towel bar, 1 pc wall mount. Chrome & glass. $15 352-787-0888 S S E E W W I I N N G G M M A A C C H H I I N N E E Portable w/case, no bobbin holder $15 Call 352-330-4484 S S E E W W I I N N G G M M A A C C H H I I N N E E old, portable, mint cond., case. Asking $95. 3 3 5 5 2 2 7 7 9 9 3 3 5 5 7 7 4 4 1 1 S S E E C C U U R R I I T T Y Y G G A A T T E E S S (2 namental iron. Both 32 wide. $50 Call 352-394-8709 R R I I N N G G by Tiffany & Co. ladies, sterling silver band. $100. Please call 352-636-1279 P P Y Y R R E E X X l l a a r r g g e e c c o o l l l l e e c c t t i i o o n n . N N e e w w & & V V i i n n t t a a g g e e . $ $ 6 6 0 0 . S S O O L L D D ! P P R R O O P P A A N N E E R R E E G G U U L L A A T T O O R R with jet nozzle & control. $5. Call 352-330-2251 P P O O O O L L F F I I L L T T E E R R w/timer used 1 season sacrifice for $75. Call 352-326-8245 P P I I C C T T U U R R E E S S ( ( 4 4 ) ) Oriental hand carved soap stone, beautiful $100. 638-1344 P P I I C C N N I I C C T T A A B B L L E E redwood, 2/benches & 2/redwood stools. $70. 352-551-8798 M M O O T T O O R R , Kohler Magnum 20hp twin side shaft runs good. $250. 874-4535 M M I I S S C C E E L L L L A A N N E E O O U U S S G G A A R R A A G G E E S S A A L L E E I I T T E E M M S S No junk. $50 for all. 352-483-3870 M M I I S S C C I I T T E E M M S S assorted cell phone case, cradle point router $65 Call 352-324-2559 M M I I R R R R O O R R solid heavy, approx. 2Wx4H. Excel. cond. $50 obo Call 352-343-4445 M M A A G G A A Z Z I I N N E E S S 5 5 0 0 q q u u i i l l t t , $ $ 2 2 0 0 P P l l e e a a s s e e c c a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 5 5 7 7 0 0 2 2 2 2 5 5 J J E E W W E E L L R R Y Y old Pocket Watch & Costume jewelry $50 for all. 352-321-6163 J J E E W W E E L L R R Y Y A A R R M M O O I I R R E E o o a a k k , o o n n l l e e g g s s . $ $ 4 4 0 0 . 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 6 6 0 0 1 1 3 3 1 1 7 7 J J E E W W E E L L R R Y Y 25 charms for engraving for necklaces. $25. Call 352-321-6163 J J A A C C K K E E T T leather Wilson excel. cond. Juniors med. Asking $75. 352-455-8178 J J A A C C K K S S T T A A N N D D S S (2 heavy duty Screw Jacks. $50 Call 352-272-9448 I I N N D D O O O O R R L L I I G G H H T T revolving 28 long, excel cond. $100 obo. Call 352-343-7820 H H I I G G H H H H E E A A L L S S (23 pairs size 7 latest fashion, some designer. $50 Call 352-753-4043 G G A A R R M M E E N N T T S S T T E E A A M M E E R R n n e e v v e e r r u u s s e e d d . $ $ 2 2 0 0 . 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 4 4 3 3 8 8 9 9 1 1 3 3 652Articles For Sale F F L L O O O O R R M M A A T T 3 3 x x 5 5 e e x x c c e e l l . c c o o n n d d . $ $ 2 2 5 5 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 5 5 7 7 6 6 4 4 0 0 3 3 F F I I R R E E W W O O O O D D O O a a k k o o v v e e r r a a f f a a c c e e c c o o r r d d . $ $ 8 8 5 5 . C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 8 8 3 3 5 5 8 8 5 5 0 0 F F E E A A T T H H E E R R B B E E D D T T O O P P P P E E R R K K i i n n g g s s i i z z e e c c l l e e a a n n l l i i k k e e n n e e w w . $ $ 3 3 5 5 . C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 5 5 8 8 9 9 6 6 1 1 0 0 7 7 F F A A N N decorative ,Lasko indoor/outdoor 4 tall w/light 3 speed. $40. Call 352-561-1812 E E A A R R R R I I N N G G S S B B e e a a d d e e d d i i n n b b a a g g s s . $ $ 3 3 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 2 2 3 3 0 0 8 8 3 3 1 1 D D V V D D D D I I S S P P L L A A Y Y S S H H E E L L F F 7x4, Blockbuster. Great for books too. $45 352-343-4043 D D I I S S H H E E S S , Fiestaware, Cobalt Blue. (28 $100. Please call 352-250-8290 D D I I S S H H E E S S , Fiestaware, (6 assorted pieces. $60. Please call 352-250-8290 D D I I S S H H E E S S Pyrex large & med. 12 of each. $100. Please call 352-394-6204 D D A A R R T T B B O O A A R R D D Electronic. Sportcfraft 4 player. $50 Call 352-742-2315 C C Y Y P P R R E E S S S S K K N N E E E E S S barrel full ready to carve or craft. $99 Silver Lake area 323-8240 C C U U R R T T A A I I N N S S , (2 86W x 22L w/2 throw pillows. $30. 352-259-3170 C C O O M M F F O O R R T T E E R R SET King, valances & ba accessories. Mauve & Blue $50 314-3292 C C O O M M F F O O R R T T E E R R q q u u e e e e n n B B u u r r g g a a n n d d y y 9 9 p p c c . i i n n c c l l . w w i i n n d d o o w w t t r r e e a a t t m m e e n n t t . $ $ 7 7 0 0 3 3 5 5 2 2 2 2 1 1 7 7 0 0 4 4 3 3 3 3 C C O O M M F F O O R R T T E E R R King size, shams, bed skirt & alot of extras $40 Call 352-250-2302 C C O O A A T T S S leather new, (1 black & (1 $45 for both 352-638-2772 C C O O A A T T , Full length LeatherLadies, small. $75. Call 352-455-8178 C C O O A A T T S S u u e e d d e e & & F F u u r r , W W i i l l s s o o n n s s . $ $ 2 2 0 0 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 4 4 2 2 7 7 0 0 C C O O A A T T Mens black leather. Size M. Colebrook. $100 Call 352-308-9343 C C O O A A T T Mens 44-48. Cashmere, full length double breasted. $100 742-9487 C C L L O O W W N N F F I I G G U U R R I I N N E E S S 4 4 b b o o x x e e s s . $ $ 1 1 0 0 0 0 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 6 6 6 6 9 9 4 4 7 7 8 8 9 9 C C L L O O T T H H I I N N G G women + size. 2X/3X. Shoes brand new in box 12W $60 255-0381 C C H H R R I I S S T T M M A A S S T T R R E E E E L L I I G G H H T T S S Various lengths. $2.50. Call 352-323-8031 C C H H R R I I S S T T M M A A S S T T R R E E E E Cambridge, w/lights. 46 pines cones. 6.5 $50 352-343-3220 C C H H R R I I S S T T M M A A S S T T R R E E E E Blue Spruce 7.5 tall. Paid over $100 asking $25. 352-343-7886 C C H H R R I I S S T T M M A A S S T T R R E E E E 7 7 . 5 5 . $ $ 5 5 0 0 o o b b o o . C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 2 2 3 3 8 8 0 0 3 3 1 1 C C H H R R I I S S T T M M A A S S T T R R E E E E 40 fiber optic, w/stand & spare bulb. $30 obo 352-343-7820 C C H H R R I I S S T T M M A A S S T T R R E E E E 250 p re lit. lights, 6 $45 Excel cond. Call 352-406-1595 C C H H A A P P S S l l e e a a t t h h e e r r w w o o m m a a n n s s . A A s s k k i i n n g g $ $ 8 8 0 0 . C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 5 5 5 5 1 1 8 8 7 7 9 9 8 8 C C H H A A M M P P A A G G N N E E G G L L A A S S S S E E S S 1 1 2 2 l l o o n n g g s s t t e e m m . $ $ 2 2 0 0 o o b b o o . P P l l e e a a s s e e c c a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 7 7 4 4 8 8 7 7 6 6 7 7 8 8 C C E E I I L L I I N N G G F F A A N N Palm Blades. Excel cond. Paid $200. Now $75 Leesburg 308-8142 C C A A B B I I N N E E T T S S 1 wall unit w/3 doors & 1 free standing w 2/doors white $85 750-1979 B B R R A A S S Genie AAH on television. 3. Tan, black & white. Size 2x $35. 793-7982 B B O O O O K K S S Over 30 on Metaphysical Healing. $ 30 Call 352-365-6234 B B O O O O K K S S over 30 on Health & Healing. $30 Call 352-365-6234 B B O O O O K K E E N N D D S S , Civil War engraved marble tone. Lee/Jackson in box $40 702-0529 652Articles For Sale B B I I R R D D F F E E E E D D E E R R c c e e d d a a r r w w o o o o d d B B r r a a n n d d N N e e w w 1 1 0 0 H H x x 1 1 3 3 L L . $ $ 3 3 5 5 . 3 3 5 5 2 2 9 9 7 7 8 8 7 7 4 4 6 6 1 1 B B E E D D S S P P R R E E A A D D full size w/2 shams & valance, embroidered. $50 352-383-2992 B B A A R R S S T T O O O O L L S S ( ( 2 2 ) ) L L i i g g h h t b b a a m m b b o o o o , s s w w i i v v e e l l , L L i i k k e e N N e e w w ! $ $ 5 5 0 0 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 2 2 1 1 7 7 0 0 4 4 3 3 3 3 A A I I R R C C O O N N D D I I T T I I O O N N E E R R window unit 5,000btu. 2 mo old $80 obo. 352-602-4263 652Articles For Sale P P R R I I N N T T E E R R S S Free 2 HP w/purchase of 1 color cartridge $40. 352-343-1046 650Computers & Equip W W A A L L K K E E R R S S & & W W A A L L K K I I N N G G C C A A N N E E . $ $ 1 1 0 0 0 0 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 8 8 2 2 1 1 2 2 6 6 0 0 1 1 W W H H E E E E L L C C H H A A I I R R U U s s e e d d 1 1 t t i i m m e e . $ $ 5 5 0 0 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 7 7 8 8 7 7 4 4 6 6 0 0 5 5 W W A A L L K K E E R R , wheels, seat & basket. Excel. cond. $60. Please call S S O O L L D D ! ! ! ! ! W W A A L L K K E E R R w w / / w w h h e e e e l l g g o o o o d d c c o o n n d d . $ $ 5 5 0 0 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 5 5 8 8 9 9 7 7 2 2 1 1 4 4 W W A A L L K K E E R R New, hand brakes, seat & wheels. $65 Call 352-253-0271 S S C C O O O O T T E E R R Rascal, good cond. $350 Call 352-365-6206 or 352-551-9568 S S C C O O O O T T E E R R P P r r i i d d e e , 3 3 w w h h e e e e l l . $ $ 3 3 5 5 0 0 C C a a n n d d e e l l i i v v e e r r . 3 3 5 5 2 2 7 7 4 4 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 R R A A M M P P folds, w/handle, 3.5 wide x 4.5 long. $100. brand new. Call 352-343-5586 M M A A G G N N E E T T I I C C B B R R A A C C E E L L E E T T Homedics. Unisex. New! $30 Call 352-669-8003 D D I I S S P P O O S S A A B B L L E E B B R R I I E E F F S S x-lg. 59 64, 15 per pkg. $5. 352-326-0631 B B E E D D S S I I D D E E C C O O M M M M O O D D E E never used. $50 Call 352-589-7214 649 Medical S S M M I I T T H H & & W W E E S S S S O O N N Model 39-2, nickel, 9mm. Walnut grip. S S O O L L D D 1 1 S S T T . D D A A Y Y ! S S H H O O T T G G U U N N 16 gauge. Harrington & Richardson. Single shot, $100 978-6288 P P I I S S T T O O L L G G R R I I P P S S P P e e a a r r l l H H a a n n d d l l e e f f o o r r C C o o l l t t C C o o b b r r a a $ $ 9 9 9 9 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 6 6 5 5 1 1 0 0 3 3 1 1 P P E E L L L L E E T T / / B B B B G G U U N N D D a a i i s s y y l l i i k k e e n n e e w w . $ $ 4 4 0 0 . C C a a l l l l S S O O L L D D F F I I R R E E A A R R M M S S T T R R A A I I N N I I N N G G F F L L . C C o o n n c c e e a a l l e e d d L L i i c c e e n n s s e e , G G L L i i c c e e n n s s e e , N N R R A A I I n n s s t t r r u u c c t t o o r r T T r r a a i i n n i i n n g g C C a a l l l l M M a a c c a a t t : : 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 5 5 0 0 2 2 8 8 5 5 5 5 T T h h e e R R i i g g h h t t T T r r a a i i n n i i n n g g . c c o o m m B B L L A A C C K K P P O O W W D D E E R R R R I I F F L L E E 50 caliber. Conn. Valley Arms Bobcat. $99 717-370-1169 640Guns S S E E G G O O P P A A L L M M S S Bright green. 2-3 gallon pots. $7.00 Call 352-748-9185 S S E E G G O O P P A A L L M M S S (2 36Hx36W. $100 for both. Call 352-748-7009 R R I I D D I I N N G G M M O O W W E E R R Snapper, 30 cut, 12.5hp, looks good, runs good. $265. Call 352-409-6940 R R I I D D I I N N G G M M O O W W E E R R Sears 17hp w/bagger & cart. $650 Call 352-253-0875 R R I I D D I I N N G G M M O O W W E E R R Craftsman, 12.5hp, 38 cut, runs great. $285. 409-6940 P P A A T T I I O O S S E E T T PVC. Table & 4 chairs. Like new $125 Please call 517-458-6163 N N O O W W B B U U Y Y I I N N G G Riding Mowers. 2005 & Newer. Please call 352-793-5319 M M O O T T O O R R , Kohler Magnum 20hp twin side shaft runs good. $250. 874-4535 L L A A W W N N S S P P R R I I N N K K L L I I N N G G T T I I M M E E R R new, 6 station, plus wire. $38. C all 352-728-6585 L L A A W W N N M M O O W W E E R R Murray, 22 cut, 4.5hp, like new. $50 Call 352-409-6940 L L A A W W N N M M O O W W E E R R Honda, 21 cut, 5hp, looks great, & runs great. $90 352-409-6940 635Garden L L A A W W N N M M O O W W E E R R Craftsman, 5.5hp, 22 cut, self propelled, runs great. $85 Call 352-409-6940 L L A A W W N N M M O O W W E E R R Craftsman 6.5hp, self propelled. Excel cond. $100 259-7918 L L A A W W N N M M O O W W E E R R Craftsman 5hp 22 cut, self propelled. $55. 502-750-0512 H H E E D D G G E E T T R R I I M M M M E E R R 1 1 7 7 B B l l a a c c k k & & D D e e c c k k e e r r . $ $ 2 2 0 0 . 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 5 5 7 7 3 3 7 7 6 6 4 4 F F O O U U N N T T A A I I N N w/golfer figure & pump. $100 Please call 352-748-2193 F F E E R R T T I I L L I I Z Z E E R R S S P P R R E E A A D D E E R R g g r r a a v v i i t t y y f f e e e e d d , $ $ 1 1 5 5 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 7 7 8 8 7 7 5 5 3 3 4 4 0 0 E E D D G G E E R R / / T T R R I I M M M M E E R R B B l l a a c c k k & & D D e e c c k k e e r r . $ $ 3 3 5 5 . C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 5 5 7 7 3 3 7 7 6 6 4 4 E E D D G G E E R R Craftsman 4hp, like new runs great, $75. Please call 352-365-2632 E E D D G G E E R R Briggs & Stratton 3 wheels, new blade. Only $45. Call 352-728-4913 C C R R E E P P E E M M Y Y R R T T L L E E S S (2 Pink, 6 & 15 in ground. You dig. FREE 365-9054 C C O O U U C C H H Ratan, indoor/outdoor, w/cushions, fern/floral, lt. blue print. 82. Great cond. $175 735-4242 635Garden W W I I N N D D O O W W S S (2 white, 35W x 36H, $100 Brand new! 352-429-2742 W W I I N N D D O O W W S S (2 white, 22W x 72H, $100 Brand new! 352-429-2742 V V A A N N I I T T Y Y T T O O P P Culture marble beige, band new. $50 obo. 352-357-0621 T T O O I I L L E E T T W W h h i i t t e e , l l o o w w f f l l o o w w . $ $ 3 3 5 5 C C a a l l l l D D a a v v e e 3 3 5 5 2 2 2 2 5 5 5 5 7 7 6 6 2 2 3 3 S S I I N N K K W W h h i i t t e e m m a a r r b b l l e e 1 1 9 9 x x 3 3 7 7 . $ $ 2 2 0 0 . 3 3 5 5 2 2 2 2 5 5 3 3 9 9 2 2 3 3 6 6 N N Y Y L L O O N N R R O O P P E E 3 3 / / 4 4 2 2 0 0 0 0 l l o o n n g g . N N e e w w . $ $ 1 1 0 0 0 0 C C a a l l l l 5 5 1 1 7 7 9 9 3 3 7 7 6 6 5 5 5 5 6 6 L L A A D D D D E E R R J J A A C C K K S S L L i i k k e e n n e e w w ! $ $ 3 3 0 0 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 2 2 7 7 2 2 9 9 4 4 4 4 8 8 625Building Supplies/ Materials S S T T R R O O L L L L E E R R W W I I T T H H 2 2 C C A A R R S S E E A A T T S S nice cond. $45. Please call 352-253-9236 G G I I R R L L S S C C L L O O T T H H E E S S 1 1 2 2 1 1 8 8 m m o o n n t t h h s s $ $ 5 5 0 0 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 6 6 7 7 1 1 C C R R I I B B Sorkcraft Convertible, Oak w/mattress. Great cond. $99 Call 352-455-9798 C C R R I I B B LA Baby Metal, folding, full size & portable. $70. Call 352-742-8246 C C R R I I B B Delta fold away portable. Natural color w/1.5 matt ress. $50 314-2981 C C A A R R S S E E A A T T convertible, Evenflo, comfort touch. Great cond. $30 352-357-0621 C C A A R R S S E E A A T T B B r r i i t t a a x x M M a a r r a a t t h h o o n n . T T o o p p r r a a t t e e d d . $ $ 5 5 0 0 3 3 5 5 2 2 9 9 8 8 8 8 3 3 8 8 3 3 2 2 B B O O Y Y S S C C L L O O T T H H E E S S 3 3 6 6 m m o o n n t t h h s s . $ $ 6 6 0 0 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 6 6 7 7 1 1 624 Childrens items W W I I R R E E L L E E S S S S R R O O U U T T E E R R Linksys Range Plus Model WRT110. $20. 352-223-3678 T T I I V V O O B B O O X X w w / / m m a a n n u u a a l l & & r r e e m m o o t t e e l l i i k k e e n n e e w w . $ $ 5 5 0 0 . 3 3 5 5 2 2 7 7 5 5 3 3 4 4 0 0 4 4 3 3 T T E E L L E E V V I I S S I I O O N N S S 1 has built in VCR & DVD. $25 for both. Call 352-348-9973 T T E E L L E E V V I I S S I I O O N N Swivel wall mount fits up to 27 not flat screen. $20. 352-504-6689 T T E E L L E E V V I I S S I I O O N N S S O O N N Y Y lg. screen, Fair cond. $40. Please call 352-429-0938 T T E E L L E E V V I I S S I I O O N N 36 Zenith w/cabinet. Good c ond. $60. Cal l S S O O L L D D ! ! ! ! T T E E L L E E V V I I S S I I O O N N 32 RCA w/stand. works great guaranteed. $100 Call 352-246-9948 T T E E L L E E V V I I S S I I O O N N 27 Toshiba, used very little. Asking $30. 717-574-7065 606Electronics S S U U R R R R O O U U N N D D S S O O U U N N D D JVC, almost new, used 3 mo. Sell for $100 508-9259 M M I I C C R R O O P P H H O O N N E E Shure, SM57 or SM58 $65. Please call 352-357-9585 E E N N T T E E R R T T A A I I N N M M E E N N T T U U N N I I T T fits up to 32 TV, w/doors. Excel cond. $50 350-3854 D D V V D D P P L L A A Y Y E E R R Magnavox, Dolby digital, like new, no remote. $10 352-343-0587 C C E E L L L L P P H H O O N N E E B B l l a a c c k k b b e e r r r r y y , l l i i k k e e n n e e w w . $ $ 6 6 0 0 . 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 2 2 1 1 5 5 6 6 5 5 9 9 606Electronics W W A A S S H H E E R R & & D D R R Y Y E E R R Whirlpool, new cond. used 6/mo. $425. 352-516-0429 R R E E F F R R I I G G E E R R A A T T O O R R s s m m . , g g o o o o d d c c o o n n d d . $ $ 2 2 5 5 . P P l l e e a a s s e e c c a a l l l l S S O O L L D D ! ! ! ! R R E E F F R R I I G G E E R R A A T T O O R R side by side w/ice in door. 32 x 67. $150 Call S S O O L L D D ! R R E E F F R R I I G G E E R R A A T T O O R R dorm size, Avanti, works well $50 obo. 352-314-0708 R R E E F F R R I I G G E E R R A A T T O O R R 20 cu. ft. w/ice maker. $75 obo Runs good! Call S S O O L L D D ! R R E E F F R R I I G G E E R R A A T T O O R R 18 cu. ft. Frost free. $50 Runs good. Call S S O O L L D D ! O O V V E E N N R R A A N N G G E E Kenmore. Elec. drop in 30. Good cond. $50 352-253-0448 M M I I C C R R O O W W A A V V E E , over Range 1000 watts. White, used 10 mo. $75 352-314-0099 M M I I C C R R O O W W A A V V E E Whirlpool 29x15, turntable w/metal rack. $20 Call 352-366-0225 M M I I C C R R O O W W A A V V E E S S h h a a r r p p e e . E E x x c c e e l l c c o o n n d d . $ $ 2 2 5 5 f f i i r r m m . 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 2 2 6 6 5 5 3 3 2 2 5 5 M M I I C C R R O O W W A A V V E E o o v v e e r r s s t t o o v v e e . L L i i k k e e N N e e w w ! $ $ 8 8 5 5 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 1 1 4 4 3 3 2 2 9 9 2 2 M M I I C C R R O O W W A A V V E E Countertop, stainless, GE w/turntable. Like New. $75 735-1165 D D R R Y Y E E R R Frigidaire heavy duty. Works great. $75 Call 352-753-0277 D D R R Y Y E E R R A A m m a a n n a a . G G o o o o d d c c o o n n d d . $ $ 4 4 0 0 S S O O L L D D ! D D I I S S H H W W A A S S H H E E R R GE Bisque in color, works great, $99 obo Call 352-461-3873 D D I I S S C C O O U U N N T T A A P P P P L L I I A A N N C C E E R R e e p p a a i i r r S S a a l l e e s s S S e e r r v v i i c c e e M M o o s s t t R R e e p p a a i i r r s s $ $ 6 6 0 0 P P l l u u s s P P a a r r t t s s W W A A S S H H E E R R , D D R R Y Y E E R R , R R E E F F R R I I G G E E R R A A T T O O R R D D o o n n t t T T o o s s s s I I t t F F i i x x I I t t F F o o r r L L e e s s s s B B u u y y i i n n g g C C l l e e a a n n W W a a s s h h e e r r s s & & D D r r y y e e r r s s D D a a y y s s , E E v v e e n n i i n n g g s s & & W W e e e e k k e e n n d d s s C C a a l l l l N N o o w w 3 3 5 5 2 2 8 8 7 7 4 4 1 1 2 2 3 3 8 8 C C O O F F F F E E E E M M A A K K E E R R Keurig brand new. Sell for $50 new cost $150. Call 352-636-9340 C C O O F F F F E E E E M M A A K K E E R R Elite Keurig 12 cup, makes 1-12 cups. New. $89 793-8102 C C H H E E S S T T F F R R E E E E Z Z E E R R s s m m . , g g o o o o d d c c o o n n d d . $ $ 2 2 5 5 P P l l e e a a s s e e c c a a l l l l S S O O L L D D ! ! ! ! B B R R E E A A D D M M A A C C H H I I N N E E g g o o o o d d c c o o n n d d . $ $ 2 2 5 5 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 7 7 9 9 3 3 9 9 1 1 5 5 9 9 A A I I R R C C O O N N D D I I T T I I O O N N E E R R G G E E 5 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 B B T T U U . $ $ 7 7 5 5 . 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 4 4 8 8 5 5 8 8 4 4 3 3 605Appliances W W I I N N E E S S T T O O R R A A G G E E C C A A B B I I N N E E T T black finish w//glass front. $75 obo. 352-314-0708 S S E E C C T T I I O O N N A A L L S S O O F F A A B B r r a a n n d d N N e e w w ! a a n n d d / / o o r r S S O O F F A A L L O O V V E E S S E E A A T T $ $ 5 5 5 5 0 0 C C a a n n d d e e l l i i v v e e r r ! 3 3 5 5 2 2 2 2 4 4 3 3 1 1 0 0 2 2 1 1 T T E E L L E E V V I I S S I I O O N N T T R R A A Y Y S S (set of 4), solid wood, excel. cond. $12 Call S S O O L L D D 1 1 S S T T C C A A L L L L ! T T E E L L E E V V I I S S I I O O N N S S T T A A N N D D black 2/glass shelves fits up to 46 TV. $40. S S O O L L D D ! T T A A B B L L E E S S E E N N D D ( ( 2 2 ) ) 2 X 3 w/drop leaf leather top, mahogany. $80 obo. 352-735-6927 604Furniture T T A A B B L L E E , drop leaf Blonde Like new. Excel cond. $100. 352-460-0208 T T A A B B L L E E w w i i t t h h l l e e a a f f & & 4 4 c c h h a a i i r r s s o o n n r r o o l l l l e e r r s s . $ $ 8 8 0 0 o o b b o o . 3 3 5 5 2 2 7 7 3 3 5 5 6 6 9 9 1 1 4 4 T T A A B B L L E E w/2 chairs, Cafe style, good cond. $50. Please call 352-793-7996 T T A A B B L L E E Shamrock shape. 27"H x 14W. $35. Please call 352-323-3545 T T A A B B L L E E round glass top Wicker 48 w/4 chairs. Asking $50. 352-742-8476 T T A A B B L L E E glass top 30 X 30 very nice. Asking $30. Please call 352-483-3870 S S O O F F A A , Loveseat, chair w/ottoman, beige leather. Excel cond. $400. 636-5161 S S O O F F A A , C C H H A A I I R R & & O O T T T T O O M M A A N N rose/floral design. Good cond. $150. 314-2419 S S L L E E E E P P E E R R S S O O F F A A l l i i k k e e n n e e w w c c o o n n d d . $ $ 1 1 0 0 0 0 o o b b o o . 3 3 5 5 2 2 4 4 0 0 6 6 6 6 0 0 8 8 6 6 R R O O C C K K E E R R s s m m a a l l l l , b b l l u u e e , s s w w i i v v e e l l . E E x x c c e e l l c c o o n n d d . $ $ 2 2 0 0 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 4 4 3 3 7 7 2 2 9 9 4 4 R R E E C C L L I I N N E E R R m m e e d d i i u u m m b b l l u u e e , g g o o o o d d c c o o n n d d . $ $ 5 5 0 0 . 8 8 1 1 0 0 2 2 4 4 0 0 1 1 0 0 5 5 3 3 O O A A K K S S T T A A N N D D w/matching wall shelf. Like new. $75 Call 517-458-6163 N N E E E E R R L L E E E E N N E E W W F F U U R R N N I I S S H H I I N N G G S S Gently Used Home Furnishings Showroom 3320 US Hwy. 441/27, Fruitland Park (old Phillips Dealership 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 1 1 5 5 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 n n e e e e r r l l e e e e n n e e w w f f u u r r n n i i s s h h i i n n g g s s . c c o o m m L L O O V V E E S S E E A A T T Dual Recliner Blue w/beige flowers. Excel cond. $100 706-273-9931 L L O O V V E E S S E E A A T T m m u u l l t t i i f f l l o o r r a a l l , g g o o o o d d c c o o n n d d . $ $ 5 5 0 0 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 9 9 7 7 8 8 0 0 8 8 0 0 9 9 L L I I V V I I N N G G R R O O O O M M C C H H A A I I R R N N i i c c e e . G G o o o o d d c c o o n n d d . $ $ 5 5 0 0 . C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 5 5 7 7 9 9 3 3 0 0 5 5 K K I I T T C C H H E E N N C C U U P P B B O O A A R R D D w/4 shelves & peg board backing. 60H $40. 352-323-3545 H H U U T T C C H H 3x72x18, Walnut, good cond. $75 obo Please call 352-742-2005 H H U U T T C C H H 2 pc., solid wood. Excel. Cond. $50. 352-435-0888 E E N N T T E E R R T T A A I I N N M M E E N N T T C C E E N N T T E E R R Cherry, holds 32 TV, TV included $95 315-0541 E E N N T T E E R R T T A A I I N N M M E E N N T T C C E E N N T T E E R R wooden holds 26 TV. $20. 352-343-7886 E E N N T T E E R R T T A A I I N N M M E E N N T T C C E E N N T T E E R R w w o o o o d d . $ $ 2 2 5 5 . 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 6 6 0 0 3 3 3 3 3 3 5 5 D D R R E E S S S S E E R R White & brown top. 6 drawers, nice. $40. Call 352-787-7093 D D R R E E S S S S E E R R 60 w/6 drawers ivory color, excel. cond. $100. 352-460-7606 D D R R E E S S S S E E R R 6 drawers, good cond. $20 Please cal l S S O O L L D D D D I I N N I I N N G G T T A A B B L L E E rattan base, glass top, 4 chairs. $99 Call 352-753-3914 D D E E S S K K all maple 20x40 perfect cond. $75 Please call 352-383-4919 D D E E S S K K 29x20x42. Light Oak finish, excel cond. $75 Call 352-735-0201 D D E E S S K K Maple, very old, 42x22, 8 drawers. $50 Please call 352-324-3235 C C O O M M P P U U T T E E R R D D E E S S K K small White washed. Excel. cond. $35. Call 352-787-1949 C C O O F F F F E E E E T T A A B B L L E E S S (2 w/glass tops, good cond. $25 for both. Call 352-357-8549 C C H H A A I I R R s s w w i i v v e e l l r r o o c c k k e e r r f f u u l l l l s s i i z z e e , g g r r e e e e n n . $ $ 4 4 0 0 . 6 6 0 0 8 8 3 3 4 4 7 7 1 1 4 4 8 8 3 3 C C H H A A I I R R Pottery Barn, blk, w/arms. Excel cond. $100 Please call 352-728-3571 C C H H A A I I R R L L a a Z Z B B o o y y , s s w w i i v v e e l l s s . E E x x c c e e l l c c o o n n d d . T T e e a a l l . $ $ 7 7 5 5 . P P l l e e a a s s e e c c a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 7 7 4 4 2 2 7 7 3 3 9 9 8 8 C C H H A A I I R R & & S S O O F F A A La-Z-Boy both reclines, mocha color. Excel. cond. $350 obo. Call 352-399-2057 604Furniture B B U U N N K K B B E E D D metal. Queen futon on bottom folds to couch. Twin top $100 321-6229 B B E E D D R R O O O O M M S S E E T T dresser, chest, night stand & full size bed. Excel. cond. $450 Call 352-406-8521 B B E E D D Spring Air Adjustable. 80x40. Like new mattress, cordless remote, headboard, 2 skirts, quilt, sham. $950 Call 352-343-3295 B B E E D D King Broyhill. Head & foot board sides. Hi or Lo Post, Cherry. Excel $325 Call 352-242-1246 B B E E D D f f u u l l l l s s i i z z e e . M M a a t t t t r r e e s s s s & & b b o o x x s s p p r r i i n n g g . $ $ 7 7 5 5 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 6 6 1 1 7 7 2 2 3 3 3 3 7 7 B B E E D D Colonial Maple full size, w/box spring & mattress. $75 Call 352-253-0875 B B E E D D All new Ortho King-size Pillow Top mattress & box springs with warranty. S S t t a a r r t t i i n n g g a a t t $ $ 2 2 9 9 5 5 . Can deliver. 3 3 5 5 2 2 2 2 4 4 3 3 1 1 0 0 2 2 1 1 B B E E D D All new Ortho Pillowtop Mattress & boxsprings. Queen-size with warranty S S t t a a r r t t i i n n g g a a t t $ $ 1 1 8 8 0 0 Can deliver 352-243-1021 B B A A R R S S T T O O O O L L S S (3 stered Chormcraft. Good cond. $75 Cal l S S O O L L D D ! ! ! B B A A R R S S T T O O O O L L ( ( 1 1 ) ) almond, highback, foot rail, 5 wheels. $15. Call 352-753-1834 B B A A R R C C H H A A I I R R S S ( ( 4 4 ) ) & & B B A A R R S S T T O O O O L L ( ( 1 1 ) ) . $ $ 6 6 0 0 F F i i r r m m . C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 1 1 4 4 0 0 5 5 9 9 7 7 A A L L L L N N E E W W Queen-size Orthopedic Pillow Top mattressw/box springs only $375, w/warranty. Can deliver. 352-243-1021 604Furniture P P I I N N B B A A L L L L M M A A C C H H I I N N E E antique, needs work. Asking $100. Call 352-787-0115 P P I I G G D D O O O O R R S S T T O O P P Antique look, w/long dress & bonnett. $25 Call S S O O L L D D ! P P A A P P E E R R W W E E I I G G H H T T Civil War acrylic 5x7. Lincoln/Grant $20 Call 702-0529 N N A A T T I I V V I I T T Y Y M M A A N N G G E E R R 2.5 long, hand painted porcelain figurines. $50 434-5395 M M O O D D E E L L R R A A I I L L R R O O A A D D M M A A G G A A Z Z I I N N E E S S vintage (over 500 352-399-2484 F F O O O O T T B B A A L L L L C C A A R R D D S S and Hockey cards. Misc & sets all for $100 352-343-2922 F F I I G G U U R R I I N N E E S S several. Norman Rockwell unlimited edition. $100. 352-314-9537 E E L L V V I I S S A A L L B B U U M M S S 1 box of 5. Golden Treasury limited edition. $40 obo. 352-669-1163 D D O O L L L L S S Ronald McDonald 16 & 2 Miss Piggy. Like new $20 obo. 352-323-4903 C C O O C C A A C C O O L L A A C C O O M M M M E E M M O O R R A A T T I I V V E E B B O O T T T T L L E E S S . (12 $100. 365-0938 C C O O C C A A C C O O L L A A C C H H R R I I S S T T M M A A S S T T R R U U C C K K 1st Edition lights $100. 352-455-4757 C C A A R R T T O O O O N N G G L L A A S S S S C C O O L L L L E E C C T T I I O O N N . (20Mint. $100. Please call 352-365-0938 B B A A S S E E B B A A L L L L C C A A R R D D S S , U U n n o o p p e e n n e e d d b b o o x x e e s s . $ $ 1 1 0 0 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 4 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 5 5 3 3 B B A A S S E E B B A A L L L L C C A A R R D D S S ( ( 1 1 5 5 ) ) A A l l b b e e r r t t P P u u j j o o l l s s . $ $ 1 1 0 0 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 4 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 5 5 3 3 603 Collectibles C C A A N N O O P P Y Y w/side curtains. 10. Both $50 CR. 44. Call 352-308-8142 602 Arts/Crafts W W A A R R D D R R O O B B E E T T R R U U N N K K over 100 yr. w/drawers, Excel cond. $100 9 71-340-8701 T T A A B B L L E E 18 round 24H, excel cond. $75 Please call 352-728-3571 601 Antiques S S T T E E R R E E O O T T U U R R N N T T A A B B L L E E C C A A B B I I N N E E T T Magnavox. 29x30x22 $70 obo 352-742-2005 R R E E C C O O R R D D C C A A B B I I N N E E T T A A n n t t i i q q u u e e , m m a a p p l l e e . $ $ 8 8 5 5 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 2 2 4 4 2 2 1 1 6 6 0 0 9 9 M M I I R R R R O O R R Vintage. 28 x 34.5, gold frame, simple lines, heavy. $40. S S O O L L D D ! C C L L O O C C K K electric Sail Ship good shape. Made by Uniter. $95. Call 352-793-5741 601 Antiques 600 Merchandise Mart R R E E P P T T I I L L E E T T A A N N K K 5 5 5 5 g g a a l l l l o o n n w w / / s s t t a a n n d d . $ $ 7 7 5 5 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 5 5 0 0 4 4 8 8 8 8 2 2 7 7 P P E E T T B B E E D D D D I I N N G G 5 lg. bags of oak sawdust. Fine & clean. $79 Call 352-408-1218 F F I I S S H H T T A A N N K K 30 gallon w/hardwood pine cabinet. excel cond. $75 636-5915 D D O O G G C C R R A A T T E E med, w/tray, excel. cond. $30. Please call 352-357-2771 C C A A T T T T O O Y Y C C r r a a z z y y p p a a n n t t s s c c r r a a w w l l t t h h r r u u t t o o y y . $ $ 2 2 0 0 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 6 6 6 6 9 9 8 8 0 0 0 0 3 3 B B I I R R D D C C A A G G E E , h h a a n n g g s s o o n n f f l l o o o o r r s s t t a a n n d d . N N e e w w . 2 2 9 9 h h i i g g h h 3 3 3 3 x x 1 1 5 5 . $ $ 1 1 0 0 0 0 . 3 3 5 5 2 2 7 7 4 4 8 8 9 9 6 6 1 1 1 1 A A Q Q U U A A R R I I U U M M 55 gallon w/stand & accessories excel cond. $100. 771-6169 A A N N I I M M A A L L C C A A G G E E 3 3 1 1 W W x x 1 1 8 8 H H x x 1 1 8 8 D D f f r r o o n n t t t t o o b b a a c c k k . $ $ 5 5 0 0 . L L i i k k e e n n e e w w . C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 9 9 7 7 8 8 7 7 4 4 6 6 1 1 560Pet Supplies S S H H I I H H T T Z Z U U P P U U P P P P I I E E S S (5 weeks old. 1 male 4 females. $250 each. 352-255-0961 S S H H E E L L T T I I E E Female. Housebroken, loving. Free to good home w/fence. 408-0427 P P I I G G Mini Berkshire. Family pet, loves animals & kids. Free 352-272-3168 M M I I N N I I D D A A C C S S H H A A U U N N D D Black & tan, first shots, kennel trained. $250 Call 352-455-6705 L L A A B B R R A A D D O O R R M M I I X X .female, 9mo. spayed, shots & heartworm tested. F F r r e e e e . 3 3 5 5 2 2 6 6 0 0 2 2 8 8 0 0 5 5 1 1 K K I I T T T T E E N N S S litter trained, & loves big dogs. Free to good home. 352-308-5169 K K I I T T T T E E N N S S (22 black Manx. F F R R E E E E T T O O G G O O O O D D H H O O M M E E call 669-2400 10-10pm K K I I T T T T E E N N gray, female. F F R R E E E E Summerfield area. Please call 828-319-8293 K K I I T T T T E E N N Free to home. Female, aprox. 4 mo. old, litter trained, lovable. 352-502-7619 F F R R E E N N C C H H B B U U L L L L D D O O G G Puppies, lovely little clowns, male/female. dep. will hold. $750. ea. 352-568-0090 D D O O V V E E S S ( ( 3 3 ) ) w w h h i i t t e e . V V e e r r y y h h e e a a l l t t h h y y $ $ 7 7 5 5 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 2 2 4 4 3 3 2 2 5 5 4 4 D D A A C C H H S S H H U U N N D D M M I I N N I I Dapples. Have shots. $300/male, $350 female. 516-7884 C C A A T T Tortoise shell, 4 yr. declawed & spayed. Free to good home. 352-455-6014 C C A A T T Indoor, spayed, long hair, 2 yr. Free to good home. 352-409-1583 B B L L U U E E T T I I C C K K C C O O O O N N H H O O U U N N D D & & B B E E A A G G L L E E , 5 y y r r s s . o o l l d d . m m o o v v i i n n g g , F F R R E E E E 7 7 8 8 7 7 5 5 0 0 7 7 8 8 B B I I S S H H O O N N F F R R I I S S E E P ups, 8 wk. male/female. $450. Call 971-340-8701 501Pets For Sale 500 Pets/Animals

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B 12 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Friday, November 25, 2011 * N N E E W W L L Y Y R R E E M M O O D D E E L L E E D D * D D o o r r a a C C a a n n a a l l 1 1 / / 2 2 p p r r i i c c e e ! 6 6 M M O O S S . F F R R E E E E R R E E N N T T ! 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 4 4 3 3 7 7 4 4 0 0 1 1 1001Mfd Homes For Sale 1000 Manufactured Homes T T H H A A N N K K S S G G I I V V I I N N G G G G I I V V E E A A W W A A Y Y 2 2 a a c c W W a a t t e e r r f f r r o o n n t t $ $ 3 3 5 5 K K C C h h r r i i s s F F o o r r b b e e s s R R e e a a l l t t y y 3 3 5 5 2 2 6 6 3 3 6 6 0 0 1 1 6 6 4 4 932Res Lots Acreage * N N E E W W L L Y Y R R E E M M O O D D E E L L E E D D * D D o o r r a a C C a a n n a a l l 1 1 / / 2 2 p p r r i i c c e e ! 6 6 M M O O S S . F F R R E E E E R R E E N N T T ! 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 4 4 3 3 7 7 4 4 0 0 1 1 905 Waterfront L L E E E E S S B B U U R R G G , 2 2 / / 2 2 , g g a a r r a a g g e e , S S c c o o t t t t i i s s h h H H i i g g h h l l a a n n d d s s , 5 5 5 5 + + , C C H H A A , a a l l l l f f u u r r n n . I I n n d d o o o o r r / / o o u u t t d d o o o o r r p p o o o o l l , t t e e n n n n i i s s c c o o u u r r t t , c c o o m m p p u u t t e e r r c c l l a a s s s s e e s s a a n n d d l l o o t t s s o o f f o o t t h h e e r r g g r r e e a a t t a a m m e e n n i i t t i i e e s s , $ $ 6 6 5 5 K K . C C a a l l l l 3 3 3 3 9 9 2 2 2 2 6 6 0 0 3 3 0 0 5 5 L L A A D D Y Y L L A A K K E E 2 2 b b r r s s p p i i l l t t p p l l a a n n 2 2 b b a a 2 2 c c a a r r g g a a r r a a g g e e p p l l u u s s s s t t o o r r a a g g e e , a a t t t t a a c c h h e e d d a a l l u u m m . c c a a r r p p o o r r t t , d d e e t t a a c c h h e e d d m m e e t t a a l l c c a a r r p p o o r r t t b b u u i i l l t t n n e e w w 1 1 9 9 9 9 7 7 . N N e e w w 3 3 0 0 y y r r r r o o o o f f 2 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 , c c o o r r n n e e r r l l o o t t , l l i i f f e e t t i i m m e e v v i i n n y y l l s s i i d d i i n n g g , e e x x t t r r a a c c l l e e a a n n & & f f r r u u i i t t t t r r e e e e s s . O O w w n n e e r r w w i i l l l l f f i i n n a a n n c c e e w w i i t t h h r r e e a a s s o o n n a a b b l l e e d d o o w w n n . F F u u r r n n . a a v v a a i i l l . F F i i r r s s t t t t i i m m e e o o n n m m a a r r k k e e t t . $ $ 1 1 3 3 4 4 K K . 3 3 5 5 2 2 7 7 5 5 3 3 8 8 9 9 5 5 0 0 903Homes For Sale 900 Real Estate For Sale * N N E E W W L L Y Y R R E E M M O O D D E E L L E E D D * D D o o r r a a C C a a n n a a l l 1 1 / / 2 2 p p r r i i c c e e ! 6 6 M M O O S S . F F R R E E E E R R E E N N T T ! 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 4 4 3 3 7 7 4 4 0 0 1 1 825 Rent-ToOwn S S E E N N I I O O R R S S & & A A D D U U L L T T S S O O N N L L Y Y $ $ 8 8 , 9 9 0 0 0 0 2 2 / / 2 2 N N e e w w H H o o m m e e s s i i n n n n i i c c e e q q u u i i e e t t p p a a r r k k i i n n E E u u s s t t i i s s . 6 6 6 6 x x 1 1 4 4 , A A / / C C , a a p p p p l l . , c c a a r r p p o o r r t t & & s s c c r r n n r r o o o o m m . C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 9 9 6 6 2 2 0 0 4 4 2 2 L L E E E E S S B B U U R R G G , 2/2 Remodeled, close to Walmart. No pets. $500/mo. 1st & last. Call 352-516-9248. L L A A D D Y Y L L A A K K E E 4 4 / / 1 1 . 5 5 . $ $ 6 6 0 0 0 0 / / m m o o . C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 6 6 8 8 0 0 2 2 F F R R U U I I T T L L A A N N D D P P A A R R K K 3/2 $800/mo + dep., 2/1.5 w/garage, $650/mo + dep C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 5 5 5 5 1 1 0 0 2 2 8 8 9 9 F F R R U U I I T T L L A A N N D D P P A A R R K K 2 2 / / 1 1 S S e e m m i i f f u u r r n n . L L g g p p r r i i v v a a t t e e l l o o t t , f f r r e e e e w w a a t t e e r r . N N o o P P e e t t s s . 3 3 5 5 2 2 7 7 8 8 7 7 4 4 1 1 5 5 3 3 E E U U S S T T I I S S 3/2 on 5 acres, 4 stalls, owner has 1 horse on property. $900/mo + $900 dep. Please call 352-589-0257 * N N E E W W L L Y Y R R E E M M O O D D E E L L E E D D * D D o o r r a a C C a a n n a a l l 1 1 / / 2 2 p p r r i i c c e e ! 6 6 M M O O S S . F F R R E E E E R R E E N N T T ! 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 4 4 3 3 7 7 4 4 0 0 1 1 819 Manufactured Homes Rental E E U U S S T T I I S S W W A A N N T T E E D D s s o o m m e e o o n n e e t t o o s s h h a a r r e e 2 2 / / 2 2 h h o o m m e e $ $ 1 1 0 0 0 0 / / w w k k . + + d d e e p p o o s s i i t t . F F o o r r D D e e t t a a i i l l s s . C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 6 6 3 3 0 0 0 0 3 3 3 3 9 9 o o r r 3 3 5 5 2 2 4 4 5 5 5 5 2 2 8 8 3 3 2 2 813Homes To Share L L E E E E S S B B U U R R G G P P r r i i v v a a t t e e B B R R s s h h a a r r e e r r e e s s t t o o f f h h o o u u s s e e . $ $ 1 1 0 0 0 0 / / w w k k C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 5 5 0 0 4 4 5 5 4 4 0 0 7 7 L L A A D D Y Y L L A A K K E E j j u u s s t t N N . o o f f T T h h e e V V i i l l l l a a g g e e s s . R R o o o o m m . S S h h a a r r e e d d , l l i i v v i i n n g g , & & k k i i t t c c h h e e n n . $ $ 1 1 0 0 0 0 / / w w k k . 3 3 5 5 2 2 7 7 5 5 0 0 0 0 6 6 7 7 2 2 8 12Rooms to R ent L L E E E E S S B B U U R R G G 2/2/1, with fenced back yard. $650/mo. Call 352-408-8887 811Condos Townhouses L L E E E E S S B B U U R R G G , 2 2 / / 2 2 w w / / g g a a r r a a g g e e . W W / / D D , & & t t w w o o c c o o u u r r t t y y a a r r d d s s , w w a a l l k k t t o o d d o o w w n n t t o o w w n n & & B B e e a a c c o o n n C C o o l l l l e e g g e e . $ $ 6 6 7 7 5 5 / / m m o o . 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 0 0 4 4 5 5 2 2 3 3 4 4 L L E E E E S S B B U U R R G G 3 3 / / 2 2 c c o o n n d d o o i i n n 5 5 5 5 + + c c o o m m m m u u n n i i t t y y w w / / c c l l u u b b h h o o u u s s e e , p p o o o o l l , s s h h u u f f f f l l e e b b o o a a r r d d . M M i i n n u u t t e e s s t t o o m m a a l l l l & & d d o o w w n n t t o o w w n n L L e e e e s s b b u u r r g g . N N o o p p e e t t s s . $ $ 7 7 5 5 0 0 / / m m o o + + $ $ 7 7 5 5 0 0 / / d d e e p p . I I n n c c l l . b b a a s s i i c c c c a a b b l l e e , w w a a t t e e r r & & l l a a w w n n c c a a r r e e . P P l l e e a a s s e e c c a a l l l l 2 2 0 0 7 7 4 4 5 5 0 0 1 1 7 7 1 1 4 4 o o r r 3 3 0 0 4 4 4 4 7 7 2 2 3 3 0 0 2 2 1 1 811 Condos Townhouses T T A A V V A A R R E E S S 2/1, carport, convenient location. $600/mo. + dep. No pets. 352-343-3500 E E U U S S T T I I S S 2/1 on Lake Eustis. No maint., water incl., CHA, washer/dryer. Walk to downtown, boardwalk etc. $580 mo. 352-636-1709 810 Duplexes T T A A V V A A R R E E S S S S o o m m e e o o n n e e t t o o s s h h a a r r e e 2 2 / / 2 2 o o n n w w a a t t e e r r $ $ 4 4 0 0 0 0 / / m m o o . P P l l e e a a s s e e c c a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 6 6 0 0 2 2 8 8 0 0 9 9 5 5 E E U U S S T T I I S S W W A A N N T T E E D D s s o o m m e e o o n n e e t t o o s s h h a a r r e e 2 2 / / 2 2 h h o o m m e e $ $ 1 1 0 0 0 0 / / w w k k . + + d d e e p p o o s s i i t t . F F o o r r D D e e t t a a i i l l s s . C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 6 6 3 3 0 0 0 0 3 3 3 3 9 9 o o r r 3 3 5 5 2 2 4 4 5 5 5 5 2 2 8 8 3 3 2 2 809Roommate Wanted X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X E E U U S S T T I I S S X X 1 1 B B E E D D R R O O O O M M N N E E W W 1 1 S S t t o o r r y y . W W a a l l k k t t o o P P u u b b l l i i x x C C a a l l l l : : 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 5 5 7 7 7 7 3 3 3 3 2 2 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X V V e e r r a a n n d d a a A A p p a a r r t t m m e e n n t t s s S S P P E E C C I I A A L L S S L L I I M M I I T T E E D D 1 1 , 1 1 w w / / d d e e n n & & 2 2 b b r r 3 3 5 5 2 2 7 7 3 3 5 5 9 9 4 4 0 0 0 0 M M o o u u n n t t D D o o r r a a A A p p a a r r t t m m e e n n t t s s . c c o o m m E E q q u u a a l l H H o o u u s s i i n n g g O O p p p p o o r r t t u u n n i i t t y y L L A A D D Y Y L L A A K K E E Arden Place Apts. New 1br & 2/2, 1-story apts. Coming the Winter of 2011. Lots of features, green rated, energy efficient, only $595 & $725/mo. F F o o r r d d e e t t a a i i l l s s c c a a l l l l 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7 8 8 1 1 6 6 9 9 9 9 5 5 o o r r i i n n f f o o @ @ a a r r d d e e n n p p l l a a c c e e . c c o o m m P P E E P P P P E E R R T T R R E E E E A A P P A A R R T T M M E E N N T T S S B B r r a a n n d d N N e e w w 1 1 , 2 2 & & 3 3 B B R R . C C l l o o s s e e t t o o T T h h e e V V i i l l l l a a g g e e s s R R e e n n t t S S p p e e c c i i a a l l s s N N o o w w ! 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 9 9 9 9 2 2 1 1 2 2 9 9 w w i i l l d d w w o o o o d d a a p p t t s s . c c o o m m E E q q u u a a l l H H o o u u s s i i n n g g O O p p p p o o r r t t u u n n i i t t y y M M T T . D D O O R R A A , downtown, furn/unfurn, upscale 2/2 $695 Call 352-267-7316 L L E E E E S S B B U U R R G G 3 3 / / 2 2 c c o o n n d d o o i i n n 5 5 5 5 + + c c o o m m m m u u n n i i t t y y w w / / c c l l u u b b h h o o u u s s e e , p p o o o o l l , s s h h u u f f f f l l e e b b o o a a r r d d . M M i i n n u u t t e e s s t t o o m m a a l l l l & & d d o o w w n n t t o o w w n n L L e e e e s s b b u u r r g g . N N o o p p e e t t s s . $ $ 7 7 5 5 0 0 / / m m o o + + $ $ 7 7 5 5 0 0 / / d d e e p p . I I n n c c l l . b b a a s s i i c c c c a a b b l l e e , w w a a t t e e r r & & l l a a w w n n c c a a r r e e . P P l l e e a a s s e e c c a a l l l l 2 2 0 0 7 7 4 4 5 5 0 0 1 1 7 7 1 1 4 4 o o r r 3 3 0 0 4 4 4 4 7 7 2 2 3 3 0 0 2 2 1 1 E E U U S S T T I I S S n n i i c c e e 1 1 / / 1 1 $ $ 5 5 0 0 0 0 / / m m o o i i n n c c l l a a l l l l u u t t i i l l . C C a a l l l l 8 8 1 1 3 3 7 7 8 8 1 1 9 9 5 5 4 4 0 0 o o r r 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 0 0 3 3 6 6 2 2 6 6 6 6 E E U U S S T T I I S S A A l l l l r r e e m m o o d d e e l l e e d d A A p p t t s s ! M M o o v v e e i i n n b b y y D D e e c c . 1 1 s s t t S S u u p p e e r r S S p p e e c c i i a a l l P P r r i i c c i i n n g g ! 2 2 b b r r $ $ 4 4 9 9 9 9 ; ; 3 3 b b r r $ $ 5 5 9 9 9 9 . $ $ 1 1 0 0 0 0 D D e e p p . o o n n l l y y . P P e e t t O O K K . H H u u r r r r y y ! C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 5 5 7 7 5 5 6 6 7 7 5 5 807 Apartments Unfurnished W W I I L L D D W W O O O O D D , 3/2, 1 ac. lg. storage bldg. 1 mi W. of I75. $900/mo. Call 407-247-8329 R R E E N N T T A A L L S S M M i i n n n n e e o o l l a a 3 br homequiet. $ $ 6 6 7 7 5 5 C C l l e e r r m m o o n n t t 2br townhome Community pool $ $ 7 7 9 9 5 5 . C C l l e e r r m m o o n n t t 3br. Large home on canal to Lake Minnehaha $ $ 8 8 7 7 5 5 . incl. yd. care C C l l e e r r m m o o n n t t 3/2 HUGE home fenced, work shop $ $ 9 9 0 0 0 0 . C C l l e e r r m m o o n n t t 3 story, 4br home, Lake access. $ $ 1 1 , 2 2 0 0 0 0 C C l l e e r r m m o o n n t t 4/2 HUGE, 2 story, Magnolia Park , $ $ 1 1 , 2 2 0 0 0 0 . M M i i n n n n e e o o l l a a Oak Valley 3/2, porch, incl. water & yard care $ $ 1 1 , 2 2 5 5 0 0 . 0 0 0 0 R R O O C C K K E E R R R R E E A A L L T T Y Y 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 9 9 4 4 3 3 5 5 7 7 0 0 w w w w w w . R R o o c c k k e e r r R R e e a a l l t t y y I I n n c c . c c o o m m L L E E E E S S B B U U R R G G Scottish Highland, cozy 2/2 on cul-de-sac. $850/mo + dep. 352-255-1728 806Houses Unfurnished

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Friday, November 25, 2011SOUTH LAKE PRESS B 13 W W E E B B U U Y Y G G O O L L F F C C A A R R T T S S R R U U N N N N I I N N G G O O R R N N O O T T . C C A A L L L L 3 3 5 5 2 2 5 5 1 1 6 6 2 2 6 6 5 5 7 7 L L A A N N G G S S T T O O N N G G O O L L F F C C A A R R T T C C E E N N T T E E R R S S a a l l e e s s P P a a r r t t s s S S e e r r v v i i c c e e R R e e n n t t a a l l s s C C u u s s t t o o m m S S h h o o p p F F a a c c t t o o r r y y T T r r a a i i n n e e d d T T e e c c h h n n i i c c i i a a n n s s B B A A T T T T E E R R I I E E S S 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 5 5 7 7 4 4 3 3 0 0 0 0 G G O O L L F F C C A A R R T T T T I I R R E E S S & Rims (4 18x8.5x8 (Kenda $98 352-259-5698 C C L L U U B B C C A A R R , new batteries, dump bed on back, good cond. $1195. 638-0731 1275Golf Carts T T R R U U C C K K T T O O P P P P E E R R to cover truck bed. 69x78. Very good cond. $100. 669-3849 T T O O O O L L B B O O X X Tuff fits Ford bed, good cond. $75. Please call 352-365-6749 T T O O O O L L B B O O X X Diamond, w/end covers. Fits 56 bed. $65 Call 352-753-9637 T T I I R R E E S S Pair of LT275/70R18 used, about half tread. $90 cash. 352-255-4913 T T I I R R E E S S ( ( 4 4 ) ) Continental Touring P21565R17 98T, 26K mi. $165. 352-343-5025 R R U U N N N N I I N N G G B B O O A A R R D D S S (2 fits Ford truck, good cond. $40 Please call 352-365-6749 P P I I P P E E R R A A C C K K Kargo Master, for full size pickup. $100 Call 352-394-0561 F F L L O O O O R R J J A A C C K K commercial grade, 2 ton. Asking $75 obo. 352-753-7194 B B A A T T T T E E R R Y Y new Interstate in wrapper. First $60. Mt. Dora. S S O O L L D D 1 1 S S T T D D A A Y Y ! B B A A T T T T E E R R Y Y for vehicle Ever Start Maxx cold cranking amps, 660. $45. 551-5845 A A L L U U M M I I N N U U M M W W H H E E E E L L S S Center caps, GMC 6 lug 16 OEM. Set of 4. $80 255-4913 1264Auto Parts Accessory F F O O R R D D P P I I C C K K U U P P 6 6 6 6 H H o o t t R R o o d d c c h h o o p p p p e e d d 4 4 , w w o o o o d d e e n n b b e e d d , 4 4 6 6 6 6 c c u u . i i n n . e e n n g g . F F o o r r d d , 1 1 4 4 t t i i r r e e s s , n n a a r r r r o o w w e e d d r r e e a a r r e e n n d d . $ $ 6 6 , 0 0 0 0 0 0 o o b b o o . 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 2 2 3 3 1 1 7 7 3 3 0 0 C C H H E E V V R R O O L L E E T T 3 3 0 0 Coach, solid car, runs, easy to restore. $10,000 obo. 352-357-1067 1250Antique Cars U U T T I I L L I I T T Y Y T T R R A A I I L L E E R R 4 4 6 6 x x 7 7 w w / / 2 2 s s i i d d e e s s . $ $ 2 2 5 5 0 0 C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 8 8 7 7 4 4 4 4 5 5 3 3 5 5 1247Trailers F F O O R R D D S S p p o o r r t t T T r r a a c c 0 0 2 2 R R e e d d , 6 6 2 2 K K m m i i , o o n n e e o o w w n n e e r r n n o o n n s s m m o o k k e e r r . A A s s k k i i n n g g $ $ 9 9 , 0 0 0 0 0 0 o o b b o o . P P l l e e a a s s e e c c a a l l l l S S O O L L D D ! F F O O R R D D P P I I C C K K U U P P 6 6 6 6 H H o o t t R R o o d d c c h h o o p p p p e e d d 4 4 , w w o o o o d d e e n n b b e e d d , 4 4 6 6 6 6 c c u u . i i n n . e e n n g g . F F o o r r d d , 1 1 4 4 t t i i r r e e s s , n n a a r r r r o o w w e e d d r r e e a a r r e e n n d d . $ $ 6 6 , 0 0 0 0 0 0 o o b b o o . 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 2 2 3 3 1 1 7 7 3 3 0 0 D D O O D D G G E E D D A A K K O O T T A A 9 9 8 8 . 4 4 . 2 2 l l i i t t e e r r , V V 8 8 A A u u t t o o , A A / / C C . L L i i k k e e n n e e w w ! O O n n l l y y 6 6 7 7 K K m m i i . N N o o n n s s m m o o k k e e r r . $ $ 4 4 5 5 0 0 0 0 . C C a a l l l l 9 9 3 3 7 7 8 8 4 4 3 3 3 3 0 0 3 3 3 3 1240Trucks Light Duty M M O O T T O O R R C C Y Y C C L L E E V V E E S S T T Black leather. Large. Excel cond. $20 Call 352-409-1595 M M O O T T O O R R C C Y Y C C L L E E J J A A C C K K E E T T black leather w/liner mens lg. like new. $50. 352-450-1592 M M O O T T O O C C R R O O S S S S H H E E L L M M E E T T 1 pr. boots & breast plate. $100 Call 352-551-4921 J J A A C C K K E E T T S S (2 leather, like new, XL. $100 Please call 352-343-7446 1210Mcycles/ Mopeds H H A A R R L L E E Y Y D D A A V V I I D D S S O O N N rebuilt motor, metallic green, kick start. Started as a project bike, 95% complete. Needs fuel lines & elec. lines. $4500 Call 352-735-4242 1210Mcycles/ Mopeds 1206Aviation S S U U B B U U R R B B A A N N white, good cond. runs well. $3,000 obo. Call 352-348-7000 F F O O R R D D 2 2 0 0 0 0 3 3 F F 1 1 5 5 0 0 S S U U P P E E R R C C R R E E W W 4 4 X X 4 4 L L e e a a t t h h e e r r & & L L o o a a d d e e d d S S P P E E C C I I A A L L $ $ 1 1 5 5 , 9 9 9 9 5 5 . S S U U Z Z U U K K I I 2 2 0 0 0 0 6 6 G G r r a a n n d d V V i i t t a a r r a a S S U U V V 3 3 s s e e a a t t , R R e e a a l l S S h h a a r r p p ! E E c c o o n n o o m m i i c c a a l l S S P P E E C C I I A A L L $ $ 1 1 1 1 , 9 9 9 9 5 5 . L L E E X X U U S S 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 G G S S 3 3 0 0 0 0 L L e e a a t t h h e e r r , s s u u n n r r o o o o f f I I m m m m a a c c u u l l a a t t e e S S P P E E C C I I A A L L $ $ 1 1 2 2 , 9 9 9 9 5 5 P P O O N N T T I I A A C C 1 1 9 9 9 9 9 9 M M O O N N T T A A N N A A 7 7 P P a a s s s s e e n n g g e e r r L L o o a a d d e e d d w w i i t t h h E E x x t t r r a a s s ! S S P P E E C C I I A A L L $ $ 5 5 , 9 9 9 9 5 5 . M M I I T T S S U U B B I I S S H H I I 0 0 7 7 R R A A I I D D E E R R C C R R E E W W C C A A B B V V 6 6 A A u u t t o o m m a a t t i i c c T T r r a a n n s s m m i i s s s s i i o o n n C C l l e e a a n n T T r r u u c c k k ! S S P P E E C C I I A A L L $ $ 1 1 0 0 , 9 9 9 9 5 5 . C C A A S S H H P P A A I I D D F F O O R R J J U U N N K K C C A A R R S S ! $ $ 2 2 0 0 0 0 a a n n d d u u p p . C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 7 7 7 7 1 1 6 6 1 1 9 9 1 1 1205Autos 1200 Transportation R R O O P P E E N N y y l l o o n n D D r r a a c c o o n n 5 5 / / 8 8 , 1 1 6 6 5 5 . $ $ 5 5 0 0 . M M t t , . D D o o r r a a . 3 3 5 5 2 2 7 7 3 3 5 5 1 1 5 5 9 9 1 1 1120 Marine Equip/ Supplies M M O O T T O O R R 20hp Mercury, older model 200. $250 Please call 352-253-0875 J J O O N N B B O O A A T T 12 aluminum with trailer. Asking $400. Call 352-326-8459 J J O O H H N N B B O O A A T T 12 alum., good for fishing. $200. Please call 352-409-6940 J J E E T T SKI Seadoo, 2 person, not running. $80 Please call 352-357-0949 D D O O W W N N R R I I G G G G E E R R S S (2 non, old model w/mounts, etc. $300 Call 352-253-0875 B B A A Y Y L L I I N N E E R R 0 0 1 1 , w w / / t t r r a a i i l l e e r r & & e e x x t t r r a a s s , I I / / O O , 1 1 3 3 5 5 h h p p , 4 4 c c y y l l . M M U U S S T T S S E E E E ! $ $ 7 7 , 5 5 0 0 0 0 . 7 7 8 8 7 7 1 1 1 1 2 2 9 9 1101Boats 1100 Recreation F F R R U U I I T T L L A A N N D D P P A A R R K K , 3/2 doublewide on lg corner lot, 36745 Shadow Hill Dr. Inside & out remodeled. $67K Call 352-267-8391. 1002Mfd Homes W/ land For Sale S S E E N N I I O O R R S S & & A A D D U U L L T T S S O O N N L L Y Y $ $ 8 8 , 9 9 0 0 0 0 2 2 / / 2 2 N N e e w w H H o o m m e e s s i i n n n n i i c c e e q q u u i i e e t t p p a a r r k k i i n n E E u u s s t t i i s s . 6 6 6 6 x x 1 1 4 4 , A A / / C C , a a p p p p l l . , c c a a r r p p o o r r t t & & s s c c r r n n r r o o o o m m . C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 3 3 9 9 6 6 2 2 0 0 4 4 2 2 S S E E N N I I O O R R S S & & A A D D U U L L T T S S B B E E A A U U T T I I F F U U L L 1 1 9 9 9 9 1 1 7 7 0 0 x x 1 1 4 4 , 2 2 / / 2 2 w w / / c c a a r r p p o o r r t t & & s s c c r r n n r r o o o o m m i i n n a a n n i i c c e e q q u u i i e e t t p p a a r r k k i i n n E E u u s s t t i i s s . $ $ 6 6 , 5 5 0 0 0 0 S S O O L L D D P P A A L L M M H H A A R R B B O O R R H H O O M M E E S S 4 4 / / 2 2 f f r r o o m m $ $ 4 4 9 9 9 9 / / m m o o 3 3 / / 2 2 f f r r o o m m $ $ 3 3 9 9 9 9 / / m m o o L L o o a a d d e e d d H H o o m m e e s s o o n n Y Y o o u u r r L L o o t t 0 0 D D o o w w n n 8 8 0 0 0 0 6 6 2 2 2 2 2 2 8 8 3 3 2 2 L L E E E E S S B B U U R R G G in Ridgecrest 55+ park, with clubhouse & pool, dbl. wide 2/1, appl. inc luded screen room, carport with outside lift for handicap. $6,500. Please call 352-787-2103 E E U U S S T T I I S S F F o o r r r r e e n n t t o o r r s s a a l l e e 2 2 / / 1 1 . 5 5 c c o o m m p p l l e e t t e e l l y y f f u u r r n n . 5 5 5 5 + + p p a a r r k k . $ $ 7 7 0 0 0 0 i i n n c c l l . m m o o s s t t u u t t i i l l . C C a a l l l l 3 3 5 5 2 2 4 4 8 8 3 3 1 1 4 4 3 3 9 9 1001Mfd Homes For Sale

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1 w ww.dailycommercial.com Homes f eatures@dailycommercial.com C1 D AILY COMMERCIAL Friday, November 25, 2011 CARROLL JASKULSKI,JR: Dont just list my house,sell it / C2 FEATURES EDITOR NAME HERE K 3 52-365-8254 Lake and Sumter A Million Dollar View for a fraction of t he price! 113 of Lake Harris frontage. You will be mesmerized by the view them oment you walk in the front door. The l iving room with hardwood floors, massive stone fireplace, double set of slidingg lass doors that pocket out of sight b rings the outdoors right inside with you or just continue on to the pool and spa a rea! Great room space with the open k itchen area with oak cabinets, Corian countertops, breakfast bar, tile backs plash,under-cabinet lighting and huge tiled island. This area also includes the dining r o om and Florida room with breakfast nook and sitting area where youwill enjoy your morning coffee while w atching the eagles, hawks and blue heron. There are two master suites (one downstairs with separate sliding door a ccess to the pool) and one upstairs with t he most spectacular view of the lake! This home had a major renovation in 2 003 with practically every surface u pgraded (bathrooms gutted and replaced, new flooring throughout, all n ew windows and sliders on the lake s ide). Dock re-built in September, 2011. D ru Foley, Realtor, 352-978-8914 Lake Harris frontage E RA TOM GRIZZARD Two master suites,one upstairs and one downstairs. B eautiful landscaping w/ tiered s tone trim, oversized corner lot with views of Sawgrass Lake, tinted & vinyl enclosed raised porch with A/C, a living r oom plus dining r oom with built in china display cabinet, an updated kitchen features built in eating area and many cabinets, large master bedroom and master bath features walk in shower & dual sink vanities, a guest bedroom with guest bath nearb y. New paint, all appliances included, new floor ing thr oughout, o versiz ed carpor t, wor k shop / shed with double door entry, decorative finish on driveway, ceiling fans, gutters & d ownspouts, irrigation system with t imer and affordable association fees make this a very nice manufactured home priced in the 60s! The P lantation at Leesbur g is a r esident o wned activ e adult gated golf and tennis community with 2 manned gates, a 3rd is monitored plus a roving patrol. Stop by or call the sales office for your personal tour of this home and the facilities. Our office is located in P lantation Plaza, PAL R ealty 25327 US Hwy 27, S uite 202, Leesbur g, FL 34748 (352 See more pictures of #1253 on our web site www.theplantation.com Views of Sa wgr ass Lak e PAL REALTY-THE PLANTATION AT LEESBURG Living room plus dining room with built in china display cabinet. T his 3 bedroom 2 bath manufactured home is located 8.9 on acres with 2280 sq ft living area. Home also featuresd ining room, living room, familyroom with corner fireplace, huge kitchen withi sland seating and an open, split floor p lan. Master bath features garden tub w ith separate shower stall. Mature landscaping with oak tr e es. A beautiful setting with beautiful views P roperty also has a 6 stall bar n with wor k shop a nd tack r oom. I n another pastur e ther e i s a 3 stall barn plus a round pen for t raining. Wash area for the horses. Possible income from boarding horses. T he property is fenced and cross fenced. This is definitely country living a t its best but yet very convenient to shopping in Eustis and Mt. Dora with all of its quaint shops and restaurants. Only 15-20 minutes away from theS a nfor d ar ea and close for all the O rlandocommuters G r e at place to raise a family and a wonderful place to bring your horses. It is definitely a horse l over's dream spot. Reduced to $ 189,500. C all J o Leen C o oper for a viewing of this home at 352-267-0770 at Morris Realty & investments. A horse lovers dream MORRIS REALTY & INVESTMENTS Master bath features garden tub with separate shower stall.

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Home Builders Association presents coveted award T AVARES The home builders association of Lake-Sumter announced the s election of Joseph Williams, president o f TownSquare Construction as the Associations 2011 Builder of the Year a nd Lor etta M aimone pr esident of M a imone R e alty as Associate of the Y ear W i lliams was selected b y his peers for o utstanding leadership and commitment to the Association and the indus t r y dur ing this past y e ar H e is chair of t he Associations Remodelers Council, t he newly elected V ice P r esident of the Association, and an active volunteer for Habitat for Humanity. M aimone was the association s 20101 1 Business Silver Sponsor. She is the associations newly elected associate v ice president and serves on the G overnmental Affairs Committee, Banking and Finance Task Force, the Fall Home Show Committee and the R emodelers Council. T he H ome B uilders Association of L ake-S u mter is a non-profit trade industr y association r epr esenting 240 construction companies and associated business industr ies F or med in 1973, the HBA is the local affiliate of the N ational Association of B u ilders ( NAHB) and the F lor i da Association of H ome B uilders (FHBA C o ntact Linda N a gle Executive D ir ector of the HBA at 3 52-343-7101 for infor m ation. Stirling Sotheby's named sales agents for estate O RLANDO Stirling Sotheby's International Realty was recently named exclusive sales and marketing agents for a luxury lakefront country estate just w e st of Orlando in Lake C ounty that comes with a notable pedigr e e R oger Soderstrom, founder and owner of Stirling Sothebys International Realty, said the 55-acre luxury estate at 19035O range Ave. in Groveland features a 5,600 square foot lakefront hacienda designed by Arizona architect John B. S holz, whose U p to wn C our t a 103-room estate home outside the village of W indlesham in Surrey, England, ranked as the most expensive home offered for WILLIAMS AND MAIMONE Ashton Woods has homes ready ORL ANDO Ashton Woods Homes has two ready-to-move-in homes at Eagles Landing at Westyn Bay, which overlooks Lake Apopka off of West Road and OcoeeApopka Road in Ocoee. M ichael R oche, vice president of sales and marketing for Ashton W oods Homes in the Orlando r egion, said both homes offer five bedrooms, with offering 2,550 squar e feet of space, pr iced at $292,147 and the other home has 3,433 squar e feet, pr i ced at $329,131. The homes start at $269,900, Roche said. Only 15 home sites remain at Eagles Landing, R oche added. Ashton W oods H omes is one of the nation's largest private homebuilding companies with oper a tions in Orlando, Tampa, Atlanta, Raleigh, Dallas, Houston, Austin and Phoenix. Visit www.ashtonwoodshomes.com for information. NAI negotiates office lease ORL ANDO NAI Realvest recently negotiated a new lease agreement for 2,670 squar e feet of class A office space at Suite 235, Primera Court I, 725 Primera Blvd. in LakeM ary. NAI Realvest Senior B r oker Associate Mary Frances West, CCIM brokered the transaction. The landlor d at P r imer a C our t I is I nter changePrimera I, LLC based in D aytona B e ach. The new tenant Amer ica's Mortgage P rofessionals, is a lender that specializes in residential mortgages including FHA, VA, Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, is headquarter ed in F ort Lauderdale. Contact Mary Frances West CCIM, NAI Realvest, at 407-875-9989 or email to mwest@realvest.com or visit www.NAIRealvest.com. Associate Elliott earns a CIPS ORL ANDO S tirling Sothebys International Realty Associate Bruce REAL ESTATE NEWS PEOPLE, EVENTS AND PLACES C 2 DAILY COMMERCIAL/SOUTH LAKE PRESSFriday, November 25, 2011 352-357-8809TOLL FREE866-778-8253FOR SALE!1333 STARLIGHTSOUTHERN PALMS RV RESORT COMMUNITY1 Bdrm (Possible 2 1.5 Bath, Laundry Rm, Nice Backyard REDUCED$10,900LOTRENT$352.25BACKGROUND CHECK REQUIRED 1 Avocado Lane, Eustis FL(Next to Lake County Fairgrounds) COZY & TASTEFULLY DECORATED! 2/2 BRIGHT & OPEN FLOOR PLAN, LRG SCREEN RM W/VIEW OF WATER.SEPARATE WORKSHOP & LAUNDRY RM PLUS F LA RM. COMPLETELY TURNKEY! LIVE RADIO S HOW ON 790 AM E VERY TUESDAY 12:00-1:00PMMOBILE HOME RESALES1 MILE SOUTH OF HARLEY DAVIDSON ON US HWY 441 LEESBURG LK1953 $17,500 BEAUTIFUL 1/1 PARK MODEL W/ VAULTED CEILINGS, BRIGHT KITCHEN W/FABULOUS BAY WINDOWS FROM TOP TO BOTTOM, MANY UPGRADES & A 10X20 FLA RM. LOT RENT ONLY $275!! LK2073 $27,500 IF YOU WANT ON THE CHAIN OF LAKES THIS IS IT. HOME IS WITHIN 150 YDS TO THE BOAT DOCKS ON LAKE HARRIS.THIS HOME IS A 2005 FLEETWOOD 2/2 W/NICE SCREEN RM.LK2032 $38,900 LOCATED NEAR THE VILLAGES. LRG 2/2, HUGE BONUS RM WITH A WET BAR. HOME FEATURES A NEW HEAT PUMP AIR SYSTEM, LARGE EXTRA WIDE CARPORT & GREAT LANDSCAPING.LK2064 $40,000 www.SunBeltHomeSales.com352-314-0900 The Lake & SumterReal Estate SectionGets Results!For information about advertising in this section call 352-365-8243or e-mailRealEstate@dailycommercial.com L ast week we disc ussedsome continuing market conditions that will make selling a home every bit as challenging as it has been in recent years. As a way t o address potential diffic ulties, I suggested that delivering an informative, o rganized sales presentat ion to each prospective buyer would be very effect ive. We also determined t hat the logical person to d o this is your listing a gent. This week we will c over how to get this done, what should be included and what benefits you may realize fromi t. B y the way, planning this s trategy doesnt guarantee i t will happen all the time. Ther e is a protocol among Realtors that a listing agent not directly interact w ith another agents prospect, without permiss ion. What typically works well is simply asking, Would you like to view the home alone or would you like me to show you through? More often t han not, the listing agents a ssistance will be welcome. When another a gent is not involved, the l isting agent should always make the presentation to h is or her own prospects. N o one can be expected to n otice everything a home h as to offer on his own. A ttention should be drawn to the value of items like a double oven or an oversized cooktop inc ase the prospect has a l arge family or penchant f or frequent entertaining. A fenced yard should be noted for the safety of chil dren and pets. Emphasis should be placed on simp le things like extra stora ge areas, special indoor o r outdoor lighting, u pgraded storm protect ion, closet organizers, rain gutters, irrigating from waterways, 42 k itchen cabinets whatever your home contains that legitimately contributes to its comparative value. Your contribution to this endeavor is to prov ide your agent with a c omprehensive list of upgrades and, if possible, t heir cost. All of this s hould be presented in the context of benefits to the h omeowner not just a l itany of features. A world f amous sales trainer wisely o bserved What it is has n othing to do with them wanting it. What it will do for them has everything to do with them wanting it.T he more expensive and u pgraded the home is, the m ore important it will be t o use this approach. M o ney affords those who have it the power of choice. If your home is to b e their choice, it must make the strongest i mpression. Besides ensuring that prospects are made aware of all the house has to offer, there are several significant advantages that c ould be realized: 1) A k nowledgeable person is available to answer quest ions that may require i nformation not obvious on the listing form; 2) An o pen exchange involving a m ember of your team c ould reveal useful i nsights into the prospects d ecision-making hot buttons, personalities and qualifications; 3) Buyers will be more likely tor emember this home, w hich is very important in t he context of viewing m any properties in a compr e ssed time period; 4) When negotiations begin on an offer, the homes v alue will have already been established proactively (if value-added items are stressed for thef irst time in response to a low offer price, it appears defensive and weakensy our negotiating position) a nd reviewing them at that t ime will serve as effective r einforcement; 5) This demonstrates respect for e ach prospects time and m akes the visit more meaningful. R equiring your agent to control all showings is no p romise that you will get a higher price or quicker s ale, but you may. Or, you m ay sell a little faster. You may even attract a s tronger buyer who is able t o secure a loan commitment faster, satisfy other c ontingencies more easily, or who doesnt need to sell a nother home before you have a done deal! Carroll Jaskulski, Jr. Dont just list my house, sell it, part 2 Carroll Jaskulski Jr is a Broker/Associate with HOME Real Estate Professionals in Mount Dora. He can be reached at 954-234-4511 or cjmountdora@gmail.com. SEEREAL | C5 SEE PEP | C5 ELLIOTT

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Friday, November 25, 2011DAILY COMMERCIAL/SOUTHLAKEPRESS C 3 As you enter this home through the d ouble door entry you get that at home feeling right away. Home features warm c olors, unique tile work, wood floors and much more. Brand new top notch furniture throughout the whole house (most o f it conveys)..Formal living greets you w ith custom windows and draperies. F ormal dining is great for those get t ogether dinners, and family room with g as fireplace and vaulted ceilings is great for entertaining. This room leads to yourl arge screened-in back porch. The unique granite countertops in the kitchen are definitely an eye catcher a long with all the cabinet space it provides. Breakfast nook with 5 bay wind ows overlooks the back yard. Large master bedroom with walk-in closet, his a nd her sinks, garden tub and separate shower. Split floor plan with large bedrooms. One of them is currently being u sed as an office. New A/C, carpet, tinte d windows, 4 zone sprinkler system, r ounded corners, termite protection p lan, water softener and so much more. C ommunity features gated entrance, pool, clubhouse, tennis courts, RV park-i ng, etc. Great locationFor more info or to view this property call Lauren Fickett 352-636-2167 at Morris Realty & I nvestments. Grand double-door entry MORRIS REALTY & INVESTMENTS Family room with gas fireplace and vaulted ceilings is great for entertaining. N o r e ar neighbors terr ific backyar d! This 3/2 expanded O p al model with 1,751 sq ft. is located on a lo v ely conser v ation lot in Royal Highlands 55+ Active-Adult 24hour gated community The eat-in kitchen f eatur es a br eakfast bar gas sto v e built-in microwave, cabinets with pull-outs, r ecessed lighting, cer a mic tile floor ceiling fan and closet pantr y T he lar ge master bedr oom(16x16 a nd a walk-in closet. The spacious lanai (12x19ylic windows, an air conditioning unit and a sink. There is an inside laundry room with washer, dryer and stor age shelv e s and it is adjacent to the two car gar a ge with sliding screen door. O t her highlights: D r iv e way pav ers, 10x10 outside patio in back and all appliances are included. R oyal Highlands is located within e asy access to the FL T ur n pike R o y al Highlands offers many amenities and a low monthly association fee of $130, which includes cable T V and R V /boat stor age T o lear n mor e about Royal Highlands and this b eautiful home listed at $179,000 visit my website: www.RoyalHighlands.net. MLS# G4677577. C all Doug DuVarney of ERA Tom Grizzard, Inc. at (352 Conservation lot ERA TOM GRIZZARD The spacious lanai (12x19ludes sliding acrylic windows,an air conditioning unit and a sink. This home sits on a fairway of the golf course on a quiet, dead-end street in one o f Central Floridas finest active adult communities and has curb appeal, shade t rees and privacy. All at an inviting price. A living r oom, formal dining room plus the kitchen has a br e akfast nook, and t here are 2 nice sized bedrooms and 2 b aths. There is covered parking and a utili ty shed with double doors. New water heater 2007, new A/C 2006 w/10 year w arranty, new dishwasher 2005, new range 2005, new refrigerator 2002, u pgraded kitchen sink, newer paint, i ndoor laundry, ceiling fans, gutters and downspouts, irrigation system with timer and priced in the 60s! The Plantation at L eesburg is a resident owned active adult g ated golf and tennis community with 2 m anned gates, a 3rd is monitored plus a roving patrol. On site restaurant, 2 golf c ourses with equity memberships available, 3 clubhouses, 3 pools, full time a ctivity directors, 100+ activities perweek. Our office is located in Plantation Plaza, PAL Realty, 25327 US Hwy 27, Suite 202, Leesbur g FL 34748 (352ee m ore pictures of #1254 on our web site w ww.theplantation.com Updated to nearly new PAL REALTY-THE PLANTATION AT LEESBURG F ormal dining room plus the kitchen has a breakfast nook. HELAINE FENDELMAN andJOE ROSSON Scripps Ho ward News Ser vice DEAR HELAINE AND JOE: This sofa has been in my family for the past 19 years. We are packing to move and maybe it is time for the piece to go to a better home. After doing some I nter net r esear ch, I think the piece may be an original, even though there is no label. Are you able to help us with a resale value? THANK YOU, P.M.,NAPLES. DEAR P.M.: Because of the movie and television versions of MASH, the ter m Hot Lips is one that is familiar to many B ut this Studio 65 Bocca lip sofa certainly qualifies as an entirely different kind of Hot Lips. Sofas such as the one in today s question ar e an icon of moder n design. They ar e often seen in popular commercial media, and while some are valuable, many others are somewhat less so This sofa was designed in 1971 b y Studio 65, a design group based in Turin, Italy, and was called the Bocca, which mean mouth in I talian. I t is also called the M ar ilyn Lip S ofa (a r efer ence to actress Marilyn Monroe), but it really was inspired by a work by surrealist painter S alv ador D ali, who had cr eat ed a lips sofa in the 1930s Dali was inspired by his own wor k, a gouache painting of actress Mae West. As an artistic movement, surrealism drew upon the dream life for inspiration and featured shapes and images that were fantastic in natur e O n occasion, moder n design shared this same theme, and Dalis lip sofa was perfect for reinterpretation. When Studio 65 updated the Dali design, the company named it in honor of Monroe. It gained international attention in 1972 when it was exhibited in I taly at New York Citys Museum of Modern Art. There are two different versions of this sofa available on the mar ket, one b y G ufr am and the other by Heller. The difference between the two editions is that the G ufr am is made of soft polyur ethane (a high-resiliency flexible foam) and upholstered with an elastic fabric that can be removed and washed. The H eller edition, on the other hand, is made entirely out of polymer plastic, which meant that it can be used out doors. The Gufram lips sofa cannot be used outdoors and is considerably more expensive in the collectibles market. The Gufram can still be purchased for around $8,000, while the Heller is reportedly av ailable for about $1,000. The current value of the piece owned by P.M. depends on which manufacturer produced the piece I t appears fr om the photos that the sofa in todays question has the removable fabric cover of the Gufram edition. It would, however, have been much, much better if the or ig inal tag stating when this particular sofa was made and by what company had survived. W ith moder n design, the ter m or iginal can be a bit tricky, especially if the piece in question is still being produced and sold in the current marketplace. If P.M.s example is a vintage G ufr am, this sofa would probably sell in the $4,000-$5,000 range at a highquality modern-design auction conducted b y a company that specializ es in this sor t of merchandise. Hot Lips sofa could get some love at auction JOE ROSSON andHELAINE FENDELMAN / SHNS This 20th-century sofa exudes a sense of whimsy.

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Friday, November 25, 2011DAILY COMMERCIAL/SOUTHLAKEPRESS C 5 25327 US Hwy. 27 Ste. 202, Leesburg, Fl. 34748(352800resale@theplantation.comwww.theplantation.comThe LifeYouve Waited Your Whole Life For...Something for Everyone!! Let Us Find Your Dream Home! SEASONAL & LONG TERM RENTALS AVAILABLE OFFICE HOURS MON-SAT: 9-5 SUN: 10-4START LIVING THE LIFE! CORNER LOT! Split 3/2, formal rooms, family room open to KT, extended lanai. PRIVATE SETTING! Low 100s #G4678162 LAWN MAINTAINED!2/2, den w/desk space built in, lg master suite, oversized double garage. STILL LIKE NEW! Mid 100s #931 SUNSET VIEWS!Popular split 2/2, den, lg formal rooms, family room open to KT, custom bath, oversized garage. FURNISHED! Mid 200s #1147 PANORAMIC GC VIEWS!2/2, den, lg great room & breakfast nook, gourmet KT, Jacuzzi tub. NEW DOUBLE PANE WINDOWS! Mid 200s #1164 sale anywhere in the world at the height of the real estate boom. Recently the palatial estate sold for half its for mer asking pr ice or about $67 million. Soderstrom said the Groveland hacienda, built in 2002, is a br illiant example of the California Craftsman architectural style with pecky -cypr ess doors and cypress plank ceilings. The hacienda is a wor k of art, said Stirling Sotheby's luxury residential specialists Sally Taylor and Emily White. The Taylor/White International Team for Stirling Sotheby's International Realty ar e r epr esenting the G r o veland estate, which is listed for sale for $2.6 million. The four-bedroom luxury home offers thr ee full baths and a guest half-bath along with a game r oom, a private library, and a grand entrance with a 25foot high r otunda. A white, sandy beach on secluded Lake Ar thur is a focal point of the 55-acr e estate pr operty, which includes a parklike 15-acr e homestead and gar dens with extensive wooden decking and a secluded stone waterfall, Taylor said. The estate earns its agricultural proper ty tax exemptions with its 10-acre irrigated organic citrus grove and 30 acres of w ell-fenced cattle pastur e ar e served by a 3,750 square foot workshop, garage and far m v ehicle stor age building. The entire property is well fenced and the cattle pasture is cross-fenced, Taylor said. The property is protected by a gated entrance and extensive electronic security system. V isit www .S tirlingSIR.com for infor ma tion. REAL CONTINUEDFROMC2 Elliott was recently awarded the Certified I nternational Property Specialist professional designation (CIPSy the National Association of Realtors. R oger Soderstrom, founder and owner of Stirling Sothebys International Realty, s aid Elliott successfully completed a rigo rous course of requirements to achieve the honor. The CIPS designation is the gold stand ard in our industry, the highest assurance that a professional has demonstrate d solid experience and a thorough grasp of the peculiar ities of international real e state tr ansactions he said. E l liott has been with S tirling S otheb y s I nternational Realty since November 2 008 and has focused on inter national mar k eting of luxur y homes thr oughout Central Florida. S o derstr om said the U.S. r e al estate do w ntur n and r esulting r ecession hav e g enerated market conditions that bring i nter n ational r eal estate tr ansactions into a sharp focus Economic uncertainty is a way of life in most other countr i es ar ound the world, S o derstr om said. W o rldwide p articularly in Asia, India, Russia, Easter n E ur ope, the Middle East and now w ester n E u r ope the Amer i can D ream is h ighly desirable by the more resourceful and affluent families and inter n ational h ome buy ers S oderstr om explained. E l liott said the CIPS designation was the r esult of har d work. The study requirements are pretty str enuous but theres a lot to learn, E lliott said. Elliott said he is now able to use the designation CIPS after his name in official correspondence and will soon receive a formal certificate and a lapel pin that identifies his professional expertise to colleagues. Elliott said certification by NARs CIPS program provides him with access to research and reports on international real estate trends and transactions and access to the CIPS Network. CIPS tools are valuable to my career, Elliott said. Contact Bruce Elliott, CIPS, at 407-5817890 or visit www.StirlingSIR.com. SBA offering low rates for certain working capital cost ALTAMONTE SPRINGS The federal government recently released new regul ations enabling business owners to refinance owner-occupied commercial real estate loans, and to include, for the first t ime ever, certain working capital costs. S mall businesses facing high interest rates on commercial debt may now use l oan refinancing proceeds for such worki ng capital items as: salary, rent, utilities, inventory and other business obligations a s part of a U.S. Small Business Administration 504 program loan. The new refinancing regulations are p art of the Small Business Jobs and Credit Act of 2010, and while the rules were drafted last year, the final regula-t ions were just released this week. According to small business lender M e r cantile C a pital C o rpor ation, the new guidelines may be just in time to help b usiness o wners str uggling with high i nter e st r ate loans on commer cial build ings and an inability to tap traditional w or king capital methods T he new pr o visions that enable o w n ers to include business expenses in a r efinancing pr oject is a phenomenal dev e lopment, said MC C CEO Chr i s Hurn. The government is responding to t he cr i es of many entr epr e neurs and small business emplo y e rs who ar e des p erately in need of any means to finance w or k ing capital costs The loan str uctur e for the r efinancing p rogram mirrors the traditional 504 loan str u ctur e A third party lender, like MCC, funds a first lien por tion (usually not less t han 50 percent of the project costs), a C o mmunity D evelopment Company (CDC m or e than 40 percent of the project and the borr o wer funds no less than 10 percent of the project, which doesn't necessarily need to be cash with these newr efinance provisions. Interest rates on 504 loans have been hovering near record lows for most of 2011 (October's rate is 4.61 percent fixed for 20 years). One downside to the new loan provisions is that they expire in September of 2012. While the deadline is nearly a year away, we encourage all commercial property owners to immediately investigate refinancing into a 504 loan, said Hurn. The rates are very low right now, and they'll get to re-amortize their loan on a longer term with these business expenses now eligible to be rolled-in. But, this is a financing opportunity that may not be available 12 months from now. A former member of the Inc. 500 list, Mercantile Capital Corporation focuses on providing SBA 504 loans for small b usiness owners to acquire or enhance their own facilities. A wholly-owned subsidiary of Old Florida National Bank, the c ompany has been named a Small B usiness Financial Services Champion by the U.S. Small Business A dministration twice in the past four y ears. For information, visit w ww.504Experts.com. Stirling negotiates sale of luxury estate site O RLANDO Stirling Sotheby's International Realty recently negotiated t he sale of a 3.81 acre estate site on Lake M aitland near Winter Park for $2.25 mill ion. R oger Soderstrom, founder and owner of S tirling S o thebys International Realty, s aid the estate site located at 700 M anor Rd. in Maitland, is one of the largest in the ar ea and has one of the lake's longest s hor elines The estate site fronts on Lake M aitland as well as a canal that connects t o Lake N i na, S o derstr o m said. Altogether, the property boasts approxi mately 1,000 feet of water fr ontage. S u ngate T r u st acquir ed the property. Dick Toth, an International Luxury H ome Specialist with Stirling Sotheby's I n ter national R ealty in Orlando negotiated the sale representing the Bichette f amily. V i sit www .S tirlingSIR.com for infor m ation. NAI Realvest negotiates 2 industrial lease renewals ORLANDO NAI Realvest recently negotiated two lease renewals for industrial space totaling 10,515 square feet at commerce centers in Sanford and Orlando. M ichael Heidrich, principal at NAI Realvest, brokered both transactions representing the landlords. A t Monroe CommerCenter South, the tenant Highway 46 Holdings, LLC, based in Lake Mary, renewed its lease of 8,640 squar e feet in suites 1001-1013 at 4295 Church St. where COP-Monroe, LLC of Maitland is the landlord. Heidrich also represented the landlord C OP H anging M oss LL C in a r enewal lease agr eement with E l Neato, Inc. d/b/a Kona Ice for the 1,875 square feet leased at suite 320, 6124 H anging M oss R oad in the H anging Moss CommerCenter. C ontact M ichael H eidr ich, P r incipal, N AI Realvest at 407-875-9989 or email to mheidrich@realvest.com or visit www.NAIRealvest.com. Mercantile reports closing 4 commercial loans ALTAMONTE SPRINGS Mercantile C apital Corporation, one of the nation's l argest and most active providers of U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA l oans for small business owners who want to acquire or develop their own facilities, reported it closed four com-m ercial loans in October to finance projects that total more than $9.4 million. G eof Longstaff, chairman of Mercantile C apital Corporation, said the firm's l ar gest single loan in O c tober financed a $ 5.1 million diabetes treatment center in Citr us C o unty. S ince the star t of the y e ar M er c antile Capital Corporation has closed 46 commer cial loans to finance pr o jects that t otal mor e than $134 million, Longstaff said. Chr is Hurn, chief executive officer of M e r cantile C a pital C o rpor ation, said, We expect to finance over $150 million i n total pr ojects in 2011. That would m ar k a substantial incr ease o v e r 2010 and be our all-time record for volume. M ercantile Capital Corporation will r e locate fr om Altamonte S pr i ngs to Downtown Orlando in December, Hurn a dded. The firm is a wholly owned subsidiar y of O ld F lor i da National Bank, which is headquar ter e d in Orlando Architects awarded contract on 2 Winn-Dixies ORLANDO Baldwin Park based Cuhaci & Peterson Architects LLC., was recently awarded contracts to design the transformation remodeling of two WinnDixie grocery stores one in Jupiter and the other in P embroke Pines. Lonnie Peterson, chairman at Cuhaci & Peterson Architects, said both facilities will offer 45,000 squar e feet of space and the transformation remodeling assignment includes modern, up-to-date, unique concepts in both stor es. Peterson added that Winn-Dixie spent approximately $5 million each to modernize the grocery stores. C ontact Lonnie P eterson, Chair man C uhaci & P eterson Architects, LLC, at 407-661-9100 for information. PEP CONTINUEDFROMC2 DEREK KRAVITZ AP Real Estate Writer WASHINGTON The number of Americans who bought previo usly occupied homes rose s lightly last month but remained a t depressed levels. H ome sales rose 1.4 percent l ast month to a seasonally a djusted annual rate of 4.97 mill ion, the National Association of Realtors said Monday. Thats b elow the 6 million that economists say is consistent with a healthy housing market and s lightly ahead of last years sales the worst in 13 years. T he sales are measured when b uyers close on the homes. M any deals are falling apart before that point. One third ofR ealtors say theyve had at least o ne contract scuttled in October, u p from 18 percent in September. Contracts have been cancelled f or a number of reasons: Banks h ave declined mortgage applications; home inspectors have f ound problems; appraisals showed a home was worth less than the bid; a buyer lost a job b efore the closing. S till, the October increase in home sales beat analysts expectations. Some economists took t hat as a positive sign for the troubled market. We are not looking for a housi ng renaissance but the straws in the wind suggest that activity in the sector might be improving s lightly, said John Ryding, chief e conomist at RDQ Economics. M ore than two years after the r ecession officially ended, many p eople cant qualify for loans or m eet higher down-payment requirements. Even those with excellent credit and stable jobsa re holding off because they fear that home prices will keep falling. Home sales are also being hurt by a steep decline inf irst-time buyers, who are critic al to reviving the housing mark et. Activity among first-time buyers rose slightly last month to m ake up 34 percent of sales. T hats up from 32 percent in S eptember. At the same time, homes at risk of foreclosure made up 28 percent of sales last month. October home sales rose 1.4 percent STEVEN SENNE / AP S EESALES | C 6 Need a job? Need a better job? Need a change of pace? Then Check Out Classified Section 400 For Jobs Throughout The Area!

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C 6 DAILY COMMERCIAL/SOUTH LAKE PRESSFriday, November 25, 2011 That s do wn fr om 30 percent in September. Many of the sales w ent to inv estors who ar e incr easingly buying homes priced under $100,000. Sales in that categor y hav e incr eased mor e than 24 per cent o v er the past year while sales of more expensiv e homes hav e fallen. S ales hav e fallen in four of the five years since the housing boom w ent bust in 2006. Declining prices and record-low mor tgage r ates hav en t been enough to boost sales. Most economists say home prices will keep falling, by at least5 per cent, thr ough the r est of the year. Many forecasts dont anticipate a rebound in prices until at least 2013. The median sales pr ice dr opped r oughly 2 percent to $162,500 in October. The high rate of foreclosures has made re-sold homes much cheaper than new homes The median pr ice of a new home is roughly 30 percent higher than the pr ice of one thats been occupied befor e twice the nor mal mar kup Investors are taking advantage of the discounts Their purchases made up 19 percent of all sales last month, compared with less than 10 percent in healthier housing markets. Home sales rose across the most of the country. Sales incr eased 4.4 per cent in the West, 2.8 percent in the Midwest and 2.1 percent in the South. They fell 5.1 per cent in the Northeast. The glut of unsold homes declined slightly in A ugust to 3.33 million homes. At last months sales pace, it would take 8 months to clear those homes. Analysts say a healthy supply can be cleared in six months. The housing market continues to str uggle even as the broader economy has sho wn some improvement in recent months. The economy grew at an annual pace of 2.5 percent in the JulyS eptember quar ter M any econo mists expect slightly better gr o wth in the October-December quarter. Last week, the government reported further improvement in the number of people seeking unemployment benefits for the first time. The number fell to 388,000, the few est since A pril. I n O ctober the economy added a net total of 80,000 jobs. It was the 13th straight month of gains Still, the additional jobs w er e few er than the roughly 125,000 that are needed each month just to keep up with pop ulation gr owth. SALES CONTINUEDFROMC5 EMILY FREDRIX Associated Press NEW YORK The calm grayblue sky in an otherwise agitated Vincent Van Gogh painti ng. The flesh of a nude woman as painted by Amedeo Modigliani. O r the vibrant yellows, blues a nd chartreuse in a Franz M arc geometric masterpiece. Y our next wall color could be f amous. Or at least, it could share specks of colors seen in pieces on display at one of the w orlds most famous art museums, the Solomon R. G uggenheim Museum. T he museum has chosen 150 c olors from its collections and g alleries in a new partnership w ith Fine Paints of Europe, an upscale paint company based i n Vermont. T hrough a meticulous select ion and matching process that involved everything from holding up paint chips beside c entury-old paintings to stopp ing someone on the subway because of her shirt color, they h ave developed two distinct c ollections: one of colors used on gallery walls and another of colors used in paintings. Homeowners are more likely t o use paint to create a mood f or a room than to display multimillion-dollar works of a rt. B ut the same principles that m useums use in designing g alleries apply, said Karen M e yerhoff, managing director for business dev elopment at the Guggenheim. They use colors to evoke e motions or theatr i cs and to h ighlight paintings on display We have specialized experti se and it s something we do ev er y day Meyerhoff said. The 150 colors ar e str i king. The classical collection takes colors dir e ctly fr om the museu m s v ast collection, focusing p r i mar ily on the per iod fr o m t he late 19th century to 1937, i ncluding wor ks b y P a ul C e z anne V a sily K andinsky and V an G ogh. T he colors ar e not named or identified as being from a particular painting because they hav e been taken out of that context, M eyerhoff said. The gallery colors are taken directly from the background walls and fixtures in the G uggenheims galleries, a r ange of neutral tans, greys and whites, but also more vibrant colors including a deep navy and a smoky red. Some were created by Frank L loyd Wright, who designed the museum on New Yorks U pper East Side. T heres a beige that was the o riginal exterior color of the m useum, and a rusty red that is the original and current color of the central elevat or. C urators and gallery workers s pent months selecting the c olors, studying paintings and n oticing which colors a ppeared most often, or were most unique. Then, they had to find reall ife samples so the paint company could develop color formulas to match. M eyerhoff and the G uggenheim staff used Pantone chips, paint decks, m agazines. I stopped someone on the subway because of her yellow shirt, Meyerhoff laughed. T hen the samples went to Fine Paints of Europe, which r eplicated the colors by using a spectrometer, which isolates a hue and determines a form ula to create it in paint. This is not ey e matching. This is not human judgment, said J ohn Lahey founder and o wner of the Woodstock, Vt.b ased company. This is technology. But for Meyerhoff, and for homeo w ners who use the paints, its all about emotion and feelings. Galleries use background c olors to play off paintings, e ither by drawing directly f rom colors in the works or by creating the feel of a particular time and place F or instance M ey er h off uses l ight and dar k browns and pale gr a y gr e ens to ev oke 1 930s Europe. The G uggenheim p aint coll ections cost $35 per half liter or $130 per 2.5-liter can, which is about two-thir ds of a gallon. B y compar ison, a typi cal gallon of paint sold at most retail stores costs about $27. L ahey said the paint can get as much as 50 percent more cove rage than traditional paints. Homeowners may use wall c olor to enliven a living space, creating a calming atmosphere or one of warmth. M eyerhoff has some tips on c hoosing colors for rooms at h ome: n U se gray to mute the background and put the focus on your objects, whether t heyre works of art, or features such as fireplaces, crown molding or furniture. n P ick up a tone for a feat ured object in the room s uch as a couch and use a s imilar tone on the walls. H aving the same tone t hroughout will soften a room. n I f you have something you want to hide such as bad corners or pipes use dark colors n T o make a dramatic statem ent, paint one wall a strong c olor, such as a vibrant red or b lue F ine Paints of Europe offers c olor consultations to cust omers six days a week by phone. Guggenheim collection paint colors bring art home THE SOLOMON R.GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM / AP T his image courtesy of The Solomon R.Guggenheim Museum,New York shows P aul Cezannes,Man with Crossed Arms,ca.1899. This ima ge shows Vincent van Goghs Mountains at Saint-Rmy,July 1889. ROSEMAR Y SADEZ FRIEDMANN Scripps Howard News Service G ift giving oh my what a daunting chor e it can be With Christmas just a few weeks away, that sometimes-intimidating task can give us anxiety. Will we choose the right gift for the r ight person? Will the one receiving the gift like it? W ill the gift fit? S o many questions Lets see if we can think of some interesting gifts to give that will be pleasing to the recipient. H andmade or items that look handmade are usually a hit, such as needlepoint items. They impart a sense of nostalgia and feel oldfashioned, which can be a nice feeling, particularly around Christmastime. A needlepoint pillo w co ver is an example. Did you know that there are iPad and Kindle needlepoint cases for sale? Check around the Internet. Do you like to bake? Ah, youve given baked items for Christmas before, but have you put them into special containers that can be displayed and used year-round? A nice bowl that will wor k in the kitchen or can be displayed in the dining r oom would be nice P ersonalized items are another idea that makes it feel like you really thought of the person you are gifting. Anything monogrammed will work. Personalized stationery is usually a very welcome gift as well. Of course, we cant forget the pets. Pet owners love gifts for their pets, so why not a pet sweater for your friends best friend? If you dont know what to give someone and he or she has a dog, perhaps a gift for the dog would be better appreciated than something for the pet o wner R obes pajamas and slippers ar e items most people don t usually buy for themselves, so those could be a choice for the r ight person. Flannel pajamas? Ooh, nice. On the same comfy thought, how about a nice chenille throw for cold winter nights? The throws can be used as decoration on a sofa, loveseat or chair when not in use. A cocktail table can usually use a nice, big interesting book or two. They make the table look dressed and can be conversation pieces.P er haps a book would be a gift idea. A t any r ate giv e fr om the hear t. Heres ideas for gift giving SUSAN BANKS Pittsburgh Post-Gazette DECODING GARDENING ADVICE: THE SCIENCE BEHIND THE 100 MOST COMMON RECOMMENDATIONS By Jeff Gillman. Timber Press ($18.95 I have often said I wanted to found a group called the Commonsense Gardeners because, truth be told, common sense is lacking in a great many areas of life, gardening included. If such a group existed, scientist and author Jeff Gillman would be the president. His new book, Decoding Gardening Advice: The Science Behind the 100 M ost C ommon Recommendations, written with Meleah Maynard, will hit bookshelv es this month. It takes common questions about soil, water, pests diseases mulch, annuals perennials, trees, veggies and lawn car e and dissects them in scientific fashion. For instance, Gillman debunks the use of my corr hizae fungi, saying: There is no question that natur ally occurr ing my corrhizae ar e beneficial. The only questions are whether you need to add them to the soil, and whether they ar e aliv e when y ou buy them. H is conclusion: When they were tested at the University of Minnesota with otherwise healthy plants gr o wing in r eason ably healthy soils, there was no benefit to their use On the question of using organic instead of synthetic fertilizers, he has plenty to say H e points out that not all organic fertilizers are harvested or mined in ways that ar e ecologically fr iendly His conclusion: Wisely chosen organic fertilizers are a good idea for the gar den, but if y ou ar e on a budget, synthetics can do the job just as w ell. A look at Decoding Gardening Advice

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S S E E L L L L I I N N G G A A G G E E N N T T & & O O F F F F I I C C E E : : Angie Biederman, RE/MAX Realty Centre. L L O O C C A A T T I I O O N N : : 1201 Holly Drive, Mt. Dora F F E E A A T T U U R R E E S S : : 3BR/2BA, 1,159 sq. ft., Built in 2006, Block L L I I S S T T I I N N G G P P R R I I C C E E : : $85,000 S S E E L L L L I I N N G G P P R R I I C C E E : : $88,000 L L I I S S T T I I N N G G A A G G E E N N T T & & O O F F F F I I C C E E : : Ryan Berry, Vangie Berry Signature Realty. S S E E L L L L I I N N G G A A G G E E N N T T & & O O F F F F I I C C E E : : Skye Runnels, Vintage Realty Inc. L L O O C C A A T T I I O O N N : : 545 Shadow Run, Leesburg F F E E A A T T U U R R E E S S : : 2BR/2BA L L I I S S T T I I N N G G P P R R I I C C E E : : $104,900 S S E E L L L L I I N N G G P P R R I I C C E E : : $95,000 L L I I S S T T I I N N G G A A G G E E N N T T & & O O F F F F I I C C E E : : Theresa Morris, Morris Realty & Investments. 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