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IR I A U Y 9 20 1 0 O M


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Serving State Road 200 Communities & Businesses


Coalition to meet
with more candidates
The State Road 200
Coalition meeting will
take place on Monday, July
12.
Residents of the Corri-
dor are invited to attend
the meeting in the Collins
Health Resource Center,
building 300, suite 303, at
TimberRidge Medical
Park on Southwest 110th
Street, off State Road 200.
Speakers are expected
to be candidates for local
offices, as the group con-
tinues a series of meetings
with political hopefuls.
Those scheduled include
School Board candidates
Dean Blinkhorn and
Sharon Hagen; State Rep-
resentative District 22
candidates John Deakins,
Keith Perry and Remzey
Samarrai; and judicial
candidates Denise A Dy-
mond Lyn and incumbent
Robert W Hodges.
Coffee and cookies are
available starting at 12:30.
The meeting begins at 1
p.m.



SCHOLARSHIP
RECOGNITION


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Donna Washington of Spruce
Creek Preserve was part of a
scholarship award program.
Page 7



Bookmark........................... 19
Cherrywood ...................... 1
Judi's Journal.....................15
OakRun 4
Obituary 15
OTOW 13
Out to Pastor ..................... 16
Preserve 7
Pun Alley 6
Spruce Creek North........10


Oak Run Independence Day Parade


PHOTOS BY THE OAK RUN PHOTO CLUB


Uncle Sam (Vincent Connolly), left, and Abraham Lincoln (Dale Wurzburger), right, lead the annual Oak Run Independence Day Parade fol-
lowed by the Marion County Pipes & Drums. After the parade a Flag Ceremony was held in the Orchid Club and residents were entertained
with patriotic songs by TheTroubadours. Above, right, grand marshals Emily and Paul Pike are shown riding down the the main Boulevard of
Oak Run during the parade.


County to receive library petitions


CAROL JONES
Special to the Citizen

No question about it, the pa-
trons of Freedom Public Library
are in favor of the long-overdue
expansion of this facility During
the last of May and early June, The
Friends presented petitions for
expansion to every patron enter-
ing the library They collected
more than 80 pages, totaling over
1,000 signatures, since some pages
contained more than others.
Thanks to each of you from The


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Friends and the library staff for
your continued support.
But it's not over yet. The Friends
ask that you please come and add
your physical support when the
Friends present all these signed
petitions at the commissioners'
budget meeting on Monday, July
12, at 2:30 p.m., 601 S.E. 25th Ave.
(McPherson Complex).
This library serves a growing
community and extra space is
sorely needed to support this
growth.
It is running out of space for


books. More space for more books
means a better variety of books for
the use of patrons.
An additional, larger commu-
nity room means more children
can participate in the children's
programs, and the continued
availability of the current room al-
lows for simultaneous adult activ-
ities.
More space is needed for com-
puters and other equipment so
necessary in today's world.
This library was considered too
small the day it was built. It's even


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Above, Zachary Adams
enjoys some ice cream.
Below, Ronnie Smith
wore a brightly colored
PHOTOS BY MICHEL NORTHSEA shirt of stars.
>wd was awed by a flyover of fourT-6 planes,,which included the
of the Missing Man formation,during the Fourth of July celebration
e Square Commons last Saturday. More photos, Page 17.



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more inadequate today. It needs to
meet the demands of its patrons
and provide the additional space.
Also, and you don't want to miss
this in honor of Freedom Public
Library's 10th anniversary, the
Friends have scheduled an open
house celebration for Thursday,
Sept. 9, the actual date the library
opened its doors to the public in
2000.
This celebration is still in the
planning stages and further infor-
mation will be available as the
time draws near.


Habitat

consolidates;

Jasmine

store shut
MICHEL NORTHSEA
Staff Writer

Going from three locations to
one location will help the bottom
line for a non-profit group.
In past weeks, Habitat for Hu-
manity of Marion County has
closed two of its retail ReStore
thrift stores, Dunnellon's and the
one at Jasmine Plaza, and moved
everything to the original store at
926 N.W 27th Ave.
Signs on the door ask browsers
to "pardon the dust" as they re-
arrange the store. The rearranging
is making room for the merchan-
dise from the other stores.
"Lorna and Bob and the staff are
busily working to create a newly
revitalized "Thrift Store with a
Mission," said Brad Nimmo, pres-
ident and chief executive officer
of Habitat for Humanity of Marion
County
The changes are noticeable.
"It's going to be nice," said


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Local woman scammed


Marion County Most Wanted


A Corridor woman was
scammed out of more than
$2,400 recently by phone.
The woman received a
phone call from a man who
said he was her grandson,
that he was involved in an
auto accident, and needed
$2,300 to get his car fixed
before he would be al-
lowed to leave England.
The woman went to
Winn-Dixie and wired the
money, also spending $125
for the cost of the wire.
Soon after, she said the
man called back and was
very polite, thanking her.
Before wiring the money,
she did not contact her son
to determine whether the
story was true. However,
after sending the money,
she talked to her son who
said the grandson was in
the U.S. and hadn't been in
England.
Local law enforcement
advised her to call Western
Union and Scotland Yard
to see if she could get some


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assistance.
An Ocala man was ac-
cused ofDUI after he came
close to hitting two
deputies who were con-
ducting a traffic stop. One
of the deputies chased
down Daryl Shane
Williams of Northwest 20th
Street. The deputies had
stopped a driver on South-
west 80th Avenue when
Williams' pickup came
within two or three feet of
the pair. One of the
deputies followed the
truck and noticed it
crossed the center line
twice.
A single car trailer stolen
from Ark Mini Storage at
6785 S.W Highway 200 was
recovered after it was ap-
parently abandoned and
rolled into a fence.
No suspects were ar-
rested.


John Baxter, 52, felony bench war-
rant, fleeing or attempting to elude of-
ficer, driving under the influence
impairment.






Kim Cady, 48, felony capias, felony
driving under the influence third ar-
rest.






Hykeem Johnson, 20, commit order
to take into custody, driving while li-
cense suspended.


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Wendell Q. Jones, 24, felony bench
warrant, sale of cocaine, possession
of cocaine.







Rodolfo Lastra-Milanes, 37, felony
warrant, failure to comply with sex of-
fender reporting requirements.






Samantha Scott, 33, felony warrant
home invasion robbery while armed,
violation of probation, retail petit
theft prior offense, resist detainment
by retail merchant.


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Community calendar


Friday, July 9
Shabbat evening service set
Congregation Beth Israel of Ocala will hold a
Shabbat evening service on July 9 at 8 p.m. at
the Collins Medical Resource Center, 9401 State
Road 200, Building 300 in Ocala. The service
will be led by Arthur Grae of Leesburg, who will
be ordained as a rabbi on July 1. The service has
special meaning since it will be Grae's first
Shabbat service as a rabbi. His sermon will be
"Bringing Jews Back to Judaism." All are
warmly invited to attend.
Congregation Beth Israel is a liberal, pro-
gressive, inclusive congregation under the guid-
ance of the Jewish Reconstructionist
Federation. For further information contact
Judi at 352-237-8277 or
bethisraelocala@yahoo.com or on the Web:
bethisraelocala.org.
Saturday July 10
Concert to be Saturday, Sunday
Kingdom of the Sun Concert Band invites you
to our annual "By Request" concert on Satur-
day, July 10 at 2 p.m. and Sunday, July 11 at 3
p.m., at the Marion Technical Institute, (for-
merly Forest High), 1614 Fort King St., Ocala.
The concert will feature guest vocalist David
Delk, who has previously performed with the
band. David has performed in the Mississippi


Gulf Coast Musical Theatre for more than 30
years and was the recipient of the Best Sup-
porting Actor award from the Mississippi The-
atre Association.
Musical selections include: Bring Him Home,
John Williams' Evening at the Pops, Woody Her-
man in Concert, Cole Porter Classics, and a
Phantom of the Opera Medley, among others. All
performances are free and open to the public.
For more information, please call 352-624-9291
or visit www.kingdomofthesunband.org.
Saturday, July 10
Place Share food orders
Share food orders can be placed on Saturday,
July 10, and Wednesday, July 14, from 9 to 11
a.m. at Ocala West United Methodist Church,
9330 S.W 105th St.
Distribution will be on July 31. For more info,
call 352-861-0904.
Sunday July 11
Second Sunday Drum Circle set
All are invited to a Drum Circle, Sunday, July
11 at 6 p.m., at the far end of Fort Island Trail
Gulf Beach in Crystal River. We will drum until
sunset. Bring a chair; we have a few drums to
share. Dancers and children invited. Free.
The Circle is held the second Sunday of every
month, before sunset; meet at 6 p.m. this month.


Regional forum for Democrats

to be held on Thursday evening

Mike Sizemore, former chairman cil who is running for County Com-
of the Marion County Democratic mission in District 2; Jon Paugh,
Executive Committee, will chair the candidate for Florida House Dis-
first meeting of a proposed regional trict 22; and candidates for nonpar-
forum of Marion County Democrats tisan seats on the Marion County
living in the Southwest 200 corridor. School Board.
This public event will take place at Organizers wish to involve more
the Freedom Library on Thursday, of Marion County's 83,000 regis-
July 15, from 6 to 8 p.m. tered Democrats and 40,000 inde-
Harriet Scarpino, long time pres- pendents in the electoral process by
ident of the Cherrywood Demo- seeking to accommodate working
cratic Club, will be honorary host. voters as well as those living within
Voters will have an opportunity to and outside the gated communities.
meet and question Democratic can- For more information, please
didates for local office. contact Sheila Feldman at 352-307-
They include Barbara Fitos, cur- 6170, shkays@yahoo.com), Del-
rent chair of the Marion County phine Herbert at 352-873-9970,
Commission who is running for re- delphine.herbert@gmail.com); or
election in District 4; Ken Nadeau, Jan Lentz at 352-237-7881,
member of the Belleview City Coun- JanisL55@yahoo.com.
MILITARY NEWS
Air Force Airman Marcus Q. Scott gradu-
ated from basic military training at Lackland
Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.
The airman completed an intensive, eight-
week program that included training in mil-
itary discipline and studies, Air Force core
values, physical fitness, and basic warfare
principles and skills.
He is the son of Cassandra and Patrick
Scott of Northwest 11th Place, Ocala. Scott is
a 2009 graduate of West Port High School.


Cherrywood Estates
Saturday, July 10,2010 9 am- 2 pm
Cherrywood Estates crafters will have their j
S wonderful work for sale. Plus we will have
several additional crafters including
Grannie Annies fabric covered notecards.
Directions to the show: From SR 200 W turn at SW 60th V
going South, pass light at Freedom Library and continue C)
.09 mile to SW 102nd St. Rd. turn right into Cherrywood
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Donuts, photos and books on Saturday at Orchid Club


ORHAMeeting
The general meeting will
take place in the Orchid Club
on Wednesday, July 14, at 9
a.m.
Do You Remember?
Tune in channel 12 for Len
Teitler's presentation of the
New York Club's Las Vegas
Ca ro I A n n celebration in March 2009,
Wheeler narrated by Anna Boodee.
The program airs following
"FYI" daily at 9 a.m. and 7
OAK p.m. from July 9 to July 16.
Renaissance Women
All unattached women are
invited to join Renaissance
here will be more than Women for the breakfast buf-
just donuts, coffee, tea fet at SummerGlen on Sun-
and orange juice to- day, July 18. Call Nancy at
morrow, Saturday, July 10, 352-237-6475 for more infor-
from 8 to 10 a.m. in the Or- mation.
chid Club. The Photography Oak Run Veterans/Ocala
Club will display the winning Honor Flight
photos from their year-end The Oak Run Veterans' As-
competition and the library sociation will have its next
will be having a book sale meeting on Wednesday, July
(beginning at 8:30 a.m.) There 21, at 7 p.m. in the Orchid
will be hundreds of VHS Club. Our guest speaker will
tapes and DVD's at great be from the Ocala Honor
prices. The proceeds fund Flight. To learn more about
the library Let's keep the the Honor Flight, we suggest
Fourth of July spirit going by that all World War II veterans
wearing our red, white and attend this meeting. A char-
blue one more time. tered plane will leave from
Showcase of Stars the Ocala Airport and trans-
Once again talented Oak port our heroes to Washing-
Runners will be putting on a ton, D.C. The veterans will go
great show at Palm Grove on up and back in one day.
Saturday, July 10, at 7 p.m. Transportation plus food and
Admission is free. There will beverages for the day will be
be door prizes and 50/50. provided. Wheelchairs and
Don't stay home and watch walkers are included. Doc-
reruns. Come enjoy a fine tors and nurses are available
evening. For more informa- if necessary. A firm date has
tion, call Donna Bolton at not been set; we believe that
352-624-9320. it will be sometime in Octo-


ber. Ifyou have any questions
come to the meeting to learn
the full details. Our meetings
are open to all Oak Run resi-
dent veterans. Do not forget
to fly those American flags.
Oak Run Travel
On Saturday, September
25, we will go to the dog races
in St. Petersburg. This is a
beautiful new facility for us
and also features a poker
room and simulcast for you
to enjoy. You will start with a
buffet lunch which includes
both brunch and luncheon
items, and you will receive a
free program for the races.
Call Bob and Maureen
Farulla to reserve your seat.
The July 26 trip to Hard
Rock Casino No. 2 still has a
few seats available. Call Va-
lerie Oddo to enjoy this op-
portunity for gambling with
$25 in free play and a $5 food
voucher.
There are still a few tickets
available for "Celtic Thun-
der" from Oak Run Travel.
The tickets at Ruth Eckerd
Hall are all sold out. The
show will be on Tuesday, Nov.
23, at 7:30 p.m. Call Connie
Smith to get on this trip.
If you missed the sign-up
for "Fiddler on the Roof," call
Connie Smith to get on this
wonderful trip to the Phillips
Center on Tuesday, Dec. 7,
2010.
Bok Tower Gardens and
Concert trip will take place
on Saturday, Nov 6. The con-
cert is by the Orlando Sym-
phony Orchestra playing
pops and light classics. In ad-


Line Dancers from Oak Run took part in the annual Fourth of July parade. From the
left are Nancy Mclnerney, Karen Chapman, Cydney Conway, Maria Watry (kneeling),
Bella Bousquet, Eileen Napolitano, and Carmen Yannez.


edition you get to see beauti-
ful gardens and eat a great
dinner. Call Jack and
Eleanor Foggan.
Entertainment from Israel
at Palm Grove
Come and be entertained
by the Friendship Caravan, a
group of talented teenagers
who are good will ambassa-
dors from the State of Israel.
They will perform on Mon-
day, July 26, at 7:30 p.m. at
Palm Grove. Tickets are $8.
Call Shirley at 352-873-6186
or Estelle at 352-861-2542 for
more information.


Shuffleboard
The game is played all
summer on Monday, Friday
and Saturday at the courts
near the Orchid Club. If you
would like to see what shuf-
fleboard is all about and
have some instructions, be
sure to be there before 9 a.m.
Start the day off with exer-
cise and friends. For more
information, call Cathy at
352-873-7271.
Royal Oaks Women's 18
Hole Golf
The game on Tuesday,
June 29, was "6-6-6 Team


Game." Team winning first
place was J.T LeMasters,
Judy Klein, and B.J. Lassiter.
Second place ream was
Carol Dygert, Jan Tennant,
Mary Kay Frandsen, and
Donna Topp. Barb Scoz-
zafava was closest to the pin.
ORGWA Winners
At the July 1 low net tour-
nament, played at Spruce
Creek, the Oak Run Women's
GolfAssoc. had the following
winners: Flight A June
Dickbernd and Marti Babb;
PLEASE SEE OAK, PAGE 12


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C Se U T H M A R I O N


citizen im
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, Cherrywood 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.
Problems getting the Citizen: If your community is listed above and
the Citizen is not delivered to your home and you are having trouble get-
ting the paper from boxes around the S.R. 200 Corridor, call 854-3986
CONTACT INFORMATION
(352) 854-3986 Fax (352) 854-9277
8810 S.W. State Road 200, Suite 104, Ocala, FL 34481
*Editor-Jim Clark
Circulation Barbara Jaggers
Inside Sales/Office Coordinator- Pauline Moore
*Advertising Sales -Tom Rapplean and Susie Mirabile
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Call editor Jim Clark at
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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.


HABITAT
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1
Susan Wilson of the North-
west 27th Avenue store as
she vacuums around a
table and sofa for sale.
Nearby, customers lug
out their new found treas-
ures- a silver trash bin that
opens up when stepped on
and a rolled up room-size
rug.
Proceeds from the sale of
the donated items in the
store provide some of the
funds for building homes
for "God's people," Nimmo
said.
However the two stores
were not bringing in
enough to help the bottom
line much.
They were just breaking
even.
"This decision was based
on a number of factors in-
cluding the economy,
amount of saleable dona-
tions and amount of foot
traffic coming through the
doors," he said.
In the past, a typical day
would bring a truckload of
donations daily now they
get one-fourth of a load,
Nimmo said.
Items accepted for resale
include furniture, house-
hold goods, appliances less
than 10 years old and
building and remodeling
materials, Wilson said.
There are some items
the ReStore doesn't accept,
and that includes clothing,
medical equipment, exer-
cise equipment and baby
furniture.
Arrangements for pick-
up of large items can be
made be calling 352-401-
0075.
Hours will be Monday
through Saturday, 8:30 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m.


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The eyes have it on Pun Alley


Dick
Frank


PUN


R recently when I had
to have my eyes ex-
amined I found an
optometrist right on Pun
Alley. The sign in the win-
dow read, "If you don't see


what you want, you've
come to the right place." I
went in and heard plenty
before the doctor got me
to see better. If you can
see, read it all now.
What a sight
A woman walked into
the store to return a pair
of eyeglasses that she had
purchased for her hus-
band a week before.
"What seems to be the
problem, madam?"
"I'm returning these
glasses I bought for my
husband. He's still not
seeing things my way."
Quite a grind
A lens maker came up
with a new idea to help
those with extremely poor
eyesight. He made quintu-


pie-focal lenses where
five parallel pieces hori-
zontally cross each lens so
that the user can see at
five different magnifica-
tions. He felt he had to be
the guinea pig and try out
these glasses to be sure
they actually worked. At
first the experiment went
well but his friends
started questioning his
judgment and told him
that his perception of the
world had changed be-
cause now he lived life
looking through rows cov-
ered glasses.
Eye sore comments
When the ophthalmolo-
gist asked her out, she de-
cided to see him.
If you leave alphabet
soup cooking on the stove
and go out, it could spell
disaster.
When the lab tech fell
into the lens grinder, he
made a spectacle of him-
self.


Sitting on your eye-
glasses causes flatulence.
I wear my wife's eye-
glasses because she al-
ways wants me to see
things her way.
Patient: "Doctor, I keep
seeing frogs in front of my
eyes."
Doctor: "Don't worry.
It's only a hoptical illu-
sion."
He wears glasses during
math because it improves
division.
Never lie to an x-ray
technician. They can see
right through you.
I thought I saw an eye
doctor on an Alaskan is-
land, but it turned out to
be an optical Aleutian.
"Every time I have a cup
of coffee, I get a stabbing
pain in my right eye. What
shall I do?"
"Take the spoon out of
your cup."
Optometrists listen to
itunes for relaxing music.
The right eye said to the


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left eye, "Between you
and me, there's something
that smells."
Women who wear $200
perfume obviously are
known to have no common
scents.
O'Brien boasted about
his grandfather, "He lived
for 94 years and never
once used glasses!"
"He had the right of it,"
nodded Sullivan. "I al-
ways said it was healthier
to drink from the bottle."
A sweet young lady in
distress came in to the op-
tometrist and said: "I've
broken my glasses. Do I
have to be examined all
over again?"
"No," sighed the opti-
cian, "just your eyes."
Slippery Slope
The company had a real
superior product in its
butter substitute, but the
company went bankrupt
when it received an order
for a million pounds of the
stuff. Some of the employ-
ees made mistakes in
preparing the product and
much of it was wasted.
They were not able to de-
liver in time. The com-
pany had not allowed
enough margarine for
error.
Eyefhl
Ruth had worked late
and her Labrador was so
overjoyed to see her ar-
rive home that he jumped
up just as she leaned


down. Their heads col-
lided and Ruth developed
an impressive shiner that
evening.
The next day at work a
co-worker looked at her
black eye and exclaimed,
"Wow, what happened to
you?"
"The dog did it," Ruth
wearily replied.
The co-worker said
knowingly, "You must own
a boxer."
More than a trip
A woman went to
France on a wine-tasting
vacation. Unfortunately,
while in the capital city,
she drank too much, fell
from her hotel window
and ended up in a body
cast. When she got home,
she swore never to get
plastered in Paris again.
Quite a spell
"Hello, phone com-
pany? I told you my last
name is Sweay, but you
have it listed in the phone
book as Cyiru."
"I'm sorry, sir. I can't un-
derstand how such a mis-
take happened. I'll fix it so
that it'll be correct the
next time we publish the
directory. Now, how do
you spell your name?"
"Just like I told you the
last time. It's S as in sea, W
as in why, E as in eye, A as
in are, and Y as in you."
Dick and his wife Jane
live in Oak Run.


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Donna Washington recognized for scholarship fund


SPRUCE C


Just down
piece, Pre
Parker su
following for inc
week's Preser
concerning a P
membered thro
rial scholarship
During a re
service, the wid
Washington wa
for the establish
nancial assist
ship to church n
are enrolled in (
Harvey Washi
April 2008. Don


ton contributed money to as-
sist young people who are at-
tending college with
unexpected expenses. This
kind of aid exemplified the
way Harvey lived his life,
helping others who found
themselves in a pinch.
The awards are made by
Deej New Covenant Missionary
K oe b b e Baptist Church of Ocala. The
first award was given to a
University of Florida stu-
REEK dent. During the June 13
service, eight high school
graduates received Bibles
and $100 checks. Five of the
the road a grads received laptop com-
*servist Teri puters through the Isom
bmitted the Washington II Scholarship
'lusion in this Fund.
've column, Two students received "Di-
reservist re- amonds in the Ruff" scholar-
ugh a memo- ships totaling $500 each.
: Three nursing school stu-
cent church dents were awarded Lorene
ow of Harvey H. Bryant Scholarships of
s recognized $500 to $800.
iment of a fi- Church members who re-
nce scholar- ceived college degrees this
members who year were also recognized.
college. The emphasis on educa-
ngton died in tion and the support of young
ma Washing- people as a mission of the


church is due in large part to
the leadership of Pastor
Stanley Jacobs Sr., who
served many years with the
Marion County school sys-
tem.
Thanks, Teri, for a job well
done.
From Koebbes' Kitchen
Spinach Mushroom Scram-
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14 cup olive oil
1 pound ground round
1 large onion, minced
1/2 pound sliced, fresh
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1 pound fresh spinach,
washed, trimmed
Salt and pepper to taste
2 beaten eggs
In a heavy skillet, heat
olive oil and add beef and
onions, and cook until onions
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and saute until tender, add
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eggs are evenly distributed
and set throughout the mix-
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bread and a dry red wine to
be continental. Enjoy
Here is but a smidgen of the
doin's out our way:
Arthritis classes in swim-
ming pool have resumed
every Tuesday and Thursday.
Info, Judy Lebio.
We have started a new
game every Monday at 11
a.m. in the M.P room. the
game is "double 12" Mexican
train dominoes. Info, Babette
Sparling.
Military Club on hiatus for
June, July and August. No
monthly meetings until Sep-
tember. Info, Bob Paolillo.
No ceramics during June,
July and August. Classes re-
sume in September. Info,
Mary Secue.
Open House Committee
continues with the open
house Sunday every second
and fourth Sunday of each
month during the summer.
Info, Mary K.
Newspaper and aluminum
recycling every Tuesday
early morning. Please place
bagged or bundled newspa-
pers and bagged aluminum
next to garage door for


Spruce Creek Preserve resident Donna Washington is
shown with the Rev. Stanley Jacobs Sr., after the Sunday,
June 13,service announcing scholarship awards to grad-
uating high school seniors.


pickup by On the Level Club
volunteers.
Bingo every Tuesday
evening for Preservists.
Cards on sale 5:15 to 6:15
p.m. Games start at 6:30 p.m.
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


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OPINION


C IT IZEN
ED ITO R I A L


Freedom Library

needs more space
During these days of budget cuts and shortfalls, it's
hard to take a position in favor of spending money. In
this case, though, we feel it's justified.
The Freedom Public Library, part of the Marion County
system, needs more room.
For some time now, patrons of the library have been
asked to sign a petition, telling the county commissioners
that more space is needed.
On July 12, the County Commission will hold a budget ses-
sion during which library backers are expected to present
that petition to commissioners.
This is a project the county needs to take a look at.
Freedom Library is the second busiest in the county, with
only the main library in the city being larger People from
the Corridor area flock to this facility, taking advantage not
only of the books but also of the meeting rooms available
for gatherings.
Some have said that the library was too small the day it
was opened. We don't know if that's true, but we do know
that the facility needs to be expanded to meet the needs of
the growing State Road 200 area.
So if you're not already on board, get behind this program
and let the county know that, although we already have a
good library, it needs to be bigger to serve the local resi-
dents.




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

Obama and the Jones Act Stop the Spending
I keep hearing and reading Rick Santelli said it in a most
how President Obama's pur- dramatic fashion (as he gesticu-
ported refusal to waive the Jones lated and yelled) on his video
Act is adversely affecting the clip. Boy did he say it. I heard
cleanup of the Gulf oil spill. him loud and clear.
There is actually factual infor- Now, it might be a good idea
mation available relating to this for the rest of us to pick up the
subject, but unfortunately none pace, and take it to the next level.
of it is found on the sole source Over, and over, and over.
"news" outlet that is pushing this Louder, and louder, and louder.
false claim. The facts are these: They cannot hear us in D.C. It
Coast Guard Admiral Thad is as though no one has said any-
Allen has stated that if vessels thing. The spending goes on, and
are operating more than three on, and on.
miles from shore the Jones Act What is wrong with Congress?
does not apply and no waiver is We do not have any more money
required, and he has in fact re- to give. How can we pay even
ceived no requests for waivers more taxes, with even more
from any foreign vessels or coun- promised after that? What are
tries, we supposed to use for our sur-
On June 29 the State Depart- vival? We are all tapped out.
ment announced that new offers What congress is doing is insane.
of aid would be accepted from 12 Let me hear it: Stop the Spend-
foreign countries and organiza- ing, Stop the Spending, Stop the
tions, that booms donated by Spending.
Mexico, Brazil and Norway had Do not stop until Congress
been in use since May 11, and hears us, and stops the spending.
that 24 vessels from nine foreign We must become as persistent as
countries were already involved they are. Never relent until the
in the cleanup, deed is done.
On June 15 the Deepwater Stop the Spending! All to-
Horizon response team an- gether, now I cannot hear you.
nounced that 15 foreign ships Louder, louder, louder, louder.
were involved in the cleanup, Thanks, Rick Santelli, for the
none of which required a waiver, cheerleading slogan. We've got it.
The above are facts that can be Fancy letters, faxes, e-mails,
checked, not on Fox News, or and smoke signals have not
blogs, or even on MSNBC (al- worked. Maybe this is the key to
though this information has been getting their attention. What do
presented there), but on objec- you say? Is it worth a try?
tive, non-partisan sites such as Anyone have a better idea how
Politifact, Factcheck.org and to get the ear of Congress? Bring
many others. it on.
Bill bTtzlaff D. I. Larson
Ocala Ocala


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Candy at parades: a pet peeve


Jim
Clark


This past holiday week-
end highlighted one of
my pet peeves.
In eastern Iowa, a couple
of horses broke loose during
a Fourth of July parade and
trampled a couple dozen
people, killing one.
Some of those injured
were children who had run
into the road to pick up
candy thrown from a passing
float.
It was an unusual accident,
and the type that doesn't
happen often across the
country. But don't try to tell
that to the families who are
suffering or mourning today.
I've tried to recall, and it
isn't always easy, when I was




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a kid up north. Our big pa-
rades were always in the
summer, usually on Memo-
rial Day, which at that time
was always May 30 (before
the government went Mon-
day crazy with holidays).
I can't ever remember as a
little kid running out to pick
up candy. No one threw
candy that I can recall. When
I got a little older I was usu-
ally marching in the parade,
in baseball uniform, because
Memorial Day was in the
heart of the youth baseball
season. We didn't throw
candy (if they had given it to
us, we probably would have
eaten it instead).
I don't know how the "tra-
dition" started, but it's one
that should be stopped.
In researching on the In-
ternet, I found several com-
munities that have banned
the practice. I found one
story from 1988 where the
Jaycees in New Smyrna
Beach banned the practice
from a parade they organ-
ized. If you wanted to enter a


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float, you had to agree not to
throw anything.
I've seen, in many parades,
even recently, walkers who
keep pace with the floats and
hand out candy to the kids at
the curb. While some health
folks might disagree, I don't
see a problem with that.
There is no safety factor in-
volved (other than getting too
much sugar into these chil-
dren).
So while it's still on our
minds, and while it's months
until the big parades around
here (usually Thanksgiving
or within a couple of weeks
after), here's hoping the city
and county both come up
with bans on throwing. Let
the walkers give out the
candy. At least then you don't
have little children dashing
out in front of moving vehi-
cles, or horses, something
which could prove fatal.
Jim Clark is the editor of
the South Marion Citizen. He
can be reached at 352-854-
3986 or at editor@smciti-
zen.com


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sed two 6-foot lovely crepe myrtle trees
ment my landscaping. I even planted
lf.
so my pleasure to meet Gerry Mulligan,
John Provost, general manager, and Ed-
ark. Thanks to each of you.
Louise Lombardi
Marco Polo I


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OPINION Friday, July 9, 2010 9


What do you know about your ancestors?


BY COLLEEN C.WELLS
Special to the Citizen
Recently there has been
an explosion of interest in
the field of family history re-
search (otherwise known as
genealogy). Some could spec-
ulate that this newly found
interest was fueled by the
popular television series
"Who Do You Think You
Are?" where celebrities em-
bark on personal journeys
into their pasts to solve their
family's mysteries. Another
reason could be the uncer-
tainty of tomorrow's future,
economically and metaphys-
ically
Regardless of your back-
ground, the study of your
family's history can bring
about a feeling of stability in
our ever changing world.
We are not alone in experi-
encing a poor economy or
high unemployment.
Throughout history, our an-
cestors encountered great
depressions and extreme
poverty worse than we can
imagine. The events and pat-
terns of our present day take
on a new appreciation for
our family's past. For others,
genealogy is looked upon as
an adventure. It is exciting
and challenging; no matter if
your ancestors were rogues
or royalty, they are forefa-
thers of your family whether
you like it or not. Their very
lives are the reason you are
here. Regardless of what-
ever's piqued your interest
in your past, now is the time
to take advantage of all the
wonderful genealogical re-
sources we have at our dis-
posal.


Where to begin? A good
place to begin would be in
your own home where you
will find evidence of your
family history all around you.
Begin with yourself. Start by
writing down your full name,
then your father's and moth-
ers full names working as far
back as you are able. Always
work from the known to the
unknown. Remember to base
your calculations on facts of
what you do know, which in
turn will help resolve the un-
known. Complete as much as
possible including the vital
statistics of you and your par-
ents. You now have two gen-
erations. Now may be a good
time to begin charting your
new family information. Two
simple genealogical charts:
the pedigree chart and the
family group chart could be
used to help organize your
family records. Blank charts
can be found free on Cyndi's
List.
Next, check for primary
records at home. Primary
records are any records cre-
ated at the time of the event.
These would include birth,
marriage, and death certifi-
cates. Family letters, jour-
nals, and diaries could be
primary sources if they are
recording a particular occa-
sion such as soldier writing
home describing his war ex-
periences or mid-wife docu-
menting the birth of a child.
A death record is a primary
source, but also a secondary
source for the birth of the de-
ceased. After learning all you
can at home, the next step
would be contacting and in-
terviewing older relatives


who could add not only more
pertinent family information,
but wonderful stories of the
past. With their permission,
an audio or video recording
would be an excellent way to
help document your re-
search. Older relatives nar-
ratives are a great way to
jump start your investigation.
They can offer limitless clues
for moving backward into
new undiscovered territory
But remember-not all sto-
ries told are a hundred per-
cent factual. You're Aunt
Sally or Grandma Smith may
swear up and down the fam-
ily legend is true, but until
proven, they are just that:
clues to help you move on.
Bible records are another
excellent source of family in-
formation. In the past, docu-
menting birth, marriage, and
death records were fre-
quently done by writing in
the family Bible. Before vital
records were required by the
county or state, our ancestors
often kept their own family
records. The value of the
Bible records depends
greatly on who wrote the
records. Was he or she a wit-
ness to a birth or death? Or
was this second hand infor-
mation which was later
added to the Bible? What-
ever may be the case, Bible
records are truly an invalu-
able research source to the
genealogist.
After gleaning as much in-
formation from home and
family, you are probably
ready to explore outside
sources such as the Internet,
library, and the Family His-
tory Center. The Internet by


itself contains such a huge
treasure trove of information
for the family historian that
it is hard to know where to
begin. Websites such as An-
cestrycom and Family-
search.org have literally
billions of records at your
disposal; in addition, they
offer guidance in the way of
classes and online seminars.
While Ancestrycom is a sub-
scriber-only site, Family-
search.org is run by the
Church of the Latter-day
Saints and is free to the pub-
lic. Keep in mind, as you ven-
ture into online genealogy
that you will not find every-
thing you are seeking to com-
plete your genealogical
history Many records are
simply not online. Another
fact to consider is that just
because it is online does not
make it true. Many genealo-
gies posted are filled with in-
accuracies. You should
always do your own research
and use the information
posted only as a guide.
Most libraries are geneal-
ogy friendly Many, including
our Marion County Library,
have special rooms dedi-
cated to the genealogist or
family historian. The main
headquarters branch has a
wonderful genealogy area
where library patrons can
utilize the internet just for
their research. The library
subscribes to several out-
standing websites including:
Ancestrycom, Heritage-


Quest.com, and News-
bank.com. In addition to ac-
cess to these sites, the library
houses an extensive collec-
tion of genealogical books
and materials.
Ocala is very fortunate to
have its very own Family His-
tory Center. The center is at
1831 S.E. 18th Ave. It is spon-
sored by the Church of the
Latter-day Saints (LDS.) The
FHC is a branch of the Fam-
ily History Library in Salt
Lake City, Utah. It is capable
of ordering microfilm and
microfiche from the main li-
brary's databases. You do not
need to be a member of the
LDS church to use the Fam-
ily History Center.
The Marion County Ge-
nealogical Society is yet an-
other wonderful resource in
the area available to the bur-
geoning genealogist like
yourself. The society pro-
motes and encourages an in-
terest in genealogy to its
members and the general
public with its programs and
education. Their award win-
ning publication, Rootdigger
is published quarterly and
offers many wonderful arti-
cles and tips for increasing
your genealogical knowledge
and furthering your re-
search. The MCGS meets on
the 3rd Thursday of the
month at the Marion County
Library's main headquar-
ters. For further information,
check out their website at
http://mariongenealogy.tri-


pod.com/information.html.
You've been warned: this
is a very addicting hobby
Once you begin and find out
the real story behind the dis-
appearance of great Uncle
Joe or why you're great, great
grandfather left Ireland in
such great hurry, you will be
hooked. Like a detective you
may travel to archives,
county court houses, and
cemeteries trying to find that
darn lost distant cousin who
keeps evading you at every
turn. If you are seeking only
perfect ancestors, then ge-
nealogy is probably not for
you. Like it or not, there will
no doubt be a black sheep or
two in your family if you look
long enough.
Genealogy is for everyone:
young, old, rich or poor. We
all have a past which is beg-
ging to be discovered. What
do you know about your an-
cestors?
Colleen Wells is an active
genealogical researcher
based in Ocala. Her passion
for genealogy stems from
discovering the past lives of
ancestors, along with en-
couraging family members
to join in on the adventures
of solving of mysteries.
Along with her genealogical
research, she enjoys writ-
ing about past familymem-
bers whether through my
blog a t http://insearchofhis-
tory.wordpress. com/


Obama and the news


STANG


Robert E.
Beckner


RIGHT DOWN


his column has long
felt and stated that
Obama and his regime
of left wing cohorts have
wanted total control of our
country and they have gained
"partial" control of the bank-
ing industry, financing, auto-
mobile production energy,
and health control and now
Obama's striving to control
the oil industry Obama has
done practically nothing to
help stop the oil flow. In fact
he has hurt it greatly by his
refusal to even use the tools
available and those offered
by other countries. This was
explained in last week's col-
umn. Clearly, the more the
government owns, the more
it controls and the less free-
dom American people have.
Now, it should be no sur-
prise that Obama's socialist
administration has set its
forces on the media. As they
see it, in an effort to save "old
media," the administration is
proposing a set of "guide-
lines" to put the government
in even more control of the
"news" that is delivered to
the people. Could that be the


"thought police" in action?
The Federal Trade Com-
mission (FTC) has published
a "discussion draft," called
the "Potential Policy Recom-
mendations To Support The
Reinvention Of Journalism."
Were you aware that real
journalism needed to be
"reinvented?" It's proposing
solutions where there are no
real problems. Yes, you can
say the newspaper industry
is struggling, by noting the
advertising revenues from
newspapers have fallen ap-
proximately 45 percent since
2000. However, other forms of
media are booming. So when
does government have to get
in? Again it's all for control of
what news is allowed, social-
ism in action!
So let's look at some of the
proposals as contained in
their "reinventing Journal-
ism" document.
1) The creation of a "jour-
nalism" division of Ameri-
Corps, the federal program
that places 75,000 people
with local and national non-
profit groups annually
2) Tax credits to news or-
ganizations for every jour-
nalist employed.
3) Establishing citizenship
news vouchers, which would
allow American taxpayers to
allocate some amount of gov-
ernment funds to the non-
profit media organization of
their choice.
4) Increased funding for
"public' radio and television.
5) Providing grants to Uni-
versities to conduct inves-
tigative journalism.
6) Increased postal subsi-
dies for newspapers and pe-
riodicals.


7) A five percent tax on
consumer electronics, which
would generate roughly four
billion dollars annually, to
pay for increased public
funding.
8) Finally, our student loan
program has been national-
ized.
The following will explain
their "control," let's pay for
even more "public" radio
and TV You know the word
public means "government
radio and TV" Let's pay their
postage and pay "liberal Uni-
versities" (almost all of
them), to conduct investiga-
tive journalism. Then by cre-
ating Journalism division
within AmeriCorps would
only lead to the government
getting exactly the kind of
journalists it wants.
The more the government
moves into the journalism in-
dustry, we must not forget
that our free speech rights
would be at even more risk
than they are today Another
reason we cannot have gov-
ernment play any type of role
in speech is because the gov-
ernment gives and the gov-
ernment taketh away, has
been said long into history. It
is clear the FTC is trying to
set an agenda and that some
sort of government interven-
tion is necessary Strictly a
power grab by the FTC, run
by one of Obama's Czars who
strongly believe in curtailing
free speech. So does Czar
Cass Sunstein, Obama's Reg-
ulatory Czar a liberal activist
judge, has been called the
most dangerous Czar of all,
due to his position. Also,

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he lawns are finally
starting to look good
after that nasty win-
ter kill we had. I know our
new grass plugs and weeds
are looking great!
Homes are selling more
and more. Hopefully the
people that have to sell for
health reasons or whatever
the next 6 months should
be better and they can
move on.
Feature of the week
Well, believe it or not, the
feature this week is an-
other couple who are mar-
ried 50 years or more.
Beverly and Rich Simmons
will be married 58 years on
Sept. 24.
Rich was born in New
York City in Manhattan. He


had one brother and one
sister. When Rich was 9
years old, he and his
mother moved to Lowell,
Massachusetts. He at-
tended Sacred Heart Ele-
mentary School and later
he went to Lowell High
School, where he left and
joined the Navy at the age
of 17.
Beverly was born Bev-
erly Broadbent in Biller-
ica, Massachusetts. She
had one brother She at-
tended Faulkner Elemen-
tary and then on to Howe
High School, where she
graduated in 1952.
This same year she met
Rich and he swept her off
her feet in four short
months and they were mar-
ried that September.
After they married, Rich
worked at the Raytheon
Company as an electronic
test technician for missile
parts, where he remained
for 40 years.
Beverly also worked at
Raytheon until their first
son was born. She worked
on and off as a bookkeeper
while raising four children
(three sons, one daughter).
Later came seven grand-
children and eight great-
grandchildren.
Beverly returned to


Raytheon and worked 10
more years before they
both retired to Spruce
Creek North in 1989 where
they have lived for more
than 20 years.
Bev loves her computer.
She used to bowl and
would like to go back to it.
But for now she enjoys the
water exercises, plus rid-
ing her little scooter bike.
Rich recently had hip re-
placement surgery and is
hoping to return to horse-
shoe pitching, shuffle-
board and bowling.
Isn't it wonderful to find
so many devoted couples
living here in SCN?
They were a very pleas-
ant couple to interview.
Euchre Club
First place winners the
last few months in Euchre
have been Keith Spears,
Theda Millin, Mike Kur-
lokowsky, Karen Peterson,
Sam LoBianco, Bonnie
Teemley, Gary Ritten-
house, Betty O., Ernestine
Dave, Joyce Rex, Ebb
Johnson, Billy Swing, Sue
Warner, Wilma Barchey,
Ruth Millin and Lily Kitzer.
A full listing of all the win-
ners is in the SCN newslet-
ter. Euchre is played on
Monday nights at 6:30. Sue
and Ken Warner run the


Euchre group so you can
get more information from
them.
Ice Cream Social
News from the social
committee is a Sunday Ice
Cream Social. Date is July
25 from 5-6:30 p.m. Cost is
$2 per person, payable at
the door. The next event
will be a potluck in Sep-
tember which is always a
well-attended day.
Scrabble Anyone?
Laura is looking for
scrabble players to form a
club in the afternoon at the
SCN clubhouse. All are
welcome. Call Laura at
352-237-0770.
Bocci
My last featured column
was about Bocci. It is too
hot to play now, so Ed Wat-
son reports that the Bocci
league will begin Monday,
Oct. 4. Call Ed for the
times. He is hoping for
many new players and also
to start up shuffleboard
once again.
Response to heat
and humidity
I did get one e-mail from
a very sweet lady saying
she did prefer frozen water
pipes and cold to the hot
and humid weather. God
love her, we are from


Chicago and had all the
cold we want for our life-
time. But! That's what
makes our world go
around, we all like differ-
ent things. Thanks for the
e-mail, though!
Ping Pong Paddlers
I talked to Ben Medolla,
leader of the Ping Pong
Paddlers, and he said they
are still playing every Sun-
day at 10 a.m. His group is
looking for new players.


Residents from other com-
munities are welcome to
come and play Ben would
like to get group together
on another day Please con-
tact him.
Hospice Thrift Store
Hospice thrift store re-
ally offers some nice clean
items. They have a selec-
tion of just about every-
thing with different
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Biloxi 3 nights, Oct. 17-
20: Call for details.
Clearwater Yacht Cruise,
Thursday, Oct. 21: Enjoy a
narrated two-hour lunch-
eon cruise of Tampa Bay
on board the Yacht Star-
Ship. Trip includes bus,
narrated two hour cruise,
Nanc y complete lunch, all taxes
Archer and gratuities.
Show Palace Dinner
Theatre, "Oklahoma,"
OOD Wednesday, Nov 3: Join us
for this classic Broadway
Show. Trip includes bus,
reserved seats for the mati-
in July nee show, complete hot
w is tomor- lunch buffet, all taxes and
10, from 9 tips.
Please be Orlando Outlet Mall,
y. Also the Thursday, Nov 4: Cost in-
I be there cludes bus and tip for
dogs, chips, driver. Lunch is on your
and baked own. Four hours at the
ut and sup- mall.
oceeds will Alhambra Dinner The-
new music atre, "The King and I," Sat-
ano. urday, Nov 6: Come enjoy
mmer Fest this classic musical. Join us
immer fest at the Alhambra Dinner
day, July 19 Theatre in Jacksonville.
r.ni.rmet Cost includes bus, re-


Chicken and Fixins. Enter-
tainment by Richie Merritt
from 6:30-9:30. Free to
Cherrywood residents.
Cherrywood residents may
bring guests for $12 Per
person. Also there will be
an ice cream social at 7
p.m. Tickets for that are $3.
Residents MUST wear
your Cherrywood Name
badges. See Geri for guest
tickets and ice cream so-
cial tickets.
Cherrywood travel
Brand New Trips for the
summer, fall, and winter
are here and booking fast:
Flyers are available for
these trips at the Club-
house on the travel rack.
You must call Nancy at 352-
861-1432 to get the rates
and reserve your seat. Re-
member you do not need to
live in Cherrywood to go on
our trips. Just call Nancy to
sign up.


served seats for the mati-
nee show, complete hot
lunch buffet, all taxes and
gratuities.
Early Bird Dinner The-
atre, "How the Other Half
Loves," Thursday, Nov 11:
Join us in for this very
funny romantic comedy
about three couples whose
lives intersect. Includes re-
served seats for the mati-
nee show, complete hot
lunch buffet, all taxes and
tips.
Thanksgiving Dinner
and Show, Thursday, Nov
25: The Palace Grand in
Spring Hill (on U.S. 19) is
celebrating the holiday
with The New Dawn
Singers. Come enjoy the
holiday with friends. In-
cludes a complete buffet,
reserved seats, all taxes
and gratuities.
Word of Life Gospel Pro-
ductions, Sights and
Sounds of Christmas,
Wednesday, Dec. 8: Come
enjoy this Broadway-Style
show for the holidays at the
Word of Life Performing


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Arts Center in Hudson. A
fantastic show with beauti-
ful costumes, music and
dance. Cost includes bus,
hot lunch buffet prior to
the 2:30pm show, reserved
seats, all taxes and tips.
Non refundable payment
due by August 15.
First Baptist Church Or-
lando, Singing Christmas
Trees, Saturday, Dec. 11:
This show sells out every
year The cost includes
great reserved seats for the
3 p.m. show followed by a
5:30 p.m. lavish dinner buf-
fet right there at the
church hall, all taxes and
tips. Last year's show was
excellent as well as the
food. Don't miss it this year
Non refundable payment
due by Aug. 15.
Two Night, Three-Day
Mystery Trip, Monday to
Wednesday, Dec. 13-15:
Join us on this three day
mystery trip. As usual I
won't tell you where we are
going, but a lot of great
stuff involved. Includes
bus, nice hotel for 2 nights,


breakfast daily,2 dinners, 2
lunches, other things I
can't say, all taxes and tip
for Brian. $100 deposit
Final due Oct 13.
Alhambra Dinner The-
atre, "It's a Wonderful
Life," Thursday, Dec. 16:
This classic film has be-
come a favorite holiday
musical. Join us at the Al-
hambra Dinner Theatre in
Jacksonville. Cost includes
bus, reserved seats for the
matinee show, complete
hot lunch buffet, all taxes
and gratuities.
Show Palace Christmas,
Wednesday, Dec. 22: The
Show Palace writes their
own Christmas Play each
year. Join us for this year's
Christmas Show with all
the wonderful Christmas
songs and dance. Trip in-
cludes bus, complete hot
and cold lunch buffet, re-
served seats, all taxes and
gratuities.
21-day National Parks
Cross Country Motorcoach
Trip, Aug. 1-21, 2011: Visit
Mount Rushmore, Yellow-


stone, Old Faithful, Crazy
Horse Memorial, Badlands
National Park, Deadwood,
Grand Teton, Bryce
Canyon, Zion National
Park, Mesa Verde, Du-
rango, Oklahoma City, New
Orleans. Includes many
side trips along the way,
nightly hotel accommoda-
tions, breakfast daily, 7
lunches, dinner daily, all
taxes and gratuities includ-
ing driver Call Laura Kane
for rate.
7-Night Western
Caribbean Cruise, Carni-
val Legend, Jan. 23-30,
2011: Sails from Tampa to
Grand Cayman, Cozumel,
Belize and Isla Roatan.
Call for rates.
Singles Dinner
All Singles in Cherry-
wood are invited. We meet
in the Cherrywood lot at
4:30 and carpool from
there. Here is the list for
the July dinners.
July 11 Chili's
July 18 Stumpknockers
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flight B Kate Lott and
Marlena Yaich; flight C -
Tina McCurry and Mary
Golab; flight D Ruby
Shepard and Evelyn Exell.
"Closest to the Pin" was
won by June Dickbernd
and Tina McCurry had the
sole "Chip In." Well done
ladies!
Carol Ann's Corner
It seems hard to believe
but I have now been here


in Oak Run for 15 years. A
few years ago I made some
relatively major changes to
the flooring, furniture and
wall color but now I am
having a yen to shake
things up again. Not being
a "house proud" person by
nature I have been able to
look at the same old same
old for quite a long time.
For example, when I had
the walls painted beige I
realized that it was the first
time in all the places I have
lived in my adult life that
the walls weren't white! I


can't wait to see what I
come up with this time.
But, of course, the first step
should be to find more ap-
propriate places for all the
unfiled papers in the sec-
ond bedroom, and, put
away the Christmas deco-
rations that are still lying
there. (I told you I could ig-
nore things around the
house for quite a long
time.)
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column to Carol Ann
Wheeler at democrat-
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bargains every week. New
residents should stop by
They are located in Jasmine
Plaza near the corner of 200
and 60th. These friendly peo-
ple are all volunteers that
work there. Hospice is a non-
profit store.
Get Well Wishes
All our get well wishes go
to Bill Miranda who is recov-
ering from surgery.
He is one of the pancake
people and we need him


healthy to flip those pan-
cakes. Get well soon!
Old Friends
I ran into a dear old friend I
hadn't seen in years. It was so
good to see her smiling face.
Why do we get so caught up in
our own lives that we lose
touch with friends we care for?
It was great seeing you, Pat!
See you in 2 weeks.
Jan Liberio resides in
Spruce Creek North with her
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OTOW


I just learned a new
phrase, "opportunity
cost." It means that tak-
ing advantage of one op-
portunity means forgoing
another opportunity
We clean our homes to
save money but in the
process our time can't be
spent another way On the
other hand, if we pay some-
one to clean, we have more
time to use in other ways. It
can be a difficult balancing
act trying to decide which
is more important in our


situation.
That goes for so many
other areas in our lives. To
be happy, we need to mind-
fully choose carefully
among our many choices.
Master the Possibilities
Our Master the Possibili-
ties lifelong learning pro-
gram begins its summer
season in earnest next
week. There are 14 classes
and presentations that
start! As always, the variety
is impressive. There are
art and computer offer-
ings; current events, psy-
chology; a Sushi class, and
presentations on Marion
County horse farms and
water conservation, hiking
and biking..and kayaking.
There's even a field trip to
a Paso Fino ranch. With all
this I'm sure there are
classes of interest to you!
To register go to mas-
terthepossibilities.com or
call 352-854-3699 with your
selections. You can do ei-
ther 24/7, and as always
these are open to all! If
you'd like a copy of the cat-


alog, stop by the Center at
8415 S.W 80th St. They are
also available at Freedom
Library Make this summer
an educational one..and
bring a friend. Hope to see
you in class.
The Best of Motown!
Motown Magic will be
performing at the Circle
Square Cultural Center on
Saturday, July 17 at 7 p.m.
As always, doors open at 6
p.m.
Hear favorites made fa-
mous by Aretha Franklin,
The Four Tops, Smoky
Robinson, Otis Redding,
Dionne Warwick, Marvin
Gaye and more.
A Reminder
There will be a Choral
Workshop on Aug. 9 from 9
to noon in Suite H at the
ACC. Current members
and any OTOW resident in-
terested in learning more
about the Concert Chorus
are invited to attend.
The purpose of the work-
shop is to acquaint
prospective members with


the organization, demon-
strate the type of music at-
tempted, as well as meet
the director and officers.
New members are ex-
pected to be able to sing
four-part music. The group
will sing some selected
numbers for review.
At the conclusion of the
workshop, interviews and
auditions may be sched-
uled.
It is hoped that all those
interested in singing with
the chorus will attend this
workshop. Please contact
Suzanne Womack (352-873-
4643) or Connie Slimm
(352-598-2185) for further
information.
Travel Toppers
Reservations begin July
19 for Mid-Life Crisis a mu-
sical at the Show Palace
Dinner Theater on Thurs-
day Sept. 9. The sketches
poke fun at the "joys" of
growing older. The cleverly
crafted songs celebrate for-
getfulness, reading glasses
and the tribulations of the


aging process but also
touch on the sentimental
wisdom our later years af-
ford us. Everyone will cer-
tainly relate to this
presentation. Cost includes
transportation, show, deli-
cious buffet and tip for
driver and meal. Coordina-
tor Irene Plow will accept
reservations from 9 a.m. to
1 p.m.
Seats are available for
the trip to Fort Myers Oct.
13-14 for the Mystery Din-
ner Train. Trip cost in-
cludes shared
accommodations at the
Marriott Courtyard, 3 1/2
hour train ride while en-
joying a mystery play as
you enjoy your dinner.
Menu choice of prime rib,
fresh seafood or baked
stuffed chicken. Soft
drinks and alcoholic bev-
erages on your own.
Full breakfast before de-
parture with stop at Elling-
ton Outlet Mall for lunch
on our own and some shop-
ping. Call Pat Hood 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m.


Call Audrey Mangan now
for seats for Boogie Won-
derland musical at the
Show Palace on Thursday
Aug. 12.The new review
highlights fads, music and
fashions of the 70s. Cost in-
cludes transportation,
show, buffet meal and tips
for meal and driver.
Line Dancing
Sherry and Jack Ashen-
felter, retiring line dance
instructors, thank the line
dancers for 12 years of
friendship, fun, and dedi-
cation and wish the new in-
structors enjoyment and
success in leading the line
dance classes.
My Blood, Your Blood
This class on Monday,
July 19, from 11 a.m. to
noon will be an interesting
one. "All your questions
could be answered." It is
free for residents and non-
residents.
This is an award-win-
ning science education
program that emphasizes
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College gets OK for four-year degrees OMM TY


College of Central
Florida has been granted
final approval to offer
four-year degrees. The
Commission on Colleges
of the Southern Associa-
tion of Colleges and
Schools has granted Level
II accreditation and CCF
will offer its first bache-
lor's degree program be-
ginning in January 2011.
"Our accrediting agency
has reviewed our applica-
tion and has confirmed
that we are qualified to
move to Level II accredi-
tation," said Dr. Charles
Dassance, CCF president.
"I am very pleased that we
can now move forward
with finalizing our plans to
begin serving the commu-
nity in a new way."
The Bachelor ofApplied
Science in Business and
Organizational Manage-
ment has specializations
in Agribusiness Manage-


ment, Health Care Man-
agement, Management In-
formation Systems and
Public Safety Administra-
tion. The application for
the program will be avail-
able this fall. Tuition will
be $105.22 per credit hour
for Florida residents and
$465.22 for nonresidents.
"Our primary mission of
providing access through
an open door philosophy
will remain in place,"
Dassance said. "We will
also continue our strong
focus on the '2 Plus 2'
statewide articulation
process as the primary
means for our students to
obtain four-year degrees."
CCF began the process
to offer baccalaureate de-
grees after approval of the
CCF District Board of
Trustees in January 2009.
The State Board of Educa-
tion granted approval in
March 2009.


A Bachelor of Science
in Early Childhood Edu-
cation-Pre-K through
Grade 3 will be offered be-
ginning in August 2011
pending final approval by
the Florida Department of
Education for Early Child-
hood Education Certifica-
tion.
For 16 years, CCF has
provided access to bac-
calaureate degree pro-
grams through university
partnerships. Approxi-
mately half of the institu-
tions in the Florida
College System are now
offering baccalaureate de-
grees to meet community
needs.
The Southern Associa-
tion of Colleges and
Schools Commission on
Colleges is the regional
body for the accreditation
of degree-granting higher
education institutions in
the Southern states.


Alzheimer's caregivers
can join support group
If you are a caregiver of a
loved one with Alzheimer's
disease, or have been recently
diagnosed with the disease,
Ocala West would like to in-
vite you to our monthly sup-
port group.
In addition to peer support,
the group will also invite spe-
cialists in the field who can
answer questions about
Alzheimer's disease, its

OTOW
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 13
the value of community
service through blood do-
nation and the importance
of a healthy lifestyle.
In additions, attendees
will be offered a "mini-
physical" which will in-
clude blood pressure
check, temperature, blood
type screening, hemoglo-
bin (iron) level and choles-


causes, how a diagnosis is
made and current research,
as well as coping mechanisms
for caregivers.
Ocala West staff will be
available to discuss our
unique Join Their Journey
Program. There is no cost to
attend this group and every-
one who is living with a friend
or family member with
Alzheimer's is encouraged to
attend.
Please contact Phyllis
Mullins, Memory Care Direc-
tor at 352-861-4444 for more
information. Ocala West is at
9070 S.W 80th Ave., Ocala.
terol.
The instructor is Tom
Davis and the class will
take place in Classroom 2.
Entertainment Group
Your Entertainment
Group announces the
theme to the show series
2010-2011. "Tributes to
Icons of Show Business."
At the March show clos-
ing out the 2009-10 series,
the audience was asked, if
we were able to bring in a
more expensive show,


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Are you a Marion County
Homeschooler looking to
make more friends for trips,
projects, outings and play
dates? Are you thinking about
homeschooling and would
like a place to ask questions,
get advice or voice concerns?
Be sure to check out an inclu-
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would there be an objec-
tion if ticket prices were
increased $1. The second
question was should the
Group book a Sunday mati-
nee. Both questions were
answered with an approval
response.
June Roberta is retired
and lives in OTOW She en-
joyed a diverse career, in-
cluding being a legal
secretary to a theatrical at-
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July 25 Go to Villages
Next grief seminar July 23
Dr. Routledge's seminars
on grief will continue on
Friday, July 23, at 10:30
a.m., with lunch to be
served. This seminar, No. 6,
is titled "The Surprise of
Grief and Its Many Stages."
There is no time limit on
grief ... no clock ticking
until all will be better and
everything will be "normal
again." What can I expect
during grief's episode and
what can I do to effectively
handle it. These and many
other questions will be dis-
cussed at Dr. Routledge's
seminar. Please contact
Geri at 352-237-1675 if you
would like to attend this
seminar.
Blood drive
The Big Red Bus will be
here in Cherrywood on
Thursday, July 15, between
7:30 a.m. and noon, if you
are able please come and
donate blood. Every dona-
tion saves three lives.
Florida's Blood Centers is
the sole provider of
blood/blood products to the
hospitals in Marion County
Be a local hero and saves
lives.
Make an appointment by
calling Jackie George at
352-873-3609 or just come
on July 15.
Democratic Club
The Cherrywood Demo-
cratic Club will have a
closed meeting on July 16
at 2 p.m. in the Clubhouse
card room for registered
Democrats only Refresh-
ments will be served.
Marion County Commis-
sioner Barbara Fitos will
attend to meet all Cherry-
wood Democrats.
The club meets on the
third Friday of each month
at 2 p.m. in the Clubhouse
card room. Harriet
Scarpino, president, can be
reached at 352-873-9955.
Nancy Archer and her
daughter Christine are 12-
year Cherrywood resi-
dents. Get Cherrywood
news to her at blue-
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Synagogue names are very important


JUDI'S


S hakespear
and Juliet,
in a name?
other name sti
sweet" Obviou
speare did not
about Jewish na
gogues, for, as one
names are very i
have a lot to say a
ular congregation
When the Sec
was destroyed by
in 70 A.D. and tl
driven out into e
teetered on the
struction. Its cei
worship was go
was much belief
abandoned the
pie. Some far th
looked to the fut
much thought ai


tion, arrived atthe conclusion
that although the Temple was
destroyed, synagogues would
now fulfill an important role
and that the future of Ju-
daism would be secured with
a decentralized group of
houses of worship where
prayer and study would re-
J u di place the animal sacrificial
S i e g a I cult of the ancient temple.
And so synagogues or Jew-
ish houses of worship sprung
up throughout the Diaspora
as places for worship, study
and fellowship. They ac-
quired names so they could
e, in Romeo be differentiated from each
asks: "What's other and became the cen-
Arose by any ters of Jewish life wherever
11 smells as they were established.
usly, Shake- In a recent article, I wrote
know much about the historic syna-
mes for syna- gogues in America. I would
e will discover, now like to point out the var-
mportant and ious names of Jewish reli-
ibout apartic- gious institutions and how
n. their meanings convey the
cond Temple history, location or even
ythe Romans clues to the direction of the
he Jews were congregation as to being tra-
xile, Judaism ditional or liberal.
brink of de- A sampling of the Jewish
ntral place of synagogues in the greater Or-
ne and there lando-Gainesville area re-
'that God had veals an interesting fact.
Jewish peo- Many congregations have the
inking rabbis word "shalom" or "Sholom,"
:ure and after peace in their moniker.
nd considera- Sometimes this is because


the congregation has broken
off from an older group and
the new group wishes a
"house of peace." More
often, in my opinion, espe-
cially here in the South,
"shalom" is a recognizable
word and people like what
they know so they name their
congregation with a familiar,
comfortable name. So we get
Anshei Shalom, People of
Peace, Ohev Shalom, Lovers
of Peace, Shir Shalom, Song
of Peace, and when all else
fails, the familiar Hebrew
greeting, Shalom Aleichem
(We greet you with peace).
Which leads us to another
familiar term, "Israel." As
president of a congregation
with that name, I can attest
that having "Israel" in your
name means "the Jewish
people." So we get names
such as Beth Israel, Israel's
house or B'nai Israel, Sons
descendentss) of Israel. (Is-
raelites) Very popular name
for a synagogue with a recog-
nizable term.
Since a synagogue is a
house of worship, the word
for house is often part of the
name. In its various forms we
have "beth" "beit" and "bet."
All these terms mean "house
of." Combining this with
other terms we have Bet-el or
Beth El, House of God, Beth


Am, House of the People,
Beit Emeth, House of Truth,
Beth Chayim, House of Life,
and the old chestnut, Beth
Shalom, House of Peace.
Even the word "Temple"
before the name gives a clue
as to the affiliation of the
congregation. A traditional
Jewish house of worship will
never use that name because
the original Holy Temple was
in Jerusalem. More liberal
congregations allow its use
since the original Temple
has been destroyed.
The term "or," light, often
refers to congregations of the


Reconstructionist move-
ment. Because the Recon-
structionist movement is
liberal, it gives new light to
the observance of Judaism.
Congregation Or Chayim of
Leesburg, a Reconstruction-
ist prayer group is a good ex-
ample. The name means
Light of life, a reference to
the Torah and its teachings.
Congregation Beth Israel of
Ocala (Reconstructionist) al-
most became Or Hadash
(new light) but for one vote.
Some congregations are
inspired by famous sages or
heroes of Jewish history So
we get names such as Beth
Hillel (House of Hillel, first
century rabbi) or Beth David
(King David of the Bible)


We have place names. Gar-
den St. Synagogue, Hebrew
Congregation of Springfield,
Garden City Jewish Center.
While many congregations
prefer Hebrew names, still
others will use English terms
as these examples show.
Whatever name Jews
choose to give to their houses
of worship, the purpose of
the building remains the
same; a place for Jewish wor-
ship, study and fellowship,
whether it be liberal, tradi-
tional or something in be-
tween.
Judi is a former teacher
and Jewish educator She
lives in Sun Valley with her
husband, Phil.


OBITUARY


Joseph Patrick Kirby, 91,
of Ocala
Joseph Patrick Kirby died
on Monday, May 24, 2010 at


Joseph
Kirby


Hospice House
in Holland,
Michigan.
He was born
in Chicago, Illi-
nois on March
18, 1919 to John
and Ida (Powell)
Kirby He
worked for the


State Department before
joining the U.S. Army Air
Corps where he attained the


rank of major. After the war
he worked for the City of
Chicago for
the senior
Mayor
Daley. Joe
spoke often
of the love and respect he had
for Mayor Daley Joe retired
and moved to Ocala, Florida
in 1983. He spent many happy
years there with his beloved
wife, Maxine, who preceded
him in death in 1999.
Joe is survived by a much
loved daughter, Susan Victor
(Matt) of Roscoe, Indiana; a
faithful stepson, Phil Stull


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(Georgine) of Benton, Ken-
tucky; and his dearly loved
wife, Margaret Carlin-Kirby
of Holland, Michigan. Joe
was a gentle and loving man.
He is greatly missed by all
who knew him.
Cremation has taken place
and a military funeral serv-
ice will be held on Thursday
July 8, 2010 at 10 a.m. at
Florida National Cemetery
in Bushnell, Florida. All who
knew him are welcome.
Arrangements by Dykstra
Life Story Funeral Homes,
Downtown Chapel,
www.lifestorynet.com.

THE
S )RkESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
AT MARION OAKS
279 Marion Oaks Manor
347-1161
Email: PCMO@netzeroucom
Rev. 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.


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5200 S.W. State Road 200
134 Miles West of 1-75
Worship Service
8:00 & 11:00 AM
Bible Class & Sunday School
9:30 AM
237-2233
,i,.., ,,. the Joy of Jesus Christ!


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
480S W 0hS
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Welcome to
Countryside
Presbyterian
Church
"Your Spiritual Home"

Sunday Worship: 10:30 am
Sunday School 9:00 am
Nursery A\, 1.11111j
Pastor Gary 0. Marshall

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


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


A Place for You...
No matter what your ,
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Ocala West UMC
Traditional Worship 8:00 & 11:00 AM.
Casual & Contemporary 9:30AM.
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


Christ 's Curch
fMarion County
An Independent Christian Cf/urch
SUNDAY SERVICES
Sunday School............................... 10:00 am
W orship 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, Fl 34476 www.ccomc.org


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Community
Church
Conservative Traditional Services
Sunday Worship at 10:00 AM
Located one mile west of State Road 200 at
10260 SW 110th Street (turn west across from the entrance to Oak Run)
861-7716
Dr. Harley Towler, pastor
Graduate of
Moody Bible Institute and
Antietam Biblical Seminary
& Graduate school
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The Last Hurrah of Summer


Rev.
James L.
Snyder


OUT To


A s the last firecracker
sizzled in the night, I
eaved a sigh of re-
lief. It is not that I do not
enjoy a good fireworks dis-
play, but after all, when you
have seen one firecracker
they are all just about the
same. The thing they all
have in common is they cost
money. That is my problem.
Blowing up bushels of dol-
lars in the air does not seem
very exciting to me.
But the Fourth of July cel-
ebration has a different
meaning for me. Certainly, I
revere and celebrate the pa-
triotic significance of the
Fourth of July and faithfully
pray for my country and our
leaders. That is just one tiny
aspect of my observance of
the Fourth ofJuly
One reason I look forward
to the Fourth of July is so I
can look backward and say,


"Well, I am glad that's over."
And truer words have never
dribbled from my lips.
The prized significance of
the Fourth of July celebra-
tion for me is that it is the
last holiday of the summer I
may be wrong here, but it
seems that every month has
some kind of celebration in
it. Beginning with Thanks-
giving all the way through to
the Fourth of July there is
something to celebrate every
month. I sometimes forget
what I am celebrating.
Now the Fourth of July
celebrations over we do not
have anything to look for-
ward to until Thanksgiving. I
know there is Labor Day, but
what I like about this holiday
is that it specializes in no
labor. Then of course, there
is Halloween where people
dress funny and try to scare
one another. However, I do
not pay too much attention
to this holiday I dress funny
all year and plenty of people
think I am quite scary look-
ing.
Now, the rest of the sum-
mer is free from any kind of
silly intrusions. I do not have
to be concerned about a hol-
iday until Thanksgiving
when I usually stuff myself
like a turkey.
Stretching out before me


like a grand Eldorado of tit-
illating pleasure is a won-
derful stretch of no holidays.
This means I can get back to
my plans for the summer Ac-
tually, I have the same plans
for every summer, which al-
leviates the necessity of
thinking up something new
to do for the summer What I
did last summer I plan to do
this summer but with a lot
less gusto than last summer
What are my plans for the
summer? I'm glad you asked.
I plan this summer to vigor-
ously practice my loafing
skills. I have been doing this
every summer as far back as
I can remember and I have
yet to reach that plateau of
perfection. Of course, when
I do reach that point I am not
quite sure what I am going to
do.
In the meantime, I shall
vigorously pursue perfection
in the art of loafing.
Some may question the va-
lidity of loafing being an art
form. That is because they
do not know the vigorous
standards associated with
the art of loafing.
There is a variety of disci-
plines related with it. Not
the least being, what I call,
The Noninvolvement Disci-
pline. This is much harder
than it seems. How it works


is like this.
Whenever the urge to get
involved in some activity
hits, I vigorously discipline
myself to ignore that urge,
hoping it is only a temporary
annoyance. This involves an
extreme lack of concentra-
tion, or if you indulge in a
moment of concentration,
the tendency will be to act on
that urge. Leave it alone, is
my advice.
Another aspect of the art
of loafing has to do with the
Gracious Mistress of the Par-
sonage. I must be very care-
ful not to let her know of my
loafing plans. According to
her, idle hands belong to her
If she catches the slightest
whiff of my plans of loafing,
she pounces on me like a
flea on a hound dog. She can
think of more things to do
during a thirty-second com-
mercial than I can do during
the whole year
One little ploy I have used
that has worked out fairly
well. I always wear a neck-
tie. It is very difficult to in-
vite someone wearing a
necktie to engage in some
kind of physical work I must
say last summer she caught
me cold turkey.
I just came out of the bed-
room and my wife looked at
me rather oddly and said,


"Doesn't that tie need to be
cleaned?"
I am most particular about
my ties, and I like them
clean.
"Would you like me," she
said almost matter-of-factly,
"to launder your tie?"
Without thinking (which is
my strong suit), I took my tie
off and handed it to her not
noticing the sly little smile
playing right underneath
her nose. As soon as the tie
exchanged hands she said,
"Oh, I see you're not wearing
a tie today Maybe you can
help me clean out the
garage."
I certainly have plenty of


RELIGION


Divine Providence
The Divine Providence
Thrift Store, 8888 S.W
State Road 200 (352-873-
8544), offers countless bar-
gains daily This clean,
reasonably priced furni-
ture department is a fa-
vorite. The hardware and
housewares departments
are a must-see.
The store's clothing de-
partment offers adults and


work to do perfecting the art
of loafing. Just when I think I
got everything down pat, my
whole plan runs askew. I am
reminded of what the Bible
says. "Be not wise in thine
own eyes: fear the LORD,
and depart from evil. It shall
be health to thy navel, and
marrow to thy bones"
(Proverbs 3:7-8).
The Pennsylvania Dutch
have a saying, "We grow too
soon old, and too late smart."
The Rev James L. Snyder
is pastor of the Family of
God Fellowship, 1471 Pine
Road. He and his wife,
Martha, live in Silver
Springs Shores. Call him at
687-4240, or e-mail jamess-
nyder2@att.net. The church
Web site is www.whatafel-
lowship.com.


children's clothing at an
unbelievable 5 cents each
piece. The Boutique shop
offers individually priced
clothing.
Clean, complete, ready
to use donations gratefully
accepted at rear of store
during business hours.
Hours are 10 a.m. to 4:30
p.m., Monday through Fri-
day; 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on
Saturday; closed Sundays
and holidays.
Newspaper and alu-
minum recycling bins
available for public use at
rear of store.


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Marion Oaks
Assembly of God
*0 I ... is a light shining
f \in the darkness
.I showing people
of all nations to
4-% A Jesus Christ...

347-3001
Sunday Morning Worship
10:45 AM
Sunday School 9:30 AM
Wednesday Family Night 7:00 PM
Friday Youth 7:00 PM
www.MarionOaksAG.org
Pastor Tim Mclntyre
13977 SW 32nd Terrace Road
Marion Oaks Entrance
left at Kwik King, right on 3znd Ter. Rd.





FELLOWSHIP -
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10345 9W 27th Avenue
Ocala, FL 34476
service Times
Sunday
Bible Study 10:00 am
Contemporary Service 11:00 am
Eve. Worship 6:00 pm
Wednesday
Food & Fellowship 6:00 pm
Bible 9tudy 7:00 pm
Youth Activities 7:00 pm
Pastors David & Theresa French
(352) 237-5011 0,04V4


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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


'Frit,, ship 'baptist

Church
"A ryice iof Vewrituad [ '.
9524 S.W. 105th St., Ocala
237-2640
Sunday


Sunday School
Morning Worship
Evening Worship


9:30 am.
10:45 am.
6pm.


. Wednesday
Bible Study 7p.m.
Youth Alive 7p.m.
Randall Brown
Pastor
R 0004V4L


FEED your soul,
SAVOR the richness of
JEWISH tradition,
QUENCH your thirst
for knowledge 6 wisdom,
TASTE the flavors of Jewish culture,
BE WELCOMED AS A FAMILY
Worship Education
Social 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
11o9 NE 8th Ave., Ocala FL
Fostering Jewish life
in Marion County
629-3587
wwwjewishocala.org


Evangelical
Lutheran Church
joyocala@embarqmailcom
Sunday Worship: 9:30 am
No Sunday School
German Language Worship
1st. Sunday of each month
3:00 pm
Wednesday Evening
Worship 6:45 pm
Nursery Provided
Edward Holloway, Pastor
7045 SW 83rd Pl., Ocala
00.5ASH (352) 854-4509


Phone (352) 861-9080

Southwest

Christian Church





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

Nature 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


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11120 S. W. Hwy. 484
(1 Mile West of SR. 200)
Sunday
Sunday School/Discipleship 9:50 AM
Morning Worship 10:50 AM
Clubhouse For Children 4:00 PM
Wesleyan Youth 4:00 PM
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
lwwc.embarqspace.com

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 12:oo Noon
Worship 10:30 am
A Progressive Community
of Faith in the
SHeart of Central Florida
An Open and
J ll' ui Church


g 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 g


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 l.,iT. ',ln ,, ;
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


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of the World


Share Your Memories with Your Family


Hot Dogs are often the food of choice for Fourth of the
July. Mort Maratsay waits for Billlie Jimmy to get her
toppings.


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With the threat of rain in the air the party still went on.
Larry Chadwick holds an umbrella over his bride, Lil-
lian.


Sandra Nesley chose to
wear red,white and blue
while celebrating.


Tom Dackert and his son
Tom Dackert Sr. listen to
the music

Photos by

Michel Northsea


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of free classes addressing your health needs and concerns. At Ocala Health System, we are
not just focused on your health, we are focused on you.


The Mind-Body
Connection
July 9 2:00pm


SDiscover how powerful our thoughts
JK are and the influence mind has over
physical body. This interactive and
life-changing program will demonstrate the connection
between mind and body and how thoughts can control
quality of life. Presented by Terrie Hardison, Executive
Director, Alzheimer's and Dementia Alliance.

Managing Your
Diabetes
July 20 2:00pm
Are you confused about which blood
glucose monitor to use for
management of your diabetes? Due
to the number of available monitors, Ryan Borger,
Medical Representative, Abbott Diabetes Care, will
discuss the various blood glucose monitors, review
techniques for testing, and methods of coding to help
improve your knowledge of monitors and testing
techniques to achieve better diabetes control.


Alzheimer's and
Dementia: The
Dn Difference
S July 16 2:00pm
This program will give insight into the
different reasons for dementia. There
will be several very interesting photos of a normal
brain versus an Alzheimer's brain as well as a brain
affected by stroke. Presented by Terrie Hardison,
Executive Director, Alzheimer's and Dementia Alliance.

P Health Screenings
July 22 2:00pm
H2U, Health 2 You, is an
organization that focuses on the
unique health needs of adults and
their families. Free heart health,
balance, memory, and diabetic foot screenings
will be offered at West Marion Community
Hospital, Medical Office Building Corridor, 4600
SW 46th Court.


OCALA HEALTH SYSTEM

SENIOR HEALTHCARE CENTER

9850 SW 84th Court, Suite 500
The Friendship Commons
Please register by calling

1-800-530-1188


3 DAY, 2 NIGHT GETAWAY TO
CHARLESTON/BEAUTIFUL SOUTH CAROLINA
5 meals, tour of Charleston's historical district, tour of Forte Sumter (where
the Civil War began) and optional tour of Boone Plantation and much more.
Tour Date: Aug. 1st, 2010 S24900p.p. (dbl occupancy) 32900single


RED HOT BOOM!
Central Florida's Largest Fireworks Dlsplay- Crane's Park,
Altamonte Springs FREE Concert various artists.
Tour Date: July 3rd, 2010 2PM-Midnight 2500p.p. round trip Bnng lawn chairs or blankets
2 DAY, 1 NIGHT IN THE NATION'S
OLDEST CITY ST. AUGUSTINE
3 Meals, Ocean Front Hotel, Narrated Site Seeing Train Ride
Tickets to Off/BroadwayShow. 1 2900p.p. (dbloccupancy)
THE DIXIE SWIM CLUB
Tour Date: July 29th, 2010 415900single
2 DAY, 1 NIGHT CASINO GETAWAY TO HOLLYWOOD, FL
4 Casinos, $105 Free Play, 6 Meals. This is the trip you don't want to miss
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Every Thursday New package with new casino as of June 17th
Chance to Win $500 Every Hour
$8900p.p. (dbl occupancy) $1 0900single


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4 DAY, 3 NIGHT GETAWAY TO
MYRTLE BEACH, SOUTH CAROLINA
"Entertainment Capitol of The South East"
6 Meals, 4 amazing shows, shopping & dining at Myrtle Beach Boardwalk
& Barefoot Landing, motor coach Safari Tour & much more
TourDate:Aug.10th,2010 $3490p.p. (dbloccupancy) S439"single


3 DAY, 2 NIGHT GETAWAY TO
GEORGIA'S #1 ATTRACTION
HELEN, GEORGIA 4 meals, Tour of Scarlet's Secret,
Tour of Charlemagne's Kingdom and much more!
Tour Date:Aug.8th,2010$199g p.p. (dbl occupancy) s24900single
3 DAY, 2 NIGHT GETAWAY TO
SAVANNAH/JEKYLL ISLAND, GA
BEST PACKAGE THE SOUTH HAS TO OFFER!
5 Meals, Lunch at the famous Lady & Sons Restaurant (Paula Dean) Trolley ride of historical
Savannah. 2 hour Riverboat dinner cruise, dinnerat Old Fort Jackson and much morel
Tour Dates: June 27th, $22900p.p. (dbl occupancy) $269 single
July 11th & Aug. 15th, 2010
KEY WEST 3 DAY, 2 NIGHT
5 Meals $25 Free Play Tour Date: July 16,2010
2 Casinos, airboat ride of Everglades, 3 hr. cruise on
Jungle Queen boat with a stop on private island & much morel
$16900p.p. (dbl occupancy) S21900single


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Moose Lodge activities

Members and qualified guests only
Friday, July 9: Pasta buffet, all you can eat starting at 5
p.m.; "The Carriers" entertain 6:30 to10:30 p.m.
Saturday, July 10: Queen of Hearts, 5 p.m.
Sunday, July 11: Breakfast 8 to 11 a.m.; district meeting
at the Ocala Forest, 1 p.m.
Monday, July 12: Moose Legion meeting 6 p.m.; men's
general meeting, 7 p.m.
Tuesday, July 13: Meat loaf dinner begins at 5 p.m.;
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much more an accom-
plished diplomat, naval
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and the first of the
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plot against their father re-
sulted in her execution.
When Ptolemy died, 20-
year-old Cleopatra VII and
her 11-year-old brother,
Ptolemy XIII, became joint
rulers. It was an unhappy
arrangement. Her
brother's advisers con-
nived against her, forcing
her to leave Egypt for Syria
to raise an army At this
point Julius Caesar
stepped in to resolve the
situation. In a famous
scene from history
Plutarch tells us how she
sneaked back into Alexan-
dria to meet Caesar: "The
princess, taking only one
friend with her, got into a
small boat and in the dusk
of evening made for the
palace. As she saw it diffi-
cult to enter it uncovered,
she rolled herself up in a


carpet like a bale of goods
and was carried into the
gates of Caesar."
(In the movie "Cleopa-
tra" Elizabeth Taylor does
a creditable job of falling
out of the rug.)
Caesar was charmed by
Cleopatra's entrance and
her person, taking her to
his heart and his bed. Soon
after, she delivered a son
she named Caesarian,
leaving little doubt about
the father's identity When
Caesar left Egypt and was
later assassinated, Cleopa-
tra turned to Mark Antony
as her new protector. He
was a brilliant military
strategist but hard drink-
ing and vain. The queen
exploited his weaknesses
by flattering his ego. To-
gether they had three chil-
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timed her pregnancies to
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was possible because both
birth control and abortion
were available to her.
Whatever plans Cleopa-
tra and Mark Antony had
for the future ended with
the Battle of Actium and
the failure of their forces
against Octavian's Romans.
Antony committed suicide
violently by stabbing him-
self in the stomach. The
queen chose a gentler
method though it's unlikely
it was by a snake bite. Only
an expert snake handler
could apply the cobra to a
vital spot. To Roller it's
more likely that she drank
poison.
Although much is made
of her love life, her only
true love was Egypt.
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freelance writer, and fac-
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bookings for 2010 and 2011
performances from social
clubs, civic clubs, church
organizations and individ-
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singers who sing for the
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folk to classic, mostly in
four voice harmony Eng-
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This week's South
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Spotlight is on Designing
Women Hair Salon &
Barbering under the new
ownership of Sofie Nelson.
Q How long has your
Business been in
operation?
Since 1980
Q What do you con-
Ssider your business
anniversary?
June 1
Q What is a typical
*day like at your
business??
The shop stays busy with


hair cuts, styling and perms in a relaxing
and enjoyable atmosphere.
Q What do customers like best
about your business?
The location of the shop, the friendly
staff which creates a friendly atmosphere.
We listen to our customers and offer a spe-
cial deal each week.
Q How many employees work at
your business?
Designing Women has 6 employees.
Q What is something your business
offers that people don't expect?
The shop offers Facials, manicures and
a specialist in Redken.


Left to right- Dorothy (Hairstylist), Sandy (Hairstylist), Susie
(Barber), Sofie Nelson (Hair Stylist & Owner and master in
color), Angela (Barber), and Terry (Barber)


Q Why did you choose this business?
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love to make people happy, and make them
feel good about themselves.
Q Where do you see your business
going in the next 5 years?
We are going to be a "booming", "rocking"
and busy salon and will be adding more hair
stylists.
What is your business address, phone
Q number and e-mail?
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day, July 3.
Hundreds gathered on
the Square for the 6 p.m.
event, but the rain short-
ened the evening about 7.
On this page and next, we
show some of the activities
that entertained the peo-
ple.
Above, left, some mem-
bers of the crowd listen to
the music that was pro-
vided by the Accelerators.
Above, right, Elaine Coley,
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Tax prep continues
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County will continue to
offer free income tax
preparation starting Mon-
day, April 26 through Octo-
ber 15. Marion County
residents who need their
tax returns amended or
need prior year taxes done
from 2007 through 2009 can
take advantage of the free
assistance Mondays and
Wednesday from 9 a.m.
through 2 p.m. at the
United Way office. Please
call 352-732-9696 to make
an appointment. All volun-
teers providing tax assis-
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Ciera Rose Cain, 21 months,who lives in
the Ocala National Forest area, enter-
tained the crowd with an impromptu
dance.


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Obama's media diversity Czar
(Federal Communication
Commission (FCC) Mark
Lloyd fully believes in cur-
taining free speech, through
deciding who gets broadcast
licenses and who doesn't.
Lloyd also wants to fire cur-
rent FCC employees and put
in their places minorities for
diversity as well as station
ownership. Remember, all
Czars are Obama's hand
picked choices. This is an ex-
ample of one old power struc-
ture seeing the opportunity to
circle its wagons around an-
other one. The real issue is
that once the government gets
its hands in the news business


our demise as a representa-
tive republic is certain. All
this constant takeover con-
trols show clearly Obama is
determined to make America
over into a Markist/Socialst
society This should scare you!
America will see Obama's
next act show he has person-
ally no respect for free speech
as you will see in the next
steps in his total control plans.
Immigration will be brought
to the surface soon, probably
as he executes one of his "ex-
ecutive orders" granting
"amnesty" to up to 25 to 30
million illegal aliens, giving
him new voters for socialism
and placing him in position to
set himself up as "dictator for
life", just like Cuba's Castro
and Venezuela's Hugo
Chavez. All the while we'll be


facing Cap and Trade (tax en-
ergy) battles, now going on in
secret congressional meeting
and you'll begin to hear more
and more of Obama's desire to
have the United Nation's Sus-
tainable Development pro-
grams implemented in
America which are rules that
cover a new system of Justice,
Economics, Social and the
Environment. This column
will cover this for you in a
near future column.
On top of all these upcom-
ing battles, his tax programs
will be led by the new Value
Added Tax (VAT). This shows
he will do everything he can
to pull every dollar out of
your pocket to help pay for all
his socialist programs. He
cannot any longer borrow all
the money he needs, nor can


he get it printed up fast
enough! So, Americans don't
get any further complacent in
comfort, unable or unwilling
to comprehend that the con-
sequences of foregoing liberty
for a refuge are dire. I find in-
formation at times that is
heartening, such as my re-
ceiving 15 color photograph,
some as large as 8 x 10 size,
showing political unrest/vio-
lence in Chicago on Thursday,
June 3, 2010. This is Obama's
own hometown and just as he
was arriving, his auto caravan
got into a terrible traffic jam
from thousands of sign wav-
ing Americans. No, it wasn't a
Tea Party demonstration
(they don't do violence), it was
just disgruntled citizens, right
in Obama's backyard brings
up another example that per-


haps the "backlash" has
started. You didn't see this on
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clearly enlightened that a
grass roots movement to re-
store, "Rules of Law" will un-
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midterm elections.
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