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To Jessica, with love


TED McLARENWAssociated Press
Mark Lunsford, left, Jessica Lunsford's father, Is consoled by his brother, Tony, Saturday as Mark addresses those attending a
memorial for his daughter. More than 900 persons gathered at Seven Rivers Presbyterian Church to remember the life of the 9-
year-old, who was murdered.

Community remembers Homosassa girl


DAVE PIEKLIK
dpleklik@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
As the rains stopped falling
from the heavens Saturday, a
community's outpouring of grief
began for Jessica Lunsford.
More than 950 people came to
the 1 p.m. memorial service at
Seven Rivers "Presbyterian
Church in Lecanto for
the 9-year-old Horn- For r
osassa girl police say phot
was murdered by a con- froffi
victed sex offender: '"'issi'
Family members and merr
friends were joined 'see
side-by-side with corn- PAG
plete strangers to
.remember Jessica, who
had been laid to rest Friday fol-
lowing a private funeral service.
The remembrance service
began with the recording of
"Ships In Heaven," from country
music group Blackhawk As the
line "Don't cry for me when I'm
gone, keep the faith and be
strong" echoed through the
church, many on the wooden
benches began dabbing tear-
filled eyes.
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addressed the audience, speak-
ing from behind a table that con-
tained one of Jessica's favorite
children's books, as well as an
angel figurine and a picture of
her when she was younger.
Coats said everyone was there
to remember the life of a "joyous
person." He talked about her
dreams of being an Olympic
S swimmer, her favorite
more color, purple, and her
os care for others.
"She was a one-of-a-
c ", -kind girl, and she will
orial, be missed by all," he
said.
BE 9A Coats read an excerpt
from "Jessie's Home
Now," a .poem written
by Ruth Lunsford, Jessica's
grandmother.
'Just remember she's safe now,
and you'll never be alone," he
read, "Little Jessie's an angel
now, and she's safe at home."
Citrus County Sheriff Jeff
Dawsy walked to the lectern and
struggled with his emotions as he
talked about the days leading
from when she was discovered
Please see JESSICA/Page 4A


MATTHEW BECK/Chronicle
Kelly Roof, 16, fights back tears as she holds one of
the hundreds of balloons given out following the emo-
tional memorial service Saturday In remembrance of
Jessica Lunsford. The balloons were released Into th6
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NRC advisory


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nuclear facilities
TERRY WVITT
terrywitt@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Citing the recent arrest of an
illegal alien, who used false
identification to work at the
Crystal River nuclear power
plant, the Nuclear Regulatory
Commission this week urged
the industry to use greater care
in screening workers.
The NRC said. the incident
involving a foreign national
using a false Social Security
number and a false green card
to work as a painter at the
plant emphasized the need
"for a heightened level of
awareness" in checking the


identities of workers.
'Although the worker was
escorted at all times while he
was at the nuclear power plant,
the incident points to the need
for heightened vigilance in
checking the true identity of
such individuals," the NRC
noted in a written statement on
Friday.
Nuclear power plant license
holders were also encouraged
to use a national computer
database of names to check the
identities of workers. The
license holders were told to
report fraudulent use or
attempted use of identifica-
tion.
Progress Energy is a licens-
ee of the NRC. The U.S,
Immigration and Custom
Enforcement (ICE) Division is
continuing to investigate the
use of illegal foreign workers
at the, Crystal River Energy
Please see ADVISORY/Page 5A


Community works


through its grief


Counseling,

groups available
' CRISTY LOFTIS
cloftis@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle

SHow do you explain a
tragedy to children when the
adults in the community are
feeling anger, frustration, grief,
-sorrow and fear?
As people struck by the
'death of 9-year-old Jessica
Marie Lunsford look for ways
to keep their children safer
from sex offenders, schools
direct their focus on counsel-
'ing children" upset by the
tragedy.
S Renna Jablonskis, Citrus
County School District's direc-
tor of student services, said the
district's crisis response team


will meet with teachers and
staff and Homosassa
Elementary School before
classes start Tuesday.
Jessica was a third-grader at
the school and students have
been on a spring break vaca-
tion since authorities learned
the girl was not missing, but
murdered.
"I have a child and grand-
child of my own," Jablonskis
said. "I know this is a difficult
thing for them to comprehend,
especially since it's a death of
one of their peers."
Guidance counselors, social
workers, the school psycholo-
gist, the student resource offi-
cer and district coordinator of
student services, Rich Hilgert,
will give teachers information
packets, as well as advice in
talking to students about

Please see GRIEF/Page 4A


Learning to forgive


can be tough process


Pastor, another

victim 's father

offer advice
NANCY KENNEDY
nkennedy@clhronicleonline.com
Chronicle
On Palm Sunday, the Rev.
William LaVerle Coats stood
before his grieving congrega-
tion at Faith Baptist Church in
Homosassa.
They had just learned of the
fate of their beloved Jessica
Lunsford. His message cen-
tered on comfort, drawing
close to Almighty God for his
comfort.
Straying from his prepared
notes, he spoke about forgiving
John Couey, the man who has


There's a big
difference between
forgiveness and
pardon.

Darrell Scott
lost his daughter at Columbine.

confessed to killing Jessica.
With the lightning speed
power of the Internet, that one
comment lifted from his ser-
mon made the national head-
lines, from the Baltimore Sun
to MSNBC.com to a nationally
syndicated radio show hosted
by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach in
New York City.
Please see i:O''iivE/Page 4A


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Keep the beauty of a lily by planting it in
your flower bed./13E


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chocolate
bunnies

Chocolate crosses
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candy
company is
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them, as well./1D


Engineer looks
at airboats
As niore and
more people
settle in Citrus
County, the
tension
between
airboaters
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has become
more
acute./1C


Army, Navy at work
*The U.S. Army is
hitting the
beaches in search
of volunteers
among throngs of
students./3A
SThe Navy will con-
duct bombing
runs near the
Pinecastle
Bombing Range
in Ocala National
Forest./3A


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HOSPICE OF CITRUS COUNTY
SUPPORT GROUPS
* GRIEF SUPPORT GROUPS
Citrus Memorial Hospital, Lake Room, Inverness, 3 to 4 p.m. the
second Monday of each month.
Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church, 6 Roosevelt Blvd., Beverly Hills,
1:30 p.m. Wednesday.
St. Thomas the Apostle Church, 7040 S. Suncoast Blvd.,
Homosassa, 1:30 p.m. Thursday.
First United Methodist Church, 831 W. Bradshaw St., Homosassa.
10:30 a.m. Saturday.
* BEREAVED PARENTS SUPPORT GROUP
First Presbyterian Church, 1501 S.E. U.S. 19, Crystal River, 7 to 9
p.m. second Wednesday of each month.
* SOCIAL SUPPORT GROUPS
Crystal Paradise, 508 N. Citrus Ave., Crystal River, 10 a.m. Tuesday.
Cinnamon Sticks Restaurant, 2120 State Road 44, Inverness, 4 p.m.
Friday.
* CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUPS
Nature Coast Lodge, 279 N. Lecanto Highway. Lecanto, 10:30 a.m.
to noon Tuesday.
* FOR CHILDREN
For children ages 7 to 17, Hospice offers Camp Good Hope. The next
camp is April 8 and 9 and is for youths who have experienced the
loss of a family member or friend.
For more information, call Hospice of Citrus County at
527-2020, or go to www.hospiceofcitruscounty.org.


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else can?


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type (cat or dog), age group
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adoptions from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. Monday through Friday
and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday.
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information.


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spaying and neutering of
your adopted pet is avail-
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or from the Humane Society
of Citrus County, 341-2222.


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Torrential treasure storm


Nineteen-month-old Jeremy Cooker seems to enjoy pouring his Easter eggs from his basket more than placing them into It
Saturday morning at the Calvary Christian Center in Inverness. Along with hundreds of children, parents and relatives, the child and
his father, Shawn, braved the rainy weather to collect some of the 15,000 colorful eggs placed on the church property. The annual
egg hunt attracts hundreds to collect the eggs that are filled with candy. The church also gave away eight bicycles at the event along
with a variety of other children's prizes. ,. :.: Two-year-old Kendra Curry visited the Calvary Christian Center on Saturday morning
along with her two siblings and parents. The youngster made good use of the plastic Easter egg basket by using it as a hat to keep
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usual hurricane season check-
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that will be published on May 1
and May 29.


Suggestions should be e-
mailed to sblackbum@chroni-
cleonline.com or mailed to:
" Community Affairs Team, Citrus
County Chronicle, 1624 N.
"" Meadowcrest Blvd., Crystal
River, FL 34429. The tips should
be no more than 50 words.
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Churches relocate
Easter services:
Because of the weather, the
community Easter sunrise serv-
ice at 6 a.m. will be at the Citrus
High School cafeteria instead of
the football stadium.
The community Easter serv-
ice, sponsored by Redeemer
Presbyterian Church and Seven
Rivers Presbyterian Church, at
Rock Crusher Canyon has been'
canceled because of Saturday's
weather.
Community Easter services,
sponsored by both churches,
will be at 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. -
today at Seven Rivers
Presbyterian Church, 4221 W.
Gulf-to-Lake Highway in
Lecanto. Children's programs "*
begin at 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. for'
children age 4 through fifth
grade. Parents, please use the
west entrance.

Seasonal positions
available at park
The city of Inverness
Department of Parks and
Recreation has several season-
al positions available at
Whispering Pines Park.
The aquatic positions include
lifeguard, swim instructor and
pool cashier. Other positions
available are recreation aide '
and maintenance laborers. All
positions are seasonal/tempo-
rary and individuals must have.
current certifications for aquatic
positions.
If you are 16 years of age or
older, applications are available
between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday at the
city of Invemess Administration
Office at 212 W. Main St.
SCall the Parks and Recreation
Administration Office at 726-
3913.

CFCC to host
open house
Central Florida Community '
College's Citrus County
Campus will host its second
annual open house from 1 p.m.
to 4 p.m. Sunday, April 17.
The school will provide infor-
mation about its educational and
training offerings, as well as pro-
vide a variety of activities such
as a hayride through the forest,
jazz band performance, a stu-
dent play, story hour for children
and free food.
Other agencies will have
information for attendees, such
as Withlacoochee Technical
Institute, Saint Leo University,
Webster University, as well as
representatives from the Citrus
County Courthouse, property
appraiser, tax collector, elections,
office, Seven Rivers Regional
Medical Center, Nature Coast
EMS, Citrus County Art League,
Citrus County Education
Foundation and the City of
Inverness.
The campus is at 3800 S.
Lecanto Highway.
For more information about
the event, or to participate, call
CFCC at 746-6721.

Tips wanted about
surviving storms
As part of its preparation for
the upcoming hurricane season,
the Chronicle is looking for tips
from readers on things they may
have discovered last year that
helped them survive the series
of storms that battered the
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4A SUNDAY, MARCH 27, 2005


Man arrested for


violating probation


DAVE PIEKLIK
dpieklik@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle

An Inverness man who
served two years in prison for
what authorities called a
"bombing spree" of more than
two dozen locations across
the county has been arrested
for violating probation.
Joshua Dahling, of 2433 E.
North St., Inverness, was
arrested on a warrant Friday
'by Citrus County Sheriff's
Office deputies.
An arrest report released
early Saturday did not indi-
cate how he violated proba-
tion.
Bond was set at at $1,000.
Dahling, 21, was sentenced
-in March 2003 to a two-year
:prison sentence for a list of
-charges that included burgla-
ry, arson, theft, criminal mis-
chief and making or discharg-
ing a destructive device.
He and two others -


FORGIVE
Continued from Page 1A

Although not his intention,
.Coats' statement has sparked a
soul-searching question: What
is forgiveness and how is it
-even conceivably possible to
"offer it to those guilty of even
the most heinous crimes?
On April 20, 1999, Rachel, the
daughter of Darrell Scott, was
gunned down by two class-
mates at Columbine High
School in Littleton, Colo. After
the news of Jessica Lunsford's
death, Scott talked to the
Chronicle about Coats' state-
ment and his own effort to for-
give the ones who murdered
his daughter.



GRIEF
Continued from Page 1A

tragedy.
The team will be available
for students who need extra
help or counseling, Jablonskis
said. Guidance counselors will
also be prepared for upset stu-
dents at other school sites.
But children are not the only
ones who may need help deal-
ing with grief.
"The county is in mourning,"
said L.B. Thomason, chaplain
for Hospice of Citrus County.
"People are feeling grief and
anger."
Citrus County Sheriff's
Office victim's advocate


JESSICA
Continued from Page 1A

missing, until the day her
body was found. He said he is
still trying to figure out why
her death happened.
"This has shattered the
community," Dawsy said. "It's
really shattered everything,
and basically took into ques-
tion everything I believe in."
His voice cracking at times,
Dawsy said he considered lit-
tle Jessie part of his family,
and himself part of hers. He
vowed to make the community
safer from sexual predators,
saying "I will do my darndest
to keep them out of this com-
munity."
Before returning to his seat,
She looked at Jessica's family,
seated in three rows of bench-
es before him.
"I'm so sorry I didn't bring


including an older brother -
were arrested after a vandal-
ism spree involving more
than two dozen bombing inci-
dents across the county,
including trying to blow up a
toilet at the Wal-Mart in
Inverness, and detonating a
homemade bomb in a trash
bin at the Lecanto govern-
ment complex.
Investigators said the force
of the blast that destroyed the
trash bin was equal to about
two sticks of dynamite.
Because several of the 23
counts he had been charged
with were felonies, Dahling
had been facing life in prison
before accepting a plea deal
that included a shorter prison
sentence and four years of
probation.
He and the other two men
were required to write a
2,000-word letter of apology to
each of the victims, as well as
pay back an estimated $11,000
in damages.


"People misunderstand
when we use the word 'forgive-
ness' in cases like this," he
said. "There's a big difference
between forgiveness and par-
don. Forgiveness is an issue of
. the heart, but pardon is a judi-
cial issue.
"People think forgiveness
means I can't pursue legal
means or even seek the death
penalty, but that's not what it
means," he said.
Scott acknowledged that the
circumstances of Rachel's
death are different, but that he
and the Lunsfords share the
same pain of having lost a
daughter they love to a heinous
crime, and that the desire to
hold onto the anger and pain is
strong.
Even so, he said as a family,


For the RECORD


Citrus County Sheriff
Arrests
Terry Joe Hatfield, 52, of 327
S. U.S. 41, Inverness, at 1:04 a.m.
Saturday on a warrant for larceny
and petit theft.
Bond was set at $2,500.
David Lawrence Stanley, 25,
of 9375 N. Citrus Springs Blvd., at
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they decided they had to for-
give because not to do so, to
hold onto anger and bitterness
and the desire for revenge,
would only destroy them.
"I've watched families be
torn apart because they can't
let go and move on and cele-
brate the person's life," he said.
"But, for Christians, forgive-
ness isn't an option, although
that doesn't mean we're to be
'Caesar Milquetoasts."'
As pastor of the congregation
that's been affected the most by
this tragedy, Coats walks a fine
line between understanding
the pain and anger of his hurt-
ing people, and wanting their
souls to prosper by encourag-
ing them to let go of their anger,
bitterness and hatred.
At the same time he acknowl-


It's not a check-off list. You can't
say 'I've gotten through my tears, now I
can go through acceptance'.


Hospice chaplain, talking aboul stages of grel.


Melissa Bowermaster said
-adults and children alike must
now take time to grieve, but
that process is different for
everyone.
"There's no set response,"
Bowermaster said. "There's no
right way there's no wrong
way."
She explained that some


back hope to your lives,' he
said. "I love you guys."
Mark Lunsford, Jessica's
father, thanked everyone for
trying to return his daughter
home safely. "You have all
worked so hard to help some-
one you did not know," he told
the audience. -
He thanked Dawsy, who had
joked earlier about being the
"older, older brother," for his
help with looking for Jessica
and finding her killer.
"I always said she would
-come home, and she did," he
said.
He told everyone about the
importance of protecting chil-
dren from harm, and knowing
who they're around. ,
"It's only about the chil-
dren," he said. "They're all we
have."
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while others prefer to be left
alone. The important part is
that each person knows they
have a support system of
friends or family.
. Thomason said people upset
by the recent events should
take advantage of Hospice's
many support groups.


church. Several minutes later,
a large group that included
members of Jessica's family
gathered next to the church to
release more than 500 bal-
loons with messages tied to
each for the community's
newest 'angel.'
Watching the rainbow of
,balloons disappear in the
cloud-filled skies was Mary
White of Homosassa. Her 26-
year-old stepson was mur-
dered more than a decade
ago, and she said the pain has-
n't gone away.
"A child is a child no matter
what age," she said.
Tony Lunsford, Mark
Lunsford's brother, said the
service is another part of the


edges the difficulty of forgive-
ness. "To forgive a man of this
kind of heinous crime (goes
against) human nature," he
said. "It's impossible, apart
from the grace of God." His
desire is for his congregation
and the'community to stay pos-
itive, to work toward bringing
good from such a terrible
tragedy and allow the civil
authorities and the judicial
system to seek justice.
"When you think of the man
who did this to Jessica for-
giveness is hard; it's complex,"
said the Rev. Brad Bresson,
pastor of Nature Coast
Community Church in
Homosassa. "But forgiveness
always costs somebody; some-
body will always pay the price.
The question is, who will pay?"


'At Hospice, we want to help
people with grief management
and grief resolution,"
Thomason said.
Anyone may join a support
group, not just Hospice family
members, Thomason said.
The groups and counselors
can help people deal with the
wide range of emotions people
are feeling, 'from anger and
fear, to sorrow and grief.
Thomason explained that grief
is such an individual process
that there is no standardized
way to deal with it
"It's not a check-off list,"
Thomason said. "You can't say
'I've gotten through my tears,
now I can go through accept-
ance.'"


healing process for the entire
family, especially Mark
"That's what's going to keep
the morale up of my family,"
he said. "To know people are
standing behind him and he's
not going to be walking this
road alone."
Dawsy, who received hugs
from dozens of people outside
the church before the service
thanking him for his efforts,
said that healing process is
starting to extend to a commu-
nity that is still dealing with
loss.
"The fabric of our commu-
nity was ripped," he said. "I
think the analogy could be, it's
now starting to be sewn back
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"Christ came to pay the price
for the sins of mankind," said
the Rev. Raymond Herriman,
pastor of Grace Bible Church
in Homosassa.
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Easter, that in order to have
our sins forgiven, someone had
to pay the price, and the only
one who could do it was
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has forgiven us, then we, the
forgiven, can "forgive those
who trespass against us," as the
Lord's Prayer dictates. That we
are called to forgive, for our
own soul's sake, and to let God
handle the outcome and trust
that justice will ultimately be
served.
"Having a forgiving spirit
toward others will only happen
when we stop and think about'
God's forgiveness to us," Coats
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nuclear power plant and four
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ICE spokeswoman Barbara
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*been arrested at the Crystal
River complex to date, the
Largest number of illegal alien
'arrests at a "critical infrastruc-
sture" site in the nation. She
said the investigation is contin-
?uing.
i: Nuclear power plants are
considered potential targets
3for terrorists. The NRC is par-
dticularly concerned about con-
tractors using illegal labor to
Work in the plants, according to
rNRC spokesman Eliot Brenner
Tin Washington.
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industry is now keenly aware
of this and of our concerns,"
said Brenner.
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Crystal River site worked as
laborers for Brock Specialty
Services of Beaumont, Texas.
Two of the men face up to 25
years in prison on charges of
re-entering the United States
after having been deported.
The others were arrested for
living in the country illegally
Progress Energy has tight-
ened and improved its proce-
dures for screening contractor
employees, according to
spokesman Mac Harris. He
said the names of all employ-
ees are now run through a
number of data bases to deter-
mine ifthey are who they claim
to be. However, Harris said,
Progress Energy has not deter-
mined whether using the
national database recommend-
ed by the NRC would add any-
thing to the process.
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the identities of the individuals
who come into the general
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treasurer of the Florida Gulf
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Trades Council, said it gives
him little comfort to know for-
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plant. Jeske said the story
about an illegal alien working
at the Crystal River nuclear
power plant broke at about the
same time Atlanta resident
Brian Nichols escaped from an
armed escort at an Atlanta
courthouse and used a police-
man's gun to murder a judge
and three others.
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the NRC issued an advisory
urging nuclear power plant
owners to tighten their screen-
ing process for workers, he
said the union suspects Brock
Specialty Services may be
using illegal labor at other job
sites between here and
Beaumont, Texas. He said the
union is investigating.
Jeske said the union believes
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Eleanor
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INVERNESS
Eleanor Louise Campo-
piano, 75, Inverness, died
Friday, March 25, 2005, in
Inverness.
Born Aug. 24, 1929, in
Providence, R.I., she was the
daughter of Pasquale andf
Virginia Vigliotti. She moved to
the Inverness area in 1986 from
West Worwick, R.I.
She was a sales manager in
the retail industry for many dif-
ferent department stores.
She was a member of the
First Lutheran Church of
Inverness.
Survivors include her hus-
band of 57 years, Anthony
Campopiano, Inverness; son,
Anthony Campopiano Jr.,
Coventry, R.I.; sisters, Rose
Meoni, Colonial, N.J., and
Lucia Lussier, Newport, R.I.;
brother, David Vigliotti, East
Greenwich,' R.I.;. and two
grandchildren, Amanda Grace
Campopiano and Ian Anthony
Campopiano, both of Coventry,
R.I.
Heinz Funeral Home &
Cremation, Inverness.

Ronald Fass, 64
HOMOSASSA
Ronald G. Fass, 64,
Homosassa, died Wednesday,
March 23, 2005, at his home-
under the care of his family
and Hospice of Citrus County.
Born Feb. 27, 1941, in Forest
Park, Ill., he was the son of
Shirley and Edward Fass. He
moved here 29 years ago from
Clearwater.
He was a school bus mechan-
ic for the Citrus County School
System.
He was a member of
Emmanuel Baptist Church in
Clearwater.
In addition to his father, he
was preceded in death by his
brother, Donald Fass, in 1998.
Survivors include his wife,
Janice K. Fass, Homosassa;
mother, Shirley Fass, Crystal
River; two daughters, Kathleen
Stark, Homosassa, and
Kimberly Fass, Lecanto; four
grandchildren, Kendal,
Brittany and Kaylynne Stark,
all of Homosassa, and Bryan
Fass, Lecanto; and several
nieces and nephews.
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Jane Federico, 91.
INVERNESS
Jane Elizabeth Federico, 91,
Inverness, died Friday, March
25, 2005, in Inverness.
Born Sept 1, 1913, in the
Bronx, N.Y, she was the daugh-
ter of Peter and Pasqualina
Postiglione.
A homemaker, she was a
member of Our Lady of Fatima
Catholic Church.
Mrs. Federico was a member
of the East Citrus Senior
Center.
Survivors include her sons,
John P Federico and wife,
Shirley, of Inverness and
Gerald M. Federico and wife,
Marjorie, of New City, N.Y; five
grandchildren, David Federico
of Wappingers Falls, N.Y.,
Peter Federico of Spring Hill,
Susan Federico of Hernando,
Deborah Federico of Port
Chester, N.Y, and Lori Tauken
of New City, N.Y.; and five
great-grandchildren, Kerry
Tauken, Nicholas Tauken and
Emma Tauken, all of New City,
N.Y, and Amanda Federico
and Valerie Federico, both of
Wappingers Falls, N.Y.
Heinz Funeral Home &
Cremation, Inverness.


R. Kine Hatch, 77
INVERNESS
R. Kine Hatch, 77, Royal
Oaks, Inverness, died Saturday,
March 26, 2005, at his resi-
dence under the care of his
family and Hospice of Citrus
County.
Born March
31, 1927, in
East Mill
Creek, Utah,
he was the son
of Erskine and
Florence (Green) Hatch. He
came here in 2001 from
Laramie, Wy.
Mr. Hatch served in the U.S.
Navy during World War II.
He was a truck driver, a Ham
radio operator and avid rodeo
rider, traveling the rodeo cir-
cuit.
Survivors include his wife of
32 years, Jane Anne (Bown)
Hatch; four sons, Larry Norton
of Randellette, Utah, Kyne W
Hatch of Payson, Utah, Taylor
R. Cox of Minneapolis, Minn.,
and James D. Cox of Murrietta,
Calif.; five daughters, Vicky
Peterson of Pleasant Grove,
Utah, Penny Healey of St.
George, Utah, Bobbie Kae
Tracy of Lehi, Utah, Lesli A.
Jones of St. Petersburg and
Lauri J. Gist of Inverness;
brother, Dick Hatch of Cali-
fornia; sister, Ila Fay Tom-
linson of Utah; 24 grandchil-
dren; 36 great-grandchildren;
and one great-great-grand-
child.
Chas. E. Davis Funeral
Home with Crematory, Inver-
ness.

Dorothy
Haynes, 86
FLORAL CITY
Dorothy Haynes, 86, Floral
City, died Saturday, March 26,
2005, in Riverview, under the
care of her family and Lifepath
Hospice.
A native of Youngstown,
Ohio, she was born Dec. 20,
1918, to John and Julia Stavich.
She came to this area in 1972
from North Canton, Ohio. She
was a homemaker and loved
gardening.
Survivors include her hus-
band of 67 years, Thomas
Ralph Haynes, Floral City; son,
Thomas R. Haynes and wife,
Betty, Riverview; brother,
Samuel Stavich, Cape Coral;
sister, Katherine Hammond,
Weirton, WVa.; two grandchil-
dren, Tanya and husband,
Mark, Aurora, Colo., and Jeffry
and wife, Cheryl, Batavia, Ill.;
and two great-grandchildren,
Joshua and Kyle.
Chas. E. Davis Funeral
Home with Crematory, Inver-
ness.
Howard
Moore, 80
CRYSTAL RIVER.
Howard Ray Moore, 80,
Crystal River, died Thursday,
March 24, 2005, under the care
of Community Hospice of
Jacksonville.
Born Sept. 23, 1924, ,in
Meridian, Miss., he was the son
of Thomas Earl Moore and
Bessie Sanderford. He gradu-
ated from Meridian High
School.
Mr. Moore served in the U.S.
Navy during World War II. He


spent his professional career
in the automotive business,
retiring from General Motors
Corp. after 40 years.
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ceded in death
by his wife, t
Louise Daniel
Moore; par-
ents; a brother,
Clifton Moore; and two grand-
daughters, Cathy Ann Spears
and Amanda Barnett Griffith.
Survivors include three
daughters, Judy Moore Spears
and husband, Harce, Union,
Miss., Sheila Moore Barnett
and husband, George, Char-
lotte, N.C., and Marsha Moore
Mussallem, Jacksonville; sister,
Elsie M. White, Marion, Miss.;
10 grandchildren, Danny
Spears, Robert Spears, G.
Stone Barnett, Mary Mattison
M. Barnett, Teri M. Mussallem,
Anna M. Mussallem, Christina
Mussallem, Charles S. Mus-
sallem, Michael R. Mussallem
and Cecelia M. Mussallem;
three great-grandchildren; and
one great-great-grandchild.
Stephens Funeral Home,
Meridian, Miss.

Flora Radtke, 91
.BEVERLY HILLS
Flora H. Radtke, 91, Beverly
Hills, died Wednesday, March
23, 2005, at home under the
care of her family and Hospice
of Citrus County.
Born inAyshire, Ireland, she
came here Jan. 11, 1979, from
Detroit, Mich.
A homemaker, she was a
member of the German Luther-
an Church. She was an avid
bingo player and enjoyed trips
to Biloxi casinos. She spent her
life caring for her family.
She was preceded in death
by her husband, Rudolph Ed-
ward Radtke, on April 4, 1991.
Survivors include her son,
Bob Radtke and wife, Paulette,
Mount Juliet, Tenn.; brother,
William Taylor, Arizona; three
grandchildren, Robert Richard
Radtke, Lavernge, Tenn.,
Robin Ann Radtke, Murfrees-
boro, Tenn., and Donna Marie
Donaldson, Lavernge, Tenn.;
and five great-grandchildren,
Thomas and Robby Donaldson,
Michael Radtke, Jonathan and
Felicia Kelly'
Fero Funeral Home with
Crematory, Beverly Hills.
Dorothy
Robinson, 91
LECANTO
Dorothy Elizabeth Robinson,
91, Brentwood, Lecanto, died
Friday, March 25, 2005, at the
Brentwood Health Care
Center
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1, 1913, she was the daughter of
Henry W. and Annie Brunt
Sherman. She came here in

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She was a homemaker and a
member of the Deland Country
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by her husband, James Robin-
son, on Feb. 19, 2004.
Survivors include a daugh-
ter, Gail Williams and husband,
Robert, Lecanto; and two
grandchildren, Robert Jr. and
Robin Williams.
Chas. E. Davis Funeral Home
with Crematory, Inverness.

Earl 'Steamboat'
Scales, 59
WEIRSDALE
Earl Lytle "Steamboat"
Scales, 59, Weirsdale, died
Wednesday, March 23, 2005, in
Weirsdale.
Born in
Wilmington,
N.C., his family
came here in
1945.
Mr. Scales served in the U.S.
Naval Reserve.
He was owner of G & S
Packing Co. of Weirsdale and
part owner of Key Scales Ford
in Leesburg. He was a member
of the Metropolitan Ocala
Rotary Club and the Florida
and Marion County Bar As-
sociations.
Mr. Scales formerly served
on the Marion County Planning
Commission and the board of
directors for the Central
Florida Symphony Orchestra.
He was a member of Weirs-
dale Presbyterian Church.
He was preceded in death by
a brother, John Fairley Scales.
Survivors include his wife,
Leslie Scales, Weirsdale; moth-
er, Florence Scales, Weirsdale;
son, Earl Lytle Scales Jr.,
Gainesville; daughter, Dr. Erin
McKee Scales, Salt Lake City,
Utah; brothers, Key Scales HI,
Palatka, and George Gunning
Scales, Weirsdale; and one
grandchild, Key Alastair
Scales, Gainesville.
Roberts Funeral Home,
Dunnellon.

Alfreda
Slavinski, 85
LOUISVILLE, KY.
Alfreda A. Slavinski, 85, for-
merly of Beverly Hills, died
Tuesday, March 22, 2005, in
Louisville, Ky.
She was a World War II U.S.
Army nurse.
Mrs. Slavinski was a member
of Our Lady of Grace Catholic
Church of Beverly Hills, where
she was a Eucharistic minister.
She volunteered for many or-
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Funeral NOTICES
Ronald G. Fass. Funeral,
services for Ronald G. Fass, 64,
Homosassa, will be at noon
Tuesday, March 29, 2005, at
Brown Funeral Home with Dr.
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family will receive friends
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funeral home. Interment will "
be at Fountains Memorial Park '
in Homosassa. Brown Funeral
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River.
Jane Elizabeth Federico.,.
Jane Elizabeth Federico, 91,
Inverness, died Friday, March,
25,2005. There will be a memo-
rial service at 10 a.m. Tuesday, "
March 29, 2005, at Our Lady of
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Dorothy Haynes. Graveside
funeral services for Dorothy
Haynes will be at 11 a.m.,-
Wednesday, March 30, 2005, '
from the Hills of Rest y
Cemetery of Floral City with.
Larry Hartman officiating.'
Burial will follow. There will U
be no calling hours at the
funeral home. In lieu of flow-
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to LifePath Hospice, 3010 W
Azeele St, Tampa, FL 33609.
Howard Ray Moore.
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Monday, March 28, 2005, at '
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Stone Barnett, Michael R.
Mussallem, George S. Barnett,
W "Wimp" Daniel and Teddy s
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Hundreds of those who gathered to remember Jessica Lunsford made their way Saturday from the Seven Rivers
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Stay safe with training


Special to the Chronicle
It is best not to drive in fog or smoke.
If you must, slow down, turn on your
low beam headlights, and be ready for a
:fast stop. Use your windshield wipers.
This and other important rules of the
road are refresher subject matter in
AARP Driver Safety classes conducted
by volunteer instructors.
Following is a list of classes, each
composed of two four-hour sessions,
both of which must be taken. The pro-
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Many insurance companies offer a
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To register, call the instructor listed
after 9 a.m. Call Charlie Lucente at 726-
0753.
March 29: 9:30 a.m. Lakes Region
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Call Charlie Lucente at,726-0753.
March 30 to 31: 1 p.m. Citrus
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Joanne Chipkar at (352) 465-6830.
March 30 to 31: 9 a.m. Hernando
Seventh-day Adventist Church, 1880 N.
Trucks Ave., Hernando. Call Lou
Harmin at 564-0933.


March 30 to 31: noon Homosassa
Seventh-day Adventist Church, 5863 W.
Cardinal St, Homosassa Springs. Call
Bill Benson at 621-0783.
April 5 to 6: 9 a.m. at St Benedict
Catholic Church, 455 S. Suncoast Blvd.,
Crystal River Call Joan Holland at 382-
4435.
April 12 to 13: noon at
Yankeetown/Inglis Woman's Club, 5
56th St., Yankeetown. Call Charlie
Lucente at 726-0753.
April 12 to 13: noon at Seven Rivers
Regional Medical Center, 6201 N.
Suncoast Blvd., Crystal River Call Bill
Benson at 621-0783.


April 12 and 14: 8:15 a.m. at Beverly
Hills Recreation Center, 77 Civic Circle,
Beverly Hills. Call Theresa Williams at
746-9497.
April 16 and 23: 9:30 a.m. at Central
Ridge Library, 425 W Roosevelt Blvd.,
Beverly Hills. Call Ramona Greene at
746-7073.
April 21 to 22: 9 a.m. at First United
Methodist Church, 8831 W Bradshaw
Ave., Homosassa. Call Frank Tobin, 628-
3229.
April 21 to 22: 9 a.m. at Citrus
County Fire Training Center, 1300
County Road 491, Lecanto. Call Frank
Reesby at 527-7476.


Spanning the globe


Special to the Chronicle
Pam Haberkom of Lecanto sent In these photos from various
trips. AC.''. A photo of Haberkorn's mother who passed
away two years ago, Mrs. DIDiego, at a castle In Loire, France.
RIGHT: The lobby at the Bellaglo In Las Vegas. Beyond the
Bellaglo's lobby lies the Conservatory & Botanical Gardens
seen here. LEFT: A seagull takes a respite as the sun sets on
Long Island, N.Y.


Lecanto presents

hypnotist show


to aid project


Special to the Chronicle


The Curtis Peterson Auditorium in Lecanto will be
jumping with fun, laughter, and definite foolishness as
Master Hypnotist Erick Kand excites the audience with
his hilarious Hypnosis show from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday with a show that is sure-to sell out
During the show, ordinarily conservative audience
members, and even those who aren't conservative, will
undergo a complete transformation.
Of course, the pandemonium is all great fun and will
have the audience laughing non-stop from start to finish
during this special appearance.
Kand is a full time Professional Hypnotist Before relo-
cating to Florida, he owned and operated the San Diego
Hypnosis Center. He has helped clients with a broad base
of issues such as smoking cessation, weight loss, phobia
elimination, and relationship issues.
He is happy to help anyone interested in Hypnotherapy
to find a qualified hypnotist in their area.
In conclusion, Kand stated, "I look forward to seeing
everyone at the show, and yes, it is for real. If you have any
doubts, join us and volunteer!"
Tickets are $6 each and will be sold at the door, which
opens at 6 p.m. Fun for all ages.
All proceeds go to Lecanto High School's Project
Graduation Committee.
For advance tickets or information, call Charlene
Geraghty at 7464947, Agda Hart at 382-3582 or Susan
Colasanti at 344-8153.


News NOTES

Museum seeks
models for exhibit
The Coastal Heritage
Museum in Crystal River is
preparing an exhibit featuring
artwork by nationally-famed
illustrator, W.C. "Bill" Griffith. He
created covers for both maga-
zines and calendars. He lived in
Crystal River from 1962-1975.
Griffith used local residents as
models for his calendar work.
Exhibit coordinators want to talk
to anyone who either modeled
or knew someone who posed
for him. Those calendars featur-
ing local persons are also need-
ed for the exhibit. Anyone with
information should call John
Grannan at 527-1471.
The museum is at 532 Citrus
Ave. in the old City Hall building.
Admission is free. Hours of
operation are 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Tuesday through Friday and 9
a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.
AARP seeks teacher
for safety program
The AARP Driver Safety pro-
gram is seeking a volunteer
instructor in the Inverness area.
Experience is not a factor as we
have an excellent local training
program. A person with good
voice projection in small rooms,
as opposed to large auditori-
ums, is a necessity.
If interested, call Charlie
Lucente at 726-0753 to arrange
for an application and an inter-
view.
SCUBA lessons
set to begin
The Adventure Diving Society
of Citrus County in an effort to
promote awareness and safe
diving will sponsor scuba les-
sons leading to full certification.
Courses will begin March, April,
May and June. The tuition is
$99. Each student is required to
supply his or her own mask,
snorkel, fins and-text.
Participants supply their own
scuba equipment or it may be
rented for an additional $99 dur-
ing the program. For the already
certified diver, a "peak perform-
ance buoyancy" clinic will be
held in April as well.
For additional details, call the
Dive Society at 564-1732.
Mentors can
change the world
The Citrus County Mentoring
Partnership with the Nature
Coast Volunteer Center is seek-
ing adults to help the county.
One hour per week can
change the world for a young-
ster who needs a special some-
one someone to be a friend,
someone to talk to, someone to
share knowledge, someone to
be a positive role model.
Mentors may serve in the Citrus
County School District and Pope
John Paul II Catholic School.
Opportunities to share your
skills and interests are also
available at the Boys & Girls
Clubs, the Community Learning
Center in Hernando, and the
Sertoma Mentoring Village.
For information about these
opportunities, call Shelby at
527-5424. We will match your
strengths with a special youth.
Monday dance
classes canceled
The Monday evening line
dance classes at the Crystal
Glen clubhouse in Lecanto have
been discontinued. For more
information about this, call
instructor Joyce Warren at
746-3209.

Pet SPOTLIGHT

Sara


Special to the Chronicle
Sara, a German Shepherd,
when she was three months
old. She lives with Ray and
Anita Michels, who just
moved to Lecanto from
Delafleld, WIs.


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What a doll


The GFWC Inverness Woman's
Club sold raffle tickets from
September through December
for "Kailey," The New
American Girl Doll. "Kailey" Is
a $150 limited edition doll. The
raffle was held to raise money
for the Scholarship Fund. The
drawing was Dec. 13, 2004, at
the Christmas luncheon/meet-
ing. Stephanie Colalanni, from
Delray Beach, was the lucky
winner. The Inverness
Woman's Club, a member of
the General Federation of
Women's Clubs (GFWC) would
like to thank everyone who
supported'this effort.
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CCVC prepares for Veterans
Benefits answers April 9 The
Citrus County Veterans Coalition
invites all veterans and veterans
.organizations to a general mem-
bership meeting and drive from 1
to 3 p.m. April 9 at the National
Guard Armory in Crystal River.
National, veterans administration,
state and county speakers will
address veterans' affairs as they
apply to Citrus and surrounding
counties.
Congresswoman Ginny-Brown
Waite, R-Crystal River, will bring us
up to date' on the congressional
and senatorial feelings about the.
current changes that have been
suggested by the administration
and the new veterans administra-
tion director.
State Senator Nancy Argenziano;
has also been invited to this meet-
ing to represent the state of
Florida's approach to Veteran's
Affairs.
County Commissioner Vicky
Phillips will address the progress
being made on the new County
Resource Building which will house
the new veterans clinic. J.J.
Kenney, Citrus County Veterans
Affairs Officer, will address current
changes in veterans' benefits and
representatives from the Veterans
Administration will address the cur-
rent situation with medical facilities


and treatment throughout the area.
To find out more about the Citrus
County Veterans Coalition, go to
our web site at www.ccvcfl.org and
.you will find news and information,
officer and director contact num-
bers, Veterans Administration and
-Medical phone numbers and links,
and a profile of the coalition's pur-
pose, goals and mission.
Veteran's 'Cruise for a
Cause' All veterans are asked
to come on board Carnival Cruise
Lines newest ship "Miracle" for the
"Military Veterans Reunion Cruise"
Dec. 11 to. 18 .he Citrus County
Veterans Coalition is sponsoring
this military reunion and asking that
you purchase $2 donation tickets
or $10 for a book of five, which will
make you eligible for a seven-day
cruise for two.
Only 1,500 tickets will be sold
and the winner is to be announced
at the end of.the ticket sales cam-
paign.
All proceeds from the donation
ticket sales will benefit this "Cruise
for a Cause" to help Citrus County
veterans and their families who are
in need of immediate assistance.
This special fund will be solely ded-
icated to reaching our mission of
assisting these special people
when they are facing difficulties in
meeting their immediate obligations


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due to the sacrifices they made,
and Reserve Unit families who are
currently in the fight against terror-
ism. There are 26,000-plus veter-
ans and family members in Citrus
County and some of them need
our help now. For donation tickets,
contact a Citrus County Veterans
coalition member or cruise chair-
man Ray Michael at 637-3265. All
donations to this organization are
tax deductible.
If you would like to join your fel-
low veterans' on this seven-day
exotic, fun-filled, Western
Caribbean Cruise, call Amy Virgo
at 564-9197 by April 24 to book
one of the 60 cabins the coalition
has reserved just for military veter-
ans and their families for a veter-
an's reunion. You might even want
to invite other family members to
join you and have a cruising family
reunion of your own.
The Marine Corps League
Citrus Detachment 819 meets at
7 p.m. the last Thursday monthly at
the VFW 4252 in Hemando. Call
Bob Deck at 527-1577 or Ralph at
726-7836.
The Marine Corps League
Samuel R. Wall Detachment 1139
meets at 7 p.m. the third Thursday
monthly at the VFW 7122 in Floral
City.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Marine Corps League meets at
7:30 p.m. the fourth Thursday
monthly at the VFW 7122 in Floral
City.
The Military Order of Devil
Dogs Meeting: contact Chris at
795-7000.
Eugene Quinn VFW Post
4337, 906 State Road 44 E.,
Inverness, announces the sched-
ule for today through April 2.
Today: Happy Easter. Neatest
Hat Contest. Win a special prize for
the "Chickest" Hat. Wild Willy, 5 to
9 p.m. Pool tourney 2 p.m.
Monday: Free pool from 9 a.m.
to noon. Bar bingo, 3 p.m.
Tuesday: Free pool 9 a.m. to
noon. Chicken wings four for $1,
also sweet potato fries and onion
rings, 4 to 7 p.m.
Wednesday: Free pool 9 a.m. to
noon. Homemade spaghetti dinner
by Daryl only $4, 5 to 7 p.m. every
Wednesday. Karaoke by Harry S.
at 6.
Thursday: Free pool 9 a.m. to
noon. Bar bingo 3 p.m.
Friday: Free pool 9 a.m. to noon.
All-you-can-eat grouper $6, 4:30 to
7 p.m. Three-piece chicken dinner


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also served. Karaoke by Marty at
7.
Saturday: Ladies Auxiliary roast
pork dinner at 5:30 p.m., $6. Music
by Lefty Dave at 6:30.
Our monthly parking lot party will
be from 4 to 7 p.m. Sunday, April 3.
The Post Honor Guard provides
funeral services for all veterans in
Citrus County. If we can be of serv-
ice to you, call Paul Winburn or
John Lowe at 344-3495.
VFW Post 4337 welcomes all
returning service members from
Iraq/Afghanistan.
The post displays a permanent
"Gold Star and Blue Star" Mothers'
display.
VFW Post 4337 has adopted the
690th Military Police Unit from
Crystal River. Anyone who wishes
to donate necessary items to make
these 100-plus troops feel more at
home and offer them a degree of
comfort in Afghanistan, can send
donations to Eugene Quinn VFW
Post 4337, 906 Highway 44 E.
Inverness, FL 34450.
Contact Commander Victor
Houston at 344-3495.
The Leroy Rooks Jr. VFW
Post 4252 in Hemando will serve a
sirloin burger or chicken breast din-
ner from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Friday.
Music for dancing and listening
pleasure will be provided by Katie
Lynn from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. Cost
is $5.50, and you do not have to
be a member to enjoy a great night
out at our Post.
The post has bar bingo at 2 p.m.
Sunday. The Ladies Auxiliary
hosts bingo games at 10:30 a.m.
Saturday and doors open at 9
a.m. The Auxiliary also sponsors
bar bingo at 2 p.m. Tuesday.
Our post will host a bonanza
bingo at 10:30 a.m. April 2. The
$30 package will include lunch.
The post Honor Guard is avail-
able for funeral services at
Bushnell National Cemetery, local
cemeteries, or any house of wor-
ship. Upon request, the Honor
Guard will also provide school vis-
its, flag ceremonies or support any
other patriotic related subject. Call
John Stewart at 634-5568.
Get ready for post Memorial Day
activities that will salute'veterans of
World War II. The post will have an
indoor barbecue. All World War II
veterans and their spouses will eat
free whether members or not. For
all-others, tickets are on sale at the
bar for $5. Attendees will be seated
at 1 p.m. for a tribute and ceremo-
ny from the Honor Guard preced-


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investors who want to learn more about investing
in stocks. This course will discuss how to research
companies thatmeet your investment portfolio
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I How stocks fit your portfolio needs
I When to sell a stock
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ing the barbecue, and music by
Country Swing.
The post Ladies Auxiliary is
starting a Junior Girls Division for
girls 5 to 16 years old. Call Judy
Prive at 726-3339.
There will be a post flea market
April 10. Call Andy Bachinsky at
726-3339 to reserve a table and for
details. Donations for it are sincere-
ly appreciated.
The post Web page is at
www.debbiefields.com, and you
can e-mail us at usavets@nature-
coast.net.
The Dart League meets and
competes at 6:45 p.m. Tuesday.
The post and Ladies Auxiliary
regularly visit several local nursing
homes. They encourage anyone to
join them and spread some cheer
to veterans who served this coun-
try and who now need our support.
Call for details.
The next post and Ladies
Auxiliary meeting is at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, April 14. Voting for next
year's post and auxiliary officers
will occur at that evening.
Call Commander Bob Prive at
726-3339.
Gerald A. Shonk DAV
Chapter 70 of Inverness will have
its general meeting at 2 p.m. the
second Tuesday monthly. The
chapter hall is at 1039 N. Paul
Drive near the intersection of U.S.
41 North and Independence
Highway. Gerald A. Shonk, DAV
Chapter 70 service officer will be
available at the chapter building in
Inverness between 10 a.m. ahd
noon Monday. Call Charles
Huelsmann, commander, (352)
489-9502.
VFW and Auxiliary Post
7991 Flea Market We have
emptied our storage shed and
members have cleaned out their
garages. We will have lots of good


HARRY COOPERISpecial to the Chronicle
Harry Cooper recently attended a military convention with
his daughter, Meaghan, left, shown with the legendary
"Tex" Hill, flight leader of the famed "Flying Tigers." During
World War II, the Flying Tigers P-40 fighter planes (with the
mouth of a snarling tiger painted on each nose) chased
Japanese planes In the skies over China. Hill Is an ace
pilot, meaning he shot down at least five enemy planes In
battle.


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We invite you, as a parent, to help

your child design this ribbon for you

to wear to work on Wednesday, April

6th. This ribbon will celebrate the f Week of

Week of the Young Child, as well as the Young

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stuff and you can rent a table for
$7.
Big Flea Market 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Saturday, April 2, at our new post
home at: 3107 W. Dunnellon Road
(C.R. 488).
All LST Veterans and wives
are invited to monthly breakfast
meetings at 9 a.m. the first
Saturday monthly at the Golden
Corral Restaurant in Brooksville.
Call 860-2033.m Korean War
Veterans Association, Citrus
Chapter 192 meets at 1 p.m. the
first Tuesday monthly at VFW Post
10087 in Beverly Hills. Any Korean
War Veteran, including any veteran
who served a tour of duty in Korea
after 1954 to present, is eligible to
become h member. Call
Commander Ken Heisner, 563-
0585, or Vica Commander Louis
Poulin, 344-8334.
The Dan S. Campbell
Chapter of the 82nd Airborne
Division Association will conduct
meetings in Citrus County at the
VFW Post 4337 on State Road 44
East in Inverness. The first meeting
will be at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 5,
so come on out and maybe you
will meet someone you know or
who was in the same unit. This is
for all Airborne personnel not just
the 82nd Abn. and all services not
just the Army.
Contact Frank Wohlfahrt at 795-
6073.
The North Central Florida
All-Airborne Chapter of the 82nd
Airborne Division Association
will meet at 1 p.m. Saturday, April
9, at the VFW Post 8083, 12666 S.
Highway 441, Belleview, just north
of the Market of Marion on 441.
Troopers are asked to attend a
Ceremony honoring POWsat the
Veterans' Memorial Park, The
Villages at 10 a.m. with a Dutch
treat lunch following prior to going
to the regular meeting.
Guest speaker will be Jan
Hathaway of Marion County
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Hospice.
The Chapter is open to all quali-
fied parachutists and glidermen,
regardless of branch of service.
Call Chuck Kieman at (352) 629-
0711 or Joe Arsenault at (352)
245-1181.
The Allen-Rawls American
Legion Post 77 of Inverness
invites all veterans of Inverness
and Lecanto to join them. Meetings
are at 7:30 p.m. the first Thursday
monthly at the Key Training Center
building, 130 Heights Ave.,
Inverness. The executive board
,meets the third Thursday monthly.
Call the commander at 341-0971.
Phone Cards for the Armed
Forces Help our U.S. soldiers
phone home. Simply purchase a
first class phone card and deposit
it in the special box at the Lecanto
post office.
The U.S. Postal Service, in con-
junction with the U.S. Armed
Forces, will make sure that our
men and women in Iraq receive
.these cards as a gift from the car-
ing people of Citrus County.
While at the post office, you can
also honor our heroes by purchas-
ing a patriotic piece of framed art.
Each 12-by-14-inch piece has a
military collage with a collectable
enamel pin and an actual
"Honoring Veterans" stamp.
Hunger and Homeless
Coalition Anyone who knows of
a homeless veteran in need of
food, haircut, voter ID, food
stamps, medical assistance or
more blankets is asked to call John
Young at the Hunger and
Homeless Coalition at 628-4357,,
or pass along this phone number
to the veteran.
Rolling Thunder, Inc. Fla.
Chapter 7 meets the second
Saturday monthly at the Eugene
Quinn VFW Post 4337 in
Inverness. The next scheduled
meeting is at 11 a.m. April 9.
,Florida Chapter 7 is now looking
'for new members to join us in pro-
1,moting public awareness of the
'POW/MIA issue and helping veter-
.ans in need. More than 88,0000
.combat veterans are still unac-
.'counted for from all wars.
Rolling Thunder is not a veter-
;an's group or a motorcycle club,
although many support us. Full
.membership is open to all individu-
als 18 years or older who wish to
dedicate time to helping educate
the public of the fact that many"
American veterans have been left
Behind after all past wars. We are
committed to helping to correct the
past, protect all future veteran's
from being left behind and helping
all veterans from all wars.
You can reach the president,
'Ray Thompson, if you have any
questions at (813) 873-1970 or Jim
t Stepanek, Chapter secretary at
(352) 489-1644 or e-mail Jim at
\ ImCrazyJim@aol.com.
The next meeting will have a
social gathering for all present
members and anyone who cannot
make the meeting. It will be held at
Margaritaville Restaurant on Halls
River Road in Homosassa at 1:30
p.m.
S Landing Ship Dock (LSD)
sailors of Citrus County meets at 2
p.m. on the fourth Thursday
,monthly at Ray's Bar-B-Q in
Crystal River. Call Jimmie at 621-
'0617.
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VFW Post 4337, 906 Highway
44 East, Inverness, (344-3495)
announced today that a Recognize
Vietnam Veterans event will be at
the post home at 2 p.m. on Loyalty
Day, Sunday, May 1.
"We will be honoring our
Vietnam brothers and sisters by
awarding Certificates of
Appreciation and a Welcome
Home Party!" said Post
Commander Victor Houston. "We
also will be having a cook out and
any visiting Vietnam veteran will
get a free dinner."
There is a multitude of Vietnam
Veterans residing in our area, and
they will be awarded the Welcome
Home that they so truly deserve.
It's been too long to go without the
words "Well done" or 'Thank you"
being said and being meant, prom-
ises Victor Houston, commander,-
who is a Vietnam veteran and
served in 1970,1971, and 1972 in
Vietnam.
This event is one of hundreds
that will be held by VFW and
Ladies Auxiliary VFW members
nationwide and overseas as part of
VFW's Vietnam Veterans
Recognition Week, May 1-7, 2005.
"'This is an excellent opportunity
for the VFW to let our communities
know that our Vietnam Veterans
continue to serve our country and
will continue to make the VFW the
nation's leading veterans organiza-
tion," said Victor Houston, com-
mander.
Navy Patrol Squadrons 861
and 18 (VP861 and VP18) will
have a reunion on May 11, 12 and
13 in Jacksonville. For details con-
tact: Ed Cuneo at (352) 344-0049
or e-mail
ecuneo@tampabay.rr.com.
Salute veterans by taking
cruise Salute veterans from
World War II, China-Burma-India,
Korea, Vietnam, Desert Storm, Iraq
and Afghanistan by joining with
friends and families for a seven-
day Western Caribbean cruise
Dec. 11 to 18.
For each cabin booked, $140
will be donated to support veter-
ans. Call Amy Virgo at 564-9197.


ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Monday: No school.
Tuesday: Breakfast Mini loaf,
cereal, toast, mixed fruit, milk,
orange juice.
Lunch Pepperoni pizza, chef
salad with saltines, vegetarian
plate, french fries, broccoli, com,
sliced apples, milk, juice.
Wednesday: Breakfast -
Grilled cheese, cheese grits,
peaches, hash brown wedges,
milk, orange juice.
Lunch Tacos, pork chop with
gravy, salad shakers, vegetarian
plate, turnip greens, black-eyed
peas, orange, roll, milk, juice.
Thursday: Breakfast -
Oatmeal, ham, toast, pears, milk,
orange juice.
Lunch Spaghetti with meat
sauce, turkey sandwich, salad
shakers, vegetarian plate, green
beans, pineapple, roll, apple crisp,
milk, juice.
Friday: Breakfast Sausage
pizza, cereal, toast, applesauce,
milk, orange juice.
Lunch Macaroni and cheese
with ham, turkey with gravy, salad
shakers, vegetarian plate, potato
wedges, mixed vegetables, mixed
fruit, milk, juice.
MIDDLE SCHOOL
Monday: No school.
Tuesday: Breakfast -


Doughnut, cereal, toast, sausage
patty, mixed fruit, tater tots, milk,
orange juice.
Lunch Sausage pizza, rib
patty, turkey edible bowl, pasta
salad, corn, broccoli, three-bean
salad, mixed fruit, milk, juice.
Wednesday: Breakfast -
Scrambled eggs with cheese, oat-
meal, cereal, pineapple, tater tots,
milk, orange juice.
Lunch Chili with beans, ham
and cheese sandwich, chef salad
edible bowl, potato wedges, peas,
lima beans, apple, saltines, oat-
meal cookie, milk, juice.
Thursday: Breakfast -
Sausage pizza, cereal, toast,
sausage and biscuit, sliced apples,
milk, orange juice.
Lunch Tacos, turkey with
gravy, turkey edible bowl, sea-
soned noodles, refried beans,
green beans, pineapple roll, apple
crisp, milk, juice.
Friday: Breakfast Cheese
grits, ham and cheese toast, cere-
al, applesauce, tater tots, milk,
orange juice.
Lunch Pepperoni pizza,
turkey hoagie, corn, lima beans,
black-eyed peas, orange, peaches,
oatmeal cookie, milk, juice.
HIGH SCHOOL
Monday: No school.
Tuesday: Breakfast Cheese


toast, cereal, toast, doughnut, bis-
cuit and gravy, tater tots, pineap-
ple, milk, orange juice.
Lunch Tacos, mixed/vegeta-
bles, refried beans, peas, pineap-
ple, apple crisp, sausage pizza,
hoagie sandwich, chicken sand-
wich bar, salad bar, milk.
Wednesday: Breakfast -
Sausage and biscuit, cereal, toast,
doughnut, biscuit and gravy, tater
tots, mixed fruit, milk, orange juice.
Lunch Turkey with gravy, rice
and gravy, cornm, lima beans, apple,
oatmeal cookie, roll, sausage
pizza, hamburger bar, salad bar,
hoagie sandwich, milk.
Thursday: Breakfast -
Scrambled eggs with cheese,
cheese grits, cereal, doughnut, bis-
cuit and gravy, tater tots, sliced
apples, milk, orange juice.
Lunch Meatloaf, seasoned
noodles, green beans, applesauce,
orange, roll, pepperoni pizza, bar-
becued rib bar, salad bar, hoagie
sandwich, milk.
Friday: Breakfast Sausage
pizza, cereal, toast, doughnut, bis-
cuit and gravy, tater tots, apple-
sauce, milk, orange juice.
Lunch Chicken Alfredo, baked
beans, broccoli, corn, peaches, roll,
sausage pizza, hamburger bar,
salad bar, hoagie sandwich, milk.
Menus are subject to change


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CONGREGATE DINING
Monday: Barbecued chicken,
honey glazed carrots, country style
mashed potatoes, two slices wheat
bread with margarine, fresh
orange, low-fat milk.
Tuesday: Tuna noodle casse-
role, green beans, stewed toma-
toes and rice, two slices whole
wheat bread with margarine, diced
peach cup, low-fat milk.
Wednesday: Chicken Caesar
salad, Caesar salad dressing, mar-
inated three-bean salad, two slices
wheat bread with margarine, mixed
fruit, low-fat milk.
Thursday: Hot dog with mus-
tard, sweet potato, steamed cab-
bage, two slices whole wheat
bread with margarine, molasses
cookie, low-fat milk.
Friday: Chicken and sausage
jambalaya, yellow rice, mixed veg-
etables, tossed salad with French
dressing, wheat bread with mar-
garine, peach crisp, low-fat milk.
Congregate dining sites include:
East Citrus, Crystal River,
Homosassa Springs, Inverness,
and South Dunnellon. For informa-
tion, call Support Services at 795-"
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Spring festivals
NEWYORK Spring festival
season is here, with celebrations of
art, music, food, wine, history, and
the natural world.
In Kansas City, 100,000 people
are expected to attend the Great
American Barbecue, May 26 to 28,
with a world-championship barbe-
cue contest and live performances.
The event takes place at The
Woodlands, 9700 Leavenworth
Road; details at
www.bbqcontest.info/.
The Sawdust Art Festival-
www.sawdustartfestival.org in
Laguna Beach, Calif., runs from
July 1 to Sept. 4, but private stu-
dios of 50 artists will be open to the
public on a tram tour, April 9 and
10. Meet the artists, hear about
their work, see the settings that
inspire them and attend a recep-
tion at the end of the day.
The New Orleans Jazz &
Heritage Festival is April 22 to May
1. There will be a kids' tent, food
heritage stage, Latin Day (April 24)
and 12 stages of performances,
including the Dave Matthews
Band, James Taylor, Nelly, the
Black Crowes, B.B. King, Elvis
Costello, Steel Pulse, Shirley Horn,
Ellis Marsalis, Fishbone and the
Neville Brothers. The festival is
also known for its food fair -
including shrimp, crawfish and
gumbo. Details at
www.nojazzfest.com.
Aspen, Colo.'s Food & Wine
Magazine Classic, June 10 to 12,
will showcase the work of some of
the world's top chefs and wine
experts such as Emeril Lagasse,
Mario Batali, Jacques Pepin and,
Bobby Flay. The event includes
more than 100 seminars and five
wine-tastings. Call (877) 900-9463
or visit
www.foodandwine.com/classic.
Celebrities from the world of
wine who are expected to attend
the May 18 to 22 Nantucket Wine
Festival include Marchese
Ferdinando Frescobald, Alessia
Antinori and Laurent Drouhin,
along with chefs like Bob and
David Kinkead, Lydia Shire and .
Ming Tsai. Call (508) 228-11.28 or
visit
www.nantucketwinefestival.com.
Acadia National Park in Mount
Desert Island, Maine, will host the
May 25 to 30 Warblers and
Wildflowers Festival. The event
includes birding walks, naturalist
cruises, an arts festival and garden
tours. During last year's festival,
participants spotted 115 species of
birds ranging from purple finches
and blue-headed vireos to snowy
egrets and 19 varieties of warblers.
Some migrating birds stay on the
island till fall; others use it as a
stopover as they head farther
north. Call (888) 369-8413 or visit
www.barharborinfo.com/warblers/in
dex.htm.
Cape May, N.J.'s Spring
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)use tours on April 23 and 30; www.giftcertificates.com. Details at
id a four-hour feast with each www.expedia.com/cruise.
>urse served in a different restau- Finally, here's a new concept in
nt, April 27 and 28. Other events cruising: No free buffets, but a hop-
clude murder mystery dinners, a on, hop-off policy where you create
walking tour exploring local ghost your own itinerary from ports of call
gends, wine events and a choco- along the Riviera, paying only for
te fantasy buffet. Go to the nights you stay on the ship.
ww.capemaymac.org or call (800) The inaugural trip for the new com-
75-4278. pany, called easyCruise, departs
cruise news May 6 from Nice. then on to
SYvruiS W. Cannes. Tropez, Monaco,
NEW YORK WhiredI=Mdr7 t Ge)e pleia aind Portotino. The


and fall cruises are filling up fatf,-
don't overlook spring trips and
other ways to save money.
Some seasonal bargains can be
had last-minute; For instance,
some Carnival cruises in April and
May are 30 percent lower than
summer and fall cruise rates. A
three-day voyage on Carnival's
Fantasy from Port Canaveral, Fla.,
to Nassau is $299 in April com-
pared to $409 in June. A five-day
trip on the Imagination from Miami
to Grand Cayman/Ocho Rios is
$429 in April compared to $729 in
June. A seven-day cruise aboard
the Victory from Miami to San
Juan, St. Maarten and St. Thomas
is $599 in April compared to $849
in June.
The April issue of TravelSmart
Newsletter (800) 327-3633 or
www.travelsmartnewsletter.com -
lists moneysaving tips for cruisers.
Among them: travel standby if you
live near a departure port and can
go on a spur of the moment; travel
to Alaska in early spring and late
fall, when the ships don't always fill
up; book a windowless cabin or put
yourself down for a cabin "to be
assigned," meaning you'll get a
cheaper room, last-minute, from
among those not previously
booked; sign up for an inaugural
cruise at introductory rates; and
ask about discounts, if you qualify,
for teachers, government employ-
ees, the military, clergy and AARP
members.
Expedia.com now has a cruise
price guarantee. Once you book a
cruise through the travel Web site,
if you find the same cruise at a
lower price elsewhere on the
Internet within 48 hours, Expedia
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ship hits a"hew pbft fach day by
lunch, and leaves for the next stop
early the next morning.
Passengers are encouraged to
spend the afternoon and evening
exploring the destination. Cabins
go for $57 and up per person, per
night (double occupancy); a la
carte food is available. Details at
www.easycruise.com.
California golf
NEW YORK Travel + Leisure
Golf is recommending Southern
California as a golfer's paradise,
and the magazine's March-April
issue lists 11 of what it considers
"world-class, publicly accessible"
golf courses in the region, along
with nearby attractions, places to
stay and other information you can
use to plan a golf vacation.
Beneficial tourism
NEW YORK (AP) Can
tourism be a force for good?
A new effort to increase tourism
in Africa and a tour operator com-
mitted to supporting the environ-
ment would like to think so.
The International Council of
Tourism Partners is pledging to
help promote tourism in Africa as a
way to alleviate the continent's
poverty. A report from the tourism
organization's Africa Commission
points out that Africa is blessed
with incredible wildlife, culture, tra-
dition and scenery. Now what is
needed is the infrastructure of
hotels and other services, along
with marketing.
Less than 4 percent of interna-
tional tourism is in Africa, and less
than 2 percent of international
tourism revenue is earned here.
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the African Travel and Tourism


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Closer to home, Florida-based.
Terra Incognita Ecotours is partner-
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every locality it visits. Each person
taking the tour makes a monetary
donation to the partner. The dona-
tion is not voluntary; it's built into
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Each tour will include a visit from
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In Costa Rica, Terra Incognita is
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Wildlife refuges
ARLINGTON, Va. Ninety-five
percent of visitors to national
wildlife refuges were satisfied with
their experience, according to a
recent survey by the U.S. Fish and
Wildlife Service.
Visitors were most satisfied with
the service they received from
employees and volunteers. 'We
are extraordinarily proud of these
results," said Fish and Wildlife
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interesting to see their prepa-
rations, and envision their
slow move through the city.
Surprisingly, the identities of
the penitents in this ritual are
unknown. I never found out
how they are chosen for this
honor.
Another fascinating item of
Easter are the "pisanky,"
which are hard-boiled, beauti-
fully decorated Easter eggs.
This art is popular and typical
of Eastern European coun-
tries, and the people do an
exquisite job of decorating
them. The decorations are
waxed onto the egg, and it
takes some time and patience
to learn this art In the Chicago
area, several churches and eth-
nic groups offer classes.
As a kid, I learned a very
simple phase of this decorating
and did it for several years.
The wax is heated in a small
container The "paintbrush" I
used was a pencil with a
straight pin inserted into the
eraser, using the head of the
pin to make characters. My
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straight strokes forming flow-,
ers.
After the planned decora-,,
tions are completed, the egg is,
dipped into the dye, and when ',
all is dry, a warm piece of soft.
cloth rubs off the wax and,,.
viola! You have a conversation
piece. ,
However, in the Eastern,.
countries, you can purchase.
these gorgeous eggs year-
round, since the contents of the,
eggs are removed, leaving it,,
hollow. Today, cre-,'
ativity has entered
the market. Instead','
of being "Easter'"2
eggs, the people",
make them into
many other items. I,.,
have one that is'
decorated and-
placed into a
delightfully deco-
Fusillo rated cornhusk-
rOIRS chicken. Neat!
Now, whatever
'RAVEL happened to the
SELOR "must have a cor-
-- sage" for Easter,
and the brand new spring out-.'
fit, which almost significantly,,,:
marked the end of winter? -i4
How about the Easter hat-o
with flowers? It was fun look-oT
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and feel brightened by the col-,io
orful array of flowered hats --.
looked like a garden.
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make Easter a special and- ,.
spiritual holiday, glorifying the .;,
Resurrection of our Lord. '
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time traditions, but life goes4,;
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cle uplifted my spirits.
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Iowa, will celebrate their 50th
wedding anniversary. They
were married April 15, 1955,
at St James Lutheran Church,
Victor, Iowa, and soon after
moved to Williamsburg, Iowa,
and established a business
which grew over the years,
and in 1984 they (mostly)
retired.
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Tamara Belland of Lynnwood,
Wash.; Tom Belland of
Williamsburg, Iowa, and Cindy
(husband, Jim) Anderson of
Eden Prairie, Minn. They
have five grandchildren:
Kelsey Belland, attending Coe
College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa;
Blair Belland, attending
Simpson College, Indianola,


The parents of Julie Lynn
Monheim and Wyatt Thomas
Marks would like to announce
the engagement of their chil-
dren. Julie is the daughter of
Tony and Nancy Monheim,
Fort Lauderdale, and Wyatt is
the son of Walter and Carol
Marks, Lecanto.
Julie received her bache-.
lor's degree, magna cum laude
from the University of Central
Florida in broadcast journal-
ism. She is currently working
at Ivanhoe Broadcast News,
Orlando.
Wyatt received his bache-
lor's degree with high honors
from the University of Florida
in building construction with a
minor in business administra-
tion. He is currently working
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Iowa; Kiley and Lexi Belland
of Williamsburg, Iowa; and
Quinn Anderson, attending
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anniversary in St. Petersburg
Beach, and they will celebrate
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When Citrus' Walter Howard traded in
"" his high-tops for cleats and shoulder pads,
he had no idea what a profound impact it
would have on his basketball skills.
J For the first time in his high
hiatus from the hardcourts in the
summer and fall of his junior year
to focus instead on an opportuni-
U ty to start at quarterback for the
Hurricane football team.
The football results were phe-
nomenal.
In one season the 6-foot-5
Howard grew from a novice into a
S' college prospect, picking apart
S, f/ defenses for over 1,700 yards and
11 touchdowns.
It', But the skills he learned on the
gridiron translated unexpectedly
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With his newfound toughness and some
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boards hard. He finished with a county-
high 10.1 rebounds per game and also
topped Citrus in scoring at 13.43 points per
game, leading the Canes to the second
round of the state playoffs and earning him
Chronicle boys player of the year honors.
Citrus, which finished with a 21-7 record
and a Ditrict 4A-9 championship, had a
streaky and turbulent season that started
with an eight-game win streak, finished
with a bang and featured a long spell of
mediocrity in between. Through it all,-
Howard was the one constant, hitting the
boards relentlessly throughout and racking
up double-doubles by the armload.
"He's not real emotional, which helps in
basketball," Citrus coach Tom Densmore
said. "It helps to be that guy who's real
steady because the game itself has so many
ups and downs. You can't get caught up
with them. Walt stays pretty much the same
through the whole game."
That's not to say the sharp-shooting for-
ward didn't have his high moments, such as
a 17-point, 23-rebound outburst against
Springstead, and a 25-point, 21-rebound
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games are rare even in 48-minute NBA
games, let alone the 32 minutes that make
up a high school tilt
"That is a ton of rebounds," Densmore
laughed. "That means he's getting almost
all of them."
Again, Howard credited his football
experience for his success under the bas-
ket.
"That was part of the thing I picked up
coming from football was being aggressive,
throwing my body into people when going
to the hoop," he said. "That was just some-
thing that I aimed for every game was to get
a bunch of rebounds and help my team out
Any time the ball came off the rim offen-
sively and defensively, I had a mindset that
I wanted to get to that ball and either push
it up the court or put it back in the hoop."
He also draws a parallel between quar-
terbacking and court sense.
'"A lot of times when people dribble they
look down, but a lot of it is being able to see
the whole court for the skip passes and
backdoor passes," Howard said. "In that
aspect, (playing quarterback) did help a
lot"
Densmore .noticed it too.

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Atlantic Division
L Pct GB L10
32 .543 7-3
34 .500 3 6-4
38 .457 6 6-4
38 .433 71/2 5-5
40 .420 8/2 4-6
Southeast Division
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30 .552 14 5-5
37 .464 20 1-9
53 .221 361 3-7
58 .159 41 1-9
Central Division
L Pct GB L10
26 .623 6-4
31 .544 51/2 6-4
32 .522 7 4-6
34 .507 8 6-4
41 .397 151/2 3-7
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Southwest Division


W L Pct GB
<-San Antonio 51 18 .739 -
Dallas 46 23 .667 5
Houston 42 27 .609 9
Memphis 39 29 .574 111/2
New Orleans 16 53 .232 35
Northwest
W L Pct GB
Seattle 48 20 .706 -
Denver 37 30' .552 101/2
Minnesota 36 34 .514 13
Portland 23 44 .343 24%2
Utah 21 47 .309 27
Pacific D
W L Pct GB
x-Phoenix 52 17 .754 -
Sacramento 43 27 .614 9/2
L.A. Lakers 32 36 .471 191/2
L.A. Clippers 32 37 .464 20
Golden State 24 45 .348 28
x-clinched playoff spot
y-clinched division
Friday's Games
Philadelphia 103, Toronto 101
Chicago 94, Boston 86
Miami 125, Phoenix 115
Indiana 94, Detroit 81
Houston 81, New Orleans 68
San Antonio 111, Atlanta 95
Seattle 109, New York 101, OT
Golden State 118, Milwaukee 117, OT
L.A. Clippers 98, Washington 94
Saturday's Games -
Minnesota 96, New Jersey 75
Toronto 109, Atlanta 104
Phoenix 118, Orlando 116
Charlotte 94, Miami 92

Suns 118, Magic 116
PHOENIX (118)
Richardson 2-5 0-0 4, Marion 11-18 2-2 27,
Stoudemire 3-7 8-13 14, Johnson 10-17 2-3
26, Nash 7-13 8-8 23, Jackson 4-10.2-2 11,
Barbosa 4-7 2-2 11, McCarty 0-1 0-0 0,
S.Hunter 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 42-79 24-30 118.
ORLANDO (.116)
Hill 11-19 4-5 26, Howard 5-8 2-2 12, Cato
2-5 2-2 6, Stevenson 9-16 3-4 22, Francis 5-
17 7-9 17, Nelson 7-17 3-4 19, Augmon 4-7
5-6 13, Jones 0-0 0-0 0, Kasun 0-0 1-4 1,
Battle 0-0 0-0 0, Garrity 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 43-
89 27-36 116.
Phoenix 31 26 3625- 118
Orlando 31 30 2431- 116
3-Point Goals-Phoenix 10-27 (Johnson
4-5, Marion 3-6, Nash 1-2, Barbosa 1-3,
Jackson 1-7, MdCarty 0-1, Richardson 0-3),
Orlando 3-10. (Nelson 2-6, Stevenson 1-1,
Hill 0-1, Francis 0-2). Fouled Out-
Stoudemire. Rebounds-Phoenix 42
(Marion 14), Orlando 56 (Howard 10).;
Assists-Phoenix 25 (Nash 12),,Qrlando,17,
(Francis 9). Total Fouls-Phoenix 29,1
Orlando 23. Technicals-Stoudemire. A- I
17,283. (17,248).
Bobcats 94, Heat 92
MIAMI (92)
E.Jones 5-9 4-4 16, Doleac 4-12 0-0 8,
O'Neal 12-20 2-7 26, D.Jones 5-10 0-2 13,
Wade 7-20 5-8 19, Mourning 3-4 2-4 8,
Dooling 0-2 0-0 0, Wang 1-6 0-0 2, Anderson
0-0 0-0 0, S.Smith 0-1 0-0 0: Totals 37-84 13-
25 92.
CHARLOTTE (94)
Wallace 7-14 2-3 17, Okafor 6-12 0-0 12,
Brezec 13-24 1-1 27, Knight 2-9 1-2 5,
Kapono 5-8 0-0 11, Ely 2-5 5-6 9, Allen 0-2 0-
0 0, Carroll 2-3 4-5 9, Hart 1-4 1-2 4,
Robinson 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 38-83 14-19 94.
Miami 26 13 3122- 92
Charlotte 23 27 20 24- 94
3-Point Goals-Miami 5-15 (D.Jones 3-7,
E.Jones 2-6, Wade 0-1, S.Smith 0-1),
Charlotte 4-9 (Carroll 1-1, Kapono 1-2,
Wallace 1-2, Hart 1-3, Knight 0-1). Fouled
Out-None. Rebounds-Miami 57 (O'Neal
16), Charlotte 52 (Brezec 11). Assists-
Miami 19 (D.Jones 6), Charlotte 28 (Knight
16). Total Fouls-Miami 18, Charlotte 21. A-
23,319. (23,319).
Timberwolves 96, Nets 75
MINNESOTA (96)
Sprewell 4-11 0-0 8, Gamett 5-14 3-4 13,
Olowokandi 5-7 1-3 11, Hassell 6-11 0-0 12,
Hudson 1-2 0-1 2, Griffin 3-7 2-2 10,
Szczerbiak 3-7 7-8 13, Cassell 10-13 2-2a23,
J.Thomas 1-4 0-1 2, Hoiberg 0-2 0-0 0,
A.Carter 0-1 0-0 0, Johnson 0-2 2-2 2. Totals
38-81 17-23 96.
NEW JERSEY (75)
V.Carter 7-17 2-2 16, Collins 5-7 1-1 11,
Krstic 2-9 0-0 4, Vaughn 6-13 2-2 15, Kidd 3-
12 1-1 7, Robinson 1-7 0-0 2, Buford 4-11 4-
4 12, Best 1-1 0-0 2, Scalabrine 0-4 0-0 0,
Planinic 0-2 0-0 0, Smith 2-2 2-2 6,
B.Thomas 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 31-87 12-12 75.
Minnesota 20 28 2325- 96
New Jersey 18 17 2416- 75
3-Point Goals-Minnesota 3-6 (Griffin 2-2,
Cassell 1-1, Hudson 0-1, Sprewell 0-2), New
Jersey 1-15 (Vaughn 1-1, B.Thomas 0-1,
Buford 0-2, Robinson 0-2, V.Carter 0-3, Kidd
0-6). Fouled Out-None. Rebounds-
Minnesota 65 (Gamett, Olowokandi 8), New
Jersey 40 (Kidd 10). Assists-Minnesota 24
(Gamett 8), New Jersey 23 (Kidd 8). Total
Fouls-Minnesota 14, New Jersey 18.
Technical-New Jersey Defensive Three
Second. A-17,849 (19,860).
Raptors 109, Hawks 104
TORONTO (109)
Rose 6-17 11-18 26, Bosh 13-18 6-7 32,
Aa.Williams 1-1 0-0 2, Alston 3-8 5-5 12,
Peterson 3-7 6-6 14, Palacio 2-5 2-2 6,
Marshall 0-0 0-0 0, E.Williams 3-4 4-6 10,
Bonner 2-6 0-0 4, Murray 1-3 0-0 3, Sow 0-0
0-0 0. Totals 34-69 34-44 109.
ATLANTA (104)
J.Smith 6-8 6-6 19, Harrington 5-13 4-6 15,
Ekezie 1-3 3-3 5, Lue 3-7 1-1 7, Childress 9-
14 1-1 19, Drobnjak 4-8 0-0 8, Diaw 3-6 0-0
6, Gugliotta 2-4 0-0 4, Delk 8-13 2-2 21,
D.Smith 0-0 0-0 0, Ivey 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 41-
7717-19 104.
Toronto 23 30 2531- 109
Atlanta 26 33 2025- 104
3-Point Goals-Toronto 7-14 (Rose 3-4,
Peterson 2-4, Murray 1-1, Alston 1-3, Bonner
0-2), Atlanta 5-10 (Delk 3-5, Harrington 1-1,
J.Smith 1-1, Diaw 0-1, Childress 0-1,
Drobnjak 0-1). Fouled Out-None.
Rebounds-Toronto 42 (Bosh 11), Atlanta 41
(Childress 10). Assists-Toronto 22 (Palacio
6), Atlanta 25 (Diaw 8). Total Fouls-Toronto
24, Atlanta 28. Technicals-Atlanta
Defensive Three Second 2. A-16,648.
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New Orleans 96, Memphis 85
Chicago 100, Indiana 96
Dallas 117, Cleveland 86
Milwaukee at Utah, 9 p.m.
Sacramento at Denver, 9 p.m.
New York at Portland, 10 p.m.
Sunday's Games
Houston at San Antonio, 1 p.m.
L.A. Clippers at Minnesota, 3:30 p.m.
Philadelphia at L.A. Lakers, 7:30 p.m.
Washington at Seattle, 8 p.m.
Monday's Games
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New Jersey at Charlotte, 7 p.m.
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Pistons 105, Celtics 99
BOSTON (99)
Pierce 11-23 6-6 32, Walker 7-21 1-2 15,
LaFrentz 5-10 0-0 10, Allen 1-4 1-2 3, Payton
3-5 2-2 8, Davis 7-12 0-2 15, Banks 2-3 0-0
4, West 0-2 0-0 0, Blount 4-8 2-2 10, Perkins
1-1 0-0 2. Totals 41-89 12-16 99.
DETROIT (105)
Prince 5-14 7-8 17, R.Wallace 11-21 7-8
31, B.Wallace 3-6 1-4 7, Hamilton 7-16 8-9
22, Billups 6-16 6-6 20, McDyess 4-7 0-2 8,
Arroyo 0-4 0-0 0, Delfino 0-0 0-0 0, Hunter 0-
0 0-0 0. Totals 36-84 29-37 105.
Boston 23 25 25 15 11- 99
Detroit 28 22 18 2017- 105
3-Point Goals-Boston 5-19 (Pierce 4-6,
Davis 1-2, Payton 0-1, LaFrentz 0-2, West 0-
2, Walker 0-6), Detroit 4-18 (R.Wallace 2-4,
Billups 2-10, Hamilton 0-2, Prince 0-2).
Fouled Out-Nore. Rebounds--Boston 51
-(LaFrentz 14), Detroit 57 (R.Wallace 11).
Assists-Boston 24 (Davis, ,.Payton 6),
Detroit 17 (Hamilton 8). Total Fouls--Botton
28, ii-Detroit 17.- Technicals,-Boston
Defensive -Three Second 2, B.Wallace,
Hamilton, R.Wallace. A-22,076. (22,076).
Hornets 96, Gdzzlies 85
NEW ORLEANS (96)
Nailon 4-12 0-0 8, Brown 8-12 3-4 19,
Magloire 3-8 4-10 10, Dickau 1-7 0-1 3,
Smith 13-18 1-2 33, Andersen 1-2 1-2 3,
Claxton 3-6 2-2 8, Nachbar 3-8 3-4 10,
Jacobsen 0-1 2-2 2, West 0-2 0-0 0. Totals
36-76 16-27 96.
MEMPHIS (85)
Battier 2-5 5-5 9, Cardinal 5-13 6-6 17,
Wright 5-9 2-3 12, J.Williams 4-11 2-3 11,
Miller 5-12 3-3 13, Gasol 2-3 5-6 9, Posey 0-
1 4-4 4, Watson 1-6 1-2 3, Wells 2-5-0-2 4,
Swift 1-3 1-2 3. Totals 27-68 29-36 85.
New Orleans 21 28 2918- 96
Memphis 18 18 2623- 85
3-Point Goals-New Orleans 8-16 (Smith
6-9, Dickau 1-2, Nachbar 1-4, Jacobsen 0-1),
Memphis 2-17 (Cardinal 1-3, J.Williams 1-4,
Battier 0-2, Wells 0-2, Watson 0-3, Miller 0-
3). Fouled Out-None. Rebounds-New
Orleans 52 (Brown 14), Memphis 47 (Wright
12). Assists-New Orleans 21 (Dickau 7),
Memphis 9 (J.Williams, Battier, Wells 2).
Total Fouls-New Orleans 30, Memphis 21.
Technicals-New Orleans Defensive Three
Second, Magloire, J.Williams. Flagrant
fouls-Jacobsen. A-18,119. (18,119).
Mavericks 117, Cavaliers 86
CLEVELAND (86)
James 7-17 5-6 19, Gooden 5-13 6-7 16,
llgauskas 4-10 5-5 13, Newble 3-7 1-2 9,
Snow 0-2 0-0 0, Pavlovic 0-3 0-0 0, Mclnnis
2-7 0-0 4, Traylor 0-1 0-0 0, L.Harris 2-3 0-0
5, Varejao 7-9 0-0 14, Welsch 1-3 2-4 4, Diop
1-1 0-0 2. Totals 32-76 19-24 86.
DALLAS (117)
Howard 4-9 2-2 11, Nowitzki 3-12 5-6 11,
Bradley 3-3 0-0 6, Finley 9-14 0-0 26, Terry 5-
8 2-3 14, Henderson 2-4 1-1 5, D.Harris 5-7
0-1 12, Van Hom 9-16 4-6 23, Daniels 3-6 1-
1 7, Armstrong 0-0 0-0 0, Podkolzin 0-0 (-0
0, Mbenga 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 44-80 15-20 117.
Cleveland 29 21 1620- 86
Dallas 29 37 2328- 117
3-Point Goals-Cleveland 3-5 (Newble 2-
2, L.Harris 1-1, James 0-2), Dallas 14-18
(Finley 8-8, D.Harris 2-2, Terry 2-3, Howard
1-1, Van Hom 1-4). Fouled Out--None.
Rebounds-Cleveland 43 (Gooden 0),
Dallas 47 (Nowitzki 14). Assists-Cleveland
19 (James 6), Dallas 26 (Terry 8). Total
Fouls-Cleveland 21, Dallas 20.
Technicals-Ilgauskas. A-20,435. (19,20().
Buls 100, Paces 96 1
INDIANA (96)
Jackson 11-28 7-10 34, Croshere 4-8 6r7
16, D.Davis 1-3 0-2 2, Johnson 4-11 0-0 9,
Miller 1-5 6-6 8, Foster 0-1 0-0 0, Pollard 313
1-1 7, F.Jones 9-17 1-2 20, Gill 0-4 0-0 0,
J.Jones 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 33-80 21-28 96. ;
CHICAGO (100)
Nocioni 2-3 0-0 4, A.Davis 4-9 2-2 1),
E.Curry 9-11 9-13 27, Piatkowski 1-5 1-1 0,
Duhon 0-7 0-0 0, Gordon 3-15 13-14 2b,
Deng 4-8 5-6 13, Pargo 2-9 2-2 6, Chandlpr
1-1 1-2 3, Harrington 6-11 2-2 14, Griffin Oil1
0-0 0. Totals 32-80 35-42 100.
Indiana 23 22 23 28- 96
Chicago 33 22 2025- 110
3-Point Goals--Indiana 9-28 (Jackson p-
12, Croshere 2-4, Johnson 1-3, FJones 1-6,
Miller 0-1, Gill 0-3), Chicago 1-13 (Gordon )-
4, Nocioni 0-1, Deng 0-1, Pargo 0-2,
Piatkowski 0-2, Duhon 0-3). Fouled Out4.-
None. Rebounds-Indiana 50 (D.Davis 4),
Chicago 59 (Chandler, Pargo 7). Assists--
Indiana 15 (Johnson 7), Chicago 19 (ParIo
7). Total Fouls---Indiana 24, Chicago 24.
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WEST VIRGINIA 85, OT
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Sally 2-3 0-1 4, Gansey 3-6 3-4 11,
Plttsnogle 9-15 1-2 25, Collins 2-5 5-6 11,
Joh.Herber 3-7 2-2 11, Bellein 4-7 2-2 13,
Nichols 1-1 0-0 3, Young 1-2 0-0 3, Fischer
;1-1 2-2 4. Totals 26-47 15-19 85.
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Palacios 6-8 0-4 13, Garcia 5-6 2-2 13,
t.Myles 3-6 3-8 9, Dean 8-20 0-0 23,
'O'Bannon 6-10 10-11 24, Wade 0-0 2-2 2,
Jenkins 0-4 1-2 1, Gianiny 0-0 0-0 0,
George 4-4 0-0 8. Totals 32-58 18-29 93.
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EJoh.Herber 3-4, Beilein 3-6, Collins 2-2,
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CLouisville 11-28 (Dean 7-17, O'Bannon 2-
5, Garcia 1-2, Palacios 1-2, Jenkins 0-1,
Myles 0-1). Fouled Out-Sally, Garcia.
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t5), Louisville 34 (Myles 7). Assists-West
'Virginia 23 (Collins, Joh.Herber 5),
rLouisville 19 (Garcia 8). Total Fouls-West
,Virginia 19, Louisville 18. A-15,896.
ILLINOIS 90, ARIZONA 89, OT
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S Adams 9-13 2-3 21, Radenovic 4-64-4
13, Frye 11-14 1-2 24, Shakur 4-6 2-2 12,
oStoudamire 2-13 4-4 9, McClellan 2-7 5-6
'10, Rodgers 0-2 0-0 0, Walters 0-0 0-0 0.
STotals 32-61 18-21 89.
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I Augustine 1-3 2-4 4, Powell Jr. 6-11 3-3
116, Head 7-18 1-2 20, Williams 8-15 1-2
:22, Brown 6-14 0-0 15, McBride 1-2 0-0 3,
k Carter 0-0 2-2 2, Ingram 3-8 1-2 8. Totals
'32-71 10-15 90.
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Regulation-Tied 80-80. 3-Point Goals-
Arizona 7-18 (Shakur 2-3, Frye 1-1,
Radenovic 1-1, McClellan 1-2, Adams 1-3,
Stoudamire 1-7, Rodgers 0-1), Illinois 16-
35 (Williams 5-9, Head 5-12, Brown 3-8,
Ingram 1-1, McBride 1-2, Powell Jr. 1-3).
Fouled Out-Augustine. Rebounds-
Arizona 37 (Frye 12), Illinois 32 (Augustine
6). Assists-Arizona 21 (Stoudamire 7),
Illinois 21 (Williams 10). Total Fouls-
Arizona 10, Illinois 18. A-16,957.

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Los Angeles 15 9 .625
Cleveland 13 10 .565
Baltimore 11 9 .550
Tampa Bay 12 10 .545
Detroit 11 10 .524
Minnesota 11 12 .478
New York 11 12 .478
Chicago 11 14 .440
Oakland 11 15 .423
Kansas City 9 13 .409
Seattle 9 13 .409
Boston 8 13 .381
Texas 9 15 .375
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Colorado 15 10 .600
New York 12 8 .600
St. Louis 12 9 .571
Arizona 14 11 .560
Cincinnati 14 11 .560
Milwaukee 13 12 .520
San Diego 13 12 .520
Houston 10 10 .500
Washington 10 10 .500
Chicago 12 .13 .480
Atlanta 10 11 .476
Pittsburgh 10 12 .454
Los Angeles 9 11 .450
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"He was our inbounder
because of his quarterbacking,"
the Citrus coach said. "He could
see the floor so well. When peo-
ple were in the full-court press,
he was the one who could find
the open guy."
There is no corresponding
football skill for shooting a bas-
ketball, but Howard likes to do
that, too. Densmore utilized that
shooting touch as a means to
draw opposing big men away
from the basket, even though
Howard was the Hurricanes'
dominant rebounder.
In fact, if Howard had his way
he'd spend more, time on the
wing than the post
like playing the wing and I
like playing facing the basket,"
Howard said. "I don't like play-
ing with my back to the basket
very much. I like being able to
shoot and drive from outside,
but when Coach needs me to, I'll
go down low and post up. The
good thing about that is you're
already, down there for a


rebound."
All of those skills are going to
come in handy for Densmore
and Citrus next year, when only
two players, Howard and Mark
Xenophon, return from the
Canes' senior-heavy eight-man
rotation.
"One of the things that we
really stressed this year was bal-
ance and that showed with
three players (Howard, Donnie
Ross, R.J. Cobb) in double fig-
ures," Densmore said. "Walt will
be expected next year to carry
the load. We'll be leaning on him
to bring his scoring up, which I
think he will. I think he has that
ability."
Howard believes he and his
teammates will be ready for the
challenge.
"I'm definitely looking for-
ward to that," he said. "We've got
a lot of great players coming up
but we'll definitely miss the sen-
iors who are graduating. Each
individual senior was good. at
one thing or another and they'll
be missed. But with our upcom-
ing sophomores and juniors,
we'll be very good. We have good
team chemistry together and all
of us are aggressive."


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0 Player of the Year: Walter Howard, junior, Citrus.
Multi-dimensional player averaged 13.4 points. 10.1
rebounds, 3 blocks and 2 assists for the county's best bas-
ketball team. Shot 47 percent from the field, 69 percent
from the line and 51,8 percent from 3-point range.
* Forward: Donnie Ross, senior, Citrus. .
Hurricanes' emotional leader finished a hair behind Howard
at 13.42 points per game, while adding 6.1 rebounds. Shot
more than 50 percent from the field and was an explosive
threat from the blocks.
* Forward: Drew Zimbro, senior, Lecanto.
High-flying swingman led the Panthers in scoring at 17.5
points per game, second-best in Citrus County. While deadly
from the perimeter, also an inside presence with 5 rebounds
and more than 2 blocks per game.
* Center: J.C. Livingston, junior, Crystal River.
Another big man with range, Livingston averaged 17.4 points
and 10 rebounds per game, making him one of only two
county players to average a double-double. Also shot better
than 50 percent frpm the field and 42 percent from beyond
the arc.
* Guard: R.J. Cobb, senior, Citrus.
Athletic point guard's ability to drive and force double-teams
can not be measured statistically, but Cobb still managed
11.2 points and 3.2 assists per game.
* Guard: Cory Ludwick, junior, Seven Rivers.
County's top scorer was at times unstopable, averaging 21
points, 5 rebounds, 2.7 assists and 2.3 steals per game.
Also shot 81 percent from the free throw line. Over 1,400
career points and 200 career 3s.


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Gerry Mulligan
OUT THE
WINDOW


MATTHEW BECKCnrondcle
The thrill of airboating has a cost. Airboat noise has been a source of Irritation to many people in Citrus County for years. As more and more people settle
In this county, the tensions between airboaters and residents has become more acute. Ron Provancher tells us that the problem is tricky, but he does offer
a possible solution.

An engineer's take on the issue ofairboat noise A su gsted
RON PROVANCHER ,..
Special to the Chronicle Up close, noise from barking *
o, you think airboats make too dogs, lawn mowers, O lu tio n
much noise.
But how much is too much? chainsaws, brush chippers,
You might say vou know it when i i R oC PeovAC e
Nou hear it But it turns out that airplane and helicopter Special to the Chronicle
Sthe ion, irrespective of atnyone overflights, speedboats and There is no question that airboats are noisy.
aquotehsetion.thiegpectbeofuanyyon
Tolerance level or agenda bias. ing aat uly in method. Propellers that deliver the thrust
This is a more complex issue than you might nOisier than a passing airboat. from an engine of 150 or more horsepower are
think. Many factors are involved: the sensitivity loud. The problem is manageable but not direct-
of human hearing, the science of objective ly with a noise standard.
measurement of sound intensity, the effects of it is subjective. Al the airboats that I measured could pass
sound quality (frequency mix), the effect of dis- With the enormous range of sensitivity of sound measurements of 90 decibels %with the
tance as related by the law of inverse squares. human hearing, a mathematical compression engine idle. In fact, the measurements were all
the science and design of engine mufflers and called a log scale is used in the objective meas- in the mid- to upper-60 decibels range (65-70).
the physics of propellers. urement of sound intensity. It is called the deci- The sound level reduces with distance a
Humans can hear very low intensity sounds bel scale (dB) with 0 dB set at the threshold of reduction of 6 decibels for each doubling of the
like the whispering pines or the quiet tick of a human hearing. Without a mathematical back- distance from the source. t
clock or moderate sounds like conversation or ground, it is not possible to understand this An ordinance or law that would establish an
the TV We also can hear loud sounds like very scale, as it is not intuitive. airboat idle zone within 300 feet of shoreline
loud music, chainsaws, airplanes, barking dogs For example, a quiet conversation sound homes will probably address most of the airboat
and yes. airboats. level might be 60 dB, and one twice as loud noise problems.
All these sounds have different qualities (fre- would only be 63 dB. Similarly an airboat meas- Most airboaters (90-plus percent) already
quencies) and intensity Comparative testing ured at 87 dB would be only half the sound practice this today out of consideration for their
has shown that human hearing, good as it is, is level of one at 90 dB. Also the sound pressure neighbors.
not totally consistent. Human hearing and toler- level of 90 dB airboat noise is 1,000 times that of Airboat noise levels at idle are no louder than
ances are not uniform. Too much "noise" for
one may be just good music for another; i.e. Please see OEU.'.a:./Page 4C Please see :. opage 4C
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Social Security no


longer adds up


She first step in problem solving is
problem identification.
.a. Nonetheless, when it comes to
the current Social Security reform
debate, many Americans have failed to
recognize or accept the fact
that due to a number ofcon-
verging factors the future
financial solvency of Social
Security no longer adds up.
American life expectancy
has spiraled upward since
the landmark Social
Security Act of 1935. In 1935,
average life expectancy at ,
birth was 62. Of those who Curt
survived to age 21, about
half could expect to live long EAGI
enough to receive Social VIE
Security benefits at age 65.
Now, average life expectancy for
Americans is 77, with about half of
those reaching age 65 today living to
age 83. Thus, with longevity increasing,
the number of years for reaping bene-
'.. fits has risen commensurately.
A demographic tsunami promises to
financially inundate Social Security. In
1940, Social Security's worker-to-
I retiree ratio was 42 to 1. By the 1950s,
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the ratio was 16 to 1. Today, three work-
ers shoulder the burden for each Social
Security recipient And, by the time
today's 20-year-olds reach retirement
age, only two workers will sustain their
benefits. Given this widening
inverse correlation, benefits
will ultimately outstrip rev-
enue.
The actuary spiral and
demographic tsunami have
been accompanied by a cor-
responding extension of
Social Security coverage.
Initially, Social Security only
Ebitz covered workers in com-
merce and industry.
LE'S Disregarding President
MW Franklin Delano Roosevelt's
counsel that "We can never
insure 100 percent of the population
against 100 percent of the hazards and
vicissitudes of life," Congress has
extended coverage to virtually all types
of workers. Consequently, more than 90
percent of the American workforce par-
ticipates in Social Security today.
Compounding the extension of cover-


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Dawsy and all dads


mourn for Jessica

through all of this Jessica saw on TV a week ago Saturday morn-
Lunsford tragedy, people have ing was a dad with a badge, speaking
repeatedly praised the work of from his heart about the sorrow I know
Citrus County Sheriff Jeff Dawsy he's carried with him the past few
County Commissioner Jim Fowler weeks.
said it best the other day. Dawsy's per- It got me thinking about the incredi-
formance during press con- ble impact children have on
ferences that included print the lives of dads. It is
and TV media from across immeasurable.
the country have been stel- Moms, they've got that
lar maternal, from-the-womb
Here's why: Dawsy's a thing. Their relationship
dad. with children seems to begin
Did you see him announc- on instinct
ing the arrest of John Not the case with dads,
Couey? Dawsy was on the who sort of grow into being a
verge of tears. Same thing Mike Wright dad while the child is grow-
the next day when little ing into being a person who
Jessica's body was found. WRIGHT walks, talks and licks ham-
Dawsy openly called Couey ON TARGET sters to give them baths
a "piece of trash." (inside joke, sorry).
You don't normally see that kind of My daughter, Erin, turns 10 in May
openness from Dawsy or any other law (or, as she likes to put it, moves into
enforcement officer. They're usually "double figures"). I love being a dad.
tight-lipped, even when something I'm thrilled she's my kid. I told her once
major occurs. that God meant for her to be my daugh-
The big difference here is Dawsy is ter Not that he meant for me to have a
taking this personally We look to him as
the guy with the badge and gun. What I Please see ,' : /Page 5C


Safeguards

needed

for our

children
he abduction and mur-
der of Jessica Lunsford
has left an indelible
mark on the people of Citrus
County.
This type of horror does not
happen in our community.
Many of us moved from
other places to avoid this type
of violence and depravity.
There is outrage. There is
anger. And there is a burning
desire that something be done
to make sure this type of brutal
murder of a child does not
happen again.
The sad story of Jessica
stirred the nation because it
goes to the heart of every par-
ent's fear. A child was stolen
from the safety of her own bed
and murdered, law-enforce-
ment authorities believe, by a
known criminal.
The system let Jessica
Lunsford down.
The folks at the county
Sheriff's Office feel awful
about the outcome of the
three-week long search for
Jessica after she was abducted
from her Homosassa home.
The reality was that she had
been killed before the search
had really begun.
What Sheriff Jeff Dawsy and
his investigators should feel
good about is that they con-
Please see . /Page 5C


Charlie Brennan
SHADES
OF GRAY


Brothers,

Brennans

and friends
or tennis fans, it's Wim-
bledon. For NASCAR
fans, it's Daytona. For
me, it's the Allman Brothers
Band at the Beacon Theatre.
A brief history:
1972 or 1973 High school
friend asks if I like the Allman
Brothers. "Of course," I said,
suspecting to be very cool, I'd
better learn more about this
band.
1975/1976 Early college
brought knowledge of how
great the band was. While my
GPA may have hovered around
a lame 2.0,1 excelled at listen-
ing to rock music and, for me,
the Allmans were among the
cream of the musical crop.
Spring 1978 While work-
ing as a laborer on a grove in
Sarasota, I hear Allman
Brothers music sifting through
the citrus trees. It stopped and
started many times. I figured
some kid with a guitar was
practicing to an album (those
things that came before cas-
sette tapes and CDs and MP3
players).
Fall 1978 Back in college
after learning the realities of
hard labor, I find myself in the
library. True to form, rather
than studying, I locate a copy
of Rolling Stone magazine and
read where (approximate
wording) "the Allman Brothers
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CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE
EDITORIAL BOARD
Gerry Mulligan ......................... publisher
Charlie Brennan ........................... editor
Neale Brennan .....promotions/community affairs
Kathle Stewart ....... advertising services director
Steve Arthur ............... Chronicle columnist
Mike Arnold ......................managing editor
Jim Hunter .......................... senior reporter
Founded in 1891
by Albert M. Curt Ebitz.......................... citizen member
Williamson Mike. Moberley ....... ..............guest member
"You may differ with my choice, but not my right to choose."
David S. Arthurs publisher emeritus

PRICE OF GROWTH.




ImpactI fees




on the rise


Building a home will now
be more expensive in
Citrus County.
The county commission voted
last week to increase impact fees
on new single-family home con-
struction from $3,131 to $6,465.
Consumers who purchase new
homes will pay those costs and
the monies raised will be used to
build new schools, roads, public
buildings and libraries.
These increases are just the
first round of hikes in impact
fees. The same con-
sultant who recom-
mended these THE IH
increases will come The h
back later this year mpac
and recommend impa
new fees for emer-
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ice, fire, law County
enforcement and continue(
parks and recre-
ation., Total fees
could end up near the $10,000
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Builders and bankers tried to
convince the county commission
that the increases were too large
and would put local business at a
competitive disadvantage with
other-counties in the region. The
commissioners led by
Chairwoman Vicki Phillips -
did not buy the arguments.
Some mitigating issues were
appropriately approved. A flat
impact fee of $1,696 was
approved for affordable housing
construction for low- to mid-
income households.
The commissioners unani-
mously approved the impact fee
hikes except those for education.
An effort to double the school
impact fee by Commissioner
Dennis Damato only gained sup-
port from one other board mem-
ber. Instead, the school impact

Giant garage
The huge, gigantic garage in the
Inverness Highlands that looks more
like an auto repair shop is not "
something that should have been
(permitted) in a residential neigh-
borhood. I feel very sorry for the
people who live on the same street
that have to look at this


eyesore ... I'd like to know
if these neighbors' houses S
are depreciating in value
because of this. I know I
would think so. I wouldn't
want to be the one to have
to live next door to it. What |
about the codes? Are they
being violated?
Where's Iraqi oil? CA-
Whatever happened to 563=
the oil that we were sup-
posed to receive from Iraq?
It was supposed to help pay for their
war. If we were to buy their oil, why
is the price of gas (more than) $2 a
gallon? The high price of gas affects
everything we eat, wear, build or use.
And then they tell us there is no
inflation. I guess the oilmen are
laughing all the way to the bank.
Paying the most
Facts to consider: Social Security
taxes on $26,000 a year, 100 per-
cent. Social Security taxes on
$200,000 a year, 45 percent. Which
household needs the greatest per-
centage of their yearly income?
When the president gave income tax
rebates, he said that to be fair, the
top 1 percent of the wealthiest
deserve 97 percent of the rebates.
In my mind, there is no doubt whose


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fees will nearly triple.
There was little public opposi-
tion to raising the impact fees
because existing residents for
the most part don't pay them.
The hikes will potentially raise
tens of millions of dollars to
expand the infrastructure in the
county.
Despite the warnings of the
business community, the com-
missioners don't feel the fee
hikes will -have a negative
impact on the booming building
industry. The coun-
ty should pay close
SSUE: attention to what
happens as these
ike in hikes go forward.
t fees. The fees will only
raise the projected
PINION: dollars if the hous-
bets on ing boom continues.
d growth. If the fees are too
high, consumers
will look toward
more competitive counties.
The good news is that more
dollars will be available to prop-
erly build infrastructure that has
for so long been neglected.
While impact fees are easy for
elected officials to approve
(because voters don't pay them),
the fees should not be the only
technique used to raise money
for improving roads, sewers,
parks and schools. Existing
growth has created tremendous
needs, and existing residents
should share the cost of making
infrastructure improvements.
We'd prefer to see a more bal-
anced approach to raising tax
dollars for the needed improve-
ments.
The county has many needs
and the commission has placed
all of its hopes on new-construc-
tion impact fees. It's a bet that
deserves constant review.

interests the president will look out
for if we let him "fix Social Security."
Voicemail 101
When you call someone and get
their answering machine instead, do
not start speaking until the beeping
sound stops. This is your signal to
start talking. So many people start
talking as soon as the
message is over, without
waiting for the beeping to
stop. That means that your
first one or two sentences
are not recorded because
you didn't wait for that
beeping to stop. If you
don't know how to do this,
: .just hang 6ip without leav-
ing any message. You usu-
057 ally identify yourself with
your first sentence and if
it's not recorded, then we
have no idea who's talking to us on
this machine, and it's annoying.
Support the troops
I get so tired of the selfish, short-
minded ostriches that keep saying
"Bring the troops home." Haven't
they heard of 9/11? First of all, all
of the soldiers are volunteers; they
volunteered to fight and defend the
United States. If you don't think
that terrorists are real, you're stu-
pid. Just because they don't wear
uniforms doesn't mean that they
are not organized. Our troops are
there so that the terrorists won't
come here again. Ninety percent of
all those who died in 9/11 were
innocent civilians. Better over there
than here. Be an American. Stand
behind your president.


after the Rev. William
Coats preached un-
derstanding and for-
giveness for John Couey, a
man accused of a terrible
murder, I had what some
might think to be a strange
reaction. I said to myself:
Way to go Rev. Coats!
Coats is the pastor of
Jessica Lunsford's church.
He knows the family and Steve.
what they have gone FAB
through. Like all of us who & FOI
have been taken up with
the unjust fate of this little
girl, he has grieved. Still, through that
sorrow, he preached forgiveness, a
form of love.
In a land where Christians have so
much power, a power that is so easy to
abuse, it was wonderful to hear the
lone voice of this Christian echoing the
revolutionary teachings of Jesus of
Nazareth whose death and resurrec-
tion Christians are celebrating on this
holy day.
Coats had nothing to gain, no agenda
except to preach the word of the Lord.
On. the other hand, we have politi-
cians who do have ambitions and
agendas who, to further their objec-
tives, would like to mix religion and
politics, which is like pouring pure
white milk into a bucket of used motor
oil. The Terri Schiavo case, for exam-
ple.
Our nation is supposed to be a
nation of laws. Lawmakers and our
courts are two pegs in the three-legged
stool that supports our government
The third leg is the executive branch.
Nancy Argenziano, the woman who
represents this county in the Florida
Senate, was one of 21 senators who
formed a narrow majority who voted


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NB against a bill that would
give even distant relatives
.. the ability to challenge the
decision of a spouse when a
life-or-death decision must
be made about a person in a
vegetative state.
The deliberate misinfor-
mation about the bill and
the barrage of phone calls
to her office protesting her
Lrthur vote were at times ven-
LES omous and threatening.
BLES Other lawmakers said they
were threatened too, and
feared for the lives of their
families and staff. They were assigned
bodyguards. They were under siege.
Without mustering the hubris to
debate the thorny moral issues that
have made Terri Schiavo's fate a
national concern and the subject of a
special session of Congress, the idea
that it's OK to threaten elected repre-
sentatives who don't vote the way some
would wish is a dangerous tendency,
antithetical to who we are as a nation.
Sen. Argenziano and others became
the target of an organized effort to
punish them for voting their con-
sciences. That effort was incited by
Gov. Jeb Bush. People from out of state
came to disrupt the flow of govern-
ment in hysterical displays.
Pundits tell us that this last presi-
dential election hinged not on a
squishy economy or an unpopular war
incited on false premises, a deteriorat-
ing environment or terrorism, but
rather upon issues pinned to religious
beliefs, banning abortion and allowing
religious instruction in classrooms
among them.
This force, when harnessed to
achieve political goals, is formidable
and easily manipulated. For members


of Congress to suddenly intervene in a
cause in which they have no business,..
meddling, is cynical. Congress is sup-_,,
posed to make laws for the nation. Our ,.
courts interpret those laws. The chief,
executive is tasked with running the,-
country. The balance of power
between these three is already skewed
toward the executive office; when
Congress intervenes to overrule our
courts, we are in trouble. The same is
happening at the state level.
Lawmakers who have searched;
their hearts and anguished over the .
right and wrong of the Schiavo case,:
must be allowed to make up their own i
minds and not be intimidated.'
Argenziano, a Republican, says she'
came down on the side of true conser-
vatism by not interfering with the deci-
sions of many judges. You may not
agree with her, but she acted sincerely
and rightfully
People who vote their consciences
should not be punished or vilified.
Threatening people who don't agree
with you is to forget the teachings of-
Christ and to forget that this is a nation -
where people are allowed to make up,.
their own minds on important issues.
Religion is a powerful force that can
be used to motivate people to action,'
sometimes to great goodness and:i
sometimes to shameful acts.
To see this force cynically manipu-,
lated for political gain, as I believe it'
has been in this already-difficult case,
is a painful and unsettling experience ".
that threatens to undermine the stabil- *
ity of our government.

Steve Arthur, a Chronicle columnist,
can be reached at 563-5660, Ext 1375,
or by e-mail at sarthur
@chronicleonline.com.


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Administrator Richard Wesch for the
BOCC, Sheriff Jeff Dawsy, Clerk of
Courts Betty Strifler, Property
Appraiser Melanie Hensley, Tax
Collector Janice Warren and the
Supervisor of Elections Susan Gill.
We were very pleased with the sup-
port and cooperation they offered.
Our committee objectives are to
increase public awareness, investi-
gate and educate, Sunshine the
process and accomplish fiscal respon-
sibility within taxing entities.
The committee is trying not to be
disruptive in the budget process. We
are working with and within the vari-
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established.
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year 2005-06 was started Jan. 10.
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Sprinkler hours
There has been a lot of publicity '
about water usage in the Beverly -
Hills community. While you are trying
to punish the little fish, the big fish
are stealing the store. Here is just one
example.
Thursday, March 3, it rained in the
Beverly Hills area from about noon -";
until well past 8 p.m. While I was
driving west on County Road 486 at
about 7:45 p.m., I observed the lawn
sprinklers working just past the
Brentwood entrance. If you have driv-
en past this area, you know which
ones I mean. They not only water the
lawn, but they also give a free wind-
shield washing to westbound vehicles.
This was a terrible waste of water. ,,
On the return trip at about 9:15 p.m.,.
the rain had stopped, but the sprin-
klers had not They were still working.
One and a half-hours during a storm.
Maybe instead of trying to punish
the people of Beverly Hills, you
should check your own records and
punish the abusers. You have the
records. You have the capability. What
do you think?
Jerry Boblitz
Beverly Hills


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That whosoever believeth in Him shall not perish


T oday is Easter I -What could be simpler or
Sunday, the day qn more straightforward?
which Christians cel- Sometimes we get con-
ebrate the resurrection of a fused and begin to concen-
living Saviour. Those of you trate too much on the theo-
who read this column regu- Iilogical theories which are
larly will probably recog- thrust at us from every
nize the following piece, it angle, but in truth, the savy-
has been published before, ing grace of God's son,
but I don't know a better Jesus Christ, is just as sim-
way of saying it Fred Brannen ple as believing in Him.
"For God so loved the A SLICE OF When I was a child, I
world, that he gave his only LIFE couldn't understand how
begotten son, that whosoev- anyone could NOT believe.
er believeth in him should not perish, The people I loved and trusted said it
but have everlasting life." John 3:16, was true. It was written in the Bible.
King James Version. The Bible's not just words on paper,


it's the word of God.
How could anyone doubt?
But as I grew older, while I main-
tained my faith, I began to understand
doubt Even one of the 12 disciples,
Thomas, doubted.
"But Thomas, one of the 12, was not
with them when Jesus came. The other
disciples therefore said unto him, we
have seen the lord. But he said unto
them, except I shall see in his hands
the print of the nails, and putmy finger
into the print of the nails and thrust my
hand into his side, I will not believe."
John 20:24-26, King James Version.
As a child, with the precious com-
modity, childlike faith, I had no room


for doubt. But like most folks, as the
years passed, I learned skepticism.
"Then came Jesus, the doors being
shut, and stood in the midst and said,
peace be unto you. Then he said unto
Thomas, reach hither thy finger and
behold my hand and thrust it into my
side, and be not faithless, but believ-
ing. And Thomas answered and said
unto him, my Lord and my God. Jesus
saith unto him, Thomas, because thou
hast seen me, thou hast believed;
blessed are they that have not seen
me and yet have believed." John
20:26-29, King James Version.
Today, I understand that the basic
Christian dogma is not quite as self-


evident as it seemed to me when I was
a child. It goes against the laws of
nature to believe that a baby could be
born of a virgin and that a man could
die on a cross, then, on the third day,
walk out of the tomb.
Yet, herein lies the beauty and sim-
plicity of it all: The Son of God is not
subject to the laws of nature. If we can
just accept that "God gave his only
begotten Son," then, in faith believing,
we "shall not perish, but have ever-
lasting life."

Fred Brannen is an Inverness
resident and a Chronicle columnist


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Fear reigns
Presidents from Woodrow,
Wilson (League of Nations) to
: ED. Roosevelt (United
Nations) to Jimmy Carter, to
SGeorge H.W Bush, and to Bill
Clinton have all envisioned a
"One World" government that
fights no wars and all people
live in peace.
Our present government
does not havethis vision. We
are being told to live in fear -
fear of a Social Security crisis
S-!feat of terrorists. Weare
becoming controlled byifear.
1' But the one fear not evefn
being mentioned is the very
real threat of a coming perma-
nent oil shortage. The peak
production of oil in the world
is occurring now. As the oil
supply decreases by 2 percent
every year and the oil usage
increases by 3 percent every
year, the law of supply and
deinand inexorably buts in.
ANWR (Alaskan) oil will not
even make a dent in this prob-
lenm.
the Chinese are making
deals with Canada and Ven-
ezpela for the oil their growing
economy demands. The
Indians are making deals with
SRussia and others for oil. Who-
ever controls the oil supply
; controls the world. We are an
Imperial World Power. Such a
power cannot continue to exist
without oil. We have bases on
the islands of Principe and San
Tome in the South Atlantic to
protect the oil route from
Africa. We have bases in Iraq,
Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and
Quatar on the Persian Gulf
where two-thirds of the world's
oil reserves are.
We have declared "war on
tyranny." This would include
Syria and Iran. The vice presi-
dent of the Iranian National
Oil Company, Ali Samsam
Bakhtiari, has stated World
War III has already started.
Congress has not discussed
the "peak oil" problem at all,
z and this is at the very heart of
: all national and world consid-
S rations.
To complicate these grave
issues, the Christian right
believes that Armageddon is at
3 hand, set in motion by the war
in Iraq, and prophesied to star
in 2007 with cataclysmic events
including nuclear destruction.
ji A world war over oil would
most likely involve nuclear
; weapons. The Chinese, Jap-
;) anese, Russians and Euro-
peans are very much aware of
our actions, which speak loud-
er than words.


Donald C. Winters
Inverness

Reform strategy
Some question that doing
away with Social Security is
what the "reform" is all about
In a leaked e-mail, Peter Weh-
ner, Carl Rove's deputy, wrote:


OR


"For the first time in six
decades, the, Social Security
battle is one we can win and
in doing so, we can help trans-
form the political and philo-
sophical landscape of the coun-
try. We have it within our grasp
to move away from dependen-
cy on government and toward
giving greater power and
responsibility to individuals."
Notice his use of the word
"battffle." What was the battle
that they wanted to win more
than 60 years ago? Are we so
dumb as to think that Franklin
D. Roosevelt's political oppo-
nents were fighting to strength-
en Social Security?
Does this sound familiar?
"The promise of secure retire-
ments is a 'hoax.' Taxes paid by
workers are 'wasted' by the
government rather than pru-
dently invested. And 'the so-
called reserve fund ... is no
reserve at all' because it con-
tains nothing but government
IOUs." Not George Bush; Alf
Landon, in his 1936,
Presidential campaign.
President Roosevelt speak-
ing for Social Security: "I have
pointed out to the Congress
that we are seeking to find the
way once more to well-known,
long-established, but, to some
degree, forgotten ideals and
values. We seek the security of
the men, women and children
of the Nation ... And finally,
the third principle is to use the
agencies of government to
assist in the establishment of
means to provide sound and
adequate protection against
the vicissitudes of modem life
- in other words, social insur-
ance."
Wehner's memo outlines the
political strategy that focuses
on Social Security immediately
in the new year with speeches
early on to establish the prem-
ise that the current system is
heading for an iceberg; the
notion that younger workers
will receive anything like the
benefits they have been prom-
ised is fiction; and that we are
on an unsustainable course
right now, unless "reform" is
undertaken.
Government exists to do for a
people what they cannot do as
individuals; poverty is not nec-
essarily the result of depravity.
Marilyn J. Day
Beverly Hills

Social survival
The current problem with
Social Security is not just that
it will have to be reformed; the
current problem is that people
have become dependent on it
as a means to survive into their
retirement age.
Future recipients of Social
Security have learned the
proper lessons of financial
management On average, we
have Roth IRAs, mutual funds,
savings bonds and many other
forms of investments for our


future. We are not rich, but w
know we must support our-
selves now and into the futu:
I can't understand why so
many people expect the gov-
ernment to provide for you
when you could do so much
better on your own. I would
suggest that the idea of priva
accounts be listened to. With
about $200 a month that I pa
into the Social Security fund
could put that (plus the mon
I am currently saving) towar
my future retirement funds
well as having money for me
ical treatment if I need it
For the government to do
this, it established an agency
that buys everything from
paper to office space and pr
vides retirement for those w
work in the agency. How is ti
a good investment of my fun
That same money, if invested
by me, would cost less to inv
in a private account than it
does the government just to
hold.
I've never heard advice
offered by relatives or educa
tors that said give your penn
to the government or let the
government save your dollar
for you. I've always been told
that if I save my pennies and
put my dollars away, I can be
well to do by the time I get o
So why is it that all those
people who told me this (and
still do) are not sure about
Social Security reform or pr
vate accounts? .
If the stock market is a ris
why do most congressional
leaders have money in it? Se
Nelson spoke against private
accounts, but would he tell h
kids not to invest in the stock
market?
Jimmie T. Sm
Herna

Resource woes
The rising gasoline prices
are because we have done
nothing about it to correct it
All the oil that is produced
Alaska is shipped directly to
Japan Why?
We spent two summers in
Alaska and even the citizens
the state wonder why
Supposedly there are other
oil fields in Alaska which ar
being held in reserve Re-
serve for what?
There is supposed to be oi
under the water in the Gulf
Mexico. The conservatives d
not want to take a chance of
reaching the beaches of
Florida.
I would imagine with these
three possibilities that we
could tell the oil companies
the East that we could do wi
out their oil. What would yoi
suppose would happen to th
$55 a barrel price if the large
user in the world would be
able to supply ourselves? Ju
passing thought
Leroy W. Lovely
Homosa


Peace follows war


Re: War for peace? Marilyn J. Day 2/13/05.
Again, Marilyn has given us a cynical sim-
plistic view of the issue of WMD and the need
for war in Iraq. We are to believe her analogy
as moral truth. I would consider the whole
truth as the moral standard.
I would ask the readers not to accept these
abbreviated simple statements to be All truth to
read the complete report very carefully, then
add to that the ongoing investigation today
involving the U.N. oil for food scandal.
| Remember also what was found after the
first war by the inspectors and what they went
11 through get that information and destroy what
they found. Every inspection group met with
high resistance, and little cooperation. To say
that Saddam (Hussein) bent over backward to
Help is ridiculous.
The president never said in his speeches to
Congress that Saddam was directly involved in
9/11. They knew that he had had several con-
t tacts with Osama bin Laden through the years.
We do know that Al-zakawi was fighting in
Afghanistan for the Taliban and when wound-
ed fled to Saddam, where today he leads the
terrorists and of late has sworn allegiance to
Osama.
It is too bad Marilyn wrote her letter before
the vote in Iraq took place. It told a different
story about what the Iraqi people want
we Her historical reference to the formation of
our constitutional government taking 300 years.
re. This is a different time in history where demo-
cratic governments are more readily accepted
and wanted.
Yes, peace can be won by war. Look at your
own century, Japan, Germany and others.
Other than war, just how would you recom-
ate mend we have peace with terrorists that swear
death to all infidels and Jews? Maybe you have
.Y some secret way of keeping your head long
1, I enough to ask (Abu Musab) al-Zarqawi for
ey peace.
ds
as Alfred Merrill
d- ,. Hernando

Marshall in reverse
The cold war is over. The Marshall Plan has
made all the countries involved in World War
ho II stable economically, and they are capable of
his taking care of themselves. Our allies are politi-
ds? cally sound, although I sometimes wonder
d where France is going. Most of these countries
est have a nuclear capability. It's time we pull our
military presence out of the Middle East, and
save a pile of money.
The Far East Do we really need a huge con-
tingent of our military in that section of the
- world? If we pulled out of South Korea, do you
ties think that North Korea would attempt to over-
run that country? Russia, China and Japan
rs have a strong influence as to what goes on
d there and they are going to be watching North
J Korea's every move, and more so if we were to
e pull out It has to be costing us billions keeping
ld. these long lines of supply open to continue our
presence.
d I read recently that the last big drop in the
stock market was triggered by investors who
i- normally buy government
bonds. They are not comfort-
k, able with the U.S. dollar and SHARI
are looking for other places to THOL
n. put their money Do you real-
e ize what a hold they have on U Follow the i
his our country? Our country is in today Opi
k debt in a big way, trillions, and send a lett
we keep getting deeper in tor.
nith debt Our medical costs are 0 Letters mu
ndo skyrocketing. The president longer than
has some way-out scheme to and writers
fix Social Security by borrow- ed to three
ing more money. We have lost month.
our industrial base, and now
we have to buy everything we need from the
outside world. Multinational interests control
d in the big industries left. We cannot afford to
keep doing business as we did 50 years ago. We
can't afford that luxury. We need a reverse
Marshall Plan for ourselves. The Greatest
of Generation is almost a thing of the past, and I
do not think that our offspring are up to the
er task The country has forgotten what made us
e what we were: "work"
The George Bush war is another subject

il Richard F. Davis
of Inverness

it Only a Ponzi scheme
Ponzi scheme: Hey, does this sound familiar?
Named after Charles Ponzi, who ran such a
e scheme in 1919-20, a Ponzi scheme is an invest-
ment scheme in which returns are paid to ear-
in lier investors entirely out of money paid into
th- the scheme by newer investors.
u Ponzi schemes are similar to pyramid
e schemes, but differ in that Ponzi schemes are
est operated by a central company or person, who
may or may not be making other false claims
st a about how the money is being invested, and
where the returns are coming from. Ponzi
and schemes don't necessarily involve a hierarchal
ssa structure, as in a pyramid scheme; there is


Only truth matters
True followers of Christ are finally telling
people the full gospel truth and are being
intolerant of sin. We are told that we have to be
accepting and tolerant of other beliefs. We
can't be accepting or tolerant
of them if we know the truth of
YOUR the Bible. If you think
IGHTS Christians are arrogant for
saying that ours is the only
instructions on "right" way, then that's what
union page to you believe about Jesus, too.
r to the edi- Jesus said, "I am the way, the
truth and the life: No man
st be no cometh unto the Father, but by
350 words, me." (John 14:6)
will be limit. In fact, the Pharisees and
letters per others thought that was an
arrogant statement, too; it's
why they wanted Jesus dead.
He said he was the only way to God, not one of
many ways.
The fact is that what we "believe" really
doesn't matter only the truth does.
Hitler "believed" killing people and making
a superior race was right What he believed
didn't make it right. People take drugs and
believe they can fly. When they jump out of the
third-story window, they still end up dead,
because they can't fly. Only the truth matters -
not what we believe.
I know the truth of who Jesus is because of
the change in my life. When we stand before
God and he judges us, he won't ask what we
"believed." He just wants us to tell him why he
should let us into heaven. The only acceptable
answer is in the Bible that we repented of
our sins and lived for Jesus. Many people
claim to be Christians, but if they haven't
repented of their sins and aren't living for him,
they will be surprised on judgment day. I pray
that the eyes of unbelievers will be open
before that time comes.
The big question we should ask ourselves is
this: "If I die tonight, am 1 100 percent sure I
will go to heaven?" If you don't know the
answer, you might want to start seeking the
truth. His name is Jesus Christ
Tres Banda
Citrus Springs


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merely one person or company that is collect-
ing money from new participants and using
this money to pay off promised returns to earli-
er participants.
Another name for this scheme is "Social
Security." Social Security programs were start-
ed long before FDR got it into law. Since then,
the program has taken on more and more wel-
fare programs, such as those pointed out by
Peter Monteleone in The Visitor of Feb. 26.
These programs were heralded by almost
everybody not as government welfare, but
"beneficence" and the government's duty to its
poor and indigent
The fund is now in trouble and the way to fix
it is to take from the "haves" and give to the
"have-nots." First of all, the "haves" own their
money and will fight fearlessly, and ruthlessly,
to preserve their wealth. If you worked hard
all your life, or your father or mother did and
were smart enough to gather wealth, would
you give that money away? Especially to those
who didn't, couldn't or wouldn't?
Think it over and re-read the Ponzi scheme.
Just change the name Ponzi to the Department
of Health and Human Services. I remember
the old saw that says, "Save your Confederate
money, the South will rise again." If you
believe in the Ponzi scheme, Confederate
money or Social Security, there is a bridge in
Brooklyn I'd like to sell you. No checks or
"Confederate" money, please.
Don Canham
Citrus Springs

Living government
President Wilson, a Democrat, ran under
progressivism in 1912. How far the Democrats
had moved from strict construction may be '
suggested in one of the 1912 campaign speech-
es he made.
The trouble with the theory of the
Constitution, based on natural law with checks -
and balances, is that government is not a
machine, but a living thing. It falls, not under
theory of the universe, but under theory of
organic life. ... Living political Constitiitions
must be Darwinian in structure and in prac-
tice. Society is a living organism and must obey
the laws of life..... All that progressives ask or:
desire is permission in an era when "devel-
opment," "evolution" is the scientific word -
to interpret the Constitution according to the
Darwinian principle; all they ask is recognition
that a nation is living thing and not a machine.
President Grover Cleveland was the last in
line of Democrats who can be traced back to
Jefferson and Jackson in the strict construction
of the Constitution. Indeed, the Democrats
have been at the forefront of those ignoring
constitutional restraints and using government
to gradually move toward socialism.
Hugh McMurdo
Floral City






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Alaska and Florida are the same, and different


JOHN STROHMEYER
Special to the Chronicle
Every year about this time, I leave
Alaska for about two months and
become a "snowbird." That's the way
Floridians describe the great num-
bers of people from the northern
states who flock there to escape the
rigors of winter and seek summer
temperatures and sunny beaches.
Florida is about as far away you can
get from Alaska and still remain in the
United States. Both are at the end of
the road, at opposite ends of the
nation. Yet the similarities between
these two differently maturing, dis-
tant states constantly surprise me.
Consider our problems in common -
violence, disaster, dogs, growing
pains, oil and political skullduggery.
In my first week here this year, I
already felt I never left home. On the
day I was leaving Alaska, I read about
two men shooting it out on the
Diamond Center parking lot one
dead, one injured. On my arrival at
Crystal River, two men just shot it out
at a mobile home parking lot in
Yankeetown, about 10 miles down the
pike from our condo one dead, ohe
injured.
While it is tempting to compare
damages each state suffers from


nature Florida hurricanes versus
Alaska earthquakes it is no contest
this year. Florida took three horren-
dous hurricane hits while our 4.5
earthquakes only rattled the dishes.
However, marine disasters are anoth-
er thing. I think the states are running
dead even. Again on the week of our
arrival, two commercial fishermen
were lost in the gulf about 50 miles off
shore. Their boat was swamped
because they were overloaded with
amberjack and they still headed into
six- to eight-foot waves to try to add a
load of snapper. Doesn't that sound
like why the loaded fishing vessel
swamped outside of Kodiak and
spilled its crew into the sea just a
month or so ago?
And dogs. Failure to pick up poop is
a regular daily gripe in the local news-
paper's "Sound Off" column. People
also fight about bringing their dogs
while shopping at the crowded flea
markets, particularly when a big dog
takes a bite out of a little terrier and
menaces the owner trying to protect
it Another big issue is noise not
only barking dogs, but roaring air-
boats, cars blaring rock music you
name it No less a person than famed
wrestler Hulk Hogan has alienated
his neighbors by having a too full
menagerie of noisemakers in his back


Guest COLUMN


yard, especially roosters that crow too
early in the morning.
My area of Florida (plus many other
places in the state) is running out of
building lots free of wetlands. So is
Anchorage. No longer can you expect
to retire in Florida by driving down a
mobile home and parking it in a nice
mobile home community. Those
mobile home parks are disappearing
because expensive housing develop-
ments are more profitable on the land
they take up. (Sound familiar,
Anchorage?)
Neither can you expect to come
down and build a new home on one of
the vanishing good lots without
"impact shock." Impact fees are
charges that consumers who are
building new homes must pay in addi-
tion to the usual building permit fees.
The county tacks on a minimum fee of
$3,100 for every new home and that
could increase to $7,000 judging by a
motion before our county commis-
sion. The fees are supposed to pay for
new services required by new resi-
dents.
Some contend they are a sneaky
way to raise money in the name of
restricting growth. Others say the


charges are really a devious device to
keep new low-income homes owners
out of the county. Sorry, Alaskans, if
noting the potential revenue of
impact fees puts ideas into the heads
of our government bureaucrats look-
ing for new ways to balance their
budgets.
We do have a lot in common about
oil drilling. Since the early 1980s, oil
companies have spent millions trying
to drill off the Florida coast on some
100 leases acquired during the
Ronald Reagan years but public
opposition, fanned by environmental-
ists, has prevented them from build-
ing a single platform.
Now, the battle is really heating up
again as oil prices are rising, domestic
production falling and the political
instability of our Middle East oil sup-
pliers growing. Just before the elec-
tion last year, major companies
launched a full court press to lift the
drilling moratorium in Florida. They
appealed to President George W.
Bush, whose friendship with big oil is
no secret. ,
President Bush did show signs of
heeding the call, but so far he has
backed off because brother Jeb, gov-
ernor of Florida, told him to.
So in Alaska, one Bush, the presi-
dent, is using his political muscle to


open oil drilling in protected Arctic
National Wildlife Refuge while in
Florida, another Bush, the governor,
is vociferously telling the same
drillers to stay off his state's protected
oil patch. .1'.
In the lazy, good old days, snowbirds
used to talk essentially about three
main themes: 1. "If I had only made
that putt. ... 2. Do you know she had
the nerve to trump my ace. ... 3. And
that dumb doctor told me. ..." -i
Snowbirds today sound off about. a
much larger range of topics: 1. "State
and local taxes are shrinking my pep-
sion," 2. "Crooked politicians age
wrecking my neighborhood by getting
towns to issue building permits, to
people and big box stores trying, o
bypass zoning and environmental
codes," 3. 'And of course, it's not that
dogs are bad, but too many of their
owners have no class."

John Strohmeyer, a part-time Crystl1
River resident, wrote this for the'*
Anchorage Daily News, reprinted'
with permission. He is a Pulitzer
Prize-winning journalist and author
of "Crisis in Bethlehem: Big Steel's
Battle to Survive" and "Extreme
Conditions: Big Oil and the
Transformation ofAlaska."


Sound OFF


Hands-on approach
To the person who wrote in
the "Hands off" titled column
about touching kids: As a for-
mer teacher of 42 years, I can
tell you that that line of think-
ing has created the delinquent
population. ...
Switch on lights
I'm calling in for the benefit
of those people who might
have forgotten and those peo-
ple who have just moved here
or are just visiting our area.
The state laws in Florida for
driving are lights on at dusk
and when it rains. And the
other thing is, tailgating is
against the law. I've always
been informed that it's one car
length behind the person in
front of you for every 10 mph
that you're going. It would be
nice if people in this area
would respect those laws.
Breaking beach laws
SWe were visiting the Gulf
beach this past Sunday. Loads
of people, a lot of dogs were
there having a great old time.
Smokers were using the beach
as ari ashtray. You had to be
careful where you walked
because of all the dog drop-
pings;-An older gentleman was
enjoying himself as he drank
his beer; all his friends were


going to join him. No one was
there to enforce the "no dogs"
and "no alcohol" rules on the
beach. If the city needs money
for everything, why don't they
go and collect costs of fines for
breaking public beach laws?
They would have a bundle. It
will be a while before I visit the
beach again. Just reminds me
how dirty and careless people
are, how people don't think thel
rules apply to them. They are
needed to help keep the beach
beautiful for everyone to enjoy,
now and in the future. And
also, smokers should have a
place to extinguish their ciga-
rette butts on the beach and
not ruin the beautiful scenery.
Market gamble
I urge all younger people to
be very careful about changing
Social Security. I had four dif-
ferent stocks when I retired. I
received a dividend from each
and the dividends helped us
along in our living expenses.
Now the stock is worth less
than one-half of the value as
when I acquired it, .and three of
them no longer pay dividends. I
was told. the stock market was
a gamble and not to go into it
unless you can afford to lose
the money. So think carefully. I
think that it would be better to
lift the limit on the amount
taxed over $90,000. I hope that


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they do what is right.
Protect neighborhood
I'm calling from the
Highlands and I can't believe
the huge garage that they're
building out here. I'd like to
know if the county can stop it.
How about Joyce Valentino?
Will she stop it? Valentino said
that she would protect the
neighborhoods, but the air-
boats and the racetrack are
still here making noise, and


now this. Why don't she do
something?
Two trips for trash
This is a question on waste
management. Who and why
were;the rules changed on
garbage pickup? Now they
waste fuel and time by making
two trips on the same street.
There are no children on those
trucks and surely adults know
to watch for traffic. Who is
responsible for this change?


Muddy messe
This is in regards to th
son who wrote about fou
wheelers on (county roach
and 488 making a mudd
mess. They're, also in, Le(
and Inverness, too. Peop
no respect or regards foi
people's property. They're
making mud holes along
sides of the private prop
and they are hurting the
tat for animals and birds


are so noisy and messy. I thii
there ought to be some type f
a law that keeps these four- 4
\ wheelers in certain areas of tie
county and not on other peo-'
pie's property.
Mostly Northerner'
The person that said
Floridians certainly are differ-'
ent from Northerners doesn't'
really know what he's talking:
about. Ninety percent of what
you call Floridians are from thl
II North. We native Floridians are
ers proud of us and we try hard. ...
Stem cell hope
The National Spinal Cord
Injury Association is not dead"
yet. Nat Hentoff and other
Advocates for the disabled
should divert some of the ener-
gy they spend attacking Clint'
Eastwood for "Million Dollar
Baby" toward George Bush. If
)S he.hadn't blocked stem cell
he per- research, the severely disabled'
Jr- would have hope.
ds) 4' 5 Willing to trade
dy
canto To allyou people,,thatcom-f
)le have plain about airboat noise: I live
r other in Beverly Hills-- nice, quiet,',
re out and friendly. If you live by the?
the water or near it and would like
)erty to trade with me, let me know;
habi- in Sound Off or letters to theT
s. They editor. .


Close waterways
I'd like to reply to a Sound Off item of March
16. We live in Arbor Lakes and everyone here
who signed that petition very well knew what
they were signing. Again, the airboaters are say-
ing airboats can't meet the state's sound levels.
Well, if this is the case, maybe it's our commis-
sioners that we should call upon to close up our
waterways to all airboats. This would certainly
make policing simple and easy. Commissioners:
Help us out, one way or the other.
Enforce ordinance
I'm an airboater who lives in Apache Shores. I
would like to say that I'm ashamed of some of
my fellow airboaters. There is absolutely no
need to operate without mufflers or to leave
your dock at full throttle in residential areas. To
the lady from Riverhaven who spoke at the last


information meeting and was verbally assaulted:
I apologize. The attempts to use abusive lan-
guage and implied threats was disgusting.
Understand that most of our boaters, and most
of the boaters that were in attendance at that
meeting, were from outside Citrus County and
brought in to intimidate. To those who spoke
against excessive noise: I hope the county acti-
vates the noise ordinance.

Noise travels
I live one-half mile from the Homosassa River.
I just listened to an airboat buzzing around for
the last four minutes could have even been
more than this. This whole time it was more
than one-half mile from my house. The noise is
much worse for the people on the river. I think
we are being bombarded by noise, not oversen-
sitive to it.


SOLUTION
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commonly accepted noises -
such as peak traffic noise near
State Road 200 as measured in
Arbor Lakes, a neighbor's lawn-
mower or weed eater, light air-
craft overflights, mosquito con-
trol sprayers, local trucks like
UPS or trash pickup, etc.
Perhaps the worst noise
offense results from the air-
boater who parks his airboat on
the ground in the front of his'
waterfront property or home.
To place it there or to push it
back to the water requires a
full-throttle engine push. This
proposed rule would require


Enforcement of this proposal requires
no special equipment or expertise.


that, if the airboater has neigh-
bors closer than 300 feet, then
he park his boat in the water
(like all other boats).
Enforcement of this proposal
requires no special equipment
or expertise. It can be made
from shore or by boat A warn-
ing for the first offense will
probably bring most problems
into compliance. As with many
other county laws, enforcement
should respond only to com-
plaints, thus effectively allow-
ing each neighborhood to set its
own standard.
There is no cost to the air-


boater, as with mufflers and
new high-tech propellers.
Airboaters are advised thit
prolonged exposure to airbo t
noise on the craft itself, mueh
louder than 90 decibels, wll
cause some permanent hearing
loss. Hearing protection, Ille
acoustic earmuffs, should 6e
used to prevent this. Airboates
should note that exposure may
be a contributing factor to a con-
dition known as tinnitus, '.n
annoying constant buzzing or
ringing in one or both ea
experienced by some peop,
particularly seniors.


DECIBEL
Continued from Page 1C

that quiet conversation, and that con-
versation is 1,000 times (or more)
louder compared to the clock
Again, people who don't understand
base 10 logarithms cannot understand
the numbers of sound measurement,
let alone a decibel standard of "too
much."
Human hearing also does not hear
all of the frequencies of sound equal-
ly. Without going into the background,
a filter to more closely match human
hearing, known as "A' weighting is
used for many sound measurements.
It filters out the very low and very
high frequencies and measures the
sound between 500 and 10,000 Hz. But
not all people hear all the frequencies
in this band equally. And a mix of fre-
quencies possible within this band,
the sound quality of the noise, affects
how sounds are perceived.
So, some at the same intensity are
more annoying than others. And this
annoyance factor can be different
between people because of differing
auditory frequency sensitivity
Sound radiated from a point source
obeys the law of inverse squares, that
is, for every doubling of the distance
of the observation from the source,
the intensity is reduced to one-fourth,
or reduced by 6 dB.
For example, a 100 dB sound meas-


ured at 50 feet will only measure 85
dB at 100 yards. And similarly, a 90 dB
sound measured at 40 feet instead of
50 feet will be 92 dB. (i.e., the distance
from the source is a critical factor in
sound measurement).
: Mufflers like those used on automo-
biles are effective in reducing engine
exhaust noise. They work primarily
by sound wave phase shifting that
results in internal sound pressure
cancellation. This is a very complex
tuning problem that deals on many
variables, like engine displacement,
exhaust pipe lengths and diameter,
muffler volumes and shapes, and by
techniques for exhaust noise phase
shifting.
The systems developed for autos
are unique to each vehicle and engine
size variant Also another require-
ment is that the muffler system cannot
adversely impact engine performance
or engine durability (overheating). It
requires an expensive and time-con-
suming design and testing program. It
follows that each airboat engine vari-
ant would require this kind of an
effort The one-size-fits-all solution
does not work A muffler that works
well on one airboat engine may
indeed have no effect on another or
may even make the sound louder.
The physics of airboat propulsion is
like rockets or airplanes; impulse
action produces a reaction. The pro-
peller moves a mass of air at high
velocity (impulse) to produce a reac-
tion force that moves the airboat for-


ward. Nearly all of the energy of the
engine (150, 200, 250 or more horse-
power) is transferred to moving air
rearward at high velocity.
This technology is noisy wherever it
is used. On rotation, the propeller
blade passes through the noise-laden,
ultra-turbulent air of the preceding
stroke and, immediately after that
passage, air collapses into the void
produced that results in noise like a
thunder clap or a gunshot, only con-
tinuously. In addition, the tips of the
propeller may be approaching super-
sonic speed (1,150 feet per second)
and may begin to shed shock waves
(sonic booms). Indeed, the propeller
is a major producer of airboat noise;
in many cases, more noise than the
engine.
Consider two airboats, one with an
engine muffled to 86 dB and the other
with a 92 dB un-muffled engine (four
times the sound level of the muffled
engine), but both have the same (95
dB) propeller. Both will measure 95
dB. (i.e. the mufflers will have no
apparent effect).
There are new-technology pro-
pellers coming on the market that are
relatively quieter, but they are very
expensive $2,000 and up in round
numbers and they still produce
well more than 100 dB A at take-off.
There has been talk of a proposed
airboat noise standard of 90 dB (A
weighted) at 50 feet. Unstated is
under what conditions of airboat
operation is the standard to be


applied. If it means under all operat-
ing conditions, then by actual meas-
urement, no conventional airboat
passes, including the county-owned
spray and patrol airboats and those
used by the Sheriff's Office. If it
means at idle, then all can pass. If it
means at cruise (excluding takeoff
and high speed, the loudest events)
then some pass and some don't
Airboats produce different sound
levels depending on the wind direc-
tion and speed versus the airboat
direction of travel, a range as much as
3 dB, two times the sound level. The
sound field surrounding an operating
airboat is not uniform. You can get dif-
ferent numbers depending on the ori-
entation of the airboat The sound can
be below 90 dB at 50 feet in passing
and above 90 dB (no longer at 50 feet)
measured from behind as the boat
travels past
Airboats move, and so the proposed
standard would be based on a meas-
urement that is ever changing and
from a point of observation that is not
readily accessible (out in the water
measured exactly 50 feet from the air-
boat), and the critical measurement
lasts about one second.
Airboat sound levels recorded away
from the water's edge including the
streets in Arbor Lakes are less than 90
dB.
An airboat that is not moving (on a
trailer) will not produce the same
sound level measurement as one that
is moving on the water with the same


engine rpm. In most cases it will be
louder because of the airflow diffet-
ences over the surfaces of the pro-
peller and the sound reflectance fr j
a hard surfaces versus the water,
Up close, noise from barking dogs,
lawn mowers, chainsaws, brush chfp-
pers, airplane and helicopter over-
flights, speedboats and other things
can be actually noisier than a passing
airboat
I said, "No easy answer." It would
be easy to write a standard that no ai.-
boat passes, or one that is technically
flawed or so complicated th1t
enforcement can't support it undOr
cross-examination in court or one thot
is unconstitutional. Politicians who
write a law that only serves to harass
some constituents do so at their oWn
peril.
The only way to really eliminate
airboat noise is to eliminate airboats.
But that is a lot like eliminating golf
courses because they use too much of
our precious fiesh water, or sport flih-
ing because of animal rights concern,
or parking at bars because of drur-
en-driving concerns, or, well, you get
the idea.

Ron Provancher is a graduate
mechanical engineer with expertise
in the plosics of sound and the '-
science of sound measurement. He,
has been a lakeshore resident at tlie
north end ol'the Hernando Pool,'
since 2000 and is an airboat owner.


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Letters to the EDITOR


Hot Corner: JESSICA


Support for Jessic
We are writing to show appreciate
-Homosassa Wal-Mart on U.S. 19 in E
On March 5, the three of us stood
.,Wal-Mart and passed out fliers with
Jessica Lunsford's picture on it We
,jout bumper stickers and yellow and
bens for the public to wear in suppo
'- id her family.
. Scean and his management team w
etremely accommodating, allowing
this on short notice and without any
-They even offered to print more flie
"'.The employees and management
-Iart in Homosassa show that there
6f good people left in this world.
. 'Although we got an overwhelming
;response to our efforts, we would lik
address those negative responses wi
Receive. We want to remind the citiz
'itrus County that a 9-year-old girl (
miissing. Any effort that we, as citizen
make to bring her home is a good ef
... Again, thank you to the Homosa
Mart for everything its staff has don
tinues to do in support of Jessica Lu
her family.
,Cynthia Herr, Beth Enders and La


Notify neighbors
In reference to the Jessica Lunsfo
About three years ago, my wife, ou
and myself went to the sheriff's subs
Grover Cleveland Boulevard and as:
,.ad not been informed that the sexu
er, John Evander Couey, had moved
house next door. Many children live
complex, in addition to the grandda
'Troy and Dorothy Dixon, who may h
10 or 11 years old at the time, living
house with the grandparents, the sa
that Couey had moved into next doo
We were informed at the time by t
sheriff at the substation that because
was an "offender," they were not req
notify neighbors about his moving in
"predators" required notification pr
but not "offenders"!
Our question is: When does an off
make the transition to the predator
'that neighbors can then be notified?
We suggest that there be no transi
allowance, and upon the very first "
that notification be mandatory, in al
SSeveral months passed before the
Web site changed Couey's address t
address on Grover Cleveland Boulev
which the Dixon family moved. How
Troy Dixon died, and the family vac


*a
on to the
[omosassa.
in front of
missing
also passed
purple rib-
*rt of Jessie

vere
Sus to do
red tape.
rs for us.


property, we lost track of Couey, and
ly law officers did also.
We stand with Mark Lunsford and
demanding proper laws be enacted
track of these scums that are now al
prey upon our children.
We must realize, however, that law
ment can't do it all for us. We must c
Web sites and take note of any and
in our neighborhoods.
Donald E. Miller and R


at the Wal- Staying strong
are plenty I just watched Mark Lunsford on CNN and
came away with such admiration for him.
,ly good Here, his daughter has just been taken from
ke to him in the most horrific way possible, and he is
e did staying strong and pushing for better legisla-
ens of tion regarding sex offenders. I live only a few
was) still streets away and I am still in shock that some-
ns, (could) thing like this could happen so close to home. I
Ffort. cried when I watched the news report of
issa Wal- Jessica's body being found and Couey's confes-
e and con- sion. I cannotbegin to imagine the pain Mark
nsford and Lunsford is experiencing.
Rising above his pain, Lunsford eloquently
urel Terrell thanked the community who banded together
Homosassa to help, and expressed admiration and love for
Sheriff Dawsy. I agree with Lunsford that
Dawsy did everything he could possibly do and
to the best of his ability and should not feel
ird case: like a failure. Everyone who tried to help did a
ir neighbor wonderful job and all should be commended.
station on God will remember all of your efforts, and
ked why we Jessica is with him now and cannot be hurt
aal offend- anymore. .Lunsford was correct when he said
into the that she is "home" now. I only wish Jessica
in this could have been found alive.
laughter of I feel that sex offenders and sexual preda-
lave been tors cannot be rehabilitated. They should be
in the imprisoned for life for sex offenses, and in the
me house event that they kill they should be executed.
)r to us., No one knew that Couey had moved until it
he deputy was too late. Dorothy Dixon, Madie Secord and
e Couey Matthew Dittrich are just as much complicit in
quired to the tragic death of Jessica as the man who
i. Only actually-killed her. They knew he was a sex
-ocedures, offender and that he was not supposed to be at
that house. If one of them had opened his or
ender her mouth long ago, Jessica might still be alive.
status so They should be sent to prison for life for what
they allowed to happen.
ition Mr. Lunsford, I agree with you that changes
offense need to be made, and I will sign your petition.
1 cases. Also, you and your family are in my thoughts
offender and prayers. Stay strong. May God bless you
o the and Jessica.
vard, to
ever, when Tania Haeussler
ated that Homosassa


= Sound OFF


Impact .observations
My message is about impact
fees: (1) The, universal law ,in
cities is that when you double
the size, you quadruple the'
cost. (2) Twenty years ago, the
University of Florida recom-
mended a $10,000 minimum
impact fee for every county and
every city. (3) We're the fifth
biggest population in the coun-
try and we're 37th in providing
services and collecting taxes
and fees.
Tax for programs
S.Ever notice when people call
i "t and brag about how Europe
pays for the health care, retire-
.n'rent and the government
,ikes care of everything, they
ever mention that in those
countries, you pay $5, $6 a '
gallon of gas. It's all tax to pay
*'1r these free programs. You'
S ay 40 (percent) to 50 percent
ax, no deductibles, no matter
o'iw much you earn, to pay for
' These wonderful programs. And
Yihe greatest thing is: In each


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-daughter, but that he meant for
'ier in particular to be my
daughter .
, She replied,.'And God meant
`or you to be my dad."
-"Dads have such a special
bNond with their children, I've
Jot something personal going
;xih that has me a little at odds
,.Yith my family in Michigan,
'vho believe I'm making, a
-vrong decision. Erin and I
:were up there a few weeks ago
r my dad's 87th birthday. He
71ld me that, regardless of What
happensns he'll always be my
iad and I'll always be his son
ind nothing will break that
'b6nd.
He called me the other day
1 work, out of the blue, just to
Ny hello. It made my week
I was in downtown Inverness
'a few weekends ago and saw
4.a'ds and their children riding
- .icycles together. Some of the
S greatest stories I've heard from
Ifeople in recent months ,are
how much they enjoy and
remember the times they had
with their dads.
A friend told me something
amazing. She's about to turn 79
'pud could remember all the
times she was with her dad. He
lbok her everywhere; they
were inseparable.
She hopes that when Erin is
79, she, too, will remember all


one of these countries, the un-
employment runs from 10
(percent) to 20 percent. All this
so 'one selfish person can have
free health care. It sure is going
to kill the young people in this
country if we ever go to it, but
they don't care.
Persisting parents
I read in the paper about
that "Persistent dad saves his
son." Hey, how about if the
persistent mother buys a six-
pack, returns it to the owner?
Do you think Judge Ric Howard
then would give him a re-hear-
ing for a juvenile? Hah. I'd like
to see that happen. So would a
lot of other people.
Don't point fingers
I am reading in the March 8
Tuesday's Sound Off and
somebody is in here saying
that all the litter along the side
of the road is due to the con-
, struction workers. Well, my.
dear, just watch the cars
around here driving down espe-
cially (U.S.) 19, and you will


the great times she had with
me.
Jeff Dawsy gets emotional
talking with TV and newspaper
reporters because he isn't
thinking about police work,
he's thinking about his kids at
home and how one father will
no longer see his baby.
Dawsy gets angry not for pro-
fessional reasons, but because
a small child's life was taken'
for no reason and in such a vio-
lent manner.
I ran into one of his detec-
tives the other day, and he told
me how much this case affects
him because he's a dad.
Dads across Citrus County
and the country want to string
up this Couey guy.
My little one is visiting her
grandparents for spring break
I can't stand that, especially
now, she isn't here every day to
give me a hug. It is such an
ache.
I cannot imagine how Mark
Lunsford is able to cope.
Dads are often thought as
these gruff, repairman-type
guys who keep their emotions
inside. I'm not that way and, as
we've seen, neither is Jeff
Dawsy.
Our children are much bet-
ter off because of it

Mike Wright is a senior
reporter and assistant editor
for the Citrus County
Chronicle. He can be reached
at 563-3228; or mwright
@chronicleonline.com,


I apparent- Painful signs
This concerns the "Bring
I all citizens home Jessica Lunsford" signs.
to keep I think that they should be
[lowed to taken down because that just
gives the pain, you know, more
v enforce- pain to the parents and the
check the public in remembrance of what
all such folk happened and knowing that
she is not coming back. So just
ainie Miller for sympathy and for the pain
Homosassaof the parents, I think they
Homosassa should be removed.


Off the scent
I am one of the people that
helped the search of Jessica
and I would like to know why
the dogs didn't do their jobs of
finding her.
Second guessing
Hindsight. Jessica Lunsford,
our thoughts and prayers are
with you and your family. A
child should never ever be a
victim. It is too late to second-
guess a sick individual's
thoughts or deeds. Question is,
what happened with the
search, rescue, bloodhounds,
etc.? Do they only work on tele-
vision or in the movies?
Parents, hug your children and
not hurt them. A father, grand-
parent and a dog liker.
Tracking offenders
It's time for the population to
. stand up and demand some-
thing be done about the sex
offenders in our communities.
No amount of jail time can
cure these lowlifes. We plant
microchips in animals and
dogs; why can't sex offenders
be implanted with a data chip
detailing their past history and
be able to be with a GPS? The
chips can be programmed to
alert police if it is removed.
These people are no higher on
the scale than wild animals
and dogs. Our children must
have a higher priority than the
rights of sex offenders.
Somebody with the wherewithal.
and expertise, pick up on this
idea and run with it.
Indefinite lockup
I was just calling in on the
Jessica Lunsford tragedy. I just
want to say that certainly the
whole Jessica Lunsford ordeal
was a tragedy and I feel terri-
ble for her and her parents.
However, I think one of the
underlying tragedies also is the
fact that some attorney some-.
where and .some judge,.sQme:._.
where.let that sexual predator
out to prey on young children.
The reality is, the judge and the
attorneys involved should be
held accountable for decisions
that release these animals
back into society. Certainly, if
the fellow never was around
children, this never would have
occurred. Obviously, the whole
system for monitoring does not
work. The only thing that will
work is to keep these people
locked up indefinitely.
Pray for the family
As far as' the death of
Jessica Lunsford: I, along with
hundreds of others, searched
for Jessica. As a state, we need
to have sexual offenders and
predators monitored much
closer ... The one thing we do
know now is, Jessica now is in
the arms of God and she's at
peace. Pray for the Lunsford
family at this time.
Lenient system
I'm glad I'm an old man now
because I don't have to go to
war. But I remember when Iraq
and Iran were fighting and we
took Iraq's side. And then they
had the Contra aid when they
stole money from our govern-


see that it is not the construc-
tion workers. It is stupid, igno-
rant people that don't care
about our environment, throw-
ing their garbage out of their
vehicles because they'd rather
have it alongside of our roads,
in our woods hurting our ani-
mals, instead of having a cou-
ple of bottles on their floor-
board. Take a look around you'
before you start pointing fin-
gers.
Northern exposure
I just read in the Chronicle
that there's no littering in the
northern states. Ha Ha. I've
lived in western New York all of
my life 75 years except
for the last several winters in
Florida. There's plenty of litter
on all the roads. And I can't
remember ever hearing of any-
one arrested for littering and I
certainly never saw the arrest
reports on the front page or
any other page of any paper.
That caller should know what
he's talking about before he
calls it into Sound Off.


SOUND OFF
Call the anonymous
Sound Off line at 563
0579. Be prepared to
leave a brief message.


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ducted a superb investigation. Using lots
of data, they were able to track the known
sex offenders in our community and find
John Couey, the man who has confessed
responsibility for the crimes.
While it will do nothing to bring Jessica
back, it should resonate with everyone
that the man who has admitted guilt has
been arrested, and he faces the real possi-
bility of getting the death penalty.
But this community deserves a better
answer as to what is being done to protect
all of us from the sexual predators who
live among us. As has been reported, there
are more than 200 sexual offenders living
in the neighborhoods of Citrus County. As
this case proves, the state and county do
not have a realistic technique to monitor
the lives of these convicted felons. It is just
by chance that more violent crimes don't
take place.
In truth, some of the 200 sexual preda-
tors and offenders are misidentified. In
Florida, a 19-year-old who has consensual
sex with a 16-year-old can be convicted of
a felony. Yet the marriage license column
of the newspaper constantly demonstrates
that people younger than 16 are getting
married to people older than 18,
We shouldn't conlhse those issues with


ment and bought arms and
sold them back to Iran. Now,
they were all given a court mar-
tial; they were found guilty. And
what happened? The president
gave them a pardon. And now
we have this girl that's been
mistreated and killed by this
man ... We're too lenient in this
country. Murderers go free after
10, 20 years and they kill again.
Something's got to be done.
Hitting hard
This is to Mark Lunsford and
his family: I really deeply feel
sorry for you from the bottom
of my heart. I can't imagine
what it's like to bury your child
and I know that's the hardest
thing you'll ever have to do in
your life. ...
Children scared
I want to let the Lunsford
family know that I am praying
for them. I'm just very sick
about this whole situation. My
9-year-old daughter is so
scared. She can't sleep at night
since this happened: I've been
sleeping with her ever since
Jessica's been missing. And
now that this tragic ending
happened, my daughter's very
scared. Her stomach is just in
knots. This is a horrible thing.
This man should not have been
out of jail. And I think Jessie's
death should not have been in
vain. I think laws need to be
changed. We need to get a
"Jessie's Law," where if a per-
son's a sex offender one time,
that's it. They're gone; they're
in jail for the rest of their lives.
Our children need us to do this
for them. And if he could start
something, I will sign it, I will.
I'm just so sorry that this hap-
pened. Mark, you're an awe-
some father. I mean, I just see
the love in the way you talk
about your daughter and the
way you cry.... You are in my
prayers, and the grandparents,
too. God bless you.
Tougher sentence
It's a sad day because of
poor Jessica. What irritates me
more than anything is that sex
offenders like this guy, this ani-
mal, they're registered, but dis-
appear out of the state. As far
as I'm concerned, I don't care
what the bleeding-heart liberals
in this state say, I think the
death penalty ought to be
brought back and that anybody
convicted of a crime of sex
offending or molestation of a
child, either be put to death or
put in prison with no parole.
Lock them up for the rest of
their lives. They should not be
free to roam this earth.
Exile offenders
In reference to the Jessica
Lunsford case: They should
have sex offenders live in a
place that is not in a communi-
ty, OK? We have children every-
where. We cannot afford to lose
our children. These people will
do it over and over again. When
are we going to learn that they
do not and should not be part
of a society, OK? They have to
be put somewhere else. Where
that is? The government, the
people, they could talk it out.
And do something quick
because we're losing our chil-
dren faster. And one child is
one child too many,
Unjust for Jessie
It's not fair little Jessie is not
here and John (Couey) is in jail
probably being protected from
the other inmates, eating three
times a day and still breathing.
... It's sick what he did and I
wish our Congress and law-
makers will make a stronger


the violent sexual predators who are truly
a threat to innocent children in our com-
munity.
Many of the sexual predators who live
here have moved from other areas. Their
condition of release might forbid them
from having contact with children but
who's going to make sure that happens?
How big does the Sheriff's Office have to
grow to keep track of all these people?
The state of Florida has got to take a
long look at how convicted sexual preda-
tors are being treated. On the positive
side, our local state attorney's office
recently did the right thing by stopping the
release of Bruce Alan Young back into the
community. Young had been convicted of
sexually assaulting patients at Citrus
Memorial Hospital in Inverness and had
completed his prison sentence. He was
about to be paroled back onto the streets
of our community. The state got Yotnuiu 'neni
back to a secure facility because he was
ruled to still be a threat to the community,
Obviously, John Couey was a threat to
the community but he slipped through
the cracks.
We must assume there are (tlhir.n like
him,
Florida needs to become a les s flivnilfy
place for sexual predators. The
L,, li i ,t-. needs to consider tougher sen-
tencing rules, and it would be nice to
believe that some type of rehabilitation is
attempted while the predators are behind


bill on this. ...
Release mistake
How ridiculous of the Savan-
nah Richmond Metropolitan
Police Department to release
Couey after brief questioning
because they had no probable
cause to arrest him. Of course,
they had probable cause. He
was a sex offender who had
violated the law by moving out
of state and not registering. To
me, that seems like probable
cause and that is exactly why
they later then did arrest him.
That should be addressed.
Monitor offenders
First of all, I want to say my
heart goes out to Jessica's
family. Second of all, when is
Citrus County going to wise up?
These child molesters, sex
offenders even if they get
out of prison, even if they reg-
ister, they still need to be moni-
tored. Once they did it, they'll
always do it. It took a tragedy
like this. How many more little
boys and girls are going to be
attacked by child molesters? I
mean, the judges are too
lenient with them now. They
need to be monitored with little
ankle bracelets.
Tell the public
I believe that fault in
Jessica's murder partially lies
in the hands of the Sheriff's
Office. The lack of communica-
tion about sex offenders to the
public certainly lies upon their
hands. If the neighbors knew, if
their family knew that this per-
son lived that close. I had a
person living two doors down
from me and had to find out
through an involved neighbor.
... It may be on a Web site, but
it is the duty of the Sheriff's
(Office) to alert people when
these predators are in the area.
God bless Jessica.
Thanks to sheriff
It is Saturday morning, the
day after the sheriff has discov-
ered that little Jessica is dead.
Let me take this opportunity to
say what a wonderful job
Sheriff Dawsy did. He's a very
kind, compassionate man. He
handled this situation very
good. Even when the press were
in his face asking questions J!
constantly, he did not lose his
temper. He answered the ques-
tions the best he couldto pro-
tect the investigation. I think
Citrus Countyshould be. very
proud of the job that our sheriff
and his investigators did on this
job. Now let's just hope .that.we
can get this man where he. ;,
belongs, behind bars, and pro-,
tect other children. Thank you,
thank you, Sheriff Dawsy.
Pass out flyers
I'd like to make a comment
on Jessica. I will say the
Sheriff's (Office) did a great job
in finding her abductor. But
also, on the other hand I will
say that when Sheriff Dean
was in office, everybody in
every neighborhood knew if
they had a sex offender living
next to them. They used to
pass out flyers. As a taxpayer, I
would really like to know why
that was stopped. No matter
how bad the sex offender was,
everybody was notified. That
goes back a few years, but I
don't see any reason why this
can't be done again for the
protection of our little children.
Uving in fear
Why should my children and
I have to live in fear because
there are convicted sex offend-
ers walking among us in Citrus
County?


bars.
Certainly, the county School Board, the
County Commission and the cities need to
make sure that sexual predators aren't
employed by, or permitted near, public
facilities.
But you know what, that's not good
enough.
Children shouldn't have to live in fear
when they visit playgrounds, shopping
centers or their churches. They certainly
shouldn't have to live in fear when they
climb into their beds at night
, We as a society have taken the easy way
out in dealing with this awfUl problem. For
Jessica Lunsfbrd's sake, that's just not
good enough anymoir
Gov. Jeb Bush, Sheriff Jeff Dawsy,
Commission Chairwoman Vicki Phillips,
County Administrator Richard Wesch,
Super initeiictt of Schools S.indra "Saim"
Tiinmtil. Judge Patricia Thomas, state
S.n.s Naney Argendtano and Mike Fasano,
and state Rep, Charlie Dean we expect
each one ofyou to take this personally and
take it seriously
The children of our community need
your l'ad, t -.hii, They deserve to be pro-
teeted Il' tt'r than we're doing now, Do not
pass the b,,1-l, We expect results,


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Stopping clocks
Give this message to Gerry
Mulligan: There is something
about his blood pressure that
stops the clock. All he has to
do is put something between
the back of the watch and his
wrist, and it won't stop then.
This has happened to others
that have the problem of the


__tackle collector: You can ... call
SOUnd U OFF him at 795-4490.


sweat and it turns to green. But
I have heard of that problem.
Greater issues
Just imagine what the world
would be like if the "religious",
pro-lifers got involved in other
than below-the-waist morality


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Band, preparing to tour again, has been
rehearsing on the outskirts of Sarasota, so
close to a citrus grove that you can reach
outside and grab an orange off a tree."
To this day I kick myself for not wander-
ing over to the neighboring warehouse.
1981 Cub reporter Charlie Brennan
goes to Sarasota County government cen-
ter to cover meeting. Brennan gets meet-
ing location wrong it was at the govern-
ment annex in Venice. Brennan sees sign
at downtown club "Gregg Allman tonight"
"Hmmm," I thought, "I can run to Venice
and catch the last few minutes of the meet-
ing, or I can follow up on it tomorrow
arid see a concert tonight" Again, irre-
sponsiblebehavior, but one whale of a con-
cert
Ever since See Allman Brothers
wherever, whenever I can. Tampa,
Gainesville, Atlanta, Colorado and now ..
at the Beacon Theatre smack on
Broadway in Manhattan.
Through the years, the band members
have changed quite a bit, as have I. That in
no way means my behavior at the two
Beacon concerts was any less than spunky
adolescent
Stepping back a few months my wife,
Neale, and I went to a party at the home of
Inverness residents Debbie and Ed Lattin.
Ed and I, while pretty much strangers, had


and Terri Schiavo. What could
they do to end the suffering,
poverty and famine all over the
world?
Tackle collector
This is for the people that
were looking for the fishing


heard that we both really liked the
Allmans. He said that some day he'd like
to see them at the Beacon. A couple of
months later, the band's multi-night stand
at the venue was announced and we went
into high gear. Ed's a travel agent, and if
you ever seek a stress-free trip to NYC, go
with a travel agent who knows the city!
Perhaps as cool as the concerts was that
Neale and Debbie also seemed to gen-
uinely enjoy the shows, although the
shows were just a fraction of the fun in our
four days in the Big Apple. We saw "The
Producers," went up the Empire State
Building at night and had the haunting
experience of going to Ground Zero.
While the concert-going came off with-
out a hitch, there were a couple of
moments of concern. The first night, we
found our seats in the orchestra section.
Fantastic!
Then, who should walk up and sit right
in front of 5-foot-lP/-inch Neale but some
guy about the same size as the Empire
State Building. At least it seemed that way.
He was wearing a ,football jersey and I
don't doubt that he likely was a pro. As he
settled in his seat, though, we were able to
see the stage.
Later in the evening some teenager next
to me learned a lesson that, unfortunately,
many people learn: Swigging smuggled-in
whiskey does not ensure a good time. Yep,
while I was away from my seat, the young
man to my right lost his cookies and only
saw the first few minutes of the show. His
loss in a couple of ways!


Dog dumping
To the pathetic loser who
dumped their black dog and
six newborn puppies at a mud
pit off (County Road) 488: It
really shows the character of
some people. We hope you
sleep well tonight.


CHARLIE BRENNAN/Chronicle
Rock legend Gregg Allman, right, chats
with fans after a March 12 performance at
the Beacon Theatre in New York City.

After the second night's show, we began
to wander back to the hotel when we came
across a small crowd and some barricades.
A few minutes later the band emerged,
with members quietly willing to sign auto-
graphs and chat briefly with fans.
Wow, Charlie and Neale in the Big
Apple, hangin' with the Brothers. For a
middle-aged adolescent like me, there
could have been nothing better.

Charlie Brennan is editor of the Citrus
County Chronicle and can be e-mailed at
cbrennan@chronicleonline.com.


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age has been Congress' incre-
mental expansion of benefits
without adding compensatory
funds. Originally, Social
Security only provided old-age
retirement benefits. In 1939, it
was expanded to provide bene-
fits to the survivors of a retiree
beneficiary. In the mid 1950s,
benefits were again expanded
to include disabled workers, as
well as the children of disabled
or deceased workers.
Adding to the expansion of
benefits, Congress has repeat-
edly raised Social Security
benefit levels over the past
four decades. Often raised just
prior to congressional elec-
tions, this form of political pan-
dering became so frequent and
costly that Congress finally
indexed benefit increases to
inflation in 1975. Nonetheless,
the cumulative cost of indexed
increases since 1975 has added
up to a significant sum.
,The most beguiling factor is
the congressional practice of
borrowing from the Social
Security Trust Fund. Since
1967, Congress has been annu-
ally swapping up to $70 billion
in trust fund monies for gov-
ernment bonds to mask its
deficit spending. These bonds,
however, are not tangible
assets. They are government
IOUs backed by the promise of
payment that can only be kept
by taxing future taxpayers.
Accordingly, the ballyhooed
trust fund is only an account-
ing mechanism and not a fiscal


reality.
In theory, Social Security is a
form of social insurance with
contributor premiums invest-
ed to build reserves for meet-
ing future beneficiary pay-
ments. However, with Social
Security no longer adding upZ
it has become a Ponzi scheme
where current beneficiaries
are reaping benefits from the
premiums of current contribu-
tors. Ironically, the Em-
ployment Retirement Income
Security Act passed in the
early 1970s made this practice
illegal for corporations, requiiF
ing them to fully fund thed
pension programs.
Indisputably, a problem withl
Social Security's future finanr
cial solvency exists. This was-
reaffirmed just this past week
by the Social Security TrusC
Fund's six-member board Q4,
trustees. In their annul
report, the trustees ominously,
forecast that the crossover
point for benefits exceeding
revenue will occur in 2017, nof
2018 as projected a year ago.
Thus, it is becoming mom-
and more imperative that
future solvency of Socia
Security be resolved in a tinm
ly manner to allow a sufficieh*t
interval for phasing in neces.:
sary changes and allowir.
workers to make advanced
preparations. Otherwise;
today's problem will unques-
tionably become tomorrowvs
crisis for our children a4n(:
grandchildren.

Curt Ebitz is a retired Army
colonel and Sugarmill Woods
resident


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math or tear up at the thought of an IRS audit,
filing taxes can be an uncomfortable chore.
And then there's the language barrier.
Withholdings, adjusted gross
income, standardized deduc- I ON TH
tions and annuities are just a
handful of the hundreds of t For more inf
6ords and phrases associated filing your ta
with taxes that can be intimi- www.irs.gov
dating and confusing. http://taxes
-But with more than 30 local
taxjpreparation companies list-
ed in the yellow pages, hundreds of Web sites
offering tips and service and local; volunteers
offering free tax services, people weary of tax
season can get much-needed help.
If you have a computer and feel Internet-
savvy the Internal Revenue Service offers a host
of free Web sites that will aid you in filing your
taxes online.
';On the IRS Web site, http://www.irs.gov, click
the link named Free File, which directs visitors
to b20 different free online tax preparation pro-
gr4ms.
These programs simply require users to
punch in the numbers on W2s, 10-99s and other


forms that show money you collected. The pro-
gram then calculates how much of the money
you made last year is taxable after deductions
and exemptions. The tax return is then filed
electronically directly to the IRS.
Even if your understanding of filing taxes is
limited, most of these sites offer phone counsel-
ing services, as well as frequently asked ques-
tions pages. They also have
E NET: extensive glossaries of tax
terms and guides.
brmation on If good old-fashioned pencil,
xes go to pen and paper are more your
or :' style, local libraries have the
yahoo.com/. forms and IRS booklets neces-
sary to complete your taxes.
Ken McNally, regional- coor-
dinator for AARP's free tax service program,
said if a person has doubts about their calcula-
tions, or what forms to file, they should really
get tax help to avoid a mistake.
While there are a host of tax services listed in
the phone book, what makes the AARP service
unique is that it's free and available to people of
all ages, not just AARP members.
The 90 local volunteers have completed a 40-
hour class and have passed a test provided by
the IRS. The test certifies the counselors in
basic tax law, pensioner tax law and wage-ea rn-
Please see TAXES/Page 4D


Brett Wattles
CITRUS
COUNTY EDC


Seeing

growth's

impact
Looking back a mere 100
years ago, Florida was a
small state in terms of
population, and its economy
was almost totally dependent
upon citrus and cattle. After
visiting the southeast coast of
Florida in the vicinity of Palm
Beach in the early 1900s,
Henry Flagler decided winter
tourism was a desirable effort
that should produce great
profits. Since roads were
undependable and very slow, a
railway would be needed to
transport the wealthy north-
erners to the winter play-
ground.
In the 1920s, Florida's major
land boom was going at a
record pace with no end in
sight until the crash of the
stock market in 1929. For
years, people wondered if
Florida would ever recover.
That wonder was answered
when the air conditioner was
invented, making cooler living
space available to the vast
majority of homeowners and
tourists seeking a warmer cli-
mate without the high humidi-
ty.
Tracking the geographic
regions of Florida is not rocket
science. All one has to do is
watch the roads and other
transportation systems serv-
ing the various areas of the
state. Originally rail served the
east coast, and then U.S. 1 pro-
vided reliable road access.
Later, U.S. 41, 441, 301, 27 and
ultimately the Interstate
Highway system, provided
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AARP OFFERS FREE ASSISTANCE
AARP Tax-Aide volunteers, trained in cooperation with the
Internal Revenue Service, will offer help with personal income
tax returns at the following Citrus County locations:
* MONDAY: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., SunTrust Bank, Sugarmill
Woods, Homosassa Springs.
Noon to 4 p.m., Regions Bank, Beverly Hills.
P TUESDAY: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Homosassa Springs Bank,
.- Homosassa Springs,.
9 a.m. to 3 p.m., South Trust Bank, Inverness.
9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Citrus Springs Community Center,
Citrus Springs.
" WEDNESDAY: 1 to 8 p.m., Coastal Region Library,
Crystal River.
9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Homosassa Elks Lodge, Homosassa
Springs.
10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Lakes Region Library, Inverness.
5 to 8 p.m., Central Ridge Library, Beverly Hills.
" THURSDAY: 9 a.rrn to 1 p.m., Homosassa Springs Bank,
Homosassa Springs.
* FRIDAY: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Central Ridge Library,
Beverly Hills.
Taxpayers seeking assistance are reminded to bring a copy
of their last year's return, a photo ID, Social Security cards
for taxpayers and dependents, wage, pension, interest, divi-
dends, social security and other pertinent statements to one
of the sites listed. For direct deposit of your refund, bring a
blank or canceled check.
Call Terry Allison at 746-9985, or tallisol@tampabay.rr.com.


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STOCKS


___ SUNDAY_ MIARCH27, U 05


CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


MOST ACTIVE ($1 0 uMORE)
Name Vol (00) Last Wkly
Lucent 1346215 276 -11
Ciigrp 1240120 44.52 -2.33
GnMotr 1030297 29.30 +.68
Pfaer 964816 26.17 +.34
AmlntGp 944697 55.61 -4.15

GAINERS (&2 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Wkly
SunGard 31.55 +6.60 +26.5
GtAtPc 14.93 +2.48 +19.9
AmWest 5.10 +.60+13.3
Genentchs 58.75 +6.24 +11.9
Darden 30.00 +2.96 +10.9

LOSERS ($2 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Wkly
.Jidsay 1899 -405 -176
Schedng 65.36 -12.39 -15.9
Quiksilver 29.03 -5.38 -15.6
EnerSysn 12.15 -1.85 -13,2
Coeur 3.56 -.52 -12.7

DIARY


Advanced
Declined
New Highs
New Lows
Total issues
Unchanged
Volume


8,136,124,307


MOST ACTIVE (s1 MORE)
Name Vol(00) Last Wkly
SPDR 2749116 11714 -140
SemiHTr 1180387 32.65 +.21
SPFnd 625863 28.10 -.87
SP Engy 538625 42.03 -1.75
IShRs2000 413864 122.10 -1.15

GAINERS ($2 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Wkly
HyperSpn 4.00 +1.47 +58.1
CoreMold 4.76 +1.51 +46.5
Oragenicn 2.39 +.68+39.8
CabelTel 5.94 +1.19 +25.1
MexcoEn 9.49 +1.89 +24.9

LOSERS ($2 o R MORE
Name Last Chg %Wkly
Cenucon 250 -115 -31 5
TriValley 10.01 -2.50 -20.0
NaVis 5.76 -1.41 -19.7
RaeSyst 3.18 -.77 -19.5
CogentCrs 10.15 -2.45 -19.4

DIARY


Advance
Declined
New Highs
New Lows
Total issues
Unchanged
Volume


257
781
39
74
1,094
56
1,201,101,900


MOST ACTIVE ($1 OR MORE)
Name Vol(00) Last Wkly
Nasd100Tr3794033 3627 -24
Miosof 3305337 2428 -03
SunM.ro 2172876 403 -21
Oracle 2113207 1240 -14
Cisco 1877605 1788 .08

GAINERS ($2 R MORE)
Name Last Chg %Wkly
ElekLud 407 +237+1394
Lear Md 632 +3641358
GigaTr 480 +1 73 .564
SynrgyB 398 +123 .447
Phazar 2500 +603 +318

LOSERS (12 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg .Wkly
GuilfPdnh 234 -160 -406


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BiuDoip
Innlovex
US Xprss


Advanced
Declined
New Higns
New Lows
Total issues
Unchanged
Volume


563 -224
311 -104
365 -122
2029 -672

DIARY


1 174
2,140
132
215
3389
75
7.036,605.293


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Name Div PE Yld Last Chg %Chg Name
AT&T ,95 .,. 5.1 18.71 -.14 -1.8 LowesCos
AmSouth 1,00 14 4.0 24.94 -.27 -3.7 McDnlds
BkofAms 1.80 12 4.1 43.75 -1.19 -6.9
BellSouth 1.08 10 4.2 25.49 +.21 -8.3 Microsoft
CapCtyBk .76 19 1.9 40.40 -.26 -3.3 Motorola
Citigrp 1.76 14 4.0 44.52 -2.33 -7.6 Penney
Disney .24 24 .9 27.75 -.34 -.2
EKodak .50 15 1.6 32.23 -.14 -.1 ProgrssEn
ExxonMbl 1.08 15 1.8 59.00 -3.65+15.1 SpmtFON
FPL Gps 1.42 16 3.6 39.49 -.87 +5.7 TimeWamrn
FRaRock .80 24 1.3 61.94 -.67 +4.0
FordM .40 7 3.5 11.29 -.10-22.9 UniFirst
GenElec .88 22 2.5 35.73 -.15 -2.1 VerizonCm
GnMotr 2.00 6 6.8 29.30 +.68 -26.9 Wachovia
HomeDp .40 17 1.1 38.03 -.85 -11.0
Intel .32 18 1.4 23.18 -.23 -.9 WalMart
IBM .72 18 .8 90.70 +1.42 -8.0 Walgm


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.32 26 1.3 24.28 -.03 -9.1-:
.16 23 1.1 14.94 -.07 -13.1'"
.50 26 1.1 46.04 +.34 +11.2.
2,36 13 5.7 41.22 -.99 -8.9'
.50 ... 2.2 22.51 -.29 -9.4:
25 ... 17.71 -.99 -8.9 ,
.15 20 .4 39.28 +1.13 +38...
1.62 12 4.7 34.76 -.39 -14.21
1.84 13 3.7 50.26 -.87 -4.4-
.60 21 1.2 50.66 -.79 -4.T'
.21 33 .5 46.23 +1.03 +20.5-,


Here are the 400 most active stocks on the New YorK Stock Exchange, the 325 most
active on tne Nasdaq National Market and 50 moat active on the American Stock
Exchange. Mutual funds are 800 largest.
62 wk Hi/Lo: High and low price over the past 52 weeks
Name: Stocks are listed alphabetically by the company's full name (not its abbrevi-
ation). Company names made up of Initials appear at the beginning of each letter's
list.
DIv: Current annual dividend rate paid on stock.
PE: Price to earnings ratio.
PPE: Projected price to earnings ratio based on analysts' lorcasts of earnings for next
12 months.
Last: Price stock was trading at when exchange closed for the week.
YTD % Chg: Loss orgain r the year. No change indicated by unc.
Chg: Loss or gain for last day of week. No change indicated by unc.
Stock Footnotes: cc PE grealer thin 99 ld Issue nas be-n called for rademnplion py company, q Nse,
52-waele low ad LosW in 13I 12 r mos c Company formerly listed or tr.e Arrnrican Ex.cnange s. Emergir.g
Comarany MarkeTOlace g Dividend- and earnings In Canadian Adokas. rin temporary ernpi homr Na3daq
capital and surplus listing qualrficatron. n StocJ was a new issue in me lal yesa The 52-Aeek br.gr. and low
figuirc dale only fiom the beginning ot trading pt Preferrad stock Issueo pr. Prelerences op Holder owes
Ir.stadiTinenta cl purchase price q Clased-end mutual raund. no PE cwulatiled n R.gti r ro Du Security1 a
a specified pnce s iclck has spiit by at least 20 percerI wilhin ith Ie laS' year. wi Trade.3 -611 be sealed
wnen the MaocK i Issued wo Wher. rFnwuied *t Warranl. allowrig a purcIs.ae of a EtCxk. u New 52-
week high un Urrh,. Including more than onae securHy v Company In bankruptcy or recehonerhip. or being
ieorganzaed under the bankruolcy law Appears In trorn ot the name
Dividend Footnotes: a -* Exira lidenda were rud, bu are ot Incriudad D Anrnual rate plus stc, c -
UqutOaling dividend. a Amouni aeclarad or paid In last 12 rmontrir f Cuireni annual rair. which wea3
irncrBesd by most ricernt artderd Bnnouncerment I Sum of diulaeradE paid after EocK split no regular rate
I Sum ot dividlends paid this year Motl aecarnt divildend was omrited or deferred k Declared or paid ih.si
year. a cumulaire ia ue with Oividenda in arrears n m -CuTrer, annual rate which was decreased by ,iTIsl
recent dividend ann.,uncament p Inidal dividend, annual rate not known yield nol trnown r Declared or
paid In preceding 12 months plus sror.a .rloaand. I Palo In s1ik, appro'rnare cstar, vaiu on t -.isirnDu-
don diae Source: The Associated Press Sales figures are unofficial.


NEKSTCA


52-Wk
HI Low Name Div PE PPE Last
A-B-C
6.73 4.86 ABBLtd ...... 15 6.35
8.84 7.10 ACM Inco .72 q .. 8.07
18.13 7.56 AESCp ... 27 19 16.29
42.60 33.85 AFLAC .441 15 14 37.12
36.09 26.50 AGL Res1.24f 15 15. 34.86
18.22 3.65 AKSteel ... 5 6 11.98
33.11 24.90 AMLIRs 1.92 13 ... 27.37
14.50 6.34 AMR ... dd ... 9.64
45.81 33.15 ASA Ltd .40m ... 38.79
20.08 13.59 AT&T .95 d 11 18.71
28.48 19.00 AXA .45e ...... 26.75
48.16 38.26 AbtLab 1.101 22 18 44.94
28.10 22.61 Accenture ... 20 16 24.40
13.99 11.96 AdamsEx.93e q ... 12.86
25.90 15.11 Adesan .30 20 16 22.70
24.95 10.76 AMD ... 64 38 16.12
9.23 6.15 Ahold ... ...... 8.64
15.56 7.40 AlrTran ... 84 52 8.90
27.07 19.26 Albertsn .76 17 14 19.93
36.60 28.01 Alcoa .60 20 14 30.36
44.40 30.76 Alletes 1.20 12 20 42.34
49.90 31.47. AIliCap 2.01e 19 15 46.33
13.08 9.71 AlWdd2 .89 q 11.55
36.86 24.35 AllmrFn .... 15 11 35.30
24.00 12.34 Alpharma .18. cc 13 13.82
68.50 44.50 Altia 2.92 13 '12 63.72
52.00 40.55 Ameren 2.54 17 16 48.30
36.34 28.50 AEP 1.40 12 .14 33.39
58.03 47.32 AmExp .48 19 16 50.28
77.36 54.28 AmintGp .50 13 10 55.61
13.50 10.81 AmSIP3 .96 q .. 11.37
27.00 21.91 AmSouth 1.00 14 12 24.94
50.98 31.36 AnalogDev.24 25 25 35.80
54.74 47.10 Anheusr .98 17 17 4728
65.90 38.53 Apache .32 12 10 59.66
25.83 18.90 AquaAm .52 28 24 23.72
4.86 2.25 Aquila .. dd '... 3.85
47.53 27.73 ArchCoal .32 24 19 43.84
25.37 14.95 ArchDan .34f 23 16 24.40
68.85 44.25 Ashland 1.10 11 13 66.47
10.50 7.05 AsdEstat .68 dd 9.88
29.15 23.40 ATMOS 1.24 14 15 27.09
17.76 11.81 Avaya 18 14 12.17
30.40 14.40 Aviall ... 22 16 28.01
46.65 35.19 Avons .66f 24 20 41.87
31.01 14.61 BHPBillLt.46e 27.97
54.65 39.71 BJSvcs .32 21 19 49.91
66.65 47.79 BP PLC 1.77e 14 ... 61.71'
25.10 19.00.BRT 1.92 13 .. 22.10
46.45 30.20 BallCps .40 17 15 44.36
47.47 38.51 BkofAms 1.80 12 11. 43.75
34.09 27.25 BkNY .80a 16 14 29.00
47.50 36.74 Banta .68 16 15 42.98
26.32 18.04 BardckG .22 52 49 23.69
75.85 56.66 BauschL .52 25 21 74.32
11.00 7.22 BearingPi ... dd 17 8.51
28.96 24.46 BellSouth 1.08 10 15 25.49
62.20 43.87 BestBuy .44 19 15 51.74
33.32 26.52 BIkHICp 1.28f1 9 17 32.81
16.69 15.00 BlkFL08 .75a q ... 15.50
6.94 5.59 BlueChp '.56e q ... 6.55
58.94 38.04 Boeing 1.00f 25 21 56.80
27.47 21.20 Borders .36 15 14. 26.25
27.95 17.41 BostBeer ...-25 21 21.88
65.05 42.99 BostProp 2.60 23 29 5986
4610 '28.75-fBostbSil, ..."232,'14 29:08
2642' 22.22 BrMySq 1.12 21 't18 25.02
,56:47 30.160 Bur 9F .68 "26 '16 55.69
53:32' 29.32' BudRscs .34 .1313 49.32
49.58 43.14 CHEngy 2.16 17, 17 44.49
92.74 55.50 CIGNA .10 8 13 86.25
3698 28.98 CSS Ind1 .40- 16... 34.56
20.00 9.28 CallGolf .28 dd 20 12.92
5.11 2.00 Calpine ... dd ... 2,90
30.52 25.03 CampSp .68 '17 16 27.34
14.20 12.30 CapMpf8126 ...... 12.98
58.98 40.05 Carnival .60 21 17 51.13
99.96 68.50 Caterpilr 1.64 17 12 93.58
25.19 19.63 Condant .36 *10 14 20.37
12.81 9.78 CenterPnt.40a dd 17 11.84
87.00 73.00 CnlLtpf 4.50... ... 81.00
35.54 26.22 Cntryel .24f 14 14 32.99
15.85 7.53 ChmpE. ... 53-'3 9.53
19.39 14.38 Checkpnt .01 12 15 17.50


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HI Low Name Div PE PPE Last


23.65 12.05 ChesEng .18 14 12
63.15 42.17 ChevTexs1.60 9 11
5.07 3.14 CincdBell .. 19 21
42.863 34.92 CINergy 1.921 18 14
52.88 42.10 Ctgrp 1.76f 14 10
27.41 18.17 ClalresStrs.40f 16 14
44.50 29.96 ClearChan .50 24 22
53.50 38.30 CocaCI 1.12f 21 20
29.34 18.45 CocaCE .16 16 15
7.19 3.01 Coeur ... dd 30
9.31 7.75 CollntIn .65a q ..
33.83 23.35 CmcBNJs .44 18 15
36.60 13.77 CVRDs 1.15e 14
30.24 25.38 ConAgra 1.09 17 17
113.97 65.68 ConocPhil2.00 9 9
45.59 37.23 ConEd 2.28f 18 15
17.32 12.30 Cnvrgys ... 19 14
13.19 9.29 Coming ... dd 17
11.90 5.15 ComrusGr
39.93 27.20 CntwdFns.56f 9 8
21.90 8.45 CypSem ... cc 62
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11.95 9.60 DNPSelct.78a q ..
27.00 16.44 DPL .96 14 16
46.99 37.88 DTE 2.06 18 12
48.63 39.67 DalmlrC 1.82e ... 11
22.00 12.72 DanaCp .48 25 9
29.63 19.30 Darden .08 19 16
74.93 56.,72 Dere 1.241 12 11
11.01 4.15 Delphi .12m 16 ...
8.59 2.75 DeltaAr ... dd ..
49.42 27.64 DevonEs .301 10 11
18.81 14.21 DirecTV ... dd 58
29.99 20.88 Disney .24f 24 20
22.80 16.91 DollarG .16 21 18
76.01 60.78 DomRes 2.68f 20 14
49.45 19.60 DoralFln .72 6 5
56.75 36.35 DowChm 1.34 18 11
54.90 39.88 DuPont 1.40 29 18
28.20 18.85 DukeEgy 1.10 18 18
38.00 34.00 DuqpfA 2.10.
19.95 16.93 Duql.Ught 1.00 15 15
6.09 3.40 Dyngy ... dd ...
15.09 9.24 EMCCp ... 34 23
61.80 38.63 EasOChm 1.76 28 13
35.19 2425 EKodak .50 15 12
13.15 6.57 ElPasoCp .16 dd 14
30.49 5.55 Elan- ... L ...
23.93 19.48 EmpDIst 1.28 !7 17
55.66 41.35 EnbrEPts3.70 2 22
30.15 17.18 EnPro ... 814
41.42 24.95 ENSCO .10 22 22
72.00 50.64 Entergy 2.16 14
11.84 8.00 Eqtylnn .60f 74
47.18 30.92 Exelons 1.60 .6 14
64.37 39.91 ExxonMbl 1.08 15 14
41.20 30.10 FPLGpsa 1.42 A16 15
77.80 53.72 FannleM f1.04m 9 8
20.56 14.45 FedSignl .24r' dd 20
25.69 19.28 Ferreltls ga dd 35
27.40 18:42.8 P0o "'1. .58 35 18
22.17 12.82 FFinFds5.10e q ...
20.71 19.00 PtTrFldn 1.60 q ..
65.70 35.90 RaRock .808 24 19
16.48 10,94 FordM .40 7 7
85.22 .68.47;R FouneBrl.32 16' '15
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33.30 20.33 GATX .80 10 20
9.40 .,7'.25! GabelliET.72a q ...
2572 1812 Gap .181 18 15
692 3a4 Gateway ... dd 23
68.25 41.00 Gehentchs... 80 50
39.03 28.88 GenElec .88 22 19
50.04 27.98 GnMotr 2.00 6 18
31.35 20.81 GMdb33 1.56 ......
29.80 18.75 Genworthn.26 11 11
113.9383.29 GoldmanS1.00 12 12
39.11. 26.80 Goodrich .80 27 20
34.75 27.86 GtPlalnEnl.66 12 15
30.88 24.40 GMP 1.00f 13 ..
27.78 19.69 Griffon ... 13 12
20.74 11.50" GuangRy .63e ......
45.29 26.45 allnts .50 dd 21


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10.63 -.42 -10.8
24.43 -.82 -2.7
44.65 -.79 +3.5
44.41 -.59 -7.6
13.08 -.67 -24.5
30.00 +2.96 +8.1
68.29 -.08 -8.2
4:55 +.17 -49.6
4.07 -.03 -45.6
45.90 -2.32 +17.9
14.41 -.13 -13.9
27.75 -.34 -0.2
21.89 +.22 +5.4
73.76 -2.05 +8.9
22.13 +.63 -55.1
51.43 -1.06 +3.9
50.98 -1.16 +3.9
27.65 +.19 +9.2
37.00 +1.53 +2.8
17.61 -.36 -6.6
3.94 -.16 -14.7
12.16 -.27 -18.2
59.71 -1.25 +3.4
32.23 -.14 -0.1
10.47 -.69 +0.7
7.41 +.1A -72.8
23.16 -.51 +2.1
50.50 -2.65 -2.1
28.20 +.06 -4.6
36.17 -1.48 +14.0
69.38 -.84 +2.6
11.08 -.01 -5.6
44.76 -.94 +1.6
59.00 -3.65 +15.1
39.49 -.87 +5.7
54.21 -.80 -23.9
15.31 unc -13.3
21.00 -.18 +3.4
18.97 -.03 -18.2
18.22 -.03. -15.2
19.85 -.13 -0.8
61.94 -.67 +4.0
1129 -.10 -22.9
81.26" -1.46 +5.3

32.96 +.56+11.5
9.05 +.12 +0.3
21.35. -.14 +1.1
'4.07 -.07 -32.3
58.75 +6.24 +7.9
.35.73 -.15 -2.1
29.30 +.68 -26.9
21.78 +.38 -18.3
26.80 -2.21 -0.7
108.40 -1.58 +4.2
38.66 +.78 +18.4
30.14 -.25 -0.5
29.04 -.17 +0.7
22.05 -.17 -18.3
18.31 -.49 -10.6
42.06 -1.86 +7.2


16.25 14.01
10.09 8.00
12.25 9.27
50.85 33.40
63.75 49.68
70.20 43.94
23.33 16.90
29.79 23.00
40.88 27.70
44.03 32.45
10.01 5.74
23.75 16.08
28.00 20.68
44.30 32.34
39.50 31.23
34.51 24.02
35.60 15.20
32.95 25.30
44.20 28.46


HanJS 1.19e
HanPIDiv .65
HanPIDv2 .78
Hanson 1.71e
HarleyD .50
HarrahE 1.32
Hasbro .36f
HawaliEl s.24
HItCrREIT2.40
HlthcrRfty2.60f
HellnTel .21e
HewletIP .32
HighwdP 1.70
HomeDp .401
Honwillntl .831
HughSups.36f1
Humane
Idacorp 1.20
Imaton .40


YTD
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HI Low Name DIv PE PPE Last


YTD
chg %chg


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HI Low Name DIv PEPPE Last chg %chg


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52-Wk YTD 52-Wk
HI Low Name Div PEPPE Last chg %chg HI Low Name Div PEPPE Last


A-B-C
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Value / Prey Value Todays $ t Pln $
Country name Currency Indollars value In currency
Argent Peso .3448 .3448 2.9000 2.9000
Australia Dollar .7722 .7730 1.2950 1.2937
Brazil Real .3636 .3651 2.7505 2.7390
Brain Pound 1.8693 1.8670 .5350 5356
Canada Dollar .8228 .8225 1.2154 1.2158
Chile Peso .001696 .001696 589.50 589.50
China Yuan .1208 .1208 8.2765 8.2765
Colombia Peso .000420 .000420 2383.00 2383.00
Czech Rep Koruna .0430 .0431 23.25 23.21
Denmark Krone .1738 .1744 5.7525 5.7345
Dominican Rep Peso .0363 .0363 27.55 27.55
Egypt Pound .1727 .1727 5.7900 5.7900-
Euro Euro 1.2934 1.2972 .7732 .7709
Hong Kong Dollar .1282 .1282 7.7996 7.7993
Hungary Forint .0052 .0053 190.96 190.45
India Rupee .0229 .0229 43.650 43.660
Indnsla Rupiah .000106 .000106 9406.00 9405.00
Israel Shekel .2301 .2305 4.3450 4.3380
Japan Yen .009405 .009433 106.33 106.01
Jordan Dinar 1.4134 1.4134 .7075 .7075
Kuwait Dinar 3.4258 3.4258 .2919 .2919
Lebanon Pound .000661 .000661 1513.00 1513.00
Malaysia Ringgit .2632 .2632 3.7995 3.7995
Mexico Peso .088747 .088621 11.2680 11.2840
N. Zealand Dollar .7137 .7188 1.4011 1.3912
Norway Krone .1578 .1585 6.3373 6.3100
Pakistan Rupee .0169 .0168 59.34 59.38
Peru New Sol .3067 .3067 3.260 3.260
Phipins Peso .0185 .0185 54.17 54.18
Poland Zloty .3135 .3135 3.19 3.10
Russia Ruble .0361 .0361 27.6700 27.6900
SDR SDR 1.51107 1.51645 .6618 .6594
SaudiArab RIyal .2666 .2666 3.7509 3.7509
Singapore Dollar .6083 .6089 1.6439 1.6423
Slovak Rep Koruna .0332 .0332 30.15 30.10
So. Africa Rand .1609 .1612 6.2150 6.2025
So. Korea Won .000988 .000991 1012.45 1009.59
Sweden Krona .1419 .1422 7.0449 7.0301
Switzerind Franc .8325 .8354 1.2012 1.1971
Taiwan Dollar .0318 .0319 31.42 31.38
Thailand Baht .02569 .02587 38.92 38.66
U.A.E. Dirham .2723 .2723 3.6724 3.6724
Uruguay New Peso .0395 .0393 25.3170 25.4500
Venzul Bolivar .000466 .000466 2145.92 2145.92


Spot Metals


NEW YORK (AP).t SpWeta n i e alp e l TWt*Bi,
A6 lnum -88.4 s perbh, LworaMel EB>a .
Copiet-r150 00cersCar0t1Ip0^tLat mSra*
Copperl 4S9 centsper t.,NY M, kw cpt u
Lead-0t&0R0Ipar7lrt If, opatnhtid EAyI
Zinc -659-6554 emls t, dN*tl
Gold $42515 Hardy & Htami ("-vO-e NA.fl
Go 544,70 Wo ,. NY e so fMt
SWnw -5 6,955 H-lrdy ta r H r W AL.
SI er- S6O33 nroy a Mer aR tit:
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Pnme Riate
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3-mntorh
6-month U 3
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1-year &31
T-Notes:
1-year 248
2-year -l.o
5-year 45,8
10-year *.
T-Bond:
30-year 4.88
Ubor:
3-month &09
6-month &37
FHLBCostol Funds, 11ti sotrtid:
Eff. Feb 28 2.183
FNMA 30-year mortgage commitment:
30-days 5,93
Money market fund:
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30-day avg yld: 1;96


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123.36106,64 IShSPS 2.10e q
222.50142.95 IShEmMk2.41e q
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High Low Name Last Net Chg Net Chg % Chg % Chg
10,984.46 9,708.40 Dow Jones industrials 10,442.87 -186.80 -1.76 -3.15 +2.19
3,889.97 2,743.46 Dow Jones Transportation 3,744.67 -5.91 -.16 -1.41 +32.38
363.82 259.08 Dow Jones Utilities 353.97 -5.23 -1.46 +5.68 +27.64.
7,455.08 6,211.33 NYSE Composite 7,128.80 -148.04 -2.03 -1.67 +10.26'
1,539.14 1,150.74 AMEX Index 1,448.79 -35.15 -2.37 +1.01 +18.515.
2,191.60 1,750.82 Nasdaq Composite 1,991.06 -16.73 -.83 -8.48 +1.21-
1,229.11 1,060.72 S&P 500 1,171.42 -18.23 -1.53 -3.34 +5.61'
656.11 515.90 Russell2000 615.27 -7.30 -1.17 -5.57 +7.6
12,108.93 10,268.52 Wilshire 5000 11,561.69 -183.58 -1.56 -3.42 +6.63.


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AARP Invet:
C n 42.52 -.45 +86.7
X 14.90 -.12 +1.8
Glbalu 26.73 -.72 +14.4
Grilnox 21.18 -.45 +8.9
Id 43.88 -1.40 +15.1
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PathWyIro 12.83 -.19 +.8.
ShTenrmBdx 10.05 -.05 -0.4
SmCoStkn 24.51 -.28 +13.0
ABN AMRO Funds:
GrnN 21.82 -.23 +2.7
MtCGroN 22.15 -.25 +3.5
AIM Investments A:
Agtvp 10.05 -.02 +9.1
BalAp 24.82 -.22 +4.8
BualcValAp 31.80 -.38 +9.1
BIChlpAp 11.21 -.14 +2.6
Charlp 12.62 -.14 +9.6
Colsal p 21.94 -.33 +4.9
HYPdA p 4.47 -.06 +8.6
rw 20.13 -.58 +21.8
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p 8.10 -.03 +1.9
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RdalEstp 23.85 -.63 +14.6
SeEqty 17.07 -.15 +9.6
SmCpGrA p 26.83 -.16 +7.5
Sdmmnll 10.74 -.13 +10.1
Wh1gAp 12.54 -.13 +5.6
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BlueChlpBt 10.62 -.14 +1.8
CapDenBt 16.69 -.10 +10.4
phart t 12.10 -.14 +8.8
PrimEqty 8.95 -.09 +5.3
AIM Investor Cl:
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Energy 32.31 -1.13 +52.9
HithSc 48.72 +.10 +0.3
r d1p 11.82 -.09 +8.5
,* 23.23 -.22 -02
1 23.66 -23 +2.1
12.25 -.25 +26.9
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CoreStock 10.31 -.13 +3.6
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AtijMIgn 9.78 -.01 +1.4
AcpdEmn 21.35 -.67 +28.2
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B ncedrp 17.4 -.20 +5.4
RIW.nc n 9.96 -.07 +1.6
A98IValFund 17.92 -.04 +8.0
Atjer American:
owth 33.81 -.54 4 .8
Alger Funds B:
SmCA o-t 4.20 -.04 +9.1
AIr Funds Instl:
MdCpGdr 16.37 -.11 +9.7
AllianceBern A:
AmGvlncA 7.23 -.09 +0.1
BAlsnnApx 16.88 -.33 +7.7
GIreechAp 51.86 -.51 +0.7
GtolncApx 3.65 -.08 +8.9
OrpwthAp 31.27 -.32 +3.3
LgSapGrAp 16.83 -.22 +2.9
rA 21.77 -.29 +7.0
A lanoeBem Adv:
ncAdvx 3.65 -.10 +8.9'
1IalAdV 16.68 -.49 +24.6
CsOAdv 17.35 -.22 +32
lanceBernm B:
GVIncB 7.23 -.08 -0.6
rpBdBp 12.22 -.09 44.5
fTechBt 48.95 -.46 -0.1
Gdcpx 3.59 -.08 +7.8
dGowthSt 21.75 -.23 +2.5
L.GpGrBt 15.23 -.20 +2.1
SdiCpGrBt 18.38 -25 +8.1
USGoviA p 8.95 -.03 -1.5
AllanceBern C:
qrlnoCtK 3.59 -.09 +7.8
S rpCapGrlt 18.42 -.25 +6.2
AOSouthFds CI I:
VSaue 16.45 -.36 +12.3
Beacon AMR:
Lgraprm 19.51 -.32 +19.0
Beacon Instl:
Inqlns 20.24 -.58 +22.0
S ICappnst 19.73 -23 +16.5
Aer Beacon Plan:
SmOpPlAn 19.38 -.23 +16.3
Aaier Century Adv:
EGro p 21.70 -26 +12.6
Eqtylncnp 7.99 -.10 +12.3
IncGrop 29.82 -.39 +11.1
Ultrap 27.52 -.39 +4.9
Aier Century Ins:
Egtlyndex 4.67 -.07 +9.0
Ur 28.18 -.40 +5.4
Aer Century Inv:
Balanced n 1621 -.15 +7.4
'EqGrolnvn 21.71 -.26 +12.9
Eglpcon 7.99 -.10 +12.6
GNMAln 10.29 -.05 +1.4
G6om 15.45 -21 +11.6
Grwthl n 18.77 -.20 +6.5
Hrierageln 11.99 -.17 +11.3
Inrtron 29.84 -.39 +11.4
InrtBnd 14.05 -.36 +8.6
lIntlWc nr 13.23 -.50 +11.3
Iqlrromln 8.97 -.26 +13.6
LflI n 4.85 ... +6.1
Nw nr 5.24 -.08 +4.8
RplEstln 23.08 -.48 +11.8
Sgletin 36.06 -.37 +3.0
Sovn. 943 .-.02 -0.5
.,TiCaval n ~1l4 -.12 +18.3
.aiC'. 05 -.08 +23.2
t .. 4363 -.09 +7.6
Ulrh '27.88 -.39 +52-
U8ln 12.25 -.21 +23.4
Viluslnv i 7.24 -.08 +12.2
Vtian 14.66 -.16 +14.0
Artter Express A:
Cvp 5.17 -.02 +1.7
Dipovery 8.59 -.07 +15.9
DE', 11.00 -22 +18.4
ed 4.82 -.02 +0.9
DppA 7.15 -.15 +17.1
Slct 12.43 -.06 +6.9
yVp 10.07 -23 +15.0
S25.54 -.35 +6.8
H JdBond 2.90 -.03 +9.9
HlYild 4.40 -.02 +0.8
Inir. 5.39 -.03 +0.1
LgOpEqAp 4.90 -.09 +5.8
MgdAllp 9.36 -.15 +10.7
Mass 5.34 -.03 +0.7
5.26 -.02 +0.8
5.26 -.03 +0.9
alp 9.59 -.16 +7.1
22.96 -.36 +1.5
N 5.09 -.02 +0.8
5.25 -.03 +0.5
8.90 -.65 -16.6
8.55 -.04 +02
4.75 -.01 -0.6
SAIColndex 8.21 -.12 +17.9
S-tkp 18.91 -.27 +8.7
T Bond 3.85 -.02 +0.7
Tfidlr 5.64 -.14 +16.5
TllllI 7.14 -.21 +14.4
Amer Express B:
DI rEqlnct 10.95 -22 +17.6
EqValp 10.07 -.23 +14.2
Newvt 21.73 -.34 +0.7
Adrier Express Prtnr.
InSelValp 8.27 -.18 +232
SCpVIAp 6.70 -.08 +15.0
A*ier Express Y:
NiwDn 23.07 -.37 +1.6
Arerican Funds A:
AAtlapFAp 17.70 -.16 +6.2
AiRMutlAp 25.88 -.27 +9.7
BilAp 17.54 -.19 +6.0
BSndFdAp 13.35 -.10 +1.9
ClinBSlAp 51.71 -.94 +14.0
CapWldA p 19.38 -36 +7.3
CapWGrA'p 33.67 -.78 +18.0
EupacAp 35.85 -.86 +16.5
FundInvAp. 31.78 -.67 +14.4
GostAp 13.47 -.06 -0.1
GlIhFdAp 26.71 -.43 +9.3
lifrTrntAp 12.28 -.14 +7.1
IlflifMunAI 15.42 -.04 +3.2
InoFtdAp 18.07 -28 +10.7
intplAp 13.51 -.05 -0.3
Ip.SoAAp 30.13 -.46 +9.5
ldTEBdAp 15.28 -.06 -0.1
NwEconAp 19.91 -.40 +6.7
ewPerAp 27.01 -.62 +12.0
ewWoridA 32.53 -.80 +17.9
mCpWAp 31.08 -.76 +14.3
TaxFxptAp 12.39 -.05 +1.7
SMutAp 29.90 -.42 +8.5
erIan Funds B:
a t s 17.16 -.16 +54
aplaBt 17.50 -.19 +52
ond~t 13.35 -.10 +1.1
QptalB1t 51.71 -.24 +13.1
apWGrBt 33.55 -.77 +17.1
urpoBt 35.32 -.86 +15.6
sdvBtn 31.73 -.66 +13.
4rowthBl 25.52 -.42 +6.5
HITrastBt 12.28 -.14 +0.3
IpomeBlt 17.98 -28 +9.9
IpABt 30.03 -.46 +8.7
uewPerspt 26.64 -.61 +11.1
JsanhB I 29.75 -.42 +7.7
AersiPckMF 39.04 -.32 +5.1
Wie Mutual Fds:
46.19 +.22 +6.8
In 52.78 -.63 +17.0

.CaoVall 21.44 -.31 +17.8
4tesn Funds:
Ip8 22.02 -.680 NA
IldCap 28.51 -.24 +9.9
IIdCapVal 17.62 -.21 +26.5
lnm pVal 17.84 -32 +23.7
Baron Funds:
ASIn 51.89 -.69 +19.7
Growth 45.46 -.44 +24.3
SmICap 22.11 -.25 +20.1
Beristeln Fds:
IDur 13.19 -.07 +0.5
CaMu 14.20 -.05 +0.1
QIvMun 14.01 -.05 -0.1


l(Mun 13.87 -.06 -0.1
TgdlntlI 22.45 -.69 +17.9
IVal2 21.10 -.64 +18.3
gM 35.42 -1.52 +37.1
rora A 38.99 -.56 +12.2
Ap 12.73 -.13 +6.3
Btacktock Fds Blrk:
reBI 9.62 -.04 +1.3
LwDurBIrk 9.98 -.02 +0.4
Brpawell Funds:
IrowthFdp 19.30 -.25 +5.5
Bandywtne Fds:
slueFd 27.64 -.42 +13.4
aywnen 27.42 -.46 +13.9
dgeway Funds:
S market 16.24 -.11 +4.7
Nn Funds Y:
idYnx 7.31 -.11 +10.8
lo Funds:
Cs 26.24 -.16 +10,9
CsNvest Fds A:
unds: 9.03 -.33 +9,3
n 30.35 -.76 +24.7
BFdn 32.68 -.69 +25.3
28.65 -.50 +15.8
Fn'u 29.76 -.87 +25.8
FuVall 1 -.29 nds
pVall 2.91 -.29 +21.8


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
Calamos Funds:
Gr&ilncCt 29.37 -.40 +8.1
Grt&IlncAp 29.24 -39 +7.0
GrowthAp 49.56 -.72 +10.7
GrowthBt 51.24 -.75 +9.8
GrowthC t 47.68 -.70 +9.8
Calvert Group:
Inoopx 16.89 -.00 +2.3
IntlEqAp 18.84 -.49 +15.7
MuBdCAlx 10.33 -.03 +0.1
Munlntx 10.80 -.07 -0.4
SocalA px 27.00 -.30 +5,8
Socsdpx 15.93 -.07 +2.9
SocEqAp 33.40 -.33 +7.3
TxFLtdnx 10.58 -.02 +0.6
TxFLngpx 16.54 -.12 +0.1
TxFVTx 15.79 -.10 -0.3
Causeway Intl:
Institutional 16.24 -.38 +21.4
Investor 16.17 -.38 +21.1
CItStreet Funds:
DivBond 11.71 -.06 +0.8
LgCoStk 11.33 -.18 +9.2
Clipper 85.99 -.61 +6.1
Cohen & Steers:
InsftRilyn 41.59 -1.03 +17.5
RiyShrsn 63.84 -1.58 +17.3
Columbia Class A:
Acomt 25.45 -.43 +15.7
FedSec 10.52 -.05 0.0
MidCapVal 26.56 -.35 +14.7
TxExAp 13.46 -.09 +1.0
Columbia Class B:
Acomt 24.69 -.42 +14.9
Grth&lncBt 16.86 -36 +10.7
Columbia Class C:
Acomt 24.68 -.42 +14.9
Columbia Class Z:
Acor Z 25.98 -.44 +16.2
AconilntlZ 29.87 -.97 +29.3
IntmBdZn 8.94 -.06 +1.1
LargeCo n 27.04 -.42 +8.8
MidCapGrZ 20.09 -.21 +8.4
MIdCapValu 26.87 -.35 +15.0
OltyPlusBd 10.68 -.05 -0.2
SmCaZ 18.25 -.24 +13.4
SmallCon 20.88 -.31 +18.6
Columbia Funds:
HIYIdZn 8.60 -.10 +4.1
ReEsEqZ 24.86 -.55 +13.6
CG Cap Mkt Fds:
IntlEq 10.51 -26 +16.5
LgGrw 11.47 -.09 +5.0
LgValn 10.88 -.18 +12.7
Credit Suisse Tr
SmCoGr 14.56 -.06 +3.6
Davis Funds A:
NYVenA 30.31 -.69 +9.5
Davis Funds B:
NWVenB 29.03 -.67 +8.6
Davis Funds C & Y:
NYVenY 30.66 -.69 +9.9
NYVenC 29.22 '-.67 +8.7
Delaware Invest A:
LgCapValAx 18.15 -.35 +9.3
TrendAp 19.36 -.12 +0.6
TxUSAp 11.49 -.04 +2.6
Delaware Invest B:
DelchB 3.33 -.05 +12.2
SelGrBt 19.41 -.10 +1.0
Del-Pooled Trust:
EmgMkt 15.01 .-.43 +32.0
IntlEq 19.32 -.53 +23.0
Dimensional Fds:
EmgMktVal 19.45 -.74 +32.0
IntSmVaun 16.50 -.45 +30.9
TM USSm 20.41 -.22 +12.2
USL-Con 34.34 -.53 +9.1
USLgVan 19.83 -.35 +17.3
USLgVa3n 15.26 -.27 +17.4
US Micro 14.12 -.14 +9.4
US Small n 18.58 -.16 +11.8
US SmVal 26.08 -.32 +19.8
IntHSmCon 15.12 -.46 +26.1
EmgMId n 18.55 -.60 +24.4
Flxd n 10.15 -.01 +0.4
IntVa n 16.45 -.46 +25.6
'Gb5Fxlnc 10.37 -.04 -1.5
LrgCaplntn 17.85 -.49 +17.5
TMUSSmV 23.06 -.30 +17.0
TM InlValue 14.38 -.40 +24.8
TMMktwdeV 13.54 -.26 +17.3
TMUSEq 12.22 -.17 +9.9
2YGIFxd n 9.83 -.01 -0.6
DFARIEstn 21.19 -.52 +11.8
DIversifdInv Fds:
CoreBond 12.39 -.05 +0.8
EqGrowp 18.11 -.18 +5.0
Val&Inc 23.99 -.48 +10.8
Dodge&Cox:
Balanced n 78.73 -.73 +10.2
IncomeFd 12.76 -.06 +0.9
IlnStk 31.24 -.85 +30.8
Stock 129.01 -1.61 +16.0
Domini Soc Invr
SoctalEqn 27.92 -.37 +4.6
Dreyfus:
Aprec 38.49 -.78 +7.1
BaslcS&P 24.39 -38 +9.0
Dlscp 31.39 -.47 +8.2
Dreyfus 9.86- -.19 +6.9
DreyMld r 25.90 -.32 +14.2
Drey5001nt 34.19 -.54 +8.7
EmgLead 43.25 -.42 +11.6
FLIntr 13.20 -.07 -0.7
GNMAp 14.50 -.07 +0.3
Grincn 14.82 -.27 +6.1
InsMunnt. 17.71 .-.12 +1.0
i,,rIErM,. '13.33 -.07 +0.2
MI.W e' r 31.50 -.45 +13.1
Iu.'.b 11.74 -.06 +1.8
N iur 14.74 -.08 +0.4
StrValAr 2823 -,53 +14.7
Dreyfus Founders:
GrowthB 9.74 -.09 +6.1
GrowthF np 10.18 -.10 +7.0
Dreyfus Premier:
CalTxExBdZ 14.62 -.10 +1.3
CoreEqAt 14.38 -.30 +5.99
CoreVlnvp 29.68 -.65 +9.0
EmgMktA 19.37 -.61 +20.0
LtdHYIdAp 7.42 -.08 +7.5
NwLdrsn 43.79 -.85 +12.9
TaxMgdGC t 15.38 -.33 +4.8
TechGroA 21.01 -.13 -4.3
TeohGrowR .. -3.8
Eaton Vance Adv:
FItgRatet 9.91 -.01 +3.7
Eaton VanceCIA:
TMG1.0x 514.96 -9.08 +7.8
ChinaAp 14.04 -.29 +10.8
FloatRate 10.25 ... +3.6
GrowthA 6.94 -.15 +9.3
HIthSdlAp 9.77 +.11 -2.1
IncBosA 6.44 -.07 +9.1
LgCpVal 16.92 -.32 +16.5
NatlMun 11.09 -.04 +6.4
SpcEqtA 4.61 -.08 +8.5
TMG1.1 21.92 -.33 +7.4
MunBdl 10.68 -.05 +4.2
TradGovA 8.70 -.03 +0.2
Eaton Vance Cl B:
FLMuniBt 10.63 -.06 +1.3
HflSc1Bt 10.36 +.11 -2.8
NatlMunBt 1035 -.04 +5.5
TMG1.1 t 20.79 -.32 .+.60
Eaton Vance CI C:
FloatRtt 9.91 ... +2.9
GovtCp 7.50 -.02 -0.4
NalMCt 9.86 -.04 +5.5
TMG1.1 p 19.94 -.31 +8.6
Enterprise CIA:
GwthAnp 16.06 -.19 +2.9
Evergreen A:
AstAIlAp 13.41 -.18 +8.9
AdjRateA. 9.35 -.01 +1.1
SpValuAp 27.52 -.43. +20.5
Evergreen B:
AtAIIoBt 13.28 -.19 +8.1
BalanBt 8.25 -.09 +4.2
BluChlpBt 23.35 -.36 +62
DivrBdBt 14.80 -.13 +0.6
FoundB 16.48 -.22 +2.7
MunlBondBt 7.42 -.04 +1.4
Evergreen C:
AdjRateCI 9,35 -.01 40.4
AstAlloCt 13.05 -.18 +8.2
Evergreen I:
CoreBdl 10.51 -.05 +0.3
AdJRatel 9.35 -.01 +1.4
Evrgmiln 12.61 -.23 +5.3
FoundI 16.54 -.21 +3.8
IntEqtyl 9.04 -.24 +17.5
LgCapEqtyl 14.66 -.20 +11.7
PAMuBdl 11.39 -.05 +1.2
ShtntBdl. 6.01 -.02 -0.4
SIMunll 9.99 -.03 -0.2
SpecVal 27.64 -.43 .+20.8
StrGrol 25.10 -.27 +5.2
Excelsior Funds:
Energy 22.12 -.64 +46.7
HIYield np 4.70 -.05 +6.6
ValRestrn 41.09 -.63 +14.8
FAM Funds:
Value n 46.08 -,48 +12.0
FBR Funds:
SmallCap 40.68 -.49 +20.9
FMI Funds:
Focus n 33.25 -.08 +6.1
FPA Funds:
CopFt 41.03 -.43 +13.6
Newinc 11.19 -.01 +2.0
FPACresn 24.04 -.27 +10.1
Federated A:
AmLdrA 24.31 -.35 +8.5
CapAppA 24.68 -.38 +.2
MidGrStA 30.06 -.31 +13.8
HllncBdA 8.03 -.08 +8.1
KaufmAp 5.15 -.03 +10.0
MktOppAp 13.17 -.12 +4.9
MunSecA 10.65 -.06 +1.5
USGvSecA 7.72 -.04 +1.2
Federated B:
AmLdrB t 24.37 -.36 +7.6
HlnBdBt 8.03 -.08 +7.3
KaufmnB p 5.05 -.03 +9.6
SdrncBsx 8.66 -.15 +5.4
Federated Instl:
Gov2-51 11.04 -.05 -2.2
Kaufmano 5.18 -.02 +102
MidCap x 20.76 -.29 +14.0
StockTr x 36.16 -.71 +8.4


Fidelity Adv Foc T:.
HItCarT 20.02 +.14 +7.3
NatResT 36.43 -1.59 +39.1
Fidelity Advisor A:
Div'nlAr 18.63 -.50 +16.3
EqGrAt 43.46 -.40 +1.2
EqlncAp 27.49 -.49 +10.6
MIdCapAp 23.39 -.65 +15.0
Fidelity Advisor B:
EqGrBn 41.10 -.38 +0.4
MIdCpB np 22.66 -.63 +14.1
Fidelity Advisor I:
DMntl n 18.84 -.50 +16.7
DivGrthl 11.32 -.10 +2.9
EqGrl n 45.89 -.42 +1.6
EqlnI 28.14 -.50 +10.9
IntBdIn 10.94 -.05 -0.3
Fidelity Advisor T:
BalancT 15.90 -.20 +3.1
DIvIntiT p 18.50 -.49 +16.0
DivGrthTp 11.15 -.11 +2.3
DynCapAppT p12.95 -.21 +4.4
EqGrTp 43.61 -.40 +1.0
EqlnT 27.79 -.50 +10.3
GovInT 9.93 -.04 -0.6
GrolncT 16.07 -.24 +4.6
GrOppT 29.34 -.51 +6.4
HllncAdvTrp 9.79 -.14 +12.9


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
IntBdT 10.92 -.06 -0.7
MIdCspTp 23.57 -.65 +14.9
MunllncTp 13.02 -.06 +1.4
OvrosaT 17.48 -.48 +9.6
STFIT 9.44 -.02 -0.2
SmICapTp 23.73 -.29 +17.4
StInT 11.56 -.18 +8.4
ValStraT 33.95 -.25 +8.9
Fidelity Freedom:
FF2)0 n 11.96 -.06 +2.7
FF2010n 1339 -.12 +4.9
FF2025 13.66 -.17 +7.5
FF2030 n 13.75 -.19 +8.7
FF2040n 8.07 -.12 +9.8
FF2015 10.83 -.11 +6.2
IncomeFdn 11.16 -.04 +2.2
Fidelity Invest:
AggrGrr 15.29 -.05 +2.1
AMgr 15.78 -.13 +3.1
AMgrGrr, 14.31 -.13 +3.6
AMgrIn 12.52 -.09 +4.6
Balanc 17.58 -24 +9.1
BlueChlpGr 39.81 -.35 +3.8
Canadan 34.97 -1.12 +28.0
CapAppn 24.77 -.25 +5.8
iCaplnconr 8.35 -.12 +11.9
ChlnaReg n 16.98 -.31 +8.5
CongrSt n 393.40 -4.72 +9.7
Contra n 56.61 -.69 +15.2
CnvSec 20.67 -.20 +6.0
Desinyl 12.29 -.19 +4.6
Destinyll 10.90 -.15 +4.2
DIsEq n 25.23 -.40 +12.8
DIvernalsn 28.61 -.74 +17.0
DilGth n 27.14 -.25 +2.9
EmrgMklrn 13.26 -.47 +19.6
Equtlncn 50.92 -1.04 +10.3
EQII 23.16 -.41 +10.3
EurCapAprn 21.85 -.77 +18.1
Europe n 34.77 -.72 +31.5
ExchFdn 265.97 -3.12 +11.4
Export n 19.20 -.36 +13.6
FidelFd 29.20 -.40 +7.9
FiRynr 19.54 -.34 +5.1
FItRateHir 9.98 -.02 +4.4
FoudnOne n 24.56 -.37 +.8
GNMAn 10.93 -.05 +1.7
Govtlncn 10.08 -.04 -0.5
GroCo n 52.77 -.28 +7.7
Groinc 36.99 -.62 +8.0
Grolncll 9.38 -.14 +5.1
Hlghlnom 8.85 -.11 +7.4
Indepndce n 17.15 -.26 +10.1
InProBnd 11.20 -.11 +1.0
IntBd n 10.32 -.05 -0.6
InltGov 10.05 -.04 -1.3
IntlDis 28.14 -.79 +18.1
IntlSmCap m 24.83 -.94 +29.4
InvGB n 7.41 -.04 +0.7
Japan n 12.79 -.30 +2.6
JpnSmCon 12.78 -.24 +13.2
LatAmn 21.53 -.72 +39.2
LevCoSlock 23.60 -.37 +30.0
LowPrm 39.73 -.45 +18.1
Magellan n 100.26 -1.68 +5.9
MldCapn 22.50 -.27 +6.2
MIgeSecn 11.08 -.05 +1.7
NewMktnr 13.49 -.38 +6.4
NewMil n 30.11 -.49 +2.1
OTC 32.39 -.19 +4.5
Ovrsean 34.88 -.95 +10.3
PacBas n 19.88 -.66 +8.6
Puritan 18.59 -.28 +7.3
RealEstn 27.54 -.08 +14.7
STBFn 8.89 -.02 +0.1
SmCapInd 19.43 -.26 +13.7
SmallCapSnr 17.64 -.09 +11.9
SEAsian 17.02 -.53 +11.8
StkSlc n 22.19 -.32 +8.0
Stratllnn 10.46 -.15 +6.6
Trend n 51.99 -.77 +9.4
USBIn 0f.93 -.07 +0.2
UIShtBd m 10.03 ... +1.2
UIlity n 13.47 -.22 +21.6
ValStrat 35.43 -.25 +7.4
Valuesn 71.41 -.76 +20.6
Wddwde n 17.91 -.38 +10.8
Fidelity Selects:
Alrn 33.62 -.11 +22.5
Auton 32.55 -.51 +4.4
Banking n 36.60 -.97 +2.4
Blotechn 50.16 +.71 -7.5
Broker n 52.22 -2.11 +3.3
Chem n 70.34 -.70 +45.2
Comp n 33.34 +.02 -2.5
Conlnd n 23.80 -37 +6.8
CstHoun 43.17 -.29 +23.1
DfAeron 68.11 -.49 +32.7
DevComn 17.12 -.17 -2.0
Eleotrn 37.40 +.07 -7.6
Energy n 37.63 -1.36 +49.6
EngSvc n 48.03 -1.35 +452
Environ 13.37 -.15 +5.8
RnSvcn 108.70 -3.36 +1.6
Foodn 50.52 -.53 +12.0
Gold.m 26.06 -2.10 -4.5
Health 126.87 +.95 +82
HomeFlnIn 55.15 -1.25 -3.8
IndMatn 40.50 -.93 +23.9
Insurn 59.40 -1.59 +5.1
.elsern 72.50 -1.89 +7.8
MedDeIn 46.99 +.29 +48.1
MedEqSysn 23.06 -24 +14.5
MusMmedn 42.77 -.62 +4.7
NatGasn 33.29 -.79 +53.3
Papern 31.20 -.83 +6.6
Pharman 8.43 +.03 -2.5
Retal n 50.92 -.81 +12.7
Softwrn 46.25 +.07 -3,5
Tech n 55.36 -.13 -2.8
Telecom n 33.84 -.44 +4.6
Transn 41.97 -.32 +36.3
UtilGrn 39.41 -.58 +22.4
Wireless n 5.64 -.13 +24.5
Fidelity Spartan:
CAMunn 12.42 -.05 +1.9
CTMunnr 11.53 -.05 +0.3
Equtindxn 41.59 -.64 +9.1
ExtMkIknd 30.78 -.37 +12.5
5001ndx nr 80.89 -126 +9.1
FLMum 11.58 -.05 +1.0
GovInn 10.88 -.05 -02
IntmMunin 10.00 -.04 +0.8
Intllndx 31.95 -.85 +19.1
InvGrBdn 10.48 -.06 +0.9
MDMum 10.91 -.05 +0.9
MAMunin 12.00 -.06 +1.8
MIMunin 11.90 -.06 +0.6
MNMunn 11.47 -.05 +1.1
Munilnoh 12.91 -.06 +1.6
NJMunr 11.58 -.06. +1.1
NYMunon 12.68 -.06 +1.32
OhMunn 11.79 -.07 +1.1
PAMun nr 10.89 -.05 +1.4
ShtlntMun 10.24 -.03 -0.2
TolMktInd 32.09 -.46 +10.0
Fifth ThirdInst:
QualltyGrn 14.82 -.16 -2.8
First Amer Fds Y:
CoreBondrx 11.09 -.09 +0.1
Eqlylnconpx 13.38 -.24 +8.7
Eqldxl npx 21.90 -.38 +8.9
IntBond x 9.92 -.07 -0.7
Intin 11.43 -32 +11.2
LgCpGrOp 27.07 -.23 +7.3
LgCapValnpx 18.83 -.44 +14.3
MdCpGrOp 39.54 -.50 +19.2
STBnd x 9.94 -.04 -0.6
SmCapSelect 14.81 -.19 +9.2
First Eagle:
GlobalA 39.66 -.53 +17.9
OverseasA 22.54 -.49 +21.8
First Investors A
BIChlpAp 19.90 -.34. +6.4
GlobalAp 6.44 -.12 +10.7
GovtAp 10.90 -.08 +1.0
GrolncAp 12.96 -.17 +9.6
IncomeAp 3.15 -.03 +7.1
lnvGrdAp 9.82 -.08 -0.9.
MATFAp 11.93 -.08 0.0
MITFAp 12.81 -.05 .+0.1
MIdCapAnp 25.46 -.26 +10.3
NJTFAp 12.95 -.05 +0.2
NYTFAp 14.40 -.07 -0.1
PATFAp 13.17 -.03 +0.3
SpS6IAp 16.70 -.16 +8.3
TaxExplAp 10.10 -.05 -0.1
TotRetAp 13.49 -.14 +5.8
ValueBp 6.41 -.09 +14.7
FirsthandFunds:
GlobTchu 3.85 -.04 -9.8
Tech Value n 26.98 +.23 -7.9
Frank/TffempFmkA:
AGEAp 2.11 -.03 +9.0
AdjUSp 9.02 -.01 +1.5
ALTFApx 11.51 -.05 +1.9
AZTFAp 11.12 -.04 +3.4
Billnvp 58.22 -.80 +22.9
CallnsAp 12.61 -.05 +2.4
CAItermAp 11.49 -.02 +0.2
ClTFIrAp 7.27 -.02 +1.3
CupqrA 10.30 -.09 +1.2
COiTFAp 11.95 -.05 +2.3
CTTFAX p 11.02 -.04 +32
oCvnSecAp 15.73 -.19 +102.3
DblTxFrA 11.91 -.04 +2.9
DynaTechA 22.70 -.12 +.3
EqlncA p 20.30 -.40 +10.0
FedlYermlp 11.37 -.06 +0.
FedTxFrA p 12.09 -.04 +3.0
lexCapGrA 36.16 -.38 +9.0
FLTFApx 11.91 -.04 +2.3
FousndFAlp 12.07 -.18 +12.4
GATFAp 12.082 -.05 +2.4
GoldPrMA 17.80 -1.92 -2.4
GrowthAp 33.09 -.02 +13.4
HYTFApx 10.74 -.03 +52
INCoSerAp 2.44 -.03 +102.4
InsTFAp 12.30 -.05 +1.8
NYInolTOFp 10.22 -.06 0.0
LATFApx 11257 -.05 +2.0
LMOvSecA 10.02 -.04 -1.4
MDTFApx 11.71 -.04 +2.3
MausTFAp 11.89 -.06. +2.0.
MIchTFAp 12.24 -.05 +1.6
MNInsA 12.11 -.05 +1.7
MOTFApx 12.21 -.05 +2.3
NJTFApx 12.08 -.05 +2.9
NYInsApx 11.59 -.05 +2.0
NYTFAp 11.84 -.04 +2.0
NCTPApx 12.26 -.05 +2.8


OhiolTFA p 12.51 -.06 +1.9
ORTFA px 11.79 -.05 +2.8
PATFAp 10.40 -.03 +2.2
ReESecA p 24.87 -.51 +15.0
RisDivA p 31.35 -.41 +8.2
SmCpGr2Ap 11.41 -.07 +102
SMCpGrA 33.00 -.30 +12.1
USGovAp 6.54 -.03 +1.4
UBtesAp 11.06 -.16 +19.7
VATFApx 11.83 -.03 +3.1
Frank/rmp Fmk Adv:
IncomeAdv 2.43 -.03 +10.6
Frankrlemp Fmk B:
IncomeS1 p 2.44 -.03 +9.8
IncomeB t 2.43 -.04 +9.0
Frank/Temp Fmk C:
FoundFAlp 12.00 -.18 +11.7
IncomeCt 2.45 -.04 +9.7
SMCpGrCp 31.45 -.29 +112
Frank/Temp Mtl A&B:
BeaconA 15.89 -.21 +13.1
DilcovA 24.29 -.40 +18.1
QualfIledAI 19.30 -.29 +15.0
SharesA 22.92 -.30 +12.5
Frank/Temp Mtl C:
DICsCt 24.15 -.40 +17.4
SharesC t 22.71 -.30 +11.8
Frankloemp Temp A:
CapAcc 13.80 -.28 +17.3
DevMktA p 18.77 -.56 +23.3


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
ForelgnAp 12.25 -.29 +18.0
GIBondAp 10.75 -.29 +10.5
GISmCoA p 9.39 -.25 +23.7
GrowthAp 22.80 -.46 +15.9
IntlxEMp 14.83 -.39 +19.4
WoridA p 17.68 -.37 +13.8
Frank/Temp Tmp Adv:
FrgnAv 12.22 -.29 +16.1
GrthAv 22.82 -.45 +18.2
Frank/Temp Tmp B&C:
DevMktC 18.43 -.55 +22.6
ForgnCp 12.09 -.29 +15.1
G4rwthC p 22.33 '-.44 +15.1
GE Elfun S&S:
S&S Income n 1132 -.08 +0.1
S&S PMn 4413 -.69 +7.8
TaxEx 11.79 -.05 +2.0
Trusts n 52.43 -.68 +5.2
GMO Trust II:
Foreign 14.75 -.41 +18.9
GMO Trust IIIl:
CurHIntBd 9.55 -.07 +4.8
CorePIsBd 10.21 -.10 +1.3
OmBd 9.76 -.03 -0.3
EmgMkr 17.76 -.55 +25.3
ECD 10.67 -.26 +12.9
Foreign 14.80 -.41 +19.0
nIGOrwth 26.63 -.84 +19.5
In0lnlrVal 28.60 -.76 +22.1
IntlSmCo 17.39 -.51 +23.6
US Core 13.88 -.16 +9.1
GMO Trust IV:
EmgCnDt 10.67 -.26 +13.0
EmerMkt 17.73 -.55 +25.4
Foreign 14.80 -.42 +19.0
IndilnrVal 28.59 -.76 +22.2
US Core 13.86 -.16 +9.2
USQualEq 19.81 -.04 +5.2
GMO Trust VI:
EmgMkVI r 17.74 -.55 +25.4
USCoreVI 13.86 -.16 +9.3
Gabelli Funds:
Asset 41.05 -.70 +16.5
Growth 25.43 -.44 +5.6
Valued 19.00 -.44 +11.1
Gartmore Fds D:
Bond 9.59 -.05 +0.6
GvtSdD 10.19 -.04 +0.2
GrowthDx 6.49 -.05 +7.6
NauonwD x 19.98 -.33 +9.8
TxFrer 10.52 -.04 +1.6
Gartmore Fds Instl:
Intldx I nx 8.26 -.26 +18.5
NwBdIdxl n 10.84 -.06 +0.1
S&P5001ns lnxl0.09 -.20 +9.1
Gateway Funds:
Gateway 24.32 -.20 +7.5
Glenmede Funds:
Inl 18.72 -.45 +24.1
Goldman Sachs A:
CapGrA 18.79 -.28 +3.4
GrincA 24.71 -.57 +14.9
GrthOppsA 20.75 -.11 +11.7
HIYIeldA 8.05 -.10 +11.0
HYMunlAp 11.00 -.04 +5.2
MIdCapVAp 33.73 -.49 +22.9
SmaCapA 40.47 -.61 +13.9
Goldman Sachs Inst:
CoreFxo 8.95 -.04 +0.9
HIYIeld 8.06 -.10 +11.4
HYMunI 11.01 -.03 +5.8
MldCapVal 33.93 -.50 +23.3
URraSDG 9.34 +.01 +2.0
Guardian Funds:
GBGIntGrA 13.27 -.34 +14.7
ParkAvA 30.00 -.55 +3.7
Stock 27.20 -.49 +4.0
Harbor Funds:
Bond 11.73 -.06 +11.6
CapAppInst n 26.88 -28 +5.0
In nr 43.00 -1.19 +18.9
SCpVllnst 18.57 -.21 +23.9
Hartford Fda A:
AdvrsAp 14.74 -.21 +2.6
CapAppAp' 33.15 -.83 +13.6
DIvGthAp 18.64 -.35 +12.9
MidCapAp 24.11 -.42 +10.4
SmICoAp 16.08 -.26 +7.2
SlockAp 17.19 -.33 +3.7
Hartford Fds B:
CapAppBph 30.92 -.78 +12.8
Hartford Fds C:
CapAppCI 31.00 -.78 +12.9
Hartford HLS IA:
Bond 11.86 -.05 .1.2
CapApp 51.80 -1.32 +14.6
DIv&Grwth 20.54 -.39 '+13.4
GIblLdrs 16.66 -.42 +3.2
Grwth&tnc 11.74 -.21 4+8.1
GrwthOpp 25.91 -.51 +9.8
Advisers 22.55 -.31 +3.0
Stock 44.41 -.83 +4.7
Index 31.19 -.48 +8.8
IntOpp 11.69 -.29 +15.8
MidCap 28.26 -.49 +16.9
MIdCpVal 14.01 -.14 +162
SmalICo 15.69 -.25 +7.8
Hartford HLSIB:
Advisors p 22.66 -.32 +2.7
Bond p 11.76 -.06 +0.9
CapApprecp 51.53 -1.31 +14.3
Div&Gro p 20.47 -.38 +13.1
StockP 44.25 -.84 +4.4
Heartland Fds:
Value 47.42 -.88 +3.0
Hennessy Funds:
CorGrow 18.53 -.16 +27.1
HollBalFd 15.26 -.20 +2.3
Hotchkis & Wiley:
LgCapValAp 22.04. -.23 +16.4
MdCpValAp 26.87 -.15 +20.4,
MIdCpVal 26.98 -.15 +20.7
HussmoStrGr 15.60 +.03 +4.1
ICAP Funds:
Equity 43.91 -.88 +11.8
ICM SmICo 35.36 -.47 +14.3
ING Funds CIA:
IntValAp 17.24 -.37 +16.0
ING Funds Cl C:
IntValCp 16.92 -.36 +15.3
ING Partners:
TRPGrEqI n 47.15 -.82 +5.9
INGT,M,Q&I:
IntVall 1726 -.36 +16.5
ISI Funds:
NoAmp 7.25 -.05 -0.6
Ivy Funds:
GINatRsA p 22.76 -.94 +32.8
JPMorgan A Class:
InvBalp 11.95 -.12 +6.3
InvGr&lnAp 12.84 -.17 +8.2
MdCpValp 22.20 -.30 +18.1
JPMorgan B Class:
InvG&Ip 12.77 '-.17 +7.5
JP Morgan Instl:
MIdCapVal n 22.47 -.31 +18.7
JPMorgan Select:
InUtEq 29.48 -.82 +16.5
TxAwreEq 16.66 -.27 +8.3
USEquity 10.54 -.19 +7.4
JPMorgan Sel CIs:
CoreBond 10.68 -.05 0.0
CorePlusBd n 7.83 -.03 +0.8
DIvMdCpGr 24.00 -.25 +11.6
DivMdCpVlI 18.17 -.29 +15.4
Eqlndx 26.76 -.41 +8.9
GovBond /10.20 -.04 +0.5
HiYIdBond 8.43 -.09 +9.4
IntBondln 10.51 -.04 -0.1
IntmdTFBd 10.75 -.04 -0.5
IntlEqI 19.89 -.55 +20.2
LgCapVal 15.53 -.36 +14.1
LgCapGr 14.12 -.11 +2.0
MIgBckdSIn 10.51 -.04 +1.0
MitCpMkNeu r 10.97 +.01 +5.2
MunlIncSI 9.78 -.04 -0.1
SmCpCore 41.21 -.44 +16.7
TaxFrBond n 12.82 -.07 +0.8
UtrSTBd 9.84 ... +1.4
Janus:
Balanced n 20.78 -,26 +6.2
Contrarian 12.79 -.31 +18.2
CoreEq 19.79 -.30 +12.8
Enterprn 38.55 -.39 +15.7
FedTxExn 6.95 -.04 -0.6
FIxBond 9.50 -.09 -0.8
Fundn 23.72 -.39 +6.9
GI IfeScl nr 17.30 +.05 +5.9
GITechnr 9.92 -.15 -2.9
Grthlncn 31.37 -.56 +11.2
Mercury n 20.55 -.25 +7.0
MIdCapVal 21.97 -.26 +15.8
Olympusn 27.33 -.26 +7.0
Ordeon n 6.90 -.10 +13.3
Overseasnr 24.41 -.74 +13.1
ShTmBd 2.88 -.01 +02
SCVInst 29.78 -.37 +12.8
SCVInv 29.61 -.36 +12.3
Twenty 41.06 -.78 +11.8
Ventur n 55.37 -.54 +13.0
WridW nr 40.70 -.67 +2.3
Janus Adv I Shra:
Forty 24.24 -.45 +12.0
Janus Aspen Instl:
Balanced 23.88 -.30 +0.3
Growth n 19.40 -.33 ,+.5
MCpGrwth n 25.15 -28 +16.3
WorddwGrn 26.31 -.42 +1.6
JennlsonDryden A:
GovlncA 8.94 -.04 -0.6
OrowtlhA 13.34 -.15 +4.9
HIYIdAp 5.77 -.07 +7.1
InsuredA 10.84 -.07 +0.1
UtlityA 12.35 -.28 +35.3
JennlsonDryden B:
GrowthB 12.33 -.13 +4.1
HIYdB nt 5.76 -.07 +6.6
InsuredB 10.88 -.06 -0.1
JennisonDryden Z&I:
GrowthZ 13.68 -.15 +5.1
Sthldxi n 26.17 -.40 +9.0
StdxZ 26.15- -.40 +8.9
Jensenx 23.88 -.22 +5.8
John Hancock A:
BondAp 15.10 -.08 +15
ClansulVal p 22.21 -.19 +9.4
RgBkAx 39.55 -1.25 +6.1
SvlnvA px 19.09 -.33 +5.5
StIncAp 7.01 -.08 +6.5
USGibLdro n 26.35 -.32 +4.9


John Hancock B:
StrdncB 7.01 -.08 +5.8
Julius Baer Funds:
IntEqA 31.57 -.95 +19.6
InlEqlir 32.12 -.97 +19.9
Laudus Funds:
US SmCp n 13.47 -.16 +14.5
Lazard InstI:
EmgMkI 14.46 -.45 +31.4
IntEqlnsf 12.79 -.34 +15.4
Legg Mason: Fd
OpportTr I 14.18 -.29 +4.2
SpIny np 43.43 -.54 +8.3
ValTr p 60.74 -1.35 +10.4
Legg Mason InsHt:
VaITrFl p 65.51 -1.45 +11.1
ValTdnst 66.36 -1.47 +11.5
Longleaf Partners:
Partners 30.89 -.17 +7.5
Intin 16.03 -.06 +9.4
SmCap 30.49 -.23 +18.4
Loomis Sayles:
LSBondlIx 13.51 -.37 +8.3
Lord Abbett A:
AfflliatdA p 14.29 -.25 +10.5
AIIValueA 11.73 -.19 +13.7
Balance r 11.31 -.15 +8.0
BondDebAp 7.97 -.08 +6.2
GOlncA p 7.38 -.13 +3.6
GvlSecAp 2.58 -.01 +0.3


Name: Name of mutual fund and family
NAV: Net asset value or price at which fund could be sold, for
lasl day of Ine week.
Chg: Weekly net change In the NAV
12 mo % rtn- The percent gain or loss for one share, Including
relnvestan of dividends over 12 months.
Mutual Fund Footnotes: e Ex Previous day's quote n No-loa o fund p Fund assets used
to pay distitlutln coBts r Redemption fee or contingent
deferred sales load may apply S-ock dividend or splt I -
Both p and r. x Enx-ash di-idend NA Fo Informailan asuall-
aole NE Dala in question NN Funod oes not waln to B6D
tracked S N Fund did not BIEl s8151 dsate.
Source: Lipper, Inc. and The Assoolated Press


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
MldCapAp 21.86 -.32 +20.4
RsSmCpA 27.19 -.30 +19.3
Lord Abbett B:
AffddBp 14.33 -.25 +9.7
BdDbB p 7.97 -.09 +5.5
MidCapVp 21.18 -.32 +19.6
Lord Abbett C:
AffldCp 14.31 -.25 +9.8
BdDbC p 7.98 -.08 +5.5
MIdCapVICp 21.12 -.31 +19.6
Lord Abbett Y:
AffY 14.32 -.25 +10.8
MFS Funds A:
MITApx 16.87 -.33 +12.3
MIGAp 11.77 -.12, +7.2
BondAp 12.84 -.11 +1.4
CapOpyp 12.68 -.17 +9.2
EmGrAp 30.07 -.42 +7.1
GvScA p 9.54 -.05 -0.1
GrOpA p 8.48 -.09 +8.1
HilncA p 3.91 -.05 +7.9
IntNwDAp 21.72 -.67 +22.2
MCapAp 8.29 -.09 +5.5
MuBdA 10.68 -.04 +1.7
MuHIA 8.31 -.03 +5.4
MuFLAp 10.09 -.05 +2.4
RschAp 19.70 -.41 +13.2
ResrchIntlAp 15.62 -.44 +17.7
StrValAp 15.37 -.29 +13.7
ToIRAp 15.65 -.22 +9.0
ValueA p 23.10 -.41 +16.3
MFS Funds B:
MAITB 16.50 -.31 +11.6
EmGrB t 27.85 -.40 +6.3
MIGB 10.81 -.10 +6.6
GvScB t 9.53 -.05 -0.8
HiinBt 3.92 -.06 +7.0
MuInBt 8.60 -.03 +1.9
RschB 18.50 -.39 +12.5
ToIRSt 15.65 -.22 +8.3
ValueB 22.95 -.41 +15.5
MFS Funds C:
TotRtCt 15.71 -.22 +8.3
ValusCp 22.03 -.41 +15.4
MFS Funds I:
Valuel 23.19 -.42 +16.6
MPFS Funds Instl:
IntlEqty 15.77 -.44 +17.7
MainStay Funds A:
HIYIdBdA 6.40 -.06 +9.7
MainStay Funds B:
BIChpGrBp 9.17 -.16 +4.9
CpAppBt 25.87 -.21 -0.4
ConvBt 12.59 -.20 +3.3
GovtBt 8.21 -.04 -1.9
HiYldBBt 6.38 -.06 +8.8
IntlEqB 12.87 -.24 +182
SmCpGrBp 13.90 -.15 +7.5
TotRB t 18.24 -20 +3.8
MainStay Funds I:
S&P5001dx 27.08 -.41 +8.9'
Mairs &Power:
Growth n 68.29 -.68 +13.5
Managers Funds:
FrmontBd n 1028 -.07 +1.1
SpdEq 87.44 -.92 +12.7
Maralco Funds:
Focus p 15.87 -.24 +9.2
Growp 16.90 -.22 +10.2
MassMutual Inst:
CoreBdS 10.86 -.05 +0.6
Master Select:
Equity 14.32 -.19 +7.4
In 16.98 -.43 +14.0
Matthews Asian:
AslanG&I 15.98 -25 +17.0
-PacTlger 15.85 -.37 +18.8
Mellon Funds:
BondFund 12.51 -.06 -0.2
EmgMkls 20.24 -.66 +19.9
IntlFund 15.77 .-.36 +18.9
LrgCapStk 9.30 -.17 +7.2
MIdCapStk 1321 -20 +14.6
SmnCapStk 16.57 -.19 +13.7
MergerFdn 15.34 +1.2
Meridlan Funds:
Growth 35.11 -.11 +7.0
Value 37.35 -.49 +11.9
Merrill Lynch A:
BalCapAp 26.27 -.33 +6.9
BasValA p 30.81 -.67 +8.0
FdGrAp 16.77 -.16 +6.2
GIbAIA0 16.55 -.29 +13.9
HealthAp 5.89 +.04 +2.6
NJMuniBd 10.49 '-.07 +34
S&P500 p 14.36 -.23 +8.6
USGvtMtgp 10.10 -.05 +0.3
Merrill Lynch B:
BalaCapBt 25.55 -.32 +6.0
BasVIBt 30.23 -.66 +7.1
BdHIInc 5.19 -.06 +8.0
CalnsMB 11.63 -.05 +1.1
CoreBdPtfB t 11.62 -.06 0.0
CprTBt 11.80 -.06 +0.1
EquityDiv 14.63 -.36 +18.4
EuroBt 14.79 -.31 +25.0
FocusValue t 12.15 -.24 +8.2
FundlGrBt 15.37 -.15 +5.4
FLMBt 10.29 -.04 +2.7
GLA]Bt 16.22 -.28 +13.0
HealthBt 4.46 +.03 +1.8
LatAmBt 23.62 -.81 +40.1
MnlnsBt 7.84 -.04 +1.6
ShtTrmUSGvll 9.17 -.02 -0.5
MunShtTm 9.98 -.01 -0.2
MulntmTrB t 10.46 -.07 -0.4
MNatlBt 10.47 -.04 +2.6
NJMBt 10.49 -.08 +3.0
NYMnBt 11.00 -.04 +2.0
NatResTrBt 36.34 '1.51 +46.4
PacBt 19.22. -.48 +9.0
PAMBt 11.25 -.05 +1.2
ValueOppt 23.61 -.37 +7.9
USGVlMtgt 10.10 -.05 -0.2
Utmc1mt 10.84 -.18 +25.3
WIdIncBt 6.36 -.18 +11.2
Merrill Lynch C:
BasVICt 29.51 -.65 +7.2
FdGrC t 15.48 -.14 +5.4
GlobAICt 15.78 -.28 +13.0
Merrill Lynch I:
Int8Val 26.79 -.61 +22.6
BalaCapl 26.35 -.32 +7.2
BasVall 30.94 -.68 +8.3
BdHIInc 5.18 -.07 +8.6
CalnsMB 11.62 -.05 +1.5
CoreBdPtflt 11.62 -.06 +0.8
CplTI 11.80 -.06 +0.6
DevCapIp 16.95 -.59 +15.8
EquotyDiv 14.61 -.35 +19.7
Eurolt 17.20 -.36 +26.3
FocusValuel 13.31 -.26 +9.3
FundIGrl 17.14 -.16 +6.5
FLMI 10.28 -.04 +3.1
GIAIIt 16.60 -.28 +14.1
Healthl 6.38 +.05 +2.9
LatAml 24.74 -.85 +41.5
Mnlnel 7.84 -.04 +2.3
MunShortTm 9.98 -.01 +0.1
MulntTrl 10.46 -.07 -0.2
MNatll 10.48 -.04 +3.3
NatResTrt 38.31 -1.59 +47.9
Pacd 20.92 -.52 +10.1
S&P500 14.40 -.22 +8.9
ValueOpply 28.22 -.41 +9.0
USGvtMIg 10.10 -.06 +0.5
Utflcmit 10.89 -.17 +26.3
WidIncl 6.37 -.17 +12.0
Metro West Fda:
TolalRetBondl 9.68 -.05 +2.4
Midas Funds:
Midas Fdn 1.99 -.17 -5.2


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
Monetta Funds:


Monetlan 1020 -.13
MontagrlI 22.22 -.26
Morgan Stanley B:
AmOppB 21.85 -.37
DIvGthBx 36.38 -.60
EqWelghB 35.98 -.42
GIbDivB 13.72 -.25
GrowthB 11.33 -.20
SP500B 1228 -.20
Stratl x 1729 -.20
USGvtB 9.04 -.04
UtlB nx 13.57 -.29
Morgan Stanley D:
TaxExD 11.65 -.06
MorganStanley Inst:
EmMkt n 19.29 -.67
CrPIFInstn 11.53 -.03
GIValEqAn 17.58 -.30
IntlSmCpA n 25.79 -.82
IntlEqn 21.04 -.48
InOlEqB np 20.89 -.48
LtdDurPtn 10.34 -.01
MCGrAdv p 19.99 -.34
SmCGrBnp 11.80 -.15
USReal n 21.80 -.52
ValueAdvn 17.46 -.27
Muhlenkmp n 76.94 -1.08
Munder Funds:
NetNetAp 16.23 -.11
Mutual Series:
BeaconZ 15.97 -.21
DIscZ 24.49 -.41
QualidZ 19.40 -.29
SharesZ 23.05 -.30
Nations Funds Inv A:
FocusEqAt 17.64 -.27
IntValuseAr 22.33 -.51
MaraGroAt 17.05 -.24
Nations Funds Inv B:
FocEqtyBI 16.77 -.26
MarsGrwBI 16.19 -.23
Nations Funds Pri A:
BondFdPrA 9.78 -.08
ConSecPrIA 17.46 -.18
FocusEqAt 17.89 -.27
HIYleldPdAAn 9.47 -.08
IntMPA n 10.09 -.05
IntEqPAn 13.41 -.35
InVWalPrAn 22.41 -.52
LgCapldxPrA 22.63 -.35
MarlnOppr 11.47 -.38
MidCpldxPrAn10.88 -.13
STInPA 9.80 -.02
STMuPA 1021 -.02
SmlCapIdxPrAn19.23 -28
StralGroPrA 11.95 -.18
ValuePA 1.03 -28
Neuberger&Berm Iny:
Focus n 35.73 -.69
Genesis n 30.42 -.43
Geneslnst 41.68 -.57
Guardnn 18.19 -.28
HIghlncoBd 9.29 -.10
Intr 18.89 -.58
Partner n 25.38 -.47
Neuberger&Berm Tr:
Genesis n 43.51 -.60
Nicholas Applegate:
EmgGrol 9.79 -.04
Nicholas Group:
Nichol n 59.60 -.34
NIchIncl 220 -.02
Northeast Investors:
Trust .7.74 -.05
Northern Funds:
Fixinn 9.90 -.07
GrEq X 15.56 -26
HIYFxincn 820 -.10
IntGrEq n 10.55 -27
LrgCapVal 13.30 -.19
SmlCapldxn 9.71 -.11
Technlyn 10.44 -.10
Northern InstI Fds:
EqldxA 14.90 -.23
Nuveen Cl R:
InMunR 10.86 -.08
IntmDurMuBd 9.00 -.04
Oak Assoc Fds:
WhteOakG n 30.09 -.53
Oakmark Funds I:
Eqtylncr 23.18 -.25
Globallr 21.87 -.37
IntlIr 21.61 -.31
IntlSmCp r '21.02 -.56
Oalkmark r 40.55 -.45
Select r 3322" -.48
Old Westbury Fds:
Intn' 10.44 -.26
MIdCapEqp 15.69 -.15
Olstein Funds:
FncAlertC 17.57 -.22
Oppenheimer A:
AMTFrMuA 9.93 -.03
AMTFrNY 12.63 -.04
CAMuniAp 11.10 -.03
CapAppA p 39.83 -.59
CaplncApx 12.12 -.30
ChlncAp 9.50 -.12
DevMkdAp 27.07 -.93
DIscFdp 41.01 -.12
EquityA 10.47 -.18
GlobalAp 58.25 -.81
GIblOppA 30.93 ..
Gold p 18.14 -1.46
GrowthAp 25.70 -.25
HighYIdAp 9.55 -.12
InlBdAp 5.74 -.15
IntGrow p 18.74 -.60
LTGovAp 10.03 -.03
UdTrmMu 15.52 -.02
MiStFdA 34.46 -.57
MainStrOpAp 12.75 -.22
MnStSCpA p 19.50 -.23
MIdCapA 16.13 -.16
PAMunlAp 12.43 -.03
RealAstAsp 8.09 -.22
SmCapValA 31.22 -.48
StIrncAp 4.23 -.06
USGvtp 9.57 -.04
Oppenheimer B:
AMTFrMuB 9.90 -.03
AMT-FrNY 12.63 -.04
CapAppB p 36.74 -.54
CapincBtx 12.00 -.28
ChIncBt 9.49 -.12
EquityB 10.13 -.17
GloblBt 54.57 -.77
GIbOppB 29.76
HIYIdBt 9.40 -.12
MnStFdB 33.44 -.56
StrIncBt 424 -.06
Oppenheimer C&M:
GlobalC p 55.44 -.78
MnStFdC 33.42 -.586
StrncC t 4.22 -.08
Oppenhelm Quest:
QBalA 17.59 -.36
QBalanC 17.36 -.36
QBalanB 17.36 -.36
00pptyA 32.01 -.42
Oppenheimer Roch:
UdNYAp 3.33 -.01
UdNYCt 3.32 -.01
RoMuAp 17.75 -.07
RoMuB 17.74 -.08
RcNtlMuA 12.12 -.01
Oppenheimer Y:
CapApprecY 40.80 -.60
PBHG Funds:
CllprFocus 16.42 -.14
Growthn 1828 -.13


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12-mo.
Name NAV chg % rtn
.iG,O.-t. .. 198 0 -.20 -1.2
PIMCO Aomin PIMS:
ReIReAd p 11.31 -.11 +1.7
ToltRetlAdn 10.53 -.05 +1.1
PIMCO Instl PIMS:
AllAssetx 12.53 -.27 +5.4
CommodRR x 15.79 -.90 +7.5
DiverInco 10.85 -.15 +5.8
EmMkIsBd 10.48 -.24 +6.4
FrgnBo n 10.52 +.01 +5.5
GlobalBd n 10.13 -.18 +6.7
HIYIdn 9.75 -.13 +8.2
LowDurn 10.09 -.03 +0.5
ModDurn 10.16 -.06 +0.2
RealRetnsl 11.31 -.11 +1.9
ShorT 10.01 -.01 +1.5
StksPlusx 9.61 -.22 +8.0
TotReOt n 10.53 -.05 +1.4
TR n 9.97 -.05 +0.2
TRIlIn 9.32 -.05 +1.7
PIMCO Funds A:
All Asset px 12.49 -.25 +4.7
CommoWRRpx15.72 -.88 +7.0
HIYIdA 9.75 -.13 +7.7
LowDurA 10.09 -.03 0.0
SmCpVA 29.08 -.52 +21.8
RenalsA 24.80 -.48 +8.0
Value A 16.85 -.43 +8.1
RealRetAp 11.31 -.11 +1.5
TotRIA 10.53 -.05 +0.9
PIMCO Funds B:
RenalsB 23.31 -.46 +7.2
RealRtBt 11.31 -.11 +0.7
TotRIBIt 10.53 -.05 +0.2
PIMCO Funds C:
AllAssetCtx 12.43 -23 +3.9
CommRR px 15.62 -.85 +6.1
HIYIdC 9.75 -.13 +6.9
LwDurC nt 10.09 -.03 -0.5
RenalsC t 23.16 -.46 +7.2
ValueCt 16.34 -.42 +7.2
GwthCt 16.82 -.15 +2.4
TargetC 15.06 -.13 +5.5
RealRetCp 11.31 -.11 +1.0
ToIRICt 10.53 -.05 +0.2
PIMCO Funds D:
CommodRRpxl15.73 -.88 +7.0
RealRtnp 11.31 -.11 +1.5
TolRtlnp 10.53 -.05 +1.1
Pamrnassua Funds:
Eqtyinco n 24.39 -.29 +6.8
Pax World:
Balanced 22.74 -.20 +11.0
PennMutCp 9.685 -12 +15.0
Phoenix Funds:
BalanAx 14.54 -.23 +3.8
StrAIApx 15.28 -.31 +3.6
Phoenix-Aberdeen :
IntlA 10.09 -.24 +17.8
WidOpp 8.37 -.16 +13.5
Phoenlx-Engemann:
CapGrthA 14.19 -.07 -0.4\
Pioneer Funds A:
BalancApx 9.56 -.12 +3.3
BondAp 923 -.06 +2.1
EqlncA px 28.46 -.73 +16.6
EuropeA p 30.31 -.88 +23.7
GrowthAp 11.71 -.12 +6.0
HlghYIdAp 11.30 -.15 +3.5
IntlValA 17.28 -.51 +18.7
MdCpGrA 14.72 -.10 +4.9
MdCpVaA p 24.95 -.14 +20.9
PIonFdAp 41.28 -.62 +12.4
TaxFreeAp 11.58 -.04 +2.2
ValueAp 17.52 -.38 +11.8
Pioneer Funds B:
HIYieldBt 11.35 -.15 +2.8
MidCapValB 22.37 -.14 +19.8
Pioneer Funds C:
HIYIdCt 11.45 -.15 +2.7
Preferred Group:
IntVaIn 18.26 -.41 +18.4
Price Funds Adv:
BIChlpp 29.12 -.51 +4.2
Eqtylnop 26.14 -37 +14.3
HIYid p 7.03 -.08 +8.0
Price Funds:
Balance n 19.44 -.28 +8.9
BlueChIpGn 29.12 -.51 +4.4
CalTxn 10.97 -.06 +1.5
CapAprn 19.35 -.23 +142
DvGro n 22.30 -.34 +10.5
.EmMktSn 19.58 -.77 +21.6
Eqlno n 26.20 -.37 +14.6
Eqldx n 31.58 -.49 +8.9
Europe n 19.96 .-.53 +19.1
FLIntmn 10.83 -.06 -0.6
GNM n 9.51 -.05 +1.5
Growthn 25.27 -.43 +6.2
Gwthinn 21.65 -.40 +8.7
HIthScIn 21.19 +.18 +2.3
HIYIdn 7.04 -.09 +8.2
ForEqn 15.38 -.42 +13.5
IntBdn 10.10 -.22 +6.9
IntDDsn 33.35 -125 +20.6
InlStkn 12.86 -.36 +132
Japasn 8.51 -.19 +7.7
LatAmon 16.35 -.58 +38.0
MdShtn 5.14 -.01 -0.7
MdTxFrn 10.66 -.05 +1.1
MediaTIn 27.10 -.63 +18.6
MidCapn 48.59 -.34 +16.4
MCapVal n 22.33 -.31 +16.0
NewAm n 31.51 -.18 +6.4
N Asian 10.18 -.31 +16.3
NewEran 36.02 -1.18 +38.8
NwHrt nn 28.68 -.19 +13.2
Newincon 8.96 -.05 +1.0
NYTxPn 11.28 -.06 :+1.0
PSBal n 17.82 -.25 +9.7
PSIncon 14.60 -.16 +7.2
RealEstn 16.56 -.39 +15.7
R2010n 13.76 -.19 +9.0
Refre2020n 14.55 -.22 +10.7
ScITch n 17.73 -.08 +0.4
STBdn 4.70 -.01 -0.4
.SmCapStkn 30.80 -.29 +15.3
SmCapValn 34.67 -.53 +19.5
SpecGr 16.42 -29 +12.0
Specin n 11.85 -.12 +4.3
TxFreen 9.95 -.05 +1.6
TxFrHYn 11.79 -.02 +4.8
TFIntmn 11.14 -.05 0.0
TxFrSIn 5.36 -.02 -0.5
USInt 5.34 -.02 -2.8
US Long 11.69 -.07 0.0
VATFn 11.62 -.06 +1.3
Value n 22.53 -.38 +15.5
Principal Inv:
PtrL.VIn 13.14 -.30 +11.9
Putnam Funds A:
AmGvAp 8.92 -.03 -1.3
AABalAp 10.53 -.11 +7.7
AZTE 9.23 -.04 +1.1
CATxAp 8.37 -.04 +1.6
ClassicEqAp 12.49 -.20 +8.6
Convertpx 16.86 -.30 +5.5
DlscGr 16.67 -.16 +6.1
DvrlnAp 10.14 -.09 +5.8
EqlnApx 17.14 -.40 +11.8
EuroEq A 20.88 -.44 +222
FLTXA 9.21 -.03 +22
GeoAp 17.75 -.23 +6.1
GLGvApx 12.88 -.20 +5.2
GlbEqtyp 8.30 -.15 +11.8
GrInAp 18.95 -.33 +9.5
HIthAp 58.16 +.35 +8.4
HIYdAp 8.03 2 -.09 +8.1
HYAdAp 6.04 -.07 +82
IncmA p 6.74 -.03 +0.2
IntEqp 23.51 -.55 +15.6
InlGrInp 11.77 -.27 +19.0
IntlCapO p 24.90 -.75 +25.3
InvAp 12.24 -.19 +10.9
MITxp 8.99 -.03 +1.6
MNTx'p 9.00 -.04 +1.3
NJTxAp 9.19 -.04 +1.7
NwOpAp 40.50 -.31 +9.0
NwValAp 17.58 -.31 +12.9
NYTxAp 8.74 -.04 +1.2
OTCAp 7.15 -,08 +7.7
PATE 9.09 -.03 +2.1
TxExAp 8.79 -.03 +2.1
TFInAp 14.92 -.07 +0.8
TFHYA 12.80 -.04 +5.1
USGvAp 13.11 -.05 +1.4
UtilApx 10.16 -.18 +18.0
VataAp 9.43 -.09 +17.4
VoyAp 15.78 -.10 +2.4
Putnam Funds B:
CapAprt 17.05 -.24 +12.-
ClassicEqBl 12.39 -.21 +7.1
DiscGrwth 15.45 -.14 +5.4
DvnBtS 10.06 -.09 +4.1
Eqlnctx 17.01 -.37 +10.`
EuEqtyB 20.16 -.43 +21.2


12-mo.


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
F.TxBt 9,21 -.03 +1.5
GeoBt 17.59 -.22 +5.4
GllnBts 12.84 -.19 +4.5
GIbEqlyt 7.58 -.14 +11.0
GINIRst 24.82 -.95 +3.:0
Grint 18.68 -.33 +8.7
H0hB1 53.12 +.31 +7.6
HIYldBt 7.99 -.09 +7.3
HYAdvBt 5.96 -.08 +7.3
IncomeBt 6.70 -.03 -0.8
InlEq p 22.65 -.53 +14.7
IntGrint 11.56 -.27 +18.1
InlNopt 11.15 -.31 +15.4
InvBI 1125 -.17 +10.1
NJTxBt 9.18 -.04 +1.0
NwOppBt 36.53 -.29 +8.1
NwValp 17.31 -.31 +12.0
NYTxBtI 8.73 -.03 +0.7
OTC B t 6.34 -.08 +6.9
TxExBt 8.79 -.04 +1.3
TFHYBt 12.82 -.04 +4.4
TFInBt 14.94 -.07 +0.1
USGvBt 13.04 -.06 +0.6
U61RBtx 10.11 -.16 +17.4
VIslaBt 8.26 -.08 +16.5
VoyBt 13.78 -.10 +1.5
Putnam Funds M:
Dvrlncp 10.05 -.09 +5.4
Putnam Funds Y:
George 17.80 -.23 +6.4
Gr&lnc 18.98 -.33 +9.8
Income 6.78 -.03 +0.4
InlEq 23.66 -.55 +15.9
Voyager 16.29 -.10 +2.6
RS Funds:
RSDiverGrnp 21.02 -.25 -0.8
RSEmGr np 29.51 -.05 +7.3
RSNatRes np 26.55 -1.31 +42.2
RSPartners 34.40 -.69 +25.2
Value Fd 22.06 -.31 +27.0
Royce Funds:
LowPrStkr 14.67 -26 +5.7
MIcroCapIn 15.07 -.27 +6.8
Opplylr. 12.77 -.12 +12.3
PennMul m 10.04 -.12 +16.2
Premlerl nr 14.77 -.23 +16.0
SpeclEqlnv r 19.16 -.13 +8.4
TotReti r 12.10 -.16 +15.1
Russell Funds S:
DivBondS 23.37 -.11 +0.1
DIvEqS 42.14 -.61 +10.3
InseecS 61.46 -1.70 +16.1
MstratBondS 10.35 -.05 +1.0
QuatnEqS 36.60 -.50 +9.1
RESecS 40.98 -.97 +13.8
ShortDuraBdS 18.83 -.04 -0.5
SpecialGrS 49.75 -.57 +9.3
Russell Insti I:
Eqtyll 29.21 -.42 +10.6
Eqty QI 33.91 -.47 +9.3
FIxlncmel 20.91 -.10 +0.4
Inl1 37.94 -1.05 +16.6
Russell LfePts C:
BalStrCp 10.54 -.14 +6.8
Russell LfePts D:
BalStratp 10.61 -.15 +7.2
Rydex Advisor:
OTCn 9.52 -.09 +4.6
Rydex C Class:
JunoCpn 18.51 +.09 -2.1
Rydex Investor:
Juno Fdn 19.21 +.10 -1.1
OTCn 9.86 -.09 +5.2
SEI Portfolios:
CoreFxInAn 10.40 -.06 +1.0
EmMktDbtn 10.38 -.25 +9.2
EmgMktnp 13.02 -.43 +19.8
EqlndxAn 36.16 -.56 +9.0
HIYIdn 8.63 -.12 +9.1
InlMunlA 10.87 -.04 -0.3
IntEqAn 11.00 -.27 +17.5
InFIxA n 12.17 -27 +7.6
LgCGroA n 17.53 -.15 +4.1
LgCValAn 21.22 -.43 +14.1
SmCGroAn 16.09 -.12 +1.6
SmCValAn 19.88 -.27 +17.5
TaxMgdLC 10.97 -.16 +9.4
SSgA Funds:
EmgMkt 15.40 -.49 +20.9
SP500n 19.29 -.30 +9.1
SmCap 28.25 -.20 +18.5
STI Classic:
CapAppLp 11.01 -.18 '+2.3
CapAppAp 11.64 -.19 +2.7
* CapAppTnx 12.19 -.23 +3.4
GrowlncT np 15.94 -.21 +15.1
HlghYIdI 11.03 -.14 +5.4
SmCapGrT n 19.96 -.11 +11.8
SmCpValTnx 19.86 -.33 +21.9
TxSenGrTnpx23.98 -.37 +5.7
TaxSenGrLt 22.52 -.31 +4.6
VallncoStkAx 12.45 -.23 +13.8
VallncTnpx 12.48 -24 +142
Salomon Brothers:
BalancBp 12.54 .-.17 +2.0
HIYIdA 8.33 -.13 +8.3
InvesValOx 19.81 -.54 +7.8
Opport 47.17 -.92 +14.4
Schwab Funds:
InaSS nr 16.01 -.38 +18.6
10001nvr 33.62 -.50 +9.2
lO0Seln 33.61 -.50 +9.4
S&P Inv n 18.07 -28 +8.9
S&PSeln 18.13 -28 +9.0
SmCplnv n 21.08 -.21 +13.3
SmCapSeln 21.10 -.22 +13.4
TotBond n 9.90 -.05 +0.8
YIdPIslnv 9.69 ... +2.2
YIdPIsSel 9.68 -.01 "+2.3
Scudder Funds A:
DrmHIRAx 42.32 --1.00 +14.9
r FIgComAp 16.16 -.35 +13.1
HilncAx 5.50 -.10 +10.8
MgdMunip 9.09 -.04 +0.9
RREEF p 18.80 -.48 +13.1
TechA 10.24 -.05 -1.3
TotRetAx 8.79 -.15 +3.9
USGovtAx 8.49 -.06 +1.5
Scudder Funds B:
DrmnHRBx 4222 -.90 +13.9
Scudder Funds C:
DrmHIRCox 42.26 -.91 +15.6
Scudder Funds S:
EmMkldnx 10.38/ -.34 +8.6
EmgMkGrnr 17.65 -.57 +16.8
GIbiBdSrx 1022 -.13 +4.2
GlobDis 3521 -.92 +25.0
GlobaS S 26.71 -.72 +14.5
Gold&Prac 15.98 -127 -10.5
GrEurGro 27.39 -.96 +232
GrolncSx 21.16 -.44 +8.9
HIYIdTxn 12.71 -.05 +3.4
IncomeSx 12.76 -.11 +1.4
IntrTxAMT 11.25 -.07 +0.1
IntsmauS 43.95 -1.40 +15.5
LgCoGron 22.92 -.26 +4.8
LatAmer n 32.46 -1.06 +32.7
. MgdMunIS 9.10 -.04 +1.2
MATFS 14.48 -.09 +0.5
PacOppsnr 1328 -.35 +10.5
ShtTmBdS nx 10.05 -.06 -0.4
2 SmCoValSr 26.03 -.42 +16.0
Scudder Instl:
Eqty509IL 133.00 -2.11 +9.1
LfLonglLx 10.98 -.21 +7.0
Scudder Investment:
4 Eq5001nv 131.17 -2.52 +9.0
Selected Funds:
AmerShsD 36.42 -.78 NS
AmStsSp 36.42 -.78 +9.4
Seligman Group:
ComunAt 23.71 -.18 +2.6
FrontlerAt 12.57 -.06 +4.9
9 FronsterD 11:11 -.05 +4.1
6 GIbSmCoA 15.42 -.30 +18.3
GlobTechA 11.73 -.14 -0.8
S HYBdAp 3.42 -.05 +7.1
Sentinel Group:
9 ComStkApx 29.06 -.55 +11.7
2 SmCoAp .7.31 -.08 +13.7
Sequoia 152.41 -1.35 -0.3
Sit Funds:
.LargeCpGrn 32.73 -.41 +8.2
8 Smith BarneyA:
'AgGrAp 90.83 -1.46 +4.0
4 ApprAp 14.35 -.21 +8.7
S FdValAp 14.45 -22 +3.4
4 HincAtx 8.86 -.13 +7.5
S InStAIICpGrAp 13.52 -.37 +14.1
LgCapGAp 20.12 -.17 -4.1
S MgMuAp 15.55 -.01 +3.4
8 SBCaplncAx 15.99 -26 +7.(
SSmith Barney B&P:
S AgGrBt 81.75 -1.33 +3.2
S ApprBt 14.08 -.21 +7.i
S FdValBt 13.62 -.21 +2.1


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
LgCapGBt 19.02 -.17 -5.3
SBCaplnctx 15.87 -.25 +6.4
Smith Barney C:
AggGrC 82.27 -1.33 +3.3
FdValC 13.62 -21 +2.6
LgCapCp 19.01 -.17 -5.3
Smith Barney 1:
OlSstall 17.11 -.21 +3.6
Grolnr 1 14.77 -.22 +7.6
Smith Barney Y:
AggmroYl 94.12 -1.50 +4.5
LgCopGroY 20.69 -.18 -42
SoundShn 35.45 -.56 +11.5
St FarmAssoc:
Balan n 49.76 -.58 +6.7
Gwthn 48.00 -.80 +11.9
Strategic Partners:
EqultyA 14.77 -.30 +7.7
Stratton Funds:
DMdendn 33.55 -.74 +4.3
Growth 41.83 -.60 +23.6
SmCap 40.05 -.30 +23.9
Strong Funds:
CmSt e 22.08 -.73 +10.6
Discov e 19.05 -1.29 +9.9
GovSecn 10.58 -.05 -0.6
Growthlnvn 18.32 -.03 +9.0
LgCapGrth 21.41 -.22 +5.5
Opptntylnvn 44.76 -.45 +12.7
UtStllnv 9.18 -.01 +1.6
Strong Fds Advisor.
SCapValZpe 28.93 -1.00 +19.3
SunAmerica Funds:
USGvBt 9.31 -.06 -1.4
SunAmerica Focus:
FLgCpAp 16.68 -23 -0.6
TCW Galileo Fds:
SelEqty 17.41 -.13 +4.8
ValueOpp 22.31 +.01 +9.6
TCW Galileo N:
SelEqtyN p 17.07 -.12 +4.4
TD Waterhouse Fds:
Dow30Fds 10.51 -.19 +5.8
TIAA-CREF Funds:
BondPlus 10.16 -.05 +0.2
Eqtylndex 8.34 -.11 +9.8
Grolnc 11.89 -.17 +8.7
GroEqty 8.66 -.10 +2.6
HMYdBond 9.29 -.11 +5.9
InrEqty 10.66 -.28 +16.1
MgdAllc 10.86 -.15 +7.0
ShtTrmBond 10.40 -.03 -1.0
SocChcEqty 8.84 -.12 +8.7
TaxExBond 10.76 -.06 +0.7
Tamarack Funds:
EnterSmCp 31.96 -.42 +112
Value 44.97 -.93 +16.0
Templeton Instil:
EmMSp 15.24 -.46 +23.1
ForEqS 20.25 -.51 +22.3
Third Avenue Fds:
Intir 19.30 -.46 +27.1
RealEstVal r 2726 -.33 +22.3
SmICapn 22.83 -.20 +20.2
Value 54.40 -.58 +26.4
Thompson Plumb:
Growth n 44.43 -.96 40.7
Thomburg Fds:
IntValA p 20.37 -.33 +16.5
LtdMunAp 13.60 -.05 -0.4
valueA 30.10 -.33 +6.0
Thrivent Fds A:
HlghYld 5.15 -.07 +7.8
Income 8.66 -.06 +0.7
LgCapStock 24.97 -.40 +8.3
MdCapStk 16.24 -.25 +17.3
MuniBd 11.38 -.05 +1.6
Torray Funds:
Fund 39.36 -.65 +3.8
Instl 111.78 -1.84 +4.1
TAIDEX A:
FedTxExAp 11.71 -.05 40.9
JanGrow p 22.46 -.33 +8.9
GrCoGIobp 23.81 -.42 +2.8
TrConHYBp 9.14 -.09 +3.9
TAFlexlnco p 9.43 -.08 +0.6
TA IDEX C:
AsAlModGrt 11.13 -.16 +6.2
TCUUSDrGv 9.43 -.01 +1.4
Turner Funds:
MldcpGwth 23.71 -.29 +10.1
SmlCpGrwth 22.32 -.19 +7.4
Tweedy Browne:
GlobVal 24.07 -.16 +17.1
UBS Funds Cl A:
GlobAllot 13.12 -.19 +122
UBS Funds C C:
GlobAllop 12.90 -.19 +11.4
UBS PACE FdsP:
LCGEqPn 19.36 -.41 +13.4
UMB Scout Funds:
World 24.41 -.48 +18.8
US Global Investors:
AJlAm 23.79 -.44 +82
GIbRnson 12.52 -.53 +53.0
GIdShr 7.78 -.70 -6.1
USChlna 6.78 -21 +2.9
WldPrcMinn 16.38 -1.26 +1.4
USAA Group:
AgsvGthIn 27.84 -.37 +9.2
CABdn 11.13 -06 +2.1
ComstSorn 26.26 -.49 +10.4
GNMA 9.65 -.05 +12
GrTaxStrn 14.23 -.16 +6.4
Grwth n 13.11 -.22 +9.3
Gr&lncn 17.94 -.32 +10.2
IncStkn 16.28 -.22 +9.9
Income n 12.26 -.05 +0.9
S Inin '21.72 -.62 +172
NYBd n 11.90 -.07 +2.0
PrecMM 14.60 -1.05 -8,5
S&pIdxn 17.61 -.27 +8.9
ScTech 8.62 -.08 -2.6
ShtTBndn 8.89 -.01 +0.5
SmICapStkn' 13.31 -.22 +16.0
TxEITn 13.16 -.07 +1.6
TxELT n 14.01 -.08 +2.5
TxEShn 10.68 -.02 +0.4
VABd 11.61 -.06 +1.5
WidGrn 17.71 -.39 +16.1
UtdAssoc500n 8.51 -.13 +9.1
Value ULine Fd:
LevrgeoGthfn 24.92 -17 +9.5
Van Kamp Funds A:
AggGrAp 13.82 -.12 +11.6
CATFAp 18.64 -.12 +1.2
CmstAp 18.00 -28 +14.8
CorpBdAp 6.61 -.06 +1.3
EmGroAp 37.01 -.43 +5.4
EntAp 11.85 -.09 +3.4
EqtylncAp 8.38 -.09 +10.5
ExchFd 349.73 -5.26 .+11.8
GIblFranp 22.89 -.18 +15.7
GvScAp 10.17 -.03 +0.6
GrinAp 19.84 -.27 +142
HarbAp 14.18 -.17 +3.5
HIghYldA 3.64 -.06 +8.1
HYMuAp 10.71 -.03 +5.5
InTFAp 18.70 -.11 +1.2
MunlnAp 14.59 -.09 +0.7
PATFAp 1728 -.09 +1.6
PaceFndA p 8.54 -.15 +3.4
StrMunInc 13.11 -.04 +5.3
USMtgeA 13.75 -.04 +1.9
S UtHlyAp 16.96 -29 +19.6
Van Kamp Funds B:
CmstBt 18.01 -.28 +13.9
EmGrBt 31.73 -.37 +4.6
EnterpBt 10.86 -.08 +2.6
EqlncBt 8.25 -.10 +9.6
GdncBt 19.68 -.28 +13.2
5 HYMuSt 10.72 -.02 +4.8
9 MunlnBn 14.57 -.09 -0.1
PATFBnt 17.23 -.09 +0.8
3 StrMunInc 13.11 -.03 +4.6
8 USMtgeB 13.70 -.04 +1.1
1UIIB 16.94 -.30 +18.6
Van Kamp Funds C:
7 CommSkC 18.02 -.28 +13.9
7 EqIncCt 829 -.09 +9.8
3 Vanguard Admiral:
AssaetAdmin 53.75 -.80 +8:1
2 BalAdmlnx 18.91 -.31 +6.2
CAITAdmrn 11.02 -.05 -0.1
0 CALTAdm 11.66 -.06 +1.5
CpOpAdin 67.14 -.70 +12.2
S EqlnoAdmlx 47.94 -121 +13.2
S EuropAdml 61.05 -1.44 +23.7
S ExplAdml 6724 -.59 +11.3
S ExntdAdmn 3025 -.34 +13."
S 500AdmInx 107.91 -2.11 +9.2
S GNMAAdmn 1028 -.06 +1.f
GroincAdm 49.16 -.69 +10.1
S GrwlthAdmol nx.25.30 -27 +4.1
S HithCaren 52.84 +.04 +10.2
S HIYldCpn 626 -.08 +5.;


I


FUUE


Exp. Open High Low Settle Chg Exp.

CORN (CBOT) Est. s
5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel Wed's
May05 210.00 210.00 209.00 210.00 -.00 SUG
Jul05 218.00 218.00 217.00 218.00 -.00 112,0
Sep 05 225.00 225.00 223.00 224.00 -.00 May I
Dec05 234.00 234.00 232.00 233.00 -.00 Jul1
Mar 06 240.00 240.00 239.00 239.00 -.00 01ct 0
May 06 243.00 243.00 243.00 243.00 -.00 Marc
Jul06 245.00 246.00 245.00 246.00 -.00 May0
Est. sales 64,495. Wed's sales 122,302 Jul S0
Wed's open Int. 661,002, -15,577 Oct 0
OATS (CBOT) Est. s
5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel Wed'
May 05 157.00 159.00 157.00 158.00 +1.00 CAT
Jul05 152.00 152.00 151.00 151.00 +.00 40,60
Sep05 149.00 Mar C
Dec 05 147.00 148.00 147.00 148.00 +.00 Apr0
Mar 06 149.00 Jun0
Eat. sales 682. Wad's sales 1,199 Aug (
Weds open Int. 7,205,+42 Oct01
WINTER WHEAT (KCBT) N Dec (
5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel Feb
May 05 345.00 350.00 343.00 348.00 +3.00 Estu
Jul05 341.00 '346.00 340.00 345.00 +3.00 Wedl
Sep05 349.00 353.00 348.00 351.00 +2.00 FEE
Dec 05 359.00 362.00 358.00 361.00 +1.00 50,00
Mar06 365.00 368.00 365.00 368.00 +4.00 Mar0
Est. sales 7,088. Wed's sales 11,509 Apr 0
Wed's open int. 74,673, +829 May I
COTTON 2 (NYBT)Aug
50,000 lbs.- cents per lb. Au9;
May05 50.10 52.90 50.00 51.59 +1.01 Sep
Jul05 51.60 53.90 51.60 53.05 +.96 Oct 0
Oct 05 54.00 55.30 53.90 54.95 +.75 Noyv
Est.s
Dec 05 54.90 56.80 54.80 55.95 +.78 Wed's
Mar 06 57.30 57.95 57.30 57.95 +.80 HOC
May 06 58.70 +.80 40,00(
Jul06 59.60 59.60 59.50 59.50 +.80 Apr 0
Est. sales 9,674. Wed's sales 10,265 May I
Wed's opennt.117,051, -718 Jun0
COCOA (NYBT)Ju
10 metric ons- per ton Ju0
May05 1570 1588 1560 1584 -4 Aug
Jul05 1595 1603 1576 1601 -5 Oct 0
Sep05 1613 1623 1595 1620 -3 Dec(
Est.
Dec 05 1620 1632 1610 1632 -3 Wed'
Mar06 1643 -3 GOL
May06 1651 -3 1001,
Jul06 1670 1670 1664 1664 -2 Marl


Open


High Low Settle Chg Exp. Open High Low Settle Chg Exp. Open High Low Settle Chg


ales 18,451. Wed's sales 26,049 *
s open Int. 144,183, -8,689
.AR-WORLD 11 (NYBT)
00 Ibs.- cents per lb.
15 8.64 8.76 .64
5 8.88 8.95 8.87

5 9.05 9.12 9.05
06 9.03 9.05 9.01
16 8.96 8.98 8.92
i 8.86 8.86 8.79
66 8.86 8.86 8.81
ales 48,177. Wed's sales 49,854
's open Int. 363,101 +4,646
TLE (CME)
0 Ibs.- cents per lb.
15 88.90 88.90 88.90
5 87.55 88.52 87.50
5 84.30 85.10 84.25
105 82.50 83.25 82.50
5 83.55 84.30 83.50
05 84.90 85.65 84.90
106 85.,40 88.00 85.40
sales 20,039. Wad's sales 20,350
s open Int 152,285, -254
DER CATTLE (CME)
0) Ibs.- cents per ib.
05 106.32 106.40 106.30
5 104.35 104.95 104.20
05 102.70 103.50 102.60
05 104.40 105.40 104.40
I5 103.80 104.00 103.65
5 103.50 103.65 103.25
05 102.25 102.25 102.25
sales 3,040. Wed's sales 2,796
s open int. 26,859, -30
iS-Lean (CME)
00 Ibs.- cents per Ib.
5 70.20 70.67 69.90
05 76.25 76.62 76.00
05 78.30 78.70 77.90
5 76.35 76.65 75.95
105 72.90 73.15 72.35
05 62.52 62.55 62.25
05 59.65 59.80 59.30
sales 9.439. Wed's sales 12,836
s open int. 90,897, -147
LD (COMX)
roy oz.- dollars per troy oz.
05


8.67 +.04
8.88 +.06
9.06 +.07
9.01 +.04
8.93 +.02
8.82 +.01
8.82 +.01




88.90 -.60
88.35 +.95
84.87 +.62
83.05 .53
84.20 .75
85.52 +.72
85.97 +.62



106.35 +.03
104.92 +.80
103.27 +.80
105.20 +.70
104.00 +.55
103.65 +.70
102.25 +.30



70.30 +.15
76.42 -.13
78.12 -.03
76.20 -.02
72.97 -.23
62.42 -.25
59.30 -.35



424.70 -.50


Apr05 425.60 426.50 424.30 424.80 -.60
May 05 426.10 -.50
Jun 05 428.50 429.10 426.80 427.40 -.50
Aug 05 430.00 431.30 429.60 430.00 -.50
Oct05 433.60 434.40 432.90 432.90 -.50
Dec 05 435.70 437.50 435.50 435.80 -.50
Est sales .... Wed's sales 128,461
Wed's open Int. 293,388, -6,143
SILVER (COMX)
5,000 troy oz.- cents per troy oz.
Mar 05 695.0 695.0 693.3 693.3 -4,4
Apr 05 693.2 -4.7
May 05 697.5 702.0 691.5 693.8 -4.7
Jul 05 702.5 706.5 696.0 698.0 -4.7
Sep05 700.0 706.0 700.0 702.7 -4.7
Dec05 715.0 715.0 707.0 708.8 -4.7
Jan 06 711.1 -4.7
Eat. sales .... Wed's sales 21,027
Wad's open Int. 102,837, -491
HI GRADE COPPER (COMX)
25,000 Ibs.- cents per Ib.
Mar05 144.70 147.00 144.70 145.95 +1.25
Apr05 144.90 146.90 144.70 145.90 +1.00
May 05 145.10 148.70 144.20 145.35 +.90
Jun 05 145.50 145.50 144.50 144.95 +.95
Jul05 143.65 145.70 143.50 144.55 +1.00
Aug05 143.10 143.20 143.10 143.20 +1.00
Sep 05 141.60 142.70 141.60 141.85 +1.00
Est. sales .... Wad's sales 28,705
Wed's open Int 115,347, -5,170
EURODOLLARS (CME)
$1 milion-pts ofl 100 pct.
Apr05 96.780 96.785 96.772 96.780 -.005
May05 96.615 96.625 96.610 96.610
Jun05 96.460 96.475 96.445 96.460 +.005
Jul05 96.270
Sep05 95.985 96.005 95.965 95.975 -.005
Dec 05 95.700 95.725 95.670 95.685 -.010
Mar06 95.540 95.560 95.510 95.525 -.005
Est. sales 238,649. Wed's ales 2,703,080
Wed's open Int. 8,021,014, -52,712
LUMBER (CME)
110,000 bd. $ per 1,000 bd. 2f.
May 05 .391.1 398.0 391.1 393.8 +.5
Jul 05 376.5 383.3 376.5 380.3 -.7
Sep05 369.5 369.7 367.6 367.6 -1.2
Nov 05 350.8 350.8 350.8 350.8
Est. sales 411. Wed's sales 760
Wed's open int. 5,041, +19


NATURAL GAS (NYMX)
10,000 mm btu's, $ per mm btu
Apr05 7.160 7.180 6.970 7.062 -.076
May 05 7.285 7.298 7.070 7.164 -.071
Jun05 7.390 7.394 7.210 7.292 -.068
Jul05 7.475 7.476 7.250 7.379 -.061
Aug 05 7.530 7.530 7.340 7.436 -.053
Sep05 7.530 7.550 7.400 7.451 -.051
Oct05 7.556 7.560 7.415 7.480 -.051
Est. sales.... Wed's sales 69,006
Wed's open int. 476,132, ...
UNLEADED GASOLINE (NYMX)
42,000 gal, cents per gal
Apr 05 158.70 160.80 154.90 159.92 +2.43
May05 161.50 163.00 157.60 162.49 +2.72
Jun 05 163.27 164.00 158.50 163.84 +2.47
Jul05 163.75 164.00 161.50 163.94 +2.27
Aug05 161.5 163.00 159.80 162.94 +2.12
Sep05 159.88 162.00 156.90 160.34 +1.97
Oct05 155.00 155.19 154.00 155.19 +1.77
Est. sales .... Wed% sales 60,341
Wed's open int. 180,958,....
HEATING OIL (NYMX)
42,000 gal, cents per gal
Apr05 154.85 156.00 152.30 154.84 +1.48
May05 151.90 154.00 150.70 152.78 +1.34
Jun05 151.43 152.70 149.80 151.76 +1.29
Jul05 151.78 152.70 150.10 151.96 +1.14
Aug05 152.43 153.40 150.93 152.56 +1.04
Sep05 153.63 154.08 151.80 153.76 +.99
Oct05 154.20 155.50 153.57 155.11 +.94
Est sales .... Wed's sales 53,499
Wed's open int. 185,965,...
LIGHT SWEET CRUDE (NYMX)
1,000 bbl.- dollars per bbl.
May05 54.12 54.90 53.41 54.84 +1.03
Jun 05 54.90 55.70 54.30 55.65 +.91
Jul05 55.70 56.20 55.00 56.11 +.79
Aug 05 56.10 56.35 55.35 56.35 +.67
Sep05 56.07 56.50 55.55 56.40 +.54
Oct05 56.04 -56.32 55.66 56.32 +.46
Nov05 55.90 56.30 55.30 56.15 +.39
Est. sales .... Wed'c sales 333,982
Wed's open int. 844.260,...


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
HiYdAdm n 10.70 -.05 +2.5
InsdLTAdm n 12.60 -.08 +0.8
ITBondAdmrJ 10.37 -.07 -1.0
ITsryAdmIn 10.97 -.05 -1.8
InOGrAdmI 59.60 -1.57 +15.6
ITAdmIn 13.35 -.07 +0.4
ITCoAdmd 9.82 -.06 -02
UdTrmAdm 10.77 -.03 -0.3
LTAdmIn 11.29 -.06 +0.9
MCpAdmIn 70.16 -.82 +18.6
NYLTAdm 11.33 -.07 +0.9
PrmCsapr 61.88 -.82 +12.0
PALTAdmn 11.39 -07 +0.8
REITAdmilrx 72.94 -2.62 +10.5
STsryAdml 10.34 -.02 -0.8
STBdAdmIn 9.97 -.03 -1.0
ShtTrmAdm 15.55 -.02 +0.5
STIGrAdm 10.52 -.03 +0.1
SmICapAdml n25.82 -.31 +14.3
TxMCapr 55.11 -.75 +10.4
TxMGdnc rx 52.38 -1.01 +9.3
T5BdAdmIn 10.07 -.05 +02
TolStkAdm nx 27.79 -.50 +10.2
USGroAdmi n 39.34 -.32 +2.8
ValueAdmlnx 20.91 -.56 +14.8
WellslAdmnx 51.33 -1.08 +5.2
WealnAdmnx 5129 -1.09 +9.9
WindsorAdm n59.41 -.77 +12.0
WdsdlAdm 54.14 -.89 +15.8
Vanguard Fds:
AssetAn 23.93 -.36 +8.0
CAITn 11.02 -.05 -0.1
CALTn 11.66 -.06 +1.4
CapOpp n 29.06 -.31 +12.1
Convtinx 12.70 -22 +0.6
DIvidendGro 11.94 -.17 +10.1
Energy 44.96 -1.82 +49.5
Eqlnc nx 22.87 -.57 +13.1
Explorer n 72.20 -.64 +11.1
FLLTn 11.66 -.07 +0.6
GNMAn 10.28 -.06 +1.7
GlobEqn 17.97 -.38 +19.0
Grolncn 30.08 -.43 +10.6
GrowlthEq 9.11 -.04 +1.5
HYCorpn 6.26 -.08 +5.2
HthCaren 125.22 +.10 +10.1
InflaPronx 12.34 -.18 +1.1
IniExplrn 16.78 -.47 +26.2
.InOGr 18.74 -.49 +15.4
IntlVal n 31.16 -.80 +20.8
m Grade 9.82 -.06 -0.3
IT'syn 10.97 -.05 -1.7
UFECon nx 14.94 -21 +5.0
UFEGron 19.58 -.30 +9.9
UFEIncnx 1326 -.18 +2.7
UFEMod n 17.55 -.22 +7.5
LTInGraden 9.42 -.07 +2.5
LTlrsryn 11.33 -.06 0.0
Morgan n 15.61 -17 +7.0
MuHYn 10.70 -.05 +2.4
MulnsLgn 12.60 -.00 +0.8
MulntIn 13.35 -.07 +0.3
MuLtdn 10.77 -.03 -0.4
MuLongn 11.29 -.08 +0.8
MuShrln 15.55 -.02 +0.5
NJLTn 11.87 -.08 +0.7
NYLTn 11.33 -.07 +0.9
OHLTTxEn 12.05 -.08 +0.8
PALT n 11.39 -.07 +0.7
PrecMtlsMn r 17.32 -1.08 +19.9
Prncpr 59.64 -.79 +11.8
SelValur 18.45 -.19 +21.1
STAR n 18.43 -21 +82
STIGrade 10.52 -.03 0.0
STFedn 10.28 -.03 -0.7
STTrayn 10.34 -.02 -0.9
StratEqn 20.97 -21 +172
TglRea2015 10.98 -.11 +5.9
TglRel2025 11.18 -.12 +72
TxMCAp nr 27.38 -.37 +10.3
TxMGIrx 25.49 -.49 +9.2
TaxMngdlntImlO.30 -25 +18.8
TaxMgdSCr 20.82 -.30 +19.3
USGro n 15.19 -.12 +2.6
USValuean 13.47 -.17 +11.3
Wellslynx 21.19 -.43 +5.1
Welln nx 29.69 -.62 +9.8
Wndern 17.60 -23 +11.9
Wndsll 30.49 -.50 +15.6
Vanguard Idx Fds:
500 nx 107.90 -2.10 +9.1
Balanced nx 18.91 -.30 +6.2
DevMktkn 9.17 -.23 +18.8
EMkIn 14.79 -.51 +22.1
Europe n 26.00 -.61 +23.5
Extend n 30.24 -.34 +13.2
Growth nx 25.30 -26 +4.8
ITBondn 1037 -.07 -1.1
LTBondn 11.61 -.08 +12
MIdCap 15.46 -.19 +18.4
Paci 8n 9.28 -28 +8.9
REITrx 17.09 -.61 +10.3
SmCapn 25.81 -.31 +14.1
SmlCpGrow 14.55 -.13 +11.6
SmICapVal 13.47 -21 +16.6
STBondn 9.97 -.03 -1.1
TotBondn 10.07 -.05 +0.1
Totlngln 12.57 -.33 +192
TotStknx 27.78 -.50 +10.1
Value nx 20.91 -.56 +14.7
Vanguard Instl Fds:
Balnstrnx 18.91 -.31 +86.3
DevMkltns n 9.09 -22 +19.1
Eurolnsin 26.02 -.61 +23.7
Exton n 30.26 -.35 *13.4
GrowthlInstx 25.30 -27 +5.0
Inslldxnx 107.01 -2.09 +9.3
InsPI nx 107.01 -2.10 +9.3
TotlBdldxn 50.78 -.27. +02
MidCaplns n 15.61 -.18 +18.7
Paclnstin 929 -28 +9.2
STIGrinst 10.52 -.63 +0.1
SmCpInn 25.83 -.31 +14.3
TBIstn 10.07 -.05 .+0.3
TSinstnx 27.79 -.51 +10.2
Valuelns ilnx 20.91 -.57 +14.8
Vantagepoint Fds:
AggrOpp 10.49 -.10 +11.6
AssetAlloc 7.14 -.10 +7.8
CoreBondldxl 9.99 -.05 -0.1
Eqtyinc 8.94 -.10 +15.5
Growth n 7.87 -.09 -02
Grow&lnc 9.82 -.16 +7.0
MPLongTermGr20.60 -26 +.65
MPTradGr1th 21.31 -22 +62
Victory Funds:
DvsStkAx 16.01 -27 +122
WmSllnsnI 18.99 -.48 +16.5
WM Blair MtilFds:
IntGrowthlr 2221 -.67 +16.9
WM Str Asset Mgmt:
BalancedAp 12.90 -.15 +5.8
BalancdBtl 12.86 -.15 +5.0
ConGrwBI 13.63 -.19 +6.5
ConGrwAp 13.97 -.19 +7.4
StratGrAp 15.15 -22 +8.8
Waddell & Reed Adv.
Accumull v 6.14 -.09 +112
CorelnvA 5.64 -.08 +14.9
HIghInc 7.48 -.08 +8.0
S NweCqptAp 8.62 -.14 +14.8
ScTechA 10.03 -.04 +13.7
VanguardA 8.30 -.10 +5.6
2 Wasatch:
S CoreGh 41.05 -.32 +10.6
SmCapGdh 38.a9 -.03 +13.7
8 SmlCapVal 5.18 -.07 +7.2
6 Weltz Funds:
PartVal 22.83 -23 +7.4
6 Valuen 35.94 -.34 +7.0
Wells Fargo A:
9 AselAllAx 19.12 -.34 +7.1
8 Wells Fargo Instl:
DIvrmEql 39.12 -.64 +8.6
GrthBalln 29.17 -.37 +8.5
2 ncoEqI nx 34.58 -.94 +10.5
Index I 47.10 -.73 +9.0
LgCoGd 42.67 -.46 -2.1
SWestern Asset
S CorePlus 10.48 -.07 +3.6
S Core 11.24 -.08 +1.0
Westport Funds:
S SmallCapin 24.34 -.17 +11.4
SWilliam BlaIrN:
GrowthN 1028 -.06 +8.0
9 nlGthN 21.95 -.66 +16.7
SYacktman Funds:
S Fundp 14.98 -.08 +9.1


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SUNDAY, MARCH 27, 20045 3D


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CITRus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


B business D IG E S T -... .............. ...-..., ..


Doctor earns
Hospice certification
Seven Rivers Regional Medical
Center affiliated physician Azael P.
Borromeo, M.D., Is now certified as
a Diplomate of the American Board
of Hospice and Palliative Medicine.
Dr, Borromeo joins more than
1,900 fellow physicians who have
achieved such certification.
Hospice and palliative medicine
is a discipline and model of care
devoted to achieving the best pos-
sible quality of life for the patient
and family throughout the course of
a life-threatening illness through
the relief of suffering and the con-
trol of symptoms. Hospice and pal-
liative medicine helps the patient
and family face the prospect of
death assured that comfort will be
a priority, values and decisions will
be respected, spiritual and psy-
chosocial needs will be addressed,
practical support will be available
and opportunities will exist for
growth and development.
Dr. Borromeo, also board certi-
fied in anatomic and clinical pathol-
ogy, practices family medicine in
Lecanto. He received his medical
degree from The Cebu Institute of
Technology in the Philippines and
has been a member of the Seven


Rivers Regional medical staff since
1984.
Seven Rlyers Regional Medical
Center Is a general, medical/surgi-
cal acute care facility that opened
Its doors in 1978. The hospital has
grown to 128 beds serving the
communities of Citrus, Levy and
South Marion counties. Seven
Rivers Regional Medical Center is
fully accredited by the Joint
Commission on Accreditation of
health care Organizations
(JCAHO) and is licensed by the
Florida State Department of Health
and Human Services, Health Care
Financing Administration, for partic-
ipation in Medicare/Medicaid pro-
grams. Seven Rivers can be found
on the World Wide Web at
www.srrmc.com.
Little League gets
$1,000 from Ace
When last year's hurricanes
brought high winds, heavy rain and
flooding to Florida, one local Little
League organization sustained sig-
nificant damage to its playing
fields. In order to help Dunnellon
Little League prepare its premises
for "opening day" this year, Ace
Hardware is donating $1,000 in
products to be used toward field
repairs and other needs of the


organization.
A $1,000 Ace Gift Card will be
presented to Dunnellon Little
League officials at 4 p.m. Monday,
April 4, at Ace Hardware, 2585 N.
Florida Ave., Hernando. The gift
will be used to purchase fix-up sup-
plies and materials from the store.
"It's gratifying to provide this
donation to Dunnellon Little
League, a valued member of our
community," said Ace store manag-
er Ruth Ann Rackly. "It's one way
we at Ace can contribute to ensure
the youngsters in the league play
in a top-notch environment."
According to Ace national adver-
tising manager Frank Rothing, it
was only fitting for Ace to step up
to the plate and help local teams
this 2005 season. "Ace Hardware
Corp. is the official hardware spon-
sor of Little League Baseball, so
this donation represents an ideal
way for us to help the leagues
affected by the hurricane damage.
We are contributing $1,000 worth
of Ace Gift Cards to six other
Florida Little League organizations
this spring."
Other contributions include
donations to Conway Little League
in Orlando, West Hemando Little
League, Hardee County Little
League in Wauchula, Casselberry


Little League, St. Cloud Little
League and Lake Wales Little
League.
Romine is assistant
cashier at bank
The Board of Directors of The
Hernando County Bank recently
announced that
Connie Romine '
has been elected
assistant cashier.
Romine started '
with The
Hemando County
Bank in February
1996 as a teller
and currently Connie
serves in the loan Romine
department. She
is very active with the American
Cancer Society's Relay for Life in
Brooksville and is a supporter of
the Salvation Army.
Romine is a 1969 graduate of
Hemando High and resides in
Brooksville.
Kathy Key named
assistant cashier
The Hemando County Bank
Board of Directors announced that
Kathy Key has been elected assis-
tant cashier of the bank.
Key has been with the Brannen


Banks of Florida
for the past 17
years, holding
many different
positions. She
transferred to
The Hemando
County Bank in _A .
May 1996, where Kathy
she is the internal Key
auditor and infor-
mation security officer.
Key is currently serving as the
event chairman for the American
Cancer Society's Relay for Life in
Brooksville.'
Originally from Springville, N.Y.,
Key now lives with her husband
and daughter in Inverness.
SCORE offers free
counseling services
The Citrus County SCORE
Chapter 646 offers free confidential
counseling services to new and
existing businesses in the county.
The counseling covers a range
of business-related topics.
For an appointment, call 621-
0775.
Financial advisers
attend conference
Steve Sachewicz and Steve
Parker, private wealth managers


with the Joseph Financial Group,
recently attended the DFA
Financial adviser Conference at
Lake Buena Vista.
The conference explored recent.
developments in strategic asset
allocation, tax-efficient investment
strategies, and the engineering and
design of mutual funds to substan-
tially reduce transaction costs.
Speakers included leading aca-
demics in the field of financial eco-.'
nomics and investment fund man-
agers. .;
Interested persons can learn m -
more about the Joseph Financial
Group by attending a free Estate
and Financial Planning Workshop ',
from 10 a.m. to noon Thursday,
April 21, at the Central Ridge Y'
Library, 425 W. Roosevelt Blvd.
A leading local financial services '
firm with more than 75 years of
combined experience, the Joseph ,'
Financial Group is a multi-discipli- .
nary alliance of professional servic-
es firms stressing low-cost, tax-effi-,,'
cient investment strategies and 1>j
comprehensive and integrated r
financial, tax, estate and asset pro-'-
tection planning.
For additional information, con-
tact either of the foregoing financial
advisers at 746-4460. ,


TAXES
Continued from Page 1D

er tax law.
"We're trained, we're qual-
ified, and we're all volun-
teers, so 'it's free," McNally
said.
The volunteers use a com-


IMPACT
Continued from Page 1D

access from the West, Midwest
and Northeast
The east coast is highly pop-
ulated by people moving from
the Northeast, while the west
coast, is primarily occupied by
persons from the Midwest and


Special to the Chronicle
Seven Rivers Regional
Medical Center recently
awarded the March Stars of the
Month. The hospital recog-
nized the four staff members
for going above and beyond the
responsibilities of their job.
Receiving March stars were:
quality star, Mary Magee-Allen,
Seven Rivers Home Care; cost
star, Gail David, human
resources; service star, Jo Lea
Shadley,. case management;
and people star, Eli Romero.
During the Stars of the
Month program, the staff also
recognized five physicians for
.their efforts in providing excel-
lence in health care during the
last year. John W Royalty, D.O.,
was awarded the people star
:for continuously educating,
mentoring and involving staff
in understanding clinical pro-
cedures while maintaining
high-quality care. Paresh G.
Desai, M.D., was awarded the
cost star for actively decreas-
ing waste and improper use of
supplies, maintaining quick
turnaround time in the oper-
ating room, and participating
on the hospital's performance
improvement team (which
reviews cases to provide cost
or time-reducing solutions).
Paul A. Hellstern Jr., M.D.,
was awarded the quality star
for encouraging and educat-
ing medical staff on the
appropriate use of Proton
pump inhibitors, instructing
staff and patient on outcomes
and performing procedures in
a timely manner with consis-
tently positive outcomes.
James J. Ronzo, D.O., was
awarded the growth star for


puter program called Tax-
Wise to file taxes electroni-
cally:
The counselors can help
prepare most tax returns,
including those with item-
ized deductions. McNally
said the returns out of their
scope are military personnel,
businesses, farms and those
with investment property.


West South Florida is unique
in its international develop-
ment due to the influx of
Cubans, South Americans,
Haitians and others from the.
areas of South and Central
America.
Since most of those moving
to Florida want to take advan-
tage of the water, it is not hard
to watch the progression of
more highly populated coun-


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People with these types of
issues should go to a paid
professional such as H&R
Block.
Those planning to use the
Tax-Aide service should
bring a copy of last year's tax
return, all 2004 tax docu-
ments, any important docu-
ments for itemized deduc-
tions, photo identification


ties.
The population of Palm
Beach initially moved to the
south, then northward, creat-
ing a megalopolis now stretch-
ing from Key West to north of
Daytona. The west coast start-
ed a bit later, so the growth has
been slower.
Today, Florida's west coast is
a megalopolis from Marco
Island to north of Tarpon


.' Special to the Chronicle
Seven Rivers Regional Medical Center recently awarded its March
Stars of the Month. They are, from left: Hugh McElvey, director of
laboratory services, who presented the awards; quality star recip-
lent Mary Magee-Allen, Seven Rivers Home Care; cost star recipi-
ent Gall David, human resources; service star recipient Jo Lea
Shadley, case management; Joyce Brancato, chief executive offi-
cer; and John W. Royalty, D.O. Not pictured Is people star winner
Ell Romero.


promoting minimally invasive
spine procedures available at
Seven Rivers Regional, writ-
ing newspaper articles that
explain the spine procedures,
and presenting community
education programs.
Alex T. Villacastin, M.D.,


was awarded the service star
for taking additional emer-
gency department calls to
assist primary care physi-
cians and the numerous posi-
tive letters from patients
regarding his dedication and
care.


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for the taxpayer and any
dependents claimed.
Whether you end up owing
the IRS money or if you will
get a refund, the AARP vol-
unteers, as well as many of
the tax Web sites, can have
the money directly taken
from or put into a checking
account, McNally said.


Springs.
This means that as of right
now, Pasco County is the
fastest-growing county above
Tampa, Hernando is second ....
and guess who is third? ...
Citrus County.
Growth in our community is
inevitable and appears to be
unstoppable. In the early
1970s, Boca Raton in Palm
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electronically filing taxes
and receiving money directly
into a checking account are
safe and efficient ways to get
the job done.
"It's cheaper for the IRS
because they need less man-
power and people get their
refunds much quicker,"
McNally said.


nance capping the city's popu-
lation at 40,000. That was ruled
unconstitutional.
They tried every method you
can imagine to block growth,
but to no avail. This was true in
many east coast counties and
later in west coast counties,
Sarasota being a prime exam-
ple.
The one thing we can do to
deal with growth is manage it



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Special to the Chronicle

On Wednesday, April 27, administrative pro-
fessionals across the country will receive flow-
ers, candy, lunches, and gifts from their super-
visors thanking them for a job well done.
In Citrus County, however, supervisors have
an opportunity to say thank you
to their right-hand assistants
with a fun and educational CFCC
reward: CFCC Citrus County County Ca
Campus is holding its inaugu-
ral Administrative Profes- have its
sionals' Day Conference from
11:45 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Admini
Jerome Room at the campus.
Administrative professionals ProfessiC
will gather at the campus at
11:45, and a lunch from Confe
Romano's will begin at noon.
At 1, participants will watch on Ap
a Webcast featuring keynote
speaker Cokie Roberts, politi-
cal analyst for ABC News, talk-
ing about leadership.
Also speaking will be Joni Daniels, author,
and Jo A. Peay, international president of the
International Association of Administrative
Professionals.
Roberts is a senior news analyst for NPR
News. Monday, Cokie recaps recent develop-
ments on "Morning Edition." She is also a polit-
ical commentator for ABC News, where for
years she' has covered Congress, politics, and
public policy. From 1996-2002, she and Sam


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Terry Allison, who coordi-P9
nates the AARP volunteer
tax program for Citrus and"-'
west Sumter counties;
expects the local volunteers',
will file more than 4,000 tax" )
returns before April 15. r.S
"People ought to come see' -
us instead of doing it them;
selves," McNally said. "It's 6aT
great service." .J

The bottom line is a communi-o .
ty lacking diversification in its,
economy will fall victim to cost 'I
increases to provide basic- e
needs for its residents. Only we
can ensure a better future.
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Brett Wattles is the execu-
tive director of the Economic
Development Council. Contact
the EDC at 795-2000.




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Donaldson co-anchored the weekly ABC inter-
view program 'This Week" During her more
recent years in broadcasting, Roberts has won
numerous awards, including two Emmys.
Daniels is the author of "Power Tools for
Women: Plugging into the Essential Skills for
Work and Life" and has spent 25 years consult-
ing and presenting on personal
r. and professional development
Citrus issues. Daniels will discuss
mpus will tools to communicate with oth-
ers and to motivate them to
inaugural action.
Following the keynote
itrative address, participants will be
able to learn from a panel
nals' Day made up of highly successful
local women including Susan
rence Gill, supervisor of elections
Pat Deutschman, chairwoman
ril 27. of the Citrus County Board of
Education; Neale Brennan,
promotion and community
affairs director for the Citrus
County Chronicle; Kathy Small, community
relations manager for Progress Energy; Vicki
Phillips, Citrus County commissioner; Betty
Strifler, clerk of the courts; Nadia Osman,
reporter for Baynews9; Barbara Gurrola,
Circuit Court judge; and Jodi Zakaria, partner
with Deutschman and Zakaria Law Firm,
Price for the conference is $59 per person, To
register, those interested should call Amy
Prodan, coordinator of corporate training, at
746-6721.


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BUSINESS


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March Stars of the Month


CFCC to broadcast Cokie


Roberts as conference speaker


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Scott Lee, outgoing chairman of the board of directors for
Junior Achievement of Citrus County, presents a certificate
of appreciation to Marilyn Dickerson for her seven years of
volunteer service to Junior Achievement, the past two
years of which were as a member of the board of directors.
Dickerson, who was director of sales for Plantation Inn and
Golf Resort In Crystal River, was replaced by Janet Mayo,
also of Plantation Inn. Junior Achievement Is an interna-
tional program that educates and inspires young people In
grades K-12 to value free enterprise, business and eco-
nomics to improve the quality of their lives. More than
6,000 students in Citrus County schools were taught this
school year by volunteers from the business community,
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SWinners of a recent sightseeing tour by air were Crystal
River residents Howard and Ann Jones, who won the flight
at First Presbyterian Church of Crystal River following a
talk by Rick Wachstein, executive director of CAIRFLIGHT,
an association of private pilots who offer free mercy flights
to medical patients able to travel, and to family members
of terminally III patients. The Joneses spent more than an
hour in cruising the Gulf coast from Crystal River Airport to
Tampa Bay and back. CAIRFLIGHT is presently operating in
almost all parts of Florida and occasionally out of state. For
more Information about the air transport project, go to
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Primerica Financial Services


The Citrus County Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed Primerica Financial Services to
the Chamber with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Participating were: front row, from left, Dennis
Miller, chamber executive vice president; Laurie E. Oates, regional vice president of Primerica;
Robert Kennedy, Primerica; David Oates, Primerica; John Porter, chamber ambassador; middle
row, Mike Gudis, chamber ambassador; Larry Blanken, chamber ambassador; back row, Curtis
Peters, chamber ambassador; Renee Melchionne, chamber ambassador; Sherry Potts, cham-
ber member; Joanie West, chamber ambassador; Pete Burrell, chamber ambassador; and
Nancy Coffey, chamber ambassador. Laurie Oates has expanded her office to cover Citrus
County in order to help ordinary families prepare and execute a sound financial game plan for
their future. Primerica is a subsidiary of Citigroup (NYSE: C) and serves 200 million customer
accounts in more than 100 countries. To learn more about Primerica and Citigroup is available
on their respective websites: (www.primerica.com) and www.citigroup.com or call her at 800-
224-4340.

The Lorna Jean Gallery,


Special to the Chronicle
To welcome The Lorna Jean Gallery as a new Chamber of Commerce member, a ribbon cutting
ceremony was recently held. Participating were: front row, from left, Renee Melchionne, cham-
ber ambassador; Reyna Bell, chamber ambassador; Nancy Arden Deutsch; Doe Weeden; Lorna
Jean Thunderhorse, owner; Joseph Thunderhorse, owner; Larry Blanken, chamber ambassa-
dor; Odalys Smith, chamber ambassador; Pete Burrell, chamber ambassador, back row,
Dennis Miller, chamber executive vice president; Curtis Peters, chamber ambassador; and
John Porter, chamber ambassador. The Lorna Jean Gallery features jewelry and fine art. They
are located at 61365 Gulf to Lake Highway in Crystal River. Everyone is invited to stop in and
experience the uniqueness of the pieces offered. The gallery can be reached at 564-2781 or by
e-mail: lornajeangallery@gowebco.com.


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Inverness
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Flashpoint will
perform April 8

On April 8, from 6 to 9 p.m.
the Concert on the Square will'
be held in Inverness.
The music will be provided
by "Flashpoint." 'The baih
moved to Florida in 1990 fronr
Sheffield, England.
They entertained at every
American Air Force, Army arnd
Navy base in Europe. Playing,
lots of musical styles from rock
to country, this duo now resides
in Homosassa Springs. ~--
"Its all about having funv
they say. "A good time should'
be had by all."
They now play from PasXtb
County all the way to Gainesvill'
The band includes Neil Shaw on,
guitar, vocals and keyboard and Ey
Shaw on lead vocals, percussion
and harmonica.
Flashpoint plays songs likp
"I Feel Lucky" by Mary Chapio,
Carpenter, "Hot Legs" by Rods
Stewart, "Heartache Tonight-
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Golf tourney.

is postponed'
The Citrus County Chamb&
of Commerce has postponed tl@&
Classic Golf Tournament origiF
nally scheduled for Saturda4'"
April 2.
It will now be held on Friday,
June 17, at 1 p.m.
Now, we hope to see every;-
one at the June 17 tournament
Call our offices for information
on sponsoring a hole, register
ing players or donating doqn
prizes for the Juige 17 resched,
ule date. Watch for new flyeis
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Member News
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Kelly Bernard was recently
named senior advertising execu-
tive of the NATURE COAST
VISITOR'S GUIDE and
Relocation Magazine, now cele-
brating its seventh consecutive
year of publication with the
spring issue now in outlets.
throughout Citrus County and
the Nature Coast area.
The announcement was made
by magazine Publisher Alana
Crowder, who said Bernard's
efforts have contributed to the
dynamic growth of the visitor's
guide.
"Since she joined the staff
five years ago, the publication
jumped from an initial 24 to
100-plus pages, demonstrating a
700 percent increase in overall
growth," Crowder said.
Bernard, who resides in
Crystal River with her husband,
Don, owner of AccuTech Air
Conditioning, brings many
years of advertising sales
expertise to the magazine,
Crowder noted.
"She is well known in the
community and well liked by
our many clients. She is known
for her hard work in helping her
clients achieve business suc-
cess."
"It is primarily through the
efforts of Kelly Bernard that the
Nature Coast Visitor's Guide
expanded about a year ago to
offer a sister publication serving
Hernando County," Crowder
said, "Also allowing us to con-


tinue to offer the magazine com- COMMUNITY COLLEGE'S
elementary to readers." CITRUS COUNTY CAMPUS
Bernard is part of a staff that will hold its second annual
includes FEditor Julianne Munn, Open House on Sunday, April
with more than 30 years as an 17, from 1 to 4 p.m. at the cam-
award-winning editor, writer pus at 3800 S. Lecanto
and former publisher. Highway.
Munn has also been with the It promises to be a fun-filled
magazine for five years, writing afternoon for the entire family.
human interest and business At 1 p.m., the campus will kick
features and the popular Cracker off the event with color guard
Cookin' column. Readers will and National Anthem, as well as
also find columns of interest introduction of dignitaries.
about antiques and collectibles, After the formal initial activi-
golfing, fishing, gardening and ties, it's off to see the wonderful
county history by contributing world of Citrus County Campus
writers. where visitors can go on
Crowder, with more than 30 hayrides through the forest, lis-
years in experience in sales, ten to CFCC's jazz band, view
marketing, management and tactical equipment and helicop-
community involvement, was ters, enjoy a play by students,
one of the Chronicle's Women take their children to story hour
in Business honorees. also by students, and eat free
Also vital to the staff is Paul food.
Kempin, who brings an array of In addition, they can visit
professional graphics, composi- Table Row where they can get
tion and photography talents to information about CFCC Citrus
the publication, ensuring a qual- County Campus educational
ity magazine unmatched in the and training offerings; learn
area; and Melissa McDow, a what actually happens in a day
sales team member for nearly with the clerk of the courts, the
three years, who offers creative property appraiser, and the tax
ideas for her clients. Bill Cooley collector; register to vote with
is distribution coordinator for the supervisor of elections; talk
the Visitor's Guide in Citrus and to representatives from Seven
Hernando counties, making sure Rivers Regional Medical
the 40,000 circulation magazine Center, Nature Coast EMS, and
is available at hundreds of loca- the City of Inverness; as well as
tions during the spring, summer get information about WTI,
and fall. Saint Leo University, and
O E M Webster University.
CENTRAL FLORIDA There will be lots of free


prizes and many. other displays)
and activities to enjoy. 'Ed
The Citrus County Chronici~
is a major sponsor for the everit'
and the campus is currently
seeking additional sponsors aind
participants as well. ,-
For more information on ho1
to be a sponsor or participate,,,
one may call the campus at 746(r,
6721. ,
HAZEL AND ROGER;
CARLSON are pleased 1
announce that they have formeF'
a new real estate organizatiod,l
FRANKLIN REALTY
CONSULTANTS OF CITRI)-
COUNTY, INC., to serv19.
Citrus County and all point
around the globe with the finesti
real estate service available. r,
Having many years of expeir,
ence and having studied an&d
earned several distinctive reab
estate recognition, they felt ite
was time to bring their unique'
insights and concepts directly fo
the public and the real estate
investing conuInuinilt through'
the formation of their own,
organization, Franklin Realty
Consultants of Citrus County.
The Carlsons are now avai-,
abli to serve you at their offices
in Croli Plaza located at 2965 E,
Gull to Lake Highway, (just eastC
of Croft Rd), Inverness. Forv
more information abodt
Franklin Realty Consultants,
call 341-1365 or (877) 499Y-
7653.


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Special to the Chronicle
Three Citrus Memorial
employees were among the
first graduating class on Feb.
26 from Withlacoochee
Technical Institute's evening
licensed practical nurse
course under the state-spon-
sored Nurses Now grant
,Janice Fulton and Melissa
Slaght, both of Homosassa,
and Sherrie Kaneshige of
Beverly Hills worked full-time
during the day, attended class
three nights weekly, and did
their clinical work every other
weekend during the 18-month
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Citrus Memorial Hospital employees who recently graduated from
Withlacoochee Technical Institute's evening LPN course are, from
left: Sherrie Kaneshige, Melissa Slaght and Janice Fulton.
not include night or weekend ring as LPNs into nursing
work. units from their former assign-
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insurance office, Slaght was in
the lab and Kaneshige was a
patient care tech.
"The Nurses Now grant pro-
vided funding for the pro-
gram's tuition, with Citrus
Memorial Hospital picking up
the remainder for us," said
Fulton.
"Our uniforms and books
were also paid through CMH
and the grant. We did not have
to pay out of our pockets for
any of the essentials."
"Our whole class is proud of
ourselves because of how hard
we worked," she said.
The hospital is proud of the
group, also. "We were delight-
ed to have employees in this
program," said Chief Nursing
Officer Pam Moore. "We are
always looking for ways to sup-
port the nursing profession
and increase our resources
here at CMH, and "growing
our own" is a great way to do
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activities. Seeking
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(352) 447-2139



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Our deepest condo-
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family, Our hearts and
prayers are with you.
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*WANTED* Dead or
Alive. Vehicle Removal
No title okay.
Lv msg, (352) 563-6626
2 SHEPHERD MIX dogs,
great with kids.
1 free Rooster.
(352) 489-3058 Iv. msg.
2 yr. old Bernese
Mountain dog to
good home only.
(352) 621-9810
7 PALM TREES medium
& small. You remove.
(352) 382-1073 or
Cell 422-1834
** FREE SERVICE**
Vehicles Dead or Alive
Removed. No title OK
352-476-4392 Andy
Tax Deductible Receiat
COMMUNITY SERVICE
The Path Shelter Is
available for people
who need to serve
their community
service.
(352) 527-6500 or
(352) 794-0001
Leave Message
FREE CURR DOG
Female, very friendly, to
good home.
(352) 795-4839
FREE GROUP
COUNSELING
Depression/ Anxiety
(352) 637-3196 or
628-3831
FREE OAK
FIREWOOD
(352) 476-7015
FREE OAK FIREWOOD
already cut.
(352)563-2713
FREE REMOVAL
Auto/Marine engines,
steel, etc.
Fred 628-2081
FREE TO GOOD
HOME
Adult Male Yellow Lab
Well trained
352-489-5238
FREE TRUCK BED
Ford, you haul
(352) 726-4135
KITTENS PURRFECT PETS
spayed, neutered,
ready for permanent
loving homes. Available
at Elleen's Foster Care
(352)341-4125
L-Shaped Sleeper Sofa,
cloth, cream with
Matching chair
(352) 795-1153
Mini Boxer & Brown Dog
Good watchdog, 4 yrs.
Need fenced yard.
(352) 726-2551


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SIMPLE SET POOL
14x39. Complete.
(352) 527-1361
THE HOME STORE
a Habitat for
Humanity of Citrus
County Outreach,
Is seelft Donations of use-
able
building
materials, home
remodeling and
decorating Items,
furniture, and
Appliances. No
clothing please.
\olunlees are needed h Ihe
Home Store on Mondays
&
Thursday.
Store hours are:
9am-5pm
Mon-Sat.
Call The Home Store
3685 Forest Drive
Inverness
(352)341-1800
for further
information.


www.adopta
rescuedpet.com
Requested donations
are tax deductible
S Cats
Calico Maine Coon*
type F/18mos 726-1006
Several special needs
cats seek loving homes
various ages and sexes
donation fee reduced
or waived 746-6186
2 adult F LH gray tab-
bles owner died -
must be adopted to-
gether 795-9550
DSH White F/ 5yrs -
declawed only pet
746-6186
Kittens, young adults to
seniors various colors,
M & F 746-6186
Persian Black 1 lyrs old
surrendered due to
family circumstances
621-8086

Cocker Spaniel White
with Tan M/10yrs owner
passed away 527-9050
Lab Mix Puppies (2) M -
14weeks 746-4944
Pekinese 7-8yrs F not
fully trained 527-9050
Jack Russell 3yrs M
341-2436
Husky 5yrs F no small
children 341-2436
Calm Terrier adult M
white 527-9050
Wanted poodles and
small dogs suitable for
seniors adoptive
homes available
527-9050
All pets are spayed /
neutered, cats tested
for leukemla/alds, dogs
are tested for heart
worm and all shots are
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FRESH DAILY BROWN
ORGANIC EGGS
Only $2,50 per doz.
13521 795-8047


LOST BLACK WALLET
near Inverness Kash.N
Karry, Inverness or
Express Lane, Floral City
Reward. (352) 344-1428
LOST HAND HELD
GARMIN iQue 3600
Personal Data Unit.
Crystal River area on or
about March 19th.
REWARD
(352) 563-6534
LOST MINI FARMS area,
9 year old light tan fe-
male dog. Very friendly.
Answers to name of
"Cocoa".
Call (352) 586-7157
LOST SET OF KEYS
on scale at Crystal River
Publlx. Please call so I
can Identify. REWARD
(352) 212-4009
REWARD FOR LOST CAT
Last seen In Citrus
Springs on March 20th,.
Name "Mr. Jinx". Black,
tan and white.
(352) 613-0436


Sunday Issue 5pm Friday

Monday Issue 5 30 pm Friday
Tuesdaybsue I pm Morday
Wednesday Issue 1pm Tuesday
Thursday Is 1pm Wednesday
Friday Issue 1pm Thursday
Satrday Issue 1pm Frday


2 FEMALE
AMERICAN FOX
HOUNDS
White with brown, one
has black spot on side.
Crystal River area,
Please call
(352) 563-9887
FOUND DACHSHUND
In Chassahowltzka area
on March 24th. Call'to
Identify, (352) 382-4894
FOUND FEMALE
SCHNAUZER,
Withlapopka area,
Floral City
(352) 586-9498


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HAIRCUTS BY JAN
Come to your home.
Call 249-0815

REAL ESTATE
CLASSES
Now Enrolling 5/3/05
Sales Uc. Class $249.
RON NEITZ-BS,MBA
BROKER/INSTRUCTOR
CITRUS REAL ESTATE
SCHOOL, INC.
(352)795-0060.


ATTRACTIVE S
seeking ma
companion, C
352-628-103
Senior Lady Dia
wishes to form
support group
(352) 527-28




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JUMBO 13 ct.
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RELIABLE, German
trained professional
with multiple skills
(construction, comput-
er/software, etc.) Is
seeking Job
opportunity. Please
Fax 011-49-8084-562193




Fountain Memorials Pk.
Fountain of Life Garden
2 spaces, opening &
closing, will sell below
market value. Moved
out of area. Ask for
Donna 352-628-2555,
FOUNTAINS MEMORIAL
PARK- 1 crypt space In
Homosassa, FL. $2500
J.R. (352) 344-3479 or
cell 212-8939. Iv msg.




BRIGHT BEGINNINGS
PRESCHOOL
Is Accepting
Applications For:

P/T TEACHERS AIDE
& F/T ONE YR. OLD
TEACHER
(352) 795-1240
or pick up
Application at
C.R. United Methodist
Church office.


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CPR & First Aide Classes
Offered many times per,
month. Call for Info.
(352) 628-9538





Accounting/
Bookkeeping
2nd Shift
Full Time M-F;
12pm-8:30pm
$9 hr. + shift
differential
Assists HR/Payroll
Department. Duties
Include: time and
attendance record
keeping, data entry,
filing, answering
phones, and report
generation.
Applications currently
being accepted or
send a resume to:
Aftn: Bookkeeping
Ocala Kmart
Distribution Center
655 SW 52nd Ave.
Ocala, FL 34474
Fax" 352-873-3731
An Equal Opportunity
Employer

CAREER
OPPORTUNITY
For afternoon/
evening shift, branch
office of financial
service-firm seeks
responsible Individual'
to handle varied
office functions.
Good people and
communication skills
are essential. Must be
well organized and a
self starter to be
considered, please
send resume to;'
Blind Box706M:
C/o Citrus County
Chronicle 1624 N.
Meadowcrest Blvd.
Crystal River Fl. 34429

JOBS GALORE!!!
www.AAA
EMPLOYMENT.NET
Local Administrative
Office now hiring for
Secretarial/
Receptionist
position. Customer serv-
ice skills, prof. appear-
ance & Word Perfect/
general computer skills
required. Send resume
to 803P, Chronicle, 1624
N. Meadowcrest Blvd.,
Crystal River, FL 34429

OFFICE HELP

Auto parts exp, must
be familiar w/ auto
parts, computer &
general office work.
ALL PRESTIGE AUTO
352- 795-7000

OFFICE HELP


Computer knowledge,
light typing, answering
phones & accounting
exp. Apply In person
GIST RV, 2524 W. Hwy
WF 44, Inverness.
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and!,
36 OPPORTUNITY
AVAILABLE FOR
beoic RECEPTIONIST
small
up. Position in growing
69 office, Fax resume to
352-563-5069

PART TIME OFFICE
SECRETARY NEEDED


$4501b.
4770


Computer knowledge,
filing, light typing,
answering phones, A-I
Termite & Pest Control
Inverness 726-5363

Payroll/HR
2nd Shift
Full lTime M-F;
12pm-8:30pm
$9 hr. + shift
differential
Assists HR/Payroll
Department, Duties
Include: time and
attendance record
keeping, data entry,
filing, answering
phones, and report
generation.
Applications currently
being accepted or
send a resume to:
Attn: Bookkeeping
Ocala Kmart
Distribution Center
655 SW 52nd Ave.
Ocala, FL 34474
Fax: 352-873-3731
An Equal Opportunity
Employer





ABITARE PARIS
DAY SPA & SALON
We are GrowingI
Nail Techs
Hair Designers
Apply within
Call 352-563-0011

BARBER WANTED
(352) 341-1922, shop
341-2615, after 5:30pm
& weekends


S All ads require prepayment.


Wanted for night shift
and possible dayshlft
on weekends. Provide
resume. (352) 860-0607
9am-2pmn
CNA's

Full Time
We now have
openings on our 7-3
and 11-7 shifts.
Come join our team.
Excellent benefits.
Apply in person:
Arbor Troll Rehab
611 Turner Camp Rd
Inverness
EOE











COTA


is currently
applications for a
COTA. Full time and
PRN positions
available. Must
process a valid
Florida Liense
experience a plus.
Excellent pay and
benefits




(352) 726-8640
Athn: Michael Walker
mwalker@avanto
group.com
CPR & First Aide Classes
Offered rnany times per
month. Call for Info.
(352) 628-9538
DENTAL
ASSISTANT

Seeking motivated
Dental Assistant with
expert. Must have
expanded functions.
Please Call Peggy at
746-0330

DIETARY AIDE
Day/ Eve Shift.
Apply in person:
ARBOR TRAIL
611 Turner Camp Rd
Inverness, FL
EOE
F/T DOCTOR'S
ASSISTANT
For busy office.
Experienced only need
apply at 5616 W.
Norveli Bryant Hwy.,
Crystal River, FL
FRONT OFFICE
Medical office needs
experienced Recep-
tionist who Is computer
literate, needs to navi-
gate through several
software programs,
Insurance. This job Is for
a person with a cheer-
ful voice, professional
manner that Is a real
team player. Great
benefits after 90 days.
Starting salary based on
level of experience.
Send resume to: Citrus
County Chronicle, Blind
Box 11802-Pr 1624 N.
Meadowcrest Blvd.,
Crystal River, FL 34429


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*COSMETOLOGIST
*NAIL TECH

With established
clientele preferred.
Flexible hours. Call for
appt.(352) 726-5682







WANTED RECENT
COSMETOLOGY
SCHOOL
GRADUATES

For Associate training
Program with 1 of
Florida's Fastest
Organizations Hourly
guarantee,'401K,
health Ins. Call Becky
352-753-0055




PERSON NEEDED
to share house wIth in
exchange for light
housekeeping & meal
preparation. 726-1978
STYLIST
For 1 of Florida's
Fastest growing prof.
salon organ zationsi
401K, Health ins Pd.
vacation. Call Becky
352-753-0055


A+ Healthcare
HomeHeqlth

HHA's & CNA's
Tired of working In
Nursing Homes
Try Home Care, Lots
of hours available
(352)564-2700 or
rkeefer@atlantic.net

ARNP
For Doctors office
and Nursing Home
Fax resumes to:
(352) 795-7898

BILLING &
TRANSCRIPTION

Medical Billina
& Transcription
Experience Reaulred.
Full Time, Mon-Friday.
Please fax Resume to
Attent: Manager
(352) 726-7582
CARE GIVER
In home, for elderly
lady In Inverness.
References required.
Call 813-685-0050 days
or 813-681-7612 eves
CNA's
Avante at Inverness,
Is currently accepting
applications for 3-11
and 11-7 shift CNAs.
Avante offers lop of
the line wage scale
along with shift
differential and
weekend differential.
Excellent benefits
package for fulltime
employees
Please apply In
person at:
304 S. Citrus Ave.,
Inverness


There's Something For YOU Here

Cilrus Memorial Hospital, the community's preferred resource
for acute care, is excited about our plans for a healthy future.
Join us now to find out what we have in mind for you!

IV/PICC NURSE
The selected candidate will be responsible for performing
PICC insertions; NI line assessments; IV/PICC troubleshooting;
assist in Medical Outpalienl; participate in staff education
with IV therapy; maintain 01 activities relating to
IV therapy and infusiorn'elated complications;
and perform patient education.

Requirements indude a Florida RN license; previous
acute care experience within the last 5 years; and PICC
certification (must obtain within 6 months of employment),
Prior NV team experience desired. Schedules are
12-hour days, every other weekend!

If you've been thinking ahead to tomorrow, come see
why your next career destination is here. Please lax your resume
to 352-341-0136 or apply online at:


www.citrusm h.com
Equ.i Owpp-'y Emo.,e'


Be sure to check your advertisement the
first day it appears. We cannot be
responsible for more than one incorrect
insertion. Adjustments a made only for
the portion of the ad that is in error.


Advertisements may be canceled as
soon as results are obtained. You will be
billed only for the dates the ad actually
appears in the paper, except for specials.
Deadlines for cancellations are the same
as the deadlines for placing ads.


F/T Insurance
Collections
Needed

Experience required,
Apply in person at
West Coast Eye
Institute,
240 N. Lecanto Hwy,
Lecanto 34461
(352)746-2246.

FRONT OFFICE
RECEPTIONIST
For Dental Office,
Exp. preferred.
Fax Resume to:
(352) 746-4165
FULLTIME MA/LPN
Needed for Doctor's
office. OB/GYN
experience preferred.
Saldry depends on
experience. Looking
for organized, neat
and efficient Individual
that Is able to work well
with Instruction and
Independently.
Please send resume to:
PO Box 1117,
Crystal River, FL 34423
or fax to: 352-564-8201
Heathsouth Citrus
Surgery Center

*F/T CERTIFIED
SURGICAL TECH
*FT RN
FOR OPERATING
ROOM
*FT PRE OP &
POST OP RN
*FT CERTIFIED
INSTRUMENT TECH
*PRE OP & POST
OP POOL RN
Exc. Working
Condition. Full
Benefits. Mon-Fri, no
Holidays or
weekends.
.Apply in person or
mail resume to:
HSCSC
11ON. Lecanto Hwy
Lecanto, FI 34461

IMMEDIATE OPENING

PART TIME RN
Needed for busy
office. OBGYN Exp a
PLUS. 2 Days a week.
Fax Resume to:
(352) 794-0877

LPNs CNAs
UNDER NEW
MANAGEMENT *
Arbor Village,
A Wildwood LTC
SNF seeks
Nursing Professionals
to Join our team of
dedicated caregivers
for the
following openings:
All Shifts Part-Time
All Shifts PRN
TOP SALARY/BENEFITS
To Apply, contact
Debble Brazil or
Alice Markham
today.
Arbor Village Nursing
490 S. Old Wire Rd
Call (352)748-3322
JOBS@CQcare.com

Medical


EARN MeiaS lE


$5000 RN SIGN-ON BONUS!
At Gentiva, you'll discover just how rewarding
a career in healthcare can be. Current openings
in Crystal River and Ocala include:
* RN Full-time, Per Diem
* Physical Therapist Full-time, Per Diem

There are many good reasons to choose
Gentiva, including:
* Outstanding caregiver team
* Top-of-the-line resources
* Great educational initiatives
* Comprehensive benefits
Commit to us. We'll commit to you.
If you're an experienced caregiver who's
looking to make a change for the better, then
we should talk.
Ready for the best? Call 1-866-GENTIVA,
e-mail sonya.charlow@gentiva.com, fax
resumes to 913-814-4703 or visit
www.gentiva.com.




Genitiva
Come home to Gentiva.
America's home healthcare leader
EOE


CrrRus CouNTY (FL) C


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EARN AS YOU LEARN
CNA Test Prep/CPR
Continuing Education
352-341-1715; 422-0762;
422-3656

LPN/RN

Avante at Inverness is
currently hiring for
nurses fulltime and
partlme. Avante
offers excellent pay
scale for years of
experience as well as
excellent benefits
Including 401K.
Please apply
in person at.
304 S. Citrus Ave.,
Inverness, FL

MAINTENANCE
TECHNICIAN
Arbor Village Nursing
Seeks an experi-
enced Maintenance
Technicaln. Carpen-
try and painting skills
required. Electrical
skills preferred.
TOP SAL BENES '
401 K
Arbor Village Nursing
490 S. Old Wire Rd,
Call (352) 748-3322
Fax (877) 571-1952
JOBS@CQcare.com

MDS COORD.
We are looking for
the right RN to
compliment the
nursing staff In our
beautiful LTC facility.
MDS and PPS
experience required.
If you are looking for
that friendly,
professional
atmosphere, come
join us at
MARION HOUSE
HEALTH CARE CENTER
Qualified Individuals
may apply In
person at
3930 E. Silver Springs
Blvd.
Ocala, Fl 34470
or fax resumes to:
(352) 236-0888
EOE
MEDICAL ASSISTANT

Group Practice needs
MA experience with
EKG, lab, & vitals. Team
worker with good
organizational skills and
pleasant personality.
Terrific benefits,
competitive salary.
Fax resume to 795-9205
or mall to Human
Resources at 5606 W.
Norvell Bryant Hwy.,
Crystal River, FL 34429
MEDICAL OFFICE
SEEKING
MEDICAL ASSISTANT
All applications
welcomed. Fax
Resumes to: 726-4527
Nurse Temps
RN's, LPN's, CNA's
Work Todayl
352-344-9828
Nursing Assistants
ALF specializing In
Dementia Disorders
needs NA's (need not
be certified) to work
In most progressive
dementia unit in-
region.
Qualify for $100
,QUEST Bonusl
Training "Mother's
Helper" positions also





EARN WHILE YOU
LEARN
Looking for
dependable,
compassionate people
who want to become
home heath aides,
CALL LOVING CARE
M-F, 9:00 AM to 4:00PM
(352) 860-0885

PHYSICAL
THERAPISTS
UNDER NEW
MANAGEMENT *
Wildwood-Based
Rehab seeks
Phys. Therapist
To join our
Dedicated Team.
PT, PTA
Full-Time Positions
Flexible Hours
Great Salary &
Benefits
Arbor Village
490 S. Old Wire Rd
Call 800-442-1353
Fax 877-571-1952


Per Diem *
Housecall Home Healthcare's SPRING HILLAGEN
seeks HHAs & Homemakers to work Per Die*
Positions require at least one year of related
experience & a valid driver's license. Enjoy weet
pay!"! Please apply in person with Denise Earnshawm4i
5125 Commercial Way Spring Hill or FAX: 352-59.
0875. EOE/AA. HHA21106096

HOUSECALL.

Health Saivies In Your Home

W-0

Take your nursing

career to new

heights! Join a


The following are nursing positions "
for which we are accepting applications:

RN/Nursing Director ti Surgic.al Services
RN/Case Manager and/or Case
Management Supervisor
RN/QM Coordinator (per diem)
RNs: MedSurg, Telemetry, OR. ICU,
ER (7pm-7am), OB (per diem)

RN Super Pool Opportunities Available
$32/hour 7am-7pm
$38/hour 7pni-7am
plus applicable shift differentials
SRRMC is pan of tlhc
HMA Corporation
For information albut t hse and other
opportunities, please apply to:

Human Resources
6201 N. Suncoast Bl\vd, Crystal Riwv, FL 34428
Fax 352-795-8464
Job Line # 352-795-8418
Email:
Linda.Macaulay@smirr.,hlum corLepm ... t
Web Site: wwwsrinre.,,m. rmrrt I I
EOE/RUi iRII WORKll AL'v I- S

SEVEN RIVERS
REGIONAL a I'AI tv NiiVtK


P/T FRONT DESK

6166 W Hwy 44. CR
PHLEBOTOMIST/
MEDICAL ASSISTANT

With coding
experience needed for
busy Dr's office. Must
be dependable and
proficient In multiple
office procedures.
Good benefits.
Please send resume to:
Citrus County Chronicle
Blind Box 805-M
1624 N. Meadowcrest
Blvd., Crystal River,
FL 34429
PROFESSIONAL
TRANSCRIPTIONIST
Needed for a
Diagnostic Imaging
Center. Radiology
transcription expert.
a plus Fax resume
Attn: Wendy
352-795-6460

PT TECHNICIAN
Position available for
experienced PT Tech
in outpatient rehab
facility in CRYSTAL
RIVER. Good salary
and benefits.
Fax or mail resume to
Gulf Coast
Aquatic and Rehab
6043 W. Nordling
Loop
Crystal River, FL
.34429
Phone: 563-0030
Fax: 563-0102

REGISTERED
MEDICAL
ASSISTANT
Needed for fast
paced pain
clinic. Applicant
should be
professional, well
spoken & detail
oriented. Good
Attendance &
friendly, caring
manner with patients
required.
Fax Resume To
352-746-0720

RN/LPN
11-7
Competitive Salary
Excellent Benefits
Apply in person at:
Arbor Trail Rehab
611 Turner Camp Rd,
Inverness
EOE
RN/LPN
Full-Time
RN/LPN needed for
expanding Oncology
Practice. Experienced
with IVs. Good Benefits
and Competitive Salary.
Fax Resume To:
(352) 746-6333
RN'S up to $39
LPN's up to $25
Needed Immediately!
Local Hospital Staffing
Apply online at
www.amslsthebest.com
1-800-704-4784
352-620-2322


Mclhanircal In"

A leader In rhe
mechanical
contracting Indust
currently seeking
candidates for thf
following positiorf
* HVAC Duct : ,
'.lecrarics all
e'vels including
helpers '
* Accounting
Clerk, 2 yr degree
equivalent .
experience Inclu4.r
Ing G/L, job cost
and billing .

Fax or e-mall resu
to 352-237-62586
or mallnda@ .jI
ccsmechanlcal.cdmr
Apply In person
737 SW 57th AvenUr
Ocala DWE
DFWP/EOE ',


the Centers
Is seeking for the
following medical
positions: ,
ON-SITE
SUBSTANCE
ABUSE
COUNSELOR
Seeking a bachelor
level, experienced
substance abuse,
counselor to work;
on-site In local middle
and high school"
alternative school
providing Individual
and group therapy.
Salary range $26,000-
$30,000 annually;r

MENTAL HEALTH
THERAPIST
Seeking an -
experienced, master's
level mental health
therapist to provide
services to children,
adults and families
who present for -
services In
Citrus County. ,
$30,000 annually, -

SCHOOL ON-SITE
THERAPISTS ,
Seeking master level
mental health .,,
therapists to provide
on-site services to SED
children both In
school and In the
home. Full time and
contract positions
available. $30,000
annually full time + -
benefits, $25.00 per ht
contract/no benefits.
Vac/slck/hollday/h'
med benefits/4011,'
Background cheol
required. To applyt
these positions, fax
e-mail resume to:
the Centers, Inc1
S(352)291-5580,
hr@thecenters.us
come by 5664 SV
60th Ave., Bldg. #
for an on-the-spt
Interview. ,
DFWP/EOE


NURSE MANAG
PT ALF specializing
Dementia Dlsorde!,
needs nurse to wow
Day shift Saturday
and Sunday. Goa4
Mgmt and Dement
clinical skills require
Call Carmel at ,
Cottages of :d
Gentle Breeze: ,
(352) 746-5626. j

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a -ACCOUNTINGa
CLERK

Full time. Must have
accounting experi-
ence. Specifically
with accounts receiv-
payables, billing and
payroll. Familiarity
,, with month-end





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egrcludlng billing, o
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cogor e-mall resume

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open. Experienced
Cemeterlan preferred.
However, will consider


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strong service selling
background.
Retirees welcome
Call 352-628-2555,
for appointment
Mon.- Fri. 10a Ip.
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EXPERIENCED SERVERS REAL ESTATE
ACCOUNTING NEEDED CLASSES
CLERK Now Enrolling 5/3/05
Apply In person. Sales Uc. Class $249.
AR Data Entry Exp,, Dllon's Inn
Excel A must. Fast 589 SE Hwy 19 RON NEITZ-BS,MBA
paced environment. Crystal River BROKER/INSTRUCTOR
CITRUS REAL ESTATE
Please Fax Resume SERVERS, COOKS SCHOOL, INC.
to: Attention Kelly
(352) 746-5123 BARTENDERS(352)795-0060.
3 & SUPERVISORS (352)795-0060.
& SUPERVISORS _
HOUSE PARENTHigh volume. SALES HELP
environment. Exp.
OPS PART TIME preferred. Positions
Working with youth, available In Inverness Floor covering,
high school diploma & Dunnellon. Full Time,
or It's equivalent Is Apply In person only. 302-6123 or 564-2772
required. back- 9am'-Noon or
ground screening 2pm-5pm Mon-Fri SEEKING
and requires COACH'S Pub & Eatery PROFESSIONAL
possession of valid 114 W. Main St., SALES HELP
driver's license. Salary Inverness EOE
$10.85 per hour.
Submit a State of VANDER VALK Apply at
Florida application to FINE DINING HIRING Gulf to Lake Sales,
DACS, Division of 5 miles West of
Forestry, Forestry *SERVERS *COOKS, Inverness Walmart
Youth Academy, BARTENDERS & on 44.
Attn: Sandy Jinorto
14251 SE Glass Rd., NIGHT TIME
Inglis, FL 34449. SECURITY
(352-465-8533) EEO Please contact
LICENSED (352) 637-1140
220 AGENT WAIT STAFF & COOK
for high volume Scampl's Restaurant CC7
Independent agency 352-302-4098, 634-4537 eOiMCoUAM70OFA E Li
located on the west
side of Citrus County. Waitstaff, Prep
Excellent salary & Cooks, Dishwashers CORRECTIONAL
benefits. Send resume OFFICER
to:796M, c/o Chronicle, Apply In person (Full Time)
1624 N. Meadowcrest 9am-1pm M F at
Blvd., Crystal River, FL Romano's GREAT BENEFITSII
34429 5705 Gulf to Lake Hwy Paid Vacations,
564-1211 Holidays, Health
A &w Insurance & 401 K

STORE MANAGERS Req. H.S./G.E.D. Must
SS posses Florida State
Apply at any Corrections Cert. or
Dollar General Store presently be enrolled
or ax resume to Cooke n Corrections Cert.
tgd 1l4@aol.com S&hoo class. A valid Florida

REAL ESTATE Inverness Location
CLASSES nle e Call for Into at:
Flexible Times (352) 527-3332 ext. 17
Now Enrolling 5/3/05 Call M-F 8:30 AM -4:30 PM
Sales LIc. Class $249. ERA American Realty
for info ] M/F/VET/HP
RON NEITZ-BS,MBA, E.O.E. Drug Free
BROKER/INSTRUCTOR 726-5855 Workplace
CITRUS REAL ESTATE John or Sandra
SCHOOL, INC.
(352)795-0060
Color Country Nursery
REAL ESTATE Is looking for Career
CLASSES Minded, Self
Now Enrolling 5/3/05 Motivated
Sales Uc. Class $249. dependable
Individuals for
RON NEnIZ-BS,MBA
BROKER/INSTRUCTOR SALES HELP,
CITRUS REAL ESTATE
SCHOOL; INC. PLANT CARE,
LANDSCAPING,
(352)795-0060 ETC

TITLE INSUR. CO. All applicants must be
able to lift 501b
Closet/Processor fertilizer bags,
Examiner/ tolerate 95 degree
Abstractor temperature & rain,
A great opportunity occasionally working
for exp. Individual to late & loves getting
join a growing com- their hands dirty. Pay ,
pahry. Great pay and commensurate w/ I I
benefits. Fax. resume experience.
:to 352-368-1635. Please apply in
person at:
S1405 W. Hwy 44 T
HPrevious work
4 I S history a must.
Mon-Fri 9am-4pm Quality Care
FOOD SERVICE Drug Free Workplace Site Prep Inc.
PERSONNEL NO PHONE CALLS e
Previous applicants Tree Removal
For Ju.enire need not apply. Bucket Truck Work
Correctional Feeding Trimming & Topping
program. Must nave Lot Clearing
ood proaducn nox. EXPERIENCED 352-637-0004
Be .? le 1o pa, TELEMARKETERS 10% Off w/ this Ad
St.:ckgrouno .:rec & WANTED We accept all major
drug screening c.r credit cards
security clearance, Looking for
: Benefits with Appointment Setters A WHOLE HAULING
advancement & those who can sell & TREE SERVICE
.Oppty.Call Mrs. Jullano over the phone. 352-697-1421 V/MC/D
352-527-3091 ext 119. Hourly + Commission www.ataxidermlst.com
HIRING LEAD If You doan Sell, AFFORDABLE
COOK, COOKS & The Sky Is The Limit! DEPENDABLE
SERVERS Fill out our online HAULING CLEANUP.
Fill out our online Trash, Brush, Appl.
Good pay, call Tu-Sun. survey at: Furn, Construction &
11 a-9p (352) 637-5888 Lg3endardy Debris.352-697-1126
Fisherman's Restaurant careers.cam _L _ _ .
12311 E Gulf To Lake We will contact you. 10% OFF NEW ACCTS
Hwy. Inverness JOE'S TREE SERVICE
HOUSEKEEPERS LOCAL PLUMBING All types of tree work
& EXPERIENCED WHOLESALER Uc.& Ins. (352) 344-2689
SERVERS NEEDED LOOKING FOR Split Fire Wood for Sale
DAVID'S ECONOMY
Apply at INSIDE TREE SERVICE, Removal,
Homosassa River Resort & trim. c. 99990000273
5297 S. Cherokee Way, SALESPERSON & trim. Uc. 99990000273
5297 S. Cherokee Way, SALESPERSON Insured 352-637-0681
Homosassa. 628-2474 insured 352-637-0681
Homossa. 628-2474 T Exp. Helpful. DOUBLE J STUMP
KITCHEN ASSISTANT Customer Service GRINDING, Mowing,
oriented person need Hauling,Cleanup,
Apply In person apply. Benefits, 401K Mulch, Dirt. 302-8852
btwn 2-4pm Apply In person
Cafe on The Avenue 7559 W. Gulf to Lake D's Landscape & Expert
631 N. Citrus Ave Hwy. Tree Svce Personalized
631_________ N.____design. Cleanups &
NOW HIRING Bobcat work. Fill/rock &
NEEDED 10 Sod: 352-563-0272.
Various positions SALES PEOPLE R WRIGHT TREE SERVICE,
APPLY IN PERSON tree removal, stump
Mon-Thurs. 9a-10:30am HIgh Compensation grind, trim, Ins.& IUc
or 1:30p-3:30pm and benefits #0256879 352-341-6827
ANGELO'S PIZZERIA Call Bill Johnson STUMP GRINDING
nvrness108 W.Man St. 352-4-8668 or 'Uc. & Ins. Free Est. '
NO PHONE CAS 386-697-4574. Billy (BJ) McLaughlln
NO PHONE CALLS 352-212-6067
NEW YEAR/ STUMPS FOR LE$$
NEW CAREER "Quote so cheap you
won't believe itl
The bes In Citrus County. TREE SURGEON
AeraaIncomefo Llc#0007B3-0257763 &
S 2005 was$78 000. Ins. Exp'd friendly serve.
Our 12 Lowest rates Free
|L representatives estimates,352-860-1452
enjoy company trips,
bonuses, and
NOW HIRING! many other
MAAE N incentives.
MANAGEMENT Self-motivated Get Your Florida Real
Wendy's Is growing Team Player Estate LUcense ONLINE!
throughout the Citrus Outgoing Bert Rodgers Schools of
& Hernando counties Personality Real Estate Over
and hiring managers and the 600,000 Graduates
at all levels. If you Willingness to Leamrn Since 1958
have a stable work 2 POSITIONS www.bertrodgers.com
history In the food AVAILABLE Call for a free brochure.
service Industry, we IMMEDIATELY 1-800-432-0320
would like you to Mon. through Fri. _
submit your resume. No late evenings,
Wendy's offers weekends or holidays.
Medlcal/Dental/Ufe/ 'No experience
Retirement/S-day


work week and much training available. PC's-N-PARTS
more. You can submit Take control of Spring Cleaning $19.99.
your resume to: ou Interior Cleaning/
Human_ Resources your future- System Check 564-8803
F14@wendys.com call today!!


or call:
727-726-6989, x324

CREW
Now hiring for FULL &
PART-TIME. Top Pay
for experience.
Please apply In
person at our
Inverness, Homosassa
or Zephyrhlils
locations.

Wendy's =
opportunity &
diversity.
EOE

P/T COOK
For Eve or Weekends.
Exp. or Will Train.
Great opportunity for
Colonary art student.
ALF In SW Ocala.
(352) 861-2088


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lilcants please.
ax resume to
52-527-4485
SIm mJ III I


VChris Satchell Painting
& Wallcovering.AII work
2 full coats.25 yrs. Exp.
Exc. Ref. Lic#001721/
Ins. (352) 795-6533
AFFORDABLE PAINTING
WALLPAPERING & FAUX
Uc. 0214277 & Ins.
(352) 697-1564
All Around the House
Gen. Home repairs plus
Llc2120-0863567. 27 yrs.
Free est. 352-465-1189
All Phase Construction
Quality painting &
drywall repairs. Free est.
#0255709, 352-586-1026
CHEAP/CHEAP/CHEAP
DP Pressure Cleaning
& Painting. Ucensed &
Insured. 637-3765


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EXPERIENCED,
RELIABLE FULL TIME
FRAMERS
NORTH CITRUS WORK.
S.B.T. Construction Inc.
352-489-0453

FRAMERS
Local-Steady
352-302-3362


* EXPERIENCED*
CARPENTERS/
FRAMERS
Good starting
pay. Exp. Qnly Need
Ap8y. Inquire at:

Construction
(352) 382-4166


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$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
LCT WANTS YOUII
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
Immediate
processing for OTR
drivers, solos or
teams. CDLA/Haz.
required Great
benefits
99-04 equipment
Call Now
800-362-0159 24 hours

BLOCK LAYERS,
CONCRETE
FINISHERS &
LABORERS

(352) 563-1873
BYERS DISCOUNT AIR
CONDITIONING
Now Taking
Applications for

*EXP. HELPERS*
(352) 746-9484

CABINET SHOP
Seeking experienced
craftsman. Please
contact Dee
COTTON DOCK
(352) 793-8132

CARPENTERS &
HELPERS
For Framing.
(352) 465-3060
CARPET AND VINYL
INSTALLERS &
CERAMIC TILE
INSTALLERS
Experienced Only.
Own tools and truck.
We supply Worker's
Comp & Liability.
(352) 637-3840

FIND EXACTLY
WHAT YOU
NEED IN THE

SERVICE

DIRECTORY


CARPENTERS/
FRAMERS
Exp. only. Exc. wages, lo-
cal, steady.
BENEFITS
MH THRASHER FRAM-
ING CO. (352) 465-3086
COMMERCIAL
ELECTRICIANS
&
EXPERIENCED
COMMERCIAL
HELPERS
Gaudette Electric, Inc
Min. 5 yrs. exp. Apply
in person or on-line.
www.aaudette
electric .com
(352) 628-3064

CONCRETE
FINISHERS
Needed. Apply in
person M -F 10a-4p
Apply In person
4003 N. Lecanto Hwy.
Beverly Hills
DELIVERY DRIVER
Building Supply Co.
Looking for exp'd
Building Supply Delivery
Driver w/.Class B CDL.
Heavy lifting
required. Mon-Fri
7AM-5PM Paid
vacation & holidays.
352- 527-0578
DFWP
ELECTRICIAN
With residential rough
and trim experience,
or service calls neces-
sary. Must have trans-
portation and tools
rirquired. Call btw.
7 3pm Mon. thru Fri,
(352) 341-2004

EXP. FRAMERS &
CARPENTERS
Fast paced 40+ hours
per week. Must have
drivers license.
(352) 303-6621


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Discount Painting
Ucensed
(352) 860-1027
George Swedlige
Painting- Int./Ext.
Pressure Cleaning- Free
est. 794-0400 /628-2245
INTERIOR/EXTERIOR
& ODD JOBS. 30 yrs
J. Hupchick Uc,/Ins.
(352) 726-9998
PAINTING & PRESSURE
WASHING Int/ Ext. 20
yrs. exp. Free est. (352)
621-1206 or 697-3116
SWall & Ceiling Repairs
Drywall, Texturing,.
Painting, Vinyl. Tile work.
30 yrs. exp. 344-1952
"R'n0RA8o "


BOB LANE COMPLETE
ACCOUNTING &
TAX SERVICE
35 years experience,
22 yrs In Citrus County,
Full retirement planning
available. Professional
service and guidance.
Reasonable rates.
FREE ESTIMATES.
400 Tompkins St,
Inverness.
344-2888; 344-2599




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Custom
Rig. John (352) 746-4521




BATHTUB REGLAZING
Old tubs & ugly
ceramic tile Is restored
to new cond. All colors
avail, 697-TUBS (8827)




Bonded, ULic. Insured
HHA looking for Work 3
days a week, 8 or 6 hr.
shifts. Ref. upon request.
(352) 726-6229




BABY SITTING
Days Only.
My Home.
(352)465-1105




vChds Satchell Painting
& Wallcovering.AII work
2 full coats.25 yrs. Exp.
Exc. Ref. Uc#001721/
Ins. (352) 795-6533
AFFORDABLE PAINTING
WALLPAPERING & FAUX
Uc. 0214277 & ins.
(352) 697-1564




CLEANING. Reliable,
affordable, Weekly,
bi-weekly, monthly
Joy, 352-746-6768
HOMES & WINDOWS
Serving Citrus County
over 15 years. Kathy
465-7334 or 341-1603
PENNY'S Home & Office
Cleaning Service Ref.
avail., Ins., Uc. &
bonded (352) 726-6265
S & J CLEANING
Homes Construction
15 years of experience.
344-5092 or 726-8484


Additions/REMODELING
New construction
Bathrooms/Kitchens
Uc. & Ins. CBC 058484
(352) 344-1620
Budget-Wise?
Remdllng &Additions.
CBC057662/lns.
637-0208/422-7918 cell
Rebuild Remodel A to Z
no Job to small, Call
Russ & Floyd Ucensed.
& Insured 563-1801
ROGERS Construction
Additions, remodels,
new homes. 637-4373
CRC1326872
TMark Construction Co.
Additions, remodels &
decks, Uc. CRC1327335
Citrus Co (352)302-3357



FL RESCREEN 1 panel or
comp. cage. 28yrs exp
#0001004. Ins. CBC avail
352-563-0104/257-1011



AUGIE'S PRESSURE
Cleaning Qualify
Work, Low Prices. FREE
Estimates: 220-2913
Lawncare-N-More
Spring clean-up, leaves,
hauling/ Pressure clean.
Tree Work. 726-9570
PICARD'S PRESSURE
CLEANING & PAINTING
Roofs w/no pressure,..
houses,driveways. 25 yrs
exp. Lc./Ins. 422-1956
ROLAND'S Pressure
Cleaning Roofs, houses,
driveways., mobiles 21
vm Ay. 1 Ir. 726-378


"HOME REPAIRS" paint-
ing, no job too big or
too small. 99990001453
(English/Spanish speak-
Ing) (352) 746-3720
"The Handyman" Joe,
Home Maintenance &
Repair. Power washing,
Painting, Lawn Service
& Hauling. LIc 0253851
(352) 563-2328
#1 IN HOME REPAIRS,
paint, press.wash, clean
roof&gutters, clean up,
haul #0169757 344-4409
AAA HOME REPAIRS
Maint & repair prob-
lems Swimming Pool
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352-746-7395
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AFFORDABLE,
DEPENDABLE
HAULING CLEANUP.
Trash, Brush, Appl. I
| Furn, Construction &
Debris.352-697-1126
All Around Handyman
Free est. Will Do Any-
thing, Uc.#73490257751
352-299-4241/563-5746
All Around the House
Gen. Home repairs plus
Llc2120-0863567. 27 yrs.
Free est. 352-465-1189
ALL TYPES OF HOME
IMPROVEMENTS &
REPAIRS #0256687
352-422-2708
Andrew Joehl
Handyman. General
Maintenance/Repairs
Pressure & cleaning.
Lawns, gutters. No job
too small Reliable. Ins
0252Z7 352-465-9201
Get My Husband Out
Of The Housel
Custom woodwork,
furniture repairs/refinish,
home repairs, etc.
Uc. 9999 0001078
(352) 527-6914


GOT STUFF?
You Call We Haul
CONSIDER IT DONE!
Moving, Cteanouts, &
Handyman Service
uc. 99990000665
(362) 302-2902
NATURE COAST HOME
REPAIR & MAINT. INC.
Offering a full range of
services.L c.0257615/Ins.
(352) 628-4282 Visa/MC
STEWART Maint.&
Repair Painting, press-
ure wash, hauling, lic#
73490234087 344-2904
Wall & Ceiling Repairs
Drywall, Texturing,
Painting, Vinyl. Tile work.
30 yrs. exp. 344-1952
CBC058263




JT'S TELEPHONE SERVICE
Jack & Wire Installation
& repair. Free estimates:
CALL 527-1984



F----mm
AFFORDABLE,
DEPENDABLE
HAULING CLEANUP.
Trash, Brush, Appl.
I Furn, Construction &
Debris.352-697-1126
All of Citrus Hauling/
Moving Items delivered,
clean upsEverythlng
from A to Z 628-6790
GOT STUFF?
You Call We Haul
CONSIDER It DONE
Moving,Cleanouls, &
Handyman Service
Uc. 99990000665
(362) 302-2902
HAULING & GENERAL
Debris Cleanup and
Clearing. Call for free
estimates
352-447-3713
ON SIGHT CLEANUP
MH. demolition, Const.
debris removal & stump
grinding (352) 634-0329




CARPETFACTORYPDirect
Restrecth Clean *
Repair Vinyl Tile *
Wood (352) 341-0909
(352) 637-2411




BEACH FENCE
Free est., Lic. #0258336
(352) 628-1190
813-763-3856 Cell
GO OWENS FENCING
All types of Fencing,
Comm./Residential,
Free Est, 628-4002
JAMES LYNCH FENCE
All kinds of fences.
Free estimates.
(352) 527-3431




Stack Underaround
Sprinklers: Installation &
Service, Honest,
Reliable, Lic & Insured,
Low Prices! CL#2654


John Gordon Roofing
Reas. Rates. Free est,
Proud to Serve You.
ccc 1325492.
628-3516/800-233-5358


Benny Dye's Concrete
Concrete Work
All types! Lic. & Insured.
RX1677. (352) 628-3337
BIANCHI CONCRETE
Driveway-Patio- Walks.
Concrete Specialists.
Uc#2579 /Ins. 746-1004
DANIEL ENO CONCRETE
All types, All Sizes. Uc
#2506. Ins.
Free Est. 352-212-3492
ROB'S MASONRY
& CONCRETE tear out
Drive & replace,


AaaiTIOnS/ KtlMUVULING
New construction
Bathrooms/Kitchens
Uc. & Ins. CBC 058484
(352) 344-1620
DUKE & DUKE, INC.
Remodeling additions
Uc. # CGC058923
Insured. 341-2675
TMark Construction Co.
Additions, remodels &
decks, Lc. CRC1327335
Citrus Co (352)302-3357
Wall & Celiling Repairs
Drywall, Texturing,
Painting, Vinyl. Tile work.
30 yrs. exp. 344-1952
CBC058263




CERAMIC TILE INSTALLER
Bathroom remodeling,
handicap bathrooms.
Uc/Ins. #2441 795-5024




REPAIRS, Wall & ceiling
sprays. Interior Painting
Lc/ins 73490247757
220-4845
Wall & Ceiling Repairs
Drywall, Texturing,
Painting, Vinyl. Tile work.
30 yrs. exp. 344-1952
CBC058263




BUSHHOGGING, Rock,
dirt, trash, trees, lawn
service, &driveways.
Call (352) 628-4743.
FILL DIRT, ROCK, TOP
SOIL. Small (6-yard)
loads. Landclearing
Call 352-302-6015
FILL, ROCK, CLAY, ETC.
All types of Dirt Service
Call Mike 352-564-1411
Mobile 239-470-0572
* BOBCATe* *
LOADER/BACKHOE
SMALL- MEDIUM JOBS
(352) 572-0800
LAND CLEARING,
Fill dirt, house pads,
rock & asphalt drive-
ways 352-303-2525
LARRY'S TRACTOR
SERVICE Finish grading
& bush hogging
(352) 302-3523
(352) 628-3924
MINI PINK DUMPTRUCK
5+ Yards. Most all
materials (sod).
341 -(DIRT)-3478




A MOST AFFORDABLE A
& REASONABLE f*
Land & Lot Clearing
Also Fill Dirt deliveries,
Free est. Uc. insured.
(352) 795-9956


All Tractor Works, By the
hour or day Clean ups,
Tree Removgl, Bush Hog
Land Clearing. All Major
Credit Cards. 302-6955
All TYPES OF TRACTOR
WORK. BUSHHOG
SPECIAL $20 an acre
(352) 637-0172 *
DAVID YORK'S land
clearing, Uc.#9999000
1764. Insured. (352)
628-7129 Cell 220-81818
Excavation & Site Dev
BJL Enterprises
Uc. #CGC62186
(352) 634-4650
LAND &
LOT CLEARING
+ Hauling. Free Est.
Helen's Nursery
(352) 563-2313
Owner/Builders
Land clearing/fill dirt,
concrete driveways,
sidewalks, house floors,
block workiUc. #2694
352-563-1873




CALL CODY ALLEN
for complete lawn,tree
& hauling services
(352) 613-4924 Lic/Ins
D's Landscape & Expert
Tree Svce Personalized
design. Cleanups &
Bobcat work. Fill/rock &
Sod: 352-563-0272




CUTS $10 & UP 0
We do it all !!!!!!
352-563-9824/228-7320
GLENN BEST
LAWN/GARDEN
*MULCH- WEED- LEAVES
795-3993
Reasonable- Reliable
All Around the House
Gen. Home repairs plus
Uc2120-0863567. 27 yrs.
Free est. 352-465-1189
Bill's Landscaping &
Complete Lawn Service
Mulch, Plants, Shrubs,,
Sod, Flower Beds. Trees

BOBS PRO LAWN CARE
Yard clean up, Shrubs
Residential/Comm.
Lc./ins.(352)613-4250
Bruce's Lawn Service
&Odd Jobs. 20 yrs.
Call: (352) 637-5331
Cell: (352) 476-5603
CALL CODY ALLEN
for complete lawntree
& hauling services
(352) 613-4924 Uc/Ins
DOUBLE J STUMP
GRINDING, Mowing,
Hauling,Cleanup,
Mulch, Dirt. 302-8852
4 STAR LAWN CARE
Mowing-Mulch
Hedges & Palms
Trimmed
628-7742 *
GRASS CUTTING &
PRESSURE WASHING
Honest & Dependable!
(352) 628-9622
HALLOCK/SON LAWN
CARE Meticulous work,
80x120 lot, $20 com-
plete. Lic/Ins. Serving
Inverness Area
352-860-0138
Jimmy Lawn Service
Reliable, Dependable
Lawn Main, at
Reasonable Rate. Call
(352) 249-8186
KMG LAWN SERVICE
Quality work at afforda-
ble prices. Call for free
estimates 352-795-9772


Lawncare-N-More
Spring clean-up, leaves,
hauling/ Pressure clean.
Tree Work. 726-9570
LEAVES CLEANED UP
John Hall Lawn Maint.
Free est. Uc. & Ins.
(352) 344-2429
ONE FREE MONTH
Quality Property
Services. Lawn Care &
Landscape. Free Est.
(352) 621-4QPS
STEVE & STEPHANIES
LAWN CARE SERVICE.
Inc. cleanup & hauling
Lc & Ins. (352)613-3613



EML POOLS
Pool cleaning & repair,
32yrs in Citrus County
Lisc & Ins.(352) 637-1904
SWIMMING POOL
LEAK DETECTION
Over 40 vrs experience
352-302-9963/245-3919



Seasoned Oak Fire
Wood, Split, $50, 4x8.
Will Deliver.
(352) 344-2696
FIR WOOD


CRYSTAL PUMP REPAIR
-(352) 563-1911
Subs, jet pumps, filters
FREE ESTIMATES
WATER PUMP SERVICE
& Repairs on all makes
& models. Lic. Anytime,
344-2556, Richard




"MR CITRUS COUNT'














ALAN NUSSO
BROKER
Associate
Real Estate Sales
Exit Realty Leaders
(352) 422-6956
Be a frequent shipper
and we'll ship your 11th
package FREE*
We ship via UPS
IAYLOR RENTAL.
Open 7 Days
352-795-5600
*5 Ibs & under, ground
Critter Care Pet Sitters,
15yrs in Citrus County.
Bounded, Lisc & Ins.
(352) 344-2778
CUCKOO &
CLOCK REPAIR
All Ages & Models.
Pick Up & Delivery.
(352)522-0174



RAINDANCER
Seamless Gutters, Soffit
Fascia, Siding, Free Est.
Lic.& Ins. 352-860-0714


EXP. ROOFERS
& LABORERS
Needed. Top pay.
(352) 341-3921
EXP. STUCCO
Plasterers & Laborers
Cell, 400-0501
EXPERIENCED
SUPERINTENDENT
with punch out and
customer service skills
for custom home '
builder. Position avail.
approx. April 1st
Submit resume & salary
requirements to:
Blind Box 799-M,
c/o Chronicle, 1624 N.
Meadowcrest Blvd.,
Crystal River, FL 34429
EXPERIENCED
CONCRETE FINISHER
for pool decks. Well
respected company,
good pay w/benefits.
Please call 726-7474.
EXPERIENCED
DUMP TRUCK &
TRACTOR
TRAILER DRIVERS

Class A or B License
(352) 795-7170
EXPERIENCED
POOL CAGE
INSTALLERS

TOP PAY. Must have
valid drivers license.
Call for Information
563-2977
EXPERIENCED
ROOFERS
Tools & transportation
a must. Dependable.
733 N Suncoast Blvd.
Crystal River.
(352) 628-3516


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FRAMERS &
LABORERS
(352) 266-8131

GROUNDS PERSONS
Exp. Driver A Must.
352-726-3241

HELP WANTED
experience with PVC
(352) 489-1759


3RD SHIFT

MANAGEMENT

OPPORTUNITIES

* Starting Pay: $10.50
per hour + bonus -
$27K to 30K Per Year!

* 5 Day Work Week

* Unlimited Growth Potential

* Full Benefit Package

* Weekly Paychecks

* Paid Vacations
* Tuition Reimbursement









iOD SUNDAY, MARCH 27 2005


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LAWN SERVICE
Laborer needed,
Exp. & Drivers Lic, A
Mu.st. Pay based on
Exp, (352) 382-2287
MACHINIST

Mn. 10 yrs, experience
with precision,
alignment & holding
fixtures. Fax resume
(352) 344-8666
MAINTENANCE
MECHANIC

Dietrich Metal
Framing, located In
Wildwood, Florida, Is
currently looking for a
full-time, permanent
Maintenance
Mechanic.
Candidate must have
own tools, a strong
electrical
background, some
hydraulic, and
pneumatic
knowledge Welding
and fabrication skills
are a plus, We offer
competitive wages,
bonuses, health
Insurance, 401 (k)
plan, vacation plan,
paid holidays and
morel Apply in
person, Mon.-Frl, 9:00
am.- 4:00 p.m.,
between 03/21/05
through 04/01/05 at
Dietrich Metal
Frarming,
721 Instal Drive,
WIldwood, FL,
EOE/AAP
MASONS &
LABORERS NEEDED
Good pay. Must have
transportation
352-860-2793
MECHANIC
Now taking appllca-
lions for Mechanics.
Will start $10 to $12 per
hr. depending on exp.
We offer: Paid Holidays
& Vacations. Also will
have Medical, Dental &
Vision available.
Call (352) 795-7552
DFWP EOE
METAL BLDG.
ERECTORS
Start Now
(352) 528-9211

OFFICE HELP
P/T, 3 nights a week
and 1 weekend day.
P/T, 4 nights a week
and 1 weekend day
Dispatching,
Answering phones,
some Data entry &
computer exp. req,
352-489-3100

PIKE'S
ELECTRIC
Bonded Ucensed'
Residential &
Commercial
Lake Sumter Polk
Don'i miss tne
opportunity co work
for the losslet,
growing electrical
contracting business
In Central Florida.
SMany positions may
be available at our
Groveland/- :.
Wlldwood branches.
$1,000 SIGN ON
BONUS FOR
RESIDENTIAL
.ROUGH LEADS &
RESIDENTIAL
TRIM LEADS
EXPERIENCE
REQUIRED
Top wages and
excellent benefits,
Including health &
dental, 401K plan.
Company trucks are
available for some
positions. Valid DL
required. Helper
positions also
available.
*DFW, EOE
Apply today.
Openings will
fill quickly
.352-748-6251

PLASTERERS
& LABORERS
352-344-1748
PLASTERERS
AND LABORERS

Needed Citrus and
Marion County Work.
Trans. provided. Travel
pay & Vacation.
352-621-1283
302-0743
Utilities
Construction
Technician
Manual labor
position Installing
water/sewer utilities
Including installation
of large diameter
water and sewer
mains, service
laterals, fire hydrants,
valves, manholes,
wetwells, backflow
prevention assem-
blies, air releases and
blow-offs. Follows
design plans;
operates and
maintains heavy
equipment. Provides
wet taps for water
services and performs
fire flow test on a
regular basis.
Performs and
maintains records for
work orders, supplies,
field logbooks and
equipment
maintenance.
Graduation from an
accredited high
school, GED or
specialized
vocational training.
Requires a "C"
Certification as a
water distribution


technician or
wastewater
collection technician
or the ability to obtain
certification within
one year. Requires
class "A" CDL within six
months. Must have
the stamina and
ability to perform
heavy manual work,
Starting Pay
$ 10.26 hourly,

Send resume to
or apply at the
Human Resources
Office,
3600 W. Sovereign
Path, Suite 283,
f,Ipqanto, FL 4461
no later than Friday,
April 1, 2005.
EOE/ADA


PLUMBERS HELPER




Plywood Sheeters
& Laborers
Needed In Dunnellon
area. Please call:
(352) 266-6940

ROOFERS
Experienced. Must
have own tools &
transport. Drug free
work place. Call
(352) 637-3677

SURVEY PARTY
CHIEF &
INSTRUMENT
PERSON NEEDED
Experienced in TDS,.
GPS. Clean driving
record. Excellent
pay & benefits.
Fax resume to
(352) 753-9441 or
E-mail: bc9m1sI
farnerbarlev.com
TIRED OF
WEEKENDS?
Tired of commission?
Wanted: Certified Tech
Great payl Driver's Lic,
*(352)447-3174/563-5256
WAREHOUSE
ASSISTANT

Must have extensive
experience with
plumbing and
Irrigation supplies,
Computer and
warehouse
organization
experience a must.
Must be friendly and
energetic. Includes a
health Insurance
package. Apply at
Golden X Plumbing,
8 N. Florida Avenue,
Inverness. Ask for Ira.


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AAA EMPLOYMENT


RECEPT.
$7
A/P CLERK
BOOKKEEPER
FINANCE ADV.
COUNTER SALES
ADM. ASSIST.
LEAD CARPENTER
DRIVER
$9


$9
$10
42K
$7.50
$16


For Appt. Call 795-2721
NO FEE TILL HIRED

Bray's Pest Control
3447 E Gulf to Lk.
Hwy. Inverness
No Phone Calls
Looking for a career?
Bray's Is now looking
to hire serious career
minded people In our
lawn and pest control
dept. Exp. preferred,
but will train the right
person. Must have
clean driver's license
Benefits, Paid Training.

CARETAKER/
HANDYPERSON

P/T, 15 hrs/wk, year
round. Condomlnlmum,
SW. Citrus County.
Pool, building & some
lawn care, No techni-
cal skills required.
Call: (352) 382-4460


CEMENT PLANT
LABORERS
CEMEX, Inc. Is taking
applications for
Laborers for Its facility
In Brooksvllle, FL.
Requirements
Include: ability to
perform labor work
Including ability to lift
and climb; 2-3 years
experience In farm-
Ing, mining, Industrial,
or construction work;
willingness to wbrk
any shift and
overtime; good
mechanical aptitude;
a proven work
record; ability to
accept directions
and work well with
others; be at least 18
years of age.
Starting rate
-' $10.50/hr.
Benefits Include,
pension plan, health/
dental/ life Insurance
Coverage, 401(k),
paid vacations and
.holidays.
Apply In person at
the CEMEX Brooksville
Cement Plant
located at
16301 Ponce DeLeon
Blvd, Tuesday thru
Thursday between
the hours of 9 a.m.
and 3:30 p.m. In the
Sales and Operations
office located on the
second floor.

Color Country Nursery
is looking for Career
Minded, Self
Motivated
dependable
Individuals for

SALES HELP,
PLANT CARE,
LANDSCAPING,
ETC
All applicants must be
able to lift 501b
fertilizer bags,
tolerate 95 degree
temperature & rain,
occasionally working
late & loves getting
their hands dirty. Pay
commensurate w/
experience.
Please apply in
person at:
1405 W. Hwy 44
Lecanto
Previous work
history a must.
Mon-Fri 9am-4pm
Drug Free Workplace
NO PHONE CALLS
Previous applicants
need not apply.


COOK









Full time. Good
organizational
Skills a must.
Apply at:
Barrington Place
2341 W. Norvell Bryant
Lecanto, Fl
Ask for Pat


DETAILER/
LOT ATTENDANT

Opening Due to
promotion,
No oxporience
nocesaryv, but
prearrod, .-
dotemndtrl-! tll,,"
mainly -.. 1.'i r.
Must be dependebie
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ATTENTION REAL
ESTATE LICENSEES
Come Join our Team,
New Office
Keller Williams Realty
(352) 637-2777
COOKS
Wildwood-based SNF
Seeks full-time Cooks.
Exper. In an Institution
setting required
Great Salary/Benefits
CALL (800) 704-3949
FAX (941) 571-1952
Work4us18@aol.com

DISPATCH &
RECEIVER
Person to perform
minor maintenance,
assist In loading and
unloading, and the
cleaning of various
rental equipment.
Full- and part-time
positions available.
(352) 795-5600

IAYLORRENTAL.
DRIVER/HELPER
2 possible 3 days per
week. Heavy lifting,
must have neat
appearance.
854-6488. or 344-9443
EARLY MORNING
NEWS PAPER
DELIVERY
Single copy Delivery
Route available In
Citrus County
7 days a week,
exc supplemental
Income.
For more Information
Call Joyce Norton
1800-541-2172
Employment

CHILDHOOD
DEVELOPMENT
SERVICES, INC.

The following positions
are available In
Citrus and Hernando
Counties.


*School
Readiness
Administrative
Asst: HC
*Head Start
Enrollment/Data
Specialist: CC
Apply In person or
call our JOB LINE
for more details:
1-800-635-KIDS
Fax: 352-620-2850
E-mail: Jobs@cdsl.org
Attn: HR ,
1601 N.E. 25th Ave.
Suite 900,
Ocala, FL 34470
EOE/AA/DFWP









FAITH BASED
SHELTER

1 Women's night
Administrator
1- Men's night
Administrator
1 Delivery Driver
527-6500
FARM HAND/
MILKING
Exp. preferred.
6 day work week.
Must have valid driver's
license, (352) 628-2688
GOLF COURSE
MAINTENANCE
Start at $6.50 per
hour. Will train.
Duties include all
aspects of Golf
Course Maintenance.
World Woods Golf
Club (352) 754-0322

IN SEARCH OF
NEWSPAPER
CARRIERS
CRYSTAL RIVER

DUNNELLON

BEVERLY HILLS

INGLIS/
YANKEETOWN
Citrus County's fastest
growing newspaper Is
looking for youl
Fill out a carrier
Information form at
the Chronicle office in
Crystal River or
Inverness
Or call 563-3282

KMART
DISTRIBUTION
CENTER
FULL TIME -
2nd shift
Warehouse
0$9.70/ hr.
0 $11'.20 AFTER
1 YEAR SERVICE
O ON THE JOB
TRAINING
INCLUDING
EQUIPMENT
O LOADING AND
UNLOADING
TRAILERS
O ABILITY TO LIFT 70
LBS.
APPLICATIONS
accepted

The following informa-
tion will be required:
o Picture ID.
o Phone numbers,
addresses and
dates of
employment for
current and
previous
employment
Allow 30 minutes to
complete the
automated
application
Walk Ins welcome,
Appolntmontls.
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FIBERGLASS
DUCT SHOP


Prod.wrkrs.$ 7.50hr.Apply
2541 W Dunnellon Rd
HELP WANTED
No Exp Necessary,
Travel The Country,
Drivers License a plus
Gd. Pay.(352)303-1053
JOBS GALORE!!!
www.AAA
EMPLOYMENT.NET
LAWN SERVICE
Laborer needed,
Exp. & Drivers Lic. A
Must. Pay based on
Exp. (352) 382-2287

MAINTENANCE/
HANDYMAN
FT/PT. Hotel
experience
preferred great
benefits.
Apply in person:
Best Western
614 NW Hwy 19
Crystal River

MANAGEMENT
WAREHOUSE

2nd/3rd
Shift Production
Manager

Experienced
Management
person needed at our
2 million sq. ft.
distribution center
located In
Ocala Florida
Requirements/
Experience:
O Manage staff of
30-50 people
(hourly
and salaried)
O Achieve budget/
production goals
STrain/ Evaluate/
Develop associates
O Experience In fast
paced warehouse
environment
O Open to future
relocation
opportunities at
other Kmart DC's
nationwide
(relocation
assistance avail.)
Send resume nd
salary reauirements
to:
Kmart
Corp., Ocala DC
ATTN: Production
FAX: 352-873-3731
EEOE

MUNRO'S
LANDSCAPING
Is seeking exp'd lawn
care & landscaping
personnel. Exc. pay
avail. Must have good
driver's license.
(352) 621-1944
OFFICE
Full-time or Part-time.
Typing and basic
computer skills required.
Flexible schedule.
(352) 380-3202

P NEHONWORK

Will be doing market
research.
Guaranteed hourly
plus bonus.
Experience
preferred but will I
train right person.
Computer literate
preferred.
Call Now
1-866-956-2753
Ask for Thea

POOL CLEANING
& CONSTRUCTION
Will train. Benefits ,
Call for appt.
(352) 637-1904

PRODUCTION
WORKERS

Dietrich Metal
Framing, located In
Wildwood, Florida, Is
currently looking for
full-time permanent
Production
Workers, Candidates
must have the ability
to read, lift up to 50
lbs., and possess
basic math skills and
MUST KNOW HOW TO,
READ A TAPE
MEASURE
ACCURATELY.
We offer vacation
days, holidays, health
Insurance, 401(k)
Plan, bonuses and
morel Apply In person
Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m. 4:00
p.m., between
03/21/05 through
04/01/05 at
Dietrich Metal
Framing,
721 Industrial Drive,
Wlldwood, FL
EOE/AAP

PRODUCTION
WORKERS

Some heavy lifting
Involved. No
experience needed.
Pick up Application at
GulfCoast
Metal Products
In Rooks Industrial
Park, Homosassa,
between 8am-1 lam
Mon, thru Frl.

REAL ESTATE
CLASSES
Now Enrolling 5/3/05
Sales Uc. Class $249.
RON NEITZ-BS,MBA
BROKER/INSTRUCTOR
CITRUS REAL ESTATE
SCHOOL, INC.
(352)795-0060.


ROOFERS/
SHINGLERS
Exp Only. Paid
Vacations, Benefits.
352.347-8530

SERVICE REP
D Ilh J I- I.I | ,- r'. :r. ,
ir I.I ,lnr l I It,rni,
Repilrrlory Co, is
6oklng a eforvlee
ft- fe tif Inverness

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M2:1641M


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Subcontractors
Needed
For a restoration
company
Painters. Framing,
Drywallers & Punchout
Apply at
36 West Gulf to Lake
Hwy. Lecanto
or fax resume to
746-4128
TOWER HAND
Bldg Communication
Towers, Travel, Good
Pay & Benefits. OT,
DFWP. Valid
Driver's ULcense. Steady
Work. Will Train
352-694-1416 Mon-Fri







TRUSS BUILDERS
O/T; Full Benefits. Call
Bruce Component'
Systems, Inc.
352-302-1627

BLACK DIAMOND
RANCH
Has immediate
openings for
Spray Technician.
Uniform provided.
Benefit package;
Drug Free Workplace.
Dependable and
responsible
candidates apply
by calling
352-746-0404


BLACK DIAMOND
RANCH
Has openings for
Golf Course
Maintenance Staff.
Uniform provided.
Benefit package;
Drug Free Workplace.
Dependable and
responsible
candidates apply
by calling
352-746-0404
*WAITSTAFF
*DISHWASHER
Apply Southern Woods
Golf Course. Ask for
Food & Beverage Mgr.
(352) 382-1200
WE BUY HOUSES



WE BUY HOUSES
CaSh........Fast I
352-637-2973
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CaSh.......Fast I
352-637-2973
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WILL TRAIN
Willing to work long
hours, for position In well
drilling operation &
Spump repair.. Must
have clean driving
record. Apply
Citrus Well Drilling
2820 E Norvell Bryant
Hwy. Hemando


BAKERY HELP
EARLY MORNINGS
Apply Monday Friday
after 10am at
211 N, Pine Ave., Inv.,
Care Giver
Needed to work flex.
hrs. feeding & cleaning.
Farm work. Mini-Farms
area, off 495.
(352) 564-0764
CHURCH
CUSTODIAN
Experience Preferred
15-20 wk. evenings
746-1500/489-1688
CLERICAL HELP

Person familiar with
computers to work P-T.
Contact Robert Long
at Liberty Bible College,
Inglls, FL (352) 447-6214
HONEST &
PLEASANT?
Earn $1000 training for
Seniors Federal
Financial Program
Mr. Toner, 212-0842
P/T ACTIVITIES
PERSON
Quiet Oaks ALF
In SW Ocala..
(352) 861-2088

Part time
Community
Center Attendant
P/Tr position working
30 hours weekly on a
flexible schedule
performing manual
labor tasks such as
vacuuming, mopping
and buffing floors,
dusting furniture,
cleaning restroom,
windows and
emptying trash cans.
Checks outside
lighting and Irrigation
system to Insure
proper operation and
makes minor repairs
as needed. Weeds,
trims and fertilizes
scrubs and
flowerbeds as well as
minor trimming of
trees. Removes
debris and operates
blower to keep
outside entrance,
driveways, sidewalks
and parking areas
clean. Sets up and
breaks down chairs
and tables for special
events. H.S Diploma.
GED or an equivalent
combination of
experience and
training. Some
experience In
performing manual
labor. Ability to use
standard grounds
maintenance
equipment and hand
tools, Must have
current valid Florida
Driver License.

$6.89 hourly to start.
Apply at the
Clitrus County Human
Reloureos Office,
3600 W., overeign
Path, suifte 28,
Weoontl Flofida
no Il@t tth n !lidi y
Avfl 1 OaWk
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SPA- Therapy Jets
110 Vault Energy
Efficient. New
Man. Warr. $1,195.
(352) 597-3519
SPA, 5 PERSON,
Never used. Warranty.
Retail $4300. Sacrifice
$1425. (352) 346-1711


HANDYMAN

Property Maint./Yard
Work 2-3 days/wk. In
Ozello (352) 795-7958
P/T COOK
For Eve or Weekends.
Exp, or Will Train.
Great opportunity for
Colonary art student,
ALF In SW Ocala.
(352) 861-2088

P/T PROGRAM
ASSISTANTS
Needed for After
School & Summer
Programs in Crystal
River, Homosassa
& Inverness,
After School
From 2:00PM 7:00PM
Summer Schedule
From 7:30am-6:00pm
Monday-Friday
Applicants Should
Apply in Person by
Appointment.
Call Homosassa
795-8624, between
1lam 7pmr
P/T TRUCK DRIVER
DELIVERIES /
WAREHOUSE
Need Class D License or
better, Apply at Tile
Contractors Supply
between 3pm
& 4:30 pm
4301 W Hwy 44,
Lecanto.
PART TIME HELP
needed to clean exotic
animal cages. (Sugar
Gilder). Please leave
message,352-628-3537




ADVERTISING
NOTICE:
This newspaper
does
not knowingly
accept
ads that are not
bonafide
employment
offerings. Please
use
caution when
responding to
employment ads.

REAL ESTATE
CLASSES
Now Enrolling 5/3/05
Sales Lic. Class $249.
RON NEITZ
BROKER/INSTRUCTOR
CITRUS REAL ESTATE
SCHOOL, INC.
(352)795-0060.




ESTABLISHED LAWN
CARE SERVICE. $40K +
year income. $15,000
obo. (352) 795-8705
FRANCHISE/
MASTER FRANCHISE
Unique ralpdly- rowing
pizza concept. 24 yr.
'' istopry: r i r.i -
.marketing, operations
support. See why -
we've sold over 225
Franchises in two years
1-888-344-2767 x210
VENDING MACHINES
3 soda, 3 snack, less
than 2 years old,
Established clients In
Crystal River. Asking
$12,500 w/inventory.
(352 795-3450


CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHROAt)


1-ION
CENTRAL HEAT & AIR
CONDITIONER,
Suitable for Mobile
Home. $350
(352) 564-0578
A/C & HEAT PUMP
SYSTEMS. New in box
5 & 10 year Factory
Warranties at
Wholesale Prices
-, 2 Ton $827.00
-' 3 Ton $927.00
4 Ton $1,034.00
Install kits available
or professional
Installation also avail,
Free Delivery
-ALSO POOL HEAT
PUMPS AVAILABLE
Llc.#CAC 057914
Call 746-4394
AMANA ELECTRIC
DRYER, used 8 months,
like new $200
(352) 527-4652
APPLIANCE CENTER
Used Refrigerators,
Stoves, Washers, Dryers.
NEW AND USED PARTS
Visa, M/C., A/E. Checks
6546 Hwy.44W, Crystal
River. 352-795-8882
CHEST FREEZER
Sears, 12 cuft, Good
condition, $95 or best
offer. (352) 795-0049
CHEST FREEZER
White Westinghouse,
9 cu.ft. Good
condition, $100 obo.
(352) 637-2023
CHEST FREEZER,
Kenmore, 15.5 cu. ft,,
4 sliding lift outbaskets,
white, $195.
(352) 795-1567
(352) 634-5175
DYNASTY WATER
COOLER,
works great, $40
(352) 860-1541
FREEZER SEARS 22.1
cu.ff. chest type,
manual defrost, $100
FOOD PROCESSOR
Mighty Chef II,
Gourmet, used once,
$50 (352) 637-4985
FRIGIDAIRE Refrigerator
Side by Side
24 cu.ft. Black. Looks
and runs great Digital
pictures available.$200
obo. (352) 613-5033
FRONT LOAD
WASHER & DRYER
Gas access or
propane tank. Black.
Works excellent. $1000
(352) 795-6659
KENMORE
WASHER & DRYER,
almond color, both
work great, $180.
(352) 341-3543
after 11am
KENMORE UPRIGHT
FREEZER, 3.75 cu.ft.
$65 or best offer
(352) 249-3263
MAGIC CHEF
.White digital Self clean-
ing range, works exc.
$250.
(352) 860-0444
REFRIGERATOR
Good for 2nd refrig.
works good. $50.
(352) 628-6718
REFRIGERATOR,
Frost Free, white,
3yrs old, $250.
(352) 628-3829
SEARS RADIANT
RANGE, $300.
MAGIC CHEF
gas stove, $100
(352) 586-8457
TV, 32", General Electric
Exc .Cond, $180.
(352) 795-8904
(352) 257-1616
UPRIGHT
FREEZER
White. Good
condition $135.
(352) 746-2084
Washer, $50.
Dryer $50.
Lrg. Capacities.
Excellent Conditionl
After 4pm 352 212-9242
Will deliver


www.charllefudge.com
For Upcoming Auctions
1-800-542-3877
50'S RED MAPLE
drop leaf, gate leg,
table & 2 chairs, $400

ANTIQUES WANTED
Glassware, quilts, most
anything old, Furn. We
Also liquidate Estates.
Ask for Janet or Paula
352-344-8731/860-0888
WILL PAY CASH FOR
antiques, pottery, old
furniture, estates,
(352) 465-1544, Joe


FULL
receive
report
Micros


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WASHING
MACHINE
& GAS DRYER
Asking $75.
(352) 795-3450
WHIRLPOOL
DISHWASHER, almond,
$100 (352) 634-2091
or 613-3679
WHIRLPOOL DRYER
Electric, Extra Large,
heavy duty, $75. East
Cove area, Inverness
(352) 637-6835




Xerox Copier
XL2130f, Exc. cond.
Enlarge/reduce, 13cpm
$250 ($850 new)
382-4500 or 697-1783




PACK RATS IS OPEN
Tues-Sat 10a-4p
MAINLY ANTIQUES last
day March 19


DIESTLER COMPUTF%_
Internet service, Ne&
Used systems, parts&p-
upgrades. Visa/ M
637-5469
hltp://www.rdee.A1R
IBM PS -1 Processqr.;
monitor, keyboard41
mouse, works, needs
printer, $90 EPSON
scanner, still In box, -
Bev.Hills (352) 746-
Monitor, Keyboard,
mouse, pad & wrs.

(352) 382-5565iO
suppo dc


17HP YANMARI
1500 TRACTOR-
48" boxblade, 48" |
bushhog, 48" rototiller I
attachments. $3000. I
(352) 848-0119 !
JOHN DEERE
2155, 45hp, pwst,
good tires, new pa&
good late mod i.
tractor, $9.
(352) 490-7691 j:
YANMAR
YM 1900 tractor
w/4' bushhog.-, 9
$2500 or best offW '
(352) 795-0646) !




5-Piece PVC Paio
under roof, like ne,)l
possible delivery $325.
(352) 527-0143'
Table w/3 swivel l2S:
straight chairs, chae
lounge, foot stool, n4m
table. $500. Exc. cdhd i
Has not been outsc1
(352) 628-4051, r




2 Lrg. Leather Recllners,
Dark Green, $200 e .-
$350 for both. 1 odae.
fee/2 end tables ga
tops $100 795-441
5 PC 9' MEDIUM o&_
entertainment ce r,
glass front, ilghted,p5
of shelves, $125
White/burgundy coun
$125. (352) 746-2 0 i
5 PIECE i-PY
DINING SET ?u'
with leaf. Maple hq5y7
color. Only two yegrs
old. $275. edoT
(352) 527-8603',



I Twin Size Sets............$122
Full Size Sets $1..............$:1,79
I Queen Size Sets 91.........2 9
SKing Size Sets............ W
New- In Factory Carto r
1 Free Delivery { ; I
I PAYLESS FURNTUfc
| Hwy. 44-Crystal Rimroulj
SAcross from Tire Kingdotroi
.L95-9855
5-PC. KINGSIZEO'o0
dark wood bedrodo i
set $350, 5-pc. TWINWlSEK
medium solid wogoi,
$275 (352) 560-0338 il
5-Piece Dinette S4? 6
4 upholstered swiVePb
chairs, neutral coloita-
ble 36'x48" +4eaft$I~fla
(352) 344-2246i0D
5-PIECE SECTIONA'1L
neutral color, $600; -g-
Size Water Bed $200,
727-432-9226-)r


7" CERAMIC
TILE CUTTER
MK-470
with waterbed.
Like new. $150.
352-527-2948




50" TOSHIBA TV
Works good,
$250 OBO
(352) 382-3379
JVC 32" Stereo TV w/
remote, has PJI.P, Paid
$550 new, sell for $350/
obo. (352) 228-3180
RCA CONSOLE
COLOR TV
36", excellent condition,
$300 or best offer.
(352) 746-0853
SAMSUNG
mlni camcorder SCD
103 w/ bag, still have
box & all papers with it.
$200/ firm.
(352) 228-3180




NEW 6 ft. Thermo-pane
sliding glass pocket
door, $225 OBO; Dyco
exterior paint 2 5gal.
grey-taupe, $50.
(352) 527-2924
RAIN GUTTERS over 200
FT with accessories,
double pane window,
50x52, $125 takes all
or best offer.
(352) 860-0408




17" DELL COMPUTER
MONITOR.
Good cond. $35.
(352) 489-5139
Compact Computer
Desk, adjustable moni-
tor shelf, tower stand
Cherry wood. $125.
(352) 860-0444
Computer, Compar.
-JmrrF, or.-. D.'D ?. CD
buir-' L- lOP C-.',
$550 for all
(352) 628-3829


CLASSIFIED


Start Immediately.

FULL TIMEf




We are looking for someone 'I"'
with a great work ethic
looking for a great opportunity-
with a fast growing company. ""
Apply in person to Mark Robins";

LOVE SSAN/HON
352-628-9444
2021 suncoast Blvd (U.S. H- wy
in Hom os-s a -
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WE ARE CURRENTLY ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS:


TIME Must have accounting experience specifically with accounts
ables, accounts payables, billing and payroll. Familiarity with month end
s and reconciliation. Exceptionally detailed and organized. Must have
soft Word and Excel working knowledge. Fax resume and cover letter to
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5-PICE BEDROOM SET,
'8W0 OBO Contact
sl'sana (352) 628-9853
8-PC. BEDROOM SET,
krpgslze, plllowtop
mfettess, 2 night stands,
manrs dresser, woman's
dresser w/mirror, white
- '*ash color, $850
'(352) 746-5195
ADJUSTABLE BED
I-.a long twin with
wireless control, $250.
052) 628-0996

'MR CITRUS COUNTY












-ALAN NUSSO
BROKER
Associate
Real Estate Sales
Exit Realty Leaders
(352) 422-6956

Top Mattress set
I < w/ 20 yr Warr.
"hi $300.
*P' xen: $350
*Kg: $495.
.' (a52) 597-3140.
Can Deliver
Bed Nasa Visco
Queen memory Foam
Mattress Set. 20yr Non
Prorated War. Retail
$1,599. New $695.
nV2) 597-3112
Very Available
0 :Q New Pillow Top
-Mattress Sets.
a~i Warranty.
*Ful: $115
*Q(een: $155
*KIn: $195
1(352) 597-3519
--ielivery Available
BEDS BEDS BEDS'
Be ~tiful fact closeouts.
Nat.'Advertised Brands
n,% off local Sale
P*d'es.Twln $78 Double
$98-Queen $139 King
$199. (352)795-6006
'COMPANION CHAIR
fdt0 disabled, $95.
Table, 65"x44" & 6 chairs
___.captaln's) $85.
gW 352) 637-0304
Ir$ch, blue floral
4--4xc, cond. very
S-tmfortable, $75;
tkffee tble & end tble.
esfdne & glass, $50.
I 9'(352) 422-2695
I COUCH, BROYHILL
$s new cond., Pd.
$400 Sell $225 abo
QUEN BED SealyPos-
iturepedic, nice, $110
pb30(352) 489-7552 or
S352-362-7941
L COUCH, PASTEL
6Flors, bamboo, white-
vem., excellent, $250
,T, 352) 726-2269
DARK BROWN
all iood dressers, one
6r4bwers, $75, one 4
drqwers, $50. Excellent
-P, (352) 628-9242
DARKCWOOD GLASS TOP
COFFEE TABLE 21 x51 ",
E--cel.cond., $40
r,-352) 746-0406
.%DECORATIVE
oak coffee table
w/matching
v end tables,
Sf $350 obo
S(352) 795-3555.
flIl(all wood w/ chair,
1 $50
ha-Z-Boy swivel Rocker,
$25.
(52)637-5103
DINETTE SET
4 k formica table,
4 lr. round, 60" Oval
rWLaf, 4 chairs, $100.
S352) 746-1906
bINETTE SET, 42" round
table w/4 chairs and
matching china
i cDriner etc cond
qS325 (352) 860-2205
DINETTE SET iDl.e u

_RCi(352)726-3547
Inlg Rm. Set. aiir.
lienaIsiSan, E'.3ui.
aiely car,.e be- I
o7fe1 (908) 322-6529
DI OOMSET
O ie( square) & 4
wooa (r'-, ) i
leaf, country style, $500
2)637-6123
ER WITH MIRROR
or make offer.
cabinet, $50
r best offer,
52) 795-2065
L End Table with
1 $100. Matching
r wall unit $200.
sel condition.
Sods 382-1467
rCd table w/doors
4i6"x26" wooden
$25 each.

O RAINMENT center
8 x72 "H. Includes 35"
'itape deck, CD
le6r, VCR & receiver
150obo. FUTON white
8 (352)628-3995
fItIIVING ROOM SET
SI new, off white
Iocdde sectional. Plus
3 black lacquer &
lilrrored tables. One
lamp, $750. (352)
46-6766 or 422-5983


GLASSFRONT
CHINA CABINET,
$125
(352) 344-0908
HIDE-A-BED sofa and
loveseat, earthtone
color, good cond,
$125. Fullsize desk &
filing cabinet, $75.
(352) 795-4971
KINGSIZE BED FRAME,
$20
(352) 746-7044
SOFA, $300. New con-
dition. Coffee Table
56"x26", marble or glass
top Insert, $100
SM Woods 382-1467
LIKE NEW oak table &
chairs, $50. Sofabed,
like new, $75. More
items, sold house, make
offer. 352-564-1593
Loveseat Drexel, like
new. Card Table + 4
chrs.; Glass Top 48"
breakfast table w/4
chrs.; 2 Bar Stools;
Daybed w/bolster &
pillows; 15/2 Ft. Hot Point
Refrlg.-Freezer



Ethan Allen (Velvet, girl
w/plano) 31'x38", $125
(352) 344-0949
MEDIUM OAK dining
room table, 2 hi-back
captains chairs, 4
hi-back chairs, china
hutch & serving table,
$1500. (352) 746-2084
MOVING SALE!
2 matching sofas
w/pillows & bolsters, of-
fice desk wright return
for typewriter or com-
puter, Teak dining table
w/set-ln tiles w/4 oak
chairs, wine/liquor cab.,
piano bench.
795-2422
MUST SEEI
Excellent condition.
Blue velour La-Z-Boy
rocker recllner, $95
(352) 382-2517
OAK BATH VANITY
36x18 with 1 pc.
cultured marble oval
bowltop, $300. 32x80
Lauan door and frame,
LH, $25 (352) 726-1061
PECAN 2-plece china
cabinet w/matching
server, good cond.
$350 obo.
(352) 795-3555
QUEEN SLEEPER SOFA &
MATCHING LOVESEAT
Pet/smoke free home.
Custom made, exc.
cond. & quality. Navy
fabric, $600.
(352) 746-1272
QUEEN SOFA BED
good condition
$250
QUEENSIZE wicker wood
futon, $75. Computer
table/desk, different
from most, unique,
offers. (352) 795-2065
RETURNING TO UK
2 elec. recllners/llft
chairs, blue, $250 ea, or
$450 pr. Sofa floral, $200
62" dresser/mirror,
queen headboard, 2
night stands, $250.
Whirlpool 21 cu.f.
refrigerator $200. Two
26" Mountain Roadsters
SX, $45 ea. Books,
lamps, much more.
(352) 527-0876
SMALL KITCHEN TABLE,
2 chairs, &
microwave stand,
$75
(352) 560-0338
SUGARMILL WOODS
Like new Leader's
Furniture Palm Springs
Ball collection. Pecan
glaze rattan, Two Ig 90"
sofas + ottoman, $800.
(352) 382-4786
TABLE WITH 18" LEAF, 4
padded chairs that tilt
& swivel, on casters.
Exc7 Cond. $150
(352) 860-0332
TABLE, 60' long x36"
wide, almond & gold
trim with 4 padded
chairs, $150. Wooden
frame padded sofa,
$75. Both Excellent
(352) 628-9242
Trundle Bed
mattress w/ frame, $50.
Crib, white
w/ mattress, $50.
(352) 382-4991
Twin Bed Set, $90
Kitchen Table & Chairs,
$10,
(352) 637-5103
UNIQUE HEADBOARD for
king/California king
bed, looks like smooth
logs, good cond. $175
(352) 637-6671
WALNUT computer desk
w/matching
credenza, $150.
Matching 3 shelf
bookcase, $25.




5 FT. KING CUTTER
Finish MOwer. Fits a
3 point Hitch
Excel. cond, $600 neg.
(352) 476-8631
2001 TORO Z MASTER
commercial mower, 62"
deck, 25HP Kohler, very
well kept, 824 hrs.
$4,800 (352) 637-5595
cell 634-4237
COMMERCIAL MOWERS
2 Grasshoppers, 61" cut,
$1,950 & $4,700 obo
(352) 726-1489
(352) 212-3690


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FREE REMOVAL OF
mowers, tractors, cars.
ATV's, (352) 628-2084
LAWN TRACTOR
20HP, 42" cut with grass
catcher, original cost
$1,850. Sell for $1,000
(352) 527-4279
LAWNMOWER
22" Sears, self-propelled
$40; 42" Sears mower
deck, $20
(352) 563-2896
MANTIS CULTIVATOR
paid $496, only used 1
hr. Sell for $250
(352) 726-7549
MURRAY 22" high
wheel trimmer 6HP,
good condition.
Purchased new for
$270, will sell for $125
(352) 860-1541
ROTOTILLER
Toro, $400.
(352) 637-5103
SNAPPER 8 HP B&S
Mower, runs fair, needs
work. $150 B00
(352) 344-9579



HOMOSASSA
Inventory Reducfftion
Stogewlde Sale
15%, 20%, 25%
Through April 15th
Paul's Furniture
Tues-Frl 9-5, Sat. 9-1
628-2306
SThe ads runnngini
SGarage I Yard Sale I
category are sorted |
by City or Town to
I assist the reader in I
your quest for the i
Perfect Sale _


Consignment Store
Clothing. Clothing
starting at $1.00
Homosassa
(352) 628-9577
WEDDING DRESS, new
size 8, cap sleeves,
beaded, with train,
$150 (352) 341-1215



BURN BARRELS *
$8 Each
860-2545
2 New Pro-Hung White
alum. entry glass doors
3'0" x 6'x6" w/complete
hardware. Still in
crates. $250 each
OBO (352) 628-2016
3 WHEEL BICYCLE
Great condition, $125
or best offer. Beach
Cruiser, new condition.
$40 or best offer. (352)
422-7910 or 795-9090

2005
SPECIALS
6 lines 10 days
Items totalling
$1-$15so...........$5.50
$151-$400......$10.50
$401-$800.......$15.50
$801-$1,500....$20.50
CALL CHRONICLE
CUSTOMER
SERVICE
726-1441 OR
563-5966
Two general
merchandise Items
per ad,
private party only.
(Non-Refundable)
Some Restrictions
May Apply

2500 WATT ONAN Gen-
erator, $300. 3600 Ib
pressure washer
w/18HP motor, $450.
(352) 628-9309
14FT BOAT TRAILER
$150
OAK ROLLTOP
computer desk, $125
(352) 344-0908
6X8 UTILITY TRAILER,
dumps, $250
TOPPER, Fiberglass,
63-1/2x99 $200
(352) 344-2180
7FTAGUSTAFRUITWOOD
Billiard table, 3 pc.
slate, with 4FT lamp,
claw feet, absolutely
beautiful, with balls &
sticks, like new,
1st $1,100 takes It.
(352) 726-9906
ABOVE GROUND POOL
Approx. 2 yrs old, 18' In
Diameter.$3,000 new.
Asking $600.
(352) 343-5636 day
(352) 253-2580 eve
ANTIQUE FENTON Gone
w/the Wind Lamp, $90;
Big Mammy Doll, $30.
(734) 502-0503
Homosassa Springs
ARE YOU MOVING?
2004 5x8 enclosed car-
go trailer, 35001b axle
Floor & wall tie-downs
$1,650. (352) 341-0442
BLACK BAMBOO PLANT,
potted; needs TLC,
$35/best offer.
Twin bed set w/frame-
like new, $50 abo.
(352) 344-1982
BRAND NEW 40'x20'
pool, all accessories, still
In boxes,$2000. Tanning
bed, $300. 795-3473
BROTHER SX-4000
Electric typewriter, like
new, $75; 5x7 Area Rug,
$30, (352) 382-5081


CAGES. 2 each, 3UMH,
24W, 48L. Self-standing,
good for many animals
or birds. Easy clean bot-
tom, $30 ea. Both $50.
(352) 628-0316 Iv msg.
CAR TOP CARRIER $45,
PATIO SHADE for RV
(extender for awning)
Paid $90- like new, sell
$75. (352) 746-5496
CARPET FACTORY Direct
Restrecth Clean *
Repair Vinyl Tile*
Wood (352) 341-0909
(352) 637-2411
CARPET, LIGHT
BLUE/GRAY 10x17, like
new, $85 obo. OAK
ROCKING CHAIR with
cushions, $30 obo
(352) 637-5512
COLEMAN CANOE
17FT, exc. cond, $195
30 GAL. GAS WATER
HEATER, like new,
National Gas, $50
(352) 586-8457


CILASSIFIEIDS _


- -
COMPUTER DESK Complete Bath Fixtures
w/hutch maple color, Shower Stall, molded
high quality 48"x57"x20" lavatory & Commode,
Excel, cond:;, $55 $40, (352) 447-1912
637-3688 GOT STUFF?
You Call We Haul
+KEYWEST SHRIMP CONSIDER IT DONE
AT UNLOADING NOW Moving,Cleanouts. &
EXTRA LG 16 ct $4.501b. Handyman Service
JUMBO 13 ct. $.Oa Llc. 9990000665
ETC. 352-795-4770 (362) 302-2902
EUROPEAN COLLECTION Greeting Cards
23 pc. collection of $12,000 Retail
wine, champagne & Sell For $600 0BO.
beer glasses, collected (352) 726-4623
In Europe, early '60's NEED RELIEF?
Each glass colorfully Would you like me to
painted with give you money for
producer's logo. $65 your equity and pay
(352) 726-6429 off your mortgage?
Also buying mobiles,
Flea Mkt. Possibility or houses & land
Craft Shows for contracts, Call
POTPOURRI DOLLS Fred Farnsworth
all supplies + drill press (352) 726-9369. Same
$1500/all address & phone
Call (352) 621-3453 number last 31 years


MAJOR SALE AT
CITRUS
UNITED BASKET
103 MIll Ave. Inverness
(352) 344-2242

PATIO SET 7-Piece,
Table w/6 chairs, $600;
Frigidaire Refrig. Freezer
18.2 cu ft (white) new
$700, selling $350.
(352) 637-5677
PIN FISH TRAP.
3 Crab traps w/floats,
large bait holding
cage, All $50; Infinity
Speakers w/stands, $40.
(352) 628-2670
POOL TABLE, Good
condition, 1" slate,
rail return system,
w/overhead light,
sticks, balls, & racks.
$250 0BO 465-3931


JEWELER'S TORCH.
with carrier, bottles,
hoses & tip, $100
(352) 341-4949
PORCELAIN DOLL
collection $275, or will
sell Individually.
BEIGE FABRIC living
room chair $45
(352) 637-2972
PORTABLE electric
bingo machine. Com-
plete w/table on cast-
ers, just rebuilt, $200
firm. (352) 628-0316
leave message.
Radio Controlled RC
Plane, Trainer,
Magnum .40 motor,
Futaba radios w/ extra
high tech radio, tones
of extra, $300 OBO.
Needs Batteries & gas
(352) 527-3565
RAINBOW RIVER CLUB
Silver Membership
$1,000. (352) 382-3663


RAINSOFT
Water Softener System.
$3,000. Uke New,
(352)465-3965
(352)266-9689
Sears
Car Top Carder,
$45.
(352) 795-0331
SHED FOR SALE
12X24 aluminum
probullt shed only 7
months old. Paid $4200
sell for $3250
352-266-8860
SMOKER/BBQ.
Professional type, must
see to appreciate,
$2,500 or best offer. Call
Joe, (352) 628-7191
TOILET COMPLETE
modern mechanism
almond, w/new seat,
CLEAN! like new, $40.
(352) 795-6736


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SALE PRICE


SOD. ALL TYPES
Installed and delivery
available.352-302-3363
TRUCK TOPPER
for 8' bed, $100
(352) 628-9309
VERTICAL BLINDS
Cream color,
10'3" W x 6'2" H.
$50.
(352) 628-1145
WE MOVE SHEDS
564-0000




LANIER 6425 Copier
Sorts, staples, collates &
stocks, Good cond.
Works well Original
manuals, $250
(352) 746-5308


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1998 GMC
STERRA 1/2 TON





SALE PRICE s8.988,

1999 DODGE
PURANGO SLT
4x4, Uiaml,.


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SALE PRICE '10,988


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2003 CHEVROLET
ASTRO VAN
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SALE PRICE s12.988

2001 FORD
EXPEDITION XLT


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SALE PRICE S15,988

2005 PONTIAC
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SALE PRICE '19,988


2002 CHEVROLET
SILVERADO 2-71

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SALE PRICE 322.988


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2004 FORD
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SALE PRICE 2


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SALE PRICE 12,988

2002 FORD ESCAPE






SALE PRICE 1..i1-r '- 14,988

2004 SUZUKI
XL-7


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SALE PRICE '17,988

2002 CHEVY
AVALANCHE




SALE PRICE '221988

2004 CHEVROLET
TAHOE





SALE PRICE '27,9813


2004 FORD 350
Diesel




SALE PRICE '35,986


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Plus DOealer Fee of '400,0 Pifmture for illuI nation only


2002 FORD
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SALE PRICE s8


2003 CHEVROLET
S-10 LS


2000 NISSAN
ALTEIMA ax e





SALE PRICE ,988

2004 PONTIAC
GRAND AM SEI





SALE PRICE 1'"' 11,988


2004 PONTIAC
GRAND PRIX GT
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SALE PRICE i13,988

2002 GMC
SIERRA SLE



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SALE PRICE s16,988


2004 GMC ENVOY


SALE PRICE s26,988

2004 CHEVROLET
2500 HD CREW CAB
Diesejel



SALE PRICE '31,988


2003 DODGE
CARAVAN SXT





SALE PRICE '12,988

2001 GMC SIERRA
2500 HD
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2005 CHEVROLET
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4-Wheel Disc ABS
6-Way Power Drivers Seat,
17 Painted Aluminum Wheels
Air Conditioning
AM/FM Stereo/Single-CD Player
Command SeatingTM
Keyless Entry Keypad
KEY OPTIONAL PACKAGES &
CONTENT
AWD $1,700
Safety and Security Package $795


SEBKING
Loaded, white w/gray leath6r.4
$ 13.99


SEL-$24,795 MSRPt .LIMITED-$26,795 MSRPt
W AU 111 *.1 oiek 10 ,b V l ,1113:11 1


8-Way Power Drivers Seat
AM/FM Stereo/CDX6
Dual-Zone Electronic Automatic
Temperature Control
Fog Lamps
Leather-Wrapped Shift Knob
and Steering Wheel
Steering-Wheel-Mounted Audio
Controls
Unique 17" Aluminum Wheels
Wood grain-Appearance Appliqu6
KEY OPTIONAL PACKAGES &
CONTENT
AWD $1,700
Leather-Trimmed Seating $895
Power Moonroof $895
Reverse Sensing System $250
Safety Package $595


'04 FORD TAURUS SES '00 CROWN VICTORIA '03 MUSTANG GT '00 PONTIAC MONTANA SUPE
169A Full Power.#GPR917 Full Power, #G5T064B Auto, 1 Owner, 3,000 miles. #G5C071A Full Power, Quad Capt. Chairs. #GPO830A Full power
.13.995 $9,995 1 8.995 ,11,995 *14,


4-Way Power Front-Passenger Seat
18" Bright Aluminum Wheels
Analog Clock
Audiophile AM/FM Stereo/CDX6
Bright Painted Grille with Chromed
Surround
Driver's Seat and Mirrors with Memory
Leather-Trimmed Heated Front Seats
Rear-Seat Armrest with Storage
KEY OPTIONAL PACKAGES &
CONTENT
Adjustable Pedals with Memory $175
AWD $1,700
HomeLink Universal Transceiver
$115
Power Moonroof $895
Reverse Sensing System $250
Safely Package $595


'04 FORD FREESTAR SES
Full Power, 1 owner. #GPR927
*1 8.995


'00 LINCOLN LS
Loaded, Leather, V8, Moon Roof. #G5T238A
p15,995


'93 E-150 CONVERSION '05 FOCUS Zx4
VAN Loaded .#5T68A Auto, A/C, 13,000 miles. #GP0863
$7,995 11,995 .


'98 JEEP CHEROKEE
LAREDO #G5T057A
$6.995


'02 FORD WINDSTAR SEL '04 FOCUS SE
Leather, Loaded, Loaded, Loaded, 1 owner.#G5T261A Full Power. #GP0861
$15.995 p1 2.995


'03 FOCUS ZTW
Full Power, 11,000 miles. #GP0860
$14,995


'01 F.150 XLT SUPER CREW '99 TOYOTA SOLARA GRAND A PONTIACE '04 FORD SPORTRAC '00 F.150-XLT
Full Power. #G4C033A Leather, moonroof, 1-owner,#G4T443A 6 Cyl., Full power, 27,000 Miles. #G4T370E 16,000 MI, Loaded. #GPR924 Super cab, #G5TO20A
$16,995 $7,995 13 995 $23,995 $13 995


'99 TOYOTA CAMRY CE '04 CROWN VICTORIA LX
Auto, A/C. #G5T229B Loaded, Leather. #GPR916
$7,995 $16,995
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'02 F-150 XLT '05 NISSAN ALTIMA 2.5S '05 MERCURY SABLE GS '95 FORD WINDSTAR LX
teg. Cab, V8, Full Power, 1 owner. #G5T134 2,000 Miles, Loaded #00O0193 Full Power. #GP0872 3 Loaded, Full Power. 5C014B I
-$17.-1995 9 1Rc- $13.995 14.95


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I owner, loaded. #G5T256A 49,000 Miles, Full Power. #G5C081
,995 $9.995


'02 EXPLORER XLT
Full Power, 1 Owner, Leather, 3rd Seat, #GSC05A
*1 7,995


'01 FORD WINDSTAR LIMITED '05 ESCAPEXLT '99 RANGER XLT '03 BUICK RENDEZVOUS CX
10Owner, Loaded! Loadedl Loadedl#G4T363A Mwtieeltive,15,000mi leather,full owerIPR922 Super Cab, Full Power. #GPO882 10wner, Full Power, 31,000 mi.#G5C078A Reg.
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J otorized chair SET OF LEFT HANDED
ve ood condition GOLF CLUBS
$800 with bag, $40
2)637-7252 Cal Sugar Mill Woods
S WERCHAR (352) 382-2299
e newE $800 Set of Women's VSP
2) 746-4087 irons & Taylormade
metal woods w/bag,
ILITY CART $50; Men's Putters, 6
Prl oGo 4 wheels putters, $10 each.
UL ew $750 OBO (352) 382-5081
-489-5238



2004 Carry-On Trailer
B Gy Grand Piano Corp. 18', 10,0001bs GVW
Ivo eys, some work Rear load. ramps, tan-
Qeded, $800, dem axle, 4wh elec
Ba rin Organ, $200 brakes- used twice,
52)527-1707 $2500 obo. 637-2023
B WIN ORGAN Heavy Duty Landscape
$200 Trailer, 8'x6' steel
Ial Teresa at framing w/ 4' ramp.
2) 527-1452 15' wheels, $725.
PASystem with (352) 860-0444
star c, nice condition
5, SoundTech
4- nnelPwr. Amp,
NI onditlon, $450. B IW tmUs'
2) 382-0098 PLAYPEN, JUMPER,
E Ironic Organ, travel system car seat
nd AT90, Orl., with 'base- latch system
N 00e. Uke new, & changing table, $150
Nevsed.$8,0000BO. (352) 726-9332
2)637-5226 p -
HA MOND CHURCH >C3W ante
.o n, H100, large 1
cor e w/bench & full
p al board. Exc. ANTIQUES WANTED
c Can deliver. Glassware, quilts, most
$2 (352) 795-2857 anything old, Furn. We
LESS NS: Piano, Guitar, Also liquidate Estates.
etc. Qystal River Music. Ask for Janet or Paula
252% Turkey Oak Dr. 352-344-8731/860-0888
!52) 563-2234 Buying Old Fishing
ORGAN Tackle, Clocks, Military,
WeV Floridian, white Garage & household
spin w/bench, $3500 items. Most anything
o (352) 746-6898 old/vIntage. (352)
PIANO257-3235 or 795-4490
PIANO LOOKING FOR
447-5955 AUSTRALIAN SADDLE
Reasonably priced


QlONSIZE MATTRESS
an box springs, lke
new 765. Self-propelled
vact m, 3 months old,
$5 352) 527-3190

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S3150firm
(3?) 344-2180
ApMS TIGHT UES
Hyl #3 iron-wood,
#4 Ir wood. Lii ne..
C. 6'e ea.:r,
0 1 ior pair
.12) 746-5966

B 1O INGNOW
EX G ct$4.501b.
JU 1ct. ib

W LF CART j
GO 2001
good cond.
S2400.0BO
S2) 795-6364
GO LUBS, 3 to PW,
S er (graphite
sh ,clone of Big
a), driver.
ke new, $100. "
2) 563r2527
Go MLn's right
han allaway Clone
Irorl -Pw, w/coversg
plus dwedge &1'utt-
er, old. gd. cond.
$1 (352) 860-0984
N & KNIFE
SHOW
rooksville
SC Club
A 2,9am 5pm
3, 9am -4pm
Her do County Fair
rounds..;
anIsslon $6,00
$2) 799-3605
GUNS
HI Point
Automatic
;200 each
S2) 746-6429
i GUNS-
S& 2 with scope.
,Qobra 38
,200 each
Q 2) 746-6429
SOL TABLE
8 ft tfesslohal Series,
D3 Legs, leather
Psts, 1" 3 plece
sla LiUfe Time warr.
Exc orles Kit & Balls.
fiew in crate,
tall $4,000.
ftt Sell $1,645
|2) 398-7202
D ) Set Up Avail.
Po i.r Stepper, $35;
3 G;l Pull Carts, $15
each.
,2) 382-5081


NOTICE
Pets for Sale
In the State of Florida
per stature 828.29 all
dogs or cats offered.
for sale are required
to be at least 8 weeks
of age with a health-
cerlificate per
Florida Statute.
ADULT COCKATIELS
$25. Baby cockatlels
$35 (352) 726-7971
AKC MINIATURE
SCHNAUZER PUPS
$400
(352) 476-4153
BABY BUNNY RABBITS
.10 ea:r.. CoTr leie
Ckg'k a.Glltle. f.,1rl0 ,
C. : r.. io r : t o *: r- ,,:
rr.:.m (352) 795-6693
CHINCHILLAS
Male > fcrnA
cge c .5 ,r t. aii
352-400-1853 .:.r 18 -J
DOBERMAN (Wailock)
r.l. e niria.: : '"..l
G r. .l ir I. ,
(352) 489-3058 Iv msg.
Humanitarians
of Flonda
Low Cost Spay &
Neuler by Appt.
C.a r.Jeulrera Si I
Ca. esi i 2i

scared start .t r i0
(352} .-370
Jack Russell Puppies,
Fem.i" 8 .. i' c'
,r., r, ei:r c-.er rl -".'5
- (352Y628-9087






MINI DACHSHUND.
oad. Dopple r.r Curr$00

PURE BREED Minfin
Pincher,'7 m.a. :old,
.,Male, $400 OBO
(352) 341-1495
ZEBRA FINCHES
.1 pr/$20, w/cager. $40;oo
Very nice, healthy birds,
Call (352) 489-7475



55 GALLON FISH TANK
on metal rack. Heater.
vacuum, shells, shell
on r ks5N1i.:.i ? c r lest
o.e.. r (352) 341-1495










12 Yr. QH Gelding,
black, 16H, great on
trails, gentle, $1,700;
Saddle $300 382-1344
SADDLE,
black Corduralthy bird17seat

'(352) 527-1361 v meg.
Two 9 Mos. Old Paints
w/papers, 1 Stud colt,
(352) 489563-2561
on metal rack. Heater,





















Alpacask 15H great enable
trials, gtmentle, $900 up.
Come and see for your-
Saddle $300f. 352-628-0156
BORE GOAT BABIES, 3
black Cordura. old, 12 to choose
from, (352) 465-2190




6HP EVINRUDE O/B,
2 stroke, completely
serviced on 3/10/0156

(352) 726-2836
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25HP JOHNSON O/B,
elect, start w/contols.
Runs good,
Short shaft, $450
(352) 249-0860
LARGE
BOAT
TRAILER
$175. (352) 212-0930



SEADOO
2004, Bombardier,
GTX -4 Tech, red, like
new, w/ trailer, $8,500
OBO. (352) 344-5796
SEADOO GSX
'98 LTD, 133hrs. Exc.
cond. Adult main-
talned, w/trr, $3300
(352) 527-4191
SEApOOGTX
'99 LTD. 950cc/ 130HP,
10hrs. trir. cvr. tenders,
chrgr, 2 vests, 3 seater
$4900. (352) 795-1636
SEADOO GTX RFI
1999, 3 pass, 2 cyl/
stroke, 782cc, $3800
(352) 563-2510 or
(352)257-1034






































THREE RIVERS
MARINE




We need Clean
used Boats
NO FEES HIon
AREAS LARGEST
SELECTION
OF CLEAN PRE
OWNED BOATS
U. S. Highway 19
Crystal River
563-5510







SHOWER


Good Thr |
$270 (315




AIRBOAT o
2002, 15' RIvermaster,

$9,500 OBO or Trade for
Flats boat352- 563-2230
ALUMACRAFT

90HP Merc., Jack plate,.
fish finder, 24 V trolling
motor Magic tilt trailer
$12,000 obo (352)
568-7678 727-871-4000
BASS TRACKER
'89 Pro 17.40HP
Evlnrude, trolling motors
depth finders, trailer,
spare tire, excellent.
$2750. (352) 344-2471
BOAT SLIPS. Canal off
Klngs Bay. Covered
and Uncovered.
(352) 228-7328



bot n trade, $5750.
(352)341-1569
CAROLINA SKFF
2001, 19'. Seml V, 70HP
Yamaha, Trolling motor,
trlr. Polling platform, like

CASH$CASH$CASH$
We Buy BootS
Motors & Trallersl
(352)795-9995
(352) 400-0114
CASH$CASH$CASH
CLIPPERS
12', Fiberglass, Galv.
trailer, motor needs
new Impellers. AlCond.
$875: (352) 344-1625
CRESTLINE
1962, 16FT, clean,
center console, 70HP
Johnson, $2,000
(352) 726-0618 after 5p
CUSTOM
GHEENOE
15 HP Yamaha, poling
platform, console steer-
Ing $5500. 353-228-3282


DORY DEL QUAY
17', CC, 115 Mariner,
late model power
head. flshflnder, Loran,
Hyd Jack plate, T&T, ex-
tras, Incl Trailer. Runs
very strong, $3500,
Harry, 352-302-0157
4KEYWEST SHRIMP
BOAT UNLOADING NOW
EXTRALG 16 ct$4.50b
JUMBO 13 ct. |,
ETC. 352-795-4770
FG TRI-HULL
1984, 14ft, good shape,
2002 NIssan 9,8HP, 25.
hrs, with trailer, In water
$1,800 (352) 726-0801


FIBERGLASS BOAT
14' w/72HP Johnson
motor, no trlaler, $550.
Camping porta-poffl,
$30. Or best offers.
(352) 795-3555
FISHTECH OFFSHORE
21' Deep- V, CC, 150HP
Evinrude, Llvewell, Tack-
le locker, marine radio,
many extras. Extra nice
$10,500. (352) 465-0054
FLATS BOAT
21', Release,
225 yamaha, Jack lift,
trolling motor, new
batteries, low hrs.
$16,000. (352) 564-8781
GTO AIRBOAT
2001, 15 ft., Alum. hull,
203 brand new 350 GM
H.O. eng. 330 hp, stain-
less rlggln, reduction
gear, 3 blade carbon
prop, brush guard,
seats 4, tandem trir., 50
hrs, excel cond, $18,900
Inverness 352-341-0509
JON BOAT
14' 1436 Dura Nautic
w/new Motor Guide
431b thrust trolling motor
Oars, life preservers.
$895obo.(352) 637-2023
JON BOAT
18' w/48HP Johnson
w/Jet Foot drive
w/locater, $2300.
(352) 628-3361
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HURRICANE
DECK BOATS
13 Models
17' to 26'







BEST SERVICE
AND
SELECTION
16'to 26'








Crystal River
Marine,
(352) 795-2597
Open 7 Days
LOGAN
1981 15', 1999 Galva-
nized trailer, 35hp
evinrude, electric
trolling motor, many
extras. Floral City
Singing Forest Park.
$1,750 (352) 344-9374
MAKO
19', CC, 1996. Merc 150
S/S prop. BImlnl, alum
tandem trailer, trim tabs
Dual batts, V.G. cond.
$11,200. (352) 637-5130
MAXUM
1990, 21FT, V-8 Mercury
I/0, new seats, trailer,
$3,99& obo Call Ken
(352) 628-4091
NECKY LOOSHA IV
17' Kayak, yellow,
rudder, used I hour.
$900 (CF. $1500)
(352) 746-3768
NEW BOAT TRAILERS
Galvanized & Alum.
Factory Close-out
mo.3jes Going tasi
Belc'I, WhOicdale
*Monroe Sales
(352) 527-3555
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
PRO SPORT
1994,17', cc 115
suzuki, bimlnl, VHF, FF
Galv. Tri., dual Batt.,
Uve well & bait well,
$4,800. (352) 746-0625
PROLINE
1987, 17FT, 115HP OMC
w/traller, full Instruments
CC, hyd. steering, etc.
(352) 746-2277 after 4p
PRO-LINE
1999 22'6' Sport. Center
console, 200HP Mercury
S/S prop, new power
head (20 hrs), GPS, fish-
finder, sonar, marine',
radio, live well, custom'
rod holders, a head,
alum trailer w/brakes.
BImlnl top. Fake fish box
$23,000. (352) 341-0545
PRO-LINE
24 Ft. Inboard, no motor
or trailer, $500 OBO.
(352) 628-3311
RENKEN BOWRIDER
19FT, 4 cyl., 170HP .
Mercrulser, ready to go.
$3,000 or best offer.
352-341-5548 400-1077
SEA NYMPH
14', galv. Magic Tilt
trailer, 1990 15HP
Evinrude, 1954 3HP
Evinrude. Eagle Fish-
finder, Elec. bilge
pump, battery, 2
anchors, sliding seats,
oars & boat cover.
$1800 obo. 344-2074

'95 175 B/W'w/1 30 Merc
I/O. 50 hrs. Garaged,
BImlnl, cover, trailer,
$7500. (352) 249-9100
WELLCRAFT
1974,21 Ft. cuddy cab-
in, 350 OMC outdrive,
tilt, tandem roll-on trir.,
needs minor work, $650
(352) 302-6057




ARGOSY
Strong 454 engine. Runs
great. Very clean In &
out. Must see. $5500
(352) 628-1669
CAREFREE
SCREEN ROOM
15'x8' complete,
$200
(352) 628-3585
COACHMEN
'84, 26FT, good shape,
will consider truck'or
car In partial trade


$5,900 bbo 344-8995
GULF STREAM
2001 Cavalier, 27',
Excellent condition.
$19,900.
(352) 726-3555
HOLIDAY RAMBLER
Imperial, 1988, 36'
27K orig, ml. Exc, cond.
All options, Jack, back-
up camera, Icemaker,
tag axle, etc. Asking
$18,000. (352) 637-2983
PACE ARROW
1990, 34 ft, Loaded,
very clean, $16,500,
'99 Escort Tow Car,
$4500. (362) 746-7476


National Guard
Armory

Cy.st a [Rve


i rp or
No hog


SHASTA
2000, 23FT, Class C, 25K
ml., slide out, generator,
new tires, loaded, LDC
TV, VCR & DVD, rear
camera. Exc. cond.
$31,900 (352) 637-9073
SHASTA
2000, 31', Class C, Ford
V-10, Cheyenne Series
6K ml. Mint cond.
$43,000 (352) 527-0180
TIOGA
1989 MOntera, Class C,
V-8, 105K runs great
$8,500 firm
(352) 341-0759
TRADEWINDS
2000, 37', 300Cat, 6spd,
15,000ml, diesel
generator, 2 slides,
Investor, hydraulic
leveling jacks, W/D,
double door fridge w/
Icemaker, 2 TVs,
surround sound, Corian
counters, all leather,
$129,000 OBO.-trade
(352) 344-3467
VOGUE
1985 Cosmopolitan
84K Detroit diesel push-
er, fully loaded, 20K
obo. 352-422-6661
WINNEBAGO
'92, 34FT, 60K ml. New
roof, tires, brakes,
Everything works.
$17,000 (352) 746-6738
2 FLEXSTEEL WHITE ALL
leather captain's chairs
for RV, good cond. Fits
standard RV pedestal.
$500 for both. Or best
offer. (352) 795-3555




AVION
'94, 32ft. 5th wheel,
lv./din. rm. slide. Queen
Bdrm., laun. & genera-
tor ready. Many extra's
$17,500. (352) 422-1679
COLEMAN
1997 Taos pop-up. New
reverse cycle AC. Extras
$2,250. (352) 746-4525
COLEMAN
2000, Tacoma pop up
w/ bump out, Heat, air,
foidge, awning,
port-a- potty, $4,700.
(352) 726-3324
DUTCHMAN
1991, 26' fully self-con-
tained, good cond. A
must-see at Nature's .
Resort.,Lotl00. 628-5961
S ELKHORN
1999 Fleetwood truck
camper, 8ft,queen
bed, foldout couch,
alr,3 way el.jacks.
EX.CONDITION $7,800
obo 563-2004
FOUR WINDS 2003
35' Trav. Trir. 3 slides,
aeik 'nr center rmr,.,
upgraaos ':3.2k r.,.A.
Localed cifCk Crusner.
S2I rC( (727) 374-6562
HY-LINE
2003 11, 3 s aes, rurn,
priv. bdrm.$33,000 new,
Must sell[ $22,000
(352) 628-6644
JAYCO
'96 Designer Series. 26FT,
5th wheel w/sllder, also
5th wheel hitch, $12,000
firm (352) 746-7548
ROCKWOOD
New 2005, 26 Ft. alumi-
num slide-out, $5,000
below Invoice.
(352) 621-6890 or
Cell 352-212-2603
VEGA
1984, 35 Ft., full bath,
fair cond., great A/C,
everything works.
$2,000 382-2516




4 AMERICAN RACING
WHEELS, 15x6-Vortex,.
exc. cond., will fit
Toyota Camry asking
$120 obo.
(352) 860-1322
88 FORD A.O.D
transmission, $250
Call after 4pm
(352) 212-4839
AIR COOLED
VW PARTS
Call before 8pm
, (352) 563-0093
CHEVY S-10
1992, spare parts,
fender, etc. $150
(352)637-2466
FOR PARTS
'93 Ford E150 cony.
van, 5.8 liter, 4 speed,
AT, $800.
(352) 527-3954
HITCH & BUG SHIELD.
For 2003 or before
Taurus Ford, Hideaway,
pulls 3500 lbs, like new
$100 for both 726-8524
LUMBER RACK
Fits full size P/U.
67"X 78", $125.00
Ultra Wheels #062.
16"/ 8 lug Ford wheels.
Make offer.
352-344-4887
TONNEAU COVER
bed extender & bug
shield for '01-'04 Toyota
Tacoma double cab
$125 (352) 344-5933
TRUCK TIRES 11r22.5
Used, Virgin, $100;
1 r22.5 Used, Recaps,
$75; 10r22.5Used
Recaps, $50; (352)
795-1020. 620 NE 5th
Terr. Crystal River.













AT + ATC USED PARTS
Buy-Sell-Trade ATV, ATC
Gocarts, 12 5pm Dave's
USA (362) 628-2084


FREE REMOVAL OF
mowers, tractors, cars.
ATV's, (352) 628-2084
WE BUY CARS/TRUCKS
Running or not, must
have clear title. No Junk
l^iq.-.n 35)2-OM-692


'00 Buick
Park Ave. Ultra.
White $10,888
Call 726-1238
'02 Dodge Stratus
37K, Allpower
White, $,.988
Call 726-1238
'02 Toyota Corolla
Great on gas.
Blue, $8,988
Call 726-1238
'03 Saturn LW300
Low miles, V-6,
Flat Tow, White
$13,488 Call 726-1238
'05 Chrysler 300
7K mi. "C" 7K Hemi
Red, $33,988
Call 726-1238

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'00 SUZUKI VITARA SUV
2DR, Auto, Air, Convertie..$6,995
"a FORD CROWN VIC
LOADEDILikeNew, 8....$6,995
'98 BUICK LESABRE
Low ies, Leater ln, NCE..$7,995
'02 ISUZU RODEO SUV
Auto, Ar, Pwer, Opos...$10,950
ALL UNDER WARRANTY
MANY MOE, IN STOCK


'95 Buick Century
Low ml, all power,
Blue, $4,488.
Cal 726-1238
ALTIMA
1994, 154K 5 speed,
sunroof, runs great,
asking $3000.
(352) 795-3450
BUICK
1993 Century, 109,000
ml. Retired lady owner.
Exc. cond. $3200 obo.
(352) 465-2662
BUICK
2001 Park Avenue
New brakes & Tires.
Tune up, 97K, $9,500.
OBO. (352) 564-0040
BUICK
'97 Pqrk Ave. loaded
with extras. Beautiful
$8,000 (352) 726-3112
BUICK PARK AVE.
1990, gd..brakes, tires,
air, other new parts.
105K ml. $1400/obo
(352) 637-0409



100oo +CLEM DEPENDABLE UIS
FROM-350-DOWN
30 MIN. E-Z CR=mT
175-US 19-HOMSAO A


CADILLAC
1999 El Dorado, 23,000
miles. Showroom
condition. $17,500.
Evenings, 352-344-1244
CAMARO
2001. T-tops, fully
loaded Low miles.
Custom sound.$11,500
OBO. (352) 400-1110
CHEVROLET
ELCAMINO
1984, Solid body, runs.
$1650. (352), 628-1196
CHEVY
Celebrity, 1986 Station
Wagon. Looks good,
runs good. 91,500 ml.
$1500. (352) 563-1801
CHEWVY
'86 Caprice, V-6, 4 dr
sedan. 59K orig mi. New
tires. N6 air. Runs great,
$1900obo.352-628-9409
CHEVY CAVALIER
1991 RS station wagon,
4 cyl, autb, new tires,
starter, tqhne up. $1200.
C #476-6926/H 527-3656
CHEVY IMPALA SS
2004 Black, loaded, 30K
garage kept. $22,900.
(352) 563-0983
COUGAR
1994 RX7, White w/red
Interior. Very clean.
$2000. (352) 563-0429
CREDIT REBUILDING
$500-$1000 DOWN
& U-DRIVE
SClean, Safe Autos
CONSIGNMENT USA
909 Rt44&US19Alrport
564-1212 or 212-3041

Did You Know
That Sometimes You
can Make more
money donating
your vehicle by taking
It off your taxes then
trading It in.
Donate It to the
THE PATH
(Rescue Mission for
Men Women &
Children)
at (352) 527-6500
DODGE
AVENGER
1996, needs motor, best
offer. $400/obo
(352) 697-1070
DODGE STRATUS
1997, 4 dr, auto, AC,
95,000 miles, excellent
condition. $2950.
S(352) 422-0126


IEFIN4NCEOUI
100 + CLEAN DEPENDAILECASi
FROM-*350-DOWN
30 MIN. E-Z CREDIT
1675- US 19- HOMOSASSA

FORD
Crown Vlctoria 1992,
Good cond. PS, air,
$2,000. 352-634-0983
or 352-634-3666
FORD MUSTANG
2000, Forest Green,


outo, 46K, Runs great,
Priced for quick sole,
$7,000 (352) 287-4808


2004 Civic Ex Coupe,

$14,000. OBO
(352) 382-4640



1-800+LEA7DIPENDALEt 7A
FROM-'350-DOWN
30 MIrN. E-I CREDI
75- US19-HOMOSASSA


INFINITY 1996
Only$1,2501 Must sell.
For listings call
1-800-749-8116 ext 7374
KIA
2001, Sportage, all pwr.,
new tires & brakes, runs
great, $6,000 344-3536
or 563-9768
LINCOLN
1981, Mark VI Town Car.
Excel, cond., $1,500
(352) 447-5080
LINCOLN
1984, Towncar, w/302
engine, runs good,
$1,500.B00.
(352) 637-6284

LINCOLN
1996, Town Car, white
w/black roof, great
shape, fully loaded
$4,500 (352) 794-0172
LINCOLN
'94 Mark 8, A-1 cond.
garage kept,
Super NIce. $4,950
(352) 489-9136
LINCOLN TOWNCAR
'92 Cartier fully loaded
w/Sony CD, leather,
Alloy's Michellns $3,200
abo (352) 341-4755
MAZDA
2000 626, silver, auto,
air, AM/FM/CD, cass.
Cruise, all power, re-
mote starter, new struts,
tires. Exc. cond. $5200.
Pine Ridge 527-2792
MERCEDES
83, 380SL Convertible
w/ hard top, new tires,
88K, motor rebulit.
Asking $10,000.OBO.
(352) 423-3007
(352) 860-0471
MERCURY
Grand Marquis, 1998,
14,600 ml, garage kept,
mint cond. $9,900/ obo
(352) 341-1456, Iv. msg.
MERCURY
1995 Grand Marquis LS
Excellent shape.
Original owner. $5,500.
(352) 795-6266
MITSUBISHI
'03 Eclipse Convertible
GTS/ Spyder, blue,
8,600 ml. $16,500.
(352) 860-0915
NISSAN
1981, Datsun 280Z, orig,
condition. Auto, PS, PB,
PW, A/C, 104K ml. orig.
$2,500 (352) 7,46-2522
NISSAN
1991, 300ZX, AC,TTops,
all pwr, 5 spd, Good
Cond, Asking $6,200.
(352) 746-9813
OLDS 88
1995, Very clean, gd.
mileage, New AC &
pwer. steering pump,
$3200 (352) 465-2853
OLDSMOBILE
2000, Intrigue V6, auto,
ruI pAr 1 o0,r.FI E-'.:
Ccora 3V d or 'a.tlr
$6.850.(352) 447-5222
Between 8am-5pm
PT CRUISER
2001, Ltd. Edition, red,
39K ml,, auto, fully load-
ed, moon roof, dual ex-
haust, mint cond,, new
tires. Must see to appr-
eciate, $11,900 080
352-344-3084
SUBARU
1993, Legacy wagon,
5-spd, power window &
;' locks, 145K ml., runs
great, $1,950 abo (352)
344-0257 860-2255
TOYOTA
2002 silver Camry
Solara. Low miles, war-
ranty, Uke new, $13,950
obo. (352) 795-7028
TOYOTA CAMRY
LE 1998, 4cyl, auto, air,
all pwr, Ithr. AM/FM CD/
cass, sunroof d. Cond
$5500. (352) 489-7458




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AMC
1967, Marlin, rare, new
brakes, good motor,
$2,500 621-4677 Eves.
904-588-3200 Days
AUTO/SWAP/CAR
CORRAL SHOW
Sumter Co.
Fairgrounds
Florida Swap Meets
APRIL 3rd
1-800-438-8559
CHEVROLET
1979, Chevette, 4-Dr.
Sedan, auto trans, all
orig. 26,000 ml. $1800
(352) 249-9188
CHRYSLER
IMPERIAL 1967 2 dr.
Convertible, SharplI
Head turner Runs ex-
tremely well. New tires.
Drive It home $7500.
(352) 563-0638
DODGE
1984, Diplomat SE, 1
owner, drk brown w/tan
leather top, pwr wind.,
air, & radio. 36,481 ml,
$3,795 352-860-2321
FORD
1970 Mustang
convertible, 302V8,
Hurst 4 spd, body need
very little repair,$9,000.
OBO.(727) 942-9446


MERCEDES
1974 CONVERTIBLE
450 SL, exc. cond. Over
$20,000 Invested, asking
$15,000. (352) 586-9498
PORSCHE
1975, 91 1S Coupe, Per-
fect shape, no rust or
damage ever $12,500
(352) 563-0121
TRANS AM
1980, 301 w/4.9 turbo.
Runs great. Extra
parts/car Incl. $5500
obo,527-1361 Iv msg.


'01 Chevy S-10
36K, All power
X Cab, L3, Tan
$10,888
Call 726-1238
'03 Chevy
Avalanche Z66
38,000 mrnlles, White,
622A88
Call 726-1238

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AVALANCHE
2003, ONLY 9000 Miles.
Uke new, Sunset
orange. $24,000.
(352) 795-1127
BIG TRUCK SALE
WE FINANCE MOST
CONSIGNMENT USA
909 Rt44&US19 Airport
564-1212 or 212-3041
CHEVROLET
'75, new brakes, extra
tires/rims, runs good, will
go fast at $950
(352) 726-1489
(352) 212-3690
CHEVY
'92 Cheyenne, 2WD
Metallic blue. New AC,
exc. cond. Runs good.
$3000 (352) 522-0182
DODGE
1987 Ram, 4 wheel
drive, power windows,
cold A/C, lift kit, nice
wheels, $3,300 obo
'84 Ram. 2 wheel drive,
needs minor work
$1,300 obo
(352) 344-2268
DODGE
2002, Ram SLT, 4x4,
crew cab, tow pkg.,
gold, extra clean, per-
fect cond., 66K ml.,
$15,500 private sale
(352) 341-0442
DODGE
2003, Ram 1500 SLT, 4x4,
Quad cab, hemi w/
tow package, all pwr,
Exc. Cond., $20,495.
(352) 527-2335
(352) 464-2901
DODGE
'88 Power Ram 4x4, exc.
cond. new paint & tires,
rebuilt motor, $3,800
(352) 344-2689
DODGE DUALLIE
1990,360, 4spd, $1500,
needs repairs, runs
good. Call Brian at
352-637-3837 or cell
352-302-8344
DODGE RAM
'89, red, 6-cyl. 87K orig.
mi. topper, air, heat,
cass., runs great $3,000
(352) 726-1257
FORD
'01, F150, Super Cob.
V8, XLT, 68K ml. New
motor, Good cond.
$12,500. (352) 726-1112
FORD
03, F250XLT Super Cab,
4x4 diesel, 1 owner,
loaded, $28,500.
(352) 527-3017
FORD
1990 Bronco. 351, 4x4,
75K ml., $2,500 obo
(352) 302-7699
FORD
I|'Qd Pnc er L .1r' .''rr
J Dr ]L.'.'O 1- P1 i -,
less, Exc. cond. $5500.
(352) 302-0173
FORD RANGER
1997, 4 new tires, good
,ork truck, 99,800 ml.
$2,450/obo.
352-634-5152 or
352-860-1184
GMC SONOMA
2000 SLS, ext cab, 4.3
liter, V6, auto, Very
good cond. $6500 obo.
(352) 637-2023
GMC SONOMA
'91 S-15. 4.3 litre, newly
rebuilt. Very good
condition. $3,500. (352)
795-6081 or 586-7802
NISSAN
1991 pickup, 4 cyl.Auto,
PS, PB, air, cap, good
cond. 104K miles. $2300.*
(352) 341-0442
NISSAN
1994, V-6, 5-spd, 4x4, all
power, bedllner, sun-
roof, like new cond.
$5,500 (352) 746-9211
SONOMA PICK UP
TRUCK 2003
With Topper. 6 Cylinder,
31,000 Miles: $12,500,
(352)489-9730
Toyota Tacoma
99, 4wd,ExtCab, manual
new tires,bedlinetrun-
ning boards tinted win-
dows. Black.86k,$10,500
obo. (352) 302-4046




'02 Dodge
Durango SLT & ULh.
Blue. $14,888
Call 726-1238

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DODGE
1999, Durango SLT, all
elect.. malnt. & In good
cond. w/3rd rear seat,
Either Interiort $8500 0B8
(352) 795-0583
FORD EXPLORER
1997 XLT, V-8, full power
sun roof, roof rack, exc.
cond 100K ml $6,200


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FORD
1985 Ford Bronco, Full
size, 351 V8, Runs,
needs work. $800,
352-302-6595.


FORD F150
2000 XLT 4X4. Super
cab. 58,000 ml. Tow
pkg. Exc. cond. $14,200
obo. (352) 637-2004
PRICE REDUCED
TO $2900 JEEP
'93 Grand Cherokee
Tow pkg. (352)
489-3564 or 464-0003




'02 Chevy Venture
36K, All power
Red. $13,888
Call 726-1238

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Chrysler
2002, Town & Country
LXI, Top of the line, all
pwr-bucket seats,
leather, 54K, must see,
$15,500. (352) 465-4775
DODGE 1500
2000, Mark III Custom
Van, orig. owner, exc.
cond. (352) 212-3605
DODGE
1992, Ram Custom, 3.9
V6, 119K ml. orig., gar-
age kept, roof air, awn-
Ing, $2,350 621-3627
DODGE
1997, Caravan, V6, 3.8
engine, frt/rear AC,
AM/FM Cass., 130K1
$3,600 (352) 341-3083
DODGE
1999 Conversion Van
HI-top, TV/VCR, front &
rear alr,PW,PS,PL 101K
ml. Exc. cond. $6995.
352-382-0722/423-9221
FORD
1991 good shape,
runs good. $2,500
(352) 860-1409,
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FORD
1993, Arrowstar, new
A/C, runs great, $2,800
(352) 860-2898
FORD
1997, Hi Top Convertlon
Van, Good Cond., Org.
owner, Loaded, A/C
$7,500.(352) 860-2898
FORD
1997, Mini Van, looks &
runs great, $1,700.
(352) 563-0826
(352) 586-7827
FORD EXPLORER
2004 Eddie Bauer,
owner died, must sell,
fully loaded, $27,000
(352) 726-0637
OLDSMOBILE
'96 Sllouette, 82K ml.,
loaded, rear air, new
Michelin tires, new
cond. $5,300
(352) 621-0307
PLYMOUTH
Grand Voyager, 1997,
Gd. cond, easy on gas,


HARLEY DAVIDSON
1993 FXRP, 32K ml.
Exc. cond. 1340cc
BIk, $9,500.
(352) 527-0180
HARLEY DAVIDSON
Blue1979 Sportster,
14,500 ml. Windshield,
saddle bags. Buddy
seat. Asking $4,950.
(352) 586-9498
HONDA
1985, Aspen Cade, 24K
orig. ml., 4K of extras,
A+ cond., $5,900. Call
Billy at 352-628-0628
HONDA
1996 Rebel, 250 cc.
Low mileage. $2,100.
(315) 525-6664
HONDA
2000 Shadow, mint
cond, full dress, 4,300
mi. Sr. owned, $5,500
(352) 422-4600
HONDA GOLDWING
1987 Aspencade, 70K
ml., all black, 2 helmets,
Exc. cond. $4,800 obo
(352) 637-3566
HONDA HELIX
1987 & Yamaha moped
A-1 shape, saddlebags,
17K ml. $1,795
(352) 341-6219
HONDA
Helix 250cc. 1993 motor
scooter. Excellent
condition. $2500.
(352) 795-6650
KAWASAKI
1991 250HS, double
overhead cam shaft
only 2,921 ml $500
(352) 726-0838
KAWSAKI
1998 Vulcan Classic.
Mint, $3500.
(352) 302-3611
MINI CHOPPER
Harley look-alike.
Electric or manual start,
like new. Great
graduation gift, $600.
(352) 623-0316, Iv msg.
SUZUKI
'01 Intruder VS-800. 11K
ml, W/S, bags, new
Avons, like new, $4500.
(352) 249-9100
YAMAHA
125 dirt bike, excellent
shape w/gear. $950.
(352) 795-6266

YAMAHA
2002, V-Star Custom
650, chromed, many
extras. Excel. conditloni
$3,850 OBO 726-2670
YAMAHA YZ250
DIRTBIKE, 2000.
$3000.00 some perfor-
mance parts and new
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(352) 344-5387 PUBLIC NOTICE
The Citrus County School
Board will hold a Special
Meeting and Workshop;
1:00 p.m. and a Work Ses-
ATV + ATC USED PARTS sion; 4:00 p.m. on Wednes-
Buy-Sell-Trade ATV, ATC, day, March 30, 2005 in the
Go-carts 12-5pm Dave's Large Conference Room,

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2L:-U 1-ua,1 SI".,. vprness, Florida.
25C'.:: c a. 3L i.,er,
features. Ext. 4-yr. warr. The purpose of the Special
$2,550 628-5615 Iv msg Meeting is for consideration
of various personnel items
and Attorney, Legal Matters.
The Workshop is for up-
dates on the Inservice Re-
port, the proposed 2005-
2006 Student Code of Con-
rm.ay duct and the 2006-2007
S CIrUS COUNUTY School Calendar. The pur-
pose of the Work Session Is
for the recognition/reception
of1 the Blue Ribbon Commit-
tee and for discussion rele-
vant to the Final FIeport sub-
mitted by the Bl b Ribbon
Committee.
If any person decides to ap-
peal a decision made by the
A Board, with respect to any
matter considered at this
meeting, he may need a rec-
S ord of the proceedings and
may need to insure that a
verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made, which
record should include testi-
ALAN NUSSO money and evidence upon
BROKER which his appeal is to be
Associate based&
Real Estate Sales 7 1 i
Exit Realty LoecaeRp -s- Sandra 2 imme
(352)422-6956 Superintendent

B Published one (1) time in
the Citrus County Chronicle,
M arch 27, 2005.

371-0327 SUCRN
PUBLIC NOTICE
Bid Intormatton
The Citrus County Board of County Commissioners will ac-
cept sealed bids for:
Bid No.: 075-05
Citrus County Canoe 'Trall Installation

To obtain additional information concerning the announce-
ment, please visit the Citrus County Website at:
www.bocc.citrus.fl.us and click on the Bid information option
or call Onvia/Demandstar at: (600) 711-1712.
Deadline for the receipt of bids: April 28, 2005, at 2:00
p.m.

A public bid opening will be held at 2:30 p.m. on April 28,
2005, at the Lecanto Government Building, located at: 3600
West Sovereign Path, Lecanto, Florida 34461.
Any person requiring reasonable accommodation at this
meeting because of a disability or physical impairment
should contact the Management & Budget Office, 3600
West Sovereign Path, First RFloor, Lecanto, Florida 34461,
(362) 527-5203 at least two days before the .tneIn.. II f tu
are hearing or speech impaired, use the 'O 1 reieptr.on
(352) 527-5312,
CITRUS COUNTY BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Vicki Phillips, Chairwoman

Published one (1) time In the Citrus County Chronicle,
March 27, 2005.

372-0327 SUCRN
PUBLIC NOTICE
Proposal Information
The Citrus County Board ol County Commissioners win ac-
cept sealed bids for:
RFP No.: 041-05
General Construction Servlcos
To obtain additional information concerning the announce-
ment, please visit the Citrus County Webaite at
www.bocc.citrusf.llus and click on the Bid information option
or call Onvia/Demandstar at: (800) 711-1712,
Deadline for the receipt of bids: April 28, 2005, at 2:00
p.m.
A public bid opening will be held at 2:30 p.m. on April 28,
2005, at the Lecanto Government Building, located at: 3600
West Sovereign Path. Lecanto, Florida 34461,
Any person requiring reasonable accommodation at this
meeting because of a disability or physical impairment
should contact the Management & Budget Office, 3600
West Sovereign Path, First Floor. Lecanto. Florida 34461,
(352) 527-5203 at least two days before the meeting, If you
are hearing or speech Impaired, use the TOO telephone
(3521 527.-5312,
CITRUS COUNTY BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Vickl Phillips, Chnirwoman
Published one (1) time In the Citrus County Chronicle,
March 27, .005,


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Tr809973
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walks. g16302311
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PASSIONATE ABOUT LIFE
WF, 34, would like to meet an honest, sin-
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similar personality, for LTR. 12580595
LOOKING FOR MR. RIGHT
Easygoing WF, 26, likes going out and hav-
ing fun or sitting at home watching tv. Want
to meet a man, 19-31, who knows how to
treat a woman. ff581476
LIKES COUNTRY LIFE
WF, 39, 5'2", 120lbs, looking for a gentle-
man, 38-48, N/S. I enjoys working out,
going to movies, dining out, hiking, garden-
ing and most anything outdoors. ".564449


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SWF, 53, looking for companionship and
friendship with SM, 55-68. I'm a little bit
country, a little bit rock-n-roll, and a bit city
Want to share life with someone special.
IT558306
SEEKS ONE-WOMAN MAN
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after dark, very active, romantic, misses the
things a woman does for a man. Seeking
WM, 66-79, who has similar interests.
l'536212
SOMEONE TO LOVE FOREVER
SF, 35, likes camping out, fishing, car races,
amusement parks. Looking for SM, 35-45,
with same interests. Ig269410
PEACEFUL THOUGHTS
Kind, intelligent, funny SWF, 58, marriage-
minded, N/S, likes trips to the beach, nice
wine, sunsets, dancing. Seeking SWM, 48-
68, N/S, who can make me feel special.
7r565826
HERE I AM
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rugged interesting N/S, SWM, 57-63, for
companionship, possible LTR. '223790
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outdoors, motorcycles, Nascar, beaches,
racing, seeking a SWM, 34-49, for compan-
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SWM, 45-60, to enjoy bicycling, golf, the-
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INDEPENDENT WOMAN
Separated Italian female, 43, brown/brown,
mother of three, professional, likes the out-
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Seeking family-oriented man, 35-55, for
building a relationship. Children welcome.
P764299
THE FINER THINGS
DBF, 42, enjoys living life, movies, romance,
dining out, walks and much more. Seeking
SBM, 30-54, with similar interests.
1'994169
WE CAN BE TOGETHER
SWF, 44, marriage-minded, smoker, home-
body, would like to share evenings in with a
special man, 40-55, who likes to watch
movies, read, cook, go out on the town.
@587120
SLEEPLESS IN FLORIDA
SWF, 48, Italian, average build, serious-
minded, not about games, caring, outgoing,
reliable, been alone for years, looking to
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S, AREYOUTHE ONE?
Single female, 50, loves fishing, outdoors.
Searching'for single white male, 40-60, who
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JUST A CALL AWAY
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SEEKING CHRISTIAN MALE
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very honest and marriage-minded.
'596730
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I JUST LIKE...
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Looking for a real, honest, nice SWM, 60-75,
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'237005
LIKES THE SIMPLE THINGS
WF, 5'2", 125lbs, blonde/blue, would like to
find a true friend. Someone who is cheerful,
pleasant to be with, likes long conversa-
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MY GUY WANTED
This 55-yr-old/ blonde young-at-heart,
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'V427683
ATTRACTIVE AND UPBEAT
SWF, young 51, 5'4", 125lbs, brown/blue,
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stable. Farm and horse owner. Enjoys coun-
try life style, the outdoors, pets, horse relat-
ed activities, movies, dining out, family get
together and weekend getaways. ISO hon-
est, fun-loving, monogamous, financially
stable SWM, who loves pets and country
living. 1566708


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SWF, 50ish, 5'3", selective, honest, inde-
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seeking friend/relationship, nice guy,
monogamous, hard-working, 45-60, loves
kids, animals, outdoors. ff507930
MAYBE YOU'RE MY GUY
Easygoing SWF, 57, smoker, loves the
country life, country/oldies music, cooking,
camping. ISO outgoing man, 57-62, who
likes movies, dining, quiet times and laugh-
ter, for sharing a lasting, loving relationship.
\ ff588873
NEWTO THE AREA
Attractive GWF, 42, very easygoing, good
sense of humor, down-to-earth, loyal,
enjoys dancing, dining, movies, moonlight
walks on the beach. Seeking SW/HF, 30-
46. 1573549
SEEKING THE IMPOSSIBLE?
SWF, 52, 5'1", 135lbs, brown/hazel, smok-
er, slight/disability, animal/ lover, cooking
out, dining out, theme/parks. Seeking
SWM, 48-57, compassionate,.sympathetic,
affectionate, handyman/helpmate. Country
life, similar interests, companionship, possi-
ble LTR.Marion Country. IT522127
ATTRACTIVE BLONDE IN...
Ocala. SWPF, 41, 5'6", 1351bs, N/S. I'm an
independent, vivacious, charismatic lady
who enjoys life. Honest, secure and inter-
ested in finding my partner: SWM, 39-60.
I'224494
VERY OPEN-MINDED
Friendly female, N/S, likes movies, dining
out, good conversation, seeks single man,
55-58, N/S, who has lots of love to share.
12587694
SHARING TIME
SWF, 49, N/S, loves the water, watching
'football, and dining out. Seeking down-to-
earth and funny WM, 45-60, N/S. 1r619223
UNIQUE LTR WOMAN
DWF, 44, N/S, 5'5", 125lbs.Strong morals,
honest, sweet and sincere. Loves flea's and
festivals, long walks, movies, plays, laugh-
ter, deep conversation, casual .dining,
music, dancing and boating. ff626546



RETIRED MILITARY
SWM, 65, 5'9", 1751bs, with a full head of
hair and no pot belly, is anxious to meet a
lady, 25-55, N/S, social drinker ok.
='201016

HARLEY RIDER
SWM, 42, one daughter, would like to meet
a woman to become friends with, maybe
leading to more. 32-45. ff606738
SEEKING CLASSY LADY
72, SWPM, widower, N/S, great SOH, liber-
al outlook, likes classical music, theater,
outdoor activities.Seeks educated lady, 55-
75, w/similar interest, for friendship or LTR.
f1614390
SIMPLE GUY
WM, 44, 5'10", 200lbs, smoker, construc-
tion worker, homebody, likes flea markets
and time at home. Seeking easygoing WF,,
40-46, to date and see what happens.
ff628942
HALLELUJAH
SBM, 30, Libra, N/S, enjoys church, movies,
dining out. Seeking a God-fearing BF, 29-38,
N/S, who loves church. .T634527
BOWL ME OVER
Fully employed, honest, respectful, under-
standing SBM, 38, Pisces, smoker, enjoys
dining out, movies, shopping, shooting'
pool, and playing cards. Seeking BF, 40+,
short, cute, shapely. 00503353
I HOPE WE CAN TALK
SWM, 27, 5'8", fit, average build, Leo, sm-
oker, seeks WF, 20-36, for friendship, possi-
ble LTR. fP567898
VERY OUTGOING
SBM, 29, 5'11'", athletic build, Virgo, smok-
er, loves to have fun. Seeking BF,' 25-45,
smoker, for friendship, possible romance.
Wf633324
WIDOWER
WM, 43, enjoys being outdoors, horseback
riding, fishing, camping and more. Looking
for WF, 20-45, to share fun, conversation,
dining and maybe more. ff430803
HONEST DUDE
Widowed WM, 58, 510", Gemini, smoker,
nature r, lr, loves traveling. Seeking WF, 48-
60, for friendship, possible romance. 'f638041
BABY BLUE EYES
Slim SWM, 29, 5'8", N/S, likes the conven-
ience of fast food, relaxes by playing sports,
seeks woman, 18-45, who wants to be
treated right. ff624851


AN ATTRACTIVE OFFER
Attractive SWM, 46, Scorpio, N/S, 6'1", dark
complexion, black hair, goatee, seeks SWF,
39-54, N/S, for dating and possible relation-
ship. V445158
INTELLECTUAL
SM, 6', 1981bs, likes biking, skating and
long walks, Interested in meeting a fun WF,
20-50, who is interesting and smart, to get
to know and enjoy life. '428687
FANCY FREE
DWM, 36, 5'11", blond/blue, is the athletic,
outdoorsy type, and looking for the same in
a great lady, to meet, get to know and see
where it goes. '976306
IT'S ALL GOOD
SWM, 39, 170lbs, 5'9", N/S, likes biking,
camping, hiking, motorcycling, shooting
pool, movies, dining in/out, travel. Seeking
pretty, In shape SF, 25-50, N/S, one or two
kids ok, for dating/LTR? '595431
OUTGOING TAURUS
SWM, 65, 5'1", 185lbs, likes golf and more.
Looking for companionship with a free-spir-
* ited lady, 40-65, who wants to be treated
like a lady. 1634207
LOOKING FOR SOMEONE...
special. SWM, 56, Libra, N/S, likes to have
lots of fun. Seeking a WF, 45-56, N/S, who
likes to talk and enjoys good company.
'V619049
LONELY
Widowed WM, 71, looks younger, healthy,
N/S, honest, understanding, good sense of
humor, seeks widowed WF, 60-68, N/S, for
companionship. '637214
A LONELY GUY
SWM, 34, in search of a female, 34-45, for
flea markets, yard sales, fishing, horses,
and much morel '744005
SEEKING A NICE WOMAN
SBM, 39,5' 8", average build, Cancer, N/S,
seeks woman, 18-47, for friendship, possi-
ble romance. V'437649
INDEPENDENT MAN
WM, 30, 6', 200lbs, dirty blond/blue, likes rid-
ing my bike, the parks, the beach, fishing, fes-
tivals, music, more. Seeking independent,
secure WF with similar interests. '619790
IS ITYOU?
SM, 31, attractive, outgoing, honest, likes
weighftifting, mountain climbing, hunting, fit-
ness. ISO active, fit, attractive, spontaneous
SF to share good times, talks, dates and
more. V595966


ROMANTIC
SWPM, 63, N/S, enjoys movies, music,
dancing, dining, beaches, art museums, in-
telligent conversation. Seeking attractive
lady, N/S, 50 to early 60s, for companion-
ship, perhaps more. ff602322
READY TO START AGAIN
SBM, 28, handsome, Taurus, N/S, seeks
nice woman, 20-36, to date, to share won-
derful times with. ff594317
ISO FUN-LOVING FEMALE
SBM, 28, enjoys movies, bowling, clubs,
construction work, seeking a fun-loving SF,
18-25, for dating, maybe more. fT563024
VERY HANDSOME
Irish-Italian male, 33, 5'7", 150lbs, sponta-
neous, compassionate, understanding,
romantic, funny and outgoing, loves quiet
times and fun times. Seeking SF who
enjoys the same. ff518615
ANGEL EYES
Warm, charming, easygoing SBPM, 45,
6'4", 2301bs, no children. Seeking attractive
SF, for dancing and romancing. f1878499


TRUE GENTLEMAN
DWM, 47, 5'6", 180lbs, brown/brown, wears
glasses, enjoys walks on the beach,
movies, theater, dining in/out, amusement
parks, flea markets, day trips. I would love
for you to call me. V262696 *


LONELY
Tall, big SBM, 40, 6'6", looking for a female,
35-50, to talk to. I love sports, cooking,
bowling, pool. '512071
SPRING INTO SPRING W/ME
Male, 23, 6'1", 200lbs, brown/brown, medi-
um build, .Gemini, N/S, loves outdoors, fish-
ing, the ocean, and cooking. Seeking
woman, 18-40. I'628792
LAID-BACK GUY
SWM, 6'1", 200lbs, in good shape, likes flea,
markets, going to movies, boating, fishing.
Looking for an easygoing, happy WF, 38-
45, who likes the same things. 12628452
A SIMPLE MAN
SWM, 42, Capricorn, 5'6", 150lbs, brown/
brown, N/S, N/D, easygoing, down-to-earth,
easygoing, fun, simple tastes, enjoys din-
ing, bingo, going out, seeks woman, 35-50,
for dating. '430032
SIMPLE GUY
BM, 18, likes dirtbiking and hanging out
with friends. Looking for a female to go out
with. V616727 ,
LOOKS ARE IMPORTANT
Attractive DWM, 40, 6'1", 210lbs, clean-cut,
established, stable, secure, easygoing, ho-
nest, ISO attractive, fit, stable SWF, 28-38,
who is kind, considerate and enjoys going
out,and doing things. '635648
DOWN-TO-EARTH
One-woman man, 44, 5'10", financially se-
cure, 180lbs, blond/blue, told handsome,
honest, clean, trustworthy, sincere, N/S,
enjoys mountains, art, and music. Seeking
woman, 18-42, LTR, N/S. 12291999
A NEW BEGINNING
Commitmehit-minded DM, 47, 6', brown/
brown, 180lbs, ISO a special lady, someone
who enjoys life, the outdoors and classic
rock, for sharing happiness and a lasting
relationship. 'f610840
BE MY QUEEN
SBM, 21, 5'11", smoker, dark-complected,
down-to-earth, knows how to treat a lady,
seeks single woman, 18-35, smoker, to
share life with. V617920
R U A CUDDLER?
SWM, 18, 5'7, 200lbs, nice build, blond/
hazel, enjoys fishing, hanging out, horror
movies, looking for SF, 18-30, who likes to
cuddle, similar interests. 12284401
NO TIME FOR FOOLISHNESS
Very open SBM, 24, 5'9", athletic build, seeks
woman, for friendship, romance, possible rela-
tionship. Let's get to know each other.
'"614026
DON'T DELAY
SWM, 61, 5'8", N/S, N/D, enjoys motorcy-
cres, tennis, boating, seeks local SWF, 40-
70, N/S, for quiet times, good conversation,
possible LTR. ff254418
SEEKING LTR
Attractive WM, 64, 6', dark/blue, smoker, likes
cooking, oldies, movies, dining out, RVs, ISO
WF, 50-60, with average build, who likes
country lifestyle and travel. ff610257
KNOWS HOW TO TREAT A LADY
SWM, young 57, 57", 175lbs, N/S, very
active, honest, educated, intelligent, finan-
cially secure, farmer/rancher, enjoys dining
out, outdoors, football, weekend getaways.
Seeking honest SWF, 35-55, petite/slender,
friendship, companionship, possible LTR.
f261794


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Retired, financially secure SWM, 73, N/S,
loves fishing and flea markets. Seeking
B/HF, 25-40, N/S, N/D, for companionship.
'625000
LOOKING FOR A WOMAN
Male, 42, 5'11", 140lbs, car dealership lot
manager, likes fishing and camping. Just
looking for a female to share my life with.
V618628
NO COUCH POTATOES
Active, healthy SWM, young 63, enjoys the
water, boating. Seeking classy, attractive,


NOT BAD-LOOKING...
dark-haired DWM, 47, 5'8", 175lbs, not
afraid to explore his feminine side, seeks
strong, understanding woman. Enjoy music,
politics, film and more. f246822
SOUL TO SOUL
Open-minded, honest, BM, 45, warm, charm-
ing, handsome. ISO humorous, sexy, attrao-
tive lady, 37-47, for togetherness. V'252328
NATURE AND ME
SWM, 42, 6'1", N/S, gentleman, homeown-
er, enjoys time spent in the great outdoors,
seeks attractive, honest SWF, 35-50, N/S,
for dating, possible LTR. f226878


active SWF, 50-62, N/S, for possible rela- MARRIAGE-MINDED
tionship. ff757364 SWM. 61, blond/blue, medical prcofes-
SPECIAL LADY WANTED sioanl. looking for a woman, 25-45, who is
SPECIAL LADY WANTED o arriage-minded, who loves to travel,
SWM, 48, enjoys fishing, movies, cooking, theater and fine dining. f262650
quiet times at home. Seeking SWF, 38-52, WORTH-THE CALLI
in shape, down-to-earth, w.ho appreciates a SBM. 18, N/S, enjoys anng, movies, shop-
good loyal man. Friens htrsi f412132 ping. shooting pool, playing cards. Seeking
CUDDLY BEAR snon. cule. shapely. oulgoing, understand.
SWM, 45, 6'1'. 250ibs. brownr'green. ives ng SBF : 18-30 tor friendship or more.
locally, smoker, eriloys Nascar football rowl- fI587447 -.
ing, pool. Seeking peme WF, 25-45. smokelr ALL CALLS RETURNED -
f25620" Hc'rnest SWM. 63'6'J 260llIS smoker Ioes
*- coo fisr.gr,: Aaicur.rrNasaor. Seeking
BEAUTIFUL WORLD ...... -6bW f6s,; "o upena 'orie rime wiln
SWM. 5", 5 N S. find b:.rring io be a .er) 55661-5
relaxing activity, enjoys dining out and danc- LET'S MAKE MAGIC
ing, seeks SWF, 40-55, N/S, for companion- Caring, decent, physically appealing,
ship, conversation, possible romance. SBPM, 42.ISO slim, attractive, SBF, 27-45,
f572698 *for possible relationship. fI480766
A NEW BEGINNING COURTSHIP
SWM, 62, 175lbs, Libra, N/S, active, seeks Outgoing, healthy, handsome PM, 40,
WF, 50-60, active and healthy, for good somewhat athletic, seeks attractive, intelli-
times and possible LTR. fI433493 gent, fun, light-hearted female, 19-45, into
HOPELESS ROMANTIC cuddling, television, and more. ff584987
HOPELESS ROMANTIC outdooHORSE NEEDS RIDER
WM, 43, 5'9", 200ool, likes the s, beahoutdoores, SM, 54, 170bs, 5'9", ruggedly handsome,
camping, playing pool, sunsets, beaches, horse ranch owner, Capricorn, enjoys road
more. Looking to fall in love with that special trips, cook outs, riding, dancing, socializing,
lady, 35-47.0f430811 country life. Seeks adventurous, well-
GOTTO LOVE IT adjusted woman, 42-56, country and horse
..... Lq.. O ,,, , ,,f^ I,.- ..-..h [ lover. f435846


iNce guy, 21, 6 N /, likes to danc iue, fish,
try new things, seeks nice woman, 21-22,
N/S, for friendship first, more if it develops.
'f579450
GOOD GUY HUNTING
Energetic, handsome, established, hard-
working, retired Electrician, that still loves to
work. Romantic that enjoys shopping, danc-
ing, travel, and more. Seeking fun-loving SF,
45-65, for companionship, best friends, and
maybe more. IM558720
OH LONESOME ME
Clean-cut, good-looking WM, 67, desires to
meet older, attractive woman for the pur-
pose of companionship. Tired of being
alone? Let's talk. 'f204397
HOPE IT'S YOU
Hard-working SBM, 41, 145lbs, enjoys chil-
dren, amusement parks, woodworking,
weightlifting, running, fine dining and good
movies. Seeking a nice, affectionate, roman-
tic lady to treat like a queen. 'ff607942
COULD IT BE YOU?
SWM, a youthful 79, enjoys the outdoors,
fishing, hunting, camping, boating. ISO
attractive SWF, 50+, N/S, for friendship and
possible LTR. fI550451
EDUCATED, HONEST...
organized SHM, 53, Pisces, N/S, social
drinker, enjoys movies, books, and good
conversation. Seeking WF, 50-55, N/S, for
friendship, possible romance. 'f569478
SEEKING SOULMATE
Good-looking, respectful SWM, 60, N/S,
believes life is an exciting adventure, seeks
SWF, 50-65, N/S, who has a wonderful out-
look on life. fI511502
POSITIVE ROMANTIC
Easygoing DWM, 57, 6', thoughtful, non-
prejudiced, handsome, enjoys music,
beaches, weekend getaways, travel, more.
Seeking SF, 30-55, sharp and shapely, for
LTR. fI446408
OUTDOORSMAN
SWM, Gemini, blond/blue, slim, enjoys
boating, fishing, diving, camping, flea mar-
kets, motorcycle day trips, looking for a
SWF, 35-45, for possible LTR. 'T216335
SIMILAR INTERESTS?
SWM, 20, 5'9", 140lbs, brown/blue, smoker,
seeks woman, 18-24, for movies, games,
sports, and more. 'f584882
ART OF LOVE
SWM, 40, 5'9", smoker, into comedy
movies, likes motorcycles, spending time
outside, seeks SWF, 35-45, for exploration
and LTR. f7558960
TOO MUCH FUN
SWM, 20, 5'9", 1381bs, N/S, brown/blue,
seeks single woman, 18-24, N/S, who
knows what she wants out of a relationship.
'I560749
KEEPING IT REAL
SBM, 23, 5'11", dark brown eyes, slim build,
Capricorn, smoker, seeks woman. 20-35,
for friendship. f589204
FUN-LOVING GUY
WM, 21, likes going out with friends, hang-
ing out and having fun. Looking for SWF.
18-25, with similar interests. fP594698


GOOD FRIEND WANTED...
for movies, eating out, shooting pool, shop-
ping, Disney, Universal, bowling, fun and
games, hanging out together. SWM, 45,
Ocala area. 'P535853
STRONG MORAL VALUES
WM, 5'11", short brown hair, slim build,
enjoys home life and other wholesome
interests. Interested in'a woman, 45-55,
who wants to be loved and appreciated for
who she is. fI528511
NEWPORT RICHY
SWM, 62, 5'8",1601bs, retired from Boston,
enjoys dancing, bowling and life in general,
seeks honest, sincere SWF, slim, 60-65, for
dining, dancing, and friendship. IT396755
FORTHE LONG RUN
GWM, 41, intelligent, fit, secure, in search
of a man, 30-45, to be together for the res
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04 JEEP 04 CHEVROLET 02FORD F-350 02 CHEVY
UNLIMITED 4X4 AVALANCHE XLT DIESEL CORVETTE CONV.
#7458A #7554P- #7682P #7792P
$24,488t '25,488 $39,488 *38,488t
tPrices and payments exclude tax, tag, title and dealer fee of 299.50 and includes all factory incentives, rebates and
customer loyalty. See Dealer foe Details. Photos for illustration purposes only.

CHEVROLET -

352'7954
W035 S. Suncoast Blvd., Homosassa


04 DODGE 01 DODGE GRAND 04 PONTAC 04 FORD
STRATUS CARAVAN GRAND AM SE TAURUS SES
Fact. Warranty. #7752T Clean. #25166A Loaded, Fact. Warranty. #7811P Fact. Warranty. #7727P
22003* mo. S229" me. $25S m. $2584 mo.




02 CHEVY 05 FORD 02 CHEVY 01 CHEVY MO
SILVERADO EXT CAB MUSTANG CAVALIER CARLO
V8, Clean. #N4348 New Body. $AVE! #N5217A Low Miles. #N5198A PW, PL, 1st on Race Day. #N5119A
$290. m.e. $386"*me. 7,985' $11,795t




02 MtSUBISHI 04 CHEVROLET 03 FORD 03 HONDA CIV
ECUPSE IMPALA EXPLORER XLT Loaded, Ground Affect,
Affordable, Reliable. #N5093A Loaded, Factory Warr. #25274A Low Miles, Clean, Sporty. #786TP Auto. #N5239A
*13,785t' 16,295 16,79"6' *6,983L
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1500 HD. #25258A #B50083A #J050192A With Nav. #7689P
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customer loyalty. See Dealer for Details. Photos for Illustration purposes only.


02 FORD 02 CHRYSLER 04 JEEP 04 CHRYSLER
WINDSTAR TOWN & COUNTRY LIBERTY PACIFICA
LTD. #B50651A LTD, All Power. #D50453A 4x4, All Power. #7780P Family Rated, #7880L
'15,988 216,888' 117,888 '19,988
tPrices and payments exclude tax, tag, title and dealer fee of 299.50 and includes all factory Incentives, rebates and ;,
customer loyalty. See Dealer for Details. Photos for illustration purposes only.


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FIVE STAR FIVE STAR
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1005 S. Suncoast Blvd., Homosassa


207? Hwy. 44 West, Inverness


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Under
review
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Everyday CHEAPSKATE


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HomeFront
INDEX


Sikorski's Attic 6E
Mr. HandyPerson 12E
Property Transactions 14E
Real Estate Digest 23E
Classifieds 24E
Home Tips 36E


ALSO IN THIS ISSUE
* The Citrus County
Cooperative Extension
Service is offering a work-
shop April 30 in Lecanto
with Florida-friendly land-
scaping ideas. /19E
* Exit Realty Leaders' Jackie
Gaffney finds a way to give
back to the community.
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CHRISTI DOLL
O!TS.0U 302-4046


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PAT COMBS
352-422-5758
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KATHY DAGLE 212-3736
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KATHY DAGLE 212-37i
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KATHY DAGLE 212-3735
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S ROCKY
ROCKYCABRERA 697-2074


Build your dream home in Citrus
Hills. Beautiful home site in Terra
Vista Drive by today!

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KATHY DAGLE 212-3736
OR HELEN FORTE 2204764
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inventory. A steal at $89,900
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PHYLUS
D] STRICKLAND
Pl 341-1233


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Crystal River 794-0888 inverness 341-1233 Beverly Hi


EQUESTRIAN ESTATE IN
PRELGIOUS PITEE RIDGE
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GORGEOUS COUNTRY ESTATE acres. Owners have free access to 25 miles ol horse "The Rose" Split floor plan, neutral colors,
5+Acr Equestrian Estate. Lg. 3/3 homew/det 3 CG, open split trailstennis courts, community center & equstran side entry garage. Beautiful corner lot
Ioor plan w/slone laced wood burning fireplace. 28x12 master center in a beautiful bird sanctuary development. Home
suie w/sling area. pen gourmet ichen w1granie pped is imm aculate kept 2600 sq. open floor plan. 10' walls w/landscaping. Plenty of room fora pool.
island, extrabarslnk&woodcablnelsawpullouts.Kldney .~,C; :- i,. i;i;-,: k a.il.:,- ,: ,i3 ,.* i,-,:-. ; Co Bm a T,31., tr ,;' r,:.,a h: .r, ..3 ar
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properly which abuts 26 miles of riding trails. EX771RB.
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DICK DICK TINA McQUADE
HILDEBRANDT HILDEBRANDT 613-3718
=-ac - 586-0478 586-0478 u R-oUADE


IMMACULATE
2/2/1 in Inverness Highlands West. Tile
flooring in living'& dining areas, carpet
in BRs. Nice enclosed sun-room. Don't
miss this one. It definitely exceeds the
white glove test. EX289RI
CALL
MICHELLE
CORBETT
M--..'-c (352) 400-4073






SPACIOUS DW
TASTEFULLY RENOVATED
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NANCY
SEKINGER
.NAN 5BI 447-4637


LOCATION, LOCATION,
CONVENIENT TO EVERYTHING
Lots of potential! Updated older home in
downtown Inverness. Detached garage &
workshop. 12x10 storage shed. New roof,
vinyl sliding, insulation and some windows.
Updated plumbing and electrical. EX279R.I

CALL
DEBI BEITZ
a 220-0005
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In Citrus County


CHARMING THREE BEDROOM,
TWO BATHS HOME
Wood paneled Florida room on 2.5
spacious acres where horses are
welcome. Stone Fireplace & separate
workshop. EX280RI
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ALAN NUSSO
422-6956
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GREAT HOME W LOTS OF SPACE





JERRY &
JAN TUEL
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MELONIE 257-1783
=fW,.AA LEE ANN 302-4347
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REMODELED 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH
HOME ON ALMOST 4 ACRES
Fenced In, 2 Wells, 2 Septics. Can Be
Split Or Used For Commercial Use. 4
Lots Each (133x301) J.pt Off Grover
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CALL
GARY PLATFOOT
m"" O 794-0888
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THIS HOME HAS SO MUCH TO OFFER
&inung Alrl Imr p nltal so-.ng. E nl.6al your
guests in this fabulous kitchen. Lots of cabinet
space and a glass top stove. After dinner, relax
by the fireplace, have fun in the game room or
enjoy the hot tub out in the tiled lanai. Come see
this home today. Buyers pay attention to this
extra large garage/workshop. Garage doors on
both sides of the home. EX3476R

CALL
TINA McQUADE
613-3718




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TINA McQUADE
613-3718


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BARBARA DEE
& ROY CAWLEY
'" S 1527-4273
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HIR IBA HOME COMPLETELY
IrJMODO.LED AND UPDATE D .

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TAMI SCOTT TAMISCOTT
422-7128 422712
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THOMAS
MASTRANGELO
*..Elm. 489-4869






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DEBI BELTZ
220-0005







GREAT STARTER HOME
Wor.dnirl ;2 2' homrn in homci .:, nly
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SEKINGER
Hoia 447-4637


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ALAN NUSSO
422-6956
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ALMOST NEW
Beauihlul 3i2 mobil nricrac on a juit i' a.: re
Ireel lot Gorgeous vit'. irrorn o~vco
klichrf eatrIing area. dhnnn rcorn & oPen
living roinn A mu-i sce' E1iii2531
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BRENDA
PETERSON
on r TuO. 422-3842


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BARBARA DEE
S 5& ROY CAWLEY
DnCAi- 527-4273


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OPEN FLOOR PLAN
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BILL
HUTCHINGS
BL.EoG 577-3133


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Put Us to
Cherry l "oto
Cheryl i WORKfor

Nadal c' you!
REALTOR JIM & PAT
Multi-Million $ Producer PHILLIPS
23+ Years Experience Realtors

Office: (352) 527-7842 352-228-2888
Cell: (352) 302-3555 352-795-2441


S DRASTIC REDUCTION TO 5229900o :- .:..-.' r....... .; : I


BEAUTIFUL WATERFRONT POOL HOME: 3..' A TRUE GARDENER'S DELIGHT!! .3Or- a'...: .u .:. 3 .i .., rr.r, .- ... --.,
ifJ." .-.- .. _.... * oversized garage iewing ,il o*n pri alie 13 j n : i I.: .n l.. ..: I ajti 4.:r.. : 11 ,T,,.,,w ,-,1 2 .:.,- :-.--.1r
SUGARMILL WOODS: Beautiful, open, light & bright to river & direct Gulf access. Open & airy, this garden paradise, & just around the comer from the Citrus ...
3/2/2 heated pool home w/den & family room. renovated home has gormet kit. w/Sub-Zero refrig., Sprins go coure! The beautiful, tiered gardens boast a
Hardwood flooring in kitchen, breakfast nook, summer Thermador ranger w/convection oven & many pull-out multitude brightly colored lowering bushes plans to enjoy .
during the day, & are shown off at night by the rows of Malibu
kitchen, bump-out in garage for workshop/storage drawers. Pergo flooring, fireplace, new heat pump, lighting. Enjoy this lovely sight from your 10'x28' screened '
area & more all on beautiful oak treed lot. This 2,330 tons of closets & storage, dock w/lift & 16x34 heated lanai. This well-kept home has a foyer entrance w/a split plan,
sq. ft. of living area is offered at $289,900. pool. $624,900 WR1198B LR/DR, huge eat-in kit., double-paned windows, cooktop range,

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SPECTACULAR RUSAV
LAKE ROUSSEAU: Two homes for the price of one Beaullul ie .ioc.r .r, k..:
w/over 400'of water frontage. A 3/2/2 on the main masi r lui.t w is.n.r. arf,
lake & a guest cottage w/office, game room, laundry snc.iwr & dc.uDle vanr.,
facilities & BAs. Six RV sites that have dock space & island kitchen & breaktas
boat ramp. Too many features to list on this 1 acre intercom/radio system, s
property offered at $389,900. kitchen, Caretaker pool &


HOMOSASSA RIVERFRONT PARADISE: Stunning
water views abound in this 4/3.5/2 pool home.
Upgrades include Corian countertops, plantation
shutters, summer kitchen, family room, fireplace,
dock, lifts & on & on. Over 3,000 sq. ft. of fully
furnished luxury living on one of the prettiest rivers in
Florida. Offered at $1,150,000








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WOODLAND ESTATES: Beautiful stilt 3/2/4 home on
deep water canal to the Crystal River. Almost 2,000
sq. ft. of living area built in 2002 w/office/den & great
room that opens to sun deck facing the water, boat
dock & 10,000 lb. lift are just a few of the additional
features of this home offered at $550,000.


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ren & trilrs. rnd large .
j Masler BA na.n l lnl, lut1.
Fam.Iy rorr, en to allp r 11 l .. $:12r190 0 .iri l n r". : r I, .ni,.. ,: .
t area. Most rooms have YOUR WATERFRONT DREAM HOME. This spectacular 2- w/room for workbenches. New carpeting, large kitchen w/eat-in
security system. Summer story 3/2.5 + a den, built in 2000, sits on a crystal clear spring area, also separate dining room & formal living room, 20x14.
spa. $299,900 R4057B fed canal leading to the Crystal River & the Gulf. The main Call for an appt. R4022B





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OPEN FRON1 DOOR & SAY WOW! To ner nme .
renovations of this lovely pool home. Granite counters a l 1 ..i: ls
in kitchen, all new stainless appliances, custom hood L
highlights gourmet kitchen, Spanish style tile
w/inserts, beamed ceiling in family room, faux finished .,. -T
& bead board walls in some areas. Heated pool, new ..P. -.----m
landscaping, Ig. indoor laundry & auto, roll-up screen .,
door on garage. $287,000 R4037B THE PERFECT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY r ..-:
Inw .- ri . n rll" I-I l"f l ,lI d- r 1 r u, r,, C.-_:r
.i n .: r.. ir,, A up vir al it-,uclua a a,3 6 tn iuo.r,6. e
S: .,". rw/all equipment. Available (but not $189,900 buys you 6+ acres & 3 homes in Crystal River. 3
Spa e .:can d ed de patron dining is the canopied covered acre eah & additional acres zoned
.. -... ,I ,r..:i ,.r.:nes & speakers for outside music. Located for mobiles or site built homes. Bring your horses, parcel is
.. e ne, nir, r, patrons include customers of the strip fenced & secluded but not far from town. Great for a family
I:.,"e.I h I -:. .:1 J e department, passers by & neighboring com found M920B
le,sid,nl' ir,.: tIli-, 've tasted the food, they keep coming
b,:olII 'p.:il r.a-i,. knocking for that "Wannabe Chef" who
., I-, I ~, -..:.i .: o this lunch spot going at the pace it is... &
T.:.r.. Tr, iAl .1 I eased through the strip center. ASKING
I fVlUI& SPACIOUS SUGARMII I WOODS R or,me S39.900 31 l ,-e i.. more information. o


nq W.ide enlranr.e gara. Ki.r.ern rh c btrasia ltl bar Ig
pantry closet, desk & big eating nook viewing park-
like back yard. Open great room w/solar tube &
sliders which pocket away to screen lanai w/vinyl
windows, making this room useable most of the year.
Well for sprinklers, big indoor laundry & lots of
closets. $174,900 R4064B


L...: Ii.:. r. :ni pileact lot to build your dream home? Give
me a call and I'll be glad to give you a list of what's available.
I'M LOOKING FOR LISTINGSII All of mine but a few have
sold, and I need more. List with me and I will provide a FREE
One Year Home Warranty to your buyers at closing. OR.....Buy
a new home from me and I will provide YOU with a One Year
Home Warranty at closing.


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JERRY
HARTMAN
Realtor, GRI, CRS

office: (352) 795-2441
Home: (352) 382-2812

Website: www.jerryhartman.com
Email: jerryhartmansremav nwt


CRYSTAL RIVER WATERFRONT
Ths 4,2.5,,2 1990 nome csil on a canal w, argue boal
dock w/a new 10,000 Ib boat lift, new 30 yr. warranty
roof 12/04, great room w/fireplace, spacious kitchen,
1 yr Dasic home warranty in new onC cer5, Tihe nic:esl
walerlront nome ir, Crya.lai River at ihis price
#WR 1160jB $509,000


LECANTO 4.37 ACRES FENCED
Looking lor an afoirdaible 32 home pius lienced
acreage that i approved oror n sese? Ti, is iI' Lol
size s 300'x635 .louiEide storage building nas
releclrc k.icnen w.range. relrig 6 dsriwariher plu Itne
wasner & lrver slay too PR-049B $199,000




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CLEARVIEW ESTATES CUSTOM HOME
This 1998 home w/4/2.5/3 sits on an acre & is full of
beautiful upgrades! 3,170 sq. ft. living space, kitchen
w/dbl. oven, island w/Jenn-Air, Corian countertops &
breakfast nook overlooking the lanai & 12x40 heated
lap pool, custom cherry bookshelves in library.
#R4047B $499,000


N.E. CITRUS COUNTY WATERFRONT HOME
On 2 acres w/plenty of privacy, this 1991 home has
3/2.5 & lots of storage space. Canal goes into the
Withlacoochee River, Lake Rousseau & the Inverness
chain of lakes for some of the best fishing around.
Very affordable & ready a new family. #WR1183B
$219,000


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Scot


REALTOR" GRI, ABR
504 NE HWY. 19.
CRYSTAL RIVER, FL 34429
(352) 795-2441
www.scottsellsdreamhomes.com
Email- actioncl@aol.com


NICE INGLIS WATERFRONT HOME. 2+ BD & 1.5
BA. Tiled floors, screened porch, fireplace, carport &
lully lar.d.i:ape, Dock on deep water canal w nc.
bridge Ic' Gull o0 Mexico Ouiei relreat' Er1ny what
small lown I.ving has i.o her WRI 181tB $199.900


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ELEGANT PELICAN COVE LIVING. 2 BR 5 1 A
winnhouse v carpr n & s.orage geLa &,& RV parirn.
water access. clubrouse po,:'l & Ildried lennis co.urni
A jeauliiul loca.iion close ir o hn.pi[tal & s.ropping
RC.339B $149.900


VILLATERRACE Great looking mobile home in a
high & dry area. 4 BR, 2BA w/central heat/air, vinyl
siding, asphalt shingle roof & newly landscaped.
Situated in a country setting but still close to
everything. Price reduced, will sell fast! Hurry & take a
look! $79,900 M922B


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REMODELED! 3BR, 2BA doublewide mobile home
w/carport on .52 acres. New central heat & air, duct
work, tile, carpet, wallpaper & remodeled baths. Extra
room for office/den. The outside includes RV or boat
parking, screen porch, sprinklers, 2 sheds & Jacuzzi.
Won't last! $49,900 M934B


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2421 N. Lecanto Hwy.
Lecanto, FL 34461 2421 N. Lecanto Hwy., Lecanto, FL 34461
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"Pine Ridge Estates" ieatiures a reaujiiul 3 2 2 pluz
2 car delaChed gJrage Tr.hs :j003 ihrl.:n Un.erwoocd
nome ii ,n mini .,:.rn.ii..rn Beaulilul C:u ltor I ie &
stained glass windows included.Too much to list, but
hurry this one won't last at $275,000
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PINE RIDGE rome on 1 acre. 2 5.3. plus den
wv fireplace & a screened pool. Built by Cilrus
Hills in 2003 (Citrus Hills membership avail-
able) Lots of tile. Corian countertops. pickled
oak cabinels & more upgrades. R1863C
$324.900.


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VACANT LAND SPECIALS


Pine RideEstates
3 Acres 4335 N. Dodge City Dr.
3 Acres 3534 N. Stirrup Dr.
Golf Course Acre
5438 N. Elkcam Blvd.
Golf Course Acre
?375 W Blshrim Dr
1 i.:, 1 11 .' .;..:..:.oi Lane
i A.:r .i5 rir iu a.-i..o Terr.
1 5.: r I,: J 3 I : Cj .vood Terr.
1 A.:. '3 A1 'J lfS ..l'jt Rd.
1 A,.:. r6 Ati .Tl,-.-idra Dr.
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Brentwood wiin 2'22.2 Meliculously cared lor
with new paint inside & outside. new lile in
Dalrs, and decorarlve plant shell in great room
Denr.onice liln access to oversized 19x26i
Florida room Located near sports center. pool.
and goll club R1936C $174.900












DESIRABLE lotin the lovely gated
community of Brentwood Farms. L1595C
$45,000


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Dear John: Enclosed you strictly on his decorative
will find pictures of a appeal, I think he would sell in
parrot I have that the $100 to $200 range.
belonged to my mother for Dear John: I am enclosing a
years. picture of a knife I own, and
*The unusual thing about it is cannot find information about
the numbers en- I am hoping that
graved between his you can lead me in
claws, as you can the right direction.
see in the picture. ., I have searched
The back of the the public library,
bird is hollow, as if the Internet, writ-
it were used for a ten to knife clubs -
vase or planter. I all without a hint of
had a blue one also, success. You will
but unfortunately, it .note that next to the
was broken while John Sikorski manufacturer's
cleaning it, which I name is a drawing
felt terrible about SIKORSKIS of what I assume is
Could you give ATTIC a squirrel. I have
me any information seen similar knives
about this piece? It is ceramic with a puma, but never a squir-
and about 10-1/2 inches tall. rel.
J.L.H., Inverness To help you, the knife is 13
Dear J.LH.: The parrot has inches long, has a stag handle
a good, decorative look Are with brass tang and rivets. The
you sure it is ceramic? The sheath is leather and scuffed
number between his claws is as noted. The blade of the
likely an inner-factory nota- knife is in much better condi-
ition perhaps relative to model tion than the sheath.
number. I wish you had includ- If you can point me to any
ed a photograph of his back publication that might lead me
where the hollow area is. Are to the value of this knife- I
his eyes part of the mold, or would appreciate it LH.,
are they inset glass? Based Crystal River


This parrot could be worth
between $100 and $200.

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Knife category, your knife is
low on the totem pole. You
might check the following site:
http://www.knifecenter.com/kn
ifecenter/eickhorn/
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I think you would be lucky to
get from $100 to $150.
Dear John: Can you give me
an idea .what history and the
value of the vase in the photo
is? We know my husband's
grandmother had it in her
home since at least 1920. It is
12 inches tall, and is in excel-
lent condition, without any
chips or nicks. Your comments
are much appreciated. R.B.,
Internet
Dear RB.: You have a beau-
tifully hand-painted porcelain
vase in the Art Nouveau style
produced circa 1890-1910. The
Nippon mark on.the bottom is


the Japanese word for Japan.
Use of the word Nippon in
trademarks was dropped in
1920 and replaced with the
word 'Japan." Nippon-marked
decorative wares are a specif-
ic category of collector inter-
est Current potential dollar
value is in the $500 range.
Dear John: I have been lis-
tening Saturday mornings to
your radio show, but have not
been able to connect due to
the busy signal, which means
that you are providing good
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WATERFRONT PROPERTIES 3 CONTIGUOUS
PARCELS
Each has 100' on the Water & measures 100' x 450'
Hartman Path (Paved Road) Hernando
WB24800 $59,900 Each or $179,900 for All Three


Wm. Roth Construction Corp., GREAT 1 ACRE HOMESITE LAKE GARDEN
has Six (6) Great Plans to Choose From! Dunnellon Just Minutes From Lake & River!
12120 N. Lake Garden Dr. LG248AP $49,900
FABULOUS 1.10 ACRE (MOL) BUILDING SITE
The Sandree Plan Hills Country Side Estates Inverness
1642 S. Valerie Pt. IN248CM $52,900
S" The Sandree
is a 3/2/2 Home TWO SEPARATE BEAUTIFUL & LEVEL 2 ACRE SITES
1,388 Sq. Ft. of Living Space EACH HAS 2 BACK TO BACK LOTS 133' X 664' (MOL)
and 2,117 Total Sq. Ft. W. Native Dancer Ct. Suburban Estates Dunnellon
CM248N1 & CM248N2 Each Listed at $110,000
.GREAT, LEVEL ONE (1) ACRE (MOL) BUILDING SITE
:W. Easy Goer Court Suburban Estates Dunnellon
The Tiffany Plan CM 248EG $60,000
The Tiffany WOODED & LEVEL HOMESITE 3.99 ACRE (MOL)
is a 3/2/2 Home .: Walking Distance to Canal Which


Five (5) B Pn to C 0


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The Ranch


3/2/2 Home
1,450 Sq. Ft.
of Living Space
2,444 Sq..Ft. Under Roof


1,848 Sq. Ft. of Living Space .;- Leads to Withlacoochee River. 1,600 SqF. Lim ,
and 2,685 Total Sq. Ft. .. 10946 N. Perkins Path Dunnellon of Living Space
CM248PP $100,000 2,214 Sq. Ft. Under Root









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Air and a Fenced Yard wir Shed Greal Prce ?ur a Nr..e Home' Tr Pr perry Partiaii% Lend caped & Pariridl, F rned W-ni Lai, I1 Tr;
S;-, ,DW248KC S77.500. Pre PGJt.CS S104.900.

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This 2002 Built Home is Like New! Move Right in to
This Extremely Well Maintained 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath
Home, with a 1-Car Garage. Features Include an
Open, Split Floor Plan, Large Living Room, Guest -' .
Bedroom, Dining Area, Breakfast Bar and Lots of
Tile. A Great Bonus Room was Added in 2004. All AMBERPLACE 7619 CTR SPRINGS BLVD.
9500 W. DAVY WAY rl:e BloExcep om Bedroom, 2 Bath C itrus Springs home, currentlyr 0 SO undeF






Cuee 2il Homea wih Aiarner Carporl. Located n Calrus Sprlngs. Llon, Sprti e S he eatures Inlude an open, split floor plan with living
Fe ,lure Incl ude a Large Living R oom 8 D ining R oom. LL u rdr v U nder .pi ,l n,;e. Fie 151 C eilinq Fan Pallo 5 Ihe K~ l,: r n B jl ,",r e Krp ,1:1ed






Partially Landscaped and has Lawn Sprinklers.ll Shed Great Prnce or r N e T Propepry ie Psrl,311, L&sndw.pe, r Parltallg Frmrkeh Wdi m I L 1 ai Tcar
8872 N. MENDOZA AVE, $ Cf2 C
This 2002 Built Home is Like New! Move Right in to ..
This Extremely Well Maintained 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath .. ....
Home, with a 1-Car Garage. Features Include anh oro mai b a clh
Open, Split Floor Plan, Large Living Room, Guest$ 185
Bedroom, Dining Area, Breakfast Bar and Lots of 7
Tile. A Great Bonus Room was Added in 2004. All 2365 AMBER PLACE
Major Appliances are Included. The Property is Exceptionall spacious 4/2/1 family home located on a great corner lot. Exceptional 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Citrus Springs home, currently under
Features a formal dining room, tiled kitchen, large living room & family construction. The home features include an open, split floor plan with living
Partially Landscaped and has Lawn Sprinklers. room, new carpet & includes all appliances. Central water & sewer. A room, family room, gourmet kitchen, dining room, a screened lanai & 2-car
truly beautiful home with a decorator touch & It has been maintained by garage. All appliances are included. The property has a sprinkler system.
MC248MA $135,000. the original owner. KK248AP. $139,900. CD248MC. $198,500.


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fireplace. Open kitchen to both living room and family room. A lot of home with over 2,200 sq.
ft. of living space. $209,900 24802DH


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WHAT A SETTING FOR THIS 1997 FORMER MODEL HOME. Sitting on 1 Acre this country style Front
Porch home has 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Large Living Room, With Sunny Family Room. Large Lanai overlooks
the pool with a 20 x 10 work shop. Beautifully landscaped with curbs around it with a variety of flowers &
plants. $279,900 24802EK


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WELLTAKEN CARE OF HOME in Desirable Location. Beautifully Landscaped Regency Model. Living Room, HARD TO FIND NEW 4 BEDROOM HOME with 2 Bath, 2 Car Garage plus Living & Family Room. Open
Family Room, 2BR/2BA/2CG. Large Rooms, Lots of Closet Space, Dual Closets in Master. Newer Vinyl Siding & Kitchen with Breakfast Nook & Formal Dining Room. Large Covered Lanai, Master Bedroom with Garden Tub &
Roof in 2000. $129,900 24802DX Walk-in-Closet. We have 2 Left Only $229,900. 24802EM
Roof in 2000. $129,900 24802DX Walk-in-Closet. We have 2 Left. Only $229,900. 24802EM


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area with attached Laundry Room, Carport with Storage
Shed area Fenced in back yard, freshly painted outside.
$77,900. 24802EH


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THIS HOME HAS BIG LOT FOR BIG HOME 2BR/2BA/2CG, THIS 3BR/2BA Pool Home sits on One Acre w/above ground pool
Living Room, Family Room, Plus Screened Room. Home Has w/Barn & Fenced in Yard. Home includes Living Room, Formal Dining
Circle Drive, Walk-in Closet. Priced To Sell. $114,900 Room, & Family Room w/Fireplace plus Glassed In Florida Room that
24802EE leads to a covered Patio. $95,900 MH12480


I CITRUS COUNTY LOTS FOR SALE


SCS72802


CHARMING 1BR/1BA W/ LARGE BONUS
ROOM For A Spare & Covered Carport. Good
Area, Close to Shopping, Clean & Tidy. $63,500
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$29,900


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Citrus Springs


CS71802 $29,900 10030 Quarry Dr. Citrus Springs .25
CS68802 $33,900 7349 N. Santos. Dr. Citrus Springs .33
CS67802 $34,500 Elkcam & Cacti Citrus Springs .3
CS75802 $39,900 9211 N. Citrus Springs Blvd. Citrus Springs .25
CS76802 $39,900 9209 N. Citrus Springs Blvd. Citrus Springs .25
CS66802 $99,000 2718 W. Gardenia Dr. Citrus Springs Golf Course
CS65802 $109,000 1911 W. Golfcart Lane Citrus Springs Golf Course


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& breaKiasi nooK. Eicnea Frencn entry doors,
formal dining, large master suite w/ deep
garden tub & walk-in shower. 2000 sq. ft LA.
$249,000 HA.139


SUGARMILL WOODS Ef cu.Iru jl.
Spacious 3/2 P6ol Home on oversized cul-de-sac
lot. Light colored carpeting and kitchen cabinets.
New AC-1 year. Oversized 2- car garage. Pool with
new pump & Diamond Brite finish. Many nice
features must see to appreciate MLS#SD1093
$219.500.


CITRUS HILLS FAIRVIEW ESTATES. P-lt
n l.-nI- JUM 1b alli' llR:-:i' ;p lorir larq-.
aen could be rounn Dearoom, alrllr. ri.:.m.
breakfast nook, 30x15 solar heated pool,
green house, 230 sq. ft workshop, security
system, sprinklers, fenced, mature
landscaping all of this on 1 acre. A must see.
$299,000 LEBI102
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FOREST RIDGE VILLA Greal
location, Won't last long, this SUGARMILL WOODS- Nice charming 2BR
2BR/2BA villa is close to shopping. 2BA home. Shows very well. Enclosed lanai
Enjoy the clubhouse and community w/ screen patio, living, dining family rm w/
pool, Exterior maintenance and lawn upgraded appliances. 1915 LA
care. Callrtoday. $114,900 MC103 $159.500 HAM401







CHARMING HOME IN INVERNESS CRYSTAL RIVER 3/2 mobile home
HIGHLANDS WEST on double lot. 2/2 with 1036 Florida Room, nice front
den and Florida room, separate two car porch, shed & workshop, beautiful
carport and hobby room, patios and partially half-acre w/oak trees. $82,900.
fenced yard. Too many extras to mention. AM3
GMG106 HAM386


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Administrative Broker Associate
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CRYSTAL RIVER Commrnierera :,nic I CRYSTAL OAKS- 3 3 2 pc-:i roman. Pine
oDuildng features 2,158 .q. ft. panrtll n & Hurst modei lIeaurrg I. rmai! !Ing a.r.ng
private offices. Next to Chamber of room w/pool view, family room, plant
Commerce. Good visible location, plenty of shelving, large lanai, heated pool, very
parking Owner-lerrnms $299.000. HAM391 ni.e $188.500 HAM 03


OAK RIDGE POOL HOME. '.:.u mu-, iii Irn.
38R + cen, 36A, 2GG nreatea pool nome,
beautifully situated on a large landscaped cul-
de-sac. Open kitchen w/corian countertops &
skylight. Master bath w/Jacuzzi tub. Screened
pool lanai w/summer kitchen. And much much
more. $295,000 MLS #1014


10.9 CLEARED ACRES wv nvew uslom
built 3/2 home. Family room w/tireplace,
split floor plan, vaulted ceilings. Many nice
amenities. Truly a unique property.
GMG104. $314.900


2003 3 BR/2BA Jacobson manufactured
home. Over 2,100 sq. ft. of living area.
Loaded w/upgrades, wood cabinets,
laminated floors, ceramic tiles in the
bathroom & much more. Call today!
SCP1020 $115,000


LIVING ON EASY STREET Ranch... 2/2
fireplace, open kitchen. 1.6 acres fenced and
crossed fenced. Great location. Relax on the
porch by the 24' AG pool. Call today for more
information. $122,900 MC104


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5 ACRES w/immaculate 3/2 home just
north of Crystal River. Sit in your 11x30
Florida Room & watch the deer & fox.
Priced to sell. $259.000. GMG105


HOMOSASSA Like new & close to town!
Move-in condition. Beautiful 2003 Homes of
Merit MH. 3 bedroom/2 bath on 2 lots. Open &
bright. Island kitchen. Master bath w/garden tub
& etched windows MLS SD1090 $74,900


HOMOSASSA L.:.vetlv 'BR IBA Flrerw.ood .SW
MH In nice quiet rnelgnboririoo. Open an briglni.
Large living room and kitchen with eat-in area and
bay window. Plenty of storage and work room.
Plus nice 10x15 Family Room, indoor laundry and
large bathroom(room to add garden tub if you
like). Very nice and well maintained. 16x18 shop-
nice but needs new roof. $52,900 SD1095


COUNTRY PRIVACY lusi Norlh or
Crystal River. Sit in rme screened porch
and watch the squirrels and birds play in
the spacious half acre yard surrounded by
oak trees. Immaculate 2BR/2BA mobile
home with bright open floor plan. 2 year
old roof, new hot water heater, 6 year old
heat and air. Workshop and lawn storage
shed $77,500 GMG101


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CRYSTAL RIVER 3/2 DW on 1.32 32
acres (mol). Wheel chair accessible. It HOMOSASSA BANK OWNED, 1999
has been remodeled inside, on the front Doublewide 3/2, 1560 sq. ft. Large
you have a screen porch, outback you master bedroom and bath with garden
have a sundeck, lots of room, carport, tub. Cathedral ceiling, great location,
partially fenced, located on a paved shed. Won't last long, priced to sell at
road. $84.900 LEB104 $69,500. MC105


S BRIGHT 3/2 Fleetwood
doublewide on 1.25 acres, nice
front deck & rear patio, split
floor plan, partially fenced
yard. Homosassa area.
$84,900. GMG103


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bedroom, 2 bath Homes of Merit closet, utility room, dining/ living room split floor plan, 14x60 single wide with
manufactured home with a 1 car w/ fireplace, 2 decks w/ sliding doors, roof over, 11 x40 screen porch, 1 0x1 5
detached garage, a 1 car carport and fenced across back with fully wired, enclosed back porch, RV storage area,
a 9 X 8 metal building. Call today to partitioned and A/C barn. Must see. carport, utility shed, close to town.

Nviewv this home' $59,900 SCP1 019 $139,500 Ham398 $5,0.LEB105








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grass thrive if it is planted in
the wrong place.
Every time you mow your
lawn you put stress on your
grass. There is a direct rela-
tionship between mowing
height and root depth. Mowing
higher promotes deeper root
growth, and deeper root
growth makes your grass more
draught tolerant An average
mowing height for most grasses
in this area is 3-1/2 inches. Dull
lawnmower blades also stress
the lawn by causing excessive


damage, and can
cause your lawn to
turn a brownish
color. It is wise to
sharpen your blade
every month. Of
course, in the win-
ter and spring
months, your grass
won't need mowing
pragg as often, so it is the
ST ideal time to do
rIONS maintenance on
your mower.
Proper watering
practices also have a large
impact on your lawn's health.
The best time of day to water is
in the early morning, so the
grass will have time to dry and
absorb the needed water.
Longer infrequent watering is
better for your lawn than fre-


quent short watering. Short,
frequent watering promotes
shallow root growth, which
dries out quickly, causing a
weak lawn. One inch of water
weekly is generally sufficient
for most Florida lawns,
although in the-winter three-
fourths of an inch weekly is suf-
ficient Too much watering will
lead to root rot, fungal disease
and promotes dollar weed in
turf grasses. It is also helpful to
install a rain sensor onto your
sprinkler system to prevent it
from coming on during periods
of rain. Now is the time to
apply fertilizer to your lawn.
A slow-release, granular fer-
tilizer applied in the spring
and fall is all any lawn should
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CHERs HARRIS
charris@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
otted Easter lilies
don't have to die in
the trash bin after
they finish blooming.
With their waxy,
white petals, elegant fra-
grance and propensity for
multiplying, there is no rea-
son not to move them from the dining
room table to the flowerbed.
Bruce Ide, the horticulture agent for
the Citrus County Cooperative
Extension Service, said to keep a pot-
ted Easter lily healthy until it finishes
blooming indoors,
make sure it is in When the E;
bright light but
not full sun. finished bloo
It is also impor- in a bright sl
tant to keep the
plant from drying the soil with
out without
overwatering. inches c
A potted Easter
lily with wilted leaves could be a sign
of root rot
Because many potted Easter lilies
come in decorative sleeves with no
drainage holes, Ide recommended
either punching a hole in the bottom of
the sleeve to allow excess water to
drain through or removing the sleeve
while you water the plant
To avoid yellow stains on tablecloths
or carpet, cut the yellow anthers from
the center of the blossoms before the
pollen starts to shed.
When the Easter lily has finished
blooming, plant it in a bright spot and
cover the soil with about three inches
of mulch.
New growth will have no problem
pushing through that much mulch, Ide
said.
Don't cut the stalk back until it has
died down and turned brown in the
late summer or early fall.


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"What you want to do is, you want
the plant to put as much energy into
the bulb as you can," he said.
For lilies that need to be thinned,
Ide said, the best time to move the
bulbs is when you cut back the stalk If
you move them in January or February
when their first green shoots pop out,
they might not bloom that year.
Though Easter lilies are popular
around their namesake holiday, they
do not bloom naturally in the spring.
They are forced to bloom in March in a
controlled greenhouse environment
They typically bloom in June or
later.
Other lilies
Bulbs of any member of the lily fami-
ly can be planted in the fall or early
spring, including native Florida rain
lilies, Gloriosa lilies and daylilies.
Ide said rain lilies get their name
because it takes rainfall to make them
bloom.
"Interestingly, irrigation doesn't
work," he said.
ster lily has "Don't ask me
why.
ning, plant it Rain lilies grow
ot and cover in the moist flat-
woods of north
about three and central
Florida and into
f mulch. the Panhandle in
part shade to part
sun.
Diana Welsh, owner of Green Gate
Nursery in Dunnellon, said she grows
the rain lilies that she sells.
"They kind of multiply," Welsh said,
"and that's how I've gotten them."
Rain lilies grow in shades of white,
yellow, pink, rose, red and orange.
Welsh said the ones she raises are
light purple.
To plant rain lily bulbs, Welsh rec-
ommended leaving the neck of the
bulb out of the ground.
Though some wild rain lilies are
flowering now, she said hers haven't
started yet.
"They bloom when they want to,"
she said.
She grows rain lilies in a mix of sand
and potting soil, and she rarely fertil-
izes them.
"It's like, I don't spoil any of my
plants," she said, "because they've got


BRIAN LaPETER/Chronicle
Rain lilies, also known as zephyr allies, are native to Florida. The rain lilies pictured
abpve grow wild on the grounds of the Chronicle office in Crystal River, but some
nurseries raise them.
to live in this Florida sand." Ide said that he has seen daylilies
Daylilies are also low-maintenance, growing wild.
They come in a variety of colors, Because daylilies tend to multiply,
including yellow, red and orange. Brown recommended planting
Helen Brown, owner of Helen's daylilies in a separate flowerbed and
Nursery & Rock Yard in Homosassa dividing them in the spring.
said that while almost any white lily The Gloriosa lily is a member of the
will get brown spots on the petals if it lily family, but it is also a vine. Ide said
is growing in full sun, the brightly col- the exotic Gloriosa blossoms range in
ored daylilies are better suited for color from yellow to orange and yellow.
bright sunlight. He recommended planting Gloriosa
She said they start blooming in mid- lilies about two to three inches deep.
April and continue throughout the As with most members of the lily
summer, family, Ide said, Gloriosa lilies grow
Daylilies should be watered about well in moist well-drained soil amend-
once a week until they become estab- ed with organic matter in sun to part
lished, Brown said, but they should shade.
need very little attention, except dur- He said most lilies benefit from fer-
ing drought conditions. tilizer for perennials or annuals.


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Property transaction infor-
mation is supplied to the
Chronicle by the Citrus County
Property Appraiser's Office.
Call 341-6600 with questions.
Seller: Wood Ronald E & Myra A
Buyer: Rigney Levi E & Mary R
Price: $177500
Addr: Sugarmill Woods: 00168 Cypress
Blvd
Description: Sugarmill Woods Cypress VIg
Pb 9 Pg 86 Lot 21 BIk 89
Seller: Orlik Henry F & Nancy J
Buyer: Ripley Michael D & Elizabeth H
Price: $154000
Addr: Sugarmill Woods: 00008
Speceberry Cir
Description: Sugarmlll Woods Cypress VIg
Pb 9 Pg 86 Lot 4 BIk 30
Seller: Jones Dennis D & Karen R
Buyer: Schulz Willi A & Herta
Price: $160000
Addr: Sugarmill Woods: 00033 Hemlock
Ct
Description: Sugarmill Woods Cypress VIg
Pb 9 Pgs 86-150 Lot 10 Blk 119
Seller: Hopper William E
Buyer: Smith Terry A
Price: $14500
Addr: Sugarmlll Woods: 06040 W Oak
Park Blvd
Description: Sugarmill Woods Oak VIg Pb
9 Pg 86 Lot 3 Blk 161
Seller: Lexington Homes Inc
Buyer: Stalzer Joseph J & Margie D
Price: $33000
Addr: Sugarmll Woods: 00007 Mayten Ct
Description: Sugarmill Woods Cypress VIg
Pb 9 Pg 86 Lot 13 Blk 35
Seller: Lexington Homes Inc
Buyer: Stalzer Joseph J & Margie D
Price: $33000


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Addr: Sugarmill Woods: 00005 Mayten Ct
Description: Sugarmilll.Woods Cypress Vig
Pb 9 Pg 86 Lot 14 Blk 35
Seller: National Recreational
Buyer: Steslak James C & Tralce R
Price: $32000
Addr: Sugarmill Woods: 00027 Salntpaulla
St
Description: Sugarmll Woods Oak Vlg Pb
10 Pg 10 Lot 29Blk 222
Seller: Thurmon Donald E & Doris J
Buyer: Sweetwater Homes Of Citrus Inc
Price: $13000
Addr: Sugarmill Woods: 00046 Birchtree
St
Description: Sugarmill Woods Oak VIg Pb


10 Pg 10 Lot 30 Blk 165
Seller: Johnson Evelyn R
Buyer: Sweetwater Homes Of Citrus Inc
Price: $13000
Addr: Sugarmll Woods: 00018 Gerbera
Ct
Description: Sugarmlll Woods Oak VIg Pb
9 Pg 86 Lot9 Blk 170
Seller: Nalband Carole D
Buyer: Zinno Charles J
Price: $20000
Addr: Sugarmlll Woods: 00012 Mastic Ct
Description: Sugarmlll Woods Cypress VIg
Pb 9 Pg 86 Lot 20 Blk 130
Seller: Chancey Bertha


Buyer: Abner Donald L & Carole H
Price: $4000
Addr: West County: 05350 S Memorial Dr
Description: New Homosassa Village Pb 4
Pg 92 Lot 119
Seller: Culotta Alexander
Buyer: Acme Homes II Inc
Price: $10500
Addr: West County: 06143W Patriot St
Description: Heritage Acres Unit 2 Pb 11
Pg 114 Lot 43
Seller: Doolln Gary D & Sharon D
Buyer: Americans River Rendezvous Inc
Price: $130000
Addr: West County: 01594 W High Acres
St


Description: Casons High Acres Unrec
Sub W1/2 Of Parcel 41 & Easm In Or Bk
955 Pg 284: Beg At S1/4 Cor Of Frac Sec
1-20-18,TnN 89
Seller: Doolin Gary D & Sharon D
Buyer: Americans River Rendezvous Inc
Price: $130000
Addr: West County: 01650 W High Acres
St
Description: Casons High.Acres Unrec
Sub Lot 13a: Beg At 51/4 Cor Of Frac Sec
1-20-18, Tn S 89 Deg 29m 50s W Al S Ln Of
Sd Fra C Sec
Seller: Lewin George
Buyer: Americans River Rendezvous Inc
Price: $220000
Addr: West County: 07089 W Cardinal St

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surrounding pool. Upgraded whirlpool appliances in kitchen, gas range
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Expanded Westbury by Rusaw. Tiki bar w/summer kitchen, 1,600 sq.
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work out room w/A/C in pool cabana area. California closets, gas fire-
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game rm, 16 X 26, with air & bar refrig. Mini golf course, Bache & horse
shoes. Private well for pool & irrigation. Huge lanai with summer kit that
is great for entertaining or large family. All appliances less than 5 yrs old.
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steel", tiled backsplash, 2 refrigerators, corian countertops, tiled
floor, cherry cabinets, sky light,.large eating area, beautiful view of
back yard. Oversized laoai, oak floors in living room & dining room.
Upgraded carpeting- gorgeous elevation & landscaping. Citrus Hills
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WHAT AREYOU WAITING FOR? THIS OLDER HOME HAS WITHSTOODTHE THE FARM WITH THE WHITE PICKET INVESTORS TAKE NOTE! Trn pa.cul r,,;
WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? THSOLDEHOFENCE REALLY DOES EXIST mobile homes (no value); 3 septic systems and
fisherman's delight! Your own dock TEST OFTIMES WITH FLYING right here in Floral City. This 1 heavy duty deep well and ALL 3 permitted
d t COLORS. Per Seller New home has had an extreme thru the county in 1980. Heavily
and at ramp. Easy roof Dec. 2003. This 3BR2BA makeover inside and out. l treed with pines, very secluded
access to the HernandO is HUGE and sits on almost 1/2 Ceramic tile throughout as well from street. An abundance of
chain of lakes. 2BR/1BA acre. Home offers a bonus as new appliances and heat opportunity here. PLEASE DO
doublewide at an sewing or craft room, city water, pump. Property features include NOT ENTER THE MOBILE
affordable $68,000. Call end 2 hot water heaters.. (2) 1 acre paddocks with small HOMESI (For liability reasons). ,t
affordable $68,000. Call and 2 hot water heaters.(2 stall) barn. This home has IMPACT FEES PAID. Seller may
Compliments of the seller anaPere of Stagecoach Ranch Estates. If iana ere special road assessment with full DianaPerz
PR0052. 5a2 P. DSP166 $149,90e sRE0,rr seclusion is what you desire... --1115 price.offer. DSP163 S94,500 352-238-1115
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THIS LOVELY IMPERIAL EXECUTIVE 2BR/2BA/2 CAR GORGEOUS DESCRIBESTHIS UNIQUE L 3BR2BA/3 CAR 10 ACRE RANCH! WOW-WE Lookie here now. Bring
GARAGE has a family room w/stone fireplace, enclosed GARAGE splitfloor plan Pine Ridge pool home sited on +ac. the horses, bring Betsy the cow. Here lies a very nice
Florida room under heat & air currently w/2300+ sq.living area. Entertain in this 3BR/2BA, 1996 Fleetwood Springhill model one owner
used as office/den.Tile & parquet floors outstanding home Brand new maple mobile home sitting on a 5 acre parcel
throughout. Eat-in kitchen, dining rm, cabinets, granite countertops, tile firs., new with the ability to add an additional
living rm, abundant storage, inside hrdwd. firs.in LRDR & owners suite! New home on the adjoining 5 acre homesite
laundry rm, extra large bedrooms, new HVAC! Healed Jacuzzi in MB. Heated included in the ae for a total of 10
roof 205, new screened in front porch (gas) 24x14 caged inground pool. Part of acres. Also included is a 12x16 work-
12-04, newer (within 3 yrs) appliances, the lanai s enclosed wheat & air to make shop w/220 & 110 power and additional
Trane HVAC w/electronic air cleaner, a den/ofc. Formal LR & DR plus family 8x10 shed. This home has a new well
windows, storage shed in rear yard.The room. Barrel tile roof, RV prkg w/220. with great water and a covered carport.
list goes on...sold as is with right to uEA Landscaped &fenced, wAwell for sprinkler anrrFUS A HOME WARRANTY INCLUDEDI
inspect $133,500. #AF00705 system and much more! See Realtorcom REATOR DR1205M $169,900 nDOUs REEB
for visual tour. $354,900 AF088. REALTaRe


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BEAUTIFULLY MAINTAINED 2BR/2BA/2 CAR BEAUTIFULLY REMODELED 2BR
GARAGE in a great Beverly Hills mobile home on a landlocked canal.
neighborhood. This family are This home has a great
the original owners and the enclosed porch on the
home was only used for, enclosed porch on the
vacations. Upgrades include front & a 20x14 carport.
Florida Room, screen porch, This would make a great
water filters, lightning rod starter home or a place to
system, screened garage, retire and relax! A
gutters and much much more. DEFINITE MUST SEE!! LOU MIEL
Home warranty included also!! LM5003. $49,900 REALTOR
LM5004. $139,000.


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3BR/2BA/2 CAR GARAGE inground HARD TO FIND 3BR/2BA HOME COME TAKE A LOOK BEFORE ITS MAGNIFICENT BLACK DIAMOND HOME-SITE
pool, 8 ft. deep, wood burning ON 2 LOTS with work GONE. Home has been completely This exceptional home-site is
fireplace, new Pergo shed, bonus room and remodeled inside and.out. Black Diamond Ranch's world
floors, tiled eat-in kitchen, screened back porch. Ready for you to move famous Quarry Course.
split-plan, newer Won't last long for only right in. Won't last in this Surrounded by peacefulness and
appliances, newer A/C in $119,000 BKN0123. Call market for only $123,000. golf course living at it's finest.
2000. Vaulted ceilings, for your appointment Call for your appointment Purchase of membership is NOT
fenced yard, cultured today. Becky Norman today. BKN0124 Becky requi red with this property,
marble tops in bathroom. ^u (352 212-7217. nStormln NORMAN Norman (352) 212-7217. -smtormlnBI closing. $140,000 (MLS#RWP20) RetP
TS0079 $192,000closing. $140,000 (MLSRWP2
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TOP OFTHE LINE 2002 JACOBSON 3BR/2BA A CLEARING INTHE WOOD!
DW MFG HOME ON 1/2 ACRE. Ceramic tiled Homosassa River boat launch
kitchen & baths. Living room accented with 2BR/2BA split plan mfg home
arched windows & fireplace. & workshop, all under dbl
Master boasts 8x10 walk-in closet aluminum roof-over. Central
& large bath with double sinks & H/A. Immaculate home with
vanity. Eat-in Country kitchen with glass top range, knotty pine
pantry wall & hutch area.2nd bath counter topsgreat location.
Room to park boat & backyard
with solar light. Screened lanai 880 area. No flooding history.
overlooks fenced backyard. Home owner & flood Ins. .
Double carport. End-of-street currently $764/year. AC0442
privacy. AC0445 $107,000 ART CAROLHAC $62,000
EALTRS $62,000


SPECTACULAR BEVERLY HILLS HOME
This charming 2BR/1BA/1 car garage is just what
you've been looking for! This home
features ceramic tile in kitchen,
bathroom, and dining area. Bonus
room on back has been converted
into family room with central air, and
screened porch leads to spacious,
fenced in back yard. This home also
features newer carpeting, cathedral
ceilings, sprinkler system, and even
a home warranty! Call Robert Poth
for more details! (MLS#RWP21) RobertS Pot


S,1/2 mile from 3BR/2BA MFG HOME ON 1 ACRE, RENTAL INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY OWNER FINANCED 3BR/25A DBL-WIDE MFG
.1993 Jacobson SUBDIVIDED FOR 2 HOMES, featuring AT A GREAT LOCATION. 7 acres with HOME ON 1 ACRE. Split BR plan with large
with screen porch large island kitchen with built-ins, central pond & 6 rental units. (2 homes & 4 bedrooms & walk-in closets. New carpet. 30'
stereo, new carpet & large mobiles) all on central water. screen porch + Florida room.
B/R's, all with walk-ins. All units have dedicated Over 1750 sq. ft. under roof. Lot is
Exterior features new roof '03, septics & electric. (2) units fenced & home sets well back
landscaping, sprinkler sys., owner occupied, remaining 4 from paved street. Quick
sidewalks, paved circular
drive, scren porch, sun deck are rented, 3 with long-term occupancy. Terms: 1/3 down, 7%
& detached 2-(.r garage with tenants. Grounds are cleared interest, 3 yr. balloon & good
10 x 20 workshop extension. & mowed with various utility credit report. Needs some work.
'..... AC0440 $105,000 MarncaROLeIam buildings. AC0436 $200,000 arTc aRO i HT Sold as-is. AC0428 $74,000 AMuoRnmaic
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Description: Homosassa Gdns Pb 4 Pg
137: The N 297 Ft Of Lot 1 Title In Or Bk


1315 Pg 217 -And- The S 138 Ft Of Lot Sub Lot 13a: Beg At S1/4 Cor Of Frac Sec
1 Title In Or 1-20-18, Tn S 89 Deg 29m 50s W Al S Ln Of
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Seller: Doolln Gary D & Sharon D
Buyer: Americans River Rendezvous Inc
Price: $130000
Addr: West County: 01630 W High Acres
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Description: Casons High Acres Unrec


Seller: Doolln Gary D & Sharon D
Buyer: Americans River Rendezvous Inc
Price: $130000
Addr: West County: 01664 W High Acres
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Description: Casons High Acres Unrec
Sub Lot 14a East 1/2: Corn At S1/4 Cor Of
Frac Sec 1, Th S 89 Deg 29m 50s W Al S Ln
332.50 Ft To
Seller: Wilson Robert E & Charlynne E
Buyer: Babcock Jeremy D & Amy L
Price:$17700
Addr: West County: 03315 S Michigan


Blvd
Description: Unit 5 Of Homosassa Pb 1 Pg
47 Lots 14, 15 & 16 Blk 224
Seller: Baxter John Warner
Buyer: Barnett Henry B Jr & Melodye L
Price: $427000
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get including riding mower & lawn equipment, decking, new lighting, fenced and partially is used as a rental. 4BR, 1990, 27x66 with a
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need.
A slow-release nitrogen fer-
tilizer is less likely to cause
burn when applied. Slow-
release fertilizers cost more,
but last twice as long as water-
soluble sources.
Always read the label before
applying fertilizer. Make sure it
is blended for your type of lawn
or landscape plants, and know
how much it will cover in
square feet
Too much fertilizer used for
"greening-up" your lawn is bad
for the health of your. lawn. A
yellow lawn may only need an


iron supplement, not more
nitrogen.
In order to protect our
springs, lakes and ponds, leave
a minimum of 10 feet between
the area being fertilized and
water bodies or sinkholes.
Sweep up any fertilizer that
lands on driveways, streets or
sidewalks and place it on the
lawn to prevent the fertilizer
from entering our water system
through runoff.
The months of October and
November are the ideal times
to apply herbicide to your lawn
for weed control. There are
many different types available,
so be sure you the right type for
your lawn.
Always read the label care-
fully before applying because


you can cause severe damage
to your lawn if not applied cor-
rectly. Some herbicides (weed
killer), can take from two to
four weeks to be effective, so
be patient.
By following these simple
guidelines, you should be able
to enjoy healthy lawn that will
survive the extremes of sum-
mer

Tom Spragg is a
state-certified pest control
operator, and is owner
of Citrus Pest Control Inc.,
which has served Citrus
County for more than 10 years.
He may be reached at 637-
0037, or by e-mail at
cpest@tampabay.rr.com.


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month.
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rents for $775 a month.
S2 Bedroom, 2 Bath home on Murray St. Home rents for $650 a month.
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Extension service slates workshop


Special to the Chronicle
All are invited to an all-day
workshop about Florida-
Friendly Landscaping- from 8
a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April
30, at the Citrus County
Canning Center in Lecanto.
A continental breakfast and
a light lunch will also be.
included.
The canning center is at 3405
W. Southern St in Lecanto,
which is off County Road 491,
just north of State Road 44. The
Citrus County Cooperative
Extension, Florida Yards and
Neighborhoods Program is
coordinating this workshop.
Programs and activities
offered are available to all per-
sons without regard ;to race,

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color, handicap, sex, religion or
national origin.
For persons with disabilities
requiring special accommoda-
tions, contact our office at least
five working days prior to the
program so that proper consid-
eration may be given to the
request
For the hearing impaired,
call the Florida Relay Center
at (800) 955-8771.
After lunch from 12:30 to 2
p.m., there will be three infor-
mation sessions, topics includ-
ed will be: bluebirds, compost-
ing barrels, and rain harvest-
ing with rain barrels. From 2 to
4 p.m., there are optional
"make and take sessions" in
which participants can choose
to make and take home a blue-


bird nest box ($8), composting
barrel ($30) or a rain barrel
($20). The cost of this workshop
is $15 per person, which
includes breakfast, lunch and
all informational sessions from
8 a.m. until 2 p.m.
The $15 per person preregis-
tration fee is required to be
able to attend this workshop.
To receive a registration form,
call the Citrus County
Cooperative Extension Office
at 726-2141 or stop by the office
at 3600 S. Florida Ave. (U.S. 41
next to the Citrus County
Fairgrounds/auditorium and
the Inverness Airport).
Register early; space is limit-
ed.
The deadline for preregis-
tration is Friday, April 15.


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CAMBRIDGE GREENS S249,900 3/
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MEADOWS GOLF COURSE $234,500 3/2/2, greatroo
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execute home circular drive. LG. rms gorgeous master suile comm le rool. neutral colors Ile & carpel. hid. 12x24 pool nign ceilings, wood dabs
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CAMBRIDGE GREENS S323.900 3/2 5/2. living & family rms.. $310,000 CITRUS HILLS Like new, 3,2/2 w/pool & large lanai. PRESIDENTIAL ESTATES
island kitchen. FP 14x28 htd pool w/alached hol tub. beautiful expansive kitchen, lormai living room & separate family room Family. living & FL rms.. sp
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CITRUS SPRINGS $127,000
... ".- *'.^:,j- 3/2/2 + office in great location,
.L WOODS. $229,900. 4/2/2, wonderful home for the money,
ing & dining rms., beautiful floor new paint + carpet allowance.
vely landscaping, don't miss Great deal that won't last.
sl owner. Cathi Schenck Cathi Schenck #RPF563B


79,900 Fabulous 3/2/3 bull 2003.
ius kitchen w/granile counters.
2. mnrl Cta rnhhkun IIODC77CA


1UGARMILL WOODS $229,900 4/2/2,
armal living & dining rooms, family rm.,
upgraded Oak cabinets, walk-in closes, LG
lundry room & upgrades. Cathi Schenck


SUGARMILL WOODS. $184,900.
Be the 1st to own this wonderful
new 4/2/2, lovely floor plan, &
extras. Cathi Schenck


RESTAURANT OPPORTUNITY. $750,000
This lifetime of work can be yours, family
owned & operated restaurant, Seller will
share many secrets! Don't miss this oppor-
tunity. Marcia Cunningham #CPF021A.


INVERNESS $123,500 Nice
2/2/2 in the Highlands, new
carpet & vinyl, recently painted
inside, glassed-in porch, area of
attractive homes.
JoAnn Condit RPF819A


BEVERLY HILLS VILLA $105,000
Sunny & bright. 2/2 in "THE GLEN'
(55+ Comm.) suils many needs, well
maintained, open, great room plan.
screened porch. Joy Holland #RPF5


$349,900. Built 2003, 3/2.5/2, open great
room, high ceilings, Lg. eat-in kitchen, tile,
surround sound, spectacular view of 3rd
Fairway! Florence Cleary RPF823A


TERRA VISTA GOLF COURSE.
5349,900. 3 bedroom + den, built in 2003.
Long lisl of upgrades. Greal view. Must
see. Steve Dobbyn 352-746-0744.
#RPF760A


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"EXCELLENT COMMERCIAL
LOCATION! $299,500 Hwy. 41 in
Inverness fronts this great 1.4 MOL
acre commercial property, ideal for
many uses, w/1 960 sq. ft. bldg.
PERFECT for contractor i.e. trades.
P John Lombard #CPF024A
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COMMERCIAL GARAGE
---- $195,000 Great opportunity for
the mechanic who wants his own
:, operation, fully equipped automo-
1, live repair shop, just bring your
ily skills! John Lombard #CPF017A


1/2/2, family rm. w/FP, open kitchen,
14x23 FL rm. all on a full acre
.Florence Cleary #RPF827A
GREENBRIAR CONDO.
$109,900 Nice, fully fur-
nished 2/2, upstairs con-
do, carport, new refrig-
erator, clean unit, won't
last! Steve Dobbyn
#RPF816A


Be the 1st owner of this 41/2/2, w/Oak
cabinets walk-in closels. vaulted ceilings,
plant shelves & upgrades Cathi Schenck
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SUGARMILL WOODS. $182,900.
Be the 1sjwwner of this 4/2/2 home,
wonoderfl floor plan + extras, don't
rffls out! Cathi Schenck


Pretty 3/2 on nice hall-acre lot in
great location. Split plan, cathedral
ceilings, many extras, close to
schools, shopping & restaurants.
Ellen Bass #RPF834A.


TERRA VISTA! $344,900.
Beautiful 3/2/2 w/office & heated
pool, expanded garage & magnifi-
cent landscaping, located in gated
Terra Vista of Citrus Hills.
Leo Smith #RPF825A


HILLSIDE VILLA. $279,900.
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detached garage has an office & full bath
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Addr: Wes
Description
Lot 40 BIlk


1299 Pg 2159


V S Seller: J & J Mobile Homes Sales Inc
Buyer: Bowman Harold C
Continued from Page 17E Price: $13000 .
Addr: West County: 05444 W J P Ct
Description: Green Acres Add 1 Pb 5 Pg 6
i County: 05086 S Mystic Pt Lots 6 & 7 Unrec Of Lot 30 Survey In Or Bk
n: Riverhaven VIg Pb 9 Pg 31 764 Pg 1087 Desc As: Lot 6 Com At Nw
2 Cor Of Lt 30


Addr: West County: 09748 N Felgel Ter
Description: Costa & Son Inc Pb 5 Pg 59
Lots 29 & 30

Seller: Peres Clarence L Jr & Marilyn


Buyer: Carlton William A &
Price: $135000
Addr: West County: 05636 W Gulf To Lake
Hwy
Description: Pine Tree Homesites Pb 3 Pg


2 Lot 6 & Lot 5 Less E 105 Ft


Please see PROP/Page 28E


Seller: Santandra Elleen R
Buyer: Baylen TImoteo B & Isaida
Price: $175000
Addr: West County: 02945 W Plantation
Pines Ct; Description: Plantation Pines
Village Pb 13 Pg 115 Lot 99

Seller: Kemp Ruth
Buyer: Bish D Trustee Rosedale 4
Price: $23800
Addr: West County:
Description: Pine Ridge Unit 3 Pb 8 Pg 51
Lot 4 BIk 61

Seller: Kemp Ruth
Buyer BIsh D Trustee Rosedale 5
Price: $23800
Addr: yest County:
Description: Pine Ridge Unit 3 Pb 8 Pg 51
Lot 5 Blk 61

Seller: Johnson Leroy K & Doris
Buyer: Bogner Cindy
Price: $119900
Addr: West County: 00305 N Venturl Ave
Description: Crystal Paradlse Ests Unit 3
Pb 4 Pg 148 Beg At Se Cor Of Lt 2 Blk S, Th
Al S Ln Of Lt 2 N 89 Deg 30m 40s W 216.5
Ft. Th

Seller: Gordon John H
Buyer: Boulerlce David P & Mary
Price: $29000
Addr: West County: 06773 W Van Buren
Dr
Description: Villa Ter Unit 10 Of
Homosassa Pcl A Unrec Of Lots 8, 9, 10 &
11 Blk 336 Title In Or Bk 546 Pg 699 & Or Bk


Seller: J & J Mobile Homes Sales Inc
Buyer: Bowman Harold C
Price: $13000
Addr: West County: 05520 W J P Ct
Description: Green Acres Add 1 Pb 5 Pg 6
Lots 6 & 7 Unrec Of Lot 30 Survey In Or Bk
764 Pg 1087 Desc As: Lot 6 Com At Nw
Cor Of Lt 30
Seller: Davis A B Jim
Buyer: Brentwood Farms Umited
Price: $400000
Addr: West County:
Description: Corn At Se Cor Of Sd Sec 22-
18-18 Th N 00deg 01m 40s E Al E Ln Of Sd
Sec 22 1899.99 Ft To Pob Sd Pt Also Being
Ne Cor Of

Seller: Davls A B Jim Trustee
Buyer: Brentwood Farms Limited
Price: $400000
Addr: West County:
Description: Pt Of Sec 22-18-18 Known As
Pcl 21000 On Citrus Co Assess- Ment Map
330b Further Desc As; Corn At Se Cor Of
Sd Sec 22-18-

Seller: Hardin Irvin Milo & Sherry Ann
Buyer: Buffenbarger Jeff
Price: $12500
Addr: West County: 07579 N Shillelagh
Ave
Description: Crystal Manor Unit 1 Pb 8 Pg
82 Lot 19 BIk 18

Seller: Black Billy G &
Buyer: Carlson Bruce
Price: $9000


Tsala Apopka Retreats-Seller Motivated! Great Buy On a 3/2
DW Manufactured Home front and rear Decks, landscaped yard. Lake
access thru Civic Assoc. ONLY $49,900. Call Michele CRM028


Crystal River Area-El Dorado Estates. Like NEW 2003
4/2 2300 sq. ft. Spacious home w/fam. room, fireplace &
cook's kitchen. Call Michele for showing $125,00 CRM035


Hernando off 486 Investment Units. Live in 1 and rent the
other 2 out on 3.8 Acres. One is a 3/2. Call Diana for info.
Priced Right!! $220,000 CRM034


Bring Your Business!! Ideal for Beauty/Barber Shop. Prefect for the newly licensed
or semi-retired person. Approx. 900 sq. ft. building on GNC comer lot facing SR200.
All the chairs, mirrors and wash stands are in. OR Mabe just a small retail shop you
want. Call Us today and Rent this property for ONLY $550 a Month.


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ERA American
Local real estate company
ERA American Realty and
Investments is part of thejntema-
tional-global real estate network
which was the recipient of the 2004
J.D. Power and Associates Award
for "Highest overall Satisfaction for
First-time Homebuyers Among
National Full Service Real Estate
Firms." This marks the first-time
ERA Real Estate has received this
distinction.
'We are honored to be recog-
nized by such a well-respected
organization as J.D. Power and
Associates," said C.J. Dixon, bro-
ker-owner with ERAAmerican
Realty and Investments. 'This
award symbolizes the personalized
service we provide homebuyers
from the local community to help
them find their ideal home while


making the buying process a
pleasant experience."
According to a recent survey by
the National Association of
Realtors, first-time homebuyers
account for 40 percent of all home
purchases in the United States.
Locally, ERAAmerican offers a
host of products and services dedi-
cated to meeting the unique needs
of first-time homebuyers.
Prospective first-time buyers can
pick up the ERA ANSWERS book,
a free resource guide that address-
es more than 90 of the most fre-
quently asked questions about
buying and selling a home, at their
local ERA American office. They
can also access ERA.com to utilize
features such as My ERA.com, My
Virtual Assistant and Create A


SUGARMILL, 3/2/2 WITH HEATED POOL
Brand new carpets, fresh paint on quiet cul-de-sac.
Well placed for Suncoast Pkwy, vacant & ready!
PRICED TO SELL @ $237,900


Real Estate DIGEST
Room that are designed to help
make the buying process easier
and more personalized. Through
ERA Mortgage, first-time buyers
also have.access to flexible mort-
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financing and no-interest loans
which are designed to meet their
specific needs.
To learn more about ERA
American and the award-recog-
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provide, visit www.BuyERA.com.
ERA American Realty and
Investments, with three offices in
Citrus County, has served the real
estate needs of Citrus County resi-
dents since 1980 and has been


voted "Best of the Best" real estate
company by Citrus County
Chronicle readers seven of the
past eight years.
N ERA American Realty and
Investments is pleased to wel-
come Tom
Johnson to '"The
American Team."
Johnson is work-
ing in the compa-
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office as a sales
associate.
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his family moved Johnson
to Citrus County ERA American
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where he had been a Realtor with
a national real estate franchise.
Additionally, he has an extensive
sales and service background with
a national service company, where
he won multiple sales awards.
Johnson has even owned and
operated two independent busi-
nesses.
"All my experience tells me that
real estate is the right profession
and Citrus County is-the right loca-
tion for me to build my business,"
said Johnson. "I also know that
ERA American Realty, active in
Citrus County since 1980 and a
Top 10 ERA Company nationally,
has the tools and resources to best

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Mercedes in Citrus Springs. Large kitchen opens to a
family room w/cathedral ceilings. Sliding glass doors lead
to the patio. Extras include a Roman tub in the master
bath & a cabana bath opening to the patio. This home is
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2 & 3 BEDROOM HOMES
Pool, wonderful neigh-
borhood. Reasonable.
(352) 447-2759
BEVERLY HILLS
1 Bdrm Park Models,
furnished. Incls. utilities
& cable. Wkly rates start
at $150. 352-465-7233
DW 2 bedroom, $500
up. 1 bedroom, furn. No
pets. Details.Homosassa
(352) 628-4441
INVERNESS
2/1, big lot, $350 mo
4188 Illiana St
(352) 347-5082
INVERNESS
3/2, chainlink fence,
$600 mo. 1st, last, sec.
(352) 422-3000
or eves, 726-1240.
RENTALS
Floral City, 2BR, $425
Hernando, 2BR, $400
Cent Heat &Air No pets
1st, last, sec. 564-0578
SEASONAL RENTALS
2 BR/furn. Utilities incl.
Nice clean, quiet park.
No pets: (352) 564-0201


1999, BayManor,
3/2 w/ amenities, large
master bath w/
garden tub, kitchen
island w/ electric,
etched glass display
cabinets, laundry Rm,
C/H/A, $35,000.
Call (352) 341-0758
2/1, 41x20 in 55+ Rvrfrnt
Park, Lg. LR, scrn. prch.
CHA. $9,990. See at:
riverside lodaerv.com
352-726-2002
ATTENTION
BRAND NEW
DOUBLEWIDE
Deliver and Set Up
$35,900 Includes
10 Year Warranty.
Homemart
Mobile Homes
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500 Mobile Homes lor ARen
505 MoFile Homes 'or Sale
510 Wali-rronl Mobiles lor
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525 Mobile Home for Sale
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LOOKING FOR A NEW
HOME? We have 8
homes set up and
ready for immediate
occupancy. Prices
from $49,900 to $89,900.
All homes are up to
$20,000 under
appraised value. Must
see before you buy
anywhere else.
Taylor Made Homes
352-621-9182

WHY RENT?
Use your income tax
refund towards the
purchase of your
new Home.
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5 Acre Mini-Farm. Lg
4/2, Lots of scrubs.
Won't last long
Call (352) 795-6085

1985 2 BEDROOM, 2
BATH, Carport, Nice
area & condition
$38,500 (352) 726-9369


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585 Apartmenlis
590 Bus.ness lc,:alions
595 Condos Villas For RernI
600 Duplexes lor rent
605 Eflcienc.,e Conages
610 H.-ouses
615 Houses Furnihaed
620 H',ouses Urlurrr..she
625 WalerfrorI Rerials *
630 Renial l Ii Snare
6.10 Rent or Sale
645 Rooms for Rern
650 Se3aornal Rerlals
655 Siorage Warehou se
658 Renlalk Wnrle.


l7cre
mol., like new, behind
Inv. Wal-Mart $63,500
obo (352) 726-9369
'04 New 3/2/2 Concrete
Stucco Homes
1806 sq. ft. own at $895.
down and $625. mo.
No credit needed
1-800-350-8532




Over 3,000 home
and property
listings at
www.ncchomes.
coam
2/1'2, on 1/2 ACRE
10x20 addition. New
vinyl siding & roof.
New gas furnace- new
carpet, stove, fridge.
Shed. Serious inquiries"
only. (352) 465-4531
3/2 on /2 Wooded Ac.
on Paved Rd. $2,500
dn. $625 monthly.
Call (352) 795-2377

4/2 on /4 Acre on
Paved Rd. Fireplace,
Galley Kltchen.$2,500
dn. $568 monthly.
Call (352) 795-1272
A MUST SEE!
New 3 bedroom, 2
baths on 1/2 acre.
Great warranty, the
best construction, quiet,
nice lot, great location,
deck & driveway,
$2,000 down
$575.68/mo W.A.C.
352-621-0119
Beautiful 3/2 on 3/4
Acre. Frnt. porch.
Huge eat-in kitchen.
$1,500 dn. $675.
Monthly.
Call 352-795-8822

Diversified Enterprises
Inc. For All Your
Mortgage Needs.
Good Credit Bad
Credit. Purchases.
Refinancing and
Home Equity Loans.
Uc. Mortgage Lender
(352) 628-5700
DON'T WAITI 4, 5, 6
Months to get your new
home. No backlog on
ordered homes. Call
Nowl (352) 746-5912
Immed. Occupancyl
3/2 on 1 Acre
Financing available.
Call 727-967-4230


REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
701 Auc:iions
702 Open House
703 Home Loars
70.1 Corrmerclal Real Esiari
706 Ir.vesrmenrl Propenies
708 ClIrus Sprrrng Homes
70"1 Or, T.-p 01 Ine Worci
709 Prne Rlage
709a Palm Cay Homes.
710 Be ,ri', Hilli Hn.me -
S11 Pine Rurn H.:.me
.1 LeLanriT HOn&c
I 1 _' r.leado,'wcreel HoT.e


1/2 acre homesite
country setting.
3 bedroom, 2 bath
New Home with
warranty. Driveway,
deck, stainless steel
appliance pkg.
Must see, only
$518.45/mo WAC.
CALL 352-621-9181
MUST SELL Job Transfer
Like new 3/2
on 1.25 Ac.
Call: 352-302-3126
OLDER 3/1 FLORAL CITY.
needs fix up, paved
street, city water,
$13,500 obo
(352) 726-9369
OWNER MUST SELL!
1 acre land/home
package. 3/2 with full
appliance package,
under warranty.
Beautiful property nice
& quiet, decks,
driveway.
Must seel $5,000 down,
$586.40/mo. P & I
W.A.C.
352-621-9183
Owner selling '96 DW
on 1 ac, country
setting, horses allowed,
LK ROUSSEAU area. (488
& 495) New AC, Ig. scrn.
prch. 2 car gar. w/ott.
matching 3 car carport,
-Pond area, beautifully
decked 33' pool,
hottub, sheds, etc.
MUST SEEI ONLY 389.000
(352) 795-4770




12x60, 2/1 Mobile
In 55+ park, exc.
cond, good buy.
(352) 697-2855
12x60,Crystal River
New cupboards &
fridge. Stove, partly furn
or unfurn, $12,500 neg.
(315) 406-1976, cell ph '
2/2 PALM DW In 55+
OakPond Pk, Inverness
Screen rm, ceiling fans,
laundry rm, carport,
Handicap access. Club
house, pool, fishpond,
Park fee incl. wtr, sewer,
trash dlsp $44,500
See park manager or
call 352-637-0055
2/2 YOUR NEW HOME
Gated Sr. Pk. DW,
Beautiful Fl. rm. All appll.
plus. Close to shops &
hosp. Asking $45,500.
(352) 795-8983


55+ Park, 2/1, new
carpet, scr. rm, partially
turn, all appl.
Avail Imm.
(352) 726-8151
55+ Park 2/2 DW
HOMOSASSA
2 porches, 1 scrn. 1 vinyl
windows, appliances,
part. furn. Hot tub,
$24,000 (517) 322-2220
55+ Park In Homosassa
2/2 doublewide. all
appliances, screen
room, carport, utility
room, Park has pool
and many other
activities. $39,000
(352) 382-3428
CRYSTAL RIVER
Suncoast Blvd. 2/1
newly remodeled, close
to shopping & beach,.
55+ community. C/H/A,
Low lot rent. Fully fur-
nished. Asking $16,500
(352) 344-1418




Over 3,000 home
and property
listings at
www.ncchomes.
com
Quiet, Secure 55+ pk.
Nice 2/2 Scrn. prch.
Close to shopping, etc.
$16,500. 352-628-5977
Wynnhaven
Riverside MH Park
Rentals
1 BR MH $325/mo.
+ elec. Sites $200/mo.
+ elec. Spacious lots
in lovely park
setting on
Withlacoochee River,
Boating, fishing.
(352) 793-4744

Wynnhaven
Riverside MH Park
Rentals
1 BR MH $325/mo.
2 BR MH $600/mo,
+ elec. Sites 200/mo.
+ elec. Spacious lots
In lovely park
setting on
Withlacoochee River.
Boating, fishing,
(352) 793-4744

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RENTALS
BEVERLY HILLS
2/1 House $550/Mo
CRYSTAL RIVER
2/1 House $600/Mo
CRYSTAL RIVER
3/2 House $750/Mo
LECANTO
2/2 Mobile, 1 Acre
$650/Mo
RIVER COVE
LANDINGS
3/2 W/F Condo.
$1200/Mo
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J. W. Morton Real Estte, Inc.
Property Management
1645 W.Main Street
Inverness, FL 34450
(352) 726-9010
Pritchard Island-
Inverness
2/2/1 ...........$950 REDUCED
Waterfront 32/1
..................$1100 REDUCED
Floral Citv-Duval Island
Waterfront-3t22.
...................$1150 REDUCED
Beverly Hills
2/212 FMR, Pool care incl.. $850
inverness
2/21 ................ ...................$650
211 .......................$650


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CITRUS SPRINGS
3/2/2 Brand new
home,w/screened
lanai..................$950
2/2/Carport, screen
porch................$650
2/1/Carport, furnished
........................$700
BEVERLY HILLS
2/1/1 Available 4/15
...................- ..-$500
2/2/2 Newly renovated
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.......................$.525
2/1/1 Furnished $900
HERNANDO
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waterfront .......$1100
CITRUS HILLS
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INVERNESS
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2/1 Furnished,
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Professional Office
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3 BRAND NEW'05 MODEL
MOBILE HOMES
FOR RENT
New everything PLUS
washer/dryer, ceiling
fans, covered parking,
partial fencing, pre-wired
cable & more.
1 year lease
2 homes are 2/2-
$700/mo.
1 home is 3/2 -
$800/mo.
Deposit with security back-
ground check required.
Call Today For
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CRYSTAL RIVER
NICELY FURNISHED 1/1
Great neighborhood.
No pets. 7 months
minimum: 795-7261
CRYSTAL RIVER
Waterfront, 2/1 screen
porch all utilities,
included, short or long
term. $950. month
(352) 795-7374
HERNANDO
Lrg., clean. Lake/Pool.
Util., W/D, cable, queen
bed, C-H/A, off Van
Ness Rd. No pets/ No
smoking $850 mo. Long
term nego. 726-5339




'04 New 3/2/2 Concrete
Stucco Homes
1806 sq. ft. own at $895.
down and $625. mo.
No credit needed
1-800-350-8532
CONNELL HEIGHTS
3/2/2, 1st, last, sec.
$850/mo. 352-527-0785
Crystal Palms Apts
1& 2 Bdrm Easy Terms.
Crystal River. 564-0882
INVERNESS
2/1, C-H/AW/D hookup
garage, water, quiet
country setting. Clean,
$550. (352) 564-5660






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Crystal River,
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Crystal Palms Apts
1& 2 Bdrm Easy Terms.
Crystal River. 564-0882




4 UNITS FOR LEASE
1000 sq.ft. each. In Pine
Ridge, Beverly Hills
Call 856-234-4684
N. CRYSTAL RIVER
Crnr. 495 & 488. 1700 sf
free standing bldg. w/2
overhead doors & AC
office. Avail. 5/1. For-
merly Auto service cntr.
$700/mo. 352-795-5657,
days. 352-527-1096 eve
OFFICE, 1020 SQ.FT.
downtown Inverness.
Walk to Courthouse.
Exc. cond/location. 114
Pine Ave. $1000 per mo
(352) 636-8691




CITRUS HILLS
Country Club, Ig. 2/2,
vaulted ceilings, tennis,
golf, htd pool, $749/mo.
(561) 213-8229
CITRUS HILLS
Furnished Condo 2/2
Reasonable rent
(352) 746-0658
DUNNELLON
RAINBOW SPRINGS
Condo On Golf Course.
2/2.5 Furnished..
(352)465-0839

INVERNESS
2/2/1 In the Landings,
$750 Mo. Call Louise or
Dennis at Cridland &
Cridland GMAC Real
Estate 344-5535


INVERNESS
2/1, C-H/AW/D hookup
garage, water, quiet
country setting, Clean,
$550, (352) 564-5660
LECANTO
Gorgeous new duplex,
2/2, $625mo. No pets -
(352) 249-0848




HERNANDO
Beautiful waterfront
cottages. Boat dock,
fishing, water sports, on
chain of lakes. Hurryl
$495 mo. Includes util.
(352) 860-1584

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352-726-0662
BEVERLY HILLS 2/2/1
Buttonbush $700.
631-235-1157
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WILDWOOD
3/2 on one acre.
Fenced yard. $1000
mo. (407)247-8329




CITRUS
SPRINGS
3/2/2. 1996 Model
Home Near El Diablo
Golf Course. Rent $800
Monthly With $400
Security Deposit.
Call Agent/Owner.
Wilbur Vanwyck
Day
(352)489-4511
Evening
(352)489-1813
CRYSTAL RIVER
3/1 V/2$600 mo.
(352) 794-0883
HOMOSASSA
RIverhaven, 2/2/2,
$850 mo. + Elec. & Sec.
No smoking. No pets.
352-628-7117
INVERNESS 2/2/1
clean, quiet, $750 mo.,
(352) 637-0765
OLD HOMOSASSA
Waterfront 2/1, all
utilities. $1500 mo.
(352) 621-1206




BEVERLY HILLS
2 houses, $675 and
$600. (352) 697-2493
C.Riv Indian Waters
3/2/1, fenced yard, sea
wall, $875 795-1865


BEVERLY HILLS
2/2/1, FL rm, scrn.
prch. $700.
352-746-4673/464-2514
BEVERLY HILLS
3/2 with den, W/D, on
1/4 Ac. $750 Mo., 1st,
last, sec. (352) 746-5969
BEVERLY HILLS
3/2/1 w/ scr, porch,
new paint & carpet, all
appl., Incis. Central
Vac., Many extras.,
small pets ok, $850. mo.
(352) 527-3533
BEVERLY HILLS, 2/1
totally remodeled.
C/h/a. $600, 1st, last &
security. 352-563-2480





Brentwood
2/2/2 w/ den
$1100. mo.
Please Call:
(352) 341-3330
For more Info. or
visit the web at:
citrusvillages

CITRUS HILLS
Homes
3/2/2 Terra Vista $1800
3/2/2 Pine Ridge $1200
2/2/2 Cambridge/
pool $1200
Townhomes & Condos
2/2/1 Brentwood $1200
2/2/2 TH, Citrus Hills $900
2/2 Citrus.Hils $850
Lawn & Pool Care incl.
where applicable
Greenbriar Rentals, Inc. ,
(352) 746-5921
CRYSTAL RIVER
3/2, carport, Fla. rm,
laundry rm. Remodeled
Close to schools &
shopping. $800, 1st, last,
dep. (352) 795-9602 or
220-3711
DUNNELLON
Two 2/2 Homes
Available Immediately.
One Large Home In
Rainbow Springs;
One Home In
Rainbow Lakes.
(352)527-3953

Dunnellon/ Crys Rvr
4/2 No pets. Waterfront
Ruth Bacon
9-2 Mon Fri Only
(352) 489-4949
Larson Realty
FLORAL CITY
2/1, $550/mo 1st, last
sec. 1 yr lease 726-4285
INVERNESS
2/1, w/ appl's. Non
smoking. No pets. $575
mo. 608-732-8243 cell
LECANTO
House for rent in Brent-
wood 3/2 newer in im-
mac. cond.$1175/mo.
Call 352-746-4134.
PINE RIDGE
Brand new 3/3/2, no
smoking. 352-746-1892

SUGARMILL WOODS
2 & 3 Bdrms. Pool,
Starting at $800
SMW Sales
(352) 382-2244


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C.Riv Indian Waters
3/2/1, fenced yard, sea
*wall, $875 795-1865
CRYSTAL RIVER
Waterfront, 2/1 /2,
furnished, dock, Three
Sister Springs $850 mo,
407-375-6663
CRYSTAL RIVER
furnished, dock, Three
Sister Springs $850 mo.
407-375-6663
CRYSTAL RIVER
1/1 w/dock. Furn. $700
+ utilities. No smoking
352-422-6883
CRYSTAL RIVER
Beautifully turn.
w/beautiful view of the
Crystal River. 3/2,
fenced, tile throughout,
In great neighborhood.
$2800 mo 352-795-3168
CRYSTAL RIVER
Waterfront, 2/1 screen
porch, all utilities,
Included short or long
term. $950. month
(352) 795-7374
FLORAL CITY
Small 3/1 South Old
Oaks, off Trails End Rd.
Out the door on the
water fishing & boat
dock, $575/mo. 1st, last,
$400 sec. Bkrnd Ck. req.
(352) 726-6197
Furn. 352-795-4854
www.naturecoast
rentals.com
HOMOSASSA
2/1.5 300ft of waterfront
Great view, Immaculate
995mo. (727) 808-5229
HOMOSASSA 2/2
Waterfront. Nicely furn.
Mob. Hm. Clean, great
view, yard, dock, boat-
house, 1st. last + sec.
$850mo. (352)628-9759
YANKEETOWN 2/1
River House, W&D,
lQ"PETS, $650 + Imo.
sec. dep. Wtr. & grbg.
Incl. 352-543-9251








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HOMOSASSA 2/2
Waterfront. Nicely turn.
Mob. Hm. Clean, great
view, yard, dock, boat-
house, 1st. last + sec.
$850mo. (352)628-9759


SEASONAL RENTALS
2 BR/furn. Util. incl. Nice
clean, quiet park. No
pets: (352) 564-0201






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4 UNITS FOR LEASE
1000 sq.ft. each. In Pine
Ridge, Beverly Hills
Call 856-234-4684
Commercial Office
Space For Rent Lots of
land. Great Location.
$950mo. Call Lisa
Broker/Owner
(352) 422-7925
LECANTO
Free Stdnding
Restaurant 1150 sq ft,
drive thru window. High
Traffic area 491, just S.
of 44. Avail. for lease
Immed. $1000 mo.
(352) 595-7202
LECANTO, Rt. 44 300ft
GNC, 2/1 house plus 3/2
mobile, $260K Owner
1-(727) 712-1779
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C/B/S DUPLEXES 4 units,
strong cash flow, E.
Inverness. $199,900
(352) 726-1909
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Citrus Springs
NEW 3 BDRM &
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S149,900
From US 41 W on CR
491, Right on
Hampshire, N. on
Waycross, W. on Orton,
N. to 6857 Pavilion Lp.
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PETER PAV
1-800-780-7409
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Block Homes,
5 models & floor plans
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352-726-1515



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'04 New 3/2/2 Concrete
Stucco Homes
1806 sq. ft. own at $895.
down and $625. mo.
No credit needed
1-800-350-8532

3/2/3, Large breakfast
area, bedrooms &
lanal. 2 yrs old.
$255,000.
(352) 527-8043

BEAUTIFUL
PINE RIDGE
Pine Ridge-lovely level
one acre lot Saddle-
tree Drive, $67,900.
CALL (352) 527-2629

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352-422-0540
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3 BEDROOM GOLF
COTTAGE. 2 BATHS.
2-car garage, heated
pool, Immaculate. Golf
membership not req'd.
By owner, $220,000
(352) 527-8416




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224 W. Valerian PI.,
2/2/1, FL room,
2 screened porches,
newly painted. Great
neighborhood. Must
seel $110,000
(352) 527-9842
'04 New 3/2/2 Concrete
Stucco Homes
1806 sq. ft. own at $895.
down & $625. mo.
No credit needed
1-800-350-8532
2/1/1, New deck, fence
drain field and AC.
Newly pointed.
Carpeting like new.
Move right in! $85,000.
Owner, (352) 746-6832
3BR/1BA, CARPORT,
needs minor TLC,
$68,750 obo
(352) 726-9369
BEVERLY HILLS
2+/1/I Close to
shops,church,
comm.ctr/pool, Forest
Ridge Elem. 746-7699
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MOTIVATED SE'JER
2/1,2 Fla rms, extra Ig
workshop/laundry. New
carpets, fans & AC.
Newly painted. New
septic & sprinklers. Exc.
cond. Reduced to-
$78,900. (352) 527-9102




3/2/2 # POOL 1 AC
RV/Boat, Agents okay.
Reduced $247,900.
198 S HIghvlew Ave.
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3/2/2 VILLA
Maint. free, 1600+ sq.ft.
tile/carpet thru-out,
scr. lanai, beautiful
treed lot. $179,900. By
owner. 352-257-9001
3/2/2, 2300/3400 sq.ft.
Style, quality, price.
1508 N. Marlborough Lp
Like new, $214,500.
(352)564-1515
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1 OF A KINDI
HILLSIDE VILLA $279,000
Built 2002, Tile roof,
3/2/2+ Great rm, Smart
wiring, extra tile,
Surround Sound,
many upgrades.
352-746-0402






2003 Prof Decorated
Tera Vista Maintenance
Free Gated Golf
Community Home.
Photo's &' details at
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ProplD# TPA 58807 -
352-746-0438




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3/3/2
Pool Home on the
Oaks, membership
avail. $250,000 firm.
Owner (352) 746-3681
3/2/2 Pool Home, on
1 Ac., vaulted ceilings,
split bdrms., $209,900
352-746-4927


3/2/2 POOL HOME
1 acre, secluded area,
like new condition.
$259,000.
1124 W.Pearson St. .
(352) 527-8879
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HAMPTON SQUARE
REALTY, INC.
lindaw@
tampabay.rr.com
800-522-1882
(352) 746-1888
PRESIDENTIAL ESTATES
3/2/2 on 1 acre.
Enclosed pool.
Approx. 1700 sq.ff.
$179,900
(352) 341-2812
RARE FIND. 4/3/2 split
open plan pool home.
Living, family, huge
kitchen, dining & break-
fast areas. 4 walk-in
closets, 2 master suites,
2800 sq.ft. Gorgeous 1
acre corner lot. Fenced
for pets. New roof &
pool marcite & kitchen
apple's in '04. 30x30
detached garage-
one door is large to
store trailer, boat or
motorhome. Citrus Hills
Membership available
870 N. Indianapolis Ave
$375,000. (352)527-7744




BY OWNER. 3/2/2; Pool
home In Arbor Lakes.
Enlarged Panacea
many upgradesI -
$240,000
(352) 341-8442




2 STORY 3/2 w/garage
built In, stone fireplace,
newly decorated Inside
Extra lot Asking $135,900
(352) 726-5527 or
(352) 726-9090
2,520 SQ.FT., living area,
3,800 sq.ff. under roof.
On almost 1 acre lot.
Desirable neighbor-
hood. cement block
3/2, 27FT 3 car garage,
split plan, cath. ceilings,
cent. vac., Intercom,
double Jacuzzi tub,
24x30 detached gar-
age. Lrg. screen lanal,
$290,000 (352) 726-5251
3BR/2BA 1-12 CAR GAR.,
Cement block, like
new, on oversized lot
$139,500 (352).726-9369


3229.S. Rose Ave
7 Lakes
3/2/2, Split plan, FP.
bullet 1995, 1/2 Acre
$139,000.
By Appt. Only
(352) 637-1173





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Hills Countryside Estates
3631 E. Countryside Dr.
2240 LA, 3 brdrm. 1 den,
21/4 bath, 2/2 garage,
approx. 1 Ac., $239,000
(352) 344-3439

HOME FOR SALE
On Your Lot, $88,900.
3/2/1 w/ Laundry
Atklnson Construction
352-637-4138
Lic.# CBC059685

INVERNESS
Highlands, Custom built
2/3/1.5, $129,000
www.forsalebyowner
20226927(352) 726-7181

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SPARKLING, 2380sqft -
3/2, city water, near
town, Fam.rm, eat-in kit,
vacant, owner/Realtor
$167,700. 352-344-2500

WHISPERING PINES
VILLA
2/2/1, $99,900
(352) 344-3758


7765 E. Spanish-Trail,
1/3 acre, 3/2, Split Plan,
New: Master bedrm,
bath & laundry Rm.,
. New, C/H/A, floors, &
Kit. cab. $86,900.
(352) 726-9928 or
(352) 302-3901





.2/2/2 Split, CB, on 2.5
fenced Ac., new roof,
floors, A/C, 3 stall pole
barn w/encl. shop & rm.
for RV, 2 sheds $190,000
352-795-3888 Lv. msg.
3/2/2 Near Mall, in city!
N.W 21st St. ,Lrg Lot, .
Newer H & A., 2 sheds,
Boat Ramp nearby.
Rm. for RV/Boat onsite.,
$162,900 (352) 795-0917

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Licensed R.E. Broker
d Waterfront, Golf
Investment, Vacant
Land and Relocation
Citrus, Marion and
Hernando
& Call for free CMA
Bernadette Carithers
Realtor (R)
352-628-2954
352-628-5500
bcarither@aol.com
"Here to Help you
Through the Process"





3/2/4 fireplace, large
great rm. 2130 sq. ft.
Sun porch, fans, 1 acre,
never flooded. Cathe-
dral calling & fruit trees.
$174,900. 352-564-9698






Licensed R.E. Broker
Waterfront, Golf
Investment, Vacant
Land and Relocation
& Citrus, Marion and
Hernando
2A Call for free CMA
Bernadette Carithers
Realtor (R)
352-628-2954
352-628-5500
bcarither@aol.com
"Here to Help you
Through the Process"

New 3/2/2, off Grover
Cleveland, $125,000
352-302-3733


RIVERHAVEN
New construction. 3/2,
extra large 3-car
garage. Wide drive-
way, 5 min. to Marina.
Clubhouse, pool &
tennis optional.
$255,000. Owner/Broker
352-628-1633/422-5436




WATERFRONT HOME
2/1, approx. 950 sq. ft.
10x15 scrn. prch. Lg.
corner lot on canal that
leads to gulf. 6'x12'
shed, Asking $269,000
Days, (352) 343-5636
Eve. (352) 253-2580
Cell (352) 455-6474


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2,096 SF, 3/2/2
Oakwood Village
Home. 1 blk. from club
pool: $182,00
19 Begonias Ct.
(352) 382-7244
2,170SF. Oak Village S
Home, 3/2/2, $269,900;
Extended garage, Lots
of extras; See details
www.buvowner. cornm
#TPA58884
Tel. 352-382-1013
3/2/2 MOVE-IN COND.
All new carpets, paint
and tile floors. New
appl's. 3 sliders to lanal.
'02 roof & AC. $157,900.
(352) 382-3059
BUY OWNER TPA #58760
Over 2400 sq.ft. living,
3/3/2, Arthur Rutenburg
Family room w/custom
stone wood burning
fireplace, eat-in kitchen
w/oak cabinets,
upgraded appliances,
formal living & dining
room, den w/wet bar,
master suite w/6'
Jacuzzl tub and
separate shower in
master bath. Ceramic
tile & carpet through-
out in neutral colors.
Lovely screened in
lanai and extended
patio overlooking park
setting yard w/pond &
lush greenbelt. Well for
irrigation. All situated on
one of Sugarmill's
loveliest streets for only
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Heated pool with
waterfall, many extras,
must see to appreciate.
Motivated owner
transferred. $242,000.
(352) 634-4711


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No realtors or
speculators. 2 bdrm
stucco block, built to
code on spacious
tree shaded,
completely fenced
lot with two metal
storage sheds.
electrically wired
and equipped. This
home is on paved
street with access to
the river. The home
Is completely
furnished and
equipped and is in
Turnkey condition.
Excellent for a
retirement home or
as a secondary
home. The property
must be seen and
the price is firm.
If Interested, call
(352) 465-7884


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Stucco Homes
1806 sq. ft. own at $895.
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LUXURIOUS SWEETWATER
HOME IN THE ENCLAVE
3/2/2 w/2746 sq.ft.Den.
Model home cond. Gas
fireplace. Heated pool,
10x30 lanai, Ig laundry,
gorgeous landscaping,
located on prime over-
sized, corner lot. Many
upgrades, including 30
yr Wedgewood blue
shingles. Blue & white
decor. $379,000.
(352) 382-3879
OAK VILLAGE 36
Birchtree St. 3/2/3,
2 lots, 2300 living, 3500
total, jacuzzi, Irg. Fla.
rm., lots of extras,
$224,900 (407) 970-2538
ON GOLF COURSE
2/2/1, LANAI,
FURNISHED
$139,500
(352) 382-5746
Spacious 2/2, Features
Stone fireplace, formal
living Rm/dining Rm/
FL Rm on private
Cul-de-sac w/ deep
green belt. 27 Beverly
Court $159,000 Firm
(352) 382-5958




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$149,500 (352) 726-9369






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w/lngrd. pool, real
hardwd. flrs, new AC,
kitchen, dining area,
laundry rm., frt. liv. rm.,
frt. screened rm., rear
living rm. w/2 6 ft. slid-
ing glass doors, open-
ing to covered cement
patio, w/15'x30' ingrd.
pool. 2/2 lots Rainbow
Lakes Estates $89,995
352-465-1892




CONDO, over 1500
sq.ff. Completely
remodeled & ready to
move Inl 2/2, tennis,
pool, clubhouse, fishing
Maintenance free living
Own private dock.
$259,000.
(352) 795-5129 or
352-257-9468
LAKESIDE VLG VILLA
2+2+grg, Ilvg rm, dining,
den, lanal, eat-In kit,
Indry, wlk-in cists, newer
appl, brbr crpf, grt
cond. 55+ $135K,
352-527-2444
TOWNHOUSE LEGUNA
PALMS 2 BR/2-1/2 baths,
freshly painted, new
carpet & tile, 2 large
walk in closets, screen
porch, garage, $74,000
(352) 726-3215
WATERFRONT CONDO
1/1, completely fum.,
single story, 740 sq.ft.
Minutes to Kings Bay &
Crystal River. Manatees
visit often. $160,000
(352) 586-1259
WATERFRONT VILLA, at
the Islands,1600 sq.ft.,
2/2, FL rm., total reno-
vation In 2001. Wood
cabinets w/granlte.
New deep water dock.
$310,000 (727) 432-9226
WINDERMERE VILLA
By owner. 2/2/1.
Gorgeous end unit on
Inverie Dr. Freshly
painted, newr carpet.
Vaulted ceiling & much
more. $132,900.
(727) 375-2145




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Waterfront 3/2/3, pool,
seawall, dock home
and 3/2/2 home.
Owner, (352) 628-5563

Paradise Realty
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Realtor
Cell: 586-8389
Your Real Estate
Specialists with Vision
352-795-9335




Over 3,000 home
and property
listings at
www.ncchomes.com
3/2 ranch on wide
deep canal,
Homosassa River.
12'x24' FLrm. Over-
looking canal & river.
11 yrs. young, 6,000 lb.
boat lift & ramp.
Raised deck over-
looking 125' of water-
front. 3 outer bldgs.
$429,900 (352) 628-5480
CONDO- 2/2,
GATED COMMUNITY
Clubhouse, pool, tennis
Dock slip on Crystal
River. $240,000.
(352) 795-6831


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WE BUY HOUSES
Any situation Including
SINKHOLE. Cash, quick
closing. 352-596-7448
6.5 ACRES
with nice oak trees on
paved road, 3 miles
north of Inverness.
$130,000 Troy @
352-560-0163


2/2 dbl carport, patio Io
rm., fenced, beautiful
view of river, gazebo, 2
outbuildings, furnished.
$135,000. 12335 E. I acre, Homosassa
Blrchbark Ct., 6 mi. E. of Grover Cleveland to
Inverness, off Hwy. 44 in Jody Pt. $25,000.
Riverside Gardens. Cleared $2700.
By oaoointment onl. (352) 628-7888 or
352-341-0509 (382) 382-7888
Cell 434-489-1384 3 acres in Homosassa
CRYS. RIVER 2/2/1 2- 1/2 acres $20,000
Condo, single story, in ea. 1- 2 acre lot $80,000
Pelican Cove II. Call 352-854-2696
New appli/carpet. Cell 352-286-4482
boatlitf, $319,000. 4 Lots In Crystal River
(352) 804-8951 for sale will sell separate
CRYSTAL RIVER 2/2/1 or together $8,500 ea
Pelican Cove, deep or$32,000 for all
water/ dock at back Call 352-854-2696
door, like new, Cell 352-286-4482
$299,900 firm. No
agents. (352) 563-5022 10.6 ACRES, CLEARED,
trees trimmed, beautiful
LET OUR OFFICE oaks, Crystal Manor
GIin YU I area. N Shillelagh Ave
GUIDE YOU $130K + closing costs +
taxes. (352) 795-2189
1+ ACRE LOT
In Pine Ridge on
Caledonia, Nice & high,
beautiful trees, near
shopping.
(352) 527-9390
11A+ ACRE ON
ROCK CRUSHER
110' Frontage, cleared
Von & ready for home or
S trailer. $29,500

Plantation Realty, Inc. (352)564-2566
(352) 795-0784 BUILD THE HOUSE OF
Cell 422-7925 YOUR DREAMS ON THIS
Usa VanDeboe Broker 2.7 Ac. Lot In Hampshire
Hills, Hampshire St.
Inverness. By Owner.
cA'i .Kj Price neg 352-422-4412
CITRUS SPRINGS
3 adjoining lots, $23,900
each. (352) 527-9943
Ucensed R.E. Broker Citrus Springs Lot
SLeading Indep. Paved roads & util.
Real Estate Comp. Ready to build.
Pasco and Hernando $29,000 (352) 666-5556
sw Waterfront, Golf, PINE RIDGE
Investment, Farms & I Acre Lot, beautiful
Relocation Trees. High above road,
W Excep. People. $64,000.
Except'nal Properties 6169 N. Nakoma Dr.
Corporate Office 352-527-8084 or
352-628-5500 248-249-6982
www.silverkina
prooerties.com PINE RIDGE ESTATES
Randy Rand/ Broker 1 h2 acre corner lot
Very wooded. On
Princewood Street
WHY RENT ?? $91,000
S Tim, (303) 960-8453
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RETURN
ON YOUR MONEY?
CONTACT US.


No down payment
housing available.
Plantation Realty. Inc.
MARY WAGNER
Realtor/Uc. Mtg.
Banker
Cell 697-0435
We Specialize In
Helping the Small
Investor Acquire
Homesites & Acreage
352-795-3144,
WE BUY HOUSES & LOTS ask for C.R. Bankson
Any Area or Cond. at ERA American
1-800-884-1282 or Realty & Investments
352-257-1202 cr.bankson@era.com
TOP $$$ PAID FOR 100+ Homesites Avail
Mobiles w/land, houses FREE PACKAGE
& promissory notes. Any Site Maps & Flyers,
location or condition. Call 1-800-476-5373
Call Fred Farnsworth Ask for CR
(352) 726-9369


2 Buildable Adjoining
lots. 1.54 & 1. 45 acres.
1253 or 1275 E.
Amberjack Dr $45,000.
each. (352) 563-2558
or (352) 422-4824
2 LOTS IN CITRUS
SPRINGS, $30,900 each.
Call Carol 772-528-6379
EVER DRIVEN DOWN
MOCCASIN
SLOUGH ROAD?
Beyond the tree-lined
Eden Farm pass, is a
3/4-acre lot available by
owner. Lot is cleared
and minutes to down-
town. Ideal for spec
builders. 352-220-4483
HOMOSASSA LOTS
Better not wait!
(352) 628-7024
KENSINGTON LOT
One Acre lot on quiet
cul-de-sac in Kensing-
ton Estates. $59,000
Call 305-246-0820
LECANTO
2.4 Acre Lot near Hwy
44 on Scarboro Ave.
Beautiful Lot, $139K
(954) 558-1040
NICE LOT IN Floral City,
on paved street with
'city water, trees, zoned
for house or mobile
$9,800 (352) 726-9369
TERRA VISTA Great
views hillside Villa's lot
In Citrus Hills most de-
sireable golf communi-
ty By Owner $49,900
563-1340/(320)492-3838




ELLIJAY, GA,
3+ acre wooded home-
sites, in small rustic com-
munity. Beautiful
mountain views & trout
stream. 80ml. N.of
Atlanta, near national
forest, owner financing
available. Starting at
$45,000 (706) 636-2040




6 Lakefront Homesites
1/2 ac. each MOL. Huge
oaks, underbrush &
gorgeous, $60,000 ea.
Parsley Real Estate
(352) 726-2628
HOMOSASSA RIVER
165', SEAWALL, DOCK
Impact fees paid.
Central water. Blue
water. $199,500. Make
offer. (352) 628-7913
LAKEFRONT BUILDING
LOT, 52X145, dock, city
water, Ig. oaks, Asking,
$62.500. (352) 586-9498




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PROP
Continued from Page 22E

Seller: Dishong Mary
Buyer: Carpenter Paula Christine
Prices $285000
Addr: West County: 03834 N Ringdove Pt
Description: Indian Waters Unit 1 Pb 4 Pg
57 Lot 20 BIk A
Seller: Shupe John W & Bebe Jo .
Buyer: Cartee Edward W
Price: $600
Addr: West County: 09636 W Artichoke PI
Description: Rainbow Forest Lot 2 Blk E
Descr In 0 R Bk 311 Pg 295
Seller: Davidson Charles T & Pearle V
Buyer: Cartee Edward W
Price: $500
Addr: West County: 09662 W Artichoke PI
Description: Rainbow Forest Lot 1 BIk E
Descr In 0 R Bk 231 Pg 84
Seller: Rhodes Charles W & Ula H
Buyer: Charles William Michael &
Price: $425000
Addr: West County: 09162 W Harbor Isle
Ct
Description: Paradise Ctry Club Unit 3 Pb
4 Pg 43 Lot 17 BIk C
Seller: Kilbride Mercedes L



ATTIC
Continued from Page 6E

audience. I have several books
which belonged to my father,
dating back into the 1930s.
They are all John Deere books;
i.e., a parts manual; "The
Operation Care and Repair of
Farm Machinery" -3rd & 10th
editions; "Soil Culture"; and
'John Deere He Gave to the
World the Steel Plow" by Neil
M. Clark (a historical biogra-
phy). All are in prime condi-
tion. Do they have value and is
there collector interest?
Where would I make an appro-
priate contact? Any informa-
tion you can provide would be
appreciated. J.S., Hernando
Dear J.S.: Yes, your John
Deere literature is of collector
interest
I suggest you contact the fol-
lowing collectors club which
claims a membership of more
than 20,000; The Two Cylinder
Club Worldwide, EO. Box 219,
Grundy Center, IA 50638-0219.
The phone number is (319) 824-
5487.


John Sikorski has been a pro-
fessional in the antiques busi-,


Buyer: Chlok John Alex Isaac
Price: $13000
Addr: West County: 00840 S Montas Ter
Description: E 200 Ft Of S1/2 Qf Nwl/4 Of
Swl/4 Of Swl/4 Desc In Or Bk 512 Pg 785
& Or Bk 667 Pg 1328
Seller: Sun Bank & Trust Company
Buyer: Citrus County
Price: $2143
Addr: West County:
Description: Parcel 139 Co Rd 486 Sec
24-18-18 Descr In Or Bk 1680 Pg 1082 &
Or Bk 1691 Pg 1851 Being A Ptn Of The
Fol Descr Lands: P
Seller: Citrus Hills Land Development
Buyer: Citrus County
Price: $1500
Addr: West County:
Description: Parcel 147 Co Rd 486 Sec
24-18-18 Descr In Or Bk 1680 Pg 342 & Or
Bk 1691 Pg 1848 Being A Ptn Of The Fol
Descr Land: E1/
Seller: Buckhorn Property Holdings Lic
Buyer: Citrus County-
Price: $2786
Addr: West County:
Description: Parcel #144 Co Rd 486 Sec
24-18-18 Descr In Or Bk 1690 Pg 719 & Or
Bk 1713 Pg 358 Being N 35 Ft Of The Fol
Descr Lands:


Please see PROP/Page 32E


Special to the Chronicle
Nippon-marked decorative
wares are a specific category of
collector interest. Current
potential dollar value is in the
$500 range.
ness for more than 20 years.
He hosts a call-in radio show,
Sikorski's Attic, on WJUF (90.1
FM) Saturdays from 11 a.m.
until noon. Send questions to
Sikorski's Attic, c/o The Citrus
County Chronicle, 1624 N.
Meadowcrest Blvd., Crystal
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help me solve the needs of real
estate buyers and sellers."
Tom and his wife, Toni, have
been married for 18 years and are
the proud parents of one daughter.
As a family they are very active in
their local church, where Tom is an
assistant youth leader. Many activi-
ties take up Tom's leisure time
including fishing, golf, working on
computers and home remodeling.
Realty Temps Inc.
Jesse Kauffman and Fred
Clark are pleased to announce the
formation of a new company to.
serve the Nature Coast builder,
Realtor and "For Sale by Owner"
community, Realty Temps Inc.
Realty Temps provides profession-
al, temporary employees to serve
as "greeters" at new homes, open
houses, exclusive listings or to
meet any other need the owner,
builder or Realtor might envision.
Though not licensed sales person-
nel, the staff of Realty Temps are
professionals who collect contact
information, distribute literature,
can answer questions about the
property and the community posed
by prospective purchasers and
ensure that the property is open
and available for viewing during
advertised hours. Realty Temp staff
can also assist, by prior arrange-


ment, with basic office tasks and
receptionist duties at your office.
Realty Temps personnel are outgo-
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who receive training on a regular
basis in the skills and knowledge
needed to serve professional
clients.
Call Jesse Kauffman 228-0555;
Fred Clark 422-3953 today.
CB First Choice
Coldwell Banker First
Choice Realty is proud to
announce that
Becky Paradiso
is the top selling
agent for
February.
Paradise is
always trying to H:h
get your home
sold or find you a
perfect home. If PBecky
you are looking CB First
for a persistent Choice Realty
and friendly
Realtor, look no further. You can
reach Becky Paradiso at our office
at 7394 Gulf-to-Lake Highway,
Crystal River, or by phone at 794-
SELL (7355) or 794-SOLD (7653).
Visit our Web site at www.firstchoi-
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0 Coldwell Banker First
Choice Realty is excited to have
Cristine Nolan join the team
(photo unavailable at press time).
Nolan has lived in Citrus County for
six years, having moved here from
New Mexico, where she was a


crime scene photographer. She is
married to Thomas, a nuclear
security officer at the Crystal River
Nuclear Plant.
They have two sons, Lance 22,
who is in the U.S. Air Force sta-
tioned at Nellis Air Force Base,


Nevada, and Colton, 15, who is a The Coldwell Banker way:
freshman at Crystal River High Superior service and a commit-
School. Cristine Nolan looks for- ment to professionalism, is what
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during your home to thousands on
our innovative Web sites,
www.coldwellbanker.com and
www.firstchoiceinrealestate.com. If
you want someone with your inter-
est in mind stop by and see
Cristine Nolan at 7394 W. Gulf-to-
Lake Highway, Crystal River, or call
her at 794-7653.
Prudential convention
Realtors Joy Holland, Mike
McHale, Dick Rockwell, manager,
and Barry Cook, broker, attended
the 2005 Prudential Realtors
Convention in Las Vegas March
12-16. While there, they attended a
variety of classes and lectures
given by industry leaders dealing
with technology advances in real
estate, marketing techniques and
nrnvidinn niiualitv customer service.


Joy
Holland
Prudential Fla.
Showcase


Dick
Rockwell
Prudential Fla.
Showcase


Mike
McHale
Prudential Fla.
Showcase








Barry
Cook
Prudential Fla.
Showcase


ceremony, where they were recog-
nized for achieving the Chairman's
Circle Award, the highest individual
award given by Prudential for the
number of residential units sold.
Prudential award
Barry Cook, broker of
Prudential Florida Showcase
Properties attended an awards
ceremony while at the 2005
Prudential Convention in Las
Vegas. The local office received
the "Prudential Round Table
Award" for being the No. 1 office in
the U.S. Southeast (Maryland
through Florida) for the number of
residential units (houses and lots)
sold in 2004. Cook thanks all of his
Realtors and staff in the Citrus Hills
and Pine Ridge offices for making


this national award possible.
Paradise Realty
Paradise Realty and Invest-
ments Inc. is proud to welcome R.
Elizabeth
Collins, Realtor,
to their team.
She is a member
of the National
Association of
Realtors, the
Florida
Association of E zabeth
Realtors, and the Eizabet
Realtors Prudential Fla.
Association of Showcase
Citrus County.
Collins believes in giving back to
her community and has been
actively involved as a volunteer -


with CASA for several years. Her
previous extensive background in
contracts and purchasing provides
the "attention to detail" that will
allow her to better serve her cus-
tomers.
For a no-obligation consultation
for all your real estate needs, give
Elizabeth Collins a call at 795-
9335, or stop by her office at 300
Northwest U.S. 19, Crystal River.
RE/MAX Realty One
With more than $2 million in
closed sales volume, several
RE/MAX agents passed the multi-
million-dollar level in sales this
month. Alex Griffin, Scott
Fillbach, Tony Moudis and the

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Alex
Griffin
RE/MAX
Realty One


Scott

RE/MAX
Realty One


Tony Stoltz and
Moudis Love
RE/MAX, RE/MAX
Realty One Realty One
Jennifer Stoltz/Vicki Love team
all have reached this milestone
during the first quarter of the year.
Each of these agents are consis-
tent multimillion-dollar producers
who have dedicated themselves to
the real estate profession for many
years.
The owners of RE/MAX take
pride in recognizing these associ-
ates on their continued success.


Debbie Darrell
Fields Fields
RE/MAX RE/MAX
Realty One Realty One
See them today
for all your real
estate needs.
The associ-
ates and staff of
RE/MAX Realty
One are proud to
announce that
the team of The
Debbie and Barnses
Darrell Fields RE/MAX
has passed Realty One
another impres-
sive level of sales this year. By
averaging more than $1 million a
month in sales volume, the pair
has closed more than $4 million.
The Fieldses work in the
Inverness office of RE/MAX, where
they have been agents for more
than 15 years. The pair recently
included Scott Mason (photo not
available at press time) in their
team as a buyer specialist in order
to better service their expanding
business. The Fieldses invite all of
their customers and friends to con-
tact them at their Inverness office.


Lucy Barnes continues to
build her successful business and
receive statewide acclaim for her
accomplishments.
She has been recognized as the
No. 7 agent in the state for
February by the RE/MAX regional
offices.
With more than $7 million in
closed sales volume for the year,
she is fast approaching the covet-
ed Platinum Club level of sales for
the year. Barnes' son, Nathan, has
contributed more than $1 million in
sales volume to her team's suc-
cess this year.
The associates and staff of
RE/MAX Realty One congratulate
Lucy, Nathan and Lex Barnes for
their tremendous success. See her
for all your real estate needs.


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Seller: Hampton Hills
Buyer: Cola Charles A & Teresa A
Price: $66500
Addr: West County:
Description: Hillside Villas Second Addn
Pb 16 Pg 145 Lot 70 BIk D
Seller: Winborne James C & Willetha D
Buyer: Conard Marie A &
Price: $192500
Addr: West County: 04501 N Butternut
Ave
Description: Pine Ridge Unit 3 Pb 8 Pg 51
Lot 10 Bik 299
Seller: Chancey Bertha
Buyer: Conard Mills W & Thela D
Price: $4000
Addr: West County: 05350 S Memorial Dr
Description: New Homosassa Village Pb 4
Pg 92 Lot 118


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Seller: Koerts Arle & Sarah R
Buyer: Connell Homes Inc
Price: $82000
Addr: West County: 08552 W Drew Ct
Description: Chassahowitzka Vig Unit 3
Unrec Sub Lot 12 Bik H & Lot 1 Hess E 40 Ft
Desc As: Lot 12 Corn At Se Cor Of Sw 1/4
Of Se 1/4
Seller: Van Laet Jan A E
Buyer: Cooper Raymond & Sally
Price: $31100
Addr: West County: 01547 W Pine Ridge
Blvd
Description: Pine Ridge Unit 3 Pb 8 Pg 51
Lot 2 Bik 1

Seller: Kafcsak Ronald Trustee
Buyer: Crawford Frank C & Sherrie A
Price: $48000
Addr: West County: 10279 N Dapple Ter
Description: Citrus Ranches Unrec Sub
Tracts 34: Corn At Sw Cor Of Sei/4 Of
Swl/4 Th N 89 Deg 48m 57s E Al S Ln Of S
Ec 10, 263.4 Ff,


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Continued from Page 32E

Seller: Green James E & Joyce A
Buyer: Crawford Madeleine
Price: $270000
Addr: West County: 11290 W Cove
Harbor Dr
Description: Pelican Cove II Condo
Phase 3 Unit 144 Title In Or Bk 1407 Pg 165
Seller: Gladwin Susan Scott
Buyer: Davidoff Sharon English
Price: $20000
Addr: West County: 09069 N Cacalia Dr
Description: Crystal Manor Unit 2 Pb 8 Pg
112 Lot 10 BIk 95
Seller: Wheeler Construction Inc
Buyer: De Boise Robert A & Margaret J
Price: $664000
Addr: West County: 03915 N Grayhawk
Loop
Description: Black Diamond Second
Addn Pb 16 Pg 45 Lot 29 BIk J


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Seller: Cummins Alvin M & Judith M
Buyer: Dentzau Mark E & Susan M
-Price: $5500
Addr: West County: 11075 N Andrion Path
Description: Wlthlacoochee Acres Unrec
Sub Lot 10 Desc As: Cornm At Se Cor Of Sw
1/4 Of Sec 4-17-16 Th N 00deg 37m 39s E
Al E Ln Of Sdl
Seller: Secretary Of Housing & Urban
Buyer: Dewey Eugene P & Maria M
Price: $67000
Addr: West County: 04018 S Oakhurst Dr
Description: Kenwood North Unrec Sub
Lot 1 Blk B: Cornm At Se Cor Of Ne 1/4 Of
Nw 1/4 Of Sec 25-19-17 Sd Cor Also Being
The Se Cor Of L
Seller: Ernbree Ruth A Trustee
Buyer: Dishong Mary M
Price: $141000
Addr: West County: 01461 N Endicott Pt
Description: Fairmont VIge 2nd Add Pb
15 Pg 82 Lot 34 BIk 5
Seller: Woodstein Ira J & Patricia M
Buyer: Dixon William &
Price: $8000


Addr: West County: 10711 W Dunnellon
Rd
Description: Crystal Manor Unit 1 Pb 8 Pg
82 Lot 32 Blk 12
Seller: Mayeu Auddy J &
Buyer: Dohle Raymond G
Price: $55000
Addr: West County: 10081 S Woodward Pt
Description: Canal Point Pb 2 Pg 88 Lot 3
Less N 30 Ft & Less PcI Desc As: Begin At
Most S'Ly Cor Of Lt 3 Of Canal Pt Th N
48deg 50m
Seller: Thrumston Kathleen M & John T
Buyer: Ducharme Candy M
Price: $75000
Addr: West County:
Description: Lot 3: Com At The Ne Cor Of
Sec 5-19-18, Th S 89d 34m 42s W Al The N
Ln Of Sd Sec 5, 1340.78 Ft, Th S Od 19m
38s W 25 Ft
Seller: Black Diamond Properties Inc
Buyer: Easton Jeffrey W & Mary Ann
Price: $170000
Addr: West County:
Description: Black Diamond Fifth Add Pb
16 Pg 129 Lot 26 Blk A


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,Buyer: Eck Harry J & Christine C
Price: $6000
Addr: West, County: 08602 N Pine Needle
Ter
Description: Holiday Hts Unit 1 Pb 4 Pg 61
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Buyer: Eck Ronnie M & Marlene L -IF YOU ARE
Price: $15000
Addr: West County: 06347 W Linden Dr SELF-EMPLOYED
Description: Homosassa Hills Unit 2 Pb 4
Pg 128 Lot 147 Bik 18 There's no doubt about
Seller: Lawson Blanche V Trust it, it could be more diffi-
Buyer: Fillbac ScotttA cult for you to get a mort-
Price: $8000
Addr: West County: 08225 N Basswood gage loan if you are a
Ave free lance viola player
Description: Crystal Manor Unit 2 Pb 8 Pg than if you are a govern-
112 Lt 3 Blk 49 than if you are a govern-
ment accountant.
Seller: Mc Connell William M Traditionally lenders have
Buyer: FI Academy Of Impairment
Price: $128000 been more cautious
Please see /Page34E when evaluating loan
applications of buyers
who are self-employed
than people who work for
/ a regular salary.
0 If you are self-
employed, -there is no
reason fo6 you to shy
away from applying for a
home mortgage loan,
however, especially if
-your earnings have been
Sin the same field for at
:_ least two years. It is a
good idea to meet with
one or more loan officers
before you begin your
search. They will proba-
bly want to analyze your
tax returns for the past 2-
3 years, keeping in mind
that many self-employed
people can look impover-
ished on paper, since you
can write off some
expenses that salaried
individuals cannot. Try to
get pre-approval by the
lender, and ask for a let-
ter stating that you have
pre-approval for a loan
16. 1X-4that the Realtor can
attach to any offer you
submit on a home. This
Bedo, 3 will make your offer
1' -I0more attractive to the
. .... sellers in the event you
are in a multiple offer
-4 situation.
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PROP
Continued from Page 33E
Addr: West County: 11603 W Kingfisher Ct
Description: The Bay VIllas Bldg 32, 33, 34,
35 & 36 Condo Unit 197 Desc In Or Bk 817
Pg 1806
Seller Mankowski Charlotte
Buyer: Forensic Properties Inc
Price: $55000


Addr: West County: 01494 S Wallace Pt
Description: St Martins Est Rets Unit 6 Pb 4
Pg 150 Lot 1a Less Pt Descr In 0 R Bk 384
Pg 720 To Citrus Co For Rd R/W
Seller MankowskI Charlotte
Buyer: Forensic Properties Inc
Pdce: $55000
Addr: West County: 01510 S Wallace Pt
Description: St Martins Est Rets Unit 6 Pb 4
Pg 150 Lot 1
Seller Heckman Edward
Buyer: Gallagher William J
Price: $47000


Addr. West County: 04665 W Alamo Dr
Description: Pine Ridge Unit 1 Pb 8 Pg 25
Lot 23 Blk 100
Seller: Southern Heritage Inc
Buyer Geist Susan
Prdce: $18500
Addr West County:
Description: Emerald Oaks Ist Add Pb 14
Pg 73 Lot 27
Seller: Kraak Charles F & Shirley M
Buyer Gerhart Gene Q & Nila F
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PROP
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Price: $9800
Addr: West County: 10294 N Coco
Plumosa Dr
Description: Crystal Manor Unit 3 Pb 8 Pg
136 Lot 8 Bik 174
Seller: Gllum Donald L & Cell M
Buyer: Glanoutsos Steve & Denise
Price: $17000
Addr: West County: 04605 N Plum Tree Pt
Description: Holiday Acres Unit 3 Pb 7 Pg
26 Lot 9 Of Lot 42
Seller: Christie Ronald A &
Buyer: Gilbert Othan & Maidee
Price: $75000
Addr: West County:
Description: (Urs-00-05 Accepted 12/6/00
Survey In Or Bk 1420 Pg 424-432) Parcel
D: Coam At The Ne Cor Of Nw1/4 Of
Nel/4 Of Sec 29-17
Seller: Goodman Jack R & Dorothy 0
Buyer: Goodman Dorothy 0 &
Price: $82500
Addr: West County: 02126 W Deer Trail Ln
Description: Flying Dutchman Ests Phase I
Pb 12 Pg 118 Lot 21 Blk 3
Seller: Elland M Terry
Buyer: Granke Ernest P & Winona M
Price: $96000
Addr: West County: 07250 N Gold Leaf Pt
Description: Pt Of Nw1/4 Of Swl/4 E Of
Se'Ly R/W Ln Of Scl Rr Desc In Or Bk 901
Pg 1059 & Or Bk 1739 Pg 636


Seller Thomas Four Inc
Buyer Gufford Marjorie
Price: $5200
Addr: West County: 09378 W Marquette
Ln
Description: Marquette Village Unit 1 Pb
3 Pg 42 Lot 10 Bik 5
Seller: Boxley Enterprises Inc
Buyer: H & S Really & Property Inc
Price: $300000; Addr: West County: 11520
N Florida Ave
Description: Corn At Sw Car Of Nel/4, Th
N 89 Deg 57m 20s E Al S Ln Of Nel/4
466.8 Ft To Se Cor Of Lands Desc In Or Bk
603 Pg 14 66, T
Seller: Hampton Hills; Buyer Halght
Russell M Jr &; Price: $41500; Addr: West
County: Description: Skyvlew Villas I Pb
17 Pg 34 Lot 25
Seller: Green Richard P &
Buyer: Hanchar Donald L & Leigh A
Price: $120000
Addr: West County: 12431 N Florida Ave
Description: Town Of Dunnellon Pb 1 Pg
23 Lots 594 & 595 Less Rr & Less Rd & Pt
Of Railroad St Se Of Lot 595 & Nw Of
Nw'Ly R/W Ln Of
Seller: Hargraves Barbara D
Buyer: Hargraves Robert E
Price: $13000
Addr: West County: 06805 W Country
Club Dr
Description: Villa Ter Unit 10 Of
Homosassa Pb 1 Pg 51 Lot 23 Blk 332


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Elevated above road &
flat w/some trees.
Call Rob Tessmer, Jr.
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Completely re-done
and beautiful. Screen
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and deck, French
doors to breathtaking
view. Partially
furnished! $195,00
Call Peggy
Pendergrass
726-9533 or
563-8868


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Open. Lakefront Home
on almost one acre.
Reduced from $269,900
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refrig. w/ice maker,
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range, ceramic tile,
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On acreage!!!
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Perfect for animals,
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Cute 2/2 Cracker ACRES
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updates, still needs road frontage on
a little TLC. Orange Ave. in Floral
A steal @ $59,900. City. City water
Ask for Rob Tessmer Jr. available. $189,900.
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Seller: Shell Ben F & Stella
Buyer: Heckman Edward D
Price: $7500
Addr: West County: 08488 N Ironwood Ter
Description: Crystal Manor Unit 2 Pb 8 Pg
112 Lot 10 Blk 47
Seller: Steele Patricia R
Buyer: Heckman Edward D
Price: $7500
Addr: West County: 10912 W Kerry Ln
Description: Crystal Manor Unit 1 Pb 8 Pg
82 Lot 1 Blk 5


Seller: Cheedle Kathy Ann
Buyer: Hess Gary L & DIanna L
Price: $6700
Addr: West County: 11601 W Indian Cir
Description: Indian Woods Pb 11 Pg 138
Lot 18 Blk A
Seller-Hall Mary
Buyer: Hlrschfield Alvin S
Price: $70000
Addr: West County; 03426 N Holiday Dr
Description: Holiday Acres Unit 1 A Pt Of
Lot 40 Desc As: Begin At Ne Cor Of Lt 40
Of Holiday Acres Unit I Pb 5 Pg 65 Th S
89deg 31m
Seller: Arnold Jacquellne B
Buyer: Hoffman Frederick E & Teresa M


Price: $140000
Addr: West County: 08042 W Drover St
Description: Town Of Homosassa Unit 3
Pb 1 Pg 45 PcIl 48: Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5 BIk
129 & Vac Alley Betw Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5 &
Lots 6, 7
Seller: Arnold Jacqueline B
Buyer: Hoffman Frederick E & Teresa M
Price: $140000


Addr: West County: 08020 W Drover St
Description: Unit 3 Of Homosassa Pcl 49:
Lots 6, 7, 8,9 & 10 BIk A429 & W1/2 Of Vac
Michigan Blvd Betw Blks 129 & 136 Less Pt
In Va C
Seller: Baylen.Timoteo B & Isalda
Buyer: Host Jason L & Leigh Ann
Price: $228500
Addr: West County: 04997 N Peppermint


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Description: Pine Ridge Unit 3 Pb 8 Pg 51
Lot 8 Blk 16
Seller: Mack Patricia D
Buyer: Hunter Mark; Price: $12000
Addr: West County: 06239 S Tropicana
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WOODLAND ESTATES Close to mall 3/4 acre m.o.l. $38,000
DUNNELLON .40 acre m.o.l. 3103 W. Orange Grove PI., Hwy. 488 $48,000
OWNER FINANCING AVAIL Crystal River
2 BR 2 BA Mobile w/addition $55,000


THE ISLANDS CONDO Comm Pool/Tennis 2BR 2 BA $135,000


5 ACRES M.O.L. Zoned LDR-Hwy. 19 Frontage $125,000


2 Lots 100 x 160 M.O.L. Each- (MDR) 925 N. Conant Drive, CR $35,000
BELMONT HILLS/CITRUS HILLS One half acre m.o.l., $65,000
PINE RIDGE- One acre, M.O.L.- close to horse trail $79,900


LITTLE HUNTING CAMP Inglis .60 Acres m.o.l.- $19,900


CRYSTAL RIVER- 2BR 2BA 1 carport- 1.3 acres m.o.l., Fenced,
Beauty Salon, Lg. Shed, Boat Canopy, Fenced Yard- $189,900
CITRONELLE- Acreage- 2.10 acres m.o.l.- $40,000 2 Available



INVERNESS 1 BR-2BA- Fenced yd. Unf. $675
CITRUS SPRINGS Beautiful 4BR-2BA 2 CAR Unf. $1300
RIVERCOVE LANDINGS WATERFRONT w/Dock, 3 BR -2 BA
Stilt Home Unf. $1600 Furnished $1800 inc. utilities
CRYSTAL RIVER Pool Home Waterfront w/dock, workshop
3BR -2BA- 2 CAR Includes Pool Service- $1600
CRYSTAL RIVER DOUBLEWIDE Unl, 3RR 2 BA, $575
CRYSTAL RIVER Duplex, 2BR 2BA, Unf. w/ washer & diyer $675
THE ISLANDS Waterfront w/Dock Fully Furn., 2BR 2BA $1400
SPORTSMANS COVE Hom -Tri-level, Fully furn 2BR 2BA- $1500
THE ISLANDS Waterfront w/dock unf.- 2BR/2BA Comm. Pool/Tennis $1200
SRIVERHAVEN Waterfront w/dock Fully furn.- 2BR, 2BA $1550
PELICAN COVE Lovely waterfront w/dock/lift 3BR. 2 BA unf. $1600
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CITRUS HILLS
Charming 3/2/2 golf course home on the 10th
tee has cathedral ceilings, large living room &
family room, formal dining area, eat-in kitchen
w/lots of Oak cabinets, new Corian counter
tops, 2 pantries, pass through window, Ceran
top range & built-in microwave. Master quite
has 2 huge walk-in closets, neutral colors &
plant shelves throughout. Play room can be 4th
R. Community club house, pool & tennis
courts, membership included w/purchase.
Priced riaht at $249.900 R3904B


3/2 POOL HOME
with a breeze way to the 2.5 car detached
garage w/rm for your motor home. Sunken Liv
rm w/stone fireplace, Tiled Kitchen w/breakfast
bar & tiled counter tops, formal dining area,
Large Master suite w/walk-in closet and also
has a separate sitting rm/office. Nice Lanai
w/in-ground pool, Quiet back yard with a nice
size pond, Back yard is chain link fenced with a
dog kennel, all on a private cul-de-sac street.
This is a must see home R4060B $159,900


Crystal River
Area
Waterfront Lots
New community. Key
West style homes only.
Now Taking
reservations.
Lots starting at
$150,000


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Description: Lot 9: Corn At Se Cor Of Sec
33-19-18 Being On N Ln Of Sec 2- 20-18,
Th N 89 Deg 50m 18s E Al N Ln 457.73 Ft,
Th S 0 Deg
Seller: Freer Timothy E & Cheryl A
Buyer: Hutchinson Jon R & Charlene L
Price: $87000
Addr: West County: 00956 N Hollywood
Cir; Description: Connell Hts Unit 2 Pb 4
Pg 116 Lot 3 Blk B
Seller; Abbott Emmett
Buyer: J & F Enterprises Of Citrus
Price: $27800
Addr: West County: 06067 W Wayward
Wind Loop
Description: Grover Cleveland Ests Unit 5
Pb 14 Pg 37 Lot 21 BIk A
Seller: Abbott Emmett
Buyer: J & F Enterprises Of Citrus
Price: $27800
Addr: West County: 03753 S Emma Jane
Ter.
Description: Grover Cleveland Ests Unit 3
Pb 13 Pg 49 Lot 10 BIk A


Seller: Abbott Emmett
Buyer: J & F Enterprises Of Citrus
Price: $27800 -
Addr: West County: 06077 W Wayward
Wind Loop
-Description: Grover Cleveland Ests Unit 5
Pb 14 Pg 37 Lot 22 BIk A
Seller: Murat Ronald P Sr 81 Judith A
Buyer: Johns Raymond E & Suzanne S
Price: $73900
Addr: West County: 06472 W
Appomattox Ln
Description: Heritage Acres Unit 4 Pb 12
Pg 8 Lot 7 Blk K
Seller: Collard Hazel
Buyer: Jones Billy M & Stace L
Price: $21000; Addr: West County: 10344
W Pamondeho Cir
Description: Ftt 0 Pt On A Curve
Concavced Sw'Ly Habing A Central
Angle Of Deg 27b & 28 Desc As 27a:
Corn At Nw Cor Of Ne 1/4 Of Sec
Seller: Smalley Melvin A & Rita
Buyer Klinkman Nellie
Price: $227600
Addr: West County: 07490 S Suncoast
Blvd
Description: S 400 Ft Of Pt Of Sel/4 Of
Sel/4 W Of Us Hwy 19 Less E 200 Ft Of N
300 Ft Desc In Or Bk 1171 Pg 17 & Or Bk


1182 Pg 37 8
Seller: Yordanoff Sona
Buyer: Kmbe LUc; Price: $7500,
Addr: WestfCounty: 05937 W Pine Cir
Description: Connell Hts Urit 5 Pb 7 Pg 69
Lot 54
Seller: Gee William B & F Gall
Buyer: Kresser Jason &
Price: $27500
Addr: West County:
Description: Rocky Ripple Unrec Sub Lot
123: Corn At The Sw Cor Of Nel /4 Of
Nel/4 Of Sec 15-19-16, Th N Od 30m W Al
The W Ln Of Sd Nel
Seller: La Rocca Vincenza Trustee
Buyer: Kronen Robin P & Beverly A
Price: $54900
Addr: West County: 04298 W Mustang
Blvd
Description: Pine Ridge Unit 1 Pb 8 Pg 25
Lot 4 Bik 234
Seller: Cason H Ernest
Buyer: Kuehner Andrea Dale & Paul
Price: $48000
Addr: West County: 11318 S Ann Pt
Description: Sw1/4 Of Sel/4 & S1/2 Of
Swl/4 Desc As Follows: Comm At Se Crn
Of Sw 1/4 Of Se 1/4 Of Sec 36-20-17 Thn
N Odeg 20m 51s W


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Gaffney, "The Golden Girl," in honor of her clients of Exit
Realty Leaders. A total of 370 clients attended the annual
affair that included a sit-down dinner, four hours of live
entertainment and a visit from Santa for the children.
Gaffney thanks her clients for their loyalty, trust and espe-
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a room. 3 car attached garage. 167 ft. of lake front
anced in with oversized driveway. Hook up for
as on. Call me for a private showing. Ask for Deb
all: 634-2656 Listing #18806HW. $499,900.


rand RIDETHE FOREST, 6 acre gentleman's farm on the
Withlacoochee forest. Lovely 3BR/2BA home with screened
as porch, 2 car garage basement, detached 24x24 workshop,
more. 20x50 barn with tin roof, 2 stalls, tack room, bay storage,
d for completely fenced. Ride out the back in to the forest. Call
Martha Synder today 476-8727 #18693HN $389,000.


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possibility of 3d bedroom).The Florda room is a great plce to entertain your guests
and it leads to the caged pool. The lenced in back yard goes to the waterfront, covered
boathouse and dockl Theres a beautiful 30x40 workshop with 220 electric, six ceiling
ans and hot water lor the bathroom shower Automatic garage door screens (elecdrc)
and so much morel $269,000 Call Walt Pulki 352-228-7020 #18607HW.
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WONDERFUL 200-v.'.a..- l rr.&77 r.:':.s.:,i 1 :n r,..s .,I.F C,',I.0.r-r E ir
Citrus Hills .This 3BFR2BA home offers formal dining, eat in kitchen.
breakfast bar, wood floors, wood blinds, large master bedroom/bath.
Social membership available. $219,900.18857HN Call Maxine Hellmers
or Kmrnbedry Miner 35?.r26-W66 or pro-.l491 .-cR-3


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I WATERFRONT... 2BR/2BAtl.5CG with 2 car carport also has open floor plar
with windowed lanai, caged inground pool, nice oaks, dock and is almost
river fro, just a short distance on this nice canal to the Widhlacoochee River.
Priced right at only $229,900. Call 352-563-6866 Today.


OPPORTUNITY, This 2004 2BFI3BA home is on wonderful
water with great boat dock and is ready for you and your
business! In good business location don't let this opportunity
pass you byl This won't last, period $189,900 MLS#18769C
Call Walt Pulcini 352-228-7020.


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OF THE CENTURY OT in nome wr I ,ar e canal ro nver ur,
rplus adioninr 1,1 alth moble. (cr ,,Id t6 puild roff .:. r.itaim:
g anomer snit omel) Trhis home learures a massie 3 car
tSe-lornm screened, heated pool, 2BPR2BA split plan, long
e screen mom across the rear of the home, plus lanced 8Ox100
ids and dogs and a detached screened pary room near the
h 2nd parcel this total 2.5 acres MOL with 346 ft. on canal
57.000 ._ -' u- rafs


ThIS WiLL MAKE YOU HAPPY Ba.,ulyOl oe" Sr3 ar. ';r.L. uri r y-
rapped home, 2BR/2BA/lCG with panoramic vimew of the wide canal r WATERFRONTTO HENDERSON LAKE ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS, ONE OF A KINDILakelron property ofers pae,
which Is 200 yds. to the main body of the river from the living room, mar dock wIly. pria y ands wto mile. Soulnduld by larg oaks, Magongltha Taan Apa
screen room and decklanal Many deft touches In this well-planned home 2BR/2BA/1 car garage fenced, new dock Asking dock will allow access to miles of beautiful lake activities along the Tsanta Apopka
Deck Is complete with fish cleaning area and covered concrete boat slip. $179,900. Call Renee Rosenberger at 860-5301 Chin ofanIsl. Natureenthusl asts ain for amahreat experiening theftroue
)189,000 Ask for Marilyn Booth 637-4904 18858HW. #18690HW. ,;.. =.i:. n u..., or s19 0on . m, ,, ;y : = ,.

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NEWTO MARKET Lovely neat and clean home on 120x120 atmosphere will make yot
from here is like no other In Citrus County, This unit Is an end unit lot. Boasting 2BR/28A fenced yard, glassed porch, patio and screenedrooml heac he
making it very desirable. Call for your appLtlodayl #18884HW ask lor much more. #18896HN priced at $99,500 Call today ask for done a ot work hre
UMaina HallmAer or Kimbadv Miner 2m52-72m3668 or 800-543-.383. 1I rih Cr,,rI r a- t a4.a11797 -- I nTho...... I-I


s 3BR/2BA double wide
Front deck and back
back yard. Seller has
dy to move into. $89,900.


I FURNISHED MOBILE! Close to all, shopping,
schools, hospitals, 2BR/1.5BA, on 100xl 00 lot
with central water. $37,000. Call Martha
Snvder today! 476-8727, ask for file #18696MH.


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