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Father's Day: History and local vignettes /A3


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BREF I rYiSheriff's office

bank robbery case Eio' oe
CITRUS SPRINGS Detec- E io' oe
tives with The Citrus County Sher- Controversy over
iffy's Office have two people in veterans' access
custody they say robbed the Capi-an tal City Bank in Citrus Springs just a waiting
before 12:30 p.m. Friday. Within times at VA
minutes of the robbery, deputieshelhcr had three people detained who
matched witness descriptions, facilities has
Deputies also set up a perimeter been national
around the bank. The agency's
helicopter and K9 units also re- Anews for several
sponded to the scene. weeks.
After interviewing all three sub- It has brought strong
jects, detectives arrested Angela response from national
Simmons, 25, from Dunnellon, and state politicians and
who is being held on one count of triggered a top-down
robbery. Richard Alexander Patter- shakeup in the U.S.
son, 18, was the driver of the car Department of Veterans
and is charged with principle first Affairs.
degree to robbery. Simmons even- The issue prompted a
tually confessed to the robbery rapid response from Conand also showed detectives where gesadasrne
she stashed the cash in the fo h Atepolm
woods. Detectives also recoveredwilbadrse several articles of clothing, includ- 43Last year the VA spent
about $58 million on
ing the jacket Simmons wore into AIIhealth care for Citrus
the bank, which had the note she i tCounty's estimated 26,022
gave the teller and a baby bottle vtrn.TeV pr
inside the jacket pocket. The jacket ates an outpatient clinic
also had a large amount of green inLcnt1n7oclvt
paint on the outside, which wit- erans also get medical
nesses said she wore as a dis- services at outpatient
guise inside the bank. clinics in Ocala, The VilDeputies said Simmons walked STEPHEN E. LASKO/For the Chronicle lages and the VA medical
into the bank just before World War 11 Navy veteran Maximino Alvarez, 87, talks about his experience with the Veterans center (hospital) in
12:30 p.m. and gave the bank Administration after he was severely burned when a kamikaze pilot crashed into his ship in 1944. Gainesville. There are
teller a note stating "hand over the also referrals to private
cash." Simmons ran out with an VA storiesh care providers.
undisclosed amount of money. LDiabled veterans share warstre about''tl with To determine what is
She jumped a fence which sur- va i A happening locally and
rounds the bank and ran through a NANcy KENNEDY arms, legs and torso. said. "I didn't file a claim; I was find out the issues and
nearby neighborhood, shedding Stf rtrAtrsedn otsi h uoaial e pi h y- concerns of veterans, VA
Staf wrterAftr sendng mnth inthe autmatcall se upin he ys- officials and veterans' adseveral articles of clothing, for ap- hospital, he was discharged tem. Then about 10 years later vcts hoil e
proximately two miles before being hlen it comes from the Navy they sent me a letter, doubling portes Narnc e enndy
apprehendd by depties. medical treat- Less than a year later, he re- my disability automatically presNnyKney
appreheed bys sodhveis.me through the ceived a letter from the then- "But today, with all the tech- But aer hmpso ndeti
that originally dropped off Sim- VA system, World Veterans Administration nology, it's a mess. Why, with Pate Fahertaves ofnVeA
mons near the bank. W ar 11 veteran Al- informing him he was eligible millions of people back then, galedthcae CtatusV
"Our detectives did exactly what varez Maximino is perplexed. for disability and medical why were they able to take care healtyaeinCtu
they are trained to do in these Seventy years ago at age 17, treatment. At that time, he was of everyone and not today? Stories in today's newstypes of situations," Capt. Dave he enlisted in the Navy On among 15 million other Ameri- People today have to wait a ppradMna'
Decarlo said. "in a robbery case, Dec. 5, 1944, his ship was hit by can veterans who were also eli- year, year and a half." paper nd onda
it's all about time. If it wasn't for a Japanese kamikaze plane gible for VA care. Earlier this week, Maximino local account of the
their quick response in locating the and he suffered first-, second- "That was before computers ongoing national story on
suspects involved, they would have and third-degree bumns on his and all that technology, he See -Tage A12 VA provided health care
gotten away with a lot of cash." services. Monday's
No injuries were reported. coverage will also incl ude a look at a possible
Water district has two Grainesville to await N frh audits needed new VA regional facility
seats up for election 1r erV au i v j 't erthat could benefit local
The Homosassa Special Water fute Aadtreviews for Citu County VA veterans.
District election will be conducted BSE THM ONComing up
this year in conjunction with the BUSTesToMPSnt health care provider On Monday, the Chroni2014 general election and will be Crepnnt. cle looks at:
limited to only registered voters GAINESVILLE -According to the VHA audit, BUSTER THOMPSON 0 The county is being
who reside within the boundaries five locations in the VA Sunshine Healthcare Net- Correspondent considered for 120-bed
of the Homosassa Special Water work still require review, including the Malcom nursing home funded
District. This election will be for Randall VA Medical Center, headquarters for the LECANTO -The Veterans Community through the Florida Decommission seats 2 and 4. North Florida/South Georgia Veterans Health Based Outpatient Clinic in Lecanto, a veteran partment of Veterans AfCandidates shall qualify to have System in Gainesville. health care provider in the VA Sunshine Health fairs and the U.S.
their name placed on the ballot by Between October 2013 and mid-May, 4,006 new care Network, was not recommended for fur- DaT ment of-1 Veterans.--




A2 SUNDAYJUNE 15, 2014 STATE Cimus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


State BRIIEFS Top teen weightlifter to go to nationals

Zoo Miami lion AsoitdPesbecame her coach.
meets five cubs AsoitdPesAdrian Dougherty ... works at a doughnut Dougherty placed third in her
M IAMI A lion at Zoo FORT MYERS -A 16-year-old shop on weekends and solves eutosas first competition, earning a spot
Miami got an early Father's southwest Florida teen ranked as eutosat last year's Youth National
Day present. He got to meet the top lifter in her division will a member of her high school math team Championships in Missouri.
his five cubs. compete Saturday night in ~* teThere she finished second. Since
Zoo officials gradually intro- the USA Weightlifting Youth during teweekf. then she's competed in the Amerduced Jabari back to the pride National. ican Open Championships in
thi wek Ate iitaly ivng Adrian Dougherty doesn't look letes younger than 17. Dougherty, pursue it more seriously Dallas.
this ek Ateorouinitiall giving like your typical weightlifter The a former swimmer who started "He was like, 'You know, you "I guess it was that first compethabs acp thug sl tst 5-foot-2 teen works at a doughnut lifting at age 14, said a 2012 clinic could be good at this,"' Dougherty tition in Daytona," Wright
Jabriacepedthm s is shop on weekends and solves with USA Weightlifting coach said. "I guess he saw something laughed. "Neither of us had any
own. When playtime got too equations as a member of her Danny Camargo helped her real- in me." idea what we were doing. We just
rough, mom Kashifa jumped in high school math team during the ize her potential. She spends five days a week kind of followed along and figto make him back off. week. But she can also snatch 134 The Fort Myers News-Press re- practicing two Olympic lifts: ured it out. It of course helps that
Zoo officials aren't certain if pounds and can clean and jerk ported Dougherty got into snatch and clean-and-j erk Fellow she's really strong." Jabari is the cubs' father, but 182. That's almost 1 1/2 times her weightlifting after friends of her gym members rallied behind her Dougherty said it's hard to presay it's likely. He and his body weight. parents opened a gym in Fort to help develop her technique. dict what the future will hold bebrother had access to Kashifa She'll compete for a national Myers and she proved to be a nat- Crossfit 239 owner Josh Wright cause she's so new to the sport, and her sister and both were ranking Saturday night in Port ural at pushups, pull-ups and lifts, created a workout to strengthen but says "Tokyo 2020 -it would observed breeding with them. Orange along with 400 other ath- Camargo encouraged her to key muscle groups and eventually be pretty cool." Zoo officials said Jabari
showed the greatest interest in
the cubs, so they decided to
introduce them in hopes of
creating a complete pride. This Feldc m lxh u e mo s rtuk ,iern s
would be a first for Zoo Miami.dco pe ho ssm n trt ck ,ie irks
Rare tern nests Associated Press sewn on costumes for each door and back of the hopes to attract some of costume," Rodgers said.
production. main building, may be the biggest concert tours The Marvel Universe
crop up on beach ELLENTON -There The Tampa Bay Times expanding. and Broadway shows in Live show is currently
DAYTONA BEACH Offi- are a lot of secrets under reported the billion-dollar Feld uses the site for its the country When mega perfecting its special efcials are warning boaters to wraps at Feld Entertain- entertainment company own touring shows, but pop stars plan tours, they fects and stunts at the fabe cautious after a large ment in Ellenton. received nearly $4 million Casey Rodgers, vice presi- rent out stadiums for cility before debuting at
colony of terns has appeared The company is creat- in state and local incen- dent of financial and weeks to plot the lighting, the Tampa Bay Times
in central Florida. ing Marvel Universe Live, tives and grants to keep strategic planning, said pyrotechnics and choreog- Forum in July
Biologists say nests of this with Spider-man, Hulk 148 jobs in Manatee the company will rent its raphy before hitting the After that, the show will
protected species have been and Iron Man. There's County Roughly 30 mil- space to other companies. road. set out on an 85-city tour
decinig n Forda oryeas. also the rehearsals for lion people attend one of ESPN recently filmed a "This is the only place "We could not have put
delui nin nvFlridonyea Disney's ice show based Feld's 5,000 live entertain- commercial with former where you can have the on a show of this magniVmuanaCountysenvironental on the mega hit movie ment shows every year Alabama football player space of a rehearsal hall tude without those stumaagmet taf ecnty Frozen, which starts a na- And the space, which C.J. Mosley on a gladiator- and steps away you can dios," said Juliette Feld, counted 63 least tern nests on tional tour this fall. Feld is can fit three football style field of battle. have people who can the third generation runthe beach at Disappearing Is- responsible for 5,000 fields between the front The company ultimately make any prop or sew any ning the family business. land. The nests were roped shows a year including
off with signs to protect the Ringling Bros. and Barbirds and educate the public. num & Bailey Circus,
State wildlife biologistAlex Disney Live, Disney on Citrus Chest and Lung Specialists, RA. Kropp is responsible for en- Ice, Nuclear Cowboyz,
suring the birds continue nest- Monster Jam, Arenacross Dr. Stephen D. Campbell, M.D. u ac
ingalog Foria eaces. andMavel an Lus Jvie, MD.www.shednpahnsinwurace.com
Kropp said finding the largest The massive facility, are closing our practice as of 6-16-14. Auto *Home Life Business
colony in decades nesting on which opened in 2013,_______________________the ground and hatching holds two dozen monster Make arrangements to obtain records before closing I~~eY y~1U .e~l~.(II
chicks on a Volusia beach is a trucks worth up to by calling 352-637-5678. After 6/16/14 Citrus
really big deal. $300,000 each, 13 portable Memorial Health System will be custodian of ourThtswy ounegbrueu!
The Daytona Beach News- ice rinks, plus circus records. Contact Debbie Brady at Citrus Memorial at HmsaaFLCtsHil
trains and 10,000 glittery 352-344-6481 to obtain records. -- 8469W. Grover Cleveland Blvd. 1037 E. Norvell Bryant Hwy
Journal reported a couple of costumesa wit 1iru milon3262l00l5s4146 tern nests were spotted on costumes__with_1_million_352_628_1030_352_341 _4661
nearby Rattlesnake Island last sequins and rhinestones
year, but none of the eggs
survived.
New staff to treat
inmates at jail JAXn spimamen ohng
PENSACOLA- Escambia
County officials have hired a E3%IJ 4 u tm ytk v r t i g
new doctor, several nurses lfi
and two mental health agen- Gtighl meirl ie o ~tc hnct ~vv
cies to treat prisoners in the alcr tak oko h annsgs ek ako~a an
wake of a deadly gas explosion at the jail. Oe[PiNtsa aiuDzns.Cl~et clcto-1V
County Administrator Jack lcr.irc ypoi nge tSvnRvr~goilcm R
Brown said the county is investigating allegations that
prisoners experienced excessive waits for medical attention
or were given over-the-counter If you ever experience any of these symptoms,
painkillers instead of appropri- call 9 11 and get to the nearest emergency room.

The Pensacola News-Journal reported several inmates
and their family members said ..... .
prisoners sometimes waited
hours for treatment and were .mm
allegedly given an aspirin and 3
sent back to their cell.
Under the contract, nearly
three dozen additional medical staff can be brought in
and stay as long as needed.
Two inmates died and a
corrections officer was paralyzed in the April blast. Nearly
200 other people were injured .











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CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE





Inverness honors the flag

NANcY KENNEDY
Staff writer

INVERNESS The colors of the day were red, white, blue and purple at the annual Flag Day ceremony in Inverness on Saturday Citizens in patriotic colors filled the plaza and the . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...... .... parking lot area in front of the Inverness Government Center as the red, white and blue of the giant American flag atop the Tower 1 Citrus County Fire Rescue ladder truck waved in the breeze against a gray-clouded sky.
The purple was in honor of Inverness being named a Purple Heart City by the members of Aaron A. Weaver Chapter 776 Military Order of the Purple Heart (MOPH) and the Department of Florida MOPH.
The ceremony began with color guards made up of members of local military and service organizations and cadets marching to the strains of bagpipes in solemn celebration of the adoption of the stars and stripes by the Second Continental Congress as our national symbol on June 14, 1777. . .... Inverness has hosted the local annual Flag Day
event since 1997.
"Since the early days of this country's history, the symbol of the American flag represented the coun try's ideals of freedom, liberty and justice for all ... which are only achieved with commitment and sacrifice," said keynote speaker Frank DiGiovanni, Inverness city manager
He hearkened back 70 years ago to the Flag Day address given by President Franklin D. Roosevelt during World War 11 when the president urged the nation to pray
"It's been more than 70 years when those words tow.
V were first broadcast to this nation on Flag Day," he
said. "This prayer speaks to the great needs of our nation then and now May we continue to pray for help and wisdom as we face the great challenges and difficult days that will always lie ahead." The ceremony concluded with the raising of the Purple Heart flag and unveiling of a plaque desig noting Inverness as a Purple Heart City. Richard Hunt, commander of the Department of Florida Military Order of the Purple Heart, acknowledged the estimated 150 Purple Heart veterans in Citrus County and gave special recognition to the families of Aaron Weaver and Randy Billings 4, and also Stanley Lipinski, local servicemen who lost
14 their lives in the line of duty.
Visibly emotional, Mayor Bob Plaisted said, "This city locks arms with our Military Order of the Purple Heart and all our veterans in the community. We love each and every one of you." Contact Chronicle reporter Nancy Kennedy at 352-564-2927 or nkennedy@chronicleonlin e. com.
--mop- U.S. Navy veteran Joel Smoyer, from Inverness,
.... ......
holds a flag Saturday night during the annual Flag Day ceremony at the Inverness Government Center. STEPHEN E. LASKO/For the Chronicle






Father's Day resonates wi*th readers

Editor's note. We asked Chroni- be aware. heatedly in favor of my choice
cle readers to share their Father's It was his dream to have an office ... after all, his favorite fishing Father's Day in focus Day thoughts. Here is what they attached to a home in order to be buddy could do no wrong. As the History: said: close to Mother and the girls. He years passed, my husband be- 0 The first Father's Day celebration occurred on
built that home. It was such a busy, came more like a son to my father June 17, 1910, and is credited to Sonora Dodd, who We are a family of seven daugh- happy home. The girls were beau- than his own sons were. All three wantedto celebrate her widowed father (a CivilWarvetters. Our father was the nicest, most ties and were of dating age. He of us, my father, my husband and eran who independently raised her and her five siblings) gentle person in the world. He was would sit the young men down and myself, would fish together, and in the same manner that mother's were celebrated. a doctor, an obstetrician, and al- ask very politely what their inten- my father and my husband hunted 0 In 1966, the holiday was made official by Presithough he worked very hard, he al- tions were. To our amazement, he together dent Lyndon Johnson and later made permanent by
ways found the time for his wife and never scared any of them off but Before my father's death on President Richard Nixon in 1972. daughters. He loved to barbeque or seemed rather to have made a new June 16,1981, he wanted to leave his fry fish and hushpuppies with friend. deer rifle to my husband without of- Traditions around the world:
Mother and the girls. He never saw one of his daugh- fending my two brothers. He did that 0 Inthe U.S., the tradition of buying gifts for fathers is
He never turned away a patient ters marry Dr Arthur P MacVeany by leaving it to me, since I was the




A4 SUNDAY JUNE 15, 2014 Cimus CouNTY (FL) CHmoNIcLE

TdayENTERTAINMENT
HOROSCOPES HISTORY
Birthday- You will need to ride the is Sn
crest of change that is headed your Today is Sunday, June 15, the
way. Trying to fight the natural course 166th day of 2014. There are 199
of events will lead to frustration and Troops parade for days left in the year. This is Father's
disappointment. Resist the urge to parade Day.
compare today's reality with past cir- queen's birthday Today's Highlight:
cumstances, and make the best of LONDON Hundreds of On June 15, 1864, Secretary of
every situation. British soldiers War Edwin M. Stanton signed an
Gemini (May 21-June 20) If you hats and ceremonial dress order establishing a military burial
are seeking inspiration, look to nature. marched Saturday in central ground which became Arlington NaGetting away for a short trip will remind tirnaedCemetedayinnVcrginia
you of what's important as well as help London for the "Trooping the tional Cemetery in Virginia.
you appreciate what you have. Color" parade, an annual display On this date:
Cancer (June 21-July 22) -You can of pomp and pageantry that In 1215, England's King John put
use negativity as a motivator, and it marks the official birthday of Charter) at Runnymede.
could help you re-evaluate your situation. Queen Elizabeth II. In 1836 Arkansas became the
Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) Romantic The queen, who wore a pastel 2t state.
possibilities are in the air. Forming a blue outfit, rode in a vintage In 25th state.
closer bond with your special someone horse-drawn carriage with her Roosevelt signed an act making the
will lead to a greater understanding of husband Prince Philip, starting Na tin d at f te.
your mutual aspirations. from Buckingham Palace. She National Guard part of the U.S.
Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -You will thenArmy in the event of war or national be able to cross many items off your sler at Hore ua Parade.emergency. to-do list. Your heightened organiza- soldiers at Horse Guards Parade. In 1994, Israel and the Vatican
tional skills will help you achieve much "Trooping the Color" origi- Associated Press
in a short amount of time. nated from traditional prepara- Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, accompanied by Prince Philip, established full diplomatic relations.
Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) -A surprise tions for battle, when flags were waves to the crowd Saturday from the balcony of Buckingham Ten years ago: The Southern will come from an unexpected source. carried or "trooped" down the Palace during the Trooping The Colour parade in central Baptist Convention quit a global
Don't let your responsibilities weigh ranks for soldiers to see. London. federation of Baptist denominations
you down. Make an effort to have The queen turned 88 on during a meeting in Indianapolis as
some fun. April 21, her actual birth date, announced the arrival of her millions of viewers from enjoyingBaptist
Scorpio (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) Trouble Arl2,hratabihdae anonethariaofhr mlosofvwrsrmejyngWorld Alliance and other groups for
iScbrewino the home f2)Tront. Which is usually celebrated in daughter, named River Rose this year's World Cup. acetn libera theo.
take sides. This is a great time to private. The monarch tradition- Blackstock, in a Saturday post The awards were televised on Five years ago: Gen. Stanley

tackle some chores and thus avoid ally marks her birthday publicly on Twitter. the HLN cable network the past McChrystal took charge of nearly
some discord. in June. She said the baby arrived on two years. But when the Natonal 90,000 U.S. and NATO troops in
Sagittarius (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) Take Other senior royals also June 12, and she and her hus- Academy of Television Arts & Sc- Afghanistan. the time to reassess your current situa- turned out for the ceremony: band are "on cloud 9." ences and various cable outlets One year ago: Wild celebrations
tion. If you invite neighbors and friends Prince William and his father, Her rep confirmed the tweet. couldn't strike a deal, the academy broke out in Tehran and other cities for an informal get-together, you will be Prince Charles, rode on horse- The 32-year-old singer, known decided to move the show online. as reformist-backed Hassan able to share different viewpoints and back. The Duchess of Cam- for hits like "Stronger" and "Since Sotomayor drops by Rowhani capped a stunning surge
experiences, and have fun as well. bridge, William's wife Kate, rode U Been Gone," married music Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Re- in a carriage with Charles' wife manager Brandon Blackstock Clinton book signing to claim Iran's presidency.
Today's Birthdays: Former New
consider old dreams, hopes and Camilla, the Duchess of Corn- last year. ARLINGTON, Va. You York Governor Mario Cuomo is 82.
wishes. If you still feel the same pas- nvrko h'lso pa oenrMroCooi 2
sion, make the necessary adjustments wall, but left her baby boy Comic Kathy Griffin never know who'll show up at a Comedian-actor Jim Belushi is 60.
to bring those ideas to life. George at home. to host Daytime Hillary Rodham Clinton book Baseball Hall-of-Famer Wade Boggs

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) Don't A huge crowd later gathered event, is 56. Actress Helen Hunt is 51. Rock
hesitate; put your words into play and at Buckingham Palace, where Emmys online Supreme Court Justice Sonia musician Scott Rockenfield (Queentake action. It's important to make your the royal family appeared to- LOS ANGELES Kathy Sotomayor dropped by Clin- sryche) is 51. Actress Courteney Cox
intentions clear so that there are no gether on the balcony to watch a Griffin is taking her comedy on- ton's book signing at a Costco is 50. Actor-rapper Ice Cube is 45. misunderstandings down the line. ceremonial Royal Air Force line as host of the Daytime warehouse in suburban Virginia, Actress Leah Remini is 44. Actor Neil
Pisces (Feb. 20-March 20) -Your fly-over. Emmy awards as the event and surprised the former secre- Patrick Harris is 41.
talents will be put to good use if you tary of state.
support a charity or community group. Kelly Clarkson gives heads to a new home on the tayo tt.Thought for Today: "In trying to
Aries (March 21-April 19)or Your abil- bi r so gies Internet. Clinton shouted that she make something new, half the unies to shold birth to daughter The 41st annual awards will couldn't believe it. dertaking lies in discovering
ity to shoulder responsibility has not
gone unnoticed. You are much closer to NEW YORK Kelly Clark- be presented June 22 from the Sotomayor told reporters she whether it can be done. Once it has
achieving your goals than you realize, son has something to sing Beverly Hilton hotel in Beverly was "just shopping" and decided been established that it can, dupliTaurus (April 20-May 20) Don't be about: She's celebrating the birth Hills. to get a signed copy of Clinton's cation is inevitable." Helen Gagullible. Someone is probably offering of her first child. Griffin joked that her only regret new book, "Hard Choices." hagan Douglas, U.S.
you false information. The Grammy winner is that the epic evening will distract -From wire reports Representative (1900-1980).

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50 years ago, 'Freedom Summer' changed South, US

Associated Press condominium overlooking Schwerner and MissisChicago's Lincoln Park, sippi native James Chaney
HOLLY SPRINGS, Miss. the two friends reminisced had vanished while in- As a teenager growing about lessons under a tree, vestigating the burning of
up in a Jim Crow society, practice sessions for a sit- a black church.
Roy DeBerry wasn't wait- in at a segregated theater, En route to Mississippi,
ing for white folks to come taboos that prevented a the menace quickly bedown to Mississippi and white woman and black came clear to Futorian.
"save" him. But in the man from sitting next to Following a gasoline stop
summer of 1964, the fac- each other in a car in Tennessee, her car and
tory worker's son was very "I probably didn't have as its mixed-race passengers
glad to see people like much trepidation as I were chased for miles at
Aviva Futorian. should have," said Futo- high speeds. Finally, their
The young history rian, now a 76-year-old at- pursuers gave up.
teacher from the affluent torney "Because ifs hard to EN
Chicago suburbs was imagine your own death." Maybe it was because his
among hundreds of volun- Years of demonstrations grandparents had been
teers mostly Northern by determined local landowners since just after
white college students blacks, boycotts, legislative slavery days, or because his
who descended on Missis- campaigns and bloody father wasft dependent on
sippi during what came to pitched battles had not sharecropping a white
be known as "Freedom dislodged segregation. On man's land. Whatever the
Summer." They came to March 20, the Student source, DeBerry had "an
register blacks to vote, and Nonviolent Coordinating independent streak"
to establish "Freedom Committee, which had He sensed the injustice
Schools" and community been fighting for integra- Associated Press of having to climb to the
centers to help prepare tion, announced the "Mis- Aviva Futorian and Roy DeBerry sit in Futorian's Chicago apartment April 4. They have gallery at the segregated those long disenfran- sissippi Summer Project." been friends since they met 50 years ago during "Freedom Summer." Although fewer Holly Theatre. He rechised for participation in The group concluded it than one-tenth of the 17,000 black residents who attempted to registered to vote sented having to call the what they hoped would be needed a dramatic tactic during the freedom summer succeeded, the effort helped create momentum for the white kid behind the a new political order to draw national attention Voting Rights Act of 1965. counter at Tyson's Drug
Opposition was brutal. to the injustices and accomplish that. Ohio. On June 21, even be- Three young volunteers Store "sir"
Churches were bombed, putting Northern whites in Volunteers converged fore orientation ended, New Yorkers Andrew volunteers were arrested, harm's way seemed sure to for training at a college in chilling word spread: Goodman and Michael See SIXTIES/Page A7 beaten even murdered.
"There was real terror
in Mississippi," DeBerry
said during a recent visit Pi
to his hometown, Holly
Springs. Faux Wood
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Zona Mathew Obituaries Alex Jango, 68 John Kerry, 73
Bahler, 59 Gilbert, 26 LECANTO INVERNESS
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April 23, 2014. T ENNESS EE Harper, 22 Lecanto, Florida, passed of Inverness, Florida, died
tA cerom o 4e p Mathew Roy Gilbert, 26, away June 11, 2014, at his Saturday, June 14, 2014, at
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Alice C. Cook, 86, of Sanders Heights, Stumpknockers on the Jango,Alex
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Shrine of North America, Larry Van Etten Jr.; daugh- Keepers and his daughter Charlinda and Tina He is survived by his in the next day's New Port Richey; and was ters, Matalynn Gilbert and cared for Donald during Harper; stepbrothers and wife, Eileen M. Jango; sev- edition. a volunteer at Hospice of Braylynn Gilbert; sister, his time of transition to his sisters, Jim Goin, Allison eral cousins; and many Citrus County Nina (Thomas) Gilbert eternal life. Goin, Jonathon Goin and friends. Obituaries must be
She is survived by two Polk; grandmother, Dora Donald served in the Ashley Enez; and many ex- Visitation will be from verified with the sons, Donald Cook of VanEtten; grandfather, Marines and was a retired tended family 6to 8p.m. Tuesday, June 17, funeral home or
Castalian Springs, Ten- Larry Van Etten Sr.; and printer from Elk Grove Vil- Funeral services will be at the Brown Funeral society in charge of nessee, and Dane Cook of nieces and nephews, Alli- lage, Illinois. held at 10 a.m. Saturday, Home in Lecanto, Florida. arrangements.
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/ romPageA6 nullified portions of the Voting
SIX TIES If it hadn't been for the veterans Rights Act, voter identification
laws, "stand-your-ground" laws.
Continued from PageA5 of Freedom Summer, there would be The country, she says, is "moving

"No one needed to teach you no Barack Obama. backward." MEN
LeVerne that," the 66-year-old DeBerry John Lewis Back in Chicago, Futorian and
Lee, 81 said. "It was just something that Georgia congressman. DeBerry chat about that swelterINVERNESS was in your DNA." ing season 50 years ago and the
So when a Freedom School They were well aware of the resistance to integration began legacy they share.
The Lord, through a veil opened in an unassuming white- risks they were taking even be- fading in the state. Congress If not for Freedom Summer, of tears, has taken my love frame building, DeBerry found fore Aug. 4, when searchers dug passed the 1964 Civil Rights Act, DeBerry says he probably would home. LeVerneJ. Lee, 81, of his way there. the bodies of the three missing which became law July 2. have left Mississippi permaInverness, Florida, died When Futorian who'd teach civil rights workers from an And though fewer than one- nently Instead, he returned and
June 10, 2014, in Tampa. at two Freedom Schools that earthen dam. tenth of the 17,000 black residents worked in higher education and
LeVerne was born summer met with a group of Freedom Summer was lurch- who attempted to register suc- government.
March 25, 1933, in Westby, black teenage boys, she asked ing toward a bitter close. ceeded, the effort helped create Mississippi led Futorian to a
Wisconsin, the son of Lyder them who were the richest blacks UEN momentum for the Voting Rights legal career, focusing in recent
and Josie Lee. He was a in town, how they earned their By fall, most of the Northern Act of 1965. decades on death row inmates
U.S. Army veteran and living, were they involved in the volunteers had returned home. Some believe this activism and a successful campaign to
graduate of the University civil rights movement and if not, Aviva Futorian remained. planted the seeds for history- abolish capital punishment in of Wisconsin. LeVerne re- why not? She worked as a field organizer making events generations later Illinois.
tired from Ford Motor Com- "Roy was the only one who for SNCC and held a college "If it hadn't been for the veterans Following a 1995 SNCC repany where he worked in knew the answers," she recalls. preparatory study group for a few of Freedom Summer, there would union in Holly Springs, the forthe finance dept He moved DeBerry says this was his first particularly promising students, be no Barack Obama," longtime mer teacher and student began to Inverness in 1994 from interaction with a white person including DeBerry Georgia congressman John collecting oral histories of those
Troy, Michigan. He was a "on a social level." She returned to Chicago after a Lewis, then a coordinator for who'd lived under Jim Crow in
member of Good Shepherd Through donated books, Futo- year and a half, and decided to SNCC, wrote in a memoir two Mississippi counties. In 2004,
Lutheran Church in Her- rian introduced him to James pursue justice as a lawyer Rita Bender, Michael Schw- they formally launched the Hill
nando. He valued family Baldwin, Ralph Ellison, Richard With her help, DeBerry was ac- erner's widow, is less optimistic. Country Project, which has since and his Christian faith Wright and other "subversive" cepted at her alma mater Bran- She says a refusal by some to grown to include education supabove all else. Verne loved black authors. They shared sand- deis University He helped found recognize past inequities is partly port and economic development. to golf, play Bridge and at- wiches at Modena's Cafe in the a black student association there. to blame for today's social ills. Through all the change over tend the theater "colored" section of town. They That summer brought the be- Now an attorney in Seattle, she's the last five decades, there has
He is survived by his worked on voter registration ginnings of change in Mississippi dismayed at recent developments been one constant for DeBerry wife of 51 years, Joyce Lee though separately and beyond. Systematic a Supreme Court decision that and Futorian their friendship.
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anybody who has to wait."
A D TAccording to the VA We're eingtwo Veterans health care probe
Continaudet trmP A i he paetrait ties w rsapevou A Department of Veterans Affairs inspector general found
foriue trmPpA ihe aetiines ie s ed-, and the prvosscheduling practices at Phoenix-area VA health facilities kept for he GinesilleMed-veterans off of waiting lists and at risk of being forgotten. by expanding providers, ical Center in primary, population for mental Some of the investigation's findings:
physician recruitment and specialist and mental helh asic aed s
incentives, cares do meet the 14-day hat hsinr se asPatients seeking primary care appointments who were...
"We've expanded dlin- appointment goal after the well. The demand on On an electronic waiting list
ics, expanded times, we're referral date.________________open Saturdays," Wis- With more than 125,000 the system is there. I
nieski said. "We've in- veterans enrolled at Mal- Not on an electronic waiting list
creased salaries for com Randall, both clinical Thomas Wisnieski ________________primary care physicians, and administrative staff director of the INFL/SGA Veterans Health System.
added incentives such as are trying to meet the
employee debt reduction overwhelming demand for America -nonaffiliated a total of $100,000,000 to The inspector general sampled 226 veterans' appointments and compared for student loans, and ex- services, with the VA-noticed sim- non-VA health facilities, them with data reported by the Phoenix health care system:
panded recruitment that "We're exiting two wars, ilarities between the VA and is expecting an addi- Report by Phoenix *Findings of inspector have difficulties in and the previous popula- health system and non-vet- tional $25,000,000 in the health care system general probe recruitment." tion for mental health has eran health care providers, upcoming year Aeaewi iefrfrtpiaycr ii
Dr Bradley Bender, increased as well. The de- "You can go to your local "We do utilize non-VA Aeaewi iefrfrtpiaycr ii chief of staff for the mand on the system is doctor here, and unless care for things that we 24 days
NFL/SGA VA Health Sys- there. It's something that you're really in a bad don't have capacity for, _____________________tem, emphasized we've been aware place, to get surgery in which are available in a
these wait times of and have been your local hospital could more timely care in the Percentage of patients waiting more than 14 days for first visit
are based on the working on," Wis- take 30 days," Barry said. community," Wisnieski
priority of veteran nieski said. Congress has also taken said. "Someone who expe-43
needs. Bender agrees notice of this lack of med- riences chest pains can be ___________________"There's a myr- with the lack of ical care services, referenced to the commuiad of where the clinical supply" Following a unanimous nity hospital, and if they SOURCE: Department of Veterans Affairs Inspector General's Office AP
clinical needs are for veterans. bill passed Tuesday in the are eligible we pay for
assessed, and the "There's more House, the Senate passed that."
patients who need Dr. Bradley deadfr serv- a bill Wednesday, which Both administrative and
to be seen urgently Bender ices than there are would provide $35 billion clinical staff still view the ies, and brain injury stud- of trust between the are seen first. If chief of staff. doctors to do it. We over three years to fund NFL/SGA VA Health Sys- ies. ... Things would be lost provider and patient. someone is experi- meet with veterans non-VA health care tem as beneficial to veter- if the VA was taken apart," "We talk about integrity
encing chest pains, they're groups a lot, and we hear providers, while also hir- ans in regards to both Bender said. "Out of the within are services, and seen that day In the men- overwhelmingly positive ing more doctors and leas- medical and research 125,000 veterans we serve that we don't cook the tal sector, if someone is things from veterans," ing new health facilities, capabilities, a year, there are a few that books. ... It's the trust the
suicidal, they're seen that Bender said. "(Veterans) according to Associated "The vast majority of it we have been unable to veterans have within their day," Bender said. "Some do say it's hard to get in, Press reports. is working very well. The satisfy, but it's not from the health care system that
people have these percep- but once they get in they Before the passing of VA does more than just pa- lack of trying." matters, and we're going to tions that veterans with se- can see that it's good." this congressional legisla- tient care. We spend Wisnieski wants veter- demonstrate our effectiverious medical problems Bob Barry, one director tion, the NFL/SGA VA $15 million a year in re- ans to understand that ness one veteran at a are waiting. I don't belittle of the Vietnam Veterans of Health System had funded search studies, rehab stud- there will always be a level time," Wisnieski said.


cess care for veterans.
"The one thing I've no- COUNTY SERVICE OFFICER COUNTY Back in the beginning days, ticed more is the support 0 Sam ino
Continued from Page Al they gave (the Lecanto clinic) of the veterans because of 0Ctu onyVtrn evc
the media and the news," 280 Citrus Kigto Count eeasSrtc about the clinic's unoffi- a couple of primary care doctors, Gilmer said, "We've had 2804W.o Mar Kn4 honCort
ciltil.some support staff, and the veterans ... explaining how
Estalised y te V satisfied they are here, 0 Phone: 352-527-5915
2005, Lecanto's VA CBOC veterans started rligin. and that we shouldn't pay 0 Office Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
provides primary, mental rligtoo much attention on Monday through Friday
and telemedicine care to We've grown at about a thousand what's going on, but
their enrolled veterans. if pe erwe have been paying______________________patients require more veterans pe erfor the last attention."Pe r
services, their primary seven years. Both the Ocala VA CBOC
care physician schedules and the Outpatient Clinic A eia e r
an appointment with a Dai imr in The Villages, located in
multiservice VA clinic or Dai imr Marion County, were alsoPe d n
medical center, within the medical administration officer for the VA CBOC in Lecanto. denied further review The Only Pearl Grown
targeted range of 14 days "Once veterans are in i S TneseRvr
since the referral. directors with the Vietnam appointment schedules, primary care, and once i S TneseRvr
Mor tan5,00 etr-Veterans of America -es- eliciting a backlog of more our staff takes care of
anse wtha the 0 L eteVA sentially a watchdog group than 57,000 newly enrolled those vets, we're there to S E I L
CBnC iit mLtevceV for veterans accessing and veterans and almost 64,000 help them and to consult
VA health sites, such as the using VA care -ap- established patients wait- them," Gilmer said. "It GEM S
VA BO inOcla heplauded the VA CBOC in ing longer than 90 days for goes beyond health care."
Outaten Cini i' heLecanto for their services, an appointment. 600 SE Hwy. 19, Crystal River *795-5900
Vuaiet a n c the Mahco "I go specifically looking More than 3,772 interRanllean VA Malcen- for trouble ... the Lecanto views were conducted by
terin ainsvile.clinic is doing an ad- auditors of clinical and adTheopeingof mirable job," Barry said. ministrative staff at VA
lcl"They are right on top of Medical Centers, Outpacommunity VA clinics in it" in.liis ndCmu
theealy'9s asa a- However, some VA nity Based Outpatient tional initiative to provide health services providers Clinics, according to the veterans with more access didn't escape scrutiny audit.
to cre.As a response to veter- The FBI has also
"The only VA health ans reporting long wait opened a criminal investicare providers were med- times for medical care gation on the VAs findings ical centers," Gilmer said from their VA prvier fo tesadis prior to the opening Of Out- nationwide, the VA di- 'As an event that happatient clinics, "Back in rected the Veterans Health pened out there, and as an the beginning days, they Administration -VHA -ongoing investigation, our gave (the Lecanto clinic) a to conduct an Access Audit staff is very aware, and the couple of primary care on May 15 through June 3. VA is being very transpardoctors, some support According to the audit ent with us," Gilmer said staff, and the veterans on a reported 731 VA about the mood regardingIS started rolling in. ... We've health care providers re- the Lecanto clinic in the grown at about a thousand leased Monday, the VA wake of the VA audit. veterans per year for the documented that many VA Lecanto's VA CBOC is S*-SS 4last seven years." health care providers fal- utilizing the audit as a re- ; *
Bob Barry, one of nine sified patient records and minder to enforce their ac-




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Nation BRIEFS

Obama says climate Rally against gun violence next three years to the $44 billion Hermes handbag expert Matthew
change deniers the government now spends annu- Rubinger and two associates to
ignrig sieceally on medical care for veterans, break their contracts with Heritage.
ignoingscinceBoth the Senate bill and a House A Christie's spokeswoman said
ANAHEIM, Calif. President C1version also passed this past week the suit was "without merit."
Barack Obama said denying climate would dramatically expand The suit offers a peek at the rarchane is liee ain he mnissacllI W G7 government-paid health care. They efied world of Manhattan auction
moadeio o cheese, a mn he iS tu C cal would require the Department of houses like Christie's and Sotheby's.
toactins g lbale watevrmig tof aur Veterans Affairs to pay private Hidden Cash craze hits
day'sfradute ovthe. Uiesiyo providers to treat qualifying veterans Central Park
C bm sue h alfornia, Irvine. who can't get prompt appointments
Obam isuedthecal totheten ofat the VA's nearly 1,000 hospitals NEW YORK Dozens of New
thouandsgathred t~ngl Stdiumand outpatient clinics or who live at Yorkers are finding $50 bills hde
even though he said Congress "is full Yleast 40 miles from one of them. by a California real estate investor
of folks who stubbornly and automati- Once the program was fully in who announces his cash drops on
cally reject the scientific evidence" and k14 11place, the budget office said it ex- Twitter.
say climate change is a hoax or fad. pected that veterans "would ulti- The Twitter account Hidden Cash
Obama said others duck the mately seek additional care that said money would be left in Central
question. 'Hy ok oawould cost the federal government Park and Brooklyn's Prospect Park
scintst'An Il trnsat tht orAssociated Pesabout $50 billion a year" double on Saturday.
scintst' ndI'l rasltetht or Diana Rodriguez, of Staten Island, holds a framed image of her current spending. The same Twitter account diyou: what that really means is, 'I daughter Samantha Guzman, who was a victim of gun violence, on Suit: Christie's rected people last week to enknow that manmade climate change Saudydrn al usd iyhl nNwYr.Dmntaosvelopes with $50 and $100 inside
really is happening but if I admit it, I'll were calling for tougher gun control laws. The protest was poached expert on them in San Francisco and 36 cashbe run out of town by a radical fringe underwritten by former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, one of luxury handbags filled Angry Birds orbs in Hermosa
that thinks climate science is a lib- the most visible gun control advocates in the U.S., and included NEWYORK One elite auction Beach, California.
eral plot,"' he said. relatives of some of those slain in the 2012 shooting rampage at hueisinaotrfrhigawy Bay Area real estate investor
Obama's address to about 8,000 Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. mouees its satrff, iing awepey Jason Buzi went public as Hidden
graduates from the Orange County m eso htsaffnldna. per Cash in a CNN interview.
campus comes two weeks after he onhigh-end FrenchhadgsNeYokraefiinte
announced a contentious plan to Senate bill doubles thousands seeking medical care at Heritage Auctions sued Christie's In- Nem o ers a refindtinghts them
dramatically cut pollution from power spnigon veterans' VA hospitals and clinics, according temnational for $0 million on Friday selves with their finds.
plants. Obama also used the ad- spnigto congressional budget experts. Heritage is a Texas-based com- mnyadtetn htso hm
destanonea$1 billion coin- health care Analyzing a bill the Senate pany that specializes in auctioning Hidden Cash retweets the smiling
petitive fund for communities who WASHINGTON Spending on passed overwhelmingly last expensive accessories.phts
have experienced natural disasters veterans' health care could double in Wednesday, the Congressional The suit was filed in Manhattan The New York envelopes each conto rebuild and prepare for the impact three years under the Senate's solu- Budget Office estimates the meas- Supreme Court. It charges that the tain a $50 bill and a silver half-dollar. of extreme weather. tion to the Iong waits experienced by ure would add $35 billion over the more famous Christie's persuaded -From wire reports






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World BRIEFS
Iraqis flock to action is required to protect Boat-burning festival Netanyahu again blamed the They are looking for evidence
volunteer to fight American lives, citizens and Palestinian Authority for the of what he has portrayed as
interests in Iraq. Thursday night disappear- abusive force-feeding, akin to
insurgents Accompanying the carrier.... ance of the teens. Palestinian torture during a hunger strike.
BAGHDAD Hundreds of will be the guided-missile officials said they are assist- U.S. District Court Judge
young Iraqi men gripped by cruiser USS Philippine Sea ing Israeli forces, who pored Gladys Kessler has ordered
religious and nationalistic fer- and the guided-missile de- over surveillance footage Sat- the military to turn over 34
vor streamed into volunteer stroyer USS Truxtun. The urday and arrested more than videos of Dhiab being recenters across Baghdad Sat- ships are expected to com- a dozen Palestinians. moved from his cell and fed.
urday, answering a call by the plete their move into the Gulf There have been at least She has scheduled a hearing
country's top Shiite cleric to later Saturday. three claims of responsibility for Wednesday to discuss the
join the fight against Sunni The ships carry Tomahawk for the abduction, though status of the case.
militants advancing in the missiles, which could reach none would be immediately
north. Iraq. The Bush is carrying eiItaly saves over
Volunteers from across fighter jets that could also verified. 300 migrants at
Baghdad were ferried in easily get to Iraq, where a N.
buses to a base in the eastern fast-moving Islamic insur- s ; 10 ie
part of the city for training. In gency is gaining territory. Associated Press hunger strike guard and navy have rescued
Some centers, dozens of Ukraine: 49 dead A chinese worshipper prays Saturday as a wooden boat is GUANTANAMO BAY more than 300 migrants whose
them climbed onto the back of burned during the festival of "Bakar Tongkang" or "boat NAVAL BASE, Cuba The boats ran into trouble in the
army trucks, chanting Shiite as rebels down burning" in Bagansiapiapi on Sumatra island, Indonesia.
slogans and hoisting assault military plane The festival is held annually by the town's Chinese- U.S. military insists it employs Mediterranean Sea and recovdescent population to commemorate the first arrival of only humane methods to ered the bodies of 10 migrants rifles. NOVOHANNIVKA, Ukraine their ancestors at the town about two hundred years ago keep hunger-striking prison- whose dinghy had overturned.
Hagel orders ships Pro-Russia separatists and as an expression of hope for a safe and prosperous ers alive at Guantanamo. Naval official Salvatore Scito Persian Gulf shot down a Ukrainian military future. That assertion is under new mone said 39 survivors on
transport plane Saturday, scrutiny this weekend due to Saturday had grabbed onto
WASHINGTON Defense killing all 49 crew and troops a judicial order. the dinghy until rescuers
Secretary Chuck Hagel has aboard in a bloody escalation Terror group took disappeared in the West Attorneys for a Syrian pris- plucked them to safety aboard
ordered an aircraft carrier of the conflict in the country's three missing teens Bank, Israel's prime minister oner have begun studying another boat. He said he the Norfolk, Virginia-based restive east. said Saturday, as soldiers hours of video showing him feared that an undetermined
USS George H.W. Bush -to It was a bitter setback for the JERUSALEM -A terror searched the territory to find being removed from his cell, number of others were missmove from the northern Ara- Ukrainian forces, which have group abducted three teens, them. placed in a restraint chair and ing in the sea north of Libya.
bian Sea to the Persian Gulf struggled to suppress an armed including an American, who Prime Minister Benjamin fed through a tube. -From wire reports
as President Barack Obama insurgency by foes of the new
considers possible military op- government. And it came only a
tons for Iraq. week after Ukraine's new presi- (jL
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as the VA changed? loan reinforced my view that The staff and volunteers or The Villages for specialists or more
Spending a day at the old VA government services for veter- were suspiciously friendly complex care. There is even a secure
hospital in Miami back in the'70s ans were a failure to be They explained everything, website for communicating with your
cured me of wanting to use Veterans Ad- avoided. what health care I was proba- medical team.
ministration health care. Eventually, the Veterans Ad- q!P19 bly eligible for and how it As national news continues to focus on
The smells, d6cor and staff were un- ministration became the De- .. I
IM4 would come about. Of course, problems with the VA health care system,
comfortable reminders of the military partment of Veterans Affairs. it required paperwork and at specific facilities including Gainesmindset I was to trying to forget. And about the time, the adverse proof of military service. ville, it doesyft seem to resonate locally
That experience, plus having previ- effects of Agent Orange on I learned I should have an From the outset, I was told the VA hosously battled the VA bureaucracy for ed- many who served in Vietnam Agent Orange exam and other pital in Gainesville was running months
ucation benefits, taught me to value the were being acknowledged, the Pat Faherty tests, since I had served at a behind. But that didyft sound unreasonagency about as much as the IRS. nation was off to another war GUEST base eventually identified as a able given the number of aging veterans
As some vets will remember, the flood and the next generation of vet- COLUMN toxic waste site. in North Central Florida.
of us returning from Vietnam armed with erans. They would have their And as the Lecanto staff had I was also told the VA in Atlanta would
the promise of education benefits plus own special needs. predicted, the process started have to verify my records and certify my
medical and mental health issues over- Over the decades, it was just easier not quickly There was lab work a doctor visit eligibility. whelmed VA capacity. to be a "veterarf' and the VA proved easy and various follow-ups. It is much like So I began to admit, maybe the VA has
And we wererft very popular Colleges to ignore. It wasn't until two years ago, any other local medical facility: clean really changed, actually becoming reand universities were not real patient when my doctor suggested I consider VA and modern with a courteous, profes- sponsive to the various needs of a diverse when you couldrft pay tuition on time health care that I gave the VA any sional staff. But there is also respect and population of veterans. the reason I'm not a Gator thought. Of course, I didyft follow empathy Then last week I got a familiar letter
Also back then, possibly as a bureau- through. In my case about four visits later from the Department of Veterans Affairs;
cratic defense mechanism, it seemed any But in April, a notice in the Chronicle everything seemed to run on time. Ap- "We are unable to complete processing of request for VA services brought a canned caught my eye. The VA Outpatient Clinic pointments for different services were your application..." reply in a letter, "We are unable to com- in Lecanto was holding an enrollment scheduled back to back and there was plete processing of your application ...... open house. I went mostly out of curios- someone to answer my questions. It was a guaranteed delay or denial. ity, having no idea what services were A lot of the medical work is done on Pat Fahertjis a staff writer for the A later bad experience with a VA home available. site, with referrals to Gainesville, Ocala Citrus Countv Chronicle.


VETERANS
RECEIVING CARE
Number of veterans
who receive care
0 1,520,563 veterans in
Florida.
0 26,022 veterans in -FRIO,
Citrus County.
0 7,200 veterans
enrolled at the
Lecanto VA
Community Based Outpatient Clinic.
0 30,000 veterans visit
the Lecanto VA CBOC P1
to
annually for treatment.
0 Over 10 000 veterans
enrolled annually at the Ocala VA CBOC.
0 50,000 veterans visit
the Ocala VA CBOC "NAl
annually for treatment.
0 Over 15 000 veterans
enrolled annually
at The Villages
Outpatient Clinic.
0 Over 110,000
veterans visit The
Villages OPC annually
for treatment.
Source: Department of L
Veteran Affairs Chronicle
GAINESVILLE Two shuttles buses run almost every day, departing from Citrus County's Veterans Services Office to other VA medical sites, such as
VA AUDIT the Malcom Randall Medical Center in Gainesville. The vans were supplied by the local Disabled American Veterans chapter.
Audit on the Malcom
Randall Medical
Center, Gainesville Veterans utilize shuttles to Gainesville
(October 2013 to
May 15, 2014) BuSTER THOMPSON Drivers applying must go through a physi0 159,261 total Correspondent CITRUS COUNTY TRANSIT cal screening in Gainesville prior to
appointments 0 To reserve a bus spot with Citrus acceptance.
scheduled, including LECANTO County Transit, call 352-527-7630. The two shuttles run almost every day,
new and established itrus County veterans are getting 0 For information about regular shut- departing from the VSO.
patients. more assistance with travel to VA tles, visit the Citrus County Veterans Since the two shuttles arerft wheel0 138,670 of total health service sites with the help Services Office, or call 352-527-5915. chair accessible, the Citrus County TranC of shuttles and county buses. sit runs busses from pick-up locations
appointments More than 5,000 veterans are refer- across the county on the first Wednesday
scheduled between enced from the Lecanto VA Community Dininno, county veteran service officer and third Thursday monthly for veterans
0- 14 days of primary Based Outpatient Clinic to other VA med- for the Citrus VSO, "Anytime a veteran utilizing a wheelchair Reservations must
care referral. ical sites annually, such as the Malcom has an appointment, they are encouraged be made two business days in advance.
0 18,590 of total Randall Medical Center in Gainesville. to call right away" David Gilmer, medical administration
appointments The Citrus County's Veterans Services These shuttles have transported more officer for the VA CBOC in Lecanto, sees
scheduled between Office, which is accredited by the VA to than 540 veterans in the past year to the shuttles as yet another benefit for vet15-90 days of assist veterans with filing claims, has also Gainesville, and the Outpatient Clinic in erans unable to travel on their own.
primary care referral. been overseeing transportation services The Villages. "The Citrus County shuttle is an excelSource: Department of for veterans who have difficulty traveling The two available vans were purchased lentresource ... we'll help veterans get in
Veteran Affairs long distances for their scheduled by the local Disabled American Veterans touch with the clinics up in Gainesville in appointment chapter with raised funds and depart order to schedule a shuttle date," Gilmer
CITRUS COUNTY "There's areas that we help," said Sam from the VSO almost every single day said.
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6 Moves up and down 110 Put up with 23 School subject 117 Greek letter 135 Doctrine 148 Warhol or Garcia
10 Frighten 111 Vigor 30 Compass pt. 119 Trumpet 136 Burn with steam 150 Cup handle
15 Give up willingly 114 Place for a 32 Allow 120 Armistice 137 "-, poor Yorick!" 152 Knight's title
20 Scoundrel horseshoe 34 Narrow tract of land 122 Old English length 138 Lo-cal 154 Pair
21 Touch on 116 Long river 36 English college 124 Make peevish 139 Frame of mind 156 Chicken- king
22 Muggy 118 Argon is one 37 Saharan 125 Sensation 140 Boleyn or Baxter
23 Human being 119 Listen to 38 High card 126 Rugby team 142 Bedouin
24 Wine quality 120 Step 40 -and yang 129 School org. 143 1,760 yards
25 bean 121 Engage in a debate 41 "For Pete's -!" 130 Feather scarf 145 Vend
26 Cancel 123 Idea 42 Cassini the Puzzle answer is on Page A19.
27 Bassett or Merkel 125 Frothy stuff designer
28 Hankering 126 Something 43 Margarine 1 2 7 9 Io 11 2 13 14 15 1s 1 1a 1o
29 For fear that laughable 44 Long tooth
31 Merriment 127 Mother-of- 46 Garment border 20
33 Grow together 128 Rend 47 Sour
35 Portent 129 Saucy 49 Show of respect 24 -2 -2
36 Volcano in Sicily 130 Quarrel 50 For gentlemen only
37 Meeting plan 131 Caustic substance 51 Cogito sum 28 29 ,0 31 32 3 3 3
39 Bashful 133 Newborn feline 52 Requirement 1
41 Make less painful 136 Gentle 54 Show's end
44 Worry 137 mater 55 Visits
45 Confabulation 141 Cheese variety 56 Analyze 1 2 43 44 45 a 5 1 52
48 "Doll's House" play- 144 Genuine grammatically
wright 145 Get out! 59 Suitable 1
53 Metal mixture 146 Depot (Abbr.) 60 Food fish
54 Equitable 149 Richie or Barrymore 62 Religious picture a os 5 2a
55 Lecture 151 Gone up 65 Profligate one
57 Dame de Paris 153 Thought 66 Reeked 64 "" o
58 Sharp 155 Consumed 67 Go down
59 Discover 157 Lacking a key, musi- 69 Kitchen appliance .
60 Kind of lion cally 71 Tricked
61 Role in "La Boh~me" 158 Dress shape (Hyph.) 72 Time of year .1 c s'
63 Conduct 159 Invalid 73 Smart
64 The self 160 Antelope 75 Instruct
65 Building part 161 Passover meal 76 Prevent access to
66 Pottery fragment (var.) 162 Cap 77 Poem 1 1 ll
68 Tube 163 Aurum 78 The Silver State
70 Mars or Jupiter, e.g. 164 Dapper (Abbr.)
71 processing 80 Lummox 1o4 1 1 1 10B 1C9 110 111 112 113
72 Collects DOWN 82 Bring to a close
74 Chimney dirt 1 Become worn 84 Punch ingredient n 115 ii3 -i
76 Something extra 2 Learning 85 United
79 Went at an easy gait 3 Dramatic conflict 86 Armed conflict 2 4 2
81 Punta del 4 Amount 90 Think well of
83 Thin 5 Robust 93 Black 12: 1 2 129l13c
87 Skilled 6 Light wood 95 Slow, in music
88 Nobleman 7 News item, for short 96 Prejudice .o .35
89 Motion picture 8 Vagrant 99 Made impure
91 Steam bath 9 Walk with difficulty 101 Campus VIP 13; 138 3~ 1C 141 142 4 146 14 14 149
92 Treat with respect 10 Gloss 103 Owned
94 the bill 11 Remedied 104 Fellow 4 isc 1151 152 5s 154 15 158
96 Flexes 12 "I - Camera" 105 Had on
97 Stopwatch 13 Hazard 106 Ancient garment -; -i 1-,s- /-0
98 Obligation 14 Perfect place 108 Floating ice mass
100 Most important 15 Hit the jackpot 110 Pummel we 162 l
102 In that case 16 Jason's ship 111 Public garden
104 100 bs. 17 Single thing 112 homo!




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Gearheads, gawkers drawn to museum sinkole


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BOWLING GREEN, Ky For years, just enough hardcore classic car lovers and curious travelers wandered through the National Corvette Museum in Kentucky to keep '
the doors open. Now, I'
after a massive sinkhole swallowed eight pristine models of vintage muscle, attendance has skyrocketed.
And visitors are as eager to peer into the chasm as they are to see the 'Vettes, if not more so. ....
"The response to this has been bigger than anyone could have ever imagined," said Katie Frassinelli, a spokeswoman for the museum that sits just off Interstate 65 in Bowling Green. "On the one hand, we don't want to be known as the sinkhole museum. But on the other hand, it's bringing a lot of people that may not have otherwise come."
When the earth opened up in February stunned museum officials first saw it as a devastating setback as they assessed the wreckage to the cars and building. The eight damaged cars -carrying a total value believed to exceed $1 million -toppled like toys amid rocks, concrete and dirt. But in the months since, business has shifted into over-drive, a welcome development for an attraction that struggled years 7
ago to stay afloat. Since reopening after a one-day closure, attendance is up nearly 50 percent from the same period a year ago; previously, the museum averaged about 150,000 visitors a year Signups for museum memberships also are rising fast. The merchandising has started, with Associated Press
sinkhole-related shirts, Visitors to the National Corvette Museum in Bowling If yo 'r re d to qui tobacco
post cards and prints sold Green, Kentucky, look down June 31 at a massive at the gift shop. sinkhole that swallowed eight classic Corvettes.
Museum officials say Attendance at the museum has increased since the it's shaping up as the sinkhole opened in February.H e p i FRE
biggest prolonged surge in the attraction's nearlyben 20-year history, much of it Classes b igheld on:
because of the giant hole L I 1' A A0-2P
and damaged cars ex- Saturday, June 21, 2014 40 12P
humed from the abyss. at Homosassa Library
"We would not have even stopped had it not Saturday, Juy 9 2014 2:30-4:30 PM and
been for the hole," said Jl 7
Luke Smith of Lima, Saturday, August 23, 2014 4, 2:30-4:30 PM
Ohio, who visited with his At Lakes Rgo irr
family after touring R go ~rr
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National Park. 9 FREE Nicotine Rpae ntPatches, Gum andLoegs
The museum is situated 9 FREE Community, worksite, and clinic groups offered
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Nashville, Tennessee, andsupislsadfmiclyproite less than two hours south I Whlaupisls ndi eioapo
Admission is $10 for FOiOtd y rgse
adults, $5 for children National Corvette Museum Executive Director Wendell c 813.929.1000 IQui wIihAHEC.
ages 6 to 16, with free Strode stands near a damaged 2001 Corvette in IQ0 twih AHEC sithe hn-person option of Tobacco Free Fordc's 3 Free & Easy Ways to Quit
entry for youngsters 5 and Bowling Green, Kentucky. The museum is showing under eight Corvettes that fell into a sinkhole that opened up -




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Warmth for homeless vets

VETERANS NOTES -"%

Post Father's Day breakfast
VFW Post 8189 will host a Father's Day breakfast from 9 to 11 a.m. today, June 15, at the post, 8856 W Veterans Drive, Homosassa.
The breakfast is free to VFW members who are also fathers. All others pay $5. Proceeds go to support the Old Homosassa Veterans Memorial.
For information, call 352-628-2643.

Post 166 set to instaH officers
American Legion Post 166 is proud to announce that they will install their officers at its regular membership meeting at
7 p.m. on Tuesday, June 17, at the Fraternal Order of Eagles located at 5340 W Grover Cleveland Blvd. in Homosassa. All veterans and the public are invited to attend this installation of officers. There is a dinner from 6 to 7 p.m. served by the 0,
Eagles. The cost is between $6 and $10, depending on what is served. For more information, call 352-419-8819.

VFW to serve beef stroganoff
VFW Post 4864 in Citrus Springs is serving a beef stroganoff dinner by Sammy from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Friday, June 20. Adults are $8 and children younger than 6 eat for $4. We also have bingo on Monday at 12:30 p.m., darts on Tuesday at 1 p.m. and darts on Thursday at 6 p.m. We also have shuffleboard on Wednesday and Saturday nights.
For information, call 352-465-4864.

Fish on menu at Legion
Blanton-Thompson American Legion Auxiliary Unit 155, Crystal River, will be serving a fish dinner from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Friday, June 20, at the post home, 6585 W Gulf-to-Lake Highway, Crystal River Everyone is welcome to come and enjoy 4.,
a delicious dinner with friends and families for a $7 donation. All profits from the dinner will go to support the many programs of the American Legion Auxiliary For additional information, contact Unit President Marie Pink, 352-563-5451.

Come eat roast chicken
The public is welcome to join the VFW Post 4337 family for a roasted chicken breast dinner from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, June 2 1.
Dinner is $7. Music by Debbie G is from
6 to 9 p.m. Call 352-344-3495, or visit wwwvfw4337.org, for information about all post events.
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Veterans'breakfast on tap
Inverness Elks Lodge 2522 announces its next veterans' breakfast will be from
8 to 11 a.m. Sunday, June 22. They will serve eggs to order, bacon, sausage, omelets, pancakes, tea and coffee. All veterans and active-duty personnel, eat for free. Donations are accepted for other guests. Special to the Chronicle
For more information, call the lodge at Lucy Godfrey, commander of the new DAV Auxiliary 158 Crystal River, shows one of the mats made from recycled and 352-726-2027. reused plastic bags. Their purpose is to keep homeless veterans warm in the winter, as mats to go under sleeping bags.
Crystal River Mail, where DAV No. 158 and the DAVA meet, is collecting plastic bags for this purpose. Containers are Rolling Thunder sets tourney placed in the mail food court and the DAV No. 158 office and all donations are appreciated.
Rolling Thunder Florida Chapter 7 invites all golfers to its annual Independence Day Golf Tournament on Saturday, Busv W orld W ar 11 vet




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VETERANS NOTES

Male descendants from 9 a m. to 1 p.m. Activities benefits and provide informainclude bar bingo on Tuesday tion about benefits.
sought for group IN SERVICE from 2 to 4 p.m. and Show Me The monthly schedule is:
the Hand at 2 p.m. Thursday 0 First Wednesday -Lakes
The American Legion Post Dance music is on tap every Region Library, 1511 Druid
166 of Homosassa Springs is Friday and bingo is played in Road, Inverness.
seeingallmae dscedansthe hall Saturday 0ESecond Wednesday
adoedn anaedsesons Friday features an all-you- Homosassa Library 4100 S.
membtersofs athepricns Le-f can-eat fish fry or New England Grandmarch Ave., Homosassa.
gion and such male descen- boiled dinner 0 Third Wednesday
dants of veterans who died in For more information and Coastal Regional Library, 8619
the service to their country dur- menus, call the post at 352-726- W Crystal St., Crystal River
ing times of war lo,3339, email vfw4252@tampa Hours are 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. To
Such men in the Chassahow- ~. ~ Ibay rr. com and Google VFW make an appointment, call 352itzka, Homosassa, Homosassa 4252, Hernando. 527-5915.
Springs and the Sugarmill
Woods area who are interested DAV helps veterans Memorial honors vets
in becoming members of the
Sons of the American Legiongetocicsn m sa a
are needed. There is no form or The DAV transportation net- Purple Heart recipients are
class of membership, except as Special to the Chronicle work has received great re- sought to be honored with cenactive membership. U.S. Navy CE2 Kevin Ray was recently named Sailor of the sponse for volunteer drivers for terpieces with their names on
Those interested in becoming Week at U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. He was the two vans assigned to the them at The Old Homosassa members may contact Clay chosen for his hard work and was instrumental in the Lecanto clinic -one going Veterans' Memorial.
Scott, vice commander of Amer- troubleshooting and repair of the Air Terminal ATM pathway from Lecanto to Gainesville, Call Shona Cook at 352-422ican Legion Post 166. He may and the Cuban communications link. Ray is congratulated by the other from Lecanto to The 8092. be reached by writing to Amen- Capt. J.R. Nettleton, commander at Guantanamo Bay. Ray is Villages. can Legion Post 166, P0. Box the son of Patti Ray of Crystal River. The Gainesville van goes
767, Homosassa Springs, FL _____________________________each weekday and The Villages W n oass os
34447-0767, or at 928-848-8359. run is made when there is a Guard Auxliary
His email address is ea- On a regular basis, bingo is at need. Veterans who need to go
gleriderqgmx.com. Bnooe to u ic 1 p.m. Sundays in the smoke- to appointments in Gainesville Ex-military and retired miliInterested men may stop by Bigo opent pubi free hall. or The Villages are asked to tary personnel are needed to
the post on the regular meeting on Thursdays For more information, call call the Veterans Service Office assist the U.S. Coast Guard
night, the first Monday monthly, .7352-746-0440. in Lecanto at 352-527-5915 to be Auxiliary to help the Coast
at 7 p.m. at the Spring Lodge The public is invited to play placed on the van list All ap- Guard with non-military and
No. 378 F&AM at 5030 S. bingo Thursdays at American F it oHa ai pointments must be made be- non-law enforcement programs
Memorial Drive. Legion Wall-Rives Post 58. Fltrip tHa ii fore 1 p.m. such as public education, vessel
Doors open at 4 p.m.; games in planning tae safety checks, safety patrols
40&8 to have start at 6 p.m. stgs 'In Their Words' search and rescue, maritime seDinner is available for $5. The late fall trip to Hawaii curity and environmental
breakast July 6 The post is at 10730 U.S. 41, for veterans and their families wants vets' stories protection.
Dunnellon. and friends will be from Oct. 29 Wear the Auxiliary uniform
Citrus 40&8 Voiture 1219 wel- to Nov 15. The Chronicle features sto- with pride and your military
comes the public to breakfast Pulowlo eThe trips include services on ries of local veterans. The sto- ribbons. Criminal background
from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. the first Pulcw lo eat the USS Arizona, USS Utah and ries will be about a singular check and membership are reSunday each month at Ameri- Frdydinners the National Cemetery of the event or moment in your mili- quired. Email Vince Maida at
can Legion Post 155 on State FrdyPacific, tours of the islands of tary career that stands out to vsm44Oqaol.com, or call 917Road 44 in Crystal River (6585 Everyone is welcome to join Oahu, Kauai, Hawaii and Maui you. It can be any type of event, 597 6961. E. Gulf-to-Lake Highway). Blanton-Thompson American and many activities including from something from the battleDonation is $6 for adults; spe- Legion Post 155 in Crystal golfing, parasailing and dinner field to a fun excursion while Prior enlisted sought cial on kids' (8 and younger) River in its nonsmoking hall cruises. on leave. We also ask that you
meals. Specialty drinks avail- from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Fridays for For more information and to provide us with your rank, for Air Force service able for $1. Proceeds benefit dinner Price depends on the reserve a spot, call Cmdr Don branch of service, theater of programs of the 40&8. dinner being served. McLean, U.S. Navy, retired, at war served, years served, outfit The U.S. Air Force is looking
All proceeds benefit veter- 352-637-5131 or email dmclean8 and veterans organization for prior enlisted men and Come play gm s ans' programs. @tampabayrrcom. affiliations, women from all services intergane For more information, call To have your story told, call ested in both direct duty assignw~ith VFW Post 8189 352-795-6526. Ps422ivtsal C.J. Risak at 352-586-9202 or ments in previously obtained
Pos 452inits ll email cjrisak2@yahoo.com. career fields or retraining into
VFW Post 8189 in Homosassa Pot 1pbi o oeselect career fields.
invites the public to have some Potwelcomes pulc frmeals, moeSome of the careers include
fun. frf evnsVFW Post 4252, State Road CJase manager h~elps aircraft electronics/mechanical
Bingo is played at 2 p.m. fo u vns200 in Hernando (with the heli- vets with benefits areas, cyber operation fields,
Wednesdays and food is avail- VFW Post 10087 in Beverly copter out front), welcomes the and various other specialties.
able. Jam sessions are from 3 to Hills, 2170 Vet Lane (County public at its meals and The Citrus County Veterans Assignment locations are
7 p.m. Thursdays. Road 491 behind Cadence activities. Services Department has a based on Air Force needs.
The post is at 8856 Veterans Bank), often has special events Meals include lunch every case manager who is available Call 352-476-4915 for more Drive, Homosassa. that are open to the public, day and breakfast on Sunday to assist veterans to apply for information.






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DAV scholars

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this unique experience!


Chore Camp for Teens is a unique
experience that you'11 talk about
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hear that you'ye gotten to fertilizeMulnOp plants, mow the lawn, clean the gas grill, scrape paint, wash the deck, clean and VILLAGE
replace all the tools you've used, and aIIO thousand other little things. No more
boring days playing video games, watch-________________ing TV and saying things like, "There's
nothing to do around here!" There's the dishwasher, this is the way we load plenty to do at Chore Camp and you'll the dishwasher early in the morning," be doing them! and, "This is the way we clean the tub,
The good news is that Chore Camp is clean the tub, clean the tub, this is the FREE! That's right you'll be living at way we clean the tub, early in the mornhome, sleeping in your own beds, eating ing." the very same food you've come to know And you'll learn many new songs to and love. No crazy surprises here at sing around the microwave at night, like Chore Camp. And you know you'll love "This Is the Way We Scrub the Floor" your counselors because you already and "This Is the Way We Make the Bed," Special to the Chronicle
know them as Mom and Dad! which are easy to learn and sure to put Each year, the Disabled American Veterans awards scholarship grants to veterans
The first week, campers will play the a smile on everyone's face. CampersofCtuCunyThseawocolripwrewrd.ABV:RyMhe, inete afternng thmeeyrlaugh and heer clean pot ands o andifwhento left, scholarship co-chairman for DAV Gerald A. Shonk Chapter 70 of Inverness, as they afeno they aulchn useer hem.n rdcsad o n hnt presents a $500 scholarship to Tim Sherrett of Homosassa. Sherrett is attending
as tey ejoythe ulchng se tem.Withlacoochee Technical Institute for computer electronics. BELOW: Michael
competitions! By popular demand, there will a new presents a $500 scholarship to Christopher Cooksey of Crystal River. Cooksey is
By the second day, most campers feature this year called "Watch DadatednWTfoaumtiesde. should be able to do this by themselves Write Checks." Campers will sit quietly atednWTfoaumtiesde. without help from the counselors. But while Counselor Dad explains exactly N
not to worry campers who need extra how much it costs to run Chore Camp. instruction will get it. Every noon, there He'll explain such things as kilowatt-/ \ will be exciting motivational talks by hours, roaming charges, the price of gas, Mom and Dad on such things as "Why I medicine and rising college tuitions. He Can't Hear You When You Whine" and may even get into the costs of food and "When You're 18 You Can Move Out and clothing. New shoes are a particular faLive in Your Own Filth and Squalor" vorite of his. Most kids think the second week of Many campers say they've never had camp is even more fun than the first. two weeks fly by so fast. That's when we move from Yard Chore Many ask what they have to do to Camp to Home Chore Camp. You'll be in come back to Chore Camp next year the "separating the laundry" challenge They don't have to worry; enrollment almost every day, competing with other next year is automatic because Chore teams (your brothers and sisters) to see Camp is a prerequisite, which must beJ who can be the fastest Then you'll get to completed before going off to soccer, 4
feed and clean your very own animals baseball, football, swimming, horseback
-right down to the litter box. After riding or any other kind of summer that, there's art appreciation class, or as camp for many families. Counselor Mom likes to call it, dusting And the greatest thing about Chore and vacuuming. There's nothing like it Camp is that it never really ends. After a to make teens feel like adults do every few years, the campers want to do the ...
day things they've learned all the time, and
Summer camp doesn't get much more many of them eventually become counfun than this; there's never a dull mo- selors themselves. ment. The counselors will lead campers
in their favorite songs such as, "This is Contact Jim Mullen at REUNIONS
the way we load the dishwasher, load JimMullenBooks.com.
USS Chilton members from the Flagship Alliance
group that served on one of the other
The next reunion for the USS AGCs during their years of commisN EWAS NOTES Chilton will be Sept. 17 to 24 in sioned service.
Louisville, Kentucky. Contact: Dwight L. Janzen, SecreThursday, June 25 and 26, just patrols the commu- For information, call Joe at 352- tary, 2515 E. North Altamont Blvd., Citrus Springs 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Central nity, they discourage3459.SpknW920447Phe
gopt met Ridge Library, 425 W crime. (evenings and weekends): 509-534-3649.
Roosevelt Blvd., Beverly The Pine Ridge Crime US on cilyEmail djanzen4@msn.com (preferred
The next Citrus Springs Hills. Call Joe Thrck at Watch Unit needs more JS on M~ne contact).
Civic Association general 352-628-6764. volunteers. New residents The USS Mount McKinley Associameeting is at 7 p.m. especially are asked to tion will have its 26th annual reunion Any veteran or organization that
Thursday, June 19, at Cit- Friendship~ consider volunteering in Colorado Springs, Colorado, from knows the details about upcoming
rus Springs Community IfFor information and an Sept 17 to 21 for veterans and associ- reunions is welcome to share the
Center Quilters to gahrapplication, call 352- ate members from all branches of the information. Email details to
Guest speaker will be gahr 746-3484 or PRIDE Capt. military that served on the Amphibi- communityj@chronicleonline.com, or
Commissioner Scott The Citrus Friendship Steve Wagner at 352- ous Force Flagship, USS Mount fax to Sarah Gatding, community editor,
Adams. This is also going Quilters Guild meets on 527-0723. McKinley AGC/LCC-7 and associate a t 352-563-3280.
to be an ice cream social. the first and third Thurs -_______________________________________________days of the month at
Acordion gop Lakes Region Library,
group 1551 Druid Road in

inTh SpringHills meeting is Accordion Adventure the first Thursday along meetings are held the with programs and show third Thursday of every and tell. The second month from 6 to 9 p.m. at meeting is show and tell
the Spring Hill United and demonstrations. VisiChurch of Christ, 4244 tors are welcome. The IGUf
Mariner Blvd. next meeting is on
It is an informal group June 19. There will be a RSi
of accordionists and en- demonstration on sausage thusiasts of all levels. All pillowcase. beverly hills fl
are welcome. Coffee -and For information, call




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NEWS NOTES

Drum, dance, see through Oct. 1. work in a unique setting are in- with an opportunity to meet the Snacks and refreshments will
For more information, call vited to call any of the three fol- candidates. Annual reports will be served. movie at library 352-795-2585. lowing persons for more be presented at the meeting. For more information, call
details: Sandy Purzycki, 352- Call the fair office at 352-726- Marianne at 352-628-7330. Everyone is invited to Koh746-6168; Pat Skoglund, 352-344- 2993 for more information.
African drumming and dancing Kohexhibit 1275 or Susan Hnat, Gardeners to talk
from i to 3 p.m. Monday, June continues at bank 352-746-2889. Purzycki is chair Public welcome at 1 Oci
23, and Friday, June 27, at the of this year's show and about OrhdBasics
Coastal Region Library 8619 W Due to outstanding response Skoglund and Hnat are co- 'Org'anizrng' meetings Crystal St., from the community the Den- chairs. The June free master garCrystal River nis Koch art exhibit at Brannen The Boutique will be Friday Organizing for Citrus is a dener seminars will feature a
These are Basic and Begin- Bank, Dunnellon branch, has and Saturday, Oct. 10 and 11, at grassroots group that meets guest speaker discussing the ning classes. Learn about the extended the Art Retrospective the GFWC Clubhouse in Inver- once a month to discuss ideas topic of Orchid Basics. Djembe drum used by the during the month of June. ness. Each year's show pro- and write letters about political Come learn about several
Maninka people of western This retrospective of 18 origi- vides an opportunity for new issues that affect the commu- easy-to-grow orchids, how to
Africa since the 1300s. nal works of art includes Koch's artisans to offer their work for nity, state and country polirepolimount, routine care
Also on those dates, from 3 to ongoing "Winged Migration" se- sale to the public, along with The public is welcome to the (feeding, watering, general
6 p.m. at the library, everyone is ries," American Culture" se- seasoned artisans who have meetings at Central Ridge Li- growing conditions) and any welcome to see a documentary, ries, "Lips" series and limited been represented in previous brary in Beverly Hills. The next pests/diseases you may "The Untold History of People edition Ireland paintings. Show years. meeting will be Monday June encounter
of Aboriginal, Moor and African hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mon- 16, from 5:15 to 7 p.m. The remaining schedule for
Descent" day through Thursday, and Fm- Far~int ikFor more information, call June is:
For more information, call days until 5 p.m. Fa i g ~up i c Vicky Jozzia at 352-563-2651. 0 Wednesday, June 18
352-433-6180. The branch is at 11472 N. new directors 1 p.m. at Citrus Springs Library,
Williams St. (State Road 41), CirsSprings
Wi oijust south of the Post Office. The annual meeting of the Mothers of Inmates U ,'Tuesday, June 24 2p.m.
Wi oiCall 352-489-2466. Citrus County Fair Association to gttog~ether at Homosassa Library,
meal at the mall will be at 6:30 p.m. Monday, gt 5Homosassa
sogtJune 16, at the Citrus County Mothers of Inmates, a sup- Master gardeners will be
Crystal River Mall offers a Arti~sans sogtfor Auditorium, port group to emotionally sup- available to also address any
chance to win dinner and a anulMembers will be elected to port and educate mothers gardening questions, identify
movie for two at the mall in two anulshow the board of directors. The affected by the incarceration of samples or respond to concerns
once-monthly drawings. Pre-screening for participa- board of directors is a 25-mem- their children, will meet at 7 related to gardening experiEntries are accepted at mall tion in the 10th annual Artisan's ber board with each member p.m. Tuesday June 17, at Na- ences. You can also contact the kiosks and Westend Markets Boutique sponsored by the serving a two-year term. A ros- ture Coast Ministries, 1590 W Citrus County Extension anythrough posted mall closing GFWC Woman's Club of Inver- ter of candidates has been pre- Meadowcrest Blvd., Crystal time during business hours at times on the fourth Saturday ness is under way sented to the members of the River (in the plaza behind the 352-527-5700 (ask for Extension
each month. There will be one Area artisans who would like Citrus County Fair Association. DMV and Winn-Dixie on State Director B. J. Jarvis or any onwinner per month; valid an opp ortunity to sell their Refreshments will be served, Road 44). duty master gardener).



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Cindy Connolly, features editor, at
Chicklet Puzzle is on Page A14. 352-563-5660, ext. 1216.
0 To offer an idea for a news or human interest
Chicklet is a little male, F L A S H B 0 B S S C A R E WJ A I V E story, call Mike Arnold, editor, at
cream-colored R 0 G U E A B U TEH U M I D M 0 R T A L 352-563-5660, ext.1393.
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other adoptable pets, PEARL T0 IT BICKER
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70th ANNIVERSARY 50th ANNIVERSARY FOR THE RECORD
The Frieslands The Schantzes May 26-June 1,2014 Brian G. Garcia,
Divorces Inverness/Cassandra Rose
Francis J. Bartley IV, Siedlecki, Inverness Homosassa vs. Kelli Bartley, Kyle Wesley Kinder, i Lecanto Crystal River/Ivy Nicole
Raymond J. Busiel vs. Galloway, Crystal River Jamie K. Busiel James Kevin Mielnik,
Holly Marie Heck, Citrus Springs/Kathleen Ann Dunnellon vs. Edward Lewis Garron, Citrus Springs Heck Jr., Crystal River Jimmie Todd Smith, Deirdre B. Murray, Crystal Inverness/Victoria Lynne River vs. Brian Murray, Joseph, Inverness Beverly Hills Jason Earl Solomon,
Pete D. Nicely, Inverness Crystal River/Erika Laura vs. Kim Bryant Nicely, Ambriz, Crystal River Adelphi, Md. Ernest Melvin Thomas,
Ron Rood, Homossassa Inverness/Teretta Terrell vs. Molly Rood, Charles, Inverness
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Katherine G. Stokes, FOR THE RECORD Crystal River vs. Thomas J.
Stoks, Cntrl, SC.U Divorces and
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of Homosassa, originally Gretchen Bayne, both of their golden wedding Taylor and Tyler Schantz Charles Albert Adams, matter of public from New Albany, Ohio, Clemmons, North anniversary on and Tyler and Trent Beverly Hills/Jessica record, available
celebrated their 70th Carolina. They have four June 11, 2014. Hadley Elizabeth Morini, Beverly from each county's
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Archer surrenders more than Rays can muster


With 7-3 loss, Tampa Bay's win streak end at two
Associated Press The Astros got back on track after striking out
a season-high 16 times in a 6-1 loss in the opener HOUSTON Matt Dominguez broke out of a Friday night. Dexter Fowler had two RBIs and slump with two hits including a three-run double Marwin Gonzalez, who was filling in for the injured in Houston's big third inning to lead the Astros to Jose Altuve, had three hits and scored twice. a 7-3 win over the Tampa Bay Rays on Saturday Altuve missed his second straight game after Dominguez was 1 for 12 in the first being hit on the right hand by a pitch
three games of this homestand before Thursday night.
singling in the second inning. The As- For the box Evan Longoria homered and drove in tros led by one when he cleared the from all of the runs for the Rays, who have
bases with his double in a five-run third s ge lost 15 of their past 18 games. inning that made it 5-1. seeRookie Kevin Kiermaier doubled.
Jarred Cosart (6-5) allowed nine hits with one out in the first and scored on a
and three runs in seven innings in his longest single by Longoria to put Tampa Bay up 1-0. outing since May 5 for the win. Gonzalez got things going in the third with a
Tampa Bay starter Chris Archer (3-4) was done one-out double before advancing to third on a Associated Press
in by an error and a lack of control in his shortest wild pitch. Fowler reached and Gonzalez scored Houston Astros center fielder Dexter Fowler reaches first base after start this season. He allowed three hits and six runs Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Chris Archer misses the catch for an error
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66No. 2 course that restored the reputation of a NUS. Open.
iHe threw enough counterpunches Saturday to leave him on the cusp of his second major
On a broiling day with some wicked pin positions that yielded only two rounds under par, Kaymer rolled in a 10-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole to salvage a 2-over 72 and take a five-shot lead into the final round.
Only one player in U.S. Open history has lost a five-shot lead in the final round, and that was 95 years go.
"I didn't play as well as the first two days, but I kept it together," Kaymer said.
That was all that was required on a day when the U.S. Open finally looked like the toughest test in golf. Kaymer hit a 7-iron from the sandy area left of the fairway on the par-5 fifth hole to set up a 5-foot eagle putt, and his birdie on the final hole put him at 8-under 202.
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Brandt Snedeker reacts Saturday after missing a putt on the sixth green during the third round of the U.S. Open in Pinehurst, N.C.
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Menard wins Nationwide race after Logano's mishap

Associated Press first since 2006, and Logano was Dale Earnhardt Jr finished
left trying to come to terms with third, followed by pole-winner BROOKLYN, Mich.- Joey a race that was going well until Kyle Busch and BrianScott Regan
Logano was only a few laps the final moments. Smith finished seventh and
away from victory when sud- "I hate to give them away like remained atop the points list. denly, holding off Paul Menard that," Logano said. "You look at Menard, one of several Sprint wasn't his main problem, the silver lining I guess, which is Cup drivers in contention, won
"I could tell something was we had a fast race car and should the 250-mile, 125-lap race in his wrong on the back straight- have won the race. You win some No. 33 Chevrolet. He figures he away," Logano said. this way and lose some this way" might have had a shot to win
Logano's flat tire with about Logano was leading when he even without Logano's mishap. ....
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day at Michigan International Sam Hornish Jr by 0.468 sec- hell of a race." Associated Press
Speedway It was Menard's sec- onds. It was Menard's first Na- Driver Paul Menard burns rubber Saturday after winning the Nationwide
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Division Central Division West Division
W L Pct GB WC L10 Str Home Away W L Pct GB WC L10 Str Home Away W L Pct GB WC L10 Str Home Away
Toronto 40 30 .571 4-6 L-1 20-17 20-13 Detroit 35 29 .547 4-6 W-1 17-16 18-13 Oakland 40 27 .597 - 5-5 L-1 17-13 23-14
NewYork 35 31 .530 3 6-4 W-4 13-16 22-15 KansasCity 35 32 .522 1% 8-2 W-6 18-16 17-16 LosAngeles 36 30 .545 3% 6-4 L-2 20-14 16-16 Royals 9, White Sox 1
Baltimore 35 32 .522 3% 5-5 W-1 16-16 19-16 Cleveland 34 35 .493 3% 2% 5-5 W-1 21-11 13-24 Seattle 34 33 .507 6 1% 5-5 L-4 14-19 20-14 Kansas City Chicago
Boston 31 37 .456 8 5 4-6 L-1 17-18 14-19 Minnesota 32 34 .485 4 3 5-5 L-1 15-17 17-17 Texas 33 34 .493 7 2% 4-6 W-2 16-19 17-15 ab r bi ab r bi
Tampa Bay 26 43 .377 13% 10% 3-7 L-1 14-20 12-23 Chicago 33 36 .478 4% 3% 4-6 L-3 19-17 14-19 Houston 32 38 .457 9% 5 7-3 W-1 17-19 15-19 A r a
Aokirf 5 0 1 0 Eatoncf 4 01 0
NATIONAL LEAGUE Infante2b 5121GBckh2b 3000
Hosmerlb 5 1 2 1 JAreu lb 3 0 0 0
East Division Central Division West Division BButler dh 4 2 2 2 Viciedo If 4 0 1 0
W L Pct GB WC L10 Str Home Away W L Pct GB WC L10 Str Home Away W L Pct GB WC L10 Str Home Away AGordn If 5 1 2 0 AIRmrz ss 4 0 1 0
Atlanta 35 31 .530 4-6 W-1 19-14 16-17 Milwaukee 41 28 .594 - 6-4 W-1 20-14 21-14 San Fran. 43 26 .623 - 5-5 L-2 23-14 20-12 S.Perez c 5 1 2 0 Konerkdh 4 1 3 1
Washington 35 32 .522 % 6-4 L-3 19-15 16-17 St. Louis 36 32 .529 4% 6-4 W-2 18-14 18-18 Los Angeles 36 33 .522 7 5-5 W-1 14-19 22-14 L.Cain cf 5 1 0 1 Sierra rf 4 0 1 0
Miami 34 33 .507 1% 1 5-5 L-3 22-13 12-20 Pittsburgh 34 34 .500 6% 1% 6-4 W-4 20-16 14-18 Colorado 33 35 .485 9% 2% 5-5 W-4 19-14 14-21
NewYork 30 38 .441 6 5% 2-8 L-1 15-20 15-18 Cincinnati 32 35 .478 8 3 5-5 L-1 17-17 15-18 San Diego 29 39 .426 13% 6% 3-7 W-1 16-19 13-20 Mostks 3b 4 2 3 2 Flowrs c 4 0 0 0
Philadelphia 29 37 .439 6 5% 5-5 W-1 16-20 13-17 Chicago 27 39 .409 12% 7% 5-5 L-1 15-14 12-25 Arizona 29 41 .414 14% 7% 5-5 L-3 12-24 17-17 AEscorss 4 0 2 0 LeGarc3b 4 0 0 0
Totals 42 9 167 Totals 34 1 7 1
Kansas City 000 500 013 9
Chicago 000 000 001 1
E-Moustakas (5), Le.Garcia (3). DP-Chicago
1. LOB-Kansas City 7, Chicago 8. 2B-Aoki
S(11), Hosmer (21), S.Perez (16), A.Escobar(19),
Sierra (2). HR-B.Butler (2), Moustakas (6),
Phillies 7, Cubs 4 Konerko (4).
Chicago Philadelphia IP H R ER BB SO
ab rhbi ab rhbi Kansas City
Lakecf 4 00 0 Reverecf 5 0 1 1 DuffyW,4-5 7 5 0 0 1 9
Rugginl If 3 1 2 1 Rollins ss 4 1 1 0 Crow 1 1 0 0 1 1
Rizzolb 4 1 2 0 Utley2b 4 1 1 1
SCastross 3 0 1 0 Howard lb 3 00 0 Mariot 1 1 1 1 0 1
Valuen2b 4 1 2 2 Byrdrf 3 22 0 Chicago
Schrhltrf 4 0 0 0 DBrwnl If 4 1 1 3 Noesi L,2-5 32/38 5 2 1 4
Olt3b 4 11 1 Ruizc 4 12 1 Guerra 21/32 0 0 0 0
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JoBakrph 1 00 0 Buchnnp 1 00 0 S.Downs 2 1 1 1 0 3
EJcksnp 1 0 0 0 RCedenph 1 0 0 0 D.Webb 1 5 3 3 0 1
Villanv p 0 0 0 0 Hollnds p 0 0 0 0 Duffy pitched to 1 batter in the 8th.
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Russellp 0 0 0 0 Diekmnp 0 0 0 0 Umpires-Home, Chris Conroy; First, Paul
Sweeny ph 1 0 0 0 Mayrryph 1 000
Papeln p 0 0 0 0 Emmel; Second, Jordan Baker; Third, Gabe
Totals 33 494 Totals 34710 6 Morales.
Chicago 011 100 010 4 T-3:03. A-24,527 (40,615).
Philadelphia 130 030 00x 7
E-Lake (5). DP-Philadelphia 1. LOB- Orioles 3, Blue Jays 2
Chicago 5, Philadelphia 6. 2B-Byrd (19),
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Chicago MeCarrl If 5 0 0 0 Machd3b 4 0 2 0
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Villanueva 11/32 0 0 0 1 Linddh 3 1 1 0 C.Davislb 3 1 1 2
Rusellphia 2 0 0 0 1 1 DNavrr ph-dhl 0 0 0 N.Cruz If 4 0 1 0
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Hollands 1 0 0 0 1 0 JFrncs3b 3 00 0 Hardyss 4 00 0
DeFratus 1 0 0 0 0 1 StTllsn ph-2b0 0 0 0 DYong dh 4 1 1 0
Diekman 1 3 1 1 0 1 Lawrie 2b-3b3 02 1 Flahrty 2b 3 0 1 0
PapelbonS,15-16 1 0 0 0 0 2 Associated Press 3 0 0 1 Hundly c 2 0 0 1
Umpires-Home, Lance Barksdale; First, Kerwin Red Sox starting pitcher Jon Lester delivers to the Indians' Asdrubal Cabrera on Saturday during the first in- Tholec 3 00 1 Hundlyc 2 00 1
Danley; Second, Gary Cederstrom; Third, Mark Gose cf 4 0 1 0
Ripperger. ning at Fenway Park in Boston. Totals 33 29 2 Totals 31 3 7 3
T-3:04. A-31,524 (43,651). agToronto 010 000 010 2
Pirates 8, Marlins 6 w ithBaltimore 000 120 00x 3
Pittsburgh Miami Indians snap streak with win over Sox E(7). DP-Baltimore 2. LOBab rh bi ab rh bi Toronto 9, Baltimore 7. 2B-Encarnacion (17),
Polancrf 5 1 2 2 Furcal2b 5 0 1 0 / H RMarlins. Machado (6). HR-C.Davis (11). SB-Reyes
SMarte If 5 0 2 0 RJhnsnl If 4 0 0 0 D avs H R carries AMERICAN LEAGUE Josh Harrison and Chris Stewart (15). SF-Hundley
AncCtcflb 401 0 23 Stantonb 0 0 [0 0r Friday's Games had three hits apiece, and the Pirates IP H R ER BB SO
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JHrrsn2b 5 1 3 0 Morris p 0 0 0 0 Minnesota 2, Detroit 0 e in doubleDickey L,6-5 62/36 3 2 2 4
Barmes 2b 0 0 0 0 MDunn p 0 0 0 0 Boston 10, Cleveland3 consecutive game in double digits. Jenkins 11/31 0 0 0 0
Mercer ss 5 2 2 2 Lucas ph 1 0 0 0 Atlanta 4, L.A. Angels 3 Touted rookie Gregory Polanco had Baltimore
PAlvrz3b 5 1 2 0 Ozunacf 3 2 2 3 Associated Press Kansas City 7, Chicago White Sox2 tWO hits and two RBIs. B.Norris W6-5 62/37 1 1 1 5
CStwrtc 4 2 3 0 Realmtc 4 0 1 1 Tampa Bay 6, Houston 1
Morton p 2 0 1 1 Hchvrr ss 4 1 2 0 BOSTON Jason Kipnis had N.Y Yankees 7, Oakland 0 Marcell Ozuna and Jeff Baker each ODay H,8 1 1 1 1 0 1
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Grilli p 0 0 0 0 Solano ph 1 0 0 0 three hits and the Cleveland Indi- Texas 1, Seattle 0 hit a two-run homer in the ninth for Matusz 0 0 0 0 1 0
Slo ans rallied with two runs in the Saturday's Games Miami. Randy Wolf (1-3) allowed five R.Webb H, 10 1/3 1 0 0 0 0
Soep 0000 n rale wihtorn inte Kansas City 9, Chicago White Sox 1 rnadniehtinfuinng.Z. Britton S,7-8 1 0 0 0 1 1
JeBakr lb 2 1 2 seventh inning on to beat the Cleveland 3, BChicago White Sox 1 runs and nine hits in four innings. Matusz pitched to 1 batter in the 8th.
Totals 40 8 18 8 TotalIs 34610 6 P d e ,M t
Pittsburgh 020 330 000 8 Boston Red Sox 3-2 and snap a Baltimore 3, Toronto2 Padres5, Mets0 HBP-byO'Day(Bautista), byB.Norris(Lawrie).
Miami 000 200 004 6 four-game losing streak. Detroit 12, Minnesota 9 Umpires-Home, Mike Estabrook; First, Hunter
DP-Pittsburgh3, Miami 2. LOB-Pittsburgh 11, Asdrubal Cabrera and Michael Houston 7, Tampa Bay 3 NEW YORK Jesse Hahn earned Wendelstedt; Second, Jerry Layne; Third, Mike
Miami 5. 2B-Mercer (10). 3B-Ozuna (1). HR- L.A. Angels at Atlanta, late.
A.McCutchen (11), Mercer (4), Ozuna (12), Brantley each had a pair of hits N.YYankees at Oakland late. his first big league victory, pitching DiMuro.
Je.Baker(2). S-Morton 2. for Cleveland, which had lost Texas at Seattle, late. one-hit ball for six innings and con- T-3:02. A-33,901 (45,971).
Pittsburgh IP H R ER BB SO eight of its past nine games at Fen- Today's Games tributing an RBI single as the San Indians 3, Red Sox 2
MortonW,4-7 7 5 2 2 3 6 way Park. John Axford (2-3) Minnesota (Nolasco 4-5) at Detroit (Porcello 8-4), Diego Padres stopped a five-game
Pimentel 12/34 4 4 0 2 earned the win with one scoreless 1:08P.M. Cleveland Boston
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Slowey 2 6 3 3 1 0 his seventh save. p.m. bullpen on a two-hitter. The Mets man- Brantly If 4 1 2 0 Pedroia 2b 3 1 1 0
Morris 2 2 0 0 0 3 Kansas City (Shields 7-3) at Chicago White Sox
M.Dunn 1 1 0 0 0 1 The Red Sox led 2-1 when Bres- (Rienzo 4-3), 2:10 p.m. aged Ruben Tejada's infield hit leading Kipnis 2b 5 0 3 0 D.Ortiz dh 4 0 1 1
HBP-by Morton (R.Johnson), by Slowey low relieved Jake Peavy to start Tampa Bay (Price 4-6) at Houston (Peacock 2-4), off the first and Lucas Duda's bloop Chsnhll3b 3 0 0 0 Napoli lb 3 0 1 0
(C.mpSt ome Tim Timmons; First, Tim the seventh. Cabrera hit a 2:10 p.m. single down the left field line in the Swisherdh 4 0 1 0 JGoms If 4 0 2 1
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Fagan. shortstop Jonathan Herrera 4:05 p.m. CSantn lb 2 0 1 1 JHerrrss 3 0 0 0
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T-3:09. A-21,195 (37,442). grabbed with a diving stop, but his 4:10 single. YGomsc 4 0 0 0 Navaph 1 0 0 0
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Padres 5, Mets 0 throw to first short-hopped Mike L.A. Angels (H.Santiago 0-6) at Atlanta (Minor 2-4), Rockies 5, Giants 4 Totals 36 3102 BrdTotals 332 9 2 0
San Diego NewYork Napoli and popped off the heel of 8:05 p.m. SAN FRANCISCO Brandon Cleveland 001 000 200 3
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Venale rf 5 0 0 0 Tejada ss 4 bi his glove. Barnes hit a two-run, inside-the-park Boston 100 001 000 2
ECarerss 5 11 0 DnMrp2b 4 0 0 0 AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE home run in the ninth inning and the E-Pierzynski (4). DP-Cleveland 3. LOBS.Smith If 3 1 1 0 DWrght 3b 2 0 0 0 Friday's Games Colorado Rockies rallied for the seCleveland 13, Boston 7. 2B-A.Cabrera (17),
Headly 3b 3 2 2 2 BAreu rf 3 0 0 0 Orioles Blue Jays2 Friday'seames Colorado Rockies rallied forth sec- Swisher (12), C.Santana (8), Holt (11), Pedroia
Alonso lb 5 02 1 Duda lb 4 0 1 0 Chicago Cubs 2, Philadelphia 1 ond straight day to stun the San Fran- (21) D.Ortiz(10).SB-Brantley(9) Kipnis(8)
Grandl c 3 0 1 0 CYoung If 4 0 0 0 BALTIMORE Chris Davis home- Pittsburgh 8, Miami 6,13 innings Giants (21), D.Ortiz (10). SB-Brantley (9), Kipnis (8),
Maybin cf 4 1 1 0 Tegrdn c 3 0 0 0 red to back an effective pitching per- N.Y Mets 6, San Diego 2 Cisco Giants 5 Holt (4). S-Swisher.
Amarst2b 3 0 0 0 dnDkkrcf 2 0 0 0 Atlanta 4, L.A. Angels3 Charlie Blackmon singled with two IP H RERBBSO
Hahn p 2 0 1 1 ZWhelr p 1 0 0 0 formance by Bud Norris, and the Cincinnati 6, Milwaukee 5 outs off Giants closer Sergio Romo Cleveland
Medica ph 1 0 0 0 ABrwn ph 1 0 0 0 Baltimore Orioles beat the skidding St. Louis 1, Washington 0 (3-3) before Barnes lined a hit to cen- House 51/37 2 2 1 3
Thayer p 0 0 0 0 Evelndp 0000
Denorfiph 0 0 0 0 Grndrs ph 1 0 0 0 Toronto Blue Jays 3-2 Saturday. L.A. Dodgers 4, Arizona 3 ter field. San Francisco's Angel PaAxford W2-3 1 0 0 0 1 1
Benoit p 0 0 0 0 Germn p 0 0 0 0 Davis hit a two-run shot off knuckle- Colorado 7, San Francisco 4 terfield. San Francisos Angel Pagan Crockett H,1 1/3 1 0 0 0 1
Street p 0 0 0 0 baller R.A. Dickey (6-5) to put Balti- Saturday's Games misplayed the ball and it skipped to Shaw H,10 11/31 0 0 1 0
Totals 34 5 9 4 Totals 290 2 0 Philadelphia 7, Chicago Cubs 4 the fence as Blackmon and Barnes Allen S,7-8 1 0 0 0 0 2
San Diego 201 100 010 5 more up 3-1 in the fifth inning. It was Colorado 5, San Francisco 4 raced around the bases. Boston
NewYork 000 000 000 0 the 11th homer of the year for Davis, Pittsburgh 8, Miami 6
E-D.Wright (8). DP-New York 2. LOB-SananDiegoh. N.Y Mets0 Peavy 6 7 1 1 2 5
Diego 9, NewYork 7. 2B-Alonso 2(15). HR- who led the majors last year with 53. Milwaukee 4, i. t Cardinals 4, Nationals Breslow L,2-2 BS,1-12/32 2 0 1 0
Headley (6). SB-E.Cabrera (13), Alonso (6). Norris (6-5) gave up one run and St. Louis 4, Washington 1 ST. LOUIS Matt Adams hit the Tazawa 1 1 0 0 1 2
San Diego P H R ER BB so seven hits in 6 2/3 innings to win his L.A. Angels at Atlanta, late. go-ahead home run for the second A.Miller 1/3 0 0 0 0 1
Hahn W1-1 6 1 0 0 3 7 third straight start. The right-hander Arizona at L.A. Dodgers late. Uehara 1 0 0 0 0 2
Thyr 011 xede nm'r er b OoeToday's Games straight game, connecting off Stephen HBP-by Peavy (C.Santana. Brantley).
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NewYork fewer in 13 of the last 16 games. San Diego (Kennedy 5-7) at N.Y Mets (Matsuzaka 3- ehh i ig n heiCardinals beat cone; Second Eric Coop Third, Tom Hallion.
Z.Wheeler L,2-7 5 6 4 4 3 Tw n 0), 1:10 p.m. the Washington Nationals 4-1. T-3:24. A-37.181 (37.071).
Eveland 2 1 0 0 0 0 Tigers 12, Twins 9 Chicago Cubs (T.Wood 6-5) at Philadelphia (A.Bur- Adams snapped a 1-all tie with his Tigers 12, Twins 9
Germen 2 2 1 1 4 1 nett4-5). 1:35 p.m. sixth homer leading off the seventh,
HBP-by Hahn (D.Wright). WP-Hahn DETROIT Rookie EugeniO Cincinnati (Leake 3-6) at Milwaukee (Estrada 5-3), Minnesota Detroit
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Everitt. 2:15 p.m. Friday, he homered on his first swing Fuld cf 4 0 1 0 TrHntr rf 4 1 2 2
T-3:13. A-0 (41,922). third inning, and the slumping Tigers Colorado (Nicasio 5-5) at San Francisco (Bumgarner
Rockies 5, Giants 4 beat the Minnesota Twins 12-9. 8-4), 4:05 p.m. since coming off the 15-day disabled Mauer lb 5 0 0 0 MiCarr lb 5 2 2 1
The Tigers led 11-1 after six in- Arizona (Arroyo 6-4) at L.A. Dodgers (Beckett 4-3), list from a left calf strain, lifting St. Wlngh If 1 1 0 0 VMrtnz dh 5 1 3 2
Colorado San Francisco 4:10 p.m. Louis to a 1-0 victo Parmel ph-lf2 2 1 0 JMrtnz If 5 1 2 1
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Barnesrf 4 1 1 2 Pencerf 4D2e2 1 seventh with the help of two infield Plouffe 3b 000 1 Avila c 3200
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Rutledgss 4 0 1 1 Machip 0 00 0 White Sox designated hitter Paul them by Matt Holliday with the bases Dozier2b 1 1 1 2
McKnr c 4 1 3 0 Romo p 0 0 0 0 season, but it was helped by another Konerko spoiled the shutout with a loaded against Drew Storen. Fryer c 5 2 3 1
RWhelr3b 3 1 1 1 Morse lb 4 0 1 0 strong pitching performance. Anibal homer off Michael Mariotoff to open re EEscor2b-3b 3 0 1 0
CulerSn23b 0 0 0 0 BCrwfrss 4 0 0 0 Sanchez (3-2) was charged with three the ninth Brewers 4, Reds 2 Totals 38 9 128 Totals 41121912
Brgmn p 1 0 0 0 Adrianz 2b 3 0 1 0 runs and four hits in 6 1/3 innings. Minnesota 010 000 332 9
Stubbs ph 1 0 0 0 Affeldtp 0 0 0 NATIONAL LEAGUE MILWAUKEE Ryan Braun hit a Detroit 007 121 10x 12
Ottavin p 0 0 0 0 Arias3b 1 0 0 0 Royals 9, W white Sox 1 two-run home run in the eighth inning E-Tor.Hunter (3). DP-Minnesota 1. LOBBlrwtsph 0 00 0 plnph 1 00 0 CHICAGO Danny Duffy matched Phillies 7 C to lift the Milwaukee Brewers to a 4-2 Minnesota 8, Detroit 10. 2B-Kinsler (20),
Hwkns p 0 0 0 0 Petitp 0 0 0 0 a career high with nine strikeouts, and PHILADELPHIA- Jimmy Rollins win over the Cincinnati Reds. Tor.Hunter 2 (13), Mi.Cabrera (23), V.Martinez
B.Hicks 2b 1 0 0 0 the Kansas City Royals extended their singled in the fifth to pass Hall of With one out in the eighth inning, (16), J.Martinez (8) Suarez (1). 3B-Nunez (1),
HSnchzph 1 0 0 0 Suarez (1). HR-Dozier (15),.V.Martinez (17)
Linccm pr 0 0 0 0 winning streak to six with a 9-1 victory Famer Mike Schmidt to become the Scooter Gennett ended up with a dou- Suarez (3). SB-Kinsler (7). SF-Plouffe, Totals 36 5 12 5 Totals 36 410 4 over the Chicago White Sox. Phillies' hits leader and Domonic ble after blooping a ball to center that Tor.Hunter.
Colorado 021 000 002 5
San Francisco 100 020 100 4 Duffy (4-5) scattered five hits over Brown capped the inning with a three- Billy Hamilton got his glove on but IP H RER BB SO
E-Rutledge (3). DP-Colorado 1, San Fran- seven-plus shutout innings for Kansas run homer, leading Philadelphi to a couldn't hold. Braun then drove the Minnesota
cisco 1. LOB-Colorado 7, San Francisco 6.
2B-Blackmon(12), Morneau(15), Rutledge(2), City. 7-4 win over the Chicago Cubs. first pitch from reliever J.J. Hoover (1- Deduno L,2-5 22-37 7 7 2 3
McKenry (4), R.Wheeler (1), Posey (6). HR- Mike Moustakas homered among Rollins got hit No. 2,235 off Edwin 5) over the right field fence for his 10th Swarzak 12-35 3 3 2 1
Barnes (2), Pence (9), Posey (9). CS-McKenry his three hits as the Royals won their Jackson, sending a 3-1 pitch into right homer of the season. Guerrier 12-32 1 1 0 0
(2). S-Bergman. SF-Posey. Jakosniga~ ih o e ftesao.Thielbar 1 3 1 1 0 0
IP H R ER BB SO second straight in this weekend field to open the fifth. The game was Francisco Rodriquez pitched a Duensing 1 2 0 0 0 0
Colorado series, then delayed for an on-field celebra- scoreless ninth inning for his 21st Detroit
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Otravino 1 2 1 1 0 2 The Royals scored five times in the tion. save in 23 opportunities. Will Smith (1- A.SanchezW,3-2 61-34 3 3 2 6
Brothers W,3-4 1 0 0 0 0 3 fourth four with none out to Chase Utley also homered for 0) got the win despite giving up a E.Reed 1-3 2 1 1 1 0
Hawkins S13-14 1 0 0 0 0 0 chase Chicago starter Hector Noesi Philadelphia, which has won four of game-tying home run to Hamilton in Coke 1 3 3 3 0 1
San Francisco
Vogelsong 5 7 3 3 1 2 (3-5). five following a dismal 1-8 stretch. the eighth inning. Alburquerque 0 2 0 0 1 0
Petit 111/31 0 0 1 3 Duffy last struck out nine on June Reds pitcher Mat Latos gave up just Alburquerque pitched to 3 batters in the 8th.
Affeldt 1 1 0 0 0 0 Duf atsrc u ieo uePirates 8, Marlins 6 twohisunrixininsrnqisseso W-A iache d tB-AviattrnteSh
Machi H,10 2/3 1 0 0 0 0 19, 2011, at St. Louis. He's now 2-0 two hits in six innings in his season WP-A.Sanchez. PB-Avila.
Romo L,3-3 BS,4-24 1 2 2 2 0 0 against Chicago. MIAMI -Andrew McCutchen hit a debut. Umpires-Home, Jim Reynolds; First, Seth
Umkpir s-Home, Chrn Seg;Thirst MikeWinuch- The left-hander was chased in the three-run homer and Jody Mercer also Brewers starter Yovani Gallardo al- Buckminster; Second, Manny Gonzalez; Third,
T-3:23. A-41,704 (41,915). eighth inning after a leadoff single by went deep, leading the Pittsburgh Pi- lowed one run on six hits in seven Brian Knight.
Adam Eaton. rates to an 8-6 victory over the Miami innings and struck out eight. T-3:48. A-41,498 (41,681).




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Over 21/2 +120 TORONTO BLUE JAYS Optioned
Under 2 / -140 OF Darin Mastroianni to Buffalo (IL). ReAt Rio De Janeiro instated RHP Sergio Santos from the Friday, June 20
Argentina -900Bosnia-Herzegovina +600 15-day DL. At Recife, Brazil
lineup _or1 1 L O TT E R Y_ Over 21/ -120 National League Costa Rica vs. Italy, Noon
A a nori iL O T T E R Y Under 21/ +100 CHICAGO CUBS Optioned LHP Tuesday, June 24
After Friday qualifying, race Tomorrow Zac Rosscup to Iowa (PCL). At Natal, Brazil
Sunday at Michigan International At Salvador CINCINNATI REDS Placed LHP
Speedway, Brooklyn, Mich. AtSlao ICNAIRD lcdLP Uruguay vs. Italy, Noon
Lap length: 2 miles H ere are the winningnum bears selected Germany -200 Portugal +160 Sean Marshall on the 15-day DL, A tlyoNon
LCarum npalenth es) ~ rear V1I11IOver 21/ +125 retroactive to Wednesday. Reinstated At Belo Horizonte, Brazil
(Car number in parentheses) Saturday in the Florida Lottery. Under 21/ -145 RHP Mat Latos from the 60-day DL. Costa Rica vs. England, Noon
1. (4) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, 204.557. At Curitiba COLORADO ROCKIES Assigned GROUP E
2. (24) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, 203.776. Nigeria -190 Iran +150 RHP Wilton Lopez outright to Colorado W L T GF GAPts
3. (88) Dale Earnhardt Jr., Chevrolet, 203.729. CA H 3(al)Oe2+0 pig PL.Ecuador 0 0 0 0 0 0
4(43) Aric Almirola, Ford, 203.2. m CASH 3 (early) Over 2 +105 Springs (PCL).Ecao 0 000 00
4 (43) ai Almira, Ford, 203. Under2 -125 LOS ANGELES DODGERS France 0 0 0 0 0 0
5. (27) Paul Menard, Chevrolet, 203.04. At Natal Agreed to terms with OF Colin Hering Honduras 0 0 0 0 0 0
6. (2) Brad Keselowski, Ford, 202.908. CASH 3 (late) Ghana -135 United States +105 on a minor league contract. Switzerland 0 0 0 0 0 0
7.(48) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 202.401. 4V2 8 6 Over2 -115 MIAMI MARLINS-Agreedtoterms Sunday, June 15
8. (41) Kurt Busch, Chevrolet, 202.043. Under 2 -105 with SS Brian Anderson on a minor At Brasilia, Brazil
10. (55) Brian Vickers, Toyota, 201.331. PLAY 4 (early) Tuesday league contract. Switzerland vs. Ecuador, Noon
110(5) Brmian Vickersa, Tvoyot, 20.1. 5 At Belo Horizonte MILWAUKEE BREWERS Op- At Porto Alegre, Brazil
11.(1) Jamie McLurray, Chevrolet, 200.49. 5-5-3-2 Belgium -650 Algeria +350 tioned INF Irving Falu and OF Logan France vs. Honduras, 3 p.m.
12. (42) Kyle Larson, Chevrolet, 201.117. PLAY 4 (late) Over 21/ +120 Schafer to Nashville (PCL). Recalled UT Friday, June 20
13. (5) Kasey Kahne, Chevrolet, 200.876. TM 7-1- 2-0 Under 21/ -140 Elian Herrera to Nashville. Reinstated LHP At Salvador, Brazil
14. (18) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 200.842. D ea At Fortaleza Tom Gorzelanny from the 15-day DL. Switzerland vs. France, 3p.m.
15.(15) Clint Bowyer, Toyota, 200.831. uue to eariy deadlines, Brazil -1400 Mexico +800 Agreed to terms with LHPs Kodi AtCuritiba, Brazil
16. (78) Martin Truex Jr., Chevrolet, 200.82. Fantasy 5 and Florida Over21 -120 Medeiros and Carlos Leal, SS Jacob Ecuadorvs. Honduras, 6 p.m.
17. (51) Justin AIlgaier, Chevrolet, 200.73. Lotto numbers were Under2 +100 Gatewood, OF Monte Harrison and C
18. (16) Greg Biffle, Ford, 200.518. POWERBALL unavailable. For those At Cuiaba Matt Martin on minor league contracts. Wednesday, June 25
19. (3) Austin Dillon, Chevrolet, 200.457. 9 33 42 45 54 numbers, please visit Russia -190 South Korea +150 NEWYORK METS Sent OF Eric At Manaus, Brazil
20(9(2) Mao Ambse, ordta, 2.1. POWER BALL oOver 2 +100 Young Jr. to Binghamton (EL) for a rehab Switzerland vs. Honduras, 4 p.m.
2 2 (9 ) C a r l o E d w a rd s F o rd 1 9 9 3 4 P O W E B A I f a o t o c r s e t R i e J a e r
21. (20) MaTt Kenseth, Toyota, 199.967. M oriseeUnder 2 -120 assignment. Agreed to terms with RHP At RiodeJaneiro
22. (99) Carl Edwards, Ford, 199.534. 30 Monday's edition. Wednesday Josh Prevost and LHP Kelly Secrest on Ecuadorvs. France, 4 p.m.
23. (21) TrevorBayne, Ford, 199.518. At Porto Alegre minor league contracts. GROUP F
24. (31) Ryan Newman, Chevrolet, 199.165. riday's winning a d payo Netherlands-2000 Australia +1000 PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES-Sent 3B W LT GF GAPts
25.(47) AJAmendinger, Chevrolet, 200.837. numbers an a tL Over3 +110 Cody Asche to Lakewood (SAL) for a Argentina 0 00 0 0 0
26. (14) Tony Stewart, Chevrolet, 200.457.
27. (10) Danica Patrick, Chevrolet, 200.451. Mega Money: 1 19 23 31 Mega Millions: 7-38-46-49-56 Under3 -130 rehabassignment.Agreedtotermswith Bosnia-Herz. 0 0 0 0 0 0
At Rio De Janeiro LHP Matt Hoffman on a minor league Iran 0 00
28.(12) Juan Pablo montoya, Ford, 200.217. Mega Ball: 16 Mega Ball: 1 Spain -350 Chile +270 contract. Nigeria 0 0 0 0 0 0
29(11) DennyHamlin,Toyota, 199.933. 4-of-4 MB No winner 5-of-5 MB 1 winner $66 million Over 21 -120 PITTSURGH PIRATES Agreed to Sunday, June 15
30.(17) Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Ford, 199.75. 4-of-4 10 $1,588 No Florida winners Under 21 +100 terms with SS Nelson Jorge, OF Eric At Rio de Janeiro
31. (13) Casey Mears, Chevrolet, 199.617. 3-of-4 MB 46 $754.50 5-of-5 1 winner $1 million At Manaus Thomas, 3B Chase Simpson and RHPs Argentina vs. Bosnia-Herzegovina, 6
32.(38) David Gilliland, Ford, 198.593. 3 1 $ Croatia -400 Cameroon +300 Eric Karch, Frank Duncan, Palmer Betts, P.M.
33.(34) David Ragan, Ford, 198.571. 3-oi-4~ 1,030 $100.50 No0 Florida winnersOvr2-4 TeyuakMicKlernd ihel pm
34. (66) Brett Moffitt, Toyota, 198.347. 2-of-4 MB 1,301 $56 4-of-5 MB 20 $5,000 Under2 +120 Clemens. Calledup RHP VancehWorley Monday, June 16
35. (44) J.J.Yeley, Chevrolet, 197.9. 1-of-4 MB 11,316 $6.50 1 Florida winner UnLL from Indianapolis (IL). At Curitiba, Brazil
36. (33) David Stremme, Chevrolet, 197.666. 2-of-4 29,415 $4 4-of-5 363 $500 ST LOUIS CARDINALS-Sent LHP Iran vs. Nigeria, 3 p.m.
38. (98) Josh Wise, Chevrolet, Owner Points. 2 Florida winners As-ros 7, Rays 3 Tyler Lyons to Memphis (PCL) for3.0) Lannett, Chevrolet, Owner Points. a Saturday, June 21
38. (98) Jeoes Chevrolet, Owner Points. rehab assignment. At Belo Horizonte, Brazil
39. (40) Landon Cassill, Chevrolet, Owner Points. Fantasy 5: 2 6 14 1S 23 TmaBy HutnSND G ARS- lcdLP Agniav.IaNo
40.(36)ReedSorenson,Chevrolet,OwnerPoints. 5-of-5 2 winners $114,150.21 Tampa Bay Houston SAN DIEGO P ADRES- PlacedLHP Argentinavs. Iran, Noon
41. (23) Alex Bowman, Toyota, Owner Points. 4-of-S 36 $103 Players should verify winning ab r h bi ab r h bi Troy Pattononthe 15-day DL. Recalled AtCuiaba, Brazil
42. (26) Cole Whitt, Toyota, Owner Points. numbers by calling 850-487-7777 DJnngs cf 5 0 1 0 Fowler cf 5 1 1 2 RHP Jesse Hahn from San Antonio Bosnia-Herzegovina vs. Nigeria,
43.(32)TravisKvapil, Ford, Owner Points. 3-of-5 10,427 $9.50 or at www.flalottery.com. Kiermrrf 4 2 2 0 Springrrf 3 1 0 0 (TL). Noon
Failed to Qualify Longori 3b 4 1 2 3 Singltn lb 2 1 0 0 American Association Wednesday, June25
F() a ed TtQaf 1.Loney lb 4 0 1 0 JCastro c 2 1 0 1 AMARILLO SOX Released RHP At Porto Alegre, Brazil
(83)eRyanruex, Toyotar ai n O the A IR W A V E S Zobrist 2b-lf 4 0 0 0 MDmn 3b 4 0 2 3 Michael Nannini. Argentina vs. Nigeria, Noon
Ollie's Bargain DeJess dh 2 0 1 0 Carter dh 4 0 0 0 GARY SOUTHSHORE RAILCATS- At Salvador, Brazil
Rdrgz ph-dh 1 0 1 0 Presley If 3 1 0 0 Released LHP James Giulietti. Bosnia-Herzegovina vs. Iran, Noon
Outlet 250 results Joyce If 3 01 0 MGnzlz 2b 4 23 0 SIOUX FALLS CANARIES-Signed GROUP G
TODAY'S SPORTS Forsyth ph-2bl 0 0 0 Villar ss 4 0 1 0 LHP Joe Testa. W LTGF GAPts
Speedway, Brooklyn, Mich. AUTO RACING YEscorss 4 0 0 0 Can-Am League Germany 0 00 0 0 0
Hanign c 4 0 1 0 ROCKLAND BOULDERS Re- Ghan 0 0 0 0 0 0
Lap length: 2 miles 6 a.m. (ESPN2) NASCAR Nationwide Series: Ollie's Bargain Totals 36 3103 Totals 31 7 7 6 leased RHP Bo Budkevics. Traded C Ghana 0 0 0 0 0 0
(Start position in parentheses) Outlet 250 (taped) Tampa Bay 100 020 000 3 Justin DallestoWindy City (Frontier) for Portugal 0 0 0 0 0 0
1(5)PaulMenard, Chevrolet, 125laps, 128.7 rating 9 a.m. (FS1) 24 Hours of Le Mans Houston 005 200 00x 7 a playerto be named. United States 0 00 0 0 0
points, E-Archer (1) DP-Tampa Bay 1 LOB- TROIS-RIVIERESAIGLES-Signed Monday, June 16
2. (13) Sam Hornish Jr., Toyota, 125, 104, 43, $36,350. 1p.m. (N )NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: Quicken Loans 400 At Salvador, Brazil
3.(11) Dae Earnshr JrTChroet, 125,107, 03, $21,050. 1p .TN N SCA SrinC pSnTampa Bay 7, Houston 6. 2B-Kiermaier 2 (7), OF Michael Hernandez. at vaor, N
3.(11)DaleEarnhardtJr..Chevrolet.125.107.6.0.$21.050. 11 p.m. (ESPN2) NHRA Drag Racing Ford Thunder Valley Loney (16), Fowler (10), M.Dominguez (11), Frontier League Germanyvs. Portugal, Noon
4. (1) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 125, 112.9, 0, $24,675. Nationals (same-day tape) Ma.Gonzalez (4). HR-Longoria (8). CS-Kier- RIVER CITY RASCALS Signed At Natal, Brazil
5. (6) Brian Scott, Chevrolet, 125, 96.5, 39, $23,325.(sm -a
6. (2) Chase Elliott, Chevrolet, 125, 117.7, 39, $22,850. COLLEGE BASEBALL WORLD SERIES maier (1). LHP Tommy Organ and INF Matt Reida. Ghana vs. United States, 6 p.m.
6.() hae Elitt Chvrle, 25,177,39,$2,80.IP H R ER BB SO WINDY CITY THUNDERBOLTS --Saturday, June 21
7. (8) Regan Smith, Chevrolet, 125, 95.3, 37, $20,910. 5:30 a.m. (ESPNU) Louisville vs. Vanderbilt, Game 2 (same- Tampa Bay Released C Matt Scioscia. At Fortaleza, Brazil
8. (4) Kyle Larson, Chevrolet, 125,124.8, 0, $17,495. day tape) Archer L,3-4 3 3 6 1 3 2 FOOTBALL Germany vs. Ghana, 3 p.m.
9.(3)Ty Dillon, Chevrolet, 125, 99.1, 36, $21,025. 3 p.m. (ESPN2) Texas Christian vs. Texas Tech, Game 3 C.Ramos 3 3 1 1 0 4 National Football League Sunday, June22
10. (10) Chris Buescher, Ford, 125, 96.1, 34, $21,550. Oviedo 1 0 0 0 2 0 INDIANAPOLISCOLTS-Agreedto At Manaus, Brazil
11(24) Ryan Reed, Ford, 125, 79.9, 33, $20,075 Yates 1 1 0 0 0 1 terms with S Mike Adams. Portugal vs. United States, 6 p.m.
12. (17) Ross Chastain,Toyota, 125, 80.4, 0, $13,900. 12 a.m. (ESPNU) Texas Christian vs. Texas Tech, Game 3 Houston HOCKEY Thursday, June 26
13.(15) Ryan Sieg, Chevrolet, 125, 77.1, 31, $19,650. (same-day tape) CosartW,6-5 7 9 3 3 1 2 National Hockey League At Recife, Brazil
14.(26) Landon Cassill, Chevrolet, 125, 73.8, 30, $19,525.
15.(21)JamesBuescherToyota, 125, 72.9, 29, $20,250. 2:30 a.m. (ESPNU) Mississippi vs. Virginia, Game 4 (same- Sipp 2-31 0 0 01 DETROIT RED WINGS-Signed LW Germanyvs. United States, Noon
16.(9) Joey Logano, Ford, 125,120.3, 0, $13,275. day tape) Zeid 1 0 0 0 0 0 tract. AtBrasilia, Brazil
17. (12) Elliott Sadler, Toyota, 124, 82.4, 27, $19,225. MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Archer pitched to 1 batter in the 4th. MONTREAL CANADIENS Signed Portugal vs. Ghana, Noon
18.(19) Mike Bliss, Toyota, 124, 63.1, 26, $19,175. 1 p.m. (FSNFL) Pittsburgh Pirates at Miami Marlins HBP-byArcher (Springer). WP-Archer, Oviedo. coach MichelTherrien to a four-year con- GROUPH
19. (18) Dakoda Armstrong, Ford, 124, 64.7, 25, $19,125. T-3:39. A-26,264 (42,060). tract extension. Traded F Louis Leblanc W L T GF GA Pts
20.(28)JeremyClements.Chevrolet.124.60.5.24.$19.775. 1:30 p.m. (WGN-A) Chicago Cubs at Philadelphia Phillies to (4a eio a F Lou L lanc
21.(20)J.J.Yeley, Dodge, 124, 64.9, 23, $19,000. 2 p.m. (MLB) Washington Nationals at St. Louis Cardinals or Cardinals 4, pick. Belgium 0 00 0 0 0
22.(16)BrendanGaughanChevrolet,124,75.9,22,$18,945. Cleveland Indians at Boston Red Sox N aI SOCCER Russia 0 00 0 0 0
23.(27) Jeff Green,Toyota, 124, 52.2, 21, $18,895. 2aionals 1 National Women's Soccer League South Korea 0 00 0 0 0
24.(22) Blake KochToyota, 123, 52.4, 20, $18,820. 2 p.m. (SUN, WYKE 104.3 FM) Tampa Bay Rays at Houston Washington St. Louis WASHINGTON SPIRIT -Acquired Tuesday, June 17
25.(29) Jeffrey Earnhardt, Chevrolet, 121,42.1,19,$19,270. Astros ab r h bi ab r h bi M Kerstin Garefrekes on loan from FFC At Belo Horizonte, Brazil
26. (25) Josh Wise, Chevrolet, 121, 48, 0, $18,695. 8p.m. (ESPN) LosAngelesAngels ofAnaheim atAtlanta Braves Spancf 4 0 0 0 MCrpnt3b 3 11 1 Frankfurt (Germany) for the remainder Belgiumvs. Algeria, Noon
27.(39)JoeyCase, Chevrolet, engine, 105,39.3,17, $18,645. 4a.m.(ESPN2) LosAngelesAngelsofAnaheimatAtlanta Rendon3b 4110 M.Elis2b 3010 oftheseason. At Cuiaba, Brazil
28. (30) Mike Harmon, Dodge, vibration, 90, 36.4, 16, 4arm. E N L o 1 1 0Mllisyb 3 0 1 0 of the season
$18,570. Braves (same-day tape) Werthrif 4 01 1 HollidylIf 3 00 1 Russia vs. South Korea, 6ep.m.
$850Brvs(a edytp)LaRoch lb 3 0 00 Neshek p 0 0 00 Sunday, June 22
29. (36) Ryan Ellis, Chevrolet, rear gear, 88, 43.4, 15, NBA FINALS Zmrmnlf 3 0 1 0 Rosnthl p 0At Rio de Janeiro
$18,520. 8 p.m. Miami Heat at San Antonio S Game 5 Zmmnd If 0 1 0 ranh p 0 0 0 2014 W world Cup
30.(14)Trevor Bayne, Ford, accident, 82, 73.7,14, $18,770. (ABC) Spurs, Dsmnd ss 4 0 0 0 Craig gf 4 0 2 1 Belgium vs. Russia, Noon
31. (7) Dylan Kwasniewski, Chevrolet, accident, 78, 3:30 a.m. (ESPN) Miami Heat at San Antonio Spurs, Game 5 Espinos 2b 4 0 0 0 YMolin c 4 0 0 0 glance At Porto Alegre, Brazil
68.5,13,$18,415. (same-day tape) Strasrgp 1 00 0 JhPerltss 4 0 1 0 All Times EDT Algeria vs. South Korea, 3p.m.
32. (37) Harrison Rhodes, Dodge, fuel pump, 66, 39.3, WNBA BASKETBALL Blevins p 0 0 0 0 Bourjos cf 3 0 0 0 FIRST ROUND Thursday, June26
12,1 p.m. (ESPN2) Phoenix Mercury at Minnesota Lynx Storen p 0 0 0 0 SMillerp 2 1 1 0 GROUPA At SaoPaulo
33.(23) Jamie Dick, Chevrolet, clutch, 60,44.4,11, $18,315. p0.W LTGF GA Pis Belgium vs. South Korea, 4 p.m.
34.(31)CarlLong,Toyota, electrical, 16, 41.9,10, $12,295. BICYCLING XCedenJp 0p0 0 0 ChoateBp 0 00 0 W L G Bt rea, 4pm.
Jay ph-If 1 11 0 Brazil 1 0 0 3 1 3 At Curitiba, Brazil
35.(35)DenikeCopeChevroletengine,13,35.8,9,$18,266. 11 p.m. (NBCSPT) Criterium du Dauphine (taped) Totals 29 14 1 Totals 31 4 8 4 Mexico 1 0 0 1 0 3 Algeria vs. Russia, 4 p.m.
36. (34)Tanner Berryhill, Dodge, vibration, 10,35.8,8, GOLF Washington 100 000 000 1 Cameroon 0 1 0 0 1 0 SECOND ROUND
$17,375.Crai 0 101 30SaudyJne2
37.(33)MattCarter Chevroletbrakes.8,36.3.7,$l1355 12 p.m. (NBC) 2014 U.S. Open Golf Championship, final round St. Louis 001 000 30x 4 Croatia 0 1 0 1 3 0 Saturday, June28
1 DP-St. Louis 2. LOB-Washington 6, St. Louis Thursday, June 12 Game 49
38.(40)Tommy Joe Mardns, Ford,engine,5,34.5,6,$11,316. 2 a.m. (ESPN2) 2014 U.S. Open Golf Championship, best of 7. 2B-Werth (13), M.Ellis (3), Jh.Peralta (17), At Sao Paulo At Belo Horizonte, Brazil
39.(32) Kevin LepageToyota, vibration, 3, 33, 5, $11,190. the final round (same-day tape) S.Miller (3). HR-Ma.Adams (5). SB-Werth Brazil 3, Croatia 1 Group A winner vs. Group B second
40. (38) Tim Schendel, Chevrolet, engine, 0, 31.3, 4, MOTORCYCLE RACING (4). Friday, June 13 place, Noon
$17,160. Race Statistics 7:30 a.m. (F1) MotoGP Racing World Championship: IP H R ER BB SO At Natal, Brazil Game 50
AverageSpeedofRace Wtatisiner: 195a n. Grand MotoGP Rain W rd haWashington Mexico 1, Cameroon 0 At Rio de Janeiro
Average Speed ofRace Winner: 139.557 mph. Catalunyan GrandPrix Strasburg L,6-5 62-37 3 3 1 5 Tuesday, June17 Group C winner vs. Group D second
Time of Race: 1 hour, minutes, seconds. 12 p.m. (FS1) MotoGP Racing Moto 3: Catalunyan Grand Prix Blevins 0 0 1 1 1 0 At Fortaleza, Brazil place, 4p.m.
Margin of Victory: 0.468 seconds.(sm -a tpe
Caution Flags: 4 for 22 laps. (same-daytape) Storen 1-3 1 0 0 1 0 Brazil vs. Mexico, 3 p.m. Sunday, June 29
Lead Changes: 14 among 6 drivers. 1 p.m. (FSl) MotoGP Racing Moto 2: Catalunyan Grand Prix X.Cedeno 1 0 0 0 0 0 Wednesday, June18 Game51
St. Louis At Manaus, Brazil At Fortaleza, Brazil
LapLeaders: T .Dllon 1; FMenard 2-7; J.Logano (same-day tape) SMiller 62-34 1 1 4 7 Croatia vs. Cameroon, 6 p.m. Group B r aseo
8; TDllon 9-16; K.Larson 17-40; J.Logano 41- RODEO ChoateW,1-2 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 Monday, June 23 Group B winner vs. Group A second
42; S.Hornish Jr. 43-45; K.Larson 46-51; C.EI- Neshek H,8 1 0 0 0 0 0 At Brasilia, Brazil place, Noon
liott 52-56; K.Larson 57-72; P.Menard 73-79; 7 p.m. (FSNFL) Bull Riding Championship (taped) Rosenthal S,1922 1 0 0 0 1 1 Brazil vs. Cameroon, 4pm Game 52
C.Elliott80;J.Logano81-120; PMenard 121-125. WORLD CUP SOCCER Blevins pitched to 1 batter in the 7th. At Recife Brazil At Recife, Brazil
Leaders Summary (Driver, Times Led, Laps 11:30 a.m. (ABC, UNI) Group E: Switzerland vs. Ecuador HBP-by Storen (M.Ellis). WP-Strasburg. Croatia vs. Mexico, 4 p.m. Group D winner vs. Group C second
Led): K.Larson, 3 times for 46 laps; J.Logano, 3plc,4pm timesfor431aps;P.enard, 3timesfor181aps; 2:30 p.m. (ABC, UNI) Group E: France vs. Honduras PB-Lobaton. GROUPeBaplace, 4p.m.
T.Dillon, 2timesfor91laps;C.Elliot, 2timesfor 5:30 p.m. (ESPN, UNI) Group F: Argentina vs. Bosnia and T-ethA-erlands9 LTG GA0t 13nGame3
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C.Buescher, 362; 9. J.Buescher, 361; 10. 12 p.m. (TENNIS) WTAAegon Classic, final (same-day tape) BHmltncf 3 2 2 1 Genneff2b 4 1 2 0 Friday, June 13 Game 54
R.Reed, 333. 2 p.m. (T N I)ATP G ryWeber O final (a edytp) Frazier 3b 4 0 0 0 Braun rf 4 1 1 2 At Salvador, Brazil At Porto Alegre, Brazil
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Wins, Finishes, Top-15 Finishes, Average Run- VOLLEYBALL Ludwck If 3 0 1 0 KDavis If 3 0 0 1 Wednesday, June 18 Game 55
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Saturday at Pinehurst Resort and Country Hoover p 0 0 0 0 At Sac Paulo QUARTERFINALS
Club, No.2 2Course, Pinehurst, N.C. Phil Mickelson 70-73-72-215+5 BE N # Totals 31 272 Totals 3046 4 Netherhands vs. Chie, Noon Friday, July4
Purse: TBA ($8 million in 2013), Yardage: Brendon Todd 69-67-79-215+5 Cincinnati 100 000 010 2 GROUP C Game 57
7,562, Par: 70,Third Round, (a-amateur): Sergio Garcia 73-71-72-216+6 Glantz-Culver Line for June 15 Milwaukee 000 000 22x W L TGF GA Pts At Fortaleza, Brazil
Martin Kaymer 65-65-72-202 -8 Cody Gribble 72-72-72- 216+6 Major League Baseball DP-Milwaukee 1. LOB-Cincinnati 4, Milwau- Colombia 1 0 0 3 0 3 Gm 9inrs ae0inr
Rickie Fowler 70-70-67-207 -3 Ernie Els 74-70-72-216+6 National League kee 3. 2B-B.Hamilton (8), Ludwick (8), Gen- IvoryCoast 1 0 0 2 1 3 Gm4wnev.ae0inr
FAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG LINE neff 2 (15). HR-B.Hamilton (3), Braun (10). Japan 0 1 0 1 2 0 4 p.m.
Erik Compton 72-68-67-207 -3 Billy Horschel 75-68-73 -216+6 at Miami -150 Pittsburgh +140 CS-B.Hamilton (8), Bruce (1). Greece 0 1 0 0 3 0 Game 58
Henrik Stenson 69-69-70-208 -2 Webb Simpson 71-72-73 -216+6 San Diego -125 at NewYork +115 IP H R ERBB SO Saudy ue4At Rio de Janeiro
DutnJhsn 6 -9-0-208 -2 Patrick Reed 71-72-73-216+6 at Philadelphia-135 Chicago +125 Cincinnati At SaturdayJune14rai Game 53 winner vs. Game 54 winner,
Brandt Snedeker 69-68-72-209 -1 Jim Furyk 73-70-73-216+6 at Milwaukee -125 Cincinnati +115 Latos 6 2 0 0 0 4 Noon
Matt Kuchar 69-70-71 -210 E Nicholas Lindheim 72-73-72 -217+7 at St. Louis -120 Washington +110 Ondrusek BS,2-2 2-3 1 2 2 1 0 CoobAt 3rece 0rzlStrdyuy
Brooks Keka 70-68-72--210 E Zach Johnson 71-74-72 -217+7 at San Fran. -185 Colorado +175 MPra1 0 00A3eifBai atraJl
Kevin Na 68-69-73-210 E Kenny Perry 74-69-74 -217+7 at LosAngeles-i50 Arizona +140 HooverL,1-S 1 2 2 2 0 1 hurdayt Jn19 AtSlador Brzi
Justin Rose 72-69-70-211 +1 Graeme McDowell 68-74-75-217+7 American League MilwaukeeThrdyJue9AtaldoBzi
Jordan Spieth 69-70-72-211 +1 Zac Blair 71-74-73-218+8 at Detroit -155 Minnesota +145 Gahhardo 7 6 1 1 2 8 At Brasilia, Brazil Game51 winnervs. Game52winner,
Chris Kirk 71-68-72-211 +1 Stewart Cink 72-72-74-218+8 at Baltimore -125 Toronto +115 W.SmithW,1-0 BS,3-41 1 1 1 0 2 Colombia vs. Ivory Coast, Noon 5 p.m.
Brendon De Jonge 68-70-73-211 +1 Scoff Langley 72-71-75-218+8 at Boston -110 Cleveland +100 Fr.Rodriguez S,21-23 1 0 0 0 0 1 At Natal, Brazil Game 6O
Victor Dubuisson 70-72-70-212 +2 Gary Woodland 72-71-75- 218+8 Kansas City -145 at Chicago +135 WP-M.Parra. Greece vs. Japan, 6 p.m. At Brasilia, Brazil
Frncso oinr 6-1-2- 1 + eugYu oh 7-7-6- 188 Tampa Bay -160 at Houston +150 T-2:55. A-40,507 (41,900). Tuesday, June 24 Game 55 winner vs. Game 56 winner,
atOalnd -15 Ne~ok +15At Cuiaba, Brazil Noon
Gat ury 17-021 3 Pu Csy 7-5-4-299 at Oeafflen -160 exasr +150 $@ Colombia vs. Japan, 4 p.m. SEMIFINALS
Jimmy Wlr 70-72-71-213 +3 Boan Paelt 72-7-75-219+9 a etl 10Txs +5
Jason Dake 73--72---213 +3 Hari Eanglis 69-75-75- 219+9 a tat Interleague Saturday's Sports Transactions At Fortaleza, Brazil Tuesday, July 8
Jasn ay736872--21 + Hrrs ngis 6-7-7 29+ a Alata -150 Los Angeles (AL) +140 BASEBALL Greece vs. Ivory Coast, 4 p.m. At Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Marcel Siem 70-71-72 -213 +3 Danny Willeff 70-71-78 219+9 NBA Playoffs American League GROUP D Game 57 winner vs. Game 58 winner,
J.B. Holmes 70-71-72-213 +3 Billy Hurley lll 71-74-75 -220+10 FAVORITE LINE O/U UNDERDOG BOSToN RED SOX Sent OF Shane Vic- W L TGF GA Pts 4p.m.
Adam Scott 73-67-73-213 +3 Justin Leonard 75-70-75-220+10 at San Antonio 6 (195) Miami torino, RHP Clay Buchholz and 3B Will Middle- Costa Rica 1 0 0 3 1 3 Wednesday, July 9
Rory Mcllroy 71-68-74-213 +3 Clayton Rask 7371-77--221+11 brooks to Pawtucket (IL) for rehab assignments. Italy 1 00 2 1 3 At Sao Paulo
Shiv Kapur 73-70-71-214 +4 AlexCejka 73-71-77-221+11 Soccer CHICAGO WHITE SOX -Agreed to terms England 0 1 0 1 2 0 Game59winnervs. Game60winner,
Lucas Bjerregaard 70-72-72-214 +4 Daniel Berger 72-71-78-221+11 World Cup with RHP Henry Rodriguez on a minor league Uruguay 0 1 0 1 3 0 4 p.m.
Aaron Baddeley 70-71-73-214 +4 Fran Quinn 68-74-79-221+11 Brazil contract. SaturdayJune 14 THIRD PLACE
Steve Stricker 70-71-73-214 +4 a-Maffhew Fitzpatrick 71-73-78- 222+12 Today CLEVELAND INDIANS-Agreedtotermswith At Fortaleza, Brazil Saturday, July 12
Hideki Matsuyama 69-71-74 -214 +4 Louis Oosthuizen 71-73-78 222+12 At Brasilia RHP Jared Robinson on a minor league contract. Costa Rica 3, Uruguay 1 At Brasilia, Brazil
Ian Poulter 70-70-74-214 +4 Kevin Stadler 77-68-78-223+13 FAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG LINE HOUSTON ASTROS-Optioned LHP Rudy At Manaus, Brazil Semifinal losers, 4 p.m.
Keegan Bradley 69-69-76-214 +4 Boo Weekley 71-73-80- 224+14 Switzerland -140 Ecuador +110 Owens to Oklahoma City (PCL). Recalled RHP Italy 2, England 1 CHAMPIONSHIP
Over 2 -105 Josh Zeid from Oklahoma City.ThrdyJue1SnaJly1
Ryan Moore 76-68-71 -215 +S KevinTway 72-72-81 -225+15 Under 2 -115 TAMPA BAY RAYS- Optioned RHP Angel hrdyJn 1 udyJll
Retief Goosen 73-71-71 -215 +S Russell Henley 70-74-82 -226+16 At Porto Alegre Sanchez to Montgomery (SL).SentOF Brandon At Sac Paulo At Rio de Janeiro
Bill Haas 72-72-71 -215 +S Toru Taniguchi 72-73-88- 233+23 France -1400 Honduras +800 Guyer to Durham (IL) for a rehab assignment. Uruguay vs. England, 3 p.m. Semifinal winners, 3 p.m.




B14 SUNDAY JUNE 15, 2014 SPORTS Cimnus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE



3 For LeBron, one simple



question: 'Wynot us?

Associated Press the same.
The Heat -these Heat, anyway
SANANTONJO -Early Sunday evening, haven't been in this situation before. LeBron James will gather his Miami Since James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Heat teammates around him and offer a Bosh teamed up, the Heat have never few final words of wisdom before they try trailed 3-1 in a series.
to extend their reign as NBA champions. Until now
James never rehearses the speech, but "We're not so entitled or jaded that
already knows what the gist will be. we're above having to fight for it, and "Jtwould be inthe range of,Why not us?"' that's what it is right now," Heat coach is broken all the time. And obviously we we've got to find a way to fight and get this know we're against the greatest of odds." next game, and that's what it's all about." A Against the greatest of odds, against Miami took a day off Friday Mario
Associated Press myetegets fSnAtnoSusCamr played with his son, James Los Angeles Kings defenseman Alec Martinez, left, and teammate left wing Kyle Clifford teams, too. Both are very much against watched some film and rested at home, celebrate as New York Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist lies on the ice Friday after the the Heat now, and both are winning. The Udonis Haslem tried to relax with fainKings beat the Rangers in overtime in Game 5 of the NHL Stanley Cup Final series in Spurs are a victory away from their fifth ily Wade, who missed nine of his first 10 Los Angeles. championship, and will go for it at home shots -raising questions about his
Sunday night in Game 5 of the NBA Finals health -went a different way C U PThe Spurs are the 32nd team in NBA He went into the gym, by himself, lookhistor to hold a 3-1 lead in the finals. All ing for answers. W ith M n g 'sec n d 1 of the previous teams have won the title. "I have very good reason that everyC u )"History is made to be broken, and thing could change," Wade said. 'AsJI why not me be a part of it? That would continue to say throughout the season, be great," James said. it's a game-to-game thing."
the W e st's reign continues The Spurs have the same way of thinking. Wade was down 2-0 in the 2006 finals, and
Thytook command of the finals in trailed by 13 points in the fourth quarter Associated Press The Kings and Blackhawks will likely stunning fashion by not just winning in of Game 3 of that series against Dallas. The
be the teams to beat next year, too. Miami, but winning twice -and winning Heat won that championship in six games. The West is best in the NHL -again. "The West has more dominant teams, big. San Antonio won Games 3 and 4 on "You have to pull from your experiThe Los Angeles Kings beat the New led by LA and Chicago, and I think it the road by a combined 40 points, never ences," Wade said, "and know where you York Rangers 3-2 in double overtime Eur- should stay that way in the future," said trailing by more than two in either contest came from to know where you're trying day night in Game 5, giving the Western Anson Carter, a former NHL player and and running out to 25-point leads in each. to go." Conference a third straight NHL chain- current NBCSN analyst. "I don't see There was no talk from the Spurs on That also applies to the Spurs. pion, fourth in five years and sixth in much of a fallout, but I think this kind of Saturday about closing in on a title, or Losing the last two games of the finals nine years. thing just goes in cycles." anything remotely close to that topic. last year still stings San Antonio. That seIn the regular season, the Eastern The East did have a third straight They thought they had it wrapped up with ries was portrayed widely as the Spurs' Conference has also been consistently champion when Carolina won the first 28 seconds left in Game 6 last season last hurrah -an aging team with old stars, overmatched. Stanley Cup in the salary cap era in 2006 against Miami and saw it slip away -so there's no way they could come back
The West won 246 games and lost 202 and it hoisted the coveted hardware five even with a 3-1 lead and being at home from something as devastating as letting against the East during the regular sea- years in a row from 1991 to 1995. instead the road for this potential clinching the 2013 championship slip away, right? son -winning more intraconference The San Jose Sharks and St. Louis situation, it's pretty clear San Antonio Wrong.
matchups for the eighth straight season Blues also racked up enough points in isn't willing to leave anything to chance. The Spurs finished with the best record
-to increase its advantage to 1,064 wins the regular season to finish behind only "They're going to come out and give us in the regular season, and are one win to 914 losses since the 2005-06 season, ac- one team in the East the Boston Bruins, their best punch possible," Spurs star shy of just being the best team, period. cording to data from STATS provided to who won it all in 2011. Tim Duncan said. "We know that they're "Whatever success anyone has is due to
The Associated Press. "When a team wins a championship, back-to-back champs and they've been in a lot of factors,'" Spurs coach Gregg Popovich
When the league emerged from a lock- you try to do what you can to beat those this situation before and they have all said. "Some of it is not even your doing. out in 2006, a salary cap was put in place teams andlIthink inrecentyears that started the confidence in the world that they can Sometimes things just happen. So sucto level the field, yet it's actually been with Boston," Blues coach Ken Hitchcock win these games. So we have to do just cess is a pretty complicated thing." tilting West. said. "The common denominator is hayLos Angeles and Chicago, which have ing strength up the middle with an elite faced off in the last two conference fi- defenseman, centerman and goaltender" nals, have combined to win four of the The Kings certainly were tough to beat last five Cups. up the middle with Jonathan Quick in
"Both of those teams have built pro- net, Doughty on the blue line and Kopigrams with a lot of depth after being ter- tar in the middle up front. rible for a long time," Detroit Red Wings New York, though, did match up well coach Mike Babcock said in a phone in- in those pivotal spots with goaltender terview. "They made good picks and Henrik Lundqvist, defenseman Ryan made the right moves." McDonagh and center Derek Stepan.
The Kings were bad enough to have The Rangers pushed Los Angeles to a the No. 2 overall pick in 2008 and they combined three overtime periods in the took full advantage, selecting defense- first two games before losing and had a man Drew Doughty, who has developed 32-15 shots advantage when they lost into a star They also made the most of Game 3. New York avoided a sweep, winanother first-round pick almost a decade ning 2-1 on Wednesday night to shift the ago, drafting center Anze Kopitar who series back to Los Angeles.has become perhaps the league's best "It's not like we've been outplayed," player that doesn't get a lot of publicity Lundqvist said. "That hasn't been the Likewise, the Blackhawks have built case. They've been good, but I think their team around high draft picks, tak- we've been playing pretty good as well. ing forward Patrick Kane No. 1 overall in It comes down to a couple plays here and Associated Press
2007, one year after selecting Jonathan there. That's been the difference in these Miami Heat forward LeBron James listens to a question during a press conference Toews third overall, games." Saturday in San Antonio. Miami plays Game 5 against the San Antonio Spurs on Sunday.

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Colombia's verve sets tone at World Cup Solo gets
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Brazil Colombia's new A I into a fortress for the team.
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defense with such verve 'AllPekerman said. "TheV n
that they could just have Colombian fans always hS 1EC 3
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Group C at the World Cup. gave them confidence."
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striker Radamel Falcao to re ..as.t scovin rce
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out of the World Cup due possession and defender
to a knee injury, was just Vassileos Torosidis called
one among the thousands hA I "
of Colombia supporters Coach Fernando Santos
who dominated the crowd, Associated Press said his team "lacked conturning Mineirao Stadium Colombia's Teofilo Gutierrez scores his side's 2nd goal during the Group C World Cup centration in the first 10 A into a sea of yellow, tinged soccer match Saturday between Colombia and Greece at the Mineirao Stadium in Belo minutes." with red and blue in the Horizonte, Brazil. 'After the goal we recov- ww
colors of the national flag. eration of the 1990s, led by couldn't quite achieve. "The Greek defense was ered control of the game The fans chanted con- Carlos "El Pibe" Valder- Rodriguez capped a fine very strong, but we were and we could have stantly as playmakers rama, failed to live up to performance by scoring solid and we had patience equalized," he said. "The James Rodriguez and Juan its promise. Now, Colom- Colombia's third goal, to find open spaces and result is misleading t- It Cuadrado sliced through bians are calling the after a neat backheel flick the early goal was a big doesn't show what Si
Greece's defense and 22-year-old Rodriguez "El from Cuadrado. help," Rodriguez said. happened on the field."WWA
helped Colombia get an Nuevo Pibe," or the "New Sloppy defending from Coach Jose Pekerman Colombia will get a Mee
early jump in a group that Kid," and are hoping he Greece led to an early goal commended his team on chance to show the result A
also contains Japan and can lead this group to the from Colombia, with Pablo winning Colombia's first wasn't an anomaly when it Ivory Coast. kind off success that the Armero scoring in the World Cup match in 16 takes on Ivory Coast on Associated Press
Colombia's golden gen- previous generation fifth minute. years. He also applauded Thursday United States goalkeeper
Hope Solo, right, makes a
save on a shot by France
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match on Saturday in
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Off;11 Solo got her 71st career
rtmra04! shutout, Sydney Leroux
Scored a first-half goal, and
400 b the United States women's
.,W team beat France 1-0 in a t i 'kV .friendly Saturday night
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It ihit the post 15 minutes be1* fore halftime. Solo tied
S ,,Briana Scurry for the most
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Leroux scored her team.. leading seventh goal this
season from in-close in the
t ..21st minute.

U.S. forward Abby
Wambach, who has 167 career goals, was not in the
lineup. Wambach hurt her
Associated Press left knee during a NWSL
Italy's Mario Balotelli (9) celebrates after getting the ball past England's goalkeeper Joe Hart, left, and Gary Cahill, center, to score his side's game earlier this month second goal Saturday during the Group D World Cup soccer match between England and Italy at the Arena da Amazonia in Manaus, Brazil. and is listed as day-to-day The match against
Fance was the first for the
Balotelli gives Italy 2-4 win over England was rteamotince Jillto hEllis
Associated Press injury time, running deep into the area and replaced by Salvatore Sirigu. coach on May 16.
enticing Hart to come off his line. The Italy The PSG keeper stepped up and made sevMANAUS, Brazil- Mario Balotelli scored striker stopped, looked toward goal and sent a eral good saves, but the best may have come fr with a second-half header Saturday to give chip over the keeper's head only for Phil in the 77th when he dived to his left to block a Italy a 2-1 win over England at the World Cup. Jagielka to clear by heading the ball over the free kick from Leighton Baines.g ls The Italy striker was left free by his marker bar The match was played in the Amazonian inspires
Gary Cahill and nodded a cross from Antonio England's attack-minded lineup made fre- city of Manaus, the most exotic of the 12 World Candreva past goalkeeperJoe Hart in the 50th quent runs into the Italy area throughout the Cup venues for this year's tournament. Ac- Ivory Coast minute. match, and came close to scoring several cording to FIFA, it was 86 degrees with
Claudio Marchisio scored first for Italy, times. cordig t Fa il lw 61 deres wthe
sending a long shot through a crowded area The best of the chances came in the 24th humidity at a relatively low 61 percent for the over and past a diving Hart in the 35th. Daniel Stur- when Danny Welbeck sent the ball across the mth.eridge equalized for England two minutes later, front of goal but Andrea Barzagli was able to While none of the players appeared to be -a an tapping in a cross from Wayne Rooney slide in and tip the ball up in the air Raheem fected by the heat there was an injury on the The win puts Italy in a strong position to Sterling, who had been running in from the England bench when team physio Gary Lewin qualify for the second round, and leaves Eng- left, jumped for the header but couldn't reach dislocated his ankle while celebrating Sturland with plenty to do in its remaining two it, letting the ball go past him as he tumbled ridge's goal. matches. into the net. England and Italy were playing each other
In the other Group D match, Costa Rica beat Italy played without the injured Gianluigi at the World Cup for only the second time. Uruguay 3-1, giving the 2010 semifinalists a Buffon. The 36-year-old Italy goalkeeper, who They also met in the third-place match at the similarly difficult task to advance, can play in his fourth World Cup if he is able 1990 World Cup, with the Italians also winning Balotelli nearly scored another in first-half to recover from an ankle problem, was 2-1.


Costa Rica stuns


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Japan's Masato Morishige,
Coast's Didier Drogba,
Star Ttke LSu rz right, during the group C
Starsti~ r L~S iu rez World Cup soccer match
-~ Saturday at the Arena PerL cW/ e1d4in wink i/ nambuco in Recife,'Brazil.Ascae
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|Associated Press to slot the ball in from a RECIFE, Brazil --Di1tight angle, dier Drogba came off the
tFORTALEZA, Brazil- It was Costa Rica's first bench to inspire Ivory
~Costa Rica came from be- World Cup victory since Coast to a 2-1 comeback ~hind to stun Uruguay beating China in the group victory over Japan in a 3-1 Saturday at the World stage in 2002. World Cup Group C match
Cup, opening the tough Uruguay started with on.
Group D with a major striker Diego Forlan Drogba, who had been
Upset, alongside Cavani but the carrying an injury, came
Uruguay left star striker 35-year-old made little im- on in the 62nd minute
i Luis Suarez on the bench pact and was substituted when his team was losing
but went ahead when on the hour for Nicolas 1-0.
EdnsnCavani scored a Lodeiro. The talismanic striker's
penalty in the 24th minute. Uruguay --the highest- arrival immediately lifted The Central Americans ranked team in a group the Ivory Coast team and fought back after the break that also includes England Wilfried Bony and Gervand lone striker Joel and Italy --ended their inho scored with headers Campbell drive in a ball disastrous night with 10 two minutes apart. Both headed down by Celso men after Maxi Pereira goals were set up by curbBorges in the 54th to beat was sent off for a clumsy ing crosses from defender ~goalkeeper Fernando injury time foul on Camp- Serge Aurier.
Muslera. bell. Pereira will be sus- Coach Sabri Lamouchi's
; Oscar Duarte dived past pended from the next inspired substitution
..............the outstretched foot of game against England. negated Keisuke Honda's
-Uruguay's Cristian Stuani Suarez is still recovering first half goal that had
~to head in the winner for from knee surgery and given Japan the lead ina
Associated Press the underdogs, and substi- never came off the bench group that also includes Costa Rican players celebrate Saturday after the Group D World Cup soccer match be- tute Marcos Urena added --indicating that the Liv- Colombia and Greece. tween Uruguay and Costa Rica at the Arena Castelao in Fortaleza, Brazil. Costa Rica the third with six minutes erpool forward is still far Colombia beat Greece 3-0 won the match 3-1. left, catching out Muslera from match fitness earlier on Saturday




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Chuck Noll, pillar of Steelers dynasty, dead at 82

Associated Press Stabler scored in the final two
minutes to put Oakland up 7-6.
PITTSBURGH -Chuck Noll, AWith the Steelers down to
the Hall of Fame coach who won fourth-and-10 on their side of the
a record four Super Bowl titles field, Bradshaw lofted a pass
with the Pittsburgh Steelers, downfield intended for Frenchy
died Friday night at his home. Fuqua. As Fuqua and safetyJack
He was 82. Tatum converged on the ball, it
The Allegheny County Med- 104.bounded high in the air for what
ical Examiner said Noll died of looked to be a certain incomplenatural causes. tion. Instead, Harris, trailing on
Noll transformed the Steelers the play, caught the ball nearly at
from a long-standing joke into his shoe tops and raced into the
one of the NFL's pre-eminent end zone for an improbable
powers, becoming the only tuhedpawoudqicl.e
coach to win four Super Bowls.TepawolqucybHe was a demanding figure who come known as the "Immaculate
did not make close friends with Reception."
his players, yet was a successful 7Nol11's Steelers did not win the and motivating leader Super Bowl that season -they
The Steelers won the four lost to unbeaten Miami on a fake
Super Bowls over six seasons punt in the AFC title game.
(1974, 1975, 1978 and 1979), an But, with their roster comunprecedented run that made pleted by their remarkable 1974
Pittsburgh one of the NF~s mar- draft, they finally became NFL
quee franchises, one that champions and did it three more
breathed life into a struggling, times by January 1980.
blue-collar city Still, Noll's best team might
"He was one of the great Associated Press have been in 1976, when the
coaches of the game," Steelers PitbrhSelr oc hc olsie sh n urebc er rdhwwthtedfneSteelers rebounded from a 1-4
owner Dan Rooney once said.Ptsug teescahCukNl mlsa eadqatrakTryBasa ac h ees start to go 10-4 -even with
"He ranks up there with play against the Bengals Sept. 18, 1978, in Cincinnati, Ohio. Noll, the Hall of Fame coach who won a Bradshaw injured and out most (George) Halas, (Tom) Landry record four Super Bowl titles with the Steelers, died Friday, June 13, 2014, at his home. He was 82. The of the season -by playing the and (Curly) Lambeau." Allegheny County Medical Examiner said Noll died of natural causes. greatest stretch of defense in
Noll's 16-8 record in postsea- named Knute Knowledge -as "Respectability? Who wants to Swann, Jack Lambert, John NFL history son play remains one of the best in Knute Rockne -Noll was an be respectable? That's spoken Stallworth and Mike Webster And When all the talent began to in league history He retired in assistant with the San Diego like a true loser" the 1971 draft, though it produced retire, the championships
1991 with a 209-156-1 record in Chargers and Baltimore Colts Perhaps not the most colorful only one Hall of Famer (Ham), ended. Great drafts gave way to 23 seasons, after inheriting a for nine seasons. Then he ac- coach behind the microphone, Noll generated seven starters. poor ones. The Steelers won team that had never won a post- cepted what seemed a dead-end could often be counted on for While the Steelers surprisingly only two playoff games and no season game. He was inducted job in January 1969 as coach of memorable, motivational one- won their opener under Noll in conference championships in into the Pro Football Hall of the NFL's least-successful liners that became rallying cries. 1969, beating Detroit, they lost Noll's final 12 seasons, missing Fame in 1993. organization. Phrases like 'A life of fr-ustration their final 13 games that season, the postseason eight times.
Noll worked so well with Art Rooney Sr often hired is inevitable for any coach whose and their first three in 1970. By "He didn't feel like it was his
Steelers President Rooney that friends and cronies as coaches, main enjoyment is winning," then, some were questioning job to motivate," Bleier said. "It the team never felt the need to and only two of the Steelers' first and "Before you can win a game, Noll's hiring was his job to take motivated have a general manager When 13 coaches had winning records. you have to not lose it" and "The The Steelers' turnaround began people and give them a direction he retired, and was replaced by At the time Noll took over, the thrill isn't in the winning, it's in in earnest in 1970, the year they and get the job done." Bill Cowher only four other franchise was 105 games below the doing," spoke volumes about moved into the AFC after the NFL When he retired, Noll always coaches or managers in modern .500 in its history what Noll was tryingto accomplish. and AFL merged. They drafted said he would never coach anU.S. pro sports history had run Noll, hired only after Penn They went over well in afootball- Bradshaw with the No. 1 pick, other team and he didn't. their teams longer than Noll State's Joe Paterno turned down crazed region of Pennsylvania. moved into Three Rivers Sta- Born in Cleveland, Noll athad. a $350,000, five-year offer, was The day after Noll was hired, dium after years of being a sec- tended Benedictine High
"Chuck Noll is the best thing different from any Steelers coach the Steelers drafted defensive ondhand tenant of Pitt Stadium School, where he played runthat happened to the Rooneys before him He immediately brought lineman Joe Greene. He was the and Forbes Field. They won five ning back and tackle, winning since they got on the boat (to intelligence, toughness, stability, first of the nine Hall of Famers of eight during one stretch. All-State honors, before gaining America) in Ireland," Art confidence, character and a can- selected during the Noll era. The first traditional playoff a scholarship to play for the FlyRooney 11, the former Steelers do mindset to a franchise accus- Four of the others were drafted game in Steelers history on Dec. ers. He was drafted by the Clevepersonnel chief and the son of tomed to constant upheaval and within Noll's first four seasons: 23, 1972, also signaled what was land Browns, Pittsburgh's the team founder, once said. ever-changing personnel. Terry Bradshaw, Mel Blount, to come. The Steelers were in biggest, most traditional rival, in
A former messenger guard for Asked at his first news confer- Jack Ham and Franco Harris. control of the John Madden- 1953. his hometown Cleveland ence if his goal was to make the Four more arrived in the first coached Raiders most of the At 27, he retired as a player
Browns who earned the nick- Steelers respectable, Noll said, five rounds of the 1974 draft: Lynn game, until quarterback Ken from the Browns in 1959.


Springer on the left Alex Presley drew a Crawford Boxes in left
MIICH IGAN RAYS shoulder and walked Jon walk to start the fourth field to get Tampa Bay 1iF hosting
ContnuedfromPageRi ontiued rom RiSingleton before giving inning and chase Archer within 7-3.se cta e t
Conined ro Pa B Cotiuedfrm PgeBIHouston the lead by He was replaced by Cesar NOTES: The series e ctas t
walking Jason Castro. Ramos, who was greeted wraps up on Sunday when
Logano wasn't disputing that to tie it at 1-1 on an error Dominguez followed with a single by Gonzalez. Tampa Bay left-hander P o o o but the point became moot by Archer with two outs with his double to center Ramos struck outJonathan David Price opposes when he ran over somnethingrin when he missed the field, which hit on the Villar before Fowler's two- Brad Peacock ... Kiermaier o u e2
his o. 2 Fod an droped catch at first base. wall just inches shy of the run double to center field had two doubles on Sat- o u e2 all the way back to 16th place Archer slipped and fell home run line, to make it pushed the lead to 7-1. urday to give him 12 extra-stdu because of the cut tire. onto his stomach while 5-1. The play was re- Desmond Jennings sin- base hits in 21 career atstdu
"The 33 was quick and had a trying to make that catch, viewed and upheld. gled with one out in the games, the most in Rays fast race car also. We were and was unable to locate Archer escaped the in- fifth before Longoria history in such a span, Special to the Chronicle going to have a race because his pitches after that. ning by striking out Chris launched his eighth home surpassing the 11 Delhe was catching me a little He plunked George Carter run this season into the mon Young had in 2007. GAINESVILLE -The
bit" Logano said. "Sometimes Florida Gator Ticket Ofyou are the bug, sometimes fice will hold its first-ever
you are the windshield. It is LML1 football select-a-seat
never over until it is over You O P Nevent on SatudayJune 21 think you are in good shape from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in
and you are worried about a Continued from 'Pg BIA Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.
caution more than anything The event will provide
else and then the next thing Only the names of challengers fans with the opportunity
you know you hear it starting changed, but they were sure to to check out the game-day
to come apart." stir up the crowd -and the 400e setup inside the stadium
Busch won his third Nation- emotions. bowl and the premium
wide pole of the year but was Erik Compton, a two-time heart f, seat areas and allow them
unable to repeat his victory transplant recipient and perhaps to purchase new seats or
two weeks ago at Dover Scott the most remarkable story on the upgrade their current
was the highest finisher PGA Tour, rolled in a 40-foot putt seats prior to singleamong this year's Nationwide on the 11th hole for one of his six game tickets going on
regulars, holding his own birdies in a round of 67. He was saqle in mid-July











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The next generation is about to tak over

W live in a small cause on Friday the Chron- One of those recognized have known his parents for was recognized as one of town. icle sponsored an event where was Tobey (Hunter) Phillips, decades. the "40 Under 40." Steve
It's really not a we gave recognition to 40 the official spokesperson I knew Joe Meek's dad and I helped start Citrus town, it's a county And it's of the best and brightest for county government. before County Commis- County United Way back in
~ still small. young people in our com- Tobey used to play on our sioner Joe was born, the 1980s.
In my case, I was born in munity. A special section front lawn in Seven Lakes Megan Fitzpatrick's dad John Hodgkins 11 of Rea large city New York City appeared in Saturday's with our daughter Erin. Spike was one of the top at- gions Bank was honored, That's a big city with lots paper that highlighted the Her dad was the county's torneys in Inverness and and I knew his grandfather of people, but almost no achievements of these up- first administrator and her represented the school the late John Hodgkins.
one knows your name. and-coming young folks. mom later came to work at board. He was a friend when The senior Hodgkins was
Gerry Mulligan In Citrus County many As we gave recognition to the paper Megan was in diapers. Now from Homosassa and
OUT THE people know your name. these young people, I real- Matt Brannen, the presi- she is about to have a baby served many years on the
WINDOW And I like it that way ized an overwhelming fact: dent of Brannen Bank, was of her own.
_________ I ramble about that be- I know most oftheir parents. a friend of our son Jeff. I Steve Lamb's son Justin See) /Page C4
















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Associated Press
Poppies blow near a barbed wire fence May 3 in Geluwe, Belgium. Red poppies were first symbolized as a means of remembrance by Canadian
World War I soldier and surgeon Lt. Col. John McCrae in his famous poem "in Flanders Fields."





'CHEER UP. I WIL





BE WITH YOU YET.'

RAF CASERT,. Associated Press NIEUWKERKE, Belgium Bayne lies alongside other Common- the conflict only sowed the bitter seeds wealth victims and a handful of German that led to World War 11 and more slaughn a neatly clipped corner of the dead, the rows of pristine white tomb- ter And the nationalist tensions that set
I Westhof Farm Cemetery, an stones stretching over rich, undulating off the killing never really died, most re*pastures. Belgium and France are still cently resurfacing in Ukraine and Russia.
Australian family huddled around scarred by over 1,000 graveyards, count- For Kaylene Biggs, misty-eyed after fiPvt. Andrew Bayne's grave. One less bomb craters, rusting gas shells, nally facing the grave of her greatbunkers and trenches that tore apart the grandfather, the war's far-reaching century after the start of World War I, Western Front for four years. legacy makes remembrance all the
the family found closure in homage to a The front line of death and destruction more important. "It isn't until you do
burned through the Alps, Central Europe visit the battlefields that you realize the forebear who had traveled half the world and beyond. It claimed some 14 million huge amount of loss and sacrifice."
lives -5 million civilians and 9 million "Now, it seems so peaceful," she said to meet his death, his stomach ripped soldiers, sailors and airmen from 28 amid the twitter of birds and the faropen by an exploding shell, in the countries. The 1914-18 conflict was so away galloping of a horse.
unprecedented in its scope and savagery The early summer of 1914 seemed just horrors of Flanders Fields. that it became known simply as "The as tranquil to most Europeans. By that
Bayne left his wife, Katie, with four young Great War." At least 7 million troops time, the Bayne family had already been were left permanently disabled and in Australia for two years, hoping to c~ihiren in Brisbahne and a npescient letter families across the globe, mucoh likep build a richer life after toiling for mea-




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Page C2 SUNDAY, JUNE 15,2014 thatpast age which ourfathers abused, and as constantly abusing
thatpresent age, which our children willpraise. "


C )PIN IO N Charles Caleb Colton, "Lacon," 182S
CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE



CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE Missed opportunities by state legislators

EDITORIAL BOARD he 2014 legislative session actions. Our concern for tar- The League has supported
has come to a close and it geted areas that affect all of us protection of Florida's Land Gerry Mulligan .................................... publisher T will go down as a session is our primary objective. While and Water Legacy from early
Mike Arnold .............................................. editor full of missed opportunities. maintaining a non-partisan legislation in
Charlie Brennan ........................ managing editor Those missed opportunities stance on issues can be chal- 1972, the Environmental
include but are not limited to: longing, the League works hard Land and Water Management Curt Ebitz .................................. citizen member 0 Refusing to extend health to study every issue and deter- Act to the current support of a
Mac Harris ................................ citizen member care coverage to Florida's unin- mine a position after consensus Yes vote on Amendment 1 on
Founded Rebecca Martin ........................ citizen member sured our state loses $7 million has been reached. the November ballot: The
by Albert M. dollars a day, and nearly 1 mil- How the League approaches League of Women Voters of
Williamson Brad Bautista .................................... copy chief lion working Floridians are not an issue is in itself a long process. Florida has endorsed a pro"You nzay differ with my choice, but not my tight to choose. afforded the basic health care Every member of the League is posed amendment to Florida's
David S. Arthurs publisher emeritus coverage they need League of encouraged to par- constitution that would protect
and deserve. ticipate in the hundreds of thousands of acres
0 Turning down Women Voters process of "study of land needed to ensure the
SELF-DEFENSE nearly $51 million in GUEST and actiorf'in its en- state's clean water supply and
federal dollars our COLUMN tirety, from the wildlife habitat for generations
state has lost out on adoption of a study, to come. The amendment
an enormous eco- through the achieve- would dedicate one-third of exnomic stimulus that included ment of a consensus, to its ulti- isting documentary stamp tax, approximately 120,000 new, mate conclusion with action. which is paid when real estate In v e s t ig a t ia high-paying jobs. Our mission statement: The is sold, to restore the Ever0 Ignoring online voter regis- League, a nonpartisan political glades, protect drinking water tration which would have made organization, encourages in- sources, and revive the state's the process a lot smoother and formed and active participation historic commitment to protectless costly The state of Arizona in government, works to in- ing natural lands and wildlife even determined that process- crease understanding of major through the Florida Forever h a ra s s m e n t ing paper registrations costs public policy issues, and influ- Program. The amendment
$.83 per registration while the ences public policy through ed- would provide more than $5 bilcost for online registration was ucation and advocacy lion for water and land conser10 S merely $.03 per registration. An example of this can be vation in Florida over the next

0 Continuing to focus on ex- found in the recent study of 10 years without any tax ina lle g a t n panding an alternate education Charter schools and other pri- crease. It would take effect in
system instead of working to vate educational institutions. 2015 and expire in 2035. improve our public schools. In 2012-13, the League initiated While we lament that this legf you leave out the names "There is no doubt in my Private schools who accept stu- a study to better understand islative session has missed opand faces, put personal mind that Mr. Adams has dents on the Florida Tax Credit the oversight of public moneys portunities we are hopeful that
politics aside and ignore used the owner-builder pro- Scholarship do not require that are allocated to charter the next year will provide antesty relations, it just makes vision of the law in the past to teachers to be certified or stu- schools and other private edu- other chance to get it right The sense for a governing body to act in the capacity of a con- dents to take the same stan- cational institutions. The League of Women Voters will initiate due diligence when tractor without being certi- dardized tests as public schools. League recognizes first and continue to implement its misallegations of wrongdoing fied or registered as a On the final day of session, the foremost it is a paramount duty sion and keep a vigilant eye on and workplace harassment contractor" zombie-like legislation on of the state to provide for edu- the workings of our legislature.
arelodged. Adams who is now at vouchers once again rose from cation and that charter schools, The League of Women Voters
the dead and was finally while privately owned and of Citrus County welcomes all Otherwise, if an employee mid-point in his first four- passed, diverting millions of managed, are under contract to interested to our general meet- or employees file suit year term on the county com- taxpayer dollars from public public school districts, funded ings the second Tuesday against the governing body, mission denied the schools into private institutions by the public and must be ac- monthly at the Central Ridge and those officials failed to allegation, stating: I haven't with little accountability. countable to the public. The Library in Beverly Hills. Email act when initially notified, built a damn home since The League of Women Voters League does not support direct us at lwvcc20l3qgmail.com or
the potential for liability is 2011. I'm still in the construc- has been vigilant in our con- or indirect tax credit funding like us on Facebook: League of huge. tion business. I still do all cern for our Florida legislative for private schools. Women Voters of Citrus County.
Now, add the names County kinds of stuff."
Administrator Brad Thorpe As for Administrator
and Commissioner Scott Thorpe's allegations of haAdams, and stand back and rassment, he contends Comwatch the polarization of missioner Adams learned of ffil
public opinion. the building director's cuIn this case, however, only riosity about the contracting legal opinions have genuine arrangement and asked Thorpe merit. to fire Jones before his emOn Tuesday, county com- ployment probationary pemissioners voted 4-1 to spend riod with the county expired. up to $35,000 for an attorney Adams said he didn't feel to investigate alle- the building direcgations made by tor should have
Thorpe June 2 of THEISSUE: been hired in the r:
workplace harass- Board votes first place, given
merit against to investigate the slow construeAdams. Among the harassment tion market.
administrator's al- Thorpe has
allegations.
legations is that the levied a fistful of
commissioner OUR other harassment
sought the termina- allegations against
tion of the building OPINION: Adams, ranging
director, who al- Appropriate from calling for inleged that Commis- decision. investigation based
sooner Adams on rumor and innuviolated state law endo, to being
as it relates to owner-builder derogatory and verbally abustipulations. sive toward county staff. He
While, separately, Commis- said letters of "no confidence" LETTERS to the Editor
sioner Adams has been vocal issued by Adams regarding
- yet unsuccessful in calls senior staff members indi- We cannot survive OPINIONS INVITED here; once they leave, our
for investigations by the State cate "irrational behavior" on economy slows dramatically and
Attorney's Office and the Commissioner Adams part. on tourism alone The opinions expressed in many jobs disappear We can't




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She just sashayed by wearing heels and pearls
oday, please allow seems that apparently I That "Sound Off" call be, even in our troubled Is my stuff overtly sweet? But for now, I need to
me to begin with a might have unintention- gave impetus to explain world. Yes, at times, absolutely bring this episode to
straightforward and ally gotten his or hers. once more what I perceive I live in the same world Our three children, who close.
serious statement Accord- And I quote, "Oh boy, Mr to be the purpose of my as everyone else. I see the now range in age from 37 to My very own Harriet, ing to the definitions of- Fred Brannen, his'Slice of writings. same things. 1 46, have developed a pan- otherwise known as
fered by Mr Webster, a Life' column. Oh man, his My goal is to hear the same cake scale for my offerings. Cheryl, just sashayed by
journalist collects and view of life is so much dif- bring a smile to things. And, at Specifically, how many wearing high heels and
writes about news items, fervent than mine and what the lips of times, my heart pancakes will it take to sop pearls while ever-sowhile a columnist writes I see on TV I'm 65, so I readers as they aches, but I up the excess syrup in sweetly announcing, "Dinarticles which contain guess we're close to the are drinking choose to write dad's columns? A one- ner is ready, dear"
opinions and commentary same age and I grew up their second p r i m a r i I y pancake rating is noticeably
I am not now, nor have I (with a) happy childhood cups of coffee about the good. sweet, a two is sticky and a
ever been, a journalist. in New Jersey with two each Sunday I have no obli- three is dripping with goo. T)-edBrannen, an
I am a columnist a parents (who) seemed to morning. 1 11: gation to do Honestly, I was not of- Inverness resident,
lighthearted and, hope- love each other, went to don't expect to Fred Brannen anything else. fended by the caller's com- has been a Chronicle fully, mildly humorous work, had a sister But this get the laugh- A SLICE There are ments, but neither will I columnist since 1988 and
columnist. guy, I don't know, he's in out-loud guf- enough jour- apologize for what I write. is the author of the
Now, with the ground another world maybe faws that Gerry OF LIFE nalists to re- I will dish it out the same recentlypublished novel,
rules laid out, I will com- like Ozzie and Harriet Mulligan occa- port on the way I have for the past 'At the Bottom ofBiscayne
ment and offer an opinion were, or something..." sionally gets from me, just tragic events and plenty of 25-plus years so long as my Bay. T)-ed may be about a recent "Sound For the record, I am 68 smiles when folks think hard-hitting columnists to health will allow and the contacted atibrannenjr
Off" entry No, the caller and began writing this weekly about the good things that make the readers' blood Chronicle continues to @gmail. com or via didn't get my goat, but it column when I was 43. are, that have been, or can boil. provide space. brannenbookslic. com.


We have a water re- Hot Corner.- ADAMS INVESTIGATION
M EEK sources division that oversees and runs all our water Leave Adams alone Mystified by support Who is accountable?
Continued from PW C1 and sewer operations.
That department does an I'm reading in the paper today, I can't believe on Monday's In regards to the workplace habenefit to our county. The excellent job, and the cus- June 11, in the Chronicle, it's in (June 9) front page, the question rassment article in Wednesday, animal shelter is run by in- tomer service provided by there the commission will spend of the week, "Have you been June 1 1's paper: After 41 years as dividuals who care deeply the staff is exemplary up to $35,000 for an attorney. Hey, following the 'Commissioner a county resident and taxpayer, I about animals and who In addition, we also where's that money coming from? Scott Adams behaving badly' feel that the taxpayers of Citrus
dedicate their lives to have internal divisions And it's about time they leave story?" The intellect of these peo- County are the ones who are being helping them. We have a that ensure your govern- Scott Adams alone. Hey, I've been ple that are calling in saying that harassed. If someone has a disfantastic Extension Serv- ment is able to operate. through that situation as a supervi- this guy is doing a good job is be- agreement or doesn't like someone ices division, where agri- Our human resources de- sor and, believe me, it's not easy. yond belief. I mean this guy, he's else, let's just spend $35,000 to culture solutions and 4-H partment handles hun- If you see something wrong, then not qualified to be dogcatcher, investigate him. What about everyprograms are just a few of dreds of employees, you do; you're going to complain never mind be a county commis- body else? I'm sure there are the great services offered including payroll, insur- about it. So leave Adams alone. sioner. I guess it's just ridiculous plenty of closets containing skeleto our residents. Our His- ance, benefits and many He's probably got his rights too. the amount of people who are in tons in this county. Is anyone in torical Resources Office other issues. We have a Stop the harassment favor of this guy, but it should employment in Citrus County acdoes an excellent job management and budget make another great episode of the countable for their actions anymore?
archiving our history and department that oversees Scott Adams needs to learn proper Daily Show. I'm sure Jon Stewart Why investigate? maintaining our historical all the budgets and spend- protocol and keep his mouth shut would love to come down here treasures. We have a Hous- ing of local county govern- before the citizens of Citrus County again. $35,000 -you say it slowly, it
ing Services section that ment. Our budget end up in a lawsuit for harassment Time for self-evaluation sure doesn't sound like too much,
brings in millions of dol- department does an unbe- of our employees. It's really tiring does it? But when they decide that
lars of grant funds to our lievable job, and has en- reading about his antics every day. I think it's time for Commis- they want to spend taxpayers' county, and works with sured the financial Keep up the good work s ioner Adams to go. He's, in my money to investigate Scott Adams,
low-income residents to stability of our community, opinion, a bully. I believe he who is doing his job granted,
improve their lives. We throughout some of the I would like to make a comment should resign immediately. I feel maybe not so politically correct for
have a Support Services hardest economic and fi- about the investigation of Scott these accusations should be inves- our wonderful county commissiondivision that provides nancial issues in the his- Adams. This is the way to go, com- tigated and if found to be valid, ers, who have done nothing but many services to our resi- tory of our county. In spite missioners. If somebody stands up Mr. Adams should be prosecuted raise our taxes and caused the dents, including a vet- of all the issues we have to the people, disagrees with you to the full extent of the law. Also, people of Citrus County to have to eran's service officer who been through, we have all, wants to bring things out in the regarding Mr. Damato's statement, sell and move but they want to brings in millions of dol- maintained our excellent sunshine so everyone knows what's and I quote, "I stayed out of all of spend another $35,000 to investilars a year for our veter- bond rating, and have re- going on, you all do whatever you can that stuff from the beginning," is a gate him? ans. And finally, we plenished our financial re- to get rid of him. We hope we can copout on his part. If Commis- Adams needs to go operate a transit system serves. Our budget put more like him on the board when sioner Damato does not consider
that is winning awards department has won nu- it comes time to vote again. He's these charges serious enough for Scott Adams is an embarrassthroughout the state and merous awards and hon- been a good commissioner for the him to step up to the plate and be- ment to this community. He must country for its operations. ors throughout the state people of this county. We appreci- come involved, then perhaps he get all his information from "DilWe have developed multi- for their excellent work. ate Scott Adams. Thank you, Mr. should also consider stepping bert" comic strips. Maybe he ple bus routes that enable And finally we have a Adams. Keep up the good work. down. writes it. He needs to go.
our citizens to get around systems management deour community. partment that handles all
We have a Department of our computers, phones and I ask the chair to ap- county knew they had Based on all of the comPlanning and Development all electronics. They do great ADAM S propriately control the moved the road pave- ments I have just stated and
that oversees all building work on a limited budget. Continued from Page C1 administrator and ask ment project approxi- the fact Chairman Kenney and code enforcement op- These are just some of that he be made to re- mately five to six miles accepted political contrierations in our county. That the things your local gov- main professional and from the location ap- butions on March 15,2014,
division does an excellent ernment does every day to accountability on behalf not interrupt regardless proved by this commis- from Brad Thorpe, I feel job providing service to ensure Citrus County is a of the taxpayer of how uncomfortable he sion. it is appropriate that'JJ"
folks who are building great place to live. You, as At the meeting on may feel with the matters 2. They knew the refer- resign as chairman of the houses, needing permits, taxpayers of our commu- May 27, 2014, County Ad- that I make public. ence in the agenda was board because I am not buying land, or developing nity, fund and enable all of ministrator Brad Thorpe There is no "gotcha" in false. confident that the dispute
property. Over the past few these operations to hap- was allowed to interrupt the people's business. All 3. They claimed a between myself and Brad years, the customer serv- pen. We are blessed in our me at least 14 times after county business is public, sewer project as the will be fairly dealt with. ice has increased drasti- county to have hundreds of I was recognized to and the public should feel moral justification to miscally in those areas, and as dedicated employees that speak. I interrupted welcome to be a part of lead and tell falsehoods a local government, our truly care. The employees Brad only after he inter- any government function. to this commission. There ScottAdams represents mantra now is "Thank you are the folks who make it rupted me. I interrupted What did "gotcha" was and is no sewer proj- District 5 on the Citrus for being here, how can we happen and should be the chairman one time, reveal? ect at that time or even CountyBoard of County
help?" thanked continuously for of which I apologize. 1. It revealed that the today Commissioners.
Our Department of Pub- their efforts.
lic Works does a fantastic In addition to all the
job and impacts our com- things above, as a commismunity greatly We have an sion, we are also working
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C4 SUNDAY JUNE 15, 2014 COMMENTARY Cimus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE
The point ofour "40 Under 40" 1916, left Australia four months Bayne could still call for a
event was that this new gener- later and arrived in France stretcher and, before losing conation is poised to take over the from England in March of the sciousness, utter: "They have
Continued from Page C1 government, business, finan- Continued from Page C1 following year, just one indica- got me." He died soon afterward
cial, educational and nonprofit tion of the pace of war a century at age 32.
county school board. institutions in our community. Little did they know that Eu- ago. Like the hundreds of thouMy own daughter-in-law, No longer are the 50-, 60- and rope wouldn'tletthem go so easily. Family archives showed sands expected to come to EuMichele Largo, was one of 70-year-old people running the Both sides had initially ex- Bayne fought at Bullecourt in rope from across the world over those recognized. She just place. The bank presidents, pected a quick war, but it soon northern France, where two bat- the next four years, the Baynes' turned 30 and has been run- county commissioners, car became a deadly stalemate the tles costAustralia 10,000 casual- pilgrimage has been multigenning her own business for five dealers and nonprofit execu- likes of which had never been ties and hardly moved the front erational. Kaylene and her husyears. tives are much more likely to seen. Sometimes tens of thou- line. band Peter also brought their
Trista Stokes, a member of be in their 30s than in their 60s. sands would die in a single day Bayne, like so many millions three children. the Chroniclestaff, was honored. And that's a good thing. Artillery was relentless. Toxic of soldiers, long remained hope- "His children and his wife Trista who was a Barfield When you look at some of the gas was introduced in modern ful as the war stretched into its weren't able to come," said Kayhad many family connections messes that we older folks warfare with devastating effect fourth year The Germans, he lene's daughter Jaleesa, 18. to the Chronicle. Her uncle have managed to make of Because of it, the need for fresh wrote home, "are about starved "They, in a sense, didn't get cloworked as a reporter on my things, it makes good sense to manpower was enormous out and they can't last much sure but we are able to come staff back in the late 1970s. Her give the younger people a and the reach of the British Em- longer" He added, "Cheer up. I here and able to see what they aunt later worked for us in ad- chance at setting a new course. pire was global, will be with you yet." always wanted to see."
vertising and another uncle There are lots of strong lead- It was only a matter of time for On Aug. 19, 1917, a German For Biggs and her family, a helped build the Chronicle of- ers coming up in this county the war to turn up at Andrew shell burst close to him as he trip across the globe to a simple fice in Inverness. It's their time to make good Bayne's doorstep in Brisbane. was on the Ypres front holding grave in a small cemetery has
There are so many intercon- things happen. They are well- Bayne was hardly gung-ho the line close to Messines Ridge, meant the world. nections in a small town that equipped for the job. about the war What turned little more than a molehill, but a "With all this sadness, I am so
you have to be careful about things around, Biggs said, was killer of thousands on both thankful that he actually does
what you say. My sarcasm has that "one day in the street, he sides. The pain and agony were have a grave, somewhere for his
gotten me in lots of trouble Gerry Mulligan is the was handed a white feather," at recorded matter-of-factly in a descendants to go to pay their
over the years when someone publisher of the Chronicle. the time a universal sign for witness report: "The wounds respects," she said. "I feel comwould say: "Yes, I know he's a Email him atgmulligan cowardice. "So he went and were left arm, right of face and forted that his sacrifice has not dope, he's my step-brother" @chronicleonline.com. joined up." He enlisted in June stomach-the latter a bad one." been forgotten through time."


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Allan 'Neal Hole-In-One sponsored by: OI MEli
For tickets or information please call Harley Davidson of Crystal River ... ...
Silent Auction Madeline Markowitz at 352-794-0477 For additional information and to download registration form, see
(Cash or checks only) Margie Harper at 352-795-6790. our website at: www.rollingthunderfl7.com or call John Jolicoeur
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June 19 11:00AM
United Way of Citrus County
CITRUS COUNTY RECYCLES 11 Annual Meeting & Community Report
OiNUSFORADAYAT ICitrus Hills Golf & Country Club

LOWRY PARK ZOO, TAMPA FREE guided tour of three Contact Phone: 795-5483
i SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 2014 recycling facilities in the county June 20-5:00 -8:00 PM
COST PER Meet at 9:45am in the Inverness Walmart Friday Night Thunder
PERSON $48 parking lot (southeast corner closest to Wendy's) Courthouse Square in Inverness
Includes bus ride Registration is required By June 17, 2014 Contact Phone: 352-726-2611
to Tampa & Call 201-0149 t n i
entrance to the Zoo.
Hosted byuJue *94A
Bus pick-up : 8:30 am at the Keep Citrus County Beautiful, Inc. (KCCB), June 20 9:45AM
Citrus County Resource Center, 2804 W Marc Citrus County Solid Waste Division, Keep Citrus County Beautiful
Knighton Court, Lecanto, returning around 6:30 pm. FDS Disposal, Inc. & Citrus County Recycles Tour
Tickets available from Technology Conservation Group (TCG) Starts at Inverness Walmart
Sue on 352-527-5959 Suggested $10 donation
P o eeds be e filing to cover transportation cost. Contact Phone: 201-0149
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June 21
Inverness Farmer's Market
THURSDAY Inverness Government Center
June 19, 2014, 11 AM June21 o 6:00 PM
Rockin' Country on Pine
Main Stage-Main Street & North Pine Ave.
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Join Uson June 1,2014
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509 East Hartford Street Hernando, FL 34442 IN W JIARolling Thunder's Inc. Florida Chapter 7 8th Annual Independence Day
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A PI Participants meet at 8 p.m. at Bird Island,
community invited along riverbank for
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Old Mill Tavern, Homosassa
Historic Courthouse Square j Contact Phone: 628-2669
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A 4_ charge at nursing homes today We
live in Georgia where it would be Q necessary to "liquidate" at least
five years before it may be neces sary to be placed in a nursing home. C.R.
DEAR C.R: The word "revoca1, ble" means you can yank your assets out at any time. Whether that gives you any solid protection against assets being attached to cover monies that Medicaid has advanced is another question one that will have to be answered on a specific basis. On balance, I don't think you are particularly well covered, but you do have the ability, because it is a revocable trust, to change to a will. It gives you more coverage, meaning more protection for your assets in case you have used (at least in theory) all of your assets and then are covered by Medicaid advances, which is essentially what they are. Many seek new homes near cities As to the five-year period, I believe you are correct: Mve years in Georgia is the look-back period. Whether or not you wish to explore but are priced out giving away your assets is quite another matter I very seldom endorse that approach if a better way
Associated Prcss is available.
Seek a competent attorney in
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been a blessing for Tim Nelson. matter
The Phoenix lawyer moved down- DEAR BRUCE: What is the 70
town a few months ago into a new 1/2 age rule? Reader
$389,000 home with a warehouse-style DEAR READER: This is very
floor plan, a Jacuzzi tub and kitchen simple. If you have monies that you
counters made of Caesarstone quartz. wish to put away in a savings plan
such as a 401(k), at the age of 70 1/2, His favorite coffee spot is three blocks away When the Arizona Diamondbacks you will have to start drawing the
play on Friday nights, he can watch money out The government can
postgame fireworks from his deck. ""*w . .... .... .. give you the specific number
amount.
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Nelson has plenty of company choke on this one, is essentially to
calculate, when you reach 70 1/2 Americans increasingly say they prefer to live near the centers of cities and years old, how many more years
towns, where commutes are typically you are going to live, and set the
shorter and culture, restaurants and withdrawal amount so that the
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June 16 Ribbon-cutting
for Citrus Youth Educational Symphonic Orchestra, 4:30 p.m., Crystal River Chamber
Office.
June 18- Business
Women's Alliance of the Citrus County Chamber of Commerce Business
to Business Networking m an
Luncheon, networking .
begins 11 a.m., Citrus
Hills Golf and Country Club,
509 E. Hartford St., Hernando. Sponsored by First International Title. Speaker
Susan Gill, Supervisor of
Elections.
June 23 Ribbon-cutting REALTY CONNECT
for Crystal River Watersports,
4:30 p.m. 2380 U.S. 19,
Crystal River. 119 E. Dampier Street, Inverness /352-341-2588/ FloridaRealtyConnect.com / 9 a.m. to 5p.m. Monday through
June 25 Ribbon-cutting Friday; Weekends and evenings by appointment
for Custom Meds, 4:30 p.m.,
1025 E. W. Highland Blvd.,
Inverness. ealty Connect is a full-service real estate brokerage firm that handles resi- Teri Paduano
June 26 Mixer hosted by dential and commercial real estate. As a boutique real estate firm we have LLC/Broker
Salon Suites by Underwood, the ability to customize our customer service each person is unique.
5 to 7 p.m., 306 S. Line Ave., Our greatest motivation is our customers, and we are inspired each time John Hoffmeister
Inverness. we help them meet their goal. Our services are free and we earn our living when the Broker/Associate
mission is accomplished.
Com m unity Realty Connect was established in 2Oll and recently relocated its office. The office is Bob Baum
located in the heart of downtown Inverness near the terrific eateries, pubs, parks and Associate events where the city holds concerts and events. Realty Connect beats with the heart of the city.
June 17 Affordable TERI Realty Connect conducts extensive marketing locally and nationally to build its client Ellie Scarfone
Housing Advisory PADUANO base. If you are interested in learning more about Realty Connect, give them a call. Broker Associate
Committee meeting,
5 p.m., Lecanto Government Building. Agenda
includes Hardest Hit,
SHIP CDBG, NSP 1 & 3,
Section 8, Shelter Plus CrossFit High Caliber BSPublications
Care and Emergency CrossFit High Caliber 8303 W. Crystal St., Crystal River 305 S. Salisbury Terrace, Suite B, Lecanto 352-341-4769
Solutions Grant. 352-634-5212 crossfithighcaliber.com CitrusCountyLife.com
June 19 and 20
Plantation on Crystal River _Y.
will host the 27th annual
Fightin' Gator Touchdown i..
Club Fishin' Tournament
featuring more than
$10,000 in cash and prizes.
The main event will take .4
place on Saturday, June 21, 1
with winning offshore
categories including I
largest grouper, cobia,
kingfish and Spanish mackerel; and inshore
categories including
redfish, spots, trout and
mangrove snapper.
Registration starts at Chamber Ambassadors Nancy Wheeler, StoreRight
$60 and includes awards Self Storage; Kelley Paul, Wollinka-Wikle Title; Lisa Nash, FDS
ceremony dinner and Disposal; Dennis Pfeiffer, Orkin Pest Control; Mike Buchanan,
tournament hat and shirt. Excel Printing; Karlene Feliciano, Holiday Inn Express; Bill Hudson, ft"
For entry forms, tournament Land Title of Citrus County; Sarah Fitts, First International Title; Chamber Ambassadors Mary Pericht, Cadence Bank;
rules and additional info, Jim Ferrara, Insight Credit Union; Bonnie Hardiman, associate Karlene Feliciano, Holiday Inn Express; Nancy Wheeler, StoreRight
call Ki p Mueller at 352- member; Betty Murphy, Citrus Archives & Computers; Nicholle Self Storage; George Bendtsen, Insurance by George; Mike Buchanan,
303-2842 or visit Fernandez, Citrus Hills; and Jeanne Green, West Central Solu- Excel Printing; Jennifer Duca, Wollinka-Wikle Title Insurance; Lillian
FGTC.org. tions, join Chamber Board Member Gailen Spinka in welcoming Smith, Mary Kay Cosmetics; Bill Hudson, Land Title of Citrus County;
Chauncey Miner, Justin Nadal and Lynne West of CrossFit High Nancy Hautop, Top Time Travel; and Jim Ferrara, Insight Credit Union, June 20 Friday Night Caliber to the Chamber. welcome Kathy Sayadoff, Joanne Crowley and Don Sheets.
Thunder, 5 p.m., Camaros and Corvairs to Mustangs
and Mopars free event. T ] k
Downtown Inverness. More den Duca joins Wollina-Wike Women's
information call 352-72621.Title InsuranceAgnyH LT ad
June 21 Rockin' Country A e c
Pine, 6p.m., Jamie Davis wATollinka-Wikle Title Insur- seven years and is the Chair of F3IiiT ES S gxpo
Band will perform Southern VVance Agency would like to the Citrus County Chamber of
rock and country music welcome Jennifer Duca, li- Commerce Business Women'sba k y re u s
lvendr as wel asm. eera sensed title agent and business Alliance,.a k b e u s
lvend at 7el pam. festva
and wine. It's a country development representative, to The secret of Wollinka-Wikle ]/"ark your calendar the Women's
pub and restaurant crawl ___ its dynamic team. Duca has Title Insurance Agency is LI HEALTH & FITNESS Expo,
route, pick u p pu b crawl worked in the title insurance in- communication the differ- hosted by the Business Women's Alca rd at the Inverness tent. dustry since 1985 and brings a ence between good and great liance of the Citrus County Chamber of
For more information, call lot of knowledge and experience service! Call Jennifer at Commerce, will be back again for 2014!
352-726-2611. jE:NNIFE:R to the company. She has served 352-341-2500 or email This year's Expo will be on Saturday,
DUCA as a Chamber Ambassador for jduca@wollinka-wikletitle.com. Sept. 27, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the
National Guard Armory in Crystal River.
Did your firm participate last year?
Salpseason returns are y u readylJunel16, and choose your preferred
exhibit space. After June 16, registration
Ccallop season opens June Crystal River Watersports Nature Coast Charters Reel Burns Charters will be open to all health-, fitness- and
U28 and runs through Sept. Crystal~iverWaterSportsceom NaturecoastChartersnet HomosassaFishingGuideceom wellness-related businesses and organi24. Book your guide now and 352-795-7033 352-746-9067 352-201-6111 zations, on a first-come, first-served basis.
secure your opportunity to go Florida Manatee Adventures The Port Hotel & Marina Salt Face Charters Chamber members receive a discount.
scalloping with a pro. FloridaManateeAdventures~com PortHotelandMarinacom FishingCharterHomosassacom Details on exhibit registration, excelBird's Underwater 352-476-7556 352-795-7234 352-628-9848 lent sponsorship opportunities and the
BirdsUnderwatercom Homosassa Airboat Tours popular Spa Zone are available from
352-563-2763 HomosassaAirboatTourscom Manatee Tour & Dive Suzy B. Charters the Citrus County Chamber of CoinBlue Water Roamer 352-212-6142 ManateeToursUSAcom 352-586-8068 mere's Crystal River office at 28 N.W.
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Crystal Lodge Dive Center 352-628-2602 Marina & Dive Shop Southern Fishing Guide fo n uiesWmnsAlac
ConcinPlantationOnCrystalRivermcom SouthernFishingGuidenet member.
manatee-centralcom Manatee Cneto35-9211352-422-6838 Proceeds from last year's expo helped
352-795-6798 CrystalRiverManateeToursnet to fund 13 scholarships for young
352-697-0220 women of Citrus County.




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BUSINESS IRS nonprofit compliance matters

NOTES
his olun beinsa srieson om-ated the expense in the same period. GrgP roeatn spliance guidelines as laid down The practice of matching income to reRa James by the Internal Revenue Service Drlreaprt) ficoeoe expense orvie the ri
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confeence 101reverse, expense over income.
conereceAccounting/bookkeeping Herzog
Local registered investment advisor reurm nsSaving transactions
representative, branch owner, finan- rqie et
cial adviser and 2014 executive council Nonprofits can be exempt from cer- NONPROFIT and documentation
member Gregory Perrone recently at- tamn taxes, specifically federal income BRIEFSAlfiaclmtershudav
tended the National and state sales tax. However, IRS has documents describing and supporting
Conference for Profes- established rules, similar to those for each transaction. On the income/revsional Development, for-profit business, relative to account- enue side there will be donations,
-M hosted by Raymond ing and bookkeeping requirements. nual information return known as the awards, gifts, grants, functions that
James Financial Serv- The IRS grants tax exemptions but re- 990. At that time the organization must earn revenue supported by checks, deices. The conference, serves the right to review financial ac- choose the accounting method it will posit receipts, written pledges and
which is held annually, tivities to assure compliance, use. There are some variations in the grants. All must be saved.
offers independent fi- A 501(c)3 organization must keep its information required on the annual re- On the expense side, canceled
nancial advisers the books and records on an annual ac- turn. The differences are usually based checks, receipts, paid invoices and
Gregory opportunity to partici- counting period called a tax year This on the source and amount of revenue bills should be saved. These docuPerrone pate in a broad range is the base period for compliance in received during the first year ments represent the flow of income
of educational sessions and presenta- annual reporting requirements. and expense. They should be entered
tions made by subject matter experts Cahbssv.aculinto a journal so that all transactions
and industry leaders, and also gives The tax year Cahbssv.aculare recorded, backed up in detail and
them a forum for networking and shar- There are two types of tax years. Both isIf the cash basis is selected, income ready for the reporting process. ing best practices with their peers. consist of 12 consecutive months in length. in recorded on the date it is deposited There are charts of account unique to After returning from Washington, The calendar year is a period of 12 con- ina checking or other bank account nonprofits that can be used to organize
D.C., the site of the 2014 meeting, Per- secutive months beginning on Jan. l and Expenses are recorded on the date all transactions. It is best to always keep rone already has plans to implement ending on Dec. 31 of that same year they are paid. In some cases a bill records in a safe place so if the IRS
several of the ideas offered up at the A fiscal year is a period of 12 consec- could be received in one month and comes calling they are readily availconference. utive months ending on the last day of paid in the next month. This method able. Few IRS agents will accept thinly
'This was a valuable experience for me, any month except December As an ex- does not lend itself well to matching in- veiled excuses as to why documentaand I look forward to sharing what I ample, if a nonprofit begins its tax year come with the expense expended to tion is not available, especially during learned with clients and with professionals on July 1 of any year, the last day of that generate the income, an audit. If and when a nonprofit is authroughout the community," he said. fsayeriJue3oftenxyar Should the organization decide on dited, you can be sure there is a justifiPerrone's office is located at 2657 N. fsa eri ue 0o h etya the accrual method, income is able reason that something may not
Forest Ridge Blvd. in Hernando. recorded when earned even if not yet look right on the annual returns.
Accounting methods received. As an example, when a Dr Fr)ederi ck J Herzog, PhD LLC is
Oak Hill celebrates There are two forms of accounting pledge, donation or grant is made (via the FounderExecutive Director of the
methods. One method is called the written notice) but not yet received, or NonProf it Resource Center in Citrus
3 yera nvraycash basis and the other the accrual realized. County The Center helps establish new
Oak Hill Hospital celebrated 30 method. Both record transactions in Expenses are recorded on the date a non profits, files all documentation and
yeas o sevie t th cmmuityon the tax year they chose to use. The en- bill is received, but not yet paid. Even advances best managem ent practices. Fryea ofaservice tout e ommnit 7.Onk tries document when and how income if the bills are not paid during the Dr Herzog can be reached via email: Hiday Hsa Sauda Juener6vnd 7.e Oak and expenses occur After one year of same month received, they are Therzog~tampabayrrcorn or by phone: Hill Hospta sic benervn the8Na existence, a nonprofit must file an an- matched against the income that cre- 847-899-9000.
On June 7, it celebrated its anniversary
with an open-to-the-public Pediatric
Safety Fair conducted by its pediatric
ER. On June 6, Oak Hill Hospital associates, volunteers, and physicians celebrated with an internal birthday party
and recognition of those associates,
volunteers and physicians who have
served since opening day They are:
Physicians Juan Sanchez
Mahmood Akel Fawzi Soliman
Muralidlhar Acharya Richard Springstead
Leonard Cacioppo Imad Tarabishy
V. Rao Emandi
Nazir Hamoui Associates
Niloufer Kero Linda Harvey
Shawkat Kero Susan Leavy
K.S. Kumar Lori Grey
V.P Nagarajan
Clemente Nunag Volunteers
RK. Paul Helena Barnes
Mallik Piduru Sally Kurrelmeyer

Oak Hill announces

relocation of Outpatient

Rehabilitation Services
Oak Hill Hospital announces that effective June 23, its outpatient rehabili-. .........
tation services will be relocated to
11307 Cortez Blvd. on the west side of
the Oak Hill Hospital campus.
Associated Press
Shely BrndtA cellphone tower inside the bell tower, rear right, is seen over the Resurrection Lutheran Church on Tuesday in Ankeny, Iowa.
As wireless companies fill gaps in their networks, many have sought to camouflage the ungainly outdoor equipment that carries promoted to director the nation's daily diet of calls, text messages and data.

of Case Management
Oak Hill Hospital announces the Asthey expand, wieless compames
promotion of Shelly Brandt, RN, BSN,
as the director of Case Management.
Brandt was promoted from her position as director of Advanced Clinicals. li
Brandt has been a nurse for 10 years pu up m r se lh tws
sary at Oak Hill Hospital in July She Associated Press So-called stealth cellphone towers eyesore. The pastor said that would not
began her career at Oak Hill Hospital have been around for more than two happen.
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spayed, indoor Become a driver for #14-64 trained as FAA TURN KEY, $29,000. UP! 352-564-8179
To good home, & ivena ioe Enterprises. certified Aviation (352) 447-1244 WASHER OR DRYER
(352)Hourly & Live-in, Please visit our Earn $800 per week! Develops and Technician. Financial $145 ca. Reliable,
( 75 1 flexible schedule. website: Local CDL Training. maintains relations aid for qualified Clean, Like New, Excel
LOVING CARE www.eckerd.ora 1-877-214-3624 with HUD and other students. Housing and
__ social service agen- Job placements Guar.Free Del/Set up.
P/T MARKETING Framers/ $15 hr cies. Must have a assistance. Call (352)263-7398
U-PICK REP NEEDED: (Ocala) working knowledge Aviation Institute of ALL STEEL WHIRLPOOL
BLUEB I E I NEEDE :(O alaof the Microsoft Maintenance
BLUEBERRIES IMMEDIATE Office Suite of Prod- 844-210-3935 BUILDINGS DISHWASHER
11111111 Misty Meadows NEED FOR CNA'S Local Respiratory Seeking experienced uctslike new, $150
Tell that special Blueberry Farm & HHA'S IN company seeks a framers, start immedi- (352) 746-2932
Open Thursday LAKE/SUMTER highly motivated ately $15 an hour and $1e.88 hourly. AIRLINE JOBS
person through Sunday COUNTY AREAS person to call on up depending on expe- Excellent benefits.
"Happy Birthday :0a o70 mHsias&rience & knowledge. START HERE -Get
wit a classified 7-00 am to 7:00 pm Hospitals & Weioffer&benefitsgto ALL APPLICATIONS gained as FAA i
$3.50 per pound CNA's with Hospital, Physicians. We offer benefits to ALL APPLITED tined Ava on
ad under Happy (352) 726-7907 Nursing Home, Applicants must include health, dental, ONLINE ps ED chn catn I DESK/ DRAFTING
Notes. Deto o Psych have excellent vision, 401 K, life ONLINE: please visit Technician. LIGHT Adjustable arm,
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Call our ClassifiedHHA's with Home personality, available. Please You can also visit Housing and Job 130 MPH
Cal o r dta is Lost l Ha th e e pr a ty-come in and fill out an one of the local placement assistance. 25 x 30 x 9 (3:12 pitch) $25 352-382-3650
2531t NWeiec 35tha Streeteve Librrie or the ofl Mantnac 2-an GrgDos
Dpt for details Lost Black Labposiio application at: Citrus County Call Aviation Institute Roof w/Overhang,
32-563-5966 Female, 12 yrs. old position hedules at:
gray face Please call *Flexible Schedule 2531 NW 35th Street itraris Couthe 84of 033 1aneac Ent ry doorvns,
Pine Ridge Area 352-432-0080 *Hourly rate plus Ocala, Fl. 34475. Citrus County 844-210-3935 1 Entry door, 2 G-vents
(Humancommission Between 8am-5pm. Da re4" Concrete Slab. Craftsman Router Table
Pine RidgaAe PLEASE CALL FOR Drug free workplace Department, BE THE 1st Medical $13995. INSTALLED & Skill Router #1835 1
SLost Calico Cat INTERVIEW. must pass drug test. 3600 WSovereign Alert Company 30 x30 x 9(3:12 pitch) 3/4hP 352-663-1799
Path, Suite 178, in your area 2-9 x 7 Garage Doors asking $50 both
Tri Color MEDICAL BILLER 352-344-9637 Lecanto, FL 34461 Owning your own 1 Entry Door, 2 G-vents
EXERCISE CYCLE Purple Collar The Citrus County to apply online, local distributorship 4" Concrete Slab GENERATOR
Weslo Pursuit G38 with Hampton Pt. Exp. req'd for very REVIEW Mosquito Control We do 70% of the 15.995 INSTALLED 3550Watt, 7HP, Troy
battery console-Like Sub Dividsion busy medical office. District Is accepting This job is open until work Unlimited 40x40x12 (3:12 pitch) Built/Briggs & Straton.
New $40 352.382.0829 (352) 344-4445 Computer skills a APPRAISER & applications for: Friday June 20, 2014 $ return. Investment Roof w/Overhang On cart w/wheels.
INVERNESS LOST CAT must. Incld's benefits. FIELD APPRAISER Mosquito Control EOE/ADA required. Free Call 2-10x 10 Roll-up Doors Brand new. $200 cash.
3222 E. Crown Moving, Large Gray Siamese Fax Resume to: Technician I (844)225-1200 1 Entry Door, 2 G-vents (352)344-9449
any reasonably offer. w/ white paws & blue (352) 563-2512 obtain an app. at 4" Concrete Slab PNEUMATIC TOOLS
Tons of Plants too! eyes. Last seen in Mini www.citruspa.org Public Health Pest Retail Manager T27995 Installed DRILL AND BUTTERAll week 613-5818 Farms, North Myers Sq. click on employ- Control Certification wanted for TRAIN FROM HOME + A local Fl. Manufact. FLY RATCHET $10
LINCOLN (352) 489-9960 Nurse ment tab for info is necessary within 6 Labels-Crystal River + We custom build- EACH OR $15 BOTH
'01, LS, 1 owner, gar- LOST DOG Practitioner & PA months of employ MlerJOHN 419-5981
age kept, 142k hwy mi Black Pekingese, w/ R ment. A detailed store forteens & ACCOUNTING We
Must See! $3,500 obo hot pink tail. Answers Needed for busy jobdescription & young adults. Exp. ASS'T, CUSTOMER F Meets & exceeds PRESSURE WASHER
(352) 345-6499 to the name Black. family practice application can be w or ur SERVICE NO 2010 F. wind codes. Mac 1000. Excellent
MISC GOLF CLUBS Missing since 6/6/14, Medical Office in obtained at the NEEDED. HS/GED engineered drawings 352-410-1072
(M) Drivers: Calloway downtown Inverness. Citrus County. BAR/REST MNGR. Citrus County P/T Sales NEEDED TO APPLY. All major credit TOOLS-All used lightly.
Big Bertha War Birds REWARD 352-476-3134 Please Fax Resume Mosquito Control Sullivan and cards accepted Bostitch Framing Nailer
to: 352-746-3838 Needed for large District Head- Associate Cogliano Training METAL Structures, LLCCramn
Lost male cream col- Tiki Bar and Country quarter's Office, positions available Centers. Li6- -91 Router/Case $50, B/D
9.5 degree; Bazooka 9 ored cat with blue collar. Club Restaurant. or our website, www at Labels-Crystal 1-800-451-0709 S# CBC 1256991Dealt Gi" Imac
degree; Dunlop Flame Area by Dan's Clam in Must have mgmt .citrusmosquito.org River Mall. Flexible State Certified Dewalt $5 Impat
10 degree; Tour Tech CR. Please call exp, great personal- 968 N. Lecanto Hwy. schedule; weeknds. Building Contractor Wrench $75, Dewalt
10.5 degre: $10 ca. 302-7430 ity, high energy & ex- Lecanto, Fl. 34461 Apply in Person at www. metal Palm Sander $15,
Confidence i od excellent customer (352) 527-7478 Key Training Center, I structural Sander $10.
(BetaTifrgrede 21 service skills. Bet: 7:30 am-4:30pm 5399 W. Gulf to Lake Craftsman Sander $10.
degree) $10. Send Resume to weekdays. Deadline Hwy. Lecanto FL Jumstart your Career 352-212-5286
352.382.0829 Accountant/ careers@cltrushls, to receive applica- EOE* in Healthcare!
MISC GOLF CLUBS Office Manager com or apply at tions will be 4:30 pm 4 wk CNA prep course
(W) Perfect Club; Citrus Hills Golf on Friday6/20/2014. $150. (352) 503-7131
MacGregor 3 wood; For full charge & Country Club The Citrus County SUMMER WORK 1 1 CHILDS TOY
Cobra Offset 3 wood; bookkeeping and 505 E Hartford St, Mosquito Control FLAT IRON WITH HOT active subwoofer
Nancy Lopez 17 deg 3 office manage- Hernando, FL 34442 District is an equal GREAT PAY! PLATE 3.5x2"x2 $40 $5.00
wood $10 ca; (4) putters ment. Must have opportunity em- Immediate FT/PT OBO 352-270-3527 352-419-4464
$5 ca. 352.382.0829 the ability to multi- player and does not openings, customer CENTER SPEAKER
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task efficiently and Help, apply within: discriminate on the sa pplr ll train A d e w whel FOR H E THARE
GOLF CLUBS & BAG Mini. Dachshund meet deadlines, between 2p and 5p basis of race, color, conditions apply, all E NOW 4 drawer w/whee 5 Danish SEAS CoAxial,
(M) Titleist DCI Irons: Last seen in area Requirements Fat Boys BBQ national origin, sex, a3527,ClA PEN LI $300 150, Ported Solid Oak
steel shafts: 3-7; 9; PW 581 & Highlands include a B.S. in Crystal River religion, age or disa- **352-503-4930** Atlew/Lampn$100.l HIFI SPEAKER KIT
$25. alloway $2 H2 Inverness A c u tn ,blyiem o m ntC s t lo vCall 352-344-0101 a,8nh 5W t
Graphite Irons: 3-9; PW: on 5/26/14 Finance, or related 4 or the provisions of TECH,Part time Day & Night School 2-Way, inch 85Watt
$25. MacGregor Per- Call (352) 436-7787 field and profi- services. Preference ANTIQUE IRON SKIL- woofers, Silver Wire,
simmon Woods: 1-5 Call (352) 436-7787 ciency in will be given to For Upscale Pet Barber LET CHILDS TOY 4" X Nuance Tweeters, New
$10. 1925 Mashie; Missing Puppy QuickBooks and veterans. (A copy Resort In Lecanto Night School 2 X 2.5" MFG JOHN $75 341-0450
mid-Mashie; Spade Male, long haired Office 365. Averitt Express of the DD-214 must Must be flexible, WRIGHT 352-270-3527 STEREO RCA am/fm 5
Mashie & #2 Long Iron: Gold Chihuahua Resumes may be New Pay increase be provided), nurturing, experienced Massage disc, cassette player
$25. Titleist Tour Cart lost in the vicinity of forwarded to for Reginal Drivers! (352) 513-4817 Day & Night School with 2 speakers. $55
Bag w/head cover: $10. Palmer Ave, kokeefe@ 40 to 46 CPM + Manatee Tour 352-503-7675
352.382.0829 Homosassa b-scada.com. Fuel Bonus! Captain Wanted TOWER HAND Nail & Skin Care TV STAND for
StumpGrinding cheap (352) 628-2483 Also, Post Training Day School LCD/LED TV w/Glass
avg cost $25-18"stump Pay increase for pay is Starts Weekly BASEBALL CARDS Shelf for A/V equipment
volume disc. over 5 Students! $80. per tour Starlina at $10.00/Hr. Over 1100 upper deck $45 Call 212-2961
call Rich 352-586-7178 Animal Services (Depending on 25 ton Masters Building I 1993 series baseball
Director Domicile) Communication cards $75
Announcement Get Home 352-777-1796 Towers. Travel, Good NAILS 631-353-1731
Free [' vi" e #14-66 EVERY Week + Pay & Benefits. OT, Night School
Excellent Benefits 352-694-8017, M-F Mn-Tues-Wed 5P-gP COLLECTIBLE ART
BUYING JUNK CARS Develops, prepares CDL-A Required WORKS, 3 rare pieces COMPUTER MONITOR
Running or Not and monitors the 888-362-8608 p Campus Locations- including The Beatles. inch Viewsonic LCD
CASH PAID-S300 & UP department Apply @ Traffic Signal NEW PORT RICHEY Can send photos by Widescreen, for PC or
(352) 771-6191 budget reviews AverittCareers.com Automotive Tech Technician SPRING HILL email. All for $275 firm X-BOX includes cable
(352)7716191andgeapproves Elrt't A v T h Announcement BROOKSVILLE (352) 726-1076 $100 341-0450
FREE REMOVAL a Equal Opportunity & Tire Service. #14-65 (727) 848-8415 DELL LAPTOP STAND
Appliances, AC Units expenditures, coor- Employer & PR01X DOCKING
Pool Heaters, Lawn donates banking Females, minorities, Apply Firestone City Observes all STAT. set up for easy
Tractors 352-270-4087 funds, acts as liaison protected veterans & Tire of Inv. 441 Hwy. common safety START A CAREER desktop computing
with budget staff indivdiuals with 41 S., 352-726-5118 practices associ- $25 352-382-3650
k and clerk's auditors, disabilities are __i IN A YEAR APPLIANCES, like new VINTAGE NINTENDO
Oversees customer encouraged to apply acted with vehicle VINTAyE stoves,
Tlh ace. Requires CASUAL operation, traffic washers/dryers, stoves, HANDHELD GAMEBOY
Taurus TellthatspAssociate's degree EXP. MECHANIC GROUNDS control and equip- bridges 30 day warranty Comes with 10 games.
person in animal science, ment operation In- Your W world trade-ins, 352-302-3030 $60.00 352-364-6704
Metal Hapy Birthday business, account- /BOAT RIGGER MAINTENANCE stalls, maintains and D rtradene, $000 352-364-6704
Recycling Best Prices Wit a classified ing or public admin- WORKER repairs highway sig- Dryer, Kenmore, $100 WIFI ROUTER CISCO
for your cars or trucks ad under Happy istration and 4 years Extension Services nal systems, includ- Stove, frigidare $125. LINKSYS E1200 *iHas
also biggest U-Pull-it Notes. of budgetary and in Hours vary, ing wiring, conduits, Can deliver less N, Mac or PC, $30
with thousands of vehi- Only $28.50 supervisory experi- .$802 hourly poles, signal heads, for a fee. 341-0450
cles offering lowest price includes a photo fence; or Bachelor's Person at controllers, switches, (68 617-5560
for parts 352-637-2100 C for drti 9usry and 2 years 1 Maintain Extension and vehicle detec- 8 6
i Dept frdtis olydescribed, or Marine Landscape garden $13.46 hourly. JDreL.Cpct
352-53-596 an equivalent com- in Lecanto. Excellent benefits. White, Very Good Ford Diesel Tractor
I II II I bination of educa- 3120 S. Must be at least ed Condition $300. both Model 2000
Fretotann n/r18 years of age. ALL APPLICATIONS or $175 ea with Bush Hog Finish
2 All White Kittens, experience. Pay SrosCaulabrMTBEUMIED(352) 795-3825 after Mower $6500.
Blue eyes iLjL J range $1,969.38 Blvd applications may ONLINE: 12 noon before 8pmo (352) 726-8336
1 Male 1 Female -$2,954.09 B/W. be completed for more information
weeks old Starting pay DOQ. Homosassa, on line at www. please visit our
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ENTERTAINMENT LAWNMOWER CAMCORDER WINDOW TREATMENT One Standard "NEW'ACOUSTIC ELECTRIC GUITAR
BIG MEN'S UNIT Very nice 4 foot Honda HRA 214 Self CELL PHONE Panasonic Camcorder Custom Cornice, Wheelchair, GUITAR HARD First Act $35
RECLINERS c MTRL X1
light brown, not a unit. Space for 27 inch Propelled/bagger. Runs MOTOROLA WX416 with case $95.00 12"x72" Beige, pleated 2nd is a lightweight CASEDREDNAUGHT 3524194464
t rt.v. $100.00 well. $90. 352410-1072 NEW with belt clip case Excellent Cond't. with piping. $35.00 portable wheelchair, SIZE FENDER LOGO
matched pair, exc. 2 5-3235 ROGUE RESONATOR
352-344-5311I$25 352-382-3650 352-746-5421 352-621-7586 both for $150. obo $50 352-601-6625 GUITAR, Dobro Lap
cond. 3 yrs. old Patio Payers (352) 46-135 GUITR, Dara La
$450. pair or sell sep. tTHIS OU 6 x 9, 6 x 6, 6 x3 Char-Broil (5)7610 "NEW"LUNA GYPSY Hawaiian. Sunburst
no reasonable offer THIS 185 pieces Will Split Lot Outdoor Grill, E L finish, great sound.
refused (352) 527-4352 HIGH END FURNITURE $110 (352) 257-3288 Infrared, Cooking, SPALTED MAPLE fi es only
2 Light Oak Swivel full tank propaine, ENCde te. Del
warms, *SALE*, 2ND TIME RAKES 36" aluminum 4 TIRES many new accessories Electric ACOUSTIC $100 due to health. Deluxe
w/rmAROUND RESALES landscape rakes, linedcase-6floo
never used, bought 270-8803, 2165 Hy 491 1 for $30 or 2 for $50, 215 55 R16's $200. (352) 465-2459 Wheelchair "NEW" 6STRING 352-601-6625 stand, $300.
from Town & Country Excellent Tread $100 Folding Pet Crate Pride Jet 3, Ultra BANJO BEAUTIFUL "NEW"LUNA GYPSY (352) 726-1076
$175. King Sz Tempurpedic 631-353-1731 352-341-0871 excel. condition $650. MIRROR MAHOGANY SPALTED MAPLE STUMPF FIDDLE custom
(352) 8601519 MatTress & Foundation Hardly used $45 (352) 249-4475 FINISH, PRO SETUP GRAND CONCERT hand made from
3 Pc. Floral Couch Set, negotiable f lBxe Wht 160 l T le ox2 860-159 MOBLITYSOOTER $100 352-601-6625 ACOUSTIC $100 olden days. One of a
gently used, $995. 5 Boxes White Wall Tile (352) 860-1519 MOBILITY01-625ACOUTTER10
$ P0. ( al 7 4 6 -6 2 58ng o i a l e 4 "x 4 1 6 0 p c 's p e r b o x M O B I L I T S C O E Rl e a y s g r e a W a s
$150. (352) 746-6258 covers 90 sq.ft, $200. GEVALIA COF- Pride Jazzy Select 6 "NEW" FENDER 352-601-6625 kind, plays great. Was
Dining Room Table LIVING RM LOUNGER, BUTTERFLY BUSH for all. 3 Boxes 6"x6" FEEMAKER 2-8+ cup, Red Mint Condition. ACOUSTIC featured on TV even$150. Brown, SEEDLINGS Nanho Red-clay Floor Tile black, lidded carafe. Only used 2 Hours.$700 GUITAR,SUNBURST ACOUSTIC GUITAR ing news & Citrus
LAUREL RIDGE microfiberCLEAN! Like Blue, orBlack knight, 42 pc's per box, Like new. New units Cash 352-344-9449 FINISH FULLSIZE,$100 Crafter model D-18 Chronicle, $200 firm
(352) 527-4484 New! $90 352-860-0444 10 for $10, Inv, Off covers 31 sq.ft. $60. $50*. $20. 527-2598. MOBILITY SCOOTERS 352-601-6625 $100 352-4194464 (352) 726-1076
ANTIQUE MANTLE Living Room Set Croft 613-5818 (352) 465-1892 HEPAAIR CLEANER Pride Legend XL 4 "NEW" FENDER LAP STEEL, SX LAP STEEL
CLOCK, with chimes, 1 Sofa & Love Seat MEXICAN PETUNIAS Portable Honeywell Wheel Red with ACOUSTIC STUDENT/TRAVEL 3/4 W/GIGBAG "ALMOST
$100 2 End tables -glass top Pink & Purple 21 Boxes Floor Tile enviracaire with filter. Umbrella Attachment. GUITAR,SUNBURST SIZE ELECTRIC, PER- NEW"&FREE POW(352) 637-9611 1 coffee table-glass tp in 4 inch pots White w/gray streak $40. 352-410-1072 Mint Cond. $900. Cash. FINISH FULLSIZE,$100 FECT FOR LEARNING ERED SPEAKER/AMP
BEIGE ITALIAN 2 Lamps w/glass base 10 for $10 Off Croft 12"x1 2", 10 per box 352-344-9449 352-601-6625 $45 352-601-6625 $100 352-601-6625
LEATHER SOFA, 1 Entertainment cntr 613-5818 252 sq. ft $150. OAK ROCKING DOLL
LOVE SEAT AND 53"W, $500 for All (352) 465-1892 CRADLE $49 HAND
CHAIR $30. (352) 57-8418 CRAFTED E-MAI
CHAIR $300. (352) 527-8418 2014 TOYOTA CAMRY PHOTOS INVERNESS
Telephone MATTRESS Y I FLOOR MATS tan 419-5981
352 746 9321 Queen size w/ Memory brand new OEM factory
fatopr. Nice/clean, brnPe EMfcoy ATIO DINING TABLE
Beveled Glass Table foam topperNc/la retail $229 sell $100
only used in guest ro VT I U ICIR 3' ron legsglass
w/4 itpadded cba irs $75. 352-322-1154 (352)270-3527 top Patio or DR $35
on casters, Queen Bed HIHEDFRIUE Aluminum Truck Tool- YBo32u703
$125. obo $150 SALE*, 2ND TIME box, Lg Parrot Cage, POOL EQUIPMENT
(352) 465-2237 End/Coffee Tables AROUND RESALES New Rascal Electric Intex pool pump. $70. 4r
C $60 270-8803, 2165 Hy 491 Mobility Scooter R6300 Ladder $20. Float chair
COMFORTS OF HOME LAUREL RIDGE call (786) 523-4637 $10. 352-410-1072
USED FURNITURE (352) 527-4484 3222 E M
comfortsofhomeused 3222 E. Crown Movin PURETANE- U.S.
eusd ECINR LRG ALACESyr, stvesnew
furniture.com Light lae any reasonably offer. waes likes, MADE N-BUTANE 300
-352-795-0121 n Light Brown Well made Tons of Plants too! washes/d ranty ml can $13/12 cans
no pets or smoking. All week 613-5818day war $100. Taste the differCOUCH W/2 RECLIN- $150. 352-628-3507 trade-ins, 352-302-3030 ence! 352-726-6162
ERS Nice cushy, cen- RECLINER Lazyboy, INVERNESS
ter folds down. 7 ft. blue material, Sat & Sun 8 to? RATTAN
VG condition. $95 excellent condition. $50. MULTI-FAMILY V TI lS OUT! OCCASIONAL TABLE,
613-5818 352-410-1072 MOVING SALE Glass top, 28" long, 22"
DESK, French SOFA TABLE tools, furniture ******* wide, 20" tall, Ornate.
Provincial, with chair, Use behind sofa to many items!! $25 (352) 465-1813 1
exc. cond., $65. divide the room. Dark. 301 Seminole Ave GENERAL SHUTTERS 3 Sets of
ROCKING CHAIR, Glass inserts on top. I Indoor & Outdoor
white with gold, $50 $35 Ruth 352-382-1000MERCHANDISE Wooden Shutters with
(352) 637-9611 TRADE IN MATTR SPECIALS Hinges. $95.00. Ex.
DINING ROOM SET SETS FOR SALE New microwave Cont't. 352-746-5421
Picklewood Color Starting at $50 $50. obo t SMALL SPEAKERS W
$225 OBO King, Queen, Full, Twin (352) 527-6655 2 Speakers 5 inch Very
(352) 503-2823 Very good condition good condition. $35.00 C
DISPLAY CABINETS 35-621-4500 6 lines 352-746-5421
352-621-4500 10 days Classifieds
Set of 3 matching dis- TiBeCmltup to2iesToro 21 Super' play cabinets. 6"5"X with headboard BranoNamClohingRecycler Lawn Mower
32"X 16". $200. 1) Mir- and footboard Brand Name Clothing In Print /
rored display cabinet $125. includes by piece or bundle * * * used twice pd $550.
with 4 glass shelves. Extra Free bed (352) 489-3068 se d0, s ll & Online
$80. 6"3"X 29"X 13" 352-726-6197 DESIGNER weight, Aluminum
Lighted 727-481-3010 Two Wood matching MENS SLACKS $11.50 Loading Ramp, used
DRESSER, Twin Beds New with tags size 34 $201 -$400.. once $100. Both items
walnutcomplete, w/head $10 Call 726-0040 $16.50 stored in a climate '
w atcin and footboard $200. controlled room
Sofa Bed & Matchlng WEDDING DRESS $401-$800.. (352) 795-1339
Love Seat, size 18 from David $21.50 C HlOrC
Green floral Print $275. Bridal $250, Best Offer UNIVERSAL #2 MEAT
Call 352-344-0101 (352) 637-9611 $01-$1500.. GRND $10DEX
END TABLE WEDDING GOWN size $26.50 LENT CONDITION (3 2 5 6 = O
Blonde glass top with BOLEN LAWN 10. Worn once then dry E-MAIL PHOTO JOHN
gold edges $25.00. TRACTOR 15HP Good cleaned & preserved in 352-563-5966 419-5981
Excellent Cond't. condition. $400 box. Call for info $100 ******* WET/VAC 5 Gal. $25.
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& Dryers. FREE PICK Lic/Ins 352-795-5755
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a/______"AFAST 100 Guar Removal 352-302-6838 Budd Excavatina
V FAST_ 100% Guar. Landscaping& Tree Work, clearing
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Cinderella's Hom** A pa Affordable Handyman Specialist. Lic. & Ins. V ASAP PAINTING MACS MOBILE RV
& OfficeCleanin & Press. Wash, PainFee ESt 3523025641 CHRIS SATCHELL REPAIR & MAINT D & R TREE SERVICE
Home Companions (Int/Ex) 25 yrs, Ref, Lic V AFFORDABLE 30 yrs. Exp., Excel. Ref. RVTC Certified Tech Lawn & Landscape
Relax We'll Take Care # 39765, 352-513-5746 VARELIABLE Free Est D nsta Insured 352464-1397 352-613-0113, Lic/ins. Specialist. Lic. & Ins.
of yo! 352-746-7760 COUNTYFWIDE 352-257-9508 Plant*Sod*Mulch Free Est. 352-302-5641
Care Giver Available DRY-WALL25 yrs exp. HANDYMAN (352) 270-4672 "Weed*Trim*Clean A- I Complete Repairs
Care ll/ins 352-465-3086 Pres. Wash, Painting DOUBLEJ
in-home health care, lic.2875, all your drywall SERVICES (Int/Ext) 25 yrs, Ref, Lic Tree Service
doctor's appts, er- needs! Ceiling & Wall Lic# 39477 Kitchen 9 # 39765, 352-513-5746 Stump Grinding, bulk
rands, companion, Repairs. Pop Corn (352) 464-3748 f l mulch, ic/ins 302-8852
hskping, Former EMT Removal 352-302-6838 CALL STELLAR BLUEAteio
hs Forme EMT Roofing Systems, Kitchen looking tired? AFFORDABLE LAWN All Int./Ext. Painting on R WRIGHT TREE Service
ref's (843) 469-3204 Alum Enclosures, re- Re-Face not Replace! Needs. Li. & Ins. FREE Consumers! Complete Tree Serv. Tree Rem rval
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In-home Inv/Floral City f CRS Contr. 414-8693 **(352) 794-3747* Res./Comm., Uc/ins. are using a licensed STUMP GRINDING 0256879 352-341-6827
Area, Lic/Ins Ref avail. 563-9824, 228-7320 INTERIOR/EXTERIOR and insured service 55ft. Bucket Truck
Hourly or live-in. #1 A+TECHNOLOGIES T D & R TREE SERVICE & ODD JOBS. 30 yrs professional. Many 352-344-2696 Lic/ins. RIVENBARK
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All TV's Installed aal & ns (352) 726-9998 are required by state A TREE SURGEON 15% off Tree Trimming
Home Health Care Ic5635-4-77 CmotWrsIn. rwrdfst Specialist. Lic. & Ins. wA.(5)4436
FreEt 5-0-61law to include their Lic. & Ins. Lowest w/A.(5)4-36
HoeHat ae lic#5863 352-746-3777 Comfort Works, Inc. Your world first. Free Est. 352-302-5641 tate icuesei Rae&Is. Freeest RON RABd N Tree46-36
position wanted. Air Conditioning and Prelsuae state liens Rates Free est. RON ROBBINS Tree
Provide services for DUN-RITE ELECTRIC Heating Service, Res/ Everynumber in all adver- (352)860-1452 Service Trim, Shape &
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Avail (352) 419-8387 lic EC 13002699 Lie# CAC1817447 G,.....FREE ESTIMATES!
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H i Classifieds MOWING, TRIMMING Needs. Lic. & Ins. FREE should inquire about it Stump Grinding cheap
, aMULCH AND MORE EST (352) 586-2996 and be suspicious avg cost $25-18"stump
Local AND Affordable that you may volume disc. over 5
JEFF'S A Cinderella's Hom e 352-453-6005 HANDYMAN be contacting an un- call Rich 352-586-7178
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Clean outs/ Dump Runs ROCKY'S FENCING & OfficeCleanin & RIVENBARK LicE# 39477 licensed business.
Brush Removal. Lic. FREE Est., Lic. & Insured Home Comoanions All Tractor & Tree Work LAWN & LANDSCAPE. 4 The Citrus County n o
352-584-5374 L 352-422-7279 ** Relax We'll Take Care Land Cleared, Hauling 15% off Tree Trimming (352) 464-3748 Chronicle wants to Bruce Onoday & Son
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&Tree Work clearing Lic., Bonded, Insured (352) 419-6557 Beware of any service & Repairs- all makes &
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* Whole House Surge Fans Ballast mRESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL, VACATION Generator
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* Install, Service Panel Upgrades WATER HEATERS wowestPricesThomas Electric, LIC
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USED DIGITECH GUN CABINET glass Cute Chihuahua/ LAUNDAU WE HAVE BOATS WE BUY RV'S, MUD TIRES
VOCALPERFORMER doors, holds 12 rifles + Private Collector Pomeranian Mix 12ft Aluminum Boat GULF TO LK MARINE TRUCKS, TRAILERS, Ground Hawg brand. 4
W/FOOTSWITCH & storage, $100 firm will pay more for your P aPuppy $60. Flat bottom We Pay CASH For 5TH WHEELS, 38"x15" 8 lug. $300
POWER SUPPLY,$50 cash only. (352) coins !! Leave Message $350. Used Clean Boats & MOTOR HOMES 352 302-3903
352-601-6625 634-2599 call (352) 422-6088 (352) 364-3009 (678) 617-5560 Pontoon, Deck & Call US 352-201-6945
Gun Cabinet LOST RABBIT Fishing Boats
Oak, with etched WANT TO BUY HOUSE White w/ black spots, MONTEREY 19.5' -(352)527-0555*
glass front, holds 6 or MOBILE Any Area, 1995 Montura 196 B/R, boatsupercenter.com
rifles + storage, new Condition or Situation Hernando near 4.3 Volvo I/O, alum trlr,
locks, $80. obo Fred, 352-726-9369 Amherst Street. VHF/FM, great cond, R BUYING JUNK CARS
BROILER/ROASTING (352) 228-0658 Call (352) 634-2708 $6500 352 212-1754 V MAC'S MOBILE RV Running or Not
INVERNESS 419-5981 MARINE FUEL TANK PONTOON American Eagle RVTC Certified Tech. (352) 771-6191
CUISINART FOOD $35.00 1998 24 ft Completely 1995 motorhome, 38FT 352-613-0113, Lic/Ins.
PROCESSOR $50 -rebuilt from deck up 2 wide body, 300 diesel RIo
MODEL DLC10-E WITH MARINE RADIO BARLOW yrs ago using 50-year Originally owned by REX AIR 2003, Rio,
4 BLADES E-MAIL Hand Held $80.00 Bar low, 2-6 y.o. ptt decking, marine car- O all 1998, 31 ft., queen bd. Ice cold AC
PHOTO 419-5981 352-382-3298 Shepherd/Retriever pet, all new seats and Nascar. Special paint TV, air front & back,
LAMPS 2 large ceramic MISC GOLF CLUBS mix, wt 55 Ibs, very storage. Double bimini w/graphics, looks & Michelin tires, $12,000 352-341-0018
decorative table lamps (M) Drivers: Calloway beautiful dog, good tops, Radio/CD/aux port runs like new. New (352) 489-3661
decoivetae a ps Big Bertha War Birds on leash, very for iPod, speakers, etc. tires & batteries,
352-503-7675 7.5 & 9 degrees; Saturn friendly & affection- 90 hp Johnson. $5,500 please call for details.
SHOP LIGHTS & 9.5 degree; Bazooka 9 ate, gets along My Name is or $6,500 with trailer. Reduced to $45,000. Taurus
EXERCISE EQUIP. degree; Dunlop Flame w/most dogs, best Lil Bit 352-476-2952 (352) 423-4202, Jim
Six 4ft flourecent shop 10 degree; Tour Tech no ca Could jump lam a Cha-Winne,
lights. $40.00. 10.5 degree: $10 ea 4-foot fence, knows 7 Mo., UTD Spayed, Sportscraft 88 ITASKA 2 SUV or Truck Tires 17' Metal
lle Exerci Confidence Visa S wood HOLLY WOLF basc commands little girl looking for 27 Coastal Fisher- 09 Navion 24' Sprinter $20.each. Recycling Best Prices
Glider. $40.00.' (Beta Ti forged face 21 Call Joanne @ my forever home. man, cabin cruiser, 1 slide, 21 k mi. body 2 Low Profile Tires for your cars or trucks
IronMan Body Inverter. degree) $10. Urban Suburban 352-795-1288 or Call Saving Angels $7,995 813-244-3945 paint, diesel genera- wide radials 17" also biggest U-Pull-It
$60.00. All Ine. 352.382.0829 dr)1Hir Dreama @ (352)419-0223. 352-634-4768 tor, call for details $20.each with thousands of vehi$60.00. All like new. Holly Wolf 813-244-7324. Come see me and $64,900 (352) 212-9735 (352) 628-9987 cles offering lowest price
352-527-7732 MISC GOLF CLUBS Stylist/Owner othersll Sylvan for parts 352-637-2100
WINDOW TREATMENT (W) Perfect Club; Invites you to come 1998 15' Jonboat 25hp Newmar 2011-2013 Jeep
Custom Cornice, MacGregor 3 wood; meet our Friendly Chihuahua's Schnauzer Pups Suzuki outboard troll 96 Mountain Aire Grand Cherokee Sport WE BUY ANY VEHICLE
12"x72" Beige, pleated Cobra Offset 3 wood; Knowledgeable 1 Cream Color Male 2 male, Born Nov. 14 ing motor & trailer great cond. clean, SUV, chrome plated In Any Condition,
with piping. $35.00. Nancy Lopez 17 deg 3 Staff! 12 wks old 2.7 lbs. Shih-Tzu Pup $2500. (352) 228-1340 newer Jasper engine tail light, bezel cover, Title, No Title, Bank
352-621-7586 wood $10 ca; (4) putters $275. 1 male Born Jan. 21, 49,905 mi. Engine & one pair, $55 Lien, No Problem,
$5 ca. 352.382.0829 JUNE SPECIAL 1 Tan Male, very sin. 352-795-5896 Day WACO 6.5 Kw Generator serv- (352) 726-5794 Don't Trade it in. We
itness MISCELLANEOUS $60 COLOR 3.25 lbs. 1 yr. old $225. 20FT Pontoon Alum. iced 3/14. Ready for Will Pay up to $25K
$GOLF CLUBS & BAG 1 Black & brindled tan WESTINESE PUPPIES deck, 40HP Johnson the road! Reduced CB RADIO for truck or Any Make, Any Model
(M) Titleist DCI Irons: Female, very sm. All white, no shed, OB runs goodw/ trailer $23k, 352-586-8121 car, almost new, $50 813-335-3794, Call AJ
200 L(S. OF METAL steel shafts: 3-7F 9l PW 4.91,bs. I yr. old $275. medical certicate, $3895 (352) 860-1357 or 318-245-4565 (352) 637-9611 813-458-0584
4.91 bs. old 9 weeks old, $500. ea
WEIGHTS 4-25LBS $25. Calloway S2 H2 826 US Hwy41 1 Red, over sized male Call After 3m
AND 10-10LBS PLUS 2 Graphite Irons: 3-9; PW: Inverness, FL 2 yrs old. (352) 586-0305 FRE S
CURL BARS $100 $25. MacGregor Per- 352-637-0777 free to good home (352)_586-0305
CALL 631-353-1731 simmon Woods: 1-5 1 (352) 628-7504 F CIRSCO-YRIT
Electric Treadmill $10. 1925 Mashie;
Crosswalk TS3 mid-Mashie; Spade
$400 Mashie & #2 Long Iron: Berkshire Piglets
(352) 249-4475 $25. Titleist Tour Cart
Bag w/head cover: $10.
EXERCISE CYCLE 352.382.0829 Healthy
Weslo Pursuit G38 with $100
battery console-Like Yamaha (352) 522-0214 or
New $40 352.382.0829 2000 Golf Cart (352) 270-6285
New battery Red with
EXERCISE EQUIP- roof and windshield Habble Ray
MENT AB Exercise Fold down vinyl
Lounge Chair. $40. enclosure $2,700. Call Uban Sububan
352-410-1072 today. 352-621-3678 Hair Studo YAMAHA
EXERCISE EQUIP- 3 LILLY 2 Waverunners**
MENT Weight Bench, tilt3526370777 Lilly, gorgeous 08 FX- SHO, just servCurl Bar and Weights. T "From Cuttin Edge Terrier/pit bull mix, iced, 07 VX Deluxe,
$45. 352-410-1072 to Care Free" 2-6 y.o., wt 50 Ibs, both run perfect &
Multi-Station Gym 4x8 Utility Trailer gentle lady, sets ex- well maintained!
Bio Dyne, all steel, all lights works Make-overs, ample of good be- $8200. (352) 628-2711
Dyno Pak F10 has sides, good tires Color, Foiling, havior, good C
excellent condition & spare $350. Precision Cuts, w/other dogs, gra$700. (678) 617-5560 Avant Garde cious & friendly
(352) 746-7330 Utility Dump Trailer hairstyles and takes treats gently,
good condition updo's. always grateful.
registered Walks nicely on BUY, SELL$350. obo Paul Mitchell leash, loving & at- & TRADE CLEAN
(352) 860-1106 Certified. tentive, minds man- USED BOATS
2 SETS OF MEN'S GOLF ners. Call Christina THREE RIVERS
CLUBS, Complete, @ 352-464-3908. MARINE
Hogan & Wilson 4 US 19 Crystal River
Excellent Condition -*352-563-5510$50. ea._________(352) 795-5146 BASS BOAT
BICYCLE WHEELS by tri-hull, w/trailer, %
WTB from a Trek, Alloy A sml motor, $450.
700x23mm Pair, Street obo(352) 860-0664
or ATB, no tires, True CAROLINA SKIFF
$50 341-0450 S 16 f w/ 25 HP Honda
Club Car Golf Cart OB. Many Extras,
Good condition Robin Lorbn Very Good Condition
Good batteries, Urban Suburban $ 5500 (352) 382-5816
windshield, lights Hair Studio LUCAS $5500 (352) 328
Asking $1,000 obo 352-637-0777 Lucas, a 1-y.o. GO DEVIL
(352) 564-2756 Terrier mix, fawn/ 18' surface drive
Concealed Weapons I I I "From Cutting Edge brindle & white, engine & trailer,
to Care Free" HW-negative, neu- loaded w/extras &
Permit Course Tell that special tered, housebrkn, low hours, call for info
DAN'S GUN ROOM person Seeking new Color very friendly & (352) 726-8336
(352) 726-5238 "Happy Birthday" and Foil Clients gentle, gets along
GOLF IRONS With a classified looking for a w/other dogs well, GRADY WHITE
Adams Idea MRH #7 & ad under Happy change. Come rides well in car, 24' Offshore,
#8 graphite new grips Notes. give me a try. knows some com- custom gill bracket
$15ea $25pair Only $28.50 Wed-Sat mands, affectionate 250 Evinrude E-fech
Dunnellon 465-8495 includes a photo appointments & wants to be your (772) 260-4363
GOLF WOODS MRH available. companion. KAYAK
#7 & #9 Graphite Good Call our Classified Call Joanne @ Inflatable with all tools
Grips & Head Covers Dept for details "Redken Educator 352-795-1288 or used twice, Cost $500 ,i,
$15ea $25pair 352-563-5966 and trained 20+ Dreama @ Get $175.
Dunnellon 465-8495 11111111 years experience. 813-244-7324. Asking $175. 9








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CHEVROLET 309-0616 SUCRN the fictitious name ot:I
200 1, Impala PUBLIC NOTICE BOSTON'S HOME SERVICE Dated at Inverness, FL,
$4,495. ~Fictitious Name located at P.O. Box 1283, ti 2hdyo ue
352-341-0018 NtcuneFiiios Hernando, FL 34442 in the 2014.
Nam Law, pursuant to County of Citrus, intends By:i J oA
LINCOLN Section 865.09, Florida to register the said name G wnarrus
0 1, LS, 1 owner, gar- Statutes. NOTICE IS with the Division of Cor- Ownere n itu
age kept, 142k hwy ml HEREBY GIVEN that the porations of the Florida Culsnt Ctrsy Must See! $3,500 obo undersigned, desiring to Department of State, Tal- Chonye Jn 5,21
(352) 345-6499 engage in business under lahassee, FL.Choil:Jn1521I
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silver w/ black racking NoieN tc s
strips, 5 spd manualI $8,500 aba 795-9952 306-0622 SUCRN
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PESNLPOET5FTEFLOIGTEAT ILB ODFRCS OST
FY RENTAL LIENS IN ACCORDANCE WITH FLORIDA STATUTES, SELF STORAGE FACILITY
ACT, SECTIONS 83-806 AND 83-807:



PERSONAL MINI STORAGE DUNNELLONI #4Brittnie Albury, #34 Robert Simon Katz; #131 Patricia L. Griffin; #194 Brandi Jugov; #29Mystie Dawn Geiger; #223 Allison FordI
SELL C ONTENTS MAY INCLUDE KITCHEN, HOUSEHOLD ITEMS, BEDDING, LUGGAGE, OS
YOUR VEHICLE I GMES,' PACKED CARTONS, FURNITURE, TOOLS, CLOTHING, TRUCKS, CARS, ETC.I
LINHAL T B HELD ON THE PREMISES AT 2:00 P.M., WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 2014.
SEWING WILL BE AT THE TIME OF THE SALE ONLY.A N E
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7 days $26.50 No~-'30 14Days $38.50 I3070656 SUCRNI
I 30Day $5.506/10 BOCC Meeting

0 -call your PUBLIC NOTICE
ClsiidOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Boar dof County Commissoner of Citrus County, Classified Florida, at a regular meeting hel don the 10th day of June, 2014, at 145 P.M. in the
representative Commission Chambers Citus County Courthouse, I0 North Apopka Avenue, Inverfor details ness, Florida 34450, adopted a Resolution approving steet vacation SV- 3-03 filed byI
352-56-596' Robert and Roberta Schaefer cosing, vacating, abandoning and disontinuing the
35-53596existing alley described on the attached Exhibi 'A" renouncing and discaiming any
L J right of Citrus County and the public inand to saidexitngaley and inand to any
TOYOTA lands delineated on said recorded plat of the same.I
1987 Celica Rag top, J KENNEY, CHAIRMAN
runs great, 100,00 miles Board of County Commissoner of Citus County, Florida recently overhauled.I $1,900. 352-400-9847 EXHIBI TA
THAT PORTION OF THE 20 FOOT ALLEY IN BLOCK 204, UNI 5, HOMOSASSA, AS RE-I
Classic CORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1,PAGE 47 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CITRUS COUNTY,
FLORIDA, LYING ADJACENT 0 OT S2 THROUGH 9 AND 28 THROUGH 35, ALL BEING IN Vehicles BLOCK 204, BEING IN SECTION 22, TOWNSHIP 19 SOUTH, RANGE 17 EAST, CITRUS
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Published in the Citrus County Chronicle: June 15, 2014

308-0615 SUCRN
Code Compliance 6/18 Master Hearing
-i4 PUBLIC NOTICE
11111111The public is hereby notified that Citrus Cou~nty Code Com~pliance vAl conductI Tell that special its monthly Special Master Hearing on Wednesday, June 18, 2014 @ 9:00AM in the
person Lecanto Government Building, Multi-purpose Room 166, 3600 West Sovereign Path,
Haperon ay Lecanto, Florida 34461, at which time and place any and all persons interested are
"Ha py~rthday invited to attend. The following case(s) will be heard by the Code Compliance Spe-I wiTI a classified cial Master; however cases may abate prior to hearing date. If you have questions,
ad under Happy contact Code Compliance at (352)527-5350. a1 ~ e i~ i ~
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Oni $28.50 Belanger, Wanda C B
incluff( a photo 21 S Fillmore St, Beverly Hills, Fl 344656
It shall be unlawful for the owner or tenant of any land to permit, cause or haveI Call our Classified thereon any accumulation of junk, debris, rubbish and vegetative matter except for
De t for details junk stored in enclosed litter receptacles or completely enclosed buildings; except
3 2-563-5966 for junk which will not fit into standard sized litter receptacles and which is set out for
no more than 48 hours for pick up and removal; except for recyclable material
11111111 stored in receptacles provided for recycling such materials; except junk stored in aI
lawfully established and maintained junk yard, garbage or waste disposal site or sanStudebaker itary landfill; and except for accumulations of vegetative waste on agricultural lands
1955, Starliner on the above property, pursuant to Article Ill, Section 20 31 (a) of the Citrus CountyI
2 dr, hdtp, V8, 3 spd Code of Ordinances. To Wit: Debris scattered throughout the property, metal, plasod, fac. orig, $8900. tics, televisions.I 352-978-0658 pl
Benedicto, Tina MarieL L
9140 W Tonto Dr, Crystal River, Fl 34428
It shall be a violation of this article for any person, firm or corporation to keep, dump,
store, place or deposit abandoned, unlicensed, inoperable, junked, disabled, D N T O
DODGE way; pursuant to Article IV Section 20 41 of the Citrus County Code of Ordinances.I
1997 Ram 1500 To Wit:Two pick up trucks, one camper, and one large enclosed trailer. Trucks apClub Cab, 318, V-8, pear to be inoperable and have been sitting for some time. No visible tags orin y u
(614) 570-9902 Benedicto, Tina Marie nam e to the
FORD 9146 W Tonto Dr, Crystal River, Fl 34428
92 SLX Pick-Up It shall be a violation of this article for any person, firm or corporation tokepdu ,
Red, pis. call after 10 store, place or deposit abandoned, unlicensed, inoperable, junked, diald

am. (352) 628-4766 wrecked, discarded or otherwise unused vehicles on any property, street oh igh
way; pursuant to Article IV Section 20 41 of the Citrus County Code ofOriacs vaadoecme.N iil aso easadapa ohvTo Wit: One Lincoln car with expired tags dated 5/13, one enclosed trailer n o

CHEVOLET Carter, Roger & Patricia
1996, Blazer 1175 S Candlenut Aye, Homosassa, Fl 34448
4 door, 89K mies It shall be unlawful for the owner or tenant of any land to permit, causorhv 352-34-0018 junk stored in enclosed litter receptacles or completely enclosed buildings except 352-341______0018__ for junk which will not fit into standard sized litter receptacles and which is set out for
CHEVROLET no more than 48 hours for pick up and removal; except for recyclable material
2005,Equinox LS stored in receptacles provided for recycling such materials; except junk stored in a
windws lcks lawfully established and maintained junk yard, garbage or waste disposal site or sanpower wnoslok, itary landfill; and except for accumulations of vegetative waste on agricultural lands
AC, $3,990. on the above property, pursuant to Article Ill, Section 20 31 (a) of the Citrus County
352-341-0018 Code of Ordinances. To Wit: A large pile of approximately 30 to 50 pallets, a pile of
trash bags of unknown content under the carport, and miscellaneous junk and debris on and around the back porch.
Hunt, Marc
9 S Desoto St, Beverly Hills, Fl 34465
CHRYSLER It shall be unlawful for the owner or tenant of any land to permit, cause or have
1997 Grand Voyager thereon any accumulation of junk, debris, rubbish and vegetative matter except for 255,000 $800 junk stored in enclosed litter receptacles or completely enclosed buildings; except
352-678-7049 for junk which will not fit into standard sized litter receptacles and which is set out for
no more than 48 hours for pick up and removal; except for recyclable material
CHRYSLER stored in receptacles provided for recycling such materials; except junk stored in a
2012 Town & Country lawfully established and maintained junk yard, garbage or waste disposal site or sanWheelchair van w ith 10" itary landfill; and except for accumulations of vegetative waste on agricultural lands lowered floor, ra mp and on the above property, pursuant to Article Ill, Section 20 31 (a) of the Citrus County tie downs Call Tom for Code of Ordinances. To Wit: Household furniture and debris scattered in the carport
more info 352-325-1306 visible from the street.
GMC McQueen, Sally A.
1996, Safari 6 New Florida Aye, Beverly Hills, Fl 34465
passenger Van It shall be unlawful for any person owning, leasing, occupying or having control of
1 owner $3,450 any property subject to the provisions of this section to permit or maintain grass,
352-341 -0018 weeds, brush and undergrowth in excess of 18" in height, or an accumulation of vegetative matter pursuant to Article VI Section 20 61 of the Citrus County Code of Ordinances. I
M tF ces Medich, Anton **FINE APPEAL**I
3530 E Brave Ln, Hernando, Fl 34442
Harley Construction of a structure without a valid permit, a violation of Citrus County CodeI
DAVISON of Ordinances Chapter 18 62(a) which states in pertinent part: No person shall erect,
DAVIDSON construct enlarge, alter, repair, move, improve, convert, or demolish any building or
2012 FXIDWG Dyn structure subject to this Code, including a floating residential unit, or set or place a
Wide Glide Wind- mobile/manufactured home or floating residential unit within the territory coveredI
shield,6,000 miles, 7 by this article, without first having obtained a permit therefor. To Wit: No permits ob-I




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ELLIE SUTTON 352-287-3997 PETER & MARVIA KOROL ready for scallop season. SoER OsalT S 52) 697-5500
Email: elliesutton@remax.net I 'lJ (352) 527-7842 KELLY GODDARD 352-476-8536 ODY BROOM (352) 634-5821 Email:sherylpolts@ael.com
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Real Etate DIGEST Census: Fewer people moving

Coldwell Banker agent RE/MAX agent
earns top designation soars in 2014
Gitta Barth of Crystal River, a sales With more than $2 million in closed Singles, women among most likely to pull up stakes
associate with sales volume this
Coldwell Banker year, Len Palmer
Investors Realty has qualified for the Associated Press time period. 1999, 43.5 percent gave those
Inc. of Inverness, elite Multi Million But the last time they same three reasons.
has been honored Dollar club. WASHINGTON Fewer asked, the Census Bureau There is usually more than
as a member of He joins a very Americans are looking for a found more than 42 million one factor to why people
the company's small group of Re- new address than they were people found a new home be- move, said the report's auprestoupans ntnaalo of e- a decade ago, the Census Bu- tween 1998 and 1999, a mover thor, David Ihrke, a demograprestigious Interna- actors who have reau said Thursday rate of 15.9 percent. pher in the Census Bureau's
tional Sterling earned this desig- New data showed more Both times, the most popu- Journey to Work and MigraCGitta Barth Len is ear Len Palmer than 1 in 10 Americans lar answer to why people tion Statistics Branch.
gisdimembr- InvestrsBaealt Len is a Realtor RE/MA moved between 2012 and wanted to move was because "We asked people to select
guished member- Investors Realty. a R Realty One. 2013 because of job, family or of housing and family In the reason that contributed
ship is awarded to alty One and works housing reasons. More than 2013, 45 percent of those who most to their decision to
the top 16 percent of all sales associates out of their Central Ridge office located 35 million Americans moved said they moved be- move. Picking one reason can and representatives worldwide in the on County Road 491 in Lecanto. changed residences, mean- cause they "wanted a new or be difficult, as moves are Coldwell Banker system. The associates and staff of ing that 11.7 percent of the better home/apartment," often motivated by many
Geistfeld takes RE/MAX congratulate Len on his country over the age of 1 had "other housing reason" or
top spot at Citrus Hills accomplishment, a new address during that "other family reason." In See CENSUS/Page E13
Karis Geistfeld has been named the DIGEST PHOTOS 9 h
top sales agent for Headshots of real estate agents
May at the Villages and associates submitted for
of Citrus Hills. the Real Estate Digest are kept 7 4 6 -9 0 0 0
Thisisthe second on file in the Chronicle Editorial Kirk&Amda Johnson Tom Ba.. our Yvonne enkins Free Home Price Analysis
month this year that Department. It is the responsi- BROKERREALTOR, GR, REALTOR REALTOR
she has earned top bility of the individuals submit-
honors ting news notes to ensure ,
TheWelcome headshots have been sent to the
Center for the newsroom, and to advise staff
Villages of Citrus of any name changes.
Hills is located Karis 4349 W. TOMAHAWK 5941 W. CORRAL PL. 2894 W. BEAMWOOD
at 2400 N. Terra Geistfeld 4/3/2 707386 $305,995 423 710528 $292000 279000
Vista Blvd. in Villages of -(_ius__ounty
Citrus Hills. IM
tCitrus Hillswbie w.irs______________ ____________More information is available online att_ I,
the Citrus Hills website: ww.Citrus 6082 N. LAMP POST DR. 4723 N. BUTTERNUT 299 S. SCHOOL
3/2/3 710812 $269,900 3/2/2 710387 $239,900 322 090 $227900
Hills.com. Cwwiu olcm--11 ____14JIq_1__,,,,,, M .AMERICAN REALTY & INVESTMENTS Fra Pierw PAW CT W. T3ow'ALL OAKS DR. 7e, .I E.L BRAFORD,,oLDER
ERA 4511N. Lecanto Hwy., Beverly Hills, FL 34465 1 Cell (352) 586-8885

Office: 352-746-3600 franprealtor@gmail com


E1E -3487 N. TWAIN 5518 N. ELKCAMHARBOR
2 4/2/2 708846 $169,900 3/2/2 706451 $149,000 3/2/2 709560 $129,900


4938 N. BUFFALO 4465 N. MOONGLOW PT. ADORABLE ONE OWNER HOME Kam_2 acre affordable horse property Gorgeous caged pooi home Lots of storage everywhere. Wekep N. DELTONA 490 W. LARCHMONT 1974 W. ALHAMBRA
th1-car garage &1 -car carp t, on quiet cul-de-sac in the desireable 2 bedroom 2 bath home has cena a / $125,900 2/2/2 710252 $109000
concrete drive & workshop. location of Oakwood Village. Clean & Oversized garage w/storage cabinets has
Home with 2 bedrooms, fireplace,
2 baths. Attached to garage is 2-stall immaculate 2 bedrooms, 2 baths with air conditioner unit makes it comfortable
barn. Auto waterers in paddocks bonus room. Ready for you to move to work in. Also, the lanai has a
Must see to appreciate. right into. Very pleasant & appealing! separate air conditioner unit.
MLS 707788 $179,900 MLS 710577 $98,500 MLS 710811 $62,000 524 W. JADEWOOD 200 S DAVIS 89 S. LEE 9 DANIEL
S 2/2/1 709441 $92,500 2/1.5/2 709823 $59, 900 2/2/1 710906 $49,900 2/5 709482 $44,900
AS L W L I PINEn IDGDE FOR $52,000. 3521 N. LECANTO HWY., BEVERLY HILLS, FL 34465




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Chintz is back, but forget about boring

KATHRYN WEBER home in a contemporary liv- and crisp.
Tribune Content ing room. Once upon a time, chintz
Of course, those classic fabric was splashed across
Chintz has been making a chintz designs are still every chair, curtain, couch, otcomeback after decades of around. Take the classic pat- toman, and even the walls of banishment. Once a standard terns of Brunschwig and Fils many homes, literally bathing
in interior design, especially Elspeth, or Tessa. There's a the rooms in a single design.
for upholstery and drapes, romantic style to chintz florals Today, using chintz for a sinthis glazed fabric usually fea- that can't be duplicated by gle sofa or pair of chairs is
tured floral prints on a light- any other fabric, enough to bring a fresh lightcolored background. The timelessness of chintz ness to a room. In the bedThings have changed! is part of its appeal, adding room, use chintz for a
Today's chintz can feature softness to any room. Whether canopied bed -and let it take
any number of patterns, from you go with today's new pat- center stage rather than fade
basic floral to vivid Chinoise terns and colors or traditional into the background against
or toile. Waverly's Empress florals, decorating with chintz floral walls.
Chintz Lemongrass fabric adds a warm, welcoming For a simple decorating
marries chintz fabric with a touch. Particularly in sum- project, try recovering your Fotolia
fresh design in yellow, gray mer, a bright floral against a Whether you go with today's new patterns or traditional florals, decorating
and cream that would be at white background feels cool See CHINTZ/Page E13 with chintz adds a warm, welcoming touch.

Terra Vista Realty Group, LLC Office in the
qeii in1EeE 2400 North Terra Vista Blvd., Hernando, Florida 34442 Terra Vista

_____a_&_BrentwoodResales_ (352) 746-6121 (800) 323-7703 Welcome Center

R E A L T Y G R O U P CARL MANUCCI 352-302-9787 SUSAN MULLEN 352-422-2133, VICTORIA FRANKLIN 352-427-3777







DETACHED VILLA 3 BED 2 BATH 2.CAR, BRENTWOOD VILLA DETACHED VILLA, 3 BED, 2 BATH, 2-CAR, BRENTWOOD VILLAS BRENTWOOD, 3 BED, 2 BATH, 2-CAR, BRENTWOOD VILLAS
Bright and open describes this villa with a private landscaped back Open & bright definitely describes this beautifully updated villa Former builder's showcase model offers comfortable, affordable living situated DETACHED VILLA, 2 BED, 2 BATH, 2-CAR, WOODVIEW VILLAS
y ardaroud a screen- en Closed inground pool Extras such as located on a cul-de-sac. New upgraded stainless appliances with along the Brentwood Golf Course. Maintenance-free home offers open great Immaculate detached villa in gated community of Terra Vista. Great ceramic tile and solid surface counter tops, stainless steel gorgeous granite counter tops appoint this spacious kitchen. Triple room plan with dining nook, spacious kitchen, owners suite, PLUS den/, covered room open to kitchen & nice size dining area. Situated on a preserve appliancesto name just a few. Step outside for a fresh orange off the pocket doors open to extra large lanai. Steps from the community lanai. Home has been impeccably maintained. Furnishings are negotiable making home site offering privacy with a beautiful backyard view from tree. A mustsee maintenance-free villa. MLS 709730 $145,000 pool and golf course. MLS 710313 ... .... $165,900 this atrueTURN KEY OPPORTUNITY. MLS708241 ............ $199,900 either inside orfrom the expanded lanai. MLS 708400. $224,900






DETACHED VILLA, 2 BED, 2 BATH, 2-CAR, HILLSIDE VILLAS
Situated abutting open space in the rear this "maintenance-free" home offers an open SINGLE FAMILY HOME, 3 BED, 2 BATH, 2-CAR, WOODSIDE DETACHED VILLA, 3 BED, 2.5 BATH, 2-CAR, HILLSIDE VILLAS DETACHED VILLA, 2 BED, 2 BATH, 2-CAR, LAKEVIEW VILLAS
great room plan with a formal dining area, spacious kitchen with wood cabinets and Stunning Richmond Model with beautiful porcelain flooring and Exceptionally maintained pool villa will capture your attention Situated alongthe 10th fairway of the SkyviewGC. Fromthe gourmet solid surface counters, owner's suite, guest room PLUS a den/3rd bedroom, enclosed striking granite countertops. This split plan offers nice spacious with its beautifully appointed interior. The pool with falls is very kitchen to the spacious owners suite this home incorporates too lanai foryear round use. The home has been impeccably maintainedl. Be sure to put it rooms. Over-sized lanai overlooks a very private setting, close to all inviting and the views so relaxing. Entertaining made easy. many options to list. This home shows like a MODEL. Sitting nearthe onyour MUSTSEE".Youwillnot bedisappointedl MLS709734 ............ $249,900 the amenities. MLS 711048 ..................................... $299,000 MLS 710997 ..........................................................$339,000 top of the hill provides a panoramic view! MLS 710274.....$415,000
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Carefree living Brand new unfurnished home on the Brentwood Golf Course. Fully at itsfinest. maintained neighborhood, beautifully landscaped, professionally DETACHED VILLA, 3 BED, 2 BATH, 2 CAR, LAKEVIEW VILLAS
#3265 color coordinated. Volume ceiling and 8' sliding glass doors provide DETACHED VILLA, 2 BED, 2 BATH, + DEN, 2-CAR, WOODVIEWVILLAS Beautiful maintenance-free fully furnished Villa in Terra Vista. Bright and open
$1,200 spacious feel. Energy efficient tankless hot water heater. Social Maintenance free fully furnished villa in Terra Vista. Ready to move floor plan. Very open and spacious living area. Great for everyday living and
Membership included. #3499 ......................................................... $1,400 into. Social membership included. #3102 ................. $1,400 entertaining. Close to all ofthe amenities. Move in ready #3296 ............. $1,500




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Lemon Gem marigold offers unusual foliage
LEE REICH most everywhere. Those color Lemon Gem leaves also
Associated Press marigolds you grow for their reputedly have a lemony
flowers large, solid-color aroma, although my nose has Marigold is among the most pompoms in the case of the never picked it up. widely planted and, hence, African marigolds (Tagetes The ferny leaves are a permundane of flowers. Yet I erecta), and smaller, some- fect background for knitting enjoy them as an essential times multicolored single or together various parts of a part of summer with their double flowers in the case of flower bed or mixed border yolk-like blooms and pungent the French marigolds They would be ideal for a knot foliage. (T patula). garden, the kind of garden
For those who are bored by that has narrow rows of
marigolds, as well as those A gem of a plant dense, low-growing plants
who love them, let me intro- Lemon Gem is one variety patterned into a twoduce Lemon Gem and its kin. of the so-called Signet dimensional design. Lemon Gem is unlike most marigolds (T. tenufolia), which Lemon Gem isn't the only familiar marigolds. It belongs you might grow just for their Signet marigold on the block. to a different species, in fact, leaves. The plants are dainty, Look also for Tangerine Gem, than the French or African no more than about 8 inches Red Gem and others. marigolds soon to open their high, with leaves that have a sunny heads in gardens al- ferny texture and bright green See GEM/Page E12

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kitchen 4/3/2. and bonus room.
4 709634 710948
$219,900 $74,900
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$50710551 ............... S i ,$364,900
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The small flowers of Lemon Gem marigold, a different species from common marigolds, stare out like stars from a backdrop of ferny foliage in New Paltz, New York.

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Value of plates depends on pattern-matching market
ear John: Are The value is based on dered. That is of only sentimental
these plates of the china replacement value.
any value? I was pattern-matching mar- Whom can I trust to fix these
given this set by a friend ketplace. I suggest you things? I read your article in the
more than 40 years ago. contact Replacements paper every week and know I can
They were his mother's, Ltd. in Greensboro, trust your advice. I live in the Crysso I am sure they are North Carolina, at tal River area and will go where
much older, perhaps 80 www. replacements. needed. -S.H., Internet
or more years old. I have com they buy Dear SH.: Yes, your teapot and
been storing them. With Hutschenreuther. shaker can be restored. I suggest you
downsizing, it is time to John Sikorski Dear John: My step- contact ProShine in Columbus, Ohio. decide whether to sell mother, having more They have been in business since
them, give them away, or SIKORSKIS money than good sense 1934, and on the website have
continue to store them. ATTIC and a lot of good taste, an excellent video on silver restoraAny suggestions or assis- sent me a pair of glass- tion, showing the step-by-step
tance would be greatly appreciated. lined sterling silver salt and pepper procedure.
- M.D., Inverness shakers. I know they are antique, or
Dear M.D.: There is no specific at least not cheap, because she See ATTIC/Page E1O
collector interest in your beautiful would not have bought anything This plate was manufactured by a service plates. They were made by else. German firm, the Hutschenreuther
the Hutschenreuther Company in One of them fell and dented the Company, likely between
Germany, likely between World I base. The glass insert is not broken, World War I and II. The value and II. Hutschenreuther is recog- so I would really like to have it re- would depend on the current nized worldwide for their high- paired. I also have a silver teapot pattern-matching market.
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Bridal Wreath Spiraea may flower in late spring up North, but it adorns Central Florida gardens in March and April. The flowers form large clusters all along the upper stems. Older woody stems produce fewer flowers than younger stems, so can be pruned out after flowering to rejuvenate the plant. 127 S Secretariat Pt 3776W Douglasfir ir 819 N Lafayette Way
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value or should I just enjoy fland lavender, Burnham
ATTIC them on my wall. M. OLD coeasf arcta
Internet was a mix of gray and purContinued from Page E6 Dear M.: Galen Rowell Continued from Page E8 ple, and used a white paint
was born in California in infused with a bit of gray
The website is www, 1949 and lived until 2002. Here, Flynn and two on the walls.
resilvercom and the He was an award-winning other designers -Kyle "Gray has a way of calmphone number is 1-800- photographer. There is Schuneman of Live Well ing a color down," Schune722-8464, ext. 609. If you growing interest in his Designs and Betsy Burn- man says, making it "feel
like, send before and after original photographs. The ham of Burnham Design -velvety and more soothing."
photographs for our read- two signed lithographs are share advice on decorating Accents instead
ers to see. likely copies of photo- successfully with even the
Dear John: About a year graphs he produced. most complicated colors, oIf walls
ago, we went back up to There is a lot of biographi- Pick one "There are lots of ways
Michigan and cleaned out a cal information about him to incorporate color withrelative's basement where and his career available wild shade out having to commit to a
we found six bowling pins, online. Current potential -4For a client who loved wall color," Schuneman
Recently, we came across dollar value is below $50. lime green, Schuneman says. "Paint an old media
them again in the box while ____covered one dining room cabinet in a bold purple to
a friend was helping with a wall with wallpaper that make it a hot conversation
few chores. He said they John Sikorski has been a "Acombined bright lime piece."
were not bowling pins be- professional in the an- green with a muted sage Taxicab yellow walls
cause of the size and their tiques business for 30 green. He painted the would be awful, says Burnlong necks. Is this some- years. He hosts a call-in other three walls in the ham, but one bright yellow
thing you can help with? radio show Sikorski's neutral sage. That way, the throw or ceramic lamp
MM, Internet Attic, on WJUF (90.1 FM) client could enjoy a fa- could satisfy your desire
Dear M.M.: Yes, I think Saturdays from noon to vorite color but the room for that shade without
you may have Indian 1 p.m. Send questions to didn't feel overwhelming overpowering a room.
clubs. Send photographs Sikorski's Attic, P0, Box "There can only be one If your heart is set on a
with dimensions. Look 2513, Ocala, FL 34478 or star in a room," Schune- tough color and you're not
them over closely for man- asksikorski~2aol. com. man says. "If you want a content with adding just a
ufacturer's marks and This signed lithograph is bold color, then you al- single accessory, Burnham
then I will finish the story likely a reproduction of an ready have your star" suggests consulting an exDear John: I have two original photograph by Burnham agrees: "Or- pert. Many interior designGalen Rowel signed litho- Galen Rowell, a California- ange next to screaming ers will do a color
graphs titled "The Nature born photographer whose lime green next to fuch- consultation, walking
Company American Pho- works have attracted no- sia," she says, "doesn't be- through your home to distographers." Please let me tice in recent years. (-- tUkf~A l A kitJA I'lI (('k .11 long in a grown-up space." cuss how favorite colors
know if they are of any Special to the Chronicle But fuchsia paired with might work there.
olive green can look chic. Embrace the blues
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the one they're iffy about" Schuneman says.
CITRS HLLS"Nine times out of 10," Flynn says the payoff
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JANE Bridal Wreath flowers
Continued from Page E9 best in a sunny

pruned out after flowering to reju- location, but tolerates
venate the plant. part shade, too. 352-726-5263
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and five-petaled and resemble a Afternoon shade is LD www.landmarkinverness.com BfST7
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clusters all along the upper stems.
Popular double-flowered cultivars bility of disease or insects entering LARGEST SELECTION OF FORECLOSURES IN CITRUS COUNTY
have been developed, the pruned plant. Strip the leaves
Most plants sold in Florida are from the lower 3 inches of the tip
Spiraea can toniensis, commonly cuttings.P
named Reeves' or Bridal Wreath Gather about six cuttings and dip
Spiraea, which thrives in cold zone them together in the rooting hor5 to 11 and tolerates Florida's hot, mone. Place the group of cuttings wet summers- heat zone 10. It in the dibbled hole and gently
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use as flavoring, Spanish tarragon being a compact mound of dainty the question, "What is that plant?" L A S
has also been recommended -in greenery, Lemon Gem does in- Like other marigolds, Lemon
a 16th century herbal for hic- deed bear flowers. Pretty ones. Gem is easy to grow I sowed seed Continued from Page E5 cups and for crossing water safely Each flower is half an inch indoors about a month ago, butyou Continued from Pap E6 Irish Lace (T filifolia) is the across, single and lemon yellow, could just plant it outdoors now Speaking of marigold leaves, other species of foliage marigold, You might think nothing of them Sown directly in the garden, the from satisfactory" and let's look for one moment at two this one with lacy leaves not un- from this description, but they first blossoms are a bit delayed, but that inflation is still other marigold species notable for like that of Lemon Gem. Irish Lace pop out profusely through the fo- marigolds are precocious, so the below the Fed's target leaves. The leaves of Spanish tar- has a sweet, anise-y flavor, good liage, each staring out against the plants bloom in just a few weeks. rate. She said she exragon (T lucida) have an anise for tea, as a flavoring or just for verdant backdrop like a star twin- Consider planting some seeds pects the Fed's near-zero scent and are grown as a substitute nibbling. (No marigold should be kling in the night sky. In my gar- of Lemon Gem or the other Signet target for short-term for real tarragon where it' s too hot consumed in too great a quantity) den, Lemon Gem always stops marigolds and see how you rates to remain approor humid forthat plant Besides its Back to Lemon Gem: Besides visitors in their tracks and elicits like them. priate for a "considerable time" after the bond
and serveware. (www printed with images of the ries groovy cotton bedding she says. "Surrounded by purchases end.
fab.com) famous Route 66 road sign in paisleys and other retro mountains, oceans, wild- To calculate average
Grace Feyock's wall make a nice addition to prints. (wwwurbanoutfit- flowers and redwood mortgage rates, Freddie
Continued from Page E7 clock for Uttermost is the cocktail cart. ters.com) forests, I developed a Mac surveys lenders
made of vintage pictures of (wwwwayfaircom) Retro-surfer decor is sense of wonder with the across the country bework in a bathroom, as old license plates. A map Martin Yeele's photo- available at several retail- natural world early on." tween Monday and
well as at the shore. And a made of license-plate im- graphs of vintage motel ers. CB2 has launched a Flores takes photo- Wednesday each week.
campfire-ready collection ages makes bold, graphic and diner signage add new collection that in- graphs of rugged roads, The average doesn't inof enamelware from Fal- wall art, by David Bow- style to serving trays from cludes surfboards, canoe rivers, waves crashing on clude extra fees, known con includes a red teapot man. A set of coasters Bob's Your Uncle. paddles, chairs and other beaches and misty forests, as points, which most
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remember similar icons beach signs at Retro- look get too kitschy, unless The average rate on a
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Cute pooches gain online fans CENSUS Latinos moved
Continued from Pae E3 more because

Associated Press U their own Instagram pages, so we different and oftentimes of family
created his very own." competing, factors," Ilhrke reasons
LOS ANGELES Tuna, the Manny's owners are among the said.
hound so homely he's irresistible, many who use their dog's account to The census also found: 317
peeks out from beneath his blanketN aid animal charities. U More women moved percent
baring his row of buck teeth in a Loni Edwards ofNew York City fol- than men, with 18.3 mil- than
slapstick smile for the camera. l ows Manny, who has been posed to lion women moving and
Courtney Dasher of Los Angeles look like he's sipping a soda and 17 million men moving. other race or
rescued the Chihuahua-dachshund dressed up to resemble hip-hop artist More men said they ethnicity,
mix with the bug eyes, big nose and Pharrell. She said silly or cute canine moved because of a job and
infamous overbite in2010. Fouryears antics put her in a good mood, and than women 20.4 per- Asians
later, the dog dubbed a "Chiweenie" there's plenty of that from Manny, cent vs. 18.5 percent.
in hashtags had 837,138 followers as who spins on his back legs to a rap U More than half of 28.3 percent
of Tuesday night, when he ranked as song in one short Instagram video. blacks 52.7 percent
the most-popular dog on Instagram. "I have a thing for Frenchies," Ed- moved because of housing moved more
Pet owners are unleashing their wards said, explaining why she got reasons, the highest rate for for job-related
pooches on the photo-sharing serv- Chloe, who has her own page, any race. Latinos moved
ice, setting up accounts to show @chloetheminifrenchie. more because offamilyrea- reasons.
Manny the French bulldog sporting Chavez and Dasher say motivation sons- 31.7 percent- than
spectacles or Tuna poking his for their posts comes from their dogs any other race or ethnicity, than 50 miles away from
schnoz out of a suitcase. or the fans. and Asians 28.3 percent where they started.
Funny pet photos continue to be a Loni Edwards/Associated Press "Every time we turn around, he's moved more for job-re- U Single people moved
trend on social media. They getplenty Chloe shows off at the Nike Running doing something cute or funny," lated reasons. more than anyone else.
of play on Facebook and Twitter, in- Flatiron store in New York. Chloe has Chavez said. Plus, Manny "gets ex- U More people moved More than 12 million peocluding "muttbombs," where people her own Instagram page, @chloethe cited when he sees a hoodie or out- within a few miles of their ple who had never been
Photoshop dogs into snapshots of minifrenchie. fit coming his way" current addresses 23 married moved between
themselves or celebrities. Muttbombs For Dasher, the relationship she million stayed within their 2012 and 2013, compared
and animal Instagram accounts are so Handsome is the word Dasher has had with Tuna's fans over the counties, while 11 million with the 9.9 million marpopular that shelters and others use uses. "He's so unique, and I love that years keeps her going. moved away Of those who ried people who moved
them to promote adoptions or rescue and everything about him," she said. "Tuna is bringing joy to a global au- moved out-of-county, most and the 3 million divorced
campaigns. These famous pooches For Manny, the dog once rejected dience, and I enjoy being a catalyst to still stayed nearby More people who decided to
also have been featured in shelter by a breeder is now the world's most change someone's day," she said. than 4 million moved less seek a new address.
public service announcements and followed French bulldog on Instaswarmed by fans in public, gram, with 502,594 people subscribThat's because animal lovers eat ing to @manny_thefrenchie as of *
up the snapshots of dogs doing the Tuesday night. Amber Chavez of
darndest things, giving Manny and Chicago says her dog looks like a KAREN E. MORTON
Hall of Fame Centurion Member
Tuna insta-fame on Instagram. cross between a bunny and a piggy, Earma:emorbon@ imnpa .-orn
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Tuna is the best part of their day" friends and saw other animals had

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4.5 ACRES OF BEAUTIFUL PROPERTY TO THE MANOR BORN? IL SPACIOUS
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fenced the other half is cleared pasture. gracious, from the fireplace living room to the living in nice area with screen porch on Backyard has plenty of room for pool addition. Just Situated on a large .69 acre lot.
ASKING $158,70 hano s front and deck outback. Inside needs minutes from all in-town services but low county taxes. Come enjoythe waterfront lifestyle.
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