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Place of Publication: Ocala, Florida
Publication Date: 12-12-2012
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INDEX Rev. Snyder..........2 Happenings..........4 Quail Meadow......6 Fairfield Village12 V O L U M E 6 N U M B E R 3 7 W E D N E S D A Y D e c e m b e r 1 2 2 0 1 2 Puzzles Page 9 Bridge opensPage 11 PHOTOS BY JIM CLARKRemembering Pearl HarborA ceremony remembering the attack on Pearl Harbor was held on Friday, Dec. 7, at Veterans Memorial Park in Ocala. Above, members of Rolling Thunder Chapter 3 are among those singing the National Anthem. More photos, Page 7. Patrick Kennedy of Evangeline Booth Apartments was there to remembetr his cousin, Atticus Lee Blanton, who didnt make it off the Arizona on Dec. 7, 1941. Francis Marion Military Academy presents the colors. On Nov. 29, eight Ocala Palms Residents traveled to the Florida National Guard Headquarters in St. Augustine. The purpose of the trip was for the Florida Military Family Assistance Fund to present to the Florida National Guard Foundation, a check in the amount of $34,600. This contribution was a result of monies raised from the fourth annual Veterans Day Charity Golf Tournament which was held on Nov. 10. This money goes into an Emergency Relief Fund dedicated for active duty soldiers and their families who are in financial need. The check was presented by John and Pat De Jesus to Major General Emmett Titshaw Jr., Adjutant General FNG, General James D. Tyre, Asst. Adjutant GeneralArmy FNG, and BG (Ret) Richard Capps, Pres. FNG Foundation. In attendance from the Florida Military Family Assistance Fund were: John DeJesus, President, Terry Sutton, Vice President, Pat De Jesus, Secretary/Treasurer and the following committee volunteers: Rene & Tom Hopkins, Peggy and Sam Maragioglio and Bob Ruddick. The support of residents from Ocala Palms was overwhelmingly appreciated by members of the Florida National Guard who were also present. Ocala Palms presents check to Florida National Guard The check presenation in St. Augustine. Motorists traveling on the below-listed roads in northwestern Marion will experience temporary road closures as follows: Dec. 13-14: Intersection of Northwest 14th Avenue and Northwest 68th Place due to the installation of underground stormwater pipe and construction activity associated with the Ocala Highlands Estates Stormwater Retrofit Project. The closures will be in effect during daylight hours only. Through Dec. 21 (continuance of work): Northwest 100th Street between County Road 225A and Northwest 60th Avenue due to construction associated with the Northwest 100th Street at Northwest 60th Avenue Re-alignment Project. Only access to local residences will be maintained. Proper signage, barricades and barriers will guide travelers through and around the work areas. Motorists are encouraged to use alternate routes when possible. Adverse weather conditions or other unforeseen circumstances may affect the work schedule. Local roads face closure Marion County Democrats last week reelected by acclamation their state committee representatives Joyce Blake and Rick Perry as well as local chairman Reginald Landers, Jr.; vice chairman Millie Grissom, and treasurer Michelle Kudrna. Stephanie Miller, one of the many stalwarts of the campaign who will be saluted at a gathering at the Democratic Headquarters on Dec. 15, was elected secretary and Diane Schrier, Angela White and Diana Williams became atlarge precinct captains. Democrats are invited to a holiday potluck party next Monday, Dec.17, during which they are asked to contribute to an angel tree for a Belleview family in Democrats elect local slate of officers Please see DEMOCRATS Page 3

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Iwill confess right up front to a certain degree of confusion. The Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage will corroborate this confession. So many things confuse me; I am not sure where to begin, and once I begin, where in the world will it stop? I have been married for over 41 years but I must confess, not to the same woman. Oh yes, it is the same woman with the same name but it is not the same woman I married 41 years ago. Where is that young woman I married? When first married, I thought I knew everything there was to know about women and wives in particular. I do not know if it is the ensuing years but I am rather confused about this whole matter of being married. I suppose that is the mystery of romance. If you ever figure it out it loses its charm. Romance without charm is just an old man and an old woman who have lived together for 41 years. That is just one area of confusion. I harbor no aspiration of unconfusing my level of confusion in that area. There are other areas I could work on that might be a little more productive in this regard. An area particularly that has me greatly confused is the Christmas season with all the Christmas decorations including the ominous Christmas tree. Oh, how I love that old Christmas tree and decorating it and celebrating the whole Christmas spirit. What has been confusing me for the last several years is this uncertainty about the season. Some people do not want to call it the Christmas season; rather they refer to it as the holiday season. What I want to know is, what holiday are we celebrating in December? I know the holiday we celebrate in November, and the other holidays sprinkled throughout the year. In July, for example, nobody calls it a holiday parade.Ž It is the Fourth of July parade, for Petes sake! In February, nobody calls it a holiday banquet.Ž It is a Valentines banquet. Just so everybody knows, nobody will catch me singing a holiday carol.Ž I suppose with all the holidays in this country throughout the year it would be simpler just to call everything a holiday.Ž That would simplify things and help those who cannot keep up with the calendar. I am all for that. It seems the only squabbling that goes on is during the month of December. Actually, the squabbling begins before our turkey dinner has finished digesting. Maybe some people get too much turkey in their system and it clouds their thinking. All they have to do is squabble about something and so the only thing in front of them is the Christmas season. I get that. What I do not get is the level of anger directed in this direction. It would seem that the Christmas season offers a huge threat to our society. We cannot call our Christmas tree a Christmas tree; it has to be called a holiday tree. Everybody knows, the word Christmas treeŽ is some kind of code inviting disaster on our society. I have never heard anybody define or describe what that disaster would look like. What amazes me is simply that this is a huge issue in some peoples minds. Nothing is more dangerous to society than this. The word ChristmasŽ carries with it more danger to our society than the ominous financial cliff we are facing, the threat of terrorism in our own country and Lindsay Lohan at 4 a.m. What is more confusing to me is that these people who are trying to protect our society from anything religious wants to substitute the word holidayŽ for the word Christmas.Ž It just shows the level of education in our country has not kept up with the times. I know it has been a long time since I have been in school, but I do know that certain words have certain definitions. Do the people who object to anything religious understand that the word holiday comes from the phrase holy day?Ž I am not a PhD but I do know that the phrase holy dayŽ has religious roots. So, I am really confused along this line. On the one hand, we are not to use the word ChristmasŽ because of its religious connotations. At the same time, we are supposed to use the word holidayŽ which in every dictionary in the land means holy day.Ž I could be corrected along this line, but in my thinking the phrase, holy dayŽ has some very distinct religious roots. When I hear somebody complaining along this line, and they do it so vehemently, I have a question as to their sanity. It does not make sense to me. Christmas is a holy day but we are not allowed to think of it as a holy day just use the term holiday.Ž Now I am really confused. Is it a holiday or a holy day? Is it sacred or is it secular? What holiday does a holiday tree really celebrate? I like what the apostle Paul wrote, Let no man therefore judge you in meat, or in drink, or in respect of an holyday, or of the new moon, or of the Sabbath daysŽ (Colossians 2:16 KJV). I will not allow any mans objections affect my celebration of the Christmasseason. To quote from a great secular classic, God bless us, everyone.ŽRev. James L. Snyder is pastor of the Family of God Fellowship, PO Box 831313, Ocala, FL 34483. He lives with his wife, Martha, in Silver Springs Shores. Call him at 1-866552-2543 or e-mail jamessnyder2@att.net. His web site is www.jamessnyderministries.com. 2 Wednesday, December 12, 2012 messengermessenger MESSENGER messengermessengermessengermessengermessengermessenger 0 0 0 D F P 1 Locally Owned IP Resort $159 pp/dbl € Beau Rivage $175 pp/dbl SOT #36723 Biloxi Ca$ino Tours 3 Nights January 07-10 01/21, 02/04, 02/18, 03/04 Chance to win $50 CASH ONE FREE TRIP GIVEN AWAY EACH MONTH 352-840-0333 www.LauraKaneTravel.com € Includes $55 in freeplay & two breakfast vouchers € Ask about the 5 for $50 deal € Tour Escort Janet Stefan € Deluxe motor coach/3 nts. hotel € Games played on the bus € Refreshments served on bus 000DGZN F INDING J OY Crossroads Church Christmas Production Free admission 8070 SW 60th Ave., Ocala, Fl, 34476 Phone: 352-291-2080 Crossroadscog.net December 15th and 16th @ 6PM 000DH3H RAY ONSTRUCTION Crayconst.com Crayconst.com SCREEN SCREEN DOOR DOOR 000DEEZ What holiday does a holiday tree celebrate? James Snyder Ocala West Church of the Nazarene lists scheduled for Advent, ChristmasAdvent schedule:Morning Worship Advent Sermon series at 10:30 a.m.: Dec. 16, Recognizing Christ at ChristmasŽ Dec. 23, How to Know God is Real.ŽSpecial Christmas evening events at 6 p.m.Dec. 23 Childrens program and candlelight service. Dec. 24, Christmas Eve Communion Service. We welcome you. Please join us in making this Christmas as special time of worship! Ocala West Church of the Nazarene is at 5884 S.W. 60th Ave., (Airport Road) Ocala. Our webpage is www.ocalawestnaz.org. Please use our e-mail editor@westmarionmessenger.com 000DI1V

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Ocala Health has announced that the Florida Department of Health, Office of Trauma, has approved their application for Provisional Level II Trauma Center designation at Ocala Regional Medical Center. This designation provides Trauma Service Area (TSA) 6, composed of Marion, Hernando, and Citrus counties, with its first and only trauma center. Ocala Regional Medical Center began receiving all patients who meet trauma alert criteria as put forth by the State of Florida, as of 7 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 8. This designation means we can now provide residents of Marion and surrounding counties with trauma care in their own community and ensure that critically injured patients have access to treatment faster, which could mean the difference between life and death,Ž explains Randy McVay, Chief Executive Officer, Ocala Health. We are proud to be able to meet a true community need for easier access to comprehensive trauma care when minutes matter.Ž The golden hour refers to a time period lasting from a few minutes to several hours following traumatic injury, during which there is the highest likelihood that prompt medical treatment will help to decrease death and disability. Prior to Ocala Regional gaining provisional status, EMS and first responder teams were required to transport patients to facilities outside TSA 6 to centers in Gainesville and Tampa. The development of a trauma program was a natural next step in the evolution of Ocala Regional Medical Center and is a very proud milestone for Ocala Health. More than $6.5 million has already been invested in developing the program, which is part of the USF/HCA Trauma Network. Community hospitals like Ocala Regional are able to meet local needs for trauma services through affiliations with major academic universities and medical schools. Ocala Regional Medical Center joins five other hospitals in the USF/HCA Trauma Network, which was created to complement the States existing trauma system, and to provide better access to those citizens living in currently underserved areas,Ž said James M. Hurst, MD, FACS, Professor of Surgery, USF, and USF/HCA Trauma Network Medical Director. We look forward to working with Ocala Health to improve access to trauma care throughout Marion, Hernando and Citrus Counties.Ž Darwin Noel Ang, MD, PhD, FACS, Medical Director of Trauma Services at Ocala Regional Medical Center, is also the Director of the USF/HCA Trauma Research and Analysis Center. This Center combines the resources of Morsani College of Medicine, USFs School of Public Health and the USF/HCA Trauma Network in quality and outcomes research. For the last nine months, Ocala Health leadership and staff have been working on several fronts to prepare to care for the communitys most critically injured patients. Significant efforts included construction of a rooftop helipad and resuscitation rooms in the Emergency Department, critical care training for staff at all levels of patient care, and the addition of more than 40 new staff members and 15 specialists. messengermessenger MESSENGER messengermessengermessengermessengermessengermessenger Wednesday, December 12, 2012 3 000DAVM Boarding Grooming Look for us Look for us $ 99 00 000DEGX J a s m i n e P l a z a € 3 5 2 4 0 1 0 0 0 1 Jasmine Plaza € 352-401-0001 6 1 6 0 S W S R 2 0 0 U n i t 1 0 4 € O c a l a F l o r i d a 3 4 4 7 6 6160 SW SR 200 Unit 104 € Ocala, Florida 34476 H O L I D A Y H O U R S : M O N F R I 1 0 5 € S A T 1 0 2 HOLIDAY HOURS: MON.-FRI. 10-5 € SAT. 10-2 Readers Choice Winner € Jewelry Store 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 www.jandjjewelersocala.com All repairs done on premises. B ATTERIES $ 8 00 + tax HOLIDAY SALE 10-40% OFF STOREWIDE 000DFFD Eyecare hours are: M T TH F 8:30 -5:00; W 1:00-6:00 Select Sat. are available United Health Care Medicare and Blue Cross Blue Shield Provider Heath Brook Commons (next to Publix) 5400 SW College Rd/Highway 200, Suite 106, Ocala, FL 34474 Dr. James A. Muse B o a r d C e r t i f i e d Board Certified O p t o m e t r i c P h y s i c i a n Optometric Physician Our commitment to personalized eyecare... Your eyes are our masterpiece. museumeyecare@live.com Need a NEW Optometrist? Transfer Prescriptions and or Records Call 352-622-3937 000DF5I MUSEUM EYECARE 000DCON dire need. Tickets for the Inaugural Celebration dinner/dance at the Ocala Hilton are now available.. Only 300 are available at $50 each. Please visit MarionDems.org. for inforDEMOCRATScontinued from Page 1 Read the classifieds ORMC approved as provisional Level 2 trauma center Please use our e-mail editor@westmarionmessenger.com

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4 Wednesday, December 12, 2012 messengermessenger MESSENGER messengermessengermessengermessengermessengermessenger Attend the worship service of your choice... Christ the King 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 South Sanctuary Christ the King Anglican Church Anglican Church 000dbzy 000CKU2 6768 SW 80th Street Ocala 34476 352-861-6182 www.ccomc.org S UNDAY S ERVICES Sunday School . . . . . . . . 9:30 am Worship Service . . . . . . 10:30 am Weekly Activities Wednesday Bible Study . 7:00 pm S ENIOR P ASTOR D AVID B ELLOWS 000D64L Christ Anglican Church 950 N.W. 70th Street (SR 326) Ocala, Florida 34475 352-351-8059 www.cac-ocala.org Service & Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Visitors Are Always Welcom e The Only Church of the True 1928 Book of Common Prayer (Episcopal) 000D9ZT Where JESUS is LORD, and YOU are Loved. Services: Sunday School : 9:30am Morning Worship: 10:30am Thursday: 6:00pm Meeting at: 145 S.W. 78th Court Ocala, Florida 352-690-7596 B I B L I C A L F O U N D A T I O N C H U R C H 0 0 0 D 7 9 5 Charlie Green Pastor 351-1106 1700 NW 60th Ave. Ocala www.newlifeocala.com Sunday 10:30am Wednesday 7:00pm is discovered through worshiping together 711187 000DHP9 Market Street Across From Barnes & Noble 4414 SW College Rd., Ocala Mon.-Sat. 10-7 Sun. 12-5 20% OFF *20% off storewide, excluding previously reduced items Internal Medicine Associates Of OcalaBoard Certifications in Internal Medicine and Geriatrics000DFLX Sharon Marques M.D. Thomas Mohan ARNP K.N. Reddy M.D. Connie L. Hartley ARNP Herma Baker FNP-BCOFFICE LOCATIONS:4840 S U.S. Hwy. 41, Dunnellon(352) 489-5152 1623 SW 1St Ave., Ocala(352) 732-9844 9401 SW Hwy. 200, Bldg. 500 Ste. 501 & 502, Ocala(352) 854-9991Ask About Weight Loss Programs!!€ High Blood Pressure€ Diabetes € Weight Loss€ Womens Health € All Arthritic Problems€ Heart Disease € Lung Problems€ Complete PhysicalsCall For An Appt. Today!352-414-5312ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS! Free Screenings! ARIES (March 21 to April 19) TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) CANCER (June 21 to July 22) LEO (July 23 to Aug. 22) VIRGO (Aug. 23 to Sept. 22) LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 19) AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 to Feb. 18) PISCES (Feb. 19 to March 20) BORN THIS WEEK: W e d n e s d a y D e c 1 2 M a g i c c o m e s t o F r e e d o m P u b l i c L i b r a r y On Wednesday, Dec. 12, at 3:30 p.m., magician Brian LaPalme performs for the enjoyment of patrons of all ages. A professional magician since 1976, LaPalme is a 25-year member of the International Brotherhood of Magicians, the Order of Merlin. Presented by the Friends of Freedom Public Library. S a t u r d a y D e c 1 5 C h u r c h o f f e r s C h r i s t m a s d i n n e r Members of the Pentecostal Trinity Church in Florida Highlands will host a Christmas dinner on Dec. 15. A hayride at 5 p.m. is followed by the dinner at 6 p.m. The church is at 9987 S.W. 155th St., in Florida Highlands. S u n d a y D e c 1 6 C h a n g e d b y a B a b y B o y Join the Worship Choir as they share musically how Read the classifieds Happenings one little baby changed the world in the Christmas Story Changed by a Baby Boy,Ž 10:30 a.m. Christs Church of Marion County, 6768 S.W. 80th St. (off State Road 200), Ocala. Call 352-861-6182 or www.ccomc.org.T u e s d a y D e c 1 8 O c a l a H a r m o n y C h o r u sThe Ocala Harmony Chorus returns to Freedom Public Library at 3:30 on Tuesday, Dec. 18. This group was such a success last year that we brought them back to perform holiday favorites for you. Join us for lively entertainment guaranteed to put you in the holiday spirit. Presented by the Friends of Freedom Public Library.W e d n e s d a y D e c 1 9 C h r i s t m a s e v e n t a t C a r m i n e  sA special Christmas event is planned at Carmines Cafe in Ocala for Dec. 19. From 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., soprano Carolyn Eaton will be singing all the Christmas songs you know, and some you dont. Come enjoy outstanding Italian food, and great entertainment. Reservations can be made on-line at Carminesocala.com or by calling 352854-1000.T h u r s d a y D e c 2 0 A i r F o r c e g r o u p t o m e e tThe Red Tail Memorial Chapter 136 of the Air Force Association will hold its next meeting on Thursday, Dec. 20 at 7 p.m. a the Ocala International Airport Administration Building 750 S.W. 60th Ave., Ocala. This is the planning meeting for 2013. For more information, call Mike Emig at 352-854-8328.Y o u n g a t H e a r t p r o g r a mYoung at Heart, College Road Baptist Church, has a special treat for the December program. Norman Lee joins us to celebrate the Christmas season on the 20th. He always shares a variety of inspirational songs. Come join us, bring a dish to share. The event will be at noon at 5010 S.W. College Road, phone 352-237-5741.F r i d a y D e c 2 1 T h e C i r c l e o f F r e n c h F r i e n d sLe Cercle Des Amis Franais meets on the third Friday of every month from 11 a.m. to noon at the Marion County Sheriffs Office Community Conference Room located at 9048 Highway 200, about 1/4 mile from Wal-Mart. The club promotes all things French; language, culture and fun. You do not have to be a fluent speaker to join the group. Guests are welcome at any meeting. Call Marie McNeil at 352-509-4940 for more information. Our next meeting is Dec. 21.S a t u r d a y J a n 1 2 C h a i r y o g a a t F r e e d o m L i b r a r yChair yoga will take place at the Freedom Public Library from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m., and will continue on Jan. 19, Jan. 26 and Feb.2 For information, call Ingrid Crane at 352-854-7950.K n i g h t s o f C o l u m b u s d i n n e r d a n c eThe Knights of Columbus, Council 8510 of Dunnellon, will sponsor a dinner dance on Saturday, Jan. 12 at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church. The parish hall is just south of the intersection of Highways 40 and 41. Tickets are available from the parish office or by phone order from the Knights of Columbus. Tickets are $15 per person. The dance will feature live music by the Country Sunshine Band, a cash bar, and a country style dinner. To reserve a table (10 to 16 people) or to pre-order tickets, call 352-489-6221. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. with dinner served at 6:30. We feature a 50/50 raffle, a basket raffle, and a door prize. Proceeds go to local charities.

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messengermessenger MESSENGER messengermessengermessengermessengermessengermessenger Wednesday, December 12, 2012 5 000DHAL Opening in January Call now for an appt. 352-512-0733 Se habla Espaol Proudly announces the opening of a new office for Marion Countys children and adults The Dental Team of Ocala 2609 SW 33rd St. Suite 104 Jessica Fernandez, D.D.S and Julio Sanchez, D.D.S Accepting Medicaid, Healthy Kids and most dental insurances. Drs. Julio Sanchez and Jessica Fernandez D.D.S

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6 Wednesday, December 12, 2012 messengermessenger MESSENGER messengermessengermessengermessengermessengermessenger Federal Government Insurance Code #104, #105, Quail Meadow decorates clubhouse for holidays About 25 residents turned out last week to decorate the clubhouse for the holidays. It was unbelievable how quickly the men put the tree together. In past years it has taken much longer to complete this task. After the tree was assembled, the women all joined in to add the ornaments and other decorations. Santa must have come early because there were new decorations that no one knew about. If you havent seen the inside of the clubhouse, make an effort to do so this month. While the music was playing and everyone was enjoying hot chocolate, eggnog, and cookies, Santa arrived! It was like being a child again, sitting with Santa and having a picture taken. Our thanks go to everyone who helped make this a successful night; especially to Santa for visiting, and Marion Gartman for taking the pictures. Have you noticed the lighted sign in front of the clubhouse? We can now see the reminders of upcoming events. This is something that has been discussed for a long time and finally action was taken. We can thank Bobby Dempsey, Bob Tobin, Earle Talley, and Ron Gartman for their expertise in wiring the sign and putting it all together. What better and safer way to spend New Years Eve than with friends and neighbors at the clubhouse. The festivities will begin at 9 p.m. Tickets (for $1 donation) are available from Lil Carie. If you need to get in the Christmas spirit, drive by Earle and Pat Talleys home. Earle has outdone himself this year with the lights and music. Carolyn Slocumb The group that decorated the clubhouse is shown with Santa. Santa telling Frank Christopher to "be a good boy." Maryanne Ellner with the Menorah. Teresa Bachand. Santa with Mrs. Santa (Pat Talley).Ron and Carolyn Mowrey.Theresa and Dave Yoders.

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messengermessenger MESSENGER messengermessengermessengermessengermessengermessenger Wednesday, December 12, 2012 7 John M. Boyett, Jr. Financial Advisor Free Investment Reviews 352-237-2008 € 800-757-3129 8441 SW Hwy. 200, Ste. 119 € Ocala Fl 34481 www.edwardjones.com Member SIP C 000DE3M 000DAC7 000DFON EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY Holiday Savings! We are extending a special By Invitation OnlyŽ savings opportunity to you. Come see the savings options available to you on selected apartments. RSVP Today Call 352-671-1700 today to schedule an appointment. € All Inclusive Retirement Lifestyle € 24/7 Live-In Managers for Peace of Mind € Delicious Chef-Prepared Dining € Weekly Housekeeping € Fun Activities € Your Pets Will Love It! And so much moreƒit really is all inclusive! M A R I O N W O O D S M ARION W OODS I N D E P E N D E N T R E T I R E M E N T L I V I N G I NDEPENDENT R ETIREMENT L IVING 1661 SE 31st Street, Ocala, FL 34471 ~ 352-671-1700 www.marion-woods.net Sign a lease by December 31 SAVE OVER $7,500! Cribs, Swings, Pack-N-Plays, Chairs, Safety Gates and More.Packages from $50/weekWe deliver and setup!352-895-0101CribsToYou@gmail.com000DENU Best of the Best four years in a row HOURS: Mon. Fri. 10am 5pm Hearing Aid Centers A NAME YOU CAN TRUST WITH OVER 1500 LOCATIONS NATIONWIDE FREE HEARING AIDS FOR ALL FEDERAL WORKERS & RETIREES *No Co-Pay or Exam Fee Inside Walmart Hwy. 200 & Corner 484, Ocala 352-291-1467 000DF1Y Inside Crystal River Mall Across from K-Mart 352-795-1484 Inside Sears Paddock Mall 352-237-1665 F e d e r a l G o v e r n m e n t I n s u r a n c e C o d e # 1 0 4 # 1 0 5 # 1 1 1 o r # 1 1 2 C H E C K Y O U R Q U A L I F I C A T I O N S C A L L 3 5 2 2 9 1 1 4 6 7 BC/BS LIMIT 1 COUPON PER VISIT. € LIMIT 2 PACKS PER VISIT. One More Week! BATTERIES PREMIUM ZINC BATTERIES 99 ¢ FREE HEARING TEST FREE REPAIRS (IN OFFICE ONLY) HEARING AID Fits 30 DB Loss Full Shell #ME200 $ 695 .00 More photos from Pearl Harbor ceremony at Veterans Park PHOTOS BY JIM CLARKJohn Earl was dressed for the part as he played his bagpipes during the ceremony at Veterans Memorial Park on Dec. 7. Above, a plaque on the south wall of the park. Below, the memorial wreath. Randy West of Rolling Thunder Chapter 3 delivers the invocation.

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8 Wednesday, December 12, 2012 messengermessenger MESSENGER messengermessengermessengermessengermessengermessenger West Marion Messenger 8810 W. State Road 200, suite 104, Ocala, FL 34481; or e-mail editor@westmarionmessenger.com Opinion Among Friends Flyover (or bridge) has its grand opening Protect your valuables and yourself We dont like to keep harping on anything, but we are constantly hearing about new scams that are meant to separate residents of Marion County from their money. Add to that the danger of theft during the holidays, and it can be an unsafe time for many. So we are going to repeat what should be some common sense rules. 1. Never give out personal information over the phone unless you initiated the call. You never know, despite what the other caller might say, who you are talking to and what is going to be done with your information. Something as innocuous as your date of birth can open the door for all sorts of con artists and identity thieves. 2. Never let a stranger into your home if you didnt initiate the contact. Providing access to some people is like saying, Here, rob me.Ž 3. If you hire someone to do work on the inside of your home, never let them out of your sight. Things can disappear quickly and quietly if youre not careful. Something as simple as letting an outdoor worker in to use the restroom can provide him access to things you might not want him to have. If you do allow this, make sure you watch to see that he doesnt go to any other room in the house. 4. When you are shopping, protect your purse and/or wallet at all times. Sometimes it might be better to carry just your keys, driver license and credit or debit card. 5. When using your debit card, make sure no one is looking when you punch in your PIN. And never leave the register until youre sure the transaction has completely cleared so the person behind you has to start over. 6. If youre shopping in more than one store, dont leave items visible in your car where people can see whats in there. It only takes seconds for a smash and grab.Ž 7. When your car is left outside all night, make sure its locked and you have the keys. And dont leave a key in a secretŽ place on your car. Burglars all know where to look first. So just follow common sense during the next couple of weeks, and youll have a much merrier Christmas than if you dont. Our Message PUBLISHER: GERRY MULLIGAN REGIONALMANAGER: JOHN PROVOST EDITOR: JIM CLARK MessengerWEST MARION Editorial Guest Column Rebuild: Outside in or inside out?BY JIM FLYNN When he was in a mood to expand his empire, Napoleon Bonaparte derogated the British, as a nation of shopkeepers, unfit for a war against France. The Little Corporal,Ž as he was known, did not create the shopkeeper snub. He borrowed it. Napoleon was quoting British economist Adam Smith, who said in his famous book Wealth of NationsŽ that to found a great empire for the sole purpose of raising a nation of customers is a project fit only for a country run by shopkeepers. Smith had borrowed the snarky comment from Samuel Adams, a founding father of the United States. Currently we hear chatter from both sides of the political aisle about encouraging small and medium businesses to produce more jobs, generate more tax revenue, and revitalize the middle class. Sounds good, but how? President Obamas vision is rebuilding the national economy from the middle class out by making more government investments in education, infrastructure, and home grown clean energy. If we lead the world in college graduates by 2020, as the president envisions, will the new middle class be made up of school teachers, construction workers, and renewable energy technicians, all of whom will have college degrees and be indirect employees of the federal government? Mr. Obamas version of Economics 101 is predicated on a theory that the middle class can grow the economy, create jobs into the foreseeable future, and reduce government deficits. As always the middle class would have to contribute considerable tax revenue to finance government investment spending. There is no free ride for workers. When we hear about the presidents ambitious vision, we imagine a nation of shop owners, strip malls, and production of energy in the same way we make maple syrup from indigenous trees. As they say in baseball, thats small ball … singles and bunts. Small ball may be all we can expect for the foreseeable future. Small businesses hire few employees. Five or ten hires in every new business across the nation will not create a spending boom. Despite the vagueness of the presidents visions, we make no endorsement of the old ideas offered by Republicans. As economist Robert Samuelson has observed, their economic ideas are broken models. World demand for U.S. exports is unlikely to grow in the current economy. Even once booming China is having economic difficulties. Were in a worldwide recession, and it isnt going away. During the Bush administration, with the help of a few congressional Democrats, the administration played deaf and dumb for eight years, while mortgage banking was turned into a racket and financial markets were creating make-believe paper money products. The whole economic system was a broken model. Business investment spending, which generates the most economic growth, isnt going to happen until they see more customer demand and less government regulation on the horizon. In the meanwhile, Democrats believe government should spend more to stimulate demand, and Republicans insist business would invest if government would get off their backs. Our guess is the White House visionary will have his way. Reader Opinions Invited The opinions expressed in West Marion Messenger editorials are the opinions of the editorial board of the newspaper. Viewpoints depicted in political cartoons, columns or letters do not necessarily represent the opinion of the editorial board. Groups or individuals are invited to express their opinions in letters to the editor and guest columns. Persons wishing to contact the editor should call 854-3986. All letters must be signed and include a phone number and community name, including letters sent via e-mail. Names and communities will be printed; phone numbers will not be published or given out. We reserve the right to edit letters for length, libel, fairness and good taste. Not all contributons are printed. Letters longer than 350 words may be regarded as columns and printed on a space-available basis, and writers will be limited to one contribution per week. The deadline is one week prior to each Wednesdays issue. Send letters to: The West Marion Messenger Editor, 8810 S.W. State Road 200, suite 104, Ocala, FL 34481; or e-mail editor@westmarionmessenger.com. Jim Clark Editor Those who remember Howard Cosell, the brash sports announcer on television years ago, will recall that one of his favorite sayings was Tell it like it is.Ž He pushed using plain language to describe what was going on, not any fancy words that might tend to hide the truth. No one is suggesting anything sinister here, but I will admit I never heard of the word flyoverŽ with regards to a bridge until I started covering the news here. Every other place Ive been, its been called a bridgeŽ or an overpass.Ž A flyover was something that planes do at veteran ceremonies. But regardless, I felt a real sense of accomplishment as I attended the ribboncutting and opening of the new 42nd Street Flyover last Thursday at the east side of the bridge. I had followed this project since its inception, with the groundbreaking just a little over a year ago, and I marveled at how well the contractor did the job ahead of schedule. But most of all, I was glad to see something that will make travel from west to east in Ocala just a little bit easier. I have to admit, that when the concept was first announced, I didnt think Id still be around when it was finished. But this was the final link connecting State Road 200 with Maricamp Road (also known as State Road 464 in some spots and County Road 464 in others). Im still a little shaky on how traffic will be affected on State Road 200 where the roads intersect. With estimates of 22,000 vehicles a day on the bridge, its reasonable to assume that 11,000 of them will be going west and feeding into the highway. Hows that going to work? Well just wait and see. I walked up to the bridge from my parking spot with Father Patrick Sheedy, pastor of Blessed Trinity Catholic Church and, by extension, Trinity Catholic High School. He pointed out how much easier it would be for the students to come from the west, but he added that they would have to be careful on the road. One of the speakers mentioned that the new road, dubbed Osceola Boulevard, would ease traffic on State Road 200 and the 17th Street corridor. For drivers thats good, but what about the merchants. The stores in the mall, across the road from the mall, and all along 17th Street are going to get thousands fewer cars passing their doors every day. That could really hamper walk-in traffic. The next thing to watch is whats going to happen on 42nd Street just east of the Interstate. Right now, on the south side of the road, theres a whole lot of nothing, and on the north side, once you get west of Hawthorne Village, theres also a lot of vacant land. Presumably, this could become prime commercial sites (theres already a for saleŽ sign on one commercial plot of land), and heres hoping the county and city make sure that there is discipline in permitting the developments (maybe even service roads) as this area grows. For now, though, its a great wide open road, with few traffic lights, side streets and no stop signs. So if you have to go cross-county, use it and enjoy. Just remember, the speed limit is 40, all the way.Jim Clark is the editor of the West Marion Messenger.

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messengermessenger MESSENGER messengermessengermessengermessengermessengermessenger Wednesday, December 12, 2012 9 A R I E S ( M a r c h 2 1 t o A p r i l 1 9 ) Make a start on that new workplace challenge. But get more information before you find yourself too deeply involved without knowing in which direction you should go. T A U R U S ( A p r i l 2 0 t o M a y 2 0 ) You might find things becoming tedious as your schedule slows down for the holidays. Use this time to get information about a possible post-New Year job change. G E M I N I ( M a y 2 1 t o J u n e 2 0 ) The creative Twin finds outlets for her or his ideas in the early part of the week. The practical Twin takes it a step further and rallies support to turn the ideas into reality. C A N C E R ( J u n e 21 t o J u l y 2 2 ) Its time to stop being intimidated by someones negative behavior. Start taking positive steps on your own to help strengthen your position down the line. L E O ( J u l y 2 3 t o A u g 2 2 ) Look closely at that socalled golden opportunity. Best to be a cautious Cat who approaches things slowly, than one who pounces without knowing where youll land. V I R G O ( A u g 2 3 t o S e p t 2 2 ) Your apology can resolve that personal situation before it overshadows the holidays. Youll feel better, even if youre only partly to blame for what happened. L I B R A ( S e p t 2 3 t o O c t 2 2 ) Avoid overtaxing yourself, even if your energy levels are high and you feel that you can do it all. Best to pace yourself so you wont run yourself down before the holidays. S CO R P I O ( O c t 2 3 t o N o v 2 1 ) Your sense of humor helps get you through a stressful period. Some of your quick quips can take the edge off any remaining negativity being aimed at you. S A G I T T A R I U S ( N o v 2 2 t o D e c 2 1 ) Your artistic talents not only help you express yourself these days, but they also set up a line of communication between you and someone very special. C A P R I C O R N ( D e c 2 2 t o J a n 1 9 ) Its fine to appreciate the importance of proper formŽ for doing things. But relax a bit in order to allow newcomers on the project to feel less intimidated by you. A Q U A R I U S ( J a n 2 0 t o F e b 1 8 ) Use your boundless reserve of optimism to persuade others to work with you to resolve a difficult workplace problem before it can ruin your holiday fun. P I S C E S ( F e b 1 9 t o M a r c h 2 0 ) You brim over with self-confidence as you begin to tackle a new challenge. And, before you know it, youre not alone: Others have taken the plunge with you. B O R N T H I S W E E K : You have a highly defined sense of commitment to others. You would make a fine social worker. 2012 King Features Synd., Inc. Wednesday, Dec. 12Magic comes to Freedom Public LibrarySaturday, Dec. 15Church offers Christmas dinnerSunday, Dec. 16Changed by a Baby Boy Tuesday, Dec. 18Ocala Harmony ChorusWednesday, Dec. 19Christmas event at CarminesThursday, Dec. 20Air Force group to meet Young at Heart programFriday, Dec. 21The Circle of French FriendsSaturday, Jan. 12Chair yoga at Freedom Library Knights of Columbus dinner dance

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On Thursday, Dec. 6, what was called a town hall meetingŽ was held in the Fairfield Village Clubhouse. Conducted by ALL Regional Manager, Sherry Woodworth along with Rachel Muse, new manager of FFV, the meeting covered a number of pertinent topics of concern to Fairfield Villagers. Before the meeting with neighbors, there was a meeting with the two managers and FFVs HOA. This was reported to be very productive and worthwhile. The supportive rapport between the HOA and the two managers is recognized as being a good sign for continuing good working relationships for the community. Sherry Woodworth began the discussion with an explanation of the Good Neighbor Policy that is an important part of the ALL approach. She told those present that there are many ways that management and residents can benefit each other. She mentioned, in particular, ALLs desire to help when residents might want to updateŽ their homes. Other topics discussed included the need for a new outside light at one of the Clubhouse entrances, continuing concerns about those who do not adhere to the posted neighborhood speed limit, a question about why the decorations that were said to have been at the entrances to the community are not there, and why property tax notices did not have information about last year. Ms. Woodworth graciously provided answers to all the questions to the satisfaction of most present. Norma Powers, of the HOA and SAC, commented that the new management group, ALL, is very cooperative and supportive of social activities and that she was in hopes that there would be increased participation in planned activities as people recognize this good relationship and support. Both Ms. Woodworth and Ms. Muse encouraged those present to help to bring in friends and neighbors to activities sponsored by the Social Activities Committee and/or the HOA. Both ladies pointed out that living in a 55+ community can be very stimulating and fun when lots of activities are planned and people become enthusiastic about some favorite interests. Recognizing that our community does have lots of very interesting and active people, Woodworth pointed out that we have the basis for many more worthwhile things to do in the coming weeks and months. Woodworth assured all those at the meeting that Rachel Muse has some good ideas and will be continuing many of the activities initiated by Peggy Sluss. In addition, she will work toward even more events to include the neighbors of FFV ƒ a lively place filled with lovely people.Ž VOLUME 6, NUMBER 37 WEDNESDAY, December 12, 2012 12 Wednesday, December 12, 2012 messengermessenger MESSENGER messengermessengermessengermessengermessengermessenger 000DEB7 000DA33 VILLAGES COMPUTER & REPAIR (352) 237-4852 email: villagescomputer@yahoo.com Next to the neighborhood Storage on SR200 across from the Jasmine Plaza € Computer Repair € Custom Building € Computer Classes € Free Diagnostics € Data Recovery € Networking In Store Service or at Your Location FREE Service Calls to your house or business with this ad 7256 SW 62nd Ave., Suite 5, Ocala, FL 34476 000DC71 7201 SW Hwy. 200 € Ocala € (352) 629-0900 € (4 miles west of I-75, just before Lowes) (4 miles west of I-75, just before Lowes) (352) 629-0900 Other locations throughout the southeast 7201 SW Hwy. 200 € Ocala GREAT FINANCING ON EZ-GO CARTS! GOLF CARTS STARTING AT $1,995 WITH HEADLIGHTS AND TAIL LIGHT! WHAT BATTERY A RE Y OU L OOKING F OR ??? Automotive Marine Lawn Mower Golf Cart Cordless Phone Riding Toys Computer Back Up Tractor Motorcycle ATV Camcorder Cellular Phone Wheel Chairs Game Feeder Emergency Lights Security Systems Battery Packs Laptop Computers Alkaline Complete Stock Of Batteries For: CUSTOM BATTERY PACKS LAPTOP COMPUTER BATTERIES CAMCORDER BATTERIES WHEELCHAIR BATTERIES SECURITY SYSTEM BATTERIES AUTOMOTIVE BATTERIES FARM TRACTOR BATTERIES JET SKI BATTERIES GAME FEED BATTERIES MARINE BATTERIES CELL PHONE BATTERIES POWER WHEELS BATTERIES WATCH BATTERIES KEY REMOTE BATTERIES TRUCK BATTERIES CORDLESS PHONE BATTERIES EMERGENCY LIGHT BATTERIES ATV BATTERIES MOTORCYCLE BATTERIES LAWNMOWER BATTERIES 732-GOLF (4653)Open to the Public Rate with this coupon and Tee Time ReservationOur Low Current 18 Hole Rate With This Coupon$3200Before 11:00$2700 After 11:00 Just 1 mile west of I-75 on US 27 (Exit 354)Expires 12/31/12Rates subject to change.18 Hole Championship CourseDress Code: Collared Shirt Required NO JeansGOLF OUTINGS WELCOME! 000D2C3 Priscilla Geissal Fairfield Village holds town hall meeting Fairfield Villagers listen and participate actively in the Dec. 6 meeting in the Clubhouse. Sherry Woodworth, right, ALL Regional Manager, uses a visual aid as she and Rachel Muse, FFV manager, conduct the "town hall meeting" in Fairfield Village's Clubhouse. Please use our e-mail editor@westmarionmessenger.com