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Benghazi suspect pleads not guilty

Associated Press two weeks after he was cap- most recent foreign terror titled to the protections of
tured by special forces. suspect to be prosecuted in the U.S. legal system.
WASHINGTON -The In a 10 minute hearing American courts, a forum the A grand jury indictment
Libyan militant accused of held amid tight security, Obama administration con- handed up under seal Thursmasterminding the deadly Ahmed Abu Khattala spoke tends is both fairer and more day and made public SaturBenghazi attacks that have just two words, both in Ara- efficient than the military tri- day said Abu Khattala Ahmed Abu Khattala
become a flashpoint in U.S. bic. He replied "yes' when bunal process used at Guan- participated in a conspiracy
politics appeared briefly for asked to swear to tell the tanamo Bay, Cuba. The case to provide material support alleged leader
the first time in an American truth and "no" when asked if was being tried in Washing- and resources to terrorists in attack 20n Sanctuary? atcso
courtroom, pleading not he was having trouble under- ton despite concerns from the attacks of Sept. 11, 2012, Americans in Activist Helen Spivy guilty Saturday to a terror- standing the proceeding. Republicans in Congress Benghazi,
writes about manatee ism-related charge nearly Abu Khattala became the who say he should not be en- See /Page A10 Libya.
protection./Page C1


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Staff writer
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independent
comig toHe wants a job and his own Chronicle place, make his own decisions, do his own
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The Chronicle wel-3 Payne walks to his job at the coming
comes Parade Magazine Key Center workshop several up.!
beginning Sunday, July 6. miles from his apartment Page A8
Parade, published when the weather allows.
since 1941, offers stories He knows he has to cross
on celebrities, health, four or five streets, using his white cane to
food, investigative report- guide him, listening for traffic, turning his
ing and inspirational fea- head until his vision, narrowecd to a tunnel
tures. Some of its most by his retinitis pigmentosa, aligns with the
recognizable features in- w' ,.traffic light and the walk signal, waiting
dlude Personality Parade, -iI -. until it's safe to go.
Ask Marilyn and Parade STEPHEN E.LSO rh h.rnce "If it rains, I take the bus," he says in his
E.PAicFotekhrnil careful, deliberate manner of speaking.
Picks. Prae ub Key Training Center client Michael Payne walks home along Gulf-to-Lake Highway in Sometimes, like when he walks downAnnall, arae pb- Inverness after a day's work. Payne, who is nearly blind and developmentally disabled, town to CVS or Taco Bell, if it rains, he lishes a What People assembles and packages products for ClosetMaid and walks to and from work, a
Earn salary survey, taking distance of about 1 1/2 miles. See KE/Page A8
a peek into America's
pockets, the All-America
high school teams, honoring top high school ath- ba ie
letes in the nation, and
What America Eats, Libertarins hope
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A2 SUNDAY, JUNE 29, 2014 LOCAIL/STATE Cimus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE



Citizens Academy a backstage pass to county government

CHERYL JACOB
Staff writer

Few outside of a civics-7 class expect a pop quzksuch as this: If ~.
0 What's behind the '
door officials use to get to
meetings of the Citrus
County Board of County
Commissioners?
0 What county offices
can be found behind the
gates of Terra Vista?
0 Who puts those tubes
across the roads at intersections, and why?
0 What common, household item helps the animal
shelter reduce costs?
0 Why is there a gift
shop in the Citrus County
Resource Center near the
VA clinic?
0 Whose office sits mere Special to the Chronicle
steps away from where Members of the Citrus County Commission on June 24 recognized those who completed the spring session of the Citrus County Citizens Elvis once stood? Academy. Those receiving certificates of completion are: Rhonda Distel, Jim Doman, Eileen Doman, Nancy Doyle, Karen Esty, Bob Feldberg,
Some two dozen resi- Henny Feldberg, Deborah Fitzgerald, Catherine Hunter, Stanton Hunter, Cheryl Jacob, Mary Lee Johnson, Nancy Knight, Joe Knofczynski, dents of Citrus County Judy Knofczynski, John Mclssac, Joan Mott, Curtis Noel, Pamela Noel, Louis Rector, Jeff Werner and Douglas Wright. began learning the answers to these questions the facility Scott Adams 0 WHAT: Citrus Cuty Citizn Adey of the county's main water care much about thread
April 3, the eighth class of dropped in at the Lecanto O~l zn am.wells sit behind a land- counts or stains, so conparticipants in the Citrus Government Center the 0 WHEN: 12-week Thursday sessions run spring, scaped fence within the sider donating old bath County Citizens Academy day the class learned summer and fall annually. Spots are available in fashionable subdivision towels to the shelter at
Offered three times a about the Land Develop- 2015 classes. From the small, tidy office 4030 Airport Road in
year, the CA serves as a ment Division, Geographi- 0 WHERE: Location varies week to week. near the large water stor- Inverness.
backstage pass to the inner cal Resources and 0 COST: Free. age tanks, Department of 0 Why is there a gift
workings of county govern- Community Planning and Water Resources staff shop in the Citrus County
ment in all its aspects: the the Building Division. 0 ONLINE: www.bocc.citrus.fl.us/administrator/citz- members can monitor Resource Center near the duties of officials in the Chairman John 'JJ" Ken- academy/citizen-academy. htm. water lines and facilities VA clinic? Volunteers from
county courthouse; serv- ney visited several class 0 CONTACT: Call Deb Bloss at 352-341-6429 or throughout the county. the Friends of the Commuices for veterans, seniors, sessions, offering his per- email deborah.bloss@bocc.citrus.fl.us. 0 Who puts those tubes nity Centers group manage youths and animals; serv- sonal cell phone number across the roads at inter- the Circle of Friends Gift
icing miles of water and and giving the class insight days, two weeks run Summer Citizens Acad- sections, and why? Mike Shop, with all proceeds sewer lines across the into upcoming events, longer, so lunch is in- emy started learning the Schneider with the going to supplement the county; maintenance of such as the anticipated cluded. Larry Gamble, answers at its first meeting county's Department of meals programs offered by traffic lights, road signs partnership between the manager of the Walmart Thursday, June 26. Public Works places the Citrus County Support
and potholes; library pro- county and Corrections Supercenter near Inver- Bloss said the 2014 Fall survey equipment, stretch- Services, including Meals grams, park programs, his- Corporation of America to ness, contributes refresh- CA class series is booked ing the sturdy hoses across on Wheels for homebound tory programs, volunteer design and build a new an- ments for every class, up, but she is accepting ap- roads to count traffic seniors. Hours are 10 a.m. programs and computer imal shelter in Lecanto. The 2014 spring season plications for the 2015 patterns. to 2 p.m. Monday, Wednesprograms; and many de- Field trips utilize county CA concluded Tuesday, series. 0 What common, house- day, Thursday and Friday
partments and divisions, transit buses to take partic- June 24, with a graduation MEN hold item helps the animal The center is at 2804 W
So many, in fact, it takes ipants on tours of the Cen- ceremony as part of For those who can't wait shelter reduce costs? Bath Marc Knighton Court, 12 weeks to tour them all. tral Landfill, county parks, the county commission until 2015, when the next towels placed in crates Lecanto, off County Road Involved since its incep- and renovated homes of- meeting. CA classes are open for and cages serve as a comfy 491 south of Beverly Hills.
tion in 2010, Deborah fered for sale as part of the The answer to the last registration, here are an- and reusable alternative to Copy desk editor Cheryl Bloss coordinates the Citi- county's Neighborhood question in this pop quiz is swers to the rest of the newspapers, sawdust or Jacob, a five-year volunzens Academy She regis- Stabilization Program. Of- the most important: Deb quiz: other absorbent padding. teer with the countys Naters participants, lines up ficials ride with each CA Bloss' office is tucked into 0 What's behind the Shelter staff members use ture Coast Volunteer speakers, arranges trans- tour to answer questions one windowed corner of door officials use to get to industrial-sized washing Center, went through the portation for the many and provide more insights the second-floor court- meetings of the Citrus machines to launder the 2014 Spring Citizens Acadfield trips and keeps into their fields of specialty room in the Old Court- County Board of County towels daily, reducing the emy and graduated with 21 everything running In addition to a binder house, site of a scene in Commissioners? A short amount of waste that goes others. Email cjacob@2
smoothly full of informative hand- the 1962 Elvis musical hallway with vending ma- to the landfill. Pets don't chronicleonline.com.
After introducing them- outs, CA participants get "Follow That Dream." chines, recycling bins, a selves during the first ses- swag: keychains, reusable Call her at 352-341-6429 restroom and a small consion, county commission- grocery bags, a lunch tote, to learn more about Citi- ference room, plus access ers stopped in during rainwater gauges, refriger- zens Academy, or email to other parts of the count other weeks. Dennis Dam- ator magnets and a hand- d eb orah. blos sqb o cc. courthouse.N EP A?
ato spoke about the West ful of colorful ballpoint citrusfius. 0 What county offices KE AN
Citrus Government Center pens. While most classes As for the other ques- can be found behind the when the CA class toured run from i to 5 p.m. Thurs- tions, members of the 2014 gates of Terra Vista? Some



Former Miss Florida says officials did right thing


Associated Press The change came after fore I was Miss Florida," doing there, and the work
the Miss Delaware winner she said. "I loved being a I was doing as Miss UniORLANDO -A day was disqualified for being student at the University versity of Florida. And I'm
after a vote tabulation too old. of Florida. I loved the happy to go back to that
error took away her Miss The initial winner in service work that I was position." Florida crown, the former that pageant, 24-year-old
pageant winner said she's Amanda Longacre, was
devastated about losing crowned June 14 in I
the title, but believes offi- Delaware, but lost the olI i
cials did the right thing. crown Wednesday Miss Attend a FREE Seminar:
Elizabeth Fechtel, who America pageant rules re- I
won the crown last week quire contestants to be bebefore being reduced to tween 17 and 24, and Mo dy Jun 30,201
runner-up on Friday, told Longacre will turn 25 onW The Associated Press on Oct 22, before year's end.at1:0am Saturday she believes that Fechtel said she realizes 9
"it's fair that they go back that the rules couldn't be Ocala
aqnd initially play by the- overlooked in he~r case, or .











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For pets and pomes, July Fourth no blast

PAT FAHERTY have a much stronger flight in- Dr. Kelly Fredrickson Office's Fire Rescue Department
Staff writer stint than others and are likely with Sassafras, emphasizes being cautious with
to bolt if startled by fireworks. a spaniel, and Tray, fireworks around pets and animals.
The light, noise, sparks and Horse owners can take some a quarter horse Despite being widely available,
smoke of holiday fireworks can precautions. Fredrickson sug- discusses the the department stated that fireterrify horses and pets. gests making sure fences are se- hazards fireworks works that explode are illegal.
For horses, it can trigger an cure and putting horses known can pose to horses Fredickson cited some other
urge to flee, putting the animal to be flighty in a stall or a run and pets. She summer concerns for horse own- as well as nearby property where they can't get up a big operates a mobile ers. With many people having
and people at risk. burst of speed. Horses will feed veterinary practice time off now and their horses
"They're a flight animal," said off of the anxiety of other horses, and specializes in standing idle since spring, she
treating equine
Dr Kelly Fredrickson, who runs so putting a calmer horse in with patients. urged them to be very aware of
a mobile veterinary practice a nervous one might help. PAT FAHERTY/Chronicle the heat if ride for longer than
specializing in horses. "Their She urges people setting off normal.
natural instinct to anything that fireworks to be thoughtful and sive to noise, there are earplugs horses just blindly panic at the "DorAgetcanied away," she said. scares them is to get away consider the effects they can available that could help. For sound of fireworks. And the veterinarian offered a
'A lot of time we'll see injuries have on horses. horses that are really jumpy, "Actually, a panicked horse is final health reminder for area
where there's been a bottle "And people should be excep- there are equine tranquilizers. the same as a loaded gun; it can horse owners: It's mosquito searocket or something that's gone tionally cognizant about keeping Fredrickson urged common be lethal. One of my biggest fears son, and cases of Eastern equine into a paddock. Just the blast of their small animals on a leash sense and courtesy fire and fore- is that they'll crash through a encephalitis have been reported. light spooks them, and they'll ei- when walking them on the Fourth most when celebrating with fire- fence, impale themselves on a "That one is really bad as far ther spin around and bump into and keeping their indoor/outdoor works. Pine Ridge resident and fence and run out into the street as a high mortality rate," she said. something or smash into a fence. cats in," she said. "The Fourth of horse owner Elaine Corwin agrees. and meet with a car "Be sure they have been vacci"They think 'get away' first July is probably the most com- "I am really surprised a Pine "That would be the worst-case nated in the past six months or so." and preserve themselves later. mon time for animals to run off Ridge horse hasn't crashed scenario; that's what we want to Contact Chronicle reporter Their first instinct is to get away" because they're afraid." through their fence in a blind prevent." Pat Fahertj, at 352-564-2924 or
She explained some horses For horses especially respon- panic," she said. "Many, many The Citrus County Sheriff's pfahertj,@chronicleonline.com.



Around the

STATE

Citrus County

County departments
to be closed July 4
Citrus County government offices will be closed
Friday, July 4, in observance
of Independence Day.
The landfill, library
branches and Animal Services will be closed on July 4
and will return to normal operating hours on July 5.
All community buildings
will be closed. Parks are
QL
open for regular hours. The
Bicentennial Park pool will
be open until 8 p.m. The
Central Ridge Park pool will
be open until 7 p.m. on July 4.
Museum, store closed July 4
In consideration of IndeIL Ole
pendence Day, the Floral ..... ..
City Heritage Hall Museum V. -,ijpand Museum Country Store STEPHEN E. LASKO/For the Chronicle
will be closed July 4. As far as the eye can see, boaters are out enjoying the sun and water near Ellie Schiller Homosassa Springs Wildlife State
The museum and store Park on Saturday afternoon. With hardly a parking spot available, boaters were tying their boats together to join the fun
will reopen July 5 from 10 on one of the busiest days of the year on the water.
a.m. to 2 p.m.
Water task force
meeting set for July 14
The Citrus County Task B M & BU R
Force of the Citrus/Hernando
Waterways Restoration ANGELA MARIA DEJESUS fresh seafood or pulled-pork cooking the middle. Some ate in circles, others
Council will meet at 2 p.m. Staff writer at each stop beckoning to passersby side to side. None stopped to breathe.
Monday, July 14, in Room "If you're here, it's obvious. If As MacRae counted down the sec166 of the Lecanto Govern- n the stifling heat of summer in you're not, you'll hear about it," said onds in the contest, it was difficult to
ment Building. Homosassa, The Freezer, the Gator MacRae, owner of Macrae's. see where one pie started and anThere will be three pre- Seagrass Resort, The Monkey To the unsuspecting outsider, the other began.
sentations with Q&A periods: Bar and The Shed at MacRae's cluster of tipplers under The Shed's What was clear was who this
0 Proposed fertilizer or- of Homosassa were transformed into roof were simply enjoying shade and year's first place winner would be:
dinance for Citrus County. harbors of shade, drinks and compe- a cool breeze from a few strategically 12-year-old Ellis Erickson, a veteran
0 Peroxide treatment in tition for the fifteenth annual Ho- placed fans. But as the clock hit 2, the with two previous wins under her
King's Bay. mosassa River Fireworks Fest. low rumble of conversation changed belt already Her secret? A full0 Springs project update. Seemingly nothing would stop the to cheers of encouragement as a group frontal attack.
In addition, there will be a fiercely devout locals from bringing out of children got ready to compete in "Don't just get your mouth in it, get




A4 SUNDAY JUNE 29, 2014 Cimus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE

Today' ENTERTAINMENT "Ton

HOROSCOPES HISTORY
Birthday This year will be an impor- Today is Sunday, June 29, the
tant chapter in your life. You will make
progress once you convince others 180th day of 2014. There are 185
that you mean business. Take advan- Sinatra's first license days left in the year.
tage of the opportunities that arise, and Today's Highlight in History:
prove how capable and versatile you are. fetches $15K at auction On June 29, 1974, Isabel MarCancer (June 21-July 22) Make an TRENTON, N.J. Frank tinez de Peron was sworn in as acteffort to control your emotions. Getting Sinatra's first New Jersey ing president of Argentina, two days
involved in a shouting match over driver's license has sold for before the death of her ailing hussomething trivial will only compound band, President Juan Peron.
your problems. $15,757 at auctioned a
Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -A relative or The yellowed, text-only 1934 On this date:
close friend will need your help. Offer license was issued, typo and all, Theatre, where many of Shakesupport and guidance. You may be to Francis Sintra, 841 Garden speare were performe
asked to act as a go-between regarding Street, Hoboken, New Jersey. sere d y were performed,
difficulties with legal or authority figures. The license was signed by the was destroyed by a fire sparked by
Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -You will then-19-year-old a year before a cannon shot during a performmake an impression with your vision Sinatra got his first big break in ance of "Henry VIII."
and skills. Your persuasive personality the music industry. In 1967, Jerusalem was re-uniwill allow you to get others to accept His eyes, of course, are fied as Israel removed barricades
your ideas and follow your lead. separating the Old City from the IsLibra (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) Someone is recorded as blue. His weight raeli sector.
setting you up to fail. Don't believe every- was 130 pounds. In 1988, the U.S. Supreme Court,
thing you hear. Keep the competition Boston-based RR Auction in Morrison v. Olson, upheld the inoff-guard by staying alert and in con- didn't disclose the buyer. dependent counsel law in a 7-1 detrol. Get the facts and act decisively. The deal also included a 1940 vision (the sole dissenter was
Scorpio (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) Spend- letter to the state Commissioner Justice Antonin Scalia).
ing quality time with someone who of Motor Vehicles from the lawyer In 2003, actress Katharine Hepshares your passions will make this day of a man who'd been involved in o om
special. Focus on what really matters. a car crash with Sinatra, insisting lywood's Golden Age, died in Old
Sagittarius (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) Don't Sinatra's driving privileges be re- Saybrook, Connecticut, at age 96.
allow yourself to be pushed around. yoked until he pays up.
Speak up loud and clear. Meet your of word' Ten years ago: Randy Johnson
adversary head-on, and let everyone Opening of world's of the Arizona Diamondbacks beknow you're a force to be reckoned with. tallest water slide came the fourth pitcher to record
Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Don't delayed again 4,000 career strikeouts.
waste energy. Finish off projects that a iFive years ago: U.S. combat
are gathering dust. You will feel proud KANSAS CITY, Mo. With troops withdrew from Iraqi cities,
of your accomplishments and be able to nearly half of its season already the first major step toward removing
sit down and relax at the end of the day. in the books, a water park in all American forces from the country
Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 19)- Mull over Kansas has been forced to delay by Dec. 31,2011.
the plans you have made for the future.
theplns have ad for the fure. the opening of the world's tallest One year ago: Paying tribute to
figure out a way to get back on track, water slide for the third time and his personal hero, President Barack

Pisces (Feb. 20-March 20) -You hasn't set a new date for its debut. Obama met privately in Johannesshould indulge in something that brings Schlitterbahn Waterpark in Associated Press burg, South Africa, with Nelson
you comfort and joy. You spend plenty Kansas City announced Thurs- Schlitterbahn's Verruickt speed slide/water coaster is pictured Mandela's family as the world anxof time looking after others, so take time day that VerrOckt, a 17-story, in November 2013 in Kansas City, Kan. A spokeswoman for iously awaited news on the condito do something that makes you happy. 168-foot-tall water slide, would the waterpark says crews are still trying to fix a mechanical tion of the hospitalized 94-year-old Aries (March 21-April 19) If you let not open on Sunday as sched- problem with the slide, anti-apartheid leader. (Mandela was
criticism discourage you, you won't get uled. The park's news release discharged from the hospital on
very far. Brush off any negabve comments did not give a reason for the lat- by Guinness World Records. The on roller coasters, but that didn't September 1, 2013; he died the foland do something physical. It will help est delay, although earlier this slide sends riders on four-person translate well to a water slide like lowing December.) strengthen your will to succeed. week two media sneak preview rafts plummeting up to 70 mph. Verruckt. Today's birthdays: Actor Gary
Taurus (April 20-May 20) If you are days were canceled because of In a news article linked to the In early tests, rafts carrying Busey is 70. Comedian Richard feeling lonely, you shouldn't hidave an impromptu problems with a conveyor sys- news release announcing the lat- sandbags flew off the slide, Lewis is 67. Producer-writer

gathering with relatives and close friends. tem that hauls 100-pound rafts est delay, Schlitterbahn co-owner prompting engineers to tear Matthew Weiner is 49. Gemini (May 21-June 20) It's time to the top of the slide. Jeff Henry told USA Today that down half of the ride and recon- Thought for Today: "A hypocrite
to rebuild your enthusiasm. Consider VerrOckt, which means "insane" he and senior designer John figure some angles at a cost of is a person who but who isn't?" your options and choose a direction that in German, was certified as the Schooley had based their calcu- $1 million, Henry said. Don Marquis, American will enhance your mind, body and spirit, world's tallest water slide in April lations when designing the slide -From wire reports journalist-author (1878-1937).

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2014 preliminary taxable values released

Special to the Chronicle increased new construe- SUMMARY OF GROSS TAXABLE VALUES JULY 1, 2014
tion for 2014.
The 2014 preliminary Cook believes these tax- For All Citrus County Taxing Authorities
certification of taxable val- able values released today Taxing Authorities 2014 Prelim. 2013 Worst Case Annual Percent
ues have just been issued reflect positive market to all Citrus County taxing trends and demonstrate Tax Roll* Estimates Change Change
authorities effective July 1, the continued desirability according to Citrus County of the county in the real esProperty Appraiser Les tate marketplace. 0 BOCC & other $7,893,519,372 $7,493,416,737 400,102,635 5.3%
Cook. The 2014 "These are pre- taxing authorities: Library, Mosquito Control, Hospital Board, SWFWMD
preliminary as- liminary values," New Taxable Value $66,944,211 $84,168,000 (17,223,789) -20.5%
sessment roll re- Cook said, "and
flects a total are not certified to 0 Fire District $7,470,071,742 $7,062,487,756 407,583,986 5.8%
non-school taxable n the tax collector New Taxable Value $62,380,733 $81,408,000 (19,027,267) -23.4%
value for Citrus for collection until 0 School Board $8,574,272,129 $8,188,958,789 385,313,340 4.7%
County of $7.89 bil- ~ after the comple- New Taxable Value $66,944,211 $84,168,000 (17,223,789) -20.5%
lion and a school tion of the 25-day
taxable value of TRIM (Truth in 0 City of Crystal River $423,447,630 $430,928,981 (7,481,351) -1.7%
$8.57 billion. Les Cook Millage) period New Taxable Value $4,563,478 $3,571,835 991,643 27.8%
The certified Citrus County which begins in values, when property mid-August. That 0 City of Inverness $351,021,827 $340,680,642 10,341,185 3.0%
viewed outside of appraiser. is the time when New Taxable Value $5,615,939 $1,785,092 3,830,847 2 14.6%
the Duke settle- citizens are mailed 0HmssaWtrDsrc 421456$3,5,6 32219 07
ment and the retirement of their estimates of value UHmssaWtrDsrc 421456$3,5,6 32219 07
the CR3 nuclear power and proposed millage New Taxable Value $1,815,699 3,914,457 (2,098,758) -53.6%
plant, show a stabilizing rates and taxes for the year roll with overall taxable and are provided the opvalues increasing right at a portunity for informal con- SUMMARY OF GROSS TAXABLE VALUES -JULY 1, 2014
half-percent, according to ferences to meet and For All Citrus County Taxing Authorities
the property appraiser's discuss their values.TaigAtotes21Prlm203nulPrct office. The 2014 county "My staff and I stand TaigAtotes21Prl.203nulPrct taxable value represents a ready to work with the Tax RolI*~ Post VAB Ro II** Change Change
5.34 percent increase over public through this time. the 2013 worst-case value. Our goal is to resolve the This stabilization is in majority of valuation ques- 0 BOCC & other $7,893,519,372 $8,160,777,743 (267,258,371) -3.3%
large part due to stronger tions or issues that arise taxing authorities: Library, Mosquito Control, Hospital Board, SWFWMD 2013 home prices and re- through dir ect informal New Taxable Value $66,944,211 $84,168,000 -* (17,223,789) -20.5%
newed construction in discussions."
many Central Ridge neigh- Cook went on to explain, 0 Fire District $7,470,071,742 $7,729,764,487 (259,692,745) -3.4%
borhoods, according to the "As part of the certification New Taxable Value $62,380,733 $8 1,408,00 0*** (19,027,267) -23.4%
property appraiser's of- of the preliminary assess- 0 School Board $8,574,272,129 $8,855,278,909 (281,006,780) -3.2%
fice. In addition, several of ment roll process, this roll New Taxable Value $66,944,211 $84,168,000 (17,223,789) -20.5%
subdivisions that have suf- has also been submitted sifered large price declines multaneously to the 0 City of Crystal River $423,447,630 $431,013,256 (7,565,626) 1.8%
over the past five years -Florida Department of New Taxable Value $4,563,478 $3,571,835 991,643 27.8%
such as Citrus Springs, Revenue (DOR) for review Beverly Hills, Sugarmill and approval." 0 City of Inverness $351,021,827 $345,532,051 5,489,776 1.6%
Woods and the Inverness This preliminary certifi- New Taxable Value $5,615,939 $1,785,092 3,830,847 214.6%
Highlands -are now cation of taxable value es- UHmssaWtrDsrc 421456$3,9,1 28069 07
showing stable or increas- tablishes the basis of Ne Taabl VauerDsic $3,1,56 $434,9914,5 (2,80,758)-07
Asg arets aue.e budget preparations and NeTaalVau$1856931457 (,878)-.%
As mrke vauesre-2014 tax levy proposals by *Preliminary tax roll values as of July 1, 2014
cover and increase, the local and state taxing au- **Post VAB Certified Final Tax Roll as of 3/18/14
cndeStttoal pur oeos thrites cetisfisathist of *Net new taxable value attributable to new construction, annexations, and tangible personal property over undfer "aeOhomes"de three eurificton pof- 115% of last year's value. willofere hroeteadfomed t valuereqir ofepr- Source: Citrus County Property Appraisers Office
rpertiescprotetin fromes ertyeaprasrsofc Preliminary Tax Roll of July 1, 2014 and Post VAB Final 2013 Certified Tax Roll as of March 18, 2014
according to the property
appraiser's office. For
2014, the assessed value of
homesteaded property
may not increase more
than 1.5 percent from last
year's assessed value, un-Ch s am ay e n o mw
less the owner has madechanges, additions or im- I M1 u tm ytk v r t ig
provements to the property or the ownership of the Wctn ii meitl ic yuAbtc hnet uvv
property has changed.
Non-homesteaded proper-a cEatakSoko iwannsin:Nk.BkorwRl.
ties are capped at 10 per- OetPi.Ntwa agr izns.(OdSet qetu~c
cent for non-school
assessed values onlyher raksnpmmg 1YR
This year's new construction value of $66 million, while lower than
2013, should be viewed favorably when compared If you ever experience any of these symptoms,
with 201 1's $49 million and call 911 and get to the nearest emergency room.
2012's $56 million, according to the property appraiser's office.
Construction values in .....
2013 were exceptional by
comparison due to the addition of some large com- il.... ........
mercial construction
projects.
The city of Inverness,
led by new construction
and stabilizing home
prices, posted a 1.59 percent increase from the
final 2013 certified values,
with a 2014 taxable value
of $351,021,827.




A6 SUNDAY, JUNE 29, 2014 Chmus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


Obituaries R&B singer-songwriter dies




=t=_ Bobby Womack
William Danielanifu talris
Engelman, 80 Murphy, 78 anifutalris
HOMOSASSA CRYSTAL RIVER CHRIS TALBOTT
A Memorial Mass for Mr Daniel J. Murphy, 78, of AP music writer
William R. Engelman, age Crystal River, Florida, re- BbyWmcaclru n
80, of Homosassa, Florida, tired Senior Master Sgt., highly influentialrfu siner
will be:0 U S re, songwriter who influenced artists
held 1:00F 0 C from the Rolling Stones to Damon
A Mpassed
Wed n es- away on Albarn, has died. He was 70.
day, July 2, Wed n es- Womack's publicist Sonya .2
2014 at the -day, June Kolowrat said Friday that the singer
5 t .5 01,a had died, but she could provide no
Thomas his home.ohrdtis
the pos A ntiv ofWith an incomparable voice few
t 1 e William Astoria, Daniel could match, Womack was astirring
Catholic Enigelman New York, Murphy singer and gitarist in his own right Associated Press
Church, he was and a powerful songwriter whose Musician Bobby Womack poses for a portrait June 22, 2012, to promote a
Homosassa, FL with Fa- born January 27, 1936,' to hits like 'Across 110th Street," "If new album, "The Bravest Man in the Universe." Womack, 70, a colorful and ther Ron Marecki officiat- Daniel and Carmela You Think You're Lonely Now" and highly influential R&B singer-songwriter who impacted artists from the ing. Cremation will be (Bolignese) Murphy, as one "I Wish He Didn't Trust Me SO Rolling Stones to Damon Albarn, has died. Womack's publicist Sonya under the direction of of four children. Much" captured the imagination Of Kolowrat confirmed to The Associated Press on Friday that the singer died
Hooper Crematory, Inver- Mr Murphy served his future stars in rock 'n' roll and R&B. but had no other details to provide.
ness, Florida. The family country in the U.S. Marine "He had a style that nobody else requests expressions of Corps, U.S. Army, and the could ever capture," longtime and songwriter in a career that Sam Cooke, who signed the group to sympathy take the form of U.S. Air Force; a military friend, gospel singer Candi Staton, spanned seven decades. his personal label, Womack moved memorial donations to the career that spanned over said in a statement. "I loved him and "I must have listened to 'Facts of into secular music. In the early Ellie Schiller Homosassa 40 years, including re- I will miss him so, so very much." Life' for months, what an influence, 1960s his group recorded "It's All Wildlife State Park, 4150 S. servist time with the Air In a statement, musician Peter what a voice, so long Bobby!!" Rod Over Now," which was covered and Suncoast Blvd., Ho- National Guard of New Gabriel said: "I'm very sad to learn Stewart said in a statement to The by the Stones and became the
mosassa, FL 34446. Online York. He was a lifelong ac- of Bobby Womack's death ... His Associated Press. band's first No. 1 hit.
condolences may be sent complished musician, es- songs and his voice have been so Womack was inducted into the His songs have been recorded by to the family at www, pecially in brass much a part of the fabric of so many Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2009, multiple artists, and he played as a
HooperFineralHome.com. instruments, which led musical lives. In recent years, it was long after he'd lost his fortune and session musician in Memphis in the
Mr Engelman was born him to his final duty sta- great to see Richard Russell and his career to addiction. 1960s.
February 20, 1934 in tion as Band Superinten- Damon Albarn bringing his music He spoke of kicking his substance Albarn and XL Recordings presiVallejo, CA, son of the late dent, 552nd Air Force back into our attention. He was a abuse problems in a 2012 interview dent Richard Russell helped WomWilliam and Mabel (Ream) Band, Newburgh, New soul legend. Our thoughts and con- with The Associated Press and all ack regain his career with 2012
Engelman. He died June York, a post from which he dolences are with his family and the friends he'd lost to drugs over comeback album "The Bravest Man 27, 2014 in Crystal River, fully retired in 1996. friends at this time." the years. in the Universe." The album was a
FL. Mr Engelman was an He also enjoyed a sec- Womack's death comes as some- "I think the biggest move for me departure for Womack, full of elecAir Force veteran and ond career as a retired sig- thing of a surprise. Though he was was to get away from the drug tronic music and beats. But it was worked as a human re- nal foreman for the Long diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease scene," Womack said. "It wasn't lauded by critics for a simple reasource manager He Island Railroad, with 27 two years ago and overcame addic- easy It was hard because everybody son: That distinctive voice of his moved to Homosassa, years of service. Daniel tion and multiple health issues, in- I knew did drugs. .They didn't still brought chills. Florida from Damascus, was a Life Member of both cluding prostate and colon cancer, know when to turn it off. So for me "I don't think he ever really MD in 1992. Mr Engelman the VFW Post #2913, recently, he seemed in good health looking at Wilson Pickett, close thought that he would do anything was a volunteer with the Patchogue, New York, andi and spirits when he performed ear- friends of mine, Sly Stone, Jim Hen- again," Albarn said of Womack in Ellier Schiller Homosassa the American Legion Post lier this month at the Bonnaroo drix, Janis Joplin, and I can go on March. "Watching his rehabilitation Springs Wildlife Park #155, Crystal River He Music & Arts Festival, and on and on, and I say all of them and watching his ability to confront
(1994-2002), Citrus Memo- was a member of DAV He told the BBC in 2013 the died because of drugs." new material and new challenges
rial Hospital (2005-2013) Chapter Empire State #2, Alzheimer's diagnosis came after According to the Rock and Roll was nothing short of miraculous at and the AARP tax program New York, Korean War he began having difficulty remem- Hall of Fame website, Womack was the time, and he still today continfor over 20 years and a Veterans Citrus Chapter bering his songs and the names of born in Cleveland, Ohio, and sang ues to battle his demons and his illmember of Thomas the #192, and was Past Coin- people he had worked with. gospel music at a young age, per- ness. But he's a beautiful person
Apostle Catholic Church. mander of the Italian- And there have been many The forming with his brothers in The and when he opens his mouth and Mr Engelman was pre- American War Veterans soul singer cut a wide path through Womack Brothers. Under the influ- that voice comes out, it is something
ceded in death by his par- Post #46, New York. Mr the music business as a performer ence of gospel and R&B legend that is somehow touched by God." ents, a son, William H. Murphy also enjoyed his
Engelman and his sister, experience as a private
Ann Bedwell. Survivors in- pilot and owned his own*1 11N
dlude his wife of 57 years, planes. Feds decide against diredge saecd on NCisland
Madeline Engelman of He is survived by his gg s n
Homosassa, son, James H. wife for over 39 years,
(Brenda) Engelman, Sr of Kathleen Murphy, Crystal Associated Press We provided public com- the decision that was off Bogue Banks, didn't
Granite Falls, NC, daugh- River; son, Richard Pace, ment and data, and the made," Kenney said. work, officials from that
ter, Elizabeth (John) Greenville, New York; RALEIGH, N.C. -The federal government, espe- The proposal was made area said.
Cochran of Thurmont, MD, daughters, Terry Murphy National Park Service has cially the Park Service, in early 2013 for the draft Atlantic Beach Mayor brother, Dr David (Marie) Patchogue, New York, backed off its proposal to listened to us and version of a Dredge Mate- Trace Cooper estimates Engelman of Ledyard, CT, Kathleen Carmody fiance6 use dredged sand to fight reassessed." rial Management Plan, the sand that the town has
5 grandchildren, James, Mitchell), Selden, New erosion on North Car- In a letter earlier this which will determine the received previously proJr, Ashton, Samantha, York, Lorraine Peritore olina's Shackleford Banks month to the Army Corps use of sand over the next tects about $2 billion in
Jacob and Emma and 7 (husband Charlie), Coram, -pleasing both environ- of Engineers, the superin- 20 years once it's final- oceanfront investment
great grandchildren, Gaby, New York, Beanie Murphy mentalists, who want to tendent of the Cape Look- ized. It's the result of legal from storms along with Andrew, Isaiah, Oliver, (husband Dave), Dunnel- maintain the barrier is- out National Seashore agreement reached in protecting Fort Macon Aubrey, Elijah and Wyatt. Ion; sisters, Lorraine land's pristine condition, said he was withdrawing 2008 between Carteret State Park and providing Arrangements are under Lorch, Ocala, and Patricia and local beach town offi- the proposal to put County and the Corps of wide beaches for visitors. the direction of the Ho- Longo, Holbrook, New cials, who want the sand dredged sand on Shackle- Engineers to maintain the Under an interim manmosassa Chapel of Hooper York; and eight grandchil- for their shores. ford Banks, the southern- Morehead City Harbor agement plan, sand goes Funeral Homes & dren. Mr Murphy was pre- "This is good news for most barrier island in the The Park Service still to the beach every three
Crematory ceded in death by a son environmentalists. This is seashore. The Park Serv- supports having the Corps years and offshore in the
Kevin Pace, on May 15' good news for the shore- ice manages Shackleford place sand offshore from other two years. Michael 2013, and a sister Maureen line. And this is good news Banks, which is home to the island in areas where
Settle, 76 Murphy for barrier islands," said about 100 wild horses but the water is less than 25 ToPaeYu
Friends will be received Orrin Pilkey, environmen- no humans, as a wilder- feet deep in hopes that ToPaeYu LECANTO from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. and talist and geology profes- ness area. waves will move the sand "In Mein ry" ad,
Michael L. Settle, 76, 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. on Sunday, sor emeritus at Duke Seashore Superinten- toward shore. A similar VJ
Lecanto, Florida, died June 29, 2014, at Wilder University. "Thirty per- dent Pat Kenney initially plan, where the sand was Contact June 26, 2014, at Seven Funeral Home. A chapel cent of the world's barrier thought the extra sand placed in greater depths Darrell Watson 564-2917 Rivers Regional Medical prayer service will follow islands are in the U.S., would limit erosion on Center, Crystal River, at 12:00 p.m. on Monday, and we've got to preserve the western tip of ShackFlorida. June 30, 2014, at Wilder them." leford. He said he
Private arrangements Rineral Home. Interment, It was also good news changed his mind after ad is4bsnesdy
ar byC. E -. DvsF- wit miltar hoos will for, to-uha Alantic- talkin witcostl s- Funra Homef




Cimus CouI'Wi' (FL) CHRONICLE NATION/LOCAL SUNDAY, JUNE 29, 2014 A7



NASA launches Mars


'flying saucer' on Earth

Associated Press

LOS ANGELES -A saucer-shaped NASA vehicle launched by balloon high into Earth's atmosphere splashed down in the Pacific Ocean on Saturday, corn pleting a mostly successful test on Satur- .......
day of technology that could be used to land on Mars.Since the twin Viking spacecraftlanded on the red planet in 1976, NASA has relied on the same parachute design Ascae rs
to slow landers and rovers after piercing Ascae rs
through the thin Martian atmosphere. This image taken from video shows the The $150 million experimental flight launch Saturday of the high-altitudetested a novel vehicle and a giant para- balloon carrying this saucer-shaped chute designed to deliver heavier space- vehicle for NASA in Kauai, Hawaii.
craft and eventually astronauts. the mission in real time thanks to cam- 0
Despite small problems like the giant eras on board the vehicle that beamed deemed the mission a success. After taking off at 11:40 a.m. PDT from
"What we just saw was a really good the Pacific Missile Range Facility on the test," said NASA engineer Dan Coatta Hawaiian island of Kauai, the balloon with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in boosted the disc-shaped vehicle over the
Pasadena, California. Pacific. Its rocket motor then ignited, car-a
Viewers around the world with an In- rying the vehicle to more than 30 miles Evng
ternet connection followed portions of high at supersonic speeds.


HOPE
Continued from Page Al

Of the remaining voters,
only 192 are registered
Libertarians.
Still, Wyllie and other
Libertarian candidates hit e g
on themes that resonate
with a group of voters who
are fed up with congres- 0 1 1 4 0
sional gridlock, government regulation and a
two-party system that, in g *
their eyes, has morphed
into one.
Saturday's group, for example, would gladly do
away with the Southwest
Florida Water Manage-ment District and the U.S. S
Environmental Protection
Agency Wyllie was right there -0
with them.
"This is taxation without
representation," he said,
referring to the water
agency, whose board mem- MIKE WRIGHT/Chronicle
bers are appointed by the Bill Wohlsifer, at right speaking with Harry Cooper, says governor and set tax rates. he is the first Libertarian to ever get on the ballot for "It's something we fought a Florida attorney general. revolution over''
While Wyllie acknowl- said the cards are stacked party, said the key to a Libedged that Libertarian against any third-party ertarian breakthrough is support at the ballot box candidate. the work of volunteers.
continues to lag far behind He said public financing "Little by little, we're Democrats and Republi- laws require candidates to going to make a differcans, he is hopeful the tide have accumulated through ence," she said. is turning. fundraising large sums of Wohlsifer said his party
"I'm polling 17 percent," money in increments of moves forward hoping for he said, adding that in a $250. The minimum for the a day when the public race with Gov Rick Scott attorney general's race is abandons the two major and former Gov Charlie $100,000; it's $150,000 for parties. Crist, 34 percent might be the governor's race, he "There's got to be a enough to win. "We are said. point," he said, "when vot-4
starting to break through. "I don't see it happening ers realize they've got to Spread the word." between now and Novem- elect someone else."
Wohlsifer, an attorney ber for myself," Wohlsifer Contact Chronicle rewho says he is the first Lib- said. p orter Mike Wrigh t a t 352ertarian on the ballot for Edna Matos, who heads 563-3228 or mwright@ Florida attorney general, of the Citrus County tea chronicleonline. corn.




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Annual auction features treasures, celebrities

Special to the Chronicle event began in 1984 to kick off graphed by Tampa Bay Rays Joe haps a "redneck" basket featur- rus County's own celebrities,"
the Run for the Money fundrais- Maddon and Ben Zobrist, as well ing "Hick is Chic" signed by red- she said. If you ask Key Training Center ing campaign highlighted by a as Hall of Flamer Nolan Ryan. neck specialist Jeff Foxworthy There will, of course, be other Executive Director Chet Cole team of runners j ourneying from Race fans will take pleasure among the moon pies, beef jerky items in both the live and silent what the most exciting item in Tallahassee down U.S. 19 in the in the photo and cap signed by and vintage RC Cola bottle? auctions that may not boast a this year's Reach for the Stars dead heat of July to symbolize NASCAR legend Richard Petty, The silent auction will display famed signature but are anticiAuction is and he will no doubt the struggle and the strength of as well as framed photos signed more than 130 items and include pated to bring lively bidding tell you it's the tribute to Ted those developmentally disabled by Jeff Gordon and Dale Earn- several celebrity offerings for among guests -fine jewelry, Williams -the recently pub- men and women this facility is hardtJr guests to bid on as the evening trips, golf packages, creative
lished book "Ted Williams, My dedicated to serving. The festive Also available is a rare poster activities progress: A Slice of baskets, tickets to sporting Father" signed by daughter evening quickly became a suc- from the Bob Dylan/Paul Simon Life tie signed by designer Hal events, gift cards, household Claudia Williams and the treas- cessful tradition, known for hay- Budweiser Concert series at Craddock; "Cove of the Withla- items and even an inflatable ured photo of the legendary ing those one-of-a-kind auction Meadows Music Theater, signed coochee" signed by local kayak and a red ukulele. Boston Red Sox hitter with his items guests look forward to. by the famed artist Bob Masse. resident/photographer Dan Tickets are still available to certified signature. A collector and a connoisseur Music lovers will also be able Montgomery; a collectible photo this year's "Reach for the Stars"
"These are close to priceless," of celebrity memorabilia, Cole to bid on a Beach Boys Endless of John Wayne complete with on Friday, July 11, at the Chet Cole said. But then, he will understands the value of all Summer CD signed by several signature; and a signed print of Cole Life Enrichment Center, admit he is also particularly kinds of items which have been members of the band. the USS BARB. 5521 W Buster Whitton Way,
fond of the signed photo of for- touched by those who have Celebrity signatures that fall It is destined to be a night for Lecanto, with doors opening at mer Florida State football coach reached that celebrity status. under the "novelty" heading the stars, according to Key Cen- 5:30 p.m. Bobby Bowden kissing the But more than that, he admits, have always been a high spot at ter Foundation Director Neale Proceeds from the $75 tickets school's revered spear at his last "It just makes for a fun auction." this gala. Brennan, who added that the will go directly to the Key Traingame, which also comes with This year's auction is bringing Where else can you find a special entertainment features ing Center to provide scholartickets for a 2014 season game back a lot of that star-struck fla- "South Park" script for "Mr the Key Stars, clients portraying ships, vocational training, and, of course, an FSU jersey vor and a lot of that excitement, Hankey, the Christmas Poo" such music greats as the Beatles, residential provisions and lifeLoyal to a fault to his alma offering a unique collection of signed by Isaac Hayes, Trey the Supremes and the Village enriching experiences to more mater, Cole is thinking the pack- items authentically signed by Parker and Matt Stone? Or an- People. than 300 adults with developage will be a show-stopper at the musicians, sports stars, authors, other from Comedy Central, a 'And don't be surprised if you mental disabilities. auction. artists and designers. collectible script of the "Daily find several of the Tampa Bay For additional information
First called the Key Training Sports enthusiasts will be Show" with guest Hugh Jackman Bucs serving you drinks at the and/or for ticket purchases, call Center Celebrity Auction, this drawn to the baseballs auto- signed by Jon Stewart? Or per- open bar, along with a few of Cit- 352-795-5541, ext. 311.


KEY RAIINGCENER RN FR TE M NEYhome in Inverness, where in the dark, he can walk in KEKRIIGEETRYNFO H OE he lasted for about two the daylight.
Continued from Page Al The annual Key Training Center Run for the Money fundraising event begins months. He's also learning by exFriday, July 11, and concludes Saturday, July 19. Events include: He wanted to be on his perience what to do when
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apartment to come and get 0 Run for the Money 180-mile run from Tallahassee to Lecanto begins Monday, would he cross the street? turned the "WALK/DON'T him. July 14 and concludes Saturday, July 19 at the Key Center campus in Lecanto. His support people kept WALK" sign in such a way
Living on your own isn't 0 The 27th Key Training Center Run for the Money Telethon airs from 9 am. to saying, 'Don't worry; we'll that he couldn't see it. easy for anyone, and espe- 6 p.m. Saturday, July 19, on WYKE-TV Channel 47 or cable Channel 16, with a teach him.' So, he moved His mother had been cially for those who are goal of raising the funds necessary to provide essential services to more than into his own place and driving by and she noticed nearly blind and are de- 300 developmentally disabled adults and to provide scholarships to nearly 70 never had one second of that he was standing at the velopmentally challenged. individuals who do not receive state funding. To make a telethon pledge call 'Oh no! I'm all alone."' intersection, but not crossBut for those who want 352-527-2341 or, toll free, 888-377-0340. All donations are tax deductible. A vision therapist ing the street. it badly enough, like Payne Major credit cards are accepted. worked with him, walking Finally, he walked down
does, it can be done. 0 Walk a Mile Honorary Key clients as captains will lead a one-mile walk with him all over town -the street to another interMEN through the Key's Lecanto campus beginning at 11:30 am. Saturday, July 19, at night -using his cane. section with a signal that
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openly in the eastern the black banners of Ansar
S US P Libyan city, spotted at al-Shariah.
cafes and other public The compound's main
Continue frm Pp~lplaces, even after the building was set ablaze.
Obama administration Stevens suffocated inside
that killed U.S. Ambassa- publicly named him as a and another American was
dor Chris Stevens and assets ed
three other Americans. He is accused of being a At the time, several witThat crime is punishable m beofteAsra-nesses said they saw Abu
byugove lifen sin pisonh Shariah group, the power- Khattala directing fighters
govrnmnt aidit oonful Islamic militia that the at the site.
would file more charges U.S. believes was behind Later in the evening,
against Abu Khattala. the attack. gunmen attacked and
During his initial court He acknowledged in an shelled a safe house, killing
appearance, the defendant interview with The Associ- two more Americans. No
listened via headphones to ated Press in January that evidence has emerged that
a translation of the pro- .he was present during the Abu Khattala was involved
ceedings. He wore a two- Kstorming of the U.S. mis- in the later attack piece black track suit had j~-sion in Benghazi. But he Abu Khattala is one of
a beard and long curly hair, denied involvement in the just a few cases in which
both mostly gray, and kept attack, saying he was trying the administration has caphis hands, which were not to organize a rescue of lured a suspected terrorist
handcuffed, behind his "trapped people. overseas and interrogated
back. In the attack, gunmen him for intelligence purHe looked impassively at fired rocket-propelled poses before bringing him
U.S. Magistrate Judge John grenades and stormed the to federal court to face
Facciola for most of the Associated Press mission, with many waving charges.
hearing. Abu Khattala's The motorcade transporting the Libyan militant Ahmed Abu Khattala, accused of court-appointed lawyer, masterminding the deadly Benghazi attack at the U.S. embassy, leaves the federal 112-0629 SUCIRN
Michelle Peterson, entered U.S. District Court in Washington on Saturday after Khattala plead not guilty toPU LC N T E
the not guilty plea. Flacciola conspiracy at his first appearance in court in the United States. PUBLIC_____NOTICE_ordered the defendant's NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, that the
continued detention, but him to the United States. name and spoke on condi- World Trade Center and Board of County Commissioners of Citrus County, Florida, sitting as the
the judge did not say where He was flown early Satur- tion of anonymity The na- the Pentagon quickly be- governing body of the 2011 Citrus County/City of Crystal River Wastewater Abu Khattala would be day by military helicopter ture of those conversations came a political contro- Municipal Service Benefit Unit for Wastewater Utility Services -Area 114, will
held frm aNav shi toa N- wsn'timmdiaelyclea vesy t hme.hold a public hearing on Tuesday, July 22, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. at the Board of
held frm aNav shi toa N- wsn'timmdiaelyclea vesy t hme.County Commissioners' Meeting Room, Citrus County Courthouse, 110
The U.S. Marshals Serv- tional Park Service landing A criminal complaint Republicans accused North Apopka Avenue, Inverness, Florida to consider adoption of the:
ice said it had taken cus- pad in the city's Anacostia filed last year and unsealed the White House, as the NON-AD VALOREM ASSESSMENT ROLL FOR THE 2011 CITRUS COUNTYICITY OF CRYSTAL RIVER WASTEWATER SPECIAL
tody of Abu Khattala, who neighborhood, according to after Abu Khattala's cap- 2012 presidential election ASSESSMENT DISTRICT-AREA 114
now was confined to a de- a U.S. official who was not ture charged him with ter- neared, of intentionally to impose and provide for collection of a special assessment on improved tenton aciityin he api auhorzedto iscss te rr-rlatd cime, msledin th pulic and unimproved, privately owned properties located in the centralized 2011 tentionfaciliy in te capi authorzed todiscus the rr-relaed cCitrusmiCounty/CitypuliofCCrusstaltyRiverofWastewaterer SpecialerS AssessmentsmeDistrict-t tal region, ending a harried transfer publicly and spoke including killing a person about what prompted the Area 114. day for the Libyan. on condition of anonymity. during an attack on a fed- attacks. The White House The geographic area to which the non-ad valorem assessment applies is
U.S. special forces cap- A U.S. official said Abu eral facility. A new, single- said Republicans were as follows:
tured Abu Khattala in Khattala had been advised count indi ctment will likely politicizing a national 2011 CITRUSCOLMTYICTYOp CRYTAL
Libya two weeks ago, mark- of his Miranda rights at be superseded by addi- tragedy DITITAAI
ing the first breakthrough some point during his trip tional charges, prosecutors Abu Khattala was a in the investigation. Offi- and continued talking after say prominent figure in Bengcials had been questioning that The official wasn't au- The violence in Libya on hazi's circles of extremists. Abu Khattala aboard a thorized to discuss an on- the 11th anniversary of the He was popular among Navy ship that transported going investigation by Sept. 11 attacks on the young radicals and lived


though he has a cleaning same sense of pride. "I like to bowl, watch
KEY lady come in twice a There was the time he movies, play games. I like
KE month to help him with the went to Walmart with his to go out with my friends,"
Continued from PooA hnshe misses because friend who drives and the he says. "My goal is to
of his limited eyesight. friend suggested they play learn about how to eat AREA LOCATOR MAP, i!,lm
he could see and crossed If you tell him how to do with the motorized carts. more healthy and learn to- I
there. something, he memorizes "Racing was involved," know when food is going DESCRIPTION OF SERVICE AREAS
MEN the sequence and follows Hopper says. bad and to check the dates. AREA 114: Properties located in the Fort Island Trail corridor and part of the
During the week, it exactly, whether it's "My friend told me to do That's something I don't unincorporated area of Citrus County bordering and/or in close proximity of
the Crystal River and King's Bay to the City of Crystal River's wastewater
Michael Payne works at doing his laundry cleaning it but it was a bad idea, be- know about." facilities.
the Key Center workshop. the shower or cooking a cause I might hit some- He also really, really The total cost of the improvements is approximately $737,539.54. The
Two days a week he walks meal. thing," Michael says. "I got wants to drive a car That total assessment revenue to be generated within the entire service area,
work taingthebusin roule rom y mm h's eary bindMicael including the financing costs and the collection costs (if there are no
to wok aigtebs And he likes surprising intobefo ymmh' erybidMcal prepayments) over the entire ten year period is approximately $864,839.79.
home, and two days he his mom. One day a few and everybody" doesn't see as an obstacle, Property owners can chose to pay a lump sum special assessment fee of
walk hoe. n Tursdy yarsagohe dcidd h HU andhasa sluton.$3,007.30 per assessment unit, or pay the special assessment fee along with
walk hoe. n Tursdy yarsagohe dcidd h ME andhasa sluton.financing costs over 10 years on the property tax bill as a non-ad valorem
mornings, he walks from needed a haircut, so he Every day, Michael "There's a Google car assessment. The estimated annual wastewater assessment is $352.64 per
the workshop to Mama's walked to the barber shop. Payne checks the radar to out there that drives it- assessment unit. All affected property owners have a right to appear at this wher he "Itwasa bg dal or ee f h shold entre elf" h sas. i sw i on public hearing and to file written objections with the Board of County Kuntry Kafe, weeh "Iwaabidelfrseihesolvetr sef"hsas"Iawton Commissioners within twenty (20) days of the date of this notice. Written
works as a dishwasher me," Hopper says. "We out for a walk. When he's the news." objections or comments should be mailed to the Clerk of the Board of County
That's what he really showed up to pick him up not working, he's most Contact Chronicle re- Commissioners at 110 North Apopka Avenue, Inverness, Florida 34450. A
for hurh ad h hadhislikly alkng t orfro poter anc Kened at more specific description of the assessment program is set forth in the wants to do full-time. He frcucanhehdhslklwakntoofrmp trNnyKneyatproposed Final Assessment Resolution which can be viewed following
says he loves washing hair cut. That was such a Taco Bell, his favorite 352-564-2927 or nkennedy publication of the July 22, 2014 BOCC agenda. The preliminary Non-Ad
dishs. e lvesthefoo suprie, nd ne lss lac toeat69 hroiclonlne~om. Valorem Assessment Roll is scheduled to be available for inspection on June
dishes.He love the fod surprse, andone les placeto e10, 2014i atnlitheoAssessment a theoAsessmen Coo officer' inff the LecantoeanGovernmentn
there, too, especially the thing I had to do." ________________________________ Building, 3600 W. Sovereign Path, Suite #205, Lecanto, Florida, following
shrimp. However, not every step adoption of the Preliminary Assessment Resolution.
At ome Mihae dos f idepndece ichel115-0629 The assessments will be collected on the ad valorem tax bill, as
At hmeMicaeldoe of ndeendnceMicaelauthorized by Section 197.3632, Florida Statute. FAILURE TO PAY THE everything for himself, al- takes gives his mom that I TI ASSESSMENTS WILL CAUSE A TAX CERTIFICATE TO BE ISSUED
NO I E OF TO YOUR PROPERTY The Board intends to collect the assessment in
mu ~ ~ u ~ A E installmentst, the first of which will be included on the ad valorem tax bill to be FIRST~I AMFRIC'N TRUST mailed in November 2014 by the County Tax Collector
of Ceta Floid BU G E H IE RING The public hearing is being held for the purpose of receiving public
comment on the proposed assessment and collection of the assessment on
6 Mo t CD the ad valorem tax roll. All affected property owners have a right to appear at
Whee ou Inerst The City Council of the City of Inverness will the hearing and to file written objections with the County Administrator any
$10,00 DeoiadIcoeCmeFrt time prior to the public hearings, or twenty days from this notice, whichever is
hold a public hearing on Tuesday, July 1, longer
2014 at :30 ~m.at te Ivernss f a person decides to appeal any decision made by the Board of County
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he/she will need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made,
3 .2 5Govrnmet Cnte, 21 W.MainStret, which record shall include the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal
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With 2016 in sight, Christie waging drug fight In Pakistan,

Associated Press refugee crisis

TRENTON, N.J. -On no one's exacerbating
early list of issues likely to headline the 2016 Republican presi- polio crisis
dential primaries is the nation's
"war on drugs." Associated Press
Chris Christie plans to putitthiere. _______The New Jersey governor BANNU, Pakistan
steadily pushing himself back The rugged Pakistani reinto the 2016 discussion after a gion of North Waziristan
political scandal at home, recently emerged as a hotbed of
marked the 43rd anniversary of polio infections after TabPresident Richard Nixon's fa- iban militants in the isomous declaration by expanding a lated area banned
program that equips first respon- -;mimmunizations. Now the
ders with a drug to combat heroin g;.Pakistani government' s ofoverdoses. fensive against the miliThe next day, he told recover- tants has sent a half-million
ing addicts at a drug treatment refugees fleeing the ternicenter that "there is simply no tory, creating both perfect
more important issue to me, in conditions for the disease
my heart as governor" to spread and a golden op"I have to struggle with fiscal portunity to immunize
problems and tax problems and many thousands of people.
job creation and health care and Taliban militants banned
education, lots of other issues vaccinations in the sumthat are clearly important. And mer of 2012, saying they
I'm not trying to minimize those," would allow them only if
Christie said. "But you need to the U.S. stopped drone
understand that as a father strikes. The result has been
there's nothing more important SIa spike in polio infections
to me than this." 1in Pakistan, which is one
It might sound like a peculiar of only three countries
topic for a blue-state Republican where the disease has
governor to claim as a signature AsoitdPes never been eradicated.
issue ahead of a potential presi- New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie stands with teacher Ida B. Malloy as he visits participants in a classroom The government has been dential bid. And consider that he at the Rescue Mission of Trenton in Trenton, N.J., on July 19, 2012, before a signing ceremony of legislation trying to vaccinate refugees probably will be competing in to expand the state's drug court treatment program for nonviolent offenders. as they cross into the neighprimaries dominated by conser- Christie went as far as to com- grams as he lost his job, got di- "IFor him to say thatlhe believes boring regions. Dozens of vative voters who might be ex- pare the issue of addiction to that vorced and became estranged that the war on drugs has failed checkpoints are set up pected to favor law-and-order of abortion. from his three young daughters. and then to also believe that peo- along the roads where
candidates. "I believe if you're pro-life, as I Earlier this year, Christie got a ple should continue being prose- refugees are offered drops
A few states are experimenting am, you need to be pro-life for the Sunday morning call with word cuted and criminalized for of the oral polio vaccine. with decriminalizing marijuana whole life. You can't just afford to his 52-year-old friend had been nonviolent offenses like simple About 265,000 people have amid a nationwide boom in be pro-life when the human found dead in a suburban New possession of marijuana for per- been vaccinated that way heroin abuse. Also, several Re- being is in the womb," he said. York motel room, along with empty sonal use ... there's this inherent in June, said WHO officials. publicans governors have em- Christie's history with drug bottles of Percocet and vodka, inconsistency," said Udi Ofer, the But polio-eradication efbraced prison and sentencing policy dates to his first elected "It just made me believe the executive director of the Ameni- forts usually rely on multireform as a way of saving money position in county government 20 words that I had actually said can Civil Liberties Union of New ple rounds of vaccination. So Christie could find a recep- years ago, when he was assigned previously even more -that this Jersey "He has to choose which The goal is to have enough tive audience for his message. to oversee human services and could happen to anyone," side he's on." people immunized so the
"I think what 10 years ago was wound up working with Daytop Christie said in an interview Christie is undeterred by such disease can't find a suitperceived as largely an urban New Jersey, an addiction treat- Christie isn't an advocate of the criticism and is willing to address able host and eventually problem has become a national ment center He joined the same kind of sweeping changes to the politics of his choice of issue dies out. But there is no problem," said Steve Duprey, group's board and has been per- the nation's drug laws as those on directly He said he believes his central place in which to New Hampshire's former Repub- sonally contributing and steering the left who share his opinion the position will "play well' in other give vaccinations because lican state chairman and current state money to fund its operations war on drugs is a trillion-dollar states. almost all the refugees
member of the Republican Na- ever since. "failure." "There are drug addicts in from North Waziristan
tional Committee. "It is a big issue." The issue became more per- While he has expanded the use Ohio and in Wisconsin and in have chosen to stay with In an early test of the message sonal eight years ago, when one of drug courts in New Jersey and Florida and Iowa and New family members or to rent before GOP activists, Christie won of Christie's best friends from law pushed through a measure forc- Hampshire," he said. "And I think homes instead of living in applause at a Washington confer- school -the smartest and most ing individuals arrested for those people will understand the the government-run camp. ence hosted by the Faith and successful of a tight-knit group, as minor drug offenses to complete truth of what we're talking about Instead, officials will go Freedom Coalition, a group led by he tells it -developed an addic- drug treatment programs, the for- and I think will be happy that door-to-door in blanket longtime Christian activist Ralph tion to prescription drugs. mer U.S. attorney remains op- we're out here publicly dis- vaccination campaigns Reed, as he made the case for Christie said his friend went posed to the legalization of cussing ways to really give people that target all residents, intreatment instead of incarceration. through a dozen treatment pro- marijuana, the tools to deal with it." cluding refugees.











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Nation BRIEFS Court noised to decide birth-control suit

Garden walk
Associa ted Press Employers must cover limiting the right to corpocontraception for women rations that are under tight
WASHINGTON -The at no extra charge among a family control.
Supreme Court is poised to range of preventive bene- Several justices worried
deliver its verdict in a case fits in employee health at the argument in March
that weighs the religious plans. that such a decision
nights of employers and the Dozens of companies, would lead to religious
right of women to the birth including the Oklahoma objections to covering
control of their choice. City-based arts and crafts blood transfusions or
The court meets for a chain Hobby Lobby, claim vaccinations.

decisions in its two remaining covering some or all case, even if the court
cases before the justices contraceptives, finds such a right exists, it
take off for the summer The methods and de- still has to weigh whether
Associated Press The cases involve birth vices at issue before the the government's decision
The Victorian Social Club control coverage under Supreme Court are those to have employee health
tours the Central Park President Barack Obama's that Hobby Lobby and fur- plans pay for birth control
Rose Garden on Saturday health law and fees paid to niture maker Conestoga Associated Press is important enough to
in Schenectady, N.Y. labor unions representing Wood Specialties Corp. of Customers enter and exit a Hobby Lobby store May 22, overcome the companies'
government employees by East Earl, Pennsylvania, 2013, in Denver. The Supreme Court is poised to deliver religious objections. woker who object to being say can work after cne-its verdict in a case that weighs the religious rights of It is no surprise that this concep-aros o esw employers and the right of women to the birth control ofhi-polecsagd
Ma oig cos affiliated with a union. tion. They are the emer- their choice. tihr ie onths agei
Atlantic reaches Two years after Chief gency contraceptives Plan tre mnh gi
Caribbean Justice John Roberts cast B and ella, as well as in- health and reduces the under federal law or the among the last released.
the pivotal vote that saved trauterine devices, which number of unwanted Constitution. But even The other unresolved NEW YORK -An Amer- the health care law in the can cost up to $1,000. pregnancies, as well as some supporters of the ad- case has been hanging
ican rower who set out to midst of Obama's cam- The Obama administra- abortions. ministration's position around since late January,
cross the Atlantic Ocean in paign for re-election, the tion says insurance cover- The court has never rec- said they would not be sur- often a sign that the honor of his brother justices are considering a age for birth control is ognized a for-profit corpo- prised if the court were to outcome is especially
reached the Caribbean is- sliver of the law important to women's ration's religious rights do so on Monday, perhaps contentious.
land of Saint Martin.
A spokeswoman for 48year-old Victor Mooney said Wor/d BRIEFS
early Saturday the specially
built oceangoing rowboatQut was towed about 20 miles Q iea canvas
to shore Friday while
Mooney was aboard a
search and rescue vessel.
He has lost 80 pounds as
he continues a 3,000-miler journey from the African coast F
to the British Virgin Islands,
and then another 1,800-a plus miles to New York.
Mooney set off Feb. 19 in
a 24-foot boat from Maspolamas, Gran Canaria. His
journey is being done in
honor of a brother who died
of AIDS in 1983. Mooney is
hoping to encourage volun- Ascae rs
taryHIVtestng.An Indian man holds the Mooney has tried the trunk of an elephant as
same feat three other times, another paints it Saturday
without success. on the eve of the annual
Teacher who dragged -4.....Rath Yatra, or Chariot procession, in Ahmadabad,
student will keep job (India. Amid tight security
NORTH PLATTE, Neb. arrangements, devotees
A North Platte physical edu- will seek blessings during
cation teacher who dragged Associated Press the chariot procession of
Lord Jagannath, set to
an 8-year-old student by his People inspect buildings damaged by an Iraqi government airstrike Saturday in the northern city of Mosul. begin Sunday. ankles can keep his job. The Iraq military carried out three airstrikes on the insurgent-held city early Saturday. __________The North Platte Public l uc
coac oark Wooided, Eps hMOCOe Pro-Russian bl
Friday not to terminate the irfree four observers
a longtime teacher and coach insurgents on Saturday reSchool. The 4-2 vote came observers from the Organiat the end of 15 hours of r nu gn m e d c i yzation for Security and Copublic testimony and delib- -operation in Europe, who
eration, and was cheered Associated Press demoralizing defeats at the At the same time, several columns had been held captive since
by a large crowd. hands of insurgents led by the al- of troops pushed north toward the end of May, the organiWitnesses said the third- BAGHDAD Qaida breakaway Islamic State of Tikrit from Samarra, a senior se- zation said.
grader was misbehaving in r he Iraqi government Iraq and the Levant The militants' curity official said on condition OSCE spokesman
Woodhead's physical edu- launched its biggest push surge across much of northern of anonymity because he was not Michael Bociurkiw said that
cation class on Feb. 13. T yet to wrest back ground and western Iraq has thrown the authorized to brief the media. the four observers were reThe student left the class lost to Sunni militants, as sol- country into its deepest crisis By sundown, Lt. Gen. Ahmed leased and met by an OSCE
and went to an office. diers backed by tanks and heli- since U.S. troops withdrew in De- Abu Ragheef, a commander in official in the eastern city of
Woodhead followed the boy copter gunships began an cember 2011, and threatens to the Salahuddin Operational Dntk
and dragged him back to a offensive Saturday to retake the cleave the country in three along Command, said a column of DThescn eeaefl
timeout room, a distance of northern city of Tikrit. sectarian and ethnic lines, troops had reached the edge ofThseodrlaefabout 90 feet Thecil' Thet-re- we-re- onfl icti ng repo nrts Saturdayv's fighting began be.- Tikrit- while. another had le-owed a European Union










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"Money-saving tips
E If you are going to camp regularly, consider purchasing
memberships for discount programs such as Passport America
(www.passportamerica.com), Good Sam Club (www.goodsamclub.com) and others that allow members to get lower rates at some private parks.
0 Private campgrounds some ines charge more for weekend and
holiday stays. You can beat the crowds and save money by camping
during the week.
0 For many private RV campgrounds in Florida, summer is the slow
seasonand camping rates are much lower during this time of year. It
usually costs less to camp between May and September than at other
times of the year.
KEVIN MIMS Fnr the Chronicle
The campground at Stephen Foste_Folk Culture Center State Park
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It's not hard to understand why Florida is such a popular state for ~RV travel. One big reason, of course,
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ACROSS 100 Aspersion 13 Run 104 Like a caretaker 122 Greek letter 140 More peculiar
1 First Hebrew letter 101 -de-lance 14 Folklore creature 107 Race distance 124 Made blunt 142 Grasped
6 Feather boa 102 Also-ran 15 Rivulet 108 Abbr. in footnotes (2 126 Cravat 143 Rotate
11 Ancient Irishmen 104 Blueprint 16 Cellphone wds.) 128 Get sicker 145 Far-out painter
16 Thai money 105 Cry heard at message 110 Makes indistinct 129 Severe 147 Go by
21 Proportion bullfights 17 "- Got a Secret" 111 Green gem 130 Playing marble 150 Sticky stuff
22 Addition result 106 Rotating part 18 Kayak 113 Enticement 131 Male vocalist 152 Distress call letters
23 Leftward, on a ship 107 Code name 19 Like a lot 114 Love god 133 Mary Tyler- 154 Seed
24 Dodge 109 Pester 20 Furnishes 116 Big dog, for short 135 Croc's cousin 156 Damp
25 Mertz or Merman 110 High-fiber food 31 Cleveland's lake 117 Jalopy 138 Cognizant
26 Last Greek letter 111 Radar image 33 Knock 120 Get fast 139 Mammoth
27 Steam 112 Make better 35 Leaping insect Puzzle answer is on Page A17.
28 Inert gas 115 Fatty substance 38 Boutique
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30 Cry 118 Outcome 42 Uppity one
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45 Spoiled 134 Drink greedily 56 Craps "natural"
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55 Part of the eye 142 Serf 62 Passover feast
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Preparing to honor Vietnam vets



Commemoration

planned in Citrus
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events to be staged
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JOHN STEWART
Operation Welcome Home

Citrus County Florida's Operation
Welcome Home program, a nonprofit organization established to honor return- --ft dl
ing military combat veterans from the
war on terrorism, is also a Partner in
the United States of America Commem- Y
oration of the Vietnam War Program.
This 50th anniversary effort requires
a volunteer Partner to conduct four
events from 2015-17 to honor Vietnam _4k,
War veterans, their families and former A
prisoners of war After unanimous vote
of approval on an event proposal submitted to the Citrus County Commissioners and the Inverness City Council, Special to the Chronicle
a special staff was developed and has On June 17, Chief Master Sgt. (retired) John Stewart from Operation Welcome Home presented a Presidential Proclamation to been meeting over the past few months the Inverness City Council and city manager from President Barack Obama establishing the United States of America Vietnam to plan a parade of honor in the City of War Commemoration Program. A shot of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C.
Inverness next year for those who honorably sacrificed so much for our country, yet returned from war to be person. Known activities at this point special vehicles, floats and many other City of Inverness special events director humiliated and scorned. include: program supporters. Contact Sharon Skeele-Hogan at 352Due to personal involvement and 0 On April 30,2015, the Vietnam Trav- At 12:30 p.m., there will be an opening 726-2611 for more information. Parade
commitment to this event by Inverness eling Memorial Wall will arrive via ceremony on the Liberty Park stage participant and Memorial escort appliCity Manager Frank Giovanni, Opera- truck transport to be met at the Crystal with a former Vietnam prisoner of war cations will be submitted to Operation tion Welcome Home was granted per- River Mall parking area by a large as guest speaker The Memorial viewing, Welcome Home or the parade manager, mission for the parade and utilization of group of military veteran and private or- all vendors and entertainment will con- Chris Gregoriou. Call 308-293-0510 or the city's Wallace Brooks Park and Lib- ganizations, primarily using motorcy- tinue throughout the day 352-352-302-9777 to learn more. erty Park located directly on Lake Hen- cles as transport, to escort the Memorial 0 On May 3,2015, vendors and enter- Vendors, Memorial escorts and paat 9 a.m. to Wallace Brooks Park where tainment will continue until 2 p.m. rade participant applications will be reit will be erected for viewing. when a closing ceremony will be held at leased Dec. 15 and can be obtained by
0 On the morning of May 1, 2015, the the Memorial that will include honor calling the indicated point of contact or Memorial will be erected and available guards firing three rounds in unison fol- downloaded from the parade's website for viewing later in the day Registered lowed by a bugler's playing of Taps to link at wwwoperationwelcomehomevetvendors will begin arriving and directed honor and remember those lost in the erans.org. to Liberty Park to erect their booths, etc. Vietnam War Once the ceremony is Meanwhile, you can email questions A large stage with live music will also be completed vendors will begin depar- to them from the website, or offer your available. ture, displays will be closed and the Me- services as a support volunteer for the
0 On May 2, 2015, at 10 a.m., a parade moral will be dismantled for transport many areas where assistance will be will be held In Inverness, routed home the following morning. needed. Additional information will be
through the city from Citrus High This is anticipated to be a large event placed on the website as it becomes
School to the business district The pa- attended by Vietnam War-related per- available over the next several months. rade will consist of Vietnam War veter- sonnel, interested citizens and military Please mark your calendars for the ans, their families, former prisoners of veterans from all wars and peacetime important dates above and make plans war, government and civilian digni- service who have traveled from around to attend or support this parade of taries, military and private organiza- the state of Florida. honor It is time for America to say to
tions, and other individuals. It will To ensure optimum planning, vendor our Vietnam War heroes and their include the possibility of school bands, applications must be submitted to the families, "welcome home."





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VETERANS NOTES Taking a heavy toll

VFW auxiliary plans picnic n
VFW Post 10087 Ladies Auxiliary will ...............
host its annual Independence Day picnic
on Friday, July 4. by.Alan.0.Neal
Lunch will be served from noon to
1:30 p.m. The menu includes pulled pork
potato salad, baked beans and homemaderwash)
desserts. Donations are $7 per person;
tickets are required and are available in ..
the Canteen... .
Music will provided by Alan O'Neal
until 3 p.m. and bingo will be played in te
smoke-free hall at 1 p.m. Raffles will be M :

drawn at 3 p.m.Adutseatfo
VFW Post 10087 is at 2170 Vets Lane (between Cadence bank and the car wash).
Phone 352-746-0440 for information.
Post plans picnic, July menus

VFW Post 4864 welcomes all for a July 4
picnic at noon Friday, July 4, at the post in
Citrus Springs. :
On the menu are pulled pork, corn on
the cob, beans and coleslaw Adults eat for
$7 and children younger than 6 are $3. j
Bring the whole family for prizes and fun.
The menus for the month are as follows:
July 11, meat loaf, July 18, roast turkey;
July 25, pork chops.
For information, all 352-465-4864 or Eva
M. White at 352-746-6667 or email
evabusl5@yahoo.com.

Members sought for Sons
American Legion Post 166 of Homosassa
Springs seeks male descendants, adopted
sons and stepsons of members of the
American Legion and such male descendants of veterans who died in the service
to their country during times of war
Such men in the Chassahowitzka, Homosassa, Homosassa Springs and the Sug- ALL.
armill Woods area who are interested in STEPHEN E. LASKO/For the Chronicle
becoming members of the Sons of the U.S. Army veteran Donald "Ducky" Robertson, 89, received the French Legion of Merit, Purple Heart and the Bronze Star,
American Legion are needed. There is no among many other commendations, for his service in World War II, but when asked which was his favorite, points to the pin form or class of membership, except as ac- on his hat and says that "... the Spruce Goose was the most fun." tive membership.
Those interested in becoming members
may contact Clay Scott, vice commander of
American Legion Post 166. He may be M ofOmaha Beach hard to recall
reached by writing to: American Legion
Post 166, PO. Box 767, Homosassa Springs,
FL 34447-0767, or by calling 928-848-8359. C.J. RISAK W
H is e m a il a d d r e ss is e a g le r id e r@ g m x .c o m C o r r esp o n d e n t ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
Interested men may stop by the post on. ..
the regular meeting night, the first Mon- onald "Duckie"
day monthly, at 7 p.m. at the Springs Lodge
No. 378 F&AM at 5030 S. Memorial Drive. Robertson was w words

40&8 to have breakfast 19 when he
40&8 to have breakfastplayed his part Nm:Dnl oeto

Citrus 40&8 Voiture 1219 welcomes the in D-Da y the Nar Name: Donald Robertson
public to breakfast from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Normandy Rank: Sergeant
the first Sunday each month at American Invasion in World War II. Branch: U.S. Army
Legion Post 155 on State Road 44 in Crys- Outfit: 29th Infantry Division, 147th
tal River (6585 E. Gulf-to-Lake Highway). Robertson was one of Combat Engineers; also Company M,
175th Infantry Regiment
Donation is $6 for adults; special on those unlucky enough to When: January 1943-December 1945
kids' (8 and younger) meals. Specialty ln at m hW e: a a 1 ecem d14
drinks available for $1. land at Omaha Beach, Stationed: Omaha Beach, Normandy,
Proceeds benefit programs of the 40&8. the site of the bloodiest France, 1944; Brest, France, 1944;
ote Elbe River, France, 194445.
battle of the invasion. Duties: Clearing obstacles and
batlloitennvsin
Clinic accepting enrollments demolitions for U.S. troops; also
The Lecanto VA Clinic is currently ac- A native of North Braddock, Penn- operated .30-caliber water-cooled
curretly c- machine gun cepting health care enrollments and sylvania, Robertson readily admits he Awards: Bronze Star, Purple Heart,
registrations. doesn't remember most of it. It isn't Legion of Honor (French), Combat
VA enrollment qualifies as Minimum Es- just the 70 years that have elapsed Infantry Badge, European Theater
sential Coverage, under the Affordable since the invasion, nor does he blame Ribbon (Northern France, Belgium,
Care Act (ACA). New patient appointments a certain event or series of events as Holland, Germany), Presidential Unit
for primary care and mental health are the reason; Robertson doesn't know Citation
available. why Veterans organizations: American
The clinic is at 2804 W Marc Knighton He just can't remember Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars
Court, Lecanto (next to Black Diamond). He does remember first arriving at Clinic hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday Omaha Beach as part of the Combat Special to the Chronicle
through Friday; closed federal holidays. Engineers assigned to the 29th Divi- Capt. Lindsey Rowland, left, and Donald "Duckie" Robertson, right, watch Call Lecanto Veterans Affairs (VA) Clinic sion. He wasn't among those in the first parachutists descend during a 2004 re-enactment of the airborne invasion at 352-746-8004 for eligibility information wave "Christ almighty no," he said, "I of Normandy. or questions. wouldn't be here if I was." As a combat
engineer, his job was to clear away the off the transport on a rope ladder onto ting stepped on, would elevate several Com payga es it pst numerous mines and underwater ob- an LCVP (Landing Craft Vehicle Per- feet before detonating.
stacles the enemy left on the beach. sonnel), and a body floated by the When French ports were liberated VFW Post 8189 in Homosassa invites the "My outfit backed up the 29th In- LCVP in a blue uniform, belly down," and got back into action, the Mulberpublic to have some fun. fantry Division," he said, adding "and he said. "I don't know what happened ries were shut down. Robertson's comBingo is played at 2 p.m. Wednesdays the reason for that was there were un- to me but after that I lost all memory I bat engineers unit was sent to Brest to and food is available. Jam sessions are derwater obstacles, there were mines don't remember hitting the beach, I deal with the submarine pens, somefrom 3 to 7 p.m. Thursdays. and booby traps, plus all the damn don't know how we got from the trans- thing that put him in combat none of
The post is at 8856 Veterans Drive, guns." port to the beach, I don't remember the which he remembers. An injury sufHomosassa. Which is what he labored at- not fire, the smoke, I only remember little fered while working on the docks at
just for a couple of days, or even a bits, but I can't put any of it together" Omaha, severe enough to get RobertPost 58 plans flea markets week or two. Robertson was stationed Robertson was trained to operate a son a Purple Heart, left him with ade
at Omaha Beach for several months, .30-caliber water-cooled machine gun, cision to make late in 1944. The public is invited to play bingo helping to keep the supplies flowing to which is what he manned on guard He could remain hospitalized, someThursdays at American Legion Wall-Rives the soldiers driving inland against for- duty on one of the cliffs overlooking thing he couldn't bear to do, or he Post 58. Doors open at 4 p.m.; games start midable German resistance. There Omaha. But that wasn't all he did. could get transferred to an infantry at 6 p.m. Dinner is available for $5. were two vitally significant develop- There were plenty of bodies to deal unit Robertson took his skills with a Everyone is also welcome to the indoor ments that allowed the Allies to keep with, with U.S. losses at Omaha esti- .30-caliber machine gun and switched and outdoor flea market planned for July the supplies coming in: the Mulberry mated at 3,000 killed or missing to the infantry regiment stationed on 19 from 8 am. to 2 p.m. Refreshments will temporary harbors and the underwater "For three days, complete for three the Elbe River He remained with that be available. pipeline. days, that's all we did was pick up dead outfit, getting promoted to sergeant
The regularly scheduled big breakfast There were two Mulberries, seg- guys," Robertson recalled. "We opened ("They had to have someone in comwill resume again Sept. 20. mented harbors that were towed into the first cemetery on Omaha Beach. mand," he said), until the end of the
The post is at 10730 U.S. 41, Dunnellon. place after the invasion and sunk, giv- Bulldozer dug a ditch, and when we got war against Germany ing the Allies harbors at Omaha and, in up to the cemetery they were bringing Large parts of what he experienced Public welcome at dinners the British zone, at Arromanches, to bodies so fast the grave registration remain lost to Robertson, with only a
deliver supplies. The oil pipeline al- couldn't bury 'em fast enough. They few pieces of the puzzle available to Everyone is welcome to join Blanton- lowed much-needed fuel to be shipped were lined up 50 or 75 yards down the him. Somewhere along the way he Thompson American Legion Post 155 in directly from England to France. road." earned a Bronze Star, and he's lived
Crystal River in its nonsmoking hall from And what exactly was Robertson Robertson lost two of his closest long enough to be presented with sev5 to 6:30 p.m. Fridays for dinner Price de- doing during this period? A lot of dif- friends in the 147th Combat Engineers eral other honors, including the Legion pends on the dinner being served. ferent things was his answer, including who were killed when one of them of Honor from France.
All proceeds benefit veterans' programs. stuff that wasn't very pleasant stepped on a "bouncing betty" --a Then again, perhaps some of the For more information, call 352-795-6526. "I can only remember coming down spring-loaded land mine that, after get- memories are better off left buried.

Submit information for the Veterans page at least but multiple publications cannot be guaranteed. U Submit material at Chronicle offices in Inverness or two weeks before the event. U Notes tend to run one week prior to the date of an Crystal River; by fax at 352-563-3280; or email to
Early submission of timely material is appreciated, event. Publication on a specific day is not guaranteed. community@chronicleonline.com.




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A trip that's out of this World





Company successfully tests space-touism balloon

JERI CLAUSING
Associated Pres

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -An Arizona company says it has successfully completed the first small-scale test flight of a high-altitude balloon and capsule being developed to let tourists float 20 miles above the earth.
World View Enterprises of Tucson
said Tuesday that it launched the flight last week from Roswell.
CEO Jane Poynter said the system broke the world record for highest parafoil flight, lifting a payload to 120,000 feet.
"It went really, really, really well," Poynter said. 'Actually, the guys hit the ball out of the park. We're thrilled." The system uses a balloon similar to that used in 2012 to lift Austrian dare-WOLVI devil Felix Baumgartner 128,000 feet to make a world-record breaking 24-mile sky dive. That flight also launched from the Roswell airport.A.
Poynter said last week's flight was the first testing all the components together It used a balloon about third the size of that planned for passenger flight to lift a payload of about one-tenth of what will be used to carry passengers.
The company is still planning to begin Associated Press
its $75,000 per-person flights in 2016, This artist rendering provided by World View Enterprises shows the World View Voyager pressurized space capsule that will be she said. The balloons will lift a capsule transported to the edge of space. The Arizona company says it has successfully completed the first scale test flight of a carrying six passengers and two crew high-altitude balloon and capsule being developed to take tourists to the edge of space. BELOW: This artist rendering provided members 20 miles up, where they will by World View Enterprises shows the World View Voyager balloon carrying the pressurized space capsule. float under a parafoil for about two hours before floating back down to sion has been made on where to base earth. The capsule will be big enough the flights. for the passengers to walk around. Spaceport is where Virgin Galactic
The selling point is the view of the plans to launch its first space-tourism Earth and seeing its curve, the company flights at a cost of $200,000 per person.
Development of Virgin's spacecraft has
I don't think anyone taken longer than
considers us in a race. and it is unclear
when the company,
founded by British
Jane Poynter billionaire Richard
CEO, World View Enterprises of Tucson. Branson, will make its first flight. The
company's newest
says. Other space-tourism ventures target date is the end of this year, but it under development will rocket passen- has said that for each of the last several gers the full 62 miles into space but on years. much shorter flights. "I don't think anyone considers us in a
In filings with the Federal Aviation race," Poynter said when asked if they Administration, World View said it might beat Virgin Galactic to passenger planned to launch its flights from flight. "We don't consider us in competiSpaceport America in New Mexico. But tion because the experience is so Poynter Tuesday said that no final deci- completely different."


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A18 SUNDAY JUNE 29, 2014 VETERANS Cimus COUNTY (FL) CHRONiCLE

VETERANS NOTES

Post welcomes public Young Marines flag ceremony
to come have fun
VFW Post 10087 in Beverly Hills, 2170 Vet Lane (County Road 491 behind Cadence VBank), often has special events CSTA
that are open to the public.

On a regular basis, bingo is atM
1 p.m. Sundays in the smokefree hall.

For more information, call 352-746-0440.

Reserve now for
fall trip to Hawaii
Reservations are being taken A.
now for the late fall trip to Hawaii for veterans and their families and friends, Oct. 29 to Nov. 15.
The trips include services on the USS Arizona, USS Utah and the National Cemetery of the Pacific, tours of the islands of Oahu, Kauai, Hawaii and Maui and many activities including golfing, parasailing and dinner cruises.
For more information and to reserve a spot, call Cmdr. Don McLean, U.S. Navy, retired, at 352-637-5131 or email dmclean8 @tampabayrrcom.

DAV helps vets get to
clinic appointments
The DAV transportation network has received great re- Special to the Chronicle
sponse for volunteer drivers for The Crystal River Mall held a flag ceremony June 14 to honor veterans, those that are still serving and the ones to serve in the future. the two vans assigned to the Outside of the mall, the Nature Coast Young Marines lowered the American flag, fold it properly and returned the flag to the flag pole to Lecanto clinic one going raise. Young Marines participating were Pvt. Code Tusa, Pvt. Shylar Farris and Lance Cpl. Ariana Leigh. Returning inside the mall, Duane from Lecanto to Gainesville, Godfrey with DAV Chapter 158 introduced County Commissioners John "JJ" Kenney, who sang the National Anthem. Lucy Godfrey with the other from Lecanto to The the DAV Auxiliary introduced the Young Marines, who showed visitors how to properly fold the flag. Pictured are Arianna Leigh and Villages. Felecia Kanis, folding the flag while Jordan Chapman reads the steps and what they mean when the flag is folded.
The Gainesville van goes
each weekday and The Villages run is made when there is a need. Veterans who need to go tary career that stands out to Case manager aids Coastal Regional Library, 8619 Want to assist Coast
to appointments in Gainesville you. It can be any type of event, W Crystal St., Crystal River
or The Villages are asked to from something from the battle- Citrus County vets Hours are 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. To Guard Auxiliary?
call the Veterans Service Office field to a fun excursion while The Citrus County Veterans make an appointment to meet in Lecanto at 352-527-5915 to be on leave. Services Department has a with the case manager, call 352- Ex-military and retired miliplaced on the van list. All ap- We also ask that you provide case manager who is available 527-5915. tary personnel are needed to
pointments must be made be- us with your rank, branch of to assist veterans to apply for a honors Assit the U.S. Coast Guard
fore 1 p.m. service, theater of war served, benefits and provide informa- Memorial Auxiliary to help the Coast
years served, outfit and veter- tion about benefits. Guard with non-military and
'In Their Words' ans organization affiliations. The monthly schedule is: Purple Heart vets non-law enforcement programs
To have your story told, call 0 First Wednesday Lakes Purple Heart recipients are such as public education, vessel wants your stories C.J. Risak at 352-586-9202 or Region Library, 1511 Druid sought to be honored with cen- safety checks, safety patrols
email him at cjrisak2@yahoo. Road, Inverness. terpieces with their names onseThe Chronicle features sto- com. C.J. will put together your R Second Wednesday them at The Old Homosassa curity and more. ries of local veterans. The sto- stories and help set up obtain- Homosassa Library, 4100 S. Veterans' Memorial. Criminal background check ries will be about a singular ing "then" and "now" photos to Grandmarch Ave., Homosassa. Call Shona Cook at 352-422- and membership are required. event or moment in your mili- publish with your story G Third Wednesday C ha o 3- Email Vince Maida at


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VETERANS & SERVICE GROUPS
0 This listing contains only Red Tail Memorial
basic information regarding Chapter 136 of the Air Force
each group. For more infor- Association meets at Ocala
mation about scheduled activ- Regional Airport Administraities, meetings, meals and tion Building, 750 S.W. 60th
more for a specific post or Ave., Ocala. Call Mike Emig
group, call or email the con- at 352-854-8328.
tact listed. Posts and groups Outreach 0 Citrus County Veterans
may email changes or correc- / Coalition is on the DAV proptions to community@ R ofor erty in Inverness at the corner
chronicleonline.com. of Paul and Independence, off
veterans U.S. 41 north. Appointments
American L i Duae Gare encouraged by calling
American Legion Duane Godfrey of the DAV 352-400-8952. Members can
0 Blanton-Thompson Chapter No. 158 gives renew with Gary Williamson
American Legion Post 155, Fred Balser with Outreach at 352-527-4537. Visit
of the Crywtccvcfer Chrgc 6585 W. Gulf-to-Lake High- of God Crystal River Church www.cvfl.org.
way, Crystal River. Call 352- donated
y, e nonperishable items to 0 Hunger and Homeless
795-6526, e-mail blanton distribute to needy Coalition; call Ed Murphy at
thompsonPostl55@gmail. veterans of Citrus County. 352-382-0876.
com, or visit www.flPost Special to the Chronicle 0 Warrior Bridge, devel155.org. oped by nonprofit agency Ser0 American Legion Auxil- viceSource, seeks to meet the
iary Unit 155. Call Unit needs of wounded veterans.
President Barbara Logan, 2071 N. Lecanto Highway,
352-795-4233. Lecanto. Call employment
0 American Legion Wall- specialist Charles Lawrence
Rives Post 58 and Auxiliary, at 352-527-3722, ext. 102, or
10730 U.S. 41, Dunnellon. 0 Disabled American Vet- 0 West Central Florida call PresidentArchie Gooding GatorDad0527@tampabay email charles.lawrence@ Call 352-489-3544, or email erans Chapter No. 158 and Coasties meets at the Coun- at 352-464-0863 or email .rr.com. servicesource.org.
boosc29@gmail.com. Auxiliary, Crystal River, try Kitchen restaurant in
0 American Legion, meet at 6 p.m. second Tues- Brooksville, 20133 Cortez
Beverly Hills Memorial Post day at the Crystal River Mall. Blvd. (State Road 50, east of B 237, 4077 N. Lecanto High- For more information, call U.S. 41). Call Charlie Jensen B every H ills
way, in the Beverly Plaza. 352-345-7129. at 352-503-6019. U
Visit www.Post237.org or call 0 Marine Corps League 0 U.S. Coast Guard Auxil- D EN TA L C ENTR
352-746-5018. Ladies Auxiliary Citrus Unit iary Homosassa Flotilla 150 Allen-Rawls American 498 meets at Leroy Rooks Jr. 4 meets at West Citrus Dentures, Partials & Bridges
Legion Post 77 and Auxil- VFW Post 4252 in Hernando. Community Center, 8940 Vet- Fast Braces iary Unit 77, 4375 Little A Call Susan McQuiston at 352- erans Drive. Call Wilbur B. -Children Welcome EVAM
Point, off Arbor Street in Inver- 666-0084, or Joan Cecil at Scott at 352-628-0639 or -Veneers, Bonding, & Extractions XAMI,
ness. Call Commander Norm 352-726-0834. email seacapt34447@ One Visit Root Canals
Brumett at 352-476-2134 or Gum Surgery Implants I A YS III
Auxilary residnt AiceU The Korean War Veter- yahoo.com. or Robert Currie OeHu htnn
Auxiliarypresident Alice ans Association, Citrus at 352-799-5250 or e-mail One HourWhitening CLEANING n
Brumett at 352-476-7001. Chapter 192 meets at VFW rgcurrie@bellsouth.net. ALL INCLUSIVE IMPLANTS Raphael C. Lewis, D.D.S. PA. FMX 00210
U American Legion Post Post 10087, Beverly Hills. Call 0 VFW Riders Group I !Prophy 01110
Meetings ar he istheday Hank Butler at 352-563-2496, meets at different VFW posts $/tal~a O
Meetings are the first Neville Anderson at 352-344- throughout the year. Call n r
at 7p.m. at the Springs Lodge 2529 or Bob Hermanson at Gene Perrino at 352-302- ,Citzens *VI ue 200
No. 378 A&FM, 5030 S. Me- 352-489-0728. 1037, or email geneusawo Need A Second Opinion? i
morial Drive, Homosassa. To 0U.S. Submarine Veter- @tampabay.rr.com. NFEed SDiscount 00
accommodate members who ans (USSVI)-Sturgeon Base 0 Rolling Thunder F E Dic uny Mus Prsn
cannot drive at night, break- meets atAmerican Legion Florida Chapter 7 meets at insulation With the Den (Ask For Details) A
fast meetings are also held at PoSV -vd., I Rl Bee (As s k taio)
Oliv Teeig a 9al. wely Post 155, 6585 W. Gulf-to- 10 a.m. second Saturday at 1 Regina r Hills oFrom Fire se a .
ClC er R Scot Lake Highway, Crystal River. Elks Lodge No. 2522, 3580 rsse rhaument tered soreult f
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Call Base Commander Billy Lemon Drive, Inverness. Visit Open Fridays7J00w s L.
at 352-860-2090 for days and Wein at 352-726-5926. www.rollingthunderfl7.com, dispounted fe_,__rreducedfe__sorr_,_examiation,__rtreatment
other information. 0 Navy Seabee Veterans
0 Herbert Surber Ameri- of America Island X-23
can Legion Post 225, 6535 meets at 10:30 a.m. the third
S. Withlapopka Drive, Floral Tuesday monthly at Citrus
City. Call 352-860-1629. Hills Golf & Country Club,
Hernando. Call John Lowe at
Veterans of 352-344-4702.
Foreign Wars 0 Navy Seabee Veterans
of America Auxiliary IS0 H.F. Nesbitt VFW Post LAND X-23 meets at 9:30
10087, County Road 491, di- a.m. the third Tuesday
rectly behind Cadence Bank, monthly at Citrus Hills Golf &
Beverly Hills. Call 352- Country Club, Hernando. Call
746-0440. Nancy Staples at 352-6970 Edward W. Penno VFW 5565.
Post 4864, 10199 N. Citrus N Citrus 40&8 Voiture
Springs Blvd., Citrus Springs, 1219 and Cabane 1219
352-465-4864. meets at American Legion
0 Leroy Rooks Jr. VFW Post 155 on State Road 44 in
Post 4252 and Ladies Auxil- Crystal River. Call the Chef iary, 3190 N. Carl G. Rose De Gare Tom Smith at 352Highway, State Road 200, 601-3612; for the Cabane,
Hernando. Call 352-726- call La Presidente Carol
3339, email vfw4252@ Kaiserian at 352-746-1959.
tampabay.rr.com and Google Visit www.Postl 55.org.
VFW 4252, Hernando. 0 Aaron A. Weaver Chap0 Dumas-Hartson VFW ter 776 Military Order of the
Post 8189, West Veterans Purple Heart (MOPH) meets
Drive, west of U.S. 19 be- at Citrus County Builders Astween Crystal River and Ho- sociation, 1196 S. Lecanto
mosassa. Call 352-795-5012. Highway (County Road 491),
0 Joe Nic Barco Memo- Lecanto. Visit www.citrus Your benefits may include:
rial VFW Post 7122, 8191 S. purpleheart.org or call 352Florida Ave., Floral City. Call 382-3847.
352-637-0100. 0 Citrus County Chapter Health Products Catalog
0 Eugene Quinn VFW of Military Officers Associa- Up to $180 in credits to buy
Postf A337 ndr Auxiliaries, A.:-- -f Amra (RMOA Al
906 State Road 44 E., Inver- meets at 11:30 a.m. the sec- If you have both Medicaid and Medicare '~' things youned
ness. Call Commander Victor ond Tuesday monthly at the P
Houston at 352-344-3495. or Olive Garden. Call President Prts A and B, find out what you could ransportation
visit www.vfw4337.org. Norm Cooney, Lt. Col. U.S. be missing. You could get more benefits /- Assistance
Gilley-Long-Osteen Army, retired, at 352-746- (~~~
VFW Post 8698, 520 State 1768, or Secretary Jim Echlin, than Original Medicare with Up to 24 one-way rides every
Road 40 E., Inglis, one mile Capt. U.S. Air Force, retired, UnitedHealthcare Dual CompleteTM RP year.
east of U.S. 19. Call 352-447- at 352-746-0806. (einlP
3495. U Marine Corps League, (einlPPO SN P. harmacy Network
Samuel R. Wall Detachment I Ri Large network of retail
Other Groups 1139 meets at Leroy Rooks chais and local stores.
Jr. VFW 4252 in Hernando.C
U Military Order of the Call Jerry Cecil at 352-726Cootie and MOC Auxiliary 0834 or 352-476-6151, or __ # % Large Provider Network
members meet at 1:01 p.m. Wallace Turner at 352-637- United HealthcareCo peesv
the first Sunday monthly at 6206. 1-855-828-8943 (TTY: 711) Ic fCo re sid network
Leroy Rooks Jr. VFW Post U Marine Corps League ofdcosadhospitals
4252 in Hernando (3190 N. Citrus Detachment 819
Carl G. Rose Highway/State meets at VFW Post 10087 on Contracted, independent licensed Road 200), where the Vet Lane in Beverly Hills, be- agent authorized to sell products
helicopter is. hind Cadence Bank. Call
UAMVETS William Crow Morgan Patterson at 352-746- within the UnitedHealthcare n t d e lh a e
Post 447, 405 E. State Road 1135 or Bion St. Bernard at Medicare Solutions portfolio. 40, Inglis, FL 34449. Call 352- 352-697-2389. IJU ied e lh r
447-1816; email Amvet447 U Fleet Reserve Associa@comcast.net. tion, Branch 186 meets at UHCCommunityPlan.com C m u iyPa
U AMVETS Harry M. Bai- the DAV Building, IndependIey Post 89, Homosassa. The ence Highway and U.S. 41
newly formed post meets the North, Inverness. Call Bob
first Thursday of the month. Huscher, secretary, at 352Call Roger lngall Jr. at 352- 344-0727. Plans are insured through UnitedHealthcare Insurance Company or one of" its affiliated
697-1826 or Jerry Webb at U Landing Ship Dock companies, a Medicare Advantage organization with a Medicare contract and a contract with the
352-22-4807 (eicnD)t etsat e nny' ClJinea state Medicaid program. Enrollment in UnitedHealthcare plans depends on contract renewal. erDsGealed Americn Vet-6rytal6ive. CalJmi t This plan is available to anyone who has both Medical Assistance from the State and Medicare.
Chapter No. 70, 1039 N. Sucos U.S. Navy The benefit information provided is a brief summary, not a complete description of benefits. For
Paul Drive, Inverness, at the Armed Guard and Merchant more information contact the plan. Limitations, copayments and restrictions may apply. Benefits, intersection of Independence Marine Veterans of World formulary, pharmacy network, provider network, premium and/or copays may change on January Highway and U.S. 41. Call War II meets at 11:30 am. on 1 of each year. Copays may vary based on the level of Extra Help you receive. Please contact the 352-419-0207. certain Saturdays at Kally K's plan for further details.
Disabled American Vet- restaurant in Spring Hill. ReeasAuxiliary Unit No. 70. maining meetings in 2014 are: Y0066_130805_171408_FINAL_8BF52D9C Accepted CST3406
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Rays hit 3 homers, beat Chen and Orioles 5-4

Associated Press light-hitting Rays.
Tampa Bay started the day
BALTIMORE The Tampa tied for 25th in the majors with Bay Rays usually work their way 59 home runs and hit only two of around the bases one at a time, its previous nine games. Half so they took great delight in the Rays' 10 hits were for extra putting on a power-hitting dis- bases, including a triple by Ben play against a team known for Zobrist and a double by Ryan the long ball. Hanigan.
Desmond Jennings opened "That's more like what we exthe game with the first of Tampa pect on a consistent basis, to Bay's three home runs off Wei- play that game," manager Joe BY'sCeadth asgta Maddon said. 'Against this team
Yin Chen, and the Rays got an here, fans out late in the game, impressive pitching perform- it's nice to beat them that way" ance from former Oriole Erik Nick Markakis and Manny Bedard in a 5-4 victory over Bal- Machado homered for the Oritimore on Saturday oles, who have a major leagueTampa Bay built a five-run leading 40 long balls in June. lead in the fourth inning, then But it wasn't enough to beat the held off a late comeback bid to last-place Rays, who can win the improve to 3-8 against the four-game series with a victory Orioles this season. Sunday
Logan Forsythe and rookie Associated Press
Kevin Kiermaier each hit a two- Tampa Bay Rays second run shot against Chen (7-3), who baseman Logan Forsythe, left, lasted only 3 1/3 innings in the and Kevin Kiermaler celebrate shortest outing of his three-year Saturday after both scored on a career Of the 15 home runs two-run home run by Kiermaler Chen has yielded this season, in the fourth inning ......
five have come against the in Baltimore.






Inverness crowned champs

STEVE MCGUNNIGLE
Correspondent
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SPRING HILL- With timely
hitting, solid pitching, and stellar defense sprinkled with a few highlight reels, Inverness defeated Dunnellon 5-1 to be crowned champions of the 9/10 Little League All-Stars Saturday from Metro PCS Field in
Spring Hill.
Inverness was able to take advantage of fielding miscues by Dunnellon to help generate runs, while flashing good gloves to maintain control of the game.
Appropriately, shortstop
Jacob Palmeri, who put on a desfensive exhibition throughout, recorded the final out of the game for Inverness on an infield pop up, diving in toward STEPHEN E. LASKO/Forthe Chronicle
the pitcher's mound and land- Dunnellon base runner Trent Townsend is called out as Inverness shortstop Jacob Palmeri dives to tag second base
ing with the victory in the web- for the third out in the third inning of the District 15 championship little league game in Spring Hill Saturday.
bing of his glove.
Inverness grabbed the early Inverness sweep district
lead in the top of the second in- Iv r essno ss e pfrdsrc il
ning, on an infield single by
Justin Swander to score Alex LARRY BUGG Central Citrus 16-6, 11-9 to take the nings. They scored eight runs in the
Carrier, who earlier tripled to Correspondent District 15 title Saturday at Harley fifth inning to force the mercy rule.
deep right centerfield. Levins Softballl Complex. Darian Stephens and Breanna
Dunnellon knotted it up in CRYSTAL RIVER -The Inver- In taking their second straight dis- Stephens both scored three runs
the bottom half, on an RBI ness Senior Little League Softball trict title, Inverness earned a date at while Kaitlin Jones pitched a comtriple off the bat of Logan All-Stars didn't waste any time Sat- the state tournament July 18 in plete game to take the victory for
Milne. urday Plant City. Inverness.
Faced with the possibility of a Inverness did itself a favor by takSee I /Page B3 third game Sunday, Inverness beat ing the first game 16-6 in five in- See Page B3





First Venus, now Serena

Associa ted Press ent," Williams said, rolling her eyes. "It's
never easy being in my shoes........ LONDON --All of a sudden. Serena It's her earliest exit at the All England Williams is failing to stick around for Club since 2005, when she also was long at Grand Slam tournaments. beaten in the third round. Williams won
Betrayed by her backhand and, more the title in 2002, 2003, 2009, 2010 and surprisingly, her usually dangerous 2012. serve, five-time Wimbledon champion ,
Williams lost to 25th-seeded Alize Cornet See A/ENPage B3
of France 1-6, 6-3, 6-4 Saturday in the Associated Press
third round at the All England Club. Serena Williams gestures after losing a "If I'm not playing a great, great match, point to Alize Cornet of France Saturday these girls, when they play me, they play during their women's singles match at they play other girls completely differ- onships in Wimbledon, London.




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Braz~i beats Chile in sotu



Associated Press But the Brazilians overcame their3W
nerves in the shootout, with Neymar
BELO HORIZONTE, Brazil -Brazil scoring the final penalty afterdJulio Cesar advanced to the World Cup quarterfinals stopped spot kicks from Pinilla and on Saturday with a 3-2 shootout win over Sanchez. Chile following an intense and dramatic WhendJara hit the post some of Brazil's match that ended 1-1 after extra time. players celebrated wildly while others Neymar David Luiz and Marcelo fell to the ground, exhausted and emoscored in the shootout, and Brazil goal- tionally drained. Willian, who missed a keeper Julio Cesar saved two penalties penalty for Brazil, sobbed uncontrollably before watching Gonzalo Jara's final at- as Fred helped him to his feet. tempt hit the post. As the crowd roared, the Brazilian
"My teammates are giving me a lot of players joined hands in a human chain. strength on the field, so I give my best," The Chileans stood still, wiping the sweatS Julio Cesar said. "We're just three steps off their faces. away and I hope to give another inter- Brazil went ahead in the 18th minute view with Brazil partying." after Thiago Silva deflected Neymar's
Brazil will next face Colombia in the corner kick toward the far post Luiz was quarterfinals. given the goal but replays showed Chile
Neither team managed to score at the defender Gonzalo Jara may have touched Mineirao Stadium after first-half goals the ball before it went in.r from Luiz and Sanchez, but Brazil came Brazil lost the lead when it failed to close to an early exit when Mauricio cope with Chile's aggressive pressure in Pinilla's shot hit the crossbar in the final a throw-in situation deep inside Brazil's moments of extra time. half of the field. Eduardo Vargas interChile also had the best chance in the cepted Hulk's pass and found Sanchez on second half, when Julio Cesar's spectac- the right side of the area. The Barcelona ular save on Charles Aranguiz's shot kept striker scored easily with a shot toward the score even, the far post.
Brazil has reached the quarterfinals of Neymar Fred and Dani Alves had each World Cup since Argentina elimi- chances in the first half while a second- Associated Press
nated it in the second round in 1990. Get- half goal from Hulk was disallowed when Brazil's Neymar and Brazil's David Luiz celebrate Saturday after the World Cup Round ting knocked out at that stage in its own referee Howard Webb ruled he handled of 16 soccer match between Brazil and Chile at the Mineirao Stadium in Belo World Cup would have been a disaster the ball. Horizonte, Brazil.



Rodriguez nets two, Colombia

advances to quarterfinals for first time

Associated Press for the first time with a 2-0 want to do even more." said coach Jose Pekerman, win over Uruguay on Rodriguez now has a who is from Argentina.
RIO DE JANEIRO -Saturday -setting up a tournament-leading five "The people in Colombia
With a spectacular meeting with the host goals in Brazil and further deserve this." swivel-and-strike, James nation. enhanced his status Colombia will play
Rodriguez provided one of Rodriguez added to his as perhaps the World Brazil in the quarterfinals the highlights of the World growing list memorable Cup's biggest revelation on July 4 in Fortaleza. Cup and gave Brazil moments in Brazil when Uruguay, meanwhile, sim ---------reason to worry he gave his team the lead ply couldn't find anyone to,- - -Rodriguez scored one of with a long-range volley as fill the absence of Suarez.* the best goals of the tour- he turned in the 28th The team struggled badly t nament. minute. He scored the sec- in attack and replacement *Tzf
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WimFor the record Keselowski wins for second time
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(Grand Slam), Surface: Grass-Outdoor
Singles Associated Press the first time, pulling away after chasMen H ing down and passing leader Kyle
Third Round Here are the winning numbers selected SPARTA, Ky. Brad Keselowski Busch on Lap 248.
Rafael Nadal (2), 76(4), 6-1, 6-1, 6-1. Saturdayin theFlorida Lottery: dominated the NASCAR Sprint Cup Busch was second, followed by
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Roger Federer (4), Switzerland, def. Santiago CASH 3 (early)
Giraldo, Colombia, 6-3, 6-1, 6-3. Kentucky Speedway's first repeat Dale Earnhardt Jr, who rallied from
Milos Raonic (8), Canada, def. Lukasz Kubot,,8 2 winner a 29th-place start.
Poland, 7-6 (2), 7-6 (4), 6-2. CASH 3 (late) The Penske Racing driver and 2012 A night after dominating the NaNick Kyrgios, Australia, def. JiriVesely, Czech
Republic, 3-6, 6-3, 7-5, 6-2. race winner followed his record- tionwide Series race before finishing
Tommy Robredo (23), Spain, def. Jerzy breaking pole effort to lead 199 of 267 second to Kevin Harvick, partly beJanowicz (15), Poland, 6-2, 6-4, 6-7 (5), 4-6, 6- PA 4(erylaps and earn his second victory this cause of a pit-road speeding penalty,
3. PA ery
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Simone Bolelli, Italy, vs. Kei Nishikori (10), 2 6 7 7 Kslwk o rmtepl oupruhtak
Japan, 6-3, 3-6, 6-4, 6-7 (4), 3-3, susp., dark- TMKeselowski won from the pole for the bumpy, rough track
ness.
Women 9- 3- 4- 1
Third Round Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and
Maria Sharapova (5), Russia, def. Alison Maria Sharapova.
Riske, United States, 6-3, 6-0. Due to early deadline,
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Alize Cornet (25), France, def. Serena 9 tim e.
Williams (1), United States, 1-6, 6-3, 6-4. said. 'Just with my heart and the beating 63rd-ranked Mikhail
Zarina Diyas, Kazakhstan, def. Vera help of the crowd." Kukushkin of Kazakhstan 6-7 (4), 6-1,
Zvonareva, Russia, 7-6 (1), 3-6, 6-3. Friday's winningnumbersandpayouts: Cornet also beat the 32-year-old 6-1,6-1.
Angelique Kerber (9), Germany, def. Kirsten American at the Dubai Champi- Sharapova, the 2004 champion, was
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Sabine Lisicki (19), Germany, leads Ana Mega Ball: 20 5-of-5 3 winners $73,516.08 onships in February Still, this result up next in the main stadium, and she, Ivanovic (11), Serbia, 6-4, 1-1, susp., darkness$7 was rather unexpected, given their too, overcame a slow start. But after
Yaroslava Shvedova, Kazakhstan, leads 4-of-4 MB No winner $2 Million 4-of-S 303 $117 Grand Slam careers. Cornet never falling behind 3-1, she won 11 consecMadison Keys, United States, 7-6 (7), 6-6, 4-of-4 11 $1,513.50 3-of-5 10,141 $9.50 susp., darkness. 3-of-4 MB 48 $758.50 had been past the third round at Wire- utive games for a 6-3, 6-0 victory over
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SECOND ROUND 2-of-4 33,654 $3.50 calling 850-487-7777 Saturday's match was halted in the seven of his 17 major trophies at the
Saturday, June 28 or at www.flalotery.com third game because of rain. After a All England Club, there really was
Game49 delay of about 4 1/2 hours, Williams never any trouble spot. He needed
At Belo Horizonte, Brazil was terrific, reeling off five games to less than 75 minutes to eliminate 35thBrazil 1, Chile 1, Brazil wins 3-2 on penalty O__-_-__,,Onazi thhl1e AIRW AVES, grab the first set. ranked Santiago Giraldo of Colombia
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Colombia 2, Uruguay 0 TODAY'S SPORTS she wanted them, while Williams had Nadal next faces 19-year-old AusSunday, June 29
Game 51 AUTO RACING trouble finding the mark. Williams tralian Nick Kyrgios; Federer meets
At Fortaleza, Brazil 11 a.m. (FS1) United SportsCar Series Racing Watkins Glen. wound up with 29 unforced errors, 11 No. 23 Tommy Robredo of Spain, who Netherlands vs. Mexico, Noon 3 p.m. (ESPN2) NHRA Drag Racing O'ReillyAuto Parts Route more than Cornet. beat 2013 semifinalist Jerzy Janowicz
Game 52
At Recife, Brazil 66 Nationals In the third set, Cornet led 5-2 but of Poland 6-2, 6-4, 6-7 (5), 4-6, 6-3; and
Costa Rica vs. Greece, 4 p.m. 3 p.m. (NBCSPT) IndyCar Racing Shell and Pennzoil Grand was broken serving for the match. On No. 8 Milos Raonic, only the second Monday, June 30 Prix of Houston, Race 2. her second chance, she steadied her- Canadian man in the Open era to get
Game 53 self, delivering a perfect drop shot on to Wimbledon's fourth round, plays eiAt Brasilia, Brazil MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL match point ther No. 10 Kei Nishikori of Japan or
France vs. Nigeria, Noon 1 p.m. (FSNFL) Oakland Athletics at Miami Marlins.
Game 54 1 p.m. (WGN-A) Chicago White Sox at Toronto Blue Jays. Cornet had been 0-13 against top-20 unseeded Simone Bolelli of Italy,
At PortoAlegre, Brazil opponents in Grand Slam matches. whose match was suspended because
Germany vs. Algeria, 4Brai 1:30 p.m. (SUN) Tampa Bay Rays at Baltimore Orioles. "I don't really know what I did of darkness at 3-all in the fifth set.
Tuesday, July 1 4 p.m. (M LB) St. Louis Cardinals at Los Angeles Dodgers or wrong," said Williams, whose sister In the women's fourth round, SharaGame 55 Cincinnati Reds at San Francisco Giants. Venus lost Friday "Usually I do. Usu- pova faces No. 9 Angelique Kerber.
At Sao Paulo 8 p.m. (ESPN) Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees.
Argentina vs. Switzerland, Noon ally I know I did this, this, and that." Cornet, meanwhile, takes on No. 13
Game 56 4 a.m. (ESPN2) Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees. It was by far the most significant- Eugenie Bouchard, a 20-year-old
At Salvador, Brazil (Same-day Tape) and surprising outcome on a wet Canadian who was a semifinalist at
Belgium vs. United States, 4 p.m. WOMEN'S BASKETBALL day full of starts and stops. the year's first two majors.
3 p.m. (NBA) WNBA Connecticut Sun at New York Liberty. Three other past Wimbledon cham- "It shows all of you who asked me if
2014 NHL Draft 6 p.m. (NBA) WNBAAtlanta Dream at Indiana Fever. pions won on Centre Court, where the I'm ready to play Serena in Round 4,"
GOLF roof was closed and soccer star David Bouchard said. "That's one of the
At Wells Fargo Center
Philadelphia 6:30 a.m. (GOLF) European PGATour BMW International Beckham was in the Royal Box: reasons I don't look far ahead."
Saturday Open, Final Round.
Second Round 1 p.m. (GOLF) PGA Tour Quicken Loans National, Final
31. Buffalo, Brendan Lemieux, LW, Barrie S W ECL
(OHL). Round. Central Citrus's Laura Lynn Plante
32. Florida, Jayce Hawryluk, C, Brandon 3 p.m. (CBS) PGATour Quicken Loans National, Final Round. was the losing pitcher and had two
(WHL). 3 p.m. (GOLF) PGA Tour Champions: Constellation Senior C dns and two hits. Shaelynn Purinton
33. St. Louis, Ivan Barbashev, C-LW, Moncton Continued from Page B1had te hits andytw r ing
(QMJHL). Players, Final Round. had three hits and two RBIs making
34. Calgary, Mason McDonald, G, Charlotte- 5 p.m. (GOLF) LPGA Tour Walmart NW Arkansas 12 hits total for the team.
town (QMJHL). Championship, Final Round. Shelby Willard scored three runs "They just keep going," Inverness
35. Tampa Bay, Dominik Masin, D, Slavia Jr. 7 p.m. (GOLF) PGA Tour Web.com: United Leasing for Central Citrus and Katelyn Parks manager Tony Stephens said. "We (Czech Republic). was the losing pitcher play a lot of USSA and NSA toura36. Vancouver, Thatcher Demko, G, Boston Championship, Final Round. (Same-day Tape) Inverness had five hits but took ad- fents. We played four games in a row
College. RODEO
37. Carolina, Alex Nedeljkovic, G, Plymouth 6 p.m. (FSNFL) Bull Riding Championship. (Taped) vantage of five Central Citrus errors two weeks ago. We executed pretty (OHL). and six bases on balls while Central We got a little s That
38. Anaheim, Marcus Pettersson, D, SOCCER Citrus had two hits and took advan- good. oPl aty
Skelleftea Jr. (Sweden). 5 a.m. (ESPN2) 2014 FIFA World Cup Round of 16 -- r hare e Inverns rors. happens We go straight to Plant City
39. Washington, Vitek Vanecek, G, Liberec Colombia vs. Uruguay. Colombia for the state tournament."
Jr.(Czech Republic). Unlike many softball and baseball
40. Ottawa, Andreas Englund, D, Djurgarden (Same-day Tape) teams, Inverness did not wilt in the 11 and 12 Softball
(Sweden-2)y 11:30 a.m. (ESPN, UNI) 2014 FIFAWorld Cup Round of 16-- 90-degree heat, instead they became South Sumter 16,
41. New Jersey, Joshua Jacobs, D, Indiana Netherlands vs. Mexico. stronger as they scored four runs in
42. Nashville, Vladislav Kamenev, LW, Mag- 3:30 p.m. (ESPN, UNI) 2014 FIFAWorld Cup Round of 16 -- the fifth and seventh innings. They nitogorsk 2 (Russia-Jr.). Costa Rica vs. Greece. won 11-9. South Sumter's Noemi Vela drove in
43. Arizona, Ryan Maclnnis, C, Kitchener 12 a.m. (ESPN2) 2014 FIFAWorld Cup Round of 16 -- Taylor Benson was the winning three runs, doubled and scored three lead44. Buffalo, Eric Cornel, C, Peterborough Netherlands vs. Mexico. (Same-day Tape) pitcher that time and Darian ing her team to a 16-14 victory over Crys(OHL). 2 a.m. (ESPN2) 2014 FIFAWorld Cup Round of 16 -- Stephens was 4-for-5 at the plate. tal River Saturday morning.
45. Dallas, Brett Pollock, LW, Edmonton Costa Rica vs. Greece. (Same-day Tape) Maddie Ogle and Christina Lanzilla South Sumter's Taylor Hubbard was the
(WHL). TENNIS both had two runs and two hits. Ben- winning pitcher. Parsyn Hogan scored
46. San Jose, Julius Bergman, D, Frolundaw
Jr. (Sweden). 3 p.m. (ABC) 2014 Wimbledon Championships Week One son had a two-run single and another
47. Columbus, Ryan Collins, D, USA U-18 Highlights. (Taped) (CC) single. Jones had a two-run double. three runs.
(USHL). Crystal River's Makayla Stevens belted
48. Philadelphia, Nicolas Aube-Kubel, RW, TRACK AND FIELD Madison Verdone doubled and scored is ak en
Val-D'or (QMJHL). 4 p.m. (NBC) Track and Field U.S. Outdoor Championships. two runs. a two-run inside-the-park home run for her
49. Buffalo, Vaclav Karabacek, RW, Gatineau Inverness had 16 hits and took team. Cindy Laxton was the losing pitcher.
(QMJHL). advantage of another five errors South Sumter will play Inverness today
50. Los Angeles, Roland McKeown, D, for Citrus. at 10 a.m.
Kingston (OHL). Note: Times and channels are subject to change at the
51. Nashville, Jack Dougherty, D, USA U-18 discretion of the network. If you are unable to locate a game (USHL). on the listed channel please contact your cable provider
52. St. Louis, Maxim Letunov, C, Youngstown C HA____________________ g *~ M P S~ finished it up. Confidence, nothing but
(USHL). E
53. San Jose, Noah Rod, RW, Geneve Jr. ___ EMI Ef confidence. We do a lot of small ball.
(Switzerland). P're) CALENDAR We're not the biggest kids, but we're
54. Calgary, Hunter Smith, RW, Oshawa Continued from Page B1 fast, we're smart, and I just leave itup
(OHL). to them."
55. Anaheim, Brandon Montour, D, Waterloo TODAY'S PREP SPORTS But the Inverness defense squashed Palmeri went 2 for 4 with two runs
(USHL).
56. Boston, Ryan Donato, C, Dexter H.S. 11/12 Baseball at Crystal River any chance for further Dunnellon ral- scored and two steals, while Carrier (2
(Mass.) 10 a.m. Central Citrus vs. Crystal River lying. With two out and runners on for 2, triple, two RBI, steal) helped
57.Tampa Bay Johnathan MacLeod, D, USA 10 a.m. Dunnellon vs. Lady Lake first and third, Inverness catcher highlight the Inverness offense.
U-18 (USHL).
58. Arizona, Christian Dvorak, LW, London 11/12 Baseball at West Hernando Bryce Pixley fired to second base, and Milne went 2 for 2 with a triple and
(OHL). 10 a.m. West Hernado vs. Shady Hills the infield did the rest to run down a a walk for Dunnellon, and Trent
59. N.Y Rangers, Brandon Halverson, G, 10 a.m. Inverness vs. Greater Hudson Dunnellon basernner in a pick off to Townsend (1 for 2, double, walk) put
Sault Ste. Marie (OH L).
60. Los Angeles, Alex Lintuniemi, D, Ottawa Junior Baseball at Crystal River end the threat, on a gritty pitching performance,
(OHL). 10 a.m. Crystal River vs. Lady Lake Inverness head coach Cory throwing the last 3 1/3 innings, with
1 p.m. Dunnellon vs. Inverness Williamson said, "We've been winning one earned run on two hits, with six
Senior Baseball at West Hernando with defense. Bats and stealing, but strikeouts and a walk.
Sprint Cup 10 a.m. Inverness vs. West Hernando Crystal River defense has been our number one "Inverness went out there and
Quaker State 400 Results winner thing." played harder and better, and wanted
Saturday MjrSoftball at CytlRiver Carrier delivered the big blow in it more than we did. I can't say enough
At Kentucky Speedway 1am. MjrCstlthe third inning, a two-run single to good about them, they deserve it,"
Sparta, Ky. 1am.Crystal River vs. Inverness
Lap length: 1.5 miles 11 a.m. South Sumter vs. Dunnellon mk t31 oala nens ol adcahoned
(Start position in parentheses) SnoSotalaCrslRientsuedragn."These kids have always had heart,"
1. () Bad Kselwski Fod, 27 lps. 50 at-Dunnellon miscues in the field al- said Williamson. "They never gave up, ing, 48 points. 10 a.m. Inverness vs. Central Citrus lowed Inverness to tack on a pair of I picked these kids as All-Stars, and
2. (18) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 267, 121.5, 43. insure runs in the fifth, as runners they've always given me everything
3. (7) Ryan Newman, Chevrolet, 267, 116.7, 41.
4.(14) Matt Kenseth, Toyota, 267, 100.8, 40. 24.(28)JustinAIlgaier, Chevrolet, 266, 51.4, 20. Race Statistics from third came home on a passed theyhad.
5. (29) Dale Earnhardt Jr., Chevrolet, 267, 25. (21) Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Ford, 266, 56.3, Average speed of Race Winner: 139.723 mph. ball and a wild pitch for final the In other action, 104.6, 39. 19. Time of Race: 2 hours, 51 minutes, 59 seconds.
6. (3) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, 267, 106.2, 38. 26. (17) Brian Vickers, Toyota, 266, 55.7, 18. Margin of Victory: 1.014 seconds, scoejs rtymc a amna ec ue
7. (5) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, 267, 109.2, 37. 27. (31) Reed Sorenson, Chevrolet, 265, 46.7, Caution Flags: 6 for 34 laps."W jutpeymchada enlmryrls
8.(20) Kasey Kahne, Chevrolet, 267, 101.1, 36. 17. Lead Changes: 12among 3drivers, breakdown (defensively)," said Dun- rule the day
9. (2) Joey Logano, Ford, 267, 117.2, 36. 28. (30) Cole Whiff, Toyota, 264, 48.2, 16. Lap Leaders: B.Keselowski 1-78; J.Logano 79 nellon head coach Townsend. "We I 11 aealato tCytlRvr
10.(2) Jmme ohnon Cevrle, 67,886,29. (34) Josh Wise, Chevrolet, 263, 43.5, 15. 83; B.Keselowski 84; J.Logano 85-86; didn't, hit111theseballaciwhenCrwealwerer 34. 30. (41) David Gilliland, Ford, 263, 41.7, 14. selowski 87-127; J.Logano 128-147; dnthitebalw nweer sup11.(13)TonyStewart, Chevrolet, 267, 78.6, 33. 31.(36) David Ragan, Ford, 262, 38.7, 13. B.Keselowski 148-155; J.Logano 156-162; posed to, and we didn't play the de- fournnllng dady LaeC e at Crstali
12. (9) Kurt Busch, Chevrolet, 267, 85.8,2 32. (37) Landon Cassill, Chevrolet, 262, 35.9, B.Keselowski 163-180; J.Logano 181-183; fense we needed to play"foringsadLyLkebtCytl 13.(27) Marcos Ambrose, Ford, 267, 73.8, 31. 0.B.Keselowski 184-216; Ky.Busch 217-247; Logan Frederick tossed the first 4 River 14-4, also in four innings.
14. (24) Greg Biffle, Ford, 267, 72.8, 30. 33.(39) Ryan Truex, Toyota, 261, 33.7, 11. B.Keselowski 248-267. n131 u irb s b l tC y tlRv r
15. (12) Paul Menard, Chevrolet, 267, 89.6, 29. 34. (35) Travis Kvapil, Ford, 259, 36.9, 10. Leaders Summary (Driver, Times Led, Laps 1/3 frames for Inverness, with the lone I 31 uirbsbl tCytlRvr 16. (16) Austin Dillon, Chevrolet, 267, 84.7, 28. 35. (38) David Stremme, Chevrolet, 257, 32.7, Led): B.Keselowski, 7 times for 199 laps; rn on three hits with three strikeouts Dunnellon downed Crystal River 15-5 in 17. (23) Carl Edwards, Ford, 267, 65, 27. 9.J.Logano, 5 times for 37 laps; Ky.Busch, 1 time and three walks. Carrier came on in five innings, while West Hernando 18. (32) Michael Annett, Chevrolet, 267, 66.7, 36. (33) Alex Bowman, Toyota, 255, 27.5, 8. for 31 laps. the fifth with one on and one out, re- trounced Lady Lake 17-3, also in five in26. 37.(8)JamieMcMurray, Chevrolet, 250, 69.5, 7. Wins: J.Johnson, 3; D.Earnhardt Jr., 2; C.Ed19. (19) Martin Truex Jr., Chevrolet, 267, 63.6, 38. (40) Joe Nemechek, Toyota, 239, 27.9, 0. wards, 2; K.Harvick, 2; Bra.Keselowski, 2; tiring the two batters he faced to end nings. 25. 39.(22)AricAmirola, Ford, accident, 175, 67.8, J.Logano, 2; Ku.Busch, 1; Ky.Busch, 1; J.Gor- the inning, then came back out to In 11/12 baseball at West Hernando,
20. (26) Casey Mears, Chevrolet, 267, 57.4, 24. 5. don, 1; D.Hamlin, 1. close it in the sixth, striking out two West Hernando defeated Inverness 3-0 in
21. (10) Danica Patrick, Chevrolet, 267, 71.8, 40. (6) Kyle Larson, Chevrolet, accident, 75, Top 12 in Points: 1. J.Gordon, 618; 2. J.John- before Palmeri's game-ending catch. six innings and Greater Hudson topped 23. 66.1, 4. son, 594; 3. D.Earnhardt Jr., 594; 4. Bra.Ke- "oa a hnmnl ewn il 03 loi i
22. (15) AJ AIlmendinger, Chevrolet, 266, 72.2, 41. (42) Mike Bliss, Toyota, transmission, 30, selowski, 560; 5. M.Kenseth, 555; 6. C.Edwards, o a a h n m n l e w n Shady Hls1 -,a oin ixinnings. 22. 27.4, 0. 536; 7. J.Logano, 519; 8. R.Newman, 514; 9. the distance, as far as he could go In seniors baseball at West Hernando,
23. (11) Clint Bowyer, Toyota, 266, 74.9, 21. 42. (4) Denny Hamlin, Toyota, accident, 27, K.Harvick, 509; 10. Ky.Busch, 508; 11. (with a maximum pitch count of 75)," Crystal River defeated West Hernando 1246.6, 2. P.Menard, 488; 12. K.Larson, 474. said Williamson. "Carrier came in and 1 in five innings.




B4 SUNDAY, JUNE 29, 2014 BASEBALL CITRus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE

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 45 38 .542 4-6 L-2 23-20 22-18 Detroit 44 33 .571 8-2 W-1 19-19 25-14 Oakland 50 30 .625 - 8-2 W-3 24-15 26-15 O
Baltimore 42 38 .525 1% 1 6-4 L-1 19-20 23-18 KansasCity 41 39 .513 4% 2 3-7 L-1 20-22 21-17 LosAngeles 45 34 .570 4% 8-2 W-1 26-14 19-20 Rays 5, Orioles 4
NewYork 41 38 .519 2 1% 5-5 L-1 18-19 23-19 Cleveland 38 41 .481 7 4% 4-6 L-1 23-15 15-26 Seattle 43 37 .538 7 7-3 W-1 20-21 23-16 TampaBay Baltimore
Boston 37 44 .457 7 6% 4-6 W-1 20-19 17-25 Chicago 38 44 .463 8% 6 3-7 W-2 21-18 17-26 Texas 37 43 .463 13 6 2-8 W-2 18-22 19-21 ab r h bi ab r h bi
Tampa Bay 34 49 .410 11 10% 6-4 W-1 19-25 15-24 Minnesota 36 43 .456 9 6% 4-6 L-5 19-17 17-26 Houston 35 47 .427 16 9 3-7 L-1 19-23 16-24 DJnngscf 4 1 1 1 Markks rf 4 1 2 1
Zobristss 5 02 0 Pearce If 4 0 1 0
NATIONAL LEAGUE Guyerl If 4 0 0 0 A.Jonescf 4 0 1 1
East Division Central Division West Division Longori dh 4 0 0 0 N.Cruz dh 4 0 0 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 Loney lb 4 0 0 0 C.Davis lb 4 0 0 0
Atlanta 42 38 .525 1% 6-4 W-2 20-18 22-20 Milwaukee 51 32 .614 - 8-2 W-4 24-17 27-15 San Francisco 46 34 .575 - 3-7 L-2 24-19 22-15 SRdrgz 3b 4 1 1 0 JHardy ss 4 1 2 0
Washington 42 38 .525 1% 5-5 W-1 23-17 19-21 St. Louis 44 37 .543 6 5-5 W-1 23-17 21-20 Los Angeles 45 37 .549 2 7-3 L-1 19-21 26-16 Forsyth 2b 3 2 3 2 Machd 3b 4 1 1 2
Miami 39 42 .481 3% 5 3-7 L-3 25-20 14-22 Cincinnati 41 38 .519 8 2 7-3 W-3 19-18 22-20 Colorado 35 46 .432 11% 9 1-9 L-4 20-19 15-27 Hanignc 4 0 1 0 Schoop2b 3 0 0 0
NewYork 37 44 .457 5% 7 6-4 W-1 17-21 20-23 Pittsburgh 41 40 .506 9 3 7-3 L-1 23-19 18-21 San Diego 34 46 .425 12 9% 5-5 L-2 19-22 15-24 Kiermr rf 4 1 2 2 CJosphc 2 0 0 0
Philadelphia 36 44 .450 6 7% 4-6 L-2 18-25 18-19 Chicago 34 45 .430 15 9 5-5 L-1 19-19 15-26 Arizona 34 48 .415 13 10% 4-6 W-1 15-30 19-18 DYongph 10 0 0 0
Hundly c 0 0 0 0
Totals 36 5105 Totals 34 4 8 4
Tampa Bay 120 200 000 5
Baltimore 000 001 030 4
E-Brach (1). DP-Tampa Bay 1. LOB-Tampa
N L Bay 8, Baltimore 3. 2B-Hanigan (7), Pearce
(11). 3B-Zobrist (3). HR-De.Jennings (7),
Forsythe (1), Kiermaier (5), Markakis (7),
Nationals 3, Cubs 0 Machado (6). S-Guyer.
(Game 1) Tampa Bay IP H RERBBSO
Washington Chicago BedardW,4-5 7 5 3 3 0 7
ab rhbi ab rhbi BalfourH,4 2-3 2 1 1 0 0
McGeeS,3-4 11-31 0 0 0 2
Spancf 3 1 2 0 Lakecf 4 0 0 0 Baltimore
Rendon3b 4 23 1 Ruggin rf 3 00 0 WChen L,7-3 31-37 5 5 2 2
Zmrmnl If 2 00 0 Rizzo lb 3 00 0 Brach 12-30 0 0 0 1
LaRoch lb 2 00 1 SCastross 4 00 0 Tom.Hunter 1 1 0 0 0 1
Dsmndss 4 0 0 0 Olt3b 3 00 0 R.Webb 1 0 0 0 0 3
Frndsn2b 4 00 0 Coghlnl If 3 0 1 0 McFarland 1 1 0 0 1 2
RSorinp 0 00 0 Villanvp 0 00 0 ODay 1 1 0 0 0 1
McLoth rf 4 0 2 0 Barney2b 3 0 0 0 Bedard pitched to 2 batters in the 8th.
Loaton c 4 0 0 0 JoBakr c 3 0 0 0 f/-" Umpires-Home, JimWolf; First, Gabe Morales;
GGnzlzp 2 0 0 0 Beelerp 2 0 1 0 Second, Tony Randazzo; Third, David Rackley.
GGnzlzp2 T-3:13. A-36,387 (45,971).
Hairstnph 1 0 0 0 Schlittrp 0 0 0 0 T-3:13. A 6387(45971).
Clipprdp 0 0 0 Grimm p 0 0 0 0 Red Sox 2,
Espns ph-2b1 0 0 0 Wrght p 0 00 0 Yankees 1
Sweenylf 1 0 1 0
Totals 31 37 2 Totals 290 3 0 Boston NewYork
Washington 000 001 020 3 ab rh bi ab rh bi
Chicago 000 000 000 0 Holt rf 4 0 1 0 Gardnrl If 2 0 1 0
DP-Washington 1, Chicago 1. LOB-Washing- Naval If 4 0 0 0 Jeterss 3 0 1 1
ton 6, Chicago 4. 2B-Rendon (16). 3B-Ren- Pedroia2b 4 03 0 Ellsurycf 4 02 0
don (5). SB-Coghlan (2). SF-LaRoche. D.Ortizdh 4 0 1 0 Teixeir lb 4 0 0 0
Pm HNapolilb 3 1 1 1 Beltrandh 4 00 0
IP H R ER BB SO Drewss 4 00 0 ASorin rf 3 00 0
Washington Bogarts3b 3 0 0 0 ISuzukiph 1 0 0 0
G.GonzalezW,5-4 7 2 0 0 2 7 BrdlyJrcf 3 0 0 0 McCnnc 4 0 0 0
ClippardH,18 1 1 0 0 0 2 Associated Press D.Ross c 3 1 1 1 BRorts 2b 3 1 1 0
R.Soriano S,19-21 1 0 0 0 0 1 Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia reacts as he slides into second base on a hit to right field Solarte 3b 2 0 0 0
Chicago as New York Yankees second baseman Brian Roberts applies the tag Saturday during the fifth inning in New Totals 32 27 2 Totals 30 1 5 1
Beeler L,0-1 6 4 1 0 3 6 York. Pedroia was initially called safe on the play, but the call was appealed by Yankees manager Joe Girardi Boston 001 000 001 2
Schliter 1 0 0 0 0 1 iiilypapeldbyNewYork 001 000 000
Grimm 1-3 2 2 2 1 0 and overturned on review. E-Drew (2). DP-Boston 1, NewYork 1. LOBW.Wright 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 11Boston 4, New York 6. 2B-Holt (15), D.Ortiz
.Vllanueva 1131m st00ik e (11). HR-Napoli (10), D.Ross (4). CS-GardWP-Beler. PB-Jo.Bake Napoli hom ers late, Sox strike back ne 3H.SGad I 0,.HosR ERCBBS0rd
T-2:42. A-35,770 (41,072). Boston
LesterW9-7 8 5 1 0 2 6
Brewers 7, AssociatedPress AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUENewYharaS171 1 0 0 0 0 2
Rockies 4 NEW YORK Mike Napoli Friday's Games Nationals 3, Cubs 0 TanakaL,11-3 9 7 2 2 1 8
stung Masahiro Tanaka by hitting Tampa Bay 5, Baltimore 2, 1st game CHICAGO Gio Gonzalez itched HBP-by Lester (Solarte).
Colorado Milwaukee a solo home run with two outs in N.Y Yankees 6, Boston 0 CHICAGO Gio Gonzalez pitched T-2:47. A-48,433 (49,642).
ab rhbi ab rhbi Baltimore 4, Tampa Bay 1, 2nd game two-hit ball over seven innings, and
Blckmn rf 4 0 1 0 Gennett 2b 3 1 1 0 the ninth inning, liftingJon Lester Chicago White Sox 5, Toronto 4 theWashington Nationals beat the W hite Sox 4,
Blckmnrf 4 0 1 0 Gennet2b 3110
Stubbs cf 4 0 3 1 Braun rf-cf 4 2 2 2 and the Boston Red Sox over the Oakland 9, Miami5 Chicago Cubs 3-0 Saturday in the first Blue Jays 3
Tlwtzkss 2 0 0 1 Lucroyc 4 1 3 1 New York Yankees 2-1. Texas 5, Minnesota 4
Dickrsn If 4 0 0 0 CGomz cf 3 1 1 3 Napoli had struck out in his Houston 4, Detroit3, 11 innings game of a day-night doubleheader. Chicago Toronto
Kansas City 8, L.A. Angels 6 Gonzalez had his way with one of ab r h bi ab r h bi
Rosario c 4 1 1 0 MrRynl rf 1 0 0 0 previous two at-bats before lining Seattle 3, Cleveland 2 the weakest lineups in the majors, out- Eaton cf 4 1 1 0 Reyes ss 5 0 1 0
RWhelr lb 3 1 1 0 ArRmr3b 4 1 1 0 an opposite-field drive into the Saturday's Games GBckh 2b 4 0 1 0 MeCarrl If 5 0 0 0
Clrsn ph-3b 1 0 0 0 KDavis If 4 0 1 0 first row of the seats in right. Chicago White Sox 4, Toronto 3 performing Dallas Beeler in the right- Gillaspi 3b 3 0 0 0 Encrnc lb 3 0 1 0
Rtledg3b-2b4 0 1 0 Overay lb 4 0 2 1 Napoli, who also homered off L.A. Angels 6, Kansas City 2 hander's major league debut. AIRmrzph-ssl 0 1 1 DNavrrc 2 00 0
LeMahi2b-1b41 2 2 Segura ss 3 1 1 0 Tanaka at Fenway Park in late Texas 5, Minnesota 0 Anthony Rendon had three hits, in- JAreu lb 4 1 1 0 Glenn dh 3 0 0 0
Chain p 2 1 1 0 EHerrr pr-ss 1 0 1 April, raised his right arm as he Tampa Bay, Baltimore 4 cludinga two-out double against A.Dunndh 2 1 2 0 Lindph-dh 1 0 0 0
Asset p 0 0 0 0 Garza p 2 0 0 0 Detroit 4, Houston 3 Viciedo rf 4 1 2 3 StTlIsn 3b 3 0 1 0
Barnes ph 1 0 0 0 Duke p 0 0 0 0 rounded first base. Oakland 7, Miami 6, 14 innings Beeler in the sixth before scoring the Sierra pr-rf 0 0 0 0 JFrncs ph-3b 1 0 1 0
FMorls p 0 0 0 0 WSmith p 0 0 0 0 The Red Sox won for just the Boston 2, N.Y Yankees 1 game's first run on a wild pitch. He De Aza If 4 0 1 0 CIRsms cf 2 1 0 0
RWeks ph 1 0 0 0 third time in nine games. The vie- Cleveland at Seattle, late added an RBI triple off Justin Grimm Flowrs c 4 0 0 0 Mstrnn rf 3 11 2
Today's Games by LeGarc ss-3b4 0 0 0 Gose ph 11
FrRdrg p 0 0 0 0 tory made the defending World WhiteSox(Quintana4-7)atToronto(Buehrle0-4),:07p.m. and came home on a sacrifice fly by Kawsk2b 4 0 1 1
White Sox (Quintana 4-7) at Toronto (BuehrlelO0-4),l:07 p.m. fly~b 40
Totals 33 4104 Totals 34713 7 Series champions 37-44 at the Oakland (Milone 5-3) at Miami (Heaney 0-2), 1:10 p.m. Adam LaRoche against Wesley Totals 34 49 4 Totals 3337 3
Colorado 000 002 200 4 midpoint of the season it's the TampaBay(Cobb2-6)atBaltimore(Gonzalez4-5),1:35p.m. Wright in a two-run eighth. Chicago 000 000 310 4
Milwaukee 300 031 00x 7 first time since 1997 that Boston has Detroit (Smyly 4-6) at Houston (Feldman 3-5), 2:10 p.m. Toronto 000 200 001 3
DP-Colorado 2. LOB-Colorado 4, Milwaukee been under.500 at the halfwaymark Angels(Wilson 8-6)at KansasCity(Guthrie 5-6), 2:10p.m. Braves 10, Phillies 3 DP-Chicago 1, Toronto 2. LOB-Chicago 5,
5. 2B-Stubbs (11), R.Wheeler (2), Lucroy (27), Lester (9-7) held the Yankees Minnesota (Gibson 6-6) at Texas (Lewis 5-5), 3:05 p.m. (Game Toronto 9. 2B-J.Abreu (17), A.Dunn (12), Gose
K.Davis (21). 3B-Braun (4). HR-C.Gomez Cleveland(House0-1)atSeattle(Hernandez9-2),4:10p.m (4). HR-Viciedo (8), Mastroianni (1). CS(13). CS-Stubbs (2), Tulowitzki (1). S-Garza. hitless until the sixth. He gave up Boston (Lackey 8-5) atYankees (Whitley 3-1), 8:05 p.m. PHILADELPHIA- Justin Upton A.Dunn (1).
SF-Tulowitzki. an unearned run and five hits in NATIONAL LEAGUE had two hits and three RBIs, and the Chicago IP H R ER BB SO
P H R ER BB SO eight innings, striking out six and
Colorado walkH R ER BB SO eight in g s, striking out six and two. Friday's Games Atlanta Braves were helped by two Sale W,7-1 7 4 2 2 5 6
ChacinL,1-7 52-311 7 7 1 4 Chicago Cubs 7, Washington 2 straight Ryan Howard errors in a 10-3 Guerra H,3 1-3 0 0 0 1 0
Atlata 4 Phladephia Phllie in SurkampH,1 1-300001
Masset 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 AMERICAN LEAGUE PiAtlantasburgh 3, PhiladN.Y Mets 2, 11 innings victory over the Philadelphia Philliesin Putnam S,1-1 11-33 1 1 0 0
EMorae 2 2 0 0 0 3 W htPxBuiy3 ttsburgh3, N.Mets2,111innings the er t ada gtobe r 23
FMorales 2 2 0 0 0 3 i S x Blue 3 Oakland 9, Miami 5 the first game of a day-night double- Toronto
Milwaukee W4ays Milwaukee 3, Colorado 2 header on Saturday afternoon. Stroman 62-32 2 2 2 6
Garza W,5-5 62-39 4 4 0 4 TORONTO Dayan Viciedo hit a Arizona 2, San Diego 1 Tommy La Stella hit a three-run triple MGwan L,4-3 BS,2-3 1 3 2 2 0 2
DukeH,8Loup 1-31 0 0 0
mDuke H,H21 1-3 0 00 01 three-run homer, Chris Sale pitched t Louis 3, L.A. Dodgers 1 and Chris Johnson drove in two runs for Janssen 1-3 1 0 0 0 0
W.SmithH,21 1 1 0 0 1 2 Cincinnati 6, San Francisco 2
Fr.Rodriguez S,27-30 1 0 0 0 0 2 seven innings and the Chicago White Saturday's Games the Braves, who have won four of five. PB-Flowers.
Umpires-Home, Dan lassogna; First, CB Buc- Sox beat the Toronto Blue Jays 4-3. Washington 3, Chicago Cubs 0, 1st game Tony Gwynn Jr. and Ben Revere T-2:58. A-39,623 (49,282).
knor; Second, Tripp Gibson; Third, Dale Scott. Chicago won back-to-back games Atlanta 10, Philadelphia 3, 1stgame had a pair of hits for the slumping Angels 6, Royals 2
T-3:1 1. A-40.616 (41,900). for the first time since wnigtwo N.Y Mets 5, Pitsburgh 3
T-3:11. A-40,816 (41,900). for the first time since winning two Milwaukee 7, Colorado 4 Phillies, who have lost six of eight. Los Angeles Kansas City
straight over San Francisco on June Oakland 7, Miami 6, 14 innings Ervin Santana (6-5) snapped a four- ab r h bi ab r h bi
In te rle a g u e 17 and 18. Atlanta at Philadelphia, late game winless streak after allowing two Calhon rf 5 2 3 1 L.Cain cf 4 0 0 0
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(14 innings) ning. JoseAbreu doubled,Adam Atlanta(Harang6-6)atPhiladelphia(Buchanan4-3),1:35p.m. Mets 5, Pirates 3 Freese3b 4 13 3 Maxwllrf 3 00 0
Dunn walked and right-hander Dustin N.Y Mets (Colon 8-5) at Pittsburgh (Volquez5-6),1:35 p.m. JMcDnI pr-3b0 0 0 0 AEscorss 3 0 1 0
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Lowrie ss 6 2 1 1 GJones lb 7 0 2 1 and David Freese combined to drive HOUSTON lan Kinsler hit a three- Cole's return from the disabled list with Freese(1).SF-Infante RBBSO
Reddck rf 1 0 1 0 Ozuna cf 4 1 1 0 in five runs as the Los Angeles Angels run homer with two outs in the ninth a 5-3 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates. Los Angeles
Vogtsf 2 00 0 MDunnp 0 00 0 beat the Kansas City Royals 6-2 for inning to rally the Detroit Tigers past the Campbell was filling in for Wright, H.Santiago 4 4 0 0 0 4
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Francisp 0 0 0 0 Sltlmch c 7 1 1 0 Williams (1-4) to left-center for a 4-2 B.Chen 5 5 4 4 2 8
Callasp 2b 6 0 3 2 Solano ss 5 1 1 1 PUjOls, who has 14 RBls in his past lead. Kinsler also had a double in his He will be treated with anti-inflamma- HBP-by Jepsen (Maxwell). WP-H.Santiago,
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Miami 14. 2B-Jaso (11), Moss (13), Lowrie for his eighth save. JMrtnz If 4 0 1 0 Presley cf 4 1 2 3
(19), R.Johnson (10), Stanton (21). SB-Don- ARLINGTON, Texas-Yu Darvish Athletics 7, Marlins 6 D.Kelly3b 0 0 0 0 MDmn 3b 3 0 0 0
aldson (3), McGehee (1). CS-Cespedes (2), returned to his dominant form. (14 in ig ) Brewers 7, Rockies 4 TrHntrrf 4 1 1 0 Carterdh 4 0 0 0
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Cook 1 0 0 0 0 1 Saturday, handing the Twins their fifth from second base in the 14th inning, for his first win in four starts to help the Suarez ss 4 1 3 1
Abad 1 0 0 0 0 1 straight loss. and the Oakland Athletics beat the Milwaukee Brewers continue their Detroit 000 010 003 3- 4
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Doolittle BS,2-13 1 2 1 1 0 1 and one walk after the second inning For the second game in a row, the Rockies with a 7-4 victory. LOB-Detroit 8, Houston 5. 2B-Kinsler (25),
Otero 2 1 0 0 0 2 in lowering his earned run average to Athletics won despite squandering a Garza (5-5) pitched five scoreless J.Martinez (14). aR-Kinsler (10) Presley (4).
Ji.Johnson W,4-2 21-33 0 0 2 4 24tw cosctv deet 4-lad aso qun rigpchdSB-Altuve 2 (34) Ma.Gonzalez (1). CSFrancis S,-l 2-3 0 0 0 0 1 2.42 following two consecutive defeats 4-0 lead. They also overcame a blown innings before allowing two runs each Ma.Gonzalez (3). S-R.Davis.
Miami and his home ERA to 1.83. With 10 save by Sean Doolittle, whose streak in the sixth and seventh. His first win IP H RER BB SO
Eovaldi 7 8 5 5 3 3 strikeouts, he hit double digits for the of 26 2/3 innings ended when Miami since June 7 improved the Brewers to Detroit
Scherzer 7 7 2 2 1 13
M.Dunn 11-32 1 1 0 1 fifth in his last eight starts. scored the tying run in the ninth. 6-0 this season against Colorado. CokeW ~l-1 1 0 0 0 0 1
S.Dyson 2-3 1 0 0 0 1 Adrian Beltre had three hits for the Jeff Francis came on with the bases Francisco Rodriguez pitched a perfect Nathan S,17-22 1 1 1 1 0 1
Cishek 1 0 0 0 1 0 Rangers and scored Texas' first run, loaded and one out in the bottom of ninth inning for his majors-best 27th Houston
Morris 1 1 0 0 1 0 which proved to be all the Rangers the 14th to earn his first career save. save. Oberholtzer 61-35 1 1 2 4
Ja.TurnerL.2-6 3 3 1 1 1 4 RnesZeidH.2 2-3 1 0 0 0 0
HBP-by Gray (Dietrich, R.Johnson), by Eovaldi needed, in the second inning. Shin- AL West leader Oakland has won Braun's two-run triple keyed a Quails H,2 1 1 0 0 0 0
(Vogt).WP-Ji.Johnson. Soo Chin and Leonys Martin added three in a row and is 6-1 in interleague three-run sixth that upped the Brew- Williams L,1-4 BS,3-3 1 3 3 3 0 1
T-4:47. A-19.358 (37,442). twO hits each. play. ers' lead to 6-0. T-3:15. A-25.788 (42,060).




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Reeds builds lead at Congressional
Associated Press Wie leads rain-delayed NW but no victories.
The two-time Masters champion shook
BETHESDA, Md. -Patrick Reed Arkansas Championship off a slow start with a 4-under 31 on the
held it together Saturday at Congres- ROGERS, Ark. Michelle Wie shot her back nine. signal to build a two-shot lead in second straight 5-under 66 to take a two- Perry, trying to join Arnold Palmer as the the Quicken Loans National and put shot lead in the suspended second round of only player to win the Senior Players in conhimself in an ideal position. the NW Arkansas Championship. secutive years, briefly took the lead midway
He has never lost a PGA Tour event Coming off a victory Sunday in the U.S. through the round before settling for a 65 when he had at least a share of the 54 Women's Open at Pinehurst, Wie had six that left him three strokes behind Langer. hole lead. birdies and a bogey in her morning round at Russ Cochran, Joe Durant and Bill GlasRed mdet n three os iaseen- Pinnacle Country Club. son were four back. Cochran had a 63, the
and salvaged an even-par 71, giving him So Yeon Ryu, paired with Wie, was sec- low round of the day at Fox Chapel. Durant
a two-shot lead over Seung-yul Noh, ond after her second straight 67. shot 67, and Glasson had a 68. Freddie Jacobson and Marc Leishman Suzann Pettersen, Chella Choi and Line Larrazabal 3 shots clear in
going into the final round. Vedel were three strokes back, and top- BMW International Open
He was at 6-under 207. ranked and local favorite Stacy Lewis was
Reed will try to become the only four shots behind at 6 under. COLOGNE, Germany Former champlayer with four PGA Tour victories in Pettersen had a 67, Choi shot 65, and pion Pablo Larrazabal made five birdies for the last year, and history is on his side. Vedel had five holes left. a 5-under 67 to claim the overnight lead
He won the Wyndham Championship All 72 players in the afternoon session going into the final day of the BMW Internawhen tied for the lead going into Sun- were unable to finish because of thunder- tional Open. day, and he converted a seven-shot lead storms. The Spaniard, who won the tournament
at the Humana Challenge and a two- The players are expected to finish the in 2011, finished strongly and holds a threeshot lead at Doral into victories, second round early Sunday before the final shot lead at 17-under par, with eight players Even without Tiger Woods boosting round begins later in the morning, tied for second on 14 under. the energy at Cng only four players Langer still in command at Emiliano Grillo would be closer but for a
frothetp 10 whae ony fon ter s l S niod a double bogey on the final hole. The Argenfrom the top 10 have won on the PGA Senior Players tine is tied with former winners Thomas
Tour, it might not be that easy Congressional has been tough all week, and PITTSBURGH Bernhard Langer Bjorn (2000 and 2002), Henrik Stenson
with another day of broiling sunshine, moved closer to his first Senior Players (2006) and Robert Karlsson (1997), as well the fairways were running faster and Championship victory, shooting a 4-under as Francesco Molinari, Carlos Del Moral, the greens were turning slightly yellow 66 in the third round to stay in front of hard- Rafa Cabrera-Bello and Richard Green, Associated Press
Reed matched the highest score to charging Kenny Perry. who catapulted himself into contention with Patrick Reed putts on the 15th green
par for a 54-hole leader in a tour event Langer was at 15-under 195 through 54 the round of the tournament. The Australian Saturday during the third round of the Quicken at Congressional. The other time was in holes in the third Champions Tour major the made eight birdies and an eagle for a 10- Loans National PGA golf tournament in 1983 at the old Kemper Open. season, where he has five top- 10 finishes under 62. Bethesda, Md.





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LARRY BUGG
Correspondent Crystal River

CRYSTAL RIVER Fourth of July
There was some visiting Sprint 2 Triathlon
royalty Saturday at the 2014 results:
Crystal River Fourth of Men's overall winner: Vince Tenaglia, July Spring Triathlon at Seminole, 1:03.40 Fort Island Gulf Beach. Women's overall winner: Julia Worden, Tarpon Springs' Dave Ocala, 1:11:44
Morrow, 61, took fifth in Men's masterswinner: Jerry Gisclair, Tampa, 1:05:25
the race with a 1:06:52. Women's masters winner: Laura Morrow is the reigning DeWitt, 1:15:29 world champion in the 60- Top 10 finishers
64 age group in the Sprint 1Vince Tenaglia, Seminole, 1:03.40
2. Jerry Gisclair, Tampa, 1:05:25
Duathlon. The Duathlon is 3. John Dodd, 1:05:49 the triathlon without the 4. Dave Bracken, NewPortRichey, 1:06:02 swim. He won the title in 5. David MorrowTarpon Springs, 1:06:52 Spain. 6. Benjamin Borgert, 1:09:06
He didn't do too bad Sat- 7. George Buffington, 1:09:14
8. Erik Smith, 1:09:37.7
urday at the beach, either 9. Kevin Bates, 1:10:06 "I thought I did pretty 10. Ed Sabol, 1:10:15 good," he said. "I love this 11. Robert Brockett, Lecanto 1:10:24. course. Dr Bob Brockett
inspires me. He is the Race director Chris Molclassiest guy around. We ing said that there were love him down in Tarpon 202 competitors registered Springs." but probably 100 others
Brockett, one of the didn't show because this is founders of the Crystal the first weekend of scalRiver Triathlon, was en- lop fishing. He said a numjoying having a new family ber of competitors didn't member competing in the feel safe. He purposely race. Ben Fletcher of scheduled the race for late Gainesville ran his first June to avoid the start of triathlon in an impressive the season, but the two coltime of 1:12:49. He ran lided when the state govwith his new bride Calli ernment opened the
Fletcher, Brockett's season a week early
daughter They were mar- "We have concerns 6
ried around the time of the about the scalloping," MolMemorial Day Triathlon. ing said. "We scheduled _,
"He was just two min- this race back in October utes behind me," said (Scalloping) was schedBrockett, who was 11th uled for July 1 and we with a time of 1:10:24. "He scheduled to avoid that is getting faster I couldn't weekend, but they backed be happier to have him for it up to this weekend. We a son-in-law" are dealing with it. It
"It was fun," Fletcher should be mentioned that said. "I had a blast." the (Citrus County) SherThe race winner was iffs Office is out in full Vince Tenaglia, 31, of force with us and making Seminole. He won with a sure it is safe for the athtime of 1:03:49. letes and the boaters alike.
"I took the lead on the That was our No. 1 conbike," he said. "I have run cern coming into this these five or six times. week. This is a great course. I "It will be very fast but love to come here." hot. Everybody is having
Ocala's Julia Worden, 39, fun. We have a lot of firstwas the top women's com- timers. Dr Brockett is here petitor She finished 14th with his son-in-law and overall with a time of daughter We have some 1:11:44. good competitors. We are Me ND aH r
"It was good," she said of excited, happy to be here her race. "I felt very safe. and looking forward to I've been here four or five Sprint Three to finish up times." the season."

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Seven Rivers holding Please bring a completed prepare to nominate your favorite
sports camps CRHS Athletic Packet with
Seven Rivers Christian you, including a copy of your H ealthcare Professional.
birth certificate (if you have
School will be holding several never played sports at sports camps later this summer. CRHS) and a copy of your The Warrior Basketball current insurance card to Camp for boys and girls will leave with the CRHS staff be held July 21 to 25. Players after the physical has been
in grades 3 to 5 will meet from conducted. Checks should 9 a.m.-noon. Players in be made payable to CRHS grades 6 to 8 will meet from in the amount of $15. Deadline for nominations is Tues., July 8, 2014.
1 to 4 p.m. The cost is $50 Download the packet from and registration forms are c2cschools.com or come by available at the school front the front office for a printed office or on the SRCS copy. NowgoI_ Nom inate_ __ ___ __website.
The Warrior Volleyball Marines, Navy golf Camp for girls will be held outing in September Go to www.chronicleonline.com/healthcareheroes
July 28 toAug. 1. Players in The Marines and Navy Fill in application information
grades 3to 5will meetfrom Corpsmen of Marine Corps Complete the online essay. Minimum 200 words, Maximum 1,000
9 a.m. to noon. Players in League Detachment 1139 will grades 6 to 9 will meet from 1 be holding its third annual golf words of why you are nominating your Healthcare Hero. to 4 p.m. The cost is $50 and outing on Monday, Sept. 22, b ae ugs
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or on the SRCS website. Warriors of Florida. Fee is $80 The Warrior Football Camp per golfer, and includes lunch County Chamber of Commerce Luncheon. for boys will be held July 28 to at the clubhouse. Hole in oneSe ca gois nblw
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Have seen Three Sisters Springs go
from a remote-access spring system to a frill-blown playhouse for swimmers and divers and folks in kayaks,
canoes, paddleboards and even noodles, with no increase in rules and regulations for protection of the West Indian manatee.
Established in 1983, the Crystal River National Wildlife RefugeWo was set up to protect the West Indian manatee, which is an endan-




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C )PIN IO NMiguel do Unamuno, "Essays and Soliloquies," 1924

-CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE



CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE Lessons for the hospial from the church

EDITORIAL BOAR D n nan era where we can send of dollars, hospital CEO Ryan Plantation. Bring everyone to
Iand receive correspondence Beaty resigned, the two hospi- the table: the attorneys from Gerry Mulligan ...................publisher acrosss the world within a tal boards separated, the hospi- the Foundation, the trustees,
Mike Arnold .................................. editor matter of seconds, it appears tal's bond rating dropped to junk the board members and HCA.
Charlie Brennan.................. managing editor that Citrus Memorial hospital few board members stepped Make a commitment to decid(CMH) continues to work at down, trustees changed, and ing on what is in the best Curt Ebitz ......................... citizen member speeds slower than snail mail. I CMH was put through a bidding interest of Citrus County's citiMac Harris........................ citizen member hate to inform our resident tax- war with for-profit and not-for- zens. Work around the clock,
Founded Rebecca Martin.................. citizen member payers that a final selling con- profit hospital chains, like many of the hospital emby Albert M. tract has not yet been signed On June 18, 2013, Josh Nem- ployees, nurses, and physicians
Williamson Brad Bautista........................... copy chief between the Hospi- zoff was selected as are so often made to do. If dras"You mzay differ with my choice, but not my tight to choose." tal Corporation of the transaction tic measures are not taken to
-David S. Arthurs publisher emeritus America (HCA) and agent. He presented expedite the closing, we risk
-CMH. The closing is the options avail- losing even more taxpayer
now expected to able: either selling dollars.
CARD SWIPING occur by the end of or leasing the hospi- Let us all learn lessons from
this year, one year tal before it de- history: The longest papal elecafter the letter of in- faulted. The final tion in the history of the
tent was sent to the winner of the bid- Catholic Church dates back to
hospital board. ding war was HCA, November 1268 after the death
Maybe the Roman Dr. Paresh Desai and a letter of intent of Pope Clement IV Because of A u d it o r 's guide us through GUS for approximately lasted until Sept. 1, 1271, and
this process. COLUMN $140 million was the next pope wasn't elected
In Ocober 008,sent on Dec. 16. The until the magistrates of Viterbo more than 100 physicians from letter of intent was signed sev- were forced to lock the Cardithe Florida Wellcare Alliance eral months after this date and nals into the Palazzo del Papi di
re p o r f u e land the Citrus County Medical after several shade meetings Viterbo. Once locked in, they reSociety presented the deterio- with attorneys, exhausting even moved the roof of the building rating financial and managerial more tax dollars. and only fed them rations of
states of the hospital to the com- As we await the decision of bread and water The election bined board. the procrastinating nature of of Teobaldo Visconti as Pope
The ensuing outcome, as the our hospital, where do we stand Gregory X was the first examf o r rf lo r hospital management decided six months later? We stand in a ple of a papal election done by
on "business as usual," was a state of flux, with low morale "compromise." Still, Pope Grellegations that a Lecanto government complex and a gap in health care cover- physicians and Citrus County year after the magistrates were
A county supervisor using a county-issued card or age, as our elderly were forced residents as they wait for the forced to perform such radical
A misused county fuel from commercial gas stations to go outside the county for uncertainty, indecisiveness, dis- measures.
purchasing cards has led to using a Wright Express their health care services, trust and controversy about the We need to move now and
an audit of county fuel pur- (WEX) credit card. Since then, many events have ownership of the residual dol- stop the bleeding.
chasing procedures. The Between the county cards transpired. Laws were passed lars to be over audit report said current pro- and WEX cards, there are to protect the public asset, but CMH, here is my suggestion cedures are inadequate to as- over 650 cards used for fuel attorneys were hired through to you: Get all of the players to- Paresh Desai is a staff sure that "fuel purchased by purchasing. During fiscal tax dollars to challenge the law gether and have a weeklong re- physician at Citrus Memorial the county is year 2012-13, Ultimately, after losing millions treat in Crystal River at and Seven Rivers hospitals.
only beingused TESU:county emin the pursuit TH SU:ployees purof County Audit finds weaknesses chased over
business." i n cou nty f uel pu rchasi ng 396,000 galLate last De- procedures. Ions of fuel in WQ5S m1 llk WEcember county 20,508 card f
officials fired OUR OPINION: transactions. S X1O
a supervisor .The audit 5M LT %
in the Parks Act on recommendations found that and Recre- and improve controls. current proceation division dures do not
after they investigated an adequately correlate fuel anonymous report that the purchases from these two
supervisor was using a separate systems, and the data county-issued fuel purchas- that is collected is not fully ing card to purchase fuel for adequate to assure the cards her personal vehicles, are used only for county vehiThe investigation was later cles. Auditors also found that turned over to the sheriff's management does not have office, which brought crimi- the reports necessary to monnal charges against the for- itor and control the use of fuel. Oi
mer employee, who county While auditors did not unofficials say bought over cover any additional specific $9,000 of fuel for personal ye- examples of misuse of fuel hidles using the county card. purchasing cards, they foundAd As a result of this incident, "significant weaknesses in an outside auditing firm was the fuel management opera- A
engaged to audit the county tion and deem this to be a fuel purchasing program. Its high risk environment." findings were presented at While most county employthe last commission meeting, ees would not misuse a pur -______and commissioners voted to chasing card, control of the LE TEISto thieditor
accept the recommendations. use of these cards should not Trgd inIaTh kyo fr
Perhaps the most signifi- depend on employee good TaeyiIrqOPINIONS INVITEDThn yo fr
cant finding of the audit was will. Loose controls and inad- Now that terrorists are taking E The opinions expressed in supporting me that "current control struc- equate monitoring lead to an over Iraq the hawks are criti- Chronicle editorials are the opin- On June 20 1 was re-elected tures and management re- environment that tempts cheat- cizing President Obama for ions of the newspaper'sathepitoqulfcin porting systems are not ing and emboldens those who pulling U.S. troops out of Iraq. edtoia board.etotaeths p adequate to monitor a pro- are tempted to use the cards He wanted to leave a small 0 Viewpoints depicted in political aond t oul like thak this fopgrami of this magnitude." for their personal vehicles, force in Iraq but would not cartoons, columns or letters do pruiyt a hn o o not nercssrilyi represen the the support and the trust the




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Revisiti ng Venice -and remembering a romantic moment

"It was Sept 24, 1996. enjoy the ones about the pany us ... and that made or a few million lire before me in the direct line of and scooch in the designated The moon was glistening places we have either the trip much more fun. we boarded, because he sight of the captain, and he direction made my Cheryl on ripples in the water as been or hope to go. As to the gondola ride, we and his lovely wife were kept shouting instructions. laugh out loud; nonethethe gondolier easily ma- A few nights ago, we were with a tour seated in the I had paid good American less, she and I occasionally
neuvered the stern oar to were revisiting Venice. group, which prime spot, the dollars to be ballast on our locked our gazes directly
move his boat smoothly We were there 18 years meant our seat- leather-uphol- canal outing. Once I learned into each other's eyes, and
along the canal. It was our ago as a part of celebrating ing was more stered loveseat. "a sinistra" means left, "a when this happened, as it
30th wedding anniversary our 30th wedding anniver- like packing in ItAnother couple destra" means right and always is, at least for that and Cheryl was nestled sary, and yes, we did take a cattle than ar- occupied a based on his hand motions moment, we were the only
gently but securely in my gondola ride, just not like ranging roman- double seat in figured outwhetherhe meant two people on Earth.
arms while we were seated the one the lead-in para- tic interludes, the middle of his right or my right, I knew
in the leather-upholstered graph describes. Six passengers the craft. which way he wanted me
love seat He began to sing First it was late July, not accompanied IICheryl and I to scooch to keep the craft Fr-ed Brannen, an Inverness '0 sole mio .... . September That was the the gondolier Fred Brannen sat facing each afloat and heading in the resident, has been a
closest we could come to on a warm but ASIE other on two desired direction. Chronicle columnist since
St didn't happen that our special anniversary date pleasant after- ASIE single seats, Was it a perfect, poetic 1988 and is the author of
Iway and still schedule a two- noon. This was OF LIFE with my back to event? No. the recently published
.1In addition to the An- week trip to England and before the ad- the bow Was it romantic? De- novel, 'At the Bottom of
tiques Road Show, we old- continental Europe when vent of the Euro, and I've The handsome Italian lightfully so. Biscayne Bay" Tred may be
sters have an obligation to my good brother William always suspected my oarsman did not sing, he We were in Venice. We contacted atfbrannenjr watch various television and his sweet wife Jerry brother slipped the boat- yelled. were in agondola on acanal. @gmail. com or via
travel shows. Cheryl and I Lee would be able accom- master an extra 20 bucks My spot on the boat had My having to remain alert brannenbookslc. com.


Letters to THE EDITOR C I J VIf you cannot afford around Three Sisters Springs, peoSPIE Y~ h nocm n ple will come to view them in their
Nothng hanes ummr flg dys ontnue frm P~ C1 theenfrce entnatural habitat as with Blue Spring
Notingchages Sunine flg aysConinud fom agsClpersonnel and cannot and Homosassa.
In regard to the county The celebration of Flag It was stated and voted on a numaudit findings on gas card Day is a mandatory ob- one manatee to another That was find another entity or ber of years back by the board of
usage by employees, what servance for the Benevo- before the sanctuary was estab- agency with the the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conhappened to the safeguards lent and Protective Order lished. And when I complained 1'dn fnronl servation Commission and agreed
put in place several years of the Elks (BPOE). about them being stacked like cord- fnigopr nel upon by other agency personnel
ago when this same abuse Elks have always been wood in the sanctuary, I was told to do the enforcement, meeting at the Plantation Inn in
was exposed? moved in the presence of the tide was too low for them to get do not allow it. Crystal River that stopping of haSame ol', same ol'. Just the flag of the United into Three Sisters. Of course, the rassment of manatees would be
put the procedures in States of America, which fact that they could go into Three in the winter The park generates possible only if the touching of place; no need to monitor is why in 1907 Elks mem- Sisters before the winds from the ample funding. Take a look at Ellie manatees was stopped -that the bers adopted a resolution cold front swept the tide waters Schiller Homosassa Springs Wildlife "no-touch" rule was the only option Beverly Brown designating June 14 as away but didn't because there were State Park, which opens the gates that made it financially feasible to
Crystal River Flag Day In 1911 the divers, kayakers, paddleboards and to its springs for manatees only for enforce with the fewer personnel.
Grand lodge mandated swimmers with noodles in Three the winter If you have no other budgetary
Cut Clift loose that all local Lodges ob- Sisters only speaks to their knowl- Only allow activity that you can means to halt harassment, then you
I am dismayed and dis- serve Flag Day with ap- edge that they cannot rest and are enforce. In other words, if you can- should not allow touching. gusted that the Chronicle propriate ceremonies, not safe with all the human activity not afford the enforcement personprovides a forum for making the Elks the first The solution is simple. Give only nel and cannot find another entity Eleanor Clift, who has national fraternal organ- manatees access to Three Sisters or agency with the funding of per- Helen Spivey is the co-chair stated publically that Am- ization to require the ob- Springs for the winter. If you are sonnel to do the enforcement, do of the Save the Manatee Club bassador Chris Stevens servance of Flag Day hesitant to do this, I would suggest not allow it. Cutting off access via board of directors, a former
was not murdered in Finally, on Aug. 3, 1949, you look at the Blue Spring State the spring run should be simple. Florida state representative and
Benghazi (McLaughlin President Harry S. Thru- Park, which has a no swimming ban And with the excellent boardwalk an environmental activist Group, May 11, 2013). man, himself a member
She claims that he was of the Order, permanently
not murdered, but instead, designated June 14 as 7
died of "smoke inhalation" Flag Day, by signing an
in the safe room. Using her ac:fCoges theory, if an arsonist sets This past Flag Day, In- H / O H OE
fire to your home while you verness Elks Lodge heldRO F R TH
are asleep and you die, you its usual beautiful service, OEwere not murdered, you including a display of a
died of "smoke inhalation."' eight flags of the United
Why would anyone in States. These flags are
their right mind take sen-_ representative of the difously anything this woman ferent flags that have
espouses? I have always represented our nation
found C lift to be a left- over the course of its hisleaning pundit but she has tory From the Betsy Ross
crossed the line and totally flag through our present
lost touch with reality What Old Glory of 50 stars and R A H FOR
in the world does it take 13 stripes, our flags tell
to be condemned by the the history of the growthEST R
media for such comments? of our nation. Run For The Money
I realize you may have a The Inverness Elks ****
wishd todispay teseOfficial Kickoff contract that tethers you to wiase o dipathy these
this woman, but your paper flagsbsore tha the couli3c. Annual Dinner and Auction
should cut her loose at beobereb the p bic. o
the earliest possible time. iththen cooperatin ofis- Friday, July 11 *Chet Cole Life Enrichment Center
Bob Marino play will be available for 6~Entertainment by Key Training Center Stars
Citrus Springs public observance.Through reserve your ticket call (352) 795-5541 EXT. 311
the Fourth of July, this
Stop stirring up display is in the lobby of r
the Hernando branch of EL lJyOAT
trouble the bank. For the rest of ZZ I :
The headline in the July, the display moves to The lines are open on
June 21 paper "Scott signs the Inverness Branch on
warning shot bill" had a U.S. 41 South. Then inWYETonauryLOA statement in the second August, through Labor July 19, from 9 A.M. to 6 Channe 47
paragraph that read "this Day, the Gulf-to-Lake P.M. for your Run For
is one of the most signifi- branch inlInverness will X1 The Money pledges. Call 527-2341 or Toll Free
cant changes to the state's also have the flags on .0,886-377-0340 to make your pledge.
self-defense laws since display
the 2012 killing of The Inverness Elks
teenage Trayvon Martin." wish to thank the Bran- J
I'm not aware of any nen Bank Group for its Ah
law changes due to that support. Whereever the




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number of courses to the curLOOK. riculum, including biology,
physics, algebra, chemistry and
Continued from Page C1 "modern math" for seventh- and
county to keep taxes here relatively eighth-grade students.
low The curse is Citrus County's p[T E5
heavy reliance on the power R U.S.19
plant and concomitant failure to 'ITUR-LANED
heed advice given 50 years ago. The four-laning of U.S. 19
PETE 'S PIE OPEN through Crystal River was comPT' pleted during the summer of 1964.
Pete's Fishing Pier opened 8 T I
just in time for the July Fourth CABLE TV COMES TO
festivities on July 1, 1964. Owned RURAL CITRUS COUNTY
by Capt Pete Weis on land owned R C COUNTY
by Knox Purcell, the facility in- A representative from a Cocoa
eluded 500 feet of dock space, 10 Beach-area cable TV company
feet wide. Gas, ice, diesel, bait, explained to interested council
towing, escort and guide services, members from Inglis, Yankeedeep-sea fishing, boat tie-ups and town and Crystal River in May
ship-to-shore radio service were 1964 that they could receive
all available. Weis was skipper 4"clear, perfect TV signals" to
of the Sun Fish charter boat. communities in "fringe areas" of
the county, which Crystal River
THE WILD ONES was at the time.
--7: Twelve channels, including a
As school let out in the sum- weather channel and a closedmer of 1964 in Citrus County, of- circuit public safety channel,
officials begin a crackdown on would be available to hook up to
violators of the "curfew law" Who for $29.50 and a monthly fee of
were the troublemakers? Young- Chronicle file $5.85.
sters riding their bikes at night. Pete's Fishing Pier opened July 1, 1964. Minors not accompanied by
adults were required to be in by The youngster had been tick- READING, WRITING arithmetic and civics were basi- Mike Am old is the editor
11 p.m. Those found after that eted for driving his small motor- AND ALGEBRA? cally the only courses offered by of the Citrus County Chronicle.
were to be taken into custody cycle on a neighborhood road county high schools. The 1964-65 Email him atmarnold@
and their bikes impounded. when he was trying to get it For those who tout the good school year saw the addition of a chronicleonline.com. Fast forward 25 years to June cranked up by push-starting it in old days when educators taught 1989, when a 12-year-old Floral City front of his home. students reading, writing and boy spent the night in county jail Graham signed a warrant for the arithmetic and say students were July 2 5:00 7:30 PM
afterhe failed to perform 50 hours boy and probation officers made better equipped and smarter when Exhibit Grand Opening Reception ofcommunityservice handed down the arrest. Upon reflection, offi- they graduated high school than Changing People, Changing Springs:
bythen-countyjudge GaryGraham cials say they should have issued today's graduates, think again. Chassahowitzka Discovered!
for driving without a license, the child a court summons. Before 1964, reading, writing, Old Courthouse Heritage Museum
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.AW _law IEW A ' AJuly 5:
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DFAR BRUCE: Is
it better to start a
A truck loaded with containers leaves a port June 8 in Qingdao in east China's Shandong province. China sayAsiatd exos vate fund My spuse growth accelerated in May but imports dipped in a mixed sign for the world's second-biggest economy. s t xotande have~beentryingto figure this out before we
run into mistakes. -J.B.
0 DEAR J.B.: There is
no specific answer to
one being better than
the other, but a 401(k) is
itt troucertainly a good way to
advatage andgives
you flexibility in terms
0 0 0of investment, which can
work to your advantage.
I am not sure what you
mean by "a private fund."
in big C hinaIf you mean investing in
a fund owned by a private company, I have no
problem with that It will
depend on your age and
what your goals are.
Bearsh n Cina Yor lss, aysOppnhemermangerThere is no reason to Bearsh n Cina Yor lss, aysOppnhemermangerlimit yourself to one or
the other If you are tryAssociated Press A. Chinese equities have done stun- been a yo-yo, and that's because the ing to make a small start
ningly bad against the world's great- underlying institutions are very eas- in investing, a 401(k) is a NEW YORK est growth markets from a macro ily manipulated in a fashion of pop- decent way to begin.

C hina's stumbling stock market perspective. There was a big bull ulism, and those things aren't D EAR BRUCE: I have
but Justin Leverenz isn't one we're basically back where we were is a thesis that Argentina is on the stocks lately. I'm trying of them. He runs Oppen- 10 years ago. All great bull markets cusp of change. And stocks run up to do as much research
heimer's Developing Markets fund, have to start in the environment of ex- hugely, but that's someone else's and ask as many questions
the largest actively managed mutual treme stress and despair because money We don't do that. as possible. My question
fund specializing in emerging-market then ownership is low That's where Q: What about India, where stocks to you is how much or
stocks, and he still sees big opportu- we are in the Chinese equity market are surging on excitement about the how little of a share can nities for stocks from China and de- I think that China is the one econ- new prime minister, Narendra Modi? you purchase? I don't
veloping economies in general. omy that is addicted to reform, and A. I do think in this five-year term have much money at this
Investors overall have grown more that reform agenda is very powerful with Modi, it will be a very strong time, but would like to
skeptical of these formerly fast-grow- and will create significant, sustained market. It's not just his character but give it a try Dawn ing economies: Growth for emerging growth. That reform agenda includes the unique mandate he's got that he's DEAR DAWN: You
markets dropped by nearly half be- interest-rate liberalization, labor- going to be able to scare his opposi- ask a good question. tween 2007 and last year, and in- market reform and lots of micro-level tion into doing things that they may Starting out with even a vestors pulled out a net $1.3 billion reform including consolidation and not be inclined to do because they small amount of money
from Chinese stock funds over the last privatization. would be voted out if they didn't. can be advantageous.
12 months, according to Morningstar Q: What do you think of the argu- From that perspective, all the bottle- The fact that you can't Leverenz spoke recently about why ment that it's better to invest in the necks in the economy -about land put much money into
he sees big gains for Chinese online- Chinese economy by buying devel- clearances, environmental permits, the market doesn't stop
video companies in particular, as well oped-market stocks that do lots of financing for projects -all those things you from reading agood as why he has avoided Argentine business there? that had completely broken the ani- deal and tracking some
stocks and why Indian stocks may be A: The Chinese model is very dif- mal spirits of India will get repaired. stocks to see how your in the midst of a strong bull market ferent. Think about Alibaba in From the perspective of an investor, choices would have been.
Q: You've called Chinese online-video e-commerce. Alibaba had to do things it looks really encouraging. However There are some stocks one of the best media opportu- very differently than eBay did. Because if India really wants to become pow- shares that you can purnities of a lifetime. Why so optimistic? you have a lack oftrust in many of these erful, a really significant player and chase one at a time. The A: America is disproportionate in geographies, where buyers didn't trust not just a regional powerhouse, it is first thing to do is to deeverything -half the world's health that sellers offered what they sold on going to have to really change the termine what you are
care spending haf+h1wrd',eda Tntenet Alib 1abaha trete- labor laws so that+ peopl ar wiin going, to purchnae I




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BUSINESS DIGEST


Barber named to United RBO's Hall selected Holiday Inn wins TripAdvisor award
Way planning committee to attend conference
Jennifer Barber was recently named Robert Boissoneault Oncology Instiby United Way Worldwide as a mem- tute (RBOI) employee Wendy Hall, ber of the national 2014 financial and LCSW, was the only Florida profestalent management forum planning sional social worker selected to attend committee. This is her second year the ExCEL in Social Work: Excellence serving on the committee. The forum in Cancer Education
will be held Oct. 6 to 8 in New Or- and Leadership releans, Louisiana. cent conference in
Since 2002, United Way Financial Philadelphia. Thirty
and Talent Management professionals social work leaders
have gathered for a time of learning, from across the
inspiration and professional growth. country were invited
This year's forum will support the to attend the leadersharing of knowledge, experience and Wendy ship course funded expertise as United Way works to- Hall by the National Cangether to implement change. cer Institute (NCI). The educationaliay/nI
Travel Authority program was conducted by distinguished researchers, educators and announces addition leaders in the field of social work. The
Travel Authority of ultimate goal of this national program
the Nature Coast an- is to improve the delivery of psychosonounces that Karen cial care for oncology patients by enBarton, CTC, DS, hancing the clinical and leadership
EP, hasjoined the skills of oncology social workers. Mrs.
travel agency to fur- Hall is a licensed clinical social worker
ther develop its and has certifications in advanced
growing business hospice and palliative care, oncology
Karen around the country. social work and cancer navigation.
Barton Barton comes with a Local facility named
wealth of experience, having been in
the travel industry since 1997. 'Center of Excellence'
Oak Hill receives The Robert Boissoneault Oncology
Institute was recently named a "Center certificate of distinction of Excellence" in accelerated partial
Oak Hill Hospital announced that it breast irradiation (APBI) for its use of was recently informed that it has been the SAVI applicator, an advanced therawarded a certificate of distinction in apy for breast cancer as part of breast the management of heart failure by conservation therapy. The SAVI appliThe Joint Commission. The certifica- cator can provide important advantion is awarded based on a review of tages for women with early-stage the compliance with national stan- breast cancer. dards, clinical guidelines and out- Designation as a Center of Excelcomes related to patient care. This is lence recognizes RBOI's dedication to determined by a personal visit, education, training and experience in The Joint Commission is an inde- APBI. To qualify, RBOI's physicians, Associated Press
pendent, not-for-profit national body medical physicists and clinical staff The Holiday Inn Express in Crystal River won the 2014 Traveler's Choice Award presented by Trithat oversees the safety and quality of were required to complete a compre- padvisor. To be eligible for this award, the hotel must be one of the top 25 hotels in its class healthcare and other services pro- hensive training and education pro- nationwide. Tripadvisor had received 448 customer reviews, and this hotel sustained a 97 oervided certified organizations. gram. cent positive rating. The hotel is at 1203 N.E. Rfth Street, Crystal River, and offers a free hot
breakfast and many amenities. Pictured is Imran Chughtal, guest service manager.

BY RN Once you've done your she was offered a position Sae
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For more information on events, visit
CitrusCountyChamber.com/events/, PARTNER r'p he Chamber and the Event information
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or call 352-795-3149. Citrus County Chamber of Citrus County Economic Tuesday, Aug. 19, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Commerce Development Council (EDC) Withlacoochee Training Institute
July 30 Business Women's Alliance Citrus County Economic 1201 W. Main Street, Inverness
(BWA) General Membership Meeting, Development Council encourage local businesses citruscountychamber.com/events
8:30 a.m., Realtor's Association of Citrus CareerSource Citrus Levy to be resourceful and to County, 714 S. Scarsboro Ave., Lecanto Marion To RSVP, call 352-795-2000.
Citrus County ready their business for the
Aug. 19 Be Resourceful/Be Ready Department of Planning & future of Citrus County.
Inverness Area Business Workshop, Development
5:30 to 7 p.m., Withlacoochee Training Citrus County SCORE This resource development Institute (WTI) 1201 W. Main Street, Citrus County Sheriff's Of- workshop is tailored for Agenda Inverness. fice Emergency small businesses located in 5:30 to 5:45: Networking with
Sept. 6- Business Expo, 9 a.m. to 3 Citrus County Tourist the Inverness area. This light refreshments
p.m., Citrus County Auditorium, 3610 Development Council 5:45 to 6:45: Presentations by
S. Florida Avenue, Inverness. Small Business Development event is free and open to all partner organizations
Center at UNF businesses regardless of 6:45 to 7:15: One-on-one visits
Sept. 27 BWA Women's HEALTH United States Fish &
and FITNESS Expo, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wildlife Service Chamber membership. with presenters
To be held at the Crystal River Mall,
1801 U.S. 19.

Community Seven Rivers
events Highland Place appoints medical
700 Medical Court East, Inverness 352-341-1835 Enlivant.com
July 3 Patriotic Evening, 6 to 10
p.m., at Liberty and Wallace Brooks
Parks 310 N. Apopka Ave., Inverness. staff leadership
City of Inverness kicks of the celebration of Independence Day beginning at even Rivers Regional Medical Center's
6 p.m with a park full of non- profit Smission to serve the community with exvendors, a beer and wine garden, cellence in health care is strengthened by the
along with games and children's activi- support of the medical staff and its leaderties. A patriotic ceremony with honor ship. The hospital is pleased to announce
guard, town dignitaries and more at 7 new medical staff leadership appointments.
p.m. Then we're ready to party at 7:30
p.m. when Velvet Jones takes the main Aparna Chunduri, M.D., has been appointed
stage performing the music we all 1 ilad to serve a two-year term as chief of staff;
know and love, concluding with a huge Ghassan Hasan, M.D., has been appointed to
fireworks display! For more informa- ,Vir Senio Uvfn serve a one-year term as chief of medicine;
tio n c a ll 3 5 2 -7 2 6 -2 6 1 1 .......1 S e i r 1 1 n
tiol, call 32-726-2611. and Adnan Mohammadbhoy, M.D., has been
July 4- Independence Day Fireworks appointed to serve a one-year term as chief
Display in Crystal River at 9 p.m. The of surgery.
Fireworks display may be viewed along
U.S. 19 near Charlie's Restaurant Dr. Chunduri, board-certified in anesthesiheading south on the west side of U.S. ology, has been on staff at Seven Rivers Regional
19 and from King's Bay Park (268 F T: Chamber Ambassadors Sarah Fitts, First International since 2007. She received
N.W. Third St.). Boaters will be able to Title; Lisa Nash, FDS Disposal; Lillian Smith, Mary Kay Cosmetics; Lisa view the display from King's Bay and Sickels, Saint Leo University; Romonda Taylor, Servpro of Citrus County; her medical degree from
the Crystal River waterways. Boaters Dennis Pfeiffer, Orkin Pest Control; Bill Hudson, Land Title of Citrus the University of Health
are restricted to an area of 1,000 feet County, welcome residents and staff of Highland Place to the Chamber. Sciences, Osmania Medfrom the fireworks barge. ical College, Hyderabad,
July 5 Inverness Farmer's Market, 9 Crystal River W ater Sports India. She completed her
a.m.to 1 p.m., Live Entertainment with 238o U.S. 19, Crystal River 352-795-7033 Floridamanateetours.com internship in preliminary
Sam Kistner. Over 40 vendors with edi- surgery at Guthrie/Robert
bles and collectibles. Packer Hospital in Sayre,
July 12 GFWC Crystal River APARNA Pennyvna n ei
CURNDUR Pnnsylvania, and resiWoman's Club "Fashions in Paradise" dency in anesthesia at
presented by the Cotton Club, at 11 Jackson Memorial Hospia.m. Entertainment by Allen O'Neal. tal in Miami.
Citrus Hills Golf & Country Club. Tickets $25 donation. More information Dr. Hasan is board cercall 352-794-0477 or 352-795-6790. tified in family medicine
July 13 Unity of Citrus County pres- and has been on staff
ents, "Discovering your own power and since 2012. He received
authority." By his medical degree from
speaker Terry the Superior Institute of
S McBride, 10:30X
amidt 1:30 .GHASSAN Medical Sciences of Haa.m. and at 12:30
4 p.m. Then, at HASAN vana in Cuba and com- 12:30 to 3:30, Chamber Ambassadors Nancy Wheeler, StoreRight Self pleted a family medicine
....Terry will conduct Storage and Jennifer Duca, Wollinka Wikle Title Insurance, welcome residency at the Univera powerful and in- Mike Engiles and team to the Chamber. sity of Puerto Rico School
entitled "Using Dr. Mohammadbhoy
TER our powerand Opnhos scheduled
MCBRIDE authority." The hr c~i(Dr. Mo), board certified
cost of the work- pe in general surgery, has
shop is $30 More information and f proposed gailn been on staff since 2011.
reservations call 352-746-1270. io a i r ~AN NHe received his
July 16 6:30 p.m., Marine Corps DN Nosteopathic mediLeague check presentation to Injured D uke Energy Florida will Subject-matter experts will MvOH'AMM~vADBH'OY cine degree from
Warriors of Florida. VFW 4252 Hernando, U hold an open house from provide details on the project, Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in 352-637-6206. Open to the public. 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. July 10 in the including the combined-cycle Erie, PA. He completed a rotating internship
July 17 Black Diamond Club with Magnolia Room at the Planta- natural gas technology, sched- and hsgnrlsreyrsdnya
Debbie Rector hosting a Wine Tasting tion on Crystal River at 9301 ule, approval and permitting Philadelphia College of Osteopathic MediExperience, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. to bene- W. Fort Island Trail. process and environmentalcienPhldpiaPA
fit the Early Coalition of the Nature Duke is hosting the open protection aspects, among ienPhldpiaPA
Coast. This organization helps support house to proactively solicit other topics. The event is free The hospital would like to extend its grateducation of the at-risk children in ourtueootgiglarsWlamVHre, community. Black Diamond Club, tick- feedback from residents and and open to the public. Light tueootgiglarsWlamVHre, ets $25. For more information 352- key leaders on its plan to con- refreshments will be served. III, M.D., past chief of staff; Bhadresh Patel,
697-5487 or email struct a 1,640 megawatt com- For more information M.D., past chief of medicine; and Udaya
krosselet@blackdiamnondranch.com, bined-cycle natural gas plant about the project, go to Kumar, M.D., past chief of surgery. Seven
July 19 Inverness Farmer's Market, on 400 acres near the Crystal www.duke-energy.com/Citrus Rivers Regional appreciates the hard work
9 a.mr.to 1 p.m., Dog Days of Sum mer River Energy Complex. NaturalGas. and dedication of these doctors.
event. Let the dogs out for a variety of
K-9 vendors, prizes, photography, splash
zoneto cool off paws and dog treats. Lake Hernando Dragon Boat race Pine Lodge Bed
July 25 and July 26 Mystery Dinner
Theater, Unity of Citrus, 6:30 p.m. andai i g& B e k stw n
show begins at 7 p.m. Dinner will be returns soon start training now &Bekatwn
served during the intermission at ap-Trp d io
proximately 8 p.m. For more information please consider this your personal company hosting the event. and reservations call 352-746-1270. Invitation as a local business to A Dragon Boat Team consists of 11 Triiavisor
Aug. 1 to 3 Inaugural Scallop Festi- participate in a great community and or 21 members, ages 14 and up, men cetf aio
val in Homosassa presented by the family event. The Lake Hernando and women. There is no experience m og a wre h
vest wiftuEk.etreblea stic csodewa waddh
West ifetrues E lks.s the-arfst Dragon Boat Race and Festival will needed. Team registration is $57 J, TripAdvisor Certificate of cook-off, arts and crafts. Scallop and be held on Saturday, Nov. 15 at the for a fun filled day. You will receive Eclec o h atfu seafood dishes prepared by an award- Beautiful Lake Hernando. This day corporate recognition and build Eclec o h atfu
winning chef. Lounge and ballroom will be a fun filled day of racing, teamwork for a good cause, Feed years. Josi and Sergio would like
will be open. Vendors wanted; call music, food and drinks. You will get America and the Citrus County Food to applaud all the five-star
727-504-4488. Elks Lodge 7890, guests for taking their time and
West Grover Cleveland Boulevard, Ho- exercise and build unsurpassed ca- Bank. For questions or additional in- gg mosassa. For more information, call maraderie among your group. Just formation, visit lakehernandodragon Thrig dvirepreneo
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Antique Dresser 30 inch Sandard, $3.50 each Glass Top $10 each 352-527-8622 $45. $95. 352-746-5421 Cat 6" kitten 4"
Swim to Success stained mahogany White, Top Freezer, 352-447-5560 $25. 352-746-5421 Queen Size Bed (352) 527-1253 Dual Commercial $30 352-270-35237
#1 Pool Franchise $200 4% Years Old. $170 ENTERTAINMENT Complete Convection Ovens SPEAKERS
in Florida call Pat (352) 795-7947 352-860-2701 C I CENTER Frame, Headboard Crystal River need re-wiring 2 Speakers 70 Wat
1-813-230-7177 or U _____o_54 length/48 depth. Boxspring & Mafress Sat & Sun 8a to 2p $500. obo $35. 352-746-5421
ptsufka@msn.com REFRIDGERATOR 27 or 50in. TV space. $150. 5817 W Pine Circle 352-513-4826
Whirlpool, white, top DELL LAPTOP STAND $100. 352-344-5311 (352) 249-1250 TIRES
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Barbies, Holidays & SMITTYS APPLIANCE $25 352-382-3650 $40 352-613-0529 $135. SALE, 2ND TIME Folding Pet Crate (352) 857-9232
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edition comics, never & Dryers. FREE PICK chairs, Cafe Style SETS FOR SALE INVERNESS FOLDING TABLE $100 for the paird!
oth make offer on UP! 352-564-8179 JOHN DEERE755 $175. obo Starting at $50. Fri, Sat & Sun 9a-2p 5 ft Long, Brown Wood (352) 857-9232
Wahe &3Dry 8r0Diese Trac toR24h5 (352) 226-3883 King, Queen, Full, Twin Furninture & More! $30 352-613-0529
Washer & Dryer Diesel Tractor, 294 hrs, Very good condition 1300 N. Toro DriveTIRES
BASEBALL CARDS Maytag, White 5ft Finish Belly mower, 352-621-4500 4-616 W/W $1
OvE 1100 S Upper Deck 5 ft Back mower, V THIS OUT! 52-621-500 or all 4 for $50.
Over 1100 Upper Deck $375. 4f uhhg IHEDFRIUE(5)3114
93 series baseball cards Good Condition 4 ft bush hog, SupENpFlieSOsfr1lor allX4 W/W $20.
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3100 Sq. Ft. Brunswick Panatrope WASHER OR DRYER Excellent condition! AROUND RESALES Craftsman Lawn DESIGNER MENS Treadmill Proform
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wth liquor license. Victrola 1920's w/ ke New, Excel King Size Pillow top Deck Good cond. $400 New with tags size 34 MERCHANDISE Metal Detector,
Possible lease to records 78 rpm Working Cond, 60 day mattress, boxspring Craftsman 22" Self $10 Call 212-2961 SPECIALSII Excalibur, by Mine Lab
Qualified 9a. (t35 2 2 Guar Free Del/Set up. & Frame $100 Propelled Mower w/ WEDDING GOWN used 3 times $900
(3l2f1 $95. (35DN 344- 583 Teak/Leather Chair, Bag, Nearly new $125. SE 10 WN ce 352) 794-0296
21 -4382 (352)263-7DINING TABLE CIR 3' Scan Design, $175. Can Deliver the dr ne (352) 228-0223
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#1 Pool Franchise negotiable Electric. Model # Up o hems $250 OBD (352)
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1-813-230-7177 or Table model T.V.'s 48" Round Oak Large Blonde Wood $30 352-464-0955 3Wheel Go Go *e*d*i
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Adjusta BL CK Riding Mower New batteries, $11.50
$60 24 8 rAdjustable arm, clear dle back chairs $135. 78 in. tall. $100 OB3 4.5 Sabre, 38" Mulch excel. condo
$60. (352) 344-5283 bright halogen bulb, like Large Boyh Chest (352) 560-7127 Kit attached, $350 obo $201-$400.. Elec. Wheelchair
new, can e-mail picture. ro 1 owner $900. $16.5 Pride Jet 3, Ultra $350.
$25 (352) 382-3650 of Drawers, w/mirror LAZY BOY (352) 382-4511 (352) 462-7024
and matching Dk, Blue Rocker 20 4T Y T A Y $401-$800.. WALKER 249 445
ALL STEEL s ~ a ~ FAX MACHINE smaller chest $125. Recliner, king size, Lawn Sweeper 2014 TOYOTA CAMRY (352) 249-4475
BUILDINGS Lexmark fax, phone, 352-586-9498 HD, gently used, $200. Like New FLOOR MATS OEM $21.50 WHEELCHAIR/
copierngood shape. Antique Solid Cherry obo (352) 726-1040 $150. factory, tan, brand new, $801-$1500.. SCOOTER RAMP 4"
.52476-8744 Dining Room Furniture Leather couch w/2 (352) 794-0296 retail $229, sell for $100 $26.50 Threshhold height.
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$ w/leaf & 8 chairs, Round Kitchen table MTD, 38" New Deck 1800'S CHILDS TOY 352-563-5966 $50. (352) 6282844
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88L x 73W x gal. Ashley Tan Queen (352) 560-7127 $250. PLATE 3.5"x2"x2"
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After lam INGLIS w/ Band Saw & extra $75. (352) 795-0037 entertainment 4 Shovels $15 ea. or for Travel. $99.99 (352) 513-5482 First Act
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25 x30 x9 (3:12 pitch) many blades, sand Queen Size Pillow Top top coffee table, scoop shovels& 1 drain Annimal Steel Cage
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1 Entry door, 2 G-vents (352) 484-4772 end tables, w/lamps Mower, I year warr. (352) 621-0778 Khor Higt 1.6
4" Concrete Slab. AC Units w/returns (2) WALLACE JOINTER (ofr Tet $65. 352r19Eay64
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-9 x 7 Garage Doors 352-586-9498 Goodie! $125 Obu Wood 2 level coffee ottoman, outdoor tble 4" X 2 X 2.5 Motorcycle Helmet ROCK CAMP ROCK1 Entry Door, 2 G-vents 352-586-9498 God$352-564-4598 table $50. w/ 6 chairs 2 of them 25 OBO 352-270-3527 Entire head, DOT ERS OF ALL AGES
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4" Concrete Slab Freezer Upright WITH 5.5" SCREEN COUCH $50.00 From tanks to skimmers 3--5 7509PHN
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We are the factory (352) 382-0844 $55 (352) 613-5818 silver metal frame B0 hose8Dunnellon
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866-624-9160 Black & Pewter indoor or outdoor $300 352-746-9618 Saturday & Sunday Camel Back Ethan horsepower, runs great. 203-509-7638
Lic # CBC1256991 Kenmore Refrigerator $35 352-212-2961 $35 ODD 352-270-3527 Power Lift Chair 6/28 and 6/29 Allen Sofa, floral $50. 3526210142 DEHYDRATOR
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Building Contractor ext. water/ice dispenser YAMAHA SPEAKERS & matching $300. Beautiful Furniture $200. boGold Gym 3 Sets Indoor & Outdoor Gardenmaster New in
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both. 203-509-7638 Urban Suburban 352-220-4792-Cell also biggest U-Pull-It CITRUS SPRINGS, FL
_________352-637-07Har7Sudi with thousands of vehi352-637-0777 ** BUY, SELL** cles toin lot pehi On March 5,2014, an order was issued by the Citrus County Certified Building Official
& TRADE CLEAN ces offering lowest price to demolish the structure(s) on the property located at: 8595 N. Golfview Dr.; Citrus
"From Cutting Edge USED BOATS for parts 352-637-2100 CADILLAC Springs, FL. If the property owner(s) fail to comply with this order, the Code Compli"E"CRLBRto Care Free" E THREE RIVERS WE BUY ANY VEHICLE 1 985 FLEETWOOD RWID ance Division will issue a work order to abate the nuisance condition..
4ft MARINE In Any Condition, Loaded, Classic A-1
4ft long w/ two Make-overs, US 19 Crystal River Title, No Title, Bank Condition, $3999 Any person(s) having a legal interest in this property may contact the Code Compli251b plates & two Color, Foiling, **352-563-5510* Lien, No Problem, FIRM (352) 527-9625 ance Office within 30 days of this publication. Board of County Commissioners, Dept.
1lb weights. Exc Cond Precision Cuts, Planning and Development, Code Compliance Division, 3600 W. Sovereign Path,
$75 352-249-7212 Avant Garde Don't Trade it in. we FORD Lecanto, FL. 352-527-5350. If you are hearing or speech impaired, use the TDD tele$7535224-722 van Grde....=l~~m '' Will Pay up to $25K 1977 F- 100, Short Bed, phone (352) 341-6580.
Proform Treadmill hairstyles and I Q K Any Make, Any Model V-8, Automatic,Very
Excellent condition updo's. 813-335-3794, Call AJ Good Condition. Published in the CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE: June 29, 2014
No Incline QUEENIE DOCK FOR RENT. 8o3-458-0584
$100. Pau Mtche Queenie, 4-y.o. Brin- Deep water dock space 8134580584 (352) 564-4598
(352) 613-5023 Certified. de terrer mix very frrn nCytlRvrrn
Sweet, loving, canal. 352-302-2471 YOU PRICE IT! FORD 312-0629 SUCRN
Recumbent Bike friendly, housebrkn, WE SELL IT! 1986 Mustang GT Order to Demolish
like new, only used good w/other dogs. MONTEREY 19.5' ProtectYourode convertible, like new, PUBLIC NOTICE
twice, 8 spd, Pd.$599. god995h dg MONTREY 19 B/R PrtctYuIetty less than 16k mi. Sil k
ic .$5. Weight 60 bs. Takes 1995 Montura 196 B/R, BUY SELL TRADE obo(352) 270-8346 or NOTICE OF ACTION: ORDER TO DEMOLISH HOME AND SHED
treatse60l s 43 Volvo I/O, alum trlr, & AUTO RENTALS (352)727-481-8490
(352) 419-4019 your hand loves VHF/FM, great cond, CONSIGNMENT USA (352)72M9155800
WORK OUT BENCH belly rubs. Lkes to $5700. 352 212-1754 US 19 CR 461-4518
by BODY GEAR play with a ball, & SAILBOAT Description of property: AK: 1121051 and legally described as SPEARS & TRIMBLE UNAdjustable in Excellent loves to be with her 1974 Sailboat 26' Luger REC SUB AKA HIGHLAND PINES UNREC SUB LOT 10 DESC AS: FROM THE SW CORNER
Condition. 2 Australian Cattle human friend, on trailer. Enclosed OF NW 1/4 OF NE 1/4 OF SEC 15-19-17 TH N 89DEG 17M 50S E A DIS OF 330.06 FT TO
$40 352-249-7212 Dogs Call Christina @ cabin. Double berth. THE POB TH N ODEG 26M 50S W A DIS OF 91.47 FT TH N 89DEG 33M 1OS E A DIS OF
male, 2.5 yrs old has 352-464-3908. Outboard motor mount. 100.08 FT TH S ODEG 26M 50S E A DIS OF 91.02 FT TH S 89DEG 17M 50S W A DIS OF
pad full blood- no RABBIT
gotn ppers, female 1.5 yrs. $1500ar mor o t. BUICK 111111 08 FT TO THE POB DESC IN OR BK1354 PG 1279
papers. Asking $400. White, Rex male with 352-795-4843 2001, Century Tell that special BRANDON ENGLEKING
papers. Asing $400. White, Rexmale withCustom, $4,995 83 OGELWS
Concealed Weapons both (352) 220-0237 spots. About 2 years SEADOO 352-341-0018 person 8431 w LONGFELLOW ST
Permit Course old. Cage, etc. included. 2005 Sportster 55y Birthday HOMOSASSA, FL
DAN' GUNROO FRE to oodhome $500 52) 564-18815 HPR with g lssfe
DAN'S GUN ROOM FREE to good home. $5500 (352) 564-1818 0 FOR ,D ad c e On April 29, 2014, an order was issued by the Citrus County Certified Building Official
(352) 726-5238 352-476-8744 T 07 Focus SES, 5 door, ad under Happy to demolish the structures) on the property located at: 8431 W. Longfellow St.;
GAS TANK TROPHY hatchback, leather, Notes. Homosassa, FL. If the property owner(s) fail to comply with this order, the Code Com6 Gallon For 2003 27'walk around sunroof, 33 mpg, 6cd Only $28.50 pliance Division will issue a work order to abate the nuisance condition..
Outboard Motor $30. w/ Mercury motor 250, loaded $7,800 obo includes a photo
352-382-3298 fish finder & navigation (352) 212-7465 Any person(s) having a legal interest in this property may contact the Code Complisyst, w/06 alum. trailer Call our Classified ance Office within 30 days of this publication. Board of County Commissioners, Dept.
/ em' ">" TIU $11k 352-777-6379 JAGUAR Dept for details of Planning and Development, Code Compliance Division, 3600 W. Sovereign Path,
', .;,,L ,; ,. y 2002, 5 Type 352-563-5966 Lecanto, FL. 352-527-5350. If you are hearing or speech impaired, use the TDD teleGOLF CLUBS WITH WE HAVE BOATS Leather, $3,995. I I II phone (352) 341-6580.
BAGS AND BALLS GULF TO LK MARINE 352-341-0018 11111111
AND SPORTS RACK 3 We Pay CASH For PONTIAC Published in the CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE: June 29, 2014
sets of golf clubs with Used Clean Boats - - - 1986 Fiero, 6-cyl,
bags and balls. Good BELLA ROSE REBBY Pontoon, Deck & Larry's Auto Sales standard, low miles,
for beginners. $25 to Bella Rose, young Rebby, 2-y.o. pit bull Fishing Boats 1955 S. Suncoast exc. cond. $5,000 314-0629 SUCRN
$75. By phone at spayed female mix, UTD shots HW -(352)527-0555- Blvd. (352) 564-8333 obo (352) 364-7272 Elig. To Vote
352-527-0783 black/white terrier negative, neutered, boatsupercenter.com 257-3894(afterhours) PUBLIC NOTICE
GPS MAGELLAN mix, beautiful in wt 40 Ibs, likes most I * * Notice is hereby given to the following, at last known address:
hand held for marine color, very sweet & dogs, good w/cats.' Lincol Tw nCr5829 S Live Oak Dr
and hunting use gentle gets along Walks well on leash, '03Floral City, Fl.
$30. 352-382-3298 w/other dogs, no good in car, loves Presidental Series, DODGE You are hereby notified that your eligibility to vote is in question. You are required to
cats. Very good the wae heahy, BOUNDER Mint Conditiion 1995 Dakota, contact the Supervisor of Elections in Inverness, Florida, no later than thirty (30) days
LIFE VEST with people, obe- friendly & happy. 199636' Motor home. 99Kmi. $8250 A-1 shape. $3500 Firm after the date of this publishing. Failure to respond will result in a determination of inInflatable Offshore dient& compliant, Best with older chil- For Sale or trade for (352) 489-9136 eligibility by the Supervisor and your name will be removed from the statewide voter
INe Off0.00sore wals '02 NissanSentra Fregistration system. If further assistance is needed, contact the Supervisor of Elections
walks well-on2leash dren, quick learner. an older car or truck. 4Cl uo
$035-8-28 HW negative Cal Sue @ (352) 263-4339 4 yAtpower FODat the below listed address or call 352-341-6747.
Yamaha about 55 lbs. 352-270-9008 windows & locks, 2000, F150 EX, Susan Gill
2000 Golf Cart Call Joanne @ or 412-445-2107. ITASCA 63K mi., $5450 Cab V6 Citrus County Supervisor of Elections
New battery Red with 352-795-1288 or 06, 38' Sunrise,3 slides $5,995. 120 N. Apopka Ave.
roof and windshield Dreama @ marble floors, w/d, 1999 Toyota Tacoma 352-341-0018 Inverness, FL 34450
Fold down vinyl 8132447324 in-motion satellite Prerunner Published one (1) time in the Citrus County Chronicle: June 29, 2014
enclosure $2,700. Call clean, no-smoke or 4 cyl Auto $5950 Spor t,, till
today. 352-621-3678 pets, new cover
$78k 352-613-8453 1983 Jeep CJ7 315-0629 SUCRN
Hardtop 4.2 6 cyl CHEVY PUBLIC NOTICE
SUMMERLAND 5 speed $2950 '09, Traverse LT, 42k
S 2012 Travel Trailer, Like mil, leather seats, REQUE FRS PALOPEPLTFOR
4 x 7 Utility Trailer New, Slide-out Queen LINCOLN navagation, rear REQUEST FOR BIDS SCALLOP PLATFORM
Good Condition bed/bunks. Outside '01, LS, 1 owner, gar- camera, sunrf. heavy CareerSource Citrus Levy Marion is seeking to dispose of a Scallop Platform.
$300. (352) 445-9448 shower, awning. age kept, 142k hwy mi duty tow pkg., new ti20 ft. Equipment Trailer REDNECK $1 6K (724) 813-8624 Must See! $3,500 res, custom chrome, Interested parties may request a complete copy of the Request for Bids (RFB) Docuouble Axe, w/Fold Redneck, Stafford- TIFFIN CASH (352) 345-6499 running board, ment from:
down ramps $1,500. shire mix, 03 Allegro Bus, 37 FT. LINCOLN $21,000 352-527-0456Hinson
OBO (352) 564-4598 1-y.o.,friendly, Exc. cond. Diesel '93 Towncar Garage CareerSource Citrus Levy Marion
housebrkn, playful, Caterpillar, $75,000 kept, Good bat/tires, 3003 SW College Rd, Suite 205
BRAD eager to please, Call (352) 476-4402 no rust/leaks, 127k mi. Ocala, FL 34474
Brad, beautiful takes treats gently, WE BUY RV'S, $1500 OBO 212-9358 CHRYSLER (352)873-7939, ext 1203
LittleikesToytrainable, quiet 2FAX: 352 873-7956
Litle Tikes Tool v t L TRUCKS, TRAILERS, NISSAN 2012 Town & Country vhinson@careersourceclm.com
Bench with too months old, very & patient. Loves to 5TH WHEELS, 2006, Altama Wheelchair van with 10"
Little Tikes Table & endly, love o be be w/people, knows & MOTOR HOMES 2.5S lowered floor, ramp and Closing on this RFB is August 1, 2014 at 4:00 p.m.
chaleirs ubeai with people. Eager the sit command, Call US 352-201-6945 5,9 tie downs Call Tom for
chairs, Rubbermaid to please, good beautiful unique $5,995.
tubw/other dogs. Doing markings. Could be 352-341-0018 more info 352-325-1306 CareerSource CUM is an EOE Employer/Program. Auxiliary aids and services are avail$50. Take all we thearning ar ien ul be --q able upon request to individuals with disabilities using TrY/TDD equipment via the
(352)well with learning yor best friend. PONTIAC Florida Relay Service at 711.
ommanners, knows all Cindy @ 2002, Grand Prix, Published in the Citrus County Chronicle: June 29, 2014
command to sit, 1 352-560-7455._T l1 takes treats gently, KEYSTONE Coupe GTP
great addition to '04, Ultra Light Trailer $4995 KAWASAKI M M
any family.352-341-18 2006, 1600 Nomad
MEN'S DRESS WATCH Call Christina @ new awnining, solar 36k mi. w/extras 070
Citizen Quartz Watch 352-464-3908.r panels, org. owner I (352) 860-2070
$75 631-353-1731 NADA Book $7,500 Kawasaki Ninja 313-0629 SUCRN
WOMAN'S WATCH Best Offer 382-8973* 2007 250 (motorcycle) 7/9/14 Regular Meeting CCTDC
Swiss Army Watch with Great starter bike. PUBLIC NOTICE
brown leather band. MAC'S MOBILE RV Fantastic fuel econ$25w 631th353and.31 REPAIR & MAINT.
$25 631-3531731 T. omy $2,788. Call NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the CITRUS COUNTY TOURIST DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL
3526 fics. I today. 352-621-3678 will hold a Regular meeting on Wednesday, July 9th at 9:00 a.m. at the Lecanto
TRUCK CAMPER SELL PIAGGIO Government Building, Room 166, Lecanto, FL 34461.
9 LAnE R I YOUR VEHICLE 2007 50 cc skooter just Any person desiring further information regarding this meeting may contact the Ex.* *SEMNOL1999 Lance 1030 truck HE serviced, 14,628 miles. ecuive Offices of the Board of County Commissioners, 110 N. Apopka Avenue, InSeSEMINOLE camper, on Ram 3500 IN THE windshield and battery verness, Florida, 34450- (352)341-6560.
Sem inole, a 1-y.o. diesel dually. Good con-te d ri cu d.$ 0
yellow lab mix, HW dition. Will sell as unit or tender 5 4 61ncluded" 60
yellow labmxWo OBO 352 746 1661 Any person requiring reasonable accommodation at this meeting because of a disCH INA negative, neutered, camper only. $12,000 PolarisiflMagnum ability or physical impairment should contact the County Administrator's Office, 110
I am a Terrier/Pit about 50 lbs, house- or OBO 352-795-4843 I05Polaris Magnum N. Apopka Avenue, Room 102, Inverness, Florida, 34450 (352) 341-6560, at least one
mix. I am extremely broken. UTD on CLASSIFIEDS 2005 (atv) Get to the day before the meeting. If you are hearing or speech impaired, use the TDD telefriendly and I have a shots, microchip- A CLSIID woods today. Fully phone (352) 341-6580.
lot of love to give to ped. Knows certain **I IAserviced Stoae O
the right person that commands. Given a **3 SPECIALS And powerto spare JOHN "J" KENNEY
wants to return love chance, will learn GMC LEER TOPPER 7 days $2650 $3100. Call today. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA
to me as well. I am more. Loves to run & A2 *0352-621-3678
basically an indoor play, a happy dog. SIERRA '07-13 4-DR 14 days $38.50 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC: Any person who decides to appeal any decision of the
dog due to my fair Call Lynn @ Short Bed, White 30 Days $58.50 VESPA Governing Body with respect to any matter considered at this meeting will need a
Il I I I skin but I still love to 352-220-3862. Diamond Pearl otorcycVe) record of the proceedings and for such purpose may need to provide that a verbagooutsideplay $1550(352)746-2084 a our (scooter/motorcycle) fim record of the proceeding is made, which record includes testimony and eviTell that special gooutside,8Call your Single piece unibody dence upon which the appeal is to be based (Section 286.0101, Florida Statute).
person Frisbee and run. I Truck Tool Box, Classified construction. 250 cc.
"Happy Birthday" also love boats and silver medal, Great around town Published in the Citrus County Chronicle: June 29, 2014
with a classified swimming. (I need 63" Long 13" Deep, representative scooter Automatic.
ad under Happy doggie sunscreen excellent cond. for details. With luggage box.
Notes. though). $225. 352-563-5966 I $4,850. Call today.
Only $28.50 I have all my current 603-863-9750 L J 352-621-3678
includes a photo shots, licensed,
inclues a hoto spayed and house
Call our Classified broke. If I sound like M36-0629 SUCRN
Dept for details the friendly loving B 1C-EQS F S ALS
dog ou re lokig AminitraionBOCC REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
352-563-5966 dog you are looking SHIH TZU PUPPIES PUBLIC NOTICE
for please call or txt Registered, House REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
Il I I I Karen She can send Broken, Small size, 310-0629 SUCRN RFP # 023-14
more pics or let you Has Shots, Adorable, Trickel, Sarah J. 14-CP-314 NTC BRAND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
see me. Thanks, Very Reasonable PUBLIC NOTICE
Wate China. phone or txt 352-726-9189 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA Citrus County is seeking a partner to develop and execute a comprehensive brand352-422-7737 PROBATE DIVISION ing strategy and marketing campaign that takes into account our broad range of
24' Louiville e-mail SHIH-TZU PUPPIES File No. 14-CP-314 assets, the experience of our leaders and the input of our citizens. Our mission is to
Aluminum EXT. karenorr@live.com Small Breed, AKC, IN RE: ESTATE OF SARAH JANE TRICKEL create growth for Citrus County by promoting, developing and expanding our visitor
L adder, in good cond. health cert. up to date Deceased. industry.
(352) 795-8800 ____________ w/ shots. White/Brown NOTICE TO CREDITORS
WANTTO UY HUSEMom& Da failyCitrus County recognizes the importance of presenting a unique and welcoming orN MO BE Any Areanpet 35-53-43 ofil The administration of the estate of SARAH JANE TRICKEL, deceased, whose date destinaton image to the world, but it lacks a single consistent message across all
Condition or Situation Court for Citrus County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 110 North way that sets it apart from its competition and establishes its position in the marketFred, 352-726-9369 Apopka Avenue, Inverness, FL 34450. The names and addresses of the personal rep- place for leisure visitors, conventon planners, and those who influence the decisions
WANTED: resentative and the personal representative's attorney are set forth below, of sports organizations. The destinaton brand must be created through a rigorous
Older John Deere All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands process in which the "final" deliverable is a starting point for growing and sustaining
Garden Tractor Does against decedent's estate, on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served the brand. This process must provide a road map for how Citrus County, its partners,
not need mower must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF and the entire community will live the brand after the chosen firm leaves town.
deck or motor. Needs THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
whes&trs odCOPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. SEALED Proposals are to be submitted on or before July 24, 2014 @ 2:00 PM to Theresa
whel &tieshodAlI other creditors of the decedentand other persons having daimsaordemands Graham, Office of Management & Budget, 3600 West Sovereign Path, Suite 266,
fender & steering against decedent's estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AF- Lecanto, Florida 34461.
wheel. To be used as TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
lawn decoration. JASPER ALLCLAIMSNOTFILEDWIHINTHE11ME PERIODSSETFORIH IN SEC11ON 733.702OF A Public Opening of the Proposals is scheduled for July 24, 2014 @ 2:15 PM at 3600
Will pick up, Citrus Hound/Retriever THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. West Sovereign Path, Room 280, Lecanto, Florida 34461. The only information conCounty. Leave mix, beige in color, TAB NO1WIIHSTANDINGTHE1ME PERIODSTFORTHABOVE,ANYCLAIMFILED1WO(0 veyed at the public opening will be the names of the companies who submitted
message. 746-6624 1 /2 yo. HW nega- Tab, beautiful young YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. Proposals.
tive, appears house- Terrier/Hound mix, The date of first publication of this notice is: June 22, 2014.
1 Personal Representative: Anyone requiring reasonable accommodations to the public opening because of a
i~j t~l brkn, good with fawn coat, choco- SARAH JANE GOING A/K/A SARAH TRICKEL GOING disability or physical impairment should contact the Office of Management &
other dogs, loves late eyes. Shy at first, 4645 86th Avenue, Pinellas Park, FL 33782 Budget at (352) 527-5457 at least two days before the meetings. If you are hearing
RCODAATR people & attention. warms up quickly, Aftorney for Personal Representative: or speech impaired, use the TDD telephone (352) 527-5312.
RV COD ADPTER Not neutered yet, good w/leash train- Derek B. Alvarez, Esquire FBN: 114278, dba@aendersalvarez.com
18 inch NEW 30 amp included in fee of ing, UTD on shots, Anthony F. Diecidue, Esquire FBN: 146528, afd@aendersalvarez.com To obtain a copy of the Request for Proposal Document for this announcement,
F emale to 50 amp Male $60. High energy, HW neg. Sweet, af- GENDERS ALVAREZ DIECIDUE, P.A. please visit the Citrus County Website at www.bocc.citrus.fl.us and select
w/ Power Lt. learns quickly, fectionate, best 2307 West Cleveland Street, Tampa, Florida 33609 "Departments-drop down," "Management & Budget," "Purchasing," and on the left
$109352-382-3650 beautiful dog will w/female dogs, chil- Phone: (813)254-4744 Fax: (813)254-5222 hand side of the Page select "Solicitations-Demand Star." Or, call the Office of Man-win your heart. dren 9 y.o. & up. Published in Citrus County Chronicle: June 22 & 29, 2014 agement & Budget/Purchasing at (352) 527-5457.
; Call Joanne @ Fee $30.
352-95-188 Cll Lci @CITRUS COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS or Dreama @ 352-212-8936 318-0706 SUCRN J.J. KENNEY, CHAIRMAN
813-244-7324. or email @ Bourdo, Beverly E. 2014-CP-000266 Notice to Creditors
Laci.hendershot PUBLIC NOTICE Published in the Citrus County Chronicle: June 29, 2014
@aoco.IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CITRUS ______________________________________________ @ao~o.COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE CASE NO. 2014-CP-000266
317-0629 SUCRN
Deceased. PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
; w r'ITB # 026-14 The administration of the estate of Beverly E. Bourdo, deceased, whose date of Janitorial Supplies
S death was March 23, 2014, is pending in the Circuit Court for Citrus County, Florida,
Probate Division, File Number 201 4-CP-000266; the address of which is 110 North Citrus County, invites interested parties to submit a Bid to provide janitorial supplies representaive and the personal representative's attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands SEALED Bids are to besubmitted on orbefore July 2,2014 @2:O00PM toLinda Morse, Natalie Hill against decedent's estate, on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served Citrus County Board of County Commissioners, 3600 West Sovereign Path, Suite 266,
Urban Suburban Trwo SOCKS must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF Lecanto, FL 34461.
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OFA
Hair Studio Two Socks, 4-y.o. COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. A Public Opening of the Bids is scheduled for July 25, 2014 @ 2:15 PM at 3600 West
352-637-0777 spayed Bulldog mix, All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands Sovereign Path, Room 280, Lecanto, Florida 34461.
PARSON beige/white in against decedent's estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AF"From Cuffing Edge Parson, beautiful color, HW-negative, TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. Anyone requiring reasonable accommodatons to the Public Opening because of a
to Care Free" 2-4 y.o. white bull- appears housebrkn. ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 disability or physical impairment should contact the Office of Management &
dog mix, housebro- Good w/other dogs, OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Budget at (352) 527-5457 at least two days before the meeings. If you are hearing or
REDKEN TRAINED ken, good w/other exuberantly playful, NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) speech impaired, use the Florida Relay Service 711.
Upgrade your look dogs, playful, likes to very energetic. Best YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
wI/30 Foils & Cut $75 chase and return a in an adult-only The date of first publication of this Notice is June 29, 2014. To obtain a copy of the Request for Proposal Document for this announcemen,
Color & Cut $60 ball, loves the kiddy home with a strong Personal Representative: please visit the Citrus County Website at www.bocc.citrus.fl.us and select
(With Natalie) pool on hot days, leader & older chil- /s/ Jeanne M. Buckau "IDS/PURCHASING" on the left hand side of the Home Page. Or, call the Office of
easy-going, fun & dren. Adoption fee 8145 West Belmont Court, Homosassa, FL 34448 Management & Budget/Purchasing at (352) 527-5457.
Comein nd ceck affectionate. $30.00 qualifies her Aftorney for Personal Representative:
out ur eferal Coms fr trats fo fre oedince /s/ Montyce VanNess, Esq., Florida Bar No. 88868
otorRfra Coefotras fofreoeine VanNess & VanNess, P.A. CITRUS COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Proaram loves attention. training at shelter. 1205 North Meeting Tree Blvd., Crystal River, FL 34429 J.J. Kenney, Chairman
We Disount Hair Call Christina @ Call Christina at 352-795-1444, tmv@vannesspa.com
Products 10%Y 3S2-464-3908. 3S2-464-3908. Published in the Citrus County Chronicle: June 29 & July 6, 2014 Published in the Citrus County Chronicle: June 29, 2014




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1. Excludes leases. Not compatible some other offers. Take delivery by 6/2/14. See dealer for details. 2. Payments are for a 2014 Cruze LT with an MSRP of $21,130.35 monthly payments total $7,878. Optionto purchase at lease end for an amount to be determined at lease signing.
GM Financial must approve lease. Mileage charge of $.25/mile over 36,000 miles. Lessee pays for excess wear. Payments may be higher in some states. Take delivery by 6/2/14. See dealer for details. 3. Exudes leases. Not compatible some other offers. Take delivery by 6/2/14.
See dealer for details. 4. Payments are for a 2014 Malibu LT with an MSRP of $24,435.35 monthly payments total $8,710. Option to purchase at lease end for an amount to be determined at lease signing. U.S. Bank must approve lease. Mileage charge of $.25/mile over 36,000 miles. Lessee pays for excess wear. Payments may be higher in some states. Take delivery by 6/2/14. See dealer for details. 5. Payments are for a 2014 Equinox LS FWD with an MSRP of $25,315.36 monthly payments total $7,151.40. Option to purchase at lease end for an amount to be determinedat lease signing. GM Financial must approve lease. Mileage charge of $.25/mile over 36,000 miles. Lessee pays for and excess wear. Payments may be higher in some states. Take delivery by 6/2/14. See dealer for details. 6. Payments are for a 2014 Traverse LS FWD with an MSRP of $31,670.36 monthly payments total $9,312. option to purchase at lease end for an amount to be determined at lease signing. GM Financial must approve lease. Mileage charge of $.25/mile over 36,000 miles. Lessee pays forexcess wear. Payments may be higher in some states. Take delivery by 6/2/14. See dealer for details.A prices and/or payments plus tax, tag, title & state fees. Dealer installed ophons and accessories additional cost. All prices include $2,500 cash or trade equity t See dealer for details. 1. All leases are 36 months, 12K miles/year with $2,500 cash or trade equity, USSA Rebate, CCR, Owner Loyalty. 2. Not available with finance or lease offers. Pre-owned vehicles with $2,500 cash or trade equity. On approved credit Offer expires on date of publication. Vehicles may not be exactly as shown.




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County offers to offer
homebuyer's class
A first-time homebuyer's class is
P being offered 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
I Saturday, July 26, at the Citrus County
Experts say F.a..ha..highest.rate.of.Resource Center, at 2804 W. Marc
Fla.hadhighestrateof XKnighton Court, Lecanto.
short sales in May Participants who attend the session
ORLANDO Once again will receive a Certificate of Completion
Florida led the nation in short sales that is required for Neighborhood Stad of homes in May. bilization Program and other first time
The research firm RealtyTrac homebuyer assistance programs.
Associated Press said Tuesday that more than 11 per- Call Jen Pollard at 352-527-7522 or
cent of all home sales in Florida Pat Wilkerson at 352-527-7526, or
WASHINGTON Sales of new were short sales in May. email Jennifer.Pollard@bocc.citrus.
U.S. homes rose in May to the high- A short sale takes place when an fl.us to register.
est level in six years, providing the owner sells a home for less than the The class encompasses the entire
strongest signal yet that housing is amount the owner owes on the homebuying process including preparrecovering from a recent property. ing your credit and finances, shopping
slowdown. RealtyTrac also said that Florida for a home, home inspection, fair
New home sales jumped 18.6 per- had the nation's second-highest housing, available loan products, loan
cent last month following a 3.7 per- Aoa Pres s a valand losng.
cent increase in April, the rate of distressed sales, with almost Associated Press pre-approval and closing.
Commerce Department reported a quarter of sales either short sales, A house is under construction in Tisbury, Mass. From staff reports
Tuesday The gains followed de- foreclosure auctions or bank-owned
lines in February and March that sales. Only Nevada had a higher E. I OTU
were blamed in part on harsh win- rate of distressed sales. ter weather But the rate of distressed sales in
The big May increase pushed the Florida is declining from a year ago,
seasonally adjusted annual sales when it was almost 27 percent. _,._________aeo 40,t hgsevFmirpsPtn22o__, Whtbuyfor_3/2
rate to 504,000, the highest level -From wire reports Pristine 2/2 home What a buy for a 3/2
since May 2008. with possible third home onthewater in
"This is the strongest level since sales of new homes are still running bedroom on half eisfeatures3 floors,
the end of the recession and is an at just about half the pace of a Acres. This one woodwork throughout,
encouraging sign that housing activ- healthy real estate market. won't last a boat dock &more.
ity improved in the second quarter," But there have been some en- John Maisel Only$210,000
Cooper Howes, an economist at Bar- couraging signs of a spring rebound 352-302-5351 54PamelaShet
clays Research, said in an analyst in housing.
note. The National Association of RealHome sales peaked last year at an tors reported Monday that sales of 2/2/1 3/2
annual rate of 459,000 in June, but previously owned homes jumped 4.9 New paint, and on deep
then lost altitude. The decline re- percent in May, the biggest one- all appliances water canal
included, with boat dock
flected an increase in mortgage month gain in nearly three years. 711274 and seawall.
rates that occurred after the Federal That increase pushed the sales rate $64,900 711384
tRandy $219,900
Reserve began discussing pulling to 4.89 million homes, the strongest Morehouse BeckyParadiso
back on its monthly bond purchases showing since last October 3520287-2934 352-634-4581
that were keeping long-term interest While economists were encourrates low aged by the second straight monthly E S
The inventory of unsold new gain in existing home sales, they .
homes was unchanged at 189,000 noted that the sales rate is still A
homes at the end of May, the same as below the recent peak of 5.38 million
April. That inventory level would be sales hit last July. depleted in 4.5 months at the May Higher mortgage rates and the 3/2 Pool homeWTH A NEW 3/2 Homeonalmost anACREwitha Fxivacy 3/2 Pool homethat features a Great 3/2 home in excellent location
sales pace, an extremely low level bad weather weighed on sales of ROOF! No brainer! fence, newcarpetandpaint!Waitingfortheper- beautiful kitchen! Unbelievable price with fireplace, laminate flooring& 707391 $59,900 fectowner,andpriced dghtat$64,900!709559 at only $50,000! 710946 more. 708705 ONLY $64,900 that underscored the fact that the both existing and new homes in late Sherri Orendorif352-573-9968 YolandaCanchola352-219-2196 RandyMorehouse 352-287-2934 SteveMcClory352-422-3998 supply of new homes remains well 2013 and early 2014. But sales seem
below historic averages, to be staging a rebound, helped by ii IL I ki I =i 1 I
Sales were up in all regions of the solid job growth and growing invencountry in May, led by a 54.5 percent tories of homes for sale, a developsurge in sales in the Northeast. New ment that has helped to hold down
home sales rose 34 percent in the price increases.
West and 14.2 percent in the South. Economists say there is significant Perfect home to love with 3/2 Investment opportunity alert! 4/3/2 New carpet, paint Features new carpet, new paint, new The Midwest had the smallest pent-up demand forhomes as many for only $34,500 Adorable 2/1/1 home in Holiday and walk-in pantry. appliances and sits on a pretty piece
in Historic District. 708445 Heights for $44,950! 710050 709634 $219,900! of property for $89,900! 710842 month-over-month sales gain of just potential buyers put off purchases BeckyParadiso352-634-4581 John Maisel 352-302-5351 John Maisel 352-302-5351 YolandaCanchola352-219-2196
1.4 percent over the past few years because of ......
Even with the big overall gain, concerns about the economy 35- "-* 0888 351 352-447-4594




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What's behind different floral scents


Distinctive aromas serve

multitude ofpurposes

LEE REICH good example, but there
Associated Press are worse or better
examples. The arum lily of
Wave after wave of scent South Africa, for example: has filled the air since my From its spathe, a spikegarden awakened in like inflorescence of many
spring. Most prominent small flowers rising up have been the aromas from what looks like an
from daffodil blossoms, upended purple skirt,
plum, flowering currant, wafts the smell of rotting and now dame's rocket, flesh. This aroma is perpinks and roses. fect for attracting the carOf course, it's not for us rion beetles that pollinate that flowers waft those this plant. Heat generated
sometimes delectable aro- inside the inflorescence mas. Evolutionarily speak- heightens the morbid ef- 0001NKM
ing, we don't return the fect and helps pump the
favor with anything more aroma out into the atmos- LEE REICH/Associated Press REAL ESTATE, INC. T
than the carbon dioxide phere. Strong fragrance in addition to beautiful blossoms double CRYS' GU RTR, LE H
that we-and all other an- But on to more pleas- the pleasure of Strawberry Hill rose, from rose breeder omFcE: (352) 795-6633 lo
imals breathe out, and ant aromas for in- David Austin in New Paltz, N.Y. WWW.ALEXRE.COM E-MAIL: SALES@ALEXRE.COM
that plants use for photo- stance, flowers that
synthesis. mimic pheromones, the
Flowers release their scents that female ani- Jackie Davis
aromas to attract pollina- mals give off to signal d American Realty & Investments
tors. As such, floral aromas their readiness to mate. O 117 S. Hwy. 41 Inverness, FL l
might mimic countless Of course, those ersatz ER (352) 634-2371 cell
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REA ESAT jakie&Iidais~om1.5 baths, fiame home ready to move-in CRYSTAL RIVER totally renovated,
pending on just what crea- flowers are directed at For a Visual Tour of my listings and all MLS: bidavis.com 1i5ba h mdwho e rado me- RY ba e totally renovate
L _condition, hardwoodl pine floors, metal 2 bdrm, 1 bath home with carport, fully ture a particular flower is insects, because they are roof, bonus room off main bedroom, den fenced, downtown Crystal River, Ig
off living room, screen porch, 2 Ig out laundry room, currently rented on monthtrying to attract. the ones flowers want buildings to store 3 cars & have to-month basis, makes a nice investment,
to attac the BOT2 workshops. #709295 $80,000 #700696 $43,000
Some of those floral aro- to attract to perform w .,
mas are actually unpleas- pollination. 55+TARAWOOD Community
ant to us. Skunk cabbage 55+ Gated Community
(smelly and inedible) is a See SCENTS/Page E15 1,642 SFLA
3 Bedrooms, 2 baths
Florida room HERNANDO cuite fixer upper in Apache HOMOSASSA 3 bedrm, 2 bath, screen
Shores, 2 bedm, 1 biath w utility shed, porch, carport, move-in ready. Covered Interior laundry screened inbound pool, all new font porch, cathedral ceilings, eat-in
A ll_ MLS 71061 Zelectrical, interior of house gutted, kitchen, rear fenced yard, A/C (2012),
$115,000 MLS 710611 flooring replaced Shed w/washer & paved road. 100% laminated floors. A
dryer #709785 $15,000 must see. #709742 $39,000
WINDERMERE VILLA
2 Bedrooms, 2 baths
End unit
Eat-in kitchen
WELL MAINTAINED-BEVERLY HILLS, FL BANK OWNED-LAKE PANASOFFKEE, FL Extended living room
2BR/1BA home, tree shaded, fenced yard. 3BR/3BA 2-stor home with brick fireplace.Very private rear yard h M OAsA l i
$59,900 M[S#109162 $68,500 M[S#700223 Maintenance free HERNANDO 2 bedroom, I bath, S/V w/2 bedrooms, 1 bath, large front and
$59,900 MLS#709762 68,5 0 MLS#700223 M/H. Rear yard chain link fence w/dog rear screened porches. Newer roofover in
@$169/mos. pen. metal shed w/concrete floor, central 2010, newer appliances approximately
$90,000 MLS 710682 electric A/C, propane central heating, gas 2 years old. Fully fenced backyard with
range/oven. #702262 $24,900 shed. #700919 $22,500 WITHIN LAUREL RIDGE
S2 Bedroom, 2 bath
Eat-in kitchen
BANK OWNED-OCALA, FL BRING YOUR HORSES-INVERNESS, FL Screened lanai
3BR/2BA carport/detached garage. 2.33 acre wooded tract in Deerwood. Fenced. New ext paint INVERNESS neat as a pin, 1985 single
Fenced yard. $80,000 MLS#709626 $25,750 MLS#709930 Interior Laundry wide mobile home with 2 bedrooms, LECANTO nice half acre with well,
2 baths, 2 lots, concrete drive, corner lot septic and impact fees paid. Mobile not S*Lawn/shrub care w/nice shade trees, newer central heat & livable but, take it off and replace with
CALL Roy Bass TODAY (352)726-2471 i. $79,000 MLS 708182 air. Newer refrigerator. #704966 new. Center of county, Lecanto school
After Hours (, 302-6714 Email: rovbass@tampabay.rrcom www.allcitrusrealty.com $35,000 dist. #703990 $15,000




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Plant pest: Skunk vine RealEtate DIGEST
Korols hit new The brokers and staff of
high for 2014 RE/MAX congratulate these
Exoticplants brought Thetwo great agents on their
Ex tcp a ts broug t here wit good The husband and wife continued success.
team of Pete and Marvia cc
intention s canI ena ub caluin gbrornl s Korol have surpassed the $2
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Note A= Mid. Invasive plants counties in Florida. They join a small group Pete Korol Marvia Korol ,YU TO OUR VETERANS!
Note rom ric:REALTY, 5 BEVERLY HILLS BLVD.
are a problem throughout Florida. In addition to its awful smell, of agents who have qualified RE/MAX RE/MAX These are plants which were intro- skunkvine can also be identified by for the Multi Million Dollar Realty. Realty. duced from elsewhere, generally its leaves, which are narrow and club. RE/MAX Realty office located *
outside the United States, often with heart shaped, with sharply pointed Pete and Marvin work in Lecanto. They have been good intenti ons. Many of these plants tips. Its flowers are often pink, light PeeadMavawrk ip-ano hy aebe have adapted well to Florida's cli- purple or gray, all with a red center out of the Central Ridge with the firm for 10 years. mate and, withoutnatural The fruits are brown, &XitrusCounty
pests or diseases to keep typically found with two
them in check, have "in- seeds that are black in O a a 170 Majestic Rid .ge, Belmont Hill Is
the" ain eckyhavein-seedsor tt ar lack i A private gated community by Citrus Hills. 3/2/2 split
vaded"pand in many cases color It is a woody, lan home featuring wood cabiinets in kitchen, new
overrun our natural thornless vine that often carpet, tile and real wood flooring. New paint in and
out. Vinyl enclosed 12 x 30 lanai. Absolutely Turn
ecosystems. uses other vines to make Key. Minutes to shopping and restaurants. Call
Several species are its way high into the todayforyour private showing!
particularly prevalent in canopy
our area. It is my inten- Its invasive nature can
tion to introduce readers be credited to the fact
to these invasive plants that it reproduces not
to make them aware of only via seeds, but also
their existence and edu- Eric Hoyer vegetatively It roots at 7 4 6 -9 0 0 0
cate them on preventing ARBOR its nodes, and will grow Kirk&AmandaJohnson TomBalfour Yvonne Jenkins Free Home Price Analysis
further spread and as- along the ground until it BROKER.REALTOR, GRI REALTOR REALTOR
sisting in their control. CULTURE finds a suitable host
To this end, Ilam using a (sometimes another I 401RC JI1 11. 1lIPN IG
guest writer, Alicia Campanella, vine) to begin its upward climb. who has contributed articles to the Within a matter of time, it shades newsletter Florida Land Steward. out and kills its host tree, as well as Because her articles are informa- plants in the mid-canopy and un- 4349 w. TOMAHAWK 5941 W. CORRAL PL. 6082 N. LAMP POST DR.
tive and well-written, I will be using derstory, similar to the effects of air 4/3/2 707386 1305,995 4/2/3 710528 $292,000 $269,900
them, with her permission, from potato and kudzu. Unfortunately, time to time. Her articles are titled like most successful invaders, "Plants BehavingBadly." skunk vine thrives in a variety of
In the late 1880s, an especially ecosystems, from wet lowlands to 4723 N. BUTTERNUT 299 S SCHOOL 2340W. TALL OAKS DR. 968 & 971 E. BRADFORD, HOLDER
interesting but rather unpleas- dry upland habitats. 3/2/2 710387 $239,900 322 0910 $227,900 3/2/2 709968 $189900 708928 $189,900
ant exotic plant was introduced Skunk vine is currently consid- 0 1* : ~l=LAI ,C 0CTU PIG
to Florida. It goes by the name ered a threat to all habitat types in skunk vine, or Paederia foetida. Florida, including economically Foetida literally translates to "bad important ones such as citrus smelling" in Latin. And all it takes groves. Two federally listed endan- 3487 N. TWAIN 5824 N. IRVNG PARK 518 N. ELKCAM 10261 N. HARBOR
s m l i n i L t n A d al t a e g o e s w f d r a l i s e e d n 4 2 2708846 $ 169 900 3/ / 1 2 2 $ 164, 500 3/2/2 706451 $ 149 000 3/2/2 709560 $ 129 ,900 1 is crushing the leaves, or any part gered plants are also threatened by I// 122$6,0 // 050$2,0
of the vine, to see why this sulfur- skunk vine: The Brooksville bell rich plant is known for being so flower (Campanula robinsiae) and malodorous! Cooley's water willow (Justicia cooSkunk vine is native to eastern leyi). Young pines and other species 554 S. BARCO TER. 6560 N. DELTONA 1791 S. OVERVIEW 490W. LARCHMONT
and southeastern Asia, but was in- vital to the survival of many other 3/2/2 711282 $128,500 3/2/2 710107 $125,900 3/2/2 711257 $109,900 troduced to Florida with the inten- species are also at risk.
tion that it would be a potential fiber Many eradication methods have crop. Like most exotic species intro- been experimented with. They induced for commercial purposes, lude fire, flooding and manual re- 1974w. ALHAMBRA 1253W. SORRENTO 524W. JADEWOOD 200 5. DAVIS
within a matter of years the conse- moval. To date, the most effective 3/22 705787 $108,000 3/2/2 711117 $104,900 2/2/1 709441 $92,500 2/1.5/2 709823 $59,900 quences of the introduction became method is the use of herbicides I LA!kA1mIII11km IIqBIIII 3AIN : 4 1.
clear Skunk vine quickly escaped containing glyphosate (Roundup or
and began invading Florida's wild- equivalent) and triclopyr (Garlon). lands. It was classified by the The latter is only available to
52 S. OSCEOLA 89 S. LEE 9 DANIEL 3545 E. TEPEE LN
Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council as licensed applicators. 2/1/1 709478 $49,900 2/2/1 710906 $48,900 2/1.5 709482 $44,900 2/2 711353 $35,000
a Category 1 exotic/invasive as early
as 1993, and is currently found in 17 See INVADERS/Page E12 3521 N. LECANTO HWY., BEVERLY HILLS, FL 34465




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HOMEFRONT Average 30-year loan
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News notes submitted without photos will not be the same time, a limited supply of homes After the central bank ended a two-day PAGE E9 reprinted if the photo is provided later. is available to buy Sales of new homes policy meeting last week, Fed ChairJanet Real Estate Digest E-mail high-resolution JPEG (.jpg) photos to are running about half the rate of a Yellen sent the message that the economy PAGE ES
newsdesk@chronicleonl income, attn: HomeFront. healthy housing market. still isn't healthy enough to grow at a conHome prices rose in April from a year sistently strong pace without the Fed's For current property trans" Digest photos are kept on file for future use. ago at the slowest pace in 13 months, re- help. Yellen said that despite a steadily actions, use the search fea" The Chronicle reserves the right to edit news notes fleeting the recent drop-off in sales, ac- improving job market and signs of creep- tures on the website for the for space and/or clarity, cording to the latest Standard & ing inflation, the Fed sees no need to Citrus County Property
For details, call the newsroom at 352-563-5660. Poor's/Case-Shiller 20-city home price Appraiser's Office: www.pa.
index released Tuesday See LOANS/Page El0 citrusflus.




Flag dates from World War II; readers solve mystery

DearJohn: I read your article pole of collector interest. Potential every Sunday in our paper dollar value is in the $100 range,
Are there any collectors out perhaps more on a lucky day
there who would be interested in a In the record collecting world, 48-star World War II flag? The size your Edison records are in the is 4 by 6 feet novelty category They were prowith three duced in large quantities and gengrommets. erally sell in lots for $2 to $3 each.
I also have Dear John: I have a small
E d i s o n leather bound bible printed in
Records 1840. It belonged to a girl named
f r o m Jane Weldon and purchased for
Thomas A her on her 14th birthday in July
Edison Inc. I 1843. It was stereotyped by Smith
am sending and Valentine for the American
photos along Bible Society.
with this. If John Sikorski
you can an- SIKORSKI'S See ATlIC/Page E7
swer this, it ATRIC
will be very This 48-star American flag dates
much appre- from World War II. Although there
ciated. -J., Inverness are collectors who specialize in
Dear J.: American flags are a old flags, the 48-star U.S. flag atcategory of collecting. The 48 star tracts little attention.
flag you have is low on the totem Special to the Chronicle




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ATTIC GOT A NEWS TIP?
Continued from Page E6 U The Chronicle welcomes tips from readers about breaking news. Call the newsroom at 352-563-5660, and be prepared to give your name, phone number, and the address of the I d news event. To submit story ideas for feature sections, call 352-563-5660 and ask for Inside it reads "The Holy Cindy Connolly.
Bible containing the Old and
New Testaments translated out
of The Original Tongues and with
the former translations, diligently compared and revised."
Would this book have any mon- OPrudenial OPN'DY
etary value in addition to its spiritual importance? -JA, Internet Florida Showcase.,h .. A W EEK
Dear J.A.: Small Bibles like Properties /ea A1,0 W
the one you have were produced in massive quantities. So
lots of spiritual value, but very little dollar value.
DearJohn: In yourJune 1 artiA A cle, the unusual tool your reader
was asking about was used to
plant potatoes. Holding the han- a m Io~ S Mnalyt 'LS l0Wedn~ 4 ~dI m~
_Zll 1014 W Sun Valley Ct Las 1605 W Redding St :l541 W Ted Williams Ct
dle with the jaws closed, you MLS 711205 S349,000 MLS 711297 $239,000 MLS 704863 $795,000
stepped on it, pushing it into the Detached Villa 3/2/2 + den. Great 4/3/2 with pool. STUN NING 4bd/4ba home.
ground. Pushing the handle for- Maria Fleming 352-422-1976 Jack Fleming 352-422-4086 Paula Fuhst 352-613-7553
ward caused the jaws to open,
and a seed potato was dropped - a
into the opening. The tool was
pulled out, you closed the hole,
took one pace forward and did it LP..
again. As a boy growing up on our Michigan farm in the olden days, $LaC a
I spent many hours planting the L 3077 N Caves Valley Path 330 E Irelan P 0 5278 W Yuma Ln
field of potatoes each spring. -- MLS 702034 S339,000 MLS 707409 $299,900 MLS 709479 $248,900
D.P, Homosassa Spacious, well maintained GC home. Oaks GC views 4/3/2 w/pool. EXQUISITE 3/2/2 w/HUGE lanai.
Dear D.P: As a boy, I also grew Jodie Trace Holder 352-302-2036 Helen Forte 352-220-4764 Joy Holland 352-464-4952
Dea D.:A o, loge
up in Michigan with some limited farming in my experience.
I was sure the tool had a farming connection. I am glad you
wrote and identified the tool.
Dear John: In the 1920s and 4 -7'30s Michigan farmers used this 0 m." tool to plant potato fields and gar- IZ00 4373 N Saddletree Dr 11 NaWay 4531 N Saddle Dr
MLS 710531 $199,000 MLS 702458 $169,000 MLS 707511 $164,900
dens. In the fall, they were dug by Beautiful, clean 3/2/2 a buts horse trails. 3bd/2ba with beautiful pool. TRULY UNIQUE 3/3.5/2 +pool. Needs TLC. hand with pitchforks. I have Teresa Boozer 352-634-0213 Jack Fleming 352-422-4086 Tami Mayer 352-341-2700
spent days in the fields using 1
them both. I am 93 and still tend 'Ile
my flower garden. -JE, Crystal
RiverDear J.E.: I am guessing you
may be one of our few column
readers in the 90s age category 1
am glad you wrote, identified the 3125 N Dewberry Pt 6fr4 651 E Hartford St, 34-2A
tool, and shared your Remember MLS 710470 $75,000 MLS 710311 $69,900 720 E Gilchrist Ct 25-3a
IMMACULATE 2/2 w/FL rm & screened Bright, welcoming 2/2 furnished ground MLS 355589 $63,900 When. Cheers. lanai, level condo. Furnished 2bd/2ba ground floor unit.
Andrea Migliaccio 352-422-3261 Maria Fleming 352-422-1976 Matt Robinson 352-502-3501

John Sikorski has been a pro- PINE RIDGE -r. CITRUS HILLS
fessional in the antiques busi- 1481 W. Pine Ridge Blvd. .20 W. Norvell Bryant Hwy.
ness for 30 years. He hosts a Beverly Hills, FL 34465 Hernando, FL 34442
call-in radio show, Sikorski's (352) 527-1820 (352) 746-0744
Special tothe Chronicle Attic, on WJ F o (90.1 .FM) Sat- 2013BRERAffiliatesLLC. Anindependentlyownedand operated brokermemberof BRERAffiliatesLLC. Prudential, the Prudential Mystery solved: This unusual-looking tool urdays from noon to 1 p.m. 1 r logo and the Rock symbol are registered service marks of Prudential Financial, Inc. and its related entities, registered in many
was used to plant potatoes, according to Send questions to Sikorski's V.W=N jurisdictionsworldwide. Used underlicensewith no otheraffiliationof Prudential. Equal Housing Opportunity.
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detail that illustrates its
ithouh glass and purpose," Cleary says. screens have elimi- A pair of shutters can nated the practical cost anywhere from $100 A ~need for shutters, to more than $1,000. Some ey're still popu- tips on choosing the right lar for decoration. "They ones for your home: add another layer of Size
thoughtful detailing to a
house," says Ted Cleary, a Originally, shutters landscape architect in were used to keep out Charlotte, N.C. weather, noise and aniBut to get the right look mals; when closed, they you still have to consider' had to cover the whole function when choosing window and hanging shutters, So shutter size is the
RTA Studio experts say most important thing to
Panel shutters often have a pattern that complements the front door. In Colonial times, these shutters protected "Beauty in architecture, homes from cold and rain. as with many objects, See S.. Page E10




CiTus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE SUNDAY, JUNE 29, 2014 E9





Showy cannas are a perennial garden favorite

C annas are tall derground rhizome Flowers have three bright, lemon- There are about 25

perennial exotic similar to gingers and yellow petals about 3 inches long, species in the Canna
flowers suitable bananas. It is prevalent with three modified yellow sta- genus, most originally
for most temperate and in wet roadside mens that look like petals with from South America.
sub-tropical gardens in ditches, shallow ponds ruffled edges. At the back are None evolved in Asia.
Florida. There are and marshes. It needs three greenish-yellow sepals. All garden Cannas are
about 25 species in the regular irrigation and Four to six showy flowers top man-made hybrids and
genus, most originally moist, humus-rich soil each flower stem. Cut these stems cloned cultivars with
from warm South in a cultivated garden. back before seeds start to form for much broader petals.
Colors of modern Canna
America. None evolved The "stem" is actu- a tidy look. Dark brown seeds are
in Asia. One wetland Jane Weber ally a bundle of tightly three-parted, held in a rough, hybrids range from solid
species, Canna flac- rolled leaf bases. round capsule about 2 inches in red, white, yellow,
cida, commonly named JANE'S Large, lance-shaped diameter peach, pink ororange to
Yellow Canna, is native GARDEN leaves spiral from the The other wild exotic cannas cream. Some, such as
this one, have
to Florida and ranges stem in an alternate have asymetrical, narrow-petaled spotted, flecked and
north to North Carolina in cold pattern. Leaves are about 6 inches flowers in red, yellow or purple. blotched darker
zones 8 to 10. wide and 24 inches long, dark All garden Cannas are man-made markings on solid
Yellow Canna is a tall perennial green with a lighter midrib. hybrids and cloned cultivars with background colors.
(but deciduous in winter) that A slender flower stem grows up JANE WEBER/

grows from a robust, knotty un- through the furled leaf-base stem. See A NPge Eli Special to the Chronicle



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One point equals 1 percent of the
LOANS loan amount.
LOANSThe average fee for a 30-year
Continued from Page E6 mortgage fell to 0.5 point from 0.6 point a week earlier The fee for a
raise short-term interest rates from 15-year loan was unchanged at 311 W. Main St., Inverness
record lows anytime soon. 0.5 point.3 27 65 6
To calculate average mortgage The average rate on a one-year 352-726-5263sscor
rates, Freddie Mac surveys lenders adjustable-rate loan slipped to L A N D K wBlnmaknvTs~o
across the country between Monday 2.40 percent from 2.41 percent The AVES
and Wednesday each week. The av- average fee remained at 0.4 point. EL
erage doesn't include extra fees, The average rate on a five-year ''62M
known as points, which most bor- adjustable mortgage fell to 2.98 per- LARGEST SELECTION OF FORECLOSURES IN CITRUS COUNTY]
rowers must pay to get the lowest cent from 3.00 percent. The fee derates. dined to 0.3 point from 0.4 point.


louvered ones to allow fresh air into
SHUTTERSthe house.
Panel shutters have a traditional
ContnuedfromPageES 1 GREAT VISIBILITY' 4.5 Acr Cmmercal Property
Cniudfo Pq lok. They are solid pieces that re- GREAT DEAL ON GARNER. 2 bedroom, 2 bath LARGE & LOVELY sittng on S.AC 3/2 home with with 340 ft. on US 41 N, Invenes Include 4000sq
semble small doors, and are often mobile fully furnished, ready to move in. Only asking huge detached man cave Nic loation coetCrystal ft warehouse Many possbites $349,000.
consider, says Lindsay Daniel, a inset with square or rectangle $200 776 40uBd$200#04 3 5Db n 5 338
Charlotte architect who agrees with patterns. U.
Cleary that homeowners must They were regularly used on Colo"think function first, not nial-era homes in New England and WN
decoration.' were a good defense against snow
Make sure the shutters meet and and rain.
completely cover the window open- Board and batten shutters are AWESOME LOCATION! 4/2 home with a big WATERFRONT LIVING coe totwn. 3/2 with .... .
ing. Otherwise, she says, the shut- made with three or four vertical fnced backyard, acrs from Highlands Squar pol 120 x200 property. Motivated seller, bring THERE'S VALUE in this well kept move in ready
te "oks lke a stpi oad o hesaesieconctd Shopping Cnte & within conent no downtown! offers $89,900. Inverness. #709895 2/2 watefront home. Large waterfront deck. Nice
te los lk tpdbad ftesm iecnetd 302S. Park Av $55,900. #710991 Sheila Bensinger 352-476-5403 sie shed. $117,500 Make offer. #719
afterthought." with narrow horizontal boards. They
This means that shutters don't have a rustic appearance and were work on double-width or picture often used on country houses or
windows, says Richard Taylor, an ar- barns. They are the easiest style for chitect and president of RTA Studio do-it-yourselfers to make at home,
in Dublin, Ohio. "To my eye anyway, Cleary says.
it looks ridiculous," he says. Had aeALL THIS HOME NEEDS-IS LOVE 12 aceorr
And take care about their shape H r vaelot, 3/2, 2-car gar~ wih 1329 Urying. Newer roof '08 GORGEOUS INVERNESS WATERFRONT Offered at a Gorgous Price.. 3/2/1 .NEW roof, NEW Faint in
when hanging shutters on arched Shutters look best when they are & A/C '04. Alil app lances. $69,500 5414 Eaton Terr & out, NEW kitchen, NEW aqp~liances, NEW flooring, NEW boat doc 1,597 living and sittng pretty on a cu -de-sac.
windows, Cleary adds. hung as though they are going to be #709685 Call Jean Cassese 352-201-1034 $1 16,900 #711349 Tomi a Spires Hanssen 352-586-6598
"Shutters are perfectly legiti- opened and closed, Cleary says.
mate on arched windows as long as That means using hinges and
the (closed) shutter covers it," mounting them onto the window -Uhe says. casing -not attaching them to the
house.
Materials Ceralorcm ed adig DON'T HESITATE or you may be too latefl Beverly hills
Cleay alo rcommndsaddig 21 built in 1912 with 1112 iving. Two screen porches,
Shutters are primarily made metal tiebacks, sometimes called shed, tile throughout, dining area, living & familya ros, REDUCED 20K(1! Sugarmill STUNNER! 4/2/3 pool home built in 2005 w/2889 living. NEW interior paint, NEW flooing,,
of wood, composite m aterial or shutter dogs, to hold open shutters carport and utility area. Close proximity to shpigad*remse bathroom gourmet kitchen, payers around the pool, built in entertainment unit, appliances, interior laundry, sp it viy, n plc .Th ar w r n lu i g schools. $37,500#111231 Kimberly Fuller 3522125152-- ------ an open caor plan, decorator lights and more. $249,900 #709888 Tomiuka Spires Hanssen 352-586-6598
Vinyl shutters are typically shutter dogs and hinges, can cost upV mounted directly onto the side of the to $100 for a pair of shuttters. house, which means they break the "It looks a lot richer There's more
rule about looking functional, Taylor depth to them when they are not says. pasted to the (house)," he says. SUPER HOUSE, sittng in nature's best.will be sure to
He prefers wood, which looks the Be consistent DON'T DELAY.. CALL TODAY! Crystal River 3/2/2 Pool home built in 1985 with] 480 living Split & oen floor put6 yorwesto] res lorida Highlandr32 bulot. inro
m ost authentic but does require reg- plans, breakfast bar, appliances, lawn sprinklers, front screen porch, large kitchen with eat4n area & tos o cabinet & exterior paint, NEW A/C, NEW carpet, covered patio,
ular maintenance, or composite Don't feel you have to put shutters space, interior laundry room, covered lanai, dining room and .38 acres MOL. Close to schools, medical and shopping. appliances, $145,000 #711318
products, a low-maintenance alter- on every window It's better to have ONLY $95,120 #111354 Kimberly Fuller 352-21 2-5752 oikSprsHne 325659
native, some windows without shutters than
to put them on windows that are too ga
Styles wide for them. T7
Louvered shutters, made with Don't use a shutter on one side of
horizontally slated boards, are prob- a window where a door or the corabl te os cmmn tye n er f hehoseprvetsyo fom JUMPER CREEK CHAIRMERH 2005322with 1243 THIS IS THE ONE FOR FUN IN THE SUN! Crystal Rie 3/2/ Waterfront home built in 1963 with 1,341
America, Cleary says. When shutters adding its mate. lvng. NEW intro & exeirpaint NEW carpet apj ancs nDn thagfolyuhihome feature a NEW roNEW A/C NEW interior & exterior paint, NEW
served as the primary window coy- Do consider painting shutters the eat in chen ng rom, dining rom an moe fli ng, NEW appliances, decorator lights, fireplace, boat dock, sawall shed, lvng room & dining area. ONLY
ering, people in hotter climates used same color as your front door $490#35m 5252 $9 0#01Tmk~ie~nsn32869




Cimus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE SUNDAY, JUNE 29, 2014 E11

from hard freezes. Deep
mulch prevents wind-blown
Alwayvs do JA Eweed seeds from reaching the
Continued from Page E9 soil and excludes light, so JoANN MARTIN
cobenbg it weed runners are deterred -_efe___ ed
much broader petals. Canna from sprouting. It also looks at- R EA L ESTA TE
y o u rcrossbreeding began in the tractive and shades soil to re- 1
mid-1800s. Early hybrids had duce temperature in summer
smooth petals in solid colors. Cannas can be grown in BrokerAssociate 352-270-3255 www.prefim.net
Gypsy T woCh ae receaceofa na.Dnt discov- When breeders introduced large pots and placed at the OPE HO S mulig 1 olI
ered the importance of a nap. Don't be con- genes of C. flaccida, the flow- edges of water features like
earned; being canine, I have perfected ers turned out larger, ruffled ponds and waterfalls. The potmultitasking, so my responsibilities of greet- and crumpled with many strik- ted plants add color and proingcustomers and ofse- ing color variegations. vide cover and protection for
curity will not be Colors of modern Canna hy- visiting wildlife. C. flaccida
compromised. My eyes brids range from solid red, can be planted in a bog or rain
may be closed, but all 299 W Apricot 820 E Dakota Ct
other senses are on full white, yellow, peach, pink, or garden with its roots in the Pine Ridge Hernando FL
oter sense Dar on fulorange to cream. Some plants muck. The rhizome should be Beautiful 2002 Rusaw pool home. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car garage, with
alert.have spotted, flecked and above the waterline to prevent 3 bedrooms plus office/den upgraded HVAC caged in-ground pool on the 12th tee box
blotched darker markings on rotting; therefore, the pot can pane windows, bright kitchen w/skylight. A and air conditioner 2005, wood fireplace,
ne of the best solid background colors. De- be partly submerged on a must see, call today. intercom, security system.
u things about this Priced at $209,900. Offered for $139,900.
siness is that pending on the variety, leaves plant shelf or shallow ledge. direction: Rte. 491 to Pine Ridge Blvd to left on Apple Dir: Rte 486 to Citrus Hills Blvd. to left on Dakota.
businer s so that can be green, bronze, purple, Cannas flower for about six ValleytorghtonApricot. Home is located at the end of the cul-de-sac.
you learn something or striped with lighter variega- weeks in summer. They are
every day sometimes Steve Barnes tions. Dividing the rhizomes readily available from retail
through conversations TIME W ILL while dormant and leafless in nurseries and native plant !9- "Al Ther For Youand interaction with TELL winter makes many smaller growers. KEYN GAIL COOPER
customers or with other plants identical to the parent. REALTY Multimillion Dollar Realtor
dealers, most often from Allow each plant to grow into E M3i2o DolrRelo
research on the Internet. The following are a wide clump for several years Jane Weber is a professional Office: (352) 382-17 6
some of my favorite tools and strategies. before dividing, gardener and consultant. E-mail me: homes4u3@mindspring.com
U After typing in your general search and Cannas flower best in full Semi-retired, she grows
reviewing a few options, click on "images" sun and need humus-rich soil thousands ofnative plants. .
and look for a match. Click on the image and that retains moisture. Blanket Visitors are welcome to her moI
then "visit page," repeat as necessary This the soil over the rhizomes with Dunnellon, Marion County
method is most effective when you don't know a few inches of natural, or- garden. For an appointment,
what your item is called. ganic mulch like pine needles call 352-249-6899 or contact
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NEW carpeting upgraded pad Overlooks #5 fairway Southern Woods
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Pool deck recently refinished NEW interior paint
........... Maple cabinetry Corian countertops Pavered driveway and walkway
*NEW stainless appliances Granite island kitchen SS appliances
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#709594 $199,900 #710199 $228,900
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searchable databases that only re- dress held by the John F Kennedy MLS #711020 $157,900 MLS 706313 $199,900 REDUCED $114,900 MLS 708944 $234,900 quire you to sign up. Library's Hemingway Collection.
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tropical locale to suffer its effects. some stylish options that can help your If you have large picture windows New roof& siding
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on, and by then the flowers have got- physician Avicenna about 1000 3BR2BA2-CarGarage*0pennookoverlookingpool pIthntefowraaego-pyiianvcn..bu ,00in uO
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Davis Adjoining lot is included! INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERA Master Suite with garden tub & shower AMAZING
Even more intricate in its deception Eleanor of Aquitaine had 2,500 MLS:#711082 $159,900 LOCATION* MLS #711319 $219,900
is the bucket orchid of Central Amer- pounds of violets crushed to make 1 ica, which splays out little "buckets" pound of violet attar.
filled with a quarter-inch ofperfumed Humans soon learned to preserve
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this plant has a slightly different per- fixative. Fixatives originally were wW Highlands eauty*Spaciousand Sparkling POOL HOME NEAR STATE PARK Stated Elegance throughout this designer showplace
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bedrooms lnsidelaundry *15ex 39 lanai without Withlacoochee Bike Trail and just around the all the whistles and bells Marvelous Master suite Split bedrooms CAGEo IN-GROUN SWIMMING tub x covered grill area Quiet neighborhood on corner from the boat launch and park on with bath/dressing area. Walk-in closets, sauna, POOL* Ride your golf cart right out your back yard J o h n~2 W a r nxh t 187 lot' BRI NG YOU R MOTOR HOME **ROOM Eden thrive Great home with lots to do jetted tub PLUS private office area. Close to town and to the course! City water and sewer!
TO PARK! MLS 709822 $159,900 nearby MLS1t709019 $89,900 biketrail!!MLS#707485 $399,900 MLS708670 $142,900
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CelI 352-540-86o7 352-796-4972 appliances tile and carpet Screened Porch Fenced Formal Dining & Living room Elegant Master Suite cottage charm with open inviting space Built in 2005 Cabinets Office Area Large Bedrooms Family
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*it 9 School. THIS HOME IS MOVE-IN READY!! HOME WARRANTY INCLUDED ON THIS HOME! Florida room *spacious eat-in kitchen. Air boaters Street Great Neighborhood.
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This 2001 mobile home has been well maintained A l l A A
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beautiful, high & dry, treed acres in Floral City and COUNTY .nolituso .ltcetu, i ww:ci t-ry
features 3 bedrooms, den, 2 baths, inside laundry, FOR -S
2 car carport, workshop, storage shed and &
shooting range (owner built to count specs). Call OVERS 375 2 7 2 6 -6 6 6 8PE
for an appointment today! *,SUNDAY
MLS#711140 ASKING: $94,100 P ] "E A1 A nalysis!
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The views here are great. Long canal view form mai
living area, wrap-around deck & enclosed screen run. 1 HR TO TAMPAOCALAI ORLANDO HUGE SUGARMILL WOODS POOL HOME BRING YOUR HORSES
Open floor plan with large living/dining area makes this Very nice 2 bedroom, 2 bath home Floral City beautiful home in Tarawood 3 Bedroom, 3 bath, with family room, Must see 10 acres of unspoiled Florida the perfect home for entertaining. Used as vacation Well maintained and very clean. 55+ Gated Community 2 or 3/2 w/den/ formal living & dining rooms. Large wilderness located in Citrus Springs. Country
home forSeller.Well maintained. Dockand covered boat 1 Acre, central location office, plus French doors to enclosed pool & lanai with summer kitchen living convenient to golf course, community
slip, carport &storage building. Minutes to town.
MLS#710605 ASKING $79,800 MLS #711226 $85,000 Florida room, close to bike/walking trail storage, storage and more storage! center, schools, churches I shopping.
Pat Davis (352) 212-7280 Jeanne Or Willard Pickrel 352-212-3410 and Floral City Park. MLS #710858 MLS #708830 ASKING $269,900 MLS #705188 $54,OOO
View listing: www.c2lpatdavis.com www.CitrusCountySold.com Call for viewing today Terri @ 352-220-1008 Call Lawanda Watt 352-212-1989 Call Tracy Hill 352-400-5555
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STONERIDGE PARK ACERAGE CLOSE TO*WITHLAC0CHEE FOREST 3.85 Acres Fenced 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Florida Room Custom built 3/2/3 home situated on 2 acre home site
PUS 24x4x2 detached garage/workshop with 220
28x44 doublewide in gated 9.5 acres cleared and fenced, high and Country Living yet Close to Town 1/3 acre Fenced, Private Backyard electric. Caged, heated salt pool. Spa. Perfect home
55 plus park dry, bring the horses and kids and build Master Bath has Soaking Tub & Shower All Appliances, NEW ROOF for buyers wanting elbow room and large homesite.
your home overlooking the neighborhood, Living Room & Family Room & Dining Room
.2/2, carport, sunroom, utility room ride your horse to the forest, priced to sell Open Kitchen w/Breakfast Bar PLEASANT GROVE School District Tranquil location in good neighborhood. Conveniently
Great kitchen, all appliances and ownerwill finance, call me forterms. -Covered Rear Porch 12X28 MLS ASKING $259,800
Clubhouse & pool. Lot Rent $315.00 $74,900 MLS #710771 ASKING $119,900 Jeanne Or Willard Pickrel 212-3410 Pat Davis (352)$212- 80
Willard Pi ckrel 352-726-6668 Ruth Frederick 1-352-563-6866 Charles Kelly352-422-2387 www. CitrusCountySold.com View listing at: wwc2latdavis.com







LAND HO, YE LUBBERS!
From $4,000 MLS #711307, INVERNESS GOLF COURSE HOME Pret, property Owner eoang CANTERBURY LAKE EST.
Three bedrooms, age Lovely 3w bedoom 2garageovr170so
STUNNING to $51,000 MLS #700418 and in-between: This like new home features a great h omLovely 3 bedroom 2 bath home, over 1700sf of
2006 INVERNESS POOL HOME Fabulous buy on 5 acres in Heatherwood, room with a cathedral ceiling and hen 1/4acre s e w th compe elvn living area, open concept, split floor plan,
Situated on 1.5 beautiful acres. NOW PRICED AT $31,90o!!! La cherl th fenced backyardAlmost 1,celn sq.ft. of living cathedral ceilings, hot tub in lanai, city water,
4 bedroom, 2 bath, wood cabinets, MLS #702875; sensational across the street fireplace. Large porch overlooks the area and vaulted ceilings make this spacious city sewer. Beautiful community with pool &
Corian tops. Very Nice from the lake lot at $16,500, MLS #706620. 17th fairway. Master has his and hers home a great buy! Split plan bedrooms, tiled tennis courts. Original roof and AC and priced
$21,90 Whatever your needs, wants and closets, and separate tub and shower. floors, light and bright! Come see the views! accordingly. Make an appointment today!
$219,900 preferences, just give me a call! MLS #710129 $139,900 Country living in Floral City! MLS #710750 MLS#708269 ASKING: $118,500
Call Ouade Feeser 352-302-7699 Marilyn Booth 637-4904 Call Stefan Stuart 352-212-0211 Mary Parsons 634-1273 Call Nancy Jenks at 352-400-8072




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SPACIOUS3_2 POOL HOME ON HALF-ACRE ++HOMESITE WATERFRONT MAINTENANCE-FREE BRING THE FAMILY AND FRIENDS
Ceramic tile throughout except newly carpeted master PRITCHARD ISLAND! ABSOLUTELY STUNNING AND RV IF YOU HAVE ONE BECAUSE
bedroom. Master bath has jetted tub, separate Come see this immaculate 2/2/2 waterfront unit LAKEFRONT VIEWS! THIS HOME HAS GOT THE ROOM! FREESTANDING VILLA
shower, walk-in closet. Just in time for Spring and
Summer fun in caged pool area with extra large lanai. with privacy-you will love this one! Upgraded Beautifully updated home with over 2,200 3 bedroom, 2 bath on 2 acres fully fenced Lovely Backyard
Open, split plan. Wood cabinets, eat-in kitchen. Quiet unit features whole house dehumidifier, living SF Wide open lakefront with dock, with pecan and clementine trees. This 2 BR, 2 Bath, 2 Car Garage
street just minutes from shopping, schools. New roof, hardwood floors, fresh paint and many extras. home has new stainless steel appliances Florida Room, Eat-In Kitchen
justpainted inside and out. Tennis courts, community pool and boat slip huge deck with fire pit, large master suite and new flooring. The washer and dryer
MLS#708274 $128,900 too! Call forshowingtoday! with sitting room and fireplace. also stay! Please call to schedule a MLS#711199 $125,000
Pat Davis (352)212-7280 PRICED TO SELL AT AN UNBELIEVABLE $119,900! A must see. $266,900 showing. MLS#710499 Jeanne Or Willard Pickre352-212-3410
View Listing: www.21patdavis.com Mary Parsons 634-1273 Call Quade 352-302-7699 Shanna Casey 352-726-6668 www.CitrusCountSold.com




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The ballots have been counted, the This section includes the results of D io r prtin
winners declared and the coveted the voting along with advertising mes- Dirco AdvOeratisn
Readers Choice Best of the Best decals sages from many of the winning busi-anAdetsg have been distributed and are now nesses thanking their customers for the
proudly and prominently displayed on patronage and votes. Cindy Connolly
marquees, doors and windows around This year's section has a special new Features Editor
the county. feature added throughout the pages.
Special congratulations are definitely We asked the opinions of some Citrus deserved by all those who received the County residents, "What is the best Sarah Gatling
Best of the Best designation. thing about Citrus County?" Community Editor
This year's voting is the 19th time A huge thank-you is in order to all Chronicle readers have selected the com- those who participated in the 2014 munity's Reader's Choice Best of the Reader's Choice Best of the Best contest Trista Stokes
Best awards. by selecting their favorite businessess Advertising
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winners is now an established and ea- their votes they should be at the top. gerly awaited tradition that has busi- Another huge thank-you goes out to nesses around the community hoping the residents that were asked to share Citrus Publishing
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Best of Citrus... Whdt's Inside
Susan Strawbridge ...................... Page 12 Automotive/ Entertainment/ Financial
Gary Kuhl ...................................... Page 15 Boat/Motorcycle Recreation Accountant ........................................ 11
D a le M c C le lla n ............................ P a g e 18 A uto Parts Store ................................ 7 A rt G allery .......................................... 9 Bank ................................................ 11
B J Ja rv is ...................................... P ag e 2 2 Autom otive Repair .............................. 7 Boat Tours .......................................... 9 Investm ent Firm ................................ 11
Rep. Jimmie T Smith .................... Page 27 Boat & Motor Repair & Service .......... 7 Bowling Center .................................. 9
Campground ...................................... 9 Health -W ellness
M a rie P ettibo ne ............................ P ag e 3 1 Boat Dealer ........................................ 7 Country Club ...................................... 9
B ob P listed ................................ Page 33 Body Shop .......................................... 7 Dance Studio .................................... 10 & B e a u ty
R e be cca B ays .............................. P ag e 35 Car W ash ............................................ 7 Dive Shop ........................................ 10 Assisted Living Facility ...................... 11
J im F a rley .................................... P ag e 3 6 Foreign Auto Repair ............................ 8 Fishing G uide .................................. 10 C hiropractic ...................................... 13
J e w e l L a m b .................................. P a g e 3 7 M arina ................................................ 8 G olf Pro S hop .................................. 10 D ay S pa ............................................ 13
M otorcycle D ealer .............................. 8 H otel or M otel .................................. 10 D entist .............................................. 13
D iane Toto .................................... Page 38 Oil Change Service ............................ 8 Hunting & Fishing Supplies .............. 10
Jo h n "JIT K e n ney .......................... P ag e 39 Tire Dealer .......................................... 8 Kayak Sales or Rental ...................... 10 Hair Salon ........................................ 13
Local Event ...................................... 10 Health & Fitness C lub ...................... 13
S usan G ill .................................... P age 4 1 Local Golf Course ............................ 10 Health Food Store ............................ 13
Sandra "Sam" Himmel .................. Page 42 Electronics Park (Local) ...................................... 10 Hearing Aid Center .......................... 13
S en. C harles D ean ...................... Page 44 Cellular Telephones ............................ 8 Radio Station .................................... 11 Home Health Services ...................... 14
Laura Lou Fitzpatrick .................... P age 46 Com puter Repair ................................ 9 RV Dealer ........................................ 11 Martial Arts School .......................... 14
S atellite D ealer ................................ 11
Josh W ooten ................................ Page 47 Tourist Attraction .............................. 11 Massage Therapist .......................... 14
Travel A gency .................................. 11 M edical C enter ................................ 14


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Medical Supplies/Equipment ...................... 14 Tree Service .............................................. 28 S ervice E Xceffence T rust
Nail Salon .................................................. 14 W ater Softening
O ptical orV ision C enter ............................ 16 & C onditioning ............................................ 28
P h a rm a cy .................................................. 16
Skilled Nursing Care Facility ...................... 16
Tanning Salon ............................................ 16 P e ts
W eight Loss C enter .................................... 16 Feed D ealer ................................................ 28
K e n n e ls ...................................................... 2 9
Pet G room ing ............................................ 29
H om e & G arden Pet Shop .................................................... 29
Alarm or Security Systems ........................ 16 Veterinarian ................................................ 29 'M COUP CHRCNCIP 'Aluminum Contractor/ F- F--Screen Enclosure ...................................... 17
Appliance Store .......................................... 17 Services Now
Cabinet Store or Installer .......................... 17 Barber Shop .............................................. 29 16 *41 celeb, 'tjng
Carpet/Floor Covering ................................ 17 C hild Care Service .................................... 29
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C eiling Fan ................................................ 17 D ry C leaner ................................................ 30 % E2 2
Fence C ontractor ........................................ 17 E m broidery ................................................ 30
H o m e B uilde r ............................................ 19 F une ra l H o m e ............................................ 30
Home Remodeling Contractor .................... 19 Insurance Agency ...................................... 30
Hot Tub & Spa Dealer ................................ 19 Photographer ............................................ 30 F
Interior Decorator ...................................... 19 Printer ........................................................ 30 wa t y ,
K itchen R em odel ........................................ 19 Tax Preparation .......................................... 32 r4
Lig hting S to re ............................................ 19 Tra nspo rtatio n ............................................ 32
Lo c ks m ith .................................................. 19
Mobile Home Dealer .................................. 20 Shopping S.E.T. Hom e Health is a Citrus County
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Paint Store .................................................. 20 Antique Store ............................................ 32 fam ily ow ned, op erated, and staffed
Picture Framing .......................................... 20 Arts & Crafts Store .................................... 32 hom e health agency.
Plant & Garden Nursery ............................ 20 Athletic Equipment Store ............................ 32
Pool Supplies ............................................ 20 Book Store ................................................ 32 W e proudly offer the follow ing services in your hom e:
W indow Treatm ent ...................................... 2 1 B outique .................................................... 34
Candy Shop .............................................. 34 Skilled N ursing Physical Therapy
Children's Consignment ............................ 34 O ccupational Therapy Behavioral H ealth
H om e Service Clothing Store Children .............................. 34
Air Conditioning/ Clothing Store Men .................................... 34 H om e H ealth A id Speech Therapy
Heating Service .......................................... 21 Clothing Store Women .............................. 34 M edical Social W ork
A ir D uct C leaning ...................................... 21 C onsignm ent S hop .................................... 40
A ppliance R epair ........................................ 2 1 Flea M arket ................................................ 40
Carpet & Rug Cleaner ................................ 21 Florist ........................................................ 40 E xp erience ourfam ily
G arage D oor Installer ................................ 2 1 Furniture .................................................... 40
Garbage Disposale Company .................... 23 Gift Shop .................................................... 40 w hile w e take care of yours.
G lass R epair .............................................. 23 H ardw are S tore .......................................... 40
Home Repair & Maintenance .................... 23 Jewelry Store ............................................ 43
La d sca pe r .................................................. 2 3 Liq uo r S to re ................................................ 4 3
Law n C are .................................................. 23 M attress D ealer .......................................... 43 L
Paint Contractor ........................................ 23 O utdoor & Patio Furniture .......................... 43
Pest C ontrol S ervice .................................. 26 Paw nbroker ................................................ 43
Plumber ...................................................... 26 Produce Stand .......................................... 43 "E xp ect M ore F rom H om e H ealth C are,
P o o l B u ild e r ................................................ 2 6 S ho e S to re ................................................ 4 5
Real Estate Agent ...................................... 26 Thrift Store ................................................ 45 C h oose T h e B est!"
Real Estate Office ...................................... 26 T-shirt Company ........................................ 45 F P !IIII
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S to rage Facility .......................................... 28 W ine S ho p .................................................. 45
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Best of the Best winners are...


A Boat & Motor Repair & Service Body Shop
CRUS COU CHRTONIES Winner Winner
-- Homosassa Marine Dave's Body Shop
Honorable Mention Honorable Mention
Auto Parts Store Apopka Marine Collision Tech Citrus County
Winner Crystal River Marine DJ McCabes
Auto Zone
Honorable Mention Boat Dealer Car Wash
Advance Auto Parts Winner Winner
O'Reilly Auto Parts Apopka Marine Mr. B's Full Service Car Wash
Honorable Mention Honorable Mention
Automotive Repair Homosassa Marine B Kleen Car Wash
Winner Gulf to Lake Sales Inc. Inverness Full Service Car Wash
Dirk's Auto Clinic
Honorable Mention
George's Wholesale Tire
Chuck's Complete Car Care





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Beverly Hills Eye Clinic Homosassa Eye Clinic 471 N.Dacie Point, Lecanto 746-3420
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Best of the Best winners are...

Foreign Auto Repair Motorcycle Dealer Tire Dealer
CWRUSCONYCONC inner Winner Winner
.. All Prestige Automotive Crystal River Harley-Davidson Tire Kingdom
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Foreign Automotive Services Honda of Crystal River Firestone
Wally's Automotive Repair Center Love Motorsports Tires Plus

Marina Oil Change Service
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Pete's Pier Mobil One Lube Express
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Twin Rivers Marina Tire Kingdom Cellular Telephones
vvyy Riverhaven Marina Firestone Winner
Verizon
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Best of the Best winners are...

Computer Repair Bicycle Shop Campground
Winner Winner Winner
... 29th Parallel Computer Repair Suncoast Bicycles Rock Crusher Canyon RV Park
Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention
Computer Doctors Lenco Bicycle Natures Resort Campground
Computer Solutions Inverness Bicycle & Fitness Encore Crystal Isles RV Resort

Boat Tours Country Club
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River Safari and Boat Tours Citrus Hills Golf & Country Club
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Bird's Underwater Inc. Black Diamond
Manatee Tours Homosassa Inverness Golf & Country Club
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Franklin Anderson Gallery of Arts Winner
Honorable Mention Manatee Lanes
Art Center of Citrus County Honorable Mention
Florida Artists Gallery Sportsmen's Bowl
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winners are...

Dance Studio Hunting & Fishing Supplies
Winner Winner
Debbie Coles School of Dance McPherson's Archery & Outdoor
Honorable Mention Pro Shop
Reflections Dance Studio Honorable Mention
Centerstage Dance Patriot Sporting Goods
Ronnie's Academy of Dance Walmart

Dive Shop Kayak Sales or Rental
Winner Winner
American Pro Dive Aardvarks Florida Kayak Company
Honorable Mention Honorable Mention
Bird's underwater Crystal River Kayak Company PRO
Manatee Pro Dive Shop Birds Underwater S
Local Event
Fishing Guide Winner
Winner Manatee Festival
Captain Dan Clymer Honorable Mention HOTEL/MOTEL
Honorable Mention Stone Crab Jam
Captain Charlie Harris Cooter Festival GOLF COURSE
Captain Kyle Messier
Local Golf Course
Golf Pro Shop Winner
Winner Black Diamond
Plantation on Crystal River Honorable Mention
Honorable Mention Citrus Hills Golf & Country Club
Citrus Hills Golf & Country Club Plantation on Crystal River
Black Diamond
Park (Local)
Hotel or Motel Winner
Winner Whispering Pines Park o y lRv
Holiday Inn Honorable Mention
Honorable Mention Ellie Schiller Homosassa Springs
Plantation on Crystal River Wildlife State Park 9301 W. Fort Island Trail, Crystal River
Best Western Bicentennial Park (352) 795-7211
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Price and Company
RV Dealer Honorable Mention
Winner Edward J Serra CPA
Como RV, Auto Sales & Service Humphrey & Saltmarsh PL
Honorable Mention Humphrey & Saltmarsh PLn
All Seasons RV & Tractor Bank
Nature Coast RV Winner "MF SIm te we we
Satellite Dealer SunTrust Banks Inc.
Satellite Dealnner Honorable Mention
Diret TV Suncoast Federal Credit Union
Honorable Mention Bank of America Corp. We are thankful for
Dish Network Investment Firm the privilege of
Tourist Attraction Winner serving as your local
Winner Raymond James
Winner Honorable Mention Citrus County Dentist
Ellie Schiller Homosassa Springs Edward Jones
Wildlife State Park Edward Jones since 1992.
Honorable Mention Ameriprise Financial Dr. Richard C. Swanson
Three Sisters Springs New Patients Free Consults Emergency Care
Rainbow Springs e CEREC One-Visit Crowns 0 Invisalign(clear altemativetometalbraces) Cleanings
U Implants U In-House Specialty Care U Sealants
Travel Agency & Lumineers and Veneers U Root Canal Therapy U AAID/ICOI
Winner U Dentures, Partials & Bridges U Periodontal Gum Care U Botox & Juvederm
Walk Don't Run Travel Assisted Living Facility Extractions 0 Fillings 0 And much more!
Honorable Mention A Winner 20i1vFciy 352 795- 1223
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Becky's Travel Store Honorable Mention 1815 N. Suncoast Blvd.
Sunflower Springs/ Crystal River, FL
Superior Residences www.rswansondental.com
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iso much that comes to mind. This is a very special place and continues every day to surprise and inspire lh
me with its natural beauty, its native wildlife and, of course, its people.

My day job is working at wading birds, alligators, Ellie Schiller Homosassa turtles basking in the sun, Springs Wildlife State Park, spider lilies, yellow pond and most nights and week- lilies, Pickerelweed. ends I find time to paint. On a cold morning in What subjects? Our native January with the mists wildlife, landscapes, plants coming up from the spring, of our area. So, I I spot a group of wild manguess you could say atees, many mothers with that I am biased to- their calves, as they come ward the natural up for a breath enjoying
world and my daily the warmer water. experiences within One morning not too
it. On my drive into long ago, park Ranger work from Inver- Michael Langione was exness, I often am cited to show me sometreated to such thing special he's seenWeK o Th tH vn Ou K ow dg a l
Or sights as a bald along Pepper Creek Trail.WeK o ThtH vn Ou K ow dg a l
eagle flying over- When we got there in theStf Thr toA s tY uisa Im ran
head in the early golf cart, I was amazed to SafT eet sitY u'sa m otn
morning light to see 23 swallowtail kites
roost atop a tele- resting in a long-leafed as Having the Right Tools!
phone pole along- pine along the trail. An side Grover hour later, they were gone.
Cleveland Boulevard, or on Every day holds its We appreciate
the trip home it may be a unique opportunities to e -t,, your business
swallowtail kites or a wood connect with the natural and look forward
stork gliding over the tree- world of this special place to serving you
tops. where we live. We are in the future.
Sometimes on a walk blessed to have such anA
through the Wildlife Park abundance of public lands I'll get to watch otters to explore, enjoy, appreci- T e h lf lpa e
swimming gracefully in ate and protect. 3CNEIN OAIN
their pond, or see roseate 3CNEIN OAIN
spoonbills busily tending Susan Strawbridge Inverness Ace Hardware
their nests, and so much Ellie Schiller Homosassa 465 E. Highland Blvd.352-726-8811
more. Weekend canoe trips Springs Wildl fe State Park Hernando Ace Hardware
along the Withlacoochee Park Services Specialist 2585 N. Florida Avenue352-726-1481
River or walks along Lib- Homosassa Kanes Ace Hardware
erty Walk in Inverness 3600 S. Suncoast Blvd. 352-628-3566
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Best of the Best winners are...

Chiropractic Dentist Health Food Store
OSCOWCROKE$ Winner Winner Winner
Citrus Chiropractic Group Richard C. Swanson, DMD, PA Rutabagas Natural Food Market
..Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention
Kinnard Chiropractic Citrus Dental of Inverness Huffmans Heritage Whole Foods
Suncoast Chiropractic Dr. Jeremy Ledger, DMD Inverness Natural Foods

Day Spa Hair Salon Hearing Aid Center
Winner Winner Winner
Abitare Paris Salon & Day Spa Abitare Paris Salon & Day Spa Audibel Hearing Aid Center INN EUHonorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention
Bella Vita Spa & Fitness Center 7th Heaven Salon & Spa Father & Son's Hearing Aid Centers
7th Heaven Salon & Spa Hot Heads the Art of Hair Advanced Family Hearing
Health & Fitness Club Gardner Audiology

Winner
Anytime Fitness
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Dynabody Fitness Club
Bella Vita Spa & Fitness Center




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Best of the Best winners are...


Home Health Services Massage Therapist Medical Supplies/Equipment
CU COU C Winner Winner Winner
Comfort Keepers Abitare Paris Salon & Day Spa Brashear's Pharmacy
Home Health Service Honorable Mention Honorable Mention
Honorable Mention Martha Pulliam Crystal Home Medical
S.E.T. Home Health Ideal Health & Massage Don's Pharmacy
Citrus Memorial Home Health 7th Heaven Salon and Spa
Nail Salon
Martial Arts School Medical Center Winner
Winner Winner Apex Nails
Schrade's Tae Kwon Do Citrus Memorial Health System Honorable Mention
Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Abitare Paris Salon & Day Spa
Antonelli Martial Arts Seven Rivers Regional Floral Nails
Butin Bik's Combat Sports Medical Center
Christ Medical Center
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ure, we have a few problems here in Citrus County. But listen, howitzka and Floral City are all bent on
have many good things going for us. preserving our heritage, assisting our citiwe hzens, maintaining wonderful libraries, pro...tecting our natural resources and enjoying Sour local citizens' talents. aeaAnd we have many caring citizens who Four of nature's beautiful spring-fed Wildlife State Park is consistently one of the go beyond their own needs to help others
rivers are here in our back yard -the Ho- highest attended in the state. Our county and our natural surroundings. We have a mosassa, Crystal, Chassahowitzka and, yes, and city parks are typically well main- great school system with many dedicated the Withlacoochee, fed by small springs tamned and provide great activities for our teachers and administrators. Our county along its path. These scenic rivers provide youths, adults and seniors. The Withla- staff and elected officials have held it togreat economic benefits to our county. coochee State Forest has endless hiking, gether over the years through real hurriMany fishermen, kayakers, canoers, mana- fishing, hunting, camping and exploring canes and financial storms that threatened tee observers, boating enthusiasts, hunters, opportunities. Three Sisters Springs has be- to cause us great harm. Give them all a lot scallopers, bird watchers, bikers, scuba come an international destination. Rails to of credit. divers, hikers and nature lovers come to Trails is enjoyed by thousands of us. our county to enjoy their interests. We have wonderful small towns. Inver- Gary Kuhl
We have great parks. Homosassa Springs ness, Crystal River, Homosassa, ChassaThank you Citrus County p I '.',
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Best of the Best winners are...

Optical or Vision Center Skilled Nursing Care Facility Weight Loss Center
Winner Winner Winner
Dr. Newcomer Diamond Ridge Health & Dr. Redrick
Honorable Mention Rehabilitation Center Medical Weight Loss Center
Citrus Vision Honorable Mention Honorable Mention
MezMerEyes Optical Boutique Life Care Center of Citrus County Genesis Women's Center Cypress Cove Care Center Weight Watchers
Pharmacy
Winner Tanning Salon
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Honorable Mention Caribbean Tan
Brashear's Pharmacy Honorable Mention
CVS Bronze Beach Alarm or Security Systems
Electric Beach Tanning Winner
Al Alarm
Honorable Mention
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Best of the Best winners are...


Aluminum Contractor/ Cabinet Store or Installer Ceiling Fan
Screen Enclosure Winner Winner

Winner Deem Cabinets Inc. Home Depot
Blackshears II Aluminum Inc. Honorable Mention Honorable Mention
Honorable Mention Home Depot Lowe's
Advanced Aluminum Inc. Lowe's Dan's Fans
White Aluminum Action Lighting
Carpet/ Floor Covering
INN Appliance Store Winner Fence Contractor
Winner Joe's Carpet Inc. Winner
Lowe's Honorable Mention Rocky Sparks Fencing
Honorable Mention Michael's Floor Covering Honorable Mention
Home Depot Lowe's J & R Fencing
Sears Cash Carpet Aaron's Fence








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alentine Rooks was born March 14, 1924, to a pioneer Citrus life to promote better agricultural practices
County cattle family. His great-grandfather, Kit Rooks, and and the way of life he so loved. He served
Cas president of the Hernando/Citrus Farm family settled in the Pleasant Grove area south of Inverness Bureau, was a big promoter of the youth
V in 1870. Mr. Rooks' grandfather, Daniel Rooks, built his speech contest and involved in making the
home nearby. Valentine's father, James Rooks, built his home nearby county fair what it is today He was a director of the Cattlemen's Association.
and married Ellenor Seckinger from Fellowship, Florida; they had Valentine and Frances have two sons
nine children. and one daughter: Eugene (Rosemary),
Larry (Nancy) and Ella (John). They have
Valentine started school in the one-room heart Frances Spooner in 1946. six grandchildren and six great-grandchilschoolhouse in Pleasant Grove. That This was World War II era and very dren. The thing he likes best about Citrus
school was just south of what is now South tough times. Money was scarce, but Valen- County is that you can still have a cow, as Pleasant Grove Road and Stage Coach. He tine taught his family to work hard on the long as she doesn't wander into town. became a member of Eden Baptist Church farm to raise what they ate and sell what in Lake Lindsey at a young age and contin- they could. Dale McClelland
ues today. He graduated from Citrus High Valentine never had a job outside the M&B Dairy
School in 1943, married high school sweet- family ranch. He has worked all his adult







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Best of the Best winners are...


CU OrCNIISHome Builder Hot Tub & Spa Dealer Kitchen Remodel
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... .....Sweetwater Homes Mr. Pool Deem Cabinets
Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention
Flynn Builders Family Pool and Spa Home Depot
Wheeler Construction Pinch a Penny Lowe's

Home Remodeling Contractor Interior Decorator Lighting Store
Winner Winner Winner
Will Construction Inc. Smart Interiors Inc. Lowe's
Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention
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Best of the Best winners are...


cncoU Mobile Home Dealer Paint Store Plant & Garden Nursery
Winner Winner Winner
.. .... Taylor Made Homes Sherwin Williams Color Country
Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention
Acme Homes II Inc. Lowe's Connolly's Sod & Nursery
Prestige Home Center Citrus Paint & D6cor Home Depot

Movers Picture Framing Pool Supplies
.2 4 Winner Winner Winner
Dick's Moving Works of Art Pinch a Penny
Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention
SMW Relocation Services Frame Designs Mr. Pool
Skidmore's Moving & Storage The Cottage Framer Wrightway Pools
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Best of the Best winners are...


Window Treatment Air Duct Cleaning Carpet & Rug Cleaner
Winner Winner Winner
72 HR Blinds Will Construction Inc. Stanley Steemer
Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention
Lowe's Stanley Steemer ServiceMaster Restore
SBlind Factory Air FX Duraclean Master Cleaners

Appliance Repair Garage Door Installer
H m SericWinner Winner
Welch Appliance Repair KC Garage Doors
Honorable Mention Honorable Mention
Air Conditioning/ Affordable Appliance Repair Tri-County Overhead Doors
-" --Heating Service Sears Discount Garage Doors
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Honorable Mention
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igoingonatthe county ark andhitorieing new here to Citrus County and the Extension Services gononathcutyprsnditrcal society (love the outdoor music!). Add
team, I am still learning my way around the county, looking inaacolshdomutyheer
for everything from the "best" restaurants to a convenient dry dragon boat races, ball tournaments, fun
cleaner and a good place to get my car repaired. While I don't stuff to do at the county fair and an amazhave a "best-of" community or business, what I have found are the ing farmer's market. Oh, and the yummy
best folks here in Citrus County. you-pick blueberries.
For a relatively small community, there
is so much to do here, all filled with helpI am continually amazed at how helpful ing classes for all ages and helping main- ful, caring individuals! local residents have been. From the lady in tain our demonstration garden. line who recently shared an extra coupon Our county has a small-town, friendly BJ Jarvis
with me when she observed what I was feel but is big enough to offer many fun, Citrus / UF Extension Services Director buying, to a talented and dedicated volun- inexpensive and entertaining opportuniteer corps at the Extension office teach- ties. I am enjoying all the amazing things






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Best of the Best winners are...


Garbage Disposal Company Home Repair & Maintenance Lawn Care
Winner Winner Winner
.......... .... F.D.S. Disposal Inc. W ill Construction Inc. Lawn Care Unlimited
Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention
Waste Management Bill's Quality Home Repair Top Hat Inc.
Waste Pro Dolan Smith Clover Lawn
Rich Collins
Glass Repair Paint Contractor
Winner Landscaper Winner
K & K Glass Winner Bud Sasada Painting
Honorable Mention Connolly's Sod & Nursery Honorable Mention
Midstate Glass Honorable Mention Frick's Painting
vvvvvvvvwv Weber Glass Top Hat Inc. Willie's Painting
Clover Lawn
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Best of the Best winners are...


COUSCOWHRONICZ Pest Control Service Pool Builder Real Estate Office
Winner Winner Winner
Citrus Pest Management Inc. Pools by Warren Re/Max Realty One
Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention
Florida Pest Control & Chemical Co. Authentic Pools Exit Realty Leaders
Bush Home Services Mr. Pool ERAAmerican Realty
& Investment
Plumber Real Estate Agent
Winner Winner Replacement Windows
Suncoast Plumbing & Electric Gene Wade Winner
Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Tropical Windows Inc.
Bob Tsacrios Plumbing Debbie Scott Honorable Mention
Mike Scott Plumbing Lucy Barnes Home Depot
Blackshear's II Aluminum Inc.





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he best thing about Citrus County is: tomorrow. economy and offer our young the chance
Having been in elected office for four years now, during a aer te hngvrmn os a
reers where they make a decent living,
T rain, I see great possibilities for tomorrow. ture for their children.
Yes, there will be many challenges tor morrow -some businesses will succeed
Tomorrow there will be more and more Tomorrow we will see improvements in adohr al oepol ilsrgl
business opportunities, starting small, in- our springs and waterways, our nutrients adohr rse n etebs creasing steadily, with the understanding legacy will continue to be addressed and thnabutorowitatCrs that there is much work we need to do. with the blessings of more rain and in- Conyiredfrit Tomorrow our populations will grow creased springs projects we will have the Conyiredfrit and more people will want to live in a Citrus County that everyone remembers Rp ime1 mt
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Best of the Best winners are...

Roofer Title Company Water Softening
Winner Winner & Conditioning
AAA Roofing Wollinka-Wikle Title Winner
Honorable Mention Insurance Agency Best Buy Water
Curry's Roofing Inc. Honorable Mention Honorable Mention
Boulerice Roofing A-1 Title of the Nature Coast Culligan Water Conditioning
American Title Citrus Water Conditioning
Storage Facility
Winner Tree Service
4 Store Right Self Storage Winner
Honorable Mention Dave's Tree Service
Al Mini Storage Honorable Mention
vvVVVViw'v 495 Self Storage Griffin's Tree Service Feed Dealer
JLH Tree Service
Orcutt Tree Service Winner
American Farm & Feed
Honorable Mention
Tractor Supply




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for voting us the -H-MO-5--5Best of the Best


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Best of the Best winners are...


Kennels Pet Shop
Winner Winner
Bow Wow Boutique Fancy's Pets
Honorable Mention Honorable Mention
Lakeside Kennels Pet Supermarket Barber Shop
Citrus Pet Resort Pet Smart Winner
Fred's Barber Shop
Pet Grooming Veterinarian Honorable Mention
Winner Winner Citrus Plaza Barber Shop
N Bow Wow Boutique Lecanto Veterinary Hospital MVP Clips
Honorable Mention Honorable Mention
Fancy's Pets Midway Animal Hospital Child Care Service
v wv Linda's Grooming Countryside Animal Clinic Winner
Little Disciples Daycare
Honorable Mention
All About Kids Preschool
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Best of the Best winners are...


CRCO HI1ODry Cleaner Funeral Home Photographer
Winner Winner Winner
Touch of Quality Cleaners Hooper Funeral Home Dove Photography
Honorable Mention & Crematory Honorable Mention
Quality Cleaners Honorable Mention Kacy's Portraits
Beverly Hills Cleaners Chas. E. Davis Funeral Home Rebecca Pujals-Jones
& Crematory Photography
Embroidery Strickland Funeral Home Curtis Bryant Photography
Winner
Embroidery Etc. by Barb Insurance Agency Printer
Honorable Mention Winner Winner
Sew Be It State Farm Insurance Company Homosassa Printing
......V --Creative Embroidery Honorable Mention Honorable Mention
Sheldon Palmes Insurance Excel Printing
Insurance Company Office Max
The Hagar Group
Van Allen Insurance





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B'st thing, Ctu Cut "We Cater to Cowards!"


Experience The Difference
s a Connecticut transplant, I came to this corner of HONEST* PROFESSIONAL* COMPASSIONATE
Am Florida by introduction
from my brother. I first
came to Citrus county back in 1988 and spent some time here not only recovering from surgery, but also healing from tragedy.

Back then, the roads were only two lanes and the mall was brand spanking new, but the quiet and peace was just what I needed then. Since then, I returned several times and still found

the area welcoming. While the offerings of the county and espelocal environment is beautiful, it cially the programs that are ofis the people of the county who fered at the local library.
are truly the treasure of the Na- I poke around at various
ture Coast. points of interest and have found
My life partner and I settled in Homosassa Springs Wildlife .. ........
the scenic Citrus Hills golf com- State Park an attraction for my 0
munity shortly after the tragedy visitors.
of Sept. 11, 2001. The tranquility There are still lots of things
and lifestyle was what we here in Citrus County for me to
needed at the time. discover and I intend to keep
I have found living here is poking around a bit more.
easy. Now that I am retired and
living on a fixed income, I can af- Marie Pettibone
ford a comfortable lifestyle to a League of Women Voters a
degree. I have enjoyed the many Citrus County



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Bird Seed Bird Houses
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Flea Treatments For Your Pet and Your Yard
'Animal Health Care Products 6 2... ..
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Best of the Best winners are...

Tax Preparation Athletic Equipment Store
Winner Winner
H & R Block Citrus Sports & Apparel
Honorable Mention Honorable Mention
Edward Serra CPA Antique Store Walmart
Price and Company Winner Dick's Sporting Goods
Old Inverness Antiques
Transportation Honorable Mention Book Store
Winner Heritage Antiques Mall Winner
Terri's Taxi Crows Nest Antiques Poe House Books
Honorable Mention Honorable Mention
Wayne's Taxi Arts & Crafts Store Bookaneers
Jan's Taxi Winner Cornerstone Christian Supply
Walmart
Honorable Mention
Scrap and Stamp
Glass Werx




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BROKEN HOMEP THE RESULTS ARE IN
come See The Thanks for ou suppoYears I
a New "Mley and votes allthese years!


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Inverness, FL 34450
(1/4 mile North of K-Mart Plaza) 5 36
CALL FOR AN 352-726-4009 e 18008410592 Out0o Area Crystal River Shopping Center
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s I drove from Wildwood into Inverness today, I If you are into sculling, canoeing or
could not help but notice the absolute beauty of kayaking, this is the place for you;
Simple pleasure beyond compare.
Lake Henderson. The sun played upon the shim- Then, on July 3, fireworks light up
mering water and it appeared as though it was In- the sky over the lake as thousands
dependence Day, with sparklers covering the deep water that enjoy the "Mayberry" style of downhome patriotism. Inverness is proud
refreshes many of us. God's wonderland! to use our lakes in harmony with nature. So come out! Enjoy this beauty
We have so many wonderful a half hour with a loved one or and wonder and find out why we
things in our county such as King's friend in the early morning or love Lake Henderson. Bay and the Homosassa River, as evening for a time of total relaxation well as other lakes and rivers. We and beauty at Liberty Park. Then Bob Plaisted
have bird watching, historical sites stroll Liberty Trail to Wallace Brooks Inverness Mayor
and much more. But, for me, nothing Park, where families delight in their compares to Lake Henderson. Share children playing on the playground.




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Best of the Best winners are...


CRUSCOUNYCONCo Boutique Children's Consignment Clothing Store Men
Winner Winner Winner
The Cotton Club Kids Trading Post Bealls
Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention
Val's Boutique Kiddy Korner Consignment TJ Maxx
Karma Resale Shop Sprouts Children's Boutique Sodium Fishing Gear

Candy Shop Clothing Store Children Clothing Store Women
Winner Winner Winner
Chocolates by Vanessa Bealls Bealls
Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention
The General Store Walmart TJ Maxx
Nicole's House of Cakes TJ Maxx La-Te-Da Boutique









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T A T without a doubt, the quality of life is the best thing enjoy on a daily basis.
Iii /about Citrus County. From the picturesque back- In all my life I have never met peoS dropple like the residents of Citrus
drops tucked behind each corner of our county County. Our citizens are some of the
W Y to the people who live here that have such a most caring people in the world.
heart for the betterment of the area, we are abundantly blessed Every day I meet people who have a
heart and a passion for the commuwith a lifestyle in Citrus County that can't be found anywhere nity. People here give, not just a little,
else. but everything they can. Together, we
make Citrus County better on a daily
Our county offers an array of activi- thousands of acres of preserved basis. I can't think of any other place I ties that most people can only accom- wildlife management areas, miles would want to call home. plish on vacation. Sun-kissed upon miles of trails for anything from
waterways for every type of recre- running to horseback riding and all Rebecca Bays
ation possible, dozens of golf courses things in between these are things Citrus County Commission
teeming with lush greenways, tens of the residents of Citrus County can





L nThank You For Your Votes!

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I think the best thing about donate the food, clothing and
Citrus County is that it is the toys to those organizations most generous and churches. Residents orand caring corn- ganize fundraisers for worthy munity I've ever causes, others provide translived in. portation to doctors' appointSo many peo- ments for those who cannot ple in society drive themselves. Residents today need help pick up restaurant and gro- in so many ways cery bills for people they don't
and Citrus even know.
reaches out in Do these things happen in
many ways. Or- other communities? Of course. ganizations and But I've lived in many places churches provide during my life and I've never food and cloth- seen generosity taken to the ing to those that level it is in Citrus County need them and
toys for children Jim Farley
at Christmas time. Individuals Crystal River Mayor Th anks For Voting U s

The Best.

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a Wound Care Wound Vac.
Certified Nurses lo
Specializing In:* ............. Separate Alzheimer's Unit with

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Hnb Used Book Store
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town atmosphere, our There be Bver
hat is the best thing community newspaper 14,000+ BOOKS about living in and the best car dealer- Trade Progam
ships in the world. Bargain B OKS
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the needs of dnes family 0
those with run business for over 25 years in
less, price of Citrus County and we thank each tS living, the and every customer. school sys- FENCING OF ALL TYPES!
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who live here. Their generosity is overwhelming. Any- .. w., ,,, e
thing that you ask of them seems to get done without hesitation. They are beautiful, selfless people. I wouldn't 000178G trade the people here in Citrus County for anything in the THANK YOU FOR
world. VOTING US...
SThe people of Citrus County want have people that are willing to help \fST/
to make a difference. They are ex- with worthy causes in our county. B8t Rep.ir \~T
tremely supportive of any good ind Servie
cause that is out there, it doesn't Diane Toto
even need to be here in our county. We Care Food Pantry
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Bestthin dbot CtrusCouny BfST


he best thing about Citrus County is the sense of TRI-COUNTY
community. Until I moved to Citrus County from just Overhead Door Sales
outside of Philadelphia, I really hadn't seen anything -.
like it.
But, this county seems that everyone here John "JJ" Kenney 1110 E. Amberjack Dr., Hernando
has such a wonderful really cares about the citi- Citrus County
sense of community. zens. Commissioner Hernando 726.0072 Ocala 3511423
I was in the United
States Marine Corps I I I
for over 22 years and *SUGA i
I never saw the com- e
passion that is here *PJLIH I !E
in our county. I feel it lPIO R H every day in all of
the different organi- Y
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Citru County..# COME SEE
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FIRE & WATER DAMAGE + +Co n tract ors+In-Home Care Services that help people maintain full 25-Year Citrus Licensed & Insured
RESTORATION SPECIALISTS and independent lives. County.Resident A CA R ING CO MPANY Lic#204627-125153
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Best of the Best winners are...

C.RUSCOU YCHRONL Consignment Shop Florist Gift Shop
Winner Winner Winner
Upscale Resale Waverly Florist Connors Gifts
Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention
Wear To Go Flower Basket The Cotton Club
Karma Resale Shop Flower Time Heritage House
Flea Market Furniture Hardware Store
Winner Winner Winner
Howard's Flea Market Badcock & More Home Furnishings Ace Hardware
Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention
Stokes Flea Market Farmers Furniture Lowe's
.... -Inverness Flea Market Sim's Furniture Home Depot







Thank You Ci County
L Ytme for voting us the Best
Lic# C a Custonm Homes,

iir H Adrtons, Fresh & Silk Flowers Gourmet Baskets & So Much More. Florist
Fair, H( =Garages &
and D endab Rem delng Roses Gift Baskets, Plants
SFresh Cut Arrangements Gourmet Candy
_____Basket Arrangements Fruit Baskets
Balloon Bouquets Chocolates
Thank You Citrus CountyT
for Voting Us S
Best of the Best Again!
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352-628-6624
www.homosassaprinting.com
ST he best thing about Citrus County is the giving na- h anks to everyone for
ture of our community. There are a multitude of or-thivoefcnid c.
ganizations, clubs and groups whose goals are to tkezr vote of confidence.
improve the health and welfare of our citizens and .. *
if other groups that strive to make our environment safe and
AV Vmore beautiful for everyone to enjoy.

Our Citrus County residents have Communities only thrive when gCitrus A a high level of citizenship, realizing their citizens participate in improv- -or they belong to an entity bigger than ing their community, rather than o
themselves. I hear time and time merely complaining. Caring for our landscaper
again from people who move into own family and other people is a the area that they have never lived in kindness and is the responsibility of or seen such a giving community. I everyone who is able. A
am proud to live in Citrus County
where caring and kindness for others Susan Gill
can be seen every day. Supervisor of Elections


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he best thing about Citrus County is that it has all the quali- and support others. We have over 1,300
mentors and volunteers that give much to ties of a family and a home. For those of us who have lived our children. Our classrooms are educahere our entire life and for those who have just moved to our tional homes for a family of over
area, there is a feeling of belonging, safety, acceptance, trust 15,000 students and 2,000 teachers and and genuineness. And the best part is that we are members of this staff whose outstanding efforts have deswe ae prt f afamiy cmmitedto mke osiiveignated Citrus County Schools as "High community; we are part of a family committed to make positive con- Performing School District" in the state of
tributions to enrich lives and preserve our environment. Florida for eight consecutive years.

This spirit of giving was most visible at to pay tribute with patriotic allegiance and Sandra 'Sam' Himmel
a recent dedication ceremony that hon- deep appreciation. Our school district was Superintendent of Schools
ored those fallen heroes who sacrificed proclaimed as a "Purple Heart School Distheir lives in the name of freedom. Fami- trict," the first in Florida and in the nation. lies and friends from throughout the The members of Citrus County are partcounty gathered at the School Board office ners, offering time and talents to guide





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Best of the Best winners are...


CWCON CHROME$ Jewelry Store Mattress Dealer Pawnbroker
Winner Winner Winner
fl -Jim Green Jewelers Inc. Wholesale Sleep Center Pat's Pawn & Jewelry
Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention
Whalen Jewelers Badcock & More Home Furnishings Goldiggers & Gunslingers

Specialty Gems Mattress Firm American Trading Post

Liquor Store Outdoor & Patio Furniture Produce Stand
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Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention
Walgreens Home Depot Hernando Farmers Market
Beverly Hills Liquor It's a Shore Thing Croft Road Fruit Stand









Local Business Group has

10 of its members voted as

"BEST OF THE BEST!"
SSNCOAST
Suncoast Business Masters (SBM) is comprised
of local business people who meet weekly and
work together to make our community a better
place to live. The group strives to keep the
economy flowing within our county. They're
active with fundraising efforts for the Early
Good Business Learning Coalition of the Nature Coast, as well as
assisting with the Annual Sheriff's Summer Safety
People Doing &Youth Expo. We are pleased to announce that 10
of our members were voted "Best of the Best" for
Good for the 2014, with 4 of our members getting an
"Honorable Mention" vote.
Community To learn more about SBM, call Debbie Scott,
Club President, at 352-665-8282.

We're proud of our members and what they've accomplished within our group and for the community.
Pictured above are just a few of our winners! Amanda Rowthorn, Wollinka Wikle Title Insurance Agency; Sue Fullerton, Walk Don't Run Travel; Nancy Wheeler, StoreRight Self Storage; Gailen Spinka, Comfort Keepers; Eric Swart, Citrus Pest Management; Debbie Scott, Realtor (Honorable Mention); Jerillyn Clark, Advanced Family Hearing Aid Center (Honorable Mention); Mike Buchanan, Excel Printing (Honorable Mention); Dee
Fries, Citrus Chiropractic Group; Ruth Powers, Powers Protection (Honorable Mention) and Paula Patterson, Lawn Care Unlimited.
Winnersnotpictured: Vanessa L. Edwards, Chocolates byVanessa;Allisha Will, Suncoast Plumbing & Electric and Sara Clauss, Citrus Pool Service.




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without a doubt, the best thing about Citrus years to come.
is or waer esouces In hisThe springs and waterways are in County to me isormy blood and they are the best thing county, we are blessed with three first-magnitude about Citrus County. This is why I W springs Homosassa Springs, Chassahowitzka work to protect and preserve our
Springs and Kings Bay. These treasures are the jewels of Citrus water resources and will continue to do so. These are natural treasures we
County, providing us recreation, enjoyment and a place to dip have been blessed with and I enour toes in their crystal-clear water. courage every person who has yet to
do so to plan a long overdue trip to
The springs of Citrus County have air conditioner. I remember swim- our own bit of paradise. always been a part of my life. I like ming and playing in the springs to tell the story of my dad taking our throughout my childhood. I still Sen. Charles Dean family on a hot summer day to visit enjoy their beauty today and hope the springs, using them as a natural we can preserve them for many


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