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INDEX
Stone Creek ........3
Fairfield Village ..6
Classifieds ..........8
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VOLUME 4, NUMBER 15
WEDNESDAY, July 6, 82011


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Summer courses vary at Master the Possibilities


Michel Northsea
ED IT 0 R

The educational center at On
Top of the World, Master the Pos-
sibilities, is open for business
this summer with more than 200
classes, lectures or presentations
scheduled.
Included in the listings are a
variety of categories from aca-
demic to art classes.
The Humanist movement
started in 1920 and now some 80
years later it is a topic for a July
13, 2 p.m. session at MTP
The Rev Meredith Garmon,
PhD, will talk on the topic, "What
Has Humanism Done for You
Lately?"
Garmon is a life-long Unitar-
ian Universalist who serves as a
senior minister at the Unitarian
Universalist Fellowship of


Gainesville. He has degrees in
communication studies, philoso-
phy and earned his doctorate in
government, political theory be-
fore studying at seminaries.
There is no charge for the pro-
gram.
For those who haven't had the
opportunity to hike or bike in the
area, a class on July 8 may en-
courage one to get outdoors.
Barbara Toeppen-Sprig and
Diane Pope, representatives of
the Florida Trail Association,
will lead the discussion of local
trails giving out practical infor-
mation on the Cross Florida
Greenways, Ross Prairie State
Forest and the Withlacoochee
and Gainesville/ Hawthorne
Rail/ Trails. Maps and websites


are promised for those in atten-
dance.
Residents of the OTOW com-
munities may attend at no
charge, with non-residents pay-
ing $5.
Children are welcome at sev-
eral of the art classes.
The youngest family members
can take advantage of a bird-
house painting class on July 25.
Older children, at least 9, can
take a beginner's course on
painting flowers and animals
using pastels on July 18 and July
20. The fee is $8 for the bird-
house and $45 for the pastel
class.
For those enjoying crime dra-
mas on television learn about the
real life murders in Marion


County that have yet to be solved.
Offered monthly July 14, Aug. 18
or Sept. 15, the 7 p.m. lecture is
offered by the professionals
working to solve the cold cases.
The non-resident fee is $5 for the
session.
"At Master the Possibilities Ed-
ucation Center, summer classes
don't slow down a bit. In fact, this
quarter, the center for lifelong
learning has developed its most
ambitious summer session to
date," Dan Dowd, the center's di-
rector said.
Master the Possibilities is in its
sixth year of operation and offers
more than 800 opportunities to
learn, grow and have fun every
year
A glimpse of all the classes of-


feared through MTP is available
at the online catalog at mas-
terthepossibilities.com or pick-
up a catalog at 8415 S.W 80th St,
Ocala in Circle Square Com-
mons.
For those who haven't ever
gone online, MTP offers many
computers classes that help you
master surfing the worldwide
web. One class on Friday, July 8,
10:30 a.m., helps educate a po-
tential computer buyer on what
to look for and what to avoid
when buying a computer. The
fee for the course is $5 for non-
residents of OTOW
Registration for the summer
session is required.
For telephone registration,
pick up a printed catalog at the
Freedom Library or at Master
the Possibilities and call 854-
3699 to enroll.


Joy Lutheran men


adopt a highway

Patricia A. Woodbury
SPECIAL TO THE MESSENGER

For nearly 10 years since its inception in 1990,
Florida's Adopt-A-Highway program has improved the
appearance of highway rights of way throughout Florida
while reducing the cost of litter removal. It works be-
cause hundreds of dedicated volunteers do their part to
make it a success
The Lutheran Men in Mission (LMM) of Joy Lutheran
Evangelical Church joined this group of volunteers by
agreeing to conduct litter removal on a section of South-
west 95th Street Road, between Southwest 60th Street
and State Road 200. This is a two-year agreement be-
tween the Department of Transportation (DOT) and
LMM to remove litter at least four times a year.
Recently, one hot summer morning on Thursday, June
23, three men from Joy, were out on 95th Street Road
starting the agreed clean-up. Terry Couillard, Jerry Holl-
nagel and Ron Anderson would have liked more help, as
it took them an hour and a half to complete the work.
They carried away three trash bags of litter and went
home soaking wet.
They anticipate that the next time, in September, when
they will again provide this service it will be cooler and
more members will be able to participate. Hollnagel
stated, that even though it was a hot job, they really en-
joyed doing something good for the community
Please see ADOPT, Page 4


MICHEL NORTHSEA
Summer day
Residents of Foxwood Farms say they have more pool time than other communities because the recent
rains have not fallen on their community. Nan Melohn takes advantage of the sunny weather by relaxing in
the pool. Formerly of Iowa, she and her husband have lived in Florida for 13 years,first in Key West and now
Ocala.


SSee a drama, and help students


MICHEL NORTHSEA
WPHS Drama teacher Janet Shelley, back, talks with Scotland bound students, left to
right, Julio Chavez, Peter Buffie, Cody Spencer, Corrine Proetto,Shelby Bradshaw, and
Savannah Rose Skye Hirst-Ayers about the play War at Home.The group will perform
the play this weekend and in Scotland in August.


This weekend offers the opportunity to
help students from the drama program at
West Port High School and enjoy a theatre
show.
The West Port High School Theatre De-
partment under the direction of Janet
Shelley has been selected to perform at
the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the largest
and most prestigious arts festival in the
world as part of the American High
School Theatre Festival (AHSTF).
The festival is in Edinburgh, Scotland
in August.
Since getting the invitation students,
Shelley and parents have worked to raise
the $90,000 necessary for 13 students to
make the trip. The group is still short.
This weekend's benefit includes three


performances of the play the students will
perform at the festival. The play, War at
Home by Nicole Quinn and Nina Shen-
gold, is about personal reactions to the
911 attacks and takes places, July 8 and 9
at 7 p.m. and July 10 at 3 p.m. at the In-
somniac Theatre in downtown Ocala.
Tickets are $5.
The school was nominated by Mary
Britt of the Ocala Civic Theatre and Pro-
fessor Earl Weaver of the University of
Central Florida to attend the festival. A
panel of judges then selected the schools
to attend the festival.
In making their final decision, judges,
all theatre professionals, reviewed the

Please see DRAMA, Page 4


Song


Children invited to some classes


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2 Wednesday, July 6, 2011


At Ocala Health System,


quality healthcare matters.







Ocala Health ranks 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 (HQA). Providing public access to these results makes it easier for patients and their families to make
informed healthcare decisions.


Pneumonia


OCALA
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MUNROE
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forall
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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 Advice/Counseling 10096 96O 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%
Initial Antibiotic(s)
Pneumonia Patients
Assessed and Given 99% 97% 91% 95%
Influenza Vaccination


Heart Attach/Chest Pain
OCALA
HEALTH
SYSTEM
ORMC/WMCH


MUNROE
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MEDICAL
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U.S. Average
forall
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hospitals


FL Average
forall
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Heart Attack Patients Given 100% 98% 99% 99%
Aspirin at Arrival
Heart Attack Patients Given 99% 98% 98% 99%
Aspirin at Discharge 9%8 9% 9
Heart Attack Patients
Given ACE Inhibitor or
ARB for Left Ventricular 99% 96% 96% 97%
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 PCI Within 90 Minutes 96% 86% 90% 91%
Of Arrival


Heart Failure


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MEDICAL
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for all
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hospitals


FL Average
for all
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'^hi imnt - within one h.ur before urgr highr 97% 89% 92% 93%
number jirebeiri
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amnibionc (higher numbers are betie) 98% 89% 94% 94%
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after surgery
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surgical area before surgery, who had hair removed
irig a safer method teltnh:lippers r hair remoW 100% 100% 99% 100%
cream - not a razor)
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removed on the first or second day after surgery. 100% 87% 90% 91%
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preventblood.dotaflercertaintypc.ofsurgeries 99% 90% 94% 95%
Falieni.ts ho 'ot treat( i lrrier th right tirrie withiri 24
hoUl before aflNer their eur, help prevent 98% 85% 92% 93%
blood clots after certain types of surgery


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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
nhib.iororARBlfor LeftVenlri(ular 99% 93% 94% 96%
Systolic Dysfunclion ([VSD)

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: hospitalcompare.hhs.gov. This information was made available to the public on 4/10/11.
I No patients met the criteria for inclusion in this measure calculation.


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MESSENGER






Wednesday, July 6, 2011 3


Stone Creek


'Come to the Cabaret, my friend'


- .lltric'i l


Come to the Cabaret
and so the residents
of Stone Creek did
just that. The ballroom at
the Reunion Center was
transformed into a Cabaret
style setting with smaller
tables. Each table had a tea
light candle surrounded
with black and white mar-
bles. Soft accent lights
were around the perimeter
of the room. Three tables
around the room displayed
the abundance of appetiz-
ers.
The Encore Band of Bob
Miller on key board, Stu
Saltman on Sax, Jim
Hutchison on bass and
singers Valerie Ley and
Sandi Saltman played
music for listening and
dancing pleasure. Bob, Stu,
Jim and Sandi are all Stone
Creek residents. You can
contact this band at 352-
414-1960 or e-mail them at
E N C O RE 0 -
CALA@AOL.COM to play
for your listening and danc-
ing pleasure. During the
winter months, Tony
Zecchino of Ocala Palms
joins the band as their
drummer
This event was co-
chaired by Jane Siegel and
Amy Schwartz of the Cul-
ture Vulture's Club. Jane
and Amy would like to
thank Mimi Miller for pro-
viding many of the appe-
tizer recipes; Muriel

Vendors wanted
for church sales
The Church of the Ad-
vent will hold its annual
Trash to Treasure sale out-
doors on Sat. Sept. 24.
A rain date of Oct. 1 is
planned.
Flea market and food
vendors are invited to at-
tend. Spaces are 10 x 1 0
and rent for $15.
Call Al Sickle 352 208
5664or Maryanne Brennan
352 454 6715 for registra-
tion form and other infor-
mation.
Crafters for Ascension
Lutheran Church's Craft
Fair, Nov 12, are wanted by
those planning the event.
Call Arlene at the church,
624-0066.

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Levine for the beautiful
decorations and ticket
sales; Barry Browne for
sound and accent lighting
that added to the ambi-
ence. They had many other
volunteers who sold tick-
ets, set-up and cleaned-up
and made the delicious ap-
petizers. Thanks to all who
gave of their time and tal-
ents to make this evening
so enjoyable.


This event sponsored by
the Culture Vultures was a
fundraiser. The club is
raising money to purchase
a Yamaha CLP-265 GP
Clavinova Digital Baby
Grand Piano for the Re-
union Center. This piano
would be enjoyed by all
residents and would espe-
cially be used by the Stone
Creek Music Group, the
newly formed Glee Club


and for any performances
needing a piano. The piano
is digital so songs, like the
Star Spangled Banner, can
be programmed to be
played.
One hundred residents
came to the Cabaret and
had a wonderful time
while raising money for the
piano! Thanks to all who
volunteered to make this
evening a success!


Many people made the event possible including, left to
right, Muriel Levine,Jane Siegle and Amy Schwartz.


The band Encore includes, left to right, Stu Saltman,Valerie Levy, Bob Miller and Jim
Hutchison.

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ADOPT

continued from Page 1
Thousands of miles of highway
are adopted each year by groups
and organizations in order to make
a difference in their local commu-
nities. This eases the load of DOT
work crews, enabling them to de-
vote more time to other road main-
tenance and special highway
projects. The volunteers' reward is
civic pride that comes from knowing
they have made a difference.
Although S.W 95th Street Road is
only a small section of one highway,
it is an example of what can be done
by a few dedicated volunteers, with
some hard work, to maintain
Florida's natural beauty


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DRAMA

continued from Page 1
last three years work, in-
cluding the curriculum
taught, shows the drama
department has produced,
news articles and corre-
spondence and photo-
graphs of students' work,
Shelley said.
Out of 2,000 high schools
nominated across the
United States and Canada,
West Port was one of only
48 schools selected to per-
form and the only Florida
school to travel this year.
For ticket information,
sales and reservations call
897-0477 or go to www.tick-
etderbycom.
For more information
about the Scotland trip
contact Janet Shelley, West
Port High School Theatre
Director at 352-291-4000.
The Insomniac Theatre
is located at 1 E. Silver
Springs Blvd., Ocala.
Those wishing to donate
to the cause may send do-
nations to the West Port
High School, Drama De-
partment, 3733 S.W 80th
Ave., Ocala, Fl., 34481.

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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.
Problems getting the Messenger: If your community is listed above and
the Messenger is not deliver to you or you are having trouble getting the
paper from boxes around the S.R. 40 and SR 27 areas, call 854-3986.

CONTACT INFORMATION
(352) 854-3986 Fax (352) 854-9277
8810 S.W. State Road 200, Suite 104, Ocala, FL 34481

*Editor- Michel Northsea
* Circulation - Barbara Jaggers
I* inside Sales/Office Coordinator- Debbie Crawford
*Advertising Sales-Tom Rapplean and Susie Mirabile
* Regional Manager- John Provost

Deadline for news:
Friday 1 p.m. the week before publication.
4'PF Member of the Community Papers of Florida
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352-854-3986 or send by e-mail to
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Community news and photos must be received by 4 pm Friday
Friday the week before publication. Mail and photos
may be left at the Messenger office in Kingsland Display Ads
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We have just cele-
brated "Indepen-
dence Day," or as
we say, "The Fourth of
July" This is the 235th
birthday of our country
During the American Rev-
olution, the legal separa-
tion of the American
colonies from Great
Britain occurred on July 2,
1776, when the Second
Continental Congress
voted to approve a resolu-
tion of independence that
had been proposed in June
by Richard Henry Lee of
Virginia. After voting for
independence, Congress
turned its attention to the
Declaration of Independ-


ence. As we know, Thomas
Jefferson was the principal
author of this document.
Congress debated and re-
vised the Declaration; fi-
nally approving it on July 4,
1776. Most delegates actu-
ally signed the Declaration
on Aug. 2, 1776. Only two of
the men who signed the
Declaration of Independ-
ence were to later become
president of our country -
John Adams and Thomas
Jefferson. It is interesting
to note that these two men
died on the same day, July
4, 1826, the 50th anniver-
sary of the USA In 1778,
General George Washing-
ton celebrated the day by
giving his soldiers a double
ration of rum and also an
artillery salute. Today, mil-
itary bases give a "salute to
the union" by firing one
gun for each state at noon
on July 4.
In 1870, Congress made
the day an "unpaid" holi-
day for federal employees.
It wasn't until 1938 that
Congress made Independ-
ence Day a paid federal


holiday We often sing or
listen to our patriotic songs
on this special day We
have many beautiful songs
about our country - God
Bless America, America
the Beautiful, This Land is
Your Land, America, and
many others.
The lyrics for America
the Beautiful were written
by Katharine Lee Bates, an
instructor at Wellesley Col-
lege in Massachusetts. In
1893, Ms. Bates made a trip
to the top of Pikes Peak
and was so inspired by the
beauty of the surroundings,
she wrote the poem, Amer-
ica, the Beautiful. If you
have ever traveled in this
part of Colorado, you can
understand the inspiration
Ms. Bates must have felt. I
will never forget my first
trip there and seeing the
Rocky Mountains in their
splendor. I have heard oth-
ers say they immediately
began singing this song
upon seeing the Rocky
Mountains for the first
time.
The poem was printed


for the first time on July 4,
1895, in a weekly journal,
The Congregationalist. Ms.
Bates revised the lyrics in
1904, and again in 1913.
The poem was not always
sung to the tune we know.
At first the words were
sung to any tune that would
fit - most often to '"Auld
Lang Syne." The tune we
now use was composed in
1882 by Samuel A. Ward
and called "Materna." The
words and the music by
Samuel Ward were first
published together in 1910.
In fact, in 1926, the Na-
tional Federation of Music
Clubs held a contest to put
the words to different
music; none was deter-
mined to be more accept-
able. Therefore, we will
continue to sing this beau-
tiful song as we learned it
early in life.
The unofficial national
anthem of our great coun-
try is God Bless America, a
beautiful song written by

Please see SONGS, Page 8


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people we want to see as
well as special events in
the lives of our family
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just such a week as we
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Live entertainment
at evening 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.
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
7th during the market.
Circle Square Commons
is located adjacent to On
Top of the World Commu-
nities at 8405 SW 80th St in
Ocala.
On the screen at
Marion Theatre
Now showing is Trans-
formers 3, Dark of the
Moon in 3-D.
Coming July 15 is Harry
Potter and the Deathly
Hallows, part two, in 2-D
and 3-D.
Call Chris May 352-207-
3460, Marion Theatre Man-
ager, for showtimes
Freemasons opens lodge
for history lesson
Fans of the movies "The
Da Vinci Code", "The Lost
Symbol" and "National
Treasure", as well as the
popular television channel
"The History Channel"
should take note: some of
the "secrets" and mysteries
of the Freemasons will be
unveiled in Ocala on Fri-
day, July 22nd, 2011 from
6:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m.
For one of the rare times
in its 162-year history, the
Marion-Dunn Masonic
Lodge of Ocala will open
its doors to the public for a
look at the age-old rituals


and ancient symbols of the
world's oldest fraternal or-
ganization.
You'll learn how this
global fraternity donates
millions of dollars daily to
charitable causes which
included children with
hearing disorders, burn
victims and blinding eye
disease research.
The Lodge may be con-
tacted at 694-2462. The
Lodge may also be found
on Facebook at "Marion-
Dunn Masonic Lodge #19".
Concert Band
sets dates
The Kingdom of the Sun
Concert Band offers a sum-
mer concert "By Request"
on Saturday, July 23 at 2:00


pm, and on Sunday, July 24
at 3:00 pm.
Admission is FREE and
open to the public.
Selections include: "In a
Persian Market"; "Selec-
tions from Grease"; "Soar-
ing with John Williams";
"Music of the Night" from
The Phantom of the Opera;
George & Ira Gershwin's
"How Long Has This Been
Going On?"; "If My Friends
Could See Me Now" from
Broadway's Sweet Charity,
among others.
The concert is at the
Marion Technical Institute
(formerly Forest High
School), 1614 E. Fort King
St, Ocala
For more information,
please call 624-9291 or
check out the band's web-


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material. A check made out
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Senior Learning Institute


The Senior Learning In-
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Central Florida will offer a
Cary Grant Film Festival
course beginning in July
The course includes an
exploration of Cary Grant's
most interesting and enjoy-
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Irving Berlin, and made
popular by Kate Smith. Irv-
ing Berlin immigrated to
this country from Siberia
when he was only five
years old. The original ver-
sion of this song was writ-
ten in 1918 at Camp Upton,
located in Yaphank, Long
Island. It was written for a
Ziegfield-style revue.
Berlin decided that the
tone of the song was not in
keeping with the comedy
show. The music was put
aside until 1938, when war
was threatening Europe. At
this time, he revised his
original version. The verse
begins with the words,
"While the storm clouds
gather far across the sea,
let us swear allegiance to a
land that's free." On
Armistice Day, 1938, Kate
Smith introduced this re-
vised version during her
radio broadcast. It became
an immediate hit. Irving
Berlin established the God
Bless America Fund, dedi-
cating the royalties to the
Boy and Girl Scouts of
America.
God Bless America!


Angels Have Wings," "Ar-
senic and Old Lace," "To
Catch a Thief," "House-
boat" and "Charade." Par-
ticipants will be
encouraged to contribute
to class discussion on his
acting style and how it af-
fected his co-stars and di-
rectors.
The course will be of-
fered Wednesdays, July 20
through Aug. 17, from 1 to
3:30 p.m. at the CF Ocala
Campus, 3001 S.W College
Road. The fee is $8 for Sen-
ior Institute members and


$50 for nonmembers.
The Senior Learning In-
stitute was founded in 1992
and was sponsored by CF
to promote continuing edu-
cation, learning opportuni-
ties, quality leisure time
and social interaction for
residents 50 and better.
Thse institute is nationally
recognized as a premier
postsecondary educational
program for the 50-plus
learners. For more infor-
mation or to register, call
352-854-2322, ext. 1675, or
visit CFItraining.cf.edu.


King Crossword


ACROSS
1 Watched
5 Taxpayer's
addressee
(Abbr.)
8 Injure
12 Mexican
street band
14 Piece of
work
15 Small
prison cell
16 - fide
17 Comedian
DeLuise
18 Family
name on
both "Full
House"
and "ALF"
20 Censor's
sound
23 Mattel
subdivision
24 Ointment
25 Lockable
money
container
28 Syllable
often follow-
ing a dot
29 Donny's
sister
30 Martini
ingredient
32 Orator's
perch
34 Clench
35 Longtime
baseball
pitcher Jim
36 "... - finest
hour"
37 Lowly
servant
40 Exist


41 Thing
42 Television set
47 Wound cover
48 Lone
49 "Comin'
- the Rye"
50 Booker T.'s
backup band
51 Courtroom
cry

DOWN
1 Type squares
2 Deviate off
course
3 Before
4 Crown
5 Nuclear
weapon
(Abbr.)
6 Letter after
pi
7 Famous
route


8 Mingle (with)
9 "Once - a
time"
10 Mysterious
letter
11 Despot
13 On
19 Liniment tar
get
20 English
channel?
21 Cambodia
neighbor
22 Ticklish
Muppet
23 Fortune-tell-
ing deck
25 Occult
doctrine
26 Shrek, for
example
27 Romans'
unlucky
number?


29 Film-rating
org.
31 "All Things
Considered"
airer
33 With hands
on hips
34 Urban sub
section
36 "Star Trek:
TNG" role
37 Waterfall
effect
38 Engrave
39 Approach
40 Isn't healthy
43 Pooch
44 Biscay or
Biscayne
45 Raw mineral
46 Alphabet
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