where inI"fNhe W
Play ball: Little League All-Stars begin play/B1 ,o,,but
T O D A Y C.I.T R U U .N T.Y.. ......
91 30% chance of U,
LOW storms. Partly A4 Ai56
PAGE A4 www.chronicleonline.com
JUNE 22, 2014 Florida's Best Community Newspaper Serving Florida's Best Community $1 VOL. 119 ISSUE 319
Scallop season days away
40 under 40 h e
brightest rising stars of an extraorwere on display June 13 dinary 2013
at the Chamber of 0 scallop seaCommerce monthly son, Citrus County is
luncheon./Page D1 poised for another hot
summer of scalloping
Only a fraction of the
state's coastline is open
for the harvest of bay
scallops, and Citrus
County sits along the
southern portion of the
MATHEW BECK/Chronicle zone.
Raenee Franklin and Capt. Michelle Zielecki display handfuls of bay scallops found Thursday on a scouting Veteran fishing guide trip off the Citrus County coast. The scallops were promptly returned to the Gulf. Capt. Rick Burns of
Reel Bum s Charters
and for fam ily BAY SCALLOP REGULATIONS has made several scoutSuntI and funforth ing trips off the coast
0 2014 Season: June 28 to Sept. 24. between Crystal River and Homosassa to
A.B. SIDIBE make this area a choice desti- 0 Minimum Size Limit: None. home in on productive
Photo safari Staff writer nation for tourists. The Big 0 Daily Bag Limit: scallop areas.
Bend area to the north, which "We
Dunnellon man captures County tourism officials are traditionally also attracted big 2 gallons whole bay scallops in W eestart looking in
the beauty of Kenya's gearing up for a bumper sum- crowds of tourists, is expected shell, or 1 pint of bay scallop meat about 3 to 5 feet of
animals./Page A17 mer season of scalloping, fun to have fewer scallops be- per person. water," Burns said
and a boost for the local cause of heavy rains during 0 Maximum of 10 gallons of whole flats boat, lazily drifting economy the spring. bay scallops in shell, or 1/2 gallon above the green turtle
Gov. Rick Scott has once "We are excited and we have bay scallop meat per vessel, grass that carpets the
again moved up the start date printed a lot of brochures to 0 Commercial harvest prohibited. bottom of the inshore of the recreational harvest help tourists find places to eat,
season for bay scallops to June to stay and to just provide gen- 0 Recreational harvesters need a flats. 28 from its traditional start eral information about what Florida saltwater fishing license to "Most people
date of July 1. The season runs we have in the county," said harvest bay scallops, even when can't comfortably to Sept. 24. Adam Thomas, director of the scalloping from shore. snorkel much deeper
The extension and the ex- Citrus County Visitors and 0 For complete regulations and a "Many times we are in pectation of a healthy and sta- Convention Bureau. map of the fishing zone, go to wae that yo an
ble supply of the molluscs for Thomas said the brochures myfwc.com. water that you can
stand in and we still get
snorkelers combing the sea- will be available in such Source: Florida Fish and Wildlife our limit of scallops.
grass beds of Citrus County's Conservation Commission
coastal waters promise to See FAMILY/Page A13 See S P/Page A13
Shribman writes about
the 50th anniversary of NATIONAL CHAMP
Sumer/aedo F i h t r 0AJJ.LJ..L It has been a busy O n th e
Summer/age C1eight months for t
Citrus High graduate
Ben Davison. Prior go w
offe ve .q to his performance
in June at the
offensive won a 5,000-meter
men's youth single
Associated Press race in November
1!.7 2013 at the Head ofDa io
Icelandic BAGHDAD Sunni insurgents led the Hooch in MORGAN BROWN
by an al-Qaida breakaway group ex- Chattanooga, StA wRe
The rugged island of panded their offensive in a volatile Tennessee. Staff writer
Iceland is a source of western province on Saturday, captur- U In February 2014,
inspiring dign ing two strategic towns and the first Davison captured Three Citrus County
touches./HomeFront border crossing with Syria to fall on the third place out of rowing prodigies reached
Iraqi side. 250 rowers in a the finals last weekend at
I l.liNIt's the latest blow against Prime 2,000-meter race at the U.S. Rowing Youth
Annie s Mailbox ...A18 Minister Nouni al-Maliki, who is fight- the CRAS H -B Sprints National Championships,
Classifieds........... D6 ing for his political life even as forces World Indoor Rowing with one competitor winCrossword.......... A18 beyond his control are pushing the Associated Pres Championships ning both his races.
Editorial.............. C2 country toward a sectarian showdown. Volunteers of the newly formed "Peace in Boston, Rowers Micaela Hill,
Entertainment .....A4 In a reflection of the bitter divide, Brigades" raise their weapons and chant Massachusetts. Emily Hall and Ben DaviHoroscope........... A4 thousands of heavily armed Shiite mili- slogans against the aI-Qaida-inspired U In April 2014, son competed at the 2014
Lottery Numbers ...B3 tiamen -eager to take on the Sunni in- Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant Davison again took U.S. Rowing Youth NaLottery Payouts ....B3 surgents --march through Iraqi cities during a parade Saturday in the Shiite third at the National tional Championships Movies.............. A18 in military-style parades on streets stronghold of Sadr City, Baghdad, Iraq. Selection Regatta at from Friday, June 13, to
Obituaries ........... A6 where many of them battled U.S. forces the Caspersen Sunday, June 15, at Lake
Togthe......A4 ahaf dcad ao Flljahan pats f he roincalRowing Center in Natoma, California.
Voeters........ A24 0 afeaeaoFlua n at ftepoica New Jersey. His Ben Davison, 17,
Vtrn.....A0 The towns of Qaim and Rawah are capital of Ramadi earlier this year competition in that ROCCS alumnus and 2013
1111! UU! the first territory seized in Anbar Sunni militants have carved out a race included two Citrus High School graduIlj i'iili I province, west of Baghdad, since fight- large fiefdom along the Iraqi-Syrian 2012 Olympian ate from Inverness, blew
578 2 007 the Levant group overran the city of See QP /Page A5 compeitors See/Page A5
i l............ ......... .
A2 SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 2014 STATE/LoCAL CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONCLE
Around the STATE Fightin' Gator Touchdown Club
Coral Gables the border illegally. Poinciana annual fishing tournament
The potential presidential Speckled sea trout,
Teen killed by police candidate told reporters at a Walmart robbery Spanish mackerel and
after auto theft Republican fundraiser in suspect in Georgia jail red drum are being
Miami on Friday that Obama's g j brought in to be
A 17-year-old runaway is 2012 decision to defer the de- A woman accused of rob- weighed and measured
dead after he was shot by portations of some young im- bing a central Florida Walmart Saturday at the
Coral Gables police during a migrants who were brought to was located in a Georgia jail Fightin' Gator
stolen car sting. Jason Carulla the country illegally creates a after the Osceola County Touchdown Club's
was shot after ramming a perception of an incentive to Sheriff's office released a 27th annual fishing
stolen silver Toyota Sequoia cross the border. photo to the public. tournament at the
SUV into an unmarked Miami- The Texas Republican calls Angela Nichelle Alexander Plantation in Crystal
River. The tournament
Dade police car Thursday Obama's executive order a is being charged with at- saw 87 entries ready
The Miami Herald reported "lawless act" that grants tempted armed robbery with a and willing to brave
the Coral Gables officers "amnesty." firearm and aggravated as- the rain and many
were part of a new, under- More than 47,000 children, sault. She will be extradited to we rared fory
cover Strategic Initiatives primarily from Central Amer- Osceola County. a their efforts. With half
Team investigating stolen ve- ica, have been apprehended Officers responded to a ahuthwihides. The unit was working at the Mexican border since Poinciana Walmart on June 6 deadline, the largest
with Miami-Dade officers to the start of the budget year. after an employee said she cobia was recorded at
solve a rash of vehicle thefts The administration says the was approached by a female 20.85 pounds, the
in and around the north end of influx is being driven mostly wearing a Walmart uniform largest largemouth
bass weighed in at
Coral Gables. Officers re- by gang-related violence in and name tag. The female re- bass weghds nd t
ceived a tip that Carulla would other countries. vealed a gun and fled scene 4.42 pud d the
be receiving a stolen vehicle Cruz said Congress should after the employee screamed. lag3 red druea
~5.43 pounds. Grouper,
at the Flea Market USA park- pass legislation that tightens Alexander is in Clayton Spanish mackerel,
ing lot on the east side of border security and stream- County Jail in Georgia for a mangrove snapper and
Hialeah. lines the immigration system. similar crime days after the kingfish were also on
Miami-Dade police detec- Poinciana Walmart incident the leader board. For
tive Alvaro Zabeleta said Crawfordville was reported. A Georgia po- more on the
something caused Carulla to lice officer recognized the re- tournament, see
flee and hit the police car. Man guilty of murders, leased photo. Detectives Tuesday's Chronicle.
"Then, two Gables cops tt td murder interviewed Alexander in STEPHEN E. LASKO/
pulled up and fired," Zabaleta aempe Georgia on Friday. For the Chronicle
said. A Panhandle man was con- -From wire reports
Miami-Dade officers did not victed of attacking his exfire and no officers were in- girlfriend with a knife and
jured. The Miami-Dade office killing her father and new
is investigating the incident, boyfriend. M ANAGER'S SPECIALS
Carulla was living on the AWakulla County jury
streets and had been in and found 27-year-old Andrew
out of state custody for years. Michael Wilson guilty Friday
He has been arrested by of two counts of first-degree
Miami-Dade police at least murder and one count of atfive times since he was 14 tempted murder. Jurors will
years old, including charges return next week to recomof grand theft and larceny, mend life in prison or the 2008 FORD EXPLORER XLT 2010 FORD TAURUS SEL 2008 FORD MUSTANG CONVERT 2010 FORD EDGE LIMITED
burglary and possession of a death penalty. low r- Ford's full size luxury car don fun th -... NP6023A Don't rs thi loaded mted. N3T491A
firearm and marijuana. One night in March 2011, $ 15,668 $17,468 $19r968 $22,968
Carulla was supposed to be authorities said Wilson
under the care of the state's sneaked into the singlewide
Department of Children & trailer of his ex-girlfriend's faFamilies, but ran away last ther. That's where he fatally
November, according to his stabbed 62-year-old John
father Janik Carulla. McKenzie and 24-year-old
Patrick Pittman. Then-19Miami year-old Gabrielle McKenzie 2008 FORD SHELBY GTSO0 2010 FORD EXPEDITION 4X4 EL LIMITED 2011 FORDF150PLATINUMCREWCAB 2012 FORD F150 LARIAT 4X4 SUPER CEW
--the mother of W ilson's in- Own a leged at an affordable pc.N4T288, $ Reduced. N3TF621IA This one has it all. Don't miss it. N4TF224A Only 21 b miles and loaed N4175A
Cruz blames fant son- was stabbed mul- r38 33,900 $39,668 $39,968
immigration surge tiple times but survived. Hwy. 4 CR486
The Tallahassee Democrat Hwy. 44 Inverness Inverness
on Obama order reported that Wilson was ar- 0'(3 ) 726 3)l r
Republican Sen. Ted Cruz rested within hours of the at- (352) 726-1231
said the Obama administra- tack after he crashed his car nicknicholasford.com Nick N olas
tion is to blame for the waves in front of a southwest Geor- S:a 3
of immigrant children crossing gia deputy's house. 0...GD SALE HOURS: Mon Fri: 8-7 Sat: 8:30 5
OCALA PLASTIC SURGE RY
BREAST AUGMENTATION ATUMMY TUCK
BOToxI TA SPLN& INJECTABLE FILLERS .... [ ... ....
James Rogers DMD MD Navindercleep Niiher MD ...
Leonik Ahumada MD
of Plastic Surgeons / j _jAesthetic Plastic Surgery,
S ~Page A3 -SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 2014
STATE & LOCAL
CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE
Campaign Hospices at odds over expanding services
PAT FAHERTY izations are nonprofits. ganizations are required volume of patients, a loss attorneys."
The Campaign Trail is a Staff writer The hearing has been to receive a Certificate of of revenues and an ad- Anthony Palumbo, Hosweekly announcement of scheduled for July 21 to 25 Need to provide services verse affect on HPH's abil- pice of Citrus chief execufundraisers, meetings, can- Two separate hospice in Tallahassee. in a particular area. Hos- ity raise funds. tive officer, who has been
didate appearances and the organizations serving Cit- Hospice of Citrus has pice of Citrus County and The HPH petition also listed as a witness, did not like for this year's political rus County are heading for cited a potential need for the Nature Coast currently states approval of the ex- respond to a request for campaign. Send information a legal battle over expand- broader services for Her- provides services in pansion will not enhance comment. to mwright@chronicle ing services into Her- nando County residents Alachua, Bradford, Citrus, hospice services in Citrus According to the Florida
oninecom. nando County with terminal illnesses. Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist, County Agency for Health Care
0 Dave Koller, Democrat Hospice of Citrus County The proposed expansion Hamilton, Lafayette, Levy, The case docket has Administration, Hernando for U.S. House District 11, Inc., which does business was linked to an expected Putnam, Suwannee and been growing since March, County had 1,627 hospice will speak at 7 p.m. Tues- as Hospice of Citrus and increase in the need for Union counties. with both sides requesting patients during 2013. That
day, June 24, at a corn- the Nature Coast, wants to pediatric palliative care The stated project cost documents and lining up number is expected to bined meeting of the four expand into Hernando services in Hernando for Hospice of Citrus to ex- witnesses. It has not been reach 1,782 in 2015, surCitrus County Democrat County and received pre- County. It listed other pand into Hernando a smooth process, with dis- passing projected need in
clus a th SvenRivrs liminary approval earlier needs, including patients County is $207,925, with putes over requested data Citrus County
clb atd Cthe Seve n-r this year from to the at home in rural areas who Year 1 operating costs of and claims of patient con- The Centers for
Gof ndCunryCub I- Florida Agency for Health do not want to be institu- $3.5 million and Year 2 fidentially, trade secrets and Medicare and Medicaid formation: 352-795-5384. CareAdministration (AHCA). tionalized and patients age costs of $6.3 million proprietary information. Services reported that in 0 Renee Christopher- However, Hernando- 65 and older with non- In opposing the Certifi- HPH spokeswoman 2012, Medicare made apMcPheeters, Republican for Pasco Hospice Inc., known cancerous conditions, in- cate of Need, HPH has Robin Koacher said noth- proximately $1.5 billion in county commission District as HPH Hospice, is opposed. cludingAlzheimer's disease. cited the adverse impacts ing has changed since they hospice payments in 2, will have a fundraiser HPH filed a petition with The application also cited it will suffer if Hospice of challenged the decision. Florida, or about $13,391 from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday, AHCA for a formal admin- a lack of competition in Citrus is allowed to estab- "We are trying to put out per beneficiary July 26, at Mama's Kuntry istrative hearing to contest Hernando County, with just lish and operate a new our side of the story," she Contact Chronicle Kafe on State Road. 44 approval of the Hospice of one other hospice provider, program in Hernando said. "Staff has been put- reporter Pat Faherty at across from Whispering Citrus expansion into Her- HPH, serving the county. County. The impacts in- ting together documents 352-564-2924 or pfah erty@l Pines Park, Inverness. In- nando County Both organ- In Florida, hospice or- dlude a decrease in the and submitting them to the chronicleonline. corn. formation: 352-257-5381.
0 The Citrus County
Chronicle will have its primary forum at 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 14, at the Citrus
County Auditorium in Inverness. The Chronicle's general election forum is at 7
p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 21, at
the College of Central z
Florida in Lecanto. L
0 The Citrus Hills Civic...... Association will have a can-.... didates' night at 7 p.m.
Thursday, July 17, at the
Citrus Hills Golf and Country Club. The organization
will also have a candidates'
forum at 7 p.m. Thursday,
Oct. 9, at the golf and coun-t
try cl ub.
Citrus County 4
Duke to host open
house for gas plant
Duke Energy Florida will
host an open house on the
natural gas plant near the.... Crystal River Energy ComplexNACKEED/hoil The event, open to theNACKEED/hoil pu blic, is set from 3 to 7 p.m. Wayne's Citrus Cycles now occupies the original Myers grocery store. Owner Wayne Hicks has remodeled the building to Thursday, July 10, in the emphasize its Floral City "Cracker" style. This is a daytime shot, but at night, LED lights outline the top of the building.
Magnolia room at the Plantation on Crystal River,
9301 W. Fort Island Trail,Fr m c a kstoh p e s
Crystal River.Fr m cak r to h p es
Republicans meeting Editor's note: This is part Irto look like it didn't have a
The Homosassa River of an occasional "Then and roof on it," Hicks said.
RpbiaClbwlhodisNow"~ series spotlighting He added stone to the
Republymicng lu wil holmit historic buildings around front of the building, which
mothy eein a 6p~.Citrus County what they matches the stone on the
Thursday, June 26, at the were originally and what buildings across the street,
Lions Club on Old Ho- they are used for now had a carpenter make faux
mosassa Trail. The guest barn doors on the top of the
speakers are Winn Webb NANcy KENNEDY facade to make it look like a
and Scott Carnahan, candi- Staff writer two-storybuilding and painted
dates for Citrus County the two light fixtures a copCommission, District 4. FLORAL CITY per color and the building a
A4 SUNDAYJUNE 22, 2014 Cimus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE
Today' ENETIM N"oa n
Birthday Your eye for detail and ex- ETRA NN TToday is Sunday, June 22, the
cellent memory will help you reach your 173rd da of 2014. There are 192
goals this year. Staying focused will a o
help you to propel yourself into the top Haai days left in the year.
of your field. Set aside time for family Ha ai wrongdoing Today's Highlight in History:
and friends so you maintain a healthy by 'American Jungle' On June 22, 1944, President
balance in your quest for success. KAILUA-KONA, Hawaii Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the
Cancer (June 21-July 22) Different Hawaii officials investigating a Sriee' edutetAto
regions and international history will grab HitrLhne eeiinso 1944, more popularly known as the
your interest. Consider taking a holiday cle"A riaJug"wre"GI Bill of Rights." to intriguing areas once you have ualtorvanawweeOn this date:
leared ore bou the. yIn 1611, English explorer Henry Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) You won't violated during filming.Husnhisoadserlotr
see eye-to-eye with a family member TesaeDprmn fLn
orcowoke.Jon oreswthsoeoe and Natural Resources began people were set adrift in present-day
who can help you complete what investigating after an episode Hudson Bay by mufineers aboard the
needs to be done so you don't fail to aired in November raised con- Discovery; their fate remains unknown.
fulfill your responsibilities. cerns that unpermitted hunting In 1911, Britain's King George V
Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Surround was taking place on state land was crowned at Westminster Abbey.
yourself with people heading in the same on the Big Island. In 1940, during World War 11,
direction as you. Someone you previ- The department said Thurs- Adolf Hitler gained a stunning vicously considered a competitor will end day the investigation wasn't able tAssociated Press tory as France was forced to sign
up being a substantial asset to your life, tot prvShaerduesfimd 203cnert atSrg erforming rs t 03 uighe Farm Aid an armistice eight days after GerLibra (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) Consider ton state lad podr s i fianymaied or 1 Spr n, t atY See tger li forbing ArsCenter in Saratoga man forces overran Paris. making positive changes to your living wildlife laws were ilated Waies or lerwatNYeer' Fetv lie 21 an celebrated at the annual I 97 onN icelbcm
or office space. Looking at local for-sale wllflaswrviltdWetCawtrFsialJn21nd22 at Croton Point Park in Ine 1977, ohne N.. Mitchel beam
properties, even if you aren't planning Hawaii Today reported. Croton-On-Hudson. Seeger died in January at age 94, survivingthfrsfomrUSAtrnyG
to move, will give you the spark you The show depicts "clans" his wife Toshi by about seven months. Festival organizers say eral to go to prison as he began
need to make creative improvements, fighting over access to territorial the two-day show will celebrate the couple's legacy. serving a sentence for his role in
Scorpio (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) A lot of hunting grounds, and using the Watergate cover-up.
time will be wasted if you get drawn knives and spears to take down Judge dismisses last of Chinese firm demands Stenekyearao:mildn oet Matti
into an argument. You'll do much better prey. DLNR Chairman William stepnek agis loatreist Tasom r'msua pysrominsueent voiced
if you concentrate on a creative pursuit Aila and Gov. Neil Abercrombie sitagisEmo cor e tso'T nfres'uclrdyrphsfeesid
that will occupy your mind, have criticized how the show PHILADELPHIA -Ajudge in BEIJING -A Beijing property in Washington, D.C., at age 13.
Sagittarius (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) -If portrays hunting in Hawaii. Pennsylvania dismissed the last developer said Saturday it has Five years ago: Nine people were
your otos ne toein dis thsfe wa ounsiprsbatlngi of five sex-abuse lawsuits filed terminated cooperation with the killed when a Washington, D.C.,
you otins Achng t te wy ouML posbatlngit against the Emmy-winning pup- new "Transformers" movie, commuter train crashed into the rear
are currently living will help you get back out in California peteer who voiced the "Sesame wants Paramount Pictures to of another during afternoon rush hour.
to feeling and being your very best. ANAHEIM, Calif. The na- Street" character Elmo. make edits to it and is asking One year ago: Islamic militants
Calparicong will. provide the- stimlu tion's video game athletes have The ruling did not weigh the China to suspend screenings of disguised as policemen killed 10
neede gtoein s lprord imagintionuand gathered in Southern California merits of the claims but said 25- the blockbuster film. foreign climbers and a Pakistani
get you moving in a positive direction. to battle aliens and bad guys. year-old accuser Sheldon The company owns the guide in a brazen overnight raid at
Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) Until The Orange County Register Stephens filed suit too late Pangu Plaza, a dragon-shaped the base camp of Nanga Parbat.
you have a firm grasp of a situation, reported more than 1,000 eSports against actor Kevin Clash. hotel, office and mall complex Today's birthdays: Sen. Dianne
you shouldn't jump to conclusions, players are taking part in the Major Stephens accused Clash, now featured in "Transformers: Age Feinstein, D-Calif., is 81. Singer-actor
Pisces (Feb. 20-March 20) Don't League Gaming Championships 53, of luring him into a sexual re- of Extinction." Kris Kristofferson is 78. Fox News
let an argument bruise your ego. Pick in Anaheim, which began Friday lationship after they met at a Pangu said it is suing its Chinese analyst Brit Hume is 71. Singer-muyourself up and move in a more suit- and run through Sunday. 2004 networking event for actors partners for contract fraud and sician Todd Rundgren is 66. Actress
able direction. The contestants don special when he was about 16. demanding that Paramount delete Meryl Streep is 65. Actress Lindsay
Aries (March 21 -April 19) -You are headphones and face off in Four similar lawsuits involving scenes from the movie that feature Wagner is 65. Pop singer Cyndi
better off keeping busy. Find a way to soundproof booths in games other accusers were previously images of its logo or properties. Lau per is 61 Actor-producer-writer
incorporate into your routine activities such as "StarCraft ll," "Call of dismissed in New York, where Pangu says it provided at Bruce Campbell is 56. Environmenthat will put a smile on your face and Duty: Ghosts" and "Super Clash lives, least $1.6 million in funding and tal activist Erin Brockovich is 54.
spur you to do and be your very best. Smash Bros. Melee." Announc- Clash resigned from "Sesame that its Chinese partners never Basketball Hall of Famer Clyde
oTur wAil av0te ay f0 or n etn ers provide the play-by-play. Stree" amid the accusations, even delivered on pledges to hold the Drexler is 52. Author Dan Brown is new etourl e tewyfr nectn They're playing for glory and as he continued to rack up Day- movie premiere at Pangu's hotel 50. TV personality Carson Daly is
Gemini (May 21 -June 20) A con- $150,000 in prize money. About time Emmy Awards for his work. and feature images of its prop- 4.AtrDnl asni 0
nection with someone interesting is ap- 1,500 people can watch the games He had spent 28 years playing erty in trailers and movie Thought for Today: "Study men,
parent. Widening your circle of friends live, and more than 2 million are Elmo on the popular show, win- posters. not historians." President Harry
will add a new dimension to your life. expected to watch online. ning more than two dozen Emmys. -From wire reports S. Truman (1884-1972).
Ni YESTERDAY'S WEATHER LEGALTMPMTMPR111. FI OpR H PR Ct 'at CLyEGALtas NOTICES
78/51 0.01)" 78/51 0.0111" 78/51 0-00" Daytona Bch. 92 74 ts Miami 92 75 ts________________"L"Fort Lauderdale 89 76 Its Ocala 91 71 ts II
Fort Myers 91 74 pc Orlando 93 75 ts
aGainesville 91 72 ts Pensacola 88 77 ts
AHomestead 88 74 Its Sarasota 89 75 pc
"MHILO PIR Jacksonville 94 73 ts Tallahassee 93 73 tsNoiet
7B1 ~Key West 88 78 ts Tampa 92 77 pe oiet
7L/51 a ownd 93 74 Its Vero Beach 92 71 ts
Melbourne 91 73 ts W. Palm Bch. 91 74t Creditors/Administration
MARNE OUTLOOK D
HIILO PR. Today: West winds 5 to 10 knots Gulf water
70h1 0.O0Iy' increasing to around 15 knots in the temp erature
afternoon. Seas 2 feet. Bay and
Scattered thunderstorms in theCOUNT
H1 LO PR IHI LO PR-1 morning. Isolated thunderstorms in 8
78/51 0.00" -78/51 0.001 the afternoon. Tonight: Southiwest Taken at Areku
THREE DAY OUTLOOK IoreCast by: Locatioln atT RI Full FloidasBs CR N Sring FoidasBet Emmnt
P ~ ~ A & TOMORRO M un O RNIN Withlacoochee aHodr 27.94 27.94 35.52Fod BCnnn NwppSngFodB
High. 91' Low: 73' Tsala Apopka-Hemando 37.38 37.40 395 To start your subscription:
30 erentchnc ofstrms Prty couy. Tsata Apopka-Invemess 38.67 38.67 40.60
30pretchneo tom.Prlycod. Tsata Apopka-Floral City 39.54 39.52 42.20 Call now for home delivery by our carriers:
VlWest wind 5-10 mph. Levsreprtd in eetbve sea evel. Flo ig o ilesw ae n2nmfod Citrus County: 352-563-5655
~7 lMONDAY & TUESDAY MORNING ayolsywThsdtIsotiefrmteSuhetFoiaWb MngetDsrct Marion County: 888-852-2340
SHigh:92- Low:74- ald Is subec o revsin.Innoetwilhe District ote UitedSttesGeolca Survey 13 weeks: $39.64* 6 months: $70.63*
30 percent chance of storms. Partly cloudy. shudcnatte"ooialDt eto tJ)M71 I year: $133.87*
_____________________________________________________________________*Subscription price includes a separate charge of .15.5 per day for transportation cost ........)7 ..TEDY&WEDNESDAY MORNING THE NATION and applicable state and local sales tax. Call 352-563-5655 for details.
There will be a $1 adjustment for the Thanksgiving edition. This will only slightly
S High. 92* Low: 74'0 O.3,10 0 0 affect your expiration date. The Viewfinder TV guide is available to our subscribers for
A ~30 recent chance of storms. Partly cloudy. $13.00 per year
Liq t wind. 4 *For home delivery by mail:
In Florida: $59.00 for 13 weeks
AWM.. Elsewhere in U.S.: $69.00 for 13 weeks
TEMPERATURE* DEW POINT To cotat s egrin yursevie
Cim~us CouNT-Y (FL) CHRONICLE LOCAL/WORLD SUNDAYJUNE 22, 2014 AS
The parades in Baghdad and other
DAVISO IRAQmainly cities in the mainly Shiite south
DAVISONrevealed the depth and diversity of the Continued from Page Al Continued from Page Al militia's arsenal, from field artillery and
missiles to multiple rocket launchers
away the competition at Euphrates River and the nearby town of and heavy machine guns, adding a new
the national champi- Anah appeared to be part of march to- layer to mounting evidence that Iraq is
onships. Davison placed ward a key dam in the city of Haditha, inching closer to a religious war befirst in not one but two ~j which was built in 1986 and has a hy- tween Sunnis and Shiites.
events (a total of six races), draulic power station that produces Al-Maliki has come under growing
rowing for the Seattle some 1,000 megawatts. Destruction of pressure to reach out to disaffected
Rowing Center the dam would adversely impact the Kurds and Sunnis, with many blaming
ROCCS -which stands country's electrical grid and cause his failure to promote reconciliation led
for Rowing Organization of major flooding to the country's worst crisis since the
Citrus County Students Iraqi military officials said more than U.S. military withdrew its forces nearly
(pronounced "rocks") 2,000 troops were quickly dispatched to three years ago.
rowers Hill, 18, a recent the site of the dam to protect it against a In Baghdad, about 20,000 militiamen
CHS graduate from Floral possible attack by the Sunni militants, loyal to anti-U.S. Shiite cleric Muqtada
City, and Hall, 17, a rising They spoke on condition of anonymity al-Sadr, many in military fatigues and
Lecanto High School sen- because they were not authorized to even some wearing red berets, white
ior from Inverness, com- speak to the media. gloves and combat helmets, marched
peted in the Women's Rawah's mayor, Hussein Ali al-Aujail, through the sprawling Shiite Sadr City
Youth Varsity Double, said the militants ransacked the town's district, which saw some of the worst
placing second in their government offices and forced local fighting between Shiite militias and U.S.
semifinal. They covered army and police forces to pull out. soldiers before a cease-fire was reached
the 2,000-meter course in Rawah and Anah had remained under in 2008 hat helped stem the sectarian
8:04.58, qualifying them for Special to the Chronicle government control since nearby Fallu- bloodshed that was pushing the country
the A Final, where they Conal Groom, Seattle Rowing Center and Men's National jah fell to the Sunni militants in to the brink of civil war. placed sixth in the nation. Junior Team coach, supports Ben Davison, right, as he January Similar parades took place in the
When first crossing the receives the award for taking first-place win in the The Islamic State's Sunni militants southern cities of Amarah and Basra, finish line during their Men's Youth Single event at the 2014 U.S. Rowing Youth have carved out a large fiefdom along both strongholds of al-Sadr supporters. semifinal, the girls sat in National Championships on Sunday, June 15. the Iraqi-Syrian border and have long Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, the disbelief traveled back and forth with ease, but most respected voice for Iraq's Shiite
control over crossings like that one in majority, on Friday joined calls for al"We had been working TRY ROWING Qaim allows them to more easily move Maliki to reach out to the Kurdish and
two years for that mo- weapons and heavy equipment to dif- Sunni minorities a day after President
ment," Hall said. 0 Rowing summer day camp is offered for all inter- ferent battlefields. Syrian rebels al- Barack Obama challenged him to create
Hill and Hall were not ested middle and high school students. ready have seized the facilities on the a leadership representative of all Iraqis.
the only ones to accom- 0 Where: Wallace Brooks Park, Inverness. Syrian side of the border and several Al-Sistani normally stays above the
plish their goals. other posts in areas under their control. political fray, and his comments, delivIn Davison's first event, 0 Session 1: June 23-27. Police and army officials said Satur- ered through a representative, could ulthe Men's Youth Single, he 0 Session 2: July 2 1-25. day that the Sunni insurgents seized timately seal al-Maliki's fate.
placed first, rowing the Qaim and its crossing, about 200 miles Al-Maliki's State of Law bloc won the
course in 7:31.12, almost 16 0 When: 8 a.m. to noon. west of Baghdad, after killing some 30 most seats in the April vote, but his
seconds faster than the 0Cs:$2pessio.Iraqi troops in daylong clashes Friday hopes to retain his job have been
second-place rower 0Cs:$2pessio.The officials, who spoke on condition thrown into doubt, with rivals challeng"If you're watching the 0 Campers attending both sessions are invited to join of anonymity because they were not au- ing him from within the broader Shiite YouTube video, it looks ROCCS in competing at a regatta in Daytona on thorized to talk to journalists, said peo- alliance. In order to govern, his bloc, like he passes (the end of Saturday, July 26. ple were now crossing back and forth which won 92 seats, must first form a
the screen) -and I freely majority coalition in the new 328-seat
thought the screen had 0 Contact ROCCS: Chief military spokesman Lt. Gen. legislature, which must meet byJune 30.
frozen because it was 0 www.crewroccs.com Qassim al-Moussawi acknowledged If al-Maliki were to relinquish his post
empty for 10 seconds (be- Qaim's fall, telling journalists that now, according to the constitution, the
fore any other rowers 0 email@example.com troops aided by local tribesmen sought president Jalal Talabani, a Kurd, would
caught up)" said Terry 5-5-RW(79.to clear the city of "terrorists." assume the job until a new prime minDavison, ROCCS coach 0 5-5-RW(79.The vast Anbar province stretches ister is elected. But the ailing Talabani
and Ben's father, reflecting from the western edges of Baghdad all has been in Germany for treatment
on how fast Ben was in day, Davison will train at will take place in Ham- the way to Jordan and Syria to the north- since 2012, so his deputy, Khudeir alcomparison to his the 2014 U.S. Rowing burg, Germany, from west. The fighting in Anbar has greatly Khuzaie, a Shiite, would step in for him.
competitors. Under 23 National Team Wednesday, Aug. 6, to Sun- disrupted use of the highway linking The U.S., meanwhile, has been drawn
"Ifl ra hnITrials. day, Aug. 10. Baghdad to the Jordanian border, a key back into the conflict with so much at
"I flt rea whn ~artery for goods and passengers. stake. Obama announced Thursday he
crossed the (finish) line in If chosen, he will com- After an eventful sum- Al-Maliki's Shiite-dominated govern- was deploying up to 300 military advisSacramento," said Ben pete in Varese, Italy, for mer, both Davison and Hill ment has struggled to push back against ers to help quell the insurgency They Davison. "It has been a the 2014 World Rowing will be attending college Islamic extremists and allied Sunni mil- join some 275 troops in and around Iraq dream of mine -since Under 23 Championships, this fall. itants who have seized large swaths of to provide security and support for the
starting rowing in eighth which will take place from Hill will be attending the country's north since taking control U.S. Embassy and other American ingrade -to become the na- Wednesday, July 23, to Jacksonville University of the second-largest city of Mosul on terests. tional champion, so it was Sunday, July 27. with both rowing and aca- June 10 as Iraqi government forces Obama has been adamant that U.S.
nice to finally see all the In addition to the U.S. demic scholarships and melted away troops would not be returning to comwork pay off." Rowing Under 23 National Davison will be attending The prime minister, who has led the bat, but has said he could approve "tarAbout two hours after Team Trials, Davison will the University of Washing- country since 2006 and has not yet se- geted and precise" strikes requested by his first race, Davison also be attending the U.S. ton with a rowing scholar- cured a third term after recent parlia- Baghdad. headed back out to com- Rowing Junior National ship. He plans on mentary elections, also has increasingly Manned and unmanned U.S. aircraft pete in the Men's Youth Team Trials from Friday, competing in the 2016 turned to Iranian-backed Shiite militias are now flying over Iraq 24 hours a day Quad, where he and three July 6, to Monday, July 9. Summer Olympics in Rio and Shiite volunteers to bolster his be- on intelligence missions, U.S. officials other members of the If Davison is chosen to de Janeiro, Brazil. leaguered security forces. say
Seattle Rowing Center compete for the U.S. Rowplaced first, speeding ing Junior National Team,
down the course in 6:32. 11. he will race at the 2014
From this weekend World Rowing Junior
through this coming Thes- Championships, which
i l I
N. AMNNM No
A6 SUNDAY JUNE 22, 2014 Cimus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE
Virginia Dorothy following the service, the
Pazian, 86 Smith, 86 family would like to invite
HOMOSASSA Rfriends to linger for a time
CRYSTAL RIVER of fellowship, memory
The Service of Remem- Heinz Dorothy A. Smith, age sharing, food and
branch for Mrs. Virginia 86, of Crystal River, refreshments.
Ma br zane 86, ofs Virini Pistoll, 96
May Pazian, age 86, of Ho- Florida, passed away In lieu of flowers,
mosassa, Florida, will be I NV E RN ES S peacefully on June 19, Dorothy's wish was that
held 1:00 PM, Tuesday, Heinz Pistoll, age 96, In- 2014, at her home under you pause for a moment to June 24, 2014 at the Ho- verness, died June 20, the loving reflect the glory of God's
mosassa Chapel of Hooper 2014, under the care of his care of her grace.
-loving family and Hospice family Sign the guestbook at
tor Tom Howell officiating of Citrus B o r n www chronicleonline.com.
Interment will follow at C ounty. 1927, in Douglas
Fountains Memorial Park, Heinz was 1 i o ugls
Associated Press Homosassa, Florida. The born in 5 o u t h Hotchkiss, 61
Gerry Conlon, center, is seen Oct. 19, 1989, outside family will receive friends Germany K o n a CRYSTAL RIVER
the Old Bailey in London after being released for being from 11:00 0 until the o n
wrongly convicted of the Guilford pub bombings. time of service, Tuesday at March 2, J o s e p h Dorothy Douglas J. Hotchkiss, 61,
the chapel. Online condo- 1918, to and Annie Smith Crystal River, Florida,
lences may be sent to the Hans Paul (Medicos) died Monday, June 16,
m an family at wwwHooper and Linda Heinz Amaral. Dorothy and her 2014, at Seven Rivers ReFuneralHome.com. (Haak) Pis- Pistoll husband Malcolm moved gional Medical Center PriMrs. Pazian was born toll. He to Crystal River in 2007 vate arrangements are by
August 29, 1927 in Queens, emigrated to America with from Levittown, Long Is- Chas. E. Davis Funeral 0 NYt daughter of Doris his parents at age8 and land, New York. Shewasa HomewithCrematory, Inbom bing dies at 60 (Whitehouse) and George made his life here. He devoted mother of eight verness, Florida.
P Simson, Sr She died served our country in the children, worked diliJune 19, 2014 in Ho- U.S. Air Force and Army gently as a professional Billy Shuler, 69 Associated Press Conlon died behind bars mosassa. Mrs. Pazian during World War II. Heinz printer, was a member of H O M O S AS S A in 1980 and received his worked as an executive ad- and his wife, Ellen, lived the St. Scholastica DUBLIN Gerry Con- own posthumous pardon ministrative secretary for in Florida for over 20 Catholic Church in The service of rememlon, who was imprisoned in 1991. the Director of Western years, initially as winter Lecanto, Florida, past brance for Mr Billy Jay
unjustly for an Irish Re- The family statement New York's Crisis Services residents from Washington president of the Columbi- Shuler, 69, of Homosassa, publican Army bombing said Conlon's long cam- and moved to Homosassa state, but more recently as aetts (2003-2004) and a Florida, will be at 1:30 p.m. and inspired an Oscar- paign for justice "forced from Amherst, NY in 1984. permanent residents of In- member of the VFW. Friday, June 27, 2014, at nominated film, has died the world's closed eyes to She enjoyed reading, verness. He loved being In addition to her par- the Brooksville Wesleyan at age 60 following a long be opened to injustice. It game shows and playing near the water and being ents, Dorothy was pre- Church. battle with cancer forced unimaginable games, particularly bridge, warm. He enjoyed spend- ceded in death by her He died Friday, May 23,
His family said in a wickedness to be ac- a game she was very good ing his free time reading husband, Malcolm, in 2014, in Tarpon Springs,
statement that he died knowledged. We believe it at. Mrs. Pazian was an ac- and advocating for envi- 2007; daughter Beverly; Florida. Interment was at Saturday at his Belfast changed the course of tive member of the River- ronmental and self- son Alf; and five of her Highland Memorial Cemehome. They paid tribute history" haven Community Club, sustaining solutions, such brothers and two sisters. tery, Miamisburg, Ohio.
to a man they said had Conlon's autobiogra- Bridge Club, Garden Club. as solar power and family Dorothy is survived by Arrangements are under "brought life, love, intelli- phy, "Proved Innocent," and First United farming. He often wrote her six children, Sonia, the direction of the Hogence, wit and strength to became the basis for the Methodist Church of letters to newspapers and Bobby, Ingrid, Karen, Kris- mosassa Chapel of Hooper our family through its 1993 film, "In the Name of Homosassa. local and national politi- tine and Lief; along with Funeral Home &
darkest hours." the Father," starring Mrs. Pazian was pre- cians on such issues. her 27 grandchildren, 38 Crematory
Conlon became a cen- Daniel Day-Lewis as Con- ceded in death by her par- Left to cherish his mem- great-grandchildren and tral figure in one of lon. It received seven ents, her husband, Eugene ory are his wife of 24 years, her beloved younger OBITUARIES Britain's greatest miscar- Oscar nominations. H.Pazian (06-27-05) and a Ellen; sons Carl Silski, brother WalterAmaral. 0 Email obits@ riages of justice after he Tributes poured in brother, George SimsonJr.. Ohio; Larry Pistoll, Wash- A memorial service will chronicleonline.com and three others were from across Ireland. Survivors include 4 sons, ington; Lynn Pistoll, New be held at Brown Funeral or phone 352-563convicted and sentenced "His loss will be felt Stephen E. (Barbara) Paz- Zealand; daughter Linda Home in Lecanto, Florida, 5660 for details and to life for the 1974 bomb- both within West Belfast ian of Homosassa, Glenn T Tuttle, Washington: eight at 2:30 p.m. Thursday, pricing options. ing of a pub in Guildford, and across the world with (Christine) Pazian of Wales grandchildren; and six June 26,2014. Immediately near London, that killed all those who work in pur- Center, NY, Kyle D. Pazian great-grandchildren.
five people. suit of justice," said Irish of Homosassa and Craig A. A celebration and tribConlon protested his in- Foreign Minister Eamon Pazian of Indianapolis, IN, ute to Heinz's life will be at nocence and insisted that Gilmore. 3 daughters, Leslie A. 3 p.m. Thursday, June 26,
police had tortured him Alasdair McDonnell, a Barth, husband, William 2014, at the Chas. E. Davis into making a false confes- moderate Irish national- and Merrill J. Pazian, all of Funeral Home. In lieu of sion. His position was vin- ist leader in Northern Homosassa and Nancy L. flowers, donations may be dicated in 1989 when the Ireland, called Conlon's (Fred) Carpenter of Ben- made to Hospice of Citrus so-called Guildford Four conviction and 15-year brook, TX, In addition to County I ,
were freed after a top imprisonment "terrible her seven children, Sign the guestbook at judge ruled that police had and appalling" and called Mrs. Pazian had 21 grand- wwwchronicleonline.com. fabricated the hand- him "a shining light in the children and 31 great written interrogation notes search for truth." grandchildren. used to convict all four He is survived by a
The exonerations came partner and daughter.
too late for Conlon's father, Guiseppe, who had
been wrongly convicted
along with six other rela- PLA N II E/D
tives for allegedly supply- Start Your Burial Estate Now
ing the bombs used by the
Guildford Four The elder FREE SPACE CERTIFICATE Call Now for complete Information
CL E. S6as435-628-2555_[1
,~ LT Fountains Memorial Park
Funeral Home A Place Where Memories Live,,,
With Crematory 5635 W Green Acres St., Homosassa
Burial Shipping Pre-Need Only Must be 21 One Certificate Per Family
Cremation FACTS YOU MUST
& Serving Our Community...
CeainV"a.=, -W Meeting Your Needs! KNOW NOW
For Information and costs -B cal72-33-rw ABOUT YOUR
VETERANS & SPOUSE
Your Trusted Family- Owned 5430 West Gulf to Lake Hwy
Funeral Home for over 50 Years" Lecanto, FL 34461 Richard I. Brown
352-795-0111 Fax: 352-795-6694 RIA N FIT
~~ ~rbfO46656@centurylilk.net / www.brownfuneralhom or
~Seminar Topics Include:
C. LymanStrickland, LFD &Brian Ledsome, LFD S g a l
CRYSTAL ., RIE ervnal your cremation needs. National Cemetery vs. Private Cemetery
w352-795-~ra2678m *-= 0 p Benefits of a National Cmtr
Benefits of a Private Cemetery
Rl l ~,FNERAl' HOMES Traditional Funeral and Cremation
Serving all of Citrus County Benefits
I 35)72221 w.Hopertuneraome.cm W il the VA Give You a Casket?
I~r3n New U Social Security Death Benefits
New Patient Speial National Transferability of Benefits
.. -.. ulI~uth-Bay, *SEMI NAR ENDORSED BY THE NATHo NALTo Place Your CopeesieEa VFW & FLORIDA AMERICAN LEGION
"In emoy" d,, We M et II our Notin con.junction withinsurance..
We M et ll our Offer expires in 30 days
InM mr"aDental Needs, In house denture lab!
Contact Inldn implants Free Denture Consults
Darrell Watson 564-2917 Inldn 'Financing available All participants are eligible for a
'ICall today! 352-527-1614 Planning Guide
IAlexsa Davila, "
DMD DN 15390
Walton Van Hoose, k l ~ ~
DMD DN o 18101 II .] m
Citrus Hills Dental *, !g !*'g g.
2460 N. Essex Ave., Hernando **
Located in the Hampton Square Plaza j a E B13 lE
:it is.. ouofce policy that the patient and any other person..responsibie for payment has the i*r i* *1 g right to refuse to pay, cance payment or be reimbursed for payment for any other service,
examination or treatment wich is performed as a result of and within 72 hours of responding
to the advertisemen.t for the free discoun.ted-offe or.. rduced-fe se...ice exam..inatio or. I u d" ,A A *A
treatment. Min Fee ADAcode D0210, D0150 l
COnus CouNwrY (FL) CHRONICLE SUNDAYJUNE 22, 2014 A7
JEFREY J. DAWSY Jf a s
ARE YOV TVNED IN?
As your Sheriff, it has
always been a top priority of mine to
communicate with you, the
citizens I serve. It is not
only important for me to know
the inner workings of the
agency, but for you to know what
the officers, firefighters, emergency
management personnel and other employees are doing to keep
our community safe.
This publication, Behind the Badge, is one such tool that we
use to fill you in on the happenings around the Sheriff's Office. We partner with the Chronicle, our only daily, hometown newspaper, to deliver this newsletter to your doorstep. We utilize social media sites, like Facebook and Twitter (@sheriff citrus) to reach a certain audience, and we work with regional news
stations to get the word out on important breaking news stories.
I've always been a fan of radio, and Iff B S967 recently we turned our attention to our
.3______ local affiliate Citrus 95.3 and sister station The Fox 96.7. Through a cooperative effort, and the willingness of station management to work with us, we started a weekly radio show called "Ask the Sheriff." It has been hugely successful and I want to invite you to
tune in and Join in on the fun.
Every Wednesday from 7:00 to 8:00 AM we're on The Fox 96.7
to discuss relevant topics and answer listener questions. Every
Thursday from 4:00 to 5:00 PM we're on Citrus 95 to do the same. We use
a simple format and answerquestions as we go along.Usually, the first thing we talk about is current events, like
major crimes, arrests, recent fires or accomplishments. This is our "In the News"segment. Next is our "In the Comm un ity"segment, where we mention where we'll be around the county doing blood
pressure checks, participating in community events and more.
"Home~towAn Heroes." is neP of my favorites. becrauseq I ge~t to
AS SUNDAY JUNE 22, 2014 COnus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE
Meet the newest members of the
Citrus Sheriff Fire Rescue team! Introducing our firefighters trained to be clowns for public education -- Str-8-Stream, Pry-Bar and Smokey. While fire fighting is their primary goal, clowning has been utilized by the firefighters to relate to children and teach them educational messages about fire safety. While clowning around with kids, they love to put on
skits. The skits are used to teach children from Kindergarten
through second grade important safety tips that could
save a life: skits range from smoke alarms to stop, Pry-Bar
drop and roll to seat belt safety to bicycle
safety. The clowns typically educate in a
school setting. They clown around with
large groups of children and need about as much space as a school cafeteria to
perform their skits. If you want to get more details about scheduling the clowns call Chief Ken Clamer at 352-794-5505. These
clowns love that they can relate to the
children on a professional, yet informal way
and teach them life saving practices while being
engaging and funny.FieCo n
The lows shw of thir allon-aimalmakng sill
Onus CouNTY (FL) CHRONICLE SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 2014 A9
BEHIND THE BADGE 3
Fireworks Frighten Animals
The Amen can Humane Association reports that July 5 is the busiest day of the -W
year for animal shelters because they are "Inundated with pets that panicked at the noise of firecrackers and fled into the night, winding up lost, injured or killed." While the 4th of July is considered a time of celebration for people, that is not 15AFh1..0;S&Ss V 0,11 the case for most pets. Many times owners don't realize how traumatic and W1W
stressful fireworks can be for even the bravest of dogs and other animals. What is
the most important thing owners can do to protect their pets?
Bring them indoors and give them a quiet place to stay, away
from noise and commotion.
Many dogs w 1 11 even escape their enclosure, tether, fencing, etc. when they are overwhelmed by fear from the loud noises and once free, they run. We encourage you to keep your pets inside for the evening, and give them a safe place to curl up. Even if your dog isn't normally an inside pet, make an exception and give him/her a quiet place where they will remain safe.
The day after fireworks displays and celebrations our Animal Control Officers are called out to assist dogs that are found wandering lost and frightened.
Help your pet have a safe and stress-free Independence Day by doing the . . . . ...
Make sure pets have proper, current identification.
Microchips are recommended. (Make sure the chip manufacturer has current
If your pets aren't chipped, make sure
they have a properly fitted collar or
harness with an identification tag
and/or county license tag attached.
Bring pets inside and give them a quiet place to The Citrus County Sheriff's Office
rest for the evening. A special toy or treat may Animal Control unit has a challenge for you:
keep their anxiety level down and give them M ake this Independence Day
something to do.
Turn on a radio or television to help the quietest our shelter and
drown out the noise of fireworks outside. Anim al Control Officers have
If your pet gets lost, check the shelter website frequeiitIV
(www.citruscritters.com) to see if it is there. If you find a lost dog, please confine overseen!
it, if possible, and then call dispatch at 352-726-1121 to request an Animal Control Officer to pick it up.
Rethink Hurricane Riski.
Did you know that it has been 8 edge, water can't come to them. That during storms and heed warnings to prepare. There are even f ree years since there has been a land- is not the case- water can come in evacuate if the time comes. Community Emergency Response Team
falling hurricane impact to Florida? many miles from the coastline. Some We also encourage you to be careful (CERT) classes offered throughout the
Because of that, many people have also believe that a lower category of interpreting the storm 'cone.' That year. CERT is designed to prepare become complacent. Don't be one of hurricane, for example a category I cone depicts a possible track of the citizens to take care of themselves and them! won't produce strong storm surge. storm and many people look at the their family. The course covers
In the past, main concerns for That's not true! center line and think that is where the preparedness, light search and rescue,
hurricanes have been wind and wind Superstorm Sandy was a good storm is going. The storm can go CPR and medical, fires, and other damage. Now emergency professionals example- it was a lower category storm anywhere in the cone (including a right natural and manmade disasters. and residents should be concerned but it was gigantic in size and produced or left shift). Even if you are outside the For more information or to sign up with storm surge. For us, storm surge tremendous storm surge. cone, the storm can still affect you. Not for the CERT program, call Sheriff's
means large amounts of water from the There are maps on the Sheriff's only can the storm change directions Emergency Management at 249-2700. Gulf of Mexico ending up on land. Do Emergency Management page suddenly, 'it can spawn multiple You can also email us at
you know if you live in a storm surge (www.sheriffcltrus.org Emergency tornados and flooding. em0sheriffcitrus.org.
AIO SUNDAYJUNE 22, 2014 COnus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE
Many of you accepted my I'm sure this is not the first can have consequences.
last challenge and went to time you've heard a law Likewise, leaving your
Sheriff citrus.org and enforcement agency telling you to property unsecure may also
learned about the different lock your stuff up, but for some reason no make it a target for thieves scouring a crimes happening in your matter how much we say it more than 82% neighborhood.
neighborhood by trying out of the cars that are burglarized in Citrus County Remember Clean and Lock! The clean our new Crime Reports are left unsecure making it incredibly easy for part means taking all of your valuables out of tool. a thief to steal your valuables inside, sight and having a clean look to your car. Lock
COMMANDER This challenge is a little There's always going to be some crook who means exactly that -Lock your doors! Make it
BUDDY GRANT different. It's going to wants something you have and doesn't want a habit and follow these steps and I promise
require you to be more vigilant, more aware to pay for it. That's why keeping your car thieves will more than likely walk right by your
and more responsible. I'm asking each and locked with your stuff out of sight is so car and look for an easier target.
every one of you to lock your doors! important. I get it we're all in a hurry, we We are of course continuing in our efforts
have the kids, and we're trying to get in and to crack down on thefts throughout Citrus Unsecured Vs. Secured Vehicle out of stores and sometimes have several County, but I cannot stress enough that we
Burglaries 2012/2013 things running through our minds, need your help to reduce crime. By leaving
UP)22S Thieves know this and prey on people who doors open and vehicles unlocked you are
2012 are just not paying attention. Leaving your making yourself vulnerable and open to crime.
__ 239 32013 vehicles unattended for a matter of minutes Don't become a victim. Lock your doors!
2014 YTD 6-614
El CLEAN & LOCK!m
Unseured Total % Unsecured
CiTRus CouNTY (FL) CHRONICLE WORLD SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 2014 All
'Cannon fodder' spared by royal intervention
Associated Press _A4.
This undated photo provided by the Nelson family shows World War I survivor Wilfred Smith, right, and his wife Hannah, at Bowes Museum in Barnard Castle, England.
Wilfred Smith was just 20 when he was plucked from the Western Front and sent home before the end of the war. Wilfred Smith lived until the age of 74 before he died in
Before Saving Private Ryan was Pvt. Smith
This undated photo provided by the Nelson family shows four of the five Smith DANicA KIRKA For many poor young your letter of the 16th in- brothers, who were killed during World War 1, posing for a photo in Barnard Castle,
Associated Press men, joining the army was stant, and to request you to England. Clockwise from bottom left: John W. Stout, Alfred, George Henry and Fredrick.
an adventure, a chance to be good enough to convey &, 1" 1771 fences of a long column of
E get regular meals and pay, to Mr and Mrs. Smith of CORP. S M T. 1'', w. -.,
BARNARD CASTL newsprint, below an item
England Carved into the especially since recruiters Bridgegate, Barnard Cas- on a produce sale for the
simple obelisk commemo- told them the war would tle, an expression of Her War Prisoners FYmd.
rating the fallen are the be over in a matter of Majesty's deep sympathy SMIM
Brookes has wondered
names of five sons of Mar- months. Local World War I with them in the sad losses SMIT why such a unique and
garet and John McDowell buff John Pringle said the they have sustained by the tragic tale would garner so
Smith. There's a story be- boys would have been anx- death of their five sons. SMITR. R.
little attention in the paper
hind the name that isn't ious to leave the drudgery "The Queen has caused CORP. STODDART. R His guess was that by
there a sixth brother, of the flax mill or the shoe- Mr and Mrs. Smith's re- 1918, people had wearied
Wilfred and a century thread factory quest concerning their STODDART.S. of war so many had lost
after World War I a local Wilfred didrft want to go, youngest son to be STOKELD.T.A. so much. But he also spechistorian has dug out the but did when his country forwarded for considera- ulated the plight of the
details from archives. called. A photograph taken tion of the War Office STOUT. G. Smith family might have
Wilfred Smith's survival at the time showed four of authorities." SERGT- STOUT. J.W. been deemed less newsis a story of sacrifice amid the brothers posing in their So Wilfred went home to worthy because they were
a war that demanded so uniforms with a cute white Barnard Castle though The names of the five Smith brothers killed in action in members of the town's unmuch of it from virtually dog at their feet The image little is known about ex- World War I are engraved on a plaque in St Mary's Church derclass. every family in Britain. would remain on Mar- actly how that came about. in Barnard Castle. "If not for'Private Ryan,'
Because long before garet's mantel throughout He suffered the lingering Now 70, she said her re- have boys. They'll just end it might be lost to history," there was the fictional tale the war. respiratory effects of a served father never talked up being cannon fodder," he said, crediting the
of "Saving Private Ryan," Robert 22, died first, in mustard gas attack, and about his experiences in Amanda Nelson stressed Spielberg movie as having there was the real-life September 1916. George newspaper reports sug- the war. even when she that Margaret believed she offered a contemporary story of saving Pvt Smith. Henry, 26, died less than gested he was temporarily needed'to write a child- did the right thing by allow- connection.
MEN two months later blinded. But once honie, hood essay on the topic ing her sons to serve. MEN
The people of Barnard Prederick, 21, died in he worked as a chimney and asked him to tell her "She would gladly send Wilfred Smith lived until Castle have long known July 1917, while the eldest, sweep and a stone Mason. about it. The family had them again to fight," 1972, when he died at age the story of the Smith 37-year-old John William At the Bowes Museum, a heard about the queen and Amanda Nelson said. "For 74. He was a frequent visibrothers and that Wilfred, Stout who had their memorial was erected to the letter, but it was simply king and country" tor to the monument at the or Willie as he was known, mother's maiden name be- residents who fell in the a hazy oral tradition. MEN Bowes Museum that bears
survived. cause she was not yet mar- Great War, including Wil- Amanda Nelson made a In this community, his brothers' names.
But how that happened ried when he was born fred's brothers. His point of seeing the Steven where people often live In "Saving Private was largely unknown until died in October 1917. The mother laid the first Spielberg film, "Saving not far from where their Ryan," the now-older sollocal historian Peter Wise fifth son, Alfred, died in wreath at its dedication in Private Ryan." The 1998 ancestors lived, the Smith dier stands before the searched the recently dig- July 1918. 1923 chosen by the war Oscar-winning film depicts story seems very real de- graves of the men who
itized archives of the local Margaret's grief was ap- veterans for the honor Wil- the fictional account of a spite the passage of time. saved him and recalls newspaper, the Teesdale parently more than the fred was at her side. World War 11 rescue mis- There's a sense of connec- their sacrifice, saying he Mercury. In a minuscule vicar's wife, Sarah Eliza- He went on to become a sion for a single American tion to the past that tried to live the best life he item buried at the bottom beth Bircham, could bear devoted husband, father soldier whose brothers Brookes, the newspaper could. Wilfred Smith's of a long gray column Bircham, who organized and grandfather who liked have been killed in the editor, feels strongly family believes that he, came the answer: Queen care packages for troops in to laugh and took joy in fighting. Earlier this month, he too, could hold his head
Mary, wife of King George the trenches, wrote to simple things. His grand- "It was as if they knew lifted a dusty, faded red high as he scanned the V, heard about the sacri- Queen Mary about the daughter, Amanda Nelson, the story of us except book from an upstairs names of his brothers at fice of the brothers and in- deaths of Margaret's five recalls going to his home they are called the Ryans shelf that holds full-sized the Bowes obelisk. tervened to send Willie sons and how she had a for lunch on weekends, and not the Smiths," she bound copies of the paper: "He was a good dad," Dihome. sixth son still at war where he would delight the said. the volume labeled 1918. anne Nelson said with
A century later, the news The Teesdale Mercury little ones by racing snails Although Margaret Smith He pushed his finger down pride. "He was a true has stirred memories and reported what happened or other bits of silliness. once told a relative, "Dorft the page, to the final sen- person." inspired a mixture of next, printing the reply of His daughter Dianne
pride and astonishment the queen's secretary, Ed- Nelson said he doted on "To say it's been massive wa I rd Wallington. her and that, as the Prpqpntq Thp
1 11 I I
A12 SUNDAY JUNE 22, 2014 NATION Cimus COUNTY (FL) CHRONiCLE
Pagans mark summer solstice Group challenges Ohio
Stonehenge replica ban on campaign lies
in Washington Associated Press Rep Steve Driehaus in
2010. The planned ads acAssociated Press CINCINNATI A na- cused him of supporting
tional anti-abortion group taxpayer-funded abortion
wants a federal court to with his vote for President
MARYHILL, Wash. As their block an Ohio law barring Barack Obama's health
sons returned wounded, dead or people from knowingly or care law Driehaus filed a
the Atlantic in 1918, people in this recklessly making false formal complaint with the
thell Atlubia i1 oe n thist statements about candi- Ohio Elections Commissmall Columbia Gorge town sought dates seeking elective sion, saying the ads misto commemorate their sacrifice.ofcerpesndthfasad
On a visit to the original Stone- officeS represented the facts and
henge in England, a Quaker named The Susan B. Anthony violated Ohio's false
Sam Hill heard stories of dark do- List filed a motion Friday speech law
ings and ritual killings. What better in U.S. District Court in The billboard owner
way to mark the Great War then rag- Cincinnati, asking that the feared threatened legal
ing, he thought, than to construct a law not be enforced while action by Driehaus and dereplica near his estate in Maryhill, the group continues to lined to post the ads.
Washington, a town on the state's challenge its constitution- Driehaus dropped the
southern rim with Oregon. ality The motion says the case after losing his reHill argued that combat between Associated Press statute violates free election bid.
nations was an irredeemable folly A Trilithon at the Stonehenge replica in Maryhill, Wash., catches the first speech rights and "chills When the Susan B. Anand the dead soldiers an offering to rays of sunlight Saturday. The replica serves as a monument to the World core political speech." thony List challenged the the "god of war." So he built a West War I dead from Klickitat County. The U.S. Supreme Court law's constitutionality, a
Coast incarnation of Stonehenge in ruled unanimously Mon- federal judge said the
tribute. Saturday, about 30 turned out in stone pillars called trilithons. day that the group could group didn't have the right
The monument nearly lines up small groups from Oregon and Religions that treat the sun as a challenge the law, raising to sue because the case
with sunrise on the solstice, just southern Washington. deity turned to the summer solstice doubts about whether had been dropped and the
like Stonehenge though stories Hill'stestamenttotheWorldWarI as a holy day Greeks celebrated Ohio's law and similar group hadn't suffered acabout Bronze Age human sacrifices dead stands alone on a reedy out- their god of agriculture, Vikings ones in other states can tual harm. An appeals there were almost certainly false. cropping several hundred feet above planned raids and early governance survive complaints that court agreed. The original structure was likely the Columbia River Inscribed inside around midsummer, and Plains In- they violate free speech The Supreme Court one of the earliest calendars. are the names of slain soldiers from dians, including the Sioux, marked rights, didn't rule on the Ohio
And much like Stonehenge, the Klickitat County Like Stonehenge, it the occasion with a dayslong ritual. The anti-abortion group law's constitutionality but replica draws a coterie of neo- contains an outer ring of 16-foot-tall Other solstice celebrations in- challenged Ohio's ban sent the case back to the Druids, pagans and wiccans each stones, an inner grouping of 9-foot- cluded thousands practicing yoga in when it tried to post bill- lower court to consider the year on the summer solstice. On tall stones and five pairs of arch-like New York City's Times Square. boards attacking then-U.S. question.
C I T R U C 0 U N T Y
.he SERVING CITRUS COUNTY LONGER THAN THE REST, CONSISTENTLY
a 'R~tVVOTED REST OF THE REST! ...BAR S Irrigation Repairs &
CBaBlS EMERGENCY Of ARV Sod Sales & Install
'CC E SERVICE I Service Call I ITme Winner
...... FREE ESTIM New Customers5Only 2011 -2012-2013
2423 S. Rock Crusher Rd. PII IBING 30 YEARS EXEIEC
Homosassa SERVICE 354604973 1723 N. Lecanto Hwy., Lecanto, FL 34461
-TUESDAY-SATURDAY 8-4 StateCertified Master Plumber CFCl1427798 ic. #2646 -Insured -Bonded
DON'T LET YOUR Sy SHADY VIEW CANVAS
DRYER START *h Ul i6828 S. Shady View Pt. Floral City
AFRE N.w ril Water Systemn SERVICE CALLiIR6
ZAPPER 1 ......1" "A Awning- sBoatCovers
'.. It's Chemical Free v our Carports Marine Upholstery
4 It removes rotten egg Showroom in Repairs Boat Tops
sm ell and d iscolo ration Doto wnIn e, es
o5 It removes Iron, 102 W. Main St.
Hydrogen Sulfide Downtown
and Manganese 352-726-7300 Inverness ,_ (352) 613 251
,ne 15 Yer an Magns 352 RcadRumn
Your NeighborhoodIndoor Air Qualify Specialist *McKenzie D irty Wi nd ows?
tSummer TouNew$4995 Tue pesur Cleanin Window Cleaning Gutter Cleaning
GuarnteinglOx Cleaner Air &PrsueCan g ........
SceI or tune-up is free WIND
628-5700 Includes Our Exclusive Laser Particle Scan0GE
ne arbz to determine the quality of the air you no xeir* rvwySa E C NIndaWe LtMoe
Excuse NO OTHER COMPANY OFFERS e"......ALL PHASES OF PAINTING Weeninwsda0eL1re
CIQAir" [it#CAC1815891 THIS SERVICE! I BONDED & INSURED
A thr *x rLckr Expires June 30, 201 4 352-400-1404352.503.8465 www.windowgenie.com
LPL/IVIYOf~i)Aji(l Tile Floor Cleaning Pet Odor
I I -,?" 0O Removal Oriental Rugs
'I SERVICE Spot Removal
IBMake Your Best Deal Thakyu fr HALo~s s 19 .,-,-.CHAIR...,R
S& Then Present This Ad For Ancontinuing to vote us I1HLWAY IRECLINER CLEANED
......OF.........e........ Expirs//4 couch &/oveseat).I
(Muspresent adat time of si9flinlcontract) Frm0hu03LC/N.CC557352-794-0270 :~
I ,,wwwaaaroofingfloridacom 563-0411 e 726-8917 CR-C057844 wwwsmcfloruda corn
For information on BUOD EXCAVAfT!NG
how your business can TreWk*SiePp
advetie oebste al* Trim/Removal Bush Hogging
ChrnileWesie al LdLkA(*J3~~k Clearing Demolition
56amar9Buddc. Debris Removal
563-5592 WHERE QUALITY AND VALUE COME TOGETHER ownr uod riewy
Ur ll .U.. ~ U~l ...... 685 E. Gulf to Lake Hw.(1 MieWest ofLowe's on Hwy. 44) Lecanto nl r "Rc rvwy
NSRD W.mihss ocosign s APPoTENT352-400-1442
SLCENSED EVENINGS BY
CiRaw CowNvY (FL) CHRONICL LOCAL SUNDA, JUNE 22, 2O14 A13
Capt. Rick Burns navigates his way through the St. Martin's Keys on Thursday, past a plethora of sea life, including green turtles, tarpon and sharks.
SCALLOP C -MATTHEW BECK/Chronicle
Continued from Pape Al Capt. Rick Burns offers several items he considers must-haves
on a scallop trip. They include: fins, dive mask, snorkel, mesh
Right now we're seeing an in- bag, sunscreen, hair detangler and a Florida saltwater fishing
credible, incredible amount of license.
scallops. I think if's going to be
another phenomenal year" MUST-HAVE EQUIPMENT
Those harvesting the shelled Cp.Rick Burns' scallop must-haves include:
delicacy are restricted to 2 gal- Bay Scallop Harvest ZoneCat Ions of scallops in the shell, or 1 U in Dive mask U Snorkel
pin ofscllo met er ersn.-~ 40 Mesh bag U Sunscreen U Hair detangler
A maximum of 10 gallons of scallops in the shell or a half-gallon U Florida saltwater fishing license
of scallop meat per vessel will be
Fishing zones for bay scallops may Scallop zone: t 'season may not be so productive concoction of three simple
encompass roughly one-third of ,.uhwstbn f b at the next week, he said. household products will solve
the west coast of Florida. The Bec os-I a ot Thursday morning, Burns em- the problem, she said. She reccoastal zone from the Pasco- Lployed two swimmers to take a ommends a 50/50 mixture of
Hernando county line north to Stt ae w dar dip in the 83-degree, gin-clear water and baby shampoo with a
the west bank of the Mexico Not to *"I*e. State waesetn saltwater to scout for their capful or two of isopropyl alcoBeach canal in Bay County in OIw ffad from homto 3 quarry they intend to harvest hol added. Spray the mixture
the anhndl isope tohar m~n In Me Atk K~c next weekend. onto a mask before getting into
vesting bay scallops. According Capt. Michelle Zielecki, a chi- the water to keep it clear while
to Florida Fish and Wildlife ropractor by trade and Crystal swimming, she said. Another
Conservation Commission River resident, along with benefit, according to Zielecki, is
(FWC), boaters may not possess friend Raenee Franklin of Ho- the homemade solution's cost
bay scallops outside of the open- wvww.myfwc.com miosassa, searched only a matter is far less than bottles sold in
harvest zones. Those pursuing This map, available on the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation of minutes before finding dozens stores. She advises not rinsing scallops are required to have a Commission's website, shows the range for the bay scallop season. of the molluscs, all promptly re- the liquid from the mask after valid saltwater fishing license Bay scallops may only be harvested in state waters from the Pasco- turned to the floor of the gulf. if's applied. unless age requirements dictate Hernando county line (near Aripeka latitude 28 degrees, 26.016 After years searching the gulf The women also warned otherwise. minutes north) to the west bank of the Mexico Beach Canal in Bay for scallops, the two ladies have swimmers not to forget about apThe bay scallop season is County (longitude 85 degrees, 25.84 minutes west). developed some simple strate- plying a quality sunscreen bepresently set to close Sept. 24. gies to make a trip into the shal- fore leaving the dock.
For complete regulations and a shallow flats on a weekend at all times. By law, swimmers lows more comfortable and "Don't forget about putting it map of the fishing zone, go to afternoon. cannot stray more than 300 feet productive, on your back." Zielecki said. 'As
myfwc.com. "You don't want to wander too from the vessel where their dive One tip from Franklin will ou arte swtmng your back tise
Cp.Burns offered tips to far from the boat because the flag is displayed. help those with long hair out ofuthe water motof theiea
make a scalloping trip safety issue is you have hun- To locate scallops, Burns said "When you get out of the heavy concentration of sun productive. dreds and hundreds of boats to start by looking in areas wtr o att aeabtl hr.
"You want to plan your trip on running around," he cautioned. where turtle grass and sand bot- wfdater e yo andoh a ble there." usadisdths
an outgoing tide," he said, 'And "Legally you must display a dive tom converge. Scallops are filter ofidetangoerwand tsay bthe Fnamlyarn disd thehlose you may want to avoid going on flag when you have swimmers in feeders, and the transition area said. "You want tom spra tht- in r unfa m wit the gl shlw the new or full moon phase," he the water Swimmers want to between the grass and sand is ourhl ha ad comb iot tr hred ot ofxthee guo sol cautioned. Burns said tidal in- stay near the boat. And they where the scallops seem to find ougy Tats wy your won't gete proeitha xrmecuion wo fluences can be much stronger need to keep visually checking a comfort zone. Once a scallop isankotinyuhirhreapfsinlgidwo during the new and full moon in with the captain on their boat; found, simply pick it up off the Capt Zielecki offered a simple has intimate knowledge of the stages and swimmers unfamiliar just make eye contact, making bottom and tuck it away in a trick to help keep dive masks flats where scallops spend the with battling a strong tidal sure all is OK You also want to mesh bag for safe keeping. Nor- from fogging up, clouding a hot-weather months. Many flow can experience difficulty in make sure to have all of your mally, Burns said, where you swimmer's vision, which is a guides across the Nature Coast the more amplified current. United States Coast Guard find one scallop, there are sev- common and frustrating offer scalloping trip.
Burns stressed that safety safety equipment as well as a eral in the immediate area. problem. Matthew Beck is the chief
should be paramount for those first-aid kit aboard. Thaf's Scallops swim quite effec- "If your mask is foggy, you photographer for the Chronicle partaking in the summer scallop critical." tively and will migrate through- can't see the scallops and you and can be reached at
ritual, which often draws more He encourages swimmers to out the summer A productive end up fighting your mask half mbeck~jchronicleonlina corn or than 1,000 boats to the county's be aware of their surroundings area on the opening day of the the day," she said. A homemade calling 352-564-2919
previous one, which by all each of 10 study sites along count the scallops individ- Big Bend area. bare, don't give up, just FAM ILYaccounts was extremely the Gulf of Mexico coast, ually For instance, last 'And for those who go move a few feet down and
FA I Ysuccessful. said the study now being year researchers counted scalloping, if you are in an you may find a huge bed of
Continued from Page Al The figures for 2013 are done differently 74.6 scallops per 600 area where it appears them," Basino said.
unavailable, but in 2012, "Now we are using square yards, which was _____________________places as restaurants, ho- officials estimated that graphs and trends to pre- almost double that of 2012, tels and gas stations. 123,400 overnight visitors dict how many scallops are which was 36.5. This year's A"0r WAk0
A14SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 2014 NAfION Cinus CouNTY (FL) CmomcLE
A life of trouble, a moment of immortality
JAY REEVES Associated Prcss
Ruediger Richter barely
recognizes himself in the
yellowed military photo
graph hanging in his den
- one of the best-known
images of the Vietnam War
A sinewy GI stands in
the middle of the frame, N
staring into the distance;
behind him, another soldier looks down at the A,
body of a comrade,
wrapped in a poncho. The
photo, enshrined in the
National Archives, came
to be known as "The Agony
Richter is the man at the
center, though he does not
look the same. Partly, i s
because of age-hewas25
years old when the photo Associated Press
was taken, and he is now
73, with two grandchildren. U.S. Army soldier Ruediger Richter gazes aloft Aug. 14, 1966, as a helicopter prepares Partly, it's because of war's to land to pick up the body of a fallen soldier killed by mortar fire in South Vietnam.
Taken by an Army photographer and transmitted worldwide by The Associated Press, 5.
ravages months after the the image came to be known widely as "The Agony of War." Richter, a native of photo was taken, he was
shot in the head, and he Germany who joined the U.S. military after serving in the French Foreign Legion, was spent years coping with part of the 4th Battalion, 503rd Infantry, 173rd Airborne Brigade at the time. Richter puffs on a cigarette in a South Vietnamese jungle anger, alcohol, addiction to geon with water dropping in 1966.
pain medications, Post- down, just like in a movie.
traumatic stress. There was just a little win- People come up and say ability, but the Veterans with his ponytail, beard
But Richter himself will dow with bars," he said. things like, 'You're a hero.' Administration benefits and earring.
tell you that he does not re- After three days in kept coming and the ex- Richter finally sought
semble the man in the pic- lockup, a judge gave the I hate that. It makes me mad. change rates were good. help after he found himture because he is no longer penniless Richter a The couple built a home in self unable to breathe durthe man in the picture. choice: Stay in prison or I did my job. Berlin and then another in ing a session of online
"I was a killer then, 1 join the French Foreign rural Bavaria before mov- computer gaming, a pasRichter said on his front Legion, which was battling Ruediger Richter ing to an isolated farm sion of the couple. He was
porch, the wife who rebels in French- Vietnam veteran living in Georgia. south of Budapest, diagnosed with posthelped save his life by his controlled North Africa Hungary traumatic stress disorder
side, birds chirping in He was too young to join a former comrade said he met Martina, who was "We were always looking Today, medication helps trees rustled by the breeze. legally at age 17, Richter Richter rarely spoke with free only because her fa- to get away from people," Richter sleep and tamps "I have made my peace said, so he was given a new anyone. But Richter ther dug a tunnel under said Martina. "We had four down the dreams of guns here." name Horst Timm agreed to talk this spring the Berlin Wall to rescue horses, two sheep, 30 and battle and death.
MEN and allowed to enlist. partly because of his long- her and her mother after chickens, four ducks, 17 Two of Richter's sons
On Aug. 14, 1966, Richter does not know ago friendship with AP the Soviet clampdown. cats and 14 dogs. It was a served in the military, and Richter's job was clearing how many men he killed war correspondent Henri Richter had a harder dream." one fought in both Iraq
a landing zone in South with the Legion, or how Huet, killed when a heli- time feeding his addiction They returned eventu- and Afghanistan. Richter Vietnam so helicopters many night-long marches copter was shot down over to prescription drugs in ally to Berlin but Richter has few mementos of his could evacuate the he made through Morocco, Laos in 1971. Germany than in the said it became tougher to own military service.
wounded and dead after a Tunisia and Algeria. But The story he tells is dis- Florida Panhandle, but his get medical care for him- Among them are three mortar attack hit his unit. after five years, he left the tressingly familiar He life was still a swirl of fury self and his family follow- photos on his den wall, put Watching the scene un- Legion and regained his came back from Vietnam and awful memories. Mar- ing U.S. troop reductions there by Martina. fold from a safe spotArmy true name. An aunt and mad at everything and tina made the difference, in Europe at the Cold One photo shows the paratrooper and photogra- uncle living in Columbus everyone; he didn't like his he said. War's end, so he and Mar- handsome young man in
pher Paul Epley ignored suggested he come to appearance, didn't like "I didn't accept the way tina returned to the his French Foreign Legion
an order to stay down to America to restart his life, how he sounded after the he was," she said. "If I was United States in 2007. The uniform; another is Richter make the photo, which was so he did in 1964. injury, didn't like the way going to stay he had to next year, they bought the in his U.S. Army uniform. used in newspapers and Richter grew bored with he was screamed at by war change." rural patch where they The third is the original,
magazines worldwide his job constructing heli- protesters as he arrived He beat his addictions, now live, miles outside of black-and-white print of after it was transmitted by copter landing pads, so he home. and the two married on Columbus. "The Agony of War"
The Associated Press. enlisted in the Army in Out of the military on dis- Aug. 25, 1982. They have Richter doesn't want the Richter said the famous "Climbing up the rocks, 1965. According to his mil- ability after attaining the since had two sons, half- exact location given or his photograph means little to I saw the image coming to- itary file obtained from the rank of sergeant, Richter brothers to the three boys photo taken. He wants to him. It was but a split secgether I chased the light National Personnel and his first wife moved to from their previous remain anonymous, and ond along a road to hell and caught it at the deci- Records Center in St. Pensacola, Florida, where marriages. mostly avoids his neigh- and back.
sive moment," said Epley, Louis, he shipped out to Richter spent his days tak- Richter couldn't work bors. They don't know the 'Just a moment in time," now retired and living in Fort Campbell, Kentucky, ing too many pain pills, because of being on dis- story of the old hippie, he said. the woods of southern Vir- and landed in Vietnam in drinking too much alcohol ginia after a career as a June 1966 with the 4th Bat- and fishing on the city pier commercial photographer talon, 503rd Infantry, His marriage collapsed; en of Impact in Citrus County will featured in a
and, later, a veterans' serv- 173rd Airborne Brigade. desperately in need of a n M
ice officer Richter became an aide new start, he returned to special section on Wednesday, August 2 7, 2014.
In the photo, Richter to Col. Michael "Iron Germany.
looks skyward with his Mike" Healy, he said, and It was there, in 1978, that mouth open and his arms Healy who went on to eC
n just outside the frame C sore b TYIS
raised slightly Sgt. Daniel play a major role as a com- F11011 M ol
E. Spencer Jr of Bend, mander in Vietnam was
Oregon, looks dow join the ] d by:
mournfully at the body Of when Epley snapped the CC IT R U A," D UN T AT
Pfc. Daryl Raymond Corfm shutter. FBI Kids
man of Sycamore, Ohio; CITRUS COUN Y S
The moment captured,
Spencer also was killed in Richter kept going. He for
action, in 1968. The scene transferred to a reconnaisis shrouded in smoke. sance unit The war finally Vacation Women
People have attached a came to an end for him on
range of emotions and at- March 25, 1967, when a
tributes to the photo bullet hit him on the left Bible
through the decades: side of his face. LTRUSA Le ing to a better commun4 of
Richter was praying, he The slug destroyed his School! International
was questioning God, perm upper palate an injury Join Altrusa International of Citrus and the Citrus County Chronicle in
haps calling upon angels. that still makes it difficult Citnic Cnllnl [ AunmPn AxIbn hql7p mnelp nn imnqpt nn nIIr pnMM11nitAT -
Crrmus CouNTWi (FL) CHRONICLE NATION SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 2014 A15
There's a new 'World's Ugiliest Dog'
Peanut poses in front of the winning trophies.
Annual contest draws pooches
Associated Press all over his body
Chandler hopes PeaPETALUMA, Calif -nut's victory will help
It's that time of year again raise awareness about an-7 when dogs with unusually imal abuse.
large heads, hairless bod- "We're trying to use him ies and other oddities as a poster child for what compete to be the World's can happen to animals Ugliest Dog. who are abused," she said.
This year's winner? A 2- She plans to use the Peanutte aP2yea-ol year-old mutt named $1,500 prize to pay for Pent -erodmutt, is held by owner Holly Chandler winning the World's Ugliest Dog Contest on Friday at the
Peanut, whose wild white other animals' veterinary Sonoma-Marin Fair in Petaluma, Calif. Chandler and Peanut are from North Carolina. and brown hair, bulging bills. The past five winners short tufts of hair and a Chihuahua with a missing eye and a camel's back.
eyes and protruding teeth The contest, held at the have included a duckbelie his sweet, energetic Sonoma-Marin Fair- footed beagle, boxer and
personality grounds in Petaluma, Cali- basset hound mix with a
Although Peanut is fornia, is in its 26th year waddle, a Chinese crested healthy now, his owner, The dogs are scored by a and Chihuahua mix with a Holly Chandler of three-judge panel in sev- protruding tongue and
Greenville, North Car- eral categories, including olina, said he was sen- special or unusual attribously burned as a puppy, utes, personality and naturesulting in bald patches ral ugliness. ....
are now at
Shear Delight Salon
....Grovie, an 11-year-old 6679 W Gulf to Lake Hwy,
Chinese pug from Santa Crystal River
Quasi Modo, an 8-year-old mixed breed from Florida, Rosa, Calif., is Call for an appointment
walks across the stage during the contest. Quasi Modo photographed before the SweePee Rambo, a Chihuahua/Chinese Crested mix, is 352-795-1060 was born with a spinal birth defect. start of the contest. held by its owner. 0001M _______13ANY SERVICE SPECIAL
ORDERS OF $150 OR MORE,..
& 6 Cleaning Completed By 6/30/14 6
BEYON CARET CLANIN
CARPET--- ---- TIE&GOToHAptDIUHLSEYIARDC
NATION & WORLD
CITRS CO NTYCHRONICLE
Nation BRIEFS Putin backs cease-fire, but wants talks
Associated Press tensions. U.S. officials also Ukrainian troops have
accused Russian troops of struggled for weeks to supKIEV, Ukraine -Russian moving back into positions press separatists who have
President Vladimir Putin near the border with seized buildings and deexpressed support Saturday Ukraine's troubled east. clared independence in
for Ukraine's unilateral The Kremlin said in a the eastern Donetsk and
cease-fire in its baffle against statement that Putin "calls Lugansk regions near the
pro-Russian separatists and on the opposing sides to border with Russia.
appealed to both sides to halt any military activities Ukraine and the United
halt all military operations. and sit down at the negoti- States have accused Russia
But he warned that ating table." ofsupporting the insurgency,
Ukrainian President Petro The statement said including by permitting tanks
Poroshenko's blueprint for Putin supported Ukrain- to cross the border and wind
peace would not be viable ian President Petro up in the rebels' arsenal.
without action to start Poroshenko's decision to Russia counters that it is not
peace negotiations. order Ukrainian troops to Associated Press supporting the insurgents
The qualified Russian observe a unilateral cease- Pro-Russian fighters hold guns with roses Saturday after and Russians who have Associated Press backing for Poroshenko's fire starting Friday night. taking the oath of allegiance to the self-proclaimed Donetsk joined the fighting are This undated photo provided effort to halt the conflict But it added that Putin People's Republic, on Lenin Square in Donetsk, eastern doing so as private citizens. by Lola Kemp shows out- was another in a series of wanted to draw "attention Ukraine. Dozens of pro-Russian armed militiamen gathered U.S. and European leaders doors writer Karen Sykes. shifting Kremlin moves to the fact that the pro- on Lenin Square to take the oath after Ukrainian President have called on Russia to Crews spent a third day and statements that leave posed plan, without practi- Petro Poroshenko ordered his forces to cease fire Friday play a constructive role in Saturday searching Mount unclear the level of cal action directed at a and halt military operations for a week. settling the conflict and halt
Rainier National Park for Moscow's commitment to beginning for a negotiating dlude an amnesty for pro- mentary elections, protec- what they say is support for 70-year-old Sykes, who de-escalating the conflict process, will not be viable Russian separatist fighters tions for the language rights the rebels. The U.S. and was reported missing late Putin's conciliatory words or realistic." who disarm. of people who use Russian European Union have imWednesday while she re- came on the same day he Poroshenko bills the Further steps would in- as their main language, and posed financial sanctions
searched a story. Sykes ordered large-scale mili- unilateral cease-fire as de- dlude joint security patrols, eventually changes in the on specific Russian officials got separated from her tary exercises that NATO signed to inspire a wider a buflfer zone on the border, constitution to permit more but have held off on targeting hiking partner after they criticized as likely to raise peace plan that would in- early regional and parlia- regional self-government entire economic sectors. encountered snow, and
her partner said Sykes
had adequate survival
gear to camp overnight. W rtB IF
NMV detention center Splash of color
planned for families,fa
but not minors
ARTESISA, N.M. Congressman Steve Pearce .....
said Friday a new detention
facility planned for New
Mexico would only be for
immigrant families, not unaccompanied minors.
The Republican told the
Roswell Daily Records that
an area of the Federal Law
Enforcement Training Center in Artesia could house
families. But the facility was Associated Press
not equipped to handle par- A woman walks under
entless children. colorful umbrellas hanging
The U.S. Department of above a street Saturday
Homeland Security said Fri- in Putrajaya, Malaysia.
day the 700-bed facility ____________would likely be the first ofInltsmasri, several new facilities thatInltsmasri, will be open to house imini- more than 180
grants caught crossing the sentenced to death
border illegally. Associated Press M INYA, Egypt The
Federal officials so far Iraqi and Lebanese Shiite fighters from a group called the Hussein Brigade arrest a member of the Sunni- Muslim Brotherhood's spiritual have not said when the fa- dominated Free Syrian Army on Nov. 22, 2013, in the town of Hatita in the countryside of Damascus, Syria. leader and over 180 others
cility would open, but they were sentenced to death
indicated that it would beSaudybanEptn relatively soon. Ir q y 'a of ic court in the latest mass trial
Prisons address following last year's overheat issues with throw of the country's
a amaN mul.a ji ml Ha maIslamist president.
sideline-style fans h n g "'Ee rThe ruling by the southHUNTSVILLE, Texas ble e mn mi t eac Uoth ~~E ~e r ern Minya Criminal Court is
The nation's most populous the largest confirmed mass
prison system, facing legal Associated Press The seizure of large chunks of back home to defend against the death sentence to be
actions and criticism about Iraq by militants does offer Assad Sunni blitz, leaving behind gaping handed down in Egypt in
inmates having to endure BEIRUT a messaging victory: he has long holes in areas under their control. recent memory and comes
oppressive Texas summer n a reflection of how inter- insisted that the uprising against Another concern for Assad is from Judge Said Youssef,
heat, is looking to make twined the Syria and Iraq him is the work of foreign-inspired the possibility that the Islamic who earlier presided over
conditions a bit more bear- conflictss have become, thou- Islamic extremists, suggesting State might transfer advanced the mass trial. It is the secable at seven state lockups sands of Shiite Iraqi militiamen that the West needs to work with weapons and vehicles from Iraq ond death sentence for the by installing cooling sys- helping President Bashar Assad him to check the influence of ji- across the border into Syria. Brotherhood's Supreme tems similar to those seen crush the Sunni-led uprising hadis, and that the radicals, not A senior Iraqi intelligence offi- Guide Mohammed Badie on the sidelines of early- against him are returning home, the divided and weaker pro- cial confirmed that fighters have since the crackdown season football games. putting a strain on the over- Western moderate rebels, are the indeed begun doing this. The of- against his group began.
Texas epartmnt of tre-tche-d Syvrian military as it real alqte~rnative. to his rule. ficial, who spoke. to the, AP on Tecutaqitdmr
A cheetah rests in a field in Kenya, Africa.' Dunnellon resident Dan Mackey during his two-week photo expedition in Africa in 2013. (Photo courtesy of www.apertureacademy.com.
Dunnellon man captures beauty of Kenya's ani mals
STORY BY AUGIE SALZER FOR THE RIVERLAND NEWS *PHOTOS BY DAN MACKEY
uietly waiting in the pre-dawn light, This was not Mackey's first African adven- After the first disappointing trip, Mackey looked forflies buzzing all around, he is ready ture with his camera. After retiring ward to his travels to East Africa. The teaching advento aim and shoot the first exotic ani- from dentistry practice in De- ture started in the Lake Nakuru National for two
mal that comes into view Dunnel- cember 2011, the next nights and then on to the Maasai Mara National Reion's Dan Mackey has about 17,000 day he went on a serve. Pictures of cheetahs, lions, impala, rhinos, eapictures he shot of the many out- 10-day gles and a variety of other birds were shot during this
standing, beautiful criephotography expedition.
creatures inhabiting Kenya. When the workshop was completed, Mackey left his
Mackey went on a two- group and continued on to Amboseli National Park,
week photo expedition the elephant capital of Kenya. He stayed at a lodge lolast August and re- cated at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro and was able
turned with numerous digital photos of the to take pictures of the landscape and the elephants.
zebra, hippopotamus, tigers, giraffe, the elu- On the first day in Amboseli, Mackey experienced
sive leopard and lions with their young. some unexpected excitement. While in an all terHe was just a youngster when he first began rain vehicle, Mackey and the passengers noticed a
taking pictures with his Kodak Instamatic large elephant on the roadway in front of them.
camera while camping. "We had swamplands on both sides of the road
"I was enamored with taking pictures," when a large male elephant decided he would
Mackey said. "There were a lot of good memories take the same road," Mackey remembered.
and I never really got over taking pictures." "Needless to say, we backed up until we hit a
Although there was a great interest in photogra- fork in the road and let him pass on by It was
phy, Mackey just didn't have the time. First, there a little scary"
was school to become a dentist and then he was Although he has experienced the exotic animals in
drafted into the U.S. Army to Africa, Mackey also enjoys taking pictures in his back
A18 SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 2014 ENTERTAINMENT CITRus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE
SUNDAY EVENING JUNE 22, 2014 C: Comcast, Citrus B: Bright House D/1: Comcast Dunnellon & Inglis F: Oak Forest H: Holiday Heights
C B D/I F H 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 1 8:00 1 8:30 9:00 19:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30
F) [EWH NBC 19 19 News News American Ninja Warior 'PG' N (DVS) America's Got Talent (In Stereo) '14' m News Access
SPBS 3 3 14 6 Performances WEDU Hallowed Grounds (In Secrets of Underground Masterpiece Mystery! Will Burton PBS AreYou Keeping
0 PBS 3 3 14 6 Arts Plus Stereo) 'PG' London'PG' battles for justice. (N) 'PG' Previews Served? Up
O [WUFT) PBS 5 5 5 41 AfterYou AfterYou Nature'PG' Secrets-London Masterpiece Mystery! (N)'PG' Preview Austin City Limits
D NBC 8 8 8 8 8 News Nightly American Ninja Warnor Dallas Qualifyin America's Got Talent (In Stereo) '14' c News Paid
News Competitors tackle obstacles in Dallas. 'PC' Program k epido u
No ABC 20 20 20 News World Wipeout Fall in the Family" Teams of family Rising Star (Series Premiere) (N) (In Stereo News Spo Night
ABC 20 20 20 News members face obstacles. PG' N Live) PG' r( on 9
Evening 10 News 60 Minutes (N) (In Elementary (In Stereo) The Good WifeThe TheMentalist"Violets" 10 News Paid ear Annie: My What is acceptable for
WPcBS 10 10 10 10 10 News (N) Stereo) '14'm Last Call" 14' 14'c 11pm (NJ Program husband and I are us to do in order to take
FOX13 6:00 News (N) Enlisted American The The Family Guy American FOX1310:00 News (N) News Burn middle-aged back control of our
0 FOX 13 13 13 13 (In Stereo) c (N) 'PG' Dad 14' Simpsons Simpsons 14' Dad 14' (In Stereo) c Notice 'PG' empty nesters. A few yard? Kids d Dogs
B ~W ABC 11 11 4 News ABC Wipeout Fall in the Family"'PG' Rising Star (Series Premiere) (N) 'PG' News Inside Ed.
N 2 2 2 22 22 Brody File Watchman Monum.Study Great Awakening Love a Grace for Doug Daniel Jesse Bridging Great years ago, we sold our and Neighbors, Oh My
E IND 2 2 2 22 22 Child G' Today 'G' Kaufmann Kolinda Duplantis the ap Awaken old place and built our Dear Kids and Dogs:
S[WFT) ABC 11 11 11 News World Wipeout Fall in the Family" Teams of family Rising Star (Series Premiere) (N) (In Stereo News Castle'PG dream home. The prob- We appreciate that you
ED_ ABC_1_11_11 News members face obstacles. PG' cc Live) PG' r(
Modern Modern Big Bang Big Bang Glee Kurt tries to find Glee "Naked" (In he Office The Office We There We There lem is, our neighbors want to maintain good
E [Wo IND 12 12 16 Family Family Theory Theory his niche.'14' m Stereo)'14' c 14'm 'PG' Yet? Yet? have three young boys relations with the neigh9E [WTT MNT 6 6 6 9 9 ** "Crisscross"(1992 Goldie Hawn.'R' Seinfeld Seinfeld Raymond IHealth Our Is Whacked Born/Ride Honor who can't seem to stay bors and that you underM [WAC TBN 21 21 Dr. C.Stanley Rejoice in the Lord Connec Time of Turning Point 'G' Journey Jim Raley Paid Ministries out of our yard. stand how challenging a
WT cW 4 4 4 12 12 Ferinds Fnends Two and Two and CSI: Miami The CSI: Miami Tipping Criminal Minds"...And Criminal Minds (In We spent a fortune household of active boys
ED cw 4 4 4 12 12 'PG' '14' cc Half Men Half Men DeLuca Motel" '14' Point" 14' N Back" 14' cc Stereo) '14'm We spent a fortune household of active boys
Casita Big Rotary Chamber Crime Your Citrus County Court I Spy'G' Eye for an The Comedy planting and landscap- can be. Nonetheless,
S Y FAM 16 16 16 15 Dog Club Chat Strike'14' Eye Shop ing, and they your yard is
E WX FOX 13 7 7 Big Bang Big Bang Enlisted American Simpsons |Simpsons |Fam. Guy |American News TMZ (N)' PG' walk through your property.
( CWV EA UNI 15 15 15 15 14 2014 Copa Mundial de FIFA: GrupoG Bailando por un Sueio Concurso de baile. Sal y Pimienta'PG' P Luche |Noticiero
WPXION 17 Leverage'PG'm Lerage'P Leverage 'PG'm Leverage'PG'm Leverage'PG' The Listener'14' our flower Give the parDuck Duck Duck Duck Duck Duck Duck Duck Big Smo Smo Duck Duck gardens and ents another
54 48 54 25 27 Dynasty Dynasty Dynasty Dynasty Dynasty Dynasty Dynasty Dynasty 'PG P Dyna Dynasty mulch beds chance, asking
Dy1J 5 8 54 2 7~Dnst ___~Gnasty Dynasty mulch beds chance, asking
A**' "Meet the Fockers"(2004) *** "Ocean's Eleven"(2001) George Clooney. A suave Halt and Catch Fire (N) Halt and Catch Fire and climb on their assis( i 55 64 55 Robert De Niro.'PG-13 ex-con assembles a team to rob a casino vault. 14'm a '14n l
To Be Announced Finding Bigfoot (In American River Call of Call- Findin Bifoot (N) (In Call of Call- our newly tance in teach(Mi 52 35 52 19 21 Stereo P Renegades(N)'PG' Wildman Wildman Stereo) P' Wildman Wildman planted trees. ing their
"Holiday ** "Why DidI Get Married?"(2007) Tyler Perry. Eight married friends ** "Phat Girlz"(2006, Comedy) Mo'Nique, Godfrey. Two I recently children to use
96 19 96 Heart"' R' grapple with commitment and betrayal.'PG- 13' large women lookfor ove. PG-3 cc heard that the sidewalk.
A ) 254 51 254 Housewives/Atl. Housewives/Atl. Housewives/Atl. Married to Medicine Housewives/Atl. Happens |Atlanta
South Park South Park South Park South Park Kevin Hart: I'm a Grown Kevin Hart: Laugh at Kevin Hart: I'm a Grown Kevin Hart: Laugh at the neighbors (We'd avoid the
S 27 61 27 33 '14 '14' '14 14 Little Man My Pain 'MA, L' Little Man My Pain 'MA, L are adopting temptation of
98"Men in ** "Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde"(2003, Party Down South '14' Party Down South '14' Party Down South '14' two Yorkshire asking them to
98 45 98 28 37 Blackr" e rmedyReeseWitherspoon.'PG-13'm
(Wli 43 42 43 Paid Paid Debt/Part |On Ultimate Factories Ultimate Factories Ultimate Factories Ultimate Factories terrier pup- ANNIE'S skirt the
H 40 29 40 41 46 CNN Newsroom (N) CNN Special Report The Sixties The Sixties The Sixties The Sixties pies. I c M AILBOX perimeter, un5 A.N.T A.N.T Dog With a Dog With a Liv & I Didn't Do Austin & Phineas and Ferb (In Good- Liv & Jessie only expect M I Oless you can
46 40 46 6 5 Farm 'G' Farm G' Blog G' Blog G' Maddie It G' Ally 'G' Stereo) G' c Charlie Maddie 'G' c that the dogs turn it into a
( 33 27 33 21 17 2014 FIFAWorldCup: GroupG MLB Baseball Texas Rangers at Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. SportsCenter(N) will follow the boys into game.)
(5% 34 28 34 43 49 SportsCenter (N) Countdown SportsCenter (N) Wod Cu Tonight (N) (Live) ESPN FC (N) (Live) will follow the boys into game.)
E 95 70 95 48 Solemnity Thomas Sunday Night Prime Chester Rosary Dogmatic Theology Life on the Rock'G' our yard. You also could moni"Robin ***' "Up"(2009, Comedy) Voices of Ed ***' "Finding Nemo"(2003, Comedy) Voices of Albert Chasin Life "Help These boys play with tor your yard more
29 52 29 20 28 Hood"'G' Asner, Christopher Plummer. PG Brooks, Ellen eGeneres. G' Wante '14' c the children who live on closely, stopping the
**'e "Veronica Guerin" (2003, Biography) Cate *** "The Color of Money" (1986, Drama) *** "Far and Away" (1 992, Drama) Tom 118 170 Blanchett. (In Stereo) R' c Paul Newman. (In Stereo) R' c Cruise, Nicole Kidman. 'PG-13' c the other side of our boys when you see them
( ) 44 37 44 32 Fox News Sunday FOX Report (N) Huckabee FOX News Special Stossel Huckabee house. (Those kids are and escorting them to
(01 26 56 26 Food Network Star Chopped 'G' Guy's Games Food Network Star Cutthroat Kitchen 'G' Cutthroat Ktchen 'G' not a problem.) the sidewalk.
(1 732 112 732 Boxing NASCAR UFC UFC Presents (N) UFC Unleashed'PG' The Ultimate Fighter FOX Sports Live (N) We have asked the If these efforts do not
(51) 35 39 35 Bull Riding World Poker World Poker UFC Unleashed (N) World Poker World Poker
0 "Horrible Bosses"(2011, Comedy) Jason ** "Bad Teacher"(2011, Comedy) Cameron ** "BadTeacher"(2011 Comedy) Cameron parents to have the boys achieve the desired re( 30 60 30 51 Bateman, Chadie Day R Diaz, Justin Timberlake. 'R' Diaz, Justin Timbedake. 'R' walk the perimeter of sults, your best bet is a
S 727 67 727 Golf IGolf Central (N) PGA Tour Golf Travelers Championship, Final Round. our yard or use the side- fence, either around the
*** "Honeymoon for One" (2011, Romance) Sin ed, Sealed, "A Taste of Romance" 2011, Romance) Teri Sined, Sealed,walk to reach their entire yard or as a
59 68 59 45 54 Nicollette Sheddan. NR' c Delivered 'G' cc Polo, Bailee Madison.N 'c N D1ivered 'G' walk to reach their entire yard or as a
3 2 "Life of Pi" ** "The Wolverine"(2013, Action) Hugh True Blood (Season True Blood (In Stereo) Last Week True Blood friends, but the kids smaller barrier around
302 201 302 2 2 (2012) PG'c Jackman. (In Stereo)'PG-13 Premiere) (N)'MA' MA' c To. seem clueless and the the flowerbeds and
True 303 202 303lood "Dead True Blood "Life True Blood *** "Enough Said"(2013) Julia **' "Ted" (2012) Mark Wahlberg. mother appears over- growing trees that you
303 202 303 Meat" 'MA' cc Matters" MA' c "Radioactive" 'MA' cc Louis-Dreyfus. 'PG-13' cc (In Stereo) cc
(i 23 57 23 42 52 Hunters Hunt Intl Hunters |Hunt Intl Beach IBeach Brother vs. Brother Hunters Hunt Intl Hunters Hunt Intl whelmed. need to protect.
American Pickers (In American Pickers (In Mountain Men "The Mountain Men (N) (In The Hunt "One Shot" Pawn Stars Pawn Stars ) 51 54 51 32 42 Stereo)'PG'c Stereo)'PG'c Revelations"'PG' Stereo)'PG'c (N)'PG'c 'PG' 'PG'
"The Nightmare "Stolen From the Womb" (2014 Suspense) Drop Dead Diva "It Had Devious Maids (N) "Stolen From the 0 M O V IES
( ) 24 38 24 31 Nanny'(2013)'NR LauraMennell, Larisa Oleynik. NRE' to eYou"'PG' 'PG'm Womb" (2014)'NR'
50 119 "An Officer and a Murderer" (2012, "Happy Face Killer" (2014, Docudrama) David "The Grim Sleeper" (2014, Docudrama) Times provided by Regal Cinemas and are subject to change; call ahead.
MR)_ 50 119 Docudrama) Gary Cole, Laura Harris. N Arquee, Gloia Reuben. c Dreama Walker, ffacy Gray. c
"The ** "A Good Day to Die Hard" **' "Ender's Game" (2013) Harrison Ford. (In "Runner Runner" (2013) Ben Skin to the Crystal River Mall 9; 4:15 p.m., 7:20 p.m.
320 221 320 3 3 Ringer" (2013) Bruce Wilis.'R N Stereo)'PG-13'c Affle. (In Stereo) R' c M 5 ax: 2 p.m.
3201 21 13201 31 3Cauht n Cmer auis 1Alec. (n Sere)'RN 1564-6864 10:20 p.m.
S 424142 Caught on Camera Caught on Camera Caught on Camera Sex Bunker A grocer The Longest Night: Lockup "22JumpStreet"(R)
4Into the Deep" "Surprise!" has another identity. Austran ellar "22 Jump Street" (R)
SLocked Up Abroad Locked Up Abroad '14' Locked Up Abroad Miracle Landin on the Hudson Plane lands in Miracle Landin on the 1:45 p.m., 4:45 p.m., 7:45 p.m., Citrus Cinemas 6
109 65 109 44 53 "Delhi"'14' "Spain"14' NewYork's Hudson River (N)'PG, L,V' Hudson'PG, LV' 10:25 p.m. No passes. Inverness; 637-3377
(li 28 36 28 35 25 "Terrythe Tomboy"(2014)'NR' Sam & Full H'se Full H'se Full H'se Full H'se Full H'se Full H'se Friends Friends "Blended" (PG-13) 1:50 p.m., "22 Jump Street" (R) 1 p.m.,
W) 103 62 103 OurAmerica OurAmerica OurAmerica Oprah: Where Now? Master Class OurAmerica 4:50 p.m., 7:50 p.m., 4:10 p.m., 7:20 p.m.,
(Y 44 123 Snapped 'PG' SnappedPG 'edPG' c Snapped 'PG' Snapped: Killer Snapped 'PG' c Snapped 'PG' c
*32 4 "Silver Linings Califonication Nurse Penny Dreadful (In Nurse Californication Penny Dreadful Penny Dreadful 10:35 p.m. 10:15 p.m.
340 241 340 4 Playbook" Jackie Stereo)'MA' Jackie (N) "Possession"'MA' Possession"'MA' "Edge of Tomorrow" (PG-13) "Edge of Tomorrow" (PG-13)
i 37 43 37 27 36 Bar Rescue (In Stereo) Bar Rescue "Critters Bar Rescue Scoreboard Bar Rescue Bar Rescue Frankenfood Frankenfood Frankenfood Frankenfood 1:20 p.m., 7:05 p.m., 9:55 p.m. 4 p.m., 10 p.m. No passes.
37 43 37 27 36 'PG' and Quitters"'PG' to Death" 'PG' 'PG' PG' G' G' G' G' No passes. Edge of Tomorrow" (PG-13)
"The Lone Ranger" 2013, Western) Power "This Is Real" Power "This Is Real" "Gone in Sixty Seconds" (2000, Action) (InIZ 37 271 370g joh Ranrow (PG- 13)13 In 3D 1:1_. :0pm
370 271 370 Johnnyepp. Stereo) PG-13' (iTV)'MA'c (iTV)' MA' Nicolas Cage. (InStereo P-13 c "Edge of Tomorrow" (PG-13) In 3D. 1:15 p.m., 6:50 p.m.
Into the Saltwater Sport Ship Sportsman Reel Time Fishing the Addictive Professional Tarpon Reel Trackside In 3D. 4:55 p.m. No passes. No passes.
36 31 36 Blue G' Exp. Fishing Shape TV Flats Fishing Tournament Senries Animals G' Live "How to Train Your Dragon "How to Train Your Dragon
EY 31 59 31 26 29 Splice" Mane, aSheri Mo 2009 eHorror) Malcolm McDowell, Tyler ** "Thedlnvasion"i (2007, Science Fiction) Dominion "Pilot"'14' 2" (PG) 1:30 p.m., 7:25 p.m. 2" (PG) 1:30 p.m., 7:30 p.m.
31 5 31 6 29*S~plic"n e hr Music Com edy **' 1Gdila K io e he ,Dail Cag'P1 ) 49 23 49 16 19 **' "Lottery Ticket" (2010) Bow Wow. *** "Hitch"(2005) Will Smith.'PG-13' (DVS) |*** "Hitch"(2005)'PG-13' No passes. No passes.
"On theTown"(1949, Musical Comedy) ** "Godzilla, Kin of the "Mighty Joe Young" (1949) Terry Moore. Promoter "How to Train Your Dragon "How to Train Your Dragon
(181 169 53 169 30 35 Gene Kelly 'NR' (DVS) Monsters"(1956) 'NR' beings jungle girl and her big ape to Hollywood. 2" (PG) In 3D. 4:30 p.m., 2" (PG) In 3D. 4:30 p.m.,
Naked and Afraid (In Naked and Afraid (In Naked and Afraid (In Naked and Afraid (N) Naked and Afraid (N) Naked and Afraid (In 10:20 p.m. No passes. 10:10 p.m. No passes.
53 34 53 24 26 Stereo) '14' c Stereo) '14' c Stereo) '14' c (In Stereo) 14' c (In Stereo) '14' c Stereo) '14' c
( ) 50 46 50 29 30 Dates IDates Dates IDates Sister Wives'PG' Sister ISister Return to Amish '14' Sister ISister "Jersey Boys" (R) 1 p.m., "Jersey Boys" (R) 12:30 p.m.,
**' "W"(2008, Docudrama Josh Brolin, **' "The Longest Yard" 2005, Comedy) *** "Jarhead"(2005)Jake Gyllenhaal. 4:10 p.m., 7:15 p.m., 10 p.m. 3:40 p.m., 7 p.m., 9:45 p.m.
350 261 350 Elizabeth B anks. (In Stereo)PG-13'm Adam Sandler. In Stereo) PG-13 c Marines band together during the Gulf War "Maleficent" (PG) 2 p.m., "Maleficent" (PG) 1:40 p.m.,
NASCAR ** "Red"(2010) Bruce Willis. TheCIAtargets ateam of The Last Ship "Pilot: Falling Skies "Ghost in The Last Ship "Pilot: 4:20 p.m., 8 p.m., 10:30 p.m. 4:40 p.m., 7:40 p.m.
48 33 48 31 34 Racing former agents for assassination.'PG-13' Phase Six"'14' the Machine"'14' Phase Six"'14' '2 p 8 1 p : p.m.
TOONi 38 58 38 33 Teen Gumball Adven IRegular King/Hill King/Hill Rick IBurgers Burgers Fam. Gu Fam.Guy Chicken "The Fault in Our Stars" 10:15 p.m.
A 9 106 9 44 Beach-n-RVs'PG' Tricked Out Trailers RV2014'G' c Mega RVCountdown MegaRVCountdown ExtremeRVs'PG' (PG-13) 1:05 p.m., 4 p.m., "The Fault in OurStars" (PGiV 25 55 25 98 55 truTV Top Funniest truTV To Funniest Carbon ICarbon truTV Top Funniest Funniest Wins'14' truTV Top Funniest 7p.m., 10:05 p.m. 13) 12:45 p.m., 3:45 p.m.,
(0 32 49 32 34 24 Cosby C osb y ICosby The Cosby Show Cosby |Cosby King Kin Kng King "Think LikeA Man 2" (PG-13) 7 p.m., 10 p.m.
Law & Order: Special Law & Order: Special Law & Order: Special Law & Order: Special Law & Order: Special Modern Modern 135 4:35 7:35
A) 47 32 47 17 18 Victims Unit'14 Victims Unit'14 Victims Unit'14 Victims Unit'14 Victims Unit'14 Family Family 1:35 p.m., 4:35 p.m., 7:35 p.m.,
CSI: Miami "Bolt Action" CSI: Miami "In Plane CSI: Miami "Bad Seed" CSI: Miami (In Stereo) CSI: Miami A severed CSI: Miami "Out of 10:15 p.m. Visit www.chronicleonline.com
E) 117 69 117 '14' Sight"'14'c '14'c '14'N leg.'14'c Time"'14'c "X-Men: Days of Future for area movie listings and
( i 18 18 18 18 20 Funny HomeVideos Funny HomeVideos ***2 "Three Kings"(1999)'R' Salem (N)'MA' Salem'MA' Past" (PG-13) 1:15 p.m., entertainment information.
ACROSS 96 drop soup 11 Lawyers'org. 103 Symbol of peace 120 Affection 134 Mountain ridge
1 Handled roughly 97 River in France 12 Earth 105 Pleasant smell 122 Cry like a cat 135 With breath
6 Surmounting 99 Snake 13 Doctrine 106 Complain 124 Fleur-de- 137 Prima donna
10 The players 102 Old Roman poet 14 Maker of laws 107 -de-camp 125 Term in golf 139 Delight
14 Dried out 104 -Arbor, Mich. 15 Big bird 109 Bark 126 Brooks or Gibson 141 Cape Canaveral grp.
18 Broad street 105 Fuss 16 Fixes fraudulently 111 Time 127 Chinese gelatin 142 Farm structure
20 Burn 106 Machine parts 17 British composer 113 Give rise to 128 "Bolero" composer 144 generis
21 Awoodwind 107 Name in Genesis 19 Fitforfood 114 Very bad 130 Correct 146 Samovar
22 Post or Dickinson 108 Wooden duck 23 Abominable 116 Also not 132 Cringe 148 "Norma-"
24 Unriddled 110 Row snowman 118 Peace pipe 133 Crane on a ship 150 Tried for office
25 Protagonist 112 President 28 Koppel or Nugent
26 "No -, no gain" Ford 31 Poor grade Ple answer is on Page A23.
27 Lump of gold 114 Country house 33 Skillet 2 a i 1 1 14 1 16 17
29 Well-kept 115 "Ocean's -" 35 de plume
30 The same 117 Gator relative 38 A relative is 2 21
32 Double agent 119 contendere 39 "Cat in the Hat" author
34 Home the singer 120 Over a vast area 40 Heron 25 26 2I
36 Fill 121 Rudimentary (Abbr.) 42 Energy cartel (Abbr.)
37 Classified listings 123 Mixture 44 Betsy or Diana 0 1' .2 .a 24 a
38 Stillsleeping 125 Wan 45 Sycophant __-
39 Kind of station 126 Make imperfect 46 Long fish as1 as o 1 42 '0
41 Dorothy's dog 129 Fishermen's place 48 Opening
43 Clear 131 Foreign 49 Card with three pips 45 4 4
44 Precept 132 Be conceded 50 Israeli dance
45 "- Mutant Ninja Turtles" 133 Spot of paint 51 Hotel offering as si1 s2 1 s .1 os so s7
47 Swabs 136 Minced oath (2 wds.)
49 King's seat 138 Small branch 52 Penn or Connery
52 Acid tasting 140 Mil. branch 54 Escaped as e- e" as -3 -1
53 Sapling 141 Standard 56 Impossible to fix
55 Take pleasure in 142 Teasdale the poet 57 Makes points o hd2 -" w- .59 Perch 143 Extravagant 58 Loathed
60 Think logically 145 Sad 60 Cheer .- -- c i az
62 Fashion magazine 147 Stalemate 61 Loch
64 About 149 Three-legged stand 63 Clean-water grp. a 8- 8
65 God of love 151 Musical 66 Lynn or Swit
66 Quite a lot entertainment 68 Outer layer
67 Newt 152 -goes nothing! 70 Ankle injuries 9-1c'1
69 and downs 153 Facilitate 73 Lariat ss
71 Horse's gait 154 Rocksalt 74 -and feathered 2 104 -es a- in
72 Edible tuber 155 Resting place 75 Suffix for lemon or lime
73 Crazy 156 Camp item 76 Accentual mark 1 100 1 "11 12 11, I I
74 Secure-flights org. 157 Raise 79 Golf peg
75 Make fit 158 Observed 80 Jalopy ivs 1c i 1 l20
77 Before 81 Perform
78 Commence DOWN 83 Dessert choice 21 122 23 *24 125
80 Waterfall 1 Macaroni 84 Abase oneself
82 Tore 2 Steer clear of 85 Picturesque 12 12: 1n 12 '-so 131 132 133
84 Aquatic birds 3 Joins metal parts 86 "- Town"
85 Flyhigh 4 Adeadlysin 89 Battery terminal i1m 17 138 '39m 1 141 142
87 Frosted 5 Payable 91 Eager
88 Assumed name 6 Hurt 92 Quantity of wood i 144 4 146 17 48 i1, 1a
89 Check 7 The people there 95 An explosive 2
90 Raisinlike fruit 8 Scull 97 Domain
92 Apple drink 9 Role in 98 Nimbus
93 Fall mo. "The Tempest" 100 Put on the market
94 Weasel cousin 10 Mimicking one 101 Drama
6-22 F 2014 UFS, Dist. by Universal UIclick for UFS
Cimus CoCINT-' (FL) CHRONICLE VETERANS SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 2014 A19
Clinic accepting Honor Flight tourney a hit DAV helps vets Case manager
enrollments iI..get to clinics aids veterans
The Lecanto VA Clinic AThe DAV transportation The Citrus County Vetis currently accepting network has received erans Services Departhealth care enrollments Agreat response for volun- ment has a case manager
and registrations. teer drivers for the two who is available to assist
VA enrollment qualifies vans assigned to the veterans to apply for benas Minimum Essential Lecanto clinic -one efits and provide informaCoverage, under the Af- going from Lecanto to tion about benefits.
fordable Care Act (ACA). Gainesville, the other The monthly schedule
New patient appoint- from Lecanto to The is:
ments for primary care Villages. 0 First Wednesday
and mental health are The Gainesville van Lakes Region Library,
available. goes each weekday and 1511 Druid Road, InverThe clinic is at 2804 W The Villages run is made ness.
Marc Knighton Court, when there is a need. Vet- 0 Second Wednesday
Lecanto (next to Black Di- erans who need to go to Homosassa Library
amond). Clinic hours are GO0L F 1000 appointments in 4100 S. Grandmarch Ave.,
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday COUNTRY CLUB Gainesville or The Vil- Homosassa.
through Friday; closed 3150 SCountry Club Dr lages are asked to call the 0 Third Wednesday
federal holidays. hwsrnsss FL 34450 Veterans Service Office in Coastal Regional Library,
Call Lecanto Veterans ULecanto at 352-527-5915 to 8619 W Crystal St., Crystal
Affairs (VA) Clinic at 352- Pa to thdeha 4- $IL7 o be placed on the van list. River
746-8004 for eligibility in- O~f o___________________f All appointments must be Hours are 10 a.m. to
formation. made before 1 p.m. 2 p..m. To make an apSpecial to the Chronicle pointment to meet with
Come play gaines The May 24 golf tournament at the Inverness Golf & Country club was a huge hit, 'In Their W'ords' the case manager, call
raising $7,900 to help out the Honor Flight of West Central Florida, an organization w nstois352-527-5915. with post ~that takes World War 11 veterans to Washington, D.C., for the day to see theirwatsore
VFW Post 8189 in Ho- memorials, at no cost to them. The tourney also benefitted Operation Welcome The Chronicle features Assist Coast mosassa invites the public Home, an organization that gives returning soldiers a special ceremony upon stories of local veterans. G adA1. to have some fun. returning home from their tour of duty in Afghanistan. Pictured are Barbara Mills, The stories will be about Gu-lAliary
Bingo is played at of Operation Welcome Home, and Ron Faucher, of IGCC. a singular event or mo- Ex-military and retired
2 p.m. Wednesdays and ____________________________________ment in your military ca- military personnel are
food is available. Jam ses- reer that stands out to needed to assist the U.S.
sions are from 3 to 7 P.m. Amrerican Legion Wall- special events that are dinner you. It can be any type of Coast Guard Auxiliary to
Thursdays. Rives Post 58. Doors open open to the public. For more information event, from something help the Coast Guard with
The post is at 8856 at 4 p.m.; games start at On a regular basis, and menus, call the post from the battlefield to a non-military and non-law Veterans Drive, 6 p.m. bingo is at 1 p.m. Sundays at 352-726-3339, email fun excursion while on enforcement programs
Homosassa. Dinner is available for in the smoke-free hall. vfw4252@tampabay leave. We also ask that such as public education,
$5. For more information, rr.com and Google VFW you provide us with your vessel safety checks,
40&8 to have The post is at 10730 U.S. call 352-746-0440. 4252, Hernando. rank, branch of service, safety patrols search and
41, Dunnellon. theater of war served, rescue, maritime security
bre astyears served, outfit and and environmental proCitrus 40&8 Voiture Public welcome Post 4252 invites Trip to Hawaii mi veterans organization af- tection.
129wloe h ulcfiliations. Wear the Auxiliary uni129 elomsth it~~lcat Friday dinners all for meals, more planning stages To have your story told, form with pride and your
to breakfast from 8:0t call C.J. Risak at 352-586- military ribbons.
11:30 a.m. the first Sunday Everyone is welcome to VFW Post 4252, State The late fall trip to 9202 or email him at Criminal background
each month at American join Blanton-Thompson Road 200 in Hernando Hawaii for veterans and firstname.lastname@example.org. C.J. check and membership
Legion Post 155 on State American Legion Post 155 (with the helicopter out their families and friends will put together your sto- are required. Road 44 in Crystal River in Crystal River in its fotwlmethpu- ilbermOc.2to ries and help set up ob- Email Vince Maida at
(6585 E. Gulf-to-Lake nonsmoking hall from 5 to lic at its meals and activi- Nov 15. taining "then"' and "now" vsm44Oqaol.com, or call
Highway). 6:30 p.m. Fridays for din- ties. The trips include serv- photos to publish. 917-597 6961.
Donation is $6 for ner Price depends on the Meals include lunch ices on the USS Arizona,
adults; special on kids' (8 dinner being served, every day and breakfast USS Utah and the Naand younger) meals. Spe- All proceeds benefit on Sunday from 9 a.m. to tional Cemetery of the Pa-Sh lo + are '
cialty drinks available veterans' programs. 1 p.m. Activities include cific, tours of the islandsL
for $1. The hall is For more information, bar bingo on Tuesday of Oahu, Kauai, HawaiiInrae
smoke-free. call 352-795-6526. from 2 to 4 p.m. and Show and Maui and many activ- q a i o
Proceeds benefit pro- Me the Hand at 2 p.m. ities including golfing, www.sheldonpohinsumrance.com
grams of the 40&8. Pos Thursday parasailing and dinner Auto Home Life Business
Potwelcomes Dance music is on tap cruises. _________________Bingo open to public for fun every Friday and bingo is For more information Auto Owers SAFE, SUND & EICRE.1i
played in the hall Satur- and to reserve a spot, call Thars___why__ your__neighbors___use__us! pulcT usas VFW Post 10087 in Bev- day Cmdr Don McLean, U.S.
pulcT usas erly Hills, 2170 Vet Lane Friday features an all- Navy retired, at 352-637- 849W HoversassandBv. 13 FL Ctruslls ran Hy
The public is invited to (County Road 491 behind you-can-eat fish fry or 5131 or email dmclean8 352.628.1030 352.341.4661
play bingo Thursdays at Cadence Bank), often has New England boiled @tampabayrr.com. 352___ 628___1030___352__341___4661
IW I' k I f
V.ETEIRANS__CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE
Welcome Home Ceremony w
set for two soldiers at post
A Welcome Home Celebration is
planned for Friday, June 27, at the Her-th nando VFW Post 4252 on State Road
200 (where the helicopter is).6V&o Dinner is at 5 p.m., with the program
to start at 6 p.m.
Specialist Chris Dryden, 101st Airborne
Delta Co. 159th Combat Aviation Brigade,
will be one guest of honor A graduate of
Crystal River High School, he has served
in Operation Enduring Freedom in
Sgt Ryan Williams, 4th Infantry Division
a graduate of Crystal River High School 7,,
and served two tours in Operation Endur- Ow l' ,
ing Freedom in Afghanistan.
Dinner will be spaghetti with garlic
bread, salad and dessert for $7.50. For'"
more information, call the post at 352726-3339. breakfast today/
Inverness Elks Lodge 2522 announces
its next veterans' breakfast will be from
8 to 11 a.m. today, June 22. They will serve
eggs to order, bacon, sausage, omelets, Name: Edward Popp
pancakes, tea and coffee. Rn:Oller/fireman/watertender
All veterans and active-duty personnel, Branch: Merchant Marines
eat for free. Donations are accepted for Date of service: 1943-45
other guests. Ships: SS Paine Wingate, SS Gulfmaid
For more information, call the lodge at Areas of service: Oran, Algiers, Bizerte in North Africa; Malta; Salerno and Naples in Italy; Great Britain
352-726-2027. Job: Engine maintenance aboard Liberty-class ships on convoys taking supplies, munitions,
aircraft and vehicles to forces overseas
Post plans Mexican buffet Veterans organizations: Veterans of Foreign Wars
The public is welcome to join the VFW
Post 4337 family for a Mexican buffet from
5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, June 28, at the post S
home, 906 State Road 44 E., Inverness. Memory 0fai raid. e nerience lssalftm
Dinner is $7; entertainment to be 1ya rlatW lf tm
announced. June birthdays will be
recognized. C.J. RISAK "On that trip, I was an oiler," Popp
Call 352-344-3495, or visit wwwvfw Chronicle I recalled. "My duty was to make rounds
4337.org, for information about all post 'M iat certain times to check various
events. dward Popp will .................gauges and oil levels to make certain
17', WO the massive engine was well lubriTourney to help veterans tell you he wasn't cated." Popp was on the 8-to-12 watch,
Rolin Thndr Forda heater n-anything special. some ships continuing on to England, which meant he worked from 8 p.m. to
RolingThuderFlrid Chpte 7 n-and our group veering south toward midnight and from 8 a.m. to noon.
vites all golfers to its annual Independ- During World War 11, he the Rock of Gibraltar" and North 'All went well until about 9:45 p.m.,
ence Day Golf Tournament on Saturday, gus Africa, Popp said. when suddenly I heard a bomb exJune 28, at Citrus Springs Golf and Coun- was a lot like other gus First stop was Oran, a city located plode, not too far away," he rememtry Club. The proceeds from the event go he joined because that on the Mediterranean Sea on the bered. "Then there was a series of
toward helping Citrus County veterans northwest coast of Algeria. After a explosions."
and their families and furthering our goal was the right thing to do. couple days with little activity, his ship That's when the reality of the war
of American POW/MIA awareness. But Popp gtinto a "along with six or eight (other) ships" hit home for the 19-year-old; this was
Shotgun start is 8:30 a.m. with coffee and gtset sail, heading east to Algiers an air raid and his ship was one of the
doughnuts. The "Hole in One" contest is service that was a bit After a few days with some cargo targets. It was difficult to explain "all
sponsored by Harley-Davidson of Crystal unappreciated, extremely unloaded and more loaded on, the the emotions one feels and all the
River The $60 entry fee also includes Paine Wingate set sail for another thoughts one has at a time like this. I
green fees and cart door prize ticket, dangerous and definitely North African port: Bizerte, located in think my first thought was 'What am I
goody bag, one free putt in putting contest, the Bay of Bizerte inThnisia. During supposed to be doing in an emergency
two free mulligans and ending with an old- a major factor in the their five days at anchor there, they like this, what was my job and how can
fashioned Fourth of July belly-busting winning of the war received news that Allied troops had I best protect myself?"
cookout. invaded Italy, which occurred in Sep- Popp quickly realized his duty was
For more information and to download A native of Marston, Missouri, Popp tember, 1943. News of any sort aboard in the engine room, to make sure they
registration form, see the website at had a choice what service to join in an enclosed ship was precious, making could get underway quickly if neceswwwrollingthunderfl7.org, or call John 1943. He selected the Mer- this eagerly accepted information. sary He also realized the engine room
Jolicouer at 727-415-7728 or Citrus Springs chant Marine, which -al- was 14 feet below the waterline, a bad
Country Club at 352-489-5045, or contact though not one of the location with bombs exploding all
any member of Rolling Thunder armed services -was im- around.
Chapter 7. perative. At that time, His job as an
America's biggest contri- oiler also included
V auxiliary plans picnic bution to the war effort f Iceknth
was supply The U.S. kept wichein theck
VFW Post 10087 Ladies Auxiliary will both the Soviet Union which provided him
host its annual Independence Day picnic and Great Britain in the an opportunity to go
on Friday, July 4. war with ship loads of up top and see what
Lunch will be served from noon to muiios sethrug was happening. "It
Onuw CauTtiY (FL) CHRONnaL SUNDAY JUNE 22, 2O14 A2l
Youpay-t ifyouhae: oupatablets hve
*omril/rvt anuac *it *n
ou-fpce *xes *f *or tha
a omrilpiae nuac iha
YouMdiar pa i oaeYuPat f yo u xhavepan
o e r
S~N insurne.es e e
Bruh to yo Iy Pfier
th maer 6o nae Irn LII *
*Pthe makE ofA-RD PTRM AN)ODIIN
By using the LIPITOR Choice Card (the "Card"), you c) Patients participating in this category cannot Offer valid only in the U.S. and Puerto Rico, but not attest that you meet the eligibility criteria and will comply seek reimbursement for a purchase of LIPITOR for Massachusetts residents or where otherwise
with the Terms and Conditions described below: from any third party insurance entity during prohibited by law.
You will pay $4 for a 30-day supply (30 tablets) if: the term of this offer. The Card is limited to 1 use per person per month
you use commercial/private insurance and your Out- This offer is not valid for prescriptions that are eligible during this offering period and is not transferable. It is of-pocket expense for a 30-day supply of name-brand to be reimbursed, in whole or in part, by Medicaid or illegal to sell, purchase, trade, or counterfeit, or offer
LIPITOR is $130 or less. other federal or state healthcare programs (including to sell, purchase, trade, or counterfeit this Card.
You will pay $30 for a 30-day supply (30 tablets) if: any state prescription drug assistance programs Pfizer reserves the right to rescind, revoke or amend
you do not use prescription health coverage to purchase and the Government Health Insurance Plan available teCr rga ihu oiea n ie your name-brand LIPITOR under this program o[ you use in Puerto Rico [formerly known as "La Reforma teCr rga ihu oiea n ie
commercial/private insurance and your out-of-pocket de Salud"]). You must be 18 or older to participate in this Program.
expense for a 30-day supply of name-brand LIPITOR For all eligible patients, you can only qualify for up Card Program expires December 31, 201 5.
is $130 or more. In addition: to $2500 of savings per calendar year. After a No membership fees.
a) Medicare Part D and Affordable Care Act (ACA) maximum of $2500, you will pay usual monthly Foremusenwhnsigalodralcpyf
Exchange patients may participate in this Card out-of-pocket costs.Foremus enwhnsigalodralcpyf
Program, but cannot use any part of ThsCrtcnohecobndwihayohereae original pharmacy receipt (cash register receipt NOT
Medicare Part D or ACA Exchange pecitirn Ti adcno ecmindwt n te eae valid) with product name, date and amount circled to:
benefit for LIPITOR during the term of this offer. coupon, free trial, discount, prescription savings card, or LIPITOR Choice Card
b)Ou-o-ocetepediursunertisCad similar offer for the specified prescription. 14001 Weston Parkway, Suite 1 03
Program cannot be applied towards a patient's The Card will be accepted only at participating Cary, NC 2751 3-9967
Medicare Part D true out of pocket (TrOOP) or pharmacies. Be sure to include a copy of the front of your Choice
ACA Exchange expenses. This Card is not health insurance. Card, your name and mailing address.
Important Facts About LIPITORO (LIP-lih-toire) Who Should Not Take LIPITOR? e Do not get pregnant. If you get pregnant, stop taking LIPITOR
(atorvastatin calcium) tablets Do not take ILIPITOR if you: right away and call your doctor
A22 SUNDAY JUNE 22, 2014 VETERANS CiTus COUNTY (FL) CHRONCLE
On Sunday, April 13, Quick
Stop Barber Shop owner -I
Donna Bowman and her
staff presented the
inaugural Cut-A-Thon to support veterans. More than 100 free haircuts
were offered to the
community in just over 'All
four hours. Music was
provided by Allan O'Neal
Entertainment and the
event also included
children's games, raffles
and a silent auction. Many
thanks go out to dozens of
area businesses for their
help in making the event a
great success. Quick Stop
Barber Shop, 3541 N.
Lecanto Highway in
Beverly Hills, was able to
raise $1,208 to benefit American Legion Post
237, Beverly Hills. Each O uick Stop 2
team member at the shop Barber Shop 6/4/2104
was presented with a
Certificate of Appreciation
from the post. Pictured,
from left, are Donna OY HE
Bowman, Quick Stop 5PROF
Barber Shop staff mem- A P s 237 i$ 120800
bers Renee Caggiano,
Roberto Ledesma, Kathryn One Thousand Two Hundred and EightDOUS
S a nde rso n a nd R hiana ------ ........................... .. .. ... .. .
Santoianni, and Post 237 Our Local l Annual
Commander Ray Roby.
(Not pictured are Rex Veterans Cut-A-Thon
Adair, Ann Adair and
Hospice has Reunions
program for vets USS Chilton uSS Thomaston LSD28
HPH Hospice, as a part- The next reunion for the USS Chilton will The USS Thomaston LSD28 is having ...
nering agency with the be Sept. 17 to 24 in Louisville, Kentucky. its reunion in Eugene, Oregon, Sept. 18, 19
Department ofVeterans For information, call Joe at 352-341 and 20 at the Holiday Inn in Springfield,
Affairs (VA), provides tai- 5959. Oregon. For more information, call John
lored care for veterans......... and their families. Rumer at 352-382-0246.
The program is pro- USS Mount McKinley
vided in private homes, The USS Mount McKinley Association USS Long Beach
assisted living facilities will have its 26th annual reunion in Col- The USS Long Beach CGN-9 Associaand nursing homes, and orado Springs, Colorado, from Sept. 17 to tion Inc. 2014 Reunion is Sept. 8 to 14 at
staff is trained to provide 21 for veterans and associate members the Hilton St. Louis Airport, 10330 Natural Hospice care specific to from all branches of the military that served Bridge Road, St. Louis, MO 63134. illnesses and conditions on the Amphibious Force Flagship, USS Room rate of $89 includes all taxes and unique to each military Mount McKinley AGC/LCC-7 and associate breakfast for two. Identify yourself as a
era or war It also pro- members from the Flagship Alliance group member of the USS Long Beach Associavides caregiver education that served on one of the other AGCs dur- tion Reunion. Call 314-426-5500. and a recognition pro- ing their years of commissioned service. For more information, call Don Shade at
gram to honor veterans' Contact: Dwight L. Janzen, Secretary, 866-352-2469 or 716-569-2314 or email
services and sacrifices. 2515 E. North Altamont Blvd., Spokane, email@example.com or visit www.usslongHPH Hospice care and WA 99202-4247. Phone (evenings and beach-assoc.org
programs do not affect weekends): 509-534-3649. E-mail
veterans' benefits. Call weekends 509e534r3649oEmail the Citrus Team Office at djanzen4@msn com (preferred contact) 352-527-4600.
Men's Auxiliary plans annual scramble
Speiaato he hroica
The eighth annual VFW Post 10087 Golf Scramble will begin Saturday, Sept. 20, at 8 a.m. at Citrus Hills Golf & Country Club. Pictured planning for the event are golf committee members, clockwise, from left, John Kaylor, Linda Baker, chairperson Vinny George, Dennis "Choke" Kocielko, Joyce Kocielko, Donna Garvey, John Garvey and Jayne Stasik. The event will feature golf, prizes, raffle drawings and a banquet lunch. Proceeds will benefit veterans served by Hospice of Citrus and the Nature Coast. To register to play or for sponsorship information, visit VFW Post 10087 at 2170 W. Vets Lane, Beverly Hills, or call Vinny George at 352-746-0440 or Jayne Stasik at 352464-3740.
Memorial honors consist of special opera- ...... I
tions positions and un- ...... Pupl Hear manned aerial vehicle.
rurpe iiaiiAssignment locations are Purple Heart recipients based on Air Force needs. are sought to be honored Call 352-476-4915. ~ W~ il
with centerpieces with
their names on them at Free yoga classes .
The Old Homosassa Veterans' Memorial. offered for vets
Call Shona Cook at 352422-8092. Yoga teacher Ann S andstrom is associated with Prior enlisted the national service organization, Yoga For Vets.
sought for srie She teaches free classes
to combat veterans at seV-ealotinad tie. a. .
The U.S. Air Force is erllctosadtms i.i4~ t DUKE CH""I i
looking for prior enlisted Call Sandstrom at 352- ~'RI~~ENERGY
men and women from all 382-7397. services interested in
both direct duty assigntained career fields or
retraining into select ca- ..........
Some of the careers include aircraft electron- _. ..NICK NICH!OLA$
cyber operation fields, *
and various other specialties. Enlisted career S*
openings that include the *S
opportunities to retrain
CiRaw CozrNv (FL) CHRONnaL TRAVEL SUNDA, JUNE 22, 2O14 A23
0~ Tr"ails group
Chasing 'Papa kepngbs
atceby giving you
our most recent memI, ber's meeting. Elections
were held for officers and
those directors for whom
their terms were expiring.
Most officers agreed to
another term, with the exSkception of Jerry Willet re- -_______- ~placing Linda Miller onAlHm g
the board. We thankAlH mg
/ Linda for her service. RAILS TO RAILS
Our bike ride mailing
list was discussed and it
was agreed not to share birds and they have gone, our list with anyone, con- so we will not have a frill tinuing our policy in this group until they return. regard. Our new Trai There are always plenty Guide is being worked on of small repair jobs and by Jules Fervier, Ann any available time that we ALAbeles and Mary Me- have will be put in with
_7 neese and we are hoping our trimming and chip_to have it ready by the ping. This is a 52-week-afall. Tr-ail staff Harry year job. When the Mitchell and Diane Otten, trimming and chipping
requested that the Rails crew returned from a job
to Trails Citizens Service recently they were Organization purchase an treated to "ice cream
"Iron Ranger" to be in- bars." This will make any9-stalled at the Apopka one want to go and work!
Trailhead. It was thought We are continuing to that if there were a way work on our 20th annual for trail users to make do- bike ride and are curnations to the trail, this rently in the process of would enable that to hap- designing the ride shirts pen. The board approved with another great logo. the purchase of the $464 Those who wish to regis"Iron Ranger" It will be ter via the Internet for the Installed in concrete near ride can go to wwwrailthe restroom at the stotrailsonlinecom and
Apopka Trailhead. do so, along with making
The Adopt-A-Trail Pro- payment at that time. gram was discussed and Regarding the ride, we
Al Harnage agreed to would ask your assistance IA~iAAA-T jFT. come up with suggestions in becoming a sponsor or
I omiir mAll to revamp and improve a volunteer on ride day
wmW .~Snfl- ~this program. All of the Each year, we need about
signs are outdated, some 65 volunteers to cover with wrong information, every aspect of the ride tC~*. .~ Vand the color is now in- including SAG stops along
correct since we became the trail. If you would like
-under the Park Service. I to volunteer be a sponsor
-will provide more infor- or would like additional
-mation on this next information, call me at
It was agreed that we I suggest you take time would purchase jerseys to to visit www.railstotrails sell at our Oct 5 bike ride. onlinecom and look at all They will be a green base of the new and different with a purple map and merchandise that we Associated Press design. We still have some have now This undated image provided by the Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park shows Hemingway's birthplace in jerseys in stock with a For information or Oak Park, Illinois. The home, where the author lived as a young boy, can be visited, along with a nearby museum. purple base and green questions, call Jules at It's one of a number of Hemingway sites in Florida, Idaho, Arkansas, Cuba and Illinois. map and design. Jamie 353-637-1946 or email him
and Rich Roussel will be at bentspokes2@ 1in charge of this project gmail.com. Our website is
Jrnst lemingway: 5p cswhere be lvddrnwrote The Clean Air Bike worth the visit
Ride had another suc- Remember it is hot
Associated Press ingway exhibit as well. death in 1986. dows at his typewriter li- cessfiul ride in March, now, so when you go ridILLINOIS The Community Li- brary, hunting trophies, with some benefits going ing, walking or spending
Ernest Hemingway Hemingway was born brary runs an annual even a collection of half- to the Key Training Cen- time outdoors, take
lived, drank, fished and July 21, 1899 in Oak Park, Ernest Hemingway Sym- full liquor bottles pre- ter Per the rider agree- enough water to keep you wrote in many locales Illinois. He left at age 18 posium, this year Sept. 4 served as he left them. ment Rails to Trails hydrated during your around the country and to become a reporter at to 6, with tours of Hem- His fishing boat, the Pilar, Citizens Service Organi- time in the sun -and the world. One of his most the Kansas City Star re- ingway haunts, lectures sits poolside on the lush zation will be receiving a don't forget to apply the celebrated haunts is Key portedly disparaging his and skeet shooting. grounds. check for $701 to help sunscreen.
West, where the late hometown as a place of A mile away is Sun Val- Hemingway's preferred with ride expenses. Thank you for your
writer's birthday is wide lawns and narrow ley Resort where Hem- watering hole was El During the hot summer comments about the trail
marked each July with a minds." Fans can visit the ingway wrote much of Floridita bar the Old Ha- months, work by our vol- -all are welcome, good Hemingway look-alike home where he lived for "For Whom the Bell vana birthplace of the unteers goes at a slower or bad!
contest and other festivi- six years, along with a Tolls" in suite 206. The daiquiri, where legend pace than usual. Some of I can be reached at 352ties, some held at one of museum, on Oak Park Av- room has a bronze bust of claims he once downed 13 our volunteers are snow- 527-3263. his favorite bars. But fans enue, Sunday to Friday, 1 Hemingway, a typewriter doubles in one sifting. following the Hemingway to 5 p.m. and Saturday, 10 and photos, and can be Bartenders mix up a cold ___trail will also find muse- am. to 5 p.m.; rented through August for one each day and set itS nd sPU Z E
ums, homes and other www. ehfop. org. about $600 a night. Start- next to a statue of the au- Suey'P ZZ E
places connected to him Oak Park marks his ing in September the thor La Bodeguita del Puzzle is on Page A18.
in Illinois, Idaho, birthday with a celebra- hotel begins renovations Medio, home of the rumArkansas and Cuba. tion the evening of July 19 and the room won't be and-mint mojito cocktail, P IA 1VV E I0 A IT 1 0 1 P A IS IT ES IE IRE
Here's a list themed on "Hemingway's available again until mid- is famous for encouraging IAVEIII 11111 CIHIAIR 1111 00E 111 EIM1IL
A24 SUNDAY JUNE 22, 2014 TOGETHER Cimus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE
Calli Brockett of
Lecanto and Benjamin
Fletcher of Gainesville
exchanged nuptial vows
in an evening ceremony
May 23, 2014, at the
historic Thomas Center
in Gainesville. The Rev.
Chad Turner officiated.
The bride is the
daughter Dr and Mrs.
Robert Brockett of
Lecanto. The groom is
the son of Dr and Mrs.
Mike Fletcher of
Given in marriage by Groomsmen were Joseph her parents, the bride Fletcher, his cousin; wore an off-the-shoulder William Fletcher, his Chantilly lace trumpet brother; and childhoodFoYu ra vit
gown. She was attended friends David Sweitzer by maid of honor Caroline and Timothy Grunstra. Brockett of Lecanto, her A reception followed at sister the Thomas Center Now
Bridesmaids were at home in Gainesville, ei tcr
Gabrielle Perrone, a the couple took a honeychildhood friend; moon trip to Italy
Heather Wing, a friend; A recent graduate of Abigail Fletcher, her the University of Florida, cousin; and Carrie the bride works with the
Fletcher, the groom's sis- Alachua County State ter Her attendants wore Attorney's Office. Her steel-gray gowns. husband, a
John Fletcher of University of Florida
Knoxville, Tennessee, graduate, is associated brother of the groom, with Shands Children's
stood by as the best man. Hospital.
Special to the Chronicle
Iris Archambault of Homosassa traveled recently to visit family in Canon, Georgia. Pictured are five generations of family members: Janice Johnson of Orlando, Iris, Danielle Favorite of Canon, Savanna Favorite of Orlando and 3-month-old Aria.
NEWS OF RECORD
June 2-8, 2014 Springs/JenniferAyn La Sala, 2013 H ealthcare Heros
Divorces Citrus Springs
Kyle L. Bellcase, Crystal Michael Wayne Floyd, River vs. Katrina C. Bellcase, Crystal River/Danielle Lauren Inverness Crane, Crystal River
Crescent Christopher, Richard Dennis Gebbia,
Beverly Hills vs. George A. Inverness/Paula Peelle Christopher, Beverly Hills Owen, Inverness prepare to nominate your favorite
Catherine S. Hillyer, The James Scott Hoard, Floral Villages vs. Kevin M. Hillyer, City/Sherry Anne Bailey, H ealthcare Professional.
Minocqua, Wisconsin Floral City
Thomas L. Kimble, Crystal John Patrick Jaglowski, River vs. Erin C. Kimble, Beverly Hills/Dawn Marie Homosassa Tata, Beverly Hills
Carol A. Selph, St. Cloud Edward Allen Pekol, DNTDLY
vs. Jack Selph, Inverness Greenwood, Wisconsin/Linda Lane M. Shaw, Lecanto vs. Carol Klett, Greenwood, Kenneth L. Shaw, Valdosta, Wisconsin Georgia Aaron Stacy Shrewsberry, Deadline for nominations is Tues., July 8, 2014.
Brett Alan Teitelman, Lecanto/Amanda May Lakeland vs. Hallie Smith Branam, Lecanto Teitelman, Ocala Samuel Harrison
Marriages Shuttleworth, Lecanto/Kaitlin N Do I N m a 1 1m eI L
Christopher Jones Battle, Ronnie Crump, Lecanto Leesburg/Desiree Sue Hood, Matthew Alexander Go to www.ch ron icleonli ne.com/healthcare heroes
Homosassa Thomas. Inverness/Kayla Filnap icto ifrm in
Richard Ted Bischof, Citrus Jean Geloso, Inverness Filnap iato ifrm in
Complete the online essay. Minimum 200 words, Maximum 1,000 FOR THE RECORD words of why you are nominating your Healthcare Hero.
U Divorces and marriages filed in the state of Florida
are a matter of public record, available from each Winners chosen by a select panel of judges.
county's Clerk of the Courts Office. For Citrus Winners will be announced Friday, August 8, 2014 at the Citrus
County, call the clerk at 352-341-6400 or visit the
website at www.clerk.citrus.fl.us. County Chamber of Commerce Luncheon.
WORKING TOGETHER See categories on below
For more information
NC inistries and to find out about how
needs volunteers to help, call 352-563-1860.
Nature Coast Ministries Volunteers soughts- Lifetime Achievement Dental Excellence in
has moved its operations in Healthcare Award Healthcare Award
-food bank, offices and to help museum*Inoain n
Boutqueand~rif~hop* Inovaionin Nurse's Excellence in
-to 1790 Meadowcrest The Citrus County HisBlvd. in the Vantage Point torical Society and its Old Healthcare Award Healthcare Award
center near the West Courthouse Heritage Mu- Administrative Excellence H ealthcare Professional Award
Citrus Government Cen- seum need more help. ter The society needs vol- i n Healthcare Award Comm unity Outreach Award
The Boutique and unteers with retail expe- Physician's Excellence Healthcare H umanitarian Award
Thrift Shop is open from rience to work in its 10 am. to 3p.m. Monday expanding museum store. in Healthcare Award Citrus County Readers Choice
through Saturday Volun- Also needed are volunteers are needed in all teers for a variety of comareas of the retail stores puter tasks, including Our Partners:_) /, 4
and food pantry, as well Photoshop. CS P RO
as professional volunteers No experience is SUPEg/ -;R IORCE
for the dental and med- needed to be a greeter s/ / hO i/ S / 3R SD N E
ical clinics, and tour guide. / _? of Lecanto
Nature Coast Ministries Call 352-341-6427 to vol- wJ /MMOYCR
is a group of nondenomi- unteer or email csociety national, dedicated volun- @tampabay. com. teers who are committed N ... '
to assisting neighbors Send news notes to C I(N(I
times and need a hand. online.com.
0 Messi / Auto racing/B2
magic gives 0 Golf/B2
S114 Argentina 0 Scoreboard/B3
win over 0 Sports briefs/B3
Iran./B6 0 Baseball/B4
0 Football, Tennis/B5
S World Cup/B6
CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE
0dorizzi dominates as Rays beat Astros 8-0
Associated Press from his scheduled start after having
food poisoning earlier in the week.
ST PETERSBURG Jake Odor- Kevin Kiermaier had an RBI douizzi allowed one hit and struck out 10 ble and James Loney hit a runwhile pitching into the eighth inning scoring single as the Rays took a 2-0 as the Tampa Bay Rays beat the lead in the first. Buchanan avoided Houston Astros 8-0 on Saturday further damage by getting an inningOdorizzi (3-7) retired his first 10 ending grounder from Yunel Escobar batters before Jose Altuve's one-out with the bases loaded. infield single in the fourth that went Tampa Bay had a three-run fifth to off the pitcher's leg. The right- take a 5-0 lead. Brandon Guyer drove hander, who went 7 1/3 innings, won in a run with single before Matt Joyce for just the second time in his last 14 had an RBI double that ended starts. Buchanan's day Ryan Hanigan
Only one runner reached second added a run-scoring double against base against Odorizzi, who walked Jerome Williams. two. Brad Boxberger and Kirby Yates Loney had a two-run single in a completed the one-hitter three-run eighth that extended the
Jake Buchanan (0-1) gave up five Rays' lead to 8-0. runs, eight hits and three walks over Altuve went 1 for 3 with a walk, and Associated Press
4 1/3 innings in his major league has 12 hits in his last 21 at-bats. It was Tampa Bay Rays left fielder Brandon Guyer shows the ball in his glove after making a sliding debut. He had his contract purchased the ninth time this season, and sec- catch on a fly ball hit by Houston's George Springer during the first inning Saturday in from Triple-A Oklahoma City to fill in ond in three days, that Houston was St. Petersburg. The umpires ruled no catch on the field but it was overturned after a video for Brad Peacock, who was scratched shut out. review.
All-Star action underway
c ..Hopkins leads
to 16-8 win
CRYSTAL RIVER Manager Chad Thomas found a
delightful way to celebrate his
return from a two-week
His 9/10 Little League Softball Crystal River All-Stars
had 12 hits and took advantage of five Inverness errors
as Crystal River won 16-8 in
the opening game at Harley
Levins Softball Complex in
( the District 15 All-Stars
Thomas' vacation coupled
with a three hour storm delay
left little time for his team to
practice beforehand, but that
?didn't seem to be a factor for Crystal River
"Everybody hit the ball
good," Thomas said. "It was a
good one. Jenna came in and
did well. We didn't get much
practice in due to the storms
and me being on vacation.
They did good."
Tyahonna Hopkins drove in
STEPHEN E. LASKO/For the Chronicle four runs with three singles to Crystal River All-Stars shortstop Ryan Batson can't quite hang onto the throw Saturday as Dunnellon All-Star base runner Brody lead the attack for Crystal Luckey successfully steals second base in the second inning of tournament play at Bicentennial Park in Crystal River. River while Kailye Thomas
had three RBIs on two hits.
Jenna Phillips, Katlin Tillis
IAI 11 .11and Kelsey Thomas all had
tigers get win in Little League baseball op...ezer two RBIs. Phillips scored
DAVID PIEKLIK "Pitchers just did phenomenal today berg said his team had great pitching Crystal River exploded for
Correspondent I've got to give them the win," Dunnel- and defense, but just couldn't get the eight runs in the sixth inning,
Corrsponentbut Inverness started to come lon manager Ryan Townsend said after- bats going. Though he hopes for more back with five runs in the CRYSTAL RIVER Trent Townsend ward. hits today, he told his team after the loss fith ak in the
striking out the side to end the game Dunnellon faces Lade Lake today for to Dunnellon that they played a great fifth, making the score 8-6.
epitomized his team's strong pitching the tournament's second day of action; game. Kelsey Thomas started the
performance Saturday, as Dunnellon Crystal River plays Central Citrus. "We played Dunnellon before and game and picked up the viecapitalized with a 4-1 win over Crystal Duane Darnell's RBI single and they're always tough," he said, before story. She struck out eight and River in the opening match of the 9/10 Townsend's standup double to right continuing with the remarks he gave his flord inngs hird in thefis Little League All-Stars tournament at field midway through the game opened players to "keep your heads up, we still fifhoureneing ive rnsh Bicentennial Park. things up for Dunnellon, which faced have two more games, and this things' including fo- runs ,n
After sitting through a rain delay for strong pitching from Crystal River Dar- not over" verness's Trinity Schmalstig.
several hours, the Tigers kept the Pi- nell was also involved in both double 9/10 Baseball Phillips relieved and held Inrates in check, allowing only a handful plays while fielding./
of hits to get past the infield. Tigers Darnel knows to win today his team Central Citrus 14, verness to two runs in the
pitching also caused Crystal River to bat will have to play just as well. Lady Lake 8 sixth inning.
Inverness's Bella Arnold
into two double plays. "Lady Lake is pretty good. It's going to CnrlCtu pndtunmn ly satdadpthdacm
Starting pitcher JT Jones recorded be a pretty hard game, we just have to withal ix-ru victory oraely Lasriiteamte n pthed los forseveral effective innings, tossing a stay in it," he said.wthas-rnvtoyoeLdyae.Ofl- ptegminheosfr
handful of strikeouts and allowing an "Not have any mental breakdowns, nally scheduled for a noon start, it was the Inverness.
earned run, with a collection of relief and more effort," Townsend added. final game to finish on a long opening day of Crystal River will be back pitchers holding the lead. Crystal River manager Brian Maim- See 1/ESLPage B3 See SO IALPage EB
SLube, Oil, & filler lme Alignment H _______________p ointlInspection I 5 IU
& Tire Rotation m U
See store for details. Most SUVs. Plus ta & shop supplies where |
m plcbeMust presentcou n atile time of service.Olyncue See storefordetais, Mostmodels, Plus tax& shop supplieswhereI
aplc eapplcable. Must present coupon at thebie of se[Ice. 0n ,one coupon |
Pervisit'Va'id on'yat Lveoda rLove hevroletEpires v, pr it idon~at eHonda o Love hevrmet Expres 630-14
I. Check & Top-Off All Fluids BUY3 TRE LueOil &Rfechage' Check Tire Prssure on All4 Tires
AN GT N with FREE Multi- fl9 27-Point Inspclion :' ...
FREE poitinspcton .* Battyes
Seestorefordetams.Most models.Plustax&shopsupplieswhere Seestore fordetails.MostSLIVs.Plustax&shopsupplieswhereN P O T \.I N E D D
applable.Mustpreentcou .onahebmeofserv.e0nlyonecoupo W pli~blI MustpImeflCOuonatthe'bmeofs8MvCe.0nnu maks..m.els Vaidon NOA O NyM N ehc ,evNEi uaEDE lsw ee
evisitValidonlyat ove ondaorLove~herolet.xis-014 pervisit.aiidonlyatL~ve ondaorLove~hevm~let'Exp1i/e630-4 l a e o es ai na yv hce v ni uc a e es w ee
Ei uimb 2219 SuSncoast Blvd. Homosassa, FL 34448 pm iim L 2209 Highway 44 West Inverness, FL 34453
iO iiAhHOURS OF OPERATION: HoURS OF OPERATION:
SSales 9AM-SPM Moru-FrL; 9AM-6PM Sat; 1 1AM-4PM Sun. Sales 9AM-SPM Monu-FrL; 9AM-6PM Sat..
Serwice 8A1M-5PM Mon.-Frt; 8AMV-2PM Sat. Service 8AMV-5PM Mon.-FrL; 8AMI-Noorn Sat.
B2 SUNDAY JUNE 22, 2014 SPORTS Cimus COUNTY (FL) CHRONCLE
Gaughan wins at rainy Road America
Associated Pres then withstood a late charge from
Tagliani, who refueled his car and McMurray sets
ELKHART LAKE, Wis. Bren- nearly charged all the way back to track record
dan Gaughan took the lead after a the lead.
green-white-checkered restart, It was pretty intense," Tagliani to win pole
then held on to win the rain- said. "The wet was tricky, but ob- atSonoma
soaked and wild NASCAR Na- viously we were good."
tionwide Series race at Road The race started about an hour SONOMA, Calif.
America. late, as NASCAR officials waited Jamie McMurray won the
Gaughan won for the first time for a slightly damp track to dry pole for today's race at
in the series, breaking through in out; the series has grooved rain polora Race a
his 98th career start. tires available for racing in the Sonoma Raceway with a
Gaughan noted that he made rain, but those tires are designed new track record that
Gaughan~ notr that wet madob mpitions.e dige
his fair share of mistakes along for full wet conditions. bumped AJ AImendinger
the way pretty much every Officials determined that the from the top starting spot.
driver did in challenging driving light drizzle before the race was Allmendinger appeared
conditions and thanked his too wet for drivers to tackle on to have the pole locked
crew for helping him rally to win. slick tires and not wet enough down until McMurray
"I booted this race twice, and for them to use rain tires, which turned a lap at 96.350 mph
thank you to these boys right wear out quickly when they are in the final minute of Saturhere," Gaughan said. "They still used in dry or semi-dry condi- d'a It
believed in me." tons. Other racing series that ays qhi esio.
Alex Tagliani was second, fol- race in the rain more frequently broke the record of 95.262
lowed by Kevin O'Connell, Chase have intermediate tires available mph set by Marcos AmElliott and J.J. Yeley as NASCAR Associated Press for partially wet conditions, and brose in 2012.
drivers got a rare opportunity to Brendan Gaughan (62) leads a group of drivers through a turn during the allow crews to decide for them- It's the first pole of the race in the rain. It was a disap- NASCAR Nationwide series race Saturday at Road America in Elkhart selves what kind of tires to use. season for McMurray, 10th
pointing finish for Tagliani, who Lake, Wis. Slightly heavier rain then began of his career, and third at
led in the closing stages of regula- had shown an ability to put on a Gaughan, who had been chasing to fall just before the race's Sonoma.
tion but ran out of gas after a late good show Tagliani down in the closing laps halfway mark, causing the race to Allmendinger wound up
caution flag came out. Tagliani was leading when a of regulation. go under caution for a few laps be- second and, in a surprise,
It was the third time in Nation- caution flag came out with just Gaughan then lost the lead to fore instructing teams to put on Kyle Larson w
wide history that grooved rain over a lap left in the race, ensur- Elliott almost immediately on the rain tires resulting in a rare test as third to
tires have been used in a race; the ing the green-white-checkered restart, and Elliott- the 18-year- of NASCAR drivers' skills in the give Chip Ganassi Racing previous two were in Montreal. finish NASCAR's version of old son of NASCAR icon Bill El- rain. two cars in the top three.
NASCAR only uses rain tires on overtime, as officials attempt to liott suddenly appeared "It was ridiculous," Elliott said. Larson doesn't have a ton
road courses, not on oval tracks. ensure that the race finishes headed to victory "It really was. It was a handful. It of road course experience,
The rain added a tense new di- under green. Then Tagliani's car But Gaughan got back around wasn't all that bad until the rain and the rookie is admittedly
mension to racing at Road Amer- came to a sudden stop under cau- Elliott, retaking the lead with just started to go away and the sun still learning how to shift.
ica, a four-mile road course where tion, as he ran out of gas. over a lap to go. Gaughan held off started to come out, because you -From wire reports
the Nationwide Series already That handed the lead to O'Connell for most of the last lap, couldn't see."
Wie shares lead at Open
Jamie Lovemark 68-63-70 -201 -9
Y n aloSang-Moon Bae 67-68-67 202 -8
Chris Stroud 67-67-68 -202 -8
Yangals Jeff Maggert 64-70-68-202 -8
2-under entering I N. Brendan Steele 62-69-71 202 -8
Eric Axley 64-67-71- 202 -8
j// ldHarris English 66-64-72 -202 -8
finalrou Angel Cabrera 68-70-65 203 -7
Marc Leishman 70-68-65 203 -7
Hudson Swafford 66-71-66 203 -7
Associated Press Tommy Gainey 70-66-67 203 -7
Dustin Johnson 66-66-71 203 -7
Jhonattan Vegas 69-70-65 204 -6
PINEHURST, N.C. William McGirt 71-67-66-204 -6
Michelle Wie steadied herself Brian Harman 68-67-69-204 -6
with pars over the last four holes Matt Jones 69-69-67- 205 -5
on a wild Saturday in the U.S. Trn ane 68-67-205 -5
Women's Open, leaving the for- Kevin Tway 71-65-69- 205 -5
mer teen prodigy from Hawaii rr Heath Slocum 66-69-70-205 -5
one round away from winning MattKuchar 66-67-72-205 -5
..... fi j John Merrick 67-72-67 206 -4
her first major Jason Day 70-69-67- 206 -4
Wie made back-to-back Bubba Watson 67-72-67 206 -4
birdies to build a four-shot lead, 1,L Ricky Barnes 73-65-68 -206 -4
only to give it all back with Justin Hicks 66-71-69- 206 -4
drives all over Pinehurst No. 2. Vijay Singh 68-68-70-206 -4
Keegan Bradley 66-69-71 206 -4
She salvaged a 2-over 72 for a Charley Hoffman 67-68-71 206 -4
share of the lead with Amy Yang, Patrick Rodgers 66-69-71 206 -4
who didn't make a par until the Brandt Snedeker 65-69-72- 206 -4
eighth hole in her roller-coaster StuartAppleby 69-70-68 207 -3
round of 68. Morgan Hoffmann 68-70-69 207 -3
They were at 2-under 208, the Jonathan Byrd 70-68-69 207 -3
only two players still under par Freddie Jacobson 69-69-69 207 -3
Pnl ersti urser that .Billy Hurley III 71-66-70 207 -3
on a c rs Nd2 re the Brendon de Jonge 70-66-71 -207 -3
was crispy and brittle. The Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano 68-68-71 207 -3
USGA set the course up relative Jerry Kelly 70-66-71 207 -3
to what the men faced last Sat- Joe Durant 64-72-71 207 -3
urday in the U.S. Open short Tim Herron 68-71-69-208 -2
but tough because of the pin Steve Marino 66-72-70-208 -2
positions. Russell Knox 66-72-70 208 -2
"It's tough out there," Wie John Daly 70-68-70- 208 -2
Retief Goosen 68-69-71 208 -2
said. "My system got a little over- Brooks Koepka 65-72-71 208 -2
heated. You can't be in the trees Ken Duke 65-72-71 208 -2
here. But I felt like I grinded out Greg Owen 72-65-71 208 -2
there." Brian Gay 70-66-72 208 -2
t e e"Doug LaBelle 11 65-71-72 208 -2
The big surprise was the Miguel Angel Carballo 68-68-72-208 -2
tournament-best 66 from Juli Associated Press Johnson Wagner 68-66-74-208 -2
Inkster, the 53-year-old Hall of Wes Roach 68-70-71 -209 -1
Famer who has said this will be Amy Yang hits from a bunker on the 16th hole Saturday during the third round of the U.S. Women's VaughnTaylor 67-71-71 -209 -1
sOpen in Pinehst, N.C. Graham DeLaet 70-68-71 209 -1
her 35th and final U.S. Women's Billy Mayfair 67-71-71 209 -1
Open. Inkster birdied the open- Classic in Malaysia at the start of the on top of the Irish Open leaderboard SandraGal 74-72-73-219 +9 Seung-YulNoh 68-69-72-209 -1 an lye ie h idsaoni ctbrfr i hidPA fe treronsUisuzu Narita 76-70-73- 219 +9 Troy Merrit 71-66-72 209 -1
ing hole ndpaelieseddsaoinOtbrfrhstidPA atrtreous.JeeYoung Lee 73-73-73-219 +9 Bo Van Pelt 69-68-73-210 E
when she won apair of Women's Tour title. Ilonen, who has led from the out- Se Ri Pak 76-69-74-219 +9 Kevin Stadler 72-67-72-211 +1
Opens more than a decade ago. Baddeley had six birdies and a set, carded a 2-under-par 69 to Katherine Kirk 69-76-74-219 +9 Camilo Villegas 71-66-74- 211 +1
Inkster, who hasn't made the bogey in a 65. move to a 12-under total at Fota Mind Harigae 71-74-74 -219 +9 James Hahn 69-70-76 215 +5
cu nthscamosi nfv Gri, JCoiSot sadCatriona Matthew 75-69-75 -219 +9 Andrew Svoboda 67-71-77 -215 +5
ctithscapnhp infv Sergio Gaca .J. Co, Sot Iln. Inbee Park 76-71-73-220 +10
years, was tied for third just four Langley and Michael Putnam were The leader by two shots Caroline Masson 72-75-73-220 +10 Encompass
shots behind. She will be in the tied for third at 11 under. Garcia had overnight, Ilonen will take a one-shot Julieta Granada 75-71-74-220 +10 Championship
K. Kim 71-74-75-220 +10
penultimate group. a 65, Choi shot 69, Langley 70 and lead into the final round over Danny Angela Stanford 71-72-77 -220 +10 Saturday, at North Shore Country Club, Glenview,
Lexi Thompson, who won the Putnam 69. Willett of England, who eclipsed 11o- Jennifer Johnson 75-74-72-221 +11 IlL., Purse: $1.8 million, Yardage: 7,103, Par: 72,
first LPGA major of the year in a MatrhminBbaWto e' w orercr yaso Caroline Hedwall 73-76-72 -221 +11 Partial Second Round, Play suspended by rain:
final-round duel with Wie, MatrhminBbaWto neh 8d 63n hors reodbyaso Haeji Kang 74-75-72-221 +11 Score Through
pulled within one shot with a was nine strokes back after a 67. He with an 8-under 63that also in- Hee Kyung Bae 77-71-73-221 +11 Tom Lehman -13 F
pair of early birdies. It fell apart won in 2010 at River Highlands. cluded a hole-in-one at the seventh. Rikako Uorita 737573-221 +11 Bart Bryant -10 16
on two holes. Thompson missed Moore has finished in the top 10 One shot further back on 10 Belen Mozo 78-70-73 -221 +11 KirkTripleftt 1
Eun Hee Ji 71-75-75-221 +11 John Inman -10 F
the green to the left on No. 8 --four times in eight starts at the under was overwhelming crowd fa- Pernilla Lindberg 72-77-73-222 +12 Roger Chapman -10 F
the worst spot at Pinehurst -- Travelers. vorite Graeme McDowell, who Lee-Anne Pace 76-73-73-222 +12 Michael Allen -9 16
birdied two of his closing three holes Ashley Knoll 75-74-73-222 +12 Colin Montgomerie -8 16 and her first chip fell down the Tom Lehman leads in a score of 69. He's not only target- Candid Kung Nic7675P-22c+12-7 17
slope, leading to double bogey 71-747-222 +12 Nc rc 7 1
On the next hole, she went Champions Tour event ing a first victory this year but also a Laura Diaz 75-72-75-222 +12 Steve Elkington-7 1
long over the green at the par-3 GLENVIEW, Ill. -Tom Lehman maiden Irish Open victory Danielle Kang 75-71-76-222 +12 JoeCcrs- F
Moriya Jutanugarn 72-77-74-223 +13 Jeff Sluman -7 16
ninth, and chose to take relief opened a three-stroke lead in the U.S. Women's Open Giulia Sergas 77-72-74-223 +13 Doug Garwood -7 F
she really didn't need from a Champions Tour's Encompass Saturday, at Pinehurst No. 2, Pinehurst, N.C. Jeniemn 74-7-77-223 +13 IihO e
white line marking the TV tower Championship, shooting a bogey- Purse: $4 millionYardage: 6,649, Par: 70, Sandra Changkija 76-73-75 -224 +14 Saturday, At Fota Island Resort, Cork, Ireland,
Thmsnwett hedo re -ner6 eor lywa u-third round, a-amateur: So-Young Jang 75-72-77-224 +14 Purse: $2.71 millionYardage: 7,043, Par: 71,
zone, and her ball rolled a back Ayag7-9620 -2 a-Mathilda Cappeliez 76-70-78-224 +14 Third Round:
inoadvt os tsesilpended because of a thunderstorm. Michelle Wie 68-68-72-208 -2 Gerina Piller 72-72-80 -224 +14 Mikko Ilonen, Finland 64-68-69 -201
usedivt e rspu t ye sthopedil Lehman had a 13-under 131 total Juli lnkster 71-75-66-212 +2 NikkiCampbell 7475-6-225 +15 DannyWillet, England 73-66-63-202
StephanieterandMeadowd a 71-72-69-212tryClu, +2y-a-Chisato Hashimoto 73-76-76-225 +15 Graeme McDowell, N. Ireland 68-66-69-203
high out of the divot and had no atNrhSoeCutyCupa- NaYeon Choi 71-70-71-212 +2 Jodi Ewart Shadoff 76-71-78-225 +15 Fabrizio Zanoti, Paraguay 70-69-65-204
chance to reach the green. She ing the first 36 holes without a a-Minjee Lee 69-71-72-212 +2 Carlota Ciganda 75-72-78-225 +15 Matthew Baldwin, England 67-71-66-204
made another double bogey, bogey. The 55-year-old Minnesotan PornanongPhatlum 71-73-69-213 +3 IlheeLee 73-76-77-226 +16 Kristoffer Broberg, Sweden 69-69-66-204
thenmad thre sraiht bgey wonthelas ofoisYevensenoruitle-74e-nRyu 9-7-70213 3+ aAndraALed7-70-7-26e+67R-a7na-7e, Fanc269-5-7-20
the mdethre trigt bges onthelat f hs evn enir itesKarrie Webb 70-73-70-213 +3 Doni Carter 72-77-77-226 +16 Rmi atl rne6-57- 0
on the back nine, in 2012. SakuraYokomine 74-68-71 -213 +3 a-Emma Talley 75-73-78-226 +16 Magnus A.Carlsson, Sweden 66-71-68 -205
Thompson shot 74 and was Thirty-one players were unable to Lexi Thompson 71-68-74-213 +3 Trveerdardo Moar, Itnaly 67-6-69-205
five shots behind, finish the round. Paula Creamer 70-72-72 -214 +4 Championship Gareth Maybin, N. Ireland 71-65-69 -205
MOOre leads Travelers Kirk Triplett, John Inman, Roger Stacy Lewis 67-73-74-214 +4 Simon Khan, England 69-66-70 205
Chapman and Bart Bryant were 10 Hee Young Park 73-73-69-215 +5 Saturday, at TPC River Highlands, Cromwell, Gregory Bourdy, France 68-71-67 -206 Meena Lee 72-73-70-215 +5 Conn., Purse: $6.2 millionYardage: 6,841, Par: 70, Gary Stal, France 70-67-69 -206
Championship under. Triplett and Inman shot 67, Yueer Cindy Feng 73-71-71 -215 +5 Third Round: Oliver Fisher, England 73-68-66-207
CROMWELL, Conn. Ryan Chapman had a 68, and Bryant had Brittany Lincicome 77-70-69 -216 +6 Ryan Moore 63-68-66 -197 -13 Richard Finch, England 68-72-67 -207
Moore had an eagle and two birdies two holes left when play was a-Brooke Mack-Henderson 71-73-72-216 +6 Aaron Baddeley 67-66-65-198 -12 Ricardo Gonzalez, Argentina 69-70-68-207
wahdotfrtedy ratws Brittany Lang 73-75-69 217 +7 Sergio Garcia 65-69-65 199 -11 Adam Gee, England 68-70-69 207
in a bogey-free 4-under 66 to take a wahdotfrtedy ratws Shanshan Feng 77-70-70-217 +7 K.J. Choi 65-65-69-199 -11 Paul Casey, England 69-69-69-207
one-stroke lead over Aaron Badde- 5 under for the day. Jenny Shin 74-70-73-217 +7 ScofttLangley 64-65-70 -199 -11 Padraig Harrington, Ireland 69-67-71 -207
ithTrvlrChminhp Ionnbris1 hto Lydia Ko 76-71-71 -218 +8 Michael Putnam 67-63-69-199 -11 Also
Iey ithTrvlrChminhp Ilnnbris1t to Azahara Munoz 73-71-74-218 +8 Kevin Streelman 69-68-64- 201 -9PboLraaaSan7-96-0
ThU1ya-l or a ariajo Uribe 72-70-76-218 +8 Nick Watney 70-66-65-201 -9 Jason Knutzon, United States 73-69-71 -213
131- ear- oldora atRie keep lead in Irish Open Ha NaJang 76-73-70-219 +9 Carl Peftersson 68-67-66-201 -9
13 -nd r 97to al t PC Ri erKarine Icher 76-72-71 -219 +9 Tim Wilkinson 66-68-67 -201 9 Darren Clarke, N. Ireland 72-68-73 -213
Highlands after opening with rounds CORK, Ireland Mikko Ilonen of Sei Young Kim 72-75-72 -219 +9 Chad Campbell 64-70-67 -201 -9 Jose Maria Olazabal, Spain 69-73-73 -215
of 63 and 68. He won the CIMB Finland birdied the last hole to stay Beatriz Recari 73-74-72-219 +9 Bud Cauley 63-70-68 -201 -9 Michael Miller, United States 73-67-79 -219
Cimus CouNTrY (FL) CHRONICLE SCOREBOARD SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 2014 1133
WoRld COUp Soccer strHope Solo women's national team. She is married
GROUP A F/a ridti LOTTERY arse in ssut to former Seattle Seahawk Jerramy
Brazilo 1 0 1 3 1 4 KIRKLAND, Wash. Police say U.S. Pnhr
Creaio1a 1 1 0 Here are the winning numbers selected women's soccer star Hope Solo has tes hire Gerard
Cameroon 0 2 0 0 5 0 Saudyin the Fo i Lottery. been arrested at a suburban Seattle Gallant as coach
Monday, June 23 SaudyFoiahome for assaulting her sister andSURE-Geadalntith
At Brasilia, Brazil CASH 3 (early) nephew. New S coc ofterlrdalanters.h
Brazil vs. Cameroon, 4 p.m. 5 -2 -6 Ones teesodd b- e tamh madte theid anunement
At Recife, Brazil CASH 3 (late) Ofiessy thyrsoddjust b- Teta aeteanucmn
Croatia vs. Mexico, 4 p.m. 9 -8 -4 fore 1 a.m. Saturday, after receiving a Saturday. Gallant spent parts of three
GROUP B 911 call that a woman at the Kirkland res-seonascchfteClubsBe
W L T GIFGA Pts idences wasahofteClubsBu
x-Neherand 2 00 83 6PLAY4 (arl) idncewashitting people. Police say Jackets from 2003 through 2007 and has
x-Chile 2 0 0 5 1 6 6 5 - 2 thyfound Solo intoxicated and upset, been an assistant coach with the MonAustralia 0 2 0 3 6 0 55 J PLAY 4 (late) and they saw injuries on her 1 7-year-old traCndisfothpstwoyr.
Monday, Jn23 0 1 7 the ofa Cnde o the uebe Junoyrs
Spanc 0o 2eon 0on 1M 7-500 nephew and her sister. He also coached the Saint John Sea
x-dacdtMond rund2 A news release from Kirkland police Doso h ubcMajor Jno
At Curitiba, Brazil said officers arrested Solo after speaking DogsyLege where his tppae
Spain vs. Australia, Noon Due to early deadline, with those pentand determining that
At Sao Paulo pats n lrdaSl a h res was Jonathan Huberdeau, who now
Netherlands vs. Chile, Noon Fnay5adFoiaSlwsthagrsr.plays for the Panthers and is considered
GROUP C PO EBL ot u br eeShe was arrested for ivsgaonof
PWEBL L I APs 5 6 3 -1 5 ott numilber wreivsigto one of the franchise's keys to rebuilding.
W L T GE GA2 Pts 5 1 6 PO E 37 L t 1-5 o v iabe.a rs two counts of fourth-degree domestic vi- Gallant will be formally introduced by
IvrCoastbi 2 0 0 5 1 6 PO E2 AL6ie olence assault and booked into jail. She the Panthers on Monday. He will become
Ivoypast 1 1 0 3 3 312 is expected to appear Monday at Kirk- Foiasegt oc nasa f1
Greece 0 1 1 0 3 1 land Municipal Court. saos
x-dacdto second round seasonsinig um es." aous ol sa o heUS
Tuesday, June 24 Eia' inn n m esad aot:Slisagoalkeeper fo h ..-Fromn wire reports
At Cuiaba, Brazil Mega Money: 6 10 12 -43 Fantasy 5: 15 -22 -25 -28 -32
Colombia vs. Japan, 4 p.m.MeaBl:1 -f5 1wnr$24790
At Fortaleza, BrazilMgaal:1S-fS 1wne$24790
Greece vs. Ivory Coast, 4 p.m. 4-of-4 MB No winner 4-of-S 260 $139
GROUPI0 4-of-4 9 $1,828.50 3-of-5 8,716 $11.50
W L T GEF GA Pts 3-of-4 MB 63 $571
x-Costa Rica 2 0 0 4 1 6 3-of-4 1,095 $98
Italy 1 1 0 2 2 3 2o- B154 $95 lyr hudvrf
Uruguay 1 1 0 3 4 3 2o- B154 $95 lyr hudvrf
England 0 2 0 2 4 0 1-of-4 MB 12,864 $6 winning numbers by
x-advanced to second round 2-of-4 31,638 $3.50 calling 850-487-7777
FtRiy, June20 or at www.flaloftery.com.
Costa Rica 1, Italy 0
Tuesday, June 24 _____Uruguay vs. Italy, NoonOnte A RVE
At Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Costa Rica vs. England, Noon TDYSSOT
GROUP E TDYSSOT
W L T GF GA Pts AUTO RACING
France 2 0 0 8 2 6 7:30 a.m. (NBCSPT) Formula One Austrian Grand Prix
Ecuador 1 1 0 3 3 3 1 p.m. (ESPN) NHRA Drag Racing Auto-Plus New England
Switzerland 1 1 0 4 6 3 Nainl(sm-ytpeW Honduras 0 2 0 1 5 0 Nainl(sm-ytpe
Friday, June 20 2 p.m. (NBC) Global RallyCross Series: Washington, D.C.
At Salvador, Brazil 3 p.m. (TNT) NASCAR Sprint Cup: Toyota Save Mart 350
France 5, Switzerland 2 7 p.m. (N BCSPT) GP2 Series -Austria, Race 2 (same-day tape)
At Curitiba, Brazil BAEAL OLEEWOL SRE
Ecuador 2, Honduras 1BAEALC LGEW RDS IS
Wednesday, June 25 5 a.m. (ESPNU) Game 14: Teams TBA. From Omaha, Neb. (if
At Manaus, Brazil necessary) (same-day tape)
Switzerland vs. Honduras, 4 p.m.MAO LEGEBS AL
At Rio dle Janeiro
Ecuador vs. France, 4 p.m. 1 p.m. (FSNFL) New York Mets at Miami Marlins GROUP F 1:30 p.m. (MLB) Atlanta Braves at Washington Nationals or
W L T GF GA Pts Philadelphia Phillies at St. Louis Cardinals
x-Argentina 2 0 0 3 1 6
Nigeria 1 0 1 1 0 4 1:30 p.m. (SUN) Houston Astros at Tampa Bay Rays
Iran 0 1 1 0 1 1 2 p.m. (WGN-A) Pittsburgh Pirates at Chicago Cubs
Bosnia-Herzegovina 0 2 0 1 3 0 8 p.m. (ESPN) Texas Rangers at Los Angeles Angels7 x-advanced to second round4am. TxstLo
Saudy June2 (ESPN2) TxsRangers atLsAngeles Angels (sameAt Belo Horizonte, Brazil day tape) .6 7
Argentina 1, Iran 0 WN BA BASKETBALL
At Cuiaba, Brazil 1 p.m. (ESPN2) Tulsa Shock at Chicago Sky ~~Nigeria 1, Bosnia-Herzegovinao 3:0pm0NA a noi tr tLsAglsSak
Wednesday, June 253:0pm(NASaAnoiStratLsnglsprk
At Porto Alegre, Brazil 7 p.m. (NBA) Indiana Fever at Minnesota Lynx STEPHEN E. LASKO/For the Chronicle
Argentina vs. Nigeria, Noon 9 p.m. (NBA) Washington Mystics at Seattle Storm CnrlCtu iteLau trigpthrGbilCioesnsapthhm
At Salvador, BrazilGOFCnrlCtuLiteLaustrigpthrGbilCloeedsaichom
Bosnia-Herzegovina vs. Iran, Noon GOFin the first inning of tournament play Saturday at Bicentennial Park. The games
GROUP G 7 a.m. (GOLF) European PGATour Irish Open, Final Round were delayed three hours due to rain and lightning.
W L T GF GA Pts 1 p.m. (GOLF) PGA Tour Travelers Championship, Final Round
Germany 1 0 1 6 2 4 3 p.m. (NBC) U.S. Women's Open Championship, Final Round BA e E A Ithe lead 3-2 in the fourth inning, before erUnited States 1 0 0 2 1 3 pm PG ouraersFnlRnd D rors and big hits did them in.
Ghana 0 11 34 1 3 p~.(CBS) PG orTaeesChampionship, FnlRud B S B L
Portugal 0 1 0 0 4 0 3 p.m. (NBC) U.S. Women's Open Championship, Final RoundCotnefrmPpB Lile eau Al- as
Saturday, June 21 3 p.m. (CBS) PGA Tour Travelers Championship, Final Round tiudfoPgeB Ltle ea eAISar
At Fortaleza, Brazil 3 GL)ffA hmin: ~Saturday, June 21
Germany 2, Ghana 2 3p.m. (GOLF PGAiour Chmin:Encompass action in the All-Stars tournaments. 9/10 Baseball
Today Championship, Final Round Pool A
At Manaus, Brazil 5 p.m. (GOLF) PGA Professional National Championship, Inverness 11, At Crystal River
Portugal vs. United States, 6 p.m. First Round mCentral Citrus 14, Lady Lake 8
Thursday, June 26 RODEOe H udson 5 Dunnellon 4, Crystal River 1
At Recife, Brazil RDOStandings
Germany vs. United States, Noon 6 p.m. (FSNFL) Bull Riding Championship (taped) West Hernando 13, Central Citrus 1-0
At Brasilia, Brazil WORLD CUP SOCCER SayHls3Dunnellon 1-0
Portugal vs. Ghana, Noon 6 ~.(SN)Group F:Argentina vs rn(taped) hd il rsa ie
GROUP H 6am EP2 :v.Ia rsa ie
W L T GIF GA Pts 11:30 a.m. (ABC, UNI) Group H: Belgium vs. Russia Inverness and West Hernando picked Lady Lake 0-1
Belgium 1 0 0 2 1 3 2:30 p.m. (ABC, UNI) Group H: Korea Republic vs. Algeria up lopsided victories Saturday in the open- Pool B
Russia 0 0 1 1 1 1 5:30 p.m. (ESPN, UNI) Group G: United States vs. Portugal ing day of Pool B play at the West Her- At West Hernando
South Korea 0 0 1 1 1 1WetHrad 13Sh yHil3
Algeria 0 1 0 1 2 0 12:30 a.m. (ESPN2) Group G: United States vs. Portugal nando complex in Spring Hill. Westvernan 13, Sheadyr Hlls 3
Today (same-day tape) 10l/11 Baseball Standings
At Rio dle Janeiro VOLLEYBALL Inverness 10
Belgium vs. Russia, Noon 1 p.m. (NCP)FIVB World Lege(ae)West Hernando 12 West Hernando 1-0
At Porto Alegre, Brazil(NCP)Lau(tpdRie
Algeria vs. South Korea, 3 p.m. Crystal Rvr6 Greater Hudson 0-1
Thursday, June 26 Note: Times and channels are subject to change at the WsHendoladthbssinhe Shady Hills 0-1
At Sao Paulo discretion of the network. If you are unable to locate a game fourt teracng londe to mores runs toe 1011 Baseball
Belgium vs. South Korea, 4 p.m. onthoiserth ale inning, tcigotwmreuntoAt Crystal River
At Curitiba, Brazil othliedchanne, please contact your cbepro vider. stretch its lead to 7-2, putting the game out West Hernando 12, Crystal River 6
Algeria vs. Russia, 4 p.m. of reach for Crystal River. Dunnellon 12, Inverness 3
PrI______ unne..on 12S, Dunnellon Sadns 1-0
B4 SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 2014 BASEBALL CITRus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE
East Division Central Division West Division
W L Pct GB WC L10 Str Home Away W L Pct GB WC L10 Str Home Away W L Pct GB WC L10 Str Home Away
Toronto 42 34 .553 - 3-7 L-1 20-17 22-17 Detroit 38 32 .543 5-5 W-2 19-19 19-13 Oakland 47 28 .627 - 8-2 W-5 24-14 23-14
NewYork 39 34 .534 1% 7-3 L-1 17-17 22-17 KansasCity 39 35 .527 1 % 7-3 L-3 18-18 21-17 LosAngeles 39 33 .542 6% 5-5 W-1 21-14 18-19 Rays 89 Astros 0
Baltimore 38 35 .521 2% 1 6-4 W-1 16-17 22-18 Cleveland 37 37 .500 3 2% 4-6 L-1 23-13 14-24 Seattle 39 36 .520 8 1 5-5 W-2 17-20 22-16 Houston Tampa Bay
Boston 34 41 .453 7% 6 5-5 L-3 20-19 14-22 Minnesota 35 38 .479 4% 4 5-5 W-3 18-17 17-21 Texas 35 38 .479 11 4 4-6 L-3 16-19 19-19 ab r h bi ab r h bi
Tampa Bay 30 46 .395 12 10% 6-4 W-1 17-23 13-23 Chicago 35 40 .467 5% 5 3-7 L-3 21-18 14-22 Houston 33 43 .434 14% 7% 4-6 L-1 17-20 16-23 Fowlercf 4 0 0 0 DJnngscf 4 1 2 0
Altuve2b 3 0 1 0 Zobrist2b 3 2 1 0
NATIONAL LEAGUE Springr rf 3 0 0 0 Kiermrrf 4 1 1 1
East Division Central Division West Division Singltn lb 3 0 0 0 Longori 3b 4 1 1 0
W L Pct GB WC L10 Str Home Away W L Pct GB WC L10 Str Home Away W L Pct GB WC L10 Str Home Away MDmn3b 3 0 0 0 Loney lb 5 0 2 3
Washington 38 35 .521 - 4-6 W-1 22-17 16-18 Milwaukee 46 30 .605 - 7-3 W-3 20-15 26-15 San Fran. 43 30 .589 - 1-9 L-6 23-15 20-15 JCastrodh 3 0 0 0 Guyer If 4 1 1 1
Atlanta 38 36 .514 % 1% 4-6 L-1 20-18 18-18 St. Louis 40 35 .533 5% 6-4 W-1 22-17 18-18 LosAngeles 40 35 .533 4 6-4 L-1 18-20 22-15 Corprnc 3 0 0 0 Joycedh 2 1 1 1
Miami 37 37 .500 1% 2% 3-7 L-1 25-17 12-20 Cincinnati 36 37 .493 8% 3 7-3 W-1 18-18 18-19 Colorado 34 40 .459 9% 5% 5-5 L-5 19-16 15-24 Presley If 3 0 0 0 YEscorss 4 0 0 0
Philadelphia 34 39 .466 4 5 7-3 L-1 16-21 18-18 Pittsburgh 35 38 .479 9% 4 5-5 L-1 21-18 14-20 San Diego 32 42 .432 11% 7% 4-6 W-3 19-19 13-23 MGnzlz ss 3 0 0 0 Hanign c 4 12 1
NewYork 34 41 .453 5 6 5-5 W-1 16-20 18-21 Chicago 31 40 .437 12% 7 6-4 W-2 16-14 15-26 Arizona 32 45 .416 13 9 3-7 W-1 14-27 18-18 Totals 28 0 1 0 Totals 34 811 7
Houston 000 000 000 0
Tampa Bay 200 030 03x 8
LOB-Houston 3, Tampa Bay 10. 2B-De.JenN L !nings (17), Kiermaier (8), Joyce (15), Hanigan
(6). SB-Longoria (3). S-Guyer.
N LIP H RERBBSO Houston
J.BuchananL,0-1 41/38 5 5 3 0
Mets 4, Marlins 0 Williams 32/33 3 3 2 3
NewYo.k Minm Tampa Bay
NewYork Miami OdorizziW,3-7 71/31 0 0 2 10
ab rh bi ab rh bi Boxberger 2/3 0 0 0 0 1
Grndrsrf 3 00 0 Furcal2b 2 00 0Yates 1 0 0 0 0 0
DnMrp2b 4 0 0 0 JeBakr2b 2 0 0 0 HBP-by Williams (Kiermaier), by J.Buchanan
DWrght3b 4 2 3 1 Mrsnckcf 4 0 0 0 ;.(Longoria).WP-Williams.
Duda b 3 1 1 2 Stantonrf 4 00 Umpires-Home, Manny Gonzalez; First, Brian
CYoungcf 4 0 2 1 McGeh3b 3 0 1 0 Knight; Second, Seth Buckminster;Third, Fieldin
Floresss 4 0 1 0 Sltlmchc 4 0 0 0 Culbreth.
Tegrdnc 4 00 0 GJoneslb 4 00 0 T-3:05.A-17,551 (31,042).
deGrm p 3 0 0 0 Ozuna If 2 0 1 0 Orioles 6, Yankees 1
Famili p 0 0 0 0 Lucas ss 4 0 2 0
BAreuph 10 0 0 Koehlerp 2 0 0 0 Baltimore NewYork
Mejiap 0 0 0 0 Bourph 0 0 0 0 ab rhbi ab rhbi
EYongl If 2 10 0 Hatchrp 0 0 0 0 Markksrf 5 1 0 0 Gardnrl If 3 0 0 0
Totals 32 474 Totals 31 0 6 0 Pearcel If 4 1 2 2 Jeterss 4 0 1 0
NewYork 000 101 002 4 Loughpr-lf 0 0 0 0 Ellsury cf 3 0 1 0
Miami 000 000 000 0 A.Jonescf 4 22 1 Teixeirlb 4 11 1
I "N.Cruz dh 4 1 12 Beltran dh 3 00 0
E-D.Wright (9). DP-New York 2, Miami 1. C.Davislb 5 0 1 0 KJhnsn3b 4 00 0
LOB-NewYork 4, Miami 8. 2B-D.Wright (17), JHardyss 4 1 2 1 BRorts2b 4 02 0
Flores (3), Stanton (18), McGehee (17). HR- Machd 3b 4 0 0 0 ISuzuki rf 4 0 1 0
Duda (10). SB-E.Young (18), Stanton (6). Schoop 2b 3 0 1 0 Cervelli c 4 0 1 0
IP H R ER BBSO CJosphc 4 0 0 0
NewYork Totals 37 69 6 Totals 33 1 7 1
deGromW,1-4 7 5 0 0 3 7 Baltimore 100 220 010 6
FamiliaH,5 1 1 0 0 0 1 NewYork 000 100 000 1
Mejia 1 0 0 0 1 1 E-Ke.Johnson (7). LOB-Baltimore 8, New
Miami York 8. 2B-C.Davis (9), B.Roberts (9). HRKoehler L,5-6 7 4 2 2 3 8 Pearce (6), A.Jones (13), N.Cruz (23), J.Hardy
...Hatche. 3 2 0 1 Associat(1), Teixeira (12). CS-Gardner (2).
Hatcher 2 3 2 2 0 1 Associated Press IP H R ER BB SO
Umpires-Home, Ron Kulpa; First, Pat Hoberg; Baltimore's Adam Jones, left, is greeted by Chris Davis after hitting a solo home run Saturday against the Baltimore
Second, Ed Hickox; Third, Lance Barrett. New York Yankees in the first inning in New York. The Orioles hit three home runs in a 6-1 victory. B.NorrisW,7-5 5 3 1 1 2 4
T-2:38. A-24,502 (37,442). R.Webb 2 1 0 0 1 1
Nationals 3, fse*nk e Matusz 1/32 0 0 0 1
Nationals 3, Cl Tom.Hunter 12/31 0 0 0 0
Braves 0 NewYork
SasOles power past YankeesNunoL,14 61/36
Atlanta Washington J.Ramirez 22/33 1 1 1 4
ab rhbi ab rhbi A M RC Nretired the first 11 batters he faced be- HBP-by J.Ramirez (Schoop).
LaStell2b 4 0 0 0 Spancf 4 0 1 0 O ak m d knoCkS AMERICAN LEAGUE fore allowing two runs and four hits in Umpires-Home, Tom Hallion; First, Tom
BUpton cf 4 0 1 0 Rendon 3b 4 0 3 2 a n Woodring; Second, Chris Guccione; Third, Eric
FFrmn 1lb 4 0 1 0 Werth rf 4 0 0 0 m Saturday's Games seven innings while striking out eight. Cooper.
Gatisc 3 0 1 0 LaRochlb 3 1 1 0 qf J o t n i nBaltimore 6, N.YYankeesl1inns srkn -:7 -7 6 4,4)
Gattis c 3 0 1 0 LaRoch lb 3 1 1 OS ON IN 1 Minnesota 4, Chicago White Sox 3 Nationals 3 Braves 0 T-2:57. A-47,165 (49,642).
Heywrd rf 3 0 0 0 Zmrmn If 4 0 1 1 Seattle 2, Kansas City 1 Athletics 2
J.Uptonl If 4 00 0 Dsmndss 4 00 0 Associated Press Oakland2, Boston 1,10 innings WASHINGTON Doug Fister
CJhnsn 3b 4 0 1 0 Espinos 2b 3 0 0 0 Tampa Bay 8, Houston 0 pitched eight shutout innings, and An- Red Sox 1, 10 inn.
ASmns ss 3 0 1 0 Loaton c 2 2 1 0 NEW YORK Nelson Cruz hit Cincinnati 11, Toronto 1 thony Rendon had three hits and two Boston Oakland
Tehern p 2 0 0 0 Fisterp 1 0 0 0 Detroit at Cleveland, late
Jaime p 0 0 0 0 RSorin p 0 0 0 0 his 23rd home run, J.J. Hardy con- Texas at L.A. Angels, late RBI for the Washington Nationals, ab rhbi ab rhbi
Totals 31 0 5 0 Totals 29 3 7 3 nected for his first of the season Today's Games who beat the Atlanta Braves 3-0 Holt rf 4 0 3 0 Crisp cf 5 0 1 1
Pedroia 2b 5 1 1 0 Jaso c 3 0 0 0
Atlanta 000 000 000 0 and the Baltimore Orioles beat Detroit(Scherzer8-3)atCleveland(Tomlin4-4), 1:05pm. victory. D.Ortizdh 4 0 1 0 Gentry rf 1 0 1 0
Washington 001 001 10x 3 the New York Yankees 6-1 Satur- Toronto(Dickey6-5)atCincinnati(Cueto6-5), 1:10pm. Washinton tooka lead Napolilb 3 0 0 0 Cespdsdh 4 0 1 0
LOB-Atlanta 7, Washington 6. 2B-Rendon day after starter Bud Norris left Houston (Keuchel 8-4) at Tampa Bay (Bedard 3-5), Washington took a half-game lead Nava If 3 0 1 0 Moss If 4 0 1 0
(14). S-Teheran, Fister 2. day 1:40 p.m. over Atlanta in the NL East after drop- JGoms ph-If 1 0 0 0 Dndsn 3b 3 00 0
(14). S-Teheran, Fist ER BB S with tightness in his groin. Baltimore (Tillman 5-4) at N.Y Yankees (Tanaka ping the first two games in the series. Przyns c 4 0 0 0 Lowrie ss 4 0 0 0
IP H RERBBSO Adam Jones and Steve Pearce 11-1), 2:05 p.m.
Atlanta a ne an tChicago White Sox (Joh.Danks 6-5) at Minnesota Ryan Zimmerman also drove in a run Drew ss 4 0 0 0 Vogt rf-c 3 1 2 0
Teheran L,6-5 7 7 3 3 2 10 also went deep against struggling ChcuagoWhe x(Joh.Danks 6-5) at Minnesota he Nationals. JHerrr3b 3 0 0 0 Callasp lb 2 1 0 1
(.Hughes 7-3), 2:10 p.m. forth Nationals. JHerrr3b 3 0 0 0 Callasplb 2 1 0 1
Jaime 1 0 0 0 0 1 soft-tosser Vidal Nuno, helping Seattle(Elias6-5)atKansasCity(Ventura5-5),2:10p.m. Coming off his second lossofthe BrdlyJrcf 4 0 1 0 Sogard2b 2 00 0
Washington the Orioles rebound after blowing Boston (Lester 8-7) atOakland (Milone 5-3), 4:05 p.m. season Fister (6-2) allowed five hits Totals 35 1 7 0 Puntotals ph-2b 1 6 2
FisterW,6-2 8 5 0 0 1 3 a two-run lead in the ninth inning Texas (Darvish 7-3) at L.A. Angels (H.Santiago 0-7), ,
R.Soriano S,16-18 1 0 0 0 0 0 ofa 5-3 loss Friday night 8:07 p.m. three over his final seven innings Boston 000 000 010 0 1
HBP-by Fister (Gattis). Balk-Teheran. Cuz and Pearce each had a NATIONAL LEAGUE with three strikeouts and one walk. Oakland 001 000 000 1 2
Umie-oe ln aa;Frt akCr- Cruz and Pearce each had a NAION~AL LEAGUE One out when winning run scored.
Umpires-Hometwo-run shot. Hardy ended a Rafael Soriano pitched the ninth for DP-Oakland 2. LOB-Boston 8, Oakland 7.
son; Second, Tim Welke; Third, Todd Tichenor. Saturday's Games his 16th save 3B-Vogt (1). S-Punto. SF-Callaspo.
T-2:44. A-40,677 (41,408). drought of 339 at-bats that dated to Milwaukee 9, Colorado 4 IP H R ER BB SO
Cardinals 4 last September N.Y Mets 4, Miami 0 Rendon's RBI single in the third Boston
Mark Teixeira hit his 12th home St. Louis 4, Philadelphia 1 gave Washington its first lead of the R.De La Rosa 7 4 1 1 1 7
Phillies 1 run for the Yankees, who had won Cincinnati 11, Toronto 1 series and his run-scoring double in Breslow 2/3 1 0 0 0 0
Washington 3, Atlanta 0 Th eet ad t30 azawa 11/300011
Philadelphia St. Louis four straight and eight of 10, but WPittsburgh atChicagoubs, late the seventh made it 3-0. az 1/3 0 0 1 1
ab rh bi ab rh bi that was all they managed against L.A. Dodgers at San Diego, late Braves starter Julio Teheran (6-5) Uehara 0 1 0 0 0 0
Rollins ss 3 0 1 1 MCrpnt 3b 3 1 0 0 Norris and three relievers. San Francisco at Arizona, late struck out a season-high 10 batters. Oakland
Ruiz c 3 0 0 0 Craig rf 4 0 1 0 During a pregame ceremony on Today's Games He allowed three runs and seven hits J.Chavez 7 3 0 0 4 4
Utley 2b 4 0 1 0 Hollidy lf 3 1 1 1 N.Y Mets(Niese 3-4) at Miami(DeSclafani 1-1), 1:10 pm. . Gregerson BS,6-9 1 2 1 1 0 0
lHoward1b 4 0 0 0 YMolinc 1 2 0 0 the field, former New York first Toronto(Dickey6-5)atCincinnati(Cueto6-5), 1:10pm. in seven innings. Doolittle 1 0 0 0 0 0
Howard lb 4 00 0 YMolinc 1 20 0 Doolittle 1 00 00 0
Byrd rf 4 0 0 0 JhPerlt ss 4 0 1 1 baseman Tino Martinez was hon- Atlanta (E.Santana 5-4) at Washington (Roark 6-4), Cardinals 4, Phillies I Otero W,6-1 1 2 0 0 0 1
DBrwn If 40 0 1 0 MAdmslb 1 0 0 2 ored with a plaque to be placed in 1:35 p.m. Uehara pitched to 1 batter in the 10th.
Mayrrycf 3 0 0 0 Bourjoscf 4 0 0 0 Monument Park at Yankee Philadelphia(K.Kendrick3-6)atSt.Louis(C.Martinez ST. LOUIS Matt Holliday broke WP-Gregerson.
0-3), 2:15 p.m. Umpires-Home, QuinnWolcott; First, GregGibAsche 3b 4 1 1 0 M.Ellis 2b 3 0 1 0 Stadium. Pittsburgh (Cumpton 2-2) atChicago Cubs (Hammel an eighth-inning tie with a double, and Uson; S eond, Phil Cuzzi; Thirst, G erry Davis.bHamels p 3 0 2 0 Wnwrg p 3 0 1 0 Norris (7-5) allowed three hits 6-4), 2:20 p.m. Adam Wainwright tossed eight strong T-3:04. A-32,873 (35,067).
Diekmn p 0 0 0 0 Rosnthl p 0 0 0 0 in five innings, matching a career L.A. Dodgers (Ryu 8-3) at San Diego (Stults 2-9), innings to lead the St. Louis Cardinals
Totals 32161 Totals 26 4 4 4:10 p.m. Interleague
Philadelphia 001 000 000 1 high by winning his fourth straight at Colorado (Matzek 1-1) to a 4-1 win over Philadelphia that
-- Milwaukee (Lohse 8-2) at Colorado (Matzek 1-1),
St. Louis 010 000 03x 4 start. He warmed up on the 4:10 p.m. snapped thePhillies'season-high Reds 11, Blue Jays 1
DP-Philadelphia 2. LOB-Philadelphia 7, St. mound for the sixth but was San Francisco(Bumgarner8-4) atArizona(Bolsinger five-game winning streak. Toronto Cincinnati
Louis 6. 2B-Hamels (1), Holliday (18), Jh.Per- pulled for Ryan Webb, who 1-2), 4:10 p.m. Holliday ripped a one-out double off ab rh bi ab rh bi
alta (19), Wainwright (3). SF-Rollins, pitched two scoreless innings. Cole Hamels to bring in Matt Carpen- Reyes ss 3 0 0 0 BHmltn cf 5 1 1 1
Ma.Adams 2. fafe aRsmssnp 0 0 0 0 Frazier3b 4 0 0 1
Ma.Adams2. P H R ER BB SO Tommy Hunter got the final five Jason Vargas (7-3), who took the loss. ter to make it 2-1. Carpenter started Tholeph 1 0 0 0 Voto l1b 4 22 1
Philadelphia outs. Yoervis Medina (4-1) worked a flaw- the rally with a leadoff walk. JFrncs 3b 0 0 0 0 Phillips 2b 3 11 1
Hamels L,2-4 71/35 3 2 5 8 Pressed into the rotation be- less eighth, striking out two to pick up Wainwright (1-3) allowed one run MeCarr If 4 0 1 0 Bruce rf 3 3 1 1
Diekman 2/3 0 1 0 0 0 cause of injuries to CC Sabathia, the victory. He has not allowed a run and six hits, struck out seven and But 4 0 Medswc 3112
st. Louis Ivan Nova and Michael Pineda, and only three hits in hispast 10out- didn't walk a batter for the Cardinals, Encrnclb 3 0 0 0 RSantgss 4 1 2 0
wrightSW,0- 8 6 0 0 0 7 Nuno (1-4) is having a hard time ings, covering 10 1/3 innings. Fer- who broke a three-game losing streak. Lawrie 3b-2b4 0 1 0 Leake p 4 11 0
RosenthalS,21-24 1 0 0 0 1 2 with the homer-friendly dimen- nando Rodney worked the ninth for Trevor Rosenthal earned his 21st Kratz c 3 0 0 0
HBP-by Diekman (YMolina), by Wainwright sions at Yankee Stadium. He was his 20th save in 22 opportunities, get- saveir 4 attempts. Kaws2b-ss2 0
(Ruiz). PB-Ruiz.rokdi hiin hs2tsaei22sv in2Kwkb-2000
Umpires-Home, Larry Vanover; First, Angel rocked in his previous outing in ting Eric Hosmer to ground into a Hamels (2-4) gave up three runs Happ p 1 0 0 0
Campos; Second, Angel Hernandez; Third, Oakland and is 04 since beating game ending double play. Lind ph 1 0 1 0
Adrian Johnson. the Los Angeles Angels on May 7. and seven hits over 7 1/3 innings. Stromn pr 0 0 0 0
T-2:48. A-44,789 (45,399). The left-hander yielded five Twins 4, White Sox 3 Brewers 9, Rockies 4 StTIlsnss-rfl 0 0 0
Brewers 9, Rockies 4 runs -four earned -and six hits MINNEAPOLIS Joe Mauer hit a Toronto 000 000 100 1
Milwaukee Colorado in 6 1/3 innings. He gave up three CDENVER-Aramis Ramirez had Cincinnati 301 400 30x 11
ab ru h bi ab r h bi innin s n h e tatjs ise d reach three hits, including a solo homer, and E-Bruce (1). LOB-Toronto 5, Cincinnati 4.
RWeks 2b 5 0 1 1 Blckmn rf 5 1 1 0 in 67 1/3 innings this season the seats and Kevin Correia pitched Wily Peralta won his fourth straight start 2B-Me.Cabrera (18), Votto (13), Phillips (19).
Braun rf 5 0 1 0 Stubbs cf 4 1 0 0 A in Leason a smooth six innings to help the Min- as the Milwaukee Brewers beat the HR-Col.Rasmus (10), Bruce (7), Mesoraco
Lucroyfc 4 1 0 Twtzkss 3 0 1 0 merican ague nesota Twins beat the Chicago White error-prone Colorado Rockies 9-4. (P H RERBBSO
CGomzcf 5 1 2 0 Mornea lb 4 1 2 2 Athletics 2, Red Sox I Sox for the third straight game, 4-3. Carlos Gomez extended his hitting Toronto
ArRmr 3b 4 2 3 1 DickrsnlIf 4 1 3 2 OAKLAND, Calif. Coco Crisp sin- Glen Perkins pitched another tenu- streak to 17 games to help the Brewers Happ L,6-4 4 7 8 7 4 5
EHerrr ph-3bl 00 0 Rutledg3b 4 00 0 Rasmussen 3 3 3 3 1 4
Kavisf 4 1 0 1 McKnrc 4 00 0 gled in Alberto Callaspo with one out in ous ninth inning but got his 19th save improve to 5-1 on their seven-game trip. Loup 1 0 0 0 0 0
MrRynl lb 3 2 2 2 LeMahi 2b 4 0 1 0 the 10th inning and the Oakland Athlet- in 22 tries after giving up two runs to Peralta (8-5) went 7 2/3 solid innings cincinnati
Segura ss 2 1 0 0 Fridrch p 2 0 1 0 ics beat the Boston Red Sox 2-1 to ex- blow one the night before. Adam and allowed four runs, three earned. LeakeW,5-6 8 4 1 1 2 6
WPerlt p 3 1 0 0 Masset p 0 0 0 0 tend their winning streak to five games. Eaton led off with a triple and scored Christian Friedrich (0-1) lasted six in- contreras 1 ooo 1
Wooten p 0 0 0 0 RWhelr ph 1 0 0 0 Callaspo drew a leadoff walk against on Gordon Beckham's sacrifice fly. nings and surrendered nine runs, four Umpires-Home, JoeWest; First, Marty Foster;
Grznyp 0 0 0 0 Belisle p 0 0 0 0 reliever Edward Mujica (2-3) and was Pinch-hitter Paul Konerko then earned, in his season debut. He was Second, Rob Drake; Third, Alan Porter.
Culersn ph 1 0 0 0 sacrificed to second. Red Sox closer smacked a single up the middle, but betrayed by his defense as the Rockies T-2:35. A-42,530 (42,319).
Totals 36 9 9 5 Totals 36 4 9 4 Koji Uehara replaced Mujica before Perkins struck out Jose Abreu and committed a season-high four errors.
Milwaukee 044 010 000 9 Crisp lined his first pitch into right field. Adam Dunn to end it and punctuated I n e gue Rays schedule
Colorado 200 002 000 4 Boston right fielder Brock Holt made a the final swing and miss with a big R eeaB ue uns ston
E-R.Weeks (4), McKenry (4), LeMahieu (2), Strong throw but Callaspo slid home pump of his left arm. Reds 11, Blue Jays 1 Jun Houston
Rutledge 2 (5). DP-Milwaukee 1, Colorado 1. srn ho u alsosi oe r June 23 vs. Pittsburgh
LOB-Milwaukee 5, Colorado 6. 2B- with the game-winner. National League CINCINNATI Jay Bruce's homer June 24 vs. Pittsburgh
Mar.Reynolds (6), Dickerson (11). 3B-R.Weeks Boston was shut out for the first Mets 4, Marlins 0 helped the Reds get ahead 8-0 for the June25 Bv. Pittsburgh
(1). HR-Ar.Ramirez (9), Dickerson (10). SB- SeVen innings before Dustin Pedroia second day in a row, and Mike Leake June 28 at Baltimore
Blackmon (13), Stubbs (8). scored on a wild pitch in the eighth. MIAMI Jacob deGrom pitched made this big lead stand up, pitching June 29 at Baltimore
Mlake PH EBBO seven scoreless ingsto earn his beginnings for an 11-1 vcoyover June30 at NYYankees
Plkaee,8-5 13H8R S Mariners 2, Royals 1 first win for the nning oMs ena4-0 ht nnngs .- victory Jy 1 a
W.PeraltaW.8-5 72/38 4 3 1 2 2 R yasNwYrMesia4- thTonoBleJ s.July2 atNYYankees
Wooten 1 1 0 0 0 1 KANSAS CITY, Mo. Dustin Ack- victory over the Miami Marlins. A day earlier, the Blue Jays pulled off July 3 at Detroit
Gorzelanny 1/3 0 0 0 0 0 ley drove in the go-ahead run with a Lucas Duda hit a two-run home run, the second-biggest comeback in their July 4 at Detroit
Colorado twO-out ninth inning single as the his 10th, and David Wright had three history. Down 8-0 after the second in- July 5 at Detroit
Fredrth L,0-1 6 29 0 3 Seattle Mariners beat the Kansas City hits and an RBI for New York, which ning, they rallied to a 14-9 victory. July 7 vs. Kansas City
Belisle 1 0 0 0 0 0 Royals 2-1. has won three of four. The Reds got ahead 8-0 after four July 8 vs. Kansas City
Hawkins 1 0 0 0 0 0 Ackley'ssingle to right on a 2-2 For deGrom (1-4), who had been innings on Saturday against J.A. Happ July9 vs. Kansas City
sigeJuly 11 vs. Toronto
HBP-by Masset (Mar.Reynolds), by Friedrich count scored Kyle Seager, who dou- winless in first seven starts, it was fi- (6-4), and the Brewers didn't have an- July 12 vs. Toronto
(Segura).WP-Friedrich. bled with two outs to start the game- nally a chance to celebrate. He struck other big comeback in them. Leake July 13 vs.Toronto
Mir Secoe, Me Estario; Third, Mie winning rally. Seager moved to third out seven, allowed five hits and issued (5-6) had a lot to do with it, allowing the July18 at Minnesota
Layne. on Stefen Romero's infield single be- three walks. Blue Jays only four hits, including July 20 at Minnesota
T-2:58 (Rain delay: 0:23). A-38,020 (50,480). fore Ackley's hit. Ackley is 5-for-10 off Marlins starter Tom Koehler (5-6) Colby Rasmus' homer. July 22 at st. Louis
Cim~us CouNTri (FL) CHRONICLE SPORTS SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 2014 115
Are you ready for Wimbledon: 'Murresmo,'
some FXFL football? other things to watch
rueto"Associated Press ninth French Open title was followed
Deeo m na e g e That's where the FXF~s creation gets quickly by his third consecutive loss on
particularly noteworthy The status quo, on LONDON -Last year's Wimbledon grass; the stuff is rough on his knees. If laun hingthi~all and off the field, will not necessarily apply was the most unpredictable in memory Federer, now 32 and a father of four, is
lau chngthi fll The league is contemplating eliminating Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Maria going to seriously contend for an 18th
the kicking game, which might take away Sharapova -owners of a combined 10 ti- major title, it figures to come at WimbleAssocia ted Press excitement with no kickoff or punt returns, tles at the All England Club -were all don, because he excels on grass, last year's
but add fan enthusiasm for extra gone by the end of the second round. Five- stunning second-round exit notwithstandNEW YORK -Six teams, 40-man ros- points, which would be a required 2-point time champion Serena Williams left in the ing. "I feel like, yeah, if things click here, I ters, limited salaries -and perhaps no conversion fourth. Add in the record-equaling should be able to win the tournament"
punts, kickoff-s or extra-point placements. "We'll get a chance to experiment" say withdrawals or mid-match retirements Federer said. A home for players who can't crack the as because of health problems. SERENAS REACTION: Williams is
big time to hone their skills for another shot Basseyin a formle Rams efeeryhniverback And to cap it all, Andy Murray finally ranked No. 1 and seeded No. 1. But she's at the NFL. Maybe even a place for colle- "and d oing a ittl d itofoveyting htcee gave Britain the men's champion it had lost before the quarterfinals at three of the gians not yet eligible for the NFL to Thdcatwoued inclden ooigh tcolg wanted for more than three-quarters of a past four majors, including at Wimbledon
undthi gms.paerlssm and even thig scoL. century last year and a second-round exit at the
The Fall Experimental Football plyran-nyf the NeofFL What might 2014 have in store? Here French Open last month. With her best-inLeague (FXFL) plans to M al s th e o orF are five things to watch at Wimbledon, the-women's-game serve and ability to
launch in October as a plaer twil bear nomre- where play begins Monday: bounce back from setbacks, a strong showthantwoyeas r- 'URRESMO': The pairing of Murray ing from Williams on the grass wouldn't leeagupwthntNl moved from their and his new coach, Amelie Mauresmo, shock her coach, Patrick Mouratoglou.
lafiliatno but college careers, was quickly dubbed "Murresmo," and "She's definitely the kind of person that
wihltsof in- with the major- their partnership is sure to draw a lot of when something bad happens to her, is
wtriguingo idas ity coming notice. For one thing, Murray won the always able to react"
trigung idas..from that grass-court Grand Slam tournament-the SHABAPOVAS DECADE: Hard to becurren thvi year's draft first British man in 77 years to do so -lieve, perhaps, but it's been a decade since
sio Ilad-class. That with Ivan Lendl in his corner For another, Sharapova won Wimbledon at age 17 for
SionI lnd-would include it's unusual for a top male tennis player to her first Grand Slam title. Now she's got
footall anh players cut in be coached by a woman, although Murray five major trophies, but is still stuck on
cooll dtiv ebr training camp was coached for years by his mother, cur- one at the All England Club. "I don't think
galcinn areet- h or those who never even rent British Fed Cup captain Judy Asked about that victory very often," Sharapova
gnLg harewi th the nogot a look from the NFL. about the hiring of Mauresmo, 2013 Wim- said. "Just sometimes when I need a little
tFher s more thneer need, That approach would not bledon runner-up Novak Djokovic said: "I pick me up or when I look back at my
ther ismor thn evr anee imactthe NCAA, and the league don't know how that's going to turn out achievements."
for another platform out there," says says it won't actively recruit players this relationship. But it's definitely an in- TIME TO MAKE A MARK Men who
plafo like fr L basketball naebal who are still enrolled. But Woods explains teresting decision." might make a breakthrough include
plafom lkeforbaketal an bsebllthat some players could come from the THE USUAL SUSPECTS: A member of Grigor Dimitrov of Bulgaria, who won a players. rak h F os' oc.the so-called Big 4 has won each of the last grass-court tuneup title last week, or
"Pro football has nothing. The NFL has rearte nFL duioet tuh.osbiiyo 11 Wimbledon titles -seven for Federer, Canada's big-serving Milos Raonic. Also it the practice squad, but it does not develop wre nt plringo thae posiliyo two for Nadal, and one apiece for Murray will be fun to see how a trio of up-andplayers beas hydrtgtit ae.he said. "We'll look at it on case-by-case and Djokovic -and few would be sur- coming women who took center stage at
You don't develop if you aren't getting on basis. There might even be a situation for a prised if someone in that quartet makes it the French Open fare at Wimbledon: Sithe field." paerihouofhgscolwomht an even dozen. The top-seeded Djokovic, mona Halep, coming off her first Grand
Woods, an attorney who played atMissis- pltar rgt got colhighecho. womih champion in 2011, is a popular pick al- Slam final appearance; Eugenie sippi and coached as a graduate assistant nTh want to s go tlee. o ea n h though he himself offered this: "I wouldn't Bouchard, a semifinalist at the Australian at Iowa State, wouldn't mind having a tie-in Theks FXFLs hsad btelvs deal iaent say it's so obvious that the 'usual suspects' Open and Roland Garros; and Garbine with the big boys, but that's not immediately woer eseod Gsa butl detailaved n ... will reach the final stages." Nadal's Muguruza, who stunned Williams in Paris. on the agenda. The FXFL will field teams beenirelesed ms Willneslayed tong in the New York and Boston areas; Austin, whegeighs monstlydenoerday alhoght Texas; Portland, Oregon; Omaha, Ne-thlegeicosdrnsmeFdangt
bak;and in Florida. No city has been an- contests in its Northeast locations where braska; teFlrdafrnhie high school football is not overwhelmingly
Former NFL players Tommie Harris, a popular
three-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle, and To enhance local interest the league will Eric Bassey have purchased the Austin give each team territorial rights, so the franchise. Austin franchise has first shot at players
The teams will play six games this fall in from Texas, for example.
minor league baseball stadiums, with an Salaries will be $1,000 a week for the emphasis on gaining experience. The main players. Coaches will draw from a pool of idea is to advance the talents of players, around $110,000 for the staff. coaches, officials and front office execu- Woods and the team owners will work on tives, something NFL football operations setting up host families for the players, simchief Troy Vincent said in April his league ilar to what minor league baseball and is looking into for the future. hockey do. That saves on costs, but also
"Our long-term goal is to establish a part- makes the players more a part of the nership with the NFL," Woods says, "and community
we feel we can do that on many platforms. 'This league will provide the opportunity It would give them a way to work with for players who otherwise might not get it" younger players that they don't currently Bassey says. 'There's those 100-150 players have. We can help them train prospective who don't get drafted and this would be a Associated Press
NFL officials -in the NBA, every referee perfect opportunity for them. We're talking Maria Sharapova holds the winner's trophy July 3, 2004, after defeating Serena entering the league (in recent years) comes about extremely good athletes, and we will Williams in the women's singles final at Wimbledon. Sharapova won Wimbledon at from NBA Developmental League. set up a platform for those guys to get an age 17 for her first Grand Slam title. Now she's got five major trophies, but is still
"We can be a testing ground for proposed opportunity to prove themselves.' stuck on one at the All England Club.
Recreation BR I EFS GolfouignSetm r
Citrus Springs and a copy of your current in- be held at two parks. home and the fundamentals ofouig n Se tmr
Horseshoe Club surance card to leave with the Holden Community Park pistol shooting. The Marines and Navy Corpsmen of Marine
CRHS staff after the physical (4229 S. Rainbow Dr., Inver- Lessons include: Corps League Detachment 1139 will be holding its June 14 results: has been conducted. Checks ness, 34452) July 7-10 (Ages 0 Intro to pistol safety, third annual golf outing on Monday, Sept. 22 at
Won all three games Dick should be made payable to 5-9) and July 14-17 (Ages parts and operation Black Diamond Ranch.
Lenzen, John Clark. CRHS in the amount of $15. 10-14) 9 a.m.-noon. 0 Intro to ammo and the Proceeds go to the Injured Warriors of Florida.
High Series Mike Trudel Download the packet from Central Ridge District Park fundamentals of pistol shooting Fee is $80 per golfer, and includes lunch at the club226, Dick Lenzen 218, John www.c2cschools.com or come (6905 N. Lecanto Hwy., Bev- 0 Intro to pistol shooting house. Hole-in-one prizes include a new car, Clark 215. by the front office for a printed erly Hills 34465) July 21-24 from the seated position $10,000, two round-trip airline tickets anywhere in
High Game Mike Trudel copy. (Ages 5-9) and July 28-31 0 Intro to pistol cleaning and the continental U.S. and premium golf equipment.
88, Dick Lenzen 87, Joe War- Prs&Rc (Ages 10-14) 9 am-noon. storage Check in at 8:30 am., tee time 10 am. Call
burton 87, Sam Gonzalez 81, Prs&RcPre-registration is required For experienced shooters 352-746-3315 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for
John Clark 80. swim lessons and must be completed at the who wish to use their own more information.
Scores are based on a Citrus County Parks and Parks & Recreation Office firearm in an advanced class,
handicap system so all skill Recreation Swim Lessons (2804 W. Marc Knighton Ct., check out the club's schedulePakiw ANE
levels can compete. registration is in full swing. Lecanto, FL 34461). For more for the Basic Pistol course. P rve A E
The club, provide the Sig up at Bietena Par inomto cotc Ciru Sucsflcmltof- COGAULTOS Sa Basrle pretgm
B6 SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 2014 WORLD CUP Cimus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE
0 0 0 0
Messi magic gives Argentina win over Iran
Star coresinmidfielder Ashkan Dejagah's
0 1 was tipped just over the bar by Arst~ ag tim orgentina goalkeeper Sergio
1-0 ictoy or"We know that it would be a difficult tense match," Romero said.
"Thank God I could get my hand
Associated Press 4don the ball and it didn't go in."
Earlier, lone striker Reza
BELO HORIZONTE, Brazil Ghoochannejhad's header from
The way Iran was defending, it close range was saved by Romero
was always going to take a little after a cross from the right He
magic from Lionel Messi to send also missed a chance for a late
Argentina into the second round winner when his shot was again
of the World Cup. A.saved by Romero.
Until stoppage time on Satur- ___Iran coach Carlos Queiroz said
day, Messi had been stifled by two people made the difference
Iran' s solid back line. Then, out ofintemchMsiadrfre nowhere, the Argentina captain iorad Maic: Qeiro ad hefee
produced something very special, Mrefre ud aveo poitd toe
as he has done so many times for the penalty spot when Argentina
Barcelona, by scoring a stunning right back Pablo Zabaleta mistgoal for a 1-0 victory imed his challenge on Dejagah in
Goalkeeper Sergio Romero, Athe second half
who watched the goal from the "I hope they don't punish me,
other end of the pitch, said MessibuI'telnthtrh:twaa "rubbed his magic lamp and we Associated Press penalty," Queiroz said, stressing
Meso wsmoeprgatc Argentina's Lionel Mess! celebrates Saturday after scoring in stoppage time during the Group F World that Mazic had a clear view "The
"Wen Iwa t Imadsore d prgatc Cup match against Iran at the Mineirao Stadium in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. Argentina won 1-0. referee played a role in this game. was very happy, because we were goal since 2006 after failing to ting a rare touch, quickly moved Year no fewer than four times. "Msiwsgethecodte in added time already and score in the 2010 edition. The fix- the ball toward his dangerous left Up until that point he had been winning goal. The referee, I'm wanted to qualify for the next lure was also significant for him foot and fired a curling shot from kept quiet by Iran's stoic defend- sorry to say, was not" phase," he said. because it was his 88th Argentina 20 yards just beyond the reach of ing, while Argentina had at times Before the match, Iran faced
Argentina coach Alejandro appearance, surpassing Diego the diving goalkeeper and into the been exposed to counterattacks. criticism for its defensive tactics Sabella watched as Iran tightly Maradona's 87. left corner of the net "It was a difficult game to be after a dour 0-0 draw against
marked his star player, but said he However, the Group F match "In the first half, we had four or honest" Messi said. "They were Nigeria. But before Messi's strike, always had faith that Messi might had nearly been a disaster for Ar- five clear chances to score a goal able to close up at the back, so it Iranian and Brazilian fans were deliver when it counted. gentina. Besides defending, Iran and in the second half, they com- was difficult for us to break down singing "Ole, ole, ole, ole, Iran
"Messi continued on through- also took the match to Argentina plicated things for us with coun- the defense. It was very hot for Iran!" in recognition of the team's out the match," Sabella said. "He in the second half, creating sev- terattacks, Sabella said. us." attempts to score a winner
had perseverance, patience, atti- eral chances to win it and cause a "But having Messi resolved Iran had several chances to win But Messi denied Iran what tude. He always had an eye for tournament sensation. everything." it, especially in the second half would have ranked as its greatest
goal in his own way" Iran was punished, however, for The goal showed why Messi has The best of those opportunities result by drawing with the former
It was Messi's first World Cup those missed chances. Messi, get- been voted World Player of the came in the 67th minute, when world champions.
Germany rallies to draw US can advance with
with Gh'lana in Group G victory over Portugal
Associated Press Associa ted Press ence after about five minutes, took in the
final moments, then returned to answer
FORTALEZA, Brazil -MANAUS, Brazil -Moths and mosqui- more questions. Ghana held Germany to a toes circled when the United States took "Ijutcnrmwhtealkewfo
2-2 draw on Saturday de- the field for practice Sat- the beginning on, that it's a very, very difspie vtean trierurday evening at Arena ficult group," he said. "It's a huge opporMiroslav Klose coming on da Amazonia, a 40,000- tunity tomorrow here in Manaus, and we
as a substitute to tie the seat stadium built in a re- will definitely go for it"
Worl Cu scrin reord ote are oftheThe Americans needed a shot in the
with the equalizer in their rainforest where the Rio 4arm for this match -up to five inoculahighly entertaining Group Negro meets the tions per player, to be precise, for protecG match. Amazon. tion against typhoid, yellow fever, tetanus,
Klose now has 15 career And as the Americans hepatitis A and influenza after they
World Cup goals, equaling stretched in the heat and started training last month in California.
the mark set by former humidity in their final Timar Players were also offered medication to
Brazil star Ronaldo. training session before UieStesprevent malaria, the mosquito-borne
Klose scored the equal- today's World Cup game UnitedeState infectious disease, but all 23 declined.
izer in the 71st minute, less against Portugal, a dou- gaker. "It's a World Cup," Chris Wondolowski
than two minutes after ble rainbow shimmered said. "It doesn't matter what's going into
coming on, when a corner said by some to herald an occurrence your body or how hot it will be."
by Toni Kroos was flicked with great meaning. After making the 1,680-mile flight from
to the far post by Benedikt With a win over the Portuguese and their base in Sao Paulo, the Americans
Hoewedes and the striker reigning world player of the year Cris- found themselves in typical weather for
slid in to knock the ball into tiano Ronaldo, the U.S. would accomplish the first day of winter: The forecast was
the roof of the net -~a pair of American firsts: reaching the for 80 degrees at the start of the game with
The result means the knockout stage of consecutive World Cups high humidity that will make it feel more
United States would ad- and advancing with a game to spare. like 90. AccuWeather said there was a
vance from the group if it "This is now the moment where you can chance of a thunderstorm early in the
beat Potugl tdayprove yourself This is the moment where game.
Mario Goetze had put you can step up and play those guys and The $290 million stadium, in a city with
Germany ahead in the 51st, put them in place," U.S. coach Jurgen no first-division clubs that is accessible
but Ghana equalized three Klinsmann said. "So we want to put Cris- only by airplane and boat, was designed
minutes later through tiano and his team in his place." to resemble a native straw basket and
Andre Ayew The Americans opened with a 2-1 win filled with orange and yellow seats speGhana captain Asamoah overr Ghana on Monday behind John cially constructed to withstand sunlight
Gyanthe pu th Aficas SBrooks' 86th-minute goal, while Portugal just 3 degrees south of the equator It figahead in the 63rd, only to Lodropped an embarrassing 4-0 defeat to ures to be filled with thousands ofAmerisee Klose cancel out his Associated Press Germany When Ghana and Germany tied can fans who have made the trek -the
goal. Ghana's Sulley Muntari clears the ball Saturday from 2-2 on Saturday, the U.S. is suddenly in po- streets were filled with people in red,
The 36-year-old Klose is Germany's Thomas Mueller during a Group G World Cup sition to clinch advancement with a win white and blue Saturday in his fourth World Cup) and match at the Arena Castelao in Fortaleza, Brazil. today U.S. captain Clint Dempsey will play
CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE
Thanks for all the raccoon concerns
I can write a column Another hundred write in your address over to Sheriff cat who always wanted to go We could deal with that.
about the death to tell me how they have Dawsy (The sheriff laughed outside. He would also es- But as he got older, he got penalty, wasted tax dol- captured and relocated and suggested that time in a cape every time someone more diabolical. lars or environmental ca- their own raccoons, beavers cage could do me some left a door open. When the mood struck
tastrophe and maybe five to and woodchucks. good, but he was thinking He finally figured out him, he would do his busi10 readers will take the And still others write in to more about the big cages in how to get his 18-pound butt ness in my shoe.
time to respond. ask if they can borrow my Lecanto). thrown outdoors: He Let me repeat that: He
When I write about my raccoon cage. First, let me assure all stopped using the kitty lit- would do his business in my
cat and relocating some rac- Now, to the kind reader you concerned readers that ter shoe!
coons, a hundred people who suggested that I should Streak the cat leads a At first, he was just direc- On occasion, I do not Gerry Mulligan take the time to tell me be kidnapped and placed in charmed life it's just not tionally challenged. He wear socks. Do you know OUT THE what a dope I am and how a cage just like the rac- an air-conditioned life. would sit on the kitty litter how difficult it was to get all
WINDOW my arrest is imminent for coons: I have canceled your For the first half of his box and point the wrong
animal cruelty subscription and turned life, Streak was an indoor way See W /Page C3
Rita Schwerner-Bender, widow of Michael Schwerner, one of three civil rights workers murdered in Neshoba County for their work in trying to register blacks to vote in then segregationist Mississippi, hugs U.S. Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga., a one-time Freedom Rider, on June 15 during a commemorative
service at Mt. Zion United Methodist Church in Philadelphia, Mississippi.
Fift years after
free om summer
A the -I-But a half-century ago, the ef- It was a youth campaign with alfortknon formal a th Mi- most no equal, except perhaps "Fed mssipiSmeUroetws the flood of anti-war college stu*both audacious and dangerous. dents into New Hampshire for
S ummer" has a Three civil rights workers were Eugene McCarthy's presidential
L.ambushed, kidnapped and killed. effort four years later and
oma n Another died in a car crash. there the principal obstacle was
colored in ideaim Scores of Freedom Summer vol- frigid temperatures and the
eai ,unteers were beaten. Three-dozen only danger was icy stares.
shaded in glory: a noble churches were bombed orbured. Dai fThis month, the anniversary
The granite walls of resistance DvdSrba ofthe movement's start will
moment of grandeur when were only barely penetrated. And GUEST bring forth a flood of testimoniwhen the summer ended, the als but almost no reappraisals
blacks and whites from progress we today regard as in- COLUMN for the effort was so pure in
Mississippi and beyond evitble still seemed impossible its purpose, so righteous in its
But 50 summers on, we now goals, so wholesome in its intenunited in a brave effort to recognize that this was one of the signature tions that, even in our contemporary culture
episodes in America's long story of racial of criticism, hardly anyone can condemn fight segregation and strife and racial reconciliation, this mobilization of idealism.
It was a movement that was multifaith and
register' blacks to vote, multiracial but not really multigenerational. See FREO/Page C_4
Medical marijuana's benefits outweigh its drawbacks
I was born during World War II of the newly instituted Teen long and very painful struggle, pumped into me over the ourse olent bout of projetile vomiting,
and came of age during the Court Program. However, my I'm not sure of the exact date of a 72-hour period was oxali- most of which but not all
1960s. I served in the Army good fortune would soon to in late March 2004, but I do re- platin. This substance proved to was contained in the sink. My during Vietnam and returned to come to an end. In early 2004, I member it was a Sunday night. be particularly nasty Its side ef- most embarrassing symptom, become a police officer in Hart- started rapidly losing The reason I remem- fects included vomiting, nausea, however, was the uncontrollable
ford, Connecticut. It was a good weight, and after Thomas R. ber after 10 years is joint pain, neuropathy, loss of diarrhea that accompanied the
career choice and I rose through being probed and Moore Jr. that it was the worst appetite and low red blood-cell retching. All the while, my wife
the ranks. I obtained a college scanned numerous GUEST of all the several sim- count. About the only thing it stood by comforting me and
degree, got married, had chil- times I was diag- COLUMN ilar episodes that I didn't do was cause me to lose telling me that it would be all
dren and lived a good life. When nosed as suffering would endure while my hair, but I probably didn't right. On this night, as she had
I retired from law enforcement from stage 4 colon cancer The undergoing a very aggressive have that much anyway, done previously she cleaned me in 1993 and relocated to Florida, prognosis was not good, but I regimen of chemotherapy. One On that particular Sunday up, changed my clothes, put me I was fortunate to be hired by vowed to fight the disease. This of the constituents of a three- night, I was doubled over the Citrus County to be the director decision would prove to be a drug chemo cocktail that was kitchen sink struggling with a vi- See 'VUAAPage C3
"It iswith noble sentiments that bad literature gets written."
Page C2 SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 2014 AdeGdjunl et ,14
C )P IN IO N __ejura, et.2 14
CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE
CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE Helhcr acltCtie
EDITORIAL BOARD H at ~ efclt ti i
Gerry Mulligan ...................publisherto me v t ra s n ed
Mike Arnold ........................editorto me -ver nn ed
I Charlie Brennan .............managing editor
Curt Ebitz ......................... citizen member he North Florida/South even further this year. since tions, expanded diagnostic and
MacHaris............itienmemerGeorgia Veterans Health Oct. 1, 2013, NF/SGVHS has treatment options, extended
Mac~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~~ Hri.................ctznmme System (NF/SGVHS) is cared for 14,672 new veteran our hours of operation, reFounded Rebecca Martin.................. citizen member honored and privileged to pro- patients. viewed those waiting for care,
by Albert M.
Williamson Brad Bautista........................... copy chief vide care to those who have Our employees -over 5,300 and examined alternatives to
earned and deserve the best strong (33 percent of whom are providing care both within and "You may differ with my choice, but not my tight to choose." health care possi- veterans) -come to outside of the VA. We have
-David S. Arthurs publisher emeritus ble. As one of the work every single made improvements in our
busiest VA facilities day to provide the ability to make available addiin the country with very best care our tional access appointments for
T RU ST B ETRAY ED two hospitals (Mal- veterans deserve. As our veterans. Our efforts are
com Randall Veter- I walk the halls of complicated by limited capacity
ans Affairs (VA) our hospitals and in the community to provide adMedical Center in clinics, I see first- ditional care, continuity of care,
Gainesville and hand the care, com- no show rates for clinic apLake City Veterans passion and pointments, our clinic cancellaV A re fo rm Center) and 11 out- GUEST show to those we are scarcity of critical specialty
patient clinics we entrusted to serve, physicians and primary care
*provided health COLUMN Building and main- physicians. Even with these
care to more than taining the trust of challenges, I want to assure you
125,000 Veterans last year, our patients must be accom- that we will continue to strive to is a mo r a l lion outpatient visits, 575,000 As our veteran population every veteran we serve.
specialty consultations, 185,000 has grown, our organization has radiology studies, 10,000 GI pro- continually worked on making cedures, 8,000 surgeries, and improvements to providing ac- Thomas Wisnieski is the 2,000 cardiac catheterization cess to care within our health- director of the North Florida! laboratory procedures. Our care system. We have South Georgia Veterans
o bi ainwork is expected to increase established new clinic loca- Health System.
For years, the VA's deliv- Community Based Outpatient ery of health care to Clinics (CBOCs).
our nation's veterans Decentralizing the delivery has been a ticking time-bomb of care through CBOCs has ignored by Congress, as well served to foster doctoras Republican and Demo- patient relationships, making cratic administrations, it more personalized and
The time-bomb exploded timely. This is attested to by
last month when allegations the fact that the recent VA that as many as 40 veterans audit recommended no furmay have died awaiting med- ther review for the Lecanto, ical appointments Ocala and Vilat the VA medical TESU: lages CBOCs.
center in Phoenix,T EIUE Local veterans
Arizona, created a VA health care also expressed national firestorm. crisis, general satisfacIn response, a tion with their
VA audit revealed OUR OPINION: CBOC care.
that despite a Most disturbing ~ ~ ~ ~ p
standard of 14 Restore Abraham and sad was the days' wait more Lincoln's promise. morally corrupt than 57,000 veter- practice centered
ans have waited over 90 days at the VA medical centers of for medical appointments, gaming the delivery of health d
Furthermore, 64,000 who en- care by manipulating patient rolled in the VA health care wait times for the benefit of system over the past 10 years performance bonuses at the were never seen by a doctor cost of a patient's well-being The Phoenix incident has or life. _______LETTERS J to the Editor
laid bare a Congress that has With congressional elecneglected reforming a health tions on the horizon, Con- Nice people are OPNOSIVTD rus County (SAC) and also
care system long in crisis and gress promptly responded to aie ndtrv gOPN NSIITD thank the past president,
a VA culture underpinned by the VA's health care crisis alv n hiig 0The opinions expressed in Maria Coimbre, and outgoing
bureaucratic inertia and with draft legislation that of- I want to share my experi- Chronicle editorials are the opin- board for their diligent efforts moral corruption. fers some relief. Neverthe- ence with an employee of Ac- eiori bof eaprdadsriet tecu n u
Congress expanded the de- less, it is more a temporary fix cent Carpet and Tile. She went 0Viwonsdpceinoltal omuty
livery of health care beyond than a permanent solution. above and beyond the call of caViewons dctens political ommrogunttepat2 the promise of President Failure to commit to a per- duty in my book. I am Richard not necessarily represent the years SAC has evolved into a
Abraham Lincoln to "care for manent solution could fur- Rihist and here is my story opinion of the editorial board. formidable organization in him who shall have borne the ther undermine public I wanted to ship a rug and 0 Groups or individuals are Citrus County by assisting
battle" by extending eligibil- confidence and ultimately needed the packing material to invited to express their opinions many individuals and groups ity to veterans with non- spell the dismantling of the ship that rug in. I went to sev- in a letter to the editor. in the community. By conductservice-connected conditions. VA health care system in eral carpet retailers in our 0 Persons wishing to address the ing dances and various
Itsfaiur toadeuaelyre-faor f aprvat seto sou- county without any success. I editorial board, which meets fundraisers SAC has provided source the extended eligibil- tion. While this may have ap- went to Accent Carpet and T ile Brennan at 352-563-5660. scholarships for collegeity contributed to a shortage peal for some, it would be at in Inverness and spoke with a 0 All letters must be signed and bound students, supported of medical staff, which neces- the expense of a valuable na- person named Kathy I told her include a phone number and families in need during the my dilemma and she said I was hometown, including letters holidays, and provided supsitated the adoption of eight tional asset that provides spe- inl,- she'd4 -ust thrown- away sent via email. \Nmesanpr and cofr to ailin i-
Cim~us Couin'Y (FL) CHRONICLE COMMENTARY SUNDAY,~ JUNE 22, 2014 C3
Being the prize pig at the county fair ... in the flesh
A few weeks ago I fair but also allowed as to she commented, 'Just like As you would expect, I I always enjoy kind re- no doubt that I am better shared with you what we all know happens when we have a meal at had to deal not only with marks about this column, off than my counterparts at readers about a to such pigs after the fair! grandmom and grand- preparing and the anxiety and many such remarks the county fair I will be coming event at the It came to pass. daddy's house?" concerning whether or not were made. doing very well very soon,
Florida Artist Gallery and To my very pleasant sur- Ashley de- anyone would The folks at the gallery while those other porkers'
Cafe. It was projected to prise, I played before a frill dined the invi- come, but in had done a marvelous job immediate futures usually
happen on the evening of house which included our tation. Was I -addition there putting together a display includes a transformation June 13, which -just for firstborn, Bethy-Pooh, and insulted? Of was the in- of my paintings. They into bacon, pork chops,
the record, if you have any my Cheryl's father Barry course, just a evitable rush of made them actually ap- sausage, barbecue of every
superstitions about such Lynch. little bit. But,~ adrenaline that pear to be art! sort ham and even bologna.
things -was Friday the There was one possible Ashley knows comes before The attendees seemed Watch it!
13th! Oooh! family member guest who the family rule: and during to really enjoy the verbal I heard that!
The event was a com- chose not to come. Grand- If it is funny such a per- presentation, which included
bined showing of my art- daughter Ashley's sched- enough to formance and some short readings from
work and a book signing. I ule was such that she make 'em Fred Brannen the draining my novel, and I signed sev- Fr)ed Brannen, an Inverwas to give a lecture re- could have been there laugh, there ASIE once it is fin- eral copies. This is an ness resident, has been a
garding "Both Sides of with her mother Beth, but will be no ASIE ished. The end honor I believe one must Chronicle columnist since
Fred Brannen"' the when Ash asked what it repercussions. OF LIFE result was that experience to appreciate 1988 and is the author of
painter and the writer I would be like and was told Her reply was on the day just what a thrill that it is. the novel 'At the Bottom
made comment that the that she would have din- disrespectful, but it was after, I felt wrung out. It has now been afew days otBiscayne Bay" Fr-ed pending program made ner and then granddaddy also funny and it was very But it was worth it. since my appearance as maybe contacted at me feel sort of like being would be talking about true, so she knew she was Cheryl and I met a num- the prize pig and I'm still fbrannenjr~jgmailcom or the prize pig at the county stuff, especially his book, safe. ber of lovely people. recuperating, but there is via brannenbooksllc. com.
AflEE IALIA regulation and enforcement
M ARIUANA at that time accounted for
many deaths both here and in
Continued from Pap C1 other states. Today, we should
not be as concerned as to
in bed and went to clean the what might happen, but what
kitchen. In the morning she we need to do to keep it from
would either take me to the happening. It is not an imhospital or the oncologist to possible task.
have fluids transfused so I One has to understand that
would be ready to face the ex- the use of marijuana in a
perience again in a few days. medical arena is not the
I endured four months of same as a bunch of "old guys"~
chemotherapy to combat a passing a joint around to the
cantaloupe-sized tumor that strains of "Stairway to
was growing on my large Heaven." Getting high, even
bowel. When I was finally able as a side effect, should never
to undergo surgery in August be the intended use of reto remove the growth, I also sponsibility prescribed medlost a kidney, my pancreas, 25 ical marijuana. Close
percent of my liver my spleen supervision of health care
and half my stomach. I spent practitioners who would rec- -four months at Shands Hospi- ommend cannabis is mandatal recovering. The treatment tory, as well as all
that saved my life was long, it dispensaries and production
was hard and it was agonizing. facilities. No strip-mall dlinMany of the prescribed drugs ics, no day-tripping of out-ofhad little or no therapeutic state patients or
value or had dangerous inter- undocumented ailments
actions that required constant should be allowed. Those
monitoring. I was taking 60 mg who would obtain the most Special to the Chronicle
of morphine sulfate every six benefit from this course of An old-fashioned political rally at Hernando on April 7, 1962, brought out Miley Baker, Jim Rooks hours with negligible pain re- treatment have long histories and Dick DeBusk. lief. With a of pain and
severly sup- Since ca n bs suffering and
pressed ap- canbs physicians recpetite I also lost has ben roe ommending r
90 pounds over this course of n n 4
the course of to alleviate the treatment have I d icnol eattn ihd rl-c a g h l mt
nine months. long estab-Yo a tchm ehe lue
imagine what tionships with r he president is on the trail again pushing gree centigrade in 50 years. In other words, the
my experience effects of their patients. his plan to fight climate change, formerly IPCC clearly states the benefits of knocking the
would have -'Medical mani- .1.known as "global warming." world back to the Stone Age energy levels would
been had med- Parkinson's juana should The president is, of course, a lawyer and be negligible!
ical marijuana disease., AIDS, also be permift- knows absolutely nothing about science. But he Fully aware of all this, our president and his
been available ted as an end- has it on good advice from a large group of "con- Environmental Protection Agency are going forfor my use 10 glaucoma, of-life therapy cerned scientists" and from his environmentalist ward with plans to further cut carbon dioxide
years ago. The in a Hospice- supporters that the Earth is warming and that output in the United States. This will raise the
reduced nau- seizures and type setting. the burning of carbon fuels like coal, oil and nat- cost of energy, reduce national productivity, and
sea, little or no The use of ural gas is the major cause of this ongoing warm- reduce our ability to compete in the internadiarrhea, less- a variety of marijuana in a ing. He said during a recent commencement tional marketplace while blowing away hunening of neuro- jj medical situa- address that those who doubt this are akin to dreds of thousands of existing and future jobs.
pathic pain, cancers as wett tion as part of people who believe the moon is The president says he will create
improved ap- as many ohr a treatment made of cheese. He believes the sci- new jobs in renewable energy like
petite and a ohr plan will be ence is "settled" -there can be no solar, wind and biofuels. Spain did
greater feeling ailments, presented as a room for doubt -and that this that and lost two jobs for every new
of wellness constitutional global warming is behind every de- one while crippling their economy.
would have far top oi t amendment to structive weather event. Germans tried solar failed and are
outweighed the prhbtthe voters here Putting aside the fact that 98 per- returning to low cost carbon. Alcofear of a sub- a licensed in Florida in cent of his "concerned scientists" hol and biodiesel are costly failures
stance that the the November have degrees in everything but cli- here. We'd have to cover an amount
federal and physician election. A mate science, and putting aside the of land larger than Texas with solar
state govern- greater than 60 undisputed fact that there has been panels and windmills (a fact
ments have fiom malkingc percent posi- no warming for at least the past 10 Dr. William Dixon check it out!) just to replace the
tried to control, it available to tive vote by the years, let us suppose the president OH Relectric power we currently use,
with little or no electorate is is right. Let us suppose that this OHRnever mind predicted future needs.
success, for apadient is almost assured warming "pause" is just temporary VOICES Quite evidently the president's
years. Medical rand Amend- and that warming will again resume. plan to combat climate change is
use of cannabis Unconscionable. ment 2 will be- As a nation, what should we do? absurd! It is the triumph of his
or marijuana is come part of Before the levels of carbon dioxide in our at- ideology over accepted science. All measures
legal in Austria, Canada, Is- our state's constitution. As we mo1sphere began to rise, we know the Earth was to combat climate change are equally absurd.
C4 SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 2014 COMMENTARY Cimus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE
like human beings." Th hae"u mr and outsized influence on civil folklore -was a sunshine moFREE OM Tis enseof hpelssnes le ly rights. Its power in Washington ment.
her to support bringing out- of Love" is customarily hobbled Washington's ability to The Mississippi project was
Continued from Page C1 siders to the state, surely to bear applied to the Haight- exercise power in Mississippi. inspired in part by two white witness, perhaps to spur change. Then came the formation of men, Allard Lowenstein, who
As for the three who were ab- "We thought that college stu- Ashbury section of the Mississippi Freedom Demo- later led the "Dump Johnson"
ducted and then murdered, they dents from outside would bring San Francisco in 197 cratic Party The group mounted movement and served in Conare rightly remembered as mar- along their parents, and their 96, a challenge to the state's all- gress, and Robert Spike, executyrs to a sacred cause, and they parents would bring along con- though it somehow white delegation at the Demo- tive director of the National are often remembered, sur- gressmen, and congressmen seems more aporte cratic National Convention that Council of Churches' Commisnames only, as if their names would bring along the federal aprpae summer in Atlantic City, New sion on Religion and Race, both
were the tolling of a bell: government," she said. to the more enduring Jersey. That, too, was a Bob credited by Moses for mobilizing
Chaney, Goodman, Schwerner Not all the outsiders were aciiisMoses movement. student and church forces.
The ummr pojet wa bon wite Soe wee lke harie)f Freo"All the social, political, cul- Later, interracial strife would
out of despair, even desperation. Cobb, born in Washington and Summer. tural and economic factors in bloom inside SNCC and new
Mississippi was an isolated reared in Springfield, Mass., but Mississippi were for decades voices of black separatism such
backwater of the Deep South, a with farm roots in Mississippi. ied but determined to change controlled only by Mississippi," as Stokely Carmichael would world unto its own, determined He was field secretary for the both Mississippi and the nation, Moses said. "The rest of the emerge. Within two years, to remain that way, to retain its Student Nonviolent Coordinat- he was at once combative and country had nothing to say about Carmichael, later known as ancient outlook, folkways and ing Committee at the time. This comforting, particularly after it. And that meant institutional- Kwame Ture, would replace viewpoints, and to resist even is his testimony, rendered on the the three abductees were found izing black inferiority and white John Lewis, a storied civil rights the most tentative movements phone this spring: buried six weeks after their dis- supremacy in the state and activist and now a Democratic
toward racial integration. "Freedom Summer focused appearance. Today, at age 79, he across the South -until then." congressman, at the top of the Listen to the testimony of for the first time the attention of believes the effects of Freedom The phrase "Summer of Love" organization. Carmichael died Donie Ann Ladner, born in Hat- the nation on Mississippi. The Summer were profound: is customarily applied to the in 1998. tiesburg, drawn into the civil idea was to bring the nation's "It's pretty clear now that it Haight-Ashbury section of San But that summer -tumulrights movement by the murder children -mostly white, mostly was absolutely critical, part of Francisco in 1967, though it tuous, thrilling, tragic -a bunch of Emmitt Till, expelled from middle-class or upper-middle- an earthquake. The March on somehow seems more appropri- of largely white students led by Jackson State College for her ac- class children, many from polit- Washington, Birmingham, ate to the more enduring activi- a largely black organization tivism and instrumental in Free- ically connected families -to Selma and Montgomery -they ties of Freedom Summer helped change Mississippi, and dom Summer: Mississippi and, as a result, the were mobilizing efforts around But these were not summer the country beyond. Freedom
"This was a very important nation did look at Mississippi. specific targets. The Mississippi soldiers and sunshine patriots -Summer was a summertime mopart of our history because That experience not only theater was the only place where the phrase comes from Thomas ment for us all. blacks were being killed, segre- changed the students. It also the whole state was the target." Paine and an earlier American gation was at its highest peak, changed the nation." And it had vast political im- struggle for liberty -and their
we could not get public utilities, The mastermind of the effort pact, eroding Dixiecrat control efforts did not end in 1964. Still, David M Shribman is executive we could not try on clothes in was Robert Parris Moses, almost of Democratic Party, itself but- the Summer of '64 -in many editor of the Post-Gazette stores, our education was very always known as Bob, then as tressed by a one-party system in ways more important than the (dshribman~2post-gazette.com, poor," she said in a conversation now a figure of great probity and Mississippi that gave the region Summer of '42, a time (and a 412 263-1890). Follow him on this spring. "We were not treated perspective. Beaten and blood- outsized power on Capitol Hill movie) celebrated in American Twitter at ShribmanPG.
'J w AN W A NE A E W M L 9 0i J E C1iE; tW i 7 '& '1 R o llin g T h u n d e r's
X w~hoiloniecm U Eighth Annual
Ift'S HUmffCane 1246 9nd10::11121314!
Season... Gol Tou iniswnmea
15 161718 19 20 21:
ARE YOU 212 23 2412526 27 28, Saturday, June 28, 2014
P1;t]E~kJZE 7 2C3 Shotgun Start at 8:30 AM
PREPARE ? 2930trus Springs Golf & Country Club
$60 Entry Fee
Hole-In-One sponsored by: QJHRNCE
Harley Davidson of Crystal River
THE ~~~ ~ o CIYO A SA IE ~additional information and to download registration form, see
HE CTY O CRY T7AL IVERourwebsite at: www.rollingthunderfl7.com or call John Jolicoeur PrOSOtS OR(727) 415-7728 or Citrus Springs Golf & Country Club at preselts ai(352) 489-5045 or contact any member of Rolling Thunder Chapter 7
7 4 -4 01Ir (:Tb ere's always something
FIREWI~S\ to do in Citrus County!
June 2 3-27 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
AT9OOP4 Science Discover Summer Camp
Kin s ay ark k\ Crystal River State Parks
D DKeteOld-Fashioned Food \ June28
KeteKrLemonade, Italian Ice, Ribbon Fries,
~ Krn, Funnel Cake, Hot Dogs & More p Rolling Thunder's Inc. Florida Chapter 7
11 8th Annual Independence Day
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT Golf Tournament
Sophie Noel Patriotic Music 5:00pmn Citrus Springs Golf & Country Club ~ ~Rebel Soul Country/Rock 5:30-9:30pm PEntrance Fee: $6Opp
Games 6:OO-8:O0pm Contact: 727-415-7728 or 352-489-5045
_-Beer~ Contests 8:OO-9:O0pm jue2
and June28 "
CORN HOLE WOTSTpoietPI&HO DG Senior Foundation Lowry Park ZooTampa j
POKER RUN I CORNr HOLE CONTEST CONTESTed Fee: $48 8:30 AM bus leaves
BLUE CRAB RACES PIE EATING CONTEST r' Rotoract jPnoe yjs uck Citrus County Resource Center
RED, WHITE & BLUE BEER BELLY CONTESTCotcPhn:325799 BIKINI CONTEST LAST CARD TUG-A-WARCotcPhn:325799
DECORATED GOLF CART CONTESTp
9:15 PM FIREWORKS SHOW! -ALL EVENTS ARE SUBJECT TO Exii July d 2 pnn Rec0-730p io
(BASED ON WEATHER) CACELLATION DUE TO WEATHERPExitGrnOpigRepio
email@example.com for more info 111111111 'a0Changing People, Changing Springs: Chassahowitzka Discovered!
Old Courthouse Heritage Muse'um
$10 Donation is Suggested
RSVP Contact 341-6427
July 3 6:00 PM
AVN OR T E MO EY ~City of Inverness Patriotic Evening
FOR_______ THE______M O N EY_________A_ Liberty and Wallace Brooks Parks
2nd~ ~~~h Anua UofcAl-orho~l
B USINESS COUNTY CHRONICLE
Some of Citrus County's brightest rising stars
were on display, Friday, June 13, at the
Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon.
The theme was "40 Under 40" to celebrate county leaders, movers and shakers younger than 40. Individuals were recognized in four categories. To see the rest of the "40 Under 40," see Page D4.
Recognized in the business achievement category from left, are: Jonathan Noyes, executive meeting manager, Plantation on Crystal River; Melissa Olbek, agent/manager, Sheldon-Palmes Insurance; Quade Feeser, Real Estate broker-associate, Century 21, J.W. Morton Real Estate Inc.; Melissa Hogan, spa lead manager, Abitare Paris Salon and Day Spa; Leon McClellan, manager, M&B Dairy; Kelley Paul, regional manager, Wollinka Wikle Title Insurance Agency; Trista Stokes, advertising sales manager, Citrus County Chronicle; Michelle Largo, owner, M Hair Studio, Crystal River; Nicholle Fernandez, event coordinator, Citrus Hills Golf & Country Club; Dawn Fields, store manager, Bealls Department Store, Inverness; and Justin Lamb, director of operations, Crystal Motor Car Company. Not pictured is Brandon Buckingham, owner, Advanced Septic and Sodium Fishing Gear.
D2 Promotional information provided by the Citrus County Builders Associaion
JUNE 22, 2014Bule neio
FHBA code expert Jack Glenn leaves a legacy of excellence
The Florida construction industry is After serving for 26 years as friends," said FHBA President lution of the Florida Building Code,"
mourning the June 9, 2014, passing of the city of Melbourne's building Ron Lieberman. 'Jack was to- said Richard Browdy, a Jacksonville
Florida Home Builders Association official and fire marshal, Glenn tally dedicated to his job and vir- builder and Chairman of the Florida
(FHBA) Technical Services Director joined FHBA on April 20, 199&.ii tually every builder I know has Building Commission. "For over 22
Jack Glenn, who died at his home in In addition to monitoring the called on Jack one time or an- years he enthusiastically participated in
Melbourne. building code and serving as a other with a code issue, and he the code development process. He was
Glenn, 68, was a highly respected ex- resource for builders and build- 4$ always responded quickly and an outstanding instructor in code edupert on the Florida Building Code and a ing officials, Glenn was an excel- professionally Jack's legacy of cation and a strong advocate for our
strong voice to make the code more ef- lent instructor and taught Jack Glenn excellence has been and will re- consensus-building process. Jack was a fective, efficient, and affordable in numerous classes on the code died June main a huge source of pride to colleague and a friend. His contribuorder to save costs for builders, their around the state. FHBA." tions to our efforts and his overwhelmcustomers, and clients. "Our industry has lost one of its best 'Jack was an integral part of the evo- ing presence will be sorely missed."
2 1 H'de CCB3A events
fjsg ui,~ lv ii Dates have been chosen
rw0-WAW for some of our favorite
events, but details are still in the planning stages. Save the dates and check back soon for more information!
*June 26 CCBA General Membership Luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to
1 p.m. with guest
speaker: Department of Business & Professional Regulations.
*July 24-26 Florida Home Builders Association Southeastern Building Conference.
*Fall 2014 -Community Showcase (location and date to be announced).
*Feb. 21, 2015 -CCBA Jim Blackshear Memorial Golf Outing to benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of Citrus County.
*April 18 and 19, 2015 CCBA 20th annual Family Fishing Tournament at Homosassa
ABOVE: Chili Cookoff winners by......... people's choice vote: first place, Wayne Bardsley of Quality Crafted Builders (center); second place, Jenni Workman of Suncoast Plumbing & Electric (right); and third place, Melissa Olbek of N Sheldon-Palmes Insurance (left).
CCBA Chili Cook Offand Redneck Olympics
SCBA members and visitors gath- place, Wayne Bardsley of QualityA
ere Thrdy April 17, for a lit- Crafted Builders; second place, Jenni
tl bt f hiiand a whole lot of Workman of Suncoast Plumbing &E EecfuV a tdRhe C Chili Cook Off tric; and third place, Melissa Olbek of
an RdnckOlympic Games. Sheldon-Palmes Insurance.
~y Attendees enjoyed sampling Jesse Paul, pictured at right, took
several different kinds of chili, as well home the Duct Tape artwork title. Also Shea Kasianowicz, OPS
1I ~SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 2014
E3Promotional information provided C R S''" N Y
1 ) yteCitrus Chamber of Commerce. Chamuber of Commerce
28 N.W U.S. 19, Crystal River, FL 34428 352-795-3149 .106 W Main St., Inverness, FL 34450 352-726-2801
Chamber M ember Life Choice Pregnancy Center
events 726 U.S. 19, Crystal River
For mre iformtionon 0352-341-5176 -lifechoicepartners.org
events, visit CitrusCounty E D-726
Imobilel or call 352-7953149. Hg ln lc
June 23 Ribbon-cutting H *ga l c
for Crystal River Water
sports, 8:30 a m. 2380 U.S.
19, Crystal River.
June 26 Mixer hosted by
Salon Suites by Underwood,
5 to 7 p.m., 306S. Line
Co m mun~fl11ityT Chamber Ambassadors Nicholle Fernandez,
Citrus Hills; Betty Murphy, Citrus Archives & Computers, eventsBill Hudson, Land Title of Citrus County; Dennis Pfeiffer, June 28 -The HmssaOrkin Pest Control; Jim Ferrara, Insight Credit Union;
Homsassaand Lisa Nash, FDS Disposal, welcome representatives River Fireworks Fest is a fun- from Life Choice Pregnancy Center.
filled day, with events start- 10
ing at 8 a.m. at the Shed Citrus Youth Educational
and MacRae's; 11 a.m. free
boat shuttle begins at River- Symphonic Orchestra, Inc.
side Resort, 12 p.m. Corn- Harold eknrpsdnt-D.WlrWy,
hole Contest at SeagrassSekneredetD.WlrWy, Resort. Fireworks show on director of donor support .352-697-1645 -cyeso.org
the Homosassa River at
9:15 p.m. More information
at homosassafireworksfestival@gmailI.com. 700 Medical Court East, Inverness /352-341-1835/ enlivant corn kJune 28 Citrus County
Speedway presents "Joeyin
Coulter Florida Pro-Truck 7
Series 50" Street Stock. "We are inpired by watching
Mod Mini Stock, Mini Stock,
Hornet Pro, Hornet Rookie.o rse i s th i eL
July 3 Patriotic Evening,
6 to 10 p.m., at Liberty and
Wallace Brooks Parks, 310 t Highland Place, we help our residents thrive and aid
N. Apopka Ave., Inverness. t hem in their daily routines. We develop individual care
City of Inverness kicks ofplntomethnedofecrsinadafu-ie the celebration of I ndepend-LI antomethnedofecrsinadafulie
ence Day beginning at 6 reitee nurse is available 24 hours a day to provide
p.m with a park full of non- Alinical oversight and coordination of care. Enlivant has
profit vendors, a beer and owned Highland Place since 2007. We are centrally located to the
wine garden, along with hospital and other supporting medical facilities in Inverness.
games and children's activi-Oucomntwecmsptanofesaivistohlrsdns ties. A patriotic ceremonyOucomntwecmsptanofesatvistohlrsdns with honor guard, town dig- thrive in mind and body, such as bingo, tai chi, crafts, sewing, board Chamber Ambassadors Sarah Fitts, First
nitaries and more at 7 p.m. games, church services and resident choir, movie night, and bowling. International Title; Lisa Nash, FDS Disposal; Jim Ferrara,
At 7:30 p.m., Velvet Jones We provide transportation for shopping, errands, and invigorating Insight Credit Union; Lisa Sickels, Saint Leo University;
take th mai stge er- rip toloca paks.Mike Buchanan, Excel Printing; Nancy Wheeler, formin the msic wtae alltrp o oa prs Storeffight Self Storage; Jeanne Green, West Central
kowmnd loe, conicludingl We have both assisted living and memory care, which is a secured Solutions; Bill Hudson, Land Title of Citrus County
with a huge fireworks dis- environment and promotes quality of life for our residents. We also and Chamber CEO/President Josh Wooten welcome
play! For more information, have a registered nurse with over 20 years' experience who oversees orchestra members Rebecca Limehouse, vice
call 352-726-2611. our care staff and advocates for our residents. Our community only president, director of music; Emma Gill, student;
Harold Seckinger, president; Walter Wynn, director of July 4 Independence Day has 44 rooms, so we are a small, quaint community, allowing our donor support; Robert Gill, secretary and treasurer;
Fireworks Display in Crystal residents a home-like environment. and Jennie Gill, orchestra director.
River at 9 p.m. The fireworks display may be
viewed along U.S. 19 near -Charlie's Restaurant head- M ulliiet H l
south on the west side Hoe40 Under 40' recognized
of U.S. 19 and from King's
Ba ar 28 ..Third p lays host to at June Chamber Luncheon
view the display from King's
Bay and the Crystal River C h m e m i r
waterways. Boaters are re- h m e i e
stricted to an area of 1000
feet from the fireworks
D4 SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 2014 BusINEss Cimnus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE
W ays and..........
NEW YORK -A powerful U.S. House of Representatives committee was ordered on Friday to appear before a judge next month to explain why it should not be required to turn >
over documents in an insider-trading probe.
U.S. District Judge Paul Gardephe in Manhattan set a July 1 hearing for the Ways and Means Committee to appear He also required a senior committee staffer, Brian Sutter, to appear He said the committee must show why it should not be ordered to produce documents demanded by the Securities and Exchange Commission in May
In court papers, the Recognized in the government and law categories from left, are: Megan Fitzpatrick, president, Fitzpatrick & Fitzpatrick, P.A.; Brad Smith, lieuSEC said its probe re- tenant, Major Crimes Section, CCSO; Sonya Warden, manager of student affairs, College of Central Florida Citrus Campus; Adam Thomas, dilates to whether secrets rector, Citrus County Visitors & Convention Bureau; Kerry Parsons, county attorney, Citrus County Attorney's Office; Tobey Phillips, public were passed to certain information officer, BOCC; Leslie Bollin, special events coordinator, City of Crystal River; Laura Aguilera, assistant principal, Citrus High School; members of the public Eric Williams, assistant city manager, City of Inverness; Heather Cogar, deputy sheriff, CCSO; Joe Meek, county commissioner, BOCC; and Tanya
surrounding an April Williams, associate attorney, Haag, Haag and Friedrich, P.A. Not pictured, are: Adam Czaya, associate attorney, Law Office of Keith Taylor,
2013 announcement by P.A.; Jessica Czaya, associate attorney, law office of Keith Taylor, P.A.
the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services about a Medicare program.
Sutter, the committee's staff director disclosed on May 9 to House Speaker John Boehner a Republican, that he had received a subpoena from the SEC I t
for documents and testimony along with a grand jury subpoena from federal prosecutors in Manhattan, according to the congressional record of that day The SEC said in its court papers that the committee and Sutter had refused to comply with the subpoenas. It said they had asserted numerous objections, arguing, among other things, that the subpoenas are 'repugnant to public policy;' that they are vague and overbroad" and that the speech or debate clause of the Constitution entitled them to avoid producing the documents or testimony Messages left with lawyers for the House committee and for Sutter were not immediately returned Friday The SEC noted that a public rate announcement about the Medicare Advantage Recognized in the health category from left, are: Shannon Bryant, assistant administrator/business manager, Lecanto Surgery Center; Danielle
program that was far Rosenthal, receptionist, Sunflower Springs Assisted Living; Katie Mehl, public relations manager, Citrus Memorial Health Systems; Amy Kingery,
more favorable to cer- public relations coordinator, Seven Rivers Regional Medical Center; and Austin Brown, chief operating officer, Seven Rivers Regional Medical
tamn health care insur- Center. Not pictured, are: Jaysen Roa, executive director, HPH Hospice, Citrus County; and Jeremy Ledger, owner, Ledger Dentistry. ers than anticipated was made 20 minutes after the market closed n_ FCCytlPvrWm'slu
on April 1, 2013. But it GOT A NEWS TIP? k Presents
said, an analyst at (V _1a-
CiTRus CouNTY (FL) CHRONICLE BuSINESS SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 2014 D5
Dow inching Knowing location of important
toward 17,000, documents is key to preparation
FAR BRUCE: I want to be player We file a joint tax return, so health. You have to wonder why S & P n ears 2 prepared for the responsi- I imagine that at a minimum I someone is so foolish to allow an
000 D ability of settling my parents' would be responsible for paying the addiction to make these kinds of
Associated Prcss shire's stock was trading estate. My father is still in good new tax associated with not having demands on his life.
at about $37. health at the impressive age of 89. health insurance if he was unable DFAR BRUCE: My wife and I are
NEWYORK-TheU.S. Comcast's $45 billion My sister passed away last year My to. But what if he gets sick? To what both retired, and our pensions are
stock market is back to deal to buy Time Warner father has a will and he's already extent am I liable for his health pretty much set. We each have setting records. Cable, and AT&T's bid for told me where he keeps his impor- care costs? I can absorb costs to a $45,000 term policies, which are
After treading water for DirecTV are among other tant documents. Do you have any certain level, but at some point, it getting more expensive as we get most of March and April, big deals this year, and on- suggestions on how I would untenable. older We kept these policies so the
stocks are nudging deeper line travel company Price- can educate myself and I currently contribute survivor can pay down the mortinto record territory and line said recently it was prepare? C.W. to a health care savings gage on our house, but now we owe
are closing in on milestones buying the online restau- DFAR CM: Sounds to accountthatcoversboth approximately $49,000 on the house
with lots of zeros attached rant reservation company me like you have things of us. Other than a slight and have more than enough in reto them. The Dow Jones OpenTable for $2.6 billion. very much in hand. You smoker's cough, he is a tirement investments to pay it off. I
industrial average is within have a will, which I as- healthy man in his mid- don't know whether to keep the
53 points of 17,000 while MORE CENTRAL sume expresses your fa- 50s. What are our op- policies in force or to cash them in.
the Standard & Poor's 500 ther's wishes. That would tions here? M.M. LarTy
is just shy of 2,000 after BANK STIMULUS be valid for probate when DEARALAU You made DEAR LARRY- You say the inrising 6 percent this year Central banks around your dad passes away Bruce Williams the point that your hus- surance is getting more expensive A harsh winter in the the world are stepping in And your father told SMART band refuses to quit as you get older, and that's true, but
U.S. that hobbled growth to bolster struggling national you where he keeps his smoking and apparently on the other side of that, the idea of
made investors cautious. economies. The latest big important documents, MONEY doesn't care what hap- having money to pay for the house
There were also worries move came in Europe, when which is an important pens to the people he if one of you cashes in a little bit
about the conflict in The European Central Bank consideration. So many people leaves behind. What else can be said? early is a wise idea. Ukraine and slowing growth cut interest rates and said pass away with a secret stash and As far as him being covered You haven't told me how much in China, the world's sec- it was ready to pump more then you don't know where to find under any new plan your employer the payments are, but I suspect ond-biggest economy money into the region's fi- all these documents! adopts, there is nothing we can do they look large, particularly due to
But now the economy nancial system two weeks DEAR BRUCE: My husband re- about that. The nature of it would the lower premium you were payappears to be on track ago. The bank wants to head fuses to quit smoking. He is presently be that there will be a separate ing some years ago. It may well be again, and investors are off falling prices in the 18 on my employer's group insurance high rate for smokers. And you that you want to extend the policy rediscovering their ap- countries that use the euro policy Only the employee has to at- might not have the option of simply to an older payoff age even though petite for stocks. and encourage lending. test to their smoking status. I am a dropping him from the policy if the that will increase the payments.
While 17,000 would be Whenpeople expect lower nonsmoker, so it is not an issue. cost increases dramatically, which On balance, unless it's a very sethe first 1,000-point marker prices, or deflation, they I have heard that eventually is another problem. vere burden, I would keep the life
crested this year, the Dow tend to put off purchases spouses will be required to prove A spouse's liability for health insurance in place. had two in 2013. It closed and investment choking off their smoking status. I believe that care costs for an uninsured spouse above 15,000 for the first growth. That is a disaster the insurance rates will be quite depends upon the state you are in time on May 7, then above scenario the ECB wants to high for smokers under this plan. and a number of specific statutes. Send questions to bruce@ 16,000 on Nov 21, during a make sure does not happen. What exactly is a spouse's liability He may be penalized if he doesn't brucewilliams.com. Questions of year when the blue-chip ECB President Mario for health care costs for a spouse have health insurance that is general interest will be answered
index rocketed 27 percent Draghi also pledged to do who does not have insurance? available. in future columns. Owing to the
That double milestone more if it was needed, He is currently not eligible for As your husband gets older, volume ormail, personal replies
was a long time coming, raising the possibility that group coverage under another em- smoking will take a toll on his cannot be provided. though. The Dow had fin- the bank will pursue a big
ished above 14,000 six years Federal Reserve-style
earlier, in July 2007, just bond-buying program in sent from the lobbyist to communicated with at did not recall speaking
before the Great Recession. the future. In the U.S., the W AYS Height and the circum- least two people at the to the lobbying firm
In 2014, here are some Fed's bond-buying pro- stances of the transmittal Centers for Medicare and about the rate announceof the factors driving stocks gram has pushed up both Continued from Pap D4 and whether any conduct Medicaid Services in the ment, but a House attortoward new milestones: bond and stock prices. constituted insider trad- week before the rate an- ney sent the FBI and the
As investors anticipated Kentucky-based health ing, the SEC said. nouncement HHS investigator a letter
THE ECONOMY the ECB's move, a chain care company Humana A message seeking com- The SEC said an FBI saying some of the inforreaction was unleashed in Inc., increased dramati- ment from Height, which agent and an investigator mation provided during Recent good news on the world's financial markets. cally within minutes. It has offices in New York from the Office of the In- the voluntary interview manufacturing and hiring "Lower rates in Europe said the Height analyst and Washington, D.C., was spector General at the was incomplete and, on has boosted confidence in are going to tend to drag distributed the flash re- not immediately returned U.S. Department of at least one key issue, inthe economy rates in the U.S. down and port about half an hour Friday Health and Human Serv- accurate.
Manufacturing is ex- that otherthings being equal, after receiving an email The SEC said informa- ices interviewed Sutter The SEC said the companding at a healthy pace, is going to make equities from a lobbyist firm and tion it had obtained indi- several weeks after the mission had obtained and the service industry more attractive," says attorney forecasting the cates Sutter spoke several rate announcement and other information that incontinues to grow, according David Lafferty, chief mar- rate improvement. times in March 2013 to a discussed with him his dicated Sutter may have to surveys released by the ket strategist at Natixis An SEC probe began colleague at the lobbyist communications with the been a source of the lobInstitute for Supply Man- Global Asset Manage- April 9,2013, to determine firm that sent the email to lobbying firm. bying firm's non-public agement earlier this month. ment, an asset manager the source of information the Height analyst and The agency said Sutter information. U.S. employers added Investors bought Euro217,000 jobs to their pay- pean bonds, pushing down
rolls in May, the fourth yields. That made U.S. Now"
consecutive month of Treasury note yields seem
solid job gains. The num- more attractive by comber ofAmericans filing for prison, luring buyers to v%,bmwit ffmwtm urffil June 30
unemployment benefits the U.S. The yield on the 10has also dropped close to year Treasury note dropped
the levels seen before the from 3 percent at the start
recession began in De- of the year, to as low as
member 2007. 2.44 percent May 28 as U.S.
More jobs should put government debt rallied.
more money into con- Lower long-term intersumers' pockets. That est rates in the U.S. should
leads to greater demand support the economic reand greater investment by cover by keeping mortcompanies, creating a vir- gage rates low and
tuous circle, says Brad encouraging home-buying.
Sorensen, director of mar- These lower interest
ket and sector research rates have had a side effect
for Charles Schwab. of pushing up stock prices,
"It's in the early stages, both in the U.S. and elsebut we're starting to fi- where. When bond yields -.90
nally see a snowball effect are so low across the
where everything builds world, stocks look cheaper --on itself," Sorensen says. by comparison. This in
Corporate profits are turn forces investors into
also rising, Earnings reports the stock market instead IL
D6 SUNDAY,JUNE 22, 2014 CLASSIFIE11F_1DS Cim us CouNTY (W) CHoRcLE
I To place an ad, call 563-5966
COUCH W/2 RECLIN- LOST PUG
ERS Nice cushy, center Lost BeagePuppy Fawn colored, female ARNP/PA
folds down. 7 ft. 5 months ld, 6 yrs old. Missing since
BEAUTIFUL VG condition. E. Alegi Bld ng
CHILDREN'S PLAY- $75 613-5818 Taurus C rus Hills Fathers day. Citrus PROJECT
REWA Spng area. Reward Full time, for Dr's MANAGER
HOUSE 7x10 corn MEXCAN PETUNIAS Metal (352) 726.5612 (352) 777-5841 Office & Nursing
p e e y f n s e n iM E I A P E U I SM t lH o m e P ra c tic e Th e C ity o f C ry sta l
peey shed nsde& Pnk &Purple Recycling Best Prices LOST CAT Fax Resume to: River is seeking
out inc elect, ceiling fan in 4 inch pots for your cars or trucks Small spayed female. 352-795-7898 applications for the
& carpet. All PT wood 10 for $10 Off Croft also biggest U-Pull-It Brown, tan, orange position of Project
w/1 6ft shingle roof & 613-5818 with thousands of vehiTI OUTr 3x8 porch w/white picket tortoise shell. Citrus Ferret Found Manager The posirailing. Concrete block PART TIME BUSINESS cles offering lowest price Springs N Caressa Hilltop Area, Inverness tion is to provide
foundation. Buyer will Nets $47k from Home. for parts 352-637-2100 Way. Woods south of (352) 533-2298 C.N.A's technical support
have to move. $4,000 Unique Publication Rutland, west of Now Hirin on projects, within
GENERAL T t I Ca OBO No exp necessary w Deltona, East Found Black &9Whte
Tell that special Can e-mail pictures. Call train. Clients are well Elkcam. Her name is Tuxedo Cat, 3p-np & i -7a. he Dep o Pub
MERCHANDISE person or text to 352-302-1084 established in Florida. Lola and she is very Pine Ridge Ask about Works. This includes
SPECIALSII H Retiring $24,900. timid. If seen, please call Very Friendly Baylor Program working on all
"~ rha 35)7673 phases of major and
classified (828) 667-5371 2 KITTENS Donna (352)6136499. (352) 746-7033 a minor projects to a
*** ** ad under Happy Queen Size Bed 1 male, 1 female Lost Cat Found Black Lab Arbor Trail Rehab successful concluNotes. black, 3 weeks old Tan CWt Male, Hampshire 611 Turner Camp Rd, sion and assisting
Only $28.50 Complete (352) 220-0237 Tan & White, & Bedstrow Inverness Public Works on
Frame, Headboard Bi leeeCitrus Sprig InEOA day-to-day activities
lines includes a photo Boxsprinci & Mattress FREE CAT Homosassa Area Ciu S 3An EE/AA
10 days BOOKSCD'S, DVD'S 50. reE CAT (352) 628-2970 ( 2 Employer M/F/V/D as requested. Reup to 2 items Call our Classified Have Many! Pick any 10 (352) 249-1250 Urgent! Home needed Found Male Dog sponsibilities include
Dept for details for $10. Mix & Match! NOW for a loving 1 yr LOST CELLPHONE Brown approx. 30 lbs. providing daily in******* 352-563-5966 Inverness Off Croft RD StumpGrndng cheap old abby Neutered, Droid Razor in gray No collar, Deltona section coverage
I I II 613-5818 avg cost $25-18"stump HELP! 352-464-1567 Otter-box. Lost Crystal & Citrus Springs CNA's/HHA's for all active proj1 $200.. volume disc. over 5 River/Homosassa Area 352-445-5167 ects; knowledge of
$1 1.50 RINall Rich 352-586-7178 REWARD 447-3597 Experienced, Caring construction meth$ 0 LOST GOLF UTILITY at Cumberland, leave & Dependable ods and a successCART White, Last seen descriptive message. Hourly & Live-in, ful execution; review $16.50 on June 8 in the Forest (352) 897-4252 flexible schedule, of construction
$401-$800.. U-PICK Lake Area, Hernando LOVING CARE prints and specifica$21.0 #1 Employment source is BUYING JUNK CARS BLUEBERRIES (352) 344-4047 H (352) 860-0885 tions and determine
Running or Not Misty Meadows Lost Lemon Beagleaif contractors meet
$801$1500.. CASH PAID-$300 & UP Blueberry Farm all project require$26.50 (352) 771-6191 Open Thursday 19 ibs wearing red ments; develop
FREE REMOVAL through Sunday collar w/ white bones FIT MEDICAL s oet form
352-563-5966i Applances, AC Units 7:00 am to 7:00 pm 1579 E. Ridgeline Path ASSISTANT construction, includ*nicweoninecorm Pool Heaters, Lawn $300 pe pound Inverness ing writing plans
Tractors 352-270-4087 (352) 726-7907 Call (727) 641-0995 Motivated, detail and specifications;
oriented team develop project
player needed for a budgets; work with busy medical office, governmental Medical office agencies to meet
experience is project permit
req., knowledge of requirements and
scripts is helpful. engineering firms Competitive wages and contractors to Il I I I & Benefits. resolve technical or
Tell that special Email resume to: management issues
person lecantojobapps@ related to project.
peron yahoo.com Must have an
CHOOSE CAR SEAT: wit a classified understanding of
ad under Happy environmental reguBYAGE & SIZE Notes. FRONT DESK lations. Direct PubOnly $28.50 lic Works in absence
Suof the Director. includes a photo F/T position for a Able to write daily,
Call our Classified busy dental office, weekly and monthly Dept for details Dental Experience reports as requested
352-563-5966 & experience with with clarity.. EducaEaglesoft a must. tion: preferred comI I I I I I I Fax or email resume: bination of four-year 352-795-1637 degree in civil engilynn rsw neering or construcansondental.com tion management
and two years of
FRONT DESK Employment reSPECIALIST quires a minimum of
a two year degree
from an accredited
Part time for Busy college or university Office. Only those in a related field or w/front desk, health
care exp. considered, seven years of expeTell that special Computer & Insurance rience in public
H Person exp. preferred. ntuiowhc
"Happy Birthday EMAIL RESUME TO: includes a minimum
"with a classi- billingdept@nbcc- of three years of
THE ONES fied ad under dro.com experience in conHappy Notes. struction inspection.
Only $28.50 CAD operator skills
incl udes a to develop or modphoto Nurse ify plans also prePractitioner & PA ferred. Salary Range Call our $40,487 $57,356
Classified Dept Needed for busy
for details family practice SmitResume t
352-563-5966 Medical Office in Louis Kneip, Public
__________________ Citrus County Works Director,
Please Fax Resume City of Crystal River, D to: 352-746-3838 123 NW Hwy 19,
Crystal River, FL
THE NUMBER Ambulatory Surgery -One Medical
OF PEOPLE Exp. OR Nurse rnOne MA/LPN
and Surgical certified in phlebotTechologist omy. Must have
W H O for multispecialty medical office exp.
in a fast paced Email Resume to:
f l kNo call, weekends, @yahoo com
or evenings. ________THEY HAVE Exp. Surgery WE ARE EXPANDING
Scheduler OUR SERVICES!
THEIR CHILD Must have insurance background, OT/ST
INTHE RIGHT I $ ~~~be able to read Poionavl. ECTIAN
INTH IG Tand understand Pstosaal EETIIN
SEAT. insurance contracts, EXC Benefis RESIDENTIAL
and have the ability Ask about our NEW
to develop positive COTA positons CONSTRUCTION
relationships with Emai Resume to Exp. preferred.
multiple physician atadmin@ Rough, Trm. Slab,
offices. Motivation southernltc com 0r Lntel Service
and agreat Fax to 352-637-1921 Employer paid
atiueaeapu. 61In Person @ benefis paid holl
atttud ae apls. 11Turner Camp Rd. day& vac./EOE Citrus Surgery Cntr Inverness, FL. APPLY AT
110 N Lecanto Hwy An EEO/AA Exceptional Electric
Lecanto, FL. Employer M/F/V/D 4042 CR 1 24A
Please Fax Resumes __________ Wildwood
________________________________________________________Accou ntant! -'1" 1
CitusMeoral Office Manager
IF YOUR CHILD IS IN THE RIGHT CAR SEAT. elhSsm
Inverness Florida For full charge
Needs One office manageFull-time Family ment. Must have
and General the ability to multitask efficiently and !" ]
VIITS FE CA .OVTH RGHSE TPractioner meet deadlines.
VISIT __SAFE __RAR. __OV/TH__ERI __HTSEAT Physician Requirements ..,,it .
Duties: Prescribe or include a B.S. in ,Ttt.sf
administer treat- Accounting, [
ment, therapy, Finance, or related i1lt~ fI r.8l
medication, vacci- field and profination, and other ciency in j.~s.L4t
specialized medical QuickBooks and hZi4 4
care to treat or pre- Office 365.r4.ilr vent illness, disease, Resumes may be or injury, forwarded tolL1iI;' '
Doctor of Medicine b-scada.com. r'T 'J["'J
degree, Licensed tor/t J J
in the State of rlti"t
Florida, Completion P/T CHURCH ["'llI"-"F"""t
and maintenance SECRETARY/! mi,'r
_, ~ ~~of annual CMEOFIE [
***Child Car requirements for OFC
NHTSA Saet licensure, 2 years ex- MANAGER
= wo rolyperience in Medical , e,,Practice. Will require Must be computer [li= l
background, refer- savvy & able to Jt
ence checks, drug multitask in a fast r"Ti t4 a~t screeing/testing, paced office. ] -sL4 i1J
Send resume to: r '!/
Send Written Blind Box 1620 M l l#
Abblication/Resume CC Chronicle, 1624 to HR Dept. CMHS N. Meadowcrest
502 W. Highland Blv. Blvd., Crystal River, Inverness Fl. 34452 FL. 34429
CITRUS COUNTY (1L) CHRONICLE CLASSIFIES SUNDAYJUNE 22, 2014 D7
l P S .
Antique Furniture Lrg. -MIu h KEN- Farm Equipment that
Exp. Pet Stylist CITRUS MAIDS SUMMER WORK r T Selection, good to ex- MORE MOUNTS works on a 3 pt. hitch
TRAIN FROM HOME Jum Hstart your Career cel. cond. Individually ABOVE THE STOVE Backhoe, Fertilizer
For Upscale Pet ifl Healthcarei lS Sucl cod. Individually BaIoe etieID 70
Resort In Lecanto CLEANING PERSON GREAT PAY!4 wk CNA prep BILNG Swim to Success priced. 352-586-9498 WHITE30" WE$ Spreader, Plow,
Must be flexible P/T leading to F/T Immediate FT/PT MEDICAL BILLING, $150. (352) 5037131 #1 Pool Franchise CHILDS TOY ANTIQUE 352-613-0529 Box Blade, Diskus,
nurturing, experienced Day & Eve's avail openings, customer ACCOUNTING in Florida call Pat IRON SKILLET SMITTYS APPLIANCE Gan-Mower rotary type
(352) 5134817 lic./vehicle. Exp. a sales/serv, will train, ASS'T, CUSTOMER 1813230-7177 or 4" X 2 X 2.5" REPAIR. Also Wanted Can email pictures
plus. Leave message conditions apply, all SERVICE, $30 OBO 352-270-3527 Dead or Alive Washers 352-344-5667
(352) 257-0925 ages 17+, Call ASAP! NEXEIENCGED _& Dryers. FREE PICK Ford Diesel Tractor
**352-503-4930** NEEDED. HS/GED UP! 352-564-8179
Experienced **352-_________ NEEDED TO APPLY. [ Model 2000
Sullivan and Opon TROPICAL FISH TOASTER OVEN, with Bush Hog Finish
Service Plumber Cogliano Training STORE COFFEE MAKER & Mower $6500.
Housekeeper & TECH,Part time Centers Established 4 years 1800'S TOY FLAT ELECTRIC MIXER $30 (352) 726-8336
Full-time, must have Laundry Person 1-800-451-0709 PART TIME BUSINESS TURN KEY, $29,000. IRON W/ HOT PLATE 352-613-0529
own tools. Nets$47 fro Hoe. 352)447124
Billy the Sunshine For Upscale Pet Nets $47k from Home. (352) 447-1244 3.5"x2"x2" WASHER OR DRYER
Experience Preferred Resort In Lecanto Unique Publication $40 aDO 352-270-3527 $145 ea. Reliable,
Plumber No Phone Calls Must be flexible, No exp necessary- will
16085 Commercial AppyIno Ph onn exried train. Clients are well BASEBALL CARDS Clean, Like New, Excel
Way, BrooksvialL A v In Person nurturing, experienced TRAIN FROM HOME established in Flrda Over 1100 Upper Deck Working Cond, 60 day PATIO DINING TABLE
34 95Retiring $24900.r 93 series baseball cards Guar. Free Del/Set up. CIR 3' Iron legs glass
352-596-9191 BEST WESTERN MEDICAL BILLING, (828) 667-5371 $25 631-353-1731 (352)2637398 op Pato o DR
ACCOUNTING ALL STEEL BOOKS, CD'S, DVD'S Washer, Kenmore $35 OBO 352-270-3527
ASS'T, CUSTOMER $100. Dryer, Kenmore,
SERVICE, BUILDINGS Have Many! Pick any $100. Good condition,
LAWN CARE Retail Manager NO EXPERIENCE 10 for $10. Mix & Match! Can deliver
N D /Inverness Off Croft RD
NEEDED. HS/GED for a fee.
Experienced only, Wanted for NEEDED TO APPLY. (352)613-5818 (678) 617-5560 48" Round Oak
Dependable Labels-Crystal River Program Sullivan and Cogliano Swim to Success BRASS CAT N KITTEN Clawfoot Table
& pass Drug Test Mall-resale clothing Assistant Training Centers. #1 Pool Franchise Cat 6" tall Lit 4" tall with Insert, & 6 spin352-601-1447 store for teens & Announcement 1-800-451-0709 in Florida call Pat $30 352-270-35237 die back chairs $135.
young adults. # 14-69 1-813-230-7177o COLLECTIBLE ART Lares roy C
Experience working firstname.lastname@example.org WORKS, 3 rare pieces 2 SALON FLOOR of Drawers, w/ mirror
EXP. PLUMBERS with junior brand This position is i n ThS series MATS Heavy Duty 3'x and matching
WANTED clothing a plus. responsible for assist- 130 MPH inching The5'. Black with white mar- smaller chest $125.
Apply in Person ing with and creat-25 x 30 x 9 (3:12 pitch) Can send photos by 352-586-9498
Key Training Center, ing events, tourna- Roo w/Overhang, email. All for $275 firm bled. $50 each. New
Ke Taiin Cntr, in eenstorn- nsrutin oo wOvrhng (352) 726-1076 was $125 203-509-7638 Beige, wicker,
Must have Dr. Lic. 5399 W. Gulf to Lake ments, play groups, The Perfect Business 2-9 x 7 Garage Doors, DESKCHAIR 4-drawer Chest $325
4079 S Ohio Ave Hwy. Lecanto FL camps, clinics, Opportunity. I Entry door, 2 G-vents FAT CAT Black, Swivel Armchair China/Gun Cabinet
Homosassa *EOE* movies in the park, B For Lease. 4" Concrete Slab. clay 4" tall 4" wide fully adjustable EXC Walnut Finish $75
parades as run or Homosassa River 513.995. INSTALLED $10 OBO 352-270-3527 Dunnellon (352) 344-0101
sponsored by the l Pub, Pizzeria and 30 x 30 x 9 (3:12 pitch) MATTEL SKIPPER $25. 352-465-8495 Beveled Glass Table
G Citrus County Parks Pontoon boat rent- 2-9 x 7 Garage Doors DOLLS 86 Jewel Se- FAX MACHINE white base,
Lnr Seasonal and Recreation als. Over 20+ years 1 Entry Door, 2 G-vents crets & 87 Workout. Lexmark fax, phone, w/ 4 padded chairs
Laundry Asst. Department. This *NOW* at this location. 4" Concrete Slab Never opened. $65 for r In good shape. on casters,
position will also be 203-815,995. INSTALLED both opened. $ 25. 352-476_8744e$125. obo
CITRUS COUNTY 15 to 20 hrs per wk. responsible for the Send stamped self 40x40x12 (3:12 pitch) (352) 465-2237
YMCA hours & days vary marketing and addressed enve- Roof w/Overhang,
assitingwithspon Brown Sofa, 6ft,
APPLY INLERSON assisting with spon- Cosmetoloav lope To: P0 Box 380 2-10 x 10 Roll-up Doors $100. Sofa, 6ft,
FT ACCOUNTING Mon. 6/23, Tue. 6/24 sorships for the Day & Night School Homosassa. FL 34487 1 Entry Door, 2 G-vents Wo $ o f.
FT A Nam-2pm events. This position with your contact 4" Concrete Slab Wood 2 level coffee
POSITION 11465W. Priest Ln will have strict ad- Barber info for an informa- $27,995 Installed AC Units w/returns (2) TV APEX 20" WITH table $50.
Must be 18 years Homosss L herence to County Night School tion package. A local Fl. Manufact. Trane XE 1000, $500. BUILT IN DVD PLAYER (352) 560-6108
oldorolder; *m- + We custom build- Rheem Classic $750. & REMOTE $50
mum of one year of NO PHONE CALLS and Divisional Policy M We cto 352- 5 0. 352MOT30 COUCH W12 RECLINand Procedures. Massage We are the factory 352-586-9498 352-613-0529 ERS Nice cushy, center
office experience. Must be available to Day & Night School Meets & exceeds Air Force Commander YAMAHA SPEAKERS folds down. 7 ft.
Pay Rate $11.52 hr. work weekends. 2010 Fl. wind codes. Pet Grooming Dryer SET OF 5 FOR SUR- VG condition.
DFWP/EOE. Apply Telemarketers Performs related du- Nail & Skin Care + Florida 'Stamped" New, Still in Box ROUND SOUND $70 $75 613-5818
online at: www. ties as required. Day School engineered drawings $75 OBO 352 382-7115 352-613-0529 DESK large oak finish
ymcasuncoast.org Starting pay $11.09 Starts Weekly All major credit D $60, small 3 drawer
Citrus Hills has hourly. cards accepted APPLIANCES, like new Bucer st $60n
opportunities for chnerduina METAL Structures LLC washersdryers, stoves,$60
DELIVERY part-time ALL APPLICATIONS N 866-624-910 fridges 30 day warranty Sp 382-1436 after 10am
DRIVERLCABINET telemarketers MUST BE SUBMITTED NAILS Lic # CBC1256991 trade-ins, 352-302-3030 5vCrimn Roof Mal DINING ROOM ST
SHO HELP to cultivate large ONLINE: Visit our Night School State Certified Kenmore Washer & used, 16 foot Off-white color,
prospect database. website at www. Mn-Tues-Wed 5P-9P Building Contractor Dryer, Lg. Capacity $8.00 each Beautiful!
F/T, cabinet exp. Evening and week- bocc.citrus.fl.us SKIN r meta White, Very Good 352-447-5560 $225 OBO 503-2823
needed, must be end hours with flexi- You can also visit Night School SAIS structuresllc.com Condition $300. both MOBILE HOME SIDE DINING TABLE CIR 3'
able to lift 50+lbs, ble schedules. Must one of the local Mn-Tues-Wed 5P-gP or $175 ea ENTRANCE DOOR & Iron legs glass top
valid DL, be personable, Libraries or the (352) 795-3825 after frame 32 x 74" with slid- indoor or outdoor
pre-employment enthusiastic and Human Resources Camous Locations: 7 12 noon before 8pm $35 OBO 352-270-3527
drug screening/ computer literate. Department, NEW PORT RICHEY ni ing window, $25 phone
background check, E-mail resume to: 3600 West Sovereign SPRING HILL RESTAURANT LG FRONT LOADING 352-650-3443 DISPLAY CABINETS
pd vac/holida nancv@citrushills Path, Suite 178, BROOKSVILLE 3100 Sq. Ft. WASHERAND DRYER Set of 3 matching disApply in person: .com or drop in Lecanto, F. 34461 (727) 848-8415 Fully equipped Antique Dresser, $250ea. Reliable, I play cabinets. 6"5"X
Deem Cabinets to complete an www.benes.edu wth liquor license. 4 drawer w/ wheels Clean, Great Working V 32"X 16". $200. 1) Mir3835 S. Pittsburgh application at to apply online by * Possible lease to $300. Condition paid $1500 roared display cabinet
Ave. Homosassa FL 2400 N. Terra Vista Friday, June 27, 2014 START A CAREER qualified party. Antique End Table new HP 21" PC MONITOR with 4 glass shelves.
34448 Blvd, Hernando, FL EOE/ADA. INA YEAR (372) 212-4382 w/ Lamp $100. pasolovers@hotmail. w2207H Flat Panel, $80. 6"3"X 29"X 13"
Call 352-344-0101 com or call 875-8442 $70 Call: 352-527-0868 Lighted 727-481-3010
De i &BaREtEVCE AICopeehear
SMMTTYS APPLIANCE #1 A+TECHNOLOGIES ME. B's Lawncare Kitchen looking tired? D & R TREE SERVICE A-1 Complete Repa Roofing Systems, COUNTY WIDE
REPAR. AsoWante Al Home Repais & Maintenance LLC. ReFace Lawn & Landscape Pres. Wash, Painting Alum Enclosures, re- DRY-WALL25 yrs exp. D & R TREE SERVICE
Deaor Alve Washers Tll Insalledp free estimates, lic & ins K not Replace Specialist Lic. & Ins. (Int/Ext) 25 yrs, Ref, Lic All an (352) 5353602 KITCHEN SOLUTIONS nFee Est 3523025641 # 39765 352 5135746drywa Lawn & Landscape
& Dryers. FREE PICK ic#5863 352-746-3777 B2 (352) 794-3747 F1 CRS Contr. 414-8693 needs! Ceiling & Wall Specialist. Lic. & Ins.
Roofing Systems, Helpin Hand Grass Man CALL STELLAR BLUE Repairs. Pop Corn Free Est. 352-302-5641
UP! 352-564-8179 DUN-RITE ELECTRIC Alum Enclosures, re- Cut-Clean-Mulch-Edge All Int./ Ext. Painting Removal 352-302-6838
Since '78/ Free Est. modeling, Inspections FREE ESTIMATES! Needs. Lic. & Ins. FREE
-4 lc EC 13002699 CIRS Contr 41 4.8693 Russell 352-637-1363 EST (352) 586-2996 aDOUBLE J
352- 726-2907 m All Tractor & Tree Work Lawncare N More INTERIOR/EXTERIOR TrE
Elderly Land Cleared, Hauling Comm/Res: Lawn & ODD JOBS. 30 yrs MACS MOBILE RV Stump Grinding, bulk
*Cinderella's Home** 1 time Cleanup, Drive- hedges & beds, handy- J. Hupchick c.ns REPAIR & MAINT. mulch, lic/ins 302-8852
______________ & ways (352) 302-6955 man & pressure wash (352) 726-9998 RVTC Certified Tech
OfficeCleanina & Comfort Works, Inc. OVER 20 YRS. EXP!
Home Comoanions ROCKY'S FENCING Air Conditioning and AIIAROUND TRACTOR **352-726-9570** P36103Ln
Relax We'll Take Care FREE Est., Lic. & Insured Heating Service, Res/ Landclearing, Hauling TRIMMING R WRIGHT TREE Service
of you! 352-746-7760 352-422-7279 ** Coin (352) 400 8361 Site Prep, Driveways MULCH AND MORE T Re vice
Lic# CAC1817447 ______________Lic/Ins 352-795-5755 MULC AN OETree Removal &
Lic# CAC1817447 Bdc avtn Local AND Affordable CALL STELLAR BLUE Trimming. Ins. & Lic. #
CarGverA e FENCE PRO, all types Budd Excaatina 352-453-6005 All Int./ Ext. Painting 0256879 352-341-6827
Care Giver Available painting, repairs, & Tree Work, clearing Mr. B's Lawncare Needs. Lic. & Ins. FREE
doctor's appts, er- gates, free estimates hauling, rock drives, & Maintenance LLC EST (352) 586-2996 Attention
eteran owned demo, bushhogging free estimates, lic & ins HANDYMAN C Complete Tree Serv.
rands, companion, lic/ins (352) 563-8020 -Cinderella's Home~ Lamar 352-400-1442 EsmesTU R V S I Tr e
hskping, Former EMT Brian (352) 535-3602 SERVICESTREEMVL&ONOB
ref's (843) 469-3204 OWENS QUALITY & QfeCleaning & L E SPlease make sure you STUMP GRINDING Service Trim, Shape &
FENCING, ALL TYPES. Home Comoanions KS. LAND SERVICES. THE KLEEN TEAM Lic# 3 are using a licensed 55ft. Bucket Truck Remve, Lic/Ins. Free
Free Est. Comm/Res. Relax We'll Take Care LANDCLEARING, DIRT Residential/Comm. (352) 464-3748 and insured service 352-344-2696 Lic/ins. est. 352-628-2825
352-628-4002 of you! 352-746-7760 WORK, DUMP TRUCK Lic., Bonded, Insured Lawncare N More professional. Many
CLEANING BY PENN SERVICE, AND MORE. (352) 419-6557 Comm/Res: Lawn service advertisers ATREE SURGEON
RENIal Y (352)302-2849 i hedges & beds, hand- are required by state Lic. & Ins. Lowest Stump Grinding cheap
Rei yman & pressure wash law to include their Rates Free est.
JEFF'S 352-364.17 L OVER 20 YRS. EXPI state license (352)860-1452 avg cost $25-18"stump
CLEANUP/HAULING 352-364-1773 **352-726-9570** number in all adver- volume disc. over 5
Clean outs/ Dump Runs Install, restretch, repair HOME CLEANING A-I Hauling, Cleanups, THE KLEEN TEAM tisements. If you All Tractor & Tree Work call Rich 352-586-7178
Brush Removal. Lic. Clean, Sales, Vinyl reliable & exp. lic/ins CURB APPEAL garage clean outs, Residential/Comm. don't see a license Land Cleared, Hauling
352-584-5374 Carpet, Laminent, Lic. needs based, ref's Yardscape, Curbing, trash, furniture & misc. Lic., Bonded, Insured number in the ad, you 1 time Cleanup, Drive#4857 Mitch, 201-2245 Bonded- 352-613-8137 Flocrete. River Rock Mark (352) 287-0767 (352) 419-6557 should inquire about it ways (352) 302-6955
Primary Cleaning LLC Reseals & Repairs. JEFF'S and be suspicious
Licensed & Insured Lic. (352) 364-2120 CLEANUP/HAULING that you may
(352)476-9674 D & R TREE SERVICE lean outs/Dump Runs R be contacting an unTHE KLEEN TEAM Lawn & Landscape Brush Removal licensed business.
THEB KL s ta m Lawn & Lans Li 325The Citrus County 344-2556, Richard
CURB APPEAL #1 A+TECHNOLOGIES Residential/Comm. Specialist. Lic. & Ins. c., 352-584-5374 All chases of Tile Chronicle wants to Water Pump Service
Yardscape, Curbing, A Home Repair. Lic., Bonded, Insured Free Est. 352-302-5641 Lawncare N More Handicap Showers, ensure that our ads & Repairs- all makes &
Flocrete. River Rock All TVs Installed (352) 419-6557 Comm/Res: Lawn Safety Bars, Firs. meet the require- models. Call anytime!
Reseals & Repairs. lic#5863 352-746-3777 Design & Install hedges & beds, hand- 422-2019 Lic. #2713 ments of the law.
Lic (52 34-12 ANRE JEH HmePlant*Sod*Mulch yman & pressure ...h g
Lic. (352) 364-2120 ANDREW JOEHL f leed*Trim*Clean yman & pRS EXws Beware of any service Bruce Onoday & Son
HANDYMAN. Sevcs lic/ins 352-465-3086 OVER2-26-9570** advertiserthat can not Free Estimates
ROB'S MASONRY & Gen. Maint/Repairs **3527269570** provide proof that Trim & Removal
CONCRETE Driveways Pressure Cleaning. CREATURE COMFORTS E 2Ythey are licensed to 352-637-6641 Lic/Ins
tear outs, tractor work, 0256271 352-465-9201 f&do business. Cleaning
Lic. #1476, 726-6554 Affordable Handyman For questions about Budd Excavatina
V FAST 100% Guar. AFFORDABLE LAWN VASAP PAINTING Floors /walls. Tubs to business licensing, & Tree Work, clearing THE KLEEN TEAM
VAFFORDABLE CARE Cuts $10 & Up CHRIS SATCHELL shower cony. No job please call your city hauling, rock drives, Residential/Comm.
iV RELIABLE- Free Est Res./Comm., Li/Ins. 30 yrs. Exp., Excel. Ref. too big or small. Ph: or county demo, bushhogging Li., Bonded, Insured
*j 352-257-9508 563-9824, 228-7320 Insured 352-464-1397 352-613-TILE /lic# 2441 government offices. Lamar 352-400-1442 (352) 419-6557
AIIAROUND TRACTOR V'FAST *100% Guar.
SiteP Pep, Driveways V" RELIABLE, Fee Est PET SITTING/WALKING Lic/Ins 352-795-5755 352-257-9508 *k Exp., Reliable, Excel Your Neighborhood Indoor Air Quality Specialistl
Ref. (352) 274-4138 O E
Affodable Handvmn Summer Tune S4 S9
v'AST. 100% Guar. Kat's Kritter Kaea reO
V'ODALRELiABLE. Fee Est PET SITTING Up Special --RegSTR IR!i/i
*35257908* AlIDPO RD Guaranteeing l0x Cleaner Air STAReA IRE
A-1 Complete Repairsura u u.FaRaeNHidnCssR pit
nt/Ext) 25 yrs, Ref, Lc SERVICES IP O TInudes ur Exclusive Lser Prfle Sn t determine Sp ecialist
# 39765, 352-513 -5746 Lc# 39477 the quality of the air you breathe in your home.
(352) 464-3748 NO OTHER COMPANY OFFERS TtIS SERVICEi Interior & Exterior
COUNTY WIDE Lawncare N More (352) [pr Jn 021
DRY-WALL25 yrs exp. Comm/Res: Lawn s a a DIQ.At: BeCkSTo5e Prssue Wahin
lic.2875, all your drywall hedges & beds, hand- ..........ofBak oNe Swe99
needs! Ceiling & Wall yman & pressure wash I UI J Heating & Cooling .- FREE ESTIMATESRepairs. Pop Corn OVER 20 YRS. EX' 628-5700 newair.biz 9 52"4/65"6631
Removal 352-302-6838 **352-726-9570** (352) 270-4672
SAME DAY SERVICE S IDUSTBU T R FREE DUCT YOUR INTERLOCKING ERVNG CTRYS coLINTo LONGE THA THE R.
atn xr otCE NN ihprhs f BRICK PAVER SPECIALIST CISS Vl VOTTD BEST OF THE- BEST!
atnoetrncs wthprcasrf nMore Photc on... ou
* Generators Lighting. Fixtures a:LE NI GJERVI CE Mobile Home A/C Unit aceboccag
*Whole House Surge Fans Ballast *RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL, VACATION "
Protectors New Outlets RETL NWHM CENU
Install, Service Panel Upgrades WATER HEATERS Lowest Prices PO
& Repair SLAB LEAKS REPIPES Licensed, Insured, o eieta / riainRpis&Isalto
4J LECTRIC" WATER FILTRATION Washing Too Units 01-201-O13
............ALL PLUMBING REPAIRS 3 4 -4 5
6575W. Gulf to Lake .wy. LICENSED CFCI42GBGS ** 42844 Dave's Heain 172 NHw
Independently owned d&operated.J i Callooor 352-542-0202 N Lecano 4 1
2Lie #E013003381 insure.d & bonded 5Tayora352-40031 88 eatF 46
24 Hours e DevY lev 7 eaY Week* Cla omro Lc.#CAC057482oL Lc #2646 n Inured -Bonded
W ENEAC ... ,.,o. Ron's AffordabLe This Sat 6pm
GEI'lE.StanA~oe sh..... ord andman ervces Preview 5pm
Stand. loGneatort huge selection* H yn Servicesques onAt ee
Geeao s< tile. payers, pool1 All Home Repairs M Miiary and Estat Ite
inowCleaning Interior/Exterior Painting Thomas Electric, LIC &Saffstms fl~hes and pool V Small Carpentry
Widw____________equipment. FencingIa Red Barn Auctions
"Window Tinting Drywall RepairsTextures Residential/Commercial Service *Cnsmctn cenn 55SFod'eIvresF
Pressure Washing Wallpaper Removal Cnt ~1*Sreig43 .Foiav. nensF
Gutter Cleaning .Generac Centurion Leak Detecton [ ,'* Clean Dryer Vents Term I%BP CC%BP Cash Fl Sales Tax
Guardian Generators i Sugarmhill Poo/Tle Repa~r Affordable &Dependable A 12A41
FREE-E5TMA2TE40 5-9-08 Factory Auhozd Tehniin pII~ sevnni fr ponntv 3 Expeienc liflon
352-503-8465 To *re 778339 ER0015377 Calfrapiten 5-4-95 Consign Now
Bonded & Insured -, .,, ,, .'1i,. :- **M 382-4421 ceLL: 400-1722
wwwwindowgenie com/springhill .- .. -,- -.- ..... 5te rfi Pl 1ontr torLik.#458326 Licensed & Insured Lic.#3776; Ras aslw 9s We Buy Fstates
D8 SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 2014 CLASSIF]IEDS CiTRus CouNTY (FL) CHRoMicL
DRESSER, MOBILITY SCOOTERS ) DIVER
walnut finish, $125 WEDDING GOWN Pride Legend XL 4 2013 Nike VR Pro Ltd
Sofa Bed & Matching Size 10 Worn once then Wheel Red with MRH 10.5 Diamana
Love Seat, dry cleaned & preserved Umbrella Attachment. Reg EXC-Dunnellon
Green floral Print $275 in box. Call for info Mint Cond. $900. Cash. $75 (352) 465-8495
Call 352-344-0101 $100 516.978-2644 352-344-9449 GOLF IRONS
ENTERTAINMENT One Standard Adams Idea MRH #7 &
CENTER Wheelchair, #8 Graphite new grips
Oak finish. Holds 27in or 2nd is a lightweight $15ea/$25pair
54in TV. Very nice. portable wheelchair, Dunnellon 465-8495
$100 352-344-5311 2014 TOYOTA CAMRY both for $150. obo LIFE VEST
ENTERTAINMENT Floor mats, brand new, (352) 746-1305 Inflatable, Offshore
ENTETAINENT OEM factory, tan,
CENTER WHITE PHOENIX SCOOTER $85 352-382-3298 ,
WASHED WITH retail $229, sell f0r $100 S35010, good shape, Yamaha
LIGHTS $40 352-270-3527 asking $250. 2000 Golf Cart
352-613-0529 AEROBED TWIN XL (352) 344-9580 New battery Red with
FURNITURE ELECTRIC PUMP WALKER roof and windshield I
Corner Dining Nook ADJUSTABLE $40 Blue w/ Basket Fold down vinyl
$ 100 Dresser /Armoire 634-2004 $75 OBe enclosure $2,700. Call
$150. Email for Photos: (352) 637-5795 today. 352-621-3678
email@example.com APPLIANCES, like new I
(352) 422-3261 washers/dryers, stoves,
fridges 30 day warranty
V THIS OUT" trade-ins, 352 NEW" 6 STRING 4x8 Utility Trailer
BEAUTIFUL BANJO BANJITAR all steel, all lights works
HIGH END FURNITURE CHILDREN'S PLAY- MIRROR MAHOGANY has sides, good tires
*SALE*, 2ND TIME HOUSE 7x10 com- FINISH BEAUTIFUL! & spare $350.
AROUND RESALES pletely finished inside & $100 352-601-6625 (678) 617-5560
270-8803, 2165 Hy 491 out ind elect, ceiling fan HOME HOBBY TABLE & carpet. All PT wood 'NEW" FENDER UNITED
6x59 folds to 13x59 in w/16ft shingle roof & ACOUSTIC 2014 Enclosed Trailer
Excellent Condition 3x8 porch w/white picket GUITAR,SUNBURST Red, 5x 0, Drive-up $75 Call 382-7115 railing. Concrete block FINISH FULLSIZE,$75 ramp, Tie-downs in foundation. Buyer will 352-601-6625 floor Pulls Easy'
King Sz Tempurpedic have to move. $4,000 "NEW" LUNA GYPSY $2000 (352) 228-8014
Mattress & Foundation OBO SPALTED MAPLE
gently used, $475. Can email pictures. Call GRAND CONCERT
negotiable or text to 352-302-1084 ACOUSTIC GUITAR .
(352) 746-6258 $100 352-601-6625
New Queen Size Pillow BOOKS,CD'S, DVD'S
Top Mattress Set Have Many! Pick any 10 "NEW" LUNA GYPSY ,
with Frame for $10. Mix & Match! In- SPALTED MAPLE
$175. verness Off Croft RD GRAND CONCERT
(352) 423-4456 613-5818 $100 352-601-6625
OAK DINING TABLE COMR SPEAKERS Crafter acoustic guitar
48 in. round pedestal CyberAcoustics model D-18 $95
table w/ 4 chairs, CA-2.2, Brand New 352-419-4464
expands to 96 in. $5 (352)465-1616 DIGITECH VOCAL
$300 352-746-9618 DGTC OA
Folding Pet Crate PERFORMER HARMOOCCASIONAL TABLE, excel. condition NIZER& POWER
RATTAN, glass top, Hardly used $30 SUPPLY&FOOTSWITCHI
28" X 22" X 20" Ornate (352) 860-1519 $50 352-601-6625 11111111
$25 (352) 465-1813 ROGUE RESONATOR Tell that special
Queen Size Bed FOLDING TABLE GUITAR, Dobro Lap person
Complete 5 FT BROWN WOOD Hawaiian. Sunburst "Happy Birthday "
Frame, Headboard $30 352-613-0529 finish, great sound. with a classified
Boxspring & Mattress Played few times only, ad under Happy
$150. due to health. Deluxe Notes.
(352) 249-1250 V THIIS OU lined case & floor Only $28.50
Sota, Love Seat stand, $300. includes a photo dwlC
& Ottoman 352) 726-1076
Floral Print STUMPF FIDDLE custom Call our Classified a w e w i m a k e a
$135. GENERAL hand made from Dept for details
(352) 795-1015 MERCHANDISE olden days. One ot a 352-563-5966
TRADE IN MATTRESS kind, plays great. Was I
SETS FOR SALE SPECIALS featured on TV even* Starting at $50. ing news & Citrus
King, Queen, Full, Twin ******* Chronicle, $200 firm
Very good condition (352) 726-1076
352-621-4500 6 lines SX LAP STEEL WANT TO BUY HOUSE
6lies WIGIGBAG "ALMOST or MOBILE Any Area,
G"rdenilaw- 10 days NEW"&FREE POW- Condition or Situation
up to 2 items ERED SPEAKERIAMP Fred, 352-726-9369
2 Rear Engine Riders VOCALPERFORMER
Murray I2HP, $-$20. USED DIGITECH W/
30" cut, $300 $1 -$200 FOOTSWITCH &DIGDONATION
Snapper w/ Wisconsin $11.50 POWER SUPPLY
Robin Eng. 33" cut $201-$400.. $50 352-601-6625 D
$350o(352) 507.140 $16.50
CRAFTSMAN $401-$800.. r
REAR TINE TILLER
with 5Horse $21.50
Briggs & Straton Motor $801-$1500.. DOGGIE DOOR nto the
$375. obo $26.50 18"x60" White. Installed nam e
(352) 860-0664 but never used. Great
price at $50 Beverly R
ELEC. HEDGE 352-563-5966 Hills 203-509-7638
CUTTER BLACK & HOLLY WOLF
DECKER 24" HEDGE **** * FOOD DEHYDRATOR
HOG.EXC.COND.$35. Harvest Maid. Never Urban Suburban
352-746-4160used. Set up to 30 trays. Hair StudioY MA C P T L AP IG
Hoover Floormate Comes with 2 books.
JOHN DEERE-755 Hard Floor Cleaner. $80 203-509-7638 HtyWolf
Diesel Tractor, 294 hrs, Like New $25 Sty/istlOwner
"fit Finish mower, 5 ft 352-527-4319 WINDOW TREATMENT Invites you to come
Custom Cornice, 12x72 meet our Friendly
Back mower, 4 ft IPOD TOUCH 32GB. Beige, pleated w/piping. Knowledgeable
buhhg Hda- White.- New Condition. $35 352-621-7586 Staff!
tatic, Box blade, $99.99 Aqua EZ Pool
Turf tires, Cover Reel in Box. JUNEtPECIA
Excellent condition! $85. (352) 513-5482 $60 COLOR
$6800 (352) 422-4658
MTD, 38" New Deck NEIMAN MARCUS ELLIPTICAL & CUT
Part #983-04283-0637 DESIGNER IPAD Gold's Gym, about 6
$250. CASE New in box-$30 yrs old, Good condition. 826 US Hwy 41
Call (352) 433-1800 Call 212-2961 $100. 352-476-8744 Inverness, FL
SHOVELS PLANAR COMPUTER METAL WEIGHTS 352-637 -0777
4 Shovels $15 ea. or MONITOR w/ speakers 200 Ibs of 4-251bs and
4 for $50 3 heavy duty Good condition, black, 10 -01bs plusI scoop shovels & 1 drain $50 (352)465-1616 2 Curl Bars $75- i
spade. 631-353-1731 CALL 631-353-1731
TOASTER OVEN Multi-Station Gym
String Trimmer Almond, Like new Bi ym
Troybuilt, $15 Dyne,
model TB675EC $15 (352) 527-4319 BDyn F10
Like new List $200. TRUCK TIRES excellent condition
SCll $125. Groundhawg mud truck $700.
Call (352) 419-7882 tires 38" x 16.5" set of 4 (352) 746-7330 Troy-Built lawn edger, $250 OBO (352)
Like New $100 OBO 302-3903 or 563-1265
(352) 637-5795 o d
12"x72" Cust. Cornice, 50 hp Mercury Natalie Hill
Beige, pleated w/ piping. Propeller- 11 spline Urban Suburban $35 (352) 621-7586 Windshield 18' walk Hair Studio
MEXICAN PETUNIAS thru. Steering mechan- 352-637-0777
PICN PEUe ism, cable and
Pink & Purple steering wheel for "From Cutting Edge
in 4 inch pots roft Evanrude $75. ea. to Care Free"
10 for $10 Off Croft $200. for all
613-5818 MEDICAL EQUIPMENT (678) 617-5560 REDKEN TRAINED
-ar Concentrater 1 pair of Club Car Golf Cart Upgrade your look
oxygen tanks, valves for Good condition w/ 30 Foils & Cut $75 Stands wagon o tank, Good batteries, Color & Cut $60
ebu ze0 BO c52u2ches.1 windshield, lights (With Natalie)
-THIS OUT! $200 Be 352-219-8312 Asking $1,000 obo k
MOBILITY SCOOTERS (352) 564-2756 Come in and check
HIGH END FURNITURE Pride Jazzy Select 6 Concealed Weapons out our Referral
SALE*, 2ND TIME Red Mint Condition. Permit Course Proaram
AROUND RESALES Only used 2 Hours.$700 DAN'S GUN ROOM Products 10%
270-8803, 2165 Hy 491 Cash 352-344-9449 (352) 726-5238
L I FIND V ROADS_I
d~~ eep Do
.........~'~u (,#* se : 800-584-8755 Ext 10 CrystalAutoscom
Search Hundreds of Local Listings i1035 S. SUNCOAST BLVD.
www.chroniclehomefinder.com IHOMOSASSA, FL
CITRUS COUNTY (1L) CHRONICLE CLASSIFIES SUNDAYJUNE 22,2014 D9
-eig in mm rnc
BOSTON TERRIER SAILBOAT GMC
Male, 11 Weeks old, 1974 Sailboat 26' Luger BUYING JUNK CARS 2001, Impala CHEVROLET 1996, Safari
Good marks, Blk/Wht on trailer. Enclosed Running or Not $4,495. 1975 Nova, Hot Rod, passenger Van
(302) 632-9163 cabin. Double berth CASH PAID-$300 & UP 352-341-0018 many extra parts, 1 owner $3,450
Outboard motor mount. (352) 771-6191 GEO Must sell- $2,500 obo 352-341-0018
Chihuahua's $1500 or OBO. 95 TRACKER, 2 wd for (352) 201-0655
1 Cream Color Male 352-795-4843 KIA parts or repair asking
12 wks old 2.7 Ibs. 2003, Rio, $1000. 352 476 5639
$275. Sportscraft 88 Ice cold AC
1 Tan Male, very si. 27' Coastal Fisher- $4,390. TOYOTA
3.25 lbs. 1 yr old $225. RYDER man, cabin cruiser, 352-341-0018 1987 Celica Rag top, Hellbound
Ryder, possible $7,995 813-244-3945 runs great, 100,00 miles Chopper, 117ci S&S,
1 Black & brindled tan shepherd, possible 352-634-4768 recently overhauled. DODGE 6 speed. Very nice.
Female, very sm. cattle dog mix $1,900. 352-400-9847 1997 Ram 1500 12k miles. $19,900.
LILLY 4.91 lbs. 1 yr. old $275. neutered male, TROPHY Club Cab, 318, V-8,
Urban Suburban Lilly, gorgeous 1 Red, over sized male ClbCb38V8Will take trades.
Hair Studio Terrier/pit bull mix, 2 yrs o ld appears housebro- 2003 27' walk around WE DO IT ALLL good tires, $2,900 obo Call 352-302-5875
352-637-0777 2-6ioyeo.,t 5lbs f 2 yrs old. ken, medium in size, w/ Mercury motor 250, Tau rus BUY SELL TRADE (614) 570-9902
352-637-0777 2-6 y.o., wt 50 Ibs, free to good home vr we ie fs idr&nvgto EILS ~ OD
gentle lady, sets ex- (352) 628-7504 very sweet nice fish finder & navigation etalVEHICLES, M H & RVs OD
"From Cutting Edae ample of good be- (352)_628-7504 dog, very gentle syst, w/06 alum. trailer eVE Financing & Rentals 975 Goldwing, looks
to Care Free" havior, good with all, good $11k 352-777-6379 Recycling Best Prices CONSIGNMENT USA % great, runs good, 36K
w/other dogs, gra- w/other dogs, nice for your cars or trucks US 19 & US 44, CR mi. Orig. owner $4,000
Make-overs, cious & friendly, on leash, does not WE HAVE BOATS also biggest U-Pull-It 461-4518 & 795-4440 obo (781) 413-1825
Color, Foiling, takes treats gently, pull. Abou 4-6 y.o. GULF TOLI MRN with thousands of vehi -________Precision Cuts, always grateful. Call Cindy @ We Pay CASH For cles offering lowest price CHEVROLET HONDA
Avant Garde Walks nicely on 727-410-1418. Used Clean Boats for parts 352-637-2100 1996, Blazer, 1992, Helix Scooter
Pontoon, Deck & 4 door, 89K miles 25k miles, good cond.
hairstyles and leash, loving & at- Schnauzer Pups Fishing Boats WE BUY ANY VEHICLE $2,900. new tires, $1,200
updo's. tentive, minds man- 2 male, Born Nov. 14 **(352)527-0555** In Any Condition, 352-341-0018 (352) 746-7378
ners. Call Christina Shih-Tzu Pup boatsupercenter'com Title, No Title, Bank KAWASAKI
Paul Mitchell @ 352-464-3908. 1 male Born Jan. 21, Lien, No Problem, CHEVROLET 2006, 1600 Nomad
352-795-5896 Day R i Don't Trade it in. We 2005,Equinox LS 36k mi. w/extras
REDNECK Vehicles Will Pay up to $25K power windows, locks, $5k (352) 860-2070
___________Redneck, Stafford- Lvso kAny Make, Any Model AC,___$3,990._shire mix, ITASCA 813-335-3794, Call AJ Kawas i AC, $3,990.Ninja
1-y.o.,friendly, 06, 38' Sunrise,3 slides 813-458-0584 Tell that special 352-341-0018 2007 250 (motorcycle)
housebrkn, playful, Berkshire Piglets marble floors, w/d, Great starter bike.
eager to please, 8 weeks old, in-motion satellite WE DO IT ALL Happy Birthday" JEEP Fantastic fuel econtakes treats gently, Healthy clean, no-smoke or BUY SELL TRADE wit a classified 98 CHEROKEE omy $2,788. Call
very trainable, quiet $100 pets, new cover VEHICLES, M H & RVs ad under Happy Runs well. Fair cond. today. 352-621-3678
& patient. Loves to (352) 522-0214 or $ 8k M H & 5s6-d996
be w/people, knows (352) 270-6285 352-613-8453 Financing & Rentals Notes. $775 (352) 5862996 PIAGGIO
QUEENIE the sit command, Coastal Hay-Fresh Cut ITASCA CONSIGNMENT USA Only $28.50 200750cc skooterjust
Queenie, 4-y.o. Brin- beautiful unique 5/21, sq. bales $5.25, 09 Navion 24' Sprinter US 19 & US 44, CR includes a photo KIA serviced, 14,628 miles.
die terrier mix, very markings. Could be Rolls $56., Horse equal slide,21k mi. body 4614518& 795-4440 '09, Sorrento LX, 51K mi windshield and battery
sweet, loving, your best friend. -ity. In Barn, Delivery paint, diesel genera- Call our Classified tow package, running tender included. $600
friendly, housebrkn, Call Cindy @ Avail. (352) 748-5924 tor, call for details Dept for details boards, warranty OBO 352 746 1661
Robin Long good w/other dogs. 352-560-7455. DOWNSIZING $64,900 (352) 212-9735 352-563-5966 $11,600 352-746-6632
Urban Suburban Weight 60 lbs. Takes Bred1Cow1for1sal Polaris Magnum
Hair Studio treats gently from Bred Cows for sale Newmar 2005 (atv) Get to the
352-637-0777 your hand, loves Angus & Club calf 96 Mountain Aire ds today. Fully
belly rubs. Likes to breeding. Weened great cond. clean, ****** J, serviced. Storage box.
"From Cutting Edge play with a ball, & calves For Sale. newer Jasper engine Larry's Auto Sales And power to spare
to Care Free" loves to be with her (352) 302-0204 49,905 mi. Engine & 1955 S. Suncoast Your World $3100. Call today.
human friend. 6.5 Kw Generator serv- Blvd. (352) 564-8333 -- CHRYSLER 352-621-3678
REDKEN PERMS Call Christina @ iced 3/14. Ready for 257-3894(afterhours) a 9-9 1997 Grand Voyager
Body and Curl $45 352-464-3908. the road! Reduced 255,000 $800 VESPA
Add a Cut & Style $23k, 352-586-8121 352-678-7049 2007, GTV250
for $15 40HP Johnson, nice, or 318-245-4565 '03 Lincoln Town Car (scooter/motorcycle)
just serviced, with Presidental Series, Single piece unibody
WED- SAT ROBBIN controls, runs good, SUMMERLAND Mint Conditiion CHRYSLER construction. 250 cc.
Appointments Avail. Robbin, 1.5 y.o $800. (352) 637-3983 2012 Travel Trailer, Like 99K mi. $8250 CL2012 Town & Country Great around town
thru the end of Jond m New, Slide-out Queen Wheelchair van with 10" scooter Automatic.
male Hound mix, 1bed/bunks. Outside '02 Nissan Sentra lowered floor, ramp and With luggage box.
beautiful white shower, awning. 4 Cyl, Auto, power roni i anae t tie downs Call Tom for $4,850. Call today.
20+ye ar pecked ea $16K (724) 813-8624 windows & locks, more info 352-325-1306 352-621-3678
exp erce HW-negatiart had
experience. a rough sta in life, YAMAHA TIFFIN 63K mi., $5450
silasfinl as 08FX- SHO jus 03 AegroBus, 37 FT.
REBBY can be. Eager to serviced, $4700. Exc. cond. Diesel 1999 Toyota Tacoma
Rebby, 2-y.o. pit bull please, learned 07 VX Deluxe, $3200. Caterpillar, $75,000 Prerunner
mix, UTD shots, HW basic manners both run perfect! Call (352) 476-4402 4 cyl Auto $5950
negative, neutered, quickly, walks well low hours &
wt 40 lbs, likes most on leash, should be well maintained! WE BUY RV'S, 1983 Jeep CJ7 310-0629 SUCRN
dogs, go o t (352) 628-2711 TRUCKS, TRAILERS, Hardtop 4.2 6 cyl Trickel, Sarah J. 14-CP-314 NTC
good w/cats only pet in the 5TH WHEELS, 5 speed $2950 PUBLIC NOTICE
Walks well on leash, home. Christina @ & MOTOR HOMES I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR CITRUS COUNTY, FLORIDA
good in car, loves 352-464-3908. Call US 352-201-6945 PROBATE DIVISION
the water, healthy, -, File No. 14-CP-314
friendly & happy. **BUeSL IN RE: ESTATE OF SARAH JANE TRICKEL
Best with older chil- IBUY, SIELL Deceased.
dren, quick learner & TRADE CLEAN TravelTrailersNOTICE TO CREDITORS
Call Sue @ I USED BOATS
C 352 2THREE RIVERS C M The administration of the estate of SARAH JANE TRICKEL, deceased, whose date
or 542-4 27 ..0 MARINE R P I & MAN .of death was January 21, 2013; File Number 14-CP-314, is pending in the Circuit
US 19 Crystal River RVTC Certified Tech. Court for Citrus County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 110 North
*'352-563-5510"* 352-613-0113, Lic/Ins. Apopka Avenue, Inverness, FL 34450. The names and addresses of the personal repREX AIR SELL resentative and the personal representative's attorney are set forth below.
20FT PONTOON 1998,31 ft, queen bd YOUR VEHICLE Al creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands
Boat & motor, nicely TVarfot&bc NTEagainst decedent's estate, on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served
ot&y TV, air front & back, IN THE must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
TAB restored, no salt water, Michelin tires $12,000 THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
TAB will del. $2,950. (352) 489-3661 I i'T#id COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
Tab, beautiful young (352) 637-3983 Al other creditors of the decedent and other persons hcing claims or demands
BRO Hound/Pit mix, fawn CAROLINA SKIFF TRUCK CAMPER against decedent's estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFBARLOW coat, chocolate 19 Ft, V Series, 2004 1999 Lance 1030 truck CLASSIFIEDS TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
Barlow, 2-6 y.o. brown eyes, shy @ 4H, 4 stroke, camper, on Ram 3500 ALLCLAMS NOT FILED WIIHIN THE TIME PERIODSSETFORTH IN SECTION 733.702OF
Shepherd/Retriever first, warms up tairlr. low hrs. $5 600 diesel dually. Good con- THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
mix, wt 55 lbs, very quickly & is very af- -746-6632 dition. Will sell as unit or -3 SPECIALS ** NOTWITHSTANDINGTHETIME PERIOD SETFORTH ABOVE,ANYCLAM FILED1WO(2)
beautiful dog, good fectionate. Best camper only. $12,000. 7 days $26.50 YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
on leash, very with female dogs & GO DEVIL or OBO 352-795-4843 The date of first publication of this notice is: June 22, 2014.
friendly & affection- children 9 years old 18' surface drive 14 days $38.50 Personal Representative:
ate, gets along & up. No cats. engine & trailer, 30 Days $58.50 SARAH JANE GOING A/K/A SARAH TRICKEL GOING
w/most dogs, best Excellent leash loaded w/extras & Auto frr 4645 86th Avenue, Pinellas Park, FL 33782
no cats. Could jump training, UTD shots, low hours, call for info A e Call your Derek B. Alvarez Esquire FBN: 114278 dbaaendersalvarez.com
4-foot fence, knows fee $30. (352) 726-8336 Truck Tool Box, Classified Anthony F. Diecidue, Esquire FBN: 146528, afd aendersalvarez.com
basic commands. Call Laci @ MONTEREY 19.5' silver medal, GENDERS ALVAREZ DIECIDUE, P.A.
Call Joanne @ 352-212-8936 or 1995 Montura 196 B/R, 63" Long 13" Deep, representative 2307 West Cleveland Street, Tampa, Florida 33609
352-795-1288 e-mail 4.3 Volvo I/O, alum trlr, excellent cond. for details. Phone: (813)254-4744 Fax: (813)254-5222
813-244-7324. @ ai rhom VHF/FM, great cond, $285. 352-563-5966 Published in Citrus County Chronicle: June 22 & 29, 2014
IT7 $5700. 352 212-1754 603-863-9750 L mi
PEAS ON N ISSA N of OCALA
The New Leader in Customer Service
Doing Business The Right Way Everyday!
Serving Our Community For Over 33 Years!
E E EN7-YEAR00,00MILE
CERTIFIM PRE-OWNED TOWING ASSISTANCE'
1:,. .~~~ 1.. 1..7.17........7.. 7,5
SALES EVENT $1 NS $1.,:4 2.1 2011 NISSAN $1, $N,
POIN INSECIO GT45 ,633MIE $2,4E $2,3155 MIES LAV 3,:
4,207 4,35 4,4ES 2,U $2,: $2 9A,
I. U I I 4 mu:u-m .m ..
DIO SUNDAYJUNE 22, 2014 Cimnus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE
It's The II' h
of Savings. Savings!
Lease For EnjoyThe Summer *A*
You Chice~31In ABrand New
Your hoice$ 319German-Engineered Jetta!1
Per Month* New 2014 Volkswagen Lease Far Only .. Pe
Jetta 1199 Mnh
New 2014 BMW Aw\ With Only..
228i Coupe oaDue At
Or Buy For.
New 2014 BMW 1 19
320iSedan $1 90
New 2014 BMWAAdOny.011hl X1 slDrive28i $1 9Ne2l
New 2014 19Nw21
Volkswagen Lease PerMonth!* Volkswagen
New 2014 BMW Passat liguan
Per Month* Ne 04Lease For Only
New 2014 BMW Volsa senn
5281 Sedan t ofi*
Special lease and finance offers available thro ugh BMW Financial Services. '36 month lease with All ot;Vers wt appovd redit thicuqh Vdo i p n Credit far weli-qurrlified r~nfss Excludes ilax, toij
$3794 ($4124 -428i Coupe, $4694 = 528i Sedan) due at signing including ($1000 Option Allow- title, rectainad$9 pr5ei cti' c sev ce Factory credt odae. '% P ioc r6
ance = 228i Coupe & 428i Coupe, $500 Option Allowance = 320i Sedan, $1500 Build-Out Cash months is S16,6/ per mnonth per $1000 borrowed with) $0 down on selcti new i-slot k Vuloiwager model X1 sDrive28i, $1500 Option Allowance 528i Sedan) and $0 security deposit with approved credit. tVW US Media Newsroom, 'Lease and price ekaroples: 2014 Jetto S? 201 wnouto mmrc transmission, 2014 10,000 miles per year allowed, 25C~ per mile thereafter. BMW credits to dealer. Excludes tax, tag, title, Possa 1.8T S wkbulumalic transmissionm, 2014 Tiguan S 2.OT w/blmutor -na i '1mssoi 2014 Beetle 2.51L w/ registration and $799 pre-delivery service fee. Prior sales excluded. In-stock units only. Ofters cannot manual transmission, 2014 CC Sporn w/cutomnnic trnnsmis~in. Excludes TDI ( Clen Diesel models. Leuses
be combined. Photos for display only. See dealer for complete details. Expires end of day 6/22/14. ore 36 months with S1000 )Jetto), $2349 Possat, Beetie), $2999 (Tiguon, CC) due at signing rcludiir $ security deplosit1 12000 miles (10000 mni es CC( pe yenr allowed, 70c5 per mile therietr Prior ?.oles exclded. Offers cannot be combined, in-stock un-ts onlfy Photos for display only. See dealer for complete 3949 SW College Rd. a Ocala detoils. Exipfrs end of day 6/22/14.
B M W ~~~~~~~On SW College Rd. Just West 0f11-75Su m ro Sa ig Pe- w d
B IVI~A~1-352-861-0234 Smeo aig r.we
of Ocala BMWinOcala.comrl -Clearance Specials!
Summer of Savings 1.y- .
203Buik 00 =mae
Luxury Pre-Owned Specials LSar utmRM
STK#W415472A FTK fW129853A
CITRus CouN2rY (FL) CHRONICLE SUNDAY JUNE 22, 2014 D11
anywhere in the Ed
world first, but
for up to 60 .o..
on select new Honda models
on approved credit
.... ...I I
.. .. .APPRECIATION OFFERt
To eligible members of the US Military
a e a *& their spouses towards any new Honda
I I vehicle when you finance or lease thru HFS.
OVER 90 USED & CERTIEIED
All Pre-owned Vehicles Include a
', 6 MONTH/6,000 MILE
nL .Umited Powertrain Warrantyt
I I I I I . I . PWS A 5-DAY EXCHANGE PROGRAM
See dealerfor complete details.
START YOUR SUMMER OFF
RIGHT IN A NEW CHEVROLET.
2014 Cruze Low-Mileage Lease for Qualified Lessees. 2014 Malfbu Low-Mileage Lease for Qualified Lessees.
LT Per Month LT Per Month OVER 90
r7INIii "E5for 36 Months fo$ 8 or 38 Mont hsUe&Ctfd
$1 50 "'""'"000 """ Used & Certified
1tal CaSh AL359 "Aft'erol se ,,,569 u eatS"n Pre-Loved Vehicles
iNo security deposit required. Tax, tile, license and dealerfees y No security deposit required. Tax, title, license and dealer fees Allowance, extra Mileage charge of $25/mile over 36,000 miles. Allowance extra'Mileae charge of l2wamile over 3,000 miles.A
Vehicles include up to:
2014 Equinox Low-Mileage Lease for Qualified Lessees. 2014 TraverSe Low-Mileage Lease for Qualified Lessees. M Al NTEN AN C Et
LS FWD ~ 9 Per Mont LS FWD Per Mon
1for36sMnths tors36eMnths PIT-STOP
O ~~4 I af Due at Signing BW ue at Signing PROG RAM
tal Cash s &I After Anofers' taCash ~L~ After An Ofters IC U E
No scurty epoit equred.Tax tilelicnseand eab fes a No ecuitydeposit required. Tax, title, license and dealer tees Allowa e Neurityileposi chreqie Tax $.5/itle iens 6n00 dale es AloM an extra.Mileage charge of $.25/mile over 36,00 mites. See dealer for complete details.
Come See What LOVE Can Do For You! 2209 Hwy 44 West r a g E
2014 Impala LT Low-Mileage Lease for Qualified Lessees IneesF345 3 2. 10 18C E T O
$5Csto Csh.,,.),... er Mont LO VECHE V YSALES .CO M
fllJune Purchase for 36 Months
$00 779 DM t ~ ~ **A COMMITMENT TO SERVING ALL THAT HAVE SERVED
Noscrtdpsreurd a5ite ies nddae esDuring Mildary Appreciation Month, now all Veterans along with Active Duty, Reserves and Retirees otal I ~~AllowanIce' extra. Mileage charge of$.25/mileover 36,000 miles. * DICUT are eligible for the Chevrolet Military Discount*. The best Military Purchase Program in the industry.
1. Excludes leases. Not compatible some other offers. Take delivery by 6/2/14. See dealer for details. 2. Payments are fora 2014 Cruze LT within an MSRP of $21,130.35 monthly payments total $7,878.0Optionto purchase at lease end for an amount to be determined at lease signing.
GM Financial must approve lease. Mileage charge of $.25/mile over 36,000 miles. Lessee pays tar excess wear. Payments may be higher in some states. Take delivery by 6/2114. See dealer for details. 3. Excludes leases. Not compatible some other offers. Take delivery by 6/2/14.
See dealer for details. 4. Payments are for a 2014 Malibu LT with an MSRP of $24,435. 35 monthly payments tota $8,710.0Option to purchase at lease end for an amount to be determined at lease signing. U.S. Bank must approve lease. Mileage charge of $.25/mile over 36,000 miles. Lessee pays for excess wear Payments may be higher in some states. Take delivery by 6/2/14. See dealer for details. 5. Payments are fora 2014 Equinox [S FWD with an MSRP of $25,315. 36 monthly payments tota $7,151.40.0Option to purchase at lease end for an amount to be determined at lease signing. GM Financial must approve lease. Mileage charge of $.25/mile over 36,000 miles. Lessee pays for and excess wear Payments may be higher in some states. Take delivery by 6/2114. See dealer for details. 6. Payments are for a 2014 Traverse LS FWD with an MSRP of $31,670. 36 monthly payments total $9,312.Option to purchase at lease end tar an amount to he determined at lease signing. GM Financial mest approve lease. Mileage charge of $.25/mile over 36,000 miles. Lessee pays forexcess wear Payments may be higher in some states. Take delivery by 6/2/14. S.ee dealer for details.All prices and/or payments plus tax, lag, title & state tees. Dealer installed options and accessories additional cost. All prices include $2,500 cash or trade equity t See dealer tar details. 1. All leases are 36 months, 12K miles/year with $2,500 cash or trade unity, IISA Rebate, (CR, Owner Loyalty. 2. int available with finance or lase offers. Pre-owned vehicle with 2,500 cash or trade equity On approved credit Offer expire
D12 SUNDAY JUNE 22, 2014 CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE
NE DAY ONLY
SUNDAY, JUNE 22
CRYSTAL'S 10 LOWEST PRICE OF THE YEAR.. CLEARLY MARKED ON EVERY VEHICLE!
THERE IS NO1 NEED TO HAGGLE PRICE
Every Vehicle Has The Years'Lowest Price THERE Will BE NO SALESPEOPLE OR MANAGERS ON THE PREMISES No One Will Even Be Available To Answer Phone
These Prices Will Never Be Repeated All Prices Will Be Honored
ONE DAY ONLY
Monday, June 23,2014, From 9:00am To :00pm FIRST COME. FIRST SERVE.
AUTOMOTIVE lt NC
1005 S. SUNCOAST BLVD. 2077 HIGHWAY 44 W. 14358 CORTEZ BLVD.
HOMOSASSA, FL INVERNESS, FL BROOKSVILLE, FL
Attc PAGE E6
OME RONT AGEE
CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE REAL ESTATE GUIDE
Designer Sveinbjorg Hallgrimsdottir looks ON TH :
for inspiration in a field in Eyjafjorour, northern Iceland.
HOME AND GARDEN:
IF T 1
E2 SUNDAY JUNE 22, 2014 CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE
I2417 INFO LINE 2417 INFO LINE K1= 14 I a ig
Enehuen0fiterh u niee#532jW
35)072 352)67.28 63.4* l R
5008 W. MUSTANG DRIVE 239 W. CLIFTON PL. LAUREL RIDGE 44 PINE DRIVE SUGARMILL WOODS FABULOUS FAMILY COMPOUND!
SNEED A STUDIO? BUILT ILLA Well Maintained 3BR2BA2CG- 2644SF Living Area Room to roam both inside and out Bult in 2007 on completely fenced, heavily
NEED A STU DIO LOVELYSUITEw/GAR UU I V Living Rm./Family Rm Style, Open Floor Plan wooded 67 acres, this Modern Cracker Stye home was designed with the mult4 BR 3.5 Baths 4 car 2.75 Acres/2009 Built 3BD/2BA/2OG LR, FR & Den/Office 2 BR, 2 BATH 2 CAR Garage Formal DR& Wood Burning F in Fam. Rm. generatonal family in mind are was takento arrange 4 bedrooms and 35 baths
SOffice plus library Granite/wood cab Over 2,500 SF Living Large Lanai 2002 Built Eat-in tchen wlbuilt-ins 11 'x32' Enclosed Porch overlooks Private Greenbelt to incf separate giving areas that are handicappe equipped for the comfort and 1e 1'3 nclos edP rc o eros Pri Gre blt privacy of all hs property also offers a deauiully equipe cook's kitchen with
Hao df s -SWIMr LAP IrNi/w d PO OLe 2,0 FLvn ag aa2002 Built .Eat-in Ktchen w/built-nl Reroof 2013 w/5Oyr shingles, A/C repl. 21009 Hickory Oadints, gos cook-top and double wall ovenspfThere are two separate
SHardwood floors SWIM LAPS IN POOL Hook-up for Hot Tub Great Neighborhood Screen Lanai Master bath Double Sinks arae Bum out works o area laundry areas to accommodate different needs and a screen 10 x 44 ana
ELLIE SUTTON 352-287-3997 PETER & MARVIA KOROL Lawn care included Low Quarterly Fee Dirn: Cypress vd. to R on overlookingasparklingpoolwith ottd
PETER & MARVIA lm IPine Dr. Hse. on Right. EmalIl firstname.lastname@example.org (352) 527-7842 KELLY GODDARD 352-476-8536 LOU HALLEY (352) 257-9016 SH Email sherypols ( a35 o .97-5500
www.FlorldllaLuisngnfe.com (352) 422-3875 Email: kellygoddardsellslorida.com Email: Iounalley@tompaby.rr.com Website: www.CryslalRiverLiving.com
2417 IN NE 24/7 INFO
[Enterhouse#5~ :1 fL I
576 W. PLAYER PATH 1332 S. BROOKFIELD DR. 1220 WHIRL AWAY CIR. 2/2/2 w/FRESH PAINT
'THE ULTIMATE VILLA! 'MOVE IN READY LECANTO REA LTY ONE INVERNESS FL AND NEW APPLIANCES
2BR/2Bath/2car gar Great room plan 3BD/2BA/20G Built in 2003 On Nice Private Lot 'Split plan with a bath on each side. Master
Larger lot/nice elevation Screen porch 1500 SF Bfll c d/M d 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 2 car garage has shower and walk-in closet and sliders to
Low maintenance fees 'COMMUNITYPOOL Nearly aiwteautiuyo17 IN fLa iINE Pristine pool home the patio. Corner lot, oversized garage,
Large Lanai with Vinyl Windows 63L 2828'Hardly used vacation home shed for storage.
ELLIE SUTTON 352-287-3007 *47 I FO L N Located in Belmont Hills Estates
EIEU 352-17-397 i PETER & MARVIA KOROL Includes Club Membership CALL THE CUNNINGHAM TEAM
Emull: email@example.com, (352) 527-7842 i PAM ZADORZANY (941) 726-3491 1 (352) 637-6200
www.FlorldaLlstnginfo.com (352) 422-3875 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Email: email@example.com
0 3tHERE'S HOW: R
S (32) 1(3
C Enterhun e 1 Buyer calls exclusive
E # 24/7 Info Line
129R KBATN F G 2 Buyer enters house .
1229 RABECK BOATING & FISHING number when IIlI11 Ii IIS.CII 31212 IN CONNELL HEIGHTS
SSPLISH SPLASH PAVERS ON LANAI/POOL! IDEAL RETREAT DOCKiSEAWALL IN PLACE prompted BUILT IN 2005
*3 large bedrooms *2.5 baths/2 car gar The neatest 2/2 carport *1376 sq. living Open floor plan with great room, formal dining,
LR plus family rm E-Z care floors Grand glassed porch Overlooks water breakfast room, split bedrooms. 1 0x51' 4-season
*1 ACRE LOT trees Move in ready! Lg. inside laundry MUSTSEE FORTHE PRICE! lanai, inside laundry with wet sink, 10x82' & 20x20
3 Buyer listens to attached carports and detached carport/boat
ELLIE SUTTON 352-287-3997 ELLIE SUTTON 352-287-3997 property parking. Everything your family needs is right here.
EmUIl elliesuLton@0remax.net I Emai: firstname.lastname@example.org presentation in CHERYL NADAL (352) 302-3555
www.FloriduListnluinfo.com www.Filoridaillstmuino.com English or Spanish Emai cnadal@remaxnet
ATerra Vista Homes!
..o SPOTLIGHT PROPERTIES
6 Find Select Homes in the Area's
PINE RIDGE BEAUTY 6 FREESIA COURT CITRUS HILLS GOLF BEST PRICED Leading Lifestyle Community.
You will love the open, flowing floor plan in this 3BR/2BA/3CG Pool Home COURSE HOME!! WATERFONT LOT AROUND Single Family &
carefree 3 bdrm/2 bath home on 1.5 acres! Family Rm. w/Fireplace 3 BEDROOM, 2.5 BATH, 2-CAR GARAGE HOME,
Gourmet Kitchen INGROUND SCREEN POOL GREAT ROOM, LARGE Includes seawall, dock & floating Maintained Villa Homes
Main living areas lead to the lanai and pool with W orkshop w/Electric KITCHEN WITH BREAKFAST NOOK AND LOTS OF dock. Possible owner financing.
serenity all around you. MOVE-IN READY! Beautiful Landscaping
SLots of Upgrades CABINETS. LOCATED ON CUL DESAC. NES (352) CALL34-2103 GEORGE SLEEMAN
LUCY BARE 35)6413(52) 464-7812
KIM DEVANE (352) 257-5353 LEN PALMR (352) 212-2611 DIANNE MACDONALD (352) 212-9682 Email lucybNrnes @remax.nel 3 464-7812
Email email@example.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Emaih email@example.com Visual Tours: www.cryslalriverfl.com Email: RalEstate@OGegeS n.cDm
d N 1 I IMT I [ iI411
Cimus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 2014 E3
Real Estate DIGEST
volume in 2014. 6, enjoy the outdoor lifestyle of the land DIGEST
ERAAmerican Realty is proud to rec- and water that Citrus County provides. In ognize the achievements of these fine addition, Heather is very active in the DEADLINES
real estate professionals. Citrus County schools. 0 Submit
Both Coleen and Sandi can be Contact these new associates at the information
reached at the Inverness office at Beverly Hills office at 4511 N. Lecanto for the Real
352-726-5855. Highway, or call them at 352-746-3600. Estate
ERA is also pleased to welcome three RE/MAX agent put up Digest by
new associates. Kelly Tedrick, Laurie 4 p.m.
Kelner and Heather Peacock recently impressive numbers Thursday for
Coleen Sandi joined as sales associates in the com- Two more RE/MAX Realty One Cheryl George publication
Fatone-Anderson Hart pany's Beverly Hills office. agents passed the multi-million dollar Nadal Sleeman Sunday.
ER~ercn R~mrca ulimilondllrRE/MAX RE/MAX News
ERAAmerican ERAAmerican A Florida native, Kelly, her husband mark in sales volume recently. Realty One. Realty One. Nes
Realty. Realty. and three children came to Citrus Cheryl Nadal and George Sleeman notes are
Springs in 2010. Kelly recently fulfilled a have both qualified for this distinguished fice in Lecanto located on County published as
long time dream by earning her Florida club for 2014. Road 491. space is
real estate license. Kelly's work experi- Cheryl is an agent in the Crystal River The brokers and staff of RE/MAX con- available. ence in the restaurant industry has office of RE/MAX located on U.S. 19, gratulate both of these fine agents on U Call
4 helped her develop the people skills that and also recently qualified for RE/MAX their tremendous accomplishment. 352-563will serve her well in the real estate International's Hall of Fame award. 5660.
industry. George works out of the RE/MAX of- See DIGEST/Page E4
Kelly is very active in the Citrus
County schools. Currently she is a paraK professional at Citrus Springs Elemen- 3TOU
Kelly Laurie tary teaching technology and media IM
Tedrick Kelner classes, assisting in the library and perERAAmerican ERAAmerican forming numerous other duties.
Realty. Realty. Laurie, a native of Illinois, relocated
Great 3/2 home Pristine 2/2 home
ERA agents grow sales, with her husband to Citrus County impossible third
2012 to enjoy the many fishing, eques- location with bedroom on half
trian and family-friendly events. fireplace, an acre in Leisure
e caaminate Acres. This one
ERAAmerican With a degree in economics, a back- flooring & more. won't last!
Rely&Ivs-708705 710948 $74,900
Realty & Invest- ground in investment advisement, legal ..ONLY $69,900 John Mais
ONLY___ $,00John Maisel
ments is proud to assistance and administration experi- SteveMcClory 352-302-5351
announce the latest ence through the company she and her 352-422-3998
production levels husband owned, Laurie feels uniquely
achieved by some qualified to assist Citrus County resi- Whatabuyfora3/2 3/2 Home
home on the water in in desirable
of its agents. dents, whether buying or selling, with Crystal River! Home in eirie
Coleen Fatone- their real estate needs. features 3 floors, CitrUSSprings
beautiful pine with iots
Anderson, Inver- Heather has been a resident of Pine woodwork throughout, of extras.
aboatdock&more. Priced to sell!
ness office, has Ridge for four years. She was first li- 71007 709080 $62,500
surpased he Hether censed in 2001 and specialized in the woOnly$210,O000798 6,0
srasdteHahrPamela Sherwet Becky Paradiso
$1 million mark in Peacock luxury home and relocation markets for 352-422-2939 352-634-4581
closed sales volume ERAAmerican the east coast of Florida, an area that in 2014. Realty. she intends to focus on in building her
Sandi Hart, also business in Citrus County.
of the Inverness office, has surpassed Married for 14 years, Heather, her the $1 million mark in closed sales husband and two children, ages 10 and
3/2 Pool home WITH A NEW 3/2 HomeonalmostanACREwitha privacy 3/2 Pool home that features a WOW! Priced at rock bottom just begging ROOF! No brainer! fence,w carpetandpaint!Waitingfortheper- beautiful kitchen! Unbelievable price fora new owner. 3/2 home only minutes 707391 $67,500 fectowner,ard priced dghtat $64,9D0! 70959 at only $50,000! 710946 from the Gulf ofMexico. 709412 $67,500 Sherri Orendorif 352-573-9968 Yolanda Canchola352-219-2196 RandyMorehouse 352-287-2934 SteveMcClory352-422-3998
THE MOST EXPERIENCED ARCHITECT
IN HERNANDO AND CITRUS COUNTY
Perfect home to love with 3/2 Investment opportunity alert! 3/2 Brick Pool home Features new carpet, new paint, new C lfor only $34,500 Adorable 2/1/1 home in Holiday with privacyfencing. appliances and sits ona pretty piece
Cel 352-540-8687 in Historic District. 708445 Heights for $44,900! 710050 A steal at $59,900! 709633 of property for $89,900! 710842
Becky Paradiso 352-634-4581 John Maisel 352-302-5351 Pamela Shemet 352-422-2939 Yolanda Can chola 352-219-2196
jwhite1 firstname.lastname@example.org E
E4 SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 2014 CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE
processing for 30 years and Tomi- in 2014. HomeFrontBRIEF
DIGEST received his real estate li- ka and Tomika HoeFrontBRIEF
Continued from Page cense in 2004. Kim spe- and Kim
He is active in the commu- cialize in lead Cit- Irrigation management are essential to
nity through Loyal Order of REO rus Scheduling and successful and sustainable
Plantation brings Moose, American Legion and (bank County management the water they require and efin new blood the VFW. He enjoys football, owned) in sales ficient application of this rePlantation Rentals wel- baseball and is an avid golf proper- for 2014 Citrus County Florida- ficient application of this rePlantation Rentals wel- fan. ties and to date. friendly Landscaping is offer- source is the topic of the day.
comes Jim Howsare as its fan.Evaluation and repair of
es Reach him at Plantation invest- Call ing a free gardening work- Evaluation and repair of
newest Rentals in Crystal River, or ment Tomika shop from 2 to 3:30 p.m. on your irrigation system prior to
rental by calling him at 352-795- proper- Spir senTmika Kimberly or Kim at Tuesday, June 24, at the Cit- the summer heat is a great
agent. by calling him at 352-795- poe- Spires-Hanssen Fuller
Jim, 0782. ties. This Landmark Landmark the rus County Extension Serv- idea.
Jmd$8 mil- Rea lty. Realty.andmark Land- ice Building, at 3650 W. Contact Steven Davis at
originally Renamic duoaionrep
fromriginally Dynam ic du lion rep mark Sovereign Path in Lecanto. 352-527-5708 to confirm
Tampa, lights up charts resents 95 closed sales so far Realty office: 352-726-5263. Irrigation scheduling and your participation.
relocated Landmark Realty of Inverto Citrus ness is proud to announce the EY ProfitFrom My Experience
County team of Tomika Spires- Louise Schmid
in 2003. Jim Hanssen and Kimberly a Broker Associate
He Howsare Fuller have sold and closed E 352-382-5579 BANK OWNEDworked Plantation in excess of $8 million in real Office 382-1700 1-800-237-1112 HOMOSASSA, FL
in data Rentals. estate this year. O0L99 View All Listings: www.goFLhomes.com 3 golf course lots
FIRST. O PE N H O USE3 golf COUr 0 0t ..5.
0001LKH Southern Woods BANK OWNED-LAKE PANASOFFKEE, FL
SU GA RM ILL W O O DS 1:30-4PM $12,500 each MLS#705892 3BR/3BA 2-stor home with brickfireplace.
___7$6,50 M[S#700223 REAL ESTATE, INC. Handsome
I ggU 5569W. GULF TO LAKE HWY. 5 3 bedroom, DEN,
SCRYSTAL RIVER, FL34429 2 full baths, 2
oFFICE (352) 795-6633 R to, car garage home.
WWW.ALEXRE.COM E-MAIL: SALES@ALEXRE.COM Great room
Built in 2005 on
Greenbelt. New BANK OWNED-DUNNELLON, FL COUNTRY LIVING-INVERNESS, FL
floors: laminate 5 acres in Mini-Farms 4BR/2BA DW 2.33 acre wooded tract in Deerwood. Fenced.
1& tile. HOME w/fireplace. $82,900 MLS#707619 $25,750 MLS#709930
Dr No n S aT ila WARRANTY! CALL Roy Bass TODAY (35s2)726-2471 as
Right on Lone Pine; lefton n Vinca. MLS #710404 After Hours (5 302-6714 Email: email@example.com www.allcitrusrealty.com
CRYSTAL RIVER 2 bedroom, 1 bath SUMMERFIELD 2005 D/W M/H
home in quiet neighborhood. Large eat- handyman/woman special, needs lots of in-kitchen w/lots of storage. Dual pane work, roof does not leak, 4 bedroom, windows, reroof in 2013. Screened porch 2 bath, private well & septic, no appliances w/beautiful view of backyard. #711174 or outside A/C unit. On .40 acres #702483
$54,900 PRICE REDUCED TO $19,900
CLASSIC ELEGANCE UNSPOILED NATURE
J French Country Estate on 6 acre MOL in desirable location close to Inverness. Secluded 80+ acre farm close to Crystal River. Rolling pastures, lush meadows,
4,078 sq. ft. of luxury living space w/all the high end finishes you desire: ponds, mature oak trees. 2 spacious and luxuriously remodeled cottages are CRYSTAL RIVER -l 1983 Champion CITRUS SPRINGS Open & bright gourmet kitchen, family room, pool w/waterfall & spa, deck, 3 car garage, plus carefully positioned in a beautiful setting for maximum privacy. PIs visit
SW M/H on small fully fenced lot on 3 bedroom, 2 bath w/family room & sep. 6 car gar., office & apartment. PIs visit www.MvCitrusCountvEstate.com for www.mcrvstalriverfarm.com for an interactive tour.
paved road, 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, screen 12x16 patio. Large kitchen opens to an interactivetour.$739,000 $800,000
porch, gas range & refrigerator, one wall dining/family rooms & living room.
A/C & heat by gas central furnace. Ceramic tile floors throughout. #708256
#710929 $19,900 REDUCED TO $115,500
~H IGH'VIEW ESTATES
QUIET COUNTRY SETTING GOSPEL ISLAND STATELY RIVERFRONT RETREAT Citrus Hills
G I Well appointed 3/2/2 Royal Coachman, open floor Spacious 3/2/1 home on 2 lots no Elegant 5000+ sq. ft. estate on 1.85ac. high Beautiful 2004 Avanzini Model, nicely
A R T H plan, high clings, situated on 51 acre w/ floodzone! Beautiful kitchen w/custom overtheWithlacoochee River amazing views! treed 1 ac lot. High ceilings, fireplace
I1i iOi r1a CRYSTAL RIVER Commercial scattered trees, fenced &gated, RVHookUp, wood cabinets, air conditioned sun Park like setting, pool, dock w/deep water, no eat in kitchen, large master w netted tub
coer in en Acres 3 bedroom 2 bath, opportunity in nursery, wholesale; fencing shed Close to everything Lake Rousseau, boat room. Carport & huge workshop. Large bridges bring your large sailboat Please & huge walkin shower, nice private lanai
dual panic alls, open & & landscaping sales, also 5 acres totally ramps, Gulf of Mexico, US19, hospital & medical fenced backyard w/fruit trees. visit www.riverronthomefl.com for more info. just the right size w/tons of upgrades
bri lt ii iig + family n. fenced, plants, office, equipment, faciitiesallatyourfingertips. $205,000 $ 99,900 $499,000 $189,900
Partially ingrnd poolw/ ..s.ree dlanai. Lg greenhouse & samples of fence work. REALTOR
stoageshei ge #70899 120,000 #704193 $300,000
Cell: (352) 220-0466
PERFECT HOME AWAY FROM HOME! FASCINATING RIVER VIEWS DESIRABLE CYPRESS
Admirable 2/2.5 cottage w/carp. on 3/2 home built 2007 on 13 acres on POINT O WOODS VILLAGE LOCATION!
DUNNELLON 1998 Nobility D/W M/ LECANTO 2 separate parcels total of deep canal overlooking Flying Eagle the banks of the Withlacoochee Nicely remodeled 2/2/2 home on Elegant 3/2/2 pool home on quiet
H w/ 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, on 2.5 acres. 3 mobile homes uildings, center o Preserve. Well maintained, offers across from Half Moon Gum Slough elevated corner lot no flood zone. cul-de sac. Family room w/wood beams
Master bath garden tub w/dbl vanity & county, 1 well 2 septics, appointment Investors Realty metal roof, bonus room, sunroom & Preserve! HW floors, fireplace, cherry Nice modern kitchen, living/dining & fireplace. Open kitchen w/eating;
shower. County kitchen, vaulted ceilings, only. One rented for $450/ mo. #703819 huge overed porch. Sit on yr deck or cabinets & granite counters are just a w/laminate flooring, large Florida formal dining & living room, master suite
16x20 workshop w/electric, inside $106,000 Of Citrus County, Inc. dock & fish, watch wildlife, or just few details, room, a covered porch. w/garden tub & large shower. New roof
laundry. #703976 $55,000 Visit nrywebsite at: www.mnryflorida-house.comn relax& enjoy theviews! $139,000 $489,000 $93,000 in 2008, A/C in2010! $165,000
Cimus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 2014 E5
Average 30-year mortgage rate at 4.17 percent
Associated Press available to buy Sales of new tional Association of Home
homes are running about half Builders/Wells Fargo builder WASHINGTON Average the rate of a healthy housing sentiment index for June U.S. rates on fixed mortgages market. showed Monday
eased slightly this week, re- Reflecting the struggle for Mortgage rates are about a maining near historic lows. many Americans to afford quarter of a percentage point Mortgage buyer Freddie new houses, data issued Tues- higher than they were at the Mac said Thursday the aver- day by the Commerce Depart- same time last year The inage rate for a 30-year loan de- ment showed that the pace of crease in rates over the past lined to 4.17 percent from U.S. home construction year or so was driven in part
4.20 percent last week. The slipped in May Builders by speculation that the Fedaverage for the 15-year mort- started work at a seasonally- eral Reserve would reduce its gage dipped to 3.30 percent adjusted yearly rate on 1.01 bond purchases, which have from 3.31 percent. million homes, down 6.5 per- helped keep long-term interRising prices and higher in- cent from 1.07 million in est rates low Indeed, the Fed terest rates beginning in mid- April. has announced five declines
2013 have made homes less And U.S. homebuilders are in its monthly bond purchases
affordable for would-be buy- feeling more confident about since December because the ers. At the same time, a lim- the housing market but don't ited supply of homes is think it is healthy yet, the Na- See LOANS/Page E7
Kirk & Amanda Johnson Tom Balfour Yvonne Jenkins
BROKER REALTOR, GRI REALTOR REALTOR Free Home PriceAnalysis
4349 5.OAAK941 W. CORRAL PL. 6082 N. LAMIP POST DR.
A sign hangs in front of a new home for sale in Riverview, Rorida. 43297 43710528 $22 00C 0 20 6
4/3/ 7036 3519 423 7152 $292,000 3/2/3 710812 $269,9007
"Nancy Knows Sugarmill Woods"' (D
Diet 5-3-25N: 4723 N BUTTERNUIT i 299S. SCHOOL "'1 24WTALL OAKS DR
# /TORIN 32 7038 $239,900 22709101 0 $189900
PONTICOS M-M KEY REALTYINC 1
EMn P u8015 S. Suncoast Blvd.,
oMulti-Million $$$ Producer -2k Homosassa, FL 382-1700 968 & 971 E. BRADFORD, HOLDER 3487 N TWAIN 5824 N IRVING PARK
708928 $189,900 4/2/2 708846 $169,900 3/2/ 7232 $164,500
5518 N ELKCAM 10261 N. HARBOR 6560 N. DELTONA
322 0645 $149000 3/2/2 709560 $129,900 322 710107 $125,900
14 SPECEBERRY CIRCLE 15 PAGODA DR. 11 JUNGLEPLUM CT W
9 Meticulously Maintained 9 Sweetwater Driftwood 9 POOL OVERVIEW 490 W. LARCHMONT 1974WAL HAMBRA
O New Conian & Wood Kitchen Brand New Granite Kitchen 9 Open Floor Plan 7$109,900 22 710252 $109,0 00 3// 077$108,000
@ Glass Florida Room Gas Range Beautifully Landscaped I
2 112 Garage with Workbench Fireplace Cathedral Great Room
o Large Walk-In Shower 43 x 12 Veranda Conan &Wood Kitchen
0Q $147,500 MLS#711043 $229,000 MLS#710144 $165,000 MLS#711215 524W. JADEWOOD 200 S. DAVIS 89 S. LEE 9 DANIEL
2/2/1 709441 $92,500 21.5/2 709823 $59,900 2/2/1 710906 $49,900 2/1 5 709482 $44,900
La e my virtual toNrs e 3521 N. LECANTO HWY., BEVERLY HILLS, FL 34465
E6 SUNDAY JUNE 22, 2014 CiTRus CoUiTY (FL) CHRONICLE
HOMEFRONT Septic maintenance
HomelFront is a weeklyreal estate section
published Sundays in the Citrus County Chronicle.
Newspaper and Online advertising information ... 352-563-5592 he maintenance of owning a home ally, routine maintenance is what is best ............................................ firstname.lastname@example.org can be a daunting task for many At for the environment; untreated wasteClassified advertising information ..................... 352-563-5966 J. any given moment, acci- water can become a health
dents can occur costing the hazard for your family, neighNews information ......................352-563-5660 homeowner thousands in un- borhood and community
.............................................. email@example.com planned expenses. Preventa- Maintaining your septic sysOnline real estate listing ........ www.ChronicleHomeFinder.com tive maintenance of your tem is more than routine septic system is not only envi- pumping. Daily management
"The market leader in real estate information" ronmentally responsible it can produce long-term positive
can keep dollars in your results for the overall health of
C ............. pocket your system.
The septic tank system is a Here are a few simple tips Icelandic touch
critical part of any home. By your household can use to aid PAGE ES
HOMEFRONT'S REAL ESTATE DIGEST using natural processes, the in the upkeep of your septic Jane Weber
0 Submit information for Real Estate Digest via e-mail wastewater generated within Brandon system: PAGE E9
S to ndesf hro non ne com rate Di sto 3 ethe home is treated and dis- Buckingham E Know the exact location of
to newsdesk@chrnion line.com or fax to 352- posed of. Working in conjunc- GUEST your septic system. If you are Curbside gardens
563-3280, attention HomeFront. tion with the drain field, the COLUMN unaware, contact the county PAGE E14
News notes submitted without photos will not be septic system filters and treats health department for a copy Real Estate Digest
reprinted if the photo is provided later. the waste before it reaches the of your septic system permit
Email high-resolution JPEG (.jpg) photos to groundwater Regular pumping of the to give you an approximate location PAGE E3
firstname.lastname@example.org, attn: HomeFront. septic tank is imperative to ensure proper of the tank.
Digest photos are kept on file for future use. operation. U Practice water conservation. The For current property translesser the amount of wastewater going actions, use the search fea" The Chronicle reserves the right to edit news notes Septic system maintenance has multi- into your system, the easier it has to work. tures on the website for the for space and/or clarity. ple benefits. Most importantly, it is the Repair leaky faucets and toilets. Citrus County Property
For details, call the newsroom at 352-563-5660. cheapest and most effective way to keep Appraiser's Office: www.pa.
your system running efficiently Addition- See SEPTIC/Page E7 citrusfus.
Goebel Company was famous for Hummel figurines
ear John: Some time ago produced the world famous Hum- a firewood cove. My wife sugmy wife and I found this mel figurines during the 20th cen- gested maybe somebody wants to curio in a yard sale for my tury They also produced figurines save or restore them. They are 3 mother When she that looked similar foot by 8 foot panels. I can send
passed, we got it back to their original photos if it is worth the effort. I
and tried to find out Hummels. D. W, Internet
more about it. Current market inter- Dear D.W.: Advertising memoraIt bears the mark of est in Goebel figurines bilia covers a wide range of prodGoebel, W Germany. It 4 and original Hummels ucts. I suspect a large number of
is 3 inches long and 4 has gone flat. The our readers remember Col.
inches high and ap- younger generation has Sanders's Kentucky Fried Chicken,
pears to be a little boy no interest. Potential which is now simply KFC.
dressed in black carry- dollar value is In the vintage advertising coling a coil of hose and a catch-as-catch-can. lector world, Col. Sanders is low ....
ladder with a clock in John Sikorski Dear John: I listen to
his right hand. He rides SIKORSKI'S your program and enjoy See AlTIC/Page E13
a pink pig. It has no your insight. I could use This figurine was manufactured by
chips or repairs. A'rrlc help deciding what to the Goebel Company in Germany,
I looked in some do with some old metal which manufactured the Hummel
books but cannot find it. Can you barn roof panels with large hand- figurines as well as its own .
give me some information on its painted advertising for Inverness designs. The market for original worth? -C.S., Inverness Kentucky Fried Chicken. The pan- Goebel figurines is flat, as
Dear C.S.: You have a figurine els are galvanized, but the paint is younger collectors have shown i ilo
made by the Goebel Company in rough and in weak shape. little interest.
Germany The Goebel Company I want to use the panels to make Special to the Chronicle
CiTus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 2014 E7
SEPTIC Don't use a garbage GOT A NEWS TIP?
Continued from Pa ES disposal system. The Chronicle welcomes tips from readers about breaking news. Call the newsroom at
352-563-5660, and be prepared to give your name, phone number, and the address of the
Disposal systems news event. To submit story ideas for feature sections, call 352-563-5660 and ask for
0 To optimize the productivity of Cindy Connolly. Again, be prepared to leave a detailed message.
the system, limit surface water from increase the amount
accumulating near it.
0 Keep detailed accounts of any of solids in a system septic repairs or treatments. If by up to 50 percent,
you sell your home, share the
information with the next have your system pumped. Prudential 4010 OPEN 7 DAYS
homeowners. have~ you system pumped
In addition, avoid the following Following these simple tips can Florida Showcase /"e .. A W EEK
practices to keep your system have a lasting impact on the Properties ZeeaiE
ating at its fullest potential: health of your home, the longevity
0 Don't put septic tank additives of your septic system and will en- OPEN HOUSE SUN 13PM OPEN HOUSE SUN 13PM OPEN HOUSE SUN 12-3PM
in your system. Naturally occurring sure the quality of life in our bacteria in the wastewater is suffi- community. .................
cient to treat the system. wu9tf ML0 ,0N n u
0 Don't flush or pour poisons or 048W Lake ML710500 S334,900U'iewandi
household chemicals down your Brandon Buckingham is a third- RU e MLS 711079 338000 Hardly lived in 3/2/2 perfectly maintained MLS70542 S239,950
REDUCED & ready to sell! 3/2/2 enhanced Skyview Villa. Beautiful custom built 3/2/2 w/pool
drains, generation owner/operator of a with upgrades. DIR: Main gate at Terra Vista; take a family room.
Never drive over your system septictankbusiness, Advanced DIR.jTerra Vista entrancetorightonFenway, Left right on FenwayDr, left on Bogey Pt., DIR: From 486 So on Annapolis toLefton
on Lake Maie, Right on Skyiew Landing, Left on right on Skyview Landings Dr., Home Liberty to Right on SpendA Buck, Home and drain field. Compacting the soil Septic. He owns Sodium Fishing Wisper LeftonLake Valley Homeon Right on right, on eft.
around the system is harmful. Gear and works for the Citrus Maria Fleming 352-212-4058 Maria Fleming 352-422-1976 Mat Robinson 352-502-3501
0 Don't use a garbage disposal sys- County Fire Department. He volun- OPEN HOUSE SUN 2-4PM OPEN HOUSE SUN 1-3PM OPEN HOUSE SUN 12-2PM
tem. Disposal systems increase the teers with a number of organiza- -akeat________________amount of solids in a system by up to tions, including One Rake at a 50 percent, increasing the need to Time and Ha bitat For Humanity
to 4842 N Crestline Dr l029S hanc WayMLS 710320 $199,900 V MLS 710631 $190,000 785 E Keller Ct
known as points, which most bor- Many upgrades in this beautiful 3/2/2 Like new3/2/2w/fireplace, privateyard MLS 707988 $285,000
rowrsmus py o gt he owstwith pool. Must see. + much more. Custom built 3/3/2 w/pool
LOA N 5 rowers must pay to get the lowest DIR: Forest Ridge Blvd, left on N. Hollow DIR: 486, go south on Annapolis take left Oaks Golf Course.
rates. One point equals 1 percent of Ridge Dr., becomes N. Crestline Drive. on Hartford, take right on Chance Way DIR: Hwy 486 to South on Citrus Hills Blvd., House on left. House on Left. Left on Keller Ct
Continued from Page E5 the loan amount. Jack Fleming 352-422-4086 Maria Fleming 352-422-1976 Helen Forte 352-220-4764
The average fee for a 30-year ........
economy appears to be steadily mortgage was unchanged from a
healing. But the Fed has no plans to week earlier at 0.6 point. The fee for raise its benchmark short-term rate a 15-year loan also was steady, at from record lows. 0.5 point.
After the central bank ended a The average rate on a one-year
two-day policy meeting, Fed Chair adjustable-rate loan ticked up to Janet Yellen sent the message 2.41 percent from 2.40 percent. The Wednesday that the economy still average fee remained at 0.4 point. )LS 18299,000sML708531 00 P MLS 709873 $160,000
3/3/3 + den w/pool and hot tub. Golf Cottage home,.well maintained & Large, bright 3/2.5/2 home with isnMt healthy enough to grow at a con- The average rate on a five-year WinwarModel. spaco, family room.
sistently strong pace without the adjustable mortgage fell to 3.00 per- Mark Casper 352-364-1947 Jodie Trace Holder 352-302-2036 Dick Hildebrandt 352-586-0478 Fed's help. cent from 3.05 percent. The fee was
Yellen made clear that despite a stable at 0.4 point.
steadily improving job market and I W
signs of creeping inflation, the Fed 7
sees no need to raise short-term in- Jack Gffney Jason Gafney
R-t A HOUSE: Realtore L
terest rates from record lows any- 30 7 LDNae 87.9o
time soon. 7660 TAKYUTOORVTEAS A
Tte soon.n Mac surve REALTY, 5 BEVERLY HILLS BLVD.
To~~~ti caclt3vrg otae824 W Northc rest Ct. 791 E Hartford St 292B
rates, Freddie Mac surveys lenders f 1644 W ring Meadow MLS 710763 $109,000 MLS 709858 $75,000
MLS 706531 $115,000 Spacious 3/2/2 in great friendly Beautifully furnished, remodeled 3/2.5 CP across the country between Monday Move-in-condition 3/2 corner townhome. community. condo in Greenbriar.
and Wednesday each week. The av- Mark Casper 352-364-1947 Florence Cleary 352-634-5523 Florence Cleary 352-634-5523
erage doesn't include extra fees, PINE RIDGE -0 CITRUS HILLS
'A. CitrusCounty 1481 W. Pine Ridge Blvd. 20W. Norvell Bryant Hwy.
Drea eam Beverly Hills, FL 34465 Hernando, FL 34442
j g r n 218 S. Fillmore Cute as a Button. (352) 527-1820 (352) 746-0744
2/2/2 split plan featuring glassed enclosed Florida 2013 BRER Affiliates LLC. An independently owned and operated broker member of BRER Affiliates LLC. Prudential, the Prudential room, breakfast bar in kitchen. Master has double Llogo and the Rock symbol are registered service marks of Prudential Financial, Inc. and its related entities, reg steered in many closets with nice large shower. Nicely landscaped. jurisdictions worldwide. Used under license with no other affiliation of Prudential. Equal Housing Opportunity.
*Home being Sold "As-Is" with right to inspect. Come
make this house your home! -. 0 l -r 1" Sh o S 6 r--- S
ES SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 2014 CITRUS CouNTY (FL) CHRONICLE
A taste of Iceland
Raven pillows from Sveinbjorg.is.
Sveinbjorg Hallgrimsdottir's folk
art style woodblock prints of
berries, birds, branches and !
ravens are printed on birch trays,
pillows and blankets. Icelandic
designers find inspiration in the
stunning natural flora and fauna of
Rugged island a source ofinspiring design touches
Kim CooK and we've taken steps to de- The country's signature
Associated Press velop the industry as a sheep's-wool sweater is
whole," says Sari Peltonen, known as lopapeysa; the B eing a small, spokeswoman for the Ice- wool has two layers, making
sparsely populated landic Design Center The it light, airy and water-resisisland nudged up first national design policy tant. You can find not only
against the edge of was published this spring, the sweater but its Nordic the Arctic Circle hasn't and the Iceland Academy of yoke pattern on porcelain stopped Iceland from nur- the Arts gave its first mas- mugs, candles, even paper turing a rich and varied de- ter's degrees in design. napkins. (wwwalafoss.is; sign industry Peltonen says much of wwwnammi.is)
While Viking runes, vin- modern Icelandic design Gerdur Gudmundsdottir tage Northern architecture speaks to the island's uses the sheeps' skins to and eons-old natural ele- rugged geography, history make sheared stools and ments inspire much of the and folklore (full of epic shaggy benches; Sigurdur Associated Press
country's design and craft sagas and tales of magical Fjola Karls, left, and her mother, designer Sveinbjorg Hallgrimsdottir at the Sveinwork, "the field is young, wee folk). See END/Page E10 biorg company's shop in Akureyri, Iceland.
CiTus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 2014 E9
T here are about 450 throughout Florida.
species of Vaccinium American Cranberry, V native to the North- macrocarpon, needs a
ern Hemisphere from the long, cold winter in zones arctic to the tropics. Vac- 2-9. It does not grow in ciniums are Florida wincommonly ters are not cold
called blueberry, or long enough
cranberry, deer- and summers
berry, bilberry, are too hot. ...
huckleberry, Cranberries 4
sparkleberry or form a groundwhortleberry All hugging mat of
are edible; some interlocking
are sweeter or stems in wet
tarter than oth- bogs in the
ers. Full of mi- Jane Weber northeast. JANE WEBER/Special to the Chronicle IOAR'IIN .
cronutrients and JANE'S In Florida, Blueberry, cranberry, deerberry, bilberry, huckleberry, Jm A i
antioxidants, Va c ci n i u m sparkleberry or whortleberry? Whatever you call them, P referre d
some are grown GARDEN prefers well- they boast 450 species in the Northern Hemisphere, RET
commercially drained but many of which can be used in jams, preserves, juices and L.REAL ,STATE
for their small fruits coy- moist, humus-rich soil that baked goods. The fruits are an especially rich source of M
ered with a waxy bloom. is very acidic, pH 5.5 to 4.5. antioxidants, and many varieties adapt well to the BrokerAssociate 352-270-3255 www.prefin.net
Shiny Blueberry, V Commercial varieties climate of Central Florida. GE I
myrsinites, is prevalent in flower best and produce the Sandhills ecosystem more fruit in full sun but from Brooksville to are tolerant of high fil- Jackie D avis
Gainsville, zones 8-10, is an tered shade, such as under American Realty & Investments 3"
evergreen, understory Longleaf Pine trees. OEM 117 S. Hwy. 41 Inverness, FL
shrub that forms colonies Two cultivated blueber- ERA (352) 634-2371 Cell
from underground run- ries readily available in ..........E email@example.com 228 Pleasant Grove Rd. 224 Pleasant Grove Rd.
ners. It is a critical food Florida are Southern For a Visual Tour of my listings and all MLS: bidavis com Inverness Inverness
source1111 for11 birds and n i b V 1 1or1bsu s 1* 1 s s s s1 Fully occupied. Great Investment Fully occupied. Nice 4 family with source for birds and native Highbush, V corymbosum opportunity Nice 4 family with 2 2 bedrooms in each unit Close to
wildlife. Shiny Blueberry and Rabbiteye, V vigatum. COUNTRY STYLE WITH A FLAIR bedrooms n each un Close to Hospitals and shopping Coinnop Laundry
is disease- and pest-free, Neither are self-fruitful, so Built in 2006,3 bdrm, 2.5 baths Hospon site. Off street parking. Can be
needs no supplemental ir- you need two varieties of Office plus bonus room on site. Off street parking. Can be on site 22 Pleanan be
ligation after establish- .Wood floors, stone fireplace purchased with 224 Pleasant Grove purchased wh 228 Pleasan Grove
me t sSe Hickory cabinets, Corian counters Priced at $149,900. Priced at $170,000
meant and is frost-hardy SeeA /Page E14 .Surround sound system
Wired for generator
ASolar heated POOL
ere Fo Yu 32 Lanai w/half bath, shower
KLOn an acre, Citrus Hills membership
GAIL$259,000 MLS 709826 Multi-Million Dollar Realtor
REALTY Multimillion Dollar Realtor ARCHITECTURALLY cel: 4224620
(352) 634-4346 EXCITING ERA Office: 382-1700 A t
Office: (352) 382-1700 3 Bedrooms, 2.5 baths
E-mail me: firstname.lastname@example.org 3-Car garage
PLUS 1 bedroom, bath, guest suite
3-Zone C/H/A tt: : .
$249,000 MLS 708393
WIDE OPEN VIEW
28 SPECEIBERRY COURT 33 BUMELIA COURTOFLKDAI
Custom built 3/2/2 heated pool home Custom built with 12 rooms 3 B, 2BA, 2-car gar
Perfect Southern rear exposure 3+offlce/2/3 set on .59 acre 3
Dual paned windows and sliding doors Overooks the #1 fairway on the Pine course Lg picture window keeps view in 54 CYPRESS BLVD. W 18 JAMAICA ST. Oversized tiled dining room Remodeled kitchen newer appliances sight ONE-OF-KIND CONTEMPORARY REMODELED INSIDE AND OUT
Built-in buffet for serving Oversized side entry 3-car garage Heated POOL, screened lanai 3/2/J2 Estate lot on GC 2/2//2 2 Story villa
Built-in sound system in vaulted living room New roof in 2011 -well for irrigation C/H/A is 3 yrs old Huge lanai New tile & SS appl New roof & siding New bathrooms
Spacious laundry with tons of storage AC/heat replaced in 2006 Near Inverness Golf & Country's Stone fireplace Large family room New floors New paint
Home warranty for buyers New sprnkler system in 2014 c rNew sprinkler sys. Furniture available Screened porch On golf course
#708734 $176,000 #710083 $149,900 course #709868 $178,900 #708977 $119,900
--S e_ e._ V i rt u a l 'T ,o 'u r -s @ ,,.www _. l h m e .... 6.. .. , ,. $ 16 0 0 0 0 M LS 707670 w lis.. t eLr lt i g. c om4 ,.,. .
E10 SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 2014 CITRus CouNTY (FL) CHRONICLE
1% L I early voyager brought three sights around the countryside Design studio Lagdur creates "A
ICE LAND ravens with him; one flew ahead now, and designers use the im- evocative photo-printed pillow
to help find safe passage to Ice- ages of these trees frequently covers of ptarmigan, fish, IceContinuedfromPape .8 land. The raven has been a corn- American transplant Ellen landic horses and other scenes
mon design motif here ever Tyler has designed a pendant from nature. (wwwalafoss.is) Mar Helgason's cozy Fuzzy Stool since, lamp out of steel, brush-stroked Volcanoes are part of Icealso utilizes the sheep's lank Ingiborg Hanna uses the to evoke ice crystals, with a land's landscape, and there are
white or black hair raven on hangers and hooks. She birch screen that casts tree- lots of creative uses of their im(www.epal.is; www.kraum.is) also makes a plywood coat rack shadow patterns. (wwweltyler agery and raw materials, such as
Ragnheidur Osp Sigurdadottir, in the shape of reindeer antlers, d e s i g n. w o r d p r e s s. c o m / jewelry made of honed lava who works under the name the "Not Rudolf" (www treelineseries) stone. Secret North's Lava Cube
Umemi, has had a hit with her reykjavikcorerstore.com) Katrin Olina Petursdottir and of Fire is a small, portable fireNotKnot, a soft sculpture made Deforestation by farmers and Michael Young craft their place made of lava. It burns
of stuffed knitted tubes. At once a the erosive effects of cold spells "Tree" coat rack out of lac- smokeless ethanol. (www o
piece of art and a squooshy pil- and volcanic eruptions left Ice- quered or veneered MDF icelanddesign.is)
low, the NotKnot comes in a vari- land fairly tree-free for many (medium-density fibreboard), Anna Mikaelsdottir's ceramic
ety of colors and configurations. generations. There were some the spare branches evoking a candleholder has a cutout in the
(www.umemi.com) small, stunted trees that could winter landscape. (www shape of Iceland and holds ash
"The inspiration originally survive the icy north winds. An icelandicmarketcom) from 2010's eruption of EyjafJal- IJ
came from scout knotting," she old Nordic joke says that if you And Sveinbjorg Hallgrimsdot- lajokull. (www.designoficeland.is)
says. "I've been fascinated by are trying to find your way out of tir designs woodblock prints fea- Gudny Hafsteinsdottir offers
knots, the process of knotting an Icelandic forest just stand up. turing branches, birds and her Skarfur collection of bowls
and their purpose for some time An afforestation effort in the berries; her designs can be had and vessels with sooty, matte Associated Press
now" 20th century has made birch, on birch trays, pillows and blan- black exteriors and a fiery inte- A "Garden Party birch tray from
According to an old saga, an poplar, aspen and larch common kets. (www.sveinbjorg.is) rior glaze. (www.gudnyhaf.is) Sveinbjorg.is.
Terra Vista Realty Group, LLC Office in the
2400 North Terra Vista Blvd., Hernando, Florida 34442 Terra Vista
Te n-a V____&_BrentwodResales(352) 746-6121 0 (800) 323-7703 Welcome Center
R EALTY G RO U P w wTrait eat ropcm ICARL MANUCCI 352-302-9787 SUSAN MULLEN 352-422-2133. VICTORIA FRANKLIN 352-427-3777
VILLA, 3 BED,
2 BATH, 2-CAR, 7
This well thought out
Offers comfortable,. ti ~affordable living in one DETACHED VILLA, 3 BED, 2 BATH, 2-CAR, BRENTWOOD VILLAS of Floda's Premier
NEW 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, 2 CAR GARAGE BRENTWOOD MAINTENANCE-FREE HOME. Lifestyle Communes, Terra Vista of Citrus Hlls. Situated in the "maintenance-free" village of DETACHED VILLA, 2 BED, 2 BATH, 2-CAR, HILLSIDE VILLAS
Absolutely beautiful, with many upgrades including custom ood cabinet, granite DETACHED VILLA, 2 BED, 2 BATH, 2-CAR, WOODVIEW VILLAS Wdiew the home offers an open great room plan, spacious kitchen with wood cabinets an Situated abutting open space in the rear this "maintenance-free" home offers an open counterto ps, stainless steel a ppiances, tle floors and energy efficient comfort. Great room Imma culate detached villa in gated community of Terra Vista. Great solid surface counters, expanded owners suite with lots of closet space and a spacious bath, great room plan with a formal dining area, spacious kitchen with wood cabinets and floor plan, screened in lanai a no beautiful golf cou rse view. If you are looking for a carefree room open to kitchen & nice size dining area. Situated on a preserve guest bedroom, en & a private ana. The home has been impeccably maintained, by the original solid surface counters, owner's suite, guest room PLUS a der3rd bedroom, enclosed hoe, wit the country club lifestyle of the premiere Citrus Hlls Country Club social home site offering privacy with a beautiful backyard view from either owner, both inside &out and shows thatway.. ust move in. A of this PLUS the COMFORTABLE lanai for year round use. The home has been impeccably maintainedl. Be sure to put it mem ersn is a MUST SEEI MLS 710654 ....................................................... $217,900 inside or from the expanded lanai. M LS 708400 ..................... $224,900 LIFESTYLE that Terra Vista provides. 710892 ................................................................. $233,900 on your "MUST SEE" You will not be disappointed! MLS #709734 ............. $ 249,900
SINGLE FAMILY HOME, 3 BED, 2.5 BATH, 2-CAR, FOXFIRE
..S. .SINGLE FAMILY HOME, 4 BED, 3 BATH, 2.5-CAR, BELLAMY RIDGE
Luxury and storage! With over 3600 square feet of gorgeously appointed living space thisSIGEFMLHO ,4BD,3AT,25ARBLAYRDE
DETACHED VILLA, 3 BED, 3 BATH, 2-CAR, HILLSIDE VILLAS home has all the options. The tall cherry cabinets, Conan countertops, SS appliances and Stu nningly beautiful 4/312.5 Michael Angelo model with custom changes allowing for a more
Don't miss this exception value in Terra Vista. This always popular Windward model has walk-in butler pantry make this gourmet kitchen the envy of every cook. The massive formal SINGLE FAMILY HOME, 4 BED, 2.5 BATH, 3-CAR, HILLSIDE SOUTH open feel. Situated on a private, amazingly la ndsca ped ot at the end of a cul-de-sac in been customized to include a second owner's suite plus a guest room and a den. The home living area is perfect for entertaining with beautiful Canadian Birch hardwood flooring Custom designed beautiful residence in the premier community of Terra Vista. Bellamy Ri ge. Heated Pool with waterfall feature. Custom designed fish pond complete with has had 1 owner and is well maintained. Located near the front gate... the location offers which carries through to the spacious family room. Large master suite w/sitting area & Enhanced with the right upgrades such as tile floors, maplewood cabinetry, water fountain. Exterior stone. Brick paver drive way, entrance and pool deck. Golf cart easy access to shopping. Come and enjoy life in one of Florida's Premier Lifestyle TWO walk-in closets, split floor plan, guest bedrooms with direct bath access & huge walk fireplace, crown molding,double pane windows,tile roof, expanded paver lanai garage. Private well for irrigation. This home is immaculate inside and out. Granite Communities. The home is located in a care-free village allowing you plenty of leisure time in closets. A beautiful terrace garden and an oversized 2-car garage with a separate golf and driveway,custom window treatments and many more. Expansive view on a countertops. 42" staggered wood kitchen ca binets. Siding doors through hout the home to enjoy allthat is to offer. Make this a home a MUST SEE. MLS 709464 ..........$259,900 cart entrance complete this fabulous home. MLS 700959 ..................................... $422,900 premium Skyview Golf Course Homesite. MLS 707842 ............................. $439,000 allowing for maximum ig ht. Custom Armstrong flooring. MLS 706244 ................... $679,000
aT9ras 6 Mos or More
'e r it Br n w o Renals Soca Mebrsi gnlue wit a-aRntl
3 BED, 2.5 BATH, a
Beautiful corner unit townhouse in gated community. Located
across from the
community pool. Social membership to Citrus Hills included... Enjoy
the exercise rooms, DETACHED VILLA, 2 BED, 2 BATH, 2-CAR, BRENTWOOD VILLAS
olympic-size pool, Unfurnished home on the Brentwood Golf Course. Fully-maintained DETACHED VILLA, 2 BED, 2 BATH, 2-CAR, LAKEVIEW VILLAS
tennis, golf and top of DETACHED VILLA, 2 BED, 2 BATH, 2-CAR, WOODVIEW VILLAS neighborhood, beautifully landscaped, professionally color coordinated. Volume Beautiful maintenance-free, fully-furnished villa in Terra Vista. Bright and open
the line restaurants. Maintenance free fully furnished villa in Terra Vista. Ready to move ceiling and 8' sliding glass doors provide spacious feel. Energy-efficient tankless floor plan. Very open and spacious living area. Great for everyday living and
#1638 ................ $1,200 < into. Social membership included. #3102 .................................... $1,400 hotwater heater. Social Membership included. #3499 ................................ $1,400 entertaining. Close to all ofthe amenities. Move-in ready! #3296 ........... $1,5OO
CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 2014 E11
STo place an ad, call 563-5966
PU BLIS HE R'S
ieds Al real estate
Real Estate Class eds ad ertisn in his
REtlnewspaper is subject
.to Fair Housing Act
Classifieds In Print which makes it llega
to advertise "any
andl. based on race, color,
religion, sex, handicap, familial status or
national origin, or an
O nlin e intention,
to make such preference, limitation or
discrimination." Familial status includes
Children under the age
of 18 living with
T he T im e parents or legal custodians, pregnant
women and people
FI POLE! 1 T ll r 8 I 3/1Ddo ublewide 21e edom, I bt., h*l n securing custody of
children under 18.
nThis newspaper will
any advertising for
real estate which is in
BRING YOUR SAVE, SAVE, SAVE, Quiet area in LECANTO violation of the law.
$3I0N0$10 Lake Panasoffkee NEAR NEW WALMART Our readers are
our huge lot model 3/2 Doublewide A_,,, em 2 bedroom, 2 bath. hereby informed that
sale going on now. on corner lot 4 acre Large,clean, cent. h/a, all dwellings adverOnly 3 left! Call mol, nice storage w/d hookup, screened tised in this newspaOnlyAC 3och left! Call $550~) 3-3
Taylor Made Homes shed big oak tree porch, $550 mo.+ $550 per are available on
Call (352) 621-9181 off CR 429 RENTAL MANAGEMENT security 352-257-3473 an equal opportunity
New Homes from Lake Panasoffkee REALTY, INC. f basis. To complain of
$40.00 per sq. ft. Reduced to $54,995. SEABREEZE Hernando discrimination call
SELLER FINANCING 352-795-7368 MANOR Lake Cottages HUD toll-free at
Call 352-726-4009 CRYSTAL RIVER RESenior Citizens 1 bd/lba, beautiful 1-800-669-9777.
INVERNESS, FL $675 W. Cleveland R E A Disabled or Handi- old Florida cottages! The toll-free telephone
2/1/1- Overko so ft.ME capped. Rent based $550. (352) 341-2724 number for the
55+ park on lake w/5 S 1000 11110 W. Sunnybrook on income. hearing impaired is
EEUIWE U1 -800-927-9275.
piers, clubhouse and WESTWOOD ACRES 3/2/2parlly fumishedhome n ano Applications DEB
muhmoe ON 3br 2 768S 3/2___ N ED D! now accepted RetHo ssTOP N
imuchl grass cuttiRen 3/2 WATERFRONT, O3 bdrm2AC17682 ba 3/2Q HOMOSASSA NEE E now &accepted. THOMPSON
and your water DOUBLEWIDE FT-MORE INFOAT $2000 715 S.CurryPt. QUALIFIEDTENANTSWAITING for 2 Bei m. t Ong
androom, wath $75.900. units with carpeting, wae erOne call away for fu0,
*k 1 bedroom, 1 bath ZILOW.COM 9515 W Beadu2strP0hmv~ 5bedr00ms
$450. 10480 S. McClung Lp. MIDLAND LN CR $1300 60xhornC E. 352-637-3800 custom cabinets, LECANTO your buying and ooRIW
2 bedroom, 1 bath OWNER FINANCING $65,000. TERRY AT Niep hmein Sugarmi Woods _sn s central air & heat, Black Diamond Villa selling needs.
$475. $525. Agent (352) 382 -1000 352-6971tv8 $00481 S. Dtwoo W.y o e, refrigerator & 3/2/2, lai, pest, Realtor that you can
Pets considered and 3/2/2,1584 sq. ft. additional outside water, basic cable refer so your FOr Sale ,,
section 8 is accepted. rueo F. storage with patio. included, $1,100/ mo, family and friends.
Call 800-747-4283 c HERNANDO 37 Seabreeze Dr., 352-613-3014 Service with a smile
For Details! CRYSTAL RIVER Inglis. Call seven days SELL YOUR
$ meda i on C600 1057 249ow(on D3)0 57OSAA BREN (352) 447-0277-TDD a weekNV/LL
2I Mobile in Hill & Dle suivision Fully Furnished A m I-s pi etHOME
FLORAL CITY 4/2 Doublewide 3 Bedrm., 2 Full Baths $675 6315 N. Shorewood Dr. Studio Efficiency Parsley Real Estate IN THE
211, $400.,mo. Pet OK. on 1 Plus Acres, MOL 55 + park, glass end. Cozy2 bedromon waterwith dock w/equipped kit. All RI nt Deb Thompson
Rent to Own Fireplace Glamou F. Rm 9 x 38 ft., $1600 215W.MkkyMantlePath util., cable, Inte ne & 352-634-2656
(352) 422-3670 Bth. large wakn newer washer & 4 drum.p homein Terraita ngolf0urse cleaning po ded resdeb(vahoo.com
closets all bedrooms, dryer, all new SS ForMoreListisGo To $649.mo 352-586-1813 orI BEVERLY HILLS and
LECANTO off US 200 apple's, new AC/heat www..itrs(.ontyHmRentals. FLORAL CITY 2/1 + Florida Room, debthomoson.com
Leisure Acres, 2/1, wtr, in Hernando F. pump, fresh ext. paint, L FONA 1 er, 55 S. Columbus, $550.&LIEs
trash, lawn serv. WID $89995 Lot rent $255. month Lfr Clea rn e mo 352-422-2798ClA
First month FREE w/ SELLER FINANCING $24,000 (352)513-4570 yrAay (352) 344Cl. 1025 p SPECIAL
approved application. Call 352-726-4009 (352) 501-0517 ($5 -02mo Call7Cell
$525mo. 628-5990 F HOMOSASSA BRENTWOOD 6-/ B y LAKE T H
HOMOSASSA'S 1BR, appl's & util. IncI'd. Town Home, 3/2.5 scrn patio, Must See! 30 Days
N. Crystal River INVESTOR OR HOME Best Housing Value $600. month + sec., All Ammenities In- cm paIos See! Lecanto, Fl.
2/2 on quiet lake, low BUYER!! 2 singlewide Modern 2/1 homes J.W. MORTON 352-628-6537 cluded (352) 613-4459 $900. f/I/s 302-0431 2 1/2 ac. mol, lecanto $58.50
rent in exchange for MH's w/land for sale. from $7500 or Lease to PROPERTY zoned Ag. E-Z terms for
handyman services, Each2 1 7 2/ p $5 A /1, both need mi- Own from $145/mo. e INVERNESS ITRUS HILLS
Own r in ncenw10 Chatea Ptkin 1st.& Seca nn 0 sm ke HERN ANDOd S uGA rMIL wO SC o m rc a
call (352) 795-0161 nor TLC. Asking $700.down + Lot NE Sm place, S. Inverness, 2er &septic are inu It's Easy
$17kleach or $33k both. rent of $265. mo. 1645W. MAIN STiNVERNESS FL for single person. Very' mo., 600 Gilchrist Call 850-492-0553 Call Today
Buy 1 or both. 21313 10 yr. payoff at prv. UtI. Icd. Prv prkg, (352) 422 2798 850-288-1888 (352) 563-5966
Campbell Dor & 21335 Evanridge Community $500/mo. Call Cell $02 O
Canal Dr/ both Damac an exceptional NEED A GOOD TENANT' (727)919-1119 D pe s **INVERNESS**
Estates Brooksville Fl. 55+Park352 628-5977 Brinq us your vacant home_ LAKE FRONT HOME Specializing in
HUGE!! 4/3 Not a park, own MH and watch us work for you! F spacious 3/2/2, c/h/a
$87,489 Land & Home w/land together. HOMOSASSA $750. (908) 322-6529 AcreageFarms
$87,:8 H a ncc&Homh HOMOSASSAA
READY TO MOVE IN! 352-346-3173 2/1 Duplex $525 mo. OAK VILLAGE Ranches &
Owner Financed w/10k Chateau Pt. lst.& Sec, non smoker HERNANDO SUGARMILL WOODS Commercial
to 20k down! MUST 3121ILakefrant/P001 .......... $1,800 BEVERLY HILLS Pets-? 352-212-4981 Watson's Fish Camp OPEN HOUSE
SEE (352) 795-1272 1 Room Efficiency + 55+ Rental Community June 22 1OAM-?
Sx n o ome FINANCING Park 32/2 carpr $700 Cable incld. $525/mo C R
ca V ap N eo e Pet ok 352-228-2644 $209K OBO
Nice Home on /2 AC 4/3 on 1.25 acres, 2/ CRYSTAL RIVER 4/3/2 3000+ SQ FT
fenced yard, 1500 sf paved rd. fenced Ic-LIMII HOMOSASSA Fully Furnished NEW CARPET, APPLI3/2 Home in new yard, work shop & 3 Great Neighborhood Studio Efficiency ANCES, PAINT
con Drywall with utility shed, Florida Inverness $70 2/1, Incld water, trash w/equipped kit1 All WASHERDRYER,
2 x 6 construction. room, deck on back Jackson 212.. $600 & lawn. $575 mo. + until cable, Internet, & FENCED YARD Richard (Rick)
New appliances, & front concrete Villa Windermere 2/2/1 $900 Sec. 352-634-5499 cleaning provided. REFERA FRIEND OR Rich (rik)
carpet, paint, decks, driveway with car- $649.mo 352-586-183 Couch, Broker
& ceramic tile floor- port. Only $79,900. Arrowwood2/2/1 $750 INVERNESS CRYSTAL RIVER CLOSE Couch Realty &
Ing. Financing avl- $14,000 down only 1 EDOM
in. Financing avail- $4,000 down onlyJenn 2/1 with Patio in quiet HERNANDO Beautiful Home with YOU RECEIVE $1,000 Investments, Inc.
able ol$69,900. $648.92/mo W.A.C. H enier FudgJe Cheryl Scrugg(s
($450/mo.) W.A.C. Call to View ai Property Manager/ area. $525/mo + $525 Watson's Fish Camp Room for Rent $500 JOYCE @727-243-7333 (352) 212-3559
Call (352) 621-9183 352-621-3807 Realtor-Associates Sec; 352-344-0238 55+ Rental Community mo/Includes everything $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ RCOUCH.com
352-726-9010 727-446-5871 (352) 726-2225 352-464-4811
E12 SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 2014 CITRUS CouNTY (FL) CHRONICLE
UNIQUE & HISTORIC MEDICAL OFFICE 3/2 Doublewide 3 2 Fr RmYour "High-Tech"
Homes, Commercial FOR SALE on 1/3 mol acre has With Family Room
Waterfront & Land Totally renovated glamour bath and fireplace, glamour Your Citrus County Citrus County
"Small Town 700 S.E. 5th Ter.Suite #5 walk-in closets off bath quiet neighbor Residential Realtor
Country Lifestyle Crystal River. $97K Turner Camp Rd hood in Homosassa. Sales Specialist!
OUR SPECIALTY 352-422-2293 Inverness, Fl. 89,995.
SINCE 1989" $64,995. SELLER FINANCING
SELLER FINANCING Call 352-726-4009
Call 352-726-4009 4/3 Triplewide
on 2-1/2 acres in Phyllis LaWanda Watt
FOR SALE BY green acres in
Homosassa beautiful Buying or Selling Strickland
OWNER wooded lot REAL ESTATE, Realtor NOW IS A GREAT
O N R$139,995. NOW IS A GREAT
SELLER FINANCING Let Me Work THE MARKET TIME TO LIST
"LET US FIND Call 352-726-4009 For You! ThinkIS GOOD YOUR HOME M ichael J
YO PNHUEThinking of Rutkowski
YOU ALL HOUSE Have horses or want selling? CALL LAWANDA (U.S. Army Retired)
A VIEW TO ALL WEEK them? 4/or3 Triplrewident BETTY HUNT Now is the time FORA FREE, Realtor ROD KENNER
LOE"Twisted Oaks thmt/ Tilwd
Golf Course/Villa 3/2V2/2V23500 sq f th family room and REALTOR to get listed. NO OBLIAGATION 352-436-3531
3/2 f ireplace den off mas- MARKET ANALYSIS! (352) 422-4362
cross land realty.com 3//2 Home 5,000 st, under roof ERA
cr(352) 726-6644 521 W. Hillwood Path large bonus room. ter bed room would ERA KEY 1 Still great values out 3 Michael.Rutkowski
Crossland Realty Inc. Fully remodeled, 20 in updated kitchen make for great office Realty, Inc. there. Call for 352-212-989 @ERA.com Suncoast Realty
tile, Granite counters, w/odcbnt n9pu ce o 5 8-19foreclosure lists lawanda.watta
Cros d R y na net on 9 plus acres mol 352 586-0139centur2.coM
New MapCabe cabinets all S.S. apple's, lot size with horse corals Phllis Strickland "Integrity First in all
& Ne Sane See 4 westsideofUS 19 hunt4houses68 TROPIC SHORES Aspects of Life!"
New Stainless Steel 4.8 acres, on paved H ssa F @yahoo.com Century 21
Appliances. A MUST oad Adjoining Homosassa, Fl. w yhu REALTY
i Piced to Se 4road. Ac dj also avail.ning $229,995 www.bettyhunts 352-613-3503-Cell J.W. Morton ERA
(352) 746-9311 $259.900, 726-0321 SELLER FINANCING homescom. 352-419-6880- Office Real Estate, Inc. American Realty
4 ATTN Homebuvers Call for more Info Call 352-726-4009 & Investments
100% financing avail. Oand Appointment "ft
You do not need perfect SCAN OR GO
credit. Call or email OTOW 55 + Villa GREAT Starter Home! TO www.
to get qualified. 2-Bd 2-Ba, Lanai, South Little John Ave "It's a BestNa oast
Ph: (813) 470-8313 Gar.HOA. Low50's Inverness SELLERS Market" Proeriesco
email@example.com or Rent? Owner 2BR/2BA Single Fam. #1 Company + F "To view
Rick Kedzierski lic. loan (352)873-1297 Attached Garage Experienced Agent my properties
originator.NLMS MLS # 406901 Lease or Cash = SOLD! Sold! Sold!re
#267854, FL#9096 Call For Details A CITRUS HILLS
NLMS ID 149709 877-500-9517 Green Briar Condo C C unIy
M8S5 TAMI SCOTT 2 Bed, 2 Bath, light &
Exit Realty Leaders 2Be bah gh &
2/1.5/2, City Water Nice Double Lot 352-257-2276 SANDI HART b rita t rn FOR SALE 5 ACRES,
Acs OL extam~gai omReltrberber partaly furn. FOR SALE 5 ACRES,
SE Sewer New Metal Acres MOL firstname.lastname@example.org BETY J Realtor Asking $53,500. Fenced all Utilities
Roof & Carpet. with Lake View (352) 746-5957 6485 S. Pine Meadow
15.31 ACRES Lg. Ktchen & Garage 4/2 Doublewide When it comes to POWELL Listing and Selling Ave. Homosassa
behind A Must See! $69,900. with Family Room, Real Estate ... Real Estate (812) 889-2923
Wal-Mart Supercenter (352) 860-2554 large bed rooms off I'm there for you DEB INFANTINE Realtor Is my Business LOT FOR SALE
in Chiefland. Turner Camp Rd. Realtor I put my heart into it! Pine Ridge
$72, 000. 3/2 Inverness Fl. $89,995. The fishina is areat (352) 302-8046 "Your Success is my 5 7 969 El Paso
1/4 Acre MOL SELLER FINANCING Call me for your new Re5l El Paso
352-279-2________ on River Oak Lane Call 352-726-4009 Waterfront Homew Real EstateL.. goal.. Making 35-7-69$22,000.
Inverness Lane Call 52-726-400 it's what I do. Friends along the sandra.hart@ 352-422-2293
COMMERCIAL LOT Glamour bath LOOKING ERA way is my reward!" eracom
1 00x200 fi,, Hwy 488, Eat-in Ktchen TO SELL ? American Realty
Dunnellon, $55k SELLER FINANCING Phone: 352-726-5855 INGERA American Fre e
(352) 465-7795 Call 352-726-4009 CALL ME Cell: 352-302-8046 SELLING Realty Foreclosure and Terra Vista Lot #9,
4/2 TODAY !!! Emai: debinfantine@ CALL ME 352-726-5855 Short Sale Lists Hill Side Sub. 245 Red
In Floral City UarnC Sox Path, Hernando.
S S Has Family Room yahoo.co Pet 352-422-6417 Front on Skyvie Golf
Glamour Bath Fenced S = 11www. b-oDowell@ course hole #6,
back yard $89,995. citruscitters.com netscaoe.com $56,500 352-322-6304
A C I SELLER FINANCING ERA American
AL AR FL GA IN LA MO* MS NC SC Call 352-726-4009 3/2/2 Sugarmill Woods Lk Realty & Investments
4 0 0 $119.900.
0 0 1 Fig Court W. "Cheap House f l
3/2 Doublewide Agent (352) 382-1000 cash, asking $29,600.
on 4 acre mol (352) 503-3245
Bank-Owned Properties & Other glamour bath nice Buying or Desperately
eat in kitchen, 4/2/2 Seling, Need Rentals
Secured Parties in 180 Offerings Floral City off us 41 2236 Sq. Ft., Open Split Selling, Need Rentals
$69,995. plan, Spa, Built 2005 it's time to make
Residential* Commercial* Industrial Land SELLER FINANCING Must See! No Agents! your move! Office Open
Only 48 Properties Selling with Reserve Call 352-726-4009 $149K (352) 613-5240 7 Days a Week
Live & Online in Tampa, FL June 24 73 Offerings in FL Tny LISA
OnlineOnly*June20-2531 0ferings inAl, AR, N, LAMO&MS 11923 W Bayshore Dr, POu sen VANDEBOE ne
Crystal River Pauelsen Broker (R) Owner
Online Only June 20- 25 24 Offerings in SC Newly renovated 3 bedroom Realtor
Live & Online inAtlanta GA June 26 57 Offengs in GA&NC 2 bath, 2 car garagehome inor Plantation Realty
Dixie Shores on the water. 352-303-0619 352-634-0129
Featuring 73 Oflerings in FL $255,000 IA I'LL TAKE www.plantation
Live and Online Auction Ptaaiie R&eJ, Ige. NEW LISTINGS realtylistings.com
Tuesday, June 24, For more information, call Gloria Reagan (352) 345-1192 M ICHELE Coleen BUYING OR
11:00 am EDT ROSE Fatone-Anderson SELLING
Sale Site: Hilton Garden Inn, Realtor Realtor
N.Tampa, Tempie Terrace, F &A O fl' Ii Cell: L e
,. 105 SE 2ND PL. Simply put (352) 476-8579 TOP
GAL: 2034, FL:AB-1488,A: 1481, NC: 6397, SC: 00285R, CRYSTAL RIVER I '11 work harder email: TOP
AK:ThomasJ.Tarpley,ARAUL c#1536,MS:JoeBIIbro Lc.MSRE Nevwlyremodeled3BR 2B Cfatone@tamoabav.rr.c PERFORMANCE FLORAL CITY 4
Thomas -Torp eyy, ARAU L#1536, MSA Joe 5 Blibm, MS2 garage on fresh water canal, ITE
Broker- Thomas J. Tarpley, MS AU Lic #5 5, c rn th 352-212-5097 rn Real estate Waterfront. 6 adj.
LA ThomasJ.Tarpley LAAULc#107110%BuyersPremium $349,900 isellcitruscounty@ Consultant Lots, 3/4 acre on chain
$349,0 DetaledInfrma tio yahoo.com ERAAmerican of lakes. Huge oaks,
lalia R ORt Ke. Craven Realty, Inc. Realty & tpauelsen@ good fishing. $110,000
For more information, call Dick Blair (352) 266-7110 352-726-1515 Investments hotmail.com OO. (352)596-2921
CInUS COUNTY (FL) CONICLE SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 2014 113
US home construction dropped 6.5 percent in May
'0 p Associated Press ers and the number of construction
-4 .jobs. Builders employ 1.49 million WASHINGTON-The pace of U.S fewer workers than they did at the "a fyP, home construction slipped in May start of the Great Recession in De*1 B P with manyAmericans still struggling cember 2007, a loss of roughly
*fls to afford new houses. 20 percent.
Builders started work at a season- "We expect housing to contribute
IRAN xxv ally adjusted annual rate on positively to 2014 economic growth,
NI| 11ON L:IDAN; r 1.01 million homes last month, the but the magnitude of its contribution
-IEJJ YAN Commerce Department said Tues- likely will be much smaller than that
YAl, b.t IID IiDA 10 ilo oe ls ottebutemgiueofiscnrbto
L. day That was down 6.5 percent from reported for the past two years,"
1.07 million in April. said Dana Saporta, director of U.S.
Construction firms began work on economics at the bank Credit Suisse. C A VAR fewer single-family houses, condo- In May, construction tailed off in
..--"cp miniums and apartments last month. the Northeast, Midwest and West.
Home construction has struggled Only the South experienced greater
to gain much traction this year, lim- building activity in May. iting its ability to contribute as much Housing starts have risen 9.4 perCl to broader economic growth as it has cent over the past 12 months. But in the past. Many would-be buyers apartments account for most of the face higher mortgage rates than at gains, suggesting that more AmeriZZ y i'M' this time last year, while builders cans will be renting instead of own-2 are selling fewer new homes but ing homes.
Associated Press charging more for them. That has reWorkers continue construction on a house in Zelienople, Pa. duced the number of possible buy- See HOMES/Page E14
there is someone in the
ATTIC family who would like to
have it, that would be best
Continued from Page E6 By 1900, the Singer Company was producing mason the collector's want list sive quantities of treadle If you like, send a couple sewing machines. In the of good photographs. How- category of antique sewing ever, if the condition is machines, they are low on poor, you likely have the the totem pole of collector right idea for use. interest. Potential dollar
Dear John: I need to value is catch-as-catch-can. downsize, as I am moving
from a four-bedroom to a
two-bedroom home in a re- John Sikorski has been a tirement community in the professional in the annext few months. I am at- tiques business for 30 taching a photograph of my years. He hosts a call-in grandma's Singer treadle- radio show, Sikorski's operated sewing machine. Attic, on WJUF (90.1 FM) It has the serial number Saturdays from noon to D545649 on it. I under- 1 p.m. Send questions to stand it was manufactured Sikorski's Attic, P.O Box in 1908. It is in good condi- 2513, Ocala, FL 34478 or tion. Grandma stitched email@example.com. many quilts on it.
I am interested in sell- This Singer sewing
ing it. How much can I ask machine is in excellent for it and who can I sell to? condition for a device that
-B.S.D., Crystal River is more than 100 years Dear B.S.D.: I am glad old. There is little current you included a good clear collector interest in older photograph. It is obvious Singers, though, as they that your Singer machine were manufactured in has had good care for the large quantities.
past 100-plus years. If Special to the Chronicle
E14 SUNDAYJUNE 22, 2014 CiTRus CouvTY (FL) CHRONICLE
buying season is in full swing, home- Median prices on new homes are H O M ES building appears to be struggling. $275,800, a 10 percent increase since
Continued from Page E13 slightly but remains pessimistic. All of this comes amid a broader Cr s d
The National Association of Home real estate slowdown after signifiThe growth in apartment buildings Builders/Wells Fargo builder senti- cant sales and price gains in the first
points to an economy in which more ment index rose to 49 in June, up half of 2013. Both prices and bor-g a d nc n
buying homes. Following the housing indicates that builders consider the Average rates on a 30-year fixed bust and recession, Americans have conditions for new construction to mortgage are 4.2 percent, up from a l
had to deal with relatively flat wages be poor The index had been above low of 3.93 percent over the past b hl eg
saving for adown payment The home Sales of new homes rose 6.4 per- Existing-homes were purchased DEAN FOSDICK new book "Hellstrip Garownership rate was 64.8 percent at cent in April to a seasonally ad- at a yearly clip of 4.65 million in Associated Press dening" (Timber Press).
the start of the year, down from a peak justed annual rate of 433,000, April. That's below the 5.1 million "The zoning laws should
of 69.2 percent during 2004. according to a separate Commerce homes sold last year New-homes Making a yard and a be posted online."
Applications for building permits, Department report. That comes usually represent about 20 percent community more beauti- "Some cities have regua gauge of future activity, fell 6.4 per- after sales declined 6.9 percent in of all homes sold, but that figure has ful begins at the curb. But lations where there can cent in May to an annual rate of March to an annual pace of 407,000, fallen recently to 10 percent, ac- that narrow space be- only be lawns there. 991,000. while buying slipped 4.4 percent in cording to Zillow, the real estate tween sidewalk and Some say there can't be
Now that the spring and summer February data firm. street sometimes vegetables, but allow
called a boulevard, me- some kind of lawn alterluscious fruit. I bought four boxes of Bayou. It takes about four years for dian, hellstrip, parkway, native," she said. "Some JA N Ea dozen mason jars, two jars of pow- blueberry bushes to mature enough verge or tree belt -is a communities change
JA Edered fruit pectin, a 7.5 ounce jar of for a full crop. The young bushes in gardening challenge. their rules when people
Continued from Pap E9 dry citric acid, white cane sugar and my edible garden will hopefully pro- For starters, it's proba- start growing gardens and some lemon juice. Baking supplies duce well next year bly owned by the munici- the community gets beeither to ensure cross pollination, included flour, sunflower oil, co-paiybtflsoth hndhe.
There are many named Highbush conut oil, baking soda and powder, hopaitybutn all to thent hin d thb e" anin
varieties, including 'Sharpblue' re- chopped pecans, salt and eggs. Jane Weber is a professional gar- So the first step in caring crease property values leased by Professor Ralph Sharpe of Washing, stemming, draining and dener and consultant Semi-re- for it is to sort out what for the whole neighborthe University of Florida in 1976. freezing whole blueberries in 2 cup tired, she grows thousands of local rules allow hood, Hadden said.
Patented releases including 'Star' sandwich bags took longer than the native plants. Visitors are welcome "You need to go to the "Curbside gardeners are (1975), 'Windsor (2001), 'Jewel' (1999). picking. Double-bagging two sand- to her Dunn ellon, Marion County; city's website if there are pretty generous that way 'Gulf Coast' and 'Emerald' (1999) wich bags in a quart freezer bag pre- garden. For an appointment, call any questions about who They're working for the ripen from mid-April to late May lo- vents freezer burn. 352-249-6899 or contact owns what," said Evelyn
cally Fruit can be damaged by a late Cracking blueberry skins in a vat JWeber12385@2gmail.com. Hadden, author of the See CURBS/Page E15
winter frost in the north part of Cen- of boiling water for two minutes lowtral Florida. ers dehydrating time from 18 to 10 4
The Highbush developed for Cen- hours. Three cups of fresh blueber- KAREN E. MORTON
tral Florida needs lower chill hours ries yields one snack bag full of Hall ofFame Centurion Member
than Rabbiteye. Once the chill re- dried blueberries. The dark juice Website: krenemnorton corn
quirements are met Highbush blue- from the cracking was full of antiox- (352) 726-6668 -(352) 212-7595
berries flower about March locally idants and nutrients, so I bottled it INVERNESSGOLF ESTATES TOLL FREE 1-800-543-9163
Rabbiteyes need more chill hours in sterilized mason jars to use as a I Bedroom 2 Bath 2 Car Attached Garage *Great ~-J.W. MORTON REAL ESTATE SPOTLESS& SPARKLING INVERNESS below~~~In 40 de re s so te lw r futjiec n e tae om ith Laminate Flooring Spacious Eat-in 1645 Wes Mai Street Inenes FLE 34450 Mrs. Clean lives here! Wheeler home on almost oneb l w 4 de r e ,s th y fo e fr iju c co c n r t.Kitchen with Lots of Storage Screened Lanai c o iy (A ad Cen.f,-'2 7 Real Estate Coprt- half acre *Tw~o Master Suites!! *Glassed-in Family about a month later If they get the Making blueberry jam involved Corner Lot *City Water and Sew~er *Easy Distance to flEqual Housing Opportun.ity Room overlooks PARADISE GARDEN *Country Setting Golf Course. GREAT OPPORTUNITY!! 2 L INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATE Close to Tow~n. City Water. MOVE IN READY. required chill hours, Rabbiteye fruit crushing the berries and measuring MLS #1711019 $107,900 MLS#1711126 $79,900
will ripen a month later than South- the pulp. Adding the correct amount em Highbush varieties. Highbush of sugar and the "reduced sugar" fr-uit can grow 12 feet tall, so it is pruned pectin made the boiling berries gel. AX to about 3 feet after harvest. spoonful of boiling jam was tested for o
Flowers are white with a slight set on a saucer chilled in the freezer WEST HIGHLAND SHOWPLACE FRESH WATER CANAL TO WITHLACOOCHEE GATED LAKEFRONT 55+ COMMUNITY pink blush, bell-shaped and borne in After confirming it could set, the This home has function with style *3BR 2BA *3 Car 2 Bedroom CBS Home *Double Carport *Huge 3 bedroomts 2 baths *open kitchen with Attached Garage~ workshop *Inground Caged POOL Detached Garage/Wlorkshop *Newly Remodeled and CANTRIBURY LAKES of CITRUS HILLS walk-in pantry spaciouss bedrooms *lots of clusters. Bees do most of the polli- hot jam was poured into tempered, Barbecue area Wood Laminate and Carpet *Fully Updated *Granite Counters Wood Cabinets in 3 Or, 2 ha POO[ HOME built by SWEETWATER storage *Florida Room plns 16 x 16 screen naton H vig low rig in s ike striiz d ot as n ar a d quipped kitchen with "Good Morning' room Kitchen *NEW ROO *NEW HEAT &AR *Large Family HOMES. Backs up to the Rails to trails for nati n. avin fl werng v neslike ste ilied h t m son ars and overlooking pool *Master Suite with spacious bath Room with FIREPLACE *Double Lot *Park your RV or biking and walking. Elegant master suite, lanai -- great for plants or hot tnb *Easy Yellow Jessamine and Coral Honey- promptly sealed. The lids popped Fece yr Lush Landscaping *Move-in Ready Trailer* Move-in Ready. Spacious kitchen. Easy care landscaping.dstneotrlcnbneadbatanh suckle nearby will attract pollina- down as the fruit cooled and created S718$4,90M#175$6.0 ML709 1390 MS#090149D
tors at the right time for blueberries. a vacuum in the jars.
I thought I had missed the blue- Peaches and nectarines ripen at
berry harvest, as I was in Canada in the same time as blueberries locally LEY MDOSTUNGADSYLH
May But Don Skiles of Cross Bayou They also make fine jam, preserves, 3BR 3BA 2 Car Garage Family Room *Master WtHglnsRit
farms in Holder had a bumper crop nectars, juices, baked goods and BEEL IL EUY Bedroom with Office &Beautiful Master Bath WetHglnd euyipacius and Sparkling
BEV RLHI S BA 2 a aaeUpdated in 2012* Great Kitchen with Newer .3 Bedrooms 2 baths 2 car garage *Built 2003 SHOWPLACE HOME ON 2.3 ACRES on rowsof 'E m rald'a d'GulfCoast' driednruiCondition Appliances CndiBeautiful2BAWoodr FlooringplaBookcaseautOpenWoGreatoiroom owiths amazingreakitchenihSpaciouskithene* paciou Sw Pointer 3obte 2.5br bathbathoFormalUvving
on ro s f'E er l nd 'G l C as' dred fr iisic s FLORIDA ROOM *Large Eat-in Kitchen iith Beautiful Fireplace -French Doors Lead to Large Screened breakfast nook *Large master suite *Split Dining Rooms *Family Ro om with Gas Fireplace* You can reach Don at 352-287-2796. I baked blueberry muffins, fu t Cabinets *Office Area *Large Bedrooms Family Lanai with HotTub -Heat Pump/AC replaced in 2008 bedrooms *Inside laundry 15 x 39 lanai with hot Caged Swimming Pool *Lush Backyard with R om Living Area *Formal Dining Room Quiet *Grapefruit, Tangerine and Orange Trees *Located tub covered grill area Q uiet neighborhood on Majestic Oaks *Detached Workshop/Equipment Ip c e sh p i g b g fu la d c b lra db u b r yp c loaves Street Great Neighborhood. on a FullI Acre~ 12 x 187 lot. BRING YOUR MOTOR HOME **ROOM Building -Waterfront is "Airlboat" Water. spent several days processing the to share with the staff at Cross ML511710550 $73,900 MLS 1705303 $269,900 TO PARK! MLS 709822 $169,900 MLS#1710599 $249,900
Cimus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 2014 E15
K 311 W. Main St., Inverness
.......L A K www.la ndmarkinverness.com gT
AP a BSTy
A E2tE ELS
LARGEST SELECTION OF FORECLOSURES IN CITRUS COUNTY
BEST DEAL AROUND! 3 bdrms, 2 baths, fenced yard.
BIG & BEAUTIFUL! 3 bdrms, 2 full baths, fireplace LR plus family room & Florida room ONLY $66,500. Inverness. #708682 JUST $69,500. Must see! 5414 S. Eaton Terr.#709685. Jean Cassese 352-201-7034 Jean Cassese tel352-201.7034
DEAN FOSDICKIAssociated Press
A pedestrian-friendly street makeover in Langley, Washington, that includes
a number of Hellstrip Gardens flowers, trees and shrubs planted between THERE'S VALUE in this well kept, move ready 2/2
a waterfront home. Large waterfront deck. Nice size shed. WATERFRONT LIVING CLOSE TO TOWN. 3/2 with pool. 120 x 200 property. Motivated
sidewalk and street. Frequent watering is often difficult at $117,500 Make ofer. #701492 seller, bring offers. $89,900. Inverness. #709895 Sheila Bensinger 352-476-5403
these curbside plots. Langley gardeners are using slow release water bags
at the base of the newly planted trees until their roots can become
established. The bags only need to be refilled once or twice a week.
neering Co. in Minneapolis, Minnesota. "Then the soil is only worked
once and it's more secure,'' he said.
Continued from Pag E14 "Dirt won't run into the street clog- WOW! 4 bdrm, 2 bath and close to shopping, grocery,
ginginuedfromP eE Dito'ts and stormhe sree" cLIVE IT, LOVE IT, lets make a deal. Over 1 AC, huge REMARKABLE DEAL. 3/2/2, new roof, newer AC, hardware, clothing, restaurants and more. TLC needed. going gutters and storm sewers." detached man cave. $82,000. #710544 fiesh paint & more. Inverness, $84,500 #710686 $57,500 #710991
benefit of everybody" U Avoid growing vegetables at
Even seedy-looking parcels can roadside sites because of pollution,
become natural welcome mats when Rozumalski said. "They collect eleintegrated with front yards. Curbside vated levels of road salt, lead from
spaces are often heavily trafficked, gasoline and copper from brake linhowever, making them tough to cul- ings. I certainly wouldn't want to eat '06 4/2.5/2 SUGARMILL HOME, 2512 living &
tivate. The ground is hard-packed, any food that came off a boulevard." CUTE AS A BUTTON! Beverly Hills 2/2/1, 996 OAK FOREST 2/2, 1,316 living. NEW roof, NEW packed full of Sugar, Spice & Everything Nice! 2 Story
and plants can be crushed under- U Tree planting is the city's job, he livin. Ean kitchen, tile throughout living area, screen interior & exterior paint, NEW flooring, NEW appliances boasting NEW Interior & Exterior Paint & NEW Flooring,
porch .#711161 $51,500 Easy drive to Inverness, Brooksville, or 1-75. #711127 NEW Appliances. #711200 $154,900
foot. Rocks might add character to said. "I've seen people make bad mberly Fuller te352-212-5752 $129,900 TomikaSpiresHanssen352-586-6598 mberly Fuller 352-212-5752
the landscape but will dent car doors choices, planting trees like sugar
if placed too near the curb. Tall, maples that are difficult to maintain
dense foliage can be a traffic hazard, and push up sidewalks. Shrubs
preventing passing motorists from should be kept low, no more than 18
seeing pets and children. inches in height."
Here are some tips for creating a U Be cautious about displaying
well-tended "hellstrip": yard art, Rozumalski said. "You ITS BIG... ITS BOLD... AND IT SOON WILL BE SOLD. Massive 2005 5/4.5/2 contemporary home with 5559 living RELAX BY THE RAINBOW RIVER & have fun by
0 Talk with neighbors before get- don't want to distract drivers. It's nestled on 2.3 acres for ONLY $199,900! Garage/Workshop A!K/A SUPER MANCAVE, gourmet kitchen, formal dining + your paol1 Blue Cove 3/2/2. 1990, 1,578 living. NEW
large nook & breakfast bar, two master suites, living & family rooms with two sided replace, spacious interior laundry, game interior paint, NEW flooring, NEW appliances. #711084 ting started. "The tension will come probably better if you put those room with wet bar, den/office and more. ONLY $199,900 #711166 Tomika Spires Hanssen 352-5866598 $129,900 Kmberly Fuller 352-212-5752
when somebody complains," Had- kinds of things deeper into the
den said. yard."
0 Be aware of sight lines, espe- U Boulevards typically are too
cially at intersections. Drivers may narrow to be turned into full-blown
have trouble turning safely if some- rain gardens, but they'll be more enthing tall is in the way vironmentally friendly if the soil BACK ON THE MARKET.. Cheap & Charming do
0 Gowit peennalsrathr tan eve iskep at eas 2 nchs blowmake a great combo! '04 3/2/2 in Inverness. Close to Go with perennials rather than level is kept at least 2 inches below BEAUTIFUL HOUSE WITH A KILLER WATERFRONT VIEW! Riverhaven Village 3/2.5/2 two story home built in everything & it's CHEAP Vaulted ceilings, split floor plan,
annuals, said Pred Rozumalski, a the curb, he said. "Then the water 1988, 2070 living. NEW s/s appliances, NEW flooring, NEW interior paint, double decks for entertaining s ylights and of wood cainets, interior laundry, covered real porch.
landscape architect with Barr Engi- will collect instead of running off." course a boat dock! $324,000 #711132 Tomika Spires Hanssen 352-586-6598 #709207 $77,500 Kimberly Fuller 352-212-5752
E16 SUNDAY, JUNE 22, 2014 CiTRus CouNTY (FL) CHRONICLE
Beautifully furnished upscale condo 1ITRU.S ,, i s F ,l T F
@ SMW overlooking golf course -touch COUNTY E w
of class d~cor- move-in ready- 0 FOR
1828 living area close to shopping, SAEOVER 37 352 72-666- A FeOPEN
restaurants, entertainment, medical.YEARS. SUNDAY
Call for viewing today P O E T A A E E T 4 nlss
Terri @ 352-220-1008
.... LAKEFRONT 3/2 GREAT ROOM HOME
WITH FLA ROOM OVERLOOKING WATER
ROYAL OAKS .Timberlane 3 BR, 3 Bath Pool Home Home has metal roof and wonderful screened porch,
SFREESTANDING VILLA - Den/Office or possible 4th Bedroom deck, backyard area. Boat house with fish cleaning
Lovely Backyard Heated Pool and Jacuzzi PRIME COMMERCIAL LOT station complete the picture. Home is located at end
2 BR,2Bath,2Car Garage 2 separate Lanais Greatfor In Law Suite Downtown Inverness of dead-end street. Big Lake Henderson offers hours
Florida Room, Eat-In Kitchen 39"6" ceilings with Crown Moulding of boating, fishing or just enjoying. Access to several
Perfect Location INVERNESS POOL HOME FormalDining Room, Living and Family Rooms Great location for Drs. office, other lakes in chain of lakes. Quiet Gospel Island
MLS #711199 $125,000 Move-in ready, citywater, .36 acres :Second Bath convertedforHandicapAccess Attorneys office or restaurant. Close neighborhood.You'll loveit!!
JSummer Kitchen, Fireplace and Tile Roof to courthouse sq. MLS #708288 MLS#708593 ASKING $172200
Jeanne Or Willard Pickrel 352-212-3410 Only 106,900! MLS#711144 ASKING$275,000 Pat Davis (352)212-7280
CitrusCount Sold.com Call Quade Feeser 352-302-7699 Call Charles Kelly 352-422-2387 Call LaWanda Watt 352-212-1989 View all listings: c21patdavis.cm
HOW ABOUT A CUTIE? COUNTRYACREAGE ON PAVED ROAD COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BEST! COUNTRY IN THE CITY
On a great city limits street, you'll find this 10HIGH AND DRYACRESWITH 2/2/1 BLOCKHOME. This 2001 mobile home has been well maintained JUST REDUCED TO $12,000 1.6 acres, 3/2.5/2, located in Inverness city 2/2/1 home with all kinds of neat touches, Zoned for horses with close forest access offering and in move-in condition. This home sits on 4+ Beautiful two bedroom, two bath double- limits! Entertain inside with the open floor including a large fin. rm. with adjoining many miles for riding. Homefeatures open planwith treed acres and features 3 bedrooms, den, wide with two porches. Homosassa plan, or outside at the barb-b-q area with bathroom, plus a large tiled screen room Fla. room and screened porch. If you're looking for 2 baths, inside laundry, 2 car carport, workshop, Park. Fireplace. Wet Bar and handi- picnic tables and screened hut. Outbuildings with rear yard for kids and pets to roam. some privacy and elbow room,THIS IS IT. storage shed and shooting range (owner built to include workshop, office, pump house,
MLS#703336 $50,700 MLS #705375 ASKING $148,900 county specs), Call for an appointment today! capped ready, including a lift. attached shed, canopy, and chicken coop.
Let's move on this one! Pat Davis (352) 212-7280 MLS#711140 ASKING: $94,100 CallDoris Miner 352-422-4627 MLS#711192
Ask for Marilyn Booth 637-4904 View listing. wwwc2loatdavis.com Call Nancy Jenks 352-400-8072 or Office 352-726-6668 Call Stefan Stuart 352-212-0211
DON'T MAKE A MISTAKE 3 Bedroom,'2.5 Bath, POOL Home 2/2/2 split plan features formal living room and dining Inverness Golf & Country Club Home
area. Kitchen opens into Florida Room w ith fireplace. 2 B d o m a h & 2 C rG r g
CITRUS SPRINGS 2/2/2 ON 1/2 ACRE Let me show you this awesome home, 3/2 Landscaped, Easy Maintenance e 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath & 2 Car Garage
Living room, family room. French that looks like log inside, wrap porches, This gracious home is situated on double lotwith fully
doors lead to large screened & glass built to withstand heavy winds, adjacent Self-Cleaning POOL fenced backyard with storage bldg. Large screened Living Room, Dining Room and Family Room
docosled toloar scre e & to a nice subdivision but not part of, has a WOOD Floors, New Appliances, SPOTLESS room under original roof complete with heated spa. Tled Florida Room & Newer Roof
30x60 metal barn . you have to see CITRUS HILLS MEMBERSHIP Backyard has plenty of room for pool addition. Just Slate on Kitchen Countertops
fl n t e, t d ont it u you ave Mo $ 0 minutesfrom all in-town services but low countytaxes. Sprinkler System and Water Conditioner
flowering trees &mature palms. inside, don't discount it until you do, all ML710218 $224,900 MLS#710853 ASKING $98,900 Close to Town & 2 minute ride to st Tee
MLS #708250 $79,900 this for ONLY $375,900 Jeanne or Willard Pickre352-212-3410 Pat Davis (352)212-7280 MLS# 711152 ASKING $109,500
Lorraine O'Regan 352-586-0075 Call Ruth Frederick 1-352-563-6866 www.CitrusCountSold.com View listing & visual tourL e21atdavis cor Call Charles Kelly 352-422-2387
tv INCREDIBLE CRYSTAL RIVER
BACK ON THE MARKET K HAVE HOME & BUSINESS ALL IN ONE Custom Built in 2006
BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME The deal fell through so this beautiful 3 bedroom/ letey 3
ON THIS VERY PRIVATE 9.3AC SITE 2 bath home with over 2600sf of living area is back Completely This commercial zoned property is perfect .3/2/2 PLUS Den
Lots of mature trees and Florida on the market. Wood beamed ceilings, gourmet renovated! for both. Boasting 2 bdrms, 1.5 baths, kit- Caged Pool/RV Pad
kitchen, spacious rooms, 40' front porch, oversized chen, living room,office and a detached 2 Large Shed, Fenced Yard
wildlife. MLS #710667. 2 car garage, private wooded 1 acre lot. Needs a Located in town car garage. Separate entrance for office or High Tray Ceilings, Fireplace
PRICED JUST RIGHT AT $98,900 new roof (though no current issues) and priced store. Close to 19 and Hunters Springs. MLS #708008 $219,000
Owner says bring me an offer accordingly. Call today! near springs & Kings Bay. ASKING $65,000 ar Willard $ l2190 0
O s aybn (5 691-2493 MLS#708490 ASKING PRICE: $159,900 ONLY $379,000 Call Martha Snyder 352-476-8727 Jeanne Or Willard Pickre1352-212-3410
Isaac S. Baylon (352)697-2493 5 0wwwCitrusCountSold.com
Cal 1ac 1enks 352-400-8072 Call ade Feeser 352-302-7699 and ask for file #708849 w wCtu~ut~l~o