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The asking price of this; Winter Park home has been lowered greatly, a practice ~~d~happeing hroughou the area. H'


' There's similar pressure
throughout the Winter
Park, Maitland and Bald-
win Park areas to lower
asking prices, said Scott
Hillman, president of
Winter Park-based Fannie
Hillman + Associates Inc.
The good news is sales are
happening.
"Prices still have to
come down to get sold,"
Hillman said, "but people


are out there buying."
In 2008, home sales
and prices fell in all three
areas, and those homes
stayed on the market lon-
ger than in 2007, accord-
ing to the 2008 Hillman
Report, 2 comprehensive
analysis of home sales in
the Greater Orlando area.
The average sales price

> turn to REAL ESTATE on A3 ,


JENNY ANDREASSON
OBSERVER STAFF
AParkAvenue-area home-
owner knocked $1.50,000
off his asking price in
three months.
The 2,892-square-foot
home was placed on the
market in February for
about $625,000. In Mardi
the price was knocked
down to $599,000; by May
it was $475,000.


traditional rivals, Orange-
wood Christian and Pine
Castle Christian, Saturday
morning in a three-team
battle. The spring jamboree
was a false start Friday night
when storms blanketed the
area and canceled games
throughout Central Florida.
By the time the mud
stopped flying Saturday af-
ternoon, the Saints had 13-0

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ISAAC BABCOCK .
01:EM..I: STAFF .
A rain-drenched weekend .
didn't spoil the fun for one
local football team, as the
Saints marched over two ri-
vals in a two-game finale to
springtime on the gridiron.
And now the team's quar-
terback has high hopes for
a strong season to come in
the fall.
Trinity Prep hosted their


PHOTOD BY ISAAC BABCOCK -- THE OBSERVER


Winter Park / Maitland


Dog park
talksnear

final plan
ISAAC BABCOCK
OBSERVER STAFF
controversy over winter
Park's dog park lit up the
Commission Chambers on
'Ibesday night, May 26, as
residents traded jabs over
the park's history and po-
tential altered future. The
Commission had brought
two potential master plans
for how the park would be
altered, arousing the inter-
est and ite of groups on both
sides of the issue.
Before the discussion
began, Maybr Ken Brad-
ley called for civility over a
controversy that had led to
shouting matches between
residents.
"'J'hjs has been... the most
volatile issue that we've
faced as a city in the last
year," Bradley said. "You can
certainly have emotion and
passion involved ... but from
where I sit the ugliness of
this situation has to stop."
The major issues -
whether dogs should be al-
lowed access to Lake Bald-
'win, how inuclrland the off-
leash side of the park should
have compared with the on-
leash side, and whether visi-
tors should pay a fee to use it


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REMEMBER...

Ms. Caudie Warren,
108, of Altamonte
Springs, Fla., died Satur-
day, May 16, 2009.

Mr. John R. Chapman,
76, of Winter Park, Fla.,
died Wednesday, May 20,
2009.
Obituary information
from Golden'sFuneral
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C.T. Hsu + Associates announced that con-
struction has begun on a new state-of-the-art,
48-acre campus, for Edgewater High School,
replacing the aging facility that has served an
important role in the College Park neighborhood
since 1952. The new campus is scheduled for
completion in August 2011.
C.T. Hsu + Associates is an Orlando-based ar-
chitectural planning and design firm celebrating
its 25th anniversary this year. Visit www.cthsu.
com for more information.
The Central Florida YMCA offers aquatic pro-
grams for all ages, ranging from infants and
toddlers to adults 12 years-old and up. Visit you
local YMCA for more information or www.central-
floridaymca.org.


The Sons of the American Revolution complet-
ed its current year by recognizing several of its
Chapter if1embers and introducing its new officers
for 2009-2011.
During its May 9 meeting at the Mayflower Re-
tirement Center, the Chapter presented the follow-
ing awards:
The prestigious Liberty Bell Statue went to
Compatriots Robert Copeland, John Little and
Robert Murray; the Meritorious service medal
wenfto Jeffrey Sizemore and Norman Myers, who
also received th(s past president's pin; the Good
Citizenship IVledal ent to Richard Browilell and
Paul May; and the Distinguished Service certifi-
cate went to Dabney C. T. Davis, Thomas McElroy
Sr., Daniel Stebbins and Cecil Thompson,


On Saturday, May 16, Bryant University in
Smithfield, RI, Alexandra Turgeon, of Winter
Park, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in
Business Administration and Marketing with cum
laude honors.
Lonnie Royal, of Winter Park, has earned a
Bachelor of Science from Excelsior College in
Albany, NY.
On May 2, the Bach Festival Choir and Youth
Choir joined forces once again with the Lon-
don Symphony Orchestra, performing Carl Orff's,
Carmine Burana, at'the final performance of the
LSO's residency in the Daytona Beach Interna-
tional Festival.


cutting off the off-leash side
of the park from the viater
completely.
- City engineer Tim Egan
said it would be difficult to
allow people and dogs on
the besich at the same time,
separated by only a wire
fence.
"There is no easy way to
quantifytherisksassociated
with [a mixed-use beach],"
Egan said. "You either allow
the dogs on the beach ... or


you allow people. You don't
do both."
Others railed against the
city's prior changes to the
park. Resident Cindy Levine
said that the city's previous
attempts to leash. dogs on
the weekend had hurt the
dog park and driven people
away
"This is an absolute tray-
esty of the justice of power,"
Levine said.
Resident Joan Collins


said that dogs and people
could coexist in the park
just as they always have,
rather than seeming at odds
with each other.
"It's a people park, be-
cause Em a people," she
said. "People go there to re-
lax and enjoy their dogs."


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- dominated discussions.
Resident Bonnie Jackson
called into question wheth
er the park would be fit for
human use due to E. coli
bacteria contamination.
"If Fleet Peeples park
were a designated swim-
ming area it would have
been closed four times due
to E. coli contamination;'
she said.


That contamination had
been theorized by city en-
vironmental engineers to
have come from dogs in the
park, and fecal contamina-
tion in the soil and water,
The city had proposed
ways to rectify that situa-
tion,. including adding in
swalesalongthebeachfront
on the off-leash side of the
park to prevent- runoff con-
taminating the lake. More
radical solutions involved


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"Fighting breast cancer one chair at a time," was changed after press time. The event
was held at the Rosen Shingle Creek hotel on International Drive from 6:30 to 9 p.m.,
Wednesday, May 27.

A May 21 article titled "Local veterans reflect on their service" Incorrectly said IVIaj.
Gen. John Raaen was in the Core of Engineers. He was in the U.S. Army
Corps of Engineers.


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As Better Speech and Hearing Month comes to an end, I
want to discuss ways to protect your hearing in the coming
11tonths and years.
* Noise-induced hearing loss is 100% pi-eventable! Avoid
loud sounds when possible. When not possible, wear hear-
ing protection correctly. That means that you needto read
the directions on proper placement, use over the ear mpffs,
or purchase custom made ear plugs. Custom ear plugs offer
some of the best hearing protection and will last years if care
for properly.
* Avoid using cotton swabs to clean your ears. Cotton swabs
can cause serious damage to your ears and hearmg. That's
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* Check wigh your pharmacist or physician if you suspect
that your medication may be affecting your hearing or if no-
tice ringing in your ears. Sometimes medication dosage can
be altered to help with side effects. If not, monitor your hear-
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We often joke about hearing loss, but it is a real disability
with real consequences. If you are someone you know suf-
fers from hearing loss, provide support and encouragement.
Hearing loss is frustrating for all involved, offer to schedule
an appointment for your loved one, accompany them to their
appointment for a hearing test, and be patient as they be-
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Avoid the urge to "test" your loved one once they obtain new
hearing aids. They are working hard to become adjusted to
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criticism. It is tempting to see if they can hear a whisper or
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Thursday, May 28, 2009


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the generous support received from


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to Whole Foods,


honor of retiring Executive Director


The Jewish Community Center of


< continued from the front page -
and 6-0 wins under their belts.
Much of that came thanks to the
passing heroics of quarterback J.J.
Wartski, who frequently connected
with receivers 30 to 40 yards down-
field, leading to the decisive scores
in both of the Saints' games,
"We're focusing on passing be-
cause it's one of our strengths,"
Wartski said after his second win.
"We have just three returning offen-


Propelled by a strong showing
against their closest rivals, the Saints
are thinking positively about the
upcoming season, and Wartski said
it's time to shock some naysayers.
"We're going to build ort today,"
Wartski said. "We're going to be
there in the fall, and t think we're
going to surprise a lot of people. We
were good today, but I think we're
going to be even better."


sive starters from last year, so we're
going to focus on what we can do
well.'' .
What they did well was to keep
the defenses guessing, allowing
Wartski time to find a receiver be-
yond the reach of slower defensive
secondaries. And on the occasion a
team blitzed a mart and managed to
flank Wartski, he escaped with ease,
rarely feeling a hand on his body be-
fore he got a pass off.
Good timing also helped the


Saints, as Saturday morning was
Pine Castle's commencement cere-
mony. As a result, Pine Castle's play-
ers rushed to their game more than
half an hour late, and had no time
to warm up before hitting the field.
After playing all but one min-
ute of the game in a 0-0 stalemate,
Wartski fired off a pass that landed
more than 40 yards downfield in
wide receiver Brad Stinson s hands,
and sealed the final win for the
Saints.


< continued from the front page
for non-lakefront homes in Win-
ter Park dipped 20 percent, and
the city's 32789 zip code suffered
a 26 percent decrease in sales from
2007.In Maitland, the sales price for
non-lakefront homes only dipped
6 percent, but sales decreased 22
percent.
In Baldwin Park, non-lakefront
homes sale prices took a dip almost
.
identical to Winter Park 19 per-
cent but the community saw a 5
percent increase in non-lakefront
horses sold, 82 compared with 78.
Hillman said the increase is the
outcome of more homes being in
the pipeline in Baldwin Park than
the previous year.
The price of condos in Win-
ter Park's 32789 zip code actually
jumped 41 percent, $508,000 com-
pared with $359,000, but sales de-
creased 14 percent.In 32792, prices
dropped 17 percent and 24 percent
less condos were sold.
In Maitland, 43 percent less
condos were sold and the average


sales price dipped 29 percent. In
Baldwin Park, 33 percent less con-
dos were sold and the average sales
price dipped 23 percent.
In Winter Park's 32879 Zip code,
a non-lakefront home that sold for
less than $300,000 spent an average
of 200 days on the market. Condos
in the same zip that sold f or less
than $200,000 spent about 220
days on the market;.
In Maitland, non-lakefront
homes that sold for less than
$250,000 spent about 100 days on
the market. Condos in the city that
sold for less than $150,000 also
spent 100 days on the market.
Baldwin Park's non-lakefront
homes that sold for less than
$500,000 spent about 100 days on
the market as well. Condos that
sold for less than $350,000 spent
175 days on the market.
. Hillman said the worst is behind
us."Ithink we've hit bottom we're
going to drag alcing the bottom for
a while, but I think we've hit bot-
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Family activities and fes-
tive food are guaranteed
. to provide a good time. for
all ages. The community
fair and picnic wilt include
games, prizes, inflatables,
hands-on art projects with
Creald6 School of Art, and
Zoo Mom Science with rep-
tiles of all shapes and sizes.
Food and drinks will fea-
ture an authentic fish fry to
be hosted by Sole Survivors
and Ladies Making a Differ-
ened
Informational booths at
the fair will allow citizens
to get a closer look at the
CRA housing rehabilitation
program and the senior and
disabled housing rehabili-
tation program. Residents
will have the opportunity
to learn first-hand from
housing development rep-
resentatives as they offer
updates on the Hannibal
Square Community Land
Trust, Housing Rehabilita-
tion Programs and CRA His-
toric Preservation. Booths
will also feature Winter
Park Community Center
programs, Keep Winter Park
Beautiful, city ofWinter Park
Police and Fire-Rescue de-
partments and many more.
In addition to the festivities,
the city of Winter Park For-
estry Division will provide
free trees for city residents
while supplies last.
Family history specialists
from the Hannibal Square
Family History Research Li-
brary, a city of Winter Park
program, wm be available to
research your family history
usin nine Internet a ess

Records and the 1880 U.S.
Census. Community mem-
bers are encouraged to visit
the Hannibal Square Heri-
tage Center, just across the
street on West New England
Avenue'

Call City Hall at
407-599-9933 and visit us
at CityofwinterPark.org


Responsible Banking Pro-
gram is a community fo-
cused program. addressing
the critical social concerns
facing the greater Winter
Park area. The program is
comprised of a deposit ac-
count that offers a high rate
of interest for participating
individuals and institutions.
These deposits are then di-
rectly invested into three
socially sensitive loan cate-
gories with special rates and
terms: Affordable housing,
community building (edu-
cation, non-profit support,
faith-based initiatives, con-
servation and the environ-
ment), and business and
economic development.
Loans under the Micro
Loan Program will be of-
fered to new or existing
businesses. Prior to consid-
eration, new businesses are
required to obtain technical
assistance from organiza-
tions such as the National
Entrepreneur Center, Black
Business Investment Fund,
African American Chamber
and SCORE, a nonprofit as-
sociation dedicated to en-
trepreneur education and
the fornication, growth and
success of small business-
es nationwide. One of the
main goals of the program
is to achieve 10 percent
minority participation. All
closing costs are covered
under the city's agreement
with BankFIRST.
Small and start-up busi-
nesses within the CRA area
of Winter Park are encour-
aged to apply for the Micro
an rm calHng

info regarding BankFIRST
and their Socially Responsi-
ble Banking Program, please
call 321-278-2110 -

W.P. presents Coffeetalk
at night t001
If you have a hitte beans
to grind, or simply want
to espresso your thoughts
CoffeeTalk may be the per.'


fect cup for you. The city
of Winter Park is continu-
ing its popular CoffeeTalk
series, and has added Cof-
feeTalk@Night for those un-
able to attend in the morn-
ing. CoffeeTalk gives the
community an opportunity
to sit down and talk with
the mayor, city commis-
sioners and city manager
over a cup of coffee which is
generously provided by Pal-
mano's Coffee Roastery and
Espresso Bar in the morn-
ing and Cup O'.Soul French
Press Caff in the evening.
Residents have indicat-
ed speaking at large public
meetings is often intimi-
dating and uncomfortable.
Therefore, CoffeeTalk gives
residents the opportunity to
discuss their concerns with
their city officials in a more
casual and comfortable en-
vironment.
The one-hour CoffeeTalk
sessions will be held at the
Winter Park Welcome Cen-
ter located at 151 W. Lyman
Ave., at 8:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.
on the following Wednes-
days;
June 3: City Manager
Randy Knight
July 1: Mayor Ken Brad-
ley
Aug. 5: Commissioner
Margie Bridges
Sept. 2: Commissioner
Karen Diebel
Oct. 7:: Commissioner
Phil Anderson
Nov. 4& Commissioner
Beth Dillaha

Seventh Annual CRA
Community Fair, Picnic
The city of Winter Park
Community Redevelop-
ment Agency is proud to an-
nounce its Seventh Annual
CRA Community Fair and
Picnic will be from 11 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Saturday, June 6,
at Shady Park in Hannibal
Square. Shady Park is locat-
ed adjacent to the Winter
Park Community Center at
721 W. New England Ave.


May 26 City Cont mission
meeting highlightS
The City Commission met
at 3:30 p.m. May 26 in City
Hall Commission Cham-
. bers. Highlights from that
meetingregardingdecisions
made will appear in next
week's City Talk Column.

City to celebrate 30th
y08f 0 armOFS fF Market
The City of Winter Park
is proud to announce the
30th Anniversary Celebra-
tion of the Winter Park
Farmers Market will be held
Saturday, May. 30. Gity offi-
cials will kick-off the festivi-
ties at 9 a.m. on the steps of
the Market located at 200
W. New England Ave. Ven-
dors will provide special
discount offers throughout
the day and fun festivities
including games and face
painting will..be provided
for the children.
The Winter Park Farmers
Market began when former
City Commissioner Jerry
Donnelly suggested that
the city initiate a Saturday
morning market at the train

dae .r a2tlo 9e7d9dth
about eight vendors. Thirty
years later, the market hosts
more than 80 vendors with
about 5,000 visitors shop-
ping for diverse kitchen
and garden items, from bay
leaves and bratwurst to ba-
gels and butterflies;
For more information
regarding the Winter Park
Farmers Market 30th Anni-
versary Celebration, please


call 407-599-3334.

City's Micro Loan
Program aids Playhous9
The Winter Park Playhouse
is the first recipient of funds
fromthecityofWinterPark's
Micro Loan Program of-
fered through BankFIRSTs
Socially Responsible Bank-
ing Program. As the city's
only professional theater,
The Winter Park Playhouse
has long offered numerous
productions that add to the
culturevibrancyandcharm
of the city. The playhouse
plans to use the micro loan
funding to assist in renova-
Hons to double the size of
their current seating capac-
ity and upgrade the cultural
venue
.The City of Winter Park
and BankFIRST established
the Micro Loan Program
to allow small and start-up
businesses within the Com-
munity Redevelopment
Agency of Winter Park to
access loan amounts that
were traditionally smaller
than normal lending pa-
rameters of most banking
institutions. BankFIRST,
a longtime partner with
the city and involved com-
munitye pa er, aa t

9 portfolio of loans ap-
proved under the program.
The program offers loans
at prime plus one percent,
with a minimum rate of six
percent, with 3 to 5-year
rms fo amounts0r)a0nging
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students to walk and bike to
schooLon a reguhir basis.
Regtilar exercise plays an
important role in combat-
ing today's rising childhood
obesity and type 2 diabetes
rates. The Walk 'N' Roll pro-
gram is working to estab-
lish a regular exercise habit
thist can lead to a lifetime
of better health. They want
students, and their parents,
to think twice before get-
ting into a car to commute
to school. Not only is this
better for their bodies, but
the health of our neighbor-
hoods as well. Much of our
weekday neighborhood
traffic is due to school drop-
off and pick-rip.
Maitland residents help
make routes to school safer
and easier by keeping ob-
stacles, including trash cans
and cars, from blocking our
sidewalks. They can also
help by refraining from wa-
tering lawns with sidewalks
during commute times. And,


of course, driving with extra
caution when children are
present. In addition, patents
should always set a good ex-
ample by walking with their
kids whenever possible.
Our cities can help by
recognizing the need for
more and better sidewalks
and bike paths. Ending is,
of course, a key component
in this equation, but recog-
nizing the need should be of
paramount importance.
Thanks to a small group
of parents who recognized
the opportunity and took
the initiative, our children
and families are healthier
as a result. Many thanks also
to the Winter Park Health
Foundation for their lead-
ership in helping to bring
much needed dollars to
help seed programs such as
the Walk 'N' Roll program.

Call City Hall at
407-539-6200 and visit us
at ItsMyMaitland.com


these worthy projects, the
Foundation desired to edu-
cate and inspire others a to
.follow through on other
worthwhile programs. One
of these was the Safe Routes
to School Initiative. As a re-
sult of the Safe Routes pro-
gram, additional grants.
are being provided by the
Foundation to encourage
students to walk and ride to
school more often.
One such program that
deserves special attention is
the Walk 'N' Roll initiative.
Parents from Dommerich
Elementary recognized the
value in providing safe ways
for students to get to school
and to encourage them to
ride to school more often.
A team of parents devel-
oped the Walk 'N' Roll pro-
gram to motivate students
and parents to choose a
healthier way to commute
to school. Their efforts have
encouragedhundredsofele-
mentary and middle school


foundation identified nine
projects that were provided
funding to encourage them
to get started.
Two of these projects
were for our very own Mai-
tland Middle and Dommer-
ich Elementary schools.
Specifically, both schools
will receive $5,000 to sup-
port the installation of bike
shelters to show the value
each school places on stu-
dents biking to school.
In addition to funding


In November of 2007,
the Winter Park Health
Foundation began the
Think~Act~Be Healthy
Communities program that
focuses on identifying, de-
veloping, supporting, pro-
moting and funding initia-
tives that wm have a posi-
tive impact on the health
of families throughout our
community. .
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gram is on Eatonville, Mai-
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100 years and a few aces up her sleeve


BRITTNI JOHNSON
GUEST REPORTER

When Zulma Grigolo plays
cards for money she's got one
secret weapon no one can
compEte with: a pokertface.
100 years in the making,
Grigolo, a 29-year Winter
Park i'esident, has a passing for,
gainbling, though she keeps
it small-time because she said
she has.bad luck she's been
playing the same lottery num-
bers for 20 years and has never
won.
What she is good at is play-
ing cards. She plays two to
three times a week with a few
friends foi hours at a time.
- They play for nickels be-
cause Grigolo said it's "boring"
if they don't play for money.
And although she may know
the games better than any-
one, she doesn't always win. So
sometimes she uses other tac-
tics to increAse her "luck."
"She cheats," said Antoni- .
etta Tanesco, a friend for four
years and fellow card player.
"She's unlucky in the cards, but
lucky in health."
Gina Linares, Grigolo's
daughter, said playing cards
with friends helps her mother
stay healthy and sharp.
"Some days she wakes up
and looks old, but then her
friends come over and she
turns into a different person,"
Linares said.
Grigolo recently celebrated
her 100th birthday with a big
party. She rode in style, need-
mg no help getting into a 1930
Ford.Model A convertible, bal-
loons boasting her age flying
over her head, to cruise down
Park Avenue.
The car even stopped at


Morse and Park avenues so that
a group of friends and fam-
ily could cheer and sing happy
birthday while the people at
the restaurant sidewalk tables
clapped. Grigolo donned a dia-
mond tiara for the occasion
and smiled and waved.
"She was not bashful," Lin-
ares said. "It was like.she wasa
movie star, like she had done it
before."
The highlight of the party,
Linares said, was when her
mother was blindfolded and
got to hit a pifiata in the shape
of her age. Grigolo didn't enjoy
doing it, but she never backs
down from a challenge, and
said she ivanted to show ev-
eryone that she didn't feel like
she was 100. Though she didn't
break it, she did get to try
something she'd never done
before, plus it was filled with
something she likes.best lot-
tery tickets.
Besides good genes, Linares
said that her mother's extraor-
dinary health, especially men-
tally, can be credited to having
a busy mind and feeling useful.
Grigolo does everything her-
self and loves to cook for her
family and friends. She also al-
ways has a plan for the future.
"It keeps a healthy mind to
have something to look for-
ward to," Linares said.
Topping her grand 100th
birthday party was going to
be hard, but Linares came up
with something she knew her
mother would be able to look
forward to Grigolo is going
to Las Vegas for her 101st birth-
day and she said she knows
she'll make it to 101.
"Unless a car runs me over,"
she joked.


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For Greater Orlando's


Family




The Maltland Public Library, at
501 S. Maitiand Ave. will host
the following programs this
week:
Goodnight Moon Stories and
Craft program for children of all
ages will be held at 7 p.m. on
Monday.
Preschool Stories and Crafls for
ages 36 months to 5 years will be
held at 10:30 a.m. on Tuesdays,
Baby &. Toddler Mingle, plus
Story Time for infants to 36
months will be held at 10:30 a.m.
on Thursday.
Reading Buddies, suitable for
the earliest readers through fifth-
graders, will be held at 4 p m. on
Thursday.

The MaMand Art Center invilss
children ages 6 through 12 to
channel their inner artist at its
weeklong, all-day, "Art Lab"
camp this summer. The camp
sessions are offered during the
week of July 6th and the week
of August 10th, and will be held
at the Maitland Art Center. The
week-long sessions will run from
9.a.m.to5p.m..
Internationally recognized art
instructors with assistants will
teach children pottery, sculpture,
painting, photography, illustration
and multi-culturalart.
The camp price is $225 per
week for Maitland Art Center
members and $250 for non-
members. Register by June 15
and receive a $?5 discount.There
is also a 1Q percent discount for
siblings.
Spaces are limited to keep
class size. small Contact Ann
Colvin at 407-539-2181 br
acolvin@itsmymaitiand.com.
More information is, available at
www.maitingdarteenter.org.
This summer the Morse Museum
invites families inexperience
its newest exhibition, "The
-Virlues of Simpiloity* American
ArIs and Crafts from the Morse
Collection," through two free
programs designed especially for
elementary school children.
On Tuesday in June and July,
families, can..enjoy a 45-minute
guided? In(iseum tour that will
include "The Virtues of Simplicity"
and a take-home- art activity
related to the show.
Space in these free programs
is limited, and reservations
are .required. AII children must
be accompanied by a parent
or guardian. A $5 refundable
deposit per child is requested
when securing a reservation for
the .family film. Call 407-645-
5311, extension 117, to make a
reservationorformoreinformation.
The museum's summer hours
are 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday
through Saturday and I p.m. to 4
p.m. Sunday. Admission is $3 for
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with the focus on building
respect for food.
Veteran marketeers know
to arrive early for the best
selections and find great
bargains near closing time.
Don't forget to bring your
own tote bags.

The Winter Park Farmers
Market is set to celebrate its
30th anniversary on Satur-
day, May 30 from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. Families will enjoy door
prizes, face painting, games


and a dog show competi-
tion. More than 80 vendors
provide a wide choice of
fresh and unique specialty .
items, flavored coffees, pas-
tries,. herbs, fruits, vegeta-
bles, pastes, produce and ex-
otic plants.
200 W. New England Ave.
(Train depot)
7 a.m. -1 p.m. Saturday
For more information
contact Craig M. O'Neil at
4077599-3506 or visit Cit-
yofWinterPark.org.


The- Maitland Farmers
Market on beautiful Lake
Lily has become a family
spot on Sunday mornings.
Plants, flowers, pet treats,
fruits, vegetables and herbs
are a few of the tempting
selections offered. The wide
variety of fresh foods and
beverages assists any fam-
ily in keeping healthy mitri-
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p.m.to 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 2.
Registration required.
Nintendo Wii Gaming for seniors
will be held at 1:30 p.m. on Wednes-
day, June 3.
Knitting and Crocheting Club will be
held from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Thurs-
day, June 4.
"Their Eyes Were Watching God"
book discussion will be held at 1:30
p.m. on Friday, June 5.
"Unique Knitting Projects," with
Maitland's own Sip and Knit Shop
instructor, will be held at 1 p.m. on


Saturday, June 6.
Celebrating Iced Tea Month with
the Olde Cup and Saucer will be held
at 2 p.m. on Sunday, June 7.
The city of Maitland is swearing in
Douglas M. Ball to police chief at
10 a.m. on Wednesday, June 3 at the
Homebuilders Association Building,
544 Mayo Ave, in Maitland.


the show will begin at 6:15 p.m. On
Friday, dinner will be served at 6:15
p.m. and the show will begin at 7:15
p.m: Tickets for dinner must be pur-
chased in advance.
Proceeds from the Broadway
Bound Dinner Theater will benefit the
First United Methodist Church of Win-
ter Park Youth Choir.
The following events are happen-
ing at the Maitiand Public Library,
501 S. Maitiand Ave. Maitland. Call
407-647-7700 for more information,


Introduction to Yoga with Lenny
Barrett will be held at 2:30 p.m. on
Sunday, May 31. Bring a mat or tow-
el.
"Master the Art of Reading," Adult
Summer Reading Program, will be
held Monday, June 1 through Friday,
Aug. 13.
Computer Class: Caring for your
Home PC will be held from 10 a.m. to
11:30 a.m. on Monday, June 1. Reg-
istration required.
Computer Class: Travel Resources
on the Internet will be held from 7


Music from "My Fair Lady," "The
Sound of Music" and "Oklaho-
ma!" will be featured in Broadway
Bound, a dinner theater to be held
at First United Methodist Church of
Winter Park on Thursday, May 28, and
Friday, May 29.
To purchase tickets please call 407-
644-2906 or visit the church office at
125 N. Iriterlachen Ave. The cost for
the dinner and show is $20 for adults
and $10 for children (ages 3-12); $10
for the show only. On Thursday, din-
nor will be served at 5:30 p.m. and


market.com.
Waterford Lakes Town Center
Farmers Market opened in April
and offers global diversity with
jewelry, crafts, food and drink from
aroundtheworld.Shopperswillfind
African Butterfly hair clips, Jamaica
Blue Mountain Coffee, Bodacious
Biscotti, Italian ice, hummus, Bakla-
va, Belgian waffles and Colombian
empsinadas seasoning to start. Fa-
miliar treats include shrimp, Geor-
gia peaches, fresh lemonade and
fresh pineapples that can be cored


on the spot.
Kids entertainment includes the
Waterfordiakes mini train and play
area, and pets are welcome.
Waterford Lakes Town Center
413 N. Alafaya Trail
InfrontofRegalWaterfordLakes
20 Movie Theater & Pier 1
8 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday
For more information contact
Dana Brown at jadeproduction@
bellsouth.net or 407-737-2866.


downtown Orlando. This markets
pet friendly with lots of treats and
items for Fido, plus plants, produce
and yummy choices for kids such
as snow cones,-smoothies and fresh
juices. Every third Sunday features
"Arts in the Park" with live enter-
tainment.
East Central Boulevard and North
Eola Drive
10 a.m. -4 p.m. Sunday
For more information contact
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Opinion/
a "wonder" drug for the Men for America!" Not even and accelerated America's
Per sp ec tives treatment of brain injuries the Times commented on financial meltdown, now
and diseases, sildenafil cit- the irony of such a spokes- call the shots as to Ameri-
rate was to dramatically man for such a product. ca's future economic well-
. increase the flow of blood That irony is quickly being.
to the brain but sadly, Ger- becoming pass6; we have For a "community or-
man scientists confused to look no further than ganizer" such as President
the scientific objective. Un- America's distinguished Obama to have turned over
fortunately they were the left. Bouyed by the election the reins of America's re-
unintentional victims of a of President Barack Obama cover to such "non-com-
massive bureaucratic lan- and his pledge to remove unity" types is staggering
guage snafu, but to make a troops from Iraq, liberals in its implications. Irony?
I didn't have him scheduled for death long story longer, the tech- were excited by the pros- In his eulogizing ser-
nical product assignment pects of no Americaris dy- mon, the Most Reverend
I understand irony is out. mostly around Obscure, (blood to the head) was lost ing in the Middle East, only Fitzwalter Periwinkle said
The chic of being ironic Fla.).trace the beginnings of in translation and as a re- to then see Obama up the of Sir Reginald Honorable
gone. So yesterday. Poof! I the loss of irony to the na- salt Viagra was. created and ante of endless war by shift- Van Cleef IX, "I didn't have
think I saw that in a recent tion's public school system introduced tb the American ing thousands of troops to hiki scheduled for death.
Times obit. "And with the and the widespread deci- market. Afghanistan. Like irony itself. It was so
death of Sir Reginald Hon- sion irr the 1960s to dra- Those observing such Noted liberal French sudden. His passliag was so
orable VanCleef IX, irony, a matically reduce time spent matters also noted an up- commentator Flummox very far beyond our minds.
late 20th century fixture of at "recess" for America's el- tick in suicides for women Softie spoke for many Honorable lived, nay, em-
the urbane and privileged, ementary school children. older than the age of 70. when he observed "Ameri- braced the ironic life. He
sadly died too." Retired Superintendent Said Ima Overit, "I watched cans are constantly 'bait even looked for irony in the
In summing up the de- R. Ross "Whitey" Bloke of my friend Sally Cenile have and switched'by their poli- Times' crossword puzzle.
mise of irony, the Most Rev- the Ottumwa, lown school to endure her wretched ticians. They buypeace but Mon Dieu!"
erend Fitzwalter Periwin- district attributes the deci- husband's 'junk" get rein- get war. We French see the "In summing up Hon-
kle, of the Softsell Baptist sion to do away with recess vigorated just when all Sally irony you Americans get orable's ironic life I end
Church of New York City, to Sputnik: "The Ruskies wanted to do was plant her hosed and call it a bath. Sa- with a quote by his favorite
observed, "Irony has died were blowing our socks off garden. It was too much, cre bleu!" author, David Foster Wal-
in America. President Bush academically, for capital- too often, if you catch my The saddest unrecog- lace, 'The problem is that
and Vice President Cheney ism to survive meant more drift. I lost Sally to Viagra. nized irony of the Obama once the rules of art are de-
were constantly pushing work, less play for our kids. It's tragic. It most definitely administration has been its bunked, and once the un-
the envelope of irony but It seemed right at the time. is not ironic!" choice of economic advi- pleasant realities the irony
somehow; someway, it was 1Vone of us knew the ac- But ironists were quick sors. What used to be con- diagnoses are revealed and
lost on America. We no lon- tual "fallout" would be the to single out Pfizer Corpo- sidered "common sense" diagnosed, "then" What do
ger, as a nation, have the death of irony just two gen- ration's recent announce- of not allowing the foxes we do?"'
ability to distinguish irony rations later. It would be ment that America's to guard the hen house has And the answer is, Amer-
from tragedy (humor?) or tragic except it's so.ironic. unemployed males have been turned on its head ica? Steady as "she" goes
even from junior high jokes We didn't know We didn't "long" suffered enough by with the economic leader- doesn'tget it anymore, kids.
on 'passing gas."' know." announcing a national pro- ship (and subsequent poli-
Some scholars of irony An opposing view traces gram of free Viagra under cies) that are now in place.
(mostly centered in Amer- the loss of irony to more the headline, "Hard Men for Again the Times sees no
ica's Ivy League schools, modern forces, particularly Hard Times!" Former Vice irony, just fiscal good sense (4 JEPSON
although there remains de- the introduction of sildena- President Cheney it was and prudence. Wall Street
voted pockets of "ironics" fil citrate into the, uh, um, noted was being considered bankers and hedge fund Chris Jepson's opinions are made
in the more "rural" parts of American consciousness. as the chief spokesman for managers, the very same independently of the newspaper.
Iowa and Central Florida, Originally conceived.as the-new initiative, "Hard motley crew that created Write him at jepsqn@MEDIAmerica.us.



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to follow their orders. Not
so fast King Bradley. We are
first and foremost residents,
and it is you that exists as a
public servant to us. Those
of us who have volunteered
countless hours on citizen
review boards are owed an
apology.
Bonnie J. Jackson
Winter Park


would like to see a discus-
sion that culminates in an
. agreement where neither
dogs nor people feel that
they have to lose out.
Ed Saboli
Winter Park

Volunteers strived to find
Common dog park ground
Once again, resident Sandy
Womble is misleading the
public about Fleet Peeples
Park. Contrary to her as-
sertion, there have been
numerous publicly noticed
meetings regarding the ap_
propriate use and/or recon-
figuration of this park. The
problem is that some peo
ple, including our new may-
or, think that he who barks
e lo est ndlsdon etie sn
if those barking happento
represent a minority of the
residents or represent non-
res ea lunteer member

of the Parks and Recreation


Commission for the city of
Winter Park, we have lis-
tened to a number of our
residents, and evaluated the
health and safety concerns
associated with dog parks,
and the appropriate con-
fi tion for do parks.
Many residents no longer
use this park due to fecal
contamination, aggressive
dogs and the large number
of unfamiliar dogs populat-
ing this park.
The park is no longer
just dog-friendly, it is a dog-
only park that excludes
and/or greatly diminishes
other recreational uses,
such as windsurfing, ca-
noeing and kayaking. As a
board comprised of volun-

8 et e tried
in order to arrive at a sound
recommendation for the
City Commission to con-
siderlthat indud1es doMgs and
Ken Bradley has decided


to make very personal and
ugly attacks on the mem-
bers of the Parks and Rec7
reaction Commission in the
name of civility and while
repeatedly interrupting and
demeaning his fellow mem-
bers of the City Commis-
sion. I listened at a recent
City Commission meeting
as the new niayor stated
that the citizen boards exist


Agreement should be
win-win for people, dogs
To your reader who says
eTa & edd p and
stated that the dogs are go-
ing to have to lose otit, I say
he doesn't get it. Aside from
the question about the fed-
eral government'sintent
when they deeded the land
(originally owned and paid
for by all of us taxpayers) to
Winter Park, what ever hap-
pened to the idea of every-
one having the opportunity
to enjoy living in or visiting
Wir>ter Park? I mean, sug-
gesting that dog lovers start
a fund to buy their own .
park, calling them crazies,
saying they won't share the
rk, that o 4 ople
and that they will sue the
city if cine of their dogs dies
of an infection? I say that
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all the usual legal trappings.
You do want to keep blood-
thirstyundesirables from
being too close to the digs
where you have your fam-
ily and friends in the U.S.,
don't you?
Obama repeated his
habit of speaking too soon,
for he had not thought a
whit about where to store
the Gitmo terrorists after
they left their snug quarters
on Cuba. At this writing,
Obama is without plans to
guide him. I come full-circle
in asking: Why don't we
stay in Gitmo?
Saul Alinsky and friend?
Saul Alinsky's famous
and infamous book, "Rules
.for Radicals," is the often-
quoted scary source of
much that fills the mind
of Barack Obama and his
erstwhile Leftist Chicago
colleagues. Alinsky's quasi-
philosophical thesis in
many ways out does "The
Prince" of Machiavelli in
exploring pragmatic evil
behavior.
Clearly American voters,
as well as the media, had
scarcely an idea of the new
president's intentions when
he took office. His cam-
paign's sweeping promises
of "transparency in govern-
ment" have, in great part,
been manipulated, as to
visible contents and their
meanings. The media have
been scrambling to put to-
gether some kind of patch-
work quilt that can embody
Obama's heretofore mean-


during ideology. Obama's
first 100 days contained a
series of flip-flops that kept
everyone off balance. He
is addicted to the Alinsky
style of pragmatism us-
ing spur-of-the-moment
power to attack all things
capitalistic. People who
"bought" Obama as a lib-
eral, or a moderate, were
short-changed.
Obama's actions that
increase his own power
- as well as his actions to
avoid decreasing his power
- highlight Alinsky's gift
of Radical Socialism to his
protege. Obama's words
are suave, and his ideas
are slippery. Conservatives
who would like to know
what kind of guy we have
in the White House dare
not be sucked in by the
term "liberalism" which
cloaks Obama's inces-
sant desire for "power." He
believes Marxist "sharing
of (your and my) wealth"
will achieve his ends. Poli-
cies and politics are not
Obama's bag, and he rarely,
if ever, acts on principle.
Power alone has got-
ten him where he is, i.e.,
to the peak of our Execu-
tive Branch. All signs seem
to point to an eventual
Obama coup to usurp the
other two branches. I
thinkhe sees himself in his
dreams as a benevolent col-
lectivist demagogue. Alin-
sky concocted 13 rules for
radicals. The first: "Power is
not only what you have, but
what the enemy thinks you


have." That's about where
Obama seems to be in Alin-
sky's book, at this date.
Weimar redux
With Obama spend-
ing more money than all
preceding presidents com-
bined, the U.S. could be on
the way to a monstrous in-
flation, such as that which
engulfed the German
government in Weimar, a
few years after World War
I. Germany's government
leaders displayed a juvenile
knowledge of economics
that would have gotten
them flunked in the 10th
grade, i.e., they fell for the
idea that a nation can cre-
ate money by spending
money. Obama does not
hide the fact that we are
spending money that we do
not have, and we may find
to our tragic dismay that
we have entrusted our cur-
rency printing-presses to a
reckless leader. Right now
Obama is already increas-
ing the currency float at the
rate of 17 percent a year
and seems to have gotten
his trillions mixed up with
his billions. Nobody savvy
has been able to envision
a future time in which we
can pay back the debts that
Obama has run up in his
first 100 days.
The brick in your wal-
let, alas, is fast on the way
to becoming very small
change. Is this the "change"
Obama keeps promising
us?!


remind the world of Amer-
ica's great sacrifices in dol-
lars, material and lives,
When Colin Powell
was asked by a European -
journalist to comment on
American imperialism,
he replied: "America has
fought in many foreign
wars and the only land we
asked for was land in which
to bury our dead." .
Americans, let's inform
ourselves better before we
vote in the next elections.

Flip-flop Where'll he
stop?
Every time our loqua-
cious commander-in-chief
takes to the airwaves, he
tells us of his latest dream
to change something. Too
often, the item he wants to
fix ain't all that broke, and
he has no plan to fix it. Take
Guantanamo: Sixty-eight
years ago, on my way to join
some Navy pals holed up
in Guadalcanal, I stopped
by "Gitmo" long enough
to look it over. Now, Mr.
Obama tells us he wants to
get rid of Gitmo. .
Gitmo is worth its
weight in terrorists it's.
just about the ideal place to
put people whose one lust
in life is to kill you. Gitmo's
prisoners were not and
are not military personnel
in uniform taken captive
in war. They were and are
the most vicious brand of
Islamist radicals, and don't
beloixg in the states as plain
old jailbirds surrounded by
lawyers, habeas corpus, and


Conservative
Cultural Commentary
By Louis Roney
Distinguished Professor Emeritus, UCF
2004 Fla. Alliance for the Arts award
Assisted by beloved wife Joy Roney

Numbers don'tlie
Wh0TO hOTOBS


Memorial day May 25 ...
God bless America!
President Obama told
Europeans we are arrogant.
Are we arrogant? Speak
for yourself Mr. President.
What have you risked for
this country to entitle you
to callAmerica arrogant?
I served four years on
active duty as a Navy Gun-
nery Officer in WW II. I am
solemnly proud of those
years. I have no arrogance
to apologize for.
President Obama, if you
feel the riced to apologize -
for the U.S. please do so
for yourself alone. I hope
that in the future you will


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'Year Qne'


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An old woman places a
curse on Christine Brown,
an ambitions loan officer,
after she refuses to grant the
old woman an extension on
her home loan.


'Land of the. Lost'


'Transformers: Revenge of


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on the following proposed ordinance:
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF MAITLANO,
FLORIDA, ADDING ARTICLE ill, IN CHAPTER
5.3 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE
CITYLOFMMDAITPD8ECLARROPG UNED
A PUBLIC NUISANCE; DEFINING AND
adl GDOPNREODCED ES FDORPEDR OL
R8P RWRESp CA HT00R SPO
OF ABANDONED PERSONAL PROPERTY:
PROVIDING AUTHORITY AND PROCEDURES
AIRNTENEAN S U 1 DI Rd R
OF ABANDONED REAL PROPERTY; PROVIDE NG



TCCOL R HDTNHGE SI T S
PROVIDE NG FOR CONTROL; PROVIDING FOR
SF EC ELID EAND PROVIDING FOR AN
Th P ed I at96 3M R



c oof hheeC C kdf I sanecce losn7t
parties may appear at the hearing and be heard
withd prn hoopd I eesd aeNa ny decision

rse ta a fa me Tpdu f h
proceedings is made, which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon which the appeal
is to be based. Persons with disabililes needing
assistance to participate in any of these proceedings
should contact the city clerk's office (407-539-
6219) 48 hours in advance of the meeting,
Mar I TLA
City Clerk
5/28

IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE 9th JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND F0R 0 AGSEECN00 0 -C 1R 2
RFORD LAKES COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION,


TEFANIE WHALLEN, JAMES-WHAl.LEN, and JOHN
DO and ANE DOE, as unknown tenants,
NOTICE (iF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GiVEN that pursuantto a Default
Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered in the above
dd u In e ui Coo Rf 0 an un
County, Florida, described as:

tric10 eHd kej Do Pe 1 fTth
Public Records of Orange County, Florida.
at public sale, to the highest and best bidder, for
cash, in the Orange County Courthouse, 425 N.
Orange Avenue, Orlando, Florida 32801, at ---11:00
a.m. on the 18 day of June, 2009. Any person
claiming an Interest in the surplus from the sale, if
any, other than the property owner as of the date
ofnth11ssp dens must file.a claim within 60 days
The aforesaid sale will be made pursuant to
a Final Judgment entered in this cause on May
11, 200g.
the 1 des myM n d the seal of this Court on



cD uhuje a


a c t


c on
Relay Service. 5/21, 5/28

lN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, FOR ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA
I'ase No.: 2009 DR 6106
Division:38
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF:
ESIRE ESQUILIN,
go
and '
. JOSE A. BINET RODRIGUEZ,
Husband
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR PUBUCATION
TO: Jose A. Binet Rodriguez
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Dissolution of
arda nc d gd bs I odis luti n ofdmy.
sonal property, and for payments of support, has
been filed against you. You are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if any, to this action
.on Francisco Colon, Jr, of Law Offices of Francisco
ColonJr.,RA,,Petitionersattomeywhoseaddress
is PO 80x 948181, Maitland, Florida 32794-8181,
on or before 6/4/2009, and file the original with the
clerk of this court at Orange county Courthouse,
425 N Orange Ave, Orlando, Florida 32801, either
before service on Petitioner s attorney or Immedi-
ately thereafter; otherwIse a default will be entered
agaInst you for the relief demanded in the petition.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Fainily Law Rules of
Procedure, requires certaIn automatic disclosure of
documents and Information. Failure to comply can
result in sanctions, Including dismissal or striking
of pleadings,
DATED this 22 day of April, 2009.
LYDIA GARDNER
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: YVETTE WILLIAMS
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
Deputy Clerk
5/7, 5/14, 5/21, 5/28


GREENBROOK VILLAS AT ERROL ESTATES
CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC.
Plaintiff,
TR IAdK. HERMAN,
NOTICE OF SALEPURSUANTTO CHAPTER 45
JudNod r nos r td ue u n6/20009th nsa
2ninO6-CCA-3 F dh ounic GR EN Rd0 o
VILLA AT ERROL ESTATES CONDOMINIUM
ASSOCIATION; INC., is the Plaintiff and PATRICIA K
HEdR I tdh Defoerndanth tldel a the hd a
aCNurthouse 425 North Ora e Avenue, Suite 350,



AoT EufTd d Intare i n
conimon elements and common expenses
dppurtena ta d ubdec #1all j wacco -



R th tM 11ft
County F orida.
pluAn m on eaim a nte st he su
o e ade of th I enadens must file

Lydia Gardner
Clerk of County Court
By: Renee E. Stoyer
Deputy Clerk
Publicationofthis Notice on May 21, 2009, and May
28, 2009 In the Winter Park-Maitiand Observer
IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABlUTY WHO
N T 61P E AN TOHMSMPDA0 01 G,0DER 0
ENTITLEDAT NO COST TO YOU TO THE PROVISION
d NSM 0 NEdTTO NOGNE VCET 080000

OT 1
VOICE IMPAIRED, CALL 1-800-955-8771.

CM itiud t common Blvd.
Maltland, Florida 32751
(407) 875-2655 . 5/21, 5/28

usic EC RCjudfl 0 F00FRTMNGO UHNTY,
FLORIDA 0-000-00
E ASENO.2009CP-00081
Deceased. NOTICETO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of BARBARA
CHODACK, deceased, whose date of death was
April 8, 2009, File 2009CP-000810-000-00, is
din in the Circuit Court for Seminole County,
pieoNrida Probate DIvision, the address of which is
Post Office Box 8099, Sanford, FL 32772-8099.The
nans ad aPded esses fptm6Ps R re n
set forth below
AII creditors of the decedent and at er persons
th j o ao y 1 iife h
Fe3t r Im tRhj D uEd0 TH FIRST
BL CMA I SOEFR ACCEO TD SNA0

nh cr srofdteheade and tjee p

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M 0 AN TE DD
The date of first publication of this notice is: May
21, 2009-
Attomey for Personal Representative:
DOUGALD B. LEITCH, ESQUIRE
FLORIDA BAR NUMBER:312908
Mahaffey&Leitch
2461 West State Road 426, Suite 1001
0yiedo, FL 32765
407-366-8707
Personal Representative:
Edmond Lehota
2832 South Wheeling Way
Aurora, CO 80014 121 5/28
5 ,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 9th JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 08-CA-10393
WATERFORD LAKES .COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION,
INC.,
PlaInW, -
v. *
ERIC WARTIME, THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE.0F ERIC
ARTIME, and .JOHN 00E and JANE DOE, as
unknown tenants,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuantto a Default
FInal Judgment of Foreclosure entered in.the above
styled cause in tWe circuIt Court of Orange County,
Florida, I wlllsell the property located in Orange
County, Florida, descrIbed as:
CondominIum Unit No. 925, of Building, No.
9, of THE CREST AT WATERFORD LAKES,
a condominium, together with all appuRe-
nances thereto, according and subject to
the Declaration of CondomInIum recorded In
Official Records Book 8170, Page 1746, and
any amendments thereto, Public Records
of Orange County, FlorIda. Together with an
undivIded Interest in and to the common
elements appurtenant to said unit.
at pubile sale, to the highest and best bidder, for
cash, in the Orange County Courthouse, 425 N.
OrangeAvenue,0rlandoFlorida32801,at---11:00
B.m. On the 23 day of Jiine, 2009. Any person
claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if
any, other than the property owner as of the date
of the lis pendeos must file a claim within 60 days
after the sale,

ifagn ei en al l lid
12 day of May, 2009.
Lydia Gardner
CLERK OF COURTS
By: Bellnda Garrett
Civil Court Seal
as Deputy Clerk
In accordance with the Americans With Disabilities
Ac om lowith di es ee gp c
gde u ; do F d 31, el Son
(407) 836-2303, not later than two (2) days prior to
the proceeding. If hearing impaired, (TDD) 1-800-
-8 1 Voice (V)1-800-955-8770, via Florida
5/21, 5/28


CITY OF WINTER PARK
n - -
401 rark Avenue South
Winter Park, Florida 32789
PUBLIC NOTICE
camecutrementicamme

NPo eF dh a Mndha upnuebl ordn Ob he h80C% nun omNb sthe a Oe
r o0utFhdoEcC FLORIDAAMEND1NG CHAPTER 94 "TAXAll0N" SO AS TO
INCREASE THE BUSINESS TAX FEES BY FIVE PERCENT (5%), PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF WINTER PARK, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 10 "ALCOHOLIC
BEVERAGES" SECTION 10-48 "CLASSlFICATIONS" 80 AS TO ALLOW THEATERS AND EAflNG AND
DRINKING RETAIL ESTABLISHMENTS TO SERVE.ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES UNDER LIMITED CONQlTIONS
AND AMEND CLASSIFICATIONS TO REFLECT CURRENT STATE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE REGULATIONS.
All Interested parties are invited to attend and be heard. Additional Information is available in the City
Clerk's offlee so that citizens may acquaint themselves with each issue and receive answers to any
t4hueed)ons y mabhEriep o a them c da udfic a cha a ng j adee"
a ec rd he a Ndm ,m e i r di se may ne t nsure tuhpa na rebha m
appeal is to be based." (ES, 286.0105) Persons with disabilities needing assistance to paticipate in
any of thes proce dings should contact the City Clerks office (407-599-3277) at least 48 hours in
hoa SeB ha CMC, City Clerk 5/28


IN RE. EGiAl b ul
BEVERLY A.N0EL
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
N0E ,ed os d eco d auth rc
4, 2009, and whose socIal security number is XXX-
M 21d3 is pdend n the ir ult C uert Orang
L 80 90Thee ,n rss
the personal representative and the personal repre
sen al ir thae d ce a do or persons
having claims or demands against decedent's es-
tate on whom a copy of this notice is requwed to be



NO Et r eEd tors of the decedent and other per-
sons having claims or demands against decedents
M eH EeR Es0 IcRTTdP CNA3
H E R


RM R R HECD DI DS TOE TH
IS BT eRdEa of first publication of this notice is May
28, 2009.
Attome for o DRO5eHs native:
Attomey
_Florida Bar No. 0466182
Mettler Shelton Randolph Carroll & Sterlacci, P.L.
340 Royal Poinclana Way, SuIte 340
Palm Beach, FL 33480
Telephone: 661-472-6088
Personal Representative:
RICHARD W.N0EL
9929 Lake Georgia Drive
Oriando, FL 32817 5/28 6/4









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IN RE: EbiAiE OF
MARION P. STRAIN,
Deceased. .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The admf( u mary admini t f MARION R
STRAIN, deceased, File Number 2009-CP-0761, is
art ob eC o rt f dSemine en n
3 eN.a d so tnh r tt a t p
toners attorney are set forth below.
hav gcr rss rthe deaceddent aniddth cpeersoNns
estate, including un-matured, contingent or unliq-
uldated claims, on whom a copy of this notice is



NO All t r eEdMdors of the decadent and other per-
sons having claims or demands against the dece
it I 2s fi@ in It9b h



May 28, 2009.
Attomey oP rsonSG Notice:
Attomey for Petitioner

KEN1N5 LNE ,4L81. Mu. TAXdA.
Winter Park, Florida 32789 -
Telephone: (407) 645-1779
Person Giving Notice:
David J. Strain
1911 Long Pond Drive
Longwood, FL 32779 5/28, 6/4

IN THE CIRCUlf COURT FOR SEMINOLE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, PRC0a UD 2N009 CP 485
N RE: ESTATE OF
HNa MCGUIREJR.,

MC eR Jm E tod t w
December 11th, 2008; is pending in the Circuit
Court for Seminole County, Florida, Probate Division;
ePrb2k009-CP-4S th aFdd a whde s
names and addresses of the personal representa-
tive and the personal representatives attomey are
set forth below,
sonA Hhh I sth dd d t ga h rde
[ t ecli cludi du oa red, bceaentin er doa
c ydo thisnotce, ImiEstR OeFth EalifiM &
AFTER THE DATE OF FIRST PUBUCATION OF THIS
NOTICE 08 THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
Allothercreditorsofthedecedentandatherpir-
sons who have claims or demands against the de-
cedents estate, including unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF T IS UB ATOONLOEFDTWI N ICF REVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDiNG THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS
R Md DAFTERTHE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
The date of first publication of this notice is May
21, 2009. Burke L. Randa

AttomPo drabB r b r" re2s9entative

. 37 No Su to 500


JEickO.Wil m4s n a esentative5/28


IN RE: ESTATE OF
ROBERT L. BAFES, III,
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
8 elil d a h tde fh RobeFrt 1..
ruary 10, 2008, is pending In the circuit Court for
an hun I aNo 8t vi nnuteheSa

Opdead ,a Le 201t enaummean a a
resentatives attorney are set forth below.-
AII creditors of the decadent and other persons
vi Irnsao demo sa I tIsdeecqe end 0
sisrved must file the r claIms with this coult WITHIN



son hig le de adne 8dd ce epn%
estate mustfllethelf claimswiththis court WITHIN 3
NTOHF ENR EEDATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-


R E FR
0 EB RAT EC S
The date of first publIcation of this notice is May
21, 200g,
Attorney f 6 0 IR tentative:

Florida Bar No.0991724
Post Office Box 941251
Maltland, FL 32794-1251
Telephone: (407) 645-4833
Fax: (407) 645-4832
Perso IMF prBs native:
9423 Myrtle Avenue #140
Kansas City MissourI 64132 5/21, 5/28



INTHECiFR U CO FA0TEORAN COUNTY,
File No.48-2009-CP-589-0
Divislan PROBATE
RRGE S S ELL A/K/A VIRGINIA McKEITHAN
SCHELL
Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS

M Th8H ni at G heM eH I A
asaeNdd whee dsa f ath asuDiebceer e 0'
237 endinPg C Cou ora0m@
of which is 425 North Orange Avenue, Probate
Division, Orlando, Florida 32801. The names and
addresses of the personal representative and the
anal representatives attorney are set forth
*
All creditors of the decadent and other persons
having claims or demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this notice is required
gb I E lu
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
9, nothherviTge msofotheled a nt a dsot
INs3atMOm stS A Ehei CEaiD Ew tt is
FIRS LPUjBICMAS TS L TI H N THE TIME


FE RD P BE OSec o 3 OR2 R
T E


rst pub c tresenotatthes Notice
is


CASE NO.: 2008-GP-U01880-0
IN RE: GUARDIANSHIP OF:
MAGDALENA ELIZABETH GORDON,
of limited person and property.
FORMAL NOTIC BP I ATIONN OF TRANSFER
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that RONALD E. GORDON,
ENT BoETI OpRef0T, a7a I c
fdor71r ar sa idrlad I dpada n
May 18, 2009. Jurisdiction of this matter has been
transferred the State of North Carolina on Febru-
ary2o are required to serve written objections to
the Petition within 30 days from the date of service



cl rh ourldlitar beforease ice o edis
as requested may result In an order of discharge,
with ut h icerst publIcation of this Notice is
May 0on9thiso1N N2009.



RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED an this 20 day of
May, 2009.
IANL. GILDEN, ESQUIRE

FAD a 1
151 Lookout Place, Suite 110
MaItland, Florida 32751
Telephone:(407) 645-4446
Fax: (407) 629-0090
5/28, 6/4

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
You are hereby Informed that the City Council of the
('itythe MaitlaindpF o a wil amPublic Hearing
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF MAITLAND,
7-R3EPM AGME DNGR LA

T D; NC AA TdG T
LOT MAINTENANCE; PROVIDING AUTHORITY
AND PROCEDURES FOR THE CITY TO
TR ENCOERRAEBA VMO TSONPS 0
AUTHORITY FOR THE CITY TO ASSESS COSTS
OF LOT MAINTENANCE ANDADMINISTRMIVE
EXPENSES ANDP IF NECESSARY IMPOSE
UFE TAM N DOMAIN R 0
8 EMNDS ; PORROViDINNTGd0RP TIF00
SF E BV D fEAND PROVIDING FOR AN
The Rublic Hearing will be held at 6:30 P.M.,
or as soon thereafter as possible, on Monday.
June 8, 2009, in the Maltland City Hall Council
Chambers, 1776 independence Lane, Maitland,
Florida, 32751.
A copy of the proposed ordinance is available In
the office of the City Clerk for inspection, Interested
parties may appear at the hearing and be heard
wit p 0 heopdTITe t pa ny decision
made at this meeting or hearing, will need a record
of the proceedings, and that, for such purpose,
may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the
tpe eedingan a dde cwhicph re hin des tej
Is to be based. Persons with disabilities needing
ssi r ha )oc0eedmgs


Ma IMrAIT D
city 05/e






FLORIDA, AMEN01NG CHAPTER 18 OF THE
CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF
MAINLAND, TO CREATE A NEW DIVISION
4 ENTITLED "THE CITY OF ..MAITLAND
TRAFFIC LIGHT SAFETY ACT" AND NEW
SECTIONS THEREIN; PROVIDING FOR INTENT,
LEGISLATIVE FINDINGS, AND DEFINITIONS;
ESTABUSHING AN ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM
WITHIN THE CITY AUTHORIZING THE CITY
TO PERMIT AND IMPLEMENT THE USE
OF UNMANNED CAMERAS/MONITORING
DEVICES FOR RED UGHT INFRACTIONS;
PROVIDING ENFORCEMENT PROCEDURES,
INCLUDING NOTICE, APPEAL HEARING,
PENALTIES, IMPOSITION OF ADMINISTRATIVE
CHARGES AND COLLECTION: PROVIDING FOR
OGNS;OPRR 5NRGO II I TIFOONd
SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
The Public Hearing will be held at 6:30 P.M.,
or as soon thereafter as possible, on Monday,
June 8, 2009, In the Maitland City Hall Council
Chambers, 1776 Independence Lane, Maltland,
Florida, 32751.
A copy of the proposed ordinance is available in
the office of the City Clerk for Inspection, Interested
parties may appear at the hearing and be heard
with respect to the giroposed ordinance.
Any person who decIdes to appeal any decislan
made at this meeting or hearing, will need a record
of the proceedings, Qnd that, for such purpose,
may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon which the appeal
Is to be based. Persons with disabilItles needing
assistance to participate in any of these proceedings
should contact the City Clerks office (407-539-
6219) 48 hours in advance of the meeting.
CITY OF MAITLAND
Maria T.Waldrop, CMC
City Clerk
5/28


a L ad
Florida Bar No. 157000 .
Marlowe & Weatherford, P.A.
1150LouisianaAvenueSte.4
Winter Park, FlorIda 32788
Telephone: (407) 629-5008
Facsimile: (407) 740-0310
Personal Representative:
Robert C. Schell
8413 Seaman Road
Ocean Springs; MS 39564


5/28, 6/4


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.:08-CA-033856-0
TRUSTCO BANK,
Plaintiff,
VS*
DANNYRIVERAAMERICANGENERALHOMEEQUITY
INC., SI.IZANNE RIVERA, MARK HEALY, flu/blo STATE
FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COM-
PANYand MARILYN COLON,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: MARILYN COLON
. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Amended Complaint
to Foreclose Mortgage on the following described
real property located in Orange County, Florida'
to-wit:
Lot 28, Block 0, CONWAY ACRES, THIRD AD-
DITION, according to the plat thereof as re-
corded in Plat Book Z, Page 47, of the Public
Records of Orange County, Florida
has been filed, to which you may claim some
interest in the above-described property by virtue
of that certain Judgment/Certificate of Dellnquency
dated May 9, 2000, filed May 15, 2000, at Official
Records Book 6001, Page 1351, of the PublIC Re-
cords of Orange County, FlorIda. This Interest is
subject to and Inferior to the iritqrest held by the
Plaintiff. You are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to It on, Plaintiffs Attor-
ney, whose address is: Swann & Hadley, P.A., 1031
West Morse Boulevard, Suite 350, Winter Park,
Florida 32789, on or before June 27, 2009, and file
the original with the Clerk of the court of Orange
County either before service on Plaintiffs attomeys,

"gat hsPaj reft wbem nd ul wdu
any aT m dpaeTin rhdet WWip a ine
roceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
tphe.provision of certain assistance. Please contact
Court Administration at 425 N. Orange Avenue, Or.
lando, Florida 32801, Telephone: (407) 836-2000
within two (2) working days of your receIpt of this
notice. If you are hearing or voice impaired, call
6800-955-8771.
13 TNESMS myd8d and seal of this Court on this
LYDIA GARDNER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By:Heydee M.Goodman
CircuIt j rak
5/28, 6/4


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- and beauty. Get your trees ready for hurri-
0806 Season. 24 Hour Service. Lic/Ins. Same
day Free Estimates.

We also sell sod, mulch and plants!

Juarez Landscaping & Tree Service
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1. Light secretarial & receptionist telephone duties in informal
OffiC6 Setting in Oviedo

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4. Blueprint organization & distribution
5. Digital photo organizing weekly
6. Filing in PO book purchase orders & subcontracts
7. Filing Of all fileS -
8. COmpetitive salary and strong benefits package with bonus
9. Position reports to Controller of Company
10. Non-smoking office environment/E0E
11. Dedicated team player with honesty & Integrity as absolutes
12. Report to work weekly, minimum 6 hours per day
Send resumes to Wilson & Company, Inc., 1227 East Broadway
Street, Suite 100 Oviedo, FL 32765 or via email to
pafSkwilson@wilsoncompany.net. E0E/Drug Free Work Place.
We Build Client Satisfation "Not just a slogan, but our
COre prinicple in doing business.
Web site: http://wilsoncompany.net/


mirrors, tilt wheel, adjustable gas pedal, AM/dual FM, cassette, CD, running boards with lights,
ice cold front and rear air, 4-door with partial or full open rear hatch door, fold-down rear
seats, car alarm, new brakes, new tires, tinted windows, self adjusting day/night rearview
mirror, dual airbags, vanity mirrors w/ lights on driver and passenger side, rear wiper, roof
rack, uses regular unleaded gasoline 21mpg highway. Great shape inside and out, well-
maintained. Runs great! $6,200. Can be reached at 727-642-2117
(until it sells)


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ROOM FOR RENT IN OVIEDO
Huge room for rent, private entrance, all
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Ask for Gabriel 407-474-3708
TWO ROOMS FOR RENT
Two rooms for rent in a West Maitland
lakefront home. CLEAN. One w/ private
entrance, the other w/ garage parking.
includes utilities, cable, internet, laundry
facility.. Non-smoker. Absentee landlord.
Male or female for private room, female
only n e room riv5a roomh$5045/
references 407-620-5164


FOR RENT
001e, 00s aea e $ to 0 la 7p5e
month. 1401 Broadway St. Contact Megan
at(407)88E-3520FFICEFORRENT

Oviedo Office for rent. 1,640 sq. ft., $14/ .
sq. ft. + tax, no CAM. Reception, kitchen,
yer llN4e0 Red Bug exit'


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REALTORS.
Licensed Real Estate Professionals needing
to earn additional income. Become a
part time or full time loan officer. Control
dre of CI geGaibr sPSa
your clients thousands of dollars. Call
Mahland Mortgage Lending Company
(407)629-5626.
ACCOUNT REPRESENTATIVE
Account Representative needed to work
on behalf of our company. 18+ needed
and must have computer skills. Accounting
experience needed. Any job experience.
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Let meHa MeAo ac Ne yu don't
have.time to do yard work, carpentry,
painting, (whole house or interior rooms),
driveways, repairs, pressure washing, and
more. No job too shall. Local. Prompt.
Affordable.CallScottat321-460-3905.
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HOUSE CLEANING
English-speaking, mature female looking
for house cleaning. Honest, dependable,
reasonable; expenenced.407-325-0920


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for adults wlio are interested in serving as a
Reading Mentor to assist students who are
reading below grade level. Volunteers work
One-on-one with an assigned student before
school for so minutes, one or more times
a week through the end of the school year
to build ituency and comprehension skills.
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ITEMSFORSALE
For sale: Tappan double-oven range, 2 old-
fashioned bathroom sinks, ceramic tile,
electric paint roller, antique mirror, clock
radio, outdoor grill, hassock, lamp table,
Microsoft Office 2007 textbook. Will e-mail
pictures to prospective buyers. Phone:
407/332-9041. E-mail: snydercalvin@
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