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Publication Date: September 3, 2010
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Former student's group
to perform at CF
Former College of Cen-
tral Florida student Sean
Gerrity will return to CF
with his award-winning
vocal group MOSAIC in
September, and tickets are
now available for $25 each
when purchased in groups
of eight or more.
MOSAIC will perform
Friday and Saturday, Sept.
10 and 11, at 7 p.m. and
Sunday, Sept. 12, at 3 p.m.
in the Fine Arts Audito-
rium at the Ocala Campus,
3001 S.W College Road.
Tickets are $30 in ad-
vance, available online at
alumni.cf.edu/mosaic or
by calling 352-873-5808.
Tickets are $35 at the door.
The group rate of $25 per
ticket is available for ad-
vance purchases, avail-
able through Pamela
Calero at 352-873-5808.
MOSAIC was the winner
of MTV's Top Pop Group
in 2008. The group rou-

PLEASE SEE MOSIAC, PAGE 3



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911


What is your emergency?

Sheriff's Office
Communication
Center opens
SMICHEL NORTHSEA
Staff writer


Above, Delia Perez a dispatcher
with the 911 Communications
Center, talks about her job with
Kenneth Sarsony and his grand-
mother, Elfriede Soehnell,of
Cherrywood Estates. At left, Rep-
resentatives of the Ocala Marion
County Chamber of Commerce,
the County Commission and the
Sheriff's Office gathered to cut
the ribbon. Capt.Jimmy Pogue,
center, commander of the 911
center, handles the scissors.
PHOTOS BY MICHEL NORTHSEA


There are no sounds of ringing
phones in the county's new 911
Communications Center.
Yes, calls are coming in some
30,000 monthly with 10,000 of those
calls requesting emergency serv-
ices of law enforcement, medical
or fire but those calls now "come
to the ear," said Karl Oltz, commu-
nications director of public safety
Prior to 5 a.m. Aug. 18, any calls
coming into the com center were
answered with a phone by the call
takers in their old 3,700-square-
foot quarters. With the completion
of the new 15,000-square-foot com-
munication center and its state-of-
the-art equipment, calls were
switched to the new building at 5
a.m. Aug. 18.
Chief of Staff Dan Kuhn said
during the grand opening celebra-
tion of the new facility on Aug. 25
that the switchover was "seam-
less."

PLEASE SEE SHERIFF, PAGE 3


TRUST Library to mark 10th anniversary

CAROL JONES By the end of that first month, here at Freedom." application filing, food stamp ai


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- On Thursday, Sept. 9, from 2 to 6
p.m., the Friends of Freedom Pub-
ness As- lic Library honor our library's
at Sun- 10th birthday with an open house.
00. Come and help us celebrate!
In September 2000, when the li-
Page 20 brary's doors first opened, three
employees were on hand with
RS about 24,000 books. The books
were not on shelves. They were
arranged on long panel boards
and planks placed across saw-
efighters horses because the shelving did
n Station not arrive in time. A couple of
ed the weeks later when the shelves did
come, the library closed tem-
nty in col- porarily for installation. The wood
ions for planks and boards had to be dis-
)A at their mantled and the books totally re-
t drive arranged on the shelves.


the small library had circulated
4,145 books. At the end of the first
fiscal year, circulation was 118,676.
For this current year, Oct. 1, 2008
to Sept. 31, 2009, the count
reached 230,940. From the time it
opened, Freedom has circulated
more books every year than any
other branch in Marion County
Items available at the library
currently total 52,973 with little
space for anything more. This very
busy library operates with a staff
of nine and 25 volunteers.
Heather Ogilvie, library super-
visor, is pleased to note the li-
brary's phenomenal growth. "The
children's programs alone, funded
by the Friends, are exciting, in-
formative, and heavily attended,"
she says. "We are so proud of the
many fun activities for learning


In the year 2000, the then
Friends organization held their
opening celebration on Sept. 9.
Following in their footsteps,
today's Friends decided to honor
that tradition and hold the 10-year
birthday party also on Sept. 9.
Joan Francis, past president of
the Friends and current co-chair-
person of the Celebration Com-
mittee, explains, "The reason for
this celebration is to recognize the
tremendous number of services
provided by the library and staff
for the community Freedom Pub-
lic Library is the second busiest li-
brary in the county It offers free
public access to computers for
children's homework. For adults,
it provides access to various gov-
ernment sites and social assis-
tance programs, such as job


plication, unemployment filing,
etc. Wi-Fi wireless capability and
free Internet access are available
here at Freedom. The county pro-
vides and maintains these com-
puters, and the library staff
provides assistance when
needed."
Art in its many forms adorns the
library throughout, changing
monthly for patrons' enjoyment.
Then we have the meeting room,
free of charge and currently used
by 29 groups, plus the library's
own scheduled programs.
Yes, in these 10 years, our little
library has grown in service to the
community We look forward to the
next 10 years. Let's see what
growth the future holds.
Happy Birthday, Freedom Pub-
lic Library!


Bookmark ....................... 26
Cherrywood ..................25
Judi's Journal......................23
O ak Run.................. .............13
OTOW ............................... 1 5
Out to Pastor...................21
Palm Cay .............................19
Preserve ........................... 15
Pun Alley .......................... 12
Spruce Creek North........11


PHOTOS BY JIM CLARK
Hawaii comes to Ocala
Quiet Oaks assisted living conducted a luau for its residents last week, with a Hawaiian theme, entertainment and food. Above, left, the resi-
dents enjoy the music, while later they dug into this sumptuous looking table of food. More photos on Page 18.


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2 ~ Friday, September 3, 2010


Driver caught after fleeing traffic stop


A Crystal River man was accused of
fleeing from law enforcement, driving
while license is suspended and resisting
without violence after an incident on Aug.
26.
Lawrence James Vickers, 43, of North-
east 3rd Street, Crystal River, was spotted
by a deputy traveling south on Southwest
60th Avenue in the 2200 block. After see-
ing the vehicle drift back and forth, the
deputy tried to stop the car, but the vehi-
cle made no attempt to stop. The vehicle
went east on 25th Street, west on 20th
Street, then came to a stop in the middle
of the road.
The driver got out and fled northbound
on foot. The deputy pursued him over a
fence and onto the property of Ocala
Breeders Sales.
The deputy lost sight of the man and
other law enforcement units arrived to set
up a perimeter. An aviation unit located
him running near the fence line of OBS,
and two deputies made contact with the
suspect and detained him. He refused to
identify himself, but his fingerprint at the
jail revealed him as Vickers, who had a


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suspended license. He also was on active
felony probation out of Citrus County He
refused to make any statement or answer
any questions.
In an incident in Summerfield, Daniel
Lanzl, 59, apparently committed suicide
at Fair Play Farm. His live-in girlfriend,
Denise R. Miner, 53, survived Lanzl's at-
tack that started around noon, Monday,
Aug. 30, and ended more than three hours
later.
The call came into 911 around 3:15 p.m.
A neighbor called because of a fire at 700
S.E. Highway 42, Summerfield. Miner had
been battered, tied and left inside a
trailer home by Lanzl. Miner was able to
cut herself free and run to neighbors for
help.
A Marion County Sheriff's Office
deputy arrived to find a trailer home and
barn burning. While firefighter dealt with
the blaze, Marion County Sheriff's Office


units search the property and found Lanzl
hiding inside a second barn on the prop-
erty After refusing to cooperate with law
enforcement, Lanzl used a gun and shot
himself in the head. Lanzl died at the
scene.
Miner had a restraining order against
Lanzl.
In a major traffic accident early Tues-
day in northern Marion County, four peo-
ple were killed and another critically
injured in a collision on Jacksonville
Road.
A vehicle driven by Gage Joseph Grei-
jack, 26, of Anthony, reportedly crossed
the center line and caused the collision.
Both Greijack and a passenger, Leslie
Brian Chandler, 26, of Leesville, S.C., died
at the scene.
In the other vehicle, driver Arnecia M.
Russell, 44, of Citra, was critically injured
but was able to tell troopers what hap-
pened. Two others in her car, Frank Rus-
sell, 70, of Citra and Margaret Russell, 49,
also of Citra, were killed. Arnecia Russell
and Frank Russell were the only ones
wearing seatbelts.


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Airmen who com-
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He is the son of Kevin Darnley of
Southwest 140th Street, Ocala.
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Friday, September 3, 2010 3


About 250 people at-
tended the grand opening
celebrations of the 911
Communications Center at
the Marion County Sheriff
last week. Many of the vis-
itors are volunteers with
the sheriff's office.Volun-
teer Don Freer talks with
Delia Perez,a dispatcher
at the center.
PHOTO BY MICHEL NORTHSEA


SHERIFF
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1
Calls coming into the
center are sent by com-
puter to the first available
call taker. Without even
taking seconds to pick up a
phone receiver, the call
comes to an earpiece, the
call taker is immediately
on the phone with the per-
son calling in to find out
the emergency
If necessary, the call is
then switched to the ap-
propriate agency, Ocala
Fire Rescue or Marion
County Public Safety Com-
munications, which han-
dles calls for fire and
emergency medical serv-
ices. The call taker first
asks the type of emergency,
the location and a call back
number from the person
calling and starts sending
the information to the dis-
patch person. In seconds,
the dispatcher is sending
help even though the call
taker is still on the phone
with the person.
The call taker continues
to ask questions about the
situation and that informa-
tion is relayed to the re-
sponding unit.
'All the information we
can get better prepares the
unit responding," said
Kuhn, stressing the addi-
tional questions were
being asked while help was
already on the way
While the process of tak-
ing the call hasn't changed
significantly, equipment
changes have made the job


easier and faster.
Besides utilizing the ear-
piece into of an actual
phone, a new mapping sys-
tem shows where the call is
coming from, saving call
takers time since they don't
have to find the location
themselves.
Monitors located on the
walls throughout the com
center shows which
staffers are on the phone,
how long they've been on
the call and the number of
active calls. Supervisors
stationed in the middle of
the room also have access
to the same information on
their computer screens.
To reduce noise in the
communication center, all
work stations face out to-
ward outer walls, Oltz said.
With the phones ringing
and voices muffled by work
station walls, Oltz said the
place can be "eerily quiet."
The new center was bud-
geted at $5 million and was
funded through the half-
cent sales tax for capital
improvements, emergency
management fund and
grants funded the 911 sys-
tem. The half-cent sales tax
collected for capital im-
provements was collected
for two years, expiring De-
cember 2004.
Constructed by Moss
Construction the complex
has offices, a break room, a
quiet room and an exercise
room. The exercise room is
for employees' use before


or after their 12-hour
shifts.
Architects for the project
were from Architecture
Studio, Inc., of Ocala.
Actual cost of the project
was under budget at $4.5
million.
In her comments during
the ribbon cutting cere-
mony, Ocala Marion Cham-
ber of Commerce CEO Jaye
Baille noted that 75 per-
cent of the work on the
project was completed by
local companies, which in
turn fueled the local econ-
omy
Besides helping the
economy and providing
more room the building
should withstand a hurri-
cane.
Sheriff Ed Dean said he
was very concerned in 2004
with the four hurricanes in
the state and wondered
what would have hap-
pened if the com center
had been wiped out, as it
was in Hardee County.
The former com center
had been constructed in
pre-Andrew days with
building standards were
not so stringent.
The new center is build
to withstand winds of 160
miles per hour.
"The first line for citizen
in an emergency is the 911
center. They are the com-
forting voice that's sending
help. It is only fitting they
have the facilities to do the
job," Kuhn said.


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Members of the South-
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to right, Roger Janu-
chowski, Duane Johnson,
William Corcoram and
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MOSAIC
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1


tinely performs for sellout
crowds in Las Vegas and
has shared the stage with
Prince, Babyface, Tony
Bennett and Jay Leno.
Proceeds will benefit the
MOSAIC Endowed Schol-
arship for CF students that
was established during the
group's visit in 2009.
"We're excited to have
MOSAIC back at CF," said
Joan Stearns, vice presi-
dent of Institutional Ad-
vancement at CF "Last
year's concerts were won-
derful and brought both
alums and families to the
campus. Sean giving back
to his alma mater in this
way sends a great message
to our college family and
the community about the
impact of the CF experi-
ence on our students."
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"I'm excited to be return-
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Community calendar


Saturday. SeDt 4


Chess Club to meet
The chess club that formed at the Freedom Public Li-
brary meets the first Saturday of the month, from 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m.
Grab your board and chess pieces and come on down.
Interested persons are invited to attend for a rousing
game of chess.
It's your move!
For more information, call Ron at 352-873-2276
Blood drive at mall
What's the perfect song for a blood donation sound-
track? Maybe something by Blood, Sweat and Tears, or
that classic "Young Blood?" Donors will have their say
at a special Sept. 4 blood drive at the Paddock Mall in
Ocala.
LifeSouth will be teaming with WITG Real Oldies 104.7
for a "Play for Pints" blood drive at the mall. Donors will
be able to request a song that will play while they donate
from noon to 2 p.m.
LifeSouth's bloodmobile will be parked just outside of
the mall's food court Friday-Monday of Labor Day week-
end, and each day donors will be entered into a drawing
for a $25 mall gift certificate. They'll also get cookies and
thank you T-shirts for their efforts.
Donors must be 17 or older, or 16 with written parental
consent, weigh a minimum of 110 pounds and be in good
health. A photo ID is also required.
SundaX Sept 5
Moose Public Breakfast
An open breakfast will be held at the Moose Lodge
from 8 to 11 a.m. every Sunday in September.
Coffee, juice, eggs, potatoes, biscuits with gravy, toast,
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FOPA to meet Tuesday
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Meeting: Due to Labor Day, the meeting will take place
Tuesday, Sept. 7 at 7 p.m. at Fraternal Order of Police
Lodge 145, 5675 W Hwy 40, Ocala. Meetings are open to
all citizens and business of Marion County For more in-
formation call 352-236-3069.
Bible Study Classes Resume September 7
The Tuesday afternoon Bible Study classes will re-
sume on Sept. 7 at 2 p.m. at Countryside Presbyterisn
Church, 7768 S.W Highway 200, Ocala. The discussion on
The Gospel According to John will be led by the Rev.
Herb McGrath. The public is invited. For further infor-
mation, call the church office at 352-237-4633.
Thursday Sept 9
Palm Cay GOP to meet
The monthly meeting of the Palm Cay Republican Club
will take place on Thursday, Sept. 9 in the Palm Cay
Oasis Club House beginning at 7 p.m.
In addition to a complete review of the primary elec-
tion results, all of the Florida State Constitution pro-
posed amendments to be voted on at the Nov 2 general
election will be reviewed and discussed. These amend-
ments will have a direct impact on every Florida resi-
dent and it is important to understand the extent of that
impact on you. Refreshments will be served following
the meeting. For additional information contact James
Pettus at 352-438-9662.
Hummel Club to meet
The M.I. Hummell Club, Ocala Local Chapter, will re-
sume its monthly meetings Sept. 9 and continued
through next May Special programs are scheduled for
the September and October meetings, which are on the
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Spaghetti at Church of the Advent
The Church of the Advent will sponsor an "All You Can
Eat Spaghetti Dinner" on Saturday, Sept. 11 starting at
5:30 p.m. Included will be three meatballs, salad, bread,
dessert and beverages.
Donations are $7 for adults and $5 for children 6 thru
12, children under 6 will eat free.
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Woman's Club plans social
The GFWC Woman's Club of Ocala will hold its Fall
Membership Social on Tuesday, Sept. 14, from 4:30 p.m.
to 6:30 p.m. at the Elks Club and Lodge, 702 N.E. 25th
Ave., Ocala.
The GFWC Woman's Club of Ocala is a member of the
General Federation of Women's Clubs which has been in
existence since 1890 and remains one of the strongest
and most influential women's volunteer service organi-
zations in the country
Light refreshments will be served.
All women in the area are invited to attend. To learn
more about the club and how it serves the community
call President Frances Kolonia at 352-629-7397.

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The Star Realtors of Marion County





Lynn #1 Team Partners Lou John Louise JoAnn Sallie Dennis Witzgall Peggy The Doughertys Lois Stimmel Jim Dale Michelle &
Shirley-Shiflett Pat McCullough Serago Kapioski Pace Flickinger Saunders 615-8794 Simpson Patty 502-3096 Lane Brooks Team Petticrew Ravens Joe Gercie
286-6217 299-6688 Broker/Associate 208-1635 361-4312 624-2775 425-9510 JaeAnn Witzgall 208-6554 Bill 425-8212 789-4516 Pat895-5160 Broker/Manager 895-2355 425-5408
Charlie Takesian 804-0159 cn4 Q7- Jerryv 274-0930 216-5852 49A A-nQ


Reduced $49,000. Open floor plan, 3/2/2 with a split floor plan,
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model. Truly a must see!! Offered @ $299,900.
MLS #331084
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108020 SW 112 Avenue, Dunnellon. Family neighborhood lots of
play space. Directions: SR 200 SW to 110th, make right. Go to end,
make right, proceed to 112, make a right house ahead on left.
$112,500. MLS #343807
Lou Serago 804-0159


The Gercie Team
This 2/2/2 w/den is located in Eagles Here to assist you in your I
Point of Oak Run. Kitchen w/granite HIGH INVENTORY- LOW RATES
countertops, cherry Cabinets, Florida real Call on me to help you navigate
room overlooks private backyard. Michelle 425-5408 this buyers market.
$279,900 MLS# 340725 Sallie Saunders
Peggy Simpson 352-208-6554 Joe 425-5409 352-425-9510


Lots of updating. Roof, glass-top
range, expanded Florida room,
w/ceramic tile. Backyard is fenced. It
also has it's own separate covered golf
cart patio. MLS #310333 $114,700
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TEAM


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Pat & Charlie
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We are your
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We Live, Work & Play Here!
The Perfect Place to Live,
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Marketing your Home Nationwide,
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RAINBOW SPRINGS GOLF &
COUNTRY CLUB Rainbow River
access. 3/2/2 pool home, built 2006.
Looks like new model. Low
maintenance, salt infused pool.
Private backyard. Free golf
membership worth $10,000 with
purchase. $165,000 MLS# 346176
Dale Ravens 489-1486


Newer roof, A/C & flooring. A must
see at $88,900. Ready to move in
and with A/C on lanai and 2 car
garage with work area. It's great
MLS#338721
JoAnn Flickinger 624-2775


DOUBLE THE EFFORT


615-8794 JAEANN
615-8731 DENNIS
WITZGALL


2/2/2 with 1200+ sq ft living area.
New roof, A/C, and a glassed-in
lanai under heat & air. $111,900
MLS #335757
JoAnn Flickinger 624-2775


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


2/1/1 w/810 sq. ft. Neighborhood 6.
New A/C in '09. New 25 Yr shingle
roof in '05. $72,900. MLS #344153
Call on any of our Stars for a
personal showing.
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Faster than a
speeding bullet, able
to leap tall buildings
in a single bound -
NOPE!
That's my husband!


But if you are looking
to SELL, BUY or RENT
a home,
I'll do a SUPER JOB!
Lois Lane
352-789-4516


Private backyard, an expanded
Augusta in Oak Run lots of
space, furniture available too.
$185,000 MLS #346168
Lynn Shiflett 286-6217


I Hampton Model. 1219 sq. ft. living, 2/2/1.5. New appliances '07, new
roof 2000. Maintained to perfection. Lanai under heat & air. Corner lot.
$98,500. MLS #339611. Call Jerry or Pat


7710 SW 117 Street Road Neighborhood The Preserve.
Directions at gates. 2/2/2 Gorgeous! $115,000
MlI "H9Q510 rall Pat


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Community calendar


Friday. Sept 17


Operation Christmas Child
Lorraine Sinclair from Oak Run, a volunteer for Oper-
ation Christmas Child which is part of Samaritans Purse,
a Franklin Gahram organization, is going to set up an in-
formational table in front of Walmart on State Road 200
on Sept. 17 and 18 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
There will be a table with pamphlets to hand out ask-
ing the shoppers to contribute to OCC which packs shoe
boxes with necessities of life and small gifts (e.g. tooth
paste, coloring books, candy, etc) to give to children in
war torn poverty stricken countries.
Since 1993, more than 77.9 million shoes boxes have
been distributed in 149 countries and territories. That is
77.9 million children that will receive a gift perhaps for
the first time.
Democrats schedule dinner
Marion County Democratic Party will have its second
annual "Proud to be a Democrat Dinner" on Friday, Sept.
17.
The keynote speaker will be Rod Smith, candidate for
lieutenant governor
Other candidates will also be in attendance. The event
begins at 6 p.m. with a cocktail hour/cash bar and a silent
auction.
Tickets are available at Democratic Headquarters
(352-402-9494) or for purchase on the website, www.mar-
iondems.org. (Click on the events page and utilize the
Actblue icon to make your purchase.)
This, that and the other sale
Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, 5200 S.W Hwy 200 in
Ocala, will be having a unique sale on Sept. 17 and 18
from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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The church is no longer having its annual fall craft and
treasure sales, so it is doing this different type of sale.
THIS is the remaining craft items, decorations, etc.
from last year's sale.
THAT is the unsold treasures, jewelry, and gift items,
plus some new items.
THE OTHER is the fabulous bake sale, individual ta-
bles of treasures offered by some of the church members,
and unused crafting supplies.
A hot dog lunch and beverages will be available.
Saturday Sept 18
Scandinavian Club to meet
The Scandinavian Club of Marion County invites peo-
ple of Danish, Finnish, Icelandic, Norwegian and
Swedish descent to join us at our next meeting at 11:30
a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 18.
We will meet at The Hilton Hotel, 3600 S.W 36th Ave.,
Ocala. Meal will be roast beef, mashed potatoes, veggie,
salad, bread, beverage and dessert.
Cost is $15 per person and reservations and advance
payment is required. Payment must be received by
Wednesday, Sept. 15.
Send payment to Jim Neate, 643-A Midway Drive,
Ocala, FL 34472. Entertainment will be presented by The
Jo Trio.
For further details call Jim Neate 352-687-1580, Vivian
Hendricks 352-687-2644 or Peggy Jones 352-629-3443.
Sunday. Sept 19
German Americans set Oktoberfest
The German American Club of Marion County Okto-
berfest will take place on Sunday, Sept. 19, at the Mar-
ion Oaks Community Center
Doors open at noon and dinner will be available at 1
p.m. Tickets are $15 per member and $20 per non-mem-
ber.
Music provided by Alpine Express from 2 to 6 p.m.
Meal includes chicken schnitzel, bratwurst, leberkaese
with onions, sauerkraut, red cabbage, German potato
salad, spaetzle and apple strudel.
For tickets, call Joe and Liz Dickmann 352-732-6368.


Thursday. Sept 23


Candidates' forum planned
The GFWC Woman's Club of Ocala will sponsor a Can-
didates Night Open Forum on Thursday, Sept. 23, at the
Marion County Public Library Headquarters, 2720 E. Sil-
ver Springs Blvd., from 5:30 to 8 p.m. in Meeting Room C.
Candidates for the Marion County Board of Commis-
sioners, the Marion County School Board, the Florida
Senate and the Florida House of Representatives will
participate.
Judy Johnson will moderate. The event is open to the
public. For information call 352-629-7397.
Alzheimer's and dementia
Ocala West United Methodist Church will host Terrie
Hardison of the Alzheimer's and Dementia Alliance who
will discuss both diseases on Thursday, Sept. 23, at 2 p.m.
in the multi-purpose room. This program will give in-
sight into the different reasons for dementia, and will
take a look at several very interesting photos of a normal
brain vs. an Alzheimer's brain.
The program will give you insight into the many rea-
sons for the behaviors you might encounter when caring
for someone with dementia. Many describe this discus-
sion as an "ah ha" moment.
There will be a free will offering taken to help support
the Alzheimer's and dementia Alliance. Ocala West UMC
is at 9330 S.W 105th Street, off State Road 200, just south
of Pine Run.
Saturday Sept 25
Health Fair at Crossroads
On Saturday, Sept. 25, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., there will
be a Health Fair at Crossroads Community Church. All
ages are welcome.
There will be blood pressure screening, vision, hear-
ing, cholesterol and diabetes, and much more.
For more information, contact Barbara Jack, coordi-
nator, at 352-854-2080. The church is at 8070 S.W 60th
Ave. Ocala.







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Thursday Sept 30
Amendments to be discussed
Amendments on ballots can be long-winded and very
confusing, and to that end the Friends of the Ocala Li-
brary are hosting former County Commissioner Judy
Johnson to give a seminar on those included on the Nov
2 ballot.
The date is Thursday, Sept. 30, the time 6.30 p.m. and
the place is Room C at the main library on Silver Springs
Boulevard.
Ms. Johnson will review the details of each amend-
ment so that voters will be able to make educated deci-
sions in the voting booth.
Refreshments will be served by the Friends, and due
to the anticipated audience participation early arrival
is suggested.
For more information about the Friends of the Ocala
Library log on to friendsoftheocalalibraryorg.

Saturday Oct 2

Rotary to hold barbecue
The Rotary Club of Ocala Southwest will hold its an-
nual smoked chicken barbecue on Saturday, Oct. 2, from
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Presale tickets pickup is from 10 a.m. to
noon.
Donation is $10. All proceeds are to be used for local
and international charities.
Menu includes one-half barbecued chicken, baked
beans, cole slaw, dinner roll and cookie.
This barbecue will be at First Congregational Church,
7171 S.W Highway 200, next to Joy Lutheran Church.
Advance tickets are available at the office of the South
Marion Citizen/West Marion Messenger, and at Mercan-
tile Bank, 11250 S.W 93rd Court Road, Suite 700.

Oktoberfest at Circle Square
Enjoy a cool fall evening and Oktoberfest festivities on
The Town Square, Saturday, Oct. 2 from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Feast on authentic German food including bratwurst,
sauerkraut, German potato salad and beer along with do-
mestic favorites.
Dance to traditional German music by the Alpine Ex-
press Trio and performances by the Alpine Festival
Dancers.
This will be fun for folks of all ages rain or shine! Join
us. at Circle Square Commons Town Square at 8409 S.W


80th St., Ocala.
For more information visit: www.CircleSquareCom-
mons.com.

No yoga class on Oct. 2
There will be no yoga class at Sholom Park on Oct. 2.
The next and final class of the season will be on Satur-
day, Nov 6, at 9 a.m. For information, call Ingrid Crane at
352-854-7950.

Sunday Oct 3
Church to mark 30th anniversary
College Road Baptist Church, 5010 S.W College Road,
will celebrate its 30-year anniversary on Sunday, Oct. 3,
beginning with a 10 a.m. service in the Fellowship Hall,
followed by lunch at noon.
From 1 to 2 p.m. there will be a time of reflection on
the past and some dreams for the future, along with
some special music.
The guest speaker is the Rev Bill Terrell of Oakcrest
Baptist Church.
All current and former members and friends are wel-
come.
Please bring a covered dish to share.
Meats will be provided.
Call 352-237-5741 for additional information and reser-
vations.

Saturday Oct 9

Luncheon and fashion show
The On Top of the World Lions Club will be holding its
Fall Luncheon and Fashion Show in the Health and
Recreation Ballroom on Oct. 9, (doors open 11 a.m.).
Come join us for great food and fashions.
The proceeds from this affair will be donated to the
Florida Center for the Blind and Interfaith Backpack
Programs for children.
There will be lots of beautiful baskets raffled off a
50/50 and lots of door prizes.
Tickets must be purchased by Oct. 1.
For tickets and more information contact Lions
Maryann at 352-854-8629, Sarah 352-465-8291 or Jane at
352-304-8519.
Tickets will also be available in the Health and Recre-
ation Ballroom Monday-Wednesday and Fridays 8 a.m.
to 10 a.m.


Tuesday. Oct 12

Food for Thought at Our Redeemer
Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, 5200 S.W State Road
200, Parish Nurses are sponsoring a "Food For Thought"
on Oct. 12. The speaker will be Dr. YousefElyaman. The
topic will be "Root Causes of Disease." This will be at 11
a.m. with lunch to follow. Everyone is invited to attend,
a count is needed for the lunch seating, please call 352-
368-4028.

FridayU Oct 15

VFW seeks donations
VFW Post 4781 annual flea market will be on Friday
and Saturday, Oct. 15-16, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The post is on the corner of State Road 200 and South-
west 110th Street.
The post taking donations of household items both big
and small (no clothes please). Proceeds go to veterans'
needs. Small items may be dropped off at the Post any
day of the week Large items can be picked up by calling
Art at 352-209-0668. Tables are available for rent if you
would like to sell your own items. Tables are $10 each
for one day, or $15 for one table for both days. For table
rental, call Phoebe at 352-854-8535.

Saturday Oct30

Trash to Treasure Sale
The church of the Advent will have its fourth annual
Trash to Treasure Sale on Saturday, Oct. 30. This will be
an outdoor event; rain date will be Nov 6.
Craft, flea market and food vendors are welcome to
participate.
Set up time will begin at 6 a.m. with the actual sale be-
ginning at 8 a.m.
Spaces will be approximately 10 feet x 10 feet and rent
for $15 each.
Most of the spaces are shaded. These will be assigned
on first come, first served bases. Contact Al Sickle 352-
208-5664 for additional information.
The church is at 11251 S.W County Road 484,1.3 miles
west of State Road 200.

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OPINION


L E TT E R TO

What do we value?
I hope we would say our free-
dom, and having the ability to
pass it down to future genera-
tions. I feel so blessed to have
been born in this great country,
having the opportunities that no
other nation offers, a nation that
has always honored God and
puts our faith in him. I love to
lead in the singing of "God Bless
the USA" and feel the patriotism
flowing from all who are within
hearing distance. Most join in the
singing of the Chorus, "I'm proud
to be an American, where at least
I know I'm free" and stand with-
out being asked. Yes, freedom is
something we should never take
for granted and always honor the
brave men and women who have
given their lives to preserve this
freedom.
Unfortunately, we have those
today who put America down,
apologize to other countries for
our "behavior," do not honor our
military, don't believe we are an
exceptional country, and de-
mand we not refer to terrorists as
terrorists. They promote class
warfare and the spreading of our
wealth, not only among us but to
other countries as well, not rec-
ognizing that we have done more
for other countries than any
other nation in history They be-
lieve the government can man-
age your money better than you
can and believe in having gov-
ernment taking over our busi-
nesses, our airwaves, health
care, finances and even our be-
havior. If they have their way
they will be telling us where to
live, what union we have to work
for and how much you should be
allowed to make. After all indi-
vidual responsibility is just too
much to ask of us, it's just not fair
for some to have more than oth-
ers, despite their hard work and
ambitions to better themselves.


T H E E D ITO R
They prefer we move to a
world government and world
economy, gladly giving up our
sovereignty as individual states
and a nation. They willingly side
with illegal immigrants over the
rights of our own citizens. We
should overlook the costs and
criminal acts incurred due to
these illegals and give up on
sending them back, it's just too
much trouble. They don't know
the meaning of illegal!
It is obvious who doesn't love
what we have been and wants to
transform us into something else.
There are good people on each
side of the political spectrum, it's
just sad to see us lose our pre-
cious freedom.
Think about it this election
year, what America do YOU
value?
Wayne Rackley
Ocala
A good guy passes away
On Aug. 24, Jim Baker, of Oak
Run, passed away leaving a hole
in the hearts of his many friends
and family This is not an obitu-
ary but a celebration. A few years
ago, I wrote about the passing of
Jack Everson a close friend of all
of us and particularly Jim.
There's another of "The Trio,"
but that's for later.
I came to know Jim when we
moved to Oak Run. I didn't play
golf then but started my learning
process at the now defunct Exec-
utive Course. This is where I met
Jim, one of "The Three Putters."
Jim was always easy going and
helpful to all who came to know
him. Having played and taught
tennis for 45 years, golf was new
to me, and hard. A good friend of
mine, and you'll recognize his
name, "Red" Auerbach played
tennis. He wouldn't play golf be-
cause he said, "anyone can hit a


E D I TO R I A L


Check the map


and be prepared

A s we write this, there is a major hurricane churning
toward the east coast of the United States, another
Atlasmaller storm behind it and a third forming in the
Atlantic.
It's time to take the hurricane season seriously
People in this area tend to get a little bit complacent be-
cause we are a slight distance inland. That's false security.
Those who were here in 2004 remember the series of
storms that damaged our area with high winds and tor-
rential rain. There were power failures and the loss of
other services for days during that time.
While panic is certainly not in order, it is that time of
year when we should be prepared with a few basic ne-
cessities, such as batteries, water, non-perishable foods,
etc. These won't go to waste if nothing happens, but if we
do get struck, it's better to have these items at your dis-
posal rather than have to fight the crowds at the stores
when a storm is imminent.
Meanwhile, keep an eye on the storms and what's hap-
pening in the Atlantic and occasionally in the Gulf. We
need to be ready just in case.


My TV watching needs some work


Jim
Clark
It's Monday morning and I'm
reading the list of Emmy win-
ners. I'm looking for familiar
names, and I'm having trouble
finding any
I guess I'm not watching what
the rest of the country is watch-
ing. The only winner I could re-
late to was Kyra Sedgwick from
"The Closer," which I view faith-
fully every week.
Now it's Tuesday morning, and
I'm reading the list of entries for
"Dancing With the Stars." I did a
little better there, with a couple
of sports figures and Bristol
Palin. But still, a lot of the names


L E T T E R S


were foreign to me.
That's not too important, since
this is a "reality" show I don't
watch anyway I'm boycotting all
the "vote" shows, that I feel are
fixed anyway, since NBC de-
stroyed "Nashville Star" by tak-
ing it off cable and putting it on
the network. That was my fa-
vorite.
Gone for this coming network
year are "Law and Order," "Cold
Case" and "Monk," among my fa-
vorites. We've latched on to
"Covert Affairs" and "Rizzoli and
Isles," but these are summer
cable shows that will probably go
on hiatus shortly
What new ones are coming?
Don't know what I'll like yet. We
do watch 'Jeopardy," which is on
a several-week vacation right
now, but we look forward to it
coming back.
Other than that, it's the sports
that keep me going to the tube.
Even that has gotten a little de-
pressing, since the Mets have
been virtually eliminated. Maybe


T O


What price freedom?
What price do you place on your freedom?
Thirty pieces of silver? A health care policy? Afree
house? A free car? A free education? A free what-
ever?
The thought of selling my freedom never oc-
curred to me. Silly me, I thought freedom was a
priceless commodity. That, we rare humans in
America are the only people in the history of
mankind to ever enjoy freedom, bought with the
life, and blood of so many fellow patriots.
Now, some have so easily forgotten this fact, and
they cannot wait to sell their freedom for peanuts.
How did freedom suddenly become a throw
away commodity? What kind of mind thinks free-
dom is some kind of liability, or hindrance to hu-
mans? Why did humans strive for millennium to
achieve freedom?
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the Rays will do something.
College football starts this
weekend (today, Friday, is "wear
your school colors day"). Proba-
bly there'll be a lot of orange and
blue around, but not as much as
in other parts of Ocala. A lot of
people out here have moved
from somewhere else and
brought their loyalties with
them.
Pro football starts the follow-
ing week, but I've lost a lot of in-
terest. The Jaguars are terrible,
the Bucs aren't very good, and
the Dolphins are questionable.
I'd love to hear from some of
you as to what your favorite
shows are. I'd like to compare it
to my viewing habits. But re-
member, I'm not home in the
daytime to watch soaps, or
Oprah, or Regis, or The View.
Let me know.
Jim Clark is the editor of the
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cheaply? Give me freedom, or healthcare, educa-
tion, a house, a car, etc. No deal!
Scrubbing floors on my hands and knees is a
small price to pay to retain my freedom, or what-
ever it takes. How about the rest of you? What is
your freedom worth to you? Think about it before
you no longer have the luxury of thinking about it.
When freedom is gone, good luck trying to get it
back. Not in this lifetime. Throwing off the shack-
les of a controlling government is hard, impossible
to do.
Someone who realized the value of freedom,
Patrick Henry, once said: "Give me liberty, or give
me death."
Freedom is worth fighting for. We can still do it at
the ballot box, and even that seems to be too hard
for some of us. Patrick would be appalled.
Today, someone gave their life fighting for free-
dom. Food for thought.
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OPINION Friday, September 3, 2010 9


RIGHT DOWN THE CORRIDOR


Unemployment statistics should wake up everyone


Robert E.
Beckner


A s of this writing, it was
announced that for
he first time since last
year, Americans broke the
number 500,000 new applica-
tions for unemployment ben-
efits. That statement should
wake up everyone and pre-
pare you for the rest of the
bad news as to how taxes are
going up on Jan. 1, 2011. It
will be very bad if the De-
mocrats get their way and re-
fuse to extend the Bush-era
tax rate limits which expire
on that date. The current de-
bate is not even centered on
tax reductions, but merely
holding the line on taxes
now. If the Democrats allow
these tax rate limits to ex-
pire, the president will, with-
out a single vote in Congress,
usher in the largest tax in-
creases in the history of our
Republic, even higher than
those of Bill Clinton.
There may bemay be a liberal tax
revolt in the wind, as re-
ported in the Wall Street
Journal. Seems Democrats
Conrad, Bayh and Nelson
want the Bush tax rates ex-
tended, including taxes on
the wealthy or the top per-
sonal tax rate, the investment
taxes on capital gains and
dividends and the estate
taxes. As expected, there is a
strong push backed by the
president, Geithner and
Pelosi. However, with the De-
mocrats currently getting


mauled in the polls, they all
may decide that now in our
recession that it really isn't
such a good idea to raise
taxes on anyone, including
businesses which are holler-
ing for an across the board
corporate tax cut, including
cash expensing for invest-
ments. This is the single most
powerful job creator of all.
Despite all the claims by
the president and his cadre
of socialists, all claiming
"creating or saving" jobs
through their continuing so
called "stimulus plans" of
taxing revenues out of the
private sector does not cre-
ate private sector job growth.
It wouldn't do any good but
someone should tell them
there is no expressed au-
thority in our Constitution
for such redistribution of
wealth. Through the presi-
dent's "American Socializa-
tion and Redistribution Act,"
he clearly intends to borrow
more dollars, from China,
just about a trillion and then
redistribute it to his con-
stituents through govern-
ment controlled conduits.
This year's deficit created by
him is projected to be $1.401
trillion. This would hike fed-
eral spending per household,
from $24,000 per year before
the recession to a new figure
of $36,000 per household by
2020.
We find the "marriage
penalty" and "death tax"
both return and for more
than half of Americans who
have substantial savings and
investments, the capital
gains tax will rise from 15
percent to 20 percent and
dividends tax will rise from
15 percent to 39.6 percent.
The other tax brackets will
rise accordingly: 10 percent
to 15 percent, 25 percent to


28 percent and the 28 per-
cent to 31 percent, 33 percent
to 36 percent and then 35
percent to 39.6 percent. Rep-
resentative Paul Ryan (R-
Wis.) recently said that more
than 75 percent of people
who pay the highest tax rate
and small businesses who
file as individuals paying
their taxes on their business
profits, not corporations,
meaning the small business
owners that operate under
the Sub-Chapter "S" are the
ones hardest hit.
Let's rebut the president's
constant "blame-shifting"
when he talks about the
economy, for he can't discuss
it without saying he, "inher-
ited this mess" from the pre-
vious administration. Two
things happened on Bush's
watch, the Jihad 9-11 attack,
which wounded the econ-
omy, lowered tax revenues
and the cost of defending our
nation went through the roof.
This caused a cascading cri-
sis of confidence with central
government involving itself
on the housing markets
which nearly collapsed our
economy. However, the pres-
ident shows up, the public is
upset and the rest is current
history Conservatives be-
lieve at that point, if a trillion
dollars had been pumped
into the economy in the form
of tax and regulatory relief,
we would be much further
down the road to recovery
than we are now. Under the
current tax code a majority
of the electorate pays little or
no taxes and some even get
refunds as is happening
under the current "nanny"
social agenda. This will con-
tinue to repeat itself, if we
continue to elect socialists
who take care of the popula-
tion from the "womb to the


S TA N G


tomb." George Bernard Shaw
wrote, "A government which
robs Peter to pay Paul can al-
ways depend on the support
of Paul."
Congress and the adminis-
tration are desperate to tap
sources of tax revenue to
help pay for their very costly
social government programs.
We all know the more recent
ones, such as the Stimulus
Bill, Financial Regulatory
Reform Bill and of course,
the "ObamaCare" Bill, the
mother of them all for the
various possibilities to raise
taxes. The ones to watch
however, are the ones actu-
ally just being made up as
they go along in order to cre-
ate new tax possibilities, one
new "secret" bill is the "Gulf
Oil Spill Bill" by Harry Reid.
It's a sneak end run around
his old "cap and trade" bill
he knows won't get passed, so
this one is an energy tax bill,
some would call it a carbon
tax bill or even a "Green En-
ergy Tax bill." It just means
your "energy" use bill will
skyrocket! It's just another
government command and
control item where govern-
ment makes all the decisions.


We don't want to forget the
"Comprehensive Immigra-
tion Reform bill" or the 1.8
billion bailout bill coming up
for Freddie Mac that lost $6
billion in the second quarter
of April -June. Then the $30
billion "Bailout bill" they ex-
pect to pass to pay delin-
quent mortgage payments for
minorities so they won't lose
their homes. Also, the $307
million for the agenda 21
"Sustainable Community
Plan." The list is long but
space here isn't. The point is
every new bill comes with
great costs, a.k.a. taxation for
all of us.
A final word on the many
taxes you'll be hit with on
Jan. 1, 2011. They will come
in three waves, the first is the
personal income tax rates,
mentioned earlier, plus item-
ized deductions and per-
sonal exemptions will be
phased out. Then the second
wave will show over 20 new
or higher taxes in "Oba-
maCare," which includes the
"Medicine Cabinet Tax" and
the "Special Needs Kids
tax," "The (HSA) Health Sav-
ings Account withdrawal Tax
Hikes." Then the third wave,


The (AMT) "Alternative Min-
imum Tax" which will in-
crease taxes from 4 million
families this year to 28 mil-
lion families. The Employers
Tax hikes, and many new
taxes on all types of busi-
nesses. "Tax Benefits for Ed-
ucation and Teaching
reduced." Now your insur-
ance benefits from employ-
ers will be included as
"income" on your W-2s. Ifyou
sell a piece of property you
will pay a 3.8 percent federal
tax on the "gross" sales price,
regardless of profit or loss.
This goes on and on and may
I suggest you obtain a copy of
the Kiplinger Letters, this
tax article written by Joan
Pryde, the senior editor.
You'll find 13 tax changes
that could affect you!
This column alone should
convince you we need to "re-
tire" all the current office
holders on Nov 2, 2010!
Robert E. Beckner lives in
Majestic Oaks with his wife,
Sarah. He is a retired private
investigator and insurance
adjuster He has also been a
photographer and served
with the Military Police in
the Marine Corps.


The man from Monticello


Wendy E.
Bin nie


PEOPLE FIRST


At an assembled group
of scholars in the
White House, Presi-
dent John Fitzgerald
Kennedy once said, "I think
this is the most extraordi-
nary collection of talent, of
human knowledge, that has
ever been gathered at the
White House with the pos-
sible exception of when
Thomas Jefferson dined
alone."
In spite of right-wing
Christian attempts to rewrite
history to make Jefferson
into a devout Christian, little
about his philosophy resem-
bles that of today's Christian-
ity. Although Jefferson in the
Declaration of Independ-
ence wrote of the Laws of
Nature and of Nature's God,
there exists nothing in the
Declaration about Christian-
ity. He believed in a Creator,
his concept of it resembled
that of the god of deism (the
term "Nature's God" used by
deists of the time.) With his
scientific bent, Jefferson
sought to organize his
thoughts on religion. He re-
jected the superstitions and
mysticism of Christianity and
even went so far as to edit the
gospels, removing the mira-
cles and mysticism of Jesus
leaving only what he deemed
the correct moral philosophy
ofJesus.
Distortions of history
occur in the minds of many
Christians whenever they


see the word "God" em-
bossed in statue or memorial
concrete. For example, those
who visit the Jefferson Me-
morial in Washington will
read Jefferson's words en-
graved: "I have sworn upon
the altar of God eternal hos-
tility against every from of
tyranny over the mind of
man." When they see the
word "God" many Christians
see this as "proof" of his
Christianity without thinking
that "God" can have many
definitions ranging from na-
ture to supernatural. Yet how
many of them realize that
this passage was aimed at at-
tacking the tyranny of the
Christian clergy of Philadel-
phia, or that Jefferson's God
was not the personal god of
Christianity? Those memo-
rial words came from a letter
written to Benjamin Rush in
1800 in response to Rush's
warning about the Philadel-
phia clergy attacking Jeffer-
son (Jefferson was seen as an
infidel by his enemies during
his election for President.)
Jefferson aimed at laissez-
faire liberalism in the name
of individual freedom; He
felt that any form of govern-
ment control, not only of reli-
gion, but of individual
mercantilism consisted of
tyranny. He thought that our
civil rights have no depend-
ence on our religious opin-
ions, any more than our
opinions in physics or geom-
etry
If anything can clear of the
misconceptions of Jefferson-
ian history, it can come best
from the man himself. "Inno-
cent men, women and chil-
dren, since the introduction
of Christianity, have been
burnt, tortured, fined and im-
prisoned; yet we have not ad-
vanced one inch towards
uniformity. But it does me no
injury for my neighbor to say
there are twenty gods or no
God. It neither picks my
pocket nor breaks my leg.
"Question with boldness


even the existence of a god;
because if there be one he
must approve of the homage
of reason more than that of
blindfolded fear." Indeed,
some Texans favor replacing
the words of Jefferson with
those ofJohn Calvin seems
the third President annoyed
them by his insertion into the
Declaration of Independ-
ence 'building a wall of
separation of church and
state.'
Where the preamble de-
clares, that coercion is a de-
parture from the plan of the
holy author of our religion,
an amendment was proposed
by inserting 'Jesus Christ," so
that it would read '"A depar-
ture from the plan of Jesus
Christ, the holy author of our
religion;" the insertion was
rejected by the great major-
ity, in proof that they meant
to comprehend, within the
mantle of its protection, the
Jew and the Gentile, the
Christian and Mohammedan,
the Hindu and Infidel of
every denomination: Auto-
biography, in reference to the
Virginia Act for Religious
Freedom
They (the clergy) believe
that any portion of power
confided to me, will be ex-
erted in opposition to their
schemes. And they believe
rightly; for I have sworn upon
the altar of god, eternal hos-
tility against every form of
tyranny over the mind of
man. But this is all they have
to fear from me: and enough,
too, in their opinion. Believ-
ing with you that religion is a
matter which lies solely be-
tween man and his God, that
he owes account to none
other for his faith or his wor-
ship, that the legislative pow-
ers of government reach
actions only, and not opin-
ions, I contemplate with sov-
ereign reverence that act of
the whole American people
which declared that their

PLEASE SEE WENDY, PAGE 10


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10 Friday, September 3, 2010


WENDY
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 9
legislature should 'make no
law respecting an establish-
ment of religion, or prohibiting
the free exercise thereof,' thus
building a wall of separation
between church and State.
"The whole history of
these books (the Gospels) is
so defective and doubtful
that it seems vain to attempt
minute enquiry into it: and
such tricks have been played
with their text, and with the
texts of other books relating
to them, that we have a right,
from that cause, to entertain
much doubt what parts of
them are genuine. In the
New Testament there is in-
ternal evidence that parts of
it have proceeded from an
extraordinary man; and that
other parts are of the fabric


LETTERS
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 8
ball laying still." Man was
he wrong.
But back to Jim, he al-
ways had a smile and
would be helpful to anyone
who wanted to learn the
game of golf or just to shoot
the bull, as we say in the
Navy. He would say, "if you
want to do it, do it," so, I
had a few lessons from
him. I used to kid him that
he hit the ball the wrong
way, because he was left
handed. In his obituary it
was said his favorite play-
ing partner was his wife


of very inferior minds. It is as
easy to separate those parts,
as to pick out diamonds from
dunghills."
If we did a good act merely
from love of God and a belief
that it is pleasing to Him,
whence arises the morality of
the Atheist? Their virtue,
then, must have had some
other foundation than the
love of God. My opinion is
that there would never have
been an infidel, if there had
never been a priest. The arti-
ficial structures they have
built on the purest of all
moral systems, for the pur-
pose of deriving from it pence
and power, revolts those who
think for themselves, and
who read in that system only
what is really there.
It is between 50 and 60
years since I read it (the
Apocalypse,) and I then con-
sidered it merely the ravings

Dee. Man, they hit the nail
on the head. Many times,
when I was up at the
course, and would ask him
if he wanted to play a
round and he'd comment,
"no, I'm waiting for my
wife." He married Dee on
Jan. 29, 1973.
It seems that the good
guys are falling along the
wayside and Jim was cer-
tainly one of the good guys.
Strangely enough, the last
time I saw Jim was when
Jim and Dee were visiting
the same doctor as Arlene
and I were in April. Oh yes,
I've no doubt that Jack and
Jim have already played a
few rounds up there since


of a maniac, no more worthy
nor capable of explanation
than the incoherencies of our
own nightly dreams. Defining
Quote: In light of the present
financial crisis, it's interest-
ing to read what Thomas Jef-
ferson said in 1802:
Banking institutions are
more dangerous to our liber-
ties than standing armies. If
the American people ever
allow private banks to con-
trol the issue of their cur-
rency, first by inflation, then
by deflation, the banks and
corporations that will grow
up around the banks will de-
prive the people of all prop-
erty until their children
wake-up homeless on the
continent their fathers con-
quered.
As I was saying.
Wendy England Binnie a
novelist and op/ed columnist
lives in Oak Trace Villas.

Aug. 24. It was heartwarm-
ing to see so many of his
friends turn out for a me-
morial to Jim on Aug. 28 as
it showed how much he
was loved an respected.
I'm taking editorial lib-
erty here but I think you'll
understand. As you will re-
member I said there were
"The Three Putters." Well,
one of those Putters, who
would never play a round
of golf with me because he
was afraid I would beat
him is, John Trout. Of
course, he will have a dif-
ferent story. Jack, Jim and
John were the guys that
made Oak Run golfing fun.
It seemed that one of the


LE N D


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Stirrups and Strides is
looking for ordinary peo-
ple to do extraordinary
things to help improve the
lives of children and
adults with disabilities.
Volunteers are needed to
lead horses, sidewalk with
disabled riders, assist in
grooming and care of
horses, office work and
ground maintenance. Rid-
ing and carriage driving
sessions are planned for
Tuesday, Wednesday and
Saturday mornings and
Tuesday evenings also.
Volunteers need to be 14
or older, experience is not


three was there all the
time. Golf pros and teach-
ers came and went but
"The Three Putters" were
always there. I did have
the good fortune to see
John at Jim's memorial
and I don't know what's in
the bottles he drinks or
what he's eating but he
looked 20 years younger
but of course, still ornery
as ever.
Jim, you are gone but
will never be forgotten, as
good guys never can be.
Hit'em straight up there
you guys, and Jim, give
Jack our best.
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Bunco Club plays on Fridays


J an
L. Liberio


SPRUCE CREEK



It seems just like yester-
day that I took a vaca-
tion and took all of
August off. Where did it
go? I know it has been very
hot and looks like it won't
cool off until November
But Florida is not the only
place getting the heat. A
friend of mine went to Con-
necticut and she said it was
the hottest she has ever
seen. Let's hope we won't
have another exceptionally
cold winter.
Feature of the week
Spruce Creek North has
a Bunco club that play the
last Friday of every month.
Bunco is a dice game, four
people to a table. They
throw the dice and they
play graduating numbers
and play for points. High
pointers move to another


table until the one or ones
with the most points win.
The cost is $5 for the night.
The Bunco lady who is in
charge is Ruth Barker
Ruth Barker was born
Ruth Ruiter in Lansing,
Illinois. She had five sis-
ters and three brothers.
Ruth went to Lansing
Christian Elementary
School and graduated from
Chicago Christian High
School in 1947.
She did office and retail
work and worked at Cush-
man Fruit Company She
met and married Chuck
Barker on May 23, 1952.
They had three sons,
Wayne, Steven, and Paul
and eventually there were
seven grandchildren and
two great-grandchildren.
Steven resides in Georgia
and Wayne and Paul reside
in south Florida. Ruth and
her hubby lived in Munster,
Indiana, for 10 years. They
moved to Lake Worth and
remained there for 25
years. They finally ended
up in Spruce Creek North
in 2004.
Ruth says she has a won-
derful helper with the
Bunco and that lady is Car-
ole Meyers.
Bunco will start up the
last Friday of this month
which is the 24th at 7 p.m.
Residents and non-resi-
dents are always welcome.


Call Carole Meyers at 352-
873-0306 or Ruth Barker at
352-854-7083 for more in-
formation.
Labor Day potluck
The Social committee is
having a Labor Day
potluck on Monday, Sept. 6
at 12:30 p.m. Cook up your
favorite recipe and bring it
to share. Iced tea and soda
will be served. There will
be a 50/50 drawing. Please
bring your own silverware.
That's this Monday All are
welcome!
New club at SCN
A new club has been
formed Scrabble. They
play every Friday after-
noon at the Clubhouse at 3
p.m. Call Laura at 352-237-
0770. This is a brand new
club and they are anxious
to get more players. Resi-
dents from other commu-
nities are welcome.
Ping Pong
Ping Pong players are
needed. Call Ben Medolla
at 352-873-2919 for more in-
formation. You do not have
to be a resident to come
and play They are a great
bunch of guys.
Pancake People return
That's right! SCN Pan-
cake People will be return-
ing to cook up their famous
breakfasts. They will re-
turn Saturday, Sept. 25,8 to
9:30 a.m. More information


in my next column.
Bowling League resumes
SCN bowling league will
start Sept. 10 at 9 a.m. at
the Galaxy West Bowl in
Ocala. Cost is $9 every
week. Everyone is wel-
come to play but please
call Joan Laliberty at 352-
854-8785 or Art Levredge at
352-854-1700 for all the in-
formation.
Water exercisers
Water exercise classes
have gone on all summer
and will continue until it
gets too cool. Mon-Wed-
Thurs-Sat at 9 a.m. Bring
your towels, bathing suits
are optional. Whoops! Did
I say that backwards? Oh
well, you know what I
mean.
Line dancing
I met up with Joan Lalib-
erty and asked her if there
will be line dancing this
fall and she said she really
thought there would be. So
far all that are interested
please call Joan. I will have
more info on this at a later
time.
Library
Have you stopped in the
SCN library lately? Thanks
to Joan Walsh, the book
shelves are full and all so
neat!
Euchre winners
The first place Euchre
winners in June and July
were Billy Swing, Sue


Warner, Sam LoBianco,
Jim Powel, Judy
Kurlakowsky, and Ed Ja-
cobs.
A complete list of all the
other winners is in the
SCN newsletter Euchre is
played on Mondays at 6:30
p.m. at the Clubhouse. Call
the Warners at 352-861-
4547.
Thanks to all the readers
who are so complimentary
with their e-mails and


calls. It is very much ap-
preciated. Thanks again.
Jan resides in SCN with
her hubby, Jim. She can be
contacted by e-mail at Jn-
Liber@aol.com or drop a
message at the Clubhouse
in the mail slot.
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Spruce Creek North with
her hubby, Jim. Please
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Interesting stories about upcoming Labor Day holiday


Dick
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M onday is Labor
Day, a holiday that
America has cele-
brated on the first Monday
in September since 1882.
The original idea was to
have a street parade
demonstrating the strength
of trade and labor organi-
zations. Now many con-
sider the holiday to be the
end of summer while oth-
ers just welcome a day off
work.
Anticipating the coming


holiday, some locals held a
parade on Pun Alley to
leave some interesting sto-
ries.
The worker
The Wage and Hours
Government Department
claimed Mickey was not
paying proper wages to his
help and sent an agent out
to interview him.
"How much do you pay
your employees," de-
manded the agent.
Mickey replied, "There's
my ranch hand who I pay
$900 a week plus free room
and board. I pay the cook
$700 a week plus free room
and board. Then there's
the half-wit who works
about 18 hours every day
doing almost all the work.
He makes about $10 per
week and pays his own
room and board."
"The half-wit is the guy I
want to talk to," said the
agent.
"That would be me,"
replied old rancher
Mickey


Unique chips
A potato chip factory de-
cided to create a novel
form of chips by frying
them in goose grease. Un-
fortunately, one day a few
goose feathers accidentally
fell into the frying vat.
However, a veteran inspec-
tor discovered the batch
before it reached the pub-
lic. When told of the
mishap and the outcome,
his boss remarked, "He's a
good man to have around
when the chips are down."
Laboring
If all the cars in the
United States were placed
end to end, it would proba-
bly be Labor Day weekend.
He's a gunner in a can-
ning factory He shells
peas.
You really are getting old
when your work is less fun
and your fun is more work.
I do most of my work sit-
ting down. That's where I
shine.
"It's not just the work I
enjoy," confided the cab
driver, "it's the people I


run into."
Every time I have to give
one of those motivational
speeches, I get a stom-
achache. I hope I don't
have a pep-talk ulcer.
When a houseboat grows
up it becomes a township.
There was a guy who met
his wife at a single's bar. It
was quite a scene; he
thought she was home with
the kids.
I had a job as a historian
until I realized there was
no future in it.
Nowadays, government
employees are people who
aren't ashamed of their
convictions.
My last job was working
at Starbucks, but I had to
quit because it was always
the same old grind.
"I spent four years in col-
lege taking medicine."
'"Are you well now?"
Editorial decisions
Webster's dictionary ed-
itors met to decide how to
abridge the new edition.
"We are listing too many
old words that no one uses


any more, they've gotta go,"
Said the chief editor. "It's
time we faced the fact that
we can't have archaic and
edit too."
Clean sweep
A young man reported
for his first day of work at a
supermarket. The manager
greeted him with a warm
handshake and gave him a
broom and said, "Your first
job will be to sweep the
store."
"But, I'm a FSU gradu-
ate," the young man
replied indignantly, "I even
played football there!"
"Oh, I'm sorry I didn't
know that," said the man-
ager. "Here, give me the
broom, I better show you
how."
The end
"So your husband has got
a job at last," said a neigh-
bor of Mrs. Smith.
"Yes, he has," replied
Mrs. Smith. "It is hard
work and he says it is
killing him. But thank
goodness, it's permanent."


Timely
"I hear the men are strik-
ing."
"What for?"
"Shorter hours."
"Good luck to them. I al-
ways did think sixty min-
utes was too long for an
hour"
Please pass the peas
Botanist Roy Noble had
always dreamt of ending
world hunger. After years
of research, his hard work
paid off. He developed a
strain of peas that would
grow virtually anywhere
and was more nutritious
than soybeans. There were
awards and parades, and
naturally the new strain of
peas was named after him.
After enjoying the fame,
Roy established a fund to
award a monetary prize
each year to botanists and
horticulturists who were
making significant contri-
butions to their fields.
Thus was born the famous
Noble Peas Prize.
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Reading volunteers needed for school activity


Ji Carol Ann
Wheeler


OAK


The Oak Run Reading
Volunteers are
preparing to read at
Sunrise Elementary, Hori-
zon Academy and the new
Marion Oaks Elementary
six times a year at each
school. We need volunteers
to read starting with the
all-county read-in on
Thursday, Sept. 23. This is
the only time we will need
all readers for the same
day On this date we need
60 readers! Dates have not
yet been set for the re-
mainder of the school year.
Call Joan Beers, 352-854-
7177, to sign up for a re-
warding experience. You
will give one hour per
month and get back much
more! The children need
you. Please call.
Do You Remember?
Tune in channel 12 for
Len Teitler's presentation
of the New York Club's
September 2009 Tailgate
Party, narrated by Anna
Boodee. The program will
air daily following "FYI" at
9 a.m. and 7 p.m. from Sept.
3 to Sept. 10.
Upper Midwest Club
The club wants to en-
courage members to wear
their favorite college or
pro colors or game jerseys
to the Tail Gate Party on
Sept. 8. If you can bring a
team banner, we will help
hang them on the walls for
the night to add to the fun.
As promised last week
here is additional informa-
tion about the November
holiday dinner dance, tick-
ets for which will be on
sale Sept. 11 and 25 in the
Orchid Club lobby from 9 to
11 a.m. It will be a catered,
sit down dinner followed
by a 17-piece band (The
Southern Express) for your
dancing entertainment. So
gentlemen dust off that
jacket or coat and look for
a tie so you can ask your
dancing partner for a night
out of good food and danc-
ing.
Oct. 21 is the Upper Mid-
west Club's first golf event
and cook-out. It will be a 9-
hole, shotgun start, best
ball tournament at Royal
Oaks Golf Club. Tee off at
2:30 p.m. with a cookout to
follow. Dave and Don are
still looking for people to
attend.
It is back to the Hudson
Show Palace for "Christ-
mas Show" on Dec. 4 and
Jessica will be taking your
reservation at the Tail Gate
Party So see you all at the
Tail Gate Party and wel-
come back.
Anglers' Club
Thursday Sept. 9, the
Oak Run Anglers' Club will
meet in the Island Club at
7 p.m. All Oak Run fisher-
men (and women) are in-
vited to attend the meeting.
The club organizes fishing


trips, hosts socials and has
invited speakers that keep
the angler up to date with
the very latest in Fish and
Wildlife regulations and
where the best fishing
spots are. Annual dues are
$5 and include your
spouse.
At the monthly meetings,
donuts and coffee are
available as well as 50/50
drawings. Anglers share
their latest "fish tales" and
photos of their catch. For
more information, contact
the president, Tom Rip-
pon.
Upstate New York Club
Members will be wel-
comed back to the club's
first fall event on Monday,
Sept. 27, at 6 p.m. at Palm
Grove with one of our fa-
vorite socials. The Buffalo
group will host their popu-
lar "Beef on 'Weck" dinner.
The event will be catered
by Royal Oaks with a menu
consisting of roast beef on
a kimmelweck roll, cole
slaw, potato salad, dessert,
tea and coffee. BYOB and
soda. We will round out the
evening with entertain-
ment, door prizes and
50/50. The price is $11 per
person for members and
$12 for guests. Checks only
please, made payable to
Upstate New York Club.
Please note the $7 per per-
son listed in the Oak Run
newsletter, September
issue, is in error. Ticket
sales will be at the Orchid
Club on Saturday, Sept. 11,
from 8 to 10 a.m. and Sat-
urday, Sept. 18, from 9 to 11
a.m. If you miss these sales
dates or have questions,
call Laurie at 352-861-0296
or Helen at 352-873-0236.
Looking ahead to Octo-
ber we have planned an
outing to attend the Orange
Blossom Opry for the
Super Jam on Thursday,
Oct. 14, at 7 p.m. Reserved
seats are $7 per person.
Bring your check made out
to Upstate New York Club


to the Sept. 11 or Sept. 18
ticket sales. Transporta-
tion will be on your own.
Contact Donna Anderson
at 352-854-3447 after Labor
Day or Sandy at 352-873-
9112 if you have questions.
You can also go on line for
Orange Blossom Opry in-
formation at wwwobo-
prycom.
Showcase of Stars
Showcase of Stars will
present very talented Oak
Run residents for your en-
tertainment pleasure on
Saturday, Sept. 11, at Palm
Grove at 7 p.m. Admission
is free and there will be
door prizes and 50/50. For
more information call
Donna Bolton at 352-624-
9320 Those who have at-
tended previous
performances know how
very enjoyable Showcase
of Stars is. For those of you
who have never attended,
you really should as you
have been missing a truly
entertaining evening.
Table Sales for White
Elephant Sale
The Ambassadors are
sponsoring a White Ele-
phant Sale on Saturday,
Oct. 2, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
at Palm Grove. Carol For-
gette, Special Events Coor-
dinator, will be selling
table space on 45 tables on
Monday, Sept. 13, from 8 to
10 a.m. in the card room.
Price for a whole table is
$5 and for a half table,
$2.50. Make your check
payable to ORHA. No cash
please.
New England Club
The New England Club
of Oak Run will hold its
meeting at the Orchid Club
on Sept.16, at 6 p.m. The
annual nominations of offi-
cers for the year 2011 will
be accepted at this time. If
you wish to volunteer, or
know someone that would
enjoy being a member of
the team, please volunteer
at this time. We will be hav-
ing a pot-luck dinner. Al-


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mal sign-up for this meet-
ing please call Bernice at
352-291-1951 before Sept.
12, between 10 a.m. and 9
p.m. Bernice will need to
know how many people
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what kind of dish you will
be bringing (enough to
serve 6-8 people). You are
asked to bring your own
place setting (plate, silver-
ware, napkin, glass and
place mat). Coffee will be
served. Entertainment will
be "fun and games," i.e.
Horse Racing, so bring
money if you wish to bet on
the horses, and of course
for the 50/50 drawing. As
usual, B.YO.B. Any ques-
tions call Cecilia at 352-
854-5836. This should be a
fun meeting so mark your
calendar for Sept. 16. New
members are always wel-
come and appreciated.
Bocce
The 2010/2011 bocce sea-
son begins on Monday,
Sept. 13, with the following
weekly schedule:
Day Time Captain
Monday -10 a.m. Bill
Lucia
Monday 6:30 p.m. -
Ralph Gragg
Tuesday 9 a.m. -
Mary Frisosky
Tuesday 10:30 a.m. -
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Tuesday 6:30 p.m. -
Henry Romito
Wednesday 9 a.m. -
Charlie Imperial
Wednesday -10:30 a.m.
- Harry Messina
Thursday 10 a.m. -
John Kish
Thursday 6:30 p.m. -
Joan Solitto
Friday 9 a.m. Theo
Van Kesteran
Dues are again $5 per
player and $3 per social


member, payable to Bocce
Club and given to the team
captains. We have open-
ings for all days and teams
and would like to encour-
age all Oak Runners to con-
sider joining the club. It
truly is a fun game for
everyone.
Photography Club
The first meeting of the
new season will be Sept. 13
at 7 p.m. in the Orchid
Club. The club is a good op-
portunity for beginners
and more advanced Oak
Run photography enthusi-
asts to have fun learning
about new happenings in
the world of photography
and how to improve your
photos.
Star Banner photogra-
pher, Doug Engle, will talk
on "Animal Photography"
This subject will be of keen
interest because our first
field trip is Wednesday,
Sept. 15 to Lowry Park Zoo,
Tampa, carpooling from Is-
land Club parking lot at 8
a.m. Cost for seniors is
$18.95. Photo theme as-
signment is "Fill-the-
Frame with a Funny Face."
Plans are already afoot
for the Christmas luncheon
on Dec. 11 at The Water-
front Inn at Lake Sumter
Landing in The Villages.
Tickets will go on sale at
September's meeting.
Further details are
posted on the club's website
at www.orphotoclub.com,
or call Jim at 352-732-4121.
Renaissance Women
We are a group of women
who are interested in mak-
ing friends, dining out,
movies, charity work, etc.
Our charity for the upcom-
ing holiday season is Inter-
faith. We will be collecting
cash donations and will
present Interfaith with a


check prior to Thanksgiv-
ing. They in turn will sup-
ply the soup kitchens of
Brother's Keepers, Salva-
tion Army and Interfaith to
feed the needy Last year
when we presented our
check and they thanked us
and told us how the money
would be used many of our
ladies had tissues in hand
to dry their eyes. It is such
a good feeling to know food
would be offered to many
during this joyous season.
Please help us meet our
goal. Call Valerie at 352-
873-1633. Our next meeting
is Sunday, Sept. 26, at Palm
Grove at 2 p.m.
The group is now again
collecting coupons for the
military base in Italy and
rags, towel, etc. for the Hu-
mane Society Nancy will
be back in mid-September
and you can call her a 352-
237-6475. If you have any
question before then, call
Valerie at 352-873-1633.
We will be going to
Ipanema on Sept. 24 with
the reservation for 11:30
a.m. Call Pat at 352-854-
7549.
Irish-American Club
"It's beginning to look a
lot like....." Well, let's just
say it's beginning to look
like it's time to mark your
holiday calendar for Irish-
American Club's holiday
bash! This special holiday
party will take place on
Nov 11 at Palm Grove from
5:30 to 9:30 p.m. The meal,
which will be catered by
Royal Oaks and served buf-
fet style, will consist of
chicken Kiev, rice, green
beans amandine, tossed
salad, rolls and butter, and
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expensive show. If you are
seriously interested please
call Pat Hood who will ac-
cept calls 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
ASAP to get the cost as we
are not permitted to have it
printed in this paper. We will
need a deposit from you by
Oct. 1 and balance by Nov. 19.
J une Let an Angel Help You Care
Roberta for Your Loved One
In a perfect world, you
would be able to take care of
your aging parent or loved
one in your home or theirs,
relying only on family to help
you. But the reality is that
es should be caring for an aging or ill loved
e we go when one is a full-time job that can
to reduce the take a toll on the caregiver.
ives. Instead Add to that the demands of
t to overflow- family, working, as well as
t home one of other responsibilities, and
hress. chances are you'll need a lit-
e grateful for tle assistance along the way.
The opposite That's where the angels
e. We're never come in. Visiting Angels is a
lways looking national network of fran-
ways looking chisednon-medical senior
in majority tous homecare agencies provid-
uld question ing senior homecare to help
ask ourselves elderly and older adults con-
aneedsk tinue to live in their homes.

me and over- These caring, experienced
means more home caregivers provide up
means more to 24-hour care in the com-
lps to make fort of your own home.
ful place in- You can be confident that
calmness and your caregiver is qualified
reduce our and has excellent references.
es. The time "Character counts," says
d can be used John Spang, of Visiting An-
gs or relaxing gels in Circle Square Com-
ss-free home. mons at On Top of the World.
bppers "We hire only experienced
*rs has added caregivers who pass a rigor-
he summer ous screening process." The
Tuesday, Oct. company also emphasizes
to the Prime the intangible traits of the
Orlando. Jo caregiver, such as a caring
cept reserva- personality.
inning Sept. 6 The staff at Visiting Angels
i. and 5 p.m. works with each family to de-
are only for velop an individualized pro-
s. gram to manage the daily
rs is consider- needs of the client. They then
mpa Bay Per- match those needs to the best
Center on possible caregiver; care-
9 to see the givers are then introduced to
ie play won 4 the family, who has the final
he documen- say in the selection process.
cal is based on "We want our clients to
'our Seasons. look forward to a visit by
know now if their caregiver," says John.
gh people in- "That's why the client is in
ceed with or- complete control from start
because it is an to finish." After the caregiver


has been placed in your
home, the company contin-
ues its personalized contact
through telephone check-in
and home visits to make sure
you and your caregiver are a
good match.
In addition to offering joy-
ful companionship, Visiting
Angels will also do light
housekeeping, run errands,
prepare meals, provide per-
sonal care (hygiene assis-
tance) or do shopping-other
ways they can provide a
respite for families dealing
with the care of a loved one.
Call John, Michelle, Jane or
Cam at 352-620-8484; stop by
our office in Suite 14, Circle
Square Commons, or visit our
website at www.visitingan-
gels.com or www.ocalahome-
care.com for more
information.
Master the Possibilities
Due to the Labor Day holi-
day, next week will be a
shorter one for our Master
the Possibilities program.
However, there are some
great opportunities for you to
learn, grow and have fun!
There's an intermediate
computer class for those of
you who wish to update your
skills. How about a field trip
and presentation at a Paso
Fino ranch? You can join
Maestro Matt Wardell for his
monthly "Conductor's Cor-
ner" on Friday, Sept. 10.
Even though there are only
a few offerings next week,
they are good ones. All they
need is YOU. To register and
find out about upcoming
events go to masterthepossi-
bilities.com. You can register
online there or by phone at
352-854-3699. I hope to see
you in class!
To Save a Life Donate
It is summer and more
blood donors are need as the
need for blood increases.
LifeSouth's Blood Mobile
will be at the parking lot of
the H&R building Monday,
Sept. 6 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Only OTOW residents should
show up.
Donors will receive a
recognition gift and a choles-
terol screening. At the end of
the day, we will have a spe-
cial drawing courtesy your


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Return of The King:
A Tribute to Elvis
Tickets starting at $15


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Call today to schedule...
Our new office is going in just West of the
new Lowe's on SW Highway 200...

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Accepting Dental Insurance 12 Month Interest Free Financing
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Call (352) 401-0707 to schedule your appointment

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Purchase tickets online*or
at the ticket office.
Shows begin at 7 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m.
(unless noted otherwise)
8395 SW 80th Street Ocala, FL 34481 (352) 854-3670
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Entertainment Group. Two
tickets to the October show
"Tribute to John Denver".
If there is any question
whether you can donate
blood, please visit the bus
and ask or you can also call
352-622-3544 or e-mail at
www.lifesouth.org.
Bob Woods's trips
Bob Woods informed me
again that he still has some
seats remaining for the
Smoky Mountains Show Trip
departing Nov 14-20. He will
have to close out this trip
within two weeks. If you
would like to go, please call
Bob at 854-0702.
Bob also said he has seats
available for his Key West
trip departing Jan. 16-21,
2011. This is a great trip to
the Conch Republic with
many extra sights to see.
There will be three nights in
Key West.
Bob told me of the prob-
lems of folks saying there is
plenty of time to book. I was
informed that Bob has to sell
out his trips at least two
months in advance. So, if you
would like to go, call Bob at
352-854-0702 or check his
website www.bobwoodson-
theroadagain.com for addi-
tional info. Arrangements
can be made for non-resi-
dents wishing to travel with
On the Road Again.
And this too shall pass..'.'
June Roberta is retired
and lives in OTOW She en-
joyed a diverse career, in-
cluding being a legal
secretary to a theatrical at-
torney on Madison Avenue.
Call her at 237-9208, or e-mail
OTOW news to her at
jroberta@cfl.rrcom. Dead-
line is a week prior to Fri-
day's publication.



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skillet (olive oil preferred).
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cup of water. Bake at 325
degrees for one hour. Op-
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tinue baking until vegeta-
bles are tender. Enjoy
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the doin's or our way:
Friday, Sept. 3, Aristo-
crats monthly planning
the road a meeting, 1:30 p.m., in the
ust about multi-purpose room for
in our Halloween and December
Preserve is events. Info, Heather Gar-
and prepar- ner.
munity yard Saturday, Sept. 4, Movie
day, Oct. 16, night for Preservists in the
noon. Every- ballroom. Doors open 6:30
e. p.m., movie begins 7 p.m.
ed on State Info, Kip.
three miles Monday, Sept. 6, Wood
countyy Road carving classes will resume
I at the gate- at 6:30 p.m. Info, Jack Corn-
ce will wel- wall.
his is your Tuesday, Sept. 7, Prop-
some early erty Committee meeting in
lopping for multi-purpose room at 7
and friends. p.m. Agenda is posted. All
wd. residents welcome.
es' kitchen: Wednesday, Sept. 8, Mid-
den west Club dining out at
id steak ap- Olive Garden. Meet at
inch thick. Olive Garden at 4 p.m.
pped. RSVP to Margaret or Flo
n. by Monday, Sept. 6.
)per to taste. Modification Committee
between two meeting held once a month
paper, un-
son. Cut into PLEASE SEE PRESERVE, PAGE 24

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Firefighters boot drive
Marion County Fire Rescue conducted its annual boot drive last weekend, raising money for MDA. Station 21
members were at 60th Avenue and State Road 200 Saturday morning.Vincent Giammanco gets a donation from
someone in an SUV,while Thomas Harris and James Hampshire collected from a little further away. Station 21
raised the most money in the county with $5,106.70.


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Better Health

Starts Here


For the diabetic foot, properly fitted shoes are
critical. Through proper foot care
A and well-fitted shoes and inserts,
people with diabetes find that
improved foot health means
less risk for complications
that can lead to amputation.
Visit any of our Foot
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luau
It was a little taste of
Hawaii in Southwest Mar-
ion County last Friday as
Quiet Oaks assisted living
threw a luau for its resi-
dents. Those attending
were treated to entertain-
ment by the Shannons,
Eddie and Betty, and got
to see the staff in "grass
skirts," including server
Josh Luna.





PHOTOS BY JIM CLARK



YOUR DENTAL
HEALTH








byM. EHampton, D..S

SHARED
CONCERNS
Parents may want to take
note of the fact that they can
pass along cavity-causing
bacteria to their babies. This
information is provided in the
interest of raising awareness,
not causing alarm. What many
people do not know is that
Streptococcus mutans is a
bacterium that can be
transferred by saliva when
utensils are shared and even
when parents kiss their babies.
It's important to note that only
parents and caregivers with
active tooth decay can spread
Streptococcus mutans bacteria
when saliva is transferred.
Beyond that, tooth decay
develops as a result of a
combination of factors,
including genetics, oral
hygiene, and exposure to
sugary liquids. Good oral
health on the part of parents
helps minimize the bacteria-
transfer factor.
Streptococcus mutans is one
of the leading causes of dental
caries (tooth decay). At the
office of MARK E.
HAMPTON, D.D.S., we use
technology to help you
understand all your dental
options, so you can make
informed choices about your
own needs. We stress the
importance of preventative
dental care for the entire
family. When was the last time
you had your teeth checked by
a professional? Call us now at
352-489-5071 and schedule an
appointment. We will do what
is best for you and we will not
compromise. We're located at
11902 Illinois Street. We're
"Dedicated to Excellent
Dentistry."
P.S. Babies are particularly
vulnerable to tooth decay
during the time of tooth
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Labor Day picnic will be on Sept. 6


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with a da
fun events and
It all takes place
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salad and a Klo
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bring your favorite karaoke
disks.
John and Angie Kreko-
rian will be preparing our
delicious luncheon, and
they hope to see you there.
Library News
Submitted by Karin
Fahey
Carol On the 9th of August, I
Beaver lost my partner in the li-
brary Pat Kogan, who I do
believe many of you know
and shall miss as much as I
do, was one of the first to
work our library here in
Palm Cay and help make it
will cele- possible.
,abor Day Susan Starke has so gra-
y filled with ciously stepped forward to
great food. help me continue the work
e on Sept. 6, that Pat started back when
u will enjoy Palm Cay was a new com-
usage subs, munity in this area. The
peppers and two of us will continue to
with potato do our best to make the li-
indike bar. brary a fun place to visit.
socializing We are starting to get a
rhbors. You very nice collection of
great swim- large print books which we
)alm Cay or have placed by themselves
for games, with blue dots on them.
ncing. Tom There are two book cases
pinning the back to back in the center
here will be where you can find non-fic-
a 50/50. For tion books as well as
ve to sing, coupon books and the


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The library could not
function without you the
members of our commu-
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books for us to enjoy
Susan and I hope to con-
tinue the work that Pat
started and ask that if
there is anything we can do
to help make our library
better, please it us know.
Come down and continue
to enjoy the library
Palm Cay Bocce
Submitted by Russ Hoyt
The Palm Cay Bocce
League kicks off the 2010-
11 season on Wednesday,
Sept. 15 at 9 a.m. A meeting
will be held on Wednesday,
Sept. 8 at 10 a.m. in the
Oasis to go over the rules
and regulations and to
draw for teams.
We request that those
planning to participate,
pay their dues at that time:
$30 for regular players and
$2 for subs. The $30 gets
you a lunch at mid-season
as well as a dinner and
prizes at the end of the sea-
son.
We would like to get back
to eight teams this year, but
we need a few more people


to sign up. The sign-up
sheet is on the bulletin
board at the Oasis.
It's a fun game. Give it a
try You might like it! If you
need any additional infor-
mation, give me a call
(phone number in Palm
Cay Telephone directory).
The Palm Cay Sun
The Palm Cay Sun is our
monthly community news-
paper, a publication spon-
sored by the PCHA Board
of Directors as a service to
the community. For many
years, Wendell Belieu, as
Editor in Chief, and his
wife, Margaret, have been
the driving force in making
sure our paper has been an
important and influential
part in our community
Wendell's passing last June
was a great loss to our com-
munity But Palm Cay is a
community of great people,
and many stood up to make
sure that our paper contin-
ues.
Jean Selent is the new
editor with Louise
McAleese and Ann Weeks
as Administrative Assis-
tants. Lois Barber and
Richard Tang have taken
over the procuring of the


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Yvonne Stoianowski and
Gera Judge are taking the
pictures. Distribution
chairman is Dottie Gar-
diner, and our Block repre-
sentatives continue to
deliver the papers
through-out our commu-
nity Different columnists
submit articles to the
paper on a monthly basis.
Jean told me that it has
taken 15 people to replace
the wonderful job that
Wendell and Margaret did
on the paper for so many
years.
Jean requests that com-
munity members continue
to give her ideas and sub-
mit articles for publication.
If you have news about
your club or organization,
please submit it by the 15th
of the month.
Palm Tees Ladies Golf
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Submitted by Joyce
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Palm Cay has an active
senior ladies golf league.
We have been playing for
over 18 years at the Oak
Run Executive Course.
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land for an assisted living
complex. So we are now
playing at Stone Creek.
We have members from
Palm Cay, Oak Run, Pine
Run, Spruce Creek Pre-
serve and Marion Landing.
We will start our new year
on Thursday, Sept. 16 at
9:15 a.m. at Stone Creek.
We will alternate play
every week between the
front nine and back nine.
After golf, most of us stay
for lunch at their wonder-
ful grill. If you enjoy golf
and would like to join us,
please call for more infor-
mation.
Line Dancers
The Palm Cay Line
Dancers will start up again
for a new season with an
information and organiza-
tional meeting on Tuesday,
Sept. 7 at 10 a.m. Line
dancing offers a hour of
fun exercise. If interested,
please attend.
Upcoming Craft Show
Put Oct. 2 on your calen-
dar. The "craft-y" ladies of
Palm Cay are busy produc-
ing homemade gifts and ar-
ticles. There will be a very
special vintage quilt for
raffle which has been
made by the Quilting
group. Luncheon will be
available. If you want to get
a heads-up on your Christ-
mas shopping, you will
want to attend this annual
event.
Carol Beaver lives with
her husband, Jim, in Palm
Cay. Submit news items or
announcements to the li-
brary or e-mail her at cg-
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wedding anniversary on
Sept. 9,2010. The couple
were married in
Elkhart, Indiana, on
Sept. 9, 1945. They
moved from Michigan
and retired here in
Florida in 1985. Larry
and Martha have two
children, four grandchil-
dren and six great-
grandchildren
Lawrence is a veteran
of World War 11 and
served two years, eight
months in the U.S. Navy
He then served 18
months in the U.S. Navy
during the Korean War.
They are living in retire-
ment at On Top of the
World here in Ocala.

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September 17 2:00pm
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Can I get an 'Amen' for that?


Rev.
James L.
Snyder


OUT To


I must admit that I am
not always right. Of
course, I did not under-
stand these dynamics until
after entering the world of
marital bliss. Although I
may not always be right,
I'm willing to "fess up" to it
when somebody graciously
points this out to me.
Fortunately, for me, the
Gracious Mistress of the
Parsonage has made this
the supreme priority of her
life. Moreover, I must say, I
am all the better for it. I, on
the other hand, have made
fessingg up," the supreme
priority of my life. This has
made for a wonderful
team.
Most people do not know
when they are wrong. No-
body tells them about it so
they just go their way in the
wrong direction doing the
wrong thing.
I take comfort in the un-
expressed fact that I may
not always be right, but
then, on the other hand, I
am not always wrong ei-
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stand how this affected me
personally until an inci-
dent happened this past
week. It's funny how one
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sharp perspective.
We were going out for a
special occasion and just
as we were ready to leave
my wife turned to me and
said, "You're not going to
wear that tie with that
jacket, are you?"
I take pride in the fact
that I can match a tie to a
suit or sport jacket. I've
been doing this all my life
and at the time, I was not in
the mood of having some-
body adjust my apparel.
"There is nothing wrong
with this tie," I said rather
smartly When I am right, I
am right and I don't care
who knows it.
"All I will say," she said
rather stiffly, "is that you
will regret wearing that
tie."
There is nothing more
sporting, at least in a hus-
band's frame of mind, than
a good challenge. And, if I
say so myself, I was up for
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be.
I had just bought this tie
a few weeks before and I
was anxious to show it off
to my friends that we were
going to meet. And, being
the sporting husband that I
am, I said as much to her.
"This is my favorite tie and
I'm going to wear it tonight
no matter what you say"
Can I get all the brothers
to give me a loud, "Amen,"
for that. We in the brother-
hood need to stick together
and there is no thicker
brotherhood than hus-
bands.
She gave me one of her
looks and then said, "Do
what you want to do, but
I'm just warning you."
I might mention that my
tie was a nice bright golden
tie with decorative silver
stars and moons sprinkled
on it. The first time I saw it
in the men's clothing store
I fell in love with it. Not
often do I go gaga over a
piece of attire but this one


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rather caught my fancy
When we got at the
restaurant all of my friends
admired my new tie.
"That's a terrific tie,"
someone said.
"Where did you get a tie
like that?" Another person
chimed in.
I will not say I took ad-
vantage of the situation; I
did but if I have to say it,
you do not know me very
well. Occasionally I
glanced toward my wife
and raised my eyebrows
three times, which is a sign
of arrogance on my part. I
have earned this moment
and so I was going to cash
it in for all it was worth.
But what I did not figure
on was the fact that we
were at a restaurant serv-
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spaghetti. I love spaghetti,
and so I was planning to
have a wonderful evening.
All my friends were ad-
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spaghetti I could eat. Plus,
and this was the real plus, I
had one over on my wife.
Husbands do not get to this
place in life very often and
so when it comes, exploit
it. And I did.
Then it happened. I will
not say whose fault it was,
although I have some very
deep suspicious ideas. My
wife was sitting to my left
and somebody on my right
asked if we would pass the
spaghetti. I was so busy
gloating that I did not real-
ize what was developing.
"Here," my wife said,
"pass this on."
Whether she let go be-
fore I grabbed it, or, my left
hand went numb, I will
never know. I am not one to
pass judgment. However,
accidents do happen.
The bowl of spaghetti
sauce slipped out of my
hand and attached itself
most ferociously to my
prized tie. All around the
table there was a gasp.


Then silence. Then out of
nowhere came a very dis-
tinct snicker. I have heard
this snicker many times be-
fore and did not have to
turn to see who the proud
owner of that snicker was.
In fact, all the way home
I heard low-volume edi-
tions of that snicker.
Being the man of the
house, I drove all the way
home in silence but I was
thinking of a verse of Scrip-
ture in the book of
Proverbs. Proverbs 16:18
says: "Pride goeth before
destruction, and an
haughty spirit before a
fall."
Can I get an "'Amen" for
that?
The Rev James L. Sny-
der, pastor of the Family of
God Fellowship, 1471 Pine
Road, Ocala, can be
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or e-mail jamessny-
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RELIGION


RELIGION


Countryside Presbyterian
On Saturday, Sept. 25 at
10:15 a.m., Countryside Pres-
byterian Church provides
Christian Ministry to resi-
dents of TimberRidge Nurs-
ing and Rehabilitation
Center, 9848 S.W 110th St.,
Ocala. For information,
please call the church at 352-
237-4633.
The Lucy Show Bible
School, a four-week study,
will be held at the church on
the following dates:
Sunday, Sept. 12, 9 to 10
a.m.
Sunday, Sept. 19, 9 to 10
a.m.
Sunday, Sept. 26, 9 to 10
a.m.


Sunday, Oct. 3,9 to 10 a.m.
To teach a story, Jesus
often told a parable an
earthly story with a heavenly
meaning. By basing situa-
tions on real life, parables
can reveal spiritual truth to
listeners. Join us at Country-
side Presbyterian Church,
7768 S.W Highway, Ocala for
these four refreshing
episodes.
For further information,
please call the church at 352-
2374633.
Fellowship dinner
Fellowship Dinner on
Tuesday, Sept. 14 at 5:30
p.m. in Founder's Hall of
Countryside Presbyterian
Church. Guest speaker is
Gaye Martin, a pilot, moti-
vational speaker and hu-
morist. Cost $8.


Divine Providence
The Divine Providence
Thrift Store, 8888 S.W State
Road 200 (352-873-8544), con-
tinues to offer clean, gently
used merchandise.
Customers are offered a
variety of furniture items, ap-
pliances, housewares and
home decor.
Casual clothing for adults
and children continues for 5
cents each piece. Boutique
clothing individually priced.
Clean, complete 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 Sat-
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and holidays.
Newspaper and aluminum
recycling bins available for
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Gospel of St. John studied
College Park Church,
3140 S.W 26th St., across
from CFCC, has begun the
study of the Gospel of John
on Wednesday evenings.
The class is taught by Sr.
Pastor, Dr. James Fleming
from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the
sanctuary Anyone in the
community is welcome to
attend. For more informa-
tion, call 237-2247.
Congregation Beth Israel
services on 2nd Friday
Congregation Beth Israel
of Ocala will hold Shabbat
evening services on the sec-
ond Friday of the month.
The services are held at 8
p.m. at the Collins Re-
source Center, Building 300
in the TimberRidge Med-
ical Complex on State Road
200 in Ocala. The services
feature traditional
melodies as well as modern
readings and songs. The
congregation is liberal, in-
clusive and contemporary
in approach and is under
the guidance of the Jewish
Reconstructionist Federa-
tion. For further informa-
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United Way Budget Workshops


United Way of Marion
County is offering free
personal budgeting work-
shops to individuals par-
ticipating in the Bank on
Marion program or look-
ing for building financial
skills. Workshops are of-
fered from 6-8 p.m. on
Wednesday, Sept. 8, and
Saturday, Sept. 25 from 9
to 11 a.m. at the United
Way of Marion County at
1401 N.E. 2nd St., Ocala.
Workshop topics in-
clude "Money Smart" and
"Check It Out" including
basic introduction to ter-
minology, information on
checking accounts, budg-
eting tools, keeping your
money safe, saving money
and building good credit.
For more information or
to register, contact Krista
Martin at 352-732-9696 ext.
215 or kmartin@uwmc.org.
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United Way of Marion
County is looking for vol-
unteers who are inter-
ested in being facilitators
for personal budgeting
workshops. Training will
be provided to all individ-
uals along with instructors


manual and materials on
Thursday, Sept. 9th from 9
to 11 a.m. at United Way.
Facilitators will present to
businesses and organiza-
tions who are interested in
hosting classes for their
employees or clients or
members at their facility.
For more information,
contact Krista Martin at
352-732-9696 ext. 215 or
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certified Volunteer In-
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residents. VITA sites will
be in surrounding areas in
Marion County and at the
United Way office to offer
free tax-preparation serv-
ices for Marion County
residents. Orientation will
be Thursday, Sept. 16 from
9 to 11 a.m. at the United
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Rosh Hashanah message for 2010


JUDI'S


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Jews all ov
will be us
New Year of
will be attend:
cial High Holi(
which mark th
and penitentia
year. I would
you a glimpse
the liturgical
order to give y
understanding
ture of the holi
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vals of biblical
services for t
begin at sundov
dle lighting. S
gins Jewish 1


reference to the creation
story stating, "there was
evening and there was
morning, day one." Light is
the symbol of the divine.
The Rosh Hashanah
evening service follows the
format for an evening serv-
ice but adds special psalms
J u d i and prayers of a peniten-
S i ega tial nature since this is the
season for self-improve-
ment and reflection on
past deeds. The blessing of
wine, called the Kiddush,
sanctifies the holiday as
well. The service sets the
short days, stage for the major service,
er the world the morning service, of the
er thewr first day of Rosh
h1ering the Hashanah. (The holiday is
5771. Many celebrated for two days.
ing the spe- This came about because
day services in ancient days, the news of
is very holy the new moon sighting,
1 time of the which announced the new
like to give month, took time to travel
into some of through Israel so another
offerings in day was added to ensure
you a better the holiday was observed.)
of the na- The morning service for
days. Rosh Hashanah also fol-
*ewish festi- lows a liturgical pattern
I origin, the with morning blessings
the holiday thanking the Creator for
wn with can- health and for the new day
undown be- There is the call to wor-
holidays in ship, the Borechu, the


Shema (Jewish statement
of belief), penitential
prayers, a standing prayer
of silent meditation and an
interesting feature found
only on these special days,
the Blowing of the Shofar,
or ram's horn.
In the Reconstructionist
prayer book, there is em-
phasis on the psalms,
which mention the shofar
in the text or allude to it in
special passages. More tra-
ditional prayer books con-
centrate on God's kingship
and sovereignty and refer
to the shofar blasts that ac-
companied the giving of
the Torah on Mount Sinai.
Its sounds have many in-
terpretations, but its shrill
blasts are traditionally
sounded to arouse the wor-
shipper to return to God,
repent all sins and to do
acts of charity and right-
eousness.
One of the most famous
prayers of the liturgy of the
day is the Unetaneh Tokef.
Written centuries ago, the
prayer talks of this awe-
some and holy season and
of God deciding "who shall
live and who shall die ...
who by fire, who by sword,
who by famine, who by


plague...." As a modern, I
find this prayer very dis-
turbing because it speaks
of one's own mortality, a
topic people do not like to
ponder. However, taken in
context of the times when
people thought that all
calamities in nature and
wars, plagues, famine, etc.
were divine retribution for
sins, we have a better un-
derstanding of the prayer.
In light of the occurrences,
both good and bad, that
happen to us in life, how-
ever disturbing this prayer
maybe to me, it does serve
as a reminder to make the
best of the time we are al-
lotted on earth.
In a ritual now only done
on the High Holidays, the
service leader prostrates
him or herself before the
holy ark where the Torah is
kept in submission to God's
kingship. While Jews bow
and do other acts of prayer
actions, prostration is left
for other religions. How-
ever, during the Aleynu
prayer, which talks of God's
kingship and a desire for
peace on earth, this action
is performed with two
sturdy helpers nearby to
help the leader off the


floor! The prayer, once
only done on the High Hol-
idays, now is found toward
the end of every Jewish
service throughout the
year, but one only bows at a
specific point and the
prayer leader does not
prostrate before the ark.
The Kol Nidre service,
or the evening service for
the Day of Atonement or
Yom Kippur, is the most
solemn one of the year. The
stirring melody of the Kol
Nidre prayer never fails to
move Jewish worshippers.
The service takes its name
from this prayer, actually a
renouncement of vows to
God, which could not be
kept. Though shrouded in
mystery, this prayer, writ-
ten in Aramaic in a strict
legal formula, read or
chanted three times, is
often associated with the
Jews at the time of the In-
quisition when they were
forced to accept Christian-
ity but practiced Judaism
in secret. It was at this time
of the year, that these se-
cret Jews would beg for-
giveness for going against
Jewish law by their actions
during the year. Whatever
its origins, the plaintive


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chant of the prayer sets the
mood for the holiest day of
the Jewish year, Yom Kip-
pur.
Yom Kippur, the Day of
Atonement, is unique in
the Jewish cadre of holi-
days in that food is not a
major component! This
day, Jews refrain from eat-
ing and fast all day The
fast actually started at sun-
down the night before and
will end, traditionally, at
sundown, when Yom Kip-
pur ends. The break the
fast meal, in Eastern Euro-
pean tradition, consists of
dairy foods, light fare, con-
sidered easier to digest
than a heavy meal after a
fast.
The service, which be-
gins in the morning and
continues throughout the
day, contains many ele-
ments and features not
found during the year such
as the Martyrology and are
special to this important
holiday During the addi-
tional part of the service,
called the Musaf, (alludes
to the special, additional
sacrifices made in the
Temple) the actions of the

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BYOB; coffee and hot tea
will be furnished The Car-
riers will provide music for
listening and dancing.
Food items will be col-
lected to make up holiday
baskets that will be distrib-
uted to local needy fami-
lies. Gift cards to area
establishments will be
given away as door prizes,
and there will be a 50/50
drawing. You won't want to
miss the "white elephant"
gift exchange! More details
on this will be provided in
the November newsletter.
The ticket price for this
evening of fun and enter-
tainment is $18.50 for
members and $20.50 for
guests. Tickets will be sold
on Tuesday, Oct. 26, from 9
to 11 a.m. in the Orchid
Club lobby If you have any
questions about this event
or can't make it to the
ticket sales, you can call
Marci (352-237-4244) or
Shari 352-(854-0116). Hope
you can make it!
Royal Oaks Women's Golf
On Tuesday, Aug. 24, the
game was "Odd and Even
Holes, two-person teams."
Before starting play, each
twosome decided which
one would count their net
scores on the even num-
bered holes and which one


JUDI
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 23
High Priest are reenacted
during a section called the
Avodah. Here we get a
glimpse of what when on
during Yom Kippur during
the days of the Temple cult.
In elaborate fashion and
much attention to detail,
the liturgy describes the rit-
uals the High Priest in the
Temple performed at this


would count the odd num-
bered holes. As play pro-
gressed, there were
periodic rain showers. Of
the six teams that started,
only two teams finished 18
holes. The teams were:
First place -Joan O'Brien
and Patty Waddell, with a
net score of 71 and second
place Sylvia Zappia and
Joanne Morris with a 79.
We are hoping for drier,
cooler weather next time
so everyone will be able to
finish.
ORWGA Winners
The following are the
winners of the weekly low
net tournament held at
Spruce Creek GC. Flight 1:
Marge Rymarcsuk, Joan
Klier and June Dickbernd;
flight 2: Donna Huffman,
Bebe Hahne and Marlena
Yaic; flight 3: Olive Adler,
Linda Noel and Mary
Golab; flight 4: Ruby Shep-
ard, Ann Hurr and Pat Tar-
man. Again there were no
"Chip Ins" and no one
came "Closest to the Pin."
That prize money is stack-
ing up. Come on ladies,
focus on the prize!
In September Spruce
Creek has two dates where
they will not be able to ac-
commodate us on Thurs-
day, but they have made
arrangements for tee times
on Wednesday, Sept. 2, and
Wednesday, Sept 29. Check
at the desk for sign up
sheets so you won't miss


holy time of the year. There
were confessions for his
household, the people of Is-
rael and for the world at
large. In one of the rituals,
two he-goats were brought
before the Priest. By lot, it
was determined which one
would be sacrificed and
which one would be set free
in the wilderness. The one
left free, with the sins of Is-
rael, symbolically on his
head, became known as the
scapegoat, i.e. he escaped


out on the weekly games!
Any questions? Call Presi-
dent Bebe Hahne.
Royal Oaks Lady Niners
Our Fall Scramble, meet-
ing and luncheon will be
on Sept. 16, so be sure to
mark your calendar and
sign up.
On Aug. 19, "T E N S"
was the game. Since we
played the back nine holes,
this meant that the two par
5 holes did not count! Sally
Crass and Patty Waddell
tied for first place, and
Joyce Madill was second.
"T and F Holes Only" was
the game played on Aug.
26. First place went to Sally
Crass, second to Ilene Sim-
nowitz and third to B.J.
Lassiter. Sally Crass made
a chip-in on the 15th hole!
Note that Sally Crass has
been in first place, either
individually or as a team
member, for the last five
weeks! The August heat
doesn't bother her!
All ladies living in Oak
Run are welcome to play
with the Lady Niners on
Monday mornings. The tee-
times are noted on the
sign-up sheet in the ladies
locker room.
Royal Oaks Men's Golf
Keith LeMasters an-
nounced the winners of
Friday's three best net
event. First place with a
score of 192, Jim Lacey,
Chuck Elder, Tom Morris
and Larry Soine; second


into the wilderness. The
term "scapegoat" meaning
one who takes the blame,
comes from this action. It
was also a time when the
Tetragrammaton, or ineffa-
ble name of God was pro-
nounced. We no longer
know this name since it was
only known to the High
Priests. Mispronounced as
"Jehovah," Jews use the
term, Adonai for this rea-
son.
The High Holidays end


place with a score of 195,
Robert Salberg, Jack Ed-
wards, Ed Simnowitz and
Joe Burkard; third place
with a score of 197, Bob
White, Sam Sample, Tom
Ducz and Steve Casner.
Fourth place resulted in a
tie, with Ron Catapano,
Richard Berbig, Mike
Madill and Don Aubrrey
and Bob Albright, Jim
Smith, Bill Start and Joe
Paller. Closest to the pin
were Dick Berbig on the
red tees and Ed Simnowitz
on the white tees, and yes,
Ed did make the putt.
Keith wanted to thank
everyone who made Fri-
day's game a success and is
looking forward to Virgil's
return next week. Keep
those birdies flying.
Carol Ann's Corner
Oh yes, summer is defi-
nitely over as far as the
Oak Run events schedule
is concerned. Clubs have
sent me information quite
a bit in advance for not
only their September activ-
ities but also their holiday
events. Seems everyone,
not only the golfers, are
eager to put the summer
heat behind them and
begin partying. Thank you
very much for keeping this
column "in the loop."
Send all items for this
column to Carol Ann
Wheeler at democrat-
carol@deccacable.com no
later than the afternoon of


with a final confession, a
loud blast of the shofar and
a hope for a good New Year
May 5771, which the rabbis
considered to be the date of
creation (they were off by a
landslide historically but
spiritually is what counted!)
be a year of peace, prosper-
ity for Israel and for the
world at large.
Judi is a former teacher
and Jewish educator She
lives in Sun Valley with her
husband, Phil.


the Friday before publica-
tion. Note there are no hy-
phens in the address. If
you wish to call her, the
number is in the Oak Run
directory. You may send
pictures as jpg attach-
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on the fourth Tuesday of
each month at 1:30 p.m. in
the multi-purpose room.
This is a change from the
old bi-monthly meetings.
Clubs and activities re-
newal forms for the new
year are available in com-
munications center in hall-
way Forms must be
returned by Friday, Oct. 14.
Info, Ethel Kleiner.
Mexican Train Domi-
noes are now being played
twice a week, Monday 11
a.m. to 2 p.m. in the multi-
purpose room; Tuesday, 1
to 3:30 p.m. in the left side
stage meeting room. Info,
Babette Sparling.
Reminder: Trash on
Tuesday and Friday and
yard waste on Thursday
must be placed curbside by
7 a.m. They start at 7 a.m. in


copy photos can be placed
in Carol's cubby across the
street from her house but
should be submitted ear-
lier as they take longer to
process. The names of the
people in all photos must
be included.
the community
SCP Singers, first day of
singing, Monday, Sept. 13.
Monday Line dancing
will resume Sept. 13.
Newspapers, magazines
and aluminum recycling
every Tuesday early morn-
ing. Place next to garage
door for pickup by volun-
teers of the On the Level
Club. Thank you, volun-
teers.
Bingo is back to normal
Tuesday evening for Pre-
servists. Cards on sale 5:15
to 6:15 p.m. Games start at
6:30 p.m.
Until next time, God be
willing and the creek does-
n't rise.
Deej and her husband,
Joe, live in Spruce Creek
Preserve. To submit news
items or announcements
leave notices in her library
cubby or call her The
Koebbes are listed in the
Preserve phone directory


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Friday, Sept. 3: Home-
made beef stew begins at 5
p.m. Patti and Bobby Mack
entertain 6:30 to 10:30 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 4: Queen
of Hearts Party 5 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 5: Break-
fast 8 to 11 a.m.


Monday, Sept 6: Labor
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David Baldwin's karaoke.
Friday, Sept. 10: Fresh
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Karaoke by Mel 7 to 11 p.m.
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Cherrywood Democrats will meet on Sept. 17


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Friday, S
p.m. in the clul
room. All regis
are welcome
ments will be s
It is extreme
tant that we as
voters under
how critical tl
is not only to
community bul


country. In a few weeks we
shall be electing members
to federal, state and local
government, it is essential
that we do our utmost to
ensure a smooth election
and that we elect candi-
dates that we support and
vote for and remember to
N a n c y vote in the general elec-
Archer ^tion. Voters understand
just how critical this elec-
tion is not only for us but
OOD for the future of this coun-
try
We will discuss the ram-
ifications of the upcoming
od Demo- election and know that
ub will meet your vote counts.
lept 17, at 2 We ask that you remem-
bhouse card ber our young people serv-
tered voters ing our country and if you
. Refresh- are able to make a dona-
served. tion toward their needs
iely impor- you may do this through
s registered our secretary to active
stand just service personnel now
his election serving in Iraq. Your dona-
us in our tion will be gratefully ap-
t for this our preciated.


The Cherrywood Demo-
cratic Club meets on the
third Friday of each month
a 2 p.m. in the clubhouse
card room. Harriet
Scarpino is the president.
She can be reached at 352-
873-9955.
Mark your Calendar
Flu shots will be avail-
able again at Cherrywood.
They will be given on Fri-
day, Sept. 10 from 1 to 3
p.m., Friday, Oct 22 from 1
to 3 p.m., and Monday, Nov.
8, from 4 to 6 p.m.
Cherrywood Trips still
have Availability
Oct. 12 Sleuths Mys-
tery Dinner Theatre in Or-
lando.
Oct. 21 Clearwater
Yacht Luncheon Cruise.
Nov. 4 Shopping at the
Premium Outlet Mall in
Orlando.
Nov. 6 The King and I
at the Alhambra Dinner
Theatre in Jacksonville.
Nov. 11 How the


Other Half Loves at the
Early Bird Dinner The-
atre.
Nov. 25 Thanksgiving
dinner and show at the
Palace Grand.
Dec. 13 to 15 Three-
day mystery trip.
Aug. 1 to 23, 2011 Na-
tional Parks cross country
trips.
Jan. 23, 2011 Carnival
Legend 7 Night Western
Caribbean Cruise.
Call Nancy at 861-1432
for trips.
Annual Steel Horse
Stampede, a Motorcycle
Fundraiser for Hospice of
Marion County
This year is going to be a
great fundraiser because
so many people have used
Hospice of Marion County.
At the time needed for
their loved ones. I had to
use them when my hus-
band Frank took sick and
was able to go into Legacy
House. This is where


Frank was for the last
eight days before he
passed away. But let me
tell you that they took the
best care of him I know
that I would not be able to
do what they did for him.
Hospice of Marion
County, Inc. is a commu-
nity based, not-for-profit
health care organization
that serves Marion County,
since 1983, and has helped
over 18,000 patients and
their families. Services
are provided regardless of
age, sex, race, spiritual be-
liefs, and nature of illness
or ability to pay. This is
why we all need to try to
donation any amount will
help and it is all tax de-
ductible. Donations may
be given to any rider or
myself Nancy Archer 352-
861-1432 or T.T." at 352-
237-0766.. All monies
raised from this event will
go to help residents of
Marion County. This year


the fundraiser will take
place on Saturday, Nov. 6.
This is why we must start
to make donations now so
that it is all together on
Nov. 6. Please make out
checks to Legacy Hospice
House or Hospice of Mar-
ion County any amount
will help out. So let's help
this great cause.
Songbirds
Songbirds started re-
hearsals on the 1st of Sep-
tember and it's not too late
to join the songbirds. We
meet every Wednesday for
rehearsals from 2 p.m. to 4
p.m.
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e-mail at blue-
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26 ~- Friday, September 3, 2010


The turbulent romance between Liz Taylor and Richard Burton

FURIOUS LOVE: Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton and the Marriage of the Century
By Sam Kashner and Nancy Schoenerger 0W .u


BOOK


In 1983 epi
beth Taylo
Burton, af
riages and twc
peared together
Noel Coward's'
Dame Liz thou
as it turned ot
were headed fc
marriage. Then


New York newspaper, Burton
had quietly married his young
assistant, Sally Hay, and on
stage the fur flew. The acting
pair stepped on each other's
lines and even each other's
feet before a thrilled audience
and frenzied paparazzi.
Acting, as one wag put it, was
Pat something that occupied the
Wellington duo when not drinking, fight-
ing, or making love.
Their turbulent romance
had begun on the set of
"Cleopatra" in 1962 with an
electric attraction that was pal-
pable. Crew members would
quip during their love scenes,
c lovers Eliza- "They're not acting." But their
r and Richard adultery was not taken lightly
ter two mar- The Vatican stepped in to cen-
o divorces, ap- sure them and one Congres-
r in a revival of sional member tried to bar
"Private Lives." them re-entry into America as
eight wrongly "undesirables."
ut that they For Taylor, she had found
br a third try at the strong man who had
[, according to a eluded her except for her brief


marriage to boisterous tycoon
Mike Todd. For Burton, Taylor
was a man's woman "who
could drink, belch, and swear
with the best of them."
On the quieter side ofthe re-
lationship, Liz put Richard's
career before her own calling
him the real actor and herself
just a broad and urging him on
to roles like "Becket." He, in
turn, pampered her every de-
sire and became a real father
to her children. To her, he con-
fessed his darkest secrets such
as his trysts as a struggling
young actor with Laurence
Olivier and Sir John Gielgud -
homosexuality that didn't take
as he later told Dick Cavett.
But their Rabelaisian tastes,
conspicuous consumption, and
drunken blow-outs with A-lis-
ters brought them plenty of bad
publicity. "Let's face it," Taylor
once said," a lot of my life
lacked dignity"
The most painful cost of the


relationship for Burton was
his divorce from long-suffering
wife Sybil, who was his con-
nection to his Welsh village
and his Welsh roots. Com-
pounding his guilt was his in-
ability to help his severely
retarded and institutionalized
daughter Jessica.
Despite rumors linking Bur-
ton romantically to actresses
like Genevieve Bujold and
Sophia Loren, he cheated only
once with stunning Natalie
Delon, ex-wife of French actor
Alain Delon. Though it was lit-
tle more than a one-night
stand, he would have to atone
with some hefty diamonds for
Liz.
Burton died in Switzerland
in 1984 at age 58. Shortly be-
fore his death, he wrote to Tay-
lor, telling her she would
always be "home" for him and
that he wanted to come home.
To this day she keeps the letter
on her nightstand.


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