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VOLUME 4, NUMBER 14
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 82011


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VING THE COMMUNITIES & BUSINESSES BETWEEN SR 200 AND US 27




Celebrations offered for the Fourth


Staff report
Celebrate the Fourth of July on
July 2 and again on July 4 this
year in Ocala.
The first Independence Day
celebration is July 2 at the Circle
Square Commons Town Square
from 5 to 9 p.m.
The festivities will begin with


the National Anthem being sung
by the talented 12 year old,
Alexandra Sexton. Enjoy a mix-
ture of patriotic music and popu-
lar hits from the 1950s through
today featuring The Harvest Trio
and Karen Hall.
A Missing Man presentation
fly-over with four World War II


North American T-6 model air-
crafts used by the Air Force from
1939 -1957, plus craft and food
vendors are planned for the
evening.
The Town Square is located at
8405 S.W 80th St., Ocala.
The 42nd annual God and
Country Day, presented by the


Ocala Jaycees is July 4.
The celebration is held at the
Golden Ocala property, corner of
U.S. 27 and Southwest 80th Av-
enue.
Craft vendors, food, games,
rides, entertainment and the
biggest fireworks show in town
are planned for the event.


There will be activities and en-
tertainment going on throughout
the day from 1 p.m. until the end
of the fireworks.
Entertainment includes The
Shane Wooten band and The
Veer. The Veer won the Jaycees
Battle of the Bands competition
in March.


Service brings


wife, career


Going through the paces


Michel Northsea
EDITOR
His service time in World
War II led Ocala Palms res-
ident Bill Stewart to his re-
tirement home.
Trained in radio school
in Kansas, he was qualified
to watch the radar located
at Tavares.
Time off was spent visit-
ing nearby places includ-
ing Ocala and Silver
Springs with his Army bud-
dies.
"You could throw a stone
across the whole city,"
Stewart said about Ocala of


those days.
Daytona Beach was an-
other place they visited.
On one trip to Daytona
Beach, Stewart woke up
behind the bar. Stewart
and his two buddies drank
beer all day before decid-
ing to try some shots of
something they had never
tried before. Standing up
to go to the men's room
after trying a shot of
Tequila, they passed out.
Stewart credits the bar-
tender for pulling the men
around behind the bar and

Please see SERVICE, Page 8


MICHEL NORTHSEA
Ocala Palms resident Bill Stewart, front, was escorted by
Francis Sheets,also a resident of Ocala Palms,during the
recent Honor Flight to see the World War II Memorial.


MICHEL NORTHSEA
Practice helps the Great Adventure Junior Drill Team improve their timing. Brooke Steeves, left front and
Yesenia Collazo, right front, prepare to circle to the back of the line as Amber Humphreys, Jackie McLain and
Catherine Van Vliet move up with their horses.


Drill team practices

Michel Northsea
EDITOR
There is horseback riding and then there is horse-
back riding.
Sunday afternoons, a group of young women gather
to practice their horseback riding at Best Hay
They have plenty of reason to practice because they
are members of the Great Adventure Jr. Drill Team.
As an equestrian drill team, they perform a routine *"
to music on horseback and in costumes. The group is
also a Christian drill team so the music they choose is
Christian with an upbeat tempo, said Jackie McLain
coach of the team.
Always practicing for the next competition where
spacing, alignment, timing and coordination are criti-
cal factors and so is the originality of the routine, those J
Sunday afternoon sessions are important.
The routine the riders put the horses through often
has the horses trotting toward each other which goes
against the nature of a horse.
"The horse has to be taught to trust the rider,"
McLain said.
McLain started riding on a drill team about seven 1
years ago. She liked it so much that she agreed to coach ,


Please see DRILL, Page 6 Yesenia "Jesse" Collazo with her horse.


MICHEL NORTHSEA






2 Wednesday, June 29, 2011


Summer kickoff


Itricia
(IT.HL


With temperatures
in the high 90s and
heat index in the
100s, it seems like summer
was here before its official
day of June 21. The resi-
dents of Stone Creek got to-
gether on Saturday, June
17, to officially kick off
summer.
Lifestyle Director Jen-
nifer Geraldo along with
her very capable Social
Committee planned, and
executed this wonderful
evening for residents at the
Pavilion. Many of us just go
to an event and enjoy while
the 'behind the scene' work


is done by others. Set-up
was done by Marge and
Rick Casey, Karen and
Eddie Snelson, Jim Stein,
Henri and Ken Eberly,
Marcy West, Rich Wallner,
Keith Schadt and Debbie
and Larry Beitel.
Waiting to collect tickets
were Social Committee
members Karen Stein and
Debbie Jones. They gave
each resident a small door
prize as they entered.
Food was supplied by
Kuntry Boys BBQ and Ka-
terin. The menu included
pork ribs, smoked chicken,
Cole slaw, corn on the cob,
peach cobbler, water-
melon, rolls and ice tea.
You can contact them at
352-817-7739 to have them
cater an event for you.
Now, an event must in-
clude food which it did, but
music is also an integral
part of the evening. Rick
Meyer of Times of Your
Life Entertainment pro-
vided the music for the
evening. He can be
reached at 352-694-1647.
The live DJ played hits


from every genre and
guests got to pick songs
when they purchased tick-
ets. There was dancing and
bocce games.
The Social Committee
has more events planned
with a Hot Summer Night
event on July 15. There is a
'Cheeseburger in Paradise'
pool party on July 29 and a
movie night at the pool on
Aug. 7.
Be on the look-out for
these up-coming events.
Summer is officially here
because the hardworking
Social Committee has
added that job to its many
others.
Highlight on a resident:
Marcelle Schvimmer re-
cently won an Honorable
Mention for her pastel ren-
dering of an egret titled
"Fancy Feathers." The
show at the Brick City Cen-
ter for the Arts was in May
Congratulations Marcelle
and thanks to Joan LeBel
for informing me.
The CAAC has disbanded
the Kitchen Committee
and is looking for residents
who would like to become
part of a Kitchen Club. You
can contact any members
of the CAAC if you are in-
terested or look for upcom-
ing meetings on the
subject.


Jennifer Giraldo with some of her hard working Social Committee members


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Benefit performances of
War at Home, a play chron-
icling personal reactions to
the 911 attacks, will take
place at the Insomniac
Theatre, July 8 and 9 at 7
p.m. and July 10 at 3 p.m.
The Insomniac Theatre is
located in downtown Ocala
at 1 E. Silver Springs Blvd.
Tickets are $5 and all
proceeds will go toward the
production costs involved
in taking the play to Edin-
burgh, Scotland, in August.
The West Port High
School Theatre Depart-
ment under the direction
of Janet Shelley has been
selected to perform at Ed-
inburgh Fringe Festival,
the largest and most presti-
gious arts festival in the
world as part of the Ameri-
can High School Theatre
Festival (AHSTF). The
Fringe Festival includes
over 1,800 different per-
formances of music, the-
atre, dance, and comedy
during its three week run.
West Port High School's
performance of War at
Home will be showcased at
the Church Hill Studio
Theatre in Edinburgh.
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part of the 2011 AHSTF
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Ocala Civic Theatre and
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48 schools selected to per-
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school to travel this year.
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heavily involved in
fundraising activities to fi-
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to perform in Scotland.
Contributions and dona-
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For ticket information,
sales and reservations call
352-897-0477 or go to
www.ticketderby.com.
For more information
about the Scotland trip
contact Janet Shelley, West
Port High School Theatre
Director, at 352-291-4000.


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The West Marion Messenger is a free community newspaper covering
news of communities west of Ocala including Fore Ranch, Stone Creek,
Fairfield Village, Ocala Palms, Timberwood, Falls of Ocala, Quail Meadow,
Foxwood Farms and Golden Hills.
Postmaster: Entered as Third Class Matter at the post office in Ocala, Fla.,
34477.
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the Messenger is not delivered to you or you are having trouble getting the
paper from boxes around the S.R. 40 and SR 27 areas, call 854-3986.
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SCirculation - Barbara Jaggers
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4 Wednesday, June 29, 2011


- Quail Meadow


Get refreshed in the pool

A re you enjoying the Florida's weather to other nice way to cool off on
I summer weather? parts of the country On these summer days, I rec-
. , Since it is "officially" these extremely hot days, ommend going to the club-
Ssummer now, I guess we just think back to a few house and getting
, til'O1yf shouldn't complain about months ago when we were refreshed in the pool. With
' L ciUib the heat. I don't know complaining about how the new parts installed the
about you, but I still prefer cold it was. If you want a water is fabulous. We ap-


preciate the persistence of
Terry McGill getting the
pool back in great shape. If
you are interested in water
aerobics, come join the
morning classes. This is a
fun way to stay in shape.
Has anyone else noticed
how many times the utility
workers are at the north-
east corner of 44th Avenue


II Family Care
Soli_- Specialists

a member of OCALA HEALTH SYSTEM


June 5, 2011

Open Letter to the Community

Over the last several weeks, there has been a good deal of information shared in the
community regarding the affiliation of Family Care Specialists (FCS) with Ocala Health
System. As medical director, I want to clarify precisely why my colleagues and I chose to
become a part of Ocala Health late last year. Today, after six months of our affiliation, we
are proud to be contributing to its position as the leading healthcare provider for the
residents of greater Marion County.

We are affiliated with Ocala Health because of the quality of care that is consistently
delivered at every touch point throughout the system. It's that simple. While my fellow
physicians and I observe first-hand the exceptional treatment our patients are receiving at
Ocala Regional Medical Center and West Marion Community Hospital, it is reassuring to
know that publicly reported data available on the Hospital Compare website
(www.hospitalcompare.hhs.gov) is reflecting that high caliber of care.

According to the most recent Hospital Compare Survey of Patients' Hospital Experiences (3Q09
- 2Q10), Ocala Regional Medical Center and West Marion Community Hospital lead in nine out
of ten categories that measure patient experience according to key quality topics. From how
well nurses and doctors communicate, to pain management and room cleanliness, to quietness
at night and responsiveness of staff, patients rank Ocala Health number one.

In addition, the survey results further strengthen my belief that Ocala Health is the region's
leading healthcare provider for more complex conditions including pneumonia, heart failure,
heart attack, chest pain, and surgical care. In fact, Ocala Health surpasses averages
reported statewide and nationally.

At Family Care Specialists, we recommend with confidence the services of Ocala Regional
Medical Center and West Marion Community Hospital. Quality care was a driving force in
our efforts initially to join Ocala Health and continues to be today, as we work together in
treating patients and their families.

I encourage you to take a moment to visit the Hospital Compare website. Review the core
measure and patient satisfaction scores for area hospitals as reported by the Centers for
Medicaid and Medicare Services. You do have choices. Publicly reported information like
this can help you as a patient and consumer make the most informed decisions about
healthcare for you and your loved ones.


Yours in good health,


Sidney E. Clevinger, MD
Medical Director
Family Care Specialists


Ocala Regional Medical Center * West Marion Community Hospital
Family Care Specialists * Ocala Surgical Group * Advanced Imaging Centers


and Highway 27? It seems
they are forever digging at
that corner. However, today
while waiting for the light
at that corner, I noticed
several "workers" digging.
One man was digging out a
hole, while yet the man
working with him was put-
ting the dirt back in the
same hole! Can anyone
make sense of this?
July arrives on Friday
This year is a very special
July Check your calendar:
there will be 5 Fridays, 5
Saturday, and 5 Sundays
this year.
There are other interest-
ing dates in the year 2011:
1/1/11, 1/11/11, 11/1/11, and
11/11/11. Now for those of
you who enjoy number
games: take the last 2 digits
of the year you were born,
add to that the age you will
be this year, and the results
will be 111! Try it, regard-
less of what year and age
you use, the results are the
same, "111."
Monday we celebrate In-
dependence Day - 4th of
July Quail Meadow resi-
dents will gather for a
"potluck" indoor picnic at 4
p.m. Fix your favorite pic-
nic food and join us at the
clubhouse for a celebra-
tion. Don't forget to fly your
flags on Monday

Jungle adventure
at Our Redeemer
Vacation Bible School at
Our Redeemer Lutheran
Church will run Monday
July 18 -Friday July 22,
from 9 a.m. to noon.
All children ages four to
those entering the 7th
grade are invited to attend
this fun filled week. The
theme for this week is "Big
Jungle Adventure: A Faith
Journey with Jesus."
Please call the church at
(352) 237-2233 to pre regis-
ter.
The church is located at
5200 S.W State Road 200,
Ocala.

Adult VBS program
focuses on service
Adults are the focus of
this year's Vacation Bible
School at Countryside
Presbyterian Church.
Each evening, July 18 -
22, 5 to 7 p.m. adults are in-
vited to nightly sessions on
"Service - A Model for
Christian Living.
Each session will include
a light supper, Bible study,
music, crafts, games and
fellowship.
Countryside Presbyte-
rian Church is at 7768 SW
Hwy 200, Ocala 237-4633.




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Wednesday, June 29, 2011 5


At Ocala Health System,


quality healthcare matters.







Ocala Health ranhs highest in a
Our advanced approach to quality patient care is confirmed in the most recent survey results posted on Hospital Compare
(www.hospitalcompare.hhs.gov), a site created by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Hospital
Quality Alliance (HOA). Providing public access to these results makes it easier for patients and their families to make
informed healthcare decisions.


Pneumonia


OCALA
HEALTH
SYSTEM
ORMC/WMCH


MUNROE
REGIONAL
MEDICAL
CENTER


U.S. Average
for all
reporting
hospitals


FL Average
for all
reporting
hospitals


Pneumonia Patients
Assessed and Given 100% 93% 93% 96%
Pneumococcal Vaccination
Pneumonia Patients Whose
Initial Emergency Room Blood
Culture Was Performed Prior To 99% 95% 96% 97%
The Administration Of The First
Hospital Dose Of Antibiotics
Pneumonia Patients Given Smoking 100% 96 97% 99%
Cessation Adotce/Counseling "00% 96- 97% 99/
Pneumonia Patients Given
initial Antibiotic(s) within 97% 90% 95% 95%
6 Hours After Arrival
Pneumonia Patients Given
the Most Appropriate 98% 91% 92% 94%
nilial Anubioticls]
Pneumonia Patients
Assessed and Given 99% 97% 91% 95%
Influenza Vaccination


Heart Attach/Chest Pain
OCALA
HEALTH
SYSTEM
ORMC/WMCH


MUNROE
REGIONAL
MEDICAL
CENTER


U.S. Average
for all
reporting
hospitals


FL Average
forall
reporting
hospitals


Heart Attack Patients Given 100% 98% 99% 99%
Aspirin at Arrival98% 99% 99%
Heart Attack Patients Given 99% 98% 98% 99%
Aspirin at Discharge
Heart Attack Patients
Given ACE Inhibitor or96% 96% 97%
ARB for Left Ventricular
Systolic Dysfunction (LVSD)
Heart Attack Patients Given
Smoking Cessation 100% 100% 99% 100%
Advice/Counseling
Heart Attack Patients Given 100% 98% 98% 99%
Beta Blocker at Discharge
Heart Attack Patients Given
Fibrinolytic Medication 0 t 0 t 55% 67%
Within 30 Minutes Of Arrival
Heart Attack Patients
Given PClWithin 90 Minutes 96% 86% 90% 91%
Of Arrival


Heart Failure


MUNROE
REGIONAL
MEDICAL
CENTER


U.S. Average
for all
reporting
hospitals


FL Average
for all
reporting
hospitals


Ouipaienm; hacin surgery' wh,. .i.gl t ananribiirtk ai the
right time- wilhir, on hvur btef,,re surrcr hioher 97% 89% 92% 93%
numnhr aire beileri
Outpalients having surgery who got the nghi kind Oi
antibiolkichigher numbers are beulerl) 98% 89% 94% 94%
Surieir paicni p a ho .er, la'.,ing heiri drujs called
tiJa bLxlkrrs bert imling[ t he hospital, '~ho i ere
kept on the beta blockers during the period just before 99% 89% 93% 95%
and alter thc urur8e
Surgery pallients who were given an antibiotic at the
right time (within one hour before surgery to help 100% 91% 97% 98%
prevent infection
Surgery patients who erk gi.]n the righi ind of 9 9 7 7
antibiotic to help prevent infection 98% 94% 97% 97%
Surgery patients whose preventive anubiotics were
stopped at the right time within 24 hours after surgery) 99% 90% 94% 95%
Heail ;ulgcrVy palli.nrs ih.ic bliJd sug r (blood
glucose) is kept under gon.d col.,1 in rht djay lighr 96% 88% 93% 94%
after surgery
Surgery patients breeding hair removed from the
surgical area before surgery who had hair removed
using a 'fermethod electric clippersur hair removal 100% 100% 99% 100%
cream - not a razor)
n ei"urger. paril.ci ,',hotn u.rina,' . [hciers le 87%0 9 % 90 0
r:]eiT.Ul ,i n he liril or ,-cond di]V :,lteru; ry 100% 87% 90% 91%O
Surgery patients whose doctors ordered treatments t,)
pre ent blood clot.safter iertainypes of surgeries 99% 90% 94% 95%
Palknrits hc 'ot i ermLrt it atii therirght im iweithin 24
hcur4 bei'irer alter [hcir urcri to help Fprevcni 98% 85% 92% 93%
'lvod clois rf eri:erlain tvpe oii surgerv


OCALA
HEALTH
SYSTEM
ORMCOWMCH


MUNROE
REGIONAL
MEDICAL
CENTER


US Average
ID' all
reporting
hopitals


FL Average
feor all
reporting
hospils


Heart Failure Patients Given 96% 69% 88% 91%
Discharge instructions

Heart Failure Patients Given an
Evaluation of LeftVentricular 100% 99% 98% 99%
Systolic (LVS Function

Heart Failure Patients Given ACE
Inhibitor orARB for Left Ventricular 99% 930o 94% 96%
Systolic Dysfunction (LVSD)

Heart Failure Patients Given
Smoking Cessation 100% 100% 98% 100%
Advice/Counseling


OCALA HEALTH SYSTEM

Ocala Regional Medical Center
West Marion Community Hospital
Family Care Specialists
Ocala Health Surgical Group
Advanced Imaging Centers


The information above is from the CMS web site: hospiralcompare.fnhs.gov. This information was made available to the public on 4/10/11.
t No patients met the criteria for inclusion in this measure calculation.


Surgical Care Improvement Project
OCALA
HEALTH
SYSTEM
ORMC/WMCH


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Fairtieh


Fairfield Village


Community getting a bit of a new look


our lovely pool has been
finished and it is being en-
is a popular meeting place
particularly when the
morning water aerobics
class is being held. Direc-
tor Toni Belcher says that
the ladies are enjoying
themselves much more
' , iscill" now that the meeting time
is 9a.m. rather than 10a.m.
(lcislb when the weather was
cooler this spring.
W hen the new own- New and more attractive
ersofFairfieldVil- signs have added to the
large property look around the Clubhouse
(American Land Lease) as well as newly mani-
took over the first of this cured flower beds and
year, we had heard that we trimmed areas. The best
might possibly see some thing in the Clubhouse,
nice improvements. In the however, is the new carpet
past several weeks/months and new flooring in the
that appears to be a fact. entry foyers. A very nice
The first thing that we and larger dance floor was
really appreciated was the also added. It is really at-
completion of the total tractive, and we know the
fencing of the property "dancers" will enjoy it a
The ones of us on the south lot.
side of the neighborhood Lately, there has been
were thrilled when we saw the beginning of work to
the crew out putting up the enhance each of our en-
fence that we had asked to tries off S.W 60th Avenue.
be completed for so long. That is in the beginning
Now Fairfield Village is to- stages, but it appears that
tally enclosed-which is there will be something of
nice. which we can be proud
A much needed repair once the grassy areas are
and update of the hot tub at completed.

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Completion of the fencing on the south side of Fairfield Village is much appreciated.


Several of my personal
neighbors and I were
thrilled when a tree serv-
ice came out and trimmed
and cleared some trees
that were unsightly behind
our homes. It has encour-
aged us to think toward
using our "back yards"
more than before. That ef-
fort was much appreciated.
These things in addition
to newly repositioned
mailboxes make a differ-
ence in the day to day life
in Fairfield Village which
is, as always, "a lively place
filled with lovely people."


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the youth team and has
done so since 2006.
Several of the team
members are used to com-
peting because they com-
peted in other horse
events.
Drill team member Yese-
nia "Jesse" Collazo com-
petes with the drill team.
She has competed in bar-


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9:30am
Sunday Service
10:00am
Wednesday
Covered Dish 6:30pm
Bible Study 7:00pm
Pastor Scott Wilson
12210 NW Highway 27
Ocala, FL 34482
352-528-3444
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rel racing and pole racing
in recent years. She even
tried jumping at one time
but decided that wasn't for
her.
Jesse figures she was
three years old when her
mother first put her on a
horse. She's not complain-
ing.
"I grew up with horses,"
she says with a smile. Ear-
lier this month, Jesse grad-
uated from West Port High
School.
A junior drill team can
have no less than eight rid-
ers or more than 15 riders.
One adult can ride with the
team in competition.
The next competition for
the team will probably be
in October unless they go to
Lindale, Texas, in July
Such a trip would be an
expensive endeavor.


Christ
the King
Anglican Church
The Rev. Donald J. Curran,
Rector
Rev. Matthew Walter
Asst. Rector
Services:
Rite I - 7:30 am
Rite II- 8:50 & 11:15 am
Children's Church - 8:50 am
3801 US N. Hwy 441
in Living Waters
Worship Center's
SSouth Sanctuary


To help fund such trips,
the team hosts fund-raising
events.
One such event is the an-
nual Summer Funshows
continuing on Aug. 6 at 6
p.m. at The Williston
Horseman's Park, 1.5 miles
south of Williston on Hwy
41. Contestants from all
over Florida will be there
to compete for a buckle
and other prizes. Spectator
admission is free and food
and drinks will be avail-
able.
The event promises
heart-pounding exciting
barrel and pole bending,
and some unusual races,
such as the hilarious
freeze pop race. For more
information: nfo@greatad-
venturedrillteam.com or
call 352-225-1225.

Christmas party
coming in July
The Sunday July 3 ser-
mon is entitled "What the
Bible has to say About
Right and Wrong" at the 11
a.m. worship service at
Christ's Church of Marion
County
Wednesday, July 6:
Wednesday night series
continues with "Healing Is
a Choice". 7 p.m.
Sunday, July 10 is Fel-
lowship Sunday Guest
Speaker is Ray Westman.
Join in for lunch, a "indoor
picnic", after the 11 am.
worship service. Sunday
school is at 10 a.m.
Tuesday, July 19 is the
Christian Women's Fellow-
ship "Christmas in July"
party and presentation of
gifts to the Helping Hands
Ministry A light dinner will
be served at 6:30
p.m.Christ's Church of
Marion County is at 6768
S.W 80th St. 861-6182 or
www.ccomc.org.


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Friday Youth Nights.........6:00 pm
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6768 SW 80th Street
Ocala 34476
352-861-6182
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Wednesday, June 29, 2011 7


New evening
hours for market
Beat the summer heat
and enjoy an evening stroll
at the Circle Square Com-
mons Farmer's Market on
The Town Square every
Thursday from 5 pm to 8
pm beginning July 7, 2011.
Find fresh seasonal pro-
duce, flowers, plants, fresh
baked goods, hand-made
soaps, delicious pies and
much more. Plus, the Mar-
ket features live entertain-
ment from popular artists
such as Dunning Shaw who
will be performing on July
7 during the market. Meet
and shop the local crafters
and artists displaying cre-
ative and unique pieces
from charming denim
purses and beautiful oil
paintings to wood working
creations and framed pho-
tography
Come and watch as one
of the many On Top of the
World Communities' chefs
prepare flavors of the sea-
son beginning at 6 pm.
The Circle Square Com-
mons Farmer's Market
evening hours will begin
Thursday, July 7th and is
open to the public. Circle
Square Commons is adja-
cent to On Top of the World
Communities at 8405 S.W
80th St. in Ocala.


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1 Houston
acronym
5 Have a bug
8 Urban pall
12 Black, in
poetry
13 Expert
14 Hemingway
nickname
15 Join with a
blowtorch
16 Ultramod-
ernist
17 Formerly,
formerly
18 Moe, Larry
or Shemp
20 Croon
22 Property
26 Get more
ammo
29 Shade
source
30 Trigger's
rider
31 - Major
(constella-
tion)
32 Pigs' digs
33 Existed
34 That man's
35 Buck's mate
36 Carries
37 Integer, e.g.
40 Daytime
drama
41 Cruel
45 Too
47 Couric's
network
49 Thought


50 Cut of pork
51 Reaction to
skyrockets
52 Standard
53 Undersized
54 Aye opposer
55 Icky stuff

DOWN
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mation
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handedly
3 One's
performance
4 Pyrenees
nation
5 Breathing
problem
6 Anger


7 Without
precision
8 Exhausted
9 "Dennis the
Menace" girl
10 Chances, for
short
11 "Roscoe"
19 Jewel
21 Doctrine
23 "- Eat
Cake"
24 Ripped
25 Spud's buds
26 Rhine feeder
27 Huron
neighbor
28 Booth, e.g.
32 Trace
33 Employed


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eyebrows
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8 Wednesday, June 29, 2011


Commissioners go
back to day meetings
The Marion County
Board of County Commis-
sioners is returning to a
morning-based meeting
schedule.
Effective July 5, commis-
sioners will conduct their
regular meetings on the
first and third Tuesday of
each month at 9 a.m. in the
McPherson Complex Audi-
torium (601 SE 25th Ave.,
Ocala).

Chess Club to meet
The chess club that
formed at the Freedom
Public Library 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.
Peripheral Neuropathy
The next meeting of the
Ocala Peripheral Neuropa-
thy Support Group will be
held on Saturday, July 2 at
10 a.m. at the Marion
County Sheriff's Brian Litz
Building, 9048 S.W State
Road 200. Individuals af-
flicted with this disease,
their family members, and
friends are encouraged to
attend.


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pinning a note to the chest of one soldier. The note told
the men to drink the orange stuff in the refrigerator.
The men did.
"We sobered up really quick," Stewart said.
Once the Army eliminated the radio outfit, Stewart was
sent to Ft Hood, Texas. Since he had already been in the
Army he was sent on Louisiana for Ranger training.
He also got married in Louisiana. Stewart had met
Mary in a penny arcade while in radio school in Kansas.
The two had written letters and she had visited him
when the opportunity arose.
Although the war ended soon after Stewart was sent to
Japan, he was in involved in the battle on Hacksaw
Ridge.
He and other foot soldiers were on patrol, when one
of them shouted a warning to Stewart He was about to be
ambushed.
Seeing "an awful big burst of fire" Stewart dropped to
the ground to avoid being shot. The knife he carried
ended up flying out of his hand, cutting his wrist in the
process.
Once the Japanese surrendered, Stewart wanted out
of the Army quickly in order to get to Kansas City to see
his newborn son.
The couple eventually moved to New Jersey and Stew-
art went to work for Philco helping to design televisions
using brand new technology Working for Philco also
meant the couple had the first television in the neigh-
borhood.
Ford Motor Company purchased Philco and closed the
company Stewart and family moved to Dearborn, Mich.,
and worked on designing automobile radios. Along the
way the couple had three other children.
Prior to retiring from Ford, the couple drove to Florida
looking for a new home. Stewart knew that he had en-
joyed visiting Ocala when he was stationed in Tavares
RK because "everybody was friendly"
They settled in Ocala Palms.
Two sons and their wives recently met Stewart in
o, Washington D.C. at the World War II Memorial. He was
r- one of four Ocala Palms residents on the latest Honor
of Flight from Ocala.
y, Stewart enjoyed his day in the nation's capitol even
though he was somewhat disappointed in the memorial
itself. He had expected something better saying the me-
Hawaii were nicer.
"You would expect the nation's capitol to have the best
memorial," he said.


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