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Place of Publication: Ocala, Florida
Publication Date: May 21, 2010
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Serving S.R. 200 Communities & Businesses


Kindergarten registration
under way in Marion
Children planning to at-
tend kindergarten during
the upcoming 2010-2011
school year can register
early at their local elemen-
tary school.
Again this year, parents
can complete and print an
online form to bring with
them when registering
their child. This form is
available under the "Stu-
dent Enrollment" in the
"Parent Information" tab at
www.marion.kl2.fl.us, the
district's website.
Children must be 5 years
old by Sept. 1, 2010, to enter
kindergarten when school
starts this August. Cur-
rently, more than 3,000 chil-
dren attend kindergarten
in Marion County Public
Schools.
To register, parents must
present the following:
The child's certified
birth certificate (or legal
document stating the
child's birth date),
Proof of residency (the
physical address where the
child resides; no PO
Boxes),
Proof of the child's phys-
ical examination during
the past 12 months,
Court records (if applica-
ble in custody cases),
A Florida Certificate of
Immunization / shot
record, and
The child's Social Secu-
rity card.
Parents wanting to regis-
ter their child for kinder-
garten may do so in the
Guidance Office of their
local elementary school.



MARION
LANDING







Presentation of Ed Morgan Fit-
ness Awards was a high point
during Breakfast of Champions.
Page 19



Bookmark.........................10
Cherrywood ......................20
Cop Shop ........................... 22
Lend a Hand..........................2
Oak Run .............................6. 6
OTOW ......................... ...... 13
Out to Pastor ..................... 18
Palm Cay............................. 14
Pun Alley...... ................ 11
Spruce Creek Preserve...15


Frustrated with feds

County told that only FAA can regulate Dunnellon Airport aerobatics


JIM CLARK
Editor


There is nothing that can be
done.
That was the message the
County Commission received
Tuesday concerning the aerobatic
box at Dunnellon Airport.
Residents have complained
about the noise and the danger
about a pilot who practices stunt
flying in that "box" over the air-
port.
However, John Helms, airport
manager, made it clear that the
area is controlled by the FAA and
that the county has no jurisdiction.
It was the same message that


Commission Chair Barbara Fitos
delivered to the residents of the
area at a meeting earlier this year
at the airport.
"We talked in great detail with
the FAA in where we stand as a
county"
He indicated that the FAA had
informed him that the FAA is the
only group that can regulate it.
Commissioners expressed frus-
tration over the situation.
In other action the county:
/ Approved an upgrade to full
time of a building and grounds
technician at the Dunnellon Air-
port.
/ Approved a ribbon cutting for
the new T-hangars at the Dunnel-


lon Airport for Thursday, June 3 at
2 p.m.
/ Agreed to opt out of a class ac-
tion suit between Monroe County
(Key West) and various internet
hotel sites, labeled Priceline.com
et al. The suit is seeking to have
the tourist tax collected at a dif-
ferent point in the procedure
where vacant rooms are sold to the
Internet sites.
/ Delayed action on approving
eminent domain proceedings to
acquire property for the road ex-
tension of Southwest 42nd Street
to State Road 200, including con-
struction of a flyover (overpass)
over the Interstate.
/ Approved a Sheriff's Office


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PHOTOS BY MICHEL NORTHSEA
Staff and clients at Emeritus West went purple by wearing shades of purple.

Emeritus wins prize

MICHEL NORTHSEA
Staff Writer

Emeritus West went all out with both clients and staff
dressed in shapes of purple for the second annual Day
of Purple.
Their efforts resulted in the assisted living facility
winning display advertising in the South Marion Citi-
zen, coordinator of the May 11 contest.
Besides the purple attire, tables in the foyer were
covered with purple tablecloths, lavender streamers
were hung from the ceiling and cake shaped in logo for
PLEASE SEE PURPLE, PAGE 3 -.


Pretty in purple, Debbie Jones, seated, and
Peggy Bradshaw, owner, of 2nd Chance Con-
signment Shop also did their window with
clothing in lavender.


Dogs were groomed throughout the day at Sit-N-
Pretty with shades of purple decorations around the
Jasmine Plaza store.The footprints were sold to cus-
tomers in honor or memory of cancer survivors. Pic-
tured are Geri Silvestri and Lisa Casey.


Purple was the color of the day for Studio 200
when their stylists helped celebrate the sec-
ond annual Day of Purple.


agreement for traffic enforcement
in Saddle Oak.
/ Approved preliminary design
and engineering report, typical
section and alignment for South-
west 49th Avenue/Southwest 38th
Avenue from Southwest 66th
Street to Southwest 42nd Street.
/ Rejected an application, for
the second time, for a limerock
mine in northwestern Marion
County
/ Approved turn lanes for the
road outside the Horse Park
/ Approved moving the first July
meeting to Wednesday, July 7, be-
cause the county offices will be
closed on Monday, July 5, for the
holiday


County


discusses


Pine Run


rat woes

JIM CLARK
Editor

Two neighbors in Pine Run,
backed by a number of other resi-
dents, appeared before the Mar-
ion County Commission Tuesday
to complain about the delay in ac-
tion taken to clear their area of
rats.
The men said that a homeowner
who was "hoarding" items, which
they labeled as junk, was respon-
sible. His house is being cleaned
up, they said, but only after a pro-
tracted attempt to get things done.
Larry Chrisman of Southwest
101st Place said that despite the
cleanup "we still have a problem
of rats."
He said he had to replace a cou-
ple of expensive wires on his car
and parts of lawnmowers and
weeding machines because of the
rats.
"When you can't walk out your
door and you have this fear of rats
biting you..." he said as his voice
tailed off.
"We cannot be prisoners in our
own homes. We can't sit outside at
night because we don't know
where the rats are and when they
are coming."
Commissioner Jim Payton, who
originally put the item on the
agenda, noted that "They have had
a problem for some time."
He added that code enforce-
ment and the health department
has been out there more than
once.
"There seems to be a hole in the
process because code enforce-
ment has not been able to issue a
citation."
Payton had checked into the ci-
tation process, but said, "They re-
ported to me it does not meet the
PLEASE SEE RATS, PAGE 3


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2 Friday, May 21, 2010


Library needs volunteers LEND


Get on-board the Li-
brary Express proj-
ect and help provide
storytime for pre-school
and day care center age
children around the
county The project helps
children who may not be
able to access traditional
library storytimes benefit
from the one-on-one atten-
tion that a loving volunteer
reader can provide. All vol-
unteers must pass a full


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background screening and
will receive training from
children's librarians.
Schedules and locations do
vary For more information
on how to get on board the
Library Express, contact
Cate O'Brien at 352-368-
4502 or e-mail her at
Cate.O'Brien@marion-
countyfl.org.
Ocala Recreation and
Parks
Missing those grandchil-


dren? Here's an opportu-
nity to have fun with the
wee ones for a few hours a
month. For persons who
love working with children,
pre-school and younger,
Ocala Recreation and
Parks have lots of opportu-
nities. Contact Diane Leaf
at 352-401-3916 or e-mail
her for more information
at dleaf@ocalafl.org.


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Burglary nets guns

and money for thief


D deputies are investi-
gating a burglary of COP
a home that netted
the thief a small amount of
money and two firearms.
The incident took place at were st
Southwest 52nd Terrace in recover
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In other incidents re- in anac
ported: / Jos
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venile, were accused of Ocala,
burglary after a residence tail pet
at Southwest 150th Street dent at
in Dunnellon was broken the th
into. Chris Casey Bryant, cleaned
18, of Southwest 158th c Fre
Lane, Dunnellon, was ac- Southv
caused of burglary, and Ocala,
Michael Allen Gibbs, 15, of 16, of
Southwest 29th Court were
Road, Ocala, was accused theft a
of residential burglary work tr
/ Deputies investigating Southw
the apparent theft of two Road.
personal watercraft on / Jos
Southwest 112th Place tin, 30,
Road in Whispering Pines Court,
later discovered that the of DUI
items had been repos- on Stat
sessed. ing to
/ Deputies are investi- lane. A
gating a burglary of The after fa
Mulch and Stone Empo- etytest
rium on Southwest State sults w
Road 200 in which a moreth
pickup truck and items the leg;


olen. The truck was
red several days
after it was involved
accident in Lake City
;ey N. Boone, 27, of
vest 59th Street,
was accused of re-
it theft after an inci-
SWalmart involving
eft of a vacuum
ddrick Benton, 17, of
vest 100th Lane,
and Teofilo Deaza,
the same address
accused of grand
auto after after a
uck was stolen from
vest 112th Place
seph Stephen Mar-
of Southwest 46th
Ocala, was accused
after being stopped
e Road 200 for fail-
maintain a single
after being arrested
iling the field sobri-
;, his breath test re-
ere 0.288 and 0.298,
ian three times over
al limit of.08.


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Most wanted
Keith
Beaulieu,
29, capias,
DUI im-
pairment.




Wayne
Council, 22,
warrant, re-
tail petit -
theft, order
to take into
custody
criminal
mischief.

Annie
Mae Davis,
44, viola-
tion of pro-
bation,
petit theft.




Dwight
Edwards,
34, writ of
bodily at-
tachment,
child sup-
port, two
counts.

Karen
Pickering,
30, order to
take into
custody,
driving
while li-
cense sus-
pended or
revoked or
canceled.
Judy
Aileen
Scott, 40,
order to
take into
custody, no
motor vehi-
cle registra-
tion,
altered li-
cense plate validation
sticker, felon warrant
dealing in stolen property,
grand theft, falsification of
ownership to pawn broker.


West Marion

Moose Lodge

10411 S.W 110th St
Members and qualified
guests only
Friday, May 21: Must
have tickets
Roast chicken starting at
5 p.m.
Sally Lanwah, Vegas im-
personator 6:30 p.m.
Saturday, May 22: Spe-
cialty sandwich 12:30 to 4
p.m.
Monday, May 24: LOOM
general meeting 7 p.m.
Tuesday, May 25: Wings
or shrimp at 5 p.m.
Thursday, May 27: Lunch
special 12 to 2 p.m.
Cards at 1 p.m., bowling
at 6 p.m., Wii and shuffle-
board at 7 p.m.


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Friday, May 21, 2010 3


PURPLE
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1
the Relay for Life was on
display.
The Day of Purple is in
support of the American
Cancer Society's Relay for
Life, this Friday evening,
May 21.
At 2nd Chance Consign-
ment shop in Jasmine
Plaza, Peggy Bradshaw and
Debbie Jones had changed
their window theme to re-
flect clothing in shades of
purple and lavender.
Nearby at Sit N' Pretty,
Geri Silvestri and Lisa
Casey displayed touches of
purple around their front
room and they both
dressed in shades of pur-


RATS
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1
threshold of a citation."
"It's only being cleaned
up because this group of
people was tenacious.
Willard Higgins, who
lives across the street from
Chrisman, said, "We were
displaced by a neighbor
who was allowed to create
an infestation.
"At least two blocks from
this house, rats have been
running down the road."
The county officials
agreed they would review
the process to see if action
could be taken sooner if
such a situation arises
again.

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ple. Even a few dogs,
groomed that day, were fin-
ished with lavender rib-
bons when appropriate.
A bouquet of lavender
and white flowers were on
display at Studio 200 and
the stylists worn shirts in
various shades of purple
for the day
Besides decorating each
merchant also offered foot-
prints in memory or in
honor of those with cancer
to their customers for a do-
nation.
This year's relay for life
is at Liberty Middle School.
Seventeen teams will be
represented at the event.
Cancer survivors are in-
vited to walk the first lap of
the relay at 6 p.m. Every-
one is invited to come
cheer on the walkers and
participant in the various
fundraising opportunities.


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Kiwanis

donation
Friendship Kiwanis Club
has made annual dona-
tions to the Ronald Mc-
Donald House since 1991
as thanks for their contri-
butions to weekly club
meetings. Established dur-
ing 1974 in Philadelphia
to provide lodging and
encouragement to par-
ents of hospitalized chil-
dren, there are now 88
Ronald McDonald Houses
worldwide.The nearest is
on Southwest 16th Av-
enue in Gainesville. In the
photo, Friendship Kiwanis
president Dick Kirby pres-
ents a check to Richard
Croteau, supervisor of Mc-
Donald's at 8240 State
Road 200.

PHOTO BY ROG PATTERSON


If you have chest pain, don't hesitate. Call 911 immediately. It could be
a heart attack.

Fortunately, the Chest Pain Team at Munroe Regional Medical Center is
always ready for you. 24/7. Munroe is one of only 12% of hospitals in the
United States to be recognized as an Accredited Chest Pain Center by the
Society of Chest Pain Centers and is the only Accredited Chest Pain
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Community calendar


Saturday May22
Share pickup is Saturday
Share food order pickup for Ocala West United
Methodist Church will be on Saturday, May 22, from 9
a.m. to 11 a.m. at 9330 S.W 105th St. You may also be able
to place orders for June. Additional sign-up days will be
on Saturday, June 5 and Wednesday, June 9.
For more information, go to www.shareflorida.org or
call 352-861-0904.
Sons of Italy to have barbecue
The Sons of Italy will have a free open house barbe-
cue on Saturday, May 22, from noon to 3 p.m., at the Fra-
ternal Order of Police Lodge 145, which is just east of
Airport Road (60th Avenue) at 5675 W State Road 40 in
Ocala.
The group is trying to attract new members. Being of
Italian descent is not a requirement; non-Italians can be-
come social members.
Hamburgers, hot dogs, sodas, snacks and other items
will be served at the free barbecue. For information, con-
tact Vincent Cannatella at 352-236-3069.


St Jude annual barbecue set
The annual barbecue of St. Jude Catholic Community
is planned for Saturday, May 22, at 5:30 p.m. in the Parish
Hall at 443 Marion Oaks Drive in Marion Oaks. A menu
consisting of hamburgers, hot dogs, coleslaw and potato
salad is planned.
Take-outs available as usual. Tickets may be obtained
before and after the weekend Masses or by calling Linda
at 352-854-7501.
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The South Marion Citizen is a free community newspaper covering
news of communities in southwest Marion County including Oak Run,
Pine Run, Palm Cay, On Top of the Word, Kingsland Country Estates,
Countryside Farms, Marion Landing, Majestic Oaks, Hidden Lake,
Woods and Meadows Estates, Paddock Farms, Saddle Oak Club, Deer
Creek, Cherrywood Estates, Hardwood Trails, Candler Hills, Country
Oaks, and Harvest Meadows, among others.
Postmaster: Entered asThird Class Matterat the post office in Ocala,
Fla., 34477.
Problems getting the Citizen: If your community is listed above and
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ting the paper from boxes around the S.R. 200 Coridor, call 854-3986
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8810 S.W. State Road 200, Suite 104, Ocala, FL 34481
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SCirculation Barbara Jaggers
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*Advertising Sales -Tom Rapplean and Susie Mirabile
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Deadline for news:
Friday 1 p.m. the week before publication.
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Community news and photos must be received by Friday the week before
publication. Mail and photos may be left at the Citizen office in Kingsland
Plaza. All contributions are subject to editing for clarity, taste, and style.


Charity bike ride
A ride to benefit hospice will take place for the third
year on May 22.
The 30 or 62-mile ride will start at Hospice near the
Paddock Mall. The sponsor is Dr. Pollack at Ocala Eye.
For a registration form go to active.com or the Hospice
website.
Sunday May 23

Thrivent bowl-a-thon
On Sunday, May 23, from 3 to 6 p.m. at the Galaxy West
Bowling Lanes, 1818 S.W 17th St., Ocala, there will be an
opportunity for fun as well as a benefit for Habitat for
Humanity. Thrivent Builds is a project that has part-
nered with Habitat for Humanity to raise funds for the
building of houses for selected families. Thirteen
Lutheran churches in Marion County are participating
to contribute to the total cost of the project.
All are invited to this worthwhile event. For further in-
formation, contact Theresa Feeley at 352-237-9014.
Tuesday May 25

United Focus Group
David Gibbs, III, Esq. of the Gibbs Law Firm in Semi-
nole, will be the guest speaker. All Cherrywood Estates
homeowners are invited to attend. The meeting will start
at 6 p.m. at the Ocala Hilton.
Friday May28
Masonic High 'Telve Club to meet
The Greater Ocala Masonic High Twelve Club 665 will
hold its regular monthly meeting on Friday May 28, at 11
a.m. at the Elks Club, 702 N.E. 25th Ave.

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The group will welcome the state officers of the or-
ganization. It should be interesting to see what the offi-
cers have in mind for the improvement of the state
Masonic High Twelve Club.
There will be a buffet lunch for $12 per person.
All Master Masons and guests are invited. Reserva-
tions are required. Telephone Bob Brady at 352-854-9612
for reservations or further information.
Saturday May29
Stirrups and Stilletos fashion show
The Florida Thorobred Fillies presents Stirrups and
Stilettos annual charity fashion show of seasonal and
equine wardrobes. The event will be hosted by the
Golden Ocala Golf and Equestrian Club, 8359 N.W 31st
Lane Road, on Saturday, May 29, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
There will be a silent auction, raffle, luncheon and
fashion show. The cost is $40 per person. There is lim-
ited seating, and a cash bar will be available.
For tickets and information, call Jami at 352-361-8718
or Beth at 352-401-0008.
Plant sale planned at Extension Service
Add some splendor to your yard with native and
Florida-friendly plants at the Marion County Master
Gardeners' summer plant sale on Saturday, May 29, at
the UF/IFAS Marion County Extension Service (2232
N.E. Jacksonville Road, Ocala). The sale will start at 9
a.m. and will last until 2 p.m. (or until sold out).
Native and Florida-friendly plants are well-suited to
Marion's climate and have proven records of succeeding
in the area. Choose from spring and summer-flowering
perennials, vines and shrubs at the event as well as
shade and fruit trees. Attendees can also buy rain bar-
rels or environmentally-friendly melaleuca mulch.
Admission is free. For additional information, please
call Marion County Extension Service at 352-671-8400.


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Monday May31

Local students at Memorial Day event

A Memorial Day event will take place at Highland Me-
morial Park, 1515 N.E. 3rd St., Ocala, from 11:30 a.m. to
3 p.m.
This year's event includes the second annual essay
contest awards ceremony, Avenue of Flags display, mili-
tary and first-responder vehicle display, a community
patriot concert by Norman Lee Schaffer, and a rock wall,
gyro ride, inflatable slide, choo-choo, and free food and
beverage.
Admission is free, but please bring a canned food do-
nation for Vets Helping Vets.
Hammett Bowen Elementary School students will be
part of ceremonies at noon and at 1:10 p.m.

Veterans Association has dinner

On Monday, May 31, Memorial Day, the Oak Run Vet-
erans Association is having a dinner at 6:30 at the Orchid
Club.
Guests will have a choice of meat loaf or chicken.
Ticket sales will be May 11, 13, 16 and 25 in the Lobby
Price for members is $13 and for non members and
guests the cost will only be $14 per person. This is a time
to honor all the brave men and women who have fought
and our fighting for our freedom.



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Sunday June 6

Huggins in concert at Nazarene Church

Lindsay Huggins will be singing in concert on Sunday,
June 6 at 10:30 a.m. at the Ocala Church of the Nazarene,
5884 S.W 60th Ave., Ocala, 352-861-0755. Her powerful
testimony will bless you.

Friday June 11

Literacy book club meets

At a recent Marion County Literacy Council Book Club
meeting, Billie Gabel was welcomed as a new member.
Books for the next four months are as follows:
June 11: The Girl with a Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Lars-
son Facilitated by Barbara.
July 9: The Help by Kathryn Stockett Facilitated by
Cathy
Aug. 13: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone byJ. D.
Rowlings Facilitated by Billie.
Sept. 10: The Constant Princess by Philippa Gregory
Facilitated by Kathy
The group meets at the Literacy Council office on the
second Friday of the month at 10 a.m., 2677 N.W 10th St.
Suite 1A, Ocala.
Phone number is 352-690-7323.




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Monday June 14

Overview of Type 2 (adult) diabetes

Nancy Gal, Extension Agent IV with the University of
Florida/IFAS and Marion County Extension, will pres-
ent a two-part series on adult diabetes, what it is and
how to manage it. The first session will be on Monday,
June 14 at 2 p.m. at St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, Ben-
son Hall and the second session will be Monday, July 12
at 2 p.m.
For further information call 352-629-5948. The church
is at 3453 N.E. Silver Springs Blvd, Ocala.

Friday June 25

Democrats host canteen-era dance

The Marion County Democratic Party is hosting a
fundraising canteen-era dance. The fundraiser will be
held on Friday, June 25, at The American Legion, located
at Tuscawilla Park, 516 N.E. Sanchez Ave., Ocala. The
event will run from 7 to 11 p.m. There will be a $15 per
person donation requested and tickets can be purchased
by calling the Marion County Democratic Party Head-
quarters office at 352-402-9494, Sally Smith at 352-390-
3472 or Georgette Mottl at 352-694-5872. All those in
attendance will be asked to write a letter to a soldier for
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6 Friday, May 21, 2010


Pancake breakfast delayed a week


OAK RUN


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Dress is country/casual.
Don't miss out on this
evening of good food and
fun. Buy your tickets on
Monday, May 24 or May 31,
at the Orchid Club from 9
to 11 a.m. Cost for members
is $13 and $15 for guests.
Oak Run Travel
Carol Ann Mark your calendars
Wheeler now to save the date of
Monday, May 24. At 9 a.m.
at the Island Club you can
sign up for the fantastic
'Venetian Passage" cruise
which sails from Oct. 18 to
the pan- Nov 6, 2011. This cruise is
Sthe pan- for Oak Run residents and
ake place their overnight guests only
aturday, to- You will fly to Venice, Italy,
2 However, spend a day there and go
th only, the on to stop at Naples/Capri,
akfast will Rome (Civitavecchia), Flo-
the last Sat- rence/Pisa (Livorno), Italy
from 8to You'll stop at Cannes,
hid Club. As France, Barcelona, Spain,
e beginningLisbon, Portugal, and the
ea Day week- Azores Islands (Ponta Del-
o wear red gada). A transatlantic
e to remem- cruise will return you to
have givenFort Lauderdale. The ship
r country is the Ruby Princess and
tes countrylub the cost including airfare
sites Club starts at $2,298 for an in-
ountry Hoe- side cabin. A $700 deposit
muntry Hoe-
meeting on per person will reserve
.m. at Palm your place on this ship at
join usand the May 24 meeting. If you
e time. Ours an need additional informa-
ner will in- tion, come to the meeting
porkbeefor call Bob or Cindy
pork, salad Kocher.
dto salad, We are at 3 balls and 2
d delicious strikes for the New York
g. For your Yankees game on Wednes-
d dancing day, Sept. 15. We have three
e "Countrg tickets remaining to make
vel vaety this game a go. The game is
tvely varietyjust before the playoffs and
certain you. should be an exciting one.


Call Joanne Misener or
Connie Smith to get one of
these three remaining tick-
ets.
There is just one ticket
remaining for the musical,
"Chicago," on Sunday, June
6. Call John and Janet
Madsen to get on this trip.
The Tampa Bay History
Center trip has been
changed to Saturday, Aug.
14, so that we can have an
escorted trip through the
restored 1928 movie the-
atre. Lunch will be at the
wonderful Columbia Cafe.
The cost is just $31 so call
Bob and Norma Richards
to reserve.
Motorcycle Club
The regular monthly
meeting scheduled for
Monday, May 17, had to be
rescheduled to Monday,
May 24, at 7 p.m. because
several members were
away on a trip to Key West.
Our breakfast ride on
Tuesday, May 25, is to
Pearl's Restaurant and
Country Store in Micanopy
From there we will ride to
Hawthorne to visit Mar-
jorie Rawlings State Park.
We meet at 8:30 a.m. in the
Palm Grove Fitness Center
parking lot. For more in-
formation, call Rod George
at 352-854-8721.
Do You Remember?
Tune in channel 12 for
Len Teitler's presentation
of the May, 2009, Hawaiian
luau with the New York
Club, narrated by Anna
Boodee. The program airs
daily following "FYI" at 9
a.m. and 7 p.m. from May
21 to May 28.


Pen Del Mar Club
Be sure to put Thursday,
June 17, on your calendar
for Pen Del Mar's Tropical
Paradise Party to be held
at Palm Grove from 5:30 'til
9:30 p.m. A luau style meal
catered by Royal Oaks will
include barbecued pork,
chicken, potato salad, slaw,
rolls and dessert. Sorry, no
poi! BYOB.
We will be entertained
by the Steel Band Ensem-
ble, a return visit from this
energetic and talented
group. A ticket sale will
take place on Thursday,
June 3, from 9 to 11 a.m. at
the Orchid Club. We look
forward to seeing all of our
members and their guests
for this fun event. For more
information consult your
upcoming Pen Del Mar
flyer or call Bonnie at 352-
291-7599.
How to prevent/deal with
identity theft
Here are some impor-
tant tips furnished by Phil
Shane:
Do not sign the back of
your credit cards. Instead,
put "Photo ID Required."
When writing checks to
pay your credit card ac-
count, do not put the com-
plete account number on
the "For" line. Instead, just
put the last four numbers.
The credit card company
knows the rest of the num-
ber, and anyone who might
be handling your check as
it passes through all the
check processing channels
won't have access to it from
just the check.
Never have your Social
Security number printed
on your check. Consider


not having your phone
number printed either.
The less information you
have on the check, the bet-
ter.
Take all important cards
out of your wallet and pho-
tocopy them on both sides.
Keep the copy in a safe
place at home. In case your
wallet goes missing you
will know what was taken
and will have the account
numbers and phone num-
bers to call and report or
cancel. Similarly, make a
copy of your passport and
keep it in a separate place
with the above mentioned
photocopies while travel-
ing.
If you are unfortunate
enough to have your wallet
stolen, be sure to file a po-
lice report immediately in
the jurisdiction where
your wallet was stolen.
This will prove to credit
providers you were dili-
gent. It is also very impor-
tant that you immediately
call the national credit re-
porting organizations and
place a fraud alert on your
credits cards. (Equifax at 1-
800-525-6285, Experian at
1-888-397-3742, Tran-
sUnion at 1-800-680-7289)
The alert means any com-
pany that checks your
credit knows your informa-
tion was stolen and they
must contact you by phone
before authorizing new
credit.
Also call the Social Secu-
rity fraud line number (1-
800-269-0271).
ORWGA Winners
Thursday, May 13, the
Oak Run Women's Golf As-
sociation played a low net


tournament at Spruce
Creek Golf Course. The
winners were: Flight A -
Connie Bingham, Marti
Babb and June Dickbernd;
Flight B -Annette Carini,
Kate Lott and Linda Noel;
Flight C Norma Erick-
son, Sylvia Nagy and Sue
Elie; and Flight D Pat
Tarman, Evelyn Exell and
Pat Anderson.
The winner of the "Clos-
est to the Pin" competition
was Karen Schuelke and
our "Chip In" champ was
Connie Bingham. The
ladies enjoyed another fun
day on the course.
Royal Oaks Men's Golf
On May 14, the game was
three best net. Virgil Hein
announced the winners:
First place was won by
Jim Lacey, Bob Gildea,
John Maitland and a blind.
Coming in second were
Bob Saulberg, John O'Neil,
Don Aubrey and Richard
Berbig. In a tie for third
place were the teams of
Bob Stover, Paul Cola-
truglio, Tom Morris, Bruce
Drake and Al Prachel,
Keith LeMasters, Mike
Madill and a blind fifth
place was captured by Hal
Loomis, Bill Start, Ed Sim-
nowitz and a blind.
Closest to the Pin on the
white tees was Paul Cola-
truglio, who won both flags.
Red tees winner was
Steve Szabo.
ROMGA has gained 15
new members during the
recent membership drive.
Good luck to all and wel-
come to all our new mem-
bers.

PLEASE SEE OAK RUN, PAGE 16


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* Restrictions apply to private wells and pumps, ground or
surface water and water from public and private utilities.
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The Star Realtors of Marion County
0x


Lynn Shiflett #1 Team Partners
286-6217 Pat McCullough
299-6688
Charlie Taksaian


Lou Serago
Broker/Associate
804-0159


John Kapioski Louise Pace JoAnn Sallie
208-1635 361-4312 Flickinger Saunders
624-2775 425-9510


Dennis Witzgall
615-8794
JaeAnn Witzgall
615-8731


Peggy The Doughertys Lois Lane Stimmel Jim Petticrew
Simpson Patty 502-3096 Property Mgr. Brooks Team Broker/Manager
208-6554 Bill 425-8212 789-4516 Pat 895-5160 216-5852
Jerry 274-0930


Congratulations
To Our Top
Agents of the Month
Of April
Pat Stimmel
& Jerry Brooks


txquisite uoral reat Room. Designer CBS 2/2/2 beautiful 18" tile throughout,
in great room. Overlooks pond & 18th
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$187,900 MLS #335155 $129,000 MLS# 341190
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Lot and close to the Palm Grove Club. 2/2 + Den.
ONLY $149,900 !! MLS# 336601 Maps and directions at the gates.
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retirement communities
for the Young at Heart!


Pat
1 895-5160


WOW!!! A beautiful Hampton model. Perfect in all 4 corners 1219 sq. ft. 2/2/1.5,
corner lot. All appliances updated in '07. 30 yr. roof '08. A must see.
MLS #339611 $104,500
Directions: St. Rd. 200 west to main entrance Oak Run CC. Right 83 Ave. Rd.
Left on 116 St. Home on left.


Jerry
274-0930


t62zb WV 11 street
1st Class 3/2/2 Monaco on Fla. Greenway. Upgrades are unbelievable!
Fireplace in LR, Fla. Rm. Under heat & air.
Directions: SW Hwy 200 into main gate. Right on 70 Ct. (Golfview), left
on 72 Cir., right on 117 St. Home on right. $284,000 MLS# 339089


2/2/2 CBS w/1390 sq. ft. under heat & air. Corner lot, split bdrm plan,
newer A/C & exterior paint, pull out shelves in cabinets & More.
$134,900 MLS# 328401
JoAnn Flickinger 624-2775


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Let me help you navigate
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Call Sallie Saunders
@ 425-9510


Wow! On the golf course, freshly
painted outside, new carpet &
flooring. Lanai could be used as den
w/new French doors. Maintained Lot.
$149,000. MLS# 340706
Call the Dougherty's
Patty 502-3096 or Bill 425-8212


"#1 TEAM Partners"
Pat & Charlie
299-6688
207-9588
We are your
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We Live, Work & Play Here!
The Perfect Place to Live,
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w/hot tub, fireplace living room, gated
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Dennis 615-8731


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gorgeous enclosed Florida room,
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OPINION


C IT IZ E N

E D IT O R I A L



Fighting cancer

It was back in the mid 1980s that a doctor in Tacoma,
Washington, wanted to raise funds to make people
aware of the fight against cancer
He was a marathon runner, so he took to the local track
and ran around it for hours, getting pledges for funds as he
did so.
Thus, the Relay for Life was born.
The activity has spread across the entire country. Indeed,
we have several right here in Marion County.
The last of the local events starts tonight (Friday) at Lib-
erty Middle School.
Organizers get teams of local individuals, usually from
clubs, churches and businesses, to walk all night. One mem-
ber of each group is supposed to be on the track at all times.
There is a special start to the event at 6 p.m. when sur-
vivors take a lap, dressed in purple to designate their sta-
tus. That's why last week's Day of Purple was significant.
Later, after dark, there is an impressive luminaria cere-
mony, where lights are lit around the track in memory of
those who passed on.
While it's a little late to get a team organized, it's not too
late to go out there and help or just show your support. And
if you've been touched by cancer by either family or friends,
your presence at the two ceremonies will fill you with emo-
tion.
The fight against cancer is far from over. These people
are trying to get it to continue so that some day we may
eradicate this terrible disease. Please help.


L E T T E R S TO T H E E D ITO R

Donations for Fisher House see us make some donation to this
We, the members and officers of most worthy cause. We and all other
the Ocala 40&8 veterans group, are veterans will appreciate your sup-
happy to report that we have many port.
new members joining us and that Any questions, you may call me at
will surely help further our pro- 352-873-1831.
gram goals. Nathan Sokoloff
As reported here in prior weeks, Oeala
we have focused on the Fisher Afghanistan woes
House as the primary recipient of What kind of country are we
those programs. We have set up the when we promote foreign leaders
committee to find locations where like Hamid Karzai, the illegally
we can ask for the public's support elected leader of Afghanistan, and
of these efforts. It is our goal and also his brother, who is one of the
our hope that the public's support biggest drug dealers in their coun-
for the Fisher House will enable us try No one in our civilian or mili-
to allow parents, wives, children tary government trusts Karzi, who
and other family members to not only supports America when it is
only visit their veteran in the VA beneficial to him. Why can't our
hospital, but to stay for a visit with- military leaders see the tragic situ-
out any cost to them in a fine hotel- ation that they have put this coun-
like facility that is on the VA try in by supporting a leader who is
hospital grounds. bad for their country as well as
We are certain that the Tampa ours?
Fisher House and the new Fisher Why do we allow this crook to tell
House currently planned for our our country how many Americans
Gainesville VA hospital will make will be killed in protecting and al-
the recovery of these veterans not lowing him to stay in power? We
only faster but also complete in swallow his lies and allow his inac-
most cases. Family visits are the tion in cleaning up his country
best medicine for these patients. while Americans die each and
The Gainesville project is still in every day.
the funding stage, and, of course, all How does the rest of the world
donations for that facility are ap- look at us when we continue these
preciated. policies toward this rogue nation
In the very near future you will that is killing our allies at an ever-
see us at collection sites inthis area increasing rate? These countries
and we hope you support us when are leaving Afghanistan as fast as
you do see us and make your dona- they can because the body bags for
tion to this very important aid to their military is increasing day by
our veterans and their families. We day with little or no positive results.
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Blackouts and other Mets problems


-Jim
Clark

somewhere along the line,
somebody in charge gave
sports teams and leagues
permission to black out certain
games to people who buy special
packages. I'm not sure who did it,
but I wish that person or entity
would change its mind.
I'm going through withdrawal
symptoms today (Monday) after
spending the last four days watch-
ing my Mets play the Florida Mar-
lins, and being forced to listen to
Marlins announcers the whole
time.
Of course, what made it worse
was that the announcers gloated
all weekend, as the Marlins swept
the quartet of games from the vis-
iting New Yorkers.
In our house, we only pay for
one extra item on our cable sys-
tem, and that's the MLB Extra In-
nings plan, which gives you games
from all over the country, picking
up the telecasts from teams' local
areas.
That's how I get to see about 130

LETTER

Greed and profits
An 85-year-old widow, living on
a Social Security check, had her
house seized and sold at auction
last week. She had a villa in On
Top of the World and could not
pay her homeowners association
fees. The monthly fees had in-
creased from $115 to $397 over
the 20 years she lived in her
home. Her outstanding debt was
about $8,000. The homeowners
association initiated the foreclo-


or so Mets games in a 162-game
season, not counting the ones that
are on Fox or ESPN.
We don't get HBO, or Showtime,
nor do we view any movies "on de-
mand."
It's just baseball.
The teams are allowed to desig-
nate ZIP codes where the blackout
will be in effect. Since the Marlins
claim all of Florida as their mar-
ket, which is ridiculous, almost all
of the state is blacked out.
The theory is that you can watch
the game on the Marlins station,
which is fine, except when that sta-
tion doesn't reach our area. That
happened in April, when the Mar-
lins visited the Mets, and two of the
games were shown on Fox Sports
Florida only in South Florida.
Around here, we got a Magic bas-
ketball game for two nights.
Therefore, you couldn't watch
the game anywhere around here,
since the blackout was still in ef-
fect
Those blackout rules need
rewriting. Major League Baseball
needs to step in and determine a
mileage limit for blackouts. We're
at mile marker 350 on Interstate
75. That means it's more than five
hours to the Marlins ballpark.
So give us a break, MLB. Make
sure all the games are available to
those of us who pay extra for them.
We're also in the blackout area
for the Tampa Bay Rays, which
makes a little more sense, some-
times. Until last year, though, you


could hardly see the Rays at all,
because Cox Cable (my company)
refused to pick up the games that
were on Sun Sports and PAX TV
(now ION, which doesn't have the
games any more anyway). Because
of the Rays recent success, how-
ever, the company succumbed to
pressure and now almost all the
Rays' games are available.
Now, I'm just talking about base-
ball, but I'm sure these rules are
just as onerous to NFL fans, who
either have games blacked out on
satellite or have home games
blacked out on networks if they
aren't sold out At least baseball
hasn't gotten that greedy.
It isn't easy being a Mets fan
these days, but I'd still like to suf-
fer my way
At least this week, I'm going to
do something TV rules can't take
away from me. On Thursday, Fri-
day and Saturday, I'm going to
Lakeland to watch the Tigers'
Class A Florida State League team
play host to the St. Lucie Mets (ac-
tually, I should be there by the time
you read this). Maybe I'll even get
to see Carlos Beltran in a rehab as-
signment as his knee improves.
No blackouts to fret about when
you're sitting in a box seat.
Of course, now I have to worry
about rain.
Jim Clark is the editor of the
South Marion Citizen. He can be
reached at editor@smcitizen.com
or 352-854-3986.


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sure and a lawyer bought the villa
for $100.
Assuming a nominal check of
around $800 per month, this lady
was trying to exist on about
$10,000 a year. The Feds define
the national poverty level for one
person living alone to be $10,830.
Anyone earning more than $5 per
hour has more income than she
has and anyone taking in more
than $20 million made more in
one hour than she does in a year.


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The priorities and techniques
for the distribution of our na-
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have long since destroyed any
concern for the common good.
Our national motto should be;
"Get as much as you can, as fast
as you can, for as long as you can."
This country isn't going to hell in
a hand basket, it's already there.
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OPINION Friday, May 21, 2010 9


RIGHT DOWN THE


CORRIDOR


Obama protrays himself as larger than life


Robert E.
Beckner


was about a report
that French President
Nicolas Sarkozy quoted say-
ing some rather uncompli-
mentary things about Obama
as well as mentioning things
that Obama had recently
done to 10 countries that had
Sarkozy of the opinion that
Obama and his "regime"
were being very hurtful to
America and our people
through his actions to our al-
lies.
Since there have been
statements made that some,
or a lot, of Americans also
had opinions of Obama that
left much to be desired, we
felt they should be looked
into, to just see how bad they
were. The following com-
ments are what we found:
The statements certainly
were reportedly negative but
nowhere near what Sarkozy
said. However, it is worri-
some that people think the
person claiming to be our
president is thought to be-
have in a manner discon-
nected from reality, that he is
shocked when someone has
the audacity to question him.
Obama acts like his word is
infallible and he believes
that he can say whatever he
wants and not reap the con-
sequences or be forced to de-
fend his empty assertions.
Obama distorts the truth with
such frequency that one must
start to question if he ever re-
alizes he is telling an untruth
or is so disassociated from
the truth that he believes


what he says.
Obama sees himself as the
greatest man to be president
of all times. He truly believes
it when he said, "we are the
ones we have been waiting
for" and "this is the moment
when the rise of the oceans
began to slow and the planet
begins to heal." He believes
he can do anything he
pleases and the people will
love him for it. Obama clearly
plans to radically transform
this country and go down in
history as, in his mind, the
greatest ever.
Such comments come from
normal Americans as well as
people whose names are eas-
ily recognized, such as Steve
Kroft of 60 minutes, who says
during an interview of
Obama he questioned him
about the economic down-
turn and people losing their
life savings and Obama just
started laughing and just
kept laughing, to the point
Kroft stopped him and
asked, "are you punch
drunk?" How will American
people react to seeing their
president laugh off their
predicament? Obama's inap-
propriate laughter clearly
demonstrated he has lost
touch with the pain that peo-
ple are feeling.
Obama portrays himself as
the larger-than-life figure
towering above the political
fray At the summit Obama
called to discuss his health
care package to get it through
Congress, he acted as if he
were the Chief Arbiter of
Truth. Then, with petty in-
sults for all America to see,
he repeatedly slapped down
Republican proposals and
audaciously claimed his was
the "bi-partisan bill" which
obviously it wasn't at all, just
look at the polls.
Another of Obama's delu-
sions of grandeur also oc-
curred on TV when asked
what grade he would give his
presidency in its first year


and he gave himself a "good
solid B plus." He further said
when his health care bill was
passed he would rate an "A."
He just doesn't live in the
same reality as the rest of
America. Another noted
name, Charles Krauthammer
wrote, "Not that Obama con-
siders himself divine, he sim-
ply sees himself as merely
Messianic, or at worse, Apos-
tolic." But he does position
himself as hovering above
mere mortals, mere country,
to gaze benignly upon the
darkling plain beneath him
where ignorant armies clash
by night, blind to the com-
mon humanity that only he
can see."
Another famous name,
Newt Gingrich, possibly our
next real president, is quoted
as saying, "Obama is poten-
tially the most dangerous
(president) because he so
completely misunderstands
reality." He was referring to
Obama's inept and weak
stance on missile defense,
among other things.
There are numerous other
Obama acts that are bizarre,
such as when he was asked
by an audience member how
he could justify raising taxes
for Obamacare during a re-
cession, when citizens are al-
ready overtaxed and Obama
came out with a bizarre and
meandering 17 minutes,
2,500 words. His reply was
wildly inappropriate and left
the audience stunned and
led Commentator Charles
Krauthammer to mockingly
say, "I don't know why you
are so surprised, it's only
nine times longer than the
Gettysburg address by Abe
Lincoln." This lapse of delu-
sion occurred in front of a
friendly crowd.
Then we have the opening
baseball game for the Wash-
ington Nationals and after he
threw out a very weak toss to
home plate, he was in the
press booth talking to the


STA N G


press and he said the Chicago
White Sox was his favorite
team when growing up, but
he was unable to name even
one player by name and
when pressed he hemmed
and hawed for 30 seconds or
so before admitting the As
were actually his favorites.
Yet once again he wasn't able
to name any players by name.
These are just instances to
show he can say what he
wants but not be expected to
reap any consequences.
This information was
mainly gathered by Western
Journalism, Floyd and Mary
Beth Brown and later it was
analyzed by Roger Simon of
PFTV Media. Some citizens,
a lot of them just feel it's not
that he's the victim of any
mental problems, but he's
just not an American, didn't
grow up in America or go to
our schools. His whole family
is Muslim and that's how he
was brought up. His friends
by choice were all Socialist,
Marxist or Communists, he
says so (read his books) so he
has never thought like Amer-
icans and thus he wants to
change America as he thinks
it should be. Too many Amer-
icans are rich and he wants
to redistribute their money
to the poor and immigrants,
legal or not. Everyone to his
thinking is entitled to a
house, free health care and


free schooling and even free
food, and he'll even tell you
what to eat and where to eat
it. Is that what you want in
your future and for your chil-
dren's future?
Obama while speaking at a
financial regulatory reform
rally in Quincy, Illinois, re-
cently, his revealing and clar-
ifying words of his control
freak administration came
out when he said, "I think at
some point you have made
enough money" He gave his
peculiar definitions of what
he called, "The American
Way" and the profit motive,
"you can just keep on making
it if you're providing a good
product or providing good
service." It shows it's what
Obama and his imperial
overlords ordain that the
masses should have and
need, not what the people
desire and want themselves.
He clearly is lecturing on the
morality of salary caps for
everyone else.
If there were any doubts
left about Obama's ideologi-
cal commitment to wealth re-
distribution and a
command-end-control econ-
omy those doubts have been
thoroughly removed. Obama
presumes to know when you
have earned "enough," who
believes that only those who
provide what he deems,
"good products and services"


should "keep on making it"
and who has determined that
the role of American entre-
preneurs is not to pursue
their own self interest, but to
fulfill their "core" responsi-
bilities as dutiful growers of
the collective economy
It should be mentioned,
since the "lamestream"
media won't, that while
Obama was speaking in
Quincy, the local "SWAT
Team" showed up. There
were about 200 Tea Party
protesters present, mostly
senior citizens, all acting
peacefully Everyone asked
who called the SWAT team
out, but the Secret Service,
the CIA, local police all de-
nied it was them, so it must
have been the Obama protec-
tion group -to make the Tea
Party group look bad!
It's coming folks, if you
don't begin to take all
Obama's actions together as
a whole, when you think you
are seeing, try opening your
eyes and ears to the truth
and facts, you'll truly be
amazed at what is happening
to America!
Robert E. Beckner lives in
Majestic Oaks with his wife,
Sarah. He is a retired private
investigator and insurance
adjuster He has also been a
photographer and served
with the Military Police in
the Marine Corps.


Where's Dale Carnegie


when we need him?


W Wendy E.
Binnie


PEOPLE FIRST


President Obama inher-
ited failures which
were monumental.
The blood of thousands of
our men and women was
shed for lies and geld. The
president has some of the
best minds at work to get us
out of the trillions of dollars
in debt that the war in
Afghanistan and Iraq has
cost; a country invaded on a
lie.
Polite words for torture do
not fool anyone. The lawyers,
who gave their opinion (ren-
dition?) that'enhanced inter-
rogation' was legal, should be
disbarred. Hopefully we
have moved on from the fear
mongering ditto-heads of the
past and are trying to mend
the mistakes that were made.
However the American peo-
ple are going to be paying for
a long time; not for what
President Obama is trying to
fix, but for the previous blun-
ders. President Obama has a
vision for innovation; a huge
problem is will Congress fol-
low him? They must think
they got there by their own


cleverness and intelligence.
There is a finite amount of
oil, when it's gone it's gone.
We have not seen the last of
four dollar a gallon gas. Wind
energy and solar power will
free us from the stranglehold
of Big Oil. Big business and
low taxes for the most
wealthy was the hallmark of
the previous administration.
If all pay their fair share, we
can create new jobs in new
industries right here in
America instead of big busi-
ness shipping them to a for-
eign country Everyone has
their own opinion and politi-
cal affiliation, that's our
right, but when your presi-
dent is vilified even before
his first 100 days in office
that is more than just an
opinion.
Something is amiss with
the people these days. One
can't say a word to anyone
without hearing an en-
trenched position. They don't
want to discuss issues; they
predicate their arguments on
subjective considerations
and sound bites from 'last
night's television show.' It is
intriguing to note that it
doesn't decrease their belli-
cosity by an octave, this
wrangling and sometimes ha-
tred between Americans is
the worst it has ever been.
Universal health care will
have to be adopted diffi-
cult to say when, but common
sense says it must and will be
run by the unflappable civil
servants who run Medicare
and Social Security. And the
money will be collected in
the same way as those in
F.I.C.A. Then we'll need an


appointee to make sure no
administration can raid the
people's till.
In the past, we were argu-
mentative and you'd better
put up a pretty good defense
of your arguments; but at
least people would listen to
what you had to say without
turning all red and blustery
or getting into a fighting pos-
ture. People understood then
that there were facts. And
they tried to understand
them. Our arguments could
get rough but never abusive.
No cursing or threatening;
that was considered a bar-
barian tactic and weren't we
heads and shoulders above
that? We argued about every-
thing but then went out with
each other for coffee. That is
not the case today People
will fight over nothing and
you'd better not critique
their deeply held beliefs;
even if they are based on il-
lusion. In the past, we would
have no trouble being able to
critique such things; but,
today? Perhaps too touchy.
Even the writer of this in-
nocuous op/ed piece gets ex-
coriated, lambasted or
accused of being a 'commie'
or one of those 'pinko' liberal
types. It seems, in fact, that
we are reverting to primitive
times when compassion and
understanding and shared
values did not matter or did
not even exist.
You see it in everything.
Subtlety is dead. Culture
seems like its hanging on by
a string. Branding is all that
counts; ifyou wear the wrong
thing, it is proof that you are
PLEASE SEE WENDY, PAGE 10


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If you cheat on a diet, you may gain in the end.


f3w - -






10 Friday, May 21, 2010


Going on trial for murder


BOOK


In this seq
sumed
lawyer Ri
now elevated


who's a pit bull about the
case, wanting to bring
some glory to his shamed
boss. Not even the coro-
ner's report that Mrs.
Sabich had died of natural
causes can deter him.
Looking bad for Sabich
is that he waited 24 hours
Pat after finding his wife dead
Wellington before calling police.
Even he cannot explain
just why. Was he in shock?
Was he summoning up the
courage to tell their sensi-
tive son Nat the tragic
news?
uel to "Pre- Barbara had a long his-
Innocent," tory of being both bipolar
usty Sabich, and deeply depressed,
to appellate which meant her medi-


court judge, is once again
in trouble, this time for
the murder of his wife of
36 years, Barbara Bern-
stein Sabich. Twenty-two
years earlier Rusty was in-
dicted for the murder of
his lover and colleague
Carolyn Polhemus, but the
legal wizardry of his de-
fense attorney resulted in
his acquittal.
Prosecutor Tommy
Molto seemed perma-
nently damaged by the
verdict, but time has
changed him. He has
found love and family in
the interim and is too
happy a man now to re-
sume his hate/respect re-
lationship with Sabich.
And, after all, the evi-
dence is thin and circum-
stantial. It's his loyal
deputy, Jimmy Brand,


cine cabinet was a phar-
macy of lethal drugs if
taken carelessly. As Rusty
saw it Barbara's depres-
sion was not blue; it was
the blackest of black as
readers of Turow's earlier
novel will remember well.
Despite the sequel's ob-
vious merits, the rich
characters, Rusty's mean-
dering introspection and
wry humor, the novel
presents some problems
for readers. Turow must
shift back and forward in
time to bring us up to date
and there are changes in
point of view which all
begin to sound the same
after a while. Then the au-
thor withholds bits of in-
formation in order to
spring a surprise or two at
the end.


So the first third of the
book is a slow go, but once
Rusty's trial starts, real ac-
tion kicks in. Here's how
Rusty describes the
drama of anticipating the
next witness: "The pres-
ent instant, when the sides
change, with one lawyer
sitting and the opponent
coming to his feet, is the
law's equivalent of the
time between innings, a
moment of suspended an-
imation so far as the game
is concerned. The court
reporter's computer stops
clicking. The jurors shift
in their seats and scratch
what itches, and the spec-
tators clear their throats."
Turow is always a pleas-
ure to read and an educa-
tion to boot.


INNULtN I
by Scott Turow


WENDY
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 9
a lout; someone not to be
seen with. Good conversa-
tion is something from long
ago past. Comedy is slap-
stick and obvious and re-
pelling. Today, people who
go to see comics expect to
hear outlandish remarks
and every other word a
curse; they think that's
funny. We have been tread-
ing water in our society for a
long time. And some social
philosophers would try to
have us believe that we are
making headway. They say
we are the 'great melting
pot,' but it looks like we are
a lot of different people liv-
ing in isolated little en-
claves, not making the effort
to try to get to understand
one another.
Part of this lack of kinship

LETTER

It's time to open our eyes
What is really happening
in America? Obama can-
celed our 21st National
Day of Prayer, "not wanting
to offend anyone," how-
ever held one for thou-
sands of Muslims at
Capitol Hill three months
later. Does this suggest
anything to you? To really
know a person, you need to
examine his friends, asso-
ciates and his advisers, not
just what he says and does.
Where's the media, other
than Glenn Beck, to ques-
tion the verifiable radical
beliefs of his advisers,
based on their own words?


with our fellow Americans
has to do with a failed edu-
cational system which im-
pedes our ability to
understand and analyze in-
formation. Part of it is in our
slavish commitment to self-
entertainment and the pas-
siveness that accompanies
it. We are more isolated now
than ever. Everyone has
their own TVs and they run
off to private areas to watch
alone. What does this kind
of behavior suggest? This
doesn't auger well for the fu-
ture because as the French
philosophers told us, if we
can't find arguments that ra-
tionally defend our govern-
ment, it could be gradually
swallowed by something
else, corporatism, monar-
chism, or dictatorship. Right
now, listening to the parties
hacking it out and some of
the past rulers expounding
on their lopsided view of the


world, shall we ever retake
the high ground?
Yes, it is more than eco-
nomics, banking, housing,
it's how we think and deal
with each other as a people.
And it is not encouraging.
All of this could change. We
could find our better angels
and turn things around; but
the seraphim are faint,
scarcely heard. Even our
government seems content
to let all of the violations of
the Constitution and the Bill
of Rights go unquestioned.
We are living in an era that
we will have occasion to re-
visit from time to time be-
cause we have passed
through what at one time
were thought to be barriers
for our society; that is, if we
survive at all.
As I was saying.
Wendy England Binnie a
novelist and op/ed writer
lives in Oak Trace Villas.


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What direction are they
taking us, does it even mat-
ter? There are quotes from
some of them saying they
want to destroy our capi-
talistic system, bringing
down our economy, redis-
tributing our wealth, is this
the change that most
Americans want?
We ignore his telling us
the energy bill will result
in a family's energy cost
"skyrocketing" while he
pushes the newly named
American Power Act (cli-
mate change bill),which is
the biggest hoax in history
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high energy costs? It is de-
signed to make certain
people very rich and even
more powerful!
Health care passes de-
spite being rejected by 70
percent of Americans, and
now they admit the cost
will be substantially more
than projected and will re-
sult in some rationing. We
hear of 40,000 of us dying
every year due to lack of
health care. Where are
they? This doesn't happen
since no one is refused
health care (inquire at
Munroe Hospital). In addi-
tion, our Social Security
trust fund does not exist
and the baby boomers are
just becoming eligible.
Where's the money coming
from?
We bail out Greece with
money we don't have with-
out any guarantees it will
be paid back, the other Eu-
ropean countries are also
in financial trouble but we
still push for a global-
based economy We are
definitely in danger of los-
ing our sovereignty as we
move toward bankruptcy
What will we do then with
no money?
We now have Supreme
Court nominee, Elena
Kagan, who has no judicial
experience whatsoever
What qualifies her to be
appointed to the Supreme
Court? She apparently has
radical views that need to
be explored so I pray Con-
gress will address these
vital issues before placing
her on the High Court with
a lifetime appointment.
How does she feel about
"illegal" immigrants in our
country who have no right
to be here? Why not re-
quire all immigrants to
come into America legally,
no exceptions? Why would
Americans not support
this?
Many are now convinced
that the only hope for
America is to turn things
around at the ballot box in
November. Perhaps this is
the window of opportunity
that God is giving us before
allowing us to fall as he did
his chosen people through-
out biblical history Please
join me in praying that God
does continue to bless
America and that we will
turn back to him, and sur-
vive as a nation.
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Ocala


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Friday, May 21, 2010 11


The economy provides some laughing matter


Dick
Frank


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economy is recov-
ering. But Greece's
money is slipping and the
oil spill is killing the recov-
ery and everything under
the sea. The economy is cer-
tainly having its ups and
downs, probably caused by
all the financial yo-yos.
President Obama said the
federal government can no
longer spend taxpayers'
money like its monopoly
money Especially since mo-
nopoly money is now more
valuable than the dollar.


Stock Market Report
Helium was up. Feathers
were down. Paper was sta-
tionary Knives were up
sharply Pencils lost a few
points. Hiking equipment
was trailing. Elevators rose,
while escalators continued
a slow decline. Light
switches were off. Mining
equipment hit rock bottom.
Diapers remained un-
changed. Shipping lines
stayed at an even keel. Bal-
loon prices were inflated.
And batteries exploded in
an attempt to recharge the
market.
The famous jeweler,
Tiffany and Company, an-
nounced their fourth-quar-
ter profits were quadruple
what they were this time
last year. Experts say it's ei-
ther a sign the economy is
improving or more guys are
getting caught cheating.
I once borrowed against
my portfolio in order to play
the commodities market. I
invested heavily in artificial
butter, but the price
dropped. Not surprisingly, I
got a margarine call.


True Fizzle
A fast-food restaurant
chain acknowledged that
employees had manipu-
lated the results of their
restaurants' market test of a
frozen soda. When the tests
had gone badly, the soda
company paid off the em-
ployees to falsely inflate the
test results. The money
came from a slush fund.
Reservations
When tourists visit Amer-
ican-Indian reservations
most will buy a memento of
the traditional Indian cul-
ture. One enterprising In-
dian's price for wooden
dolls was much lower than
his competitors. On exami-
nation of his dolls they
found that where hard
wood was traditionally
used, this Indian would use
cheap pine on which he
glued thin pieces of fine
mahogany While he
claimed his dolls were still
authentic, his competitors
complained that it was only
a cheap Sioux veneer.
Ticker Tape
When it comes to the


economy, you have to give
America a lot of credit.
One thing about going
through foreclosure, it does
get you out of the house.
These days, the only time
politicians tell the truth is
when they call each other
liars.
They had a stable econ-
omy back in the horse and
buggy days.
If you hide your money in
the mattress, you'll have
something to fall back on.
Whenever I go near my
bank I get withdrawal
symptoms.
When it comes to saving
money, you've got to hand it
to the women.
A dry cleaner was in-
dicted for money launder-
ing. A deal is being ironed
out.
Doctors claim that we're
taller in the morning than
in the evening. We've all no-
ticed that we are shorter
around the end of the
month.
When he filled his wa-
terbed with beer, he ended
up with a foam mattress.


Until the volcano
erupted, investors in Ice-
land thought their money
was safe because it was in
cold storage. They would
have done better keeping it
in Alaska where they have
Fairbanks.
Banks with different
rates have a conflict of in-
terest.
Mergers for Recovery
The recent merger of
United and Continental Air
Lines, as well others like
the takeover of Merrill
Lynch by Bank of America,
is pointing the way to finan-
cial resurgence. More con-
solidations are expected.
Hale Business Systems,
Mary Kay Cosmetics, Fuller
Brush, and W R. Grace Co.
will merge and become
Hale, Mary, Fuller, Grace.
Grey Poupon and Docker
Pants are expected to be-
come Poupon Pants.
Polygram Records,
Warner Bros., and Zesta
Crackers join forces and be-
come Poly, Warner Cracker.
3M will merge with
Goodyear and become MM-


MGood.
Zippo Manufacturing,
Audi Motors, Dofasco, and
Dakota Mining will merge
and become ZipAudiDoDa.
FedEx is expected to join
its competitor, UPS, and be-
come FedUP
Knotts Berry Farm and
the National Organization
of Women will become
Knott NOW
Wholly Successful
Two recent college gradu-
ates were discussing their
status. One said, "I started
out on the theory that the
world had an opening for
me."
"And you found it?"
"Well, sort of," said the
first man. "I'm in the hole
now."
Well Spent
The Senate voted against
a plan to send a $250 check
to 57 million elderly people.
In the end, senators de-
cided not give them money,
because you know, they're
just going to spend it on
drugs.
Dick and his wife Jane
live in Oak Run.


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Friday, May 21, 2010 13


M Keep your golf carts off 80th Avenue


- June
lJL Roberta

OTOW


he shows at the H&R
Ballroom stopped a
month or so ago. Ex-
cept for the movie club, all
clubs will be having their
final meeting this month.
The season will begin
again in September We are
lucky that we still have the
classes at Master the Possi-
bilities. The exercise
classes are year round.
Now might be the time to


get in more reading, movie
going and checking out
what the city of Ocala has to
offer. Before we have a
chance to blink our eyes,
summer is over and the
new season begins. It seems
the more years we have on
earth the faster the years go
by
Important information
regarding golf carts
Recently it has been re-
ported that golf carts were
seen driving on 80th Av-
enue.
Residents are to be re-
minded that it is unlawful
to drive golf carts on or
across 80th Avenue to go to
Lowe's or Indigo East. Golf
carts are not allowed on
county streets or sidewalks.
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Your help is much appreci-
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there are opportunities in
the areas of art, computers
and health/wellness.
There's also a fascinating
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Finos, a presentation on an-
tiques and the Vivian Lee
movie series. With all this
going on I'm sure you'll find
something of interest.
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ter (8415 S.W 80th St.).
Enjoy a cup of coffee and
fresh baked pastry at the
new Bakery Cafe in the
Master the Possibilities fa-
cility. There are so many
reasons that this center for
lifelong learning is such a
benefit to all of us. Remem-
ber it is open to all. See you
there.
The Bakery Cafe
They are now open for
business from 8 a.m. to 3
p.m., Monday through Sat-
urday. The ownership is
French and German. They
are in the former Yalaha
Bakery location.
Made fresh daily are
breads, pastries, rolls, cook-
ies, sandwiches and more.
The Lions Club
On May 31, the OTOW
Lions Club will be sponsor-


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ing the Memorial Day ob-
servance at the Health and
Recreation Building In
front of the flag pole at 11
a.m. The Sunshine Singers
will be singing. Again, The
ROTC from West Port will
perform the flag ceremony
We will also be honoring
veterans from WWII.
Singles Club
They had their last meet-
ing of the season on May 13.
After the Pledge and
prayer, there was installa-
tion of new officers for the
coming season of 2010-11.
Our new president is Ellen
Hammill, one of our
younger and newer mem-
bers. She always does a fab-
ulous job in whatever
position she takes on.
As her first order of busi-
ness, she started the 90-
year club. One of our


members just became that
age. All members signed a
birthday card and gave it to
her.
Then we had an ice
cream social which also in-
cluded cookies. Close to 40
members enjoyed the en-
tertainment by the Golden
Troupers. They sang songs
and put on two skits. One of
their members wrote the
skits. They were quite
funny and unusual.
"And this too shall pass.."
June Roberta is retired
and lives in OTOW She en-
joyed a diverse career in-
cluding being a legal
secretary to a theatrical at-
torney on Madison Avenue.
Call her at 237-9208, or e-
mail OTOW news to her at
jroberta@cfl.rr com. Dead-
line is a week prior to Fri-
day's publication.


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Palm Cay residents view the Shuttle liftoff


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person is unbelievable. The
burn is 300 feet long so the
view is magnificent. From
Caro the park advantage (directly
across from the liftoff) you
Beaver can see the liftoff all the way
until the shuttle disappears
PALM into the clouds.
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drove from Virginia to see
the event and to spend some
time at the Kennedy Space
Center. Parking across the
street used to be free but now
the Flight Museum in Ti-
tusville is charging $20, so we
parked along the street. We
were lucky to find that spot.
We left Ocala at 7 a.m. and
arrived at the park at 9 a.m.
Our seats were still 50 feet
from the front of the park,
but we were under the shade
for a couple of hours. The
only disadvantage is leaving
the park. Do not be in a
hurry. We are planning to go
again on Sept. 16 for the next
liftoff. It is a trip everyone
should take at least once.
Diane Goodpaster
Potluck Dinner
Saturday, May 22, will be


our potluck dinner at Palm
Cay. We hope Palm Cay com-
munity members will come
and enjoy the good food and
the gathering of friends both
old and new. We look forward
to this one Saturday night a
month which offers a free
dinner, dessert, and bever-
age. You can't go wrong.
Hope to see you there.
Grace Potter
Hot dog luncheon
The monthly hot dog
luncheon will open at noon
on Wednesday, the 26th, for
the Palm Cay community to
take part and enjoy The
luncheon will be followed by
the monthly Palm Cay Home-
owner's Association com-
bined meetings.
Memorial Day observance
Palm Cay will observe Me-


morial Day on Monday, May
31, by getting together to
thank all our past veterans
who died defending our
country. We will celebrate
with the traditional picnic
and games at the Oasis.
Games will start at 10:30
a.m., followed by a memorial
program.
Lunch will be catered by
"Lee's Fried Chicken." There
is a choice of all dark meat or
all white for $7. After lunch,
we will have some games of
bingo with nice prizes.
You can purchase your
tickets at the Homeowners
meeting. Call Ada Murawski
for additional information.
Greeting card workshop
A greeting card workshop
will take place on May 22 in
the craft room starting at 2


p.m. We will be making cards
and a Make-and-Take with a
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t Recalling the battle with a coiled-up visitor


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recalls
ment in
quiet Preserv
hood some yea
a long while w
referred to ou
hood as the Wil
Just down
piece, many
living on 1381
Spruce Creel
refer to this s


"Wild Kingdom" in honor
of the neighborhood men
who came, who saw and
who conquered a large
reptile, bent on sunning
D e ej himself on our quiet neigh-
K e b borhood street one early
Wednesday evening.
On this particular eve,
REEK with the hot sun just begin-
ning to fade, our neighbor
friend across the street,
Donna Skinner, phoned,
alerting me to an unusual
k's column sight in front of our houses.
the excite- Out the door I dashed
our always (I'm always dashing) to wit-
e neighbor- ness a large (some said 41/2
irs back. For to 5 feet) diamondback rat-
*e neighbors tlesnake, all coiled up,
r neighbor- looking like a huge
ld Kingdom. sausage, right smack dab in
the road a the middle of our street in
Preservists all his glory, shaking his
th Place in tail (rattler attached) in
k Preserve true reptile fashion, like he
street as the really meant business, and


not funny business, either.
A quick to gather small
group of neighborhood
men agree on the spot that
it would be wise to call the
authorities (whoever they
might be) to handle this
matter. Leo DuChossois,
our next door neighbor,
then phoned the Sheriff's
Office, and after describing
the situation, was advised
to contact a private animal
control firm. The con-
cerned men decided, how-
ever, that this firm's
assistance wasn't needed
after all, based on Leo's re-
port that there would be a
charge of $250 for their
service.
So Ray Skinner, Donna's
hubby, brought out his
trusty telescoping golf ball
retriever, figuring he was
equal to the task of snake
snaring, and then pro-


ceeded to prove his expert-
ise.
After a number of snar-
ings, that the slippery rep-
tile wiggled out of, the
varmint was observed
planning one last attempt
to escape when at that very
moment Ray suddenly
managed to snare the cul-
prit just right, and quickly
dropped him into an open
burlap sack held by an-
other neighbor, Jerry
Jones.
This great snake capture
culminated in the whisking
away of a very bewildered
intruder, by Jerry Jones
and Leo DuChossois, to an
undisclosed wooded area,
a safe distance from the
mortals who dislike his vis-
its. My spouse, card-play-
ing Joe, missed all the live
action, however he said
viewing Leo's film of the


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event was almost as good
as being there.
From Koebbes' Kitchen
Savory cabbage
1 head young cabbage
2 tbsp. butter
Salt and pepper to taste
12 sweet apple sliced
1 tsp. caraway seed or
dried dill
1 tbsp. water
Cut cabbage into quar-
ters, discarding core. Place
cabbage cut side down on
board and slice thin. Melt
butter in heavy saucepan
(do not brown). Add water,
cabbage and apple. Fix lid
tight. simmer 15 minutes or
until tender. Add caraway
or dill and season with salt
and pepper to taste. Enjoy
Here is but a smidgen of
doin's out our way:
Friday, May 21: All or-
ganizations and clubs
wishing to place a remem-


ub


brance wreath at obser-
vance on Memorial Day,
advise office today to be
added to the agenda.
Saturday, May 22: CERT
members, meeting at 10
a.m. in community center.
We will be prepping for the
hurricane season, testing
radios, etc.
Monday, May 31: Annual
SCP Military Club's cere-
mony to honor deceased
loved ones who served our
country Coffee and dough-
nuts at 9 a.m., ceremony
starts at 10 a.m. Forms are
in the community office for
names of loved ones for
our special remembrance
ceremony Please obtain
forms and fill in necessary
information as soon as pos-
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of supplies. New Pre-

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June 11 2:00pm
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servists, this ceremony is
open to all Preservists.
Info, Bob Paolillo.
SCP annual craft fair
will be Saturday, Dec. 4.
Start planning and reserv-
ing space. Pick up applica-
tion at communication
center Info, Shirley Ca-
menson.
Newspaper and alu-
minum recycling every
Tuesday early morning.
Place bundled or paper
bagged newspapers and
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CAY
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 14
at Magic Kingdom and en-
joyed the rides and shows.
Next month they will
visit Disney on June 1. This
will be the last time until
fall because of the upcom-
ing summer season. If any-
one is interested in joining
in the fun next fall, contact



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Club volunteers. All pro-
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Bingo every Tuesday
evening for Preservists.
Cards on sale 5:15 to 6:15
p.m. Games start 6:30 p.m.
'Til next time. God be
willing and the creek does-
n't rise.
Deej and her husband,
Joe, live in Spruce Creek
Preserve. To submit news
items or announcements
leave notices in her library
cubby or call her. The
Koebbes are listed in the
Preserve phone directory


one of the members. They
will have a meeting to set
up dates for the following
months. They are planning
a special trip for the holi-
days.
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L


FIRST CHRISTIAN

CHURCH

(Disciples of Christ)

Worship: 10:30 AM
Sunday School: 9:30 AM

(352) 629-6485
www.firstchristianocala.org

1908 S.E. Ft. King St.
(Next to Marion
Technical Institute)
Nursery Provided

College Road
Baptist Church
5010 SW College Road,Ocala, FL
(352) 237-5741
Rev. John Downing,Pastor
Rev. Jeff Rountree, Minister of Worship
Rev.Robl., i .k i [1111 '
Sunday
8:00 AM Worship Service
9:30 AM Worship Service
11:00 AM Worship Service
9:30 & 11:00 Sunday School
5:30 PM Worship
Wednesday
6:30 PM Children/Student Ministries
7:00 PM Mid Week Worship
Holding Forth the Word of Life...JESUS


SL THE
kR )RESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
AT MARION OAKS
279 Marion Oaks Manor
347-1161
Email: PCMO@netzero.com
P-ev. Brady Seeley
Pastor
Sunday Morning Worship
10:30 A.M.
Nursery Provided
Class for Youth 10:30 A.M.
Directions: From CR 484 W, make a
left On Marion Oaks Blvd. Travel
approx. 2 miles, then another left on
Marion Oaks Manor.

naturee Coast

Unitarian Universalists
SUNDAY SERVICES
10:30 A.M.





WHERE REASON & RELIGION MEET
7633 N. Florida Ave.
(Route 41)
Citrus Springs
465-4225
WWW.NCUU.ORG


Christ 's Church
9Marion County
-An Independent Christian Churchi
SUNDAY SERVICES
Contemporary Worship Service........9:00 am
Sunday School............................. 10:10 am
Traditional Worship Service............11:00 am
WEDNESDAY
Mid Week Bible Study......................7:00 pm
Friday Youth Nights.......................... 6:00 pm
SENIOR PASTOR DAVID BELLOWS
6768 SW 80th Street 352-861-6182
Ocala, FI 34476 www.ccomc.org -


A Place for You...
No matter what your age is, no matter where
You come from, no matter who you are,
r. .. ;.ryouat p. .
Ocala West UMC 4P 'm
Traditional Worship 8:00 & 11:00 A.M.
Casual & Contemporary 9:30 AM.
Children & Youth Ministries


www.ocalawestumc.com


Ocala West
United Methodist Church
9330 SW 105th St., Ocala, FL 34481
854-9550
Rev. Dr. Ken Kleckner III, Senior Pastor
Rev. Keith Hopper, Assistant Pastor


'Frienbshibp baptist
Church
".A 4T7iceof'Veu' S iriualHiseysayii/'
9524 S.W. 105th St., Ocala
237-2640


Sunday
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Evening Worship


9:30 a.m.
10:45 a.m.
6p.m.


Wednesday
L Bible Study 7p.m.
Youth Alive 7p.m.
Randall Brown
Pastor

Welcome to
Countryside
Presbyterian
Church
"Your Spiritual Home"
Sunday Worship: 10:30 am
Sunday School 9:00 am
Nursery Al\.1.11'
Pastor Gary 0. Marshall

7768 SW Hwy. 200
(352) 237-4633
www.cpcocala.org


FEED your soul,
SAVOR the richness of
JEWISH tradition,
QUENCH your thirst
for knowledge G wisdom,
TASTE the flavors of Jewish culture,
BE WELCOMED AS A FAMILY
Worship Education
SSocial Action Cemetery
Social* Choir Sisterhood
Reservations for FREE bus 873-3995
TEMPLE
BETH SHALOM
is all this and more
Erev Shabbat Services Fridays, 8 pm
1109 NE 8th Ave., Ocala.FL
Fostering Jewish life
in Marion County
629-3587
wwwjewishocala.org






Dr. Mike Patton
Pastor
Sunday Bible Study 9:45am
Sunday Worship 10:45am & 6:00pm
Wednesday Bible Study 7:00pm
Assistive Listening System
Nursery provided for all services
Watch Our Television Broadcast
Thursday at 5:30pm on Cox Channel 16
480 S 21t S


fa4f $4***f
11120 S.W. Hwy. 484
(1 Mile West of S.R.200)
Sunday
Sunday School/Discipleship 9:50AM
Morning Worship 10:50 AM
Clubhouse For Children 4:00 PM
Wesleyan Youth 4:00PM
Evening Praise 6:00 PM
Wednesday
Adult Prayer & Bible Study 6:00 PM
Oasis For Women (Bi-Monthly)
1st Saturday 8:00 AM
Men's Prayer Breakfast
Pastor: Dale E. Travis, Sr.
Phone: 489-2636


W pe
Wc&wicle



Pastor Lynn Fonfara
Sunday Worship
8:00 a.m. & 10:45 a.m.
Sunday School 9:15 a.m.
(Nursery Provided)
Communion Every Sunday
9425 N. Citrus Springs Blvd.,
Citrus Springs
489-5511
Go to our Web page:
Hopelutheranelca.com


OUR

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ChuRch A
LC-MS ;
5200 S.W. State Road 200
1/4 Miles West of 1-75
Worship Service
8:00 & 11:00 AM
Bible Class & Sunday School
9:30 AM
237-2233
~1i. 1. the Joy of Jesus Christ!


a CHRISTIAN LIFE
ASSEMBLY
9644 SW HWY. 484, Ocala
(Near St. Rd. 200)
SERVICES
Sunday School
9:45 a.m.
Sun. Morning Service
10:45 a.m.
Sun. Evening Service
6:00 p.m.
Wednesday
7:00 p.m.
Thomas Markham, Pastor
Phone: 352-237-6950
EVERYONE WELCOME

Phone (352) 861-9080

Southwest

Christian Church

JIN US INlWO H I I P



Sunday Services
10:30 anm.- 6:00 p.m.
Sunday School 9:30 am.
Bible Studies Wednesday 7:00 pm.
Minister Anthony Smith
Monday Morning
Christians


First Congregational
United Church of Christ

7171 SW SR 200
Ocala Florida
352-237-3035
uccocala@live.com
www.uccocala.org

Dr. Harold W. McSwain, Jr.,
pastor
Adult Bible Study 9:ooa
Worship 1o:3oa
A Progressive Community
of Faith in the
Heart of Central Florida
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10345 9W 27th Avenue
Ocala, FL 34476
service Times
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Eve. Worship 6:00 pm
Wednesday
Food & Fellowship 6:00 pm
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Youth Activities 7:00 pm
Pastors David & Theresa French
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Community
Church
Conservative Traditional Services
Sunday Worship at 10:00 AM
Located one mile west of 9tate Road 200 at
10260 9W 11Oth street (turn west across from the entrance to Oak Run)
861-7716
Dr. Harley Towler, pastor
Graduate of
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Antietam Biblical seminary
& Graduate school


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German Language
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Wednesday Evening
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RELIGION


OUT TO PASTOR


Good intentions only as good as the intended


Rev.
James L.
Snyder
If awards were given to
people who have the
best of intentions, I
would be working on my ac-
ceptance speech right now.
However, I know that inten-
tions are only as good as the
one who crafts the inten-
tion.
Recently, the Gracious
Mistress of the Parsonage
needed to go visit her par-
ents. This necessitated her
being away for five days. In
her absence, I was in
charge. As they say, I was
the chief cook and bottle
washer. Unfortunately, I did
not know the proper way of
cooking a chief or if it was
legal, and there were no
bottles around for me to
wash. In her absence, I
would have to do a lot of im-
provising but I did not think


I needed to bother her with
such trivial information
while she was packing.
Finally, she was off and I,
as they say, was on.
The first thing I did was
evaluate my situation and
formulate a game plan.
After all, I was in charge. I
wanted to make sure I got
the most out of every hour. I
hate waste, and I hate wast-
ing time. I fully intended to
use the time at my disposal
for my greatest pleasure.
After several moments of
this, I was exhausted, got a
soda from the refrigerator,
went to the back porch and
reclined on my lounge
chair. I would unwind and
think through the things I
wanted to do in her ab-
sence.
I was finding out that this
being in charge is rather
hard work. Therefore, a nap
was in order. I smiled as I
leaned back and allowed
my body to relax. It felt won-
derful. A nap before
lunchtime was something
unheard of when You Know
Who was in charge. Now
that I am in charge, a nap is
whenever I want to take it.
This being in charge has


real advantage.
I made it through the first
day Looking back, I am not
quite sure how I did it.
Late in the afternoon, I
had come up with an excel-
lent plan for my evening
arrangements. I plan to
party the evening away
until the wee hours of the
morning. No curfew tonight
I would let down my hair,
what hair I had, and throw
caution to the wind. Look
out wind. Tonight would be
the beginning of my free-
for-all. The refrigerator was
well stocked with goodies,
and I had a plan. I love it
when a plan comes to-
gether
My intentions were to
stay up until the wee hours
of the morning. Along about
11 o'clock my eyes became
so heavy I could hardly
keep them open. I grabbed
a soda and another apple
fritter and went to bed. I
would do something not
permitted under normal
circumstances; I would
have a snack in bed while
watching television.
I do not know what hap-
pened. Maybe it was all the
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was coming through the
window and it was morning.
Whatever happened to my
all night party?
There on my nightstand
was a half-empty can of
soda and a partially eaten
apple fritter I then smelled
something I have never
smelled before. I sniffed,
but I could not identify the
strange odor I sniffed again,
but no better luck. No mat-
ter how much I sniffed, it
was always the same.
Every morning when I get
up I smell freshly brewed
coffee floating in from the
kitchen area. Now, for some
strange reason, I smelled no
such smell. The morning air
was bankrupt of any deli-
cious aroma that I could
identify
I walked into the kitchen
and there was the coffee pot
where it was supposed to
be, but to my chagrin, no
coffee was brewing. I can-
not understand that be-
cause every morning I wake
up to the smell of fresh
brewed coffee. There is no
better way to get up in the
morning than that. The best
way to start every morning
is with a nice hot cup of cof-
fee.
For as long as I can re-
member, I have always en-
joyed the morning
fragrance of freshly brewed
coffee. Why should today be


any different?
It then dawned upon me.
I did not fix the coffee pot
the night before, like my
wife always does. That was
just the beginning. Where
were my eggs over easy,
bacon, fresh biscuits and
gravy? I always have that
for breakfast I looked in the
refrigerator and saw them
in their natural habitat,
which was raw.
I sighed deeply and said
to myself, "Where in the
world is my breakfast?" And
myself replied, "Silly, you
have to make it yourself."
Well, I had a real good
talking to myself. Then, I do
not know how it happened,
but I heard my wife talking.
Out of my mouth came her
words that I have heard a
thousand times before,
"Breakfast does not make
itself." In that brief mo-
ment, I had become my


wife, which was not my in-
tention.
The only area where per-
sonal work does not count is
in salvation. The apostle
Paul writes, "For by grace
are ye saved through faith;
and that not of yourselves: it
is the gift of God: Not of
works, lest any man should
boast" (Ephesians 2:8-9
KJV).
God does not intend for
us to save ourselves. His full
attention is our complete
salvation, and God is always
as good as His Word.
The Rev James L. Snyder
is pastor of the Family of God
Fellowship, 1471 Pine Road,
Ocala. He lives with his wife,
Martha, in Silver Springs
Shores. Call him at 352-687-
4240 or e-mail jamessny-
der2@attnet The church
website is www.whatafellow-
ship.com.


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noon for children ages 4
TO 12. Registration begins
on June 1, to register your
child or children, or for
more information please
call 352-237-2233 before 1
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year is "All hands on deck,
VBS 2010, Spirit of the
High Seas."
At Spirit of the High
Seas, kids will explore the
mighty love of God on a
journey filed with the
Bible learning as they see,
hear, touch, and even taste,
tasty treats!
Bible Point crafts, team-
building games and cool
Bible songs are just a few
of the High Seas adven-
ture.
Boarding time will be at
9 a.m. and ship out time
will be 12:15 p.m.
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through 10 years are wel-
comed to the Church of the
Advent, on County Road
484 just 1.2 miles west of
State Road 200 and across
from the new fire station.
This program is free!
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College Park Church,
3140 S.W 26th St., across
from CFCC, will have two
Vacation Bible School
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on June 19 and June 26; 9
TO 11 a.m.; 3 years old to
5th grade. Sign up today,
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Everyone ages 4 through
104 is invited to Galactic
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Praising God, a vacation
Bible school June 21 to 25,
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every Little Theatre Group
production. Most recently, Ed
combined his carpentry
skills to design and build an
entire set on the Lifestyle
Center stage to complement
Donna Taylor's script for the
"Saga in Sagebrush" produc-
tion with his ability to also
Rog convince the audience he
Patterson was a much less capable
bank robber. Hats off to Ed
Gorsky!
(PS: Ed has also assured
me he is not the legendary
Mr Gorsky who Neil Arm-
strong supposedly congratu-
irst recipient lated after stepping from
inteer Recog- Apollo 11 onto the moon.)
Award really Plan Ahead
his wings to It may seem just a wee bit
early to bring it up but, al-
;covered Mar- though our Lifestyle Center
ome 19 years will be closed for redecorat-
Sstill growing. ing all of July and August, life
lome for him- must and will go on.
SYorker in- Your neighbors will still be
*veral more having their birthdays and
ented by ap- wedding anniversaries so,
s waiting for unless temporary arrange-
;h new homes ments have been made, you
by snowbirds may want to get your greeting
who found Ed cards to recognize July and
idlord back in August events into their pi-
geon holes before the end of
xpandinghis June. And, by the same
learning what token, those of you celebrat-
dlfandhowto ing such occasions during
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Sapprenticed
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Gerstein and
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Ed Gorsky displays his Vol-
unteer Recognition Award
received from Board presi-
dent, Joe Raffony.


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Carol Mock presented Sgt.
Mark Jones with more
quilts donated by fellow
members of the Marion
Landing Quilters Club for
the Southwest District
Sheriff's Office deputies to
carry in their patrol cars.


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those two months could help
Janet Yost and her mail sort-
ing team keep their cool by
actually looking for such ear-
lier-than-usual bonhomie.
Liz Herrick would like
folks taking advantage of
Travel Club events to be re-
minded they should com-
plete any needed
arrangements, confirmations
and required deposits at con-
venient Tuesday morning so-
cials before the end of June.
Call Liz if you have any ques-
tions; she's in the Marion
Landing directory.
Have you made alternate
plans for playing cards else-
where, for picking up a stash
of reading material from the
library or to accommodate
any other customary uses of
Lifestyle Center facilities
that will apparently not be
available from July 5 until
late August or early Septem-
ber? Right now is a good time
for you to plan ahead.
Breakfast of Champions
We had 55 men and 76
ladies participate in Senior
Games last month, with a
whopping 69 of them receiv-
ing medals during the Break-
fast of Champions. We were
not, as rumored, served a
bowl of Wheaties. Instead,
Joe Raffony's veteran break-
fast crew dished out scram-
bled eggs, sausage, bacon,
hash brown potatoes, pas-
tries and fruit cups with
juice and coffee.
Among 55 Senior Games
events, those attracting the
most participation were bas-
ketball shots, bocce ball,
bowling, croquet, Frisbee


throw, golf: closest-to-the-
pin; golf: putting; cards: hand
& foot; shuffleboard: singles,
soccer kick, spin casting,
shuffleboard: turkey shoot
and, by far the most popular,
bunko!
Event winners received
their first, second and/or
third place medals as they
signed in at breakfast, saving
the podium moment for our
prestigious Ed Morgan Fit-
ness Awards. Those folks re-
membered Ed, a retired phys
ed teacher, who launched
our first Senior Games back
in 1992. Ed Morgan Fitness
Awards were.. and are ..pre-
sented to everyone who com-
peted in 12 or more outdoor
field events, no matter how
they finished.
We saw 28 inductees hon-
ored this year: Rich An-
drews, Armando Cantele,
Marg Carlquist, Jerry Con-
klin, Nancy Conklin, Jody
Dietz, Patty Diuguid, Fred
Ebli, Mary Ebli, Bill Fling,
Rachel Glenn, Rich Grube,
Charlie Mock, Evelyn Olsen,
Jim Pohlers, Dave Rusch,
Lorraine Russo, Carolyn Sal-
zlein, Bob Schmidt, Donna
Schmidt, Kaz Sekurski,
Howard Shay, Mike Soter,
Dot Toneske, Rich Toneske,
Ken Welsh, Mary Jane Welsh
and Pat Wurst.
Quilters donate another
batch
During a recent Marion
Landing Quilters fascinating
display of patchwork stitch-
ing gymnastics, they man-
aged to come up with nearly
a dozen more of their handi-
work for donation to the


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Presentation of Ed Morgan Fitness Awards was a high
point during Breakfast of Champions.


Southwest Division Sheriff's
team. Kept in patrol cars,
these comforters have been
welcome tools used by
Deputy's to console fright-
ened or chilly youngsters
suddenly separated from
their families for one reason
or another. Eddie Mock tells
me their group has donated
an average of 15 quilts a year,
"For as long as I remember",
to various organizations who
give them to children in
need.
Relay for Life
Our West Port Kiwanis Key
Club, sponsored by the
Friendship Kiwanis gang,
will participate in the Amer-
ican Cancer Society's 'Relay
for Life" all-nighter at Lib-
erty Middle School today
until tomorrow morning.
Many booths are expected
to be open for this after-
noon's 6 p.m. kickoff. Find
out what the Luminaria cer-
emony that begins at sunset
in honor of everyone endur-
ing or having fought cancer is


all about. By Saturday morn-
ing, our Kiwanis Key Club
will begin offering breakfast
and should still be wide
awake enough to provide
your car with a sparkling
wash.
Liberty Middle School is
on down the road past Free-
dom Library, give or take a
kink or two, just beyond the
curve. You might want to stop
by for a look at what some of
our younger generation is up
to these days.
Did you know
Did you know why Indi-
anapolis 500 race winners
drink milk in Victory Lane?
In 1936, following his third
Indy 500 victory, Louis Meyer
drank from a bottle of butter-
milk because his mother told
him it would be refreshing.
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"born," was actually on
again, off again until 1956.
Since then, all Indy 500 win-
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casino, $5 meal voucher,
and tip for bus driver. Must
sell 15 more seats or we
will have to cancel trip.
Arabian Nights, Tuesday,
July 13: Join us in Orlando
for the ever popular mati-
nee show with very tal-
N a n c y ented Equestrians.
Archer Includes bus, complete
meal, all taxes and gratu-
ities.
OOD Show Palace Dinner
Theatre, Red, White and
Tuna, Saturday, July 17:
Join us for this All Ameri-
od Travel: can Comedy Classic. Star-
ew trips for ring two of our favorites,
ner and fall Matt McGee & Candler
cooking fast. Bud. Cost includes bus, re-
vailable for served seats for the mati-
: the Club- nee show, complete hot
travel rack. and cold lunch buffet, all
Fancy at 352- taxes and tips. sold
t the rates out/waitlist open.
ur seat. Re- Early Bird Dinner The-
not need to atre, Kitchen Witches,
ood to go on Thursday, July 29: Join us
all Nancy to in Clearwater for this hi-
larious comedy about two
asino, Mon- TV cooking show hosts who
ludesround hate each other and have
'herrywood, to work together. Cost in-


cludes reserved seats for
the matinee show, com-
plete hot lunch buffet, all
taxes and gratuities. sold
out/waitlist open.
IP Casino Resort, Biloxi,
Aug. 22 to Aug. 25. Two
casino visits. For info, call
Nancy at 352-854-4561.
Alhambra Dinner The-
atre, Amorous Crossings,
Saturday, Aug. 14: Come
enjoy this romantic com-
edy set aboard a cruise
ship. Dinner Theatre in
Jacksonville. Cost includes
bus, reserved seats for the
matinee show, complete
hot lunch buffet, all taxes
and gratuities.
Show Palace Dinner
Theatre, Boogie Wonder-
land, Thursday, Aug. 19:
Join us at the Show Palace
for this Music Revue of the
70s. Cost includes bus, re-
served seats, complete hot
and cold lunch buffet, all
taxes and tips. sold
out/waitlist open.
Overnight Mystery Trip,
Monday-Tuesday, Aug. 30-
31: Join us on this two-day
mystery trip. Can't tell you


where we are going but
will be a lot of fun, things
you probably haven't been
to. Includes bus, breakfast,
two lunches, one dinner,
hotel, tip for driver and
much more. $100 deposit/
Final due June 15.
Early Bird Dinner The-
atre, Lovers and Other
Strangers, Thursday, Sept.
16: Join us in Clearwater
for this very funny comedy
about four different ro-
mantic situations. Cost in-
cludes reserved seats for
the matinee show, com-
plete hot lunch buffet, all
taxes and tips.
Show Palace Dinner
Theatre, Mid Life: The Cri-
sis Musical, Thursday,
Sept. 23: Join us for this
musical comedy spoof
about the joys of aging.
Cost includes bus, re-
served seats for the mati-
nee show, complete hot
and cold lunch buffet, all
taxes and tips. sold
out/waitlist open.
Sleuth's Mystery The-
atre, Tuesday, Oct. 12: Join
us for this always funny


mystery dinner theatre
that is sure to keep you
laughing. With audience
participation, see if you
can figure out who dun it??
Includes complete meal,
reserved seats for the mati-
nee show, all taxes and
tips.
Cedar Key Seafood Fes-
tival, Saturday, Oct. 15:
Come enjoy the annual
Seafood Festival with local
seafood, arts, crafts and
live entertainment. In-
cludes bus and tip for
driver. Lunch is on your
own.
National Parks Cross
Country Motor Coach Trip,
21 days, Aug. 1 through 21,
2011: Mount. Rushmore -
Yellowstone Old Faith-
ful Crazy Horse Memo-
rial Badlands National
Park Deadwood -
Grand Teton Bryce
Canyon Zion National
Park Mesa Verde Du-
rango Oklahoma City -
New Orleans. Includes
motor coach from Ocala, 20
nights accommodations
breakfast and dinner daily;


seven lunches admission
to all parks, many side
trips along the way, gratu-
ity for driver. Payment info,
$200 per person deposit to
hold space. Final payment
due by May 23, 2011, pay-
ment plans available, all
payments refundable until
May 23, 2011. TravelGuard
Insurance $215 pp/dbl, es-
corted by Laura Kane,
driven by Brian Taylor.
Minimum of 25 passengers
for trip to be a guaranteed
departure, maximum of 40
seats will be sold. This will
be a 55-passenger motor
coach with a bathroom on
board. We will not drive for
more than 2 to 2-1/2 hours
at one time without making
a stop whether it be for a
meal stop or a pit stop or a
side trip. No more than
eight hours of driving on
any of the travel days. Call
for single rate occupancy
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Friday, May 21, 2010 21


ESTATES
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 20
4:30 p.m. and carpool from
there. The following is the
schedule for dinners in
the month of May:
May 23 IHOP
May 30 Lakis Greek
Crochet Club
Our amazing ladies con-
tinue to crochet and knit
beautiful items which are
donated to the Devereux
Kids. Scott Hackmyer,
manager of W Ocala
Neighborhood Family
Center, makes sure the
afghans, sweaters, hats
and toys go to deserving
folks who do not have the
resources to purchase
these items on their own.
Scott stopped by during
one of our meetings to do-
nate a gift card for
Michaels Craft Store to
help defray the cost of
some of the yarn.
We are very grateful to
Sue Anderson who do-
nated several beautiful
hand knitted baby
sweaters, hats and
booties. Some very lucky
babies will receive those


items.
Some members con-
tinue to make weekly trips
to the county jail to give
crochet lessons to some of
the inmates. These ladies
are very appreciative and
we hear such comments
as "we can't wait for Tues-
days so we can learn
more", and "look what I
made!" They've made
scarves, lap blankets, hats,
and one even made a baby
sweater and slippers. All
of these items are donated
to charity, but the ladies
we teach will be able to
use their skills when they
return home.
Yarn donations are ap-
preciated to help us con-
tinue our charity work.
Just stop by our Friday
meetings at the clubhouse
between 1:00 and 3:00 p.m.
or drop it off with Geri.
Thank you again to
those who have donated
yarn to our group.
If residents would like
to join our group, we
would love to have you; no
skill required, and we
supply very good teach-
ers! It is a nice excuse for


a "hen party", and we have
really good refreshments.
Songbird notes for June
Our final performance
for the season was on May
13 for the "Forever Young"
group of First Baptist
Church on Maricamp
Road. We enjoyed enter-
taining, and they particu-
larly enjoyed our military
medley when we sang the
theme song of each
branch of the service, with
audience participation.
Some of our members
enjoyed volunteer appre-
ciation celebrations of-
fered by TimberRidge and
Hawthorne Village. We
were treated to lots of
good food and door prizes
in appreciation for the
performances we gave
during the year.
Don't forget to stop in
the clubhouse on July 10
at our Cherrywood Es-
tates "Christmas in July"
craft show. We will be sup-
plying the hot dogs, chips,
sodas, chili, and a baked
goods table. Proceeds will
help defray our expenses
such as tuning the piano
and purchasing new
music.


Please think about join-
ing the Songbirds when
we return in September to
begin rehearsals for the
fall and holiday seasons. It
is a very worthwhile en-
deavor and fun will be had
by all!
Ann McMurrer is back
Water exercises starting
June 7. Monday, Wednes-
day, Friday at 9 a.m. $2 per
class.
Democratic Club
The Cherrywood Demo-
cratic Club will hold an
open house meeting on
Friday, May 21. Everyone
is welcome at 2 p.m. in the
Clubhouse card room. Re-
freshments will be served.
This month we welcome
Jon Paugh, a candidate for
Marion County Commis-
sion District 2. For infor-
mation, contact Harriet
Scarpino, president at
352-873-9955.
Nancy Archer and her
daughter Christine are 12-
year Cherrywood resi-
dents. Get Cherrywood
news to her at blue-
jay10453@hotmail.com by
Thursday mornings.


Galeazzo, Lavacca wed
Long time Oak Run residents Rosanne Galeazzo and
Ralph Lavacca were married on May 12 by Father Patrick
J. O'Doherty in Queen of Peace Catholic Church. The
happy couple honeymooned on a Western Caribbean
cruise. All their Oak Run friends wish them many years
of happiness"


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(352) 438-4204

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1-877-292-3120.(cpf)





Housekeeper
*Pet Sitter
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Driver
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Caregiver for Seniors
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Cpr/First Aid/Aed certi-
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has openings
available for
CAREGIVING
SERVICES
Excellent References
Denise
(352)304-7382

Mobile Hair Care
Full Service in your
home. Licensed
Beautician/CNA
will service the home
bound and elderly.
Call Cathy
(352) 237-3347





HOUSE CLEANING
Weekly or Bi Weekly
352-509-7003

Housekeeping
Available
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Excellent References
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(352) 304-7382

Housekeeping
Experienced
References Available
Affordable
Call
352-427-9126
or 352-470-1721





PRESSURE WASHING
Any Size Driveway
$60.
(352) 598-8235






Steve's

Handyman

Service


(352) 854-4927


CHAD'S WATER
WORKS PLUMBING
Repairs, remodel,
new construction.
10% disc.for seniors.
L.C.# CFC1427646
(352) 598-2557





Painting

Wall Papering

Decorating
Renui Designs
319-670-97021




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pallet. Delivery and In-
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30 Vita Spas from
$1395. Call
1-727-851-3217. (cpf)




WASHER AND DRYER
Good Running condi-
tion $50. each or both
for $75.00
352-861-0321.




MAY 21 -23
ROGERS CHRISTMAS
HOUSE LIQUIDATING
5 STORES
Entire contents,
merchandise, display
units, sales systems.
103 South Saxon Ave.
Brooksville
EVERYTHING GOES
Liquidation Sale
Up to 70% off
Auction of balance
May 26
www.dudlevs
auction.com
4000 S. 41, Inverness
(352) 637-9588
AB1667-AU2246
12%BP
ONSITE
ESTATE AUCTION
TUES. MAY 25
PREVIEW: 8AM
AUCTION: 9AM
4141 W. Hacienda Dr.
Pine Ridge (Bev. Hills)
Quality turn., antiques &
collect. 2 horse trailer,
slot machine, restored
juke box, coca cola
vintage collect., flat
screen TV, 40's 50's &
60's table top radios,
50+ car radios, radio
tubes 50's-70's,
mower, generator
dudleysauction.com
(352) 637-9588
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Craftsman circular skill
Saw $35,
Work table w/ drawers
& doors $25.
(352) 489-1335




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YARD SALE
Sat. May 22
Rain date-May 23
9am
SR 200 at
SW 93rd St. Rd.
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10-homes,
find your treasures

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Sat 5/22, 8-2pm
Mult Family 103rd St. to
57th Terr. follow signs




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GUNS, VINTAGE
FISHING TACKLE
POTTERY, PAINTINGS
ANTIQUES &
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352-344-3809


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(352) 237-3507




CASH FOR GUNS &
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Weapons Course
Gunslingers 341-4867




DUNNELLON
3/2, DW, Zoned
Agricult. $650.
609.709.0632




$650 Mo. Assume
mortgage or low
down payment, 4/2
DW, new carpet,
W/D ceiling fans,
stove refrigerator,
Hernando off 486
(352) 568-2500




Green Acres,
Homosassa 4 bedroom.
2 bath. 1987 move in
ready, price reduced,
new carpet, wood floors,
new skirting, over
1848sqft on 1/2 acre.
Good A/C,Well,Septic.
$39,900 Firm. sorry no
owner financing. Call
Janice Ayers at ERA
352-795-6811



OCALA
Woodland Villages
2/2/1 Gated comm.
wsh./dryer, ceiling fans,
custom cabinets, lanai
pool, tennis, clubhouse,
& pavilion. Lawn maint.
& association fees incl.
$880. Mo.(352) 867-9915
(352) 484-0529



HERNANDO
One Block To Lake
Newer, quiet 2/2/1,
CHA, open liv., kit. w/d
hk. up. $650. Fst./Sec.
No. Pets.(352) 634-6340


PINE RUN 55+
2/2/2 Amenities fees
included. Free basic
cable, Newly painted
Inside/out. Many up-
grades. Inside laundry
w/washer&dryer. Lawn
care not incl. $675 mo.
352-425-7722;
352-854-8155






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advertising in this
newspaper is
subject to Fair
Housing Act which
makes it illegal to
advertise "any
preference, limitation
or discrimination based
on race, color, religion,
sex, handicap, familial
status or national origin,
or an intention, to make
such preference,
limitation or
discrimination.
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includes children under
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dwellings advertised
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available on an equal
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OPPORTUNITY



For Sle 8oi4
CITRUS HILLS
TOWNHOUSE-
DRASTICALLY
REDUCED, 2BR, 2 1/2
BTHS, W/D, 2 LANAIS,
CARPORT, FULLY FUR-
NISHED, 1850 SQ. FT.,
COMMUNITY POOL,
GOLF CLOSE BY,
CLOSE TO ALL
AMENITIES, EASY
ACCESS TO
ORLANDO, TAMPA, &
OCALA, SOCIAL
MEMBERSHIP
AVAILABLE. $91,900
352-422-5819


STOP RENTING!
GOVT & BANK
FORECLOSURES!
From $500 Down, $250
per month. Over 900
Exclusive Homes! No
Banks! Owner will fi-
nance! Bad credit OKI!
Visit:
www.rebuildUS.com
(cpf)


FOR SALE BY
HOMEOWNER
2/2/1/2 End Villa.
Lots of extras.
$103,300
Check list #ORL27190
forsalebyowner.com
352-861-5666




Dunnellon
Dunnellon
1 city lot, 75 X 100,
$1,850. Floral City, 1 +
acre, $19,000. Owner
Finance. (813) 833-7025
Sateke Village
3/2/2, 1,940 SQ. Ft.
Large bedrooms and
fireplaceon double lot.
$185,000. Across from
Dunnellon High School
and Elementary. A
small community in
Rainbow River Park.
(352) 489-3425
(352) 216-0761




NC MOUNTAIN LAND
Mountain top tract 2.6
acres, private, large
public lake 5 min.
away, owner must sell,
only $39,500. call
1-866-789-8535. (cpf)




Homosassa River
Must See! By Owner,
2/2 Lovely home, new
dock, boat lift. Boat
also avail. Asking
$295K. (352) 621-0932




BANK-ORDERED LIQUI-
DATION SALE! Saturday
5/22. Direct Ocean Ac-
cess w/FREE boat slips
now $34,900. (Adjoining
lot sold for $150,000) All
amenities complete!
Paved roads, under-
ground utilities, club
house, pool. Excellent
financing. CALL NOW
877-888-1415, x2553.
(cpf)
BEAUTIFUL TENNESSEE
Mountain lots, breath-
taking views. River ac-
cess. Ideal for fishing,
hunting,
ATV/horseback riding.
Near Dale Hollow Lake.
Utilities. Owner financ-
ing. From $15,900.
888-939-2968. (cpf)
GEORGIA LAND &
HOMESITES-Beautiful
country subd. just off
USI. Great investment!
MH's welcome. Half
acre tracts starting
$75/month & up. mh'S
welcome. Others avail-
able.
www.Hbicko/y-aamockProp
erties.com owner
financing. 912-585-2174,
912-526-9964. (cpf)
GEORGIA Riverfront
Development- Private
Boot Ramp, paved
streets, u.g. utilities. 20
Lots/68 acres sold, avg
$12,000/ac. Remaining
585 acres $4950/acre.
Call Owner
912-529-6198. (cpf)


GEORGIA-CENTRAL
AREA. 49 AC-$1325/AC
Gently rolling,
abundant wildlife,
mature pine, near Flint
River 478-987-9700
stregispaper.com St.
Regis Paper co. (cpf)
NC MOUNTAINS-BEST
LAND BUY! 2.5 acre
homesite. Spectacular
view., house pad,
paved, High altitude.
Easily accessible, se-
cluded Bryson City.
Owner financing,
$45,000. Call owner
1-800-810-1590 (cpf)

TENN. MOUNTAINS- 5
acres, beautiful build-
ing site w/woods, atop
the Cumberland Plat-
eau. Hunt, fish. Only
30mins. from Monterey.
Reduced to $14,900.
Owner Financing
931-839-6141. (cpf)
TENNESSEE MTNS 435ac
w/timber, creek, river,
natural gas well,
springs, city water, utili-
ties. Eight miles of trails
$1800/ac. Will divide
into 2 tracts.
www.tnwithaview.com
1-888-836-8439. (cpf)




Boats: 1000's of boats
for sale
www.floridarrnarinercom
reaching 6 rrillbn
homes weekly through-
out Florida.
800-388-9307, tide
charts, broker profiles,
fishing captains, dock-
side dining and more.
(cpf)





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Travel Trailers,
5th Wheels,
Motor Homes
Call Glenn
(352) 302-0778





BUYING JUNK CARS
Running or Not *
CASH PAID-$150 & UP
(352) 771-6191

BUYING JUNK CARS
Running or Not *
CASH PAID $150 & UP
(352) 771-6191
Donate your Car Truck
or Boat to HERITAGE
FOR THE BLIND Free 3
Day Vacation, Tax
Deductible, Free Tow-
ing, All Paperwork
Taken Care Of.
1-866-905-3801 (cpf)




Donate Vehicle Re-
ceive $1000 Grocery
Coupon Noah's Arc
Support. No Kill Shelters,
Research to advance
Veterinary treatments.
Free Towing. Tax De-
ductible, Non-Runners
Accepted.
1-866-912-GIVE. (cpf)


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