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Winter Park Recovery CenterExecutive Drug & Alcohol Treatment Protocols Sinclair Method of Alcohol Extinction Suboxone/Subutex For Opioid Abuse Chantix For Smoking CessationPsychiatrist Supervised Dual Diagnosis Evidenced Based Programs2056 Aloma Ave, Suite 100, Winter Park, FL 32792www.WinterParkRecoveryCenter.com 407-629-0413 The future of Winter Parks last historic homes are hanging in the balance as the City Com the city uses to preserve them. The shifting historical status of the Capen House resulted in a public outcry, and now resi dents and the City Commission are questioning the effectiveness of the system thats designed to keep the citys historical build ings safe. Its a wakeup call, Com missioner Sarah Sprinkel I dont think anybody would have predicted it, but now its here; youve got to do something with it and you cant ignore it. The City Commission dis historical preservation and the differences and similarities be tween a national historic register and a local one; many historic Winter Park buildings fall under one or the other. Residents whove rallied to gether to try and save the Capen House since word got out last month over its possible destruc tion continue to question the city processes that brought them to this place. If land looks like a park, acts as a park, and is perceived to be a park by the public, then it should be protected as a park, ruled the majority of Maitlands City Council on Monday by moving to add two more perceived parks to the citys register of protected heritage lands. in the citys charter a citizenpetition-prompted amendment in 1990 requires all aesthetically pleasing land perceived as a park land, which can then only be changed in use by voter referen dum. But, members of the citys Parks and Recreation Adviso ry Board (PRAB) said, Howell ARCHIVE PHOTO BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE OBSERVER Casa Feliz nearly fell, but an uprising saved it. With another house at the gallows, residents want protections to be permanent. Please see CAPEN on page 2 Please see PARKS on page 2 Preserving the past Maitland marks more parks City questions effectiveness of historic preservation Howell Branch Park and Hill Recreation Center to be protected as heritage park lands SARAH WILSON Observer Staff TIM FREED Observer Staff STOPPING THE WRECKING BALL shorter lines during future elec tions in Florida, thanks to a new bill signed by Gov. Rick Scott last month. The new bill will go into effect in November, and gives Florida ting additional days, hours and locations for early voting, trim ming down the crowds on Elec tion Day. We have to remember that a lot of people being interested in an election and voting is a good thing, said Seminole County Su pervisor of Elections Michael Er tel. Whats not good is not being able to accommodate them, and so thats what I think this will ibility. Counties are now able to add required eight days of early vot ing, and the minimum amount of time an early voting station is hours to eight hours. The bill means more locations for early voting as well. Florida residents will be able to vote ear ly at community buildings, civic centers and stadiums, Ertel said. Orange County Elections Su pervisor Bill Cowles said the im portance of early voting comes from getting people in and out of We have to meet the needs of the voters, Cowles said. They want convenience in their voting; they want options in their voting, so thats why I think were seeing the emphasis on these laws for early voting. The current bill undid many of the changes that were made in 2011, which cut back on early voting by decreasing the number of voting days from 14 to eight and outlawing early voting on Sunday. Both were seen widely as politically motivated. Floridas early voting during again over the past several years. In 2008, Florida was given 14 days of early voting. In 2012, that number dropped to 10 days, and have 14 days once again. Cowles suggested that poli tics usually plays a part in these changes. Many times politics will get involved in determining the de cisions that are made concerning Please see ELECTIONS on page 2 Supervisors react to law changes at the polls but more ways for money to influence elections TIM FREED Observer Staff
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BONUS TIP: Keep holding the Command key down as you tap the Q key to quickly quit the application selected in the Application Switcher. Habit aer a few tries.APPLICATION SWITCHER Easy Navigation Branch Park on Temple Trail and Hill Recreation Center Park on Hillcrest Avenue had despite previous PRAB recommendations ment/Other instead of as parks, leaving them unprotected and up for changes in use to the whims of Council. Were just asking you to pre serve and cherish what we have in the parks system, PRAB Chair Cindi Price said. While Councilman John Lowndes proposed changing the tion off the bat, Councilman Ivan Valdes suggested the city recon sider the Hill Recreation Centers distinction. He and Mayor How ard Schieferdecker proposed that the city, while it still had discre tion over the lands use, look into possibly selling or swapping the Center property for land on the west side of Maitland to make a park over there instead. We need to come up with a plan to get a west side park we have a number of parks on the east side, and not one on the west side, Schieferdecker said. It takes money, thats the key. That money, he said, has been something the city hasnt had to fund the purchase of land for a park in western Maitland, and something the leverage of this land on Hillcrest could help with. But residents urged the Coun cil to respect their wishes, refer ring back to the 1990 heritage lands amendment, which passed with 90.6 percent of the vote. The whole reason for that charter amendment was because they wanted to prevent the very thing you may be considering now, selling the land, outgoing PRAB member Pushpa Seth said. Theyre not making anymore maintain what we have, said longtime PRAB member Eliza beth Schneider-Peele. Councilmembers Lowndes, Frosch and Goff-Marcil agreed, directing staff to draft paperwork to add the two parks to citys list of protected heritage lands. We all want [a west side park] done, but I dont think were go ing to get that way from losing park on the east side, Lowndes said. The Council, he added, needs to respect what the charter amendment asked for, and call a park a park. the legislation, so I think in the case of 2011, there was an attempt to make some things happen for the 2012 election, and I think they saw that they were not wise de cisions and then they reversed themselves, Cowles said. Florida House Rep. Karen Cas tor Dentel said she agreed that the probably be tied to politics. I do think that its a politi cal strategy for some to limit the number of people who vote, Castor Dentel said. If youre go ing to limit Sunday early voting, which is a traditional day of vot ing for African Americans, who traditionally vote Democrat, that sounds like a political strategy to me. Hopefully well rise above that. One of the more controversial items on the bill is one that raises the amount of money a voter can contribute to a candidate from $500 to $1,000. It ends up making people who cant give that money have less of a voice, Castor Dentel said. Not that the limits themselves are ob scene, but it minimizes people who dont have access to that kind of money to participate. Castor Dentel said a certain Su preme Court ruling made way for in politics. The Citizens United ruling that recognized corporations as people kind of opened the doors to corporations having an undue Dentel said. I disagree with that court ruling. We should represent the people, not necessarily cor porations. Were representing the people who vote for us, the peo ple in our districts. Money is a problem in these races. Though the new bill has its set backs, it generally addresses the issues that needed to be changed from 2011, Ertel said. Its not a perfect bill, but over all, I think were moving in the right direction, Ertel said. With all due respect, I feel that the events in recent weeks have caused our community to lose faith in our governments ability to protect our historic resources, said Betsy Owens, a Winter Park of Casa Feliz. Looking back a little further over the last 20 years, one in every eight homes in Winter Park has been de molished. While some res idents argued that the city is unable to protect its his toric landmarks, Mayor Ken Brad ley wasnt as quick to say the sys tem is broken. I dont agree with the assess ment that historical preservation is dead in this city, Bradley said. Im not coming from the assump tion that everything is broken and know if it is or isnt. We need to look at it in a much more realistic way. Bradley suggested looking at other communities like Gaines ville, Coral Gables and Sarasota for guidance on historic preserva tion. I think thats really important for us to say who are the organiza tions or cities that have done this re ally well and what kind of efforts that they embrace in the community to get it done, Brad ley said. During this Commission meeting, Capen House home owners John and Betsy Pokorny were represented by attorney Trippe Cheek who told the Commission that his cli ents would be willing to relocate the home as long as it was a rea sonable offer within a reasonable amount of time. The owners are currently speaking with private companies about relocating the building, with one anonymous company submitting a relocation method this past week, Assistant City Manager Michelle del Valle said. Meanwhile, the City Commis sion will continue to work to take a closer look at the citys methods of historical preservation. I think this will be on our agendas for many times to come, Bradley said. PARKS | Valdes suggested selling east side parkland to buy land west of Interstate 4 CAPEN | Commissioners more open to writing rules that keep historic homes safer ELECTIONS | C ONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE C ONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE C ONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE ARCHIVE PHOTO BY JENNY ANDREASSON THE OBSERVER Maitland has some parks near its west side, but none that cross the highway bisecting it. ARCHIVE PHOTO BY SARAH WILSON THE OBSERVER The historic plaque still hangs on the Capen House, which waits for a new place to stay while residents scramble to come up with money for land and an expensive relocation. I think this will be on our agendas for many times to come. Mayor Ken Bradley
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Page 4 UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT! 50%offyogurtNO SIZE LIMIT EXPIRES 8-31-13 10 delicious rotating avors Over 40 fresh toppings Great atmosphere Free Wi-Fi HOURS SUNDAY-THURSDAY noon 10 p.m. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY noon 11 p.m.513 Park Ave., Winter Park 321-972-8925 This week at Enzian1300 SOUTH ORLANDO AVE MAITLAND, FL 407-629-0054 WWW.ENZIAN.ORG @EnzianTheater The Perfect Film for Wine Lovers! SOMM Sat & Sun 1:00PM Held Over! MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING Fri Sun 3:30, 6:30, 9:30 Mon-Thu 6:30, 9:30 Wednesday Night Pitcher Show FREE! FLASH GORDON Wed 8PM or SUNSET Its been a wild rollercoaster of a week for the Florida Collegiate Summer League, with nearly the entire league standings swinging And the Winter Park Diamond Dawgs have earned the brunt of heaval, with an 8-6 record and a solid spot in second place. Theyre just behind the Orlando Monarchs (7-5) who lead the league for the Meanwhile the Leesburg Lightning are wondering what happened. As of June 18 the mand of the league, having led things nearly from the outset of the season. Just a week later, they were on one of the biggest losing streaks the teams ever seen. The Lightning (7-7) were on the at Alfond Field against Winter Park, the Dawgs having steadily risen in the standings after a rocky start. But, the last-place College Park Freedom stunned them 8-7 on Monday night after having led the game until the eighth inning. Winter Parks Mike Melendez took the bad luck loss after strik ing out two of three and watching cost his team two runs, including the winner. But the Dawgs gave don Sanger and Michael Danner both going yard. The Dawgs will play a pair at to host Leesburg at 7 p.m. on June 27. Theyll be back again at 1 p.m. June 30 to host DeLand. The Freedom will be on the road until June 30, when they return to their home at Bishop Moore High School for a 5 p.m. showdown against Leesburg. At 4 a doubleheader against Orlando, with the second game coming at 7 p.m. Florida baseball league standings ip in just one week ISAAC BABCOCK Observer Staff Business Briefs Community Bulletin Down Syndrome donation The Winter Park Chamber of Commerce presented a $10,000 donation to Down Syndrome Association of Central Florida as a result of the 2012-2013 Chamber Cares project. Interior renovations Cuhaci & Peterson Architects based in Baldwin Park, was awarded a contract to complete interior renovations at Northern Tool and Equipment Company in Cassel berry. They will also design a new Central Florida Oral Surgery facility in Oviedo. New UCF faculty J. Jeffrey Jones a vice chancellor at Indiana University South Bend, has been named UCFs new vice provost for region al campuses. Community leader award Leadership Winter Park presented its 10th annual Community Leader Award to Marni Spence Certied Public Accoun tant and tax principal at CliftonLarsonAl len LLP, during the Leadership Winter Park Graduation Celebration Luncheon held on May 16 at the Rachel D. Murrah Civic Center. Rollins construction Lamm & Company Partners will be the development and construction manager for Rollins College on the new construc tion of Strong Hall Phase II a $3.5 mil lion, 16,000square-foot, three-story structure that will replace an antiquated building at the west side of the Rollins campus. The project will break ground in summer and is scheduled for completion in early 2014. Subcontractors are still be ing sought for this project. Bowl-A-Thon Nearly 150 Connextions employees re cently came together at Aloma Bowl to raise money for Junior Achievement of Central Floridas (JA) annual BowlA-Thon. Proceeds support JA programs focusing on nancial literacy, workforce readiness, the free enterprise system and entrepreneurship skills. Womens care Winter Park OB-GYN a division of Womens Care Florida, has been caring for women in the Central Florida area for more than 40 years, and recently moved into a new, contemporary ofce space at 100 North Edinburgh Drive, Suite 200. Double sale Broker Mike Winn senior vice-president of Winter Park Land Commercial, brokered the sale of two adjacent ofce buildings at 135 N. Knowles Ave. and 162 N. Knowles Ave in Winter Park for $675,000. Total square footage combined is 3,800 square feet. Winn also represented the seller, Carolyn Franklin Trust, in the sale of the 3,500-square-foot ofce building at 334 S. Wymore Road. The buyer, Wymore Real Estate LLC, was represented by Lee Zeri vitz of CITY Commercial. Renovated playground The Roth Jewish Community Cente r of Greater Orlandos Richard S. Adler is embarking on a fundraising campaign to renovate its enclosed courtyard play ground. For more information about the project, contact Carol McNally at Car olM@orlandojcc.org 407-645-0923. Interior remodeling Cuhaci & Peterson Architects based in Orlandos Baldwin Park, has been hired to conduct interior remodeling of a multi story headquarters for New Tribes Mission located at 1000 E. First St. in Sanford. Golf outing The Pavilion Golf Society shot a hole in one for the elderly with a successful inaugural golf outing on Sunday, June 2, raising $16,000 for the Jewish Pavilion. New dean Rollins College recently appointed Asso ciate Professor of Education Debra Well man as the dean of the College of Pro fessional Studies, which offers bachelor degrees in communication, education and international business. Proud grads Rachel Shepard of Maitland graduated from Rice University on May 11. Cadet Justin Alexandre Raab son of Mr. and Mrs. Andre Raab of Longwood, graduated from the U.S. Military Academy on Saturday, May 25. Nonprot partners with OCPS Jewish Family Services Orlando, the Winter Park-based nonprot, human ser vice agency, is pleased to announce its partnership with Orange County Public Schools in providing its Kids Konnect Family Circle program to students and their families beginning in August. Nonprot reaches 40 years The Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation celebrates a milestone this month its 40th anniversary Throughout the last four decades, the Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation has awarded more than 3,165 grants to 790 nonprot organizations to taling more than $100 million in funding. Sewer rehab On Monday, July 8, Winter Park will be gin a sewer rehab project at the inter section of Lakemont and Mizell avenues near Winter Park Memorial Hospital. This project is scheduled to be complete by Monday, July 22, weather permitting.
Page 5 ago in July of 1863 a great battle took place outside of the small town of Gettysburg, Penn. Can a war between countrymen, fami ly, and one-time friends that creat ed a spectacle and tragedy no one brimstone hung in the air from the black powder used to send deadly A century and a half later we are one united nation. As we make plans to celebrate our coun of us will come in contact with the same material, black pow der, which was once used for a much deadlier purpose. How ever, we must keep in mind that even though the materials used to brilliantly are no longer meant for war, they can and do cause inju ries across Florida and the United States. and sparklers are controlled to an are items that may be available at some locations that should not be sold to the public at large. Illegal that create a visible or audible ef pedoes, skyrockets, roman can sidered illegal and cannot be sold in our state. Even though a retailer be purchased with a waiver, think works does not release you from liability if a device youve ignited waiver keep you from injuring yourself or others if a device mal Did you now the tip of a spar kler burns at a temperature of more than 1,200 degrees Fahr enheit, which is hot enough to melt gold and cause third-degree burns? In fact, each Fourth of July, thousands of people, most often children and teens, are injured highest for children 5 years of age. More than 80 percent of sumers are legally allowed to use. works to the professionals and do attend a public display conduct ed by trained professionals. Our neighboring communities host some wonderful displays that can be enjoyed by the entire family. children should never be allowed may be left over because they may ploded, alert the nearest author from the device for your own safe ty. Fireworks displays are safe for the most part, but accidents can and do occur on occasion. Now you may ask after all this, So what types of devices can we purchase in Florida? Some devices that have been approved by the Florida Station Fire Marshal are sparklers, snakes or glow worms, smoke devices, trick noisemakers, party pop pers, booby traps, snappers, trick matches that produce a spark, cig arette loads and sparkling foun tains, which can be found for sale at locations throughout our area. Using care and common sense will ensure you and your family have an enjoyable Fourth of July celebration. If you have any questions or klers, please dont hesitate to con tact your Maitland Fire Rescue Department at 407-539-6226. Dennis Marshall, CET, FCO Fire Marshal Maitland Fire Rescue Department AVAILABLE JULY 9 ON BLU-RAY COMBO PACK, WITH DVD, DIGITAL COPY AND ULTRAVIOLET ENTER FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN A BLU-RAY COMBO PACKSEND US YOUR NAME AND MAILING ADDRESS TO TCRAFT@TURNSTILEMEDIAGROUP.COM NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. about how much money Let us help you! Call today!(407)-644-6646www.aSafeHarbor.com Member of Bob Adams President/CEO A SafeHarbor, LLC firstname.lastname@example.orgS T OP Worryingyou have for retirement.Instead of being concerned with the value of your retirement account, you should be more concerned with the income that account provides. Income maintains your quality of life so you may live in retirement as you did when you were working. You need to have the income so you can travel, see your grandkids and live whatever retirement dreams you may have. If you would like to see how you can MAXIMIZE YOUR INCOME FOR LIFE call us today. There are options available that most Americans dont know about. Give us one hour to see if we can give you your lifetime. Maitland City Talk BY HOWARD SCHIEFERDECKER MAYOR A reminder of dangers reworks safety on Independence Day 866-314-3769AIRLINES ARE HIRING
Page 6 June 24 City Commission meeting There was a City Commission meeting held June 10 in City Hall Commission Chambers. Below are a few highlights from that meeting: Mayors Report City Managers Report items Non-action Items to review demolitions and the Consent Agenda Action Items Requiring Discussion Public Hearings new remote drive-thru teller lanes Homes: Commission minutes will be Construction on Lakemont Avenue to begin Monday, July 8 Olde Fashioned 4th of July a.m. from the main stage. Chil sion is free to its galleries from Visit the citys ofcial website at cityofwinterpark.org, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, and watch us on Vimeo. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU! The businesses, organizations and individuals below have chosen to support your local chamber of commerce again in 2013 by renewing their membership. Please join us in thanking them for their investment in our community the next time you shop, dine, or call on their place of business. ANNUAL SUPPORTERS Baldwin Brothers Cremation Society Century Link Prism T.V. Edible Orlando Flooring by DeLoreto Interiors OCA, Inc. Olive Garden Panera Bread Aloma Avenue Sara Brady Public Relations SportsCare Institute, LLC Mark & Dorl Squires Taps Restaurant Bar & Lounge The Gardens at DePugh Nursing Center Think Creative UPS Store #6238 Ward Law Firm P.L. 5+ YEARS Fiction Creative, LLC Freedom Ride, Inc. Fringe Benefit Plans, Inc. Thomas J. McMacken St. Richard's Episcopal Church Welbourne Avenue Nursery, Inc. 10+ YEARS Central Florida Research Park Hangers Cleaners NCM Media Networks United Legacy Bank 15+ YEARS GrayRobinson, P.A. Greenberg Traurig Maitland Art and History Center Winter Park Health Foundation, Inc. 20+ YEARS Beattie Family Orthodontics Orange County Regional History Center W e l l s F a r g o 25+ YEARS Carlton Arms Apartments of Winter Park Sarah E. Arnold, P.A. 30+ YEARS American Lock & Door Specialists C h a m b e r T r u s t e e F o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n a b o u t t h e W i n t e r P a r k C h a m b e r o f C o m m e r c e o u r m e m b e r s a n d u p c o m i n g e v e n t s v i s i t u s a t t h e W i n t e r P a r k W e l c o m e C e n t e r c a l l ( 4 0 7 ) 6 4 4 8 2 8 1 o r l o g o n t o w w w w i n t e r p a r k o r g EVENTS & PROGRAMS P A R K A V E N U E S U M M E R S I D E W A L K S A L E Thursday, July 11 Sunday, July 14 Hours and discounts vary by store G O O D M O R N I N G W I N T E R P A R K Friday, July 12 at 7:45 a.m. Winter Park Welcome Center Topic: The Alfond Inn at Rollins College M E M B E R O R I E N T A T I O N Wednesday, July 17 at 8:15 a.m. Winter Park Welcome Center M E M B E R S H I P G E N E R A L A S S E M B L Y Thursday, July 25 at 5 p.m. Rachel D. Murrah Civic Center This membership appreciation event is not to be missed! W I N T E R P A R K E X E C U T I V E W O M E N Monday, August 5 at 11:30 a.m. Winter Park Welcome Center Topic: Stress Management Winter Park City Talk BY RANDY KNIGHT CITY MANAGER
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Know that your actions cannot be Hoarded, Saved For Latewr, Or Used Selectively. By your hand, millions billions of lives will be altered, caught up in a chain of events begun by you this day. The very beating of your heart has meaning and purpose. Your actions have value far greater than silver or gold.Your life and what you do with it today MA TTERS FOREVER. JUNE 27 The Rollins Center for Lifelong Learning, which offers innovative liberal arts pro gramming for adults 50 and older, will provide a preview of some of the courses that will be offered this fall during An Evening at Rollins from 7 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, June 27, at Annie Russell The atre, 1000 Holt Ave. in Winter Park. The evening will consist of short vignettes presented by Rollins faculty about some of the courses that will be offered. Contact Bob McKinlay at 407-646-2192 or email@example.com for more information. This free event features ve 20-minute vignettes on Floridas history, dance, Disney and Winter Park, superhe roes, and Annie Russell Stage Star. JUNE 28 After moving due to the expansion of the ABC Fine Wine and Spirits store along Orlando Avenue in Winter Park, Primp full service salon will host a grand reopening at 631 S. Orlando Avenue with an open house on June 28. Visit primpfullsa lon.com for more information JUNE 29 Fresh from a standing ovation at the Napa Valley Film Festival, Somm showing at Enzian reveals this secret world as it follows four young candidates prepar ing to take one of the toughest tests in the world the Master Sommelier exam. George Miliotes of Season 52, one of only four Master Sommeliers in Orlando, will be hosting a wine tasting at Eden Bar im mediately following the movie. Tickets are limited for the tasting. JUNE 30 The North American Vocal Ensemble will perform at 3 p.m. on Sunday, June 30. This adult chamber choir is highly ac claimed. 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JULY 5 The Art & History Museums Maitlands (A&H) popular program Ladies Art Lounge continues with bookmaking fun on Friday, July 5, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the A&Hs Germaine Marvel Building, 210 W. Packwood Ave., Maitland. Ladies Art Lounge is designed for women who want an evening out with friends where they can talk, have a glass of wine, and learn something new in a casual and fun atmo sphere. Registration is required. A cash wine bar is available. Outside alcohol is not allowed. To register, visit ArtandHis tory.org or call 407-539-2181, ext. 265. Visit www.wpmobserver.com/ events/search for more details. Send submissions to ibabcock@ turnstilemediagroup.com
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Page 12 Opinions that brags about the home being History has its value in some ways. worth less than our individual dreams of the future. rather he left it alone. money. eyesore is ing a 120-year-old home when of the new owner. body has ever moved into a his before them: destroy or move years by former owner Clardy to be the residents who save they want their home to stay the way it is forever. They have a good argument. be totally within their rights. but by what we refuse to de Our Observation EDITORIAL CARTOONS has moved into the mainstream. shifting from the voluntourism as Rollins still send teams to rebuild devastated areas of the by homeowners he met in New he returned to New Orleans to rebuild the homes and lives of tion hearings in the Little Haiti then will students feel the urgen so alternative anymore. Micki Meyer is the Lord Family Director of Community Engagement at Rollins College in Winter Park. Its City of Homes, not Graveyard of Homes From voluntourism to meaningful change MICKI MEYER Guest Writer If the Commission doesnt have the courage to protect the citys homes, then the same torrent of buyers who want that new house smell will keep destroying the citys history for a better view of their lakefront. King Features Weekly ServiceJune 2 4, 2013 King Features Weekly ServiceJune 2 4, 2013
Page 13 Chris Jepson Perspectives All men having power ought to be dis trusted if ing the freedoms we won when we got tion of a database of information about amendments to the Constitution.) If Obama and they did many of us all right! Now President Obama assures us that his administration is not not sin not have yet to see anything done on any of the list goes on and on. danger. of our own future if we are to have a free Arbitrary power is most easily established on the ruins of liberty abused to licentious ness. About Roney: HarvardDistinguished Prof, Em.UCF 2004 Fla. Alliance for the Arts award (Assisted by beautiful wife Joy Roney) that you are diseased. the still-thin young daughters trailing their obese mothers into gro a formless blob of blubber in who weigh outside the healthy range to myself! be the relish. Jepson is a 27-year resident of Central Florida. Hes scally conservative, socially liberal, likes art and embraces diversity of opinion. Reach him at Jepson@MEDIAmerica.US Insanity by reason of obesity After all of the ifs Louis Roney Play On! Is not much of the problem of obesity simple laziness to do a good thing? Look for water amount of water held in a leaf or bottle than two days. Inspect your home Maintain your yard and aerated. Isolate during the early morning and late eve Treat yourself Geoff White, general manager of HomeTeam Pest Defense Orlando Sick of getting bitten? Five ways to L.I.M.I.T. mosquitoes GEOFF WHITE Guest Writer JOAQUIM ALVES GASPAR