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Title: Winter Park-Maitland observer
Alternate Title: Winter Park Maitland observer
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: G.J.W. Munster
Place of Publication: Winter Park, FL
Publication Date: June 11, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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donation to the park expansion proj-
ect was larger than-all but a handful
of the other donations combined. But
as of that day, the donation was gon~e,
rescinded officially along with a letter
of explanation from Peggy Strong.
"In light of the low likelihood of
Sthe city's acquisition of the post office
for park expansion, please return the
$100,000 donation I previously made
to the HOPE (Help Our Park Expand)
fund," she wrote. "Should the park ex-
pansion reappear, I would be delight-
ed to resubmit this contribution."
That happened three days after Da-
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ISAAC BABCOCK
ODGERVER 'S TAFF


The expansion of Central Park took
a big hit when its largest financial
backer pulled its funding in March.
But many on the City Commission
are hoping to move forward with the
project anyway
Former Winter Park Mayor David
Strong's mother, Peggy, was the one
who officially revoked a. pledge of
$100,000 to help expand the city's
largest park into the space occupied
by the post office, dealing a devastat-
ing blow to the project's finances.
Until March 13, the Strong family's


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Central Park in Winter Park is supposed to be expanded
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Holler loses

contract

with GM

JENNY ANDREASSON
COMR .ERI~ STAFF

The letter arrived by FedEx
on Tuesday, June 2, ending
a 71-year partnership be-
tween a Winter Park family
and General Motors.
"Shock" was the word
used most by the Holler
family to describe GM's de-
cision to not renew its con-
tract with Holler Chevrolet
in Winter Park and Clas-
sic Chevrolet in Altamonte
Springs, both under Holler
Classic Automotive Group.
"It's very disconcerting
to -be surprised like that,"
Holler spokeswoman Lori
Booker said.
The Holler family, who
declined to comment for
this article, is seeking an
explanation from GM, an
explanation that has yet to
come.
Hundreds of supportive
leetter antd allsollave flood-
including one from Charles
O'rMeara,kp esiedent ofsoXrn-
Sound, who said GM "made
a gross miscalculation."
"They were treated un-
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ter Park residents upfront seating
to high-level~ baseball. And it's all
free, including oddball games on
the field between innings that draw
kids down to interact with players
and win prizes.
The Dawgs still have a long sea-
son ahead of them, but they took a
beating on the opening week.
They suffered a heartbreaker 8-6
loss Saturday against DeLand and
then suffered another .heartbreak-
er 3-2 loss Sunday at home against
Sanford.
DeLand was looking like the
Dawgs' first victim of the year after
theyr put up five runs in the fifth in-
ning to take a 5-1 lead. The game
knotted up, then in the 13th inning
the Bulldogs rallied for 2 to end it
all.
The Dawgs were sapped of
strength Sunday, and run produc-
tion fell as they tried to come back


ISAAC BABCOCK
3E,:~~ EP. STAFF


The Winter Park Diamond Dawgs
have battled the rain as often as
they've battled other teams this
week, and they're feeling the wear
heading into the second weekend
of the Florida Collegiate Summer
League's 2009 season.
If the league sounds new, that's
because it's only been around since
2005, when Rob Sit2's idea to take
a colle e-level MLB development
league, give players wood bats, at let
them play ball in Central Florida.
Top future pro prospects from
across the country descend upon
the area every year to play at a level
a bit above college ball, with dreams
of a shot at- the majors.
The Dawgs call Rollins College's
Alfond Stadium home, giving Win-


PHOTO B3Y ISAAC BABCOCK - T-HE UBSf
The Dawgs swung and missed last weekend, falling just short of wins against'DeLand and Sanford.
They'll return to Rollins College's Alfond Stadium for a four-game homestand this weekend.


against Sanford but came up short
in the ninth.
The Dawgs played two games
between press time and when this
paper hits the stands, but take the
field at 7 p.m; tonight, June 11, in
Sanford, then return home for a


four-game homestand starting 7
p.m. Friday with a game against
Leesburg, then a doubleheader Sat-
urday against DeI~and that starts at
5 p.m. Sunday will be their last game
of the homestand, starting at 7 p.m.
against Sanford.


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justly"- said O'Meara, a cus-
tomer and family friend.
"Unjust is not a powerful
enough word ... [GM] is do-
ing it without explanation'
donere' a lo of hstonre be-
tween the Hollers and Chev-
rolet. Namesake William E.
"Bill" Holler was a vice pre~si
dent at GM and general sales
manager of Chevrolet from
1929 to 1945
"He guided the Chevy
brand through the Depres-
sion," Booker said.
The Hollers now own
eight dealerships in the area,
carrying Honda, Hummer,
Mazda, Audi and Hyundai
products. But it all began
in 1938 with the Holler's
Chevrolet dealership, which
moved to 'Winter Park in
1966.
"This is not the average
dealership receiving pink
slips," Winter Park Mayor
Ken Bradley said. "They're
part of the [GM] family."
The company is truly a
family affair J;udith Hol-
ler is president, while her
three children serve as vice
presidents. The family has
been very charitable ov~er
the years, recently dedicat-
ing a courtyard to Winter
Park Memorial Hospital.
"Their roots are in Cen-
tral Florida ~and they take
the money that they make
and put it back into the
community," O'Meara said.
The announcement that
GM was not renewing con-
tracts at 250 dealershipS
came just two days after the
automaker filed for bank-
ruptcy protection. More
than 1,100 got the same
newvslast month. .
The Central Florida deal-
erships will remain open
until the contract with GM
expires on Oct. 31, 2010,
Booker said. They have not
yet determined a plan for
the future of the two loca-


auto industry in America
must not come at the ex-
pense of jobs at successful
local dealerships," Kos-
mas ~said in a press release.
"These small businesses
employ thousands of Cen-
tral Floridians and make
important investments in
our communities."
O'Meara said financially,
Holler "can handle" losing
the Chevy brand.
Their legacy will con-
tinue to move forward," he
said. "Holler is going to be
fine.


tions and its employees,
"Anything is possible at
this point," she said.
Legislation in Congress
hopes to reinstate those deal-
ers who have lost their con-
tjracts with GM and Chrysler
after the companies entered
into bankruptcy.
The Automotive Dealer
Economic Rights Restora-
tion Act of 2009, co-s~pon-
sored by District 24 Rep.
Suzanne Kosmas, would re-
store the rights of car deal-
ers."as they existed prior to
each company's bankrupt-
cies."
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moving of a fence and improving the on-
leash side of the park to allow better access
to picnic tables and restroom facilities for
those without dogs.
"The majority of the commissioners are
agreeing that the park that we've known
and supported for many years ... we're fi-
nally seeing the end of the tunnel and mak-
ing Fleet Peeples Park continue on with the
master plan," Bradley said. "It's going to be
very similar to the master plan."
But some improvements to that plan
have already been put in place, including
the upcoming addition of swales along the
shoreline to avoid dog waste runoff con-
taminating Lake Baldwin, which abuts the
park.
"My personal feeling is that we should
continue to allow dogs into the water but
I cannot ignore the fact that we have sci-
entific data that says we shouldn't be doing
that," Commissioner Margie Bridges said.
The installation of swales could help im-
prove safety along the water for dogs and
humans, as the reduced runoff could theo-
retically cut down on disease.
New sod will also be installed soon, ac-
crdingolto Parks and Recreation Director
The Commission is expected to conclude
plans for the park pqn July 1 3.


ISAAC BABCOCK
OBSERVER STAFF

Mfter a long battle over the issue of Winter
Park's Fleet Peeples Park, Mayor Ken Brad-
ley is talking up agreement as the city nears
a final plan for the embattled pooch arid
people play place.
"I feel ... that we really are agreeing on
things," Bradley said.
Monday afternoon the Citjr Commission
sat down and tried to agree on n final plan
for the park and how it would be changed
to meet the needs of dog owners and those
without dogs.
That park had come into the spotlight
recently over sharp divisions of opinion on
how the city should handle it, and whether
the city should do the handling at all. '
The volunteer group Friends of Fleet
Peeples Park had lobbied to help govern the
park, but had received rebukes by the city's
parks board. The group had helped main-
tain the parR in the past and had pushed
for maintaining a large off-leash side of the
park.
is m~o onlday's m pgngth Comm ssli
and that plan appears to closely mirror the
master plan for the park which was drafted
in April of 2008, which would call for the


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vid Strong lost his bid for re- /
election.
David Strongdid not im-
mediately return a. request
for co~mment.
MLayor Ken Bradley, who
won his' election against '
Strong, said that he was dis
appointed by the Strongs'
lack of support for the pos-
sible future park expansion.
"When I heard that a citi-
zen asked for their money .
back who had supported
this, whose son ran for may-
or ... and categorically spent
money for [the park expan-
sion] and three days later
removed that, I'm very sad
for that," Bradley. said. "It
raises a lot of questions why
this was all done in the first
place."
Bradley said ~that the city
is working toward a plan
to move the post office,
but that it's also financially
unfeasible in the near fu-
ture, absent any large dona-
tions. The Commission had
brought up the plan at Mon-
day's meeting, agreeing that
a plan should be in place by
the end of the year to move
the post office, or to keep it
in place.
"We're obviously talking
about Plannitig the Possi-
bilities at this time," Brad-
ley said. "But I cannot in
any way support spending
$5 (million) to $6 million of
the city's hard-earned mon-
ey on this. We don't even
have that money yet."
When the decision is
made whether to move the
post office, then the city may
move forward with plans to
expand the park. Until then,
the Commission wilbe fo-
cusing on other issues.
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May 31 to June 6
Vehicle burglaries and theft
On June 3, a vehicle was left unlocked on the 1700 block of
Lake Berry Drive. Someone entered the vehicle and rummaged
around inside, without taking anything.

Criminal mischief
Someone submerged another person's Vespa scooter in a'
water fountain and scratched its paint on May 31 on the 400
block of West New England Avenue.
On the 500 block of North Orlando Avenue on May 31,
someone keyed the side of a victim's vehicle.


Arrests


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Mary Lou Glenn, 50, of Orlando, Fla., died Friday,
May 29, 2009.
Marice Tuirner, 67, of Orlando, Fla., died Monday,
June 1, 2009.

Ms. Carmen Ortiz, 76, of Orlando, Fla., died M~on-
day, June 1, 2009.

Obituary information from Golden's FunrtalHome
in Winter Park.


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Arrests were made in Winter Park between May 31 and
June 6 for crimes Including driving with a suspended license,
driving under the influence, aggravated battery, possession of
marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, giving a false
name to a -law enforcement officer, petty theft, carrying a con-
cealed weapon, soliciting without a permit, and carrying an
open container of alcohol.

Noise complaintS
Winter Park Police, on June l, registered a noise complaint
of Ioud musical instruments on Harmon Avenue and Pelham
Road.


Residential burqllarieS
On June 1, on the 1000 block of Dupont Avenue, someone
kicked in the rear door of a residence and stole a black Iron
Horse Quantum 11 mountain bike, and diamond ring, and $500
in cash.


Business burqlarieS
Someone broke a small window to the service manager's
office at a business on the 1000 block of North Orlando Av-
enue on June 1. They stole a Compaq desktop computer.


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Community I:
Winter Park Pines Community Association a Customer Appreciation Week from June 8
held a Memorial Day dedication ceremony The Morse Museum of American Art will through 13. The week will include activities for
to honor veterans. Guests were welcomed provide free admission on July 4, continuing the whole family, a free breakfast giveaway and
by Winter Park Pines Community Association's its annual public celebration of American art on much more.
President, David Ray, who then introduced Rev- .Independence Day. Call 407-475-0522 for more information on
erend Mike Tilley, senior pastor at Lak~e Bald- Ir1 The museum will be open from 9:30 a.m. to 4 the weeklong event.
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speakers included Orange County Commis- Park's "Olde Fashioned July 4th Celebration" in Ana-Cecilia Alvarez, a Winter Park resident
sioner Bill Segal; State Rep. Dean Cannon; and Central Park. The city celebration, from 9 a.m. to- and sophomore in American University's
Pines resident, board member and artist, Bill .1 p~m., includes live patriotic music, a hot dog Kogod School of Business, majoring in busi-
Gura gave a moving speech before the unveil- -"gc T;jC$~~ eating contest, horse-drawn wagon rides, face ness administration was named on the fall
ing of the plaque he designed and made. painting and more. 2008 Dean's list.
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The Center for Cultural Interchange is look- State Rep. Dean Cannon addresses guests at a To thank its customers in the Orlando com- N ate Rupp, of. Winter Park, received his
ing for about 10 families to host foreign ex- Memorial Day dedication ceremony last month. munity for their loyalty over the years, the Bachelor of Arts degree in art with a minor in
change students from Spain from June 29 to Pennie Martin Cooke at 407-312-0821 or visit Chick-fil-A restaurant at Maitiand Boulevard, education from Berry College in Rome, Ga. on
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deduction for state and local sales tax and excise tax attrib-
utable to the first $49,500 of the price of a new vehicle pur-
chased after February 16, 2009, and before January 1, 2010.
For this purpose, qualified vehicles include cars, SUVs, and
light trucks, as long as the vehicle doesn't weigh more than
8,500 gross pounds. Also, motorcycles and motor homes may
qualify.
For example, say. that you buy: a new car for $30,000 and re-
ceive $10,000 on a trade-in for your old car. If the applicable
sales 1;ax is 5%, you can deduct $1,000 (5% of $20,000 price).
However, the new deduction is phased out for taxpayers
with an adjusted gross income (AGI) exceeding $125,000
for single filers and $250,000 for joint filers. The phase-out is
complete at an AGI of $135,000 and $260,000, respectively.
The IRS has not explained all the rules for this tax break yet,
but this much is clear: You can't deduct the sales tax under
the new law provision if you elect to deduct state and lo-
cal sales tax (instead of state income tax) under prior law.
It's one or the other. Depending on your circumstances, you
might come out ahead by forsaking the new deduction.
While car-buying decisions should not be based on taxes
alone, this is an important factor. For assistance ih determin-
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teen who takes a ride in
Doc Brown's (Christopher
Lloyd) "flux capacitor"-
rigged DeLorean and ends
up in 1955. Once on the
ground, Marty meets his
teenaged mother (Lea
Thompson) and acciden-
tally wins her affections,
.thereby threatening the
relationship she's supposed
to form with his father (the
delightfully geeky Crispin
Glover). Now it's a do-or-
never-be-born situation:
Marty must get his parents
to fall in love before Doc
Brown can send him back
to the proper decade. The
picture garnered both
Golden Globe and Oscar
Snods thoughti it lost Best
Original Screenplay to "W~it-
ness"), and continues to
rank as one of the top 100
highest-grossing films of all
time,
Popcorn Flicks in Shady
Park featuring "Silver
Streak"
When: Thursday, June 18,
from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Where: Shady Park in
Hannibal Square
George Caldwell is tak-
ing a slow, restful trip
to Chicago on the Silver
Streak. Or so he thinks. He's
involved in a love affair, a
murder, is thrown from the
train, wanted by the police,
and joins forces with a car
thief to re-board the train
to save his love.
Bring your blanket or
chair to enjoy these free .
movies under the stars.
Free popcorn for everyone.
Please call 407-629-0054
or visit www.enzian.org for
more information.

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


ordinance amending Sec-
tion 10-48, "Alcoholic Be'-
erages," "Classifications,"
was approved with modifi-
cations.
A hill copy of the June 8
City Commission miliutes
will be available on the
city's official Web site at
Cityof~rinterPark.org the
week ofJune 22, pending
approval by the City Com-
mission.

Last call for old Waste
IVanagement trash cartS
If you are a city resident
and still have your old
Waste Management trash
carts, please place your old
cart curbside on your first
normal trash pickup day
the week of Monday, June
15, through Friday, June 19.
Carts will be collected by
Waste Management.

SCleanup will nOW
happen twice a year
The city of Winter Park is
pleased to announce that
the transition to Waste Pro,
the city's new solid waste
service provider, is com-
plete. Thank you to all of
our residents and business
owners for their patience
an'd cooperation during
this significant process.
In addition to the won-
derful personalized service
from Waste Pro, we ~are
pleased to provide residents
with not only a Spring
Cleanup, but also a Fall
Cleanup. This large-item
pickup service will provide
two "bonus" days on which
Waste Pro will pick up old
furniture, broken applianc-
es and other bulky items. .
Duel~o the recent transition
to Waste Pro in May, this
year's first large-item pick-
up day is- being held in June,
rather than the normally
scheduled May. We will also


provide this service again
during the first two weeks
in November.
To take advantage of
this service, residents moust
place their items curbside
after 5 p.m. on the evening
before their scheduled
pickup on their designated
cleanup week. If you live
north of the Fairbanks/
Aloma Avenue corridor,
your bonus pick-up will be
the week of June 15. If you
live south of the Fairbanks/
Aloma Avenue corridor,
your bonus pick-up will be
the week of June 22.
Hazardous waste items
are not included in the
spring or fall cleanup.
Items such as pesticides,
paints, fertilizers, batteries,
tires and household chemi-
cals can only be accepted
at approved household.
hazardous waste sites in .
Orange County or at the
Orange County landfill. For
more information regard-
ing hazardous waste, please
call 407-836-'6600.
Yard waste-is not in-
clu~ded in the spring -and fall
cleanup. Please adhere to
regular pickup schedules
for yard waste.
For questions regarding
Winter Park's spring and
fall cleanup or additional
information regarding
Waste Pro services, please
call 407-774-0800.

Upcoming Popcorn Ficks
The city of Wih~ter Park and
Enzian Theatre are proud
to present the two upcom-
ing Popcorn Flicks:
Popcorn Flicks in Cen-
tral Park featuring "Back to
the Future"
When: Thursday, June 11
from 8 p.m. to 10 p~m. '
Where: Central Park in
downtown Winter Park
Michael J. Fox stars as
~ Marty McFly, a -restless '80s


to Lease Agreement with
~Orange County for the Air
Quality Monitoring Station
was authorized for execu-
tion. -
The request to begin
construction-at the 9th
Grade Center from June 7
to Aug. 30 on Sundays from
8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. was re-
vised to 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
and approved at the new
times. .
Action items requiring
discussion: -
The request by Aloma
Baptist Church for a fee
waiver was denied; howev.
er, the church was granted a
discount for the use of Cen-
tral Park.
Discussion was held re-
garding the next steps for
the form-based code initia-
tive thadt began last year.
This project will be dis-
cussed at the work session
on Monday, July 13.
Plans wrill be brought
forward for the City Com-
mission's consideration
regarding the Planning the
.Possibilities initiative. The
priorities set at the meeting
included preparing plans
to demolish the State Of-
fice building on the corner
of Morse Boulevard and
Denning Drive, present-
ing a plan for City Hall and
bringing forth the plans
for the future of the Wlinter
Park post office property.
Public hearings:
The first reading of an
ordinance increasing the
business license taxes by 5
percent was approved.
The first reading of an


JUnO 8 City Commission
meeting highlightS
The City Commission met
on June 8 at 4 p.m. in City
Hall Commission Cham-
bers. Below are a few high-
lights from that meeting
regarding decisions that
were made:
Mayor's Report:
The mayor made his
nominations for the vacant
positions on some of the
city boards. His nomina-
tions for Code Enforce-
ment, Economic Develop-
ment and Historic Preserva~
tion were accepted. He will
be presenting a new slate of
nomitices for the Lakes and
Waterways, Parks and Rec-
reation and Planning and
Zoning boards at the next
City C~ommission meeting.
The discussion regarding
Fleet Peeples Park contn-
ued and will be discussed
further ~at the Monday, July
13, City C~ommission meet-
mng. . .
The City Comanssion
has tentatively scheduled a
work session to discuss its
third-quarter 90-day plan
on Monday, July 13, prior; to
the City Commission meet-
mng.
Consent agenda:
The minutes of May 1 1
and May 26 were approved.
The request to enter
into negotiations for the
Design-Build of Cady Way
Paks Ma tenac F 1 it
Gomez Construction Com-
pan airt diedment


It is intended that the city
build on its previous wa-
ter conservation program,
"Water Down." Educational
activities will include bul-
letins, flyers, workshops,
homeowrier association
activities, etc.
Identify high-volume
users Existing water
billings will be reviewed
to identify the biggest
consumers of water. This
enables specific targeting
for water conservation ac-
tivities, and will allow the
city to wiork directly with
high-volume users to find
ways to reduce their water
consumption.
Landscape ordinance
- The city's landscape
ordinance is intended to
regulate aspects of install-
ing and maintaining land-
scaping. This ordinance is
in draft form at the present
time, and it includes provi-
sions for water conserva-
tion.
Surface water irrigation
- The city currently has
three sites that use surface
water for irrigation, which
reduces the demand on
our potable water supplies.


Efforts will be made to ex-
pand this program into ad-
ditional city sites to further
reduce the irrigation com-
ponent of our potable wa-
ter demand. Furthermore,
consideration will~be given
to the use of surface water
for private irrigation.
"Smart Irrigation" tech-
nologies The city is ex-
amining the potential for
utilization of soil moisture
sensors to ensure that irri-
gation is applied only when
absolutely needed, rather
than on the-two-day-per-
week schedule as currently
established by the St. Johns
River Water Management
District. A proposed bill
before the State Legislature
would allow such technol-
ogy to be applied com-
mercially, and this bill is
being monitored by Public
Works staff. Rain sensors
are already being used in
the city's irrigation systems,
which automatically shut
down when it rains to avoid
watering when unneces-
sary.
Green City Certifica-
tion The city's fiscal year
2009 Work Plan included


an element to achieve des-
ignation as a "'Green City."
A World of Green (AWOG)
has been contacted to con-
duct an assessment and .
make recommendations
for the city to achieve that
certification. One of the
benefits that AWOG brings
to the table is the ability to
provide recommendations
that will quickly incorpo-
rate additional water say-
ings programs.
The next steps for the
development of our plan
include making sure that
any and all elements of suc-
cessful water conservation
plans are included. And fi-
nally, to make sure that the
appropriate oversight and
accountability is in place
to ensure our success over
time.
Many thanks to Rick
Lemke, director of Public
Works, and his team for
their contributions to this
week's City Talk article.

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


Florida's water resources
are limited. If we don't pay
attention to how we use
our natural resources, it
will be just a matter of time
before a lack of supply will
dictate to us how, when and
where we utilize them.
The city of Maitland
Public Works Department
continues to work on a
Water Conservation Pro-
gram. The development of
this program will be criti-
cal in managing Maitland's
consumption of water re-
sources.
There are many elements
that can be incorporated


into an effective water
management plan, includ-
ing: -
Rate structure analysis -
An important component
of a successful water con-
servation program is imple-
mentation of a graduated
rate structure that is a de-
terrent to excessive water
use. Maitland already has
a tiered rate structure, but
analysis will be needed to
assure that the tiers are ap-
propriately and effectively
priced.
Educational program -
Education is a significant
tool in water conservation.


Making water conservation

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Events at the Roth JCC of Gmeater
Orlando, 851 N1. Maitiand Ave. in
Maitiand: The summer schedule
is now available for Shayna's
Village, with great classes
including Baby Rock; Itsy Bitsy
Yoga, and the ever-popular Family
Friday with free classes for the
entire family! Going on from June
11 through August 14.
Join us for a fun-filled evening
of free food, drinks, frozen treats,
games, water slide, and a DJ as
we entertain you just for being
a JCC member at the Maitland
campus. RSVP is required. The
event will be held from 4:30 p.m.
to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, June 16.
Attendance is limited to the first
150 families, so sign up soon for
this free event. Contact Jon Stein
at jons@orlandojcc.org for more
information.
The Tayarim Camp spotlight
will be held 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on
Monday through Friday, June
,8 through August 21. Campers
entering sixth through ninth
grade are welcomed. Local field
trips two days per week and
the ability to choose their own
schedule with choices of sports,
arts, and enrichment courses will
be offered. Field trips will include
places such as Disney Quest, Mall
Scavenger Hunts, Wet 'n' Wild and
laser tag. For more information,
call the Camp Office at 407-645-
5933.

Gather your family and head to
the Orlando Museum of Art for
"Family Fun Day" from 10 a.m.
to noon on Saturday, June 13.
Enjoy a fun morning at the OMA
exploring the exhibition Jerry
Pinkney: "Aesop's Fables and
Other Tails". This sixth exhibition in
the OMA's Art of the Picture Book
Series features vibrant watercolors
created by the acclaimed artist
to illustrate beloved tales of
children's literature such as the
"Ugly Duckling", and "'Little Red
Riding Hood". Greet live animals
from the Central Florida Zoo from
10 a.m. until 11 a.m.
Tickets are $5 per adult, $3 per
child; children younger than 2 are
free. For more information call
407-896-4231 x258

Maitland Public Library, at 501
S. Maitland Ave., will host the
following events this week.
Call 407-647-7700 for more
information:
Be Creative at the Maitiand
Public Library Special Program
will feature stories, crafts and
fun with a creative weekly theme.
Event takes place at 2:30 p.m. on
Thursday, June 11.
Creative Drawing with Jim
Korkis: The event will be held
from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. for children
and family on Saturday, June 13.
Registration is required.
Make dad a special card for
Father's Day at 2 p.m. on Sunday,
June 14. Registration required.


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luck charm for us."


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well,
"It is kind of a scary time for it to
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Calendar
The Central Florida Anthropologi- of artists, including faculty, staff, stu- The Winter Park YMCA Treasure
cal Society presents a lecture on dents and associates will depart from Enzian has partnered with Emerg- America's Research Group presi- Sale will be held from 9 a.m. to 3
"Native American Medicinal Plants the types of tradition-based art forms ing Pictures to bring the best in dent, Brit Beemer, will present his p.m. on Saturday, June 20 with a
for The Florida Gardener" .being associated with MAC and create new, high definition opera from around survey findings to merchants and BBQ lunch, provided by Four Rivers
held at 7 p.m. on Thursday, June 11 cutting-edge art works and art instal- the world to Central Florida through residents at 8:15 a.m. Friday, June 19 Smokehouse, for $6. All proceeds will
at the Harry P. Leu Gardens on 1920 lations in the spirit of the Research a summer series of digital projection at the Winter Park Welcome Center at go to the Edward C. Smith Scholar-
N. Forest Ave. Call 407-345-0321 for Studio founded by Andrb Smith in the presentations beginning Saturday, 151 W. Lyman Ave. Input will be taken ship Fund to provide assistance for
more information. 1930's, now called the Maitiand Art Jurie 13.~ Moviegoers will be able to help form an action plan for the .those who normally cannot afford
Center. Going on through July 13. to enjoy productions of Verdi's, Don Avenue. For more information con- programs.
The 21st Annual Tastefully Golden- Workshops for Adults: Carlo, Rigoletto and Otello; as well tact Community Development Direc-
rod-Food Tasting and Silent Auc- Cement Carving from 10 a.m. to 5 as Mozart's, Don Giovanni; Tchernia- tor, Sherrjr Gutch at 407-599-3665 or The Friends of Casa Feliz are
tion, themed Friday Night Fever, p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, June kov's, Eugene Onegin; and Gounod's, sg utch~cityofwi nterpark.org. pleased to announce the addition
is being held from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. 13 and 14 in studio 2 with Susan Romeo Et Juliette with most perfor- of a music series during our weekly
on Friday, June 12, at Sts. Peter & Carter. -mances playing twice. If you are new to the area, or just Sunday Open House, featuring Mary
Paul Social Hall. Admission is $15 for Found Object Studio from 1 p.m. to Season passes are $99 and will want to meet new friends, look Boss, a solo violinist. Called the "Mu-
Adults and $5 for kids 10 and young- 4 p.m. on Saturday, June 13 in studio provide patrons admission into six out for the third Thursday of each sic at the Casa," members of the
er. Tickets are on sale now. Contact 4 with Richard.Reep. performances, as well as first access moth, where you can meet other public are invited to visit our historic
407-677-5980 for tickets and more Sketch Club from 7 p.m. to 9:30 to general admission seating. Indi- newcomers for lunch at various lo- home museum on a~ Sunday after-
information. p.m. on Thursday, June 11 at the Ger- vidual tickets are $20 pr $17.50 for cal restaurants. Contact Betty Huff at noon and enjoy the music. The event
maine Marvel Building. members of the Enzian Film Society. 407-736-0797 or e-mail her at betty- -- will be held at noon on Sunday, June
June events at the Maitiand Art Gift Shop consignment call to art- Tickets can be purchased online at huff~aol.com. Also, visit the Web site 14 at 656 Park Avenue North. Ad mis-
Center. Visit www.maitlandarteenter. ists coming soon. Contact Gift Shop Enzian.org, at the Enzian Box Office, at www.newcomerscfl.org for more, sion is free.~
org for more information: Manager, Dierdre Peeler, to learn or by calling 407-629-1-088, touch- information.
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Wiho owlis a woman's body?


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rights more fundamental
than voting rights. Men, ask
yourself this "What part
of your body would you
hand over to the state? For
decades?" How about your
scrotum?
Women, ask yourself
this "Can I possibly know
the circumstances under
which 'a' woman finds her-
self pregnant, such that I
demand that she take that
pregnancy to term, her
'body,' her life be damned?"
Of course we can, some
will argue. Abortion is mur-
der. And we cannot counte-
nance the murder of inno-
cence. Really? Really?!
It is at this point that I
laugh in the face of those
who argue about the mur-
der of innocence. Histori-
cally, that is what humanity
does. Quite efficiently I .
might add. We murder in-
nocence. We do it for greed,
revenge, even amusement.
We've done it to secure na-
tional borders, we've done
it while acquiring new
lands and people. We do it
in the name of God (most
regularlyy. That is what we
do as a species. Frequently
we recruit innocent young
lads and ship them off to
yet another senseless war
and innocence is mur-
dered (in every sense of the
meaningg. Read Homer.
Innocence was regularly
murdered.
So, if you are going to
argue that "a" woman de-
termines that she is going
to abort something the size
of this period ( .) from her
body for reasons specific
and relevant to her and
equate that with the mur-
der of innocence, I laugh at
your historical ignorance
and question and challenge
the consistency of your mo-
rality.


But not today, because
such arguments are mean-
ingless, superfluous and
a diversion. They are not
germane to this discussion.
The question on the table
is: WJho owns "a" woman's
body? We are not debating
any of the peripheral, ex-
traneous issues associated
with the act of abortion.
They are irrelevant.
Who owns "a" woman's
body n ~America? That is
the question. If you argue
that the state owns "a"
woman's body (as long as
she is fertile) and can do
with it as it pleases, that is
the p~ro-life position.
Do not be- deceived. Do
not take your eye off the is-
sue of what is being argued.
We can debate this issue
until we are blue in the face.
But after all the rhetoric,
the shouting, the name-
calling (on both sides), we
are still left with this funda-
mental core question: Who
owns "a" woman's body?
The woman herself? The
state?
Who knows best what
must be for "a" woman?
The state? Or, the woman?
Who do you want mak-
ing such decisions for
women? I firmly believe we
leave such anatters where
they rightly, legitimately
and ethicallyi belong, in the
individual hands of Ameri-
ca's daughters. They know
what is best f~or them and
our children.
Support Planned Parent-
hood of Greater Orlando.
Call 407-246-1788.




Chris Jepson' ~opinions are made
independently of the newspaper.
Write him at jepson@MEDIAmerica.us.


are aborting life." They will
use inflammatory yet ac-
curate words such as "mur-
der."
If I were a specific
woman (citizei1), I would
seriously consider if and
when I had a child. Some of
my considerations would
be (if I were a woman) my
health. Is it medically safe
for me to reproduce? Can I
financially support a child?
Will I be able to devote the
amount of time necessary
to raise a child? Will an ad-
ditional child be a burden
to mly existing family? Am I
emotionally and mentally
mature enough to have
children? Am I in a relation-
ship that is supportive of
having a baby? Do I have
dreams and ambitions that
suggest "now" is not the
time to reproduce? Is my
fetus unhealthy with
the implication, if taken to
term, of a lifetime of care
that outstretches my desire
or ability to provide such
care? Was I raped and am
now pregnant? Am I unhap-
py, depressed and/or simply
unprepared to be a mother
at this time in my life? I
could write reason after
reason as to why 'a' specific
woman does not warit to be
pregnant, does not want to
take a fetus to term. .
Now whatI've acknowl-
edged that life begins at
conception and it is hu- .
man. Now what? Because I
have a daughter, she is to do
what concerning the own-
ership of her body? Turn
her body over to Florida
and the state will deter-
mine for her that if ever
pregnant, regardless the cir-
cumstances, regardless her
dreams or wishes or wants
or needs, she will take that
fetus to term?
I consider abortion


I recently had an animated
conversation with my
brother on abortion and
while we are both in agree.-
ment that it is unequivo-
cally a woman's private
choice, we were hotly going
over the debate of when
"life" begins and what to .
call "it."
My brother argued from
the position of fetus vi-
ability, while I do not take
issue at all with the pro-life
crowd's determination that
life begins at~conception
and, indeed, it is human.
Actually, it is a bit disin-
genuous (to me) to argue
otherwise. What else would
it (fertilized egg) be but hu-
man?
The question of repro-
ductive rights is rife with
emotion that for the life of
me escapes me.
First, I do not think men
(as in male) have one iota
of a say~in this issue. It is so
fundamentally, so quintes-
sentially a female consid-
eration that men should
respectfully bow out of the
discussion. The biological
fact that women, and only
women, have a uterus and
get pregnant precludes ay
legitimate argument men
may offer regarding a spe-
cific fetus in a specific uter-
us. When men start grow-
ing uteruses, perhaps then,


men could claim a "dog" in
this debate.
Oh, it will be immedi-
ately suggested that the
"dog" in this fight is a fetus.
And I willingly acknowl-
edge that what is aborted
is human. "Tragic, unfortu-
nate, murder, holocaust"
ar-e all words associated by
some with the availability
of abortion rights. I could
just as easily use the words
"necessary, appropriate, re-
quired, life-saving, wise and
intelligent."
The abortion issue can
be reduced (for me) to one
fundamental issue, "Does a
woman own her body?" Is
her body, indeed, hers? Is it?
When a female is born in
America, does she own her
body up to the start of men-
ses? But at the beginning.
of her monthly cycles, the
ownership of her uterus,
her body reverts to, oh, say,
the state of Mississippi?
That is exactly what the
pro-life advocates are argu-
ing. That a woman does hot
have ownership of her own
body. Some "governing" .
body wil inevitably own
her body.
That is iny reduction-
ist take on the abortion
controversy. And many
will take umbrage with my
characterization of the is-
sue. They will say, "Wo~men


on the list since 1997. With all the
maintenance needs of existing
parks, why are we considering new
facilities because a dog club doesn't
want to share? Th~e parks staff has
recommended re-fencing the park
at little expense so on- and off-
leash dogs and people can use the
existing bathroom and rental pa-
vilion.
Do you car~e? Get involved! Be
informed!
Nancy Shutts
Winter Park

Parks board not following
Commission's directive
I felt compelled to respond to the
ongoing criticism of Fleet Peeples
Park. Unfortunately, some people
have made hurtful, inaccurate ac-
cusations about dog owners us-
ing the park, which has resulted
in dramatic changes. Users of the
park have been wrongly portrayed
as "irresponsible" and "not willing
to share". The park described as
"nasty".
Fleet Peeples Park was often
filled with undesirables and drug


users until the dog owners showed
up more than 10 years ago. The po-
lice, in fact, encouraged their atten-
dance, which successfully rid the
park of lawbreakers.
The city officially sanctioned
11 acres to off-leash dogs in 2001
thanks to the efforts of dedicated
volunteers.
In 2008, after following a two-
year public process, the Commis-
sion unanimously approved a pro-
fessional master plan gifted to the
city by the Friends of Fleet Peeples
Park. Their intent was to improve
the aesthetics for both sections' of
the park. Commissioner Margie
Bridges added a requirement that
.our parks board partner with the
nonprofit Friends to delineate both
parties' responsibilities. ~
In January, Friends made a good
faith effort to begin fundraising
for the inaster plan. They asked the
parks board's permission to simply
post a capital campaign sign in the -
park.
Following the advice of the at-
torney board member who circu-
lated an e-mail prior to the meet-


ing "strongly recommending" they
refuse them, the board denied the
group's request. Another board
member weighed in her negative
opinion too. Neither e-mails were
read into the record, thefoeth
chair, unaware that they existed,
wasn't given a fair opportunity to
present her case. In my opinion,
the board legally circumvented the
transparency of the Sunshine Law.
While I respect most members,
I feel they may have been misle<;
by two dominating women who
consistently criticized park users
and selectively omitted positive re-
search from their board.
The resident dog owners who
use the park had a right to believe
the directive by the Commission
would be carried out by the parks
board.
Imagine the confusion in a city's
operations if decisions made by the
City Commission were re-evaluated
and changed by advisory boards.
Sandy Wornble
Winter Park


Speak up to stop
dog -club takeover
It appears that he who barks loud-
est and longest will get to play in
most of Fleet Peeples Park. If the
residents don't express their inter-
est and concern to Commissioner
Phil Anderson, then a dog club will
claim most of the park, including
the large rental pavilion and the
restroom. What is interesting is the
dog club, with an ever-changing
board of directors, thinks it can
raise the money to build a new
bathroom (standard cost $100,000)
and pavilion at the far south end
for the non-dog people.' The dog
club has about $20,000 in the bank
and their monthly fundraisers may
bring in $1,000. You do the math as
to when anything might get built. ~
The parks department does not
expect to get any of their capital
projects funded again this year
with all the budget cuts. There are
more than 1,500 fee-paying tennis
players at Azaela Lane each week
but some of the courts have been
on the repair list since 2000. The
golf pro shop repairs have been





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that he is no loser who can
roll gracefully with the
punches of indomitable
change, and keep stand- .
ing vertically as the rug is
pulled out from under his
feet.
I once encountered this
round-robin question at
a party- "If you were ma-
rooned on a desert island
with just one other person,
whom would you choose?"
Lots of my pals had al-
ready answered with such
choices as Brigitte Bardot
and Sophia Loren. My knee-
jerk reply was, "A beautiful
dentist."
I see that answer as sub-
consciously coping with
change by allowing for fu-
ture dental situations that
would refuse to remain im-
mutable.
What is left of the young
"me" who once divided his
interests between playing
center for the high school
football team, and winning
prizes in poetry contests?
I never went on to play
football for the "pros," and
my most recent stabs at po-
etry have resulted in such
nonsense as:
Scenario:
"Reaction of small art
museum, upon having in-
vited a volunteer of high
reputation to serve, and
having instead received her
check through the mail."
SPoem:
TIhough we'd prefer the
decent docent,
We won't defer the re-
cerit dough sent.


Thus the superannuated
poet's world ends, not with
a bang, but a whimsy ...
Things change!
One high school football
coach exhorted me not
only to outmaneuver my
foe across the line, but to
try to put him out of action
altogether!
When I said something
about sportsmanship, the
coach turned his back on
me in disgust.
What a nice innovation
was the Ivy League attitude
toward life.
The lads up East play
foottiall hard, but they wish
to see their opponents af-
terwards at a post-game
party --- not in the infir-
mary.
Grantland Rice had writ-
ten words to the effect that,
"It's not whether you win or
lose, but how you play the
game."
Despite Vince Lom- -
bardi's bellicose sounding
"Wrinniing's not everything,
it's the only thing," Ivy
League colleges never hung
black crepe on the campus
when they lost a football
game.
Ivy League student-ath-
letes who lost were and
are apt to say to their
opponents, "Nice game! .
Wait'll next year!" ~
When I was a kid, my
parents instilled in me a
"gentleman's" attitude to-
ward women.
They wanted me, as I
remember, to grow up to
deserve the "right kind of


girl."
This ideal "girl" was a lass
who would have made an
exemplary nun.
But she was not the gal
Bing Crosby was singing
about in "Love In Bloom."
And I imagine this lass
would be in a quandary try-
ing to adjust to the average
"'boy" today
Things change ...
Then there was that day
in Cambridge, Mass. be-
fore Pearl Harbor.
Five of us incipient "writ-
ers" were gathered "at the
knee" of Robert Hillyer,
Pulitzer Prize-winning Har-
vard professor of creative
writing.
Suddenly Ernest Heal- -
ingway knocked on the
door of Hillyer's quarters.
"Bob, I was passing this
way and thought I'd say
hello."
"Ernie! Delighted!" Hilly-
er said. "Come sit by the
fire. Pour yourself a drink.
Maybe you'd be good
enough~ to listen to some of
the stuff these lads are writ-
ing."
Hemi~ngway poured four
fingers of vodka in a glass
and added some orange
juice.
He sat down on the floor
by the fireplace, and faced
us. ,- .
The first student read a
short story which ended in
a rosy aura of "They lived
happilyr ever after."
We all hemmed and
hawed and said innocuous,
nice things when Hillyer


asked us to comment on
our colleague's story.
Hillyer turned to Hem-
ingway,
"Any comment, Ernie?"
"Well, of course, the story
is complete s"t!"
"Remember this, fel-
lows," he continued, quot-
ing a line from cine of his
own books, "if anyone tells
you a story and it doesn't
end in death, he hasn't told
you the whole story."
Hemingway told us that
only in writing~about "slices
of life" can time make sense
to an intelligent human be-
ing who is playing against
zero odds in life's fourth
dimension.
"There is no happy 'for-
ever after' on this Earth," he
said.
Ernie was urging us not
to short-charge ourselves
by accepting with less
than honest grace those
picayune random-walk
changes along the way that
can upset a human being's
best-laid plans for his own
valediction.
My grandmother told
me, "'Yesterday is a canceled
check; tomorrow is a prom-
issory note; today is cash in
your hand!"
"Right now" is the mid-
dle of the stream leading
from the past to the future.
If you don't stay afloat in
the today, there will be no
tomorrow~waiting over the
horizon.
Editor'snote: Thisweek'scolumn
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Conservative
Cultural Commentar
.By Louis Roney
Distinguished Professor Emeritus, UCF
2004 Fla. Alliance for the Arts award
Assisted by beloved wife Joy Roney

Give mte time

simple bucolic guy,
om hnstklike me, a long time to
comprehend.
The French have a say-
ing: "Plus ca change, plus
c'est la meme chose."
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the more they remain the
same. .
The paradox of that
statement was an enigma
to me while my genius was
still inchoate.
I guess I just couldn't
swallow whole the apo-
thegm that "change is the
way of life."
World War II came along
and brought abject defeat
to a generation that wanted
to keep things "as they
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CASE: JNO:48-2009 CP650
MARYW E.ANGLINI PA
Deeaed Vasrme

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ANGEINI decsdRer No.487-209C-
wh ose ate of death wiMa s Fbruary 11, 2009, s an
pending, In the Circit Courat for orang Coount, Flor
idProaeDvisi o etion, asthne. addeass of whch is 42
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3802. Thenames, andid addrsse of7 the42 personal

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ehstae muste of lethe clais withar tiscut, WTHIN i
THEEdn 3) MOTHS AFcuTE THE DATE O Fag CuTHE FIoRST

RIODSSE FORTHg IvNu SiECTO 733.02 rad, FLORIDA




Te date of ho fs pulcaton of this notice is Jeunre
Gobes rac us ie Annei Glavinsq wihti o

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CNH ITPE R DUGIAS LILLY

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IN MRE: ESATER OMATHA R.EEN' WISE, O E
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OR MRE: EAFTE MR THE E ETSDAEO ET R IE
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Jun;Fie 4, be 2009. -P-02-0 i edn



Aeretatomey for tPersonal Representative s
Florn ridae Bart Neow. 2411



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WTIN THE CITRCT COUR F.ORT RANGER COUNTY,
O FLORSTW AIDA, POBATE IIS OION OR3
INY AF: ESTH ATE OF SRI O P F
NOTICE TO CREDITORS


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FRHIN HE ICUT IONR 73370 OF THE FLORIDA
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IN THE EIGHTH CIRCUIT COURT FOR ORANGE
COUNTY, FLORIDA, PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 2009-CP-1123-0
IN RE: ESTATE OF
Josephine Trantham Ross,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS .
The administration of the estate of JOSEPHINE
TRANTHAM ROSS, deceased, whose date of death
was May 16, 2009, File Number 2009-CP-1123-0,
is pending in the Circuit Court for Orange County,
Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is
425 N.0Orange Avenue, Orlando, Florida 32801.The
name and address of the Personal Representative
and the Personal Representative s attomey are
set forth below.
Air creditors of the decedent and other persons
having claims or demands against decedent's
estate, on whom a copy of this notice is served
must file their claims with this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demar.): agan,- i the
decedent's estate must file their clj~m: a*Ir, this
court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOT WITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS
OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO FILED WILL
Eat t the fi st publication of this notice of
administration: June 11, 2009.
WE Winderweedle, JR.
Attorney
219 W Comstocke Avenue
Winter Park, FI. 32790-2997
Telephone:(407) 628-4040
Florida Bar No. 0116626
THOMAS TRANTHAM ROSS
Personal Representative
6/11, 6/18


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR SEMINOLE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
CASE No. 2008CA006827
AMERICAN STERLING BANK, A MISSOURI CORPO-
RATION, PLAINTIFF,
VS.
PEDRO NODA-MOLINA, ET AL.
DEFENOANT(S).
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Final
Judgment of Foreclosure dated May 22, 2009 in
the above action, I will sell to the highest bidder
for cash at Semlnole, Florida, on 23 June 2009 at
11:00 AM, at Room S201 of Courthouse 301 N.
Park Ave., Sanford, FL 32771 for the following de-
scribed property:
Condominium Unit No. 3302, Building 4, of
CLUBSIDE AT SABAL POINT, a Condominium
according to the Declaration of Condominium
thereof, as recorded in Official Records Book
6098, Page 596, and any amendments there-
to, if any, of the Public Records of Seminole
County, Florida, together with an undivided
interest In the common areas, if any.
Any person claiming an interest In the surplus from
the sale, If any, other than the properly owner as of
the date of the lis pendens must file a claim within
sixty (60) days after the sale. The Court, in its dis-
cretion, may enlarge the time of the sale. Notice
of the changed time of sale shall be published as
provided herein.
Dated May 27, 2009
MARYANNE MORSE
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Deputy CI rkc lfheRN Co
NOTICE
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990
Administrative Order No. 08-01
If you are a person with a disability who needs
any accommodation in order to participate in this
proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of cetiain assistance. Please contact
Court Administration at The Seminole Civil Court-
house, 301 N. Park Aventle, Suite 301, Sanford,
FL 32771-1292, (407) 665-4227 within 2 working
days of your receipt of this notice. Ityou are hearing
or voice impaired, call i-800-955-87710t 1611


IN THE 01RCUIT COURT FOR ORANGE COUNTY
FLORIDA, PROBATE DIVISION
File Number:2009-CP-001233-0
IN RE: ESTATE OF .
ALICE J. RETTIG,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDiTORS
The administration of the estate of ALICE J. RET-
TIG, deceased, whose date of death was May 20,
2009 is pending in the Circuit Court for Orange
County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of
which is 425 North Orange Avenue, Room 340, Or-
lando, FL 32801. The names and addresses of the
Personal Representative and the Personal Repre-
sentative's attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other persons
having claims or demands against decedent's
estate, including unmatured, contingent or unllq-
uidated claims, on whom a copy of this notice is
served must file their claims with this court WITHIN
THEATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON TEM.
AII other creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands against the
decedent's estate, including unmatured, contingent
or un~lquidated claims, must file their claims with
this court within 3 months after the date of the first
publication of this notice.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED. .
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE ANY CLAM FILED TWO (2) YEARS 08
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this Notice is
6/11/09.
Personal Representative:
NANCY S. FREEMAN
329 Park Avenue Noth
P.O.80ox 880
Winter Park, FL 32790
vanessa J. DiSimone
S Attorney for Personal Representative
Florida Bartio. 0043713
Winderweedle, Haines, Ward &Woodman, P.A.
329 Parke Avenue North, P.O. Box 880, Winter Park,
FL 32790
Telephone: (407) 423-4246 /1 /


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 48-2009-CP-1118-0
IN RE: ESTATE OF
SUE E. GARDNER,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of Sue E. Gard-
ner, deceased, whose date of death was May 7,
2009, and whose social security number is XX(X-
XX-3425, file number 48-2009-CP-1118-0, is
pending in the Circuit Court for Orange County, Flor-
ida, Probate Division, the address of which is 425
North Orange Avenue, Room 310, Orlando, Florida .
32801. The names and addresses of the personal
representative and the personal.representative's at-
tomney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other persons
having claims or demands against decedent's es-
tate on whom a copy of this notice is required to be
served must file their claims with this court WITHIN
THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFFER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and other per-
sons having claims or demands against decedent's
estate must file their claims wih this courtWrmlN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TI0N OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERI-
ODS SET FORTH IN SEC110N 733.702 OF THE FLOR-
IDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS
OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT S 0ATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this notice is June
4, 2009.
Attorney for Personal Representative:
Daniel M. Hunter
Florida Bar No. 038132
Hunter & Marchman, P.A.
1330 Palmetto Avenue
Winter Park(, FL 32789
Telephone: (407) 647-6900


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Personal Representative:
Karen Gardner
4517 S. Pasee Don Carlos
Tucson, AZ 85757


6/4. 6/11


IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE 9th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA
.CASE NO.: 9CCN3 12
WATERFORD LAKES COMMUNITY ASSOCIATl0N, INC.,
Plaintiff.
JUAN 0. GUERRA, and JOHN DOE, and JANE DOE, as unknown tenants,
Defendants. O
To: JUAN 0. GUERRA NTC FAT
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose a Ilen on the following described property in Orange County, *
Condominium Unit No. 915, Building No. 9, of THE CREST AT WATERFORD LAKES, A CONDOMINIUM,** *
according to the Declaration of Condominium thereof, recorded in Official Records Book 8170, Page Co pyrig hted Material
1746, as amended, all of the Pubie Records of Orange County, Florida. *
has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your writen defenses, If any, to it on Matt Syndicated Content
G. Firestone, Esq., the Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is POHL & SHORT, P.A., 280 W. Canton Avenue, Suite
el0 rkso Ofc ix3e2d0h8e ei nte ak lrd 29 o bfe 's l it im 9 dadefle eea oria with Available from Commercial News Providers
defaultwill be entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint or petition.
DATED this 29th day of Maty, 2009. ****


CLER OF CUT
By: Amy Camell
Civie dCr rea
In accordance with the Americans With Disabilities Act, persons withrdisabilities needing a special accom-
modation to participate in this proceeding should contact Court Administration, at 425 N. Orange Avenue,
Imado l iidalD 30,1 telp~ho9ne5 147 r36-3 no lter t~han8Mo i2)a da prio o apheeprvpeeding. If
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