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Serving S.R. 200 Communities & Businesses


Summer courses offered
at local high schools
Attention middle and
high school students: look-
ing for something fun to do
this summer? Want to
jump-start your next
school year? Interested in
learning a new skill? Or
need to improve your aca-
demics? You can do all
this and more by enrolling
in summer enrichment
courses.
Nine local middle and
high schools will open
their campuses to more
than 100 summer classes
offered without charge in-
cluding Belleview, Dun-
nellon, Forest, Lake Weir,
Marion Technical Institute
(MTI), North Marion, Van-
guard, and West Port High
schools, along with Hori-
zon Academy at Marion
Oaks.
Available courses in-
clude AP Government, AP
Literature Prep, AP Mi-
croeconomics, Automotive
Mechanics, Character
Counts, Computer Appli-
cations, Creative Writing,
Ecology, Finance, Fresh-
man Connection, Golf, In-
strumental Music,
Leadership Skills, March-
ing Band, Philosophy, Po-
etry, Science Research,
Spanish 101, Theater,
Video Production, Web
Design, Weight Lifting,
and Yearbook Boot Camp,
among many others.
Class length varies dur-
ing the June 14 through
July 22 time period.
For information, and to
register, log on to
www.marion.k12.fl.us.



MARION
LANDING


Watercize gang continues to
loosen up in the Marion Landing
pool.
Page 14




Cherrywood....................2.....
Classifieds.................... 19
Freedom Library ..............16
O ak Run ...............................17
Opinion .........................8..... -9
OTO W ................................... 1
Out to Pastor ................ 12
Palm Cay........................... 3
Pun Alley .........................15
Vacation Bible Schools..13


Hospice thrift stores to benefit veterans


Hospice of Marion County thrift
stores have partnered with Veter-
ans Helping Veterans to support
the more than 6,000 Marion
County veterans they serve. A
pantry supply drive will take place
June 14 to 19. Veterans Helping
Veterans is a private, non-profit
organization, formed in 1997, for
the purpose of assisting veterans
with services such as employment
referrals, benefits information


and transportation for VA medical
care. A food pantry and limited fi-
nancial assistance are available
on a case-by-case basis.
Pantry supply donations will be
collected at the Hospice of Marion
County thrift stores and collected
items will be delivered to Veterans
Helping Veterans headquarters on
June 21. The most needed items
are: canned soup, canned meats
and fish, peanut butter, jams and


jellies, pasta, pasta sauces, maca-
roni and cheese, personal items
such as shampoo and conditioner,
soaps, paper products such as
paper towels, bath and facial tis-
sue. For additional information on
Marion County Veterans Helping
Veterans, Inc. program, see
www.northflorida.va.gov/visi-
tors/ocala.asp or call 352-401-9788.
Hospice of Marion County thrift
stores are at 10325 S.E. Highway


441, (Kmart Shopping Center),
Belleview; 6114 S.W State Road
200, (Jasmine Square), Ocala and
7578 S.E. Maricamp Road
(Heather Island Plaza) in Silver
Springs Shores. The stores are
open Monday to Saturday 9 a.m. to
4 p.m. Donations are accepted
daily from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The net income from the Thrift
Shops goes directly to patient care
services.

New link

to 200

is closer
The planned southern bypass
linking State Road 200 with the
east side of Ocala took a big step
toward construction Tuesday
when the County Commission ap-
proved the taking of 11 parcels
under eminent domain.
The county was forced by legal
reasons to vote on each parcel
separately They ranged from land
along Southwest 42nd Street from
27th Avenue to the Interstate, and
from the Interstate to SR 200 along
Southwest 40th Avenue.
The project, which originally
was known as the 31st Street ex-
tension, is currently operative
from Southeast 18th Avenue to
Southwest 27th Avenue, with the
intersection near Trinity Catholic.
Because of the winding nature of
the road, it is no longer 31st Street,
but 42nd Street, when it reaches
the west side of town.
The phase widening the road
from Southeast 18th Avenue to
Southeast 36th Avenue, and ex-
tending the road to Maricamp, is
well on its way to completion and
should be finished this year.
The final phase, from 27th Av-
enue to SR 200, involves building
an overpass at the Interstate,
which will not have entrance and
exit ramps to the highway That
phase is expected to be finished
by 2012.

Line

dancers

On May 30, the
\tt Island Timers
line dancers,
based in Pine
Run, enter-
tained the resi-
dents at
Hawthorne as-
sisted living.
From the left are
Claudia Lyon,
Gigi Derolf, Eliz-
abeth Cordrey
(seated, playing
the music), Mar-
sha Halkola,
Jeanne Allen
(instructor),
Margie Miller
and Patti Acri.
Not shown is
Irene Butler.
PHOTO BY JIM CLARK


a


Memorial Day event

A Memorial Day event took
place Monday at Highland
Memorial Parkin Ocala.
Boy Scouts from Troop 411
e *** in Southwest Ocala,includ-
ing members from Liberty
S Middle, Hammett Bowen
Elementary and a private
school, sang"God Bless
America."Shown are,front
row from left, Aaron Bur-
..ton, Austin Savarese,Con-
0-rad Cozino, Sebastian
DelaMata, DJ Williams and
Jennifer Nisbett,director;
middle, Gabriel Carromero,
DJ Lopresto, Ryan Packer;
back, Michael Mullen,
Jonathan Brescia,and Al-
berto Zapata.
PHOTOS BY JIM CLARK
AT right, members
of the Air Force Jr.
ROTC at Dunnel-
Ion High School
presented the col-
ors. From the left
are Maxwell
Pudlo, Dylan
Elkins, Bailey
Decker and Barret
Willingham. In the
left photo, one of
the many military
personnel mem-
bers helped place
the wreaths.






2 ~ Friday, June 4, 2010


Relay for Life team
The Countryside Christians gathered a team together to take part in the Relay for Life last month.The group was
incorrectly identified in last week's edition.


When Loraine
Astarita,also
on the Coun-
tryside team,
found out
that her
friend Carolyn
wasn't going
to be able to
walk in the
Relay, she
asked what
she could do
for her. Car-
olyn joked
that she could
shave her
head and
paint it pink,
so that's what
she did in
honor of Car-
olyn and in
memory of
her dad.


100 Days of Summer Fest to be June 21


The final touches have
been put on our first
"Summer Fest" event
for June 21 from 5 to 10 p.m.
Our first entertainers will be
Steel of the Night. They will
play for us from 5:30 to 8:30
p.m. Steel of the Night is a
Caribbean Steel Drum band.
The menu for the event is hot
dogs, hamburgers, chips,


iced tea, lemonade, water.
You may also bring whatever
you would like. We will have
all the game equipment out
and ready to use. The new
pool lighting is now complete
so we can sit by the pool.
Please everyone come out
and have a good time.
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new trips for the summer
and fall are here and booking
fast. Flyers are available for
these trips at the Clubhouse
on the travel rack. You must
call Nancy at 352-861-1432 to
get the rates and reserve
your seat. Remember you do
not need to live in Cherry-
wood to go on our trips. Just
call Nancy to sign up.


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Upcoming Trips From Ocala/Inverness
June 7, June 21,& July 5, 2010
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day, June 7: Just want to say
thanks to everyone who
booked for this trip. We now
have enough people so this
trip will not have to be can-
celled. We still can take up to
10 more people to completely
fill the bus. So if you know
anyone who still wants to go
please call us. Bus leaves

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from Cherrywood at 8:30 a.m.
sharp. Please be there 20
minutes before. Includes
round trip bus from Cherry-
wood, $25 in free play at the
casino, $5 meal voucher, and
tip for bus driver.
Arabian Nights, Tuesday,
July 13: Join us in Orlando
for the ever popular matinee
show with very talented
Equestrians. Includes bus,
complete meal, all taxes and
gratuities.
Show Palace Dinner The-
atre, Red, White and Tuna,
Saturday, July 17: Join us for
this All American Comedy
Classic. Starring two of our
favorites, Matt McGee & Can-
dler Bud. Cost includes bus,
reserved seats for the mati-
nee show, complete hot and
cold lunch buffet, all taxes
and tips, sold out/waitlist
open.
Early Bird Dinner The-
atre, Kitchen Witches, Thurs-
day, July 29: Join us in
Clearwater for this hilarious
comedy about two TV cook-
ing show hosts who hate each
other and have to work to-
gether Cost includes re-
served seats for the matinee
show, complete hot lunch
buffet, all taxes and gratu-
ities, sold out/waitlist open.
Alhambra Dinner Theatre,


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Amorous Crossings, Satur-
day, Aug. 14: Come enjoy this
romantic comedy set aboard
a cruise ship. Dinner The-
atre in Jacksonville. Cost in-
cludes bus, reserved seats for
the matinee show, complete
hot lunch buffet, all taxes and
gratuities.
Show Palace Dinner The-
atre, Boogie Wonderland,
Thursday, Aug. 19: Join us at
the Show Palace for this
Music Revue of the 70s. Cost
includes bus, reserved seats,
complete hot and cold lunch
buffet, all taxes and tips. sold
out/waitlist open
Overnight Mystery Trip,
Monday-Tuesday, Aug. 30-31.
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Friday, June 4, 2010 3


Wednesday Night Social to be on June 9


PALM


The next
night socia
take place
7 p.m., will have;
tainment group
Fromthe OcalaC
the "Golden Troo
entertaining our
The group will pi
cal selections
skits. They have
ety of entertain
tions which incli
skits from the
radio" (Bums ai
the Bickersons).
will include coll
the standards,
country and the
The cost will
$2 at the door.
bakers for the s
gether after the
Upcoming 4th i
We will be cel
4th ofJuly celebi
5th of July Thi
due to the fact
falls on Sunday t
there is a conflict


church services and activi-
ties.
A group of past PCHA
president, known as the
"Happy Has Beens" have
agreed to chair our country's
birthday party. Margaret Be-
lieu is acting spokesperson
for the group.
Carol The day will start with a
Beaver short program of observance
at 11:30 a.m., and lunch will
begin at noon. There will be
Bingo played after lunch. A
50/50 will be available.
The menu will consist of a
4th celebration with Sonny's
Wednesday pulled pork, cole slaw, baked
il, which will beans, potato salad and
on June 9 at dessert. The cost is $7 per
a local enter- person.
performing. Tickets will go on sale at
ivic Theatre the Oasis from 10 a.m. until
ic wlhealre noon on Monday and Tues-
pers" will be day (June 7 and 8; 14 and 15)
community. and at the pancake breakfast.
perform musi- Harry Chambers, parade
and comedy chairman, has scheduled the
a large vanri- parade for the 5th, with as-
iment selec- sembly at 8:45 a.m. and start
ude comedy time at 9 a.m.
"old time He is asking for all patriotic
nd Allen and community members to come
Their music out and parade in decorated
ections from carts, cars, and whatever will
show tunes, keep up with the parade. If
50s. you cannot parade, come out
be the usual to cheer the others on.
We will need Afond farewells
social get-to- The Flamingo Club said
show. "goodbye" To Herman and
celebration Ruth Daldin with a pot luck
ebrating the supper at the Oasis. They will
ration on the be moving up north.
is change is Herman recently turned
that the 4th 98 years old. He performed
his year, and in last month Flamingo
ct with many Show; Ruth was the director


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Send items directly
to editor at Citizen
Palm Cay columnist
Carol Beaver will be
away for the summer
beginning this week.
Anyone who has news
to submit for Palm Cay
should e-mail it di-
rectly to editor@smcit-
izen.com.

of the group until this year.
They will be greatly missed.
A special party took place
on Saturday the 29th at the
Oasis to say "goodbye" to
Curt Fowler who will be mov-
ing to New York to live near
his family Curt was our "pan-
cake flipper" at the pancake
breakfasts for many years.
He was a horseshoe player
and contact person for that
sport at Palm Cay Curt will
be missed by all his neigh-
bors and friends.
Informative speaker
If you missed the last
Homeowners meeting, you
missed a wonderful and in-
formative speaker. Pat
Gabriel brought us informa-
tion about the changes taking
place on the 200 corridor in
which we live. She started
her talk by saying that she
wanted to dispel the many
rumors which have been
floating around.
If you want to know about
all the areas she discussed,
read the minutes to the meet-
ing which are posted on the
bulletin board and in the li-


brary.
Besides discussing the up-
coming building projects, or
lack of, she told us of the
project to expand the Free-
dom Library She handed out
pamphlet about the wonder-
ful public parks that we have
in our area.
A special thanks goes out
to Jim Pettus for bringing us
this speaker.
Preparation
June 1 marked the begin-
ning of Hurricane season.
Your CERT group is an or-
ganization that will be avail-
able to the Palm Cay
community in the event of a
natural disaster. The mem-
bers have training for spe-
cific emergencies and have


been qualified in their field.
You are requested to up-
date your emergency sup-
plies, phone lists and have
your insurance papers up-to-
date. Be prepared by secur-
ing your property: trim trees
and shrubs around your
house and clear loose and
clogged rain gutters.
Be sure to have a disaster
supply kit ready The list of
supplies for this kit can be
found in the June Palm Cay
Sun.
Take pictures of your
home (inside and out) and
keep these with all your im-
portant papers in a water
proof container.
If you have any questions,
contact Louise McAleese.


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Board Certified
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Accepting Medicare, BCBS,
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* Physical Hypertension
* Congestive Heart Failure
* Angina, Coronary Artery
Disease, Palpitation
* High Cholesterol
* Thyroid Conditions
* Asthma, Emphysema,
Chronic Bronchitis


Upcoming events
Blood pressure screening
will take place the first Mon-
day of the month, on June 7
from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Keep
those important numbers
under control for your over-
all health.
The Republican Club
meets on June 10 (a Thurs-
day) at 7 p.m. at the Club-
house. You will be able to
meet three School Board
candidates: Angie Boynton,
Ron Crawford, and Tom
Patrick. A question and an-
swer session will follow each
speaker. Refreshments will
be served following the
meeting. Call Jim Pettus with
any questions.
The Singles will meet on
Wednesday, June 16, at 3:30
p.m. in the card room. All sin-
gle persons are most welcome
to join them at any time.


* Osteoporosis
* Osteo-Arthritis
* Allergic Rhinitis, Allergic
Dermatitis
* Removal of Small Skin Lumps &
Lesion
* Medical Treatment for Overweight
* Diabetes Mellitus


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4 ~ Friday, June 4, 2010


Community calendar


Friday June 4
Lions Club holds garage sale
The Southwest Ocala Lions Club will conduct a garage
sale to benefit the Marion County Humane Society on
June 4 and 5 at 7325 S.W 106th St. in Kings Court. Hours
are from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day
Shabbat Service on Friday evening
Congregation Beth Israel of Ocala will hold a Friday
evening Shabbat service at 8 p.m. on June 4 (please note
change of date) at the Collins Resource Center, at Tim-
berRidge, State Road 200, Building 300 in Ocala. The
service will be led by Rabbi Mona Decker, a Recon-
structionist rabbi from Jacksonville and byArthur Grae,
rabbinical intern from Leesburg who will give the ser-
mon.
Elaine Grae, wife of Arthur Grae and a cantorial vo-
calist, will sing the closing song. The service will feature
joyous music and congregation participation. All are
warmly welcome to attend! For further information, con-
tact Judi at 352-237-8277 or email
bethisraelocala@yahoo. com.
Saturday, June 5
Chess Club to meet
The chess club that formed at the Freedom Public Li-
brary meets the first Saturday of the month, from 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m.
Grab your board and chess pieces and come on down.
Interested persons are invited to attend for a rousing
game of chess.
It's your move!
For more information, call Ron at 352-873-2276.
Share to take orders this week
Share food orders can be placed on Saturday, June 5,
and Wednesday, June 9, from 9 to 11 a.m. at Ocala West
United Methodist Church, 9330 S.W 105th St.
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fully cooked chicken strips; plus a starter produce pack.
Family vlue $24, 3.94 pounds tray pack chicken leg
quarters; 1 pound ready to cook chicken breast fillets; 2
6-ounce sirloin tip steaks; 1 pound ground beef (8020);
1.2 pounds bone in ham steaks, plus starter produce
pack.
Fresh pdoruce, $8 and $12: Share now offers two pro-
duce packs: the Starter Produce for $8 and the Prime
Produce for $12. All Starting Point and Family Value
Packages include the Starter Produce. Both Produce
Package contains a large variety of fresh fruits and veg-
etables, including items never offered before at SHARE!
Items in Fresh Produce will be determined the week be-
fore Distribution Day, but will always include basics such
as potatoes, green leafy vegetables, and basic fruits.
Special packages also available can be found on
www.shareflorida.org.
For more info call 861-0904.
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.
WednesdayX June 9
Conversation Caf6 at church
The College Road Baptist Church English as Second
Language classes are discontinued during the summer
months. Instead, the church offers free Conversation
Cafe, beginning Wednesday, June 9.
The event welcomes all internationals with the op-
portunity to practice speaking English in a small group
setting.
Sessions are held every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Child
care is provided.
No books, no classes, just talking. For information call
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Thursday June 10
Bereavement group to meet
Widowed persons service of Marion County will offer
a bereavement support group at First Congregational
United Church of Christ, 7171 S.W State Road 200. Make
reservations by calling Mary at 352-237-3035.
The support group will meet every Thursday morning
beginning June 10 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. There will be six
sessions. Please plan to attend all sessions. Dr. Blair
Stewart is the facilitator.
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.
Saturday June 12
Stearns to conduct town meetings
"I believe that it is vital for elected officials to meet
regularly with the people they represent and answer
their questions and hear their concerns," stated Rep.
Cliff Stearns (R- Sixth). "I hope that you will come by one
of these meetings." The town meetings are open to all.
The meetings on Saturday, June 12, are:
Ocala, 1 p.m. to 2 p.m., CCF (formerly CFCC) audito-
rium, 3001 S.W College Road.
Ocala, 2:30 to 3:30 p.m., Joy Lutheran Church, 7045 S.W
83rd Place at State Road 200.


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SU T H M AR I 0 N


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 World, Kingsland Country Estates,
Countryside Farms, Marion Landing, Majestic Oaks, Hidden Lake,
Woods and Meadows Estates, Paddock Farms, Saddle Oak Club, Deer
Creek, Chenywood Estates, Hardwood Trails, Candler Hills, Country
Oaks, and Harvest Meadows, among others.
Postmaster: Entered asThird Class Matter at the post office in Ocala,
Fla., 34477.
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SundayM June 13

Second Sunday Drum Circle

Once a month, drummers, dancers, and onlookers con-
vene at the far end of Fort Island trail beach to play
rhythms and music. At 6 p.m. on June 13 (the second Sun-
day), and monthly, throughout the summer, this get to-
gether is free and open to all, including children and
beginners.
For information call Linda at 352-746-0655.

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.
All interested persons are welcome to attend this free
seminar.
For further information call St. Matthew's Lutheran
Church at 352-629-5948. St. Mathew's Lutheran Church
is at 3453 N.E. Silver Springs Blvd, Ocala.


Thursday. June 17

WOW singles to meet

WOW Singles will meet at the following location. No
dues.
Please call 352-861-9487 or 352-237-5842 after 9 a.m. for
more info.
June 17, Thursday, 11:30 a.m., Ruby Tuesday, 3500 S.W
College Road (State Road 200).
Saturday. June 19

Music, bike festival at Circle Square

Put on your leather, grab your biking buddies and ride
your motorcycle down to The Town Square at Circle
Square Commons on Saturday, June 19 from 11 a.m. to 9
p.m.
You will enjoy a full day of live musical entertainment
and more than 30 craft and food vendors.
Music Schedule:
11:00 a.m., Donald J- Jazz
Noon, Sounds of Time Oldies
1:30 p.m., Karaoke Corner
3 p.m., Radar Caribbean
4:30 p.m., Live Bait Jimmy Buffet Tribute
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Democrats host canteen-era dance

The Marion County Democratic Party is hosting a
fundraising canteen-era dance. The fundraiser will take
place on Friday, June 25, at The American Legion, at Tus-
cawilla 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 Headquarters 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 the "DEC Make a Differ-
ence Day."
There will be dance music from the 1940s, 1950s and
1960s as well as dance and nostalgic costume contests.
Setups will be provided and participants are asked to
BYOB and to also bring hors d'oeuvres to share.

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Join us on this two-day mys-
tery trip. Can't tell you
where we are going but will
be a lot of fun, things you
probably haven't been to. In-
cludes 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 & Other
Strangers, Thursday, Sept.
16: Join us in Clearwater for
this very funny comedy
about four different roman-
tic situations. Cost includes
reserved seats for the mati-
nee show, complete hot
lunch buffet, all taxes and
tips.
Show Palace Dinner The-
atre, Mid Life: The Crisis
Musical, Thursday, Sept. 23:
Join us for this musical com-
edy spoof about the joys of


aging. Cost includes bus, re-
served seats for the matinee
show, complete hot and cold
lunch buffet, all taxes and
tips, sold out/waitlist open.
Sleuth's Mystery Theatre,
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
matinee show, all taxes and
tips.
Cedar Key Seafood Festi-
val, Saturday, Oct. 15: Come
enjoy the annual Seafood
Festival with local seafood,
arts, crafts and live enter-
tainment. Includes bus and
tip for driver. Lunch is on
your own.
IP Casino Resort, Biloxi,
Aug. 22 to Aug. 25. Two
casino visits. For info, call
Natalie at 352-854-4561.
National Parks Cross
Country Motor Coach Trip,


21 days, Aug. 1-21, 2011:
Mount. Rushmore Yellow-
stone Old Faithful Crazy
Horse Memorial Badlands
National Park Deadwood -
Grand Teton Bryce Canyon
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Verde Durango 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, gratuity for
driver. Payment info, $200
per person deposit to hold
space. Final payment due
by May 23, 2011, payment
plans available, all pay-
ments refundable until May
23,2011. TravelGuard Insur-
ance $215 pp/dbl, escorted
by Laura Kane, driven by
Brian Taylor Minimum of 25
passengers for trip to be a
guaranteed departure, max-
imum of 40 seats will be
sold. This will be a 55-pas-
senger motor coach with a


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not drive for more than 2-
2/12 hours at one time with-
out 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 occu-
pancy.
Singles dinner
All singles in Cherrywood
are invited. We meet in the
Cherrywood lot at 4:30 p.m.
and carpool from there. The
following is the schedule for
dinners in the month of


June:
June 6 -
June 13-
June 20-
June27-


Outback
-Applebee's
- Olive Garden
- Royal Orchid


Bocce Summer League
We are putting together a
Bocce Summer League. We
will be starting the league
on Saturday, June 5 at 6:30
p.m. Come join us and let's


have fun. If you have any
questions, please contact
Holly at 35-873-8223 or Fred
O'Hern at 352-237-5391.
Nine-ball tournament
The third annual Norm
Pellerin 9-Ball Tournament
is scheduled to be played
beginning July 26. This
event is opened to all Cher-
rywood residents. So chalk-
up pool players and sign up
for this event Entrants must
register by July 19. There is
a sign up sheet in pool room.
See Geri at the Clubhouse
for more information.
Activities Team trip
The Activities Team trip
will be to Marty Carroll's
Swanie's Supper Club in
Spring Hill on Wednesday,
June 16.
The bus will leave Cher-
rywood at 5 p.m. sharp. The
supper club is casual fine
dining. Meals and drinks
will be on your own. Marty's
entertainment starts at 7


p.m.
We still need more people
to fill the bus for this fun
trip. For those of you who
remember Marty Carroll
from our "Hot Summer
Nights" Dance a year or so
ago, she now has her own
Supper Club where she per-
forms. Marty remembers
coming to Cherrywood and
is excited about our plan-
ning to go to the Supper
Club. Let's make it a great
showing of Cherrywood sup-
port
Accordion Club
The Accordion Club meet
the fourth Wednesday of the
month (June 23) from 5:30 to
9 p.m. Call Dick Richards at
352-208-5245 for more infor-
mation. Plan on attending to
either play the accordion or
just enjoy the music.
Democratic Club
The Cherrywood Demo-
cratic Club will have an
open meeting on June 18 at
2 p.m. in the Clubhouse card
room. All Cherrywood resi-
dents are welcome. Re-
freshments will be served.
The club meets on the
third Friday of each month
at 2 p.m. Harriet Scarpino,
352-873-9955, is the presi-
dent.
Nancy Archer and her
daughter Christine are 12-
year Cherrywood residents
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June 4 2:00pm
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learn about mental illnesses, their primary symptoms,
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June 14 12:00pm
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June 11 2:00pm
Learn general fire safety and tips
for fire escape planning, preventing
kitchen fires, candle safety, and fire
extinguishers. You will also learn
about house fire defense and smoke alarms and
how to maintain them. Friendship Station 21's
engine will be there to tour. Join Marion County
Fire Rescue for this informative presentation.

STaking Control of
Your Diabetes
June 15 2:00pm
This monthly interactive educational
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with improving diabetes control. Brenda Forrest,
RN, Stroke Team Coordinator, will speak on
diabetes and the stroke connection and Julietta
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OPINION


E D I TO R I A L


No texting


while you're driving

The driver was ready to pull out onto State Road 200,

with a green light, one day last week. Fortunately, he
looked before hitting the gas pedal, and he saw a car
bearing down on him at a high rate of speed.
The car didn't stop for the red light.
As it went by, he could see the young female driver com-
pletely oblivious to what was going on around her, looking
down at her cell phone, probably either texting or reading
a text. She jumped noticeably when other drivers honked
at her
Therein lies the problem of new technology. People are
too easily tempted to read or type while driving.
People have been using cell phones in cars for years. Be-
fore that it was CB radios. Using devices such as these
could prove to be a distraction, but they didn't involve tak-
ing your eyes off the road for any great length of time.
Now, use of texting has become a dangerous distraction
that could lead to major accidents.
It's time for a law banning this practice while driving. The
Legislature needs to take action to ban something that is a
danger to others.
We've always been in favor of government leaving us
alone to do what we want in our own cars, and that includes
wearing seat belts. However, when in-car practices
threaten others, then it is time to step in and protect people
from themselves.


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

A child shall lead them protest, not at the business, but at a
On the morning of May 30, I was man's home. He returned from one
standing at the main entrance of son's ball game to find this MOB on
Walmart on State Road 200 doing his property, resulting in his other
poppies for the VFW, when a little son being so terrified he locked
girl and her mother approached himselfinthe bathroom. He called
Sme. the police but they would not come
The little girl, I would say she to assure his family's safety, which
was about 9 or 10 years old, was dig- was disgraceful. He then locked the
ging in the pocket of her skirt and one son in his car, walked to his
her mother asked her what she was house, retrieved his other son, re-
doing. She replied that she was get- moving him from the house. Can
ting some money to get one of those you imagine the fear that family ex-
flowers. Hermotherthenaskedher perienced? Where is the uproar
if she was going to use her tooth from the media from that type mob
fairy money, and the girl said yes. behavior? If that had been a Tea
After the girl got her poppy, her Party protest, every newspaper and
mother asked her what Memorial newscast would have been all over
Day was all about, and the little girl this story.
said it was when we pray for those I'm not sure what I would have
soldiers who died. done ifthat had been my family, but
Don Eckerdt I believe I would have told the po-
Commander lice that if the protesters didn't
VFWPost4781 evacuate my property I would take
it as a threat to our lives and would
It was two, now it's three act accordingly I thank God I didn't
Having just witnessed two of the have to make that decision. What a
most despicable events I can recall, disgrace this type of intimida-
we now have another that simply tion/terrorism can occur here in
makes me wonder what it will take America, and they get away with it.
to wake some of our citizens from We now learn that our president
their deep sleep. will not go to Arlington Cemetery to
When Mexico's president, speak- place the wreath on the grave ofthe
ing to our Congress, insulted the Unknown Soldier. His supporters
state of Arizona, all of the Democ- will excuse this as they do other
rats rose to give him a standing ova- questionable actions of this presi-
tion. Regardless of the issue, that dent, but how can any veteran, any
type behavior is unacceptable. As citizen who respects the ultimate
an after thought, I wish every Re- price paid for our freedom by these
publican would have risen, but to great warriors not be upset by his
exit the building, simply walking actions on this Memorial Day?
out. What an insult to one of our What will it take to make you start
states, but our media didn't seem to paying attention to what is happen-
think it was wrong, which speaks to ing in this administration?
their lack of patriotism and love for Wayne Rackley
America. Ocala
Then we have 14 bus loads of
"union" supporters coming to PLEASE SEE LETTERS, PAGE 10


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fool the voters. The fact is, the ing. Me
police can already check to see if tionalit
people they arrest are here prop- British,
erly necessa
Anyone who's ever listened to Sevei


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Predatory capitalism tions, r
Please ponder the musings of control
notable author, John Perkins: sources
"The real cause of our current as poli
meltdown is predatory capital- Theirsma
ism the mutant form of an eco- mismta
nomic system that encourages l entles
widespread exploitation to ben- greater
efit a small number of already greater
very wealthy people. A new geo- relegate
political system has emerged; relegat
today the CEOs of big corpora- the ran


*e scanner (and in the
paper business, that's a lot
as heard the police call in
k on people. After they're
d for some misdemeanor
ny, the police always do a
found check. It's relatively
find out if a person is in
intry illegally
is commercial is actually
igless, but it leads people
that the candidate is pro-
something that can't hap-
w, and that's just not the
s.
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I'd like to make about this
w.
hue and cry over the Ari-
w was that it would lead
al profiling. Well, I hate to
a, but most of Arizona's il-
mmigrants from Mexico
ll, Mexicans. There's al-
federal law that says the
must carry green cards
her ID, so what's the big

nd, there's the age-old
question: What part of the
illegal" don't they under-
People who do illegal
should be jailed. What's so
comprehend about that?
don't call it racial profil-
xicans are a different na-
y, the same as Canadians,
, French, etc. They are not
arily from a different race.
ral years ago when I was


working in the Chiefland area, I
went out to a watermelon farm to
do a preview story for the Water-
melon Festival, one of the big
events of the year over there.
There were a number of people
standing around, and I got out of
my car and asked where the
owner could be found and I told
them why, because I was from a
newspaper.
You never saw so many people
disappear so fast. It made me
wish I remembered more from
my three years of high school
Spanish.
I started to wonder why they
were allowed to be there. Even if
they were arrested and de-
ported, you know darned well
that they'd be back, because
that's where the money is.
So why not arrest the people
who hire them. Maybe if a couple
of wealthy landowners went to
federal prison, they'd stop hiring
illegals (please don't call them
aliens, they're human beings
from our planet).
But back to the point. When
you watch politicians' commer-
cials, take them as entertain-
ment, not factual. Better still, pay
close attention, take notes, and
do some fact-checking on your
own. You might be surprised at
what you find.
Jim Clark is the editor of the
South Marion Citizen. He can be
reached at editor@smcitizen. com
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few who live in mansions and the
many who are malnourished or
starving."
In my opinion, they exemplify
an egotistical regime out of con-
trol since 1954, the real puppet
masters, who pull the strings,
known as the "Bilderberg
Group."
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OPINION Friday, June 4, 2010 9


RIGHT DOWN THE CORRIDOR


Movers and shakers who manipulate the U.S.


Robert E.
Beckner
This column is about
the movers and shak-
ers who earnestly col-
lude to start and stop wars,
manipulate stock markets
and interest rates, maintain
class distinctions and even
censor the six o'clock news.
All this is done under the
mindful auspices of the
Council on Foreign Rela-
tions, the public relations
part of this secret group. The
next two are the Bilderberg
and the Trilateral Commis-
sion.
Much of what these three
groups do has long been hid-
den from the public, but it
now appears America is
going to be involved publicly
in the affairs of these three,
via the International Mone-
tary Fund that has issued a
report to the European Com-
mission on March 19, that
Europe needs a fundamental
overhaul of its financial sta-
bility architecture and the
IMF staff wrote a separate
report on the world economy,
saying, it has reached a
"breaking point" and called
for "transnational laws" to


create a global economic
agency. Bilderberg, last year,
called for the IMF to evolve
into a "world treasury de-
partment." This global con-
trol will include the United
States and the Western
Hemisphere. This will be the
first ever assessment of the
U.S. financial sector. The
Washington Post (controlled
by Bilderberg) is working to
condition its readers to the
story by an editorial on
March 21, calling for global
norms for "financial regula-
tion" in the aftermath of the
great recession. Remember
Greece was almost bankrupt
until it was bailed out by the
European Community (E.U.)
and several other E.U. coun-
tries; Spain, Italy, Ireland
and Portugal in the IMF and
other countries are not far
behind as to failing. These
people are also worried
about Obama's constant
deficit spending that is get-
ting close to putting us under
the microscope regarding
our finances. They feel they
will be the ultimate winner
of the outcome of dragging
America further into the
deep net of becoming closer
all the time to being similar
to an E.U. country. All this is
headed right where Obama
wants it to.
Obama called Greece
Prime Minister George Pa-
pandreou on May 2, and told
him he welcomed the ambi-
tious reform program an-
nounced by Greek


authorities after the IMF and
"Eurozone" members con-
firmed the unprecedented
110 billion Euro bailout after
Athens agreed to draconian
spending cuts on a swathe of
painful cuts and tax rises.
Greece's problems were ac-
tually very much like ours.
We are heading for the same
treatment if we don't stop
spending. We are an out-of-
control government and on
the verge of collapse. Obama
is transforming the structure
of our country Last year, the
government closed 145 banks
and this year they have al-
ready closed 65. The Ameri-
can people have got to stop
and see where we are
headed and begin to recog-
nize the attacks of the liberal
Progressive Movement. They
are attacking our morals and
our character. We must edu-
cate the public on the facts
and get truly conservative
candidates that are best able
to start changing our country,
share what you know with
others.
The establishment of a
world controlled bank has
been around since 1913 as
one of the planks in the Com-
munist Manifesto. But the
U.S. Senate refused to give
up America's sovereignty to
the League of Nations at the
close of World War I. That's
when the Council on Foreign
Relations was formed and its
purpose was to destroy the
freedom and independence
of the U.S. and lead our na-


STA N G


tion into a world government.
The CFR attracted men of
power, influence and financ-
ing came from the Rocke-
feller Foundation and the
Carnegie Foundation. In
1940 at the invitation of Pres-
ident Roosevelt CFR mem-
bers joined domination over
the State Department and
they have maintained that
domination "ever since."
The CFR's influence has
spread to other vital areas of
the American life. The mem-
bers have run or are running
NBC, CBS, New York Times,
Life, Fortune, Newsweek,
Business Week and numer-
ous other publications. They
dominate the academic
world, top corporations,
labor unions, exempt foun-
dations, the military and just
about every segment of
American life.
These men and their cor-
porations were known as
"The Insiders" and one ofthe
sinister tactics employed by
the socialists to gain eco-
nomic control of the people
was to accumulate huge na-
tional indebtedness. By pay-
ing interest on the debt gives
government leaders the ex-
cuse to impose more and
more taxes. Another tactic
involved getting massive
numbers of citizens on wel-
fare rolls where they become
dependent upon government
and so government can count
on their votes. Another
scheme is to burden the pro-
ductive sector with costly, un-
necessary and production
inhibiting regulations. There
right before you is the exact
traits of the Obama-led ad-
ministration that has brought
this country closer to its
knees, where it is right now!
How much more do we have
to see America dragged
down? Are we now con-
vinced? The third leg of this
group of conspirators not yet


mentioned is the Bilderberg
Movement. Americans have
been conditioned by the
mass media to believe con-
spiracies against the public
only exist in banana republic
or communist nations. This
Bilderberg group is made up
of the world's richest and
powerful men and women,
many from European royalty
who meet once a year to dis-
cuss the issues of the day
Many researchers claim they
conspire to manufacture and
manage world events. They
are the most secret of the
three and often carry cross
memberships in two or more
of the three groups. It's hard
to talk about one group with-
out the other, such as the
CFR has exerted powerful
influence and control over
U.S. policies now for nearly
the past century and this in-
fluence has been shared with
the Bilderbergs, saying they
have a goal of hastening the
era of world government.
The Bilderberg group keeps
both its agenda and member-
ships a secret, while the
other two groups don't.
As this is being written, the
Bilderberg Group is holding
a joint meeting with the Tri-
lateral Commission in
Dublin. Ireland, May 6-10
and if tradition is followed,
Bilderberg will later hold an-
other secret session. The
Bilderberg, possibly the
strongest of the three groups,
called last year for the IMF to
evolve into a "world treasury
department," when they held
their meeting in Greece.
American patriots such as
Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) de-
nounced any surrender of
U.S. sovereignty and so did
some European Nationalists.
The Bilderberg-controlled
Brookings Institution, said of
the IMF that it is not just a
currency or monetary union,
"it is a political project."


America has been in the
grasp of these groups, no-
tably the CFR, for many,
many years. They start with
picking out bright young men
from Harvard and Yale,
make them Rhodes Scholars,
train them to their way of
thinking and they become all
parts of our government and
military These include Pres-
ident Carter, Reagan, H.W
Bush, Clinton and later
Hillary and G.W, Bush. So
you can see it doesn't matter
to them which party is in con-
trol for when the American
people, "throw the rascals
out at any election, it is with-
out any profound or exten-
sive shifts in policy To go
into any of this mess deeply,
obviously would take more
than a short column, but this
gives you some idea of how
our policies have been made
for years. Those in charge
are just mouthpieces, doing
what they are told. Sad, but
true, It's way past time to
vote into office people who
have strength of character
and integrity along with
being a conservative so all
this can be changed. Unfor-
tunately our current presi-
dent couldn't be happier the
way this global bank deal of
the IMF is turning out just
reread his telephone call
with Greek President Papan-
dreou. Few know that Amer-
ica is the largest contributor
to the IMF, 17.5 percent of the
IMF budget, sounds like our
contribution to the U.N. of 22
percent. Won't we ever
learn? Now we are at the
point of "BAILING OUT" for-
eign countries!
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.


The prophets of doom were correct


Wendy E.
Binnie


PEOPLE FIRST


F Scott Fitzgerald
wrote: "Let me tell
you about the very
rich. They are different from
you and me. They possess
and enjoy early, and it does
something to them, makes
them soft where we are hard,
and cynical where we are
trustful, in a way that, unless
you were born rich, it is very
difficult to understand. They
think, deep in their hearts,
that they are better than we
are because we had to dis-
cover the compensations and
refuges of life for ourselves.
Even when they enter deep
into our world or sink below
us, they still think that they
are better than we are. They
are different."


Most of them prance along
as if the economy is their
only care. Meanwhile the
vast majority of peons go
about their business and
never give a thought to the
water they drink or the air
they breathe or the potential
for a wipe-out from any of a
dozen different potential nat-
ural threats. Turn on the Sci-
ence or Discovery channel,
and you might want to think
about some of those things
we tend to block out of our
minds or, oftentimes, tend to
take for granted: like the fu-
ture of the world.
Unfortunately, most of us
are unwilling pawns in the
continuing conflict between
man and nature that has
been going on since the evo-
lution of homo erectus. We
assume we can't do anything
about it so we wipe such
thoughts from our brains. In
total denial, the networks
and cable shows go on and on
saying the same stuff over
and over as if it really mat-
ters over the long term who
did what and why They, we
and the ultra riche should
learn and understand the
word "inevitable." In the
meantime the polar bears'
population is falling off be-
cause they can't find food for


their young since the ice
flows are melting. Seals can-
not get their fill of the her-
ring they need to survive and
fish are dwindling because of
the warming of their habitat;
but hey, that's for the other
guys to worry about. But who
IS really worrying about such
things? Certainly, not our
representatives who seem to
worry only about filling their
war chests and of course the
very rich who assume noth-
ing bad can happen to them!
These signs are the ca-
naries in the mine but they
don't cause us to pay more at-
tention to the proliferation of
casual factors all around us
that suggest Mother Nature
is really ticked off at all of
our abuses and is getting
ready to let us have it. Unless
something changes very
quickly, the Gulf of Mexico
will be for all intents and
purposes, destroyed. Busi-
ness sees fit to pollute what-
ever it likes. Flora and fauna
may never return, go look at
an oil-soaked bird. Fisher-
men are likely to be wiped
out. Does BP care? They
worry only about their bot-
tom line. Now the truth is
slowly emerging this was a

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Vets deserve protection
There is no group of
Americans who deserve
our praise and gratitude
more than the veterans
who fought and died de-
fending our country
against oppression and in-
vasion from foreign ene-
mies.
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veterans we should also


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survive. Out of that inferno
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tems and tubers. It
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produced the first mam-
mal, our ancestor.
The prophets of doom
tell us that global warming
will accelerate the next Ice
Age, and perhaps that will
be the case because all of
the markers seem to be
present including the
melting of the Greenland
protect them from our
politicians who think that
they are expendable and
available to fight wars in
foreign countries for polit-
ical reasons. These foreign
wars should be stopped im-
mediately as they are of no
help to America. The peo-
ple from these countries
hate us and will kill as
many Americans as they
can to make up for the
harm we have caused
them.
Many government offi-


Cap at an accelerated rate
and the break up of the
southwestern part of
Antarctica which fits right
into the Ice Age scenario;
this along with the stop-
ping of the moderating in-
fluence of the
underground river that
regulates temperatures
around the world. If that
goes on hold, tempera-
tures can be expected to
plummet; that's what hap-
pened 10,000 years ago as
near as scientists can cal-
culate. So we bitch and
moan about everything
while the world collapses
before our eyes. It is per-
haps a modern day version
cials do not feel the pain of
those killed in the actual
war which involves road
side bombs and suicide
bombers who are united in
their effort to fill the for-
eign invader. The two wars
of choice that we are
presently involved in are
not to defend America but
to prove to the rest of the
world that our military is
as good as any third world
country
We must honor our vet-
erans by bringing them
home to defend our bor-
ders and help other Amer-
icans in need. The Gulf
states need our help in
protecting our shore line
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Thank goodness for
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more aware of what's hap-
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We can boost our curios-
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Check out the place you
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RELIGION

OUT TO PASTOR


Be careful what you wish for


Rev.
James L.
Snyder


A song has been going
through my head
. ately and I just can-
not seem to get it out. You
know how it is, you hear a
song in the morning and it
buzzes in your head all day
long, no matter what you try
to do.
The song playing in my
head for the past week
comes from an old Disney
movie, "When you wish
upon a star." My problem
with songs playing in my
head is that I do not know
all the words. I would not
mind so much if I knew all
of the words and could sing
along with the melody play-
ing in my head. You can
only sing "La, la, la, la," for a
short time before journey-
ing into the land of
Crazyville.
According to the Gracious
Mistress of the Parsonage, I
have visited Crazyville so
much she thinks I could run
for mayor. I do not know
what she means by that!
It is now June and you


know what they say about
June brides. Every young
girl wishes for a June wed-
ding. I do not know why, be-
cause I know of no young
man who dreams of a June
wedding. In fact, weddings
are the farthest thing from a
young man's mind. He has
other, more sensible things
he is wishing for.
What most young men
wish for in June is a day off
so they can go fishing at
their favorite fishing hole.
What could be more sensi-
ble than that? The differ-
ence between going fishing
and planning a wedding is
vast and all but incompre-
hensible.
Weddings take a lot of
planning, not to mention
money I think it is at the
wedding planning stage that
a young woman establishes
her attitude concerning
money that will be with her
the rest of her life. And,
planning her wedding occu-
pies all of her thinking for
months at a time, if not
years.
However, fishing is some-
thing altogether different A
young man can wish about
going fishing while he is
doing something else. He
may be in a classroom or on
the job, wherever he is,
wishing about his favorite
fishing hole is a luxury only
a young man can appreci-
ate.
Weddings cost a fortune,


whereas going fishing
hardly costs anything ex-
cept your time. For exam-
ple, when the urge to go
fishing comes, a young man
can drop whatever he is
doing, grab his favorite fish-
ing tackle and head for "Ye
Old Fishing Hole." That is
all there is to it. He confers
with no one else.
For a wedding to come off
spectacularly, there has to
be a bride and groom. You
cannot have a wedding with
only one person. Fishing, on
the other hand only occu-
pies the time of one person.
You do not have to lure any-
body else into the activity
Another difference is in
the area of multitasking.
When the young woman
is wishing about her wed-
ding, she cannot think of
anything else. The whole
project monopolizes her
thinking so she cannot do
anything else. Every time
you talk to her all she is
talking about is her wed-
ding and the plans associ-
ated with it.
Her male counterpart can
be in the middle of his fish-
ing experience and be free
to think about anything he
would like to think about.
He can relax and enjoy the
scenery, think about what
he is going to do when he
gets home that evening,
plan out his agenda for the
job tomorrow or the class he
is attending. Fishing offers


a young man a wide variety
of options that are missing
in planning a wedding.
Once the young woman
casts her thoughts in the di-
rection of a wedding, noth-
ing else can get in the way
The young man, however,
can think about fishing on
the fly
Another important con-
sideration is that a young
woman only plans for one
wedding. That is, unless you
are some Hollywood
celebrity trying to see who
can have the most weddings
before they die. Overall, the
young woman is planning
for "The Wedding" of her


life. It is a one-shot deal,
and when it is over all she
has left are memories.
Fishing is an ongoing
event. It is not a one-time
deal and then it's over, but it
is something that can be re-
peated throughout life. If
one fishing experience is
not completely satisfactory,
there is always the next one,
and the one after that.
After the wedding the
young woman can only
boast about the man she
caught. However, the young
angler can boast about all
those fish that got away The
more that gets away the bet-
ter the fishing experience.
A young woman catches one
husband and then she is
done.
I have to mention some-


thing very similar to a
woman's wedding and a
man's fishing. The woman
has one wedding dress she
keeps the rest of her life, ex-
cept she never wears it. The
young man has one fishing
vest and hat for the rest of
his life, but he wears them
every time he goes fishing.
Nobody can spend their
entire life wishing. The
Bible admonishes us,
"Counsel in the heart of
man is like deep water; but
a man of understanding will
draw it out" (Proverbs 20:5
KJV).
Wishing is all right but
there comes a time when a
person has to draw upon his
counsel and apply it to
something productive and
glorifying to God.


OBITUAR Y


Wendell F. Belieu, 80,
of Ocala
Wendell Belieu, 80, passed
away on June 1, 2010.
Born in
Bridge-
port, Neb.,
June 26,
1929 to
Forrest
and Susie (nee Wetherby) Be-
lieu, Wendell attended
Chadron State Teachers Col-
lege for two years before
serving in the Navy for four
years during the Korean War.
He finished his teaching de-
gree at the University of Ne-
braska. Wendell taught


junior high science in the
Omaha public schools before
becoming a counselor. He
then became principal of
Nathan Hale Junior High,
and later taught in the In-
structional Materials Center
where he taught basic com-
puter programming and pho-
tography
Wendell is survived by his
wife of 51 years, Margaret;
son, Dennis of St. Louis, Mo.;
daughter, Erin Belieu of Tal-
lahassee; grandson, Jude
Countryman; brother, Stan-
ley of Sidney, Neb.; sister, Do-
lores Carlson of Thornton,
Colo.


Wendell was known to the
Palm Cay community as an
avid visual artist, author and
poet. For ten years Wendell
was the editor of The Palm
Cay Sun.
A gathering of family and
friends will be on Saturday,
June 5, 2010 from 2 to 4 p.m.
at the Oasis Clubhouse in
Palm Cay. In lieu of flowers,
Wendell's family asks that
memorial donations be made
to the Roberts Elementary
School programs for special
education and the gifted,
5777 Centerville Road, Talla-
hassee, FL 32309. Please in-
dicate the donation is in
memory of Wendell Belieu.


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Vacation Bible School


Our Redeemer
Lutheran Church
Vacation Bible School
will take place Monday,
June 21, through Friday,
June 25, at Our Redeemer
Lutheran Church, 5200
S.W State Road 200.
"Planet Zoom" is the
theme for this adventure
which will be from 9 a.m. to
noon for children ages 4 to
12. Registration begins on
June 1, to register your
child or children, or for
more information please
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p.m.
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Graceland and Beale
Street plus other sights.
Call Bob at 854-0702 for
more particulars.
Tour of the Smokies
Also, in November is a
show trip to the Smoky
Mountains. This trip leaves
in November with free
time in Gatlinburg and a
step-on-guided tour of the
Smokies. This will be a fun
trip taking in many popu-
lar shows.
Key West
Still on the Road Again is
a coach trip to Key West de-
parting Jan 16 for 6-days, 5


School 2010" will take
place June 21 through the
June 25. The theme for this
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.
All Children ages 4
through 10 years are wel-
comed to the Church of the
nights, three of which are
in Key West. Call Bob for
more information.
Bob has an informa-
tional website at www.bob-
woodsontheroadagain.com
or call him at 854-0702.
Free Health Screening
On Tuesday, July 27, from
10 a.m. till 1 p.m. in the
H&R building this screen-
ing will take place. For
more information, call the
H&R office at 854-8707, ex-
tension 7533 or 7530.
Waterloo Bridge
I saw the 1940 movie,
"Waterloo Bridge" starring
Vivien Leigh and Robert
Taylor at Live Oak Hall.
Not many people showed
up for some reason. They


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!
College Park Church
College Park Church,
3140 S.W 26th St., across
from CFCC, will have two
Vacation Bible School
"Super Saturdays" featur-
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on June 19 and June 26; 9
to 11 a.m.; 3 years old to 5th
grade. Sign up today, 237-
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OcalaWest
United Methodist
Everyone ages 4 through
104 is invited to Galactic
Blast: A Cosmic Adventure
Praising God, a vacation
missed a good show. It held
my interest throughout.
Dr. Wellington gave us
some information before
we watched the movie.
This picture was Leigh's
second favorite role to play.
Her favorite was A Street
Car Named Desire with
Clark Gable. She hated to
kiss him because of his bad
breath. In this movie she's
a ballerina. She did study it
from the age of 7 to 13 but
then preferred acting.
The Movie Club
On Sunday, June 13, at 6
p.m., this movie will be
shown. It stars Meryl
Streep, Alec Baldwin, and
Steve Martin. I saw the
movie and it's one you
shouldn't miss. It's funny,


Bible school June 21 to 25,
9 a.m. to noon.
For information, call the
church office at 352-854-
9550, ext. 320 or visit the
church's website at
www.ocalawestumc.com to
register.
Maranatha Baptist
Church
A vacation Bible school
will take place at
Maranatha Baptist Church,
525 Marion Oaks Trail,
June 21 to June 25, from
6:30 to 8:30 p.m., with a
special awards program on
Sunday, June 27, at 10:45
a.m.
The program is free. It
focuses on culture and di-
versity and how God loves
all of us and wants us to
interesting, and a great
way to spend an evening.
The Entertainment Group
This group announces
their Show Series for 2010-
2011 and what a Series it is.
The theme is tributes to
icons of show business.
John Denver, Fats
Domino, The Jersey Boys
and Jay Leno.
In addition to these trib-
utes, the recipient of the
American Comedy Award
as "Female Stand Up Co-
median Of The Year". And,
of course, their annual
show kicking off the Holi-
day Season at OTOW
Closing the series to cap
off St. Patrick's "month" is
the return of Ireland's
most renowned singer,


love as he does. Each child
will benefit greatly from
this program.
All participants must
pre-register by Sunday,
June 7, at the church office
Monday through Friday, 9
a.m. to noon, or by calling
352-347-5683.
Joy Lutheran Church
It's time to register for
the BAOBAB BLAST! All
children from kinder-
garten through 5th grade
are invited to attend VBS
on July 19-23 from 9 a.m.
noon. Baobab is a gigantic
tree grown on the African
Savannah. It can grow to 98
feet tall and 36 inches
wide. The tree provides fo-
liage, fruit and bark -
basic life needs for many
songwriter, comedian and
pianist.
"And this too shall pass ..."
June Roberta is retired
and lives in OTOW She en-
joyed a diverse career, in-
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creatures. It serves as a
meeting place for people to
gather it is a symbol of
community.
Through music, art proj-
ects, games and bible sto-
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understand how to build
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secretary to a theatrical at-
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(352) 237-5741
Rev. John Downing, Pastor
Rev. Jeff Rountree, Minister of Worship
Rev. Rob Loy, Jr., Student Minister

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(Nursery Provided)
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9425 N. Citrus Springs Blvd.,
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489-5511
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Sunshine Committee's Funderbar raises $600


Betsy Ross visit
Yes indeed, per Pam's
arrangements, it really was
that Betsy Ross who visited
Marion Landing recently.
She let us in on her aston-
ishing life and loves, outliv-
ing three husbands while
coping with General
R o g George Washington's con-
Patterson cept of the original Ameri-
can flag along the way.
Connie Gay's wonderful
performance earned her a
standing ovation.


vian Waite reports
V their mystery dinner
fundraiser added a
much appreciated 600
bucks to the Sunshine Com-
mittee coffers. Gordon Her-
rick's "Honky Tonk
Homicide" skit, with a cast
of thousands made up by
Betty Kraus, Charlie and
Eddie Mock, Jim Pohlers,
Connie and Les Rowe as
well as Fran and Frank Szu-
tar, was a hit-and-a-half
made completely believ-
able by Ed Gorsky's fabu-
lous refurbished scenery.
With a little help from KFC,
Rich Toneske's volunteer
team prepared and served
the 4-course dinner be-
tween thespian interrup-
tions. No, I couldn't figure
out whodunit, either.
Exercise that's all wet
Not only can you be
swimming or walking pool
laps for your exercise, but
this time of year means
even more choices. Having
warmed up indoors, Dotty
Bouchet's Watercize gang
continues to loosen up in
the pool on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays.
Pat Wurst's Water Aerobics
classes are somewhat more
energizing from Monday
through Friday and there's
a rumor some folks enjoy
doing both. On top of that,
water volleyball will be
making waves in the west
end of the pool mid-after-
noons every day, as well as
Friday evenings. Check for
event times in your activi-
ties calendar.
Monthly birthday parties
Liz Herrick assures us
monthly birthday parties
will be held despite closure
of our Lifestyle Center for
two months. July natal day
celebrations will be com-
bined with June birthdays
for a double party and the
same concept with bring
our neighbors born in Au-
gust together as September
party guests. And it looks
like Pam will be working
out of Eric's office in the
Bowling Center during July
and August redecoration
activities.
Apology
I apologize for mislead-
ing anyone who expected to
have their car washed dur-
ing the Relay for Life activ-
ities of West Port High's
Key Club members.
My deadline caught up
with me before I learned it
apparently didn't fit into
middle school rules and
regs, so had to be cancelled.
Otherwise, these young
folks made their sponsoring
Friendship Kiwanians
proud of our younger gen-
eration with their partici-
pation in last month's
all-night-long fund raiser
for the American Cancer
Society.


Search Team pleases Capt
Terrell
Capt Tom Terrell compli-
mented Mary Callahan and
the Marion Landing Search
Team for their perform-
ance in a recent surprise
drill. Without any notice,
the system worked
smoothly and efficiently,
backup personnel filled in
as anticipated and the
"Wanderer" was found de-
spite his unexpected ap-
pearance and performance.


Did you know?
Did you know chauffeur
was not always been the title
of limousine drivers for the
well-to-do? This French
word meant "a stoker", or
one who stoked wood or coal
into fires heating steam boil-
ers.
Those shoveling coal into


steam ship and railway loco-
motive fire boxes were the
original stokers.
It became associated with
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1800s and into the 20th cen-
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Friday, June 4, 2010 15


Having some pun fun with car stories


On this day in 1896,
Henry Ford took his
first car out for a test
drive. As summer ap-
proaches, many of us are
using descendents of these
first vehicles on our vaca-
tions. Accordingly, Pun
Alley is filled with car sto-
ries.
Young and Foolish
Elsie, a senior citizen,
stopped to drive into a park-
ing space when a young man
in his brand new red BMW
pulled into the space. In an
angry mood she said to the


Dr. Lee


fellow, "I was about to park
there."
The man replied, "That's
what you can do when
you're young and bright."
This annoyed Elsie so
much she backed up her car,
stamped on the accelerator
and rammed straight into
his BMW
The young man ran back
to his car and shouted,
"What did you do that for?"
Elsie smiled at him and
said, "That's what you can
do when you're old and
rich."


Dr.
Dr.


Rolling Along
John went to a Daytona
Beach nightclub and
showed the doorman his
driver's license and one of
the wheels off his car The
doorman asked what the
wheel was for
John said, "The guy on the
radio said you were check-
ing IDs and a tire."
Pickup Records
The National Transporta-
tion Safety Board recently
announced they had funded
a project with automakers
for the past five years


whereby black boxes were
installed in pickup trucks to
try to determine what hap-
pens in the last 15 seconds
before an accident
They were surprised to
find in 47 of the 50 states the
drivers last words in 61 per-
cent of fatal crashes were,
"Oh, No!" Only the states of
South Carolina, West Vir-
ginia and Arkansas were
different, where 89 percent
of the final words were,
"Hold my beer and watch
this."


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Original, Ultra Fresh, and
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associated with the long-
term excessive use of our
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adhesive products." While
the manufacturer states that
their products are safe when
used as directed, use of
excessive amounts of the
product over a period of
years may pose a threat of
neurological symptoms and
blood problems (such as
anemia) linked with
ingestion of the adhesive. It
should be noted that zinc is
not absorbed through the
mouth, but only when
swallowed. As a precaution
against unwanted effects
arising from misuse of the
product, GlaxoSmithKline
plans to reformulate their
products without zinc.
Do you use denture-
adhesive? As is the case in
many products, there are a
number of options
consumers have regarding
denture adhesives. Complete
denture treatment needs to be
customized for each patient's
particular needs. At the
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would hop right up in the
air about five feet. A sheriff
overtook the midget and
brought it to a stop.
"What's the big idea of
your car jumping that way?"
asked the cop.
The driver answered,
"Why, Officer, there's noth-
ing wrong with the car I've
got the hiccups."
Short Drives
When a man opens the
door of his car for his wife,
you can be sure of one thing:
either the car is new or the
wife.
"What's become of that
hit-and-run driver?"
"He's now doing his stunt
on the prison baseball
team."
If you're mad at someone,
first let him sit in your car,
and then you can belt him.
Musicians jazz up their
cars.
His girlfriend wanted him
to slow down the car, but he
put his foot down.
Husband: "I've got to get
rid of my chauffeur; he's
nearly killed me four
times."
Wife: "Oh, give him an-
other chance."
The new tiny gas-saving
cars are smaller and have
fewer seats, sort of like the
Democrats in November
Campbell's employees
soup up their cars.
I've got no-fault car insur-
ance. If I have an accident, I
just call the insurance com-
pany and they tell me it isn't
their fault.
"The horn on your car
must be broken."
"No, it's just indifferent."
"Indifferent? What do you
mean?"
"It just doesn't give a
hoot."
It's A Gas
I was driving on 484 and
ran out of gas. Just then, a
bee flew in my window and
said, "What seems to be the
problem"?
"I'm out of gas."
The bee flew away. Min-
utes later, a swarm of bees
flew to my car and into the
gas tank. After a few min-
utes, the bees flew out. "Try
it now," said one bee.
I turned the ignition key
and the car started right up.
"Wow!" I exclaimed. "What
did you put in my gas tank"?
"BP"
Nice Try
On a lonely, moonlit coun-
try road, a young man's car
engine started to cough. Im-
mediately pulling over to a
scenic little spot, he said to
the young lady next to him,
"That's funny, I wonder
what that knocking noise
was."
"I'll tell you one thing for
sure," said the girl coolly. "It
wasn't opportunity."
Waxing Away
A mother went to a doctor
in a panic. "Doctor! All day
long my daughter eats noth-
ing but yeast and car wax
and stays in bed. What will
happen to her?"
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doctor replied. "Eventually
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16 Friday, June 4, 2010


Dressing Up Freedom Public Library


S- Carol
Jones

FREEDOM PUBLIC

N ew acquisitions

proudly adorn the li-
brary's premises. A
picnic table sits to the side of
the building in the cool
shade of an oak, and two out-
door benches affixed to the
front columns provide a wel-
come break for patrons. A
third bench will soon be
added and a portable micro-
phone for use at various li-
brary events will also be


purchased.
Using the proceeds from
the raffle of the Chicken
Scratch quilt made and do-
nated by Freedom Quilters,
The Friends of Freedom
Public Library purchased
and installed the benches
and table last week. A wall
hanging in the Chicken
Scratch design, also made
and donated by Freedom
Quilters, will soon be on dis-
play inside the library for all
to enjoy
"We are so fortunate," says
Heather Ogilvie, library su-
pervisor, "to have the enthu-
siastic support of our family
and Friends. Staff and visi-
tors alike are thrilled with
the new benches and the pic-
nic table. Now the outside of
the library is as friendly as
the inside! We are proud of
the Freedom Quilters, a dy-
namic group of creative indi-
viduals committed to art and
community Thank you to all
of the members of the Free-


dom Quilters and Friends of
Freedom Public Library for
your generosity"
Jeannine Sirkoch, Free-
dom Quilters group leader, is
so proud of her group's par-
ticipation. "The quilt and
wall hanging were designed
and stitched by most of our
32 members. We wanted to do
something that would benefit
the library and we're very
pleased with the items the
proceeds from our quilt raf-
fle have made possible."
From the Friends presi-
dent, Pat Babski, "The kind-
ness of Freedom Quilters and
the resulting purchases for
the library have brought our
groups closer. Everybody
working together as a unit is
what it's all about and none
of us could have done it with-
out each other. Thank you,
Freedom Quilters. What
wonderful creators you are!"
In recognition of the Free-
dom Quilters' generosity, a
plaque in their honor hangs


in the library's lobby

A few of the Freedom
Quilters show off the pic-
nic table: left to right
around the table: Jean
Fernandez, Dottie Carlisle,
library supervisor Heather
Ogilvie, Jesse Fischer,
Shirley Strickland.


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entrance column: Edith Maxwell,Audrey McCullough, Dottie Carlisle,Jean Fernandez,
Kathy Kross, Beverly White, Sandy Kummer, group president Jeannine Sirkoch, Jesse
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Ambassadors' Fourth of July activities planned


"j Carol Ann
Wheeler
he "United We Stand"
dance will feature
music by Tom
Carlisle on Saturday, June
26, from 7 to 11 p.m. at
Palm Grove. Cost is $6 per
person with checks to
ORHA.
The "America The
Spirit of Freedom" golf
tournament will be on
Wednesday, June 30, at
Royal Oaks. There will be a
four-person team scramble
shotgun start at 10 a.m. In
case of rain, golf will be
cancelled. Sign up at the
Royal Oaks pro shop


through the cutoff date of
June 28. Call-ins to 352-861- OAK
1818, ext. 3, will be hon-
ored. The fee of $15 per
person is payable at the
June 30 check-in. Please in the Orchid Club. Cost is
report early on the day of $9 per person and includes
the event. hot dogs, beer and/or soda,
Sonny's Real Bit Bar-B-Q all you can eat and drink.
will be catering the tradi- Tickets will be on sale
tional feast at the Orchid for the dance, barbecue
Club on Thursday, July 1, and band concert on Mon-
with 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. seat- day, June 14, from 8 to 10:30
ings. You will have a choice a.m. at Palm Grove and
of a half slab of baby back Tuesday, June 15, from 9 to
ribs or a grilled boneless 10 a.m. in the Orchid Club
chicken breast. There will lobby
be barbecued beans, cole "America- The Spirit of
slaw, assorted sauces, din- Freedom" parade will take
ner rolls and butter, iced place on Saturday, July 3,
tea, lemonade and carrot at 8 a.m., rain or shine. Fol-
cake. Selection of time and lowing the parade every-
either ribs or chicken will one is invited to the Orchid
be made when you buy Club for the cool down fes-
your ticket for $11 per per- tivities, the presentation of
son. the flag ceremony and en-
Cary Hays' "Original Log tertainment by the Oak
Cabin Dixieland Jazz Run Troubadours. Lemon-
Band" will perform on Fri- ade and/or water, Danish
day, July 2, from 5 to 7 p.m. pastries, and sugar free


cookies will be available at
three stations in the audi-
torium.
Oak Run Travel
Sign up date for "Celtic
Thunder" will be Wednes-
day, June 9, at the Island
Club at 8 a.m. The program
will be at Ruth Eckerd Hall
on Tuesday, Nov 23, and is
a real show stopper. Call
Joanne Misener for more
information.
A new show has just
been booked. "Fiddler on
the Roof' will be at the
Phillips Center in
Gainesville on Tuesday,
Dec. 7. This Tony Award-
winning musical has cap-
tured the hearts of people
all over the world with its
universal appeal. The sell
date will be announced in
the South Marion Citizen.
There are still seats
available for the Tampa
Bay History Center on Aug.
14. Call Bob and Norma
Richards to reserve your


seats. The cost is just $31.
Dade City Zoo on Thurs-
day, Sept. 23, has a few
seats available. Call Frank
and Shirley Semmelmayer.
This is a new trip for us
and was highly recom-
mended by several people
who visited there and told
us what a great time they
had at this zoo and botani-
cal gardens.
There are a few cabins
left for the March 26 to
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Eastern Caribbean. The
price includes roundtrip
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driver and porter gratu-
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prices and more informa-
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a fun get-together at the
Orchid Club at 5 p.m. If the
weather cooperates we
will have a picnic on the
Orchid Club grounds with
boxed dinners from Lee's
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12 in the Orchid Club lobby
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cost is $6 for members and
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potluck dinner with enter-
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one! We are making ad-
vance plans for a cruise in
March, 2011. Come to our
meeting to learn more
about this event. For club
information please call
Sara at 352-861-1154 or
Roger at 352-291-1004.
Oak Run Veterans
The Oak Run Veterans'
Association looks forward
to seeing a big turn out for
the Independence Day Pa-
rade at 8 a.m. on Saturday,
July 3. As in the past, we
will have a trailer for those
veterans who can not
march in the parade but
wish to ride. Please contact
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more details
Do not forget to fly Amer-
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give thanks to our veterans
fighting for our freedom.
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Chosen for their beauti-
ful singing voices, the
members of chorus of"Call
Me Madam," Way Off
Broadway's October pro-
duction are Nap Auger,
Ray Baillet, Patti Callahan,
Christina Camp, Barbara
Ferguson, Cheryl Faines,
Lois Gherman, Franco
Piscitelli and Roz Wayda.


Joining these chorus mem-
bers will be several
actor/singers. Leading this
group as musical director
will be Nap Auger
The ability to kick up
their heels was the criteria
fro their selection as
dancers. The dance troupe
members are Ingrid Bail-
let, Ingrid Goldstein, Mar-
lene Orrego, Johanna
Saldato and Arline Tice.
Joining these dancers on
stage will be choreogra-
pher Marti Rhodes.
"Call Me Madam" will be
performed Oct. 22, 23 and
24 at the Palm Grove Club.
Way Off Broadway's next
meeting will be June 14 at
7 p.m. at Palm Grove. Join
us to learn more about our
next production.
Motorcycle Club
Members of the Oak Run
Motorcycle Club just com-
pleted their spring ride to
Key West, Florida. The
club took Highway 27 most
of the way This was a
slower, but much more sce-
nic, route than the free-
ways or toll roads. For the
most part the weather also
cooperated for their ride.
The light rain that they did
run into served its purpose
by washing off most of the
accumulated "love bugs." In
Key West the group stayed
at a local bed and breakfast
within walking distance of
Duval Street, and the


evening activities at Mal-
lory Square.
The next "overnighter" is
planned for September.
This will include a two
night stay in St. Marys,
Georgia, with a visit to the
National Seashore at Cum-
berland Island, then pro-
ceeding to St. Augustine for
one night. There will be a
day of exploring America's
oldest city, and possibly
some shopping before re-
turning to Ocala.
In between the big rides
like Key West and St.
Marys, the club continues
its customary Tuesday
breakfast rides and Satur-
day/Sunday dinner rides. If
you would like to partici-
pate call Rod George at
352-854-8721 for additional
information.
Do You Remember?
Tune in channel 12 for
Len Teitler's presentation
of the September 2009 fine
arts show hosted by Dil-
lard's. The program will be
narrated by Anna Boodee
and airs following "FYI" at
9 a.m. and 7 p.m. daily from
June 4 to June 11.
Rummikub Club
The Rummikub Club of
Oak Run will meet every
Friday afternoon at 2 p.m.
in the card room of the Or-
chid Club. Playing this tile
game is a great way to get
out of the hot Florida af-
ternoons. No matter what


your skills are, please join
us for companionship and
we assure you that you will
have fun.
Royal Oaks Women's
Golf
The golf game of the day
was 1 low gross and 1 low
net per four woman team.
The team of Carole Dygert,
Noreen Salo and Inge
Szabo was first with a 139.
There was a tie for second
between the team of Sylvia
Zappia, Joan O'Brien,
Leslie Rizzo and Ilene
Simnowitz and the team of
J. T LeMasters, Patty
Dougherty and Pat Salberg
at 142. Blinds were drawn
to complete the teams of
three. Closest to the pin
was Pat Blackburn.
Royal Oaks Lady Niners
We are pleased to wel-
come Vange Bell, Sally
Crass, B.J. Lassiter, and
Salita Timmermeyer as
new members of the Lady
Niners.
Our awards meeting,
luncheon and spring
scramble took place on
May 13. The spring scram-
ble results were: In first
place was the team of
Cindy Kocher, Ilene Sim-
nowitz and Sally Crass and
also the team of Charlotte
Green, Joan Scholl and
Vicki Ellin. Second place
went to the team of Bette
Johnson, Joyce Madill and
Vange Bell. The team of


Diana Schmidt, Eleanor
Cerlenko, Jeannie Konicki
and Salita Timmermeyer
was third.
The following awards
were presented during the
meeting: appreciation of
service award to Bette
Johnson; trophies and cash
for our champions Char-
lotte Green (low gross) and
Eleanor Cerlenko (low
net); cash for the runner-
ups in the championship -
Bette Johnson (low gross)
and Diana Schmidt (low
net); award for most im-
proved player Diana
Schmid; birdie pins -
awarded to the 8 members
with birds on the birdie
tree; low putts cash
awards from the putts
money collected went to
Charlotte Green first
place, Ilene Simnowitz -
second place and Bette
Johnson third place.
The game on May 20 was
low putts. There was a tie
for first place between
Salita Timmermeyer and
Charlotte Green. There
was also a tie for second
place which was between
Joan Scholl and Diana
Schmidt.
Low net was the game
played on May 27. Ilene
Simnowitz won and Joan
Scholl was second. Diana
Schmidt and Patty Waddell
tied for third place. Joan
Scholl made a chip-in on


the 10th hole and won
seven weeks worth of chip-
in money!
All ladies living in Oak
Run are welcome to play
with the Lady Niners on
Monday mornings. The tee-
times are noted on the
sign-up sheet in the ladies
locker room.
Carol Ann's Corner
I recently learned about
an online word game
which quickly became ad-
dictive. I'm not going to tell
you its name because I
don't want anyone else
looking up from the com-
puter and seeing that it is 3
a.m. However, long hours
at the computer have taken
their toll on my body I got a
pain running down the
back of one leg. My shoul-
ders and neck became
hunched. I began to won-
der whether some of the
aches and pains we all
have might be due to our
computer habits. I'm going
to cut down on my gaming
time on the computer and
try to find more body-
friendly ways of sitting.
Perhaps that's something
we should all think about.
EDITOR'S NOTE:
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ing some golf results, had
to be cut from this column
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MILITARY ITEMS
MEN'S WATCHES
GUNS, VINTAGE
FISHING TACKLE
POTTERY, PAINTINGS
ANTIQUES &
COLLECTIBLES
352-344-3809




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Weapons Course
Gunslingers 341-48 67




Wanted
Sewing Machine
in Cabinet
Treadle a plus
(352) 895-1213




$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




OCALA
55+ 2/2/2'2,
Basic Cable, 1967 sf,
No Pets
$750. mo. + uti.
1-352-291-2788


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







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OCALA, SOCIAL
AVAILABLE. $91,900


IRS PUBLIC AUCTION
LONGWOOD, FL
4br/2ba/2cg w/pool on
corner lot. 109 E. Cum-
berland Circle. Open
house 6/14, Sale 6/16
10am. Registration
9am. Sharon Sullivan
954-654-9899
www.irssales.gov

IRS PUBLIC AUCTION
WEST PALM BEACH, FL
4br/2ba/screened la-
nai. 217 Bilbao Street.
Open house 6/28, Sale
6/29 10am. Registration
9am. Sharon Sullivan
954-654-9899
www.irssales.gov





FOR SALE BY
HOMEOWNER
2/2/1/2 End Villa.
Lots of extras.
$103,300
Check list #ORL27190
forsalebyowner.com
352- 61-5666





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
fireplace,on 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 $25.500. call
1-866-275-0442. (cpf)

NORTH CAROLINA Be
cool in the Mountains.
Efficiency to 5-br
houses & condos. Fully
equipped. Views,
pools, golf, tennis &
more. Sugar Mountain
Accommodations &
Realty staysugar.com
1-800-545-9475




NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS Escape
the Heat this Summer
Temperatures rarely
over 74. Efficiencies,
1&2 bd condos.
Stay a week/lifetime
15% discount with ad.
Pinnacle Inn Resort
Rentals/Sales.
Pinnacleinn.com
1-800-405-7888. (cpf)


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



GEORGIA LAND &
HOMESITES- Washing-
ton County near Au-
gusta. 1 acre- 20 acres
starting @ $3750/acre.
County approved, in-
credible investment.
Beautiful weather.
Low taxes. Owner fi-
nancing from $199/mo.
Hablo Espanol,
706-364-4200. (cpf)
GEORGIA LAND &
HOMESITES-Beautiful
country subd. just off
US1. Great investment!
MH's welcome. Half
acre tracts starting
$75/month & up. mh'S
welcome. Others avail-
able. www.
HickoryHammockProper
ties.com owner
financing.
912-585-2174,
912-526-9964. (cpf)
GEORGIA-CENTRAL
280 ACRES- $1375/AC
Auchumpkee Creek,
rocky shoals, several
pond sites, hardwoods
and planted pine.
478-987-9700
stregispaper.com St.
Regis Paper co. (cpf)
NC MOUNTAINS-
Brand new! Mountain
Top tract reduced to
$19,5001 Private, near
Boone area, bank fi-
nancing, owner must
sale, 866-789-8535. (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)



OWNER SAYS SELL!
Deep Dockable
COASTAL WATERFRONT
only $79,900. direct
Ocean Access.
Adjoining lot sold for
$309,9001 All amenities
complete! Paved
roads, underground
utilities, club house,
pool. Excellent
financing. Call now
877-888-1406, x2581.
(cpf)


Waterfront Sale! 7 AC-
RES with DOCKABLE
LAKEFRONT, $34,900.
6/5/10 Wooded,
park-like setting on one
of Alabama's top
recreational lakes. All
amenities completed.
Boat to Gulf Of Mexico!
Excellent financing.
Call now
1-866-952-5302, x5424.
(cpf)



Boats: 1000's of boats
for sale
www.floridarrarinercom
reaching 6 rrillbn
homes weekly through-
out Florida.
800-388-9307, tide
charts, broker profiles,
fishing captains, dock-
side dining and more.
(cpf)
PONTOON BOAT 1995
playbouy 14ft pontoon
boot w/55hp evinrude
outboard. 3000 obo 352
795 5719 or 609 713
5911



I BUY RV'S,
Travel Trailers,
5th Wheels,
Motor Homes
Call Glenn
(352) 302-0778




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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