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Place of Publication: Inverness, Fla.
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Publication Date: November 8, 2005
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Official: $2,068 fee is excessive


Hearing on utility charges starts tomorrow


TERRY WITT
terrywitt@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
The county's utility regulator on
Monday said he is recommending
denial of a government utility's
request to impose a $2,068 special


property assessment to pay for water
line extensions in Citrus Springs.
But Utility Regulatory Director
Robert Knight said the Florida
Governmental Utility Authority is
entitled to earn more than the $446
per lot it currently collects for line
extensions.


The unanswered questions: How
much should the utility charge, and
what is fair?
Knight will discuss his recommen-
dations Wednesday afternoon when
the Citrus County Water and
Wastewater Authority convenes for a
three-day public hearing to consider
FGUA's proposals. Knight advises the
WWA on rate and utility regulatory
issues.


FGUA also wants to impose a line
maintenance fee of about $15 in
Citrus Springs and $30 in Pine Ridge,
according to Knight, but he will rec-
ommend a flat denial of those fees. He
said FGUA is already recovering its
maintenance costs through its water
and sewer rates.
The hearing begins at 3 p.m.
Wednesday in Room 166 of the
Lecanto Government Building. It


reconvenes at 8:30 a.m. Thursday, and
if need be, the hearing can be extend-
ed to 8:30 a.m. the following Monday.
The room is reserved for all three
days.
FGUA has been criticized by some
residential customers for attempting
to impose the property assessments
without county review. County com-
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Thirteen-year-old Alyssa Spencer, an eighth-grader at the Inverness Middle School, pets one of the piglets being raised in the Future Farmers of America E
program at the school. The program is raising two adult pigs and a steer that will be shown at the Citrus County Fair in the spring. t

Middle school pupils learn responsibility, leadership from caring for livestock

SCRiSTY LOFTIS class at Inverness Middle School. ing for the animals, especially bot- skills, as well as responsibility.
cloftis@chronicleonline.com This year, his classes and Future tie-feeding the piglets. while providing them with fun activ-
Chronicle Farmers of America (FFA) pupils Anglin teaches his classes and the ties.
have cared For pregnant pigs, FFA members how to raise the ani- And Anglin knows he was in
Before running to her next class, piglets and a steern as well as help- mals, and daily care techniques. FFA when he went to Inierness
S Alyssa Wear stops to wash the stinky ing to build and repair animal pens "It's For the students to get Middle School Now, under Anglin's
muck off her flip-flops so do behind the school. involved with animal projects for direction, the school has more than
S about a third of her classmates. Even though she sometimes ends the fair," Angilin said. 90 FFA members.
It's one of the hazards of taking up going to her next class a little He believes the FFA program
James Anglin's agriculture science smelly. Alyssa, 13. said she likes car- teaches the children leadership Please .ee i.' .;-'/Page 5A


Trial date reset


in Graham case

DAVE PIEKLIK
dpieklik@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle

Attorneys agreed Monday to a new trial date
for Inverness attorney and former judge Gary
Graham, accused of fondling two girls at his
Dunnellon home in December 2003.
Circuit Judge Ric Howard set a May 15 trial
date during a status conference at the Citrus
County Courthouse in Inverness. Howard post-
poned the original trial date of Nov. 28 indefi-
nitely during an Aug. 31 status conference after
lawyers said issues with witness depositions
were causing problems.
Graham is charged with one count of sexual
battery and two counts of lewd and lascivious
conduct after being accused of inappropriately


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Pete's Pier development plan


gets lukewarm reception


BRIAN LaPETER/Chronicle
Gary Graham, left, and his attorney Stephen
Romine leave Judge Ric Howard's courtroom
Monday morning after a status conference final-
izing a trial date of May 15, 2006.
touching two 10-year-old girls who had been
sleeping at his house. One girl was the daughter
of a woman he was dating; the other girl was her
friend, according to court records.

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An excerpt from t TOKYOPO comic 'Peach Fuz by ndsay Cbos andJared Hodges
SOURCE: TOKYOPOP AP
Some newspapers opt to add Japanese-
style "manga" to draw young readers./12A


France plans
curfews
French Prime
Minister
Dominique de
Villepin said
curfews would
be imposed
wherever they
are needed as
9,500 officers
are de-
ployed./12A


MIKE WRIGHT
mwright@
chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
A developer's ambitious
plan to transform Pete's Pier
into a resort hotel may be a lit-
tle too ambitious for Crystal
River officials.
Three council members
interviewed Monday said
plans for a 120-unit condomini-
um are too expansive and a
fourth councilwoman said resi-
dents she's spoken with feel
the same way.
Representatives from NEHI
Investments LLC, a Palm


Harbor-based company, pre-
sented the plan to council
members and the public at a
meeting last week.
NEHI has an $11.5 million
contract to purchase Pete's
Pier, a marina on King's Bay
that's been in existence since
1969. The purchase is pending
approval of a development
plan.
Attorney Clark Stillwell, who
represents NEHI, initially said
the company would need city
council approval just to submit
a plan.
Stillwell said Monday he
now has learned that a devel-
opment agreement is in the


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county's comprehensive
growth-management plan, but
not the city's. City Attorney
Anthony Perrone confirmed
that with a reporter.
NEHI's plans for Pete's Pier
at Kings Bay include closing
the boat ramp, then buying
property across from city hall
for a new boat ramp. The com-
pany would construct the ramp
and parking, then deed it free
to the city.
In all, company representa-
tives say the investment could
reach $100 million.
Some council members,
Please see F :P/Page 5A


Details trickle In
about fatal chase
* Man who died in
a car crash Satur-
day linked to
homicide in Pinel-
las County./3A
* Boaters urged to
watch for mana-
tees./3A
* County might get
transportation
officer./3A


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2A TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2005


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the Florida
Lottery:


CASH 3
8-1-5
PLAY 4
4-0-7-1
FANTASY 5
9- 17-25-28-33
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 6
Cash 3:8-6-0
Play 4: 5 3- 8 7
Fantasy 5:12 17 25 26 31
5-of-5 No winner
4-of-5 244 $811.50
3-of-5 7,281 $10.50
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5
Cash 3:3 1 7
Play 4: 7-0-6 6
Fantasy 5: 2 10 14 17 35
5-of-5 2 winners' $122,570.28
4-of-5 321 $123
3-of-5 10,683 $10
Lotto: 2 3 16 -21 36 39
6-of-6 No winner
5-of-6 80 $4,922
4-of-6 4,574 $69.50
3-of-6 93,917 $4.50
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4
Cash 3:5-9-4
Play 4: 2 -1 0 4
Fantasy 5:3 5 15 24 30
5-of-5 No winner
4-of-5 345 $762.50
3-of-5 10,867 $9
Mega Money: 3 4 22 -28
Mega Ball: 15
4-of-4 MB No winner
4-of-4 10 $2,582.50
3-of-4 MB 92 $613.50
3-of-4 1,829 $92
2-of-4 MB 2,521 $47
2-of-4. 54,143 $3.50
1-of-4 MB 20,326 $6
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3
Cash 3:2-2-7
Play 4: 0 4 7 6
Fantasy 5: 25 26 29 34 36
5-of-5 2 winners $101,595.83
4-of-5 258 $127
3-of-5 7,278 $12.50
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2
Cash 3:1 -7-4
Play 4:0 8 5 5
Fantasy 5: 2 -4 6 35 36
5-of-5 3 $69,630.96
4-of-5 279 $120.50.
3-of-5 8,924 $10.50
Lotto: 16 39 43 46 49 50

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the numbers printed above
with numbers officially posted
by the Florida Lottery. On the
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TOday in
HISTORY-
Today is Tuesday, Nov. 8, the
312th day of 2005. There are 53
days left in the year This is
Election Day.
Today's Highlight in History:
On Nov. 8, 1923, Adolf Hitler
launched his first attempt at seiz-
ing power with a failed coup in
Munich, Germany, the "Beer-Hall
Putsch."
On this date:
In 1933, President Roosevelt
created the Civil Works Admini-
stration, designed to create jobs
for more than four million unem-
ployed.
In 1965, the soap opera "Days
of Our Lives" premiered on NBC.
Ten years ago: Retired General
Colin Powell embraced the
Republican Party, but said he
would not run for president or any
other political office in 1996
because it was "a calling that I do
not yet hear."
Five years ago: A statewide
recount began in Florida, which
emerged as critical in deciding the
winner of the 2000 presidential
election. O Waco special counsel
John C. Danforth released his final
report absolving the government of
wrongdoing in the 1993 siege at
the Branch Davidian compound in
Texas.
One year ago: Thousands of
U.S. troops attacked the toughest
strongholds of Sunni insurgents in
Fallujah, Iraq, launching a long-
awaited offensive aimed at putting
an end to guerrilla control of the
city. The U.S. dollar was elimi-
nated from circulation in Cuba.
Today's Birthdays: Actor
Norman Lloyd is 91. Actress June
Havoc is 89. Jazz singer Chris
Connor is 78. Singer Patti Page is
78. CBS newsman Morley Safer is
74. Singer Bonnie Raitt is 56. TV
personality Mary Hart is 55. Play-
boy Enterprises chairman and
chief executive Christie Hefner is
53. Singer-songwriter Rickie Lee
Jones is 51. Singer-actor Leif
Garrett is 44. Actress Courtney
Thome-Smith is 38. Actress Parker
Posey is 37. Rock musician Jimmy
Chaney is 36. Actress Roxana Zal
is 36. Singer Diana King is 35.
Actress Gretchen Mol is 32.
Actress Tara Reid is 30. Actress
Azura Skye is 24. Actor Chris
Rankin is 22. TV.personality Jack
Osbourne ("The Osbournes") is
20.
Thought for Today: "What is
politics but persuading the public
to vote for this and support that
and endure these for the promise
of those?" Gilbert Highet,
Scottish-born American author and
educator (1906-1978).


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Homicide victim's

car found in Citrus
AMY SHANNON
ashannon@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle

Authorities identified the man who
died Saturday during a high-speed
chase across the Citrus-Hernando bor-
der and named him as a suspect in the
death of a Pinellas Park man found
dead in his apartment the next day.
Pinellas County Sheriff's Office
(PCSO) deputies found the unidentified
victim's body inside Apt.. J-3 at the
Townhouse Northwest complex, 6156
N. 58th St, in unincorporated Pinellas
Park, according to PCSO.
Detectives found signs of trauma to


the victim's upper body and
believe the victim was dead for
as long as three days before
detectives found him. :
The now-deceased homicide f.
suspect, identified Mpnday by .
Florida Highway Patrol officials
as David K. Mansour, 43, of
Largo, was also linked to three
recent Pinellas County robberies aI
and one attempted robbery. die
Prior to his death, Mansour high-
confided in another person that chase
he had committed a homicide Cit
and a bank robbery in Pinellas Herr
County, according to PCSO. bo
Citrus County sheriff's offi-
cials requested that PCSO deputies
conduct a well-being check on the
homicide victim's apartment after they
found his blue 1994 Pontiac Grand Am
on Sunday partially submerged in a


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off of Grover Cleveland
Boulevard in Citrus County.
At the apartment, PCSO
deputies received no answer. A
r deputy found the homicide vic-
'. tim's body after entering the
apartment through an unlocked
vi. door, according to PCSO.
sour The night before, Mansour
in a led Citrus County sheriff's
speed deputies on a high-speed chase
across while driving a 2002 Ford
us- Escape, which was reported
ando stolen from a Homosassa con-
der. venience store.
The pursuit ended at 6:46
p.m. Saturday on U.S. 19 near Weeki
Wachee, when Mansour drove over a
set of "stop sticks" set up by Hernando
County sheriff's deputies. After driving
about a mile, Mansour crashed into a


group of trees, according to the Florida
Highway Patrol. He was transported to
Oak Hill Hospital in Brooksville, where
he was pronounced dead.
As the multi-faceted case unfolded,
PCSO detectives recovered evidence
from inside the stolen SUV following
the Hernando County crash. Detectives
later linked that evidence to the aban-
doned car discovered approximately
3/4 mile from the scene of the auto theft.
CCSO detectives are conducting an
investigation into the auto theft and
Saturday's chase, FHP officials are
handling the crash and PCSO detec-
tives are investigating the homicide.
*Anyone with information concerning
the homicide investigation should call
Sgt. Mike Madden or Sgt. Paul Halle of
the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office at
(727) 582-6200 or Crime Stoppers at
(800) 873-TIPS.


BRIAN LaPETER/Chronicle
Jill Desmond, left, whose husband, National Guardsman Sgt. Dennis Boles, died last year while serving in the Gulf War, and Gaye and Stan Lapinski, whose son
Army Spc. Stanley "Stosh" Lapinski, was killed In a roadside bombing in June in Iraq, place flowers Monday at the Fallen Heroes monument at Bicentennial Park
in Crystal River. The Crystal River Rotary Club organized the short ceremony in honor of Veteran's Day.




County looking for ways FWC asks boaters


to save sewer project


Commissioner hopes old

lawsuit can save

Chassahowitzka project
TERRY WITT
terrywitt@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle

The county has unearthed an old lawsuit that
County Commissioner Gary Bartell hopes he
can use as leverage to save the Chassahowitzka
water and sewer project.
In January 2004, the Chassahowitzka River
Restoration Committee Inc.,
agreed to end its lawsuit
against the Florida Depart- It's
ment of Environmental
Protection and state Depart- going to
ment of Health, mainly on
grounds the county would be over my
soon be extending central
sewer to the Chassahowitzka. dead body
Building the sewer line
would end the pollution if we lose
issue. mn
However, those involved in the mon
the settlement never contem-
plated the county running
into financial problems with about $4 million i
the project A recent con-
struction bid was several mil-
lion dollars higher than the county had estimat-
ed, and there is now a shortfall of funds.
The county has proposed a $10,336 property
assessment to pay for the shortfall.
Homeowners would also be asked to pay a
$3,760 connection fee. But some property own-
ers feel the price is too high and have suggested
abandoning the project.
Commissioners will take up the issue next
Tuesday when county staff makes a presenta-
tion about the Chassahowitzka water and sewer
project. The board will have the option of going
forward with the assessment. Or, the board may


discuss what would happen if it gives back the
$4 million in state grant funding and cancels the
project, Bartell said.
Bartell wants the project to go forward.
"It's going to be over my dead body if we lose
the money," he said.
The lawsuit settlement made note of the fact
that the Florida Department of Environmental
Protection had contributed funding to the proj-
ect and had approved Citrus County's applica-
'tion for a permit to build sewer lines to
Chassahowitzka. The settlement said the proj-
ect would be built within two years.
DEP and the Department of Health were
sued in an effort to force the agencies to end the
pollution in the Chassahowitzka River, believed
caused by residential septic
tanks. Bartell said even
though the lawsuit has
ended, he believes the state
B. still has responsibility for
cleaning up the water in
Chassahowitzka and may be
willing to contribute grant
money to the cause.
Mickey Newberger, who
headed the restoration com-
mittee that sued the state,
ey. said he is keeping his fingers
crossed, hoping the county
Gary Bartell goes forward with the special
n state grant funding. assessment. After hearing
about the funding shortfall
and talk of canceling the
Chassahowitzka project, Newberger said he for-
warded the 400-plus page lawsuit file to a pri-
vate attorney specializing in federal Clean
Water Act litigation.
While the restoration committee has disband-
ed, he said it wouldn't take much effort to pay
the corporate dues and activate the organiza-
tion again, and if necessary, file another lawsuit.
"Everybody is so deluded about who is
responsible. They hide behind one another,"
Newberger said. "I would hope it doesn't come
down to more litigation. You want to throw away
that $4 million. That doesn't make good sense."


to watch out


for manatees


Manatees

moving to

warmer water

Special to the Chronicle
Florida manatees are on the
move, seeking warm water
sites to spend the winter. The
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) appeals to boaters to be
especially cautious to look out
for manatees and be alert to
changing speed zones 'on
waterways.
The FWC said boaters
should scan the water near,
and in front of, their vessels for
swirls resembling large foot-
prints, a repetitive line of half-
moon swirls, a mud trail or
manatee snouts or tails break-
ing the surface.
Kipp Frohlich, leader of
FWC's Imperiled Species
Management Section, said
boaters can help manatees
have a safe migration by:
E Staying in marked chan-
nels.
Wearing polarized sun-
glasses to improve vision.
Abiding by posted boat
speed zones.
Using poles, paddles or
trolling motors when in close
proximity to manatees.


CITRUS COUNTY
MANATEE RULES
Sept. I to Feb. 28 25
mph on lower (western)
portions of the
Withlacoochee River and
Bennetts CreeK..
Sept. I to March 31 -
25 mph on lower (west-
ern) por lions of the
Chassahowitzka River.
Sept. 1 to April 30 -
idle speed or slow speed
on portions of Kings
Bay. .
Oct. 1 to April 30 -
slow speed on portions
of the Homosassa River
between the Salt River
and Trade Winds Marina
and southern portion of
Halls River.
Nov. 15 to April 30-
slow speed on all waters
in the vicinity of the
Progress Energy effluent
canal.
Nov. 15 to March 31 -
no entry within the Blue
Waters area of the upper
Homosassa River near
Homosassa Springs
Wildlife State Park.

Having someone aboard to
scan the water for signs of
manatees while their vessels
are under way
For more information about
manatees, visit
www.MyFWC.com.


"What matters."
"As an employee of
Citrus
Mem-
orial
Hospital
and the
pharma- .
cy tech
supervi- d I
sor, I
give to
United Lella
Way Johnson
because
not only does it make
you feel good knowing
you are helping some-
one in need, but for the
grace of God, it could
be you or a family
member that someday
needs help...."
GET INFO: For more
information about
United Way of Citrus
County, call 527-8894 or
visit the Web site at
www.citrusunitedway.org.

Group to discuss
skate park opening
The Crystal River All-Skate
Initiative (CRASI) will meet at
3:30 p.m. today in the gazebo
behind Crystal River City Hall to
discuss updates to the new. skate
park and its grand opening.
CCC schedules
Capt. Eckstein
EOC Director Capt. Joe Eck-
stein will speak at the Citrus
County Council's (CCC) meeting
at 9 a.m. Wednesday. The EOC
coordinates the county's emer-
gency response to disasters.
CCC meets at the Beverly Hills
Lions Club, 72 Civic'Circle.
Beverly Hills Delegates are
urged to attend and bring guests.
Meetings are open to the public.
Public meetings set
for school rezoning
To ease overcrowding at Le-
canto High School, the Citrus
County School District is plan-
ning to rezone several school
zone lines.
The general areas under con-
sideration are sections of south-
west Pine Ridge, west of Black
Diamond Golf Course and an
area north,of Homosassa Trail.
If rezoned, students in these
areas would attend Crystal
River High School in the 2006-
07 school year.
The district is also consider-
ing rezoning some areas south
of Norvell Bryant Highway, east
of Annapolis Avenue. Those stu-
dents would attend Citrus High
School.
Letters have been sent to
families who will be affected by
the changes.
Before the school board
makes its decision in January,
the district will hold two commu-
nity meetings to hear from resi-
dents about the proposed
changes: 6:30 p.m. Thursday in
the Citrus High cafeteria; and
6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 15, at
Crystal River High.
For more information, call
Renna Jablonskis, director of
student services, at 527-0090.
VA secretary to
attend clinic opening
U.S. Rep. Ginny Brown-Waite,
R-Crystal River, will welcome
U.S. Veterans Affairs Secretary
James Nicholson to the grand
opening of the new Lecanto VA
Community Based Outpatient
Clinic from 10a.m. to noon
Monday at the Citrus County
Resource Center, 2804 W. Marc
Knighton Court, Lecanto.
The new Lecanto facility
replaces the VA clinic in Inver-
ness that opened in 2000. Due
to growth in enrollment, lack of
adequate parking and an inabili-
ty to expand the Inverness facili-
ty, a replacement facility was
necessary in order to continue
to provide timely services to vet-
erans in Citrus County.
Citrus County is in one of the
fastest growing veteran popula-
tion areas in Florida. Approxi-
mately 80 new patients per
month seek enrollment in the
area and more than 24,000 vet-
erans reside in the region.
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GRAHAM
Continued from Page 1A

Howard asked defense attor-
ney Stephen Romine on
Monday why he was requesting
an extended continuance for
the case, to which Romine indi-
. cated it was to address the con-
tinuing concerns of scheduling
depositions in the case.
Romine previously men-
tioned that some depositions
were cancelled and resched-
uled because some witnesses
had either failed to appear or
were unable to complete their
deposition.
He told Howard some depo-
sitions had been scheduled as
late as March, and after talking
with Assistant State Attorney
Rich Buxman, who's prosecut-
ing the case, said they both
agreed a later trial date would
be better.
Howard looked over his trial
calendar for next year, focusing


on May, before offering up
three possible dates. The judge
finally selected the May 15
date.
"That works for everybody?"
Howard asked, to which
Romine and Buxman replied it
did. Howard set a May 11 pre-
trial date so both sides could
finalize trial preparations. The
trial is expected to take about
four days.
Howard set a Feb. 13 status
conference to determine if the
new trial date would still be
practical.
Outside court, Romine told
reporters that as witnesses are
interviewed, more witnesses
are added, saying, "There's
more people I definitely want
to talk to."
He said Buxman and he
agreed a scheduling change
would be needed because dep-
osition dates have been pushed
back. He said depositions that
have already been taken are
being filed at the courthouse,
hinting that some of the testi-


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though, say residents are
alarmed at the project's scope,
especially for the Pete's Pier
site.
"Most people are against it,"
Councilman Roger Proffer
said. "It's bulky and too big.
The idea is excellent but the


LESSONS
Continued from Page 1A

This year has been especial-
ly exciting for the children
because the two pigs, Big
Mama and Cloud, became
pregnant after going to a farm
in Ocala this summer.
"We were going to have one
as barbecue last year, but the
kids didn't want to eat her so
she went to a farm in Ocala for
breeding," Anglin said.
Melissa Thomas, 13, is both
an FFA member and in
Anglin's class. When she found
out Big Mama was giving birth
on a Saturday, she and her
mom rushed to the school to
watch.
The Yorkshire pig had 8
piglets. During the birth, two
died, but to Melissa's amaze-
ment her mom was able to
revive one.
"When he came to he started
jumping around like he never
even died," Melissa said.
Since the birth earlier this
semester, Anglin has sold five
of the seven pigs to students
hoping to raise them as proj-
ects for the fair. They'll have to
be careful that the animals will
weigh more than 220 pounds.
"I think they'll make
weight," Anglin said, "but it'll
be close."
Cloud, the other pig, gave
birth last week, but sadly, none
of her babies lived, Anglin
sail.
At school, the pupils' main
jobs are to clean the pens daily,
feed and brush the animals
and make sure none of the
pens need to. be repaired.
Malerie Bramlett, 13, is a
member of FFA and like
Melissa, takes Anglin's agricul-
ture science class. At home she
has two chickens, one rabbit,
reptiles, cats, turtles and a
squirrel with no legs. She's
plan i ng on putting her chick-
.ens and rabbit in the fair.
She's unsuccessfully been
trying to convince Anglin to
purchase chickens for the
school for days. Anglin has
been saying no because a few
years ago, the chickens they
had were killed by raccoons.
Malerie comes down to the
animals' pens before school
each morning with her friends
to care for the animals and
brush the steer named Black
Jack
"I like being with the ani-
mals," Malerie said. '"And I get
to be with my friends."

County BRIEFS

Family Care Council
slates meeting
The District 13 Family Care
Council will meet from 10 a.m. to
noon Monday at the Wildwood
City Hall, 100 Main St. (U.S. 301).
All persons interested in issues of
those with developmental disabili-
ties and their families are invited to
attend. For more information, call
Dennis Michon at 860-5089 or
Betty Kay Clements at (352) 753-
1163.
Beverly Hills
to hold Fall concert
Continuing its increasingly pop-
ular monthly "Sunday in the Hills"
events, the Beverly Hills
Recreation Association has
arranged for the delightful and tal-
ented Citrus Concert Band to per-
form its Fall concert musical
extravaganza show at 2 p.m.
Sunday. The low cost of $5 plus
tax includes coffee and cake.
Those of you who have heard this
group's performance in the past
know how wonderful they are.
Everyone is welcome.
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scale is too big. They can take it
to the planning board if they
want to, but word on the street
is they won't make it past the
planning board."
Councilwoman Susan Kirk
said she hasn't made up her
mind. She, too, has received
phone calls and e-mails from
citizens.
"I have heard a lot in the com-
munity. So far the public is very
worried about the project," she


UTILITY
Continued from Page 1A

missioners agreed and argued
the county's interlocal agree-
ment with FGUA gave the
county regulatory authority
over the assessments. FGUA
relented and allowed the
review.
Knight said he agrees FGUA


said. "It's the density, the height,
the loss of the boat ramp."
The plan calls for two six-
story buildings. The bottom two
stories would be used for park-
ing, though Stillwell said he
thinks the plan can be modi-
fied to have just one parking
story, reducing the total height.
Councilman John Kendall
said he'd be more interested in
a scaled-back plan.
"Basically, I think it's a little

has the right to recover its costs
in building new water lines,
but $2,068 is excessive. In the
agenda package, Knight lists
his recommendations and
gives his reasons.
He initially suggested that a
property assessment of $1,554
would be enough to cover line
extensions, but that figure was
based on the company issuing
bonds to pay for the extensions.
Knight said a bond issue would


too much for Pete's Pier," he
said. "I'm inclined to think the
majority of the people who live
here don't want something like
this. They want to see improve-
ments at Pete's Pier, but not to
this magnitude."
Kendall also said he wants
more citizen input about Pete's
Pier itself. 'Last Tuesday's meet-
ing was billed as a town hall dis-
cussion on the future of Pete's
Pier, but basically the entire two

cost money He thinks FGUA
can recover its costs by charg-
ing customers more for line
extensions as they build them
rather than incurring the costs
of a big bond issue.
Knight said FGUA's numbers
are based on its plan to build
34.5 miles of water line in
Citrus Springs in the first of six
phases, but he said the plan is
to extend water lines to areas
not currently under develop-


hours was spent discussing the
proposed development
"Somewhere along the line
we need a consensus to replace
Pete's Pier with something most
people are going to be happy
with," he said. "That's what
we're going to find out: what
most people are happy with."
Only Councilman Jim Farley
has outright stated his opposi-
tion. During the town hall
meeting, he said a develop-

ment, and he disagrees with
that philosophy He said it is
not justified.
However, he added that
FGUA should be able to recov-
er its costs when it builds a
water line that passes 20
vacant lots to reach a new
home at the end of the street.
Every vacant lot owner should
pay an equal share of the cost.
But Knight said FGUA is cur-
rently absorbing the cost of


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"Overall I think it would be a
disaster for the city," he said.
"We just cannot afford to have
something like that in Crystal
River. I just think it'll be a
nightmare."

building lines past the vacant
land. He said that isn't fair to
the utility.
"They're only recovering 4
percent of their costs," he said.



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Edith Bowen, 71
BEVERLY HILLS
Edith Helen Bowen, 71, of
Beverly Hills, died Friday, Nov.
4, 2005, in Inverness.
She was born Oct 16, 1934, in
Lancaster, N.H., to Thomas and
Lillian Parks and moved here
in 2004 from Holbrook, Mass.
Mrs. Bowen was a homemak-
er, an avid reader and enjoyed
her family, crocheting, travel-
ing and baking.
She was Protestant
Survivors include her hus-
band of 52 years, George
Bowen of Beverly Hills; two
sons, Thomas Bowen of South'
Easton, Mass., and Brian
Bowen and wife, Dawn, of
Avon, Mass.; four daughters,
Josephine Drohan and hus-
,band, Richard, of Beverly
Hills, Constance Benson and
husband, Robert, of Holbrook,
Mass., Janice McLaughlin and
husband, Kevin, of East
Bridgewater, Mass., and Karen
Turner and husband, Charles,
of Whitman, Mass.; 10 grand-
children; and two great-grand-
children.
Hooper Funeral Home,
Beverly Hills.

John
Cizmadia Jr., 65
INVERNESS
John "Porky" Cizmadia Jr.,
65, of Inverness, died Saturday,
Nov. 5,2005, in Inverness.
Mr. Cizmadia was born June
2, 1940, in Hamilton Township,
N.J., to Margaret and John
Cizmadia Sr. and moved here
20 years ago.
He was employed as a truck
driver for Gardner Cryogenics,
Atlantic Parbag, RJR Reynolds
and Del Monte Corp.
He played for Hamilton
Little League and American
Legion Ball.
He was Catholic.
Survivors include his wife of
43 years, Virginia Cizmadia of
Inverness; two sons, John D.
Cizmadia of Titusville and
David Michael Cizmadia of
Ocala; one daughter, Terry
Vurzymowski of Allentown,
N.J.; one sister, Nancy Lettiere
of Hamilton Township, N.J.;
three grandchildren,
Stephanie, Michael and David
Jr.; and two nieces, Michelle
and Tina.
Hooper Funeral Home,
Inverness.

Elizabeth
Dawes, 73
BEVERLY HILLS
Elizabeth J. Dawes, 73, of
Beverly Hills, died Saturday,
Nov. 5, 2005, in Inverness.
She was born in Camden,
N.J., to Thomas P and Helen
(Durtehy) Barlow and moved
here in the mid-1980s from
Orlando.
She was a licensed practical
nurse who worked in home
health care for 50 years.
She enjoyed crocheting
dolls, collecting dolls and
working with ceramics.
She was a member of Our
Lady of Grace Catholic Church
in Beverly Hills.
Survivors include two broth-
ers, James Barlow of Perrine
and William Barlow and wife,
Alice, of Hollywood; one sister,
Babs Mendelsohn and hus-
band, Barry, of El Cajon, Calif.;
nephew, Robert C. Rehfuss Jr.
and wife, Lorraine, of
Inverness; and many other
nephews and nieces.
Fero Funeral Home, Beverly
Hills.

James 'Ted'
Eatmon, 88
CITRUS SPRINGS
James "Ted" Thurman
Eatmon, 88, of Citrus Springs,
died Monday, Nov. 7, 2005, in


Inverness.
Born in
Smithfield,
N.C., to John
and Mollie
(Eason) Eat-
mon, he


moved to Dunnellon from
Goldsboro, N.C. After residing
in Dunnellon for 15 years he
moved to Citrus Springs, where
he resided for the past 15
years.


Mr. Eatmon retired after 27
years from the U.S. Air Force
with the rank of chief master
sergeant and was awarded the
Bronze Star. He was a veteran
of World War II, Korean War
and Vietnam War.
He enjoyed fishing, boating
and bowling at Beverly Hills
Bowl.
He was Baptist
He was preceded in death by
his brother, John Eatmon.
Survivors include his wife of
63 years, Ruth H. (Caldwell)
Eatmon of Citrus Springs;
daughters, Lynette Malphrus
and husband, Wallace, of
Beverly Hills and Shirley
Eatmon-Creager and husband,
Allan, of Fredricksburg, Md.;
sister, Elizabeth Simpson and
husband, Les, of Baltimore,
Md.; two grandchildren, Jim
Malphrus of Houston, Texas,
and Sarah Creager of
Fredricksburg, Md.; and sever-
al nephews and nieces.
Fero Funeral Home, Beverly
Hills.

Robert
Klaiber, 87
INVERNESS
Robert C. Klaiber, 87, of
Inverness, died Sunday, Nov. 6,
2005, in Inverness.
Born June 2, 1918, in Buffalo,
N.Y., to John and Cecelia
Klaiber, he moved here from
Hamburg,
N.Y., in 1982.
Mr. Klaiber
was a roll turn-
er in a steel
mill and a U.S.
Navy veteran serving during
World War II.
He was preceded in death by
his wife, Alice J. Klaiber,
March 20, 1977; and wife,
Emma Klaiber, April 2004.
Survivors include his son,
Charles R. Klaiber and wife,
Gwen, of Inverness; and daugh-
ter, Jane Klaiber and husband,
Stephen Scinstein, of
Lewisburg, Kan.
Hooper Funeral Home,
Inverness.

Lottie Larry, 87
BEVERLY HILLS
Lottie C. Larry, 87, of Beverly
Hills, died Monday, Nov. 7,
2005, in Beverly Hills.
A native of Plymouth, Pa.,
she moved here 28 years ago
from Berkley, Mich.
She was a homemaker and a
member of Our Lady of Grace
Catholic Church, Beverly Hills.
She enjoyed cooking for her
family.
Survivors include two sons,
Charles Larry and wife,
Dianne, of White Lake, Mich.,
and John Larry and wife,
Susan, of Onsted, Mich.; four
grandchildren, Jennifer Tarazi,
Christopher Larry, Michelle
Larry and Jesica Larry; one
great-grandson, Noah Tarazi;
and many nieces and nephews.
Fero Funeral Home, Beverly
Hills.

Vincent Rohlf, 85
DUN NELLON
Vincent Rohlf, 85, of
Dunnellon, died Monday, Nov.
7, 2005, at home under the care
of his family and Hospice of
Marion County.
Born Dec.
28, 1919, in
Turtle Lake,
Wis., to Wil-
liam E and
Ethel May
(Gill) Rohlf, he
moved here in 1994 from
Kingsville, Mo.
Mr. Rohlf retired in 1988 as
owner and CEO of the Badger
Northland Farm Equipment
Co., Kaukauna, Wis., and the
Calumet Company, Algoma,


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Wis.
He was a World War II U.S.
Navy veteran who served in
the Pacific Theater on the
Cruiser Cleveland.
He loved boating, gardening
and the computer.
He was a member of St. John
the Baptist Catholic Church,
Dunnellon, where he served on
the Finance Council and was
chairman of the Pavilion
Building Committee.
He was preceded in death by
his parents; two brothers, Don
Rohlf and Roger Rohlf; one sis-
ter, Shirley Hellwig; and a
grandson, David Rohlf.
Survivors include his wife of
15 years, Nancy Rohlf of
Rainbow Springs, Dunnellon;
two sons, Bill Rohlf and wife,
Jennifer, of Hereford, Ariz.,
and Tom Rohlf and wife, Lynn,
of Fort Atkinson, Wis.; two
daughters, Gretchen Bayor-
geon and husband, Lee, of
Jefferson, Wis., and Diane
Akgulian and husband, Tony, of
Manitowoc, Wis.; eight grand-
children, Kevin Bayorgeon,
Brian Bayorgeon, Chris
Bayorgeon, Chris Akgulian,
Jason Rohlf, Jenny Kerkman,
Sybil Rohlf and Jacqueline
Rohlf; 14 great-grandchildren;
one great-great-grandson; and
three sisters, Elaine Busboom
of Illinois, Ann Traiggi of
Minnesota and June Maeder of


Wisconsin.
Memorial contributions in
memory of Mr. Vincent Rohlf
may be made to the St John the
Baptist Pavilion Fund, 7525 S.
U.S. 41, Dunnellon, FL 34432 or
to Hospice of Marion County, PO.
Box 4860, Ocala, FL 34478-4860.
Fero Funeral Home,
Dunnellon.

Martha
Schreur, 93
PINE RIDGE
Martha L. Schreur, 93, of
Pine Ridge, died Friday, Nov. 4,.
2005, in Lecanto.
She was born May 17, 1912, in
Franklin, Neb., to Charles and
Zemma Eads and she moved
here in 1990 from Troy, Mich.
Mrs. Schreur was a retired
secretary.
She enjoyed flowers, reading
and her family.
She was a member of Big
Beaver Methodist Church,
Troy, Mich.
She was preceded in death
by her husband, William W
Schreur, in 1976; and eight
brothers and sisters.
Survivors include her daugh-
ter, Ella J. Zanni and husband,
Attilio, of Beverly Hills; broth-
er, Everett Eads of Grand
Island, Neb.; three grand-
daughters, Jane B. Beamish of
Homosassa, Amy Baton of


Lowell, Ind., and Jill Rodriguez
of Gainesville; and four great-
grandchildren, Amanda
Moore, Mathew Beamish, Greg
Baron and Graham Baron.
Hooper Funeral Home,
Beverly Hills.

Roland
Williamson, 95
EASLEY, S.C.
Roland Talbot Williamson,
95, formerly of Inverness, died
Saturday, Nov. 5, 2005, at The
Magnolias of Easley, Easley,
S.C.
Born in Irvington, N.J., a son
of the late John Talbot and
Rubie Hand Williamson, Mr.
Williamson retired as an auto-


mobile mechanic and he was
Protestant.
He was preceded in death by
his wife, Hazel Elizabeth
Bragger Williamson, and a son,
Roland T. Williamson Jr., and
two sisters, Dorothy Sackman
and Alice Denoncour.
Surviving are three daugh-
ters, Ruth Elizabeth Keegan of
Forked River, N.J., May
Williams of Easley, S.C., and
Barbara Lenart of Anderson,
S.C.; a brother, Robert
Williamson of Clermont; 12
grandchildren; and nine great-
grandchildren.
Robinson Funeral Home,
Easley, S.C.

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Auxiliary aids in security


Special to the Chronicle

In addition to marine patrols, the U.S.
Coast Guard Auxiliary also performs air
patrols on a regular basis. Auxiliary
pilots who own an aircraft can make
their plane available to the Auxiliary as
a "facility," for air patrols.
In order for the aircraft to be accept-
ed as a facility, it has to be equipped
with certain communications and safety
gear and it must be inspected.
Auxiliary pilots, together with quali-
fied Air Observers or Air Crew, who
sometimes also hold a pilots license,
are scheduled by Coast Guard Station
St Petersburg on a regular basis to fly
SAR (Search and Rescue) or law
enforcement patrols along the coast
from Egmont Key to Steinhatchee.
The auxiliary is very active in assist-
ing the US Coast Guard with promoting
homeland security, public instruction of


safe boating, vessel safety exams, safety
patrols on the rivers and coastal waters,
search/rescue and law enforcement air
patrols and many other activities.
Flotilla 15-04 is always looking for
dedicated persons with interest in the
above endeavors.
Anyone interested in joining
Homosassa Flotilla 15-04 is encouraged
to contact Ned Barry at 249-1042.


Auxiliarists from Homosassa Flotilla 15-
04 prepare to take off from Crystal
River airport for a law enforcement
patrol earlier this month. Pilot Ron
O'Connell (left)checks the flotation
gear of one of his observers, Jim Kelley,
in front of Ron's Mooney fourseater
facility. This photograph was taken by
Elaine Miranda, Ron's other observer.
Special to the Chronicle


The auxiliary is very active in assisting the U.S.

Coast Guard with promoting homeland security,

public instruction of safe boating, vessel safety

exams, safety patrols on the rivers and coastal

waters, search/rescue and law enforcement air

patrols and many other activities.


Change is part of



UMW missions work


It was written on
butterfly cen-
terpieces: "If
nothing ever
changed, there'd be
no butterflies" and
"Change is the law
of life and those
who look only to the
past or the present
are certain to miss Ruth I
the future," by John AROUN
E Kennedy COMM
It was the end of
the 14 districts of
the Florida Conference of
United Methodist Women and
the beginning of redistricted
nine newly named districts.
Crystal River is now in the Gulf
Central District
Held at the Florida Southern
College in Lakeland, Lois
Bump, secretary, Jill Jackson,
treasurer, and I as vice presi-
dent represented the Crystal
River United Methodist
Women at the annual UMW
meeting of the Florida
Conference.
With 530 in attendance, the
election and installation of
new district and state officers
was held and we were able to
meet with our new Gulf Coast
unit members.
Often described as a family
of women dedicated to mission
United Methodist Women
make positive contributions
through enlightened initiatives
and powerful advocacy for
those who are in need.
Bishop Timothy Whitaker
spoke of the global vision the
UMW has embraced: a
covenant with the United


Methodist Church in
Cuba mission teams
organizing house
churches, the East
Angola Conference
Partnership, The
Children's Harvest
(school supplies),
Encounter With
Christ Endowment
evins Fund For Latin
D THE America, which he
UNITY described as a per-
sonal illumination of
the Holy Spirit
Of change, the Rev. Delano
McIntosh of the College
Heights United Methodist
Church said, "Change is good"
and that the conference can
change with transformation
opportunities to express our
creativity. He gave as an exam-
ple, a little girl who stood in an
offering plate, just as we are to
give of ourselves to God for his
plans and purposes.
The Rev. Keith Ewing, prior
to officiating with the commun-
ion ceremony, spoke of his
abbreviated remarks: "Biscuits
and sermons have much in
common: they both need short-
ening." Of change he
remarked, "What is it? Who is
it? In the midst of change we
often want to go back to where
we were. God provides for us
what we need, walks beside us
on our journey in search of
hope and courage cores when
the answers to faith are clearly
defined as hope, love and
encouragement"
The opening litany said it all:
There is a time and a place for
all things under the heavens.


Our place is here and our time
to change is now. May we look
forward with great expecta-
tions of being more involved in
mission. Prepare us to meet
the challenges that change
brings with patience, under-
standing and knowledge and
love for one another.
Some of the displays at the
conference included UMW
Action Alerts regarding the
Patriot Act, the UMW Farm
Workers Justice to end human
rights abuses, the National
Coalition Against Legalized
Gambling, Reading Writing
and Raspberries: Food and
Nutrition in U.S. Schools, a
UMW Green Team campaign
for Chlorine-free paper, the
Fair Minimum Wage
Statement, a report of the
UMW Public Education
Summit held July 29-31, and a
constitutional amendment to
protect people and especially
youth from addiction, disease
and other health hazards of
using tobacco, and the United
Methodist Committee on
Relief, sponsored by the UMW
Social Action Committee.
United Methodist Women
are fulfilling their stated pur-
pose to expand concepts of
mission in global ministries of
the church.

Ruth Levins participates in a
variety of projects around the
community. Let her know
about your group's upcoming
activities by writing to P.O.
Box 803, Crystal River FL
34423.


Caregivers take breather


Celebrate week

Special to the Chronicle
Seven Rivers Regional
Medical Center's respiratory
therapy team celebrated
Respiratory Care Week Oct. 24-
28.
Manager Al Barcena
designed a display that includ-
ed a recognition certificate
from the administrative team
acknowledging the staff for
their efforts, as well as educa-
tional information and "fun"
employee photos.
Respiratory team members
started off the week with a spe-
cial hot breakfast, and ended it
with a pizza party.


L~4'1


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Special to the Chronicle
From left are:
Denise Sabo,
Karen Smith,
and Al Barcena.
Not pictured:
Michelle Avis,
Janet Birdsong,
Nancy Campos,
Mike Carlo,
Beth Ennis,
Ron Hamed,
Richard
Hernandez,
Klara Horvath,
Barry
Lingelbach, Bob
Lobianco, Joyce
Martin, Ruth
Ortiz, Eric
Peterson, Carol
Scharf, Bob
Schopp.


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October IPS Good Citizenship. Awards


WALTER CARLSON/Chronicle
Members of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4337 awarded the Good Citizenship Award for the month of October to pupils of the Inverness Primary School. From
left, front row, Christopher Spencer, Brett Ferris and Savanna Boudreau. Second row, from left, Paul Trulson, VFW youth activities director; Dasha Jolobova; Jonah
Juergensmeyer; Chris Ortega; Mary Jane Onsager; and Therese Fortin, youth activities chairwoman of the VFW Ladies Auxiliary.


NARFE meeting


Special to the Chronicle
During the October monthly meeting of the National Active
and Retired Federal Employees Association (NARFE)
Chapter 776 Inverness-Citrus, recognized three chapter
members for induction into Honorary Membership. To qual-
ify for honorary membership, a chapter member must
attain a minimum age and be a NARFE chapter member for
20 years. Each inductee received a special honorary life
membership card; an embossed congratulatory certificate
from NARFE's national officers; and, are further exempt
from local chapter and national dues. The Honorary
Members are, from left: Evelyn Howell, Anna Turner and
Ada Rogers.


PET SPOTLIGHT

* The Chronicle invites
readers to submit pho-
. tos of their pets for the
daily Pet Spotlight fea-
ture.
* Photos need to be in
sharp focus. Include a
short description of the
pet and owners, includ-
ing names and home-
towns. Photos cannot
be returned without a
self-addressed, stamped
envelope. Group photos
of more than two pets
cannot be printed. Pets
should be alive and
belong to local owners.
* Send photos and infor-
mation to Pet Spotlight,
c/o Citrus County
Chronicle, 1624 N.
Meadowcrest Blvd.,
Crystal River, FL 34429.


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Area


poets


triumph


Groups go to

convention

Special to the Chronicle
Several local poets tri-
umphed at the Florida State
Poets Association conven-
tion held in Daytona Beach
Oct. 14-16. The convention
center audience at the Plaza
Ocean Club watched as
members of two local poetry
groups, Sunshine Poets of
Crystal River and
Gingerbread Poets, Citrus
Springs, walked off with 16
percent of the 139 prizes
awarded and competed for
by poets from around the
nation.
Two poets, by themselves,
accounted for 16 of the
awards Joyce Shiver of
Crystal River, and Valerie
Esker of Beverly Hills, both
representing Sunshine
Poets.
Two additional members
of Sunshine Poets, Esther
Marie Latz and Peter Hanen
also garnered prizes.
Other local winners were
Madelyn Eastlund and
Elissa Malcohn, both of
Beverly Hills; Maxine
Nicholson of Dunnellon;
Caroline Walton of Crystal
River and Virginia Buelke of
Citrus Springs, all members
of Gingerbread Poets.
Sybella Beyer Snyder, a
member-at-large from
Inverness, brought home to
Citrus County her winning
poem.
Members of both groups
attend monthly meetings
where the art of poetry is
focused upon with diligence
and enthusiasm.
Anyone interested in
attending meetings of either
of these two chapters of the
Florida State Poets
Association is encouraged to
contact them.
Call Caroline Walton,
president of Gingerbread
Poets at 564-9148 or Esther
Marie Latz, president of
Sunshine Poets, at 746-0937.












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Pfizer 271500 22.27 +.01
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TimeWam 210600 17.61

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4,002.48
438.74
7,667.64
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2,219.91
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688.51
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10,000.46
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308.69
6,685.73
1,186.14
1,889.83
1,127.53
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Dow Jones Transportation
Dow Jones Utilities
NYSE Composite
Amex Index
Nasdaq Composite
S&P 500
Russell 2000
DJ Wilshire 5000


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3,979.44
394.60
7,519.42
1,684.06
2,178.24
1,222.81
661.24
12,252.09


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.92 ACE Ltd u53.90 +.41
.66 ACM Inco 821 +.01
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.44 AFLAC u48.55 +.78
.. AGCO 15.98 +.12
1.481 AGLRes 35.87 +.10
.. AKSteel 7.70 +.13
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.. AMR 14.89 +.51
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.79e AXA 29.56
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.3o Adesa 22.09 -,03
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.. AdvMOpt 39.73 +.24
.. AMD 24.89 +26
.. Aeropsl 22.75 -.20
.04f Aetna s 88.54 +.25
.. AffCmpS 55.66 -.67
.. Agerers 10.80 +.30
.. Agilent 32.90 +.10
.11 Agriumg 20.49 +.16
.. Ahold 6.76 -.01
1.28 AirProd 56.78 -.42
... AirTran 15.10 -.18
.46 AlbertoCul 42.72 -.23
.76 Albertsn 25.04 +.06
.60 Alcan 35.40 +.29
.60 Alcoa 25.94 +.77
... AIgEngy 28.08 -.24
24 AllegTch 28.85 +.51
.40 Allergan 100.45 -.54
126 Allete 44.07 -.01
2.80e AllCap u54.37 +.30
,,. AlGamf 12.50 +1.38
.89 AliWdd2 12.09 -.08
1.05 AllianlEgy 26.64 -.02
2.32 AllledCap 2830 +135
...AllmrFn 38.54 -.08
1.28 Allstate 55.72 +.57
1.54f Alltel 63.29 -.16
.18 Alpharma 27.24 +1.46
3.201 Albia 74.19 +.16
1.08e AmBevs 36.36 +.36
.. Amdocs 27.36 +.46
1.20 AmHess 125.64 -3.16
2.54 Ameren 51.09 -.51
.. Ameigrps 18.42 +.27
.10e AMovilLs 26.25 +.11
.60 AmAxle 21.60 -.10
1.48f AEP 37.00 -.03
.48b ArnExp 49.80 +.40
1.08 AFndRT 11.80 +.11
.60 AmintGpIf 66.34 +.35
.60 AmStand 39.20 +.20
.78 AmSIP3 10.61 +.07
.. AmTower 24.87 -.22
.. Americdt 22.85 +.01
2.24 Amerigas 29.07 -.06
.44 Amerprsn 37.02 -.15
.10 AmerisBrg 76.59 +.09
1.04f AmSouth 26.75 +.21
.72 Anadrk 87.91 -1.39
.24 AnalogDev 36.63 +.43
1.08 Anheusr 42.35 +.48
AnnTaylr 27.99 +.16
1.44e Annaly d11.24 -.05


.60 AonCorp 35.42 -.48
.401 Apache 65.90 -.90
.17 ApplBio 25.10 -.20
.571 AquaAm 33.79 +.19
.. Aquila 3.58 -.01
.32 ArchCoal 76.61 -2.64
.34 ArchDan 23.78 -.43
1.73 ArchstnSm 40.55 +.25
1.10 Ashlandn 54.43 +.73
.68 AsdEstat 8.83 -.15
.32 Assurant u42.20 +.35
1.03e AstraZen 45.98 +.04
1.24 ATMOS 26.28 -.14
... AutoNatn 20.27 +.20
.62 AutoData 46.61 +.04
.. AutoZone 87.65 +1.61
.. Avaya 11.06 -.19.
Aviall 32.80 -.54
.66 Avon 28.60 +.22
1.52 BB&TCp 42.93 +.23
.56e BHPBiLt 31.00 +.06
20 BJSvcss 33.85 -.29
... BJsWhIs 27.26 +.41
... BMCSft 19.03 -.22
2.09e BP PLC 66.49 -.38
2.00 BRT 22.75 +.12
.521 BakrHu 55.89 -1.04
.40 BaIlCp 38.90 -.25
BalyTFIf 6.59 +.13
1.51e BcoBrades 54.74 ...
.50e Bncoltaus 24.21 +.31
2.00 BkofAm 44.46 +.23
.84 BkNY 31.62 +.37
.72 Banta 52.00 +.61
.60 BamNbs 38.33 +.84
... BanrPhm 56.80 -.90
.22 BarrickG 25.22 +.30
.52 BauschL 78.05 +.63
.58e Baxter 37.94 +.45
1.00 BearSt 108.77 +.57
.40 BeazrHms 63.34 +2.06
.72 BectDck 58.24 +.74
1.16 BellSouth 25.80 +.10
.32 BestBuys 48.41 -.17
... BigLts 12.25 +.40
... Blovail 25.99 +.49
1.28 BIkHICp 38.90-2.04
75a BIkFLO8 15.34- +.11
.50 BockHRs 23.74 +.05
.04j Blockbstr 4.30 -.07
.57e BlueChp 6.50 +.02
1.00 Boeing 65.69 +.41
.36 Borders 20.59 +.40
... BostBeer 26.54 -.44
2.72a BostProp 67.47 +.47
... BostonSci 25.60 +.04
.80 Bowatr 28.96 +.77
.50 BoydGm 47.72 +.80
.40 Brinker 38.63 -.09
.10 Brinks u46.71 +4.21
1.12 BrMVSq 21.30 -.02
.60 BungeLt 51.97 -.10
.80 BurdNSF 65.06 +.29
.40 BudRsc 69.57 -2.88
.. CBRBEis 55.40 +1.35
.. CBOTn 115.24 +1.24
2.16 CH Engy 47.15 +.15
.10 CIGNA 111.84 +.25
.64 CITGp 47.03 +.58
... CMSEng 13.80 -.04
.48 CSS Inds 34.31 -.05
.52f CSX 47.01 +.48
.15 CVSCos 27.67 +.65
.. CablvsnNY 25.56 +.16
.64 Cabot 31.17 +.02
.16 CabotOGs 43.00-1.99
.28 CalGolf 14.84 +.23
... Calpine 2.04 -.05


.24 Camecogs 48.47 -1.32
.721 CampSp 29.16 +.05
.24 CdnNRsgs 48.16 -.84
.11 CapOne 77.30 +1.04
2.50e CapitSce 24.00 +.39
1.26 CapMpfB 12.37 -.06
.24 CardnlHlth 61.20 -.31
... CaremkRx 52.00 -.68
.80 Carnival 52.39 +.27
1.00 Caterpils 54.25 +.70
.. Celesticg 9.74 +.03
1.18e Cemex u54.10 +.83
.44 Cendant 18.22 -.10
... Centenes 21.90 +.80
.24m CenterPnt 12.98 -.02
.16 Centex 71.13 +1.86
.24 CntryTel 32.88 -.30
... Ceridian 22.18 -.02
.20 Certegy 39.04 +.67
... ChmpE 14.69 +.44
... ChRvLab 42.78 +.04
.01 Checkpnt 23.32 +.17
.20 Chemtura 11.64 +.50
.20 ChesEno 28.34 -.70
1.80 Chevron 57.40 -.61
... Chicoss 42.38 +.52
.40 Chiquita 23.13 +.04
1.72 Chubb 95.70 +.86
1.48e ChungTel 17.68 -.07
... Cimarex 38.59 -1.08
.. CinciBell 4.00 -.09
1.92 CINergy 39.35 -.47,
.07 CircCity u18.52 -.07
1.76 Ciior 46.43 +.83
1.00 CitzComm 12.61 -.10
.40 ClaresSltrs 28.05 +.19
.75a ClearChan 31.12 +.47
.801 ClevClfs 86.72 +2.35
1.12 Clorox 54.35 +.24
.. Coach s 34.76 +.54
241 CocaCE 18.70 -.01
1.12 CocaCI 42.41 +.11
Coeur 3.77 -.01
1.16 CoIgPal 51.97 +.12
.65a Collntln 8.30 -.04
2.20 Comerica 58.48 +.48
.44 CnmcNJs 30.97 +.26
ComSonp u20,05 +.15
1.13e CVRD 43.04 +.13
.83e CVRDpf 38.41 +.03
.16 CompAs 28.87 -.09
CompScl 53.18 -1.02
1.09 ConAgra 23.49 +.20
1.24 ConoPhis 85.75 -.50
.. Conseco 20.65 +.05
1.38 ConscopfB 25.90 +.02
.56 ConslEgy 60.55 +.55
2.28 ConEd 45.17 -.27
ConstellAs 23.47 +.15
... CtlAirB 13.34 +.09.
Cnargys 16.51 +.22
CoopCam 74.15 +.32
..42 CooperTire 14.41 +.30
Coming 19.95 -.34
.09e CorusGr 8.69 +.10
.60 CntwdFn 32.59 +.43
Covenrys 53.00 +.56
CrwnCstie 26.38 +.03
CrownHold 16.25 -.04
CypSem 15.50 -.04
.40 Cyec 43.86+1.30

78a DNPSdelcI 10.98 -.09
.96 DPL 26.46 -.04
.36 DRHortns 33.75 +.62
DSTSys u58.97 +.53
2.06 DTE 42.46 -.26


1.93e DaimlrC 50.25 +.86
.04m DanaCp 7.48 +.04
.081 Danaher 53.21
.40 Darden 34.55 +.08
.. DeVry 23,80 +.12
DeanFds 37.33 +.23
1.24 Deere 63.07 +1.12
.. DelMnte 10.19 -.01
.30 DevonE 57.12 -1.81
.50 DiaOffs 58.14 -.78
.16 Dillards 21.75 -.05
... DirecTV 14.57 +.15
.24f Disney 25.16 +.35
.18 DollarG 19.00 +.09
2.68 DomRes 74.80 -.50
1.04 DonlleyRR 34.62 -.42
.32m DoralFinlf 8.49 -.01
.68 Dover 39.04 -.15
1.34 DowChm 45.36 -.17
1.48 DuPont 43.10 -.21
1.24 DukeEgy 26.20 -.36
2.10 DuqpfA 35.65 +.20
1.00 DuqUght 16.25 -.01
.. Dynegy 4.49 +.12
.. ETrade 18.71 +.11
... EMCC 14.30 +.15
.16 EOGRess 66.47-1.99
1.76 EastChm 54.70 +1.01
.50 EKodak 22.67 +.15
.40f EatnVans 24.90 +.02
1.00 Edisonint 43.01 -.07
.16 ElPasoCp 11.31 -.70
... Ban 8.84 +23
.20 EDS 23.92 -.20
1.781 ErrjsnEI 71.10 +.51
1.28 EmpDist 20.38 -.11
... Emulex 19.56 -.01
3.70 EnbrEPtrs 48.58 -.41
.30 EnCanas 4524-2.09
.92e Endesa 24.10 +.02
... EnPro 28.55 +.12
.10 ENSCO 46.84 -.50
2.16 Entergy 69.86 +.03
.16 Equifax 34.88 -.22
.681 Eqtylnn 12.76 +.01
2.00 EqOffPT 28.91 +.33
1.73 EqtyRsd 38.00 +.08
.40 EsteeLdr 3326 +.26
1.60 Exelon 51.80 -.48
1.16 ExxonMbI 57.10 -.80
... FMCTch 36.73 -.18
1.42 FPLGps 41.36 -.73
.. FairchldS 16.35 +.20
.12 Fairmntg 35.57 +.44
1.59 FairPointn 11.59 -.26
.38 FamDIr 23.61 +.18
1.04 FannieMIf 47.48 +.48
.32 FedExCp 94.29 +.75
.24 FedSignl 16.25 -.04
1.00 FedrDS 65.00 +.86
2.00 Ferreligs 21.05 -.20
.58 Ferrolf 17.65 +.15
1.00a FdlNFns 39.57 +.53
.72 FstAmCp u46.67 +1.21
.24 FirstData 42.03 +.58
5.10e FFinFds 21.07 -.23
1.801 FstHorizon 39.01 +.65
.48 FstMarb 27.13 +.61
1.60 FtTrFid 17.86 -.04
1.72f FirstEngy 46.22 -.11
.. FishrSc 57.60 -.11
.. ReetEn 10.70 -.05
.60 RaRocks 55.19 -.01
.. Flowservffu37.25 +2.43
.64 Ruor 68.43 -.12
.30 FootLockr 20.24 +.41
.40 FordM 8.34 +.05
7.201 FdgCCTgs 34.70 -.58


... ForestLab 38.69 -.54
... ForestOil 43,60 -1.16
1.44 FortuneBr 80.69 +1.63
.201 FdtnCoal n 36.50 -.20
.40a FrankRes 91.64 +.49
1.40 FredMac 61.24 -.15
1.00a FMCG 49.87 -.41
.. Freescale 25.84 +.87
.. FreescBn 25.99 +.94
1.36 FriedBR 8.88 -.15
.16 FrontOII 33.09 -1.91

.80 GATX 37.07 +.20
.76f GabelliET 8.27 -.03
.. GameStp 37.20 +.82
1.16 Gannett 65.71 +.85
.18 Gap 18.08 +.81
.. Gateway 3.15 +.07
Genentch 93.11 -.84
.88 GenElec 34.02
1.64f GnGrthPrp 41.05 +.02
1.32 GenMills 47.65 +.01
2.00 GnMottr 27.25 +.48
1.31 GMdb32B 16.27 -.04
1.56 GMdb33 18.20 +.19
.30f Genworth 32.45 +.02
.70 GaPacif 33.15 +.45
.75e Gerdaus 14.38 +.11
... Glamis 20.77 +.11
1.53e GlaxoSKIn u53.35 +.72
.60 GlobalSFe 44.48 -.50
.11e GoldFLtd 13.40 +.08
.18a Goktcipg 19.44 -.10
.32f GoldWFn 60.51 +.32
1.00 GoldmanSuI29.15 -1.81
.80 Goodrich 36.08 -.38
.. Goodyear 15.96 +.22
... Grafrech 6.05 +.23
... GrantPrde 38.08 -.52
1.66 GtPlainEn 28.36 -.24
1.00 GMP 31.91 +.03
Griffon 25.20 -.53
.34 Gtech 31.09 -.26
.71e GuangRy 14.54 -.15
.. Guess 31.00 -1.82
.40 Guidant d57.52 -1.40
.60 HCAInc 48.86 +.46
.30 HCC s 32.05 +.56
.84 HRPTPip 10.42 +.04
.50 Hallibin 59.15 -1.96
1.06e HanJS 13.78 -.15
.55 HanPtDiv 8.23 +.07'
.68 HanPtDv2 10.85 +.04
... Hanover 13.54 +.15
1.74e Hanson 52.09 +.60
.64 HarleyD 52.10 +1.13
... HarmonyG 10.36 +.06
1.45 HarrahE 64.23 +.91
.32 Harriss u42.94 +.94
1.20f HartfdFn 84.65 +.63
.36 Hasbro 19.65 +.44
1.24 HawaiEIB 25.90 -.10
... Headwatrs 33.04 +1.60
2.48 HItCrRErr 35.10 +.40
.24f HItM gl 21.15 +.16
2.64 HcthrRIIf 37.41 +.15
HealthNet 47.66 -.64
... HeclaM 334 +.02
1.20 Heinz 35.27 +.01
.. HellnTel 10.55 -.17
... Hercules 10.82 +.33
.98 Hershey 55.66 -.03
.32 HewlettP 28.73 +.20
1.70 HighwdPIf 27.65 +.07
.16f Hilton 20.47
.40 HomeDo 41.50 +.14
.83 Honwl]lntl 35.90


.44f HostMarr 16.51 +.01
... HovnanE 48.35 +1.98
.36 HughSup 37.70 +.21
... Humana 43.83 +.86
.08 IMSHIth 23.49 +.52
1.30e ING 29.62 +.38
... ITEd u60.61 +1.46
.72 ITTIlnds 99.34 -.07
1.20 Idacorp 28.81 -.11
.16 IkonOIfSol 10.05 +.05
.48 Imation 42.31 -.47
1.80m ImpacMtg 9.97 -.01
.40 INCO 42.12 +.82
.64 IngerRds 38.03 +.23
IntegES .84 +.09
.80 IBM 83.61 +.61
.501 IntlGame 26.33
1.00 IntPap 29.81 +.45
.. IntRect 31.51 +.07
.. Interpublic 10.46 -.19
... IronMtn u42.87 +.47

1.36 JPMorgCh 37.68 +.37
... Jabil 30.33 -.25
.04 JanusCap u18.32 +.15
1.32 JohnJn 61.43 +.55
1.00 JohnsnCtl 69.50 +.78
.48 JonesApp 28.96 +.37
.75 KB Homes 67.45 +1.05
KCSEn 23.15 -.95
.48 Kaydon 30.30 +.06
1.11 Kellogg 44.12 +.22
.64 Kellwood 24.01 +.76
... KemetCp 7.65 +.10
.20 KenrrMcG 82.06 -3.64
... Kerznertnt 62.95 +4.21
1.30 Keycorp 32.60 +.37
1.82 KeySpan 34.32 -.43
1.80 KimbClk 57.52 +.93
... KinetcC 37.95 +.43
l... KngPhrm u16.12
...Kinross g 6.83 -.04
1.48 KnightR 62.99 +1.51
... Kohls 48.63 -.25
.921 Kraft 28,33 +.07
... KrspKrrn If 4.95 -.26
Kroger 19.32 -.05
.50 L-3Com 77.68 +.58
.29j LLERy 2.67 -.19
LSILog 8.26 -.15
1.32 LTCPrp 20.49 -.17
.44 LaZBoy 12.11 +.03
... LaQuinta 8.29 +.02
... LaBmch u11.23 +.41
1.38 Laclede 29.67 -.23
.96 LafargeNA 57.00 -3.35
.77e LafargeSA d20.21 -.07
.20 Landrys 26.87 -1.13
LVSandsn 38.67 +1.01.
LeapFrog 14.25
.72 LeggMason112.07 -1.50
.64 LeggPlat 21.01 +.41
.80 LehmBr 123.32 -.44
.64f LennarA 58.35 +.52
.. Lexmark 41.66 -.54
.58e LbtyASG 6.02 +.01
... UbtyMA 7.97 -.07
1.52 UllyESi 51.10 +.27
.60 Limited 20.96 +.28
1.46 UncNat 50.03 -.05
.241 Lindsay 19.79 -.17
.23 UzClaib 35.95 -.11
1.20f LockhdM 59.68 +.52
.24 LowesCos 61.95 +1.00
Lucent 2.80 +.02
.90 Lyondell 27.28 -.04


1.80 M&TBk 107.28 +.34
1.12 MBIA 61.90 +.44
.56 MBNA 25.90 +.13
.76f MDU Res 32.35 -.24
MEMC 20.16 +.02
.58e MFAMtg d5.44 -.04
.50 MCR 8.37 -.03
MGMMirs 39.18 -.22
.MPSGrp 12.28 -.24
.. Madeco 8.86 -.27
1.52 Magnalg 71.24 +1.20
.49 MgdHi 5.96 -.04
1.20 Manulilg u55.15 +1.23
1.32 Marathon 58.98 -1.95
.42 MarlntA 61.59 -.46
.68 MarshM 28.69 -.21
.96 Marshlls 43.10 -.36
.. MStewrt 18.60
.80 Masco 29.48 +.57
.16 MasseyEn 40.78 -.49
MalSdcif 14.98 -.23
.45f Mattel 15.55 +.07
MavTube 33.35 +.14
Maxtor 3.44 +.08
.36 Maytag 17.50 +.11
.67f McDnlds 33.70 +.27
.66a McGrwHs 50.77 -.13
.24 McKesson 45.78 +.71
... McAfee 28.36 +.78
.92 MeadWvco 26.14 +.49
MedcoHlth 52.47 +1.48
.12 .Medicis 31.70, +.30
.39 Medtmic 55.57 -.57
.80 MellonFnc 32.15 +.30
.721 Mentor 54.38 +.56
1.52 Merck 29.45 +.23
... MeridRes 4.34 -.06
.80 MerdillLyn u65.80 +.48
.521 MetLife 50.26 +.21
... MeterT u56.20
.40 Michaels 33.74 +.49
... MironT u13.88 -.04
2.38f MidAApt 46.99 +.32
... Midas 19.91 -.14
Milacron 1.25 -.01
... Millipore 62.34 -1.20
2.51 MillsCp d44.08 -.54
.08e MitsuUFJ 14.10 +.03
.57e MobileTels 37.50 -.65
.68 Monsnto 64.18 +.74
1.44 Montpeir 18.75 +.10
1.08 MorgStan 52.72 +.31
.07e MSEmMkt 20.95 -.02
.. Mosaic 13.50 +.12
.16b Motorola 23.03 -.05
.73 MunienhFd 11.14
.45 MurphOs 46.74 -1.12
.24 MylanLab 19.94 -.05
.. NCRCps 29.90 -.10
NRG Egy 41.61 +.31
.. Nabors 68.03 -.97;.
1.48 NatlCty 32.86 +.25
1.16 NatFuGas 30.36 -.46
2.17e NatGrid, 46.19 +.44
.. NOilVarco 59,58 -1.42
.121 NatSemi 23.46 +.46
.21a NewAm 2.10 -.01
6.60f NwCentFn 32.67 +.42
1.44f NJRscs 41.96 -.11
1.00 NYCmtyB 16.23 +.08
.66 NY Times 28.65 +.22
.84 NewellRub 22.60 -.04
.. NewfExps 44.30 -.56
.40 NewmtM 43.01 +.43
.. NwpkRs 7.69 -.41
.12e NewsCoA 14.51 +.34


.10e NewsCpB 15.20 +.21
.20 Nexengs 44.69 +.25
.92 NiSource 21.99 -.53
1.86 Nicor 39.26 -.10
1.00 NikeB 88.00 +.20
... 99Cents If 9.61 -.26
.16f NobleCorp 68.02 -.78
.20 NobleEns. 38.25 -1.13
.44e NoklaCp 17.04 -.12
'.20e Nomura u17.11 +.38
.34 Nordstrms 37.28 +.10
.52 NorlkSo 41.96 +.41
.. NortelNet 3.31
.88 NoFrkBcs 26.36 +.30
.70 NoestUt 17.93 -.12
3.20 NoBordr d43.90 -.60
1.04 NorthropG 55.28 +.13
.40 NovaChem 38.00 +.90
.86e Novatis u54.70 +.57
.36 Novellsn d17.11 -2.34
1.16 NSTARs 27.11 -.12
.60a Nucor 62.63 +.42
.83 NvFL 14.30 -.01
.85 NvlMO 14.42 -.01
1.33 OGEEngy 26.09 +.19
.32 OMICp 18.35 +.53
1.44f OcdPet 76.91 -1.89
.. OffcDpt 28.56 +.45
.80 Olin 19.30 +.40
1.12 ONEOK 27.81 -.44
.. OreStl 25.97 -.38
.27 Oshkshs 43.29 +.01
.52 OutbkStk 40.12 +.02
.. Owenslll 19.45 +.25

1.20 PG&ECp 35.33 -.20.
2.00 PNC u61.61 +.33
.80 PNM Res 24.78 +.29
1.88 PPG 60.02 +22
1.00 PPL Cps 29.47 -.26
.48 PXREGrp 12.04 +.12
.. Paciv 19.45 -.03
.92 ParkHan 65.00 +1.10
... PaylShoe 20.20 +.42
.38 PeabdyEs 79.98 -1.38
2.76 Pengrthg 21.28 -.54
2.60 PenVaRs 54.19 -.23
.50 Penney 53.40 +.08
.27 PepBoy 13.31 +.03
1.04 PepsiCo 58.56 -.04
.34 PepsiAmer. 22.95 -.03
.28 PerkElm 22.17 -.20
1.27e Prmian 15.55 -.40
.58e PetrbrsA 58.23 -.82
1.52e Petrobrs 63.80 -1.20
.76 Pfizer 22.27 +.01
1.50a PhelpD 124.40 +.10
.92 PiedNG 22.23 -.06
.40 Pier1 11.99 -.01
.06 PIIgrlmsPr 31.05 -1.78
.89a PimcoStrat 12.84 +.06
2.001 PinWst 40.18 -.60
.241 PioNIl 47.69 -1.71
1.24 PitnyBw d40.61 -.13
.10 PlacerD 19.70 +.24
... PlainsEx 39.97 -.66
1.52 PlumCrk 38.40 +.33
.25 PogoPd 49.65 -.62
.20 PoloRL u54.97 +.17
1.80 PostPrp 40.50 -.30
.60 Potash 84.87 +.68
.72 Praxair 48.36 -.18
... Pridelnt 27.62 -.16
.65f PrinFncl 50.75 +.38
1.12 ProctGam 55.58 -.34
2.36 ProgrssEn 42.87 -.07
1.48 ProLogis 41.07 +.33


.24 ProsStHiln 2.72 -.01
.63f Prudent 74.21 +.28
2.24 PSEG 63.00 -.53
1.00 PugetEngy 20.82 -.19
.16 PulteHs 41.47 +1.18
.38 PHYM 6.84 +.05
.49 PIGM 9.40 +.04
.36a PPrIT 6.02 -.01
.621 Quanexs 57.80 +.93
... QuantaSvcut3.50 +.71
.36 QstDiags 47.86 +.16
.. QkslvRess 35.80 -.55
... QwestCm 4.57 -.15
.64f RPM 18.42 -.09
.25 RadioShk 22.98 +.38
... Ralcorp 40.96 +.64
.08 RangeRsoc 35.00 -.51
.32 RJamesFn u35.71 +.54
1.88 Rayoniers 38.06 +.28
.88 Raytheon 37.55 -.01
1.39 Ritylncos 22.26 +.16
2.80 RedwdTr d42.82 -1.41
1.20 RegalEnt 18.95 -.02
1.36 RegionsFn 33.42 +.53
... ReliantEn 9.94 -.28
.80 RenalsRe 42.32+3.02
.63e Repsol 29.86 -.21
... RetailVent 12.10 +.14
... Revlon 2.88 +.08
... RteAid 3.73 +.02
.28 RobtHalf 37.76 +.02
.90 RodkwAut 56.36 +.62
.25e Rowan 34.95 -.68
2.22 RoyDShAn 61.03 -.53
1.28e Royce 20.15 -.06
.64 Ryder 42.01 +.59
24 Ryland 71.15 +1.40

.36e SAPAG 42.87 +.14
1.29 SBCCom 23.41 -.25
1.56 SCANA 39.43 -.23
.88 SLM Cp 53.57 +.07
.12e STMicro 16.65 -.09
.36 SabreHold 21.64 +1.35
... SfgdSd 1.72 +.03
.20 Safeway 22.34 -.17
.64f SUoe 67.86 +1.86
... Sude 49.74 +.22
.92 StPausTrav 45.79 +.07
... Saks 18.00 -.19
... Salesforce 26.44 -.26
1.04 SalEMInc2 13.20 -.10
.15e SalmSBF 14.23 +.07
2.92e SJuanB 40.57 -1.23
.73e Sanofi 40.23 +29
.79 SaraLee 17.59 -.14
.22 ScherqPI 19.90 -.13
.84 Schlmb 92.84 +.64
.10f Schwab 15.17 +.08
.04 SdciAtanta 37.90 -.23
1.66e ScottPw 40.27 +.76
.32 SeagateT 15.67 +.10
1.16 SempraEn 42.96 +16
.60 Sensient 17.96 +.15
.44 Svcmstr d12.25 -.33
... ShawGp 27.39 +.04
.82 Sherwin 42.59 +.57
... ShopKo 28.68
2.24 Shurgard 56.43 +.18
... SierrPac 13.18 -.10
2.80 SimonProp 70.67 +27
... Sirvalf 7.96 +.30
.. SixFlags 7.39 -.10
.64 SmithAO 33.25 +.89
.24 Smithnts 33.27 -26
.. Solectm 3.69
1.49 SouthnCo 34.21 -.30


6.37e SthnCopp 56.94 -.01
.02 SwstAid 16.18 -.12
SwnEngys 68,87 -.55
.241 SovrgnBcp 23.18 -31
... SpecaBrds 20.43 -.01
.. SptAuth 31.30 +1.91
.10 SorintNex 24.52 -.06
.16 StdPacs 40.68 +1.37
.84 Standex 28.03 +.25
.84 StardHtl 59.39 +.80
.72 StateStr 55.73 +.01
.16 Steris 23.28 +.03
.. StllwtrM 9A1 -.61
... sTGold n 45.77 +.26
.09 Stryker 43.95 +.88
.40 SturmR 7.69 +.29
2.52 SunCmts 31.13 +.09
SunComWls 2.54 -.22
.24 Suncorg 54.40 -2.28
.80 Sunocos 72.15 -.50
2.20 SunTrst 73.84 +.90
.. SupEnrgy 20.70 -.60
.02 SymbI 10.09 +.10
.73 Synovus 27.73 +.35
.60 Sysco d30.31 +.27
.85 TCFFnd 27.64 +.34
.88 TDBknorth 29.20 +.36
.76 TECO 17.52 +.10
.24 TJX 22.17 -.06
2.25 TXUCorp 101.24 +7.41
4.06 TXUpfD 81.10 +4.71
.32r TaiwSemi 8.60 +.03
.34 TalismEg 45.19-1.12
.40 Target 57.79 +.38
1.40r TelNorL 18.20 -.15
.68e TelMexLs 20.68
TelspCel 3.46 +.08
TempurP 10.41 +.02
1.69e Tenaris 113.80 -3.15
TenetHIth d7.48 -.44
2.70 Teppco 39.63 +.59
Teradyn 13.96 -.26
Terra 6.17 +.05
2.95e ToeraNho 24.48 -.34
.40f Tesoro 56.51 -2.06
.. TeaTs 27.36 +.31
.121 TexInst 31.05 +.10
Theragen 3.05 +.02
ThermoB 29.53 -.61
... ThmBet 39.31 -.24
2.72 Thombg 24.70 -.01
1.68 3MCo 75.85 +.72
.60 Tidwtr. 48.56 +.07'
.32 Tifany u41.50 +.45
.20 TimeWam 17.61
.60 Timken 29.49 +.44
... TitanMtIs 47.92 -.08
1.00e Todco 43.44 -.56
.40 ToddShp 20.02
TollBross 39.41 +.67
.64e TorchEn 6.73 -.14
.44 Trchmrk 53.51 +.47
1.681 TorDBkg 47.50 +.20
3.66e TotalSA 127.16 -1.54
.24 TotalSys 21.74
1.72 TwnCtry 29,68 -.27
... Transoon 58.72 -1.17
.16 Tredgar 12.84 +.28
.24 TriConll 18.28 +.03
.. TriadH 41.18 +.05
.72 Tribune 33.68 +1.17
.80 TrizecPr 21.00 +.02
.40 Tycolntl 26.72 -.21
.16 Tyson. 18.65 +.13
2.88 UILHokI 49.11 -.08
.55 USEC 11.06 +.02
2.20 USTInc 41.55 -.01
2.48e UUniao 56.13 +1.83


.15 UniFirst
1.20 UnionPac
Unisys
1.20 UDomR
.01r UtdMicro
1.32 UPSB
1.20 USBancrp
.40 USSteel
.88 UldTechds
.02 Uldhlths
.32 UnvHIth
Unision
.. Unova
.30 UnumProv


31.72 -.48
70.72 +.77
5.59 +.08
21.80 +.09
2.91 -.01
74.81 +.71
29.09 +.40,
38.15 -.02
51.64 +.01.
58.50 +.48:
46.39 +.43'
28.76 +.34
26.80 +.34
21.61 -.08


.31 ValeantPh 17.43 -12,
.40f ValeroE 103.35-1.95'
1.221 Vecren 27.05 +.05
1.62 VerizonCm 30.55 -.35
.28 ViacomB 32.29 +.65
.22 VintgPt 50.95 -.82
..Vishay 12.08 +22,
.. Visteonlf 8.98 +.35
.75e Vodafone 26.26 +.16
3.201 Vomado 79.87 +.58,
... WCICmts 26.70 -.091
.18 Wabash 18.15 j.05
2.04 Wachovia 51.33 +.62'
.60 WaddellR 20.29 +.34
.60 WalMart 48.05 +.36
.26 Walgm 46.69 +.601
1.961 WAMutI 39.89 -.09
.80 WsteMInc 30.07 +.22
.. WatsnPh 32.77 -.53
... WeathfIlnt 64.90 -.90
.. WtWatch 46.75 +.12
.20 Wellmn 6.44 +.10
... WellPoints 73.10 -.30
2.08 WellsFrgo 60.29 +.57
.681 Wendys 48.63 +.73.
.92 WestarEn 21.76 -.07
.82a WAstTIP2 11.78 -.04
WDigitl 12.51 -.42
2.00 Weyerh 62.97 +.17
1.41e WilmCS 19.19 +.15
301 WmsCos 20.86 -1.01
.. WmsSon 41.39 +.65
.86 WilisGp 36.95 +.21
.36f Winnbgo 29.99 -.01
.88 WiscEn -37.45 -.5f
.68 Worthgtn 19.83 +.09
1.12 Wrigley 69.32 +.32
1.00f Wyeth 44.97 -.03-
2.00 XL Cap 70.62 +1.23
1.62 XLCapun 23.10 +.40
.20 XTO Egy s 40.88 -2.01
.86 XcelEngy 17.97 -.01
.. Xerox 14.05 +.16
.25 YankCdl 24.20 -.17
.46 YumBrds 50.88 -1,29
... mmer 66.90 +1.25
.52 ZweigTI 4.82 +.04


IAM IX A


Div Name Last Chg
.42 AbdAsPac 5.68 -.10
.. Ableauctn .42 +.01
... Abraxas 6.35 -.76
.301 AdmRsc 18.70 -.50
ADDvntgT 4.16 +.62
AdvPhot 324 +.04
Adventrx 3.39 +.30
AmOrBlon u6.69 +.69
.. AWrStar .15
...ApexSit 15.45 -.36
.. ApolloGg .19 -.01
AvanirPh 321 +.01


... BemaGold 2.63 -.05
.05e BiotechT 200.10 -.90
.- BirchMtqen u6.33 +.40
... CalypteBh .19 -.01
... Cambiorg 2.05 +.09
.. CdnSEng 2.07 -.07
CanArgo 1.22 -.07
.32 CarverBcp 15.15 +.05
... Chenieres 37.69 +.77
28 ComSys 10.93 -.07
.. CoreMold 7.89 +.86
CovadCm n .82 -.01
Crystallxg 1.42 -.12


... DHBInds 3.65 -.11
2.43e DJIADiam 105.61 +.42
... DSLneth .08 +.01
.. EagleBbnd .16 +.01
1.51 EVLtdDur 16.96 +.19
.31e Elswth 7.58 -.15
... FieldPntn 8.85 +1.20
.41 FTrVLDv 14.92 +.04
.41 FlaPUls 14.15 -.12
... GascoEnn 6.30 +.04
... GlobeTeln 1.89 +.02
... GoldStrg 2.51 -.07
... GrevWolf 7.72 -.05


Harken .60 -.01
.. Hemispx 3.25 +.10
... HomeSol 5.44 +.53
... ISCOtIn .33
.46e iShBrazil 32.68 +.20
.20e iShCanada 20.39 -.13
.27e IShHK 12.54 -.18
.04e iShJapan u12.38 +.12
.10e iShKor 38.63 +.03
.28e iShMexico 32.60 +.10
.08e iShTaiwan 11.22 -.03
2.50e iShSP500 122.24 +.04
.80e iShEmMkts 82.13 +.06


4.09e iSh20TB 88.42 +.30
.80e iShEAFEs 57.28 +.33
.34e iShRsMCG 90.45 +.04
.03e iShGSSem 58.50 +.08
.. iShNqBio 76.18 +.24
1.65e iShRl00OV 67.72 -.01
.58e iShRI00G 50.15 +.07
1.36e iShRusl000 66.38 +.02
1.15e iShR2000Vs65.48 +.21
.30e iShR200G 67.98 +.18
.84e iShRs2000s 65.72 +.24
2.60e iShREsts 61.68 +.35
.50e iShSPSmls 57.20 +.18


... InSiteVis .70 -.03
... IntgSys 2.76 -.08
... IntrNAP .42
.30e IntntHTr 63.17 +.34
... IvaxCorp 28.50 -.23
.. KFXInc 13.92 +.15
... MadCatzg .72 +.05
Medifast 4.55 +.10
... Merrimac 9.00
... MetroHItn 2.35 -.01
... Miramar 1.34 +.04
... NatGsSvcs 20.55 -3.61
... NDragon 2.17 +.35


.62e OiISvHT 118.75 -1.24
... On2Tech .77 +.02
PaxsnC .87 +.46
2.04 PetoldEg 17.80 -.30
L78e PhmHTr 67.80 +.20
... PionDil 168.77 -.52
... Prvena 1.05
1.44 ProvETg 10.73 -.13
... Questcor ul.02
4.90e RegBkHT 137.68 +1.18
... RELMn 5.90 +.53
.. Rentech 2.81 -.14
5.05e RetWilHT 96.91 +.84


.23e SemiHTr 35.44 +.15
... SInovacn 5.49 +.32
2.39e SPDR 122.23 +.12
1.34e SPMid 130.55 +.07
.57e SPMalts 28.00 +.15
.39e SPHIthC 30.71 +.06
.42e SPCnSt 23.23 +.05
.26e SPConsum 32.80 +.26
.57e SPEnqv 48.64 -.86
.69e SPFnd u30.89 +.26
.43e SPInds 30.20 +.11
.42e SPTech 20.93 +.04
.98e SPUtil 30.81 -.08


Stonepath .84 -.01
... SulphCon d3.88 -.31
... TanRnggn 2.76 -.16
... Telkonet 4.94 +.08
.. Tengsco :42 -.03
.. TitanPhm d1.52 -.07
... TmsmrEn 3.87 +.14
... UltraPts 52.30 -.95
3.88e UtilHTr 111.34 -.09
.. VaalcoE 3.68 -.01
... Wsbmnld 25.77 -.16
.. WlssXces n d5.65 -.52
.. Yamanag 3.90 -.15


IASAQATAL E


Dlv Name Last Chg

ACMoore 15.87 +.56
.. ACT Tele .41 +.03
.. ADCTelrs 18.00 +.14
.. ASMIntg 13.29 +.24
ASMLHId 18.25 +.19
.. ATITech 15.69 +.13
ATMI Inc 28.14 .-.02
.. ATSMed 3.16 +.03
... AVIBio 3.43 +.19
.. Aastrom 2.17 -.01
.. Abaxis 16.43 -.34
... Abgenix 13.23 +.37
.. AcaComb 1.91 -.02
.. AccHme 38.94 +.16
.. Activisns 17.41 -.01
.. Actate u3.45 +.15
.. Adaptec 4.05 +.03
.. AdobeSys 32.49 +.04
.36 Adian 29.53 -.11
.. AdvDiglnf 9.78 +.19
.45 Advanta 28.10 +.42
.54 AdvantB 29.82 +.30
.. Aerollex 11.10 +.52
.. Affymet 47.34 -.21
.. AgileSft 6.49 +.25
.. AirspanNet 5.37 -.18
.. Akama 16.69
1.52e Akzo 43.25 +.38
... Alarnosa 14.47 -.20
.601 Aldila 24.09 +.54
.. Alexion 28.16 +.39
... AlignTech 6.99 -.01
... Alkerm 18.10 -.89
.. Allscripts 15.99 -.01
.. AlteraCp 17.30 +.32
.. Alvarion 8.19 +.14
.. Amazon 41.39 +.30
.44 AmegyBcp 23.21 +.03
.. AmerBio 1.21 +.03
.. AmrBowt .26
3.161 AmCapStr 38.30 +.10
.30 AEagleOs 25.20 -.12
.40 APwCnv 21.30 -.05
.. AmerCas s 24.72 +.87
.. Ameritrade 21.52 -.04
AmqerT 79.89 +.70
AmkorT 5.80 +.07
.. Amylin 34.67 -.48
.. Anadigc 3.50 +.08
.32 Anlogic 47.99 +.71
.. Analysts 2.62 +.02
.. AnlySur 1.36 -.02
.. Andrew 10.42 -.13
AndrxGp 15.40 -.05
.. Angiotchg 13.92 -.13
.. Aphton .53 +.10
.. ApolloG 67.03 +.84
1.721 Apololnv 18.51 -.41
... AppleCs 60.23 -.92
.201 Applebees 23.20 -.03
.. AppldDigl 2.91 -.05
.. Apkllnov 3.52 +.04
.12 ApldMal 17.12 +.27
AMCC 2.72
.. aQuanlive u22.48 -.23
... ArenaPhm 10.22 -.22
.. AriadP 6.52 -.01
Anrbalnc 8.39
.60 ArkBest 41.03 +.86
.. Arotech .58
.. Anis 8.87 -.22
.. ArtTech 1.27 +.07
.. Artesyn 9.47 +.17
.. AspenTc 5.80 +.16
1.08 AsscdBanc 31,20 +.15
.. AsystTch 5.15 +.06
.. AtRoad 4.82 +.09
.. Atari 1.28 +.09
.. AthrGnc 14.72 -.30
,, Atmel 2,54
.. Audible 11.42 +.18
.. Audvox 13.68 -.57
.. Autobylel 4.58 +.11
.03] Autodsks 46.48 +.32


... Avanex .70 -.01
.. AvidTch 51.70 +.66
... Aware 6.90 +.48
.. AxcanPh 13.22 +.23
.. Axcelis 4.52 +.16
.. BEAero 18.34 -.18
.. BEASys 9.22
.. BTU Int 14.95 +.60
.. Baldu n 72.60 +4.30
,, BesaonP 1.81 -.28
BeasleyB 14.21 +.16
.16 BebeStrss 14.15 -.44
... BedBath 42.46 +.52
.. Blocryst 13.90 +.20
.. Biogenldc 41.84 -.14
.. BoMarin 9.06 +.12
.25e Biomet 36.05 -.05
.. Biomira 1.25 +.02
... Blopurers .95 -.04
... BloScrip u7.92 +.98
.. BIkboard 28.60 -.20
.. BlueNile 37.56 +.96
.. Bluefly 1.62 +.10
.48 BobEvn 22.50
.. Bookham 5.17 -.21
.. Borland 5.85 +.18
BrigExp 13.69 -.16
Brighlpnts 22.21 +.64
BroadVis .43
... Brdcom 43.19 -.36
eBroading 6.43 +.19
BrcdeCmIf 3.44 .
BrooksAut 13.40 +.37
.23 BucyrsA 40.78 -.54
.601 BlIdgMalt 90.72 +2.66
... BusnObj 35.73 +.03
C-COR 5.26 -.07
.521 CBRLGrp 36.25 +.44
CDCCpA 3.39 -.03
.43f CDWCorp 58.92 +.29
.CHRobns 36.92 +.77
... CMGI 1.67 +.02
... CNET. 14.25 +.16
.. CSGSys u24.46 +.32
CVThera 25.43 +.20
... CabolMic 29.00 +.03
... Cadence 16.02 -.13
...CalDive 66.22 -.41
... CaAmp u12.17 +.22
-... Candela 11.48 +.59
1.82f CapAuto 38.38 -.01
.61 CapCtyBks 36.51 +.03
.. CpstnTrb 2.68 -.07
... CareerEd 34.82 +1.02
... Carrizo 23.57 -1.10
.18 Caseys 21.84 +.28
... Celgene 59.45 -.24
... Centllm u4.30 +.45
... Cephin 48.46 +.18
.. Cepheid 8.11 +.60
.. Ceradynes 42.05 +.66
ChadRsse 17.32 +.07
... ChnrmSh u12.80 +.96
... CharlCm 1.30 +.02
... ChkPoint 22.18 -.15
ChkFree 44.30 +.11
... Checkers 14.49 +.10
... Cheesecks 36.15 +.15
... ChildPIc 48.68 +1.23
... ChinaMedn 24.33+2.07
... Chiron 44.19 +.02
.50 ChrchllD 33.11 +.28
C.. CienaCo 2.48 -.04
1.22 CinnRn 43.57 +.11
.32f Cintas 42.67 +.27
... Cirrus 7.49 +.12
., Cisco 17.85 -.02
.. CirixSy 27.45 +.05
CleanH u35.54 +.81
... CIlckCm 23.89 +1.89
... Cogent 26.11 -.34
... CogTech 45.21 +.15
Cognosg 36.72 -1.00
.24 Cohu 24.80 +.43
C.. Coinstar 25.71 +.29
... CldwtrCrs 28.23 +.06
... Colmbus 21.78 -1.17


... Comarco 8.77 -.08
... Concast d26.46 -.68
... Comoso d25.83 -.67
1.40 CompsBc 48.36 +21
... CompCrd 43.37 +1.22
.88 ClnptrPr u43.5443.56
... Comuwre. 8.32 +.22
... Comlechs 39.62 +.83
... Comvers 25.75 +.17
... ConcCm 1.70 ...
... Conexant u2.22 -.10
.. Conmed 25.09 -.04
.. Conns u33.26 +1.31
... Connetics d12.01 +.01
.. ConorMd n 20.39 -.52
.41p ConsolCmn 12.20 -.60
.. Convera 13.00 -.28
.. Copart 24.00 +.39
... Corilian 2.51 +.04
... CorinthC 12.56 -.04
... CostPlus 18.19 +.73
.46 Costco 49.61 +.49
... Craylnc 1.25 +.06
.. CredSys 8.26 +.08
... CreeInc 24.59 -.30
... CritPath .44 -.02
.28f Cryptgc 20.87 +.58
CubistPh 21.14 -.14
Cutera u34.84 +1.16
.. Cyberonic 28.70 -.67
Cymer u37.73 +.70
CyIf- 1.07 +.04
Cytogen 3.19 +.02
... Cytyc 26.15 +.01

DRDGOLD 1.24 -.05
.. Danka 1.75 -.02
.. DayStar 12.00 -.10
DellInc 29.60 -.16
.. DItaPtr 18.07 -.59
... Dndreon 6.06 +.48
... Dendrite 19.14 +.23
.28f Dentsply 57.15 +,74
.. Dglnsght 30.33 -.47
.. DigRiver 27.63 -.02
.. Digitas 11.27 +.18
DiscHIdAn 14.15 +.04
.. DIstEnSy u8.89 +.52
.. DobsonCm 6.41 -.31
... DIrTree 23.70 +.35
... DressBn u29.00 +.68
.. drugstre 3.18 +.09
DuredCtp 5.42 +.07
.10 DynMat6s u27.05 +155
.. eavs 41.87 +,29
EGL Inc 32.44 +1.29
eResrch 14.21 +.08
.. EZEM 16.04 +.01
... Erthink 11.23 +.34
.20 EstWstBcp 38.35 -.39
i.00e EchoStar 26.92 +.26
.. Edipsys 16.10 +.32
eCost.cm 1.91 +.14
.. EdgePet 22.25 -.76
.15f EduDv 8.20 +25
... 8x8 Inc 1.78 +.07
... ectSd 22.30 -.01
.. BctgTs 3.36 +.03
... BectArs 59.93
... EFI 24.76 -24
... BizArden 19.38 -.57
.. Emdeon 7.84 ..
... EmplreRast 5.98-1.03
... EncorW .22.30 +.38
... EncysiveP 10.47 +.47
... EndoPhrm 27.93 +.09
... EndWve 13.06 +.80
... EngyConv 32.59 -1.43
.041 EngSup s 40.55 -.02
... Entegris 9.70 +.10
... EpicorSft 13.13
.36e EricsnI 32.95 -.48
... eSpeed 7.86 +.60
... EssexCp 18.12 +.66
... EvrgrSIr u11.19 -.01
... Exelixis 8.83 +.33


... Expedian 22.63 -.10
.30f Expdlnti 67.99 +1.21
... ExpScriptsu79.36 +.05
.. ExtNetw 4.88 +.16
... Eyelech 17.99 -.03
... F5Netw 53.61 -.02
... FEICo 20.61 -.08
... FLIRSyss 24.19 +.99
.. FaroTch d16.50 -1.49
.62 Fastenal u74,85 +1.67
1.52f RiflhThird 40.76 +.36
... Finisar 1.54 -.04
.10 Rinlnes 16.20 +.02
.. FrstHrzn 15.64 +.04
.40 FstNiagara 14.80 -.07
1.121 FstMerit 26.87 +.26
.. Rserv 44.43 -.07
.. Rextm 9.61 +.21
... viFLYi d.07 -.12
... Forward 23.43 +1.96
.. Fossil Inc 16.94 -.19
.. FosterWhn 29.84 +.52
... Foundry 12.46 -.04
.. FoxHollw 43.73 -.67
.08 Fredslnc 15.64 +.62
.. FmtrAir 9.29 -.34
... FuelCell 8.91 +.21
... Fmdia .46 -.05

.. Galam u12.14 +.74
.50 Garmin 54.83 -1.94
... GeacCmg u10.75 +1.98
.. Gemstar d2.40 -.05
... GenProbe 44.57 +.56
... Genaera 1.60 +.05
.. GeneLTc .45 -.02
... GenBioto 1.36 +.15
... GenesMcr 20.09 +.64
... Genta 1.46 -.18
.36f Gentexs 18.44 +.08
,, Genzyme 71.60 -3.22
... GeronCp 9.10 +.17
... GigaMed 2.12 +.08
... GileadSd 49.87 +.19
... GlblePnt 3.33 -.08
... GloblInd 13.32 +.10
... GoldKist 16.50 -.59
... Gooqle u395.03 +4.60
... GuitarC 52.89 +.54
Gymbree u20.09 +.26
.96 HMNFn 30.40 +.05
.. Hansens 55.70 -1.93
.80 HarbrFL 36.09 +.06
... Harmonic 4.68 +.08
... HthTroncs 6.85 -.26
... Hibbetts 26.76 -.39
... Hologic 61.84 +.74
... HomeStore 4.21 +.65
... HotTopic 14.21 +.22
... HouseValn 14.38 -.16
.28 HudsCitys 11.84 -.02
... HudsonTch 2.69 -.79
... HumGen 8.44 +.14
.24 HunUBs 21.55 +.65
.86 HuntBnk 23.75 +.46
... HutchT 25.22 -.28
Hydrgcs d2.84 -21
HyperSolu 49.42 +.99
... Hythiam 5.18 +.22
... 12Techn 13.48 +.75
... IAClnters 27.01 +.13
... ICOS 29.34 +.67
... IDXSys 43.35 +.16
... I-Flow 12.09 -.23
.64m IPCHold 29.52 +.41
... Idenix 4.55 +.05
... ImaxCp 8.51 +.21
... Imclone 32.20 +1.35
... ImunResp .27 -.02
... Inamed 76.83 +1.96
... Incyte 5.15 +.06
1.08 IndpCmly 37.54
... IndevusPh 4.35 +.09
... InfoSpce 25.56 +.41
... Informat 11.86 -.07
29e Inlosys 70.63 +1.07


... InsightCm 11.39 -.07
Insmed 1.16 -.03
.32p Insitnet 4.96 +.02
... IntgDv 10.28 +.18
.. ISSI 7.00 -.11
.32 Intel 24.50 +.51
Intellisync u4.86 +.52
InterDig 18.52 +.13
.,. InDisWkn 6.48 +.11
.06 InntSpdw 52.97 -.49
... IntemtCap 8.89 -.11
-. IntmtinltJ 10.83 +.89
... IntntSec 24.41 -.64
.20f Intersil u24.12 -.12
Interwoven 9.50 +.16
.. Intevac 12.21 +.40
IntraLase 16.33 +.33
... IntrgnTh 6.21 +.25
... Intuit 47.83 +.22
IntSurg 92.34 +.02
InvBncpn 10.53
.08 InvFnSv 39.61 +.08
Invitrogn 64.33 -.97
.. lonaon n 10.26 -.39
.. IRIS tnt u26.00 +3.31
.. IsleCapri 24.89 +2.64
Isonics 2.23
... Hron 47.35 +2.55
IvanhoeEn 1.56 -.07
iVillage 7.85 +.22

j2GIob 44.42 -.70
.. JDSUniph 2.37 +.02
.18 JackHenry 18.57 +.10
... JkksPac 19.79 +.56
JetBlue 18.52 +.20
.45 JoyGIbls 46.25 +.51
.. JnprNtw 24.50 +.53
.. Jupitrmed 16.30 +.23
.48 KLATnc 49.68 -.31
KnghtCap 9.65 -.01
.. Komag 28.12 +.02
... KoplnCp 6.90 +.45
... KosPhr 57.86 -1.48
... Kronos 47.87 +.17
... Kulicke 6.91 +.16
... Kyphon 40.07 +.49
.32 LCAViss 44.32 +1.02
LKQCp 32.03 +1.38
.48f LSI ds 17.12 +.73
... LTX 3.64 +.04
... LamRsch u35.82 +.75
... LamarAdv 45.56 -.59
.10 Landstars 41.26 +1.41
Lasrscp d21.47 +.14
LawsnSit 7.85 -.01
LeapWiren 33.10 +1.76
Leve3 3.05 +.13
LexarMd 8.00 -.23
... UbGobAs 25.29 +.32
... UbGlobCn 23.89 +.18
L... fePtH 37.73 +.32
... Uncare 43.50 -.84
.40 UnearTch 33.92 -.27
... Uonbrdg 6.29 -.09
... Utelfuse d22.49 +.35
LoJack 24.41 -.21
LodgEnt 13.92 +.32
LookSmtrs 4.49 -.01
Loudeye .81 +.01

M-SysFD 31.71 -.29
1.68 MCGCap 14.83 +.28
6.00e MCIIncs 19.76 -.03
... MGIPhr 19.56 -.62
... MIVA 5.31 -.58
.40f MTS 40.31 -.10
... MacroCh .03
.. Mancrdia 44.30 +.10l
... Macrvsn 15.69 +.29
... MageinHI 29.98 +1.20
.. MagnaEnt u7.46 +.43
... MakMusc 9.10 -.05
Manugist 1.75 -.02
Martek 31.55 +.25
Marveir 48.90 +.1 1


MatrixSv 9.08 -.16 ... Oracle 12.61 .. Ryanair 46.86 -2.15
.20 MaxReCp 25.03 +.07 .. OraLabs 2.88 +.58 .. RyanRest 11.43 +.46
.50f Maxim 36.83 -.20 O... raSure 11.27 +.22
MaxwliT 13.05 +.03 ., Orbotch 21.72 +.56
.,. McDataA 4.03 ... ... Orthfx 38.97 +.03 .. SAFLINK .98 -.02
... Medlmun 34.94 -.93 1.12 OtterTal 30.69 +.10 SBACom 15.35 -.02
,. Medarex 9.45 +.08 ... Overstk 33.53 -1.43 .. SFBCInt 30.00 +1.55
.. Mediacm 5.78 -.02 1.00 Safeco 56.35 +.39
.MedAct 18.70 +.07 SalixPhm 17.40 -.10
,,, MediCo 1849 +.15 PETCO 21.59 +.60 ... SanDIsk 61.35 -3.79
MedisTech 15.98 -.04 ... PFChng 48.21 -.03 ... Sanmina 4.46 +.05
MentGr 8.72 -.05 PMCSra 7.41 ... ... Santarus 6.49 +.01
... Merclntri 28.61 +.55 PRGSchlz d.70 -.06 ... Sapient 5.43 +.16
MergeTc u24.06 -.33 ... PWEagle ul2.01 +1.08 .07 Schnitzer 32.18 +.50
MesaAir 11.35 +.07 1.00f Paccar 71.44 +.50 ... SciGames 26.51 -.80
Micrel 10.75 +.24 PacSunwr 27.77 +.28 .. SearsHldgs 124.05 +.05
.64f Microchp 31.07 +51 Packetr 8.35 +.41 ... SecureCmpu13.19 +.56
Mcromse 7.86 +.15 ... .Palm tnc 2625 +1.54 ... SelCmfit 22.53 +.07
MicroSemi 23.91 +.21 PalmSrce 18.35 +.06 .88f SelctIn 56.65 +.20
.32a Microsoft 27.01 +.35 .. PalmrM u31.94 +1.94 ... Semtech 16.37 +.08
... Microtune 5.00 +.36 PanASIv 15.76 -.51 ... SentoCp u7.52 +.47
MillCell 1.56 -.01 PaneraBrd 61.26 -.64 ... Sepracor 56.71 -.06
MillPhar 9.76 -.02 ... ParPet 13.41 +.02 ... Sequenm .74 +.04
.29 MillerHer 27.94 -.68 ... ParmTc 6.33 +.03 ... SerenaSft 22.93 +.43
Mindspeed 1.86 -.01 .28 PartTrFnl 11.98 -.01 ... 724Sol 4.84 -1.15
Misonix d4.90 -1.37 ... Pathmrk 10.20 +.02 ... Shanda 24.01 -.19
.20f Molex 26.50 +.40 ... Patterson 41.50 -.30 .17e ShirePh 37.70 -.11
Momenta 20.81 +1.64 .16 PatUTI 33.85 -.78 ... ShufflMsts 26.76 +.59
MnstrWw u35.23 +.17 .64f Paychex u40.44 +.16 ... SIRFTch 28.61 +1.40
Motive 4.07 +.07 ... PeerlssSys 7.59 -.62 .10 SiebelSys 10.43 +.01
.09j MovieGal 6.93 -.10 PnnNGms 30.65 +.22 ... SierraWr 11.40 -.02
... Mut6lFnElcu32.77 +358 ... PrSeTch 22.41 +.46 .. SigmaTei 14.09 -.37
Myogen 19.44 -.28 Peregrine 1.05 -.02 ... Silcnlmg 9.88 +27
MyriadGn 19.11 +51 Perfcient 8.05 -.22 ... SilcnLab 34.60 +1.06
NABIBo d3.46 +.06 ..PerFood 27.65 +.0 ... SST 5.06 -.04
NETgear 21.05 -.14 .171 Perrigo 14.57 +.09 .12r SIcnware 4.70 +.10
.. NGASRs 10.53 -.72 ... PetMed 13.10 -.89 ... SilvStdg 13.05 -.31
NIIlHidg 84.68 +.38 .. Petrohawk 12.32 -.28 ... Sina 23.96 -.06
NPSPhm 10.44 +.40 ... PetDvf 34.07 -.46 .30 Sinclair 9.05 +.07
NTLInc 59.70 +.67 ... PtroqstE 8.71 -.51 ... SiriusS 6.91 -.04
Napsler d3.33 -.06 .12 PetsMart 25.07 -.01 .12 SkyWest 29.52 +.16
.41e Nasd100Tr 40.13 +.05 PhotoMdx d1.80 -.11 ... SkywksSol 4.97 +.12
Nasdaqn u35.00 +1.26 Photrln 18.50 +.17 ... SmurfStne 10.70 -.05
Nastech 14.04 +.31 Pixars 52.75 -1.36 ... Sohu.cm 16.67 +.48
NatAt]Hn 11.30 +.05 Plexus u19.14 -.85 ... SonicCorp 29.21 -.66
NatusMed 17.06 -25 PlugPower 5.76 +.06 ... SonicSol 17.90 +.08
Navarre 4.40 ... ... Polyom 16.50 -.05 ... SonoSite 32.96 +1.36
NektarTh 16.11 +24 .60 Polymed 33.59 +.59 ... Sonus 4.92 +.10
Neoware 19.67 -.63 .64 Popular 20.91 +.21 .36 SouMoBc 14.50 -.26
Net1UEPSn23.64 -.11 ... PortPlayn 20.72 -.37 .17 Stapless 23.36 +.03
Net2Phn 1.44 +.02 ... PortfRec 35.69 +.24 ... Starbuckss 30.41 +.05
NetlO 11.57 -.27 ... Power-One 5.97 +.28 .40 StIDyna 31.46 -.40
... NetLoglc 21.16 +1.14 ... Powrwav 1339 +.73 ... Stellent 10.09 +.09
Netease 79.24 -2.06 ... Prestek 9.38 -.50 ... StemCels 4.63 -.07
Netffix 27.81 +.22 .92 PriceTR 67.61 +.34 1.00e SMadden 26.88 +.18
NetwkAo 27.55 -.50 ... priceline 24.51 +.03 .10 StewEntIl 5.58 +.01
NtwrEng 1.12 ... PmusT .92 +.11 ... StolOffsh 10.60 -.14
Neurcrine 55.42 -1.51 ProgPh 23.64 +.02 ... Stratex u3.01 +.15
NexoPit 24.99 +.16 ... ProtDsg 25.89 -.10 SunMrto 3.89 -.01
NilroMed 16.76 -.61 ... ProvIdSvc 2825 -3.04 ... SupTech .63 +.05
.20e NobltyH 26.15 +.25 OLT 7.25 +.05 ... SuperGen 5.93 +.42
.84 NorTrst 51.99 +.84 ... iaoXing 6.49 +.17 .96f SusqBnc 23.44 +.09
NvtWdsi 14.00 +.12 ... Qogic 30.81 -.20 ... SwiftTm 19.42 +.36
Novavax 3.88 -.04 .36 Qualcom 44.64 -.16 ... Sycamore 3.82 -.10
Novell 7.53 -01 ... QuanFuel 2.93 -.10 ... SykesEn 14.22 -.09
Novilus 23.04 +.10 ... OuestSftw 13.55 -.26 ... Symantecs 18.91 +.28
NuHoriz 9.66 -.08 ... Quidel u13.65 +1.74 ... Symetric 7.94 -.01
NuanceCm 5.39 +.03 .. RFMicDO 5.26 -.03 .40 Synagro 4.16 +.14
NuriSys 32.96 +.49 ., RSASec 12.57 +.24 .. Synaps 25.01 +22
Nvidia 33.91 -.15 Radcom 2.75 +.50 Syneron 41.74 +1.32
OChareys 13.81 -.13 .. RadThrSv 34.60 +2.05 ... Synopsys 18.44 -.09
OReillyAs 30.68 +78 ROneD d11.13 -.12 ... Synovis 8.82 +.02
OSIPhrm 25.54 -.10 Radvisn u15.53 -.07 ... SyntroCp 7.24 -.01
OSISys 17.96 +.07 ... Rambus 13.50 +.24 THQs u24.11 +.47
OdysseyHit 17.20 -11 ... Randgold 13.73 -.01 TLCVision d6.00 +.03
... OkidDomF 37.70 +1.20 ... RealNwk 8.09 +.09 TTMTch 8.81 +.21
... OmniVisn 14.10 +.42 ... RedHat u24.76 +09 ... TakeTwos 1820 -.01
... OnAssign u9.94 +.26 ... RedRobin 53.50 +1.56 ... TalkAmer 9.49 +.13
...OnSmcnd 5.13 +.13 ... Redback u11.88 -.04 .20 TalxCps 39.68-1.08
OnyxPh 29.00-1.14 ... RentACt 19.24 +.42 ... TargGene .52 -.05
OpenTxt 15.28 +.34 ... Repgn 3.11 -.17 ... TaroPh 2335 +.34
OpenTV 2.60 +.05 ... RepubAir u16.33 -.04 ... Tarrant 1.02
OpnwvSy 17.25 +.06 .44b RepBcp 12.73 +.03 ... TASERs 7.92 -.06
OplinkC 1.73 ... ... RschMotn 65.11 +2.21 ... TechData 35.12 +.45
... Opsware 5.07 +.10 ... RightNow 1415 -.15 ... Tegal .65 +.02
... OpmalAg 20.00 -.44 .20 RossStrs 25.52 -.28 ... Tekelec 15.28 -.01
.16 optXprsn 20.34 -.05 .20 RoyGId 22.39 -.45 ... TeleTech 10.77 -.58


... TelwestGI 22.36
... Telklnc 15.36 +.06
... Tellabs 10.00 -.01
.. Terayon 2.57 +21
.25e TevaPhrm 38.35 -.25
...ThSltreet u4,81 +.51
... Thorate 19.95 +.30
.. 3Com 3.89 ...
...TiboSft 785 +17
TWTele u8.30 -.31
T. IVoInc 5.30 +.18
... TractSupp 51.82 -26
... TrdeStatn 11.84 -.08
Tmsmeta 1.73 +.22
TmSwtc 1.43
Travelzoo 19.49 -.37
TridMic 33.56 +.60
TrimbleN 29.33 -.11
TripathT .47 +.10
... TriQuint 4.64 +26
... TrueRelign 12.17 +.20
.60 TrstNY 13.00 -.02
.84f Trustmk 28,95 +.30
.65 TuesMm 25.91 +.35
.. 24/RealM 6.63 +.34
.65 UAPIHdgn 19.24 -.11
.10 UCBHHds 17.61 +.12
.15f UTiWrld u94.90 +3.60
... UTStrcm 6.81 +.34
Ubiqui0 8,84 +.14
.. UtdNIF 28.42 +.12
.80 UtdOnIn 12.89 -.16
USEnr 4.06 -.02
UtdSurgs 34.69 -.22
UtdThrp 75.90 +1.40
.. UnvAmr 16,12 +.10
.111 UnivFor 58.04 +.21
UrbanOuts 30.70 -.67

.. VCAAnt 27.53 +.48
.. ValueClick 19.06 +.16
... Varian 41.32 -.34
VarianS 39.07 +1.01
VasoDIta 11.23 -.06
Veecolnst 15.92 +21
Ventiv 25.39 -.43
Verisign 23.58 +.23
Verity 13.14
VertxPh 24.49 +.61
ViewptCp 1.20 +06
ViisageT 5.08 -.03
... VionPhm 2.14 +.02
.. ViroPhrm u24.10 3.11
Vitesse 1.71 +02
... WJCom 1.32 +21
... Wamaco 23.34 +44
.. WebSide 17.37 +.92
WebEx 23.27 -13
webMeth 7.03 -02
Websense 58.99 -.54
.16 WemerEntl 18.34 +24
WetSeal 4.99 +.07
1.00 WholeFd 146.64 -3.29
... WdOats 12,06 +.40
SWilsonsLh 4.02 -.08
WindRvr 12.96 -35
... WlssFac 5.95 -.87
... Wstream 1.35 +.07
WoridGate 3.06 +.32
... Wynn 51.08 +1.14
... XMSat 29.79 -.11
.. XOMA 1.70 +.06
.28 Xlinx 23.5 -.12
Yahoo 37.90 +.03
YeltowRd 47,81 +.77
ZebraT 45.36 +.75
Zevex u11.08 -.32
... ZhoneTch 2.42 +.01
1.44 ZionBcp 73.55 +.13
.. pRlty 8.02 -.38
ZixCorp 2.23 +.04
Zoran 15.52 +.10
Zumiezn u36,67 +1.67
... ZymoGen 17.75 +.56


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Yesterday Pvs Day
Australia 1.3637 1.3657
Brazil 2.2115 2.2105
Britain 1.7434 1.7510
Canada 1.1894 1.1834
China 8.0872 8.0851
Euro .8480 .8460
Hong Kongq 7.7523 7.7521
Hungary 211.75 210.60
India 45.810 45.420
Indnsia 10085.00 10100.00
Israel 4.6860 4.6617
Japan 117.62 118.24
Jordan .7085 .7081
Malaysia 3.7755 3.7755
Mexico 10.7040 10.7190
Pakistan 59.70 60.65
Poland 3.41 3.39
Russia 28.7825 28.5930
SDR .6989 .6956
Singapore 1.7004 1.7012
Slovak Rep 33.01 32.90
So. Africa 6.7071 6.6606
So. Korea 1049.30 1043.00
Sweden 8.1393 8.1112
Switzerlnd 1.3083 1.3059
Taiwan 33.68 33.65
U.A.E. 3.6728 3.6731
British pound expressed in U.S. dollars. All others show
dollar in foreign currency.



Yesterday Pvs Day
Prime Rate 7.00 6.75
Discount Rate 5.00 4.75
Federal Funds Rate 4.00 4.0625
Treasuries
3-month 3.84 3.89
6-month 4.12 4.13
5-year 4,54 4.45
10-year 4.63 4.56
30-year 4.82 4.76



FUTURES
Exch Contract Settle Chg
LtSweetCrude NYMX Dec05 59.47 -1.11
Corn CBOT Dec 05 1943/% -3/4
Wheat CBOT Dec 05 310 -11/4


Soybeans CBOT Jan 06 583 -9
Cattle CME Dec 05 91.80 +.32
Pork Bellies CME Feb06 91.17 +2.37
C.g.- f wrlIAN NYi iviKaruo itsQ7 -i0


ugarwo) d NYI MarU06 11.37 -.19
Orange Juice NYBT Jan 06 124.25 +.95

SPOT
Yesterday Pvs Day
Gold (troy oz., spot) $459.00 $465.10
Silver (troy oz., spot) $7.579 $7.550
Copper (pound) 1 .1.3/ b $1.8UbU

NMER = New York Mercantile Exchange. CBOT = Chicago.
Board of Trade. CMER = Chicago Mercantile Exchange.
NCSE = New York Cotton, Sugar & Cocoa Excharge.
NCTN = New York Cotton Exchange.


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fL 4-wk
Name NAV Chg %Rtn
AARP lInvt:
CapGrr 48.44 +.01 +3.9
GNMA 14.72 +.02 -0.8
Global 30.69 +.04 +1.0
Gthlnc 22.55 +.02 +3.3
IntI 48.44 +.14 +0.5
PhwyCn 11.74 +.02 +0.9
PthwyGr 13.55 +.02 +2.0
ShTrmBd 9.96 +.01 -02
SmCoStk 25.78 +.07 +4.0
AIM Investments A:
Agrsvp 10.62 +.02 +4.0
BasValAp 32.79 +.08 +1.8
ChartAp 13.05 +.04 +2.8
Constp 24.15 +.01 +4.7
HYdAp 4.33 ... -0.9
IntlGrow. 21.98 +.02 +0.4
MdCpCEq 29.69 +.04 +1.7
MuB p 8.00 ... -0.7
PrmEqty 10.11 +.03 +3.2
SelEqty 18.17 +.05 +3.6
Surnitl 11.58 ..- +3.2
WengAp 13.74 +.02 +5.1
AIM Investments B:
CapDvB 117.87 +.03 +2.3
PremEqty 9.31 +.02 +3.1
AIM Investor Cl:
Energy 40.31 -.61 +2.8
SmCoGIp 12.93 +.04 +4.0
Utilities 13.47 -.03 -2.7
AMF Funds:
AdjMtg 9.69 ... NA
Advance Capital I:
Balancpn18.00 +.04 +1.5
Retncn 9.77 +.01 -1.4
Alger Funds B:
SmCapGrt 14.96 +.03 +4.4
AillanceBem A:
AmGvlncA 7.53 +.02 -1.0
BalanAp 1728 +.03 +1.8
GbTchAp 58.30 +.19 +4.8
GrIncAhp 3.78 +.01 +3.3
SmCpGrA 23.55 +.14 +3.4
AllanceBem Adv:
LgCpGrAd 20.91 ... +7.4
AllianceBern B:,
ArnGvlncB7.52 +.01 -12
eorpBdBpl.81 ... -1.1
SIbTchBt 52.52 +.16 +4.7
GrowthBt2527 +.10 +5.8
SCpGrB 19.78 +.11 +3.3
USGovtB p6.87 ... -1.2
AllanceBem C:
SCpGrCt 19.84 +.12 +3.4
Allianz Funds C:
GwthCt 1825 +.02 +4.5
TargtCt 16.40 +.10 +4.0
AmSouth Fds Cl I:
Value ... ... 0.0
Ainer Century Adv:
EqGropn22.85 +.10 +2.6
Amer Century Inv:
Balanced n16.66 +.05 +1.0
Eqlncn 8.05 +.01 +1.6
Growth n 20.32 +.08 +5.3
Heritageln13.66 -.01 +2.9
ron 31.11 +.11 +22
loiscrn15.42 ... -0.1
IntlGrol n 9.64 +.03 +0.8
fe Sdn 5.30 +.02 +0.8
New Opp r n5.81 +.07 +4.9
QneChAgn11.31+.02 NE
RealEstl n26.64 +.13 +2.7
Select n 37.65 +.19 +3.2
UtIran 29.72 +.13 +5.1
Utiln 13.18 -.04 -2.6
Valuelnv n 7.49 +.03 +3.5
American Funds A:
AocpAp 18.80 +.03 +42
AMutlAp 26.77 +.04 +2.7
BElAp 17.96 +.05 +2.0
BondAp 13.18 ... -0.8
apWAp 18.61 ... -2.7
CapBAdp 52.53 -.01 -0.3
CapWGAp 36.18+.08 +0.7
EupacAp39.89 +.15 +0.8
FdlnvAp 34.07 -.01 +1.9
GwthAp 29.86 ... +3.5
HITrAp 12.10 -.01 -0.2
IncoAp 1817 +.01 +0.4
IntBdAp 13.39 ... -0.6
ICAAp 31.44 +.04 +2.3
NEcoAp 2225 +.07 +4.0
NPerAp 2925+.07 +1.1
NwWrldA 36.96 +.02 -0.4OA
SmCpAp 33.88 +.03 +0.3
TxExAp 12.34 ... -0.7
WshA2p 30.69 +.05 +2.6
American Funds B:
BalBt 17.90 +.05 +2.0
Cap/BBt 52.53 -.01 -0.4
GrwthBt 28.85 +.01 +3.5
IncoBt 18.07 ... +0.3
ICABt 31.30 +.04 +2.2
WashB1t 30.51 +.05 +2.5
Ariel Mutual Fds:
Apprec 48.29 +.27 +2.9
Ariel 53.55 +.15 +0.6
Artisan Funds:
Intl, 23.97 -03 +.5
MidCap -30.99 ,f. ,4 7
MdCapVal 19.07 .. +1.4
Baron Funds:
Asset 58.00 +.36 +6.0
Growth 46.51 +.38 +4.7
SmCap 22.71 +.13 +2.6
Bernstein Fds:
IntDur 13.06 +.01 -1.0
DivMu 13.93 ... -0.5
STxMglntV24.46 +.11 +1.6
IntVa2 23.05 +.10 +1.7
BlackRock A:
AuroraA 40.91 +.14 +2.4
HYlnvA 7.98 ... -0.6
Legacy 14.09 +.03 +562
Bramwell Funds:
SGrowth px 18.76-1.67 +3.7
Orandywlne Fds:
,lBmdywnn30.41 +.06 +2.3
Brinson Funds Y:
'HiYUdlYn 6.96 +.01 -1.0
CGM Funds:
CapDvn 33.42 -.33 +4.1
iMutln 28.13 -.19 +2.1
Calamos Funds:
lGr&lncAp3l.05 -.02 +2.1
;G wthAp 54.71 -.02 +5.2
GrowthCt 52.39 -.02 +5.1
Salvert Group:
InoSp 16.86 +.01 -0.7
IntlEqAp 19.86 +.07 +0.2
MBCAI 10.28 .. -0.1
Munint 10.72 ... -0.6
SooalAp 28.09 +.05 +1.7
ItcBdp 16.01 +.01 -0.8
ocEqAp 35.55 +.10 +4.1
txFLt 10.56 0... .0
TxFLgp 16.48 +.91 -0.7
TxFVT 15.6 ... -0.7
causeway Intl:
lnstitutnlirn16.55 +.05 -1.4
clipper 87.17 -.25 +0.2
ohen & Steers:
R/tyShrs 73.25 +.35 +1.6
Columbia Class A:
I Acomt, 27.90 +.09 +3.0
Columba Class Z:
AcomZ 28.54 +.09 +3.0
AcomlntZ32.14 +.03 -1.9
Columba Funds:
'ReEsEqZ 226 +.11 +0.6
Dsvta Funds A:
l NYVen A 32.93 +.05 +3.7
Navis Funds B:
YVen B 31.39 +.05 +3.7
iNYVenY 33.38 +.06 +3.8
iNYVen C 31.59 +.05 +3.7
DeTlaware Invest A:
nTredAp 21.63 +.15 +6A4
i TxUSAp 11.40 +.21 -1.1
Delaware Invest B:
I DelchB 3.23 ... -0.7
iSe/GrBt 24.03 -.02 +5.1
imenslonal Fds:
rintSmVan17.34 +.05 +0,3
USLgVan21.44 +.03 +3A4
!US Micro n1558 +.09 +3.1
*US Smallen20a8+.10 +3.5
'USSmVa28.28 +.18 +3.7
IntlSmCo nl5.99 +.07 +0.6
;EmgMktn19.07 +.04 -0.3
IlhtVan 17.51 +.06 +1.0
:TMUSSV 25.09 +.14 +3.9
!DFABRIEn24.25 +.13 +1.6
Dodge&Cox:
Balanced 80.78 +.11 +1.4
Income 12.57 ... -0.5
;,lntlStk 33.78 +.10 +0.7
, Stock 135.08 +23 +2.3
breyfus:
Aprec 3.95 +.11 +2.2
lDiscp 32.95 +.06 +3.3
SDreyf 10.36 +.02 +3.1
Dr5001n I35.98 +.08 +3.1
; EmgLd 47.03 +.10 +4.6
'FLintr 13.06 ... -0.7
InsMutn 17.61 .. -1.1
StrValA r 29.85 +.07 +3.0


Preyfus Founders:
GrowthBn1024 +.02 +3.9
'rwthFpn10.77 +.02 +4.0
Dreyfus Premier:
CoreEqAt 14.81 +.04 +2.1
CorVIvp 30.82 +.06 +3.1
UdHYdAp7.17 -.01 -0.3
TxMgGCt 15.82+.05 +1.9
TchGroA 23.01 ... +5.5
Eaton Vance CI A:
ChlnaAp 14.10 -.11 -4.0
SGiwthA 7.32 +.02 +44
InBosA 6.30 ... -0.1
SpEqtA 4.85 +.02 +2.5
MunBdl 10.53 ... -1.2
TradGvA 8.50 +.01 -0.2
Eaton Vance Cl B:
iFLMBt 10.81 ... -0.5
iHIthSBt 11.71 ... +3.8
INatlMBt 10.39 -.01 -0.6
Eaton Vance CI C:
iGovtCp 7.32 ... -0.2
NaMCt 9.90 -.01 -0.7
vergreen A:
AstAlIp 14.10 +.03 +0.5
evergreen B:
DvrBdBt 14.48 +.01 -1.1
MuBdBt 740 ... -0.8
Evergreen C:
tAstAIICt 13.66 +.03 +0.4


Evergreen I:
CorSdI 10.39 +.01 -1.1 a
SIMunil 9.92 +.01 -0.3
Excelsior Funds: Here are the 1.000 Dig
Energy 27.07 -33 +1.5
Held p 4.48 ... -02 show the fund name, i
ValRestr 44.65 +.09 +1.4 net change. as well as
FPA Funds:
Nwinc 10.95 ... +0.2 Tues: 4-wk total return
Federated A: Wed: 12-mo total return
AroLdrA 2529 +.13 +2,9
MdGrSA32-62 +.08 +2.5 Thu: 3-yr cumulative to
MuSecA 10.58 ... -0.8 Fri: 5-yr cumulative lot
Federated B:
StdrncB 8.52 +.01 -0.9 Name: Name of mutual
Federated Inst: NAV: Net asset value.
Kaufrrn 5.70 +.02 +3.1
Rdelity Adv FocT: Chg: Net change in pr
HItCarT 22.82 +.03 +2.1 Total return: Percent c
NatResT 40.44 -.48 +1.3 dividends reinvested. I
Fidelity Advisor A: tve
DivntAr 20.61 +.04 +0.9
Fidelity Advisor I: Data based on NAVs r
EqGrdn 49.59 +.16 +4.0
Eqlnin 29.50 +.12 +3.2 Footnotes: e Ex-cap
IntBdln 10.86 ... -0.6 n No-load lund p F
FidelityAdvisrT: Redemption fee or co
BalancT 1624 +.03 +1.4
DivGrTp 11.74 +.04 +3.0 Stock dividend or splin.
DynCATp15.65 +.06 +6.5 No Intormation evailab
EqGrTp 46.97 +.15 +3.9 wish to be tracked NI
EqInT 29.15 +.12 +32
GovInT 9.89 +.01 -1.0 ULipper, Inc. and The Asi
GrOppT 32.31 +.14 +6.4
HilnAdTp 9.67 +.01 -0.5 ReEScAp28.08 +.20 +1.8
IntBdT 10.85 +.01 -0.7 RisDvAp 31.68 +.14 +4.0
MidCpTp26.06 +.06 +2.4 SMCpGrA 36.54 +.12 +3.3
MulncTp 12.95 ... -0.9 USGovAp6.44 +.01 -0.5
OvrseaT 18.88 +.06 +0.9 UilsAp 11.69 -.04 -2.4
STFiT 9.39 ... -0.2 VATFAp 11.74 ... -0.6
Fidelity Freedom: Frank/Temp Frnk B:
FF2010 n 13.96 +.02 +1.3 IncomBi p 2.39 -.01 -1.2
FF2020n 14.47 +.03 +2.1 IncomeBt 2.38 -.01 -1.6
FF2030n 14.70 +.03 +2.7 Frank/Temp Frnk C:
FF2040B n 8.65 +.02 +2.7 IncornCt 2.41 ... -1.2
Fidelity Invest: Frank/Temp Mil A&B:
AggrGrrn17.33 +.03 +5.0 DiscA 26.19 +.04 +0.2
AMgrn 16.13 +.03 +1.3 QualfdAt 20.42 +.02 +0.2
AMgrGrn 14.95 +.03 +2.1 SharesA 24.25 +.04 +0.8
AMgdnn n12.86 ... +0.5 Frank/Temp Temp A:
Balancn 18.17 +.04 +1.7 DvMktAp21.48 -.05 -1.6
BlueChGrn42.31+.10 +3.7 ForgnAp 12.37 ... -0.3
CAMunn12.35 ... -0.9 GIBdAp 10.14 -.01 -2.0
Canada n 40.04 -.08-0.6 GrwthAp 22.45 ... -0.8
CapApn 26.71 +.08 +3.3 IntxEMp 15.43 +.01 -1.2
Cplncrn 8.31 ... 0.0 WordAp 17.42 -.02 +0.2
ChinaRg n17.99 -.16 -3.1 Franklremp Tmp Adv:
CngSn 395.17 +.83 +1.1 GrthAv 22.47 ....-0.8
CTMun rnA.41 ... -0.8 Frank/Temp Tmp B&C:
Contra n 63.65 -.05 +4.1 DevMktC 21.00 -.05 -1.7
Cnvcon 21.82 -.05 +0.5 ForgnCp 12.20 ... -0.4
DestlIn 14.03 +.04 +6.5 GEEIfundS&S:
Destlln 11.94 +.04 +3.0 S&Slnc 11.17 +.01 -1.0
DisEqrn 2720 +.07 +3.7 aS&SPM 45.74 +.11 +2.6
DivLntln 31.27 +.04 +0.1 GMOTrust II:
DivGthn 28.38 +.10 +3.0 EmMkr 20.21 +.03 +0.1
EmrMkn 16.31 -.01 +0.7 For 15.63 +.05 +0.9
Eq Incn 52.92 +.19 +3.3 IntGrEq 27.94 +.07 NE
EQII n 24.00 +.09 +3.1 USCoreEq 14.13 +.05 +3.2
ECapAp 23.43 ... -0.7 GMO'IustIV:
Europe 37.76 +.10 -1.7 ErrMkt 20.17 +.03 +0.1
Exchn 274.90 +.97 +2.7 InSIntrVI 30.39 +.19 +0.5
Exportn 21.31 +.04 +5.6 Gabelli Funds: I
Fideln 30.97 +.05 +4.2 Asset 42.40 +.11 +0.5
Fiftyr n 22.00 +.07 +4.7 Gartmore Fds 0D:
FLMurn 11.48 ... -0.8 Bond 9.52 +.01 -0.8
FrInOne n26.02 +.06 +2.2 GvtBdD 10.14 +.01 -0.8
GNMAn 10.80 +.01 -0.8 GrowthO 6.95 +.02 +3.9
Govtllncn 10.04 +.01 -1.0 NationwD21.09 +.04 +3.3
GroCon 60.85 +.03 +6.3 TxFrr 10.45 -.01 -0.7
Grolncn 36.96 +.06 +27 Gateway Funds:
Grolnclln10.11 +.04 +4.7 Gateway 25.33 +.06 +1A
Highlnc r n 8.76 .. 0.0 Goldman Sachs A:
Indepnn 18.86 +.05 +4.0 GrIncA 25.32 +.02 +2.5
IntBdn 10.23 ... -0.7 MdCVAp 3624 +.02 +1.7
IntGovn 10.00 .01 -0.5 SmCapA 42.88 +.17 +4.2
InlDiscn 31.10 +.09 +0.5 Guardian Funds:
IntlSCprn27.17 +.07 -1.0 GBG InGrA 14.37+.02 +0.3
InvGBn 7.31 ... -1.1 ParkAA 31.19 +.05 +2.9
Japann 15.41 +.08 +7.5 Harbor Funds:
JpnSmn 14.46 +.16 +5.9 Bond 11.54 +.01 -1.5
LatAm n 30.17 +.07 +3.1 CapApnst 31.94 +.09 +6.4
LevCoSlkn24.80-.05 +1.8 Intlr 48.30 +.03 +1.3
LowPr n40.34 +.08 +1.4 Hartford Fds A:
Magelln n106.37 +.19 +3.8 AdvrsA p 15.52 +.01 +1.8
MD Murn10.74 ... -0.8 CpAppAp 37.31 -.02 +3.6
MAMunn11.90 ... -0.9 DivGthAp 19.33 +.01 +2.3
MIMunn 11.80 ... -0.8 SmICoAp 19.05 + 5.1
Midcp n 25,72 +.09 +4.0 Hartford HLS IA:
MNMunn.36 ..-0. Bond 11.61 +01 -1.1
MtgSecn 10.95 +.01 -1.0 CapApp 56.89 -.05+3.7
Muniln n12.83 ... -0.9 Div&Gr 21.22 +.02 +2.3
NJMunrn11 49 -.01 1.1 Advisers 23.79 +.03 +1.9
NwMlndrn14.31 +.02 -0.8 Stock 48.33 +.07 +3.3
NwMill n 33.08 +.05 +2.7 Hartford HLS IB:
NYMunn 12.78 ... -0.9 CapAppp56.55 -.05+3.7
OTCn 36.62 +.16 +5.5 Hennessy Funds:
OhMunnll.70 ... -0.8 CorGrow 19.97 +.14 +2.3
Ovrsean 38.40 +.08 +1.2 CorGroll 3.4 +.25 +5.4
PcBasn 22.96 +.07 +2.0 HoilBalFdn15.28 +.03 +1.8
PAMun r n1.78 ... -0.7 otchk & Wiley:
Purinn 18.51 +.04 +1.8 H t +a Wl 7
RealE'n 30.13 +.18 +1.4 i ,n' '. -2'.7
StIntMun 10.17 .:. -0.3 f.15 n d6
STBFmn 8.84 -0.2 ISItFunds:
SmCapind n21.18+.02 +2.8 NoAmp 7.31 +.01 -1.3
SmrnlCpS r n18.22+.07 +1.5 JPMorgan A Class:
SEAsian 19.25 -13 -2.6 MCpValp23.19 +.04 +1.8
StkSoen 2424 +.10 +4.3 JPMorgan Select:
Stratlncn 10.39 ... -0.8 IntEq n 31.47 +.15 +1.4
Trend n 56.07 +.12 +3.5 JPMorgan Sel Cis:
USBI n 10.79 ... -1.1 CoreBdn 10.54 +.01 -1.0
Utility n 14.45 +.04 -0.8 Janus:
ValStratn3634 +.17 +3.0 Balanced 21.92 +.03 +2.0
Valuen 77.16 .27 +2.6 Contrarian 14.42 +.05 -0.1
Wrldwn 19.41 +.05 +22 CoreEq 22.69 -.02 +3.5
Fidelity Selects: Enterprn 40.47 +.09 +3.7
Airn 38.13 +18 +4.5 FedTEn 6.91+ .. -1 0
Auto nn 32.89 +.25 +3.9 Fxndn 9.37 +.01 -1.2
Banking n38.15 +.31 +5.9 Fund n 24.96 +.06 +2.9
Biotchn 59.73 -23+5.3 GIUlfeScirn19.54+.02 +1.2
Bokrn 68.54 +.25+6.4 GITechrn1.28 +.02 +3.6
Chemn 64.60 +.28 +4.3 Gdnc 34.68 -.08 +2.5
Compbn 34.97 +.18 +3.4 Merury 22.47 +.06 +3.6
ConInd n 25.13 +.14 +6.0 MdCpVal 23.60 +.05 +2.8
CstHon 46.34 +.61 +5.3 Olympus 31.75 +.06 +6.0
DfAern 72.53 +20-1.4 Oron n 8.13 +.04 +4.6
DvCmn 19.64 +.05 +40 Ovrseasr29.42 +.05+3.6
Electrn 41.09 +.30 +2.3 ShTmBd 2.87 ... -0.1
Enrgyn 48.29 -67 +1.7 Twenty 48.62 -.11 +5.6
EngSvn 60.68 -.80 +4.9 Venturn 58.34 +.17 +3.0
Envirn 15.18 -.03 +0.5 WddWr 42.11 +.14 +1.7
Eqldxlnv n43.33 +.09 +3.1 JennlsonDryden A:
FnSvn 114.99 +.72 +5.8 BlendA 17.44 +.02 +42
Foodn 52.41 +.16 +2.0 HiYdAp 5.65 0.0
Goldrn 29.28 -18 -2.3 InsuredA 10.75 ... -1.0
Health n 145.15 +.19 +2.2 U ilityA 14.43 -.02 -0.8
HomFn 56.80 +.26 +5.6 JennlsonDryden B:
IndMtn 41.55 +.16 +3.0 Grow/hB 14.57 +.04 +6.3
Insurn 69.02 +.39 +7.0 HiYIdBt 5.64 .. 0.0
Leisrn 7724 +.69 +5.9 InsuredB 10.77 .. -1.1
MedDIn 52.69 +.25 +0.8 Jensen 23.64 +.06 +2.0
MdEqSys n25.10 +.13 +2.2 John Hancock A:
Muatmd n 47.40 +.22 +6.0 BondAp 14.81 +.01 -1.1
NtGasn 38.32 -.70 +0.7 StrilnAp 6.91 -.01 -1.2
Papern 26.56 +24 +2.8 John Hancock B:
Pham n 9.69 +.03 +0.3 StrlncB 6.91 -.01 -1.3
Retail n 52.54 +.39 +6.3 Julius Baer Funds:
Softwrn 51.68 +.35 +2.6 IntlEqlr 35.51 +,10 -0.3
Tech n 61.94 +.36 +4.9 IntlEqA 34.83 +.10 -0.3
Telcmrn 37.98 -.29 +3.1 Legg Mason: Fd
Transn 45.74 +.48 +6.1 OpporTrt l6.13 +.07 +3.7
UtilGrn 42.79 -.10 -0.3 Splnvp 48.42 +.20 +5.0
Wireless n 6.68 +.01 +2.3 VasTrp 66.08 +.22 +4.5
Fidelity Spartan: Legg Mason InstI:
500]nxlnvrn84.89+.19+3.1 Valrlnst 72.64 +24 +4.5
Govinn 10.82 +.01 -0.9 Longleaf Partners:
InvGr~dn10.42 +.01 -0.9 Partners 32.38 +.01 +3.7
TotMtilnvn34.20+.08 +3.2 Intl 17.14 +.08 +2.9
First Eagle: SmCup 31.86 +.13 +3.5
GIbIA 42.72 +.06 +0.4 Loomis Sayles:
OverseasA24.20+.01 -0:5 LSBondl 13.67 ... -0.4
First Investors A Lord Abbett A:
BIChpAp20.61 +.06 +2.9 AflilAp 14.72 +.05 +2.4
GloblAp 6.90 ... +0.6 BdDebAp 7.78 ... -0.1
GovtAp 10.75 +.01 -0.8 GlIncAp 6.88 ... -2.7
GrolnAp 13.64 +.04 +3.2 MidCpAp23.10 +.07 +2.3
IncoAp 3.00 ... -0.7 MFS Funds A:
InvGrAp 9.58 +.01 -1,2 MITAp 18.09 ... +3.8
MATFAp 11.80 ... -0.9 MIGAp 12.65 +.04 +3.9
MITFAp 12.43 ... -0.8 GtOpAp 8.84 +.02 +32
MSiCpAp27.00 +.05 +3.0 HilnAp 3.80 ... -0.3
NJTFAp 12.80 ... -0.7 MFLAp 10.02 -.01 -0.8
NYTFAp 14.23 -.91 -0.8 TotRAp 15.91 +.03 +1.1
PATFAp 12.99 ... -0.7 ValueAp 23.97 +.07 +3.2
SpSitAp 19.85 +.11 +1.6 MFS Funds B:
TxExAp 9.93 ... -0.9 MIGB 11.56 +.02 +3.8
TotRtAp 13.86 +.03 +1.7 GvScBOt .41 ... -1.3
Value $p 6.60 +.02 +2.8 HilnBt 3.81 ... -0.6
Firsthand Funds: MulnB t 8.54 ... -0.6
GIbTech 3.69 +.02 +1.7 TotRBt 15.90 +.03 +0.9
Tech Val 32.29 -.03 +5.6 MainStay Funds B:
Frank/Temp FrnkA: CapApB128.25 +.09 +4.8
AGEAp 2.06 .. -0.4 ConvBt 13.34 -.03 +1.5
AdjUSp 8.93 ... 0.0 GovtBt 8.13 +,01 -1.3
ALTFAp 11.38 ... -0.7 HYIdBBt 6.21 ... -0.2
AZTFAp 10.93 ... -120 IntJEqB 12.94 +.04 -1.1
Ballnvp 6320 +.34 +4.4 SmCGBp14,49 +.07 +4.2
CallnsAp12.54 -.01 -1.0 TotRaBt 19.23 +.04 +2.9
CAIntAp 11.39 -.01 -1.9 Mairs & Power:
CalTFAp 722 ... -0.9 Growth 70.78 +.40 +3.9
CapGrA 10.89 +.02 +3.3 Managers Funds:


COTFAp11.87 -.01 -0.9 SpdEqn 91.51 +.65 +3.9
CTTFAp 10.99 +.01 -0.5 Marslco Funds:
CvtScAp 16.50 ... +0.6 Focusp 17.72 +.05 +5.4
DbITFA 11.81 ... -0.9 Merrill Lynch A:
DynTchA 25.54 +.09 +5.8 GIAIAp 17.44 +.02 +1.0
EqlncAp 20.61 +.05 +1.9 HealthAp 6.74 +.02 +0.7
Fedlntp 11.28 ... -0.9 NJMunBd 10.45 ... -1.2
FedTFA p 11.96 ... -0.7 Merrill Lynch B:
FLTFAp 11.81 ... -0.7 BalCapBt26.03 +.06 +1.8
FoundAlp 12.53 -.01 -0.4 BaVIBt 29.65 +.05 +2.4
GATFAp 11.96 ... -0.9 BdHiInc 4.96 ... -0.5
GoldPrMA21.07 .. -2.9 CalnsMB 11.47 ... -0.6
GrwhAp 35.26 +.08 +4.0 CrBPBt 11.51 +.01 -1.1
HYTFAp 10.62 ... -1.1 CplTBt 11.68 +.01 -1.1
IncomAp 2.39 -.01 -1.1 EquityDi 15.32 -.01 +0.3
InsTFAp 12.20 ... -0.7 EuroBt 15.20 +.03 -0.4
NYITFp 10.82 ... -0.8 FocValt 12.27 +.05 +3.2
LATFAp 11.37 ... -0.9 FndlGBt 16.85 -.02 +5.6
LMGvScA 9.89 ... -0.5 FLMB t 10.26 +.01 -1.1
MDTFAp11.64 ... -0.7 GIAIBt 17.08 +.02 +0.9
MATFAp11.79 ... -0.8 HealthBt 5.04 +.02 +0.8
MITFAp 12.17 ... -0.5 LatABt 33.44 +.11 +3.9
MNInsA 11.97 ... -0.8 MnInBt 7.77 ... -1.0
MOTFAp 12.13 ... -0.9 ShTUSGt 9.09 +.01 -0.2
NJTFAp 12.02 ... -0.7 MuShIT 9.93 ... -0.1
NYlnsAp 11.47 ... -0.8 MulntBt 10.32 -.01 -0.9
NYTFAp 11.74 ... -0.6 MNtlBt 10.41 ... -0.7
NCTFAp 12.17 ... -0.7 NJMBt 10.44 ... -1.3
OhlolAp 12.41 ... -0.8 NYMB/t 10.89 ... -1.0
ORTFAp 11.73 ... -0.8 NatRsTB t44.97 -.83 -0.4
PATFAp 10.32 ... -0.8 PacBt 21.48 +.05 +4.0


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ggesl mutual funds listed or Nasdaq Taoles
sell price or Net Asset Value INAVI and ailly
one total return figure as follows'


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n l%
total return (I'1
tal relurrn (lo.


il tund and Family

ice or NAV
change in NAV lot the time period snown. witn
f period longer than 1 year, return i cumula-

reporled to Lippert by 6 pm Eastern
tal gains distribution I Previous day's quote
und assets used to pay distibution costs r -
ntingent deterred sales load may apply 6 -
I Boin p and r x Ex-cash dividend NA
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S Fund did nol exist at start date Source:
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PAMBt 11.17 ... -0.9
ValueOppt 124.78+.07 +3.4
USGovt 9.99 +.01 -1.2
Utmcmt 11.70 -2.9
WIdlnBt 5.95 +.01 -3.1
Merrill Lynch C:
GIAICt 16.59 +.01 +0.9
Merrill Lynch I:
BalCapl 26.87 +.07 +1.9
BaVI 30.40 +.05 +2.5
BdHiln c 4.96 ... -0.4
CalnsMB 11.47 ... -0.6
CrBPtII 11.51 +.01 -1.0
CpITI 11.68 +.01 -1.0
DvCapp 20.10 -.07 -0.4
EquityDv 15.28 -.01 +0.4
Eurolt 17.79 +.04 -0.3
FocVall 13.49 +.05 +3.2
FLMI 10.26 +.01 -1.0
GIAl/ 17.50 +.02 +1.0
Heallhl 7.32 +.02 +0.7
LatAI 35.26 +.12 +4.0
MnlnI 7.78 ... -0.9
MnShtT 9.93 ... 0.0
MuMTI 10.32 -.01 -0.9
MNatll 10.42 +.01 -0.7
NatRsTrt 47.72 -.87 -0.3
Pad 23.55 +.05 +4.0
ValueOpp 27.56 +.09 +3.5
USGovt 9.99 +.01 -1.2
UiTIcmilt 11.72 -.01 -2.8
WIdlncl 5.95 +.01 -3.0
Midas Funds:
Midas Fd 2.39 -.02 -3.6
Monetta Funds:
Monetta n11.65 +.02 +3.6
Morgan Stanley A:
DivGthA 35.74 +.02 +3.4
Morgan Stanley B:
GIbDivB 14.30 +.05 +0.5
GrwthB 13.49 +.07 +8.3
StratB 18.43, +.02 +2.2
MorganStanley Inst:
GIValEqAn18.09+.07 +0.5
IntlEq n 21.55 +.09 -0.6.
Muhlenk 82.75 +.42 +3.0
Munder Funds A:
IntemtA 19.89 +.17 +8.3
Mutual Series:
BeacnZ 16.66 +.06 +0.1
DiscZ 26.46 +.03 +0.2
QualfdZ 20.56 +.02 +0.2
SharesZ 24.44 +.04 +0.9
Neuberger&Berm Inv:
Focus 3620 +.14 +0.6
Intl r 20.95 -.04 -1.2
Partner 28.65 +.03 +4.7
Neubergereger&Berm Tr:
Genes's 48.50 -.14 +2.6
Nicholas Applegate:
EngGrolnl.11 +.04 +4.0
Nicholas Group:
Hilncn 211 ... 0.0
NichG n 61.22 +.04 +1.7
Northern Funds:
SmCpdx nl0.49 +.04 +3.7
Technlyn11.45 +.03 +3.7
Nuveen Cl R:
InMun R 10.79 ... -1.0
Oak Assoc Fds:
WhitOkSG n32.06+.15 +2.5
Oakmark Funds I:
Eqtync rn24.94 -.12 +0.5
GlobalS n 23.63 +.07 +0.2
Intl rn 23.24 +.10 -0.5
Oakmnark rn40.83+.27 +3.1
Select rn 33.58 +.09 +2.8
Oppenheimer A: u
AMTFMu 9.96 2 ,.. -1.1
AMTFrNY 12.67 ..;. -1.2
CAMuniAp11.30 ... -1.1
CapApAp 42.24 +.05 +4.5
CaplncAp 12.35 +:01 +0.4
ChlncAp 9.28 +.01 -0.2
DvMktAp 33.68 +.05 -0.2
Discp 42.58 +.22 +2.4
EquityA 11.50 ... +3.1
GlobAp 65.53 +.12 +1.4
GIbOppA 35.18 +.23 +2.8
Goldtp 20.50 -.05 -1.5
HiYdAp 9.29 +.01 -0.2
IntBdA p 5.87 +.01 -1.4
ULtdTmMu 15.68 ... -0.7
MnStFdA 36.62 +.08 +3.4
MIdCapA 18.19 +.09 +6.3
PAMuniAp 12.58 ... -1.2
StrnAdp 4.24 ... -1.3
USGvp 9.46 +.01 -1.1
Oppenheimer B:
AMTFMu 9.92 ... -1.2
AMTFrNY 12.68 +.01 -1.3
CpincBt 12.22 +.01 +0.4
ChlncBt. 926 .. -0.4
EquityB 11.06 ... +3.1
HiYIdBt 9.14 ... -0.3
StrIlncBt 4.26.+.01 -1.1
Oppenheim Quest:
QBalA 18.12 +.04 +2.1
Oppenheimer Roch:
RoMuAp18.02 +.01 -0.6
PBHG Funds:
SelGrwth n22.78 +.02 +7.1
PIMCO Admin PIMS:
TotRtAd 10.45 +.01 -1.5
PIMCO Instl PIMS:
AIIAsset 12.87 +.04 -1.1
ComodRR 16.32 +.13 -4.2
HiYld 9.67 .. -0.1
LowDu 9.99 ... -0.5
RealRtnI 11.21 +.04 -0.7
TotRt .10.45 +.01 -1.5
PIMCO Funds A:
ComRRp 16.23 +.13 -4.2
ReaRtAp11.21 +.04 -0.7
TotRtA 10.45 +.01 -1.5
PIMCO Funds C:
TotRtCt 10.45 +.01 -1.6
PIMCO Funds D:
TRtn p 10.45 +.01 -1.5
PhoenlxFunds A:
BalanA 14.65 +.03 +0.8
CapGrA 15.14 +.07 +3.7
IntIA 10.88 +.03 +0.1
Pioneer Funds A:
BalanAp 9.79 +.03 +0.8
BondAp 9.07 +.01 -1.3
EqlncAp 29.43 +.01 +2.9
EurSelEqA 30.86+.10 -1.9
GrwIhAp 12.44 +.04 +1.9
HiYIdAp 11.20 -.01 -0.5
IntlValA 19.01 +.06 +1.4
MdCpGrA 15.05 01 0.0
MdCVAp23.11 -.01 +0.4
PionFdAp43.31 +.15 +32
TxFreAp 11.51 ... -0.9
ValueAp 17.23 ... +1.9
Pioneer Funds B:
HiYLdBt 11.25 ... -0.6
MdCpVB 20.34 -01 +0.4
Pioneer Funds C:
HiY/dCt 11.35 ... -0.6
Price Funds:
Balance n 19.71 +.05 +0.9
BIChip n 31.91 +.09 +4.5
CABond n10.89 ... -0.8
CapAppn20.33 +.02 +2.2
DivGrom n 22.99 +.07 +2.5
Eqlncn 26.58 +.08 +2.7
Eqlndexn32.91 +.07 +3.1
Europen 20.75 -.01 -0.7
FLIntmn 10.71 ... -0.7
GNMA n 9.39 +.02 -0.7
Growth n 27.71 +.08 +4.3
Gr&ln/n 21.97 +.07 +3.1
H/thOd n 25.03 +.07 +3.4
HiY/eldn 6.89 ... -0.2
ForEq n 16.88 +.05 +1.9
IntlBond n 9.30 ... -3.2
InlDis n 37.78 +.07 -1.2
IntlStkn 14.12 +.05 +1.9
Japan n 10.49 +.12 +7.3
LatAmrn 23.96 +.14 +4.4
MDShrtn 5.12 ... -0.2
MDBondn0.59 ... -0.6
MidCap n 54.57 +.05 +3.1
MCapVal n23.76 +.06 +2.9
NAmern 33.60 +.17 +4.2
NAsian 11.52 -.04 -3.2
New Era n41.09 -.31 +2.4
NHorizn 31.78 +.13 +4.2
NIncn 8.89 +.01 -1.0
NYBOnd nl1.22 ... -0.8
PSIncn 15.02 +.02 +1.1
ReaSEsoin 18.60 +.10 +2.1
Saiaecn 19.29 +.09 +3.4
Sh/Bdn 4.67 ... -0.2
SmCpStkn33.61 -..12 +4.2
SmCepVal n38.59+.18 +4.0
SpecGrn 17.84 +.05 +3.2
Spec/nn 11.71 +.02 -0.3
TFInc n 9.89 ... -0.8
TxFrHn 11.84 ... -0.4
TFInmrnn 11.03 ... -0.7
TxFrSI n 5.32 ... -0.3
USTIntn 5.27 ... -1.2
USTLgn 11.61 +.03 -2.6
VABondnt1.53 ... -0.9
Value n 23.60 +.06 +3.1


Putnam Funds A:
AmGvAp 8.84 +.01 -1.0
AZTE 9.20 ... -0.6
CIscEqAp 12.96+.03 +2.2
Convp 17.23 +.01 +1.1
DiscGr 17.84 +.04 +4.1
DvrinA p 10.07 +.01 -0.6
EuEq 22.08 +.04 -0.9
FLTxA 9.19 ... -0.6
GeoAp 18.10 +.03 +60.9
GIGvAp 12.03 ...-2.2
GIbEqty p 8.84 ... +0.9
GrInAp 19.67 +.05 +2.9
HllhAp 65.38 +.06 +1.8
HiYdA p 7.91 +.01 0.0
HYAdAp 5.96 +.01 -0.1
IncmAp 6.70 +.01 -1.3
IntlEqp 25.35 .. 0.0
IntGrlnp 12.83 +.01 +0.5
InvAp 13.23 +.03 +4.7
MITxp 8.94 ... -0.7
MNTxp 8.95 +.01 -0.5
NJTxAp 9.16 ... -0.6
NwOpAp 44.17 +.09 +4.5
OTCAp 7.64 +.02 +4.4
PATE 9.03 ... -0.6
TxExAp 8.73 ... -0.7
TFInAp 14.83 +.. -0.8
TFHYA 12.87 +.01 -0.4
USGvAp 13.02 +.01 -0.7
UtilAp 10.86 -.03 -2.2
VstaAp 10.20 +.01 +3.4
VoyAp 17.19 +.05 +4.9
Putnam Funds B:
CapAprt 18.39 +.04 +4.4
ClscEqB t 12.85 +.03 +2.1
DiscGr 16.45 +.04 +4.0
DvrlnBt 9.99 +.01 -0.6
Eqlnct 17.57 +.02 +2.80
EuEq 21.22 +.03 -1.0
FLTxBt 9.18 -.01 -0.8
GeoBt 17.91 +.03 +0.8
GIIncBt 11.99 ... -2.3
GIbEqt 8.04 +.01 +0.9
GINtRst 28.63 -.44 -0.3
GrinB1t 19.38 +.05 +2.8
HithBt 59.43 +.05 +1.7
HiYIdBt 7.87 +.01 -0.1
HYAdBt 5.88 +.01 -0.2
IncmBt 6.66 +.01 -1.2
IntGrInt 12.55 +.01 +0.5
In/tNopt 12.10 ... -0.8
InvBt 12.10 +.03 +4.6
NJTxBt 9.15 ... -0.8
NwOpBt 39.66 +.09 +4.5
NwValp 18.10 +.06 +3.0
NYTxBt 8.66 -.01 -0.9
OTC B t 6.75 +.02 +4.3
TxExBt 8.73 ... -0.8
TFHYBt 12.89 +.01 -0.4
TFInBt 14.85 ... -0.9
USGvBt 12.95 +.01 -0.8
ULilBt 10.80 -.02 -2.2
VistaBt 8.89 ... +3.3
VoyBt 14.95 +.04 +4.8
RiverSource/AXP A:
Discover 9.23 +.05 +4.1
DEI 11.96 +.02 +3.0
DivrBd 4.76 ... -1.0
DvOppA 7.35 ... +2.1
GIblEq 6.35 +.01 +2.8
Growth 28.13 +.04 +2.0
HiYdTEA 4.37 ... -0.9
Insr 5.34 -1.1
Mass 5.29 ... -0.9
Mich 5.23 ... -0.7
Minn 5.22 ... -0.7
NwDni,, 23.73 +.03 +2.3
NY 5.05 ... -0.7
Ohio 5.20 ... -0.9
SDGovt 4.72 ... -0.4
RiverSource/AXP B:
EqVal p 10.87. +.01 +4.2
Royce Funds:
LwPrStkr 15.84 +.03 +2.9
MicroCapl 1.68 +.01 +0.4
Premier r 16.65 +.03 +3.3
TotRetl r 12.89 +.06 +3.0
Russell Funds S:
DivEqS 45.32 +.08 +3.7
QuantEqS38.92 +.10 +3.3
Rydex Advisor:
OTC 10.53 +.01 +5.0
SEI Portfolios:
CoreFxAn10.27 ... -1.1
IntlEqAn 11.90 +.02 +0.5
LgCGroAn19.59 +.04 +417
LgCValA n20.74 +.04 +2.7
ST1 Classic:
CpAppAp 11.74 +.04 +4.5
CpAppCp 11.07+.04 +4.4
LCpVIEqA 12.55 +.04 +2.9
OuGrStkCt23.33+.06 +3.0
TxSnGrIp 24.95 +.07 +3.1
Salomon Brothers:
BalancBp 12.77 +.02 +12
Opport 50.65 +.07 +2.2
Schwab Funds:
1000nvr n35.84 +.09 +3.3
S&PInvn19.05 +.05 +3.1
S&PSeBoln19.13 +.04 +3.1
SmCplnvan22.76 +.10 +3.4
YIdPSlSI 9.66 ... +0.2
Scudder Funds A:
DrHiRA 44.08 -.04 +2.8
F/gComA p18.56-.01 +0.9
USGovA 8.39 +.01 -0.8
Scudder Funds S:
EmMk/n 11.30 +.03 -0.8
EmMkGrr21.06 -.06 -0.4
GIbBdS r 9.92 +.01 -2.1
GIbDis 37.89 +.08 +0.1
GlobalS 30.69 +.05 +1.0
Gold&Prc 17.29 ... -3.2
GrEuGr 28.75, +.10 -2.0
GrolncS 22.52 +.02 +3.4
HiYIdTx 12.76 .. -0.3
Incomes 12.64 +.01 -1.1
IntTxAMT11.14 ... -0.7
Intl FdS 48.59 +.13 +0.5
LgCoGro 25.02 +.02 +4.0
LatAmr 46.32 +.08 +4.7
MgdMuni S9.04 ... -0.6
MATFS 14.29 ... -0.7
PacOpps r 14.52 -.05 -2.0
ShtTmBdS 9.96 ... -0.2
SmCoVIS 27.27+.12 +4.2
Selected Funds:
AmShSp 39.33 +.07 +3.9
Seligman Group:
FronlrAt 12.70 +.05 +4.0
FrontrDt 11.17' +.03 +3.9
GIbSmA 16.96 +.05 +1.9
GIbTchA 12.99 +.06 +1.5
HYdBA p 3.31 ... -0.7
Sentinel Group:
ComS A p 30.45 +.07 +3.1
Sequoia n161.87 +2.00 +7.7
Sit Funds:
LrgCpGr 36.41 ... +4.2
Smith Barney A:
AgGrAp 103.74 -.41 +3.4
ApprAp 14.93 +.05 +3.2
FdVa/Ap 15.33 +.02 +2.3
HilncA t 6.70 -.01 -0.6
lnAICGAp14.49 -.02 +1.0
LgCpGAp22.67 +.08 +4.1
Smith Barney B&P:
FValBt 14.38 +.03 +2.3
LgCpGBt121.34 +.08 +4.1
SBCplnct 16.65 ... -0.1
Smith Barney 1:
DvStrl 17.06 +.05 +2.4
Grmn/ 15.45 +.03 +2.3
St FarmAssoc:
Gw/h 48.96 +.09 +1.4
Stratton Funds:
Diidend 35.22 +.23 +3.0
Growth 43.78 +.15 +2.8
Smcwp 42.75 +.14 +1.6
SunAmerica Funds:
USGvBt 9.22 +.02 -1.4
SunAmerica Focus:
FlgCpAp18.40 +.08 +5.3
TCW Galileo Fds:
SeIEqty 20.15 +.03 +7.5
TD Wsterhouae Fds:
Dow30 ... ... 0.0
TIAA-CREF Funds:
BdPlus 10.02 +.01 -1.2
Eqlndex 8.88 +.02 +3.1
Grolnc 12.61 +.02 +3.6
GroEq 9.54 +.01 +5.1
HiYldBd 9.06 +.01 -0.3
IntlEq 11.48 +.05 0.0
MgdA/c 11.24 +.02 +1.4
ShITrBd 10.31 ... -0.4
BOcChEq 9.57 +.02 +3.8
TxExBd 10.65 ... -1.1
Tamarack Funds:
En/SmCp 32.74 +21 +3.0
Value 45.36 +.17 +2.0
Templeton Instil:
EmMSp 17.52 -.04 -1.7
ForEqS 21.34 +.03 -1.2
Third Avenue Fds:
Int ir 20.54 +.03 -0.8
RIEs/VIr 29.64 +.15 +1.8


TotBndn 9.94 +.01 -1.3
Totllntln 13.67 +.04 +0.7
TotStkn 29.40 +.07 +3.2
Value n 21.79 +.03 +2.5
Vanguard Instil Fds:
Instldxn111.90 +.25 +3.1
InsPIn 111.90 +.25 +3.1
TBIstn 9.94 +.01 -12
TSInstn 29.41 +.07 +32
Vantagepoint Fds:
Growth 8.51 +.02 +4.2
Victory Funds:
DvsStA 17.05 +.06 +3.1
Waddell & Reed Adv:
CorelnvA 5.96 ... +22
Watatch:
SmCpGr 40.51 +.24 +2.1
Weltz Funds:
Value 35.60 -.01 +2.0
Wells Fargo Adv:
Opptylnv 48.66 +.16 +3.4
Western Asset:
CorePlus 10.33 ... -1.7
Core 11.13 +01 -1.5
William Blair N:
GrowthN 11.37 +.02 +4.3
IntlGthN 24.92 +.03 +1.4
Yacktman Funds:
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JanGow p 25.30 A1 +5.4
GCGlob p 24.93 +.03 +2.0



SmlCpGr n24.63 +.15 44.7
GlobVal 2.92 +.11 -0.4

AllAm n 26.09 -.02 +3,4
G1bRsT ... NA
GIdShr 8.87 -.05 -3.9
USChina 7.16 -.05 -1.6
WJdPrcMn 17.40 -.16 -5.2
USAA Group:
CA Bd 11.07 ... -0.8
CmstStr 27.32 +.03 +0.4
GNMA 9.51 +.01 -0.7
GrTxStr 15.07 +.01+1.9

Gr&lnc 19.09 +.03 +2.6
incStk l 6.94 +.03 +2.7
Inco 12.11 +.01 -1.0
Intl 23.39 +.03 +0.1



ShtTBnd 8.84 ... -0.1
SmCptk 24.40 +.01 +2.9
TxhEt 13.06 ... -0.8
TxELT 13.94 ... -0.9
TxESh 10.62 ... 0.0
VA Bd 11.51 +.01 -0.7
WdGr 18.55 +.05 +0.8
Value Line Fd:
LevGtn 27.46 -.12 +4.7
Van Kamp Funds A:
CATFAp 18.53 +.01 -0.9






CmstAp 18.40 +.08 +2.9
CpBdAp 6.54 ... -1.2
EGA p 40.50 +.03 +4.2








GrlnA p 21.43 +.06 +2.2

HYdA 3.50 ... -09
hnTFAp 18.64 ... -0.8
MunlAp 14.51 ... -0.8
PATFAp 17.22 ... -0.7
ulStrM nc 13. ... -0.
US MtgeA 13.56 +.01 -0.9
UtIA p 18.45. -.08 -2.4
Cm/tBt 18.39 +.08 +2.8
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StrMunlnc 13.05 -.01 -0.8
US Mtge 13.51 +. -0.9
UtiBp 18.40 -.08 -2.5
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GNMAAd n10.19+.02 -0.7
lthCrn 15.6 +.14 +0.8
HildCpn 6.13. ... -0.3








HTsydAdmn10.68 ... -0.7

tdTrAd 510.71+.01 -0.1

PrmCap rn67.85 +.14 +4.2
STsyAdp 1n0.30 +.01 -0.2
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ETStkAdm n29.41.0 +.0 +4.2











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EqlncAdm n53.26 +.01 +1.1
Exndsorn 61.25 +.18 +0.
WdGsrlAd n56.66 +.06 +1.8
UCALTS 11.580 ... -0.9











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Energ n 55.04 -.84 +0.3

Eqlnc n 23.58 +.08 +2.8
FTxpirn 78.612+.24 +3.5












FLLT n 11.56 ... -0.9
GNMAdn 10.19 +.02 -0.7
Gmlncn 31.35 +.11 +3.7
GrdhEqn 810.13 .1 +6
HYCorpn 6.13 -.01 -0.3
H thCre 138.69 +.33 +0.8
nfaProtn 12.31 +.0.. -0.5
IntlEplrn18.11 +.08 -1.4
ElnGrn 20.34 +.06 +1.1

MuGraden 19.68 ... -0.
Tsrydn 10.86 ... -0.1
eCOpAd n7 1.32 +.02 +1.0
STeGro n 2Ad 10.63+.0 0.3
Tofelncn 13.41 +.02 +0.3
Wellsdyn 61.13 +.01 -0.1
Wel/Adm n130.83 .07 +1.0























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5A0Iin 112.8 .23 +3.1
ALtTrdn 11.5 ... -03.7
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MTundln 10.2 +.02 -0.5










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qTlntn 23.58 ... +0.8
uLrnil 11.56 ... -0.2
MuAln910.19 +.01 -0.1



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NTLT n 11.28 ... -1.3

PCaprn15.323 +.09 +1.0
StreEql n 20.63 +.05 +2.8
LiSron 17.41 +.04 +53.

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Mdorgn 17.16 +.05 +2.3
MuHYsen 10.89 +.03 +0.8
50l0n 112.31 +.25 -3.1
EMint n 12.21 -.00 -10.
ITund n 10.70 +.01 -1.2
LgCuopg 21.13 +.01 +0.8
Muidhpn 12053 +.01 +2.1
NJLccn 11.51 +.06 +-.5
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Ronnie
Wilson, 57
BEVERLY HILLS

Ronnie R. Wilson, 57, of
Beverly Hills, died Saturday,
Nov. 5, 2005, at home under the
care of his wife, Connie.
Born April 11, 1948, to Sim H.
Wilson and Luci Holtzclaugh
Wilson in
Branford, he
was a native
Floridian. He
moved to Bev-
erly Hills from
Lecanto 10
years ago.
Mr. Wilson
was a glazier Ronnie R.
and former Wilson
owner of Wil-
son Glass of
Lecanto for 23
years.
He served in
the U.S. Ma-
rine Corps during the Vietnam
War.
He was past president of the
Homosassa Lions Club, a mem-
ber and sponsor of Wilson
Glass Bowling League for 25
years, loved bowling and was
an avid golfer
He was a member of Bible
Baptist Church.
He was preceded in death by
his father, Sim Wilson.
Survivors include his wife,
Connie Horn Wilson of Beverly
Hills; son, Sean Schultz and
wife, Christine, of Chicago, Ill.;
mother, Luci Hein of Homo-
sassa; stepdaughters, Angela
Porter and husband, Lin, of St
Petersburg and Mary Ann
Harrell and husband, Paul, of
Orlando; three grandchildren;
two sisters, Rucell NeSmith of
Homosassa and Janelle Cook
of Pompano Beach; and nu-
merous nieces and nephews.
Wilder Funeral Home,
Homosassa Springs.


Funeral NOTICES


Robert Jay Billingham. A cel-
ebration of Bob's life will be at
3 p.m. Sunday, Nov 20, 2005, at
the Whiskey Creek Country
Club, 1449 Whiskey Creek
Drive, Fort Myers. Friends who
wish may send memorials to
Hospice of Citrus County, PO.
Box 641270, Beverly Hills, FL
34464 or any animal charity of
their choice.
Roland Talbot Williamson. A
celebration of life service for
Roland T. Williamson will be at
2 p.m. Saturday, Nov 12, 2005,
at the Magnolias of Easley in
Easley, S.C. Robinson Funeral
Home-Downtown, Easley, S.C.,
is assisting the family with
arrangements.
Ronnie R. Wilson. A funeral


service of remembrance for
Ronnie R. Wilson, Beverly
Hills, will be conducted at 11
a.m. Wednesday, Nov 9,2005, at
the Wilder Funeral Home,
Homosassa Springs, with the
Rev Tom Reeves, Bible Baptist
Church, officiating. Friends


may call from 6 to 8 p.m.
Tuesday, Nov. 8, and from 10
a.m. on Wednesday until the
time of service. Interment will
follow in Fountains "Memorial
Park, Homosassa Springs.
Wilder Funeral Home is assist-
ing family with arrangements.


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continue the conversation."
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HEALTH HAZARD


Sewer problem



won't vanish



if ignored


Citrus County can't give up
on providing sewer servic-
es to the residents of
Chassahowitzka.
Even though, the cost is high
and the barriers are many, the
county can't permit the contin-
ued pollution ,of the Chassa-
howitzka River to take place.
There was an emotional meet-
ing last Thursdayfevening where
Chassahowitzka residents re-
sponded to the"idea of paying
$10,000 assessments per lot to
bring the sewer service into
their small community. As you
might imagine, residents weren't
happy with th'e idea of paying
the highest assess-
ment ever levied in
Citrus County for THE I:
utility services. Sewer as
But somehow our
county commission-
ers have got to OUR O
develop a plan that Coordina
reduces this huge needed
assessment against project
homeowners. The
homeowners have


to pay for the service, but this
rate is just too high.
There is a greater public need
here than just making sure the
residents have a working sewer-
age system. Right now many of
the old and inefficient septic
tanks used along the river are
dumping pollution directly into
the waterway. Unsafe conditions
are being created for residents.
and area wildlife.
When some residents looked
at the likelihood of a $10,000
assessment, they concluded the
pollution isn't that bad. But it is.
And if it's not corrected at the
source, things will only get
worse.
Our state legislative delega-
tion has done a good job of
securing some state money to
help with the project, but


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RV park impact Q OUND


I'm calling about today's V4
editorial, Monday (Oct.
31), about the building of
an RV park on Eden Drive.
No. 1, Lake Spivey is con-
nected to Lake Davis,
which is a sick lake. It's a
narrow two-lane residential CALL
road going through there 563
through some pine trees. 5630
We've had numerous
wrecks. It's a quiet resi-
dential neighborhood and why
would you want big RVs going up
and down the road on such a nar-
row road, which is dangerous even
for automobiles and cars at night.
We've had numerous accidents
down here, And.to put in an RV park
on Lake Spivey when you've got sick
Lake Davis right next door to it? I do
not see the rationality of this. Are
you going to widen the road for
these RV people? Are our taxes
going to be impacted? Are all these
people going to come on Lake
Spivey? They can't get into Lake
Davis because it's unnavigable. So
you can't even fix Lake Davis, but


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because construction costs have
risen so astronomically, the high
per-lot assessment is still need-
ed to make up the difference.
Gov. Bush will not permit addi-
tional grant dollars to be allocat-
ed to Chassahowitzka unless
county government comes up
with more local matching dol-
lars. The majority of our county
commissioners won't allocate
general revenue funds for the
match because they believe this
is a project that will only benefit
a small group of landowners.
There needs to be some give
on both sides of this issue. Our
county commission must come
up with a way to
provide some, addi-
MSUE: tional good-faith
essment. matching funds for
the governor.. And
PINION: the governor must
recognize that-
ted effort Chassahowitzka has
:o make some special cir-
ealistic. cumstances work-
ing against it.
The community is
not your typical high-income
Florida waterfront community.
There are lots of modest homes
and people on fixed incomes.
The rock content of the land
makes it difficult to put in a
sewer system, and the high cost
of construction (there was only
one bidder) makes the project
very expensive. More state and
federal funding is needed to
make this project a reality.
The bottom line is the river is
being polluted and a health haz-
ard is being created.
The residents will have to pay
their share, but the local, state
and federal government all need
to do more to make this project
affordable.
More work on finding the right
funding formula needs to be
done.


you want to put an RV
park with big motor homes
and stuff in a small resi-
dential neighborhood on a
very narrow road. You
need to look at the big pic-
ture on this.
Cooter confusion


I'm very disappointed on
57 the Cooter Festival direc-
0579 tions. I come down from
Detroit, Mich., down here
for a short while. I tried two differ-
ent times to find out where the festi-
val was at. The only thing I saw was
a sign on (State Road) 44 for the
Cooter Festival, but there was no
directions from there how to get to
the camp or wherever the party was
at. I'm very disappointed in it.
Lost in time
I wish the state of Florida would
set one time. I don't care which
time, but every time they change
time, it takes my body at least a
week or so to get acclimated to the
new times. So I just wish we'd set
one time and keep it there.


Bad judgment on part of president


C TRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE
EDITORIAL BOARD
Gerry Mulligan .............................publisher
Charlie Brennan .............................. editor
Neale Brennan ...... promotions/community affairs
Kathle Stewart .................circulation director
Mike Arnold ...........................managing editor .
Andy Marks ..........................sports editor
John Murphy ............. classifieds/online leader
Founded in 1891 Jim Hunter ..............................senior reporter
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


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(defined as liberals with
guns) to kidnap his adminis-
tration's Middle East policy
Most of all, it was bad judg-
ment to take the nation to
war based on what every-
body now knows was 100
percent false information.
The question that now needs
to be asked is: Was that false
information known to be
Reese false or at least dubious at
IER the time? I believe it was
DES known. I believe the Bush
administration deliberately
misled both the American
people and Congress.
I could go on. Almost everything that
has gone wrong in the Bush adminis-
tration is a result of his own bad judg-
ment, from broken borders and
appointing loyal but incompetent peo-
ple, to prematurely claiming victory in
Iraq, to his wacko Social Security
scheme, to the mushrooming federal
deficits and federal trade deficits, to
actually encouraging the offshoring of
American jobs.
Sometimes, the president appears to
be a puppet operated by Cheney and
Karl Rove. It is revealing of the depth of
cynicism that infects the national press
that they praise Rove as a genius. He is
not a genius. He is an unscrupulous
manipulator of public opinion, whose
modus operandi is to use third parties
to smear the opposition and to raise
false issues in the campaigns. Without a
lap-dog press, he would not be so suc-
cessful.


The bad news is that the president
has three more years of his term to
serve. I've often said that we Americans
get the kind of government we deserve,
but the real question is: Can we survive
the kind of government we deserve? It
turns out that the judgment of a narrow
majority of the voters is as bad as that of
the president I include myself, as I
foolishly voted for Bush in the first elec-
tion, though certainly not in the second.
There are some signs that. the
Democrats are at last stirring from
their apathy. They are using the closed
Senate session to force the
Republicans to undertake an investiga-
tion into intelligence that they had
promised but delayed for 21 months is a
good sign. They need to scuttle some of
their old ideologues like Ted Kennedy
and John Kerry, who seem to think the
mainstream of upper-class Boston is
the mainstream of America. Surely
there must be some Democrats who are
not leftist ideologues and neototalitari-
ans, not to mention pompous windbags.
The fate of nations and empires
always hinges on the judgment of their
leaders. As animals, the human race
ranks as the smartest and the cleverest,
but it is certainly not infallible. I
believe it was Thomas Jefferson who
observed that humans had better pray
that God is more merciful than just
In the waning year of our Lord 2005,
that's not a bad suggestion.

Write to Charley Reese at P.O. Box
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LETTERS to


Improve U.S. 19
Instead of whining and complaining
and being so self-serving about the
Suncoast Parkway not being built, I
think you should do the following:
Get out from behind your desk and
go with your wonderful photogra-
phers and take pictures of the beauti-
ful ecological jewel you wish to
destroy. Look at the hawks, red cock-
aded woodpeckers, gopher tortoises
and gorgeous native plants in the
Sugarmill section of the forest
Is it really worth $600 million of our
taxpayer money for 29 miles of park-
way?
Now that you are relaxed and can
think straight, let's go shopping. We
are leaving the forest and going down
U.S. 19. We are traveling north from
Homasassa to Crystal River and shop-
ping at the grocery stores and then on
to Crystal River Mall.
Right away, you will realize U.S. 19
is our main street This is our down-
town. The traffic you see is local traf-
fic. The only relief a parkway would
bring to this traffic is about 4 percent
Now you can see that it is not worth it
Get involved in the improvements that
will happen to U.S. 19 and forget about
a parkway that goes to Red Level.
Teddi Bierly
Homosassa

Response to letter
I am compelled by William Dixon's
(Oct. 4) letter to respond. What he
said is in quotation marks. My com-
ment follows.
"What is it about this man that
screams 'stupid'?"
The list is endless. Michael Brown's
appointment comes to mind. Turning
the EPA over to the polluters wasn't
too smart. The list goes on.


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"Bush was a successful business-
man."
Headed up two oil companies in
Texas. Both went bankrupt Did it on
borrowed money. Never paid it back
This was his only business experi-
ence.
"He won two presidential elec-
tions."
If he had lost Cuyahoga County, he
would have lost the election.
Cuyahoga County counted 92,000
more votes than there were people
who were eligible to vote. One
precinct with 800 eligible gave Bush
4,600 votes. Machines had votes
recorded before the polls opened.
Anyone who thinks this election was
not stolen simply has not been paying
attention.
'Aborted a recession."
We don't know that. Recessions run
their course regardless of what gov-


the Editor


ernment does.
"... created more than two million
jobs."
Which is half the number that is
needed for the four million people
finishing school each year.
"This president believes in good '
and evil. He acts on those beliefs
when setting policy."
" Yes, but which does he choose? Was
lying to Congress about the cost of the'
Medicare drug bill good or evil? WasA'
firing those who told the truth about
it good or evil? Was quoting a British
intelligence report to justify the inva-
sion of Iraq when he knew that the
report was bogus good or evil?
Placing political cronies in high
offices, and knowing that they have no
competence to do the job, good or
evil? Putting executives from the
greatest polluters on this plarnet in
charge of the Environmental
Protection Agency, good or evil? The
entire list of evils which this man has
committed would fill a book
The Bush administration will be
remembered for two qualities: incom-
petence and corruption. Oh yes -
and hypocrisy
William E. Collins
Inverness

Proud of Sox
As a White Sox fan for more than 60
years, I would like to congratulate
them for winning the World Series. As
a longtime Chicagoan, I am even
prouder of the fact that at the victory;
parade aired on WGN-TV on Oct 28
that was attended by an estimated
1.75 million people, there were no
reports of any trouble. Way to go,
Chicago.
Arthur Mc Glade
Lecanto


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I was amused by the
chattering class's -e
attempt to analyze the
"bad week" the president .
had. All the chatter tended
toward the superstitious
view that fate had dealt the
president a series of blows
for which, of course, he was
not responsible.
However, as Shake-
speare's Cassius says to Charle;
Brutus, "The fault lies not in OTH
our stars but in ourselves." VOI
In short, the president has
and has had only one prob-
lem: his own bad judgment Unfor-
tunately, bad judgment is virtually in-
curable. Judgment is the personal as-
sessment of the facts, of situations and
of courses of action those situations re-
quire. In poker terms, it's knowing
when to hold and when to fold. In per-
sonnel terms, it's knowing whom to
trust and whom to choose for a particu-
lar job.
It was bad judgment to allow Dick
-Cheney to accumulate and assert so
much power Cheney is the only vice
president in American history who cre-
ated his own national-security staff. It
was bad judgment to rely on Secretary
of Defense Donald Rumsfeld for direct-
ing the war in Iraq, because his stub-
bornness and intellectual shortcomings
led to the series of debacles. It was bad
judgment to rely on Ahmad Chalabi, a
convicted swindler, for so much Iraqi
"intelligence." It was bad judgment to
allow a cabal of neoconservatives


CORRECTION
* Because of writer error, the editorial in Monday's Chronicle, "County
turf war extracts high price," warrants correcting. The Citrus County
Historical Society was open for tours this past weekend. Additionally,
beyond the three historical society officers who recently stepped down,
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Owners of group
home convicted
WICHITA, Kan. The mar-
ried owners of a group home for
the mentally ill were convicted
Monday of enslaving its resi-
dents, forcing them to work
naked and perform sex acts,
and illegally billing their families
and the federal government for
therapy.
Arlan Kaufman, 69, and his
wife, Linda, 62, were convicted
of 30 federal charges, including
health care fraud, Medicare
fraud, forced labor and, holding
clients in involuntary servitude at
the Kaufman House Residential
Treatment Center. Arlen Kauf-
man was also found guilty of
making a false representation.
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two in prison for the rest of their
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Chile. Fujimori was arrested
Monday in Chile on charges at
home involving corruption and
massacres, as he attempted
to return to Peru to run for re-
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Police in Australia
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SYDNEY, Australia Police
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radical Muslim cleric, in a string
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they had foiled a major terror
attack.
The Australian Federal Police
said seven men were arrested in
Sydney and nine in Melboume
in the coordinated raids that also
netted evidence, including
weapons, computers, backpacks
and bomb-making materials.
Suicide bombing
kills 4 U.S. soldiers
BAGHDAD, Iraq U.S. and
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house to house Monday, the
third day of an assault against
al-Qaida-led insurgents in a
town near the Syrian border.
The U.S. command reported the
first American death in the oper-
ation, and four U.S. soldiers
were killed when a suicide car
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point south of Baghdad.
The military said five U.S.
members of an elite Army unit
have been charged with kicking
and punching detainees in Iraq.
The charges were issued
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Sports BRIEFS

Street, Howard win
Rookie of the Year
SNEW YORK- Huston Street
kept the AL Rookie of the Year
award in-house.
Oakland's poised closer
became the second consecutive
winner from the Athletics, and
Philadelphia Phillies first base-
man Ryan Howard won the NL
award on Monday.
Street hardly had to look far
for inspiration. The previous AL
winner was his roommate this
season, A's shortstop Bobby
Crosby.
"Maybe he rubbed off," Street
said.
Street, who took over as
Oakland's closer in May, got 15
of 28 first-place votes in ballot-
ing by the Baseball Writers'
Association of America and fin-
ished with 97 points. New York
Yankees second baseman
Robinson Cano came in second
with 57 points, followed by
Tampa Bay designated hitter
Jpnny Gomes with 39.
o' Called up from the minors for
good on July 1, Howard
replaced injured star Jim Thome
at first base and led all rookies
with 22 home runs. He received
19 of 32 first-place votes and
199 points to beat out Houston
outfielderr Willy Taveras, who got
7- points. Atlanta right fielder
-deff Francoeur was third with

Alabama moves to
third in BCS standings
NEW YORK-Alabama is
now on deck.
The Crimson Tide moved into
third place slightly ahead of
Miami in the Bowl
Championship Series standings
Monday, putting unbeaten 'Bama
in position to play for a national
title if Southern
.California or
Texas
stumbles
down the
stretch. '-
The first-.
place-Tr6jans and Longhorns
remain locked into the top two
spots and on course to play for
college football's championship
at the Rose Bowl on Jan. 4.
USC raised its BCS average
to .9802 this week and kept its
lead on Texas (.9765). For the
first time in the BCS' eight-year
history, the same teams have
held the top two spots for the
first four standings. USC has
been in first for three weeks and
Texas one.
The Tide has a BCS average
.8814, leaving it barely ahead of
Miami (.8805).
Duke is runaway
choice for No. 1
Duke is back at No. 1 in The
Associated Press' preseason
college basketball poll while
defending champion North
Carolina failed to even make the
Top 25.
Kansas, the preseason No. 1
last year and another regular in
the poll, also was not among
those teams ranked Monday.
The Blue Devils were a run-
away choice for No. 1, the sixth
time they have started the sea-
son atop the rankings.
North Carolina becomes the
first defending national champi-
on not to be in the preseason
poll the next season since
Kansas in 1988-89. The Tar
Heels lost their top seven scor-
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Competing Canes


Hendrick and

Davies share

friendly rivalry
JON-MICHAEL SORACCHI
jmsoracchi@chronideonline.com
Chronicle
Putting on the practice
greens at El Diablo Golf
Course in Citrus Springs
looked like an exercise to kill
time for Charlie Hendrick
and Brad Davies.
Done leisurely while being
interviewed, the two mem-
bers of the Citrus golf team
didn't look as if they were
engaged in a battle of wills,
but talk to Hendrick or
Davies and, well, the two
compete in everything.
"Anything that's competi-
tive," Davies said.
"Basketball, video games,
ping-pong... If we could make
a game out of throwing the
football around, we would."
Don't go as far as to call it a
bitter rivalry though. The two
have been friends since
Inverness Middle School and
have known each other since
sharing the same kindergar-
den class.
Yet, even-as buddies, there
are memories of friendly
challenges.
"I remember in.kindergar-
den, we used to fight over the
Ghostbusters. toy," Davies
quipped., "But everyone
fought over it"
Hendrick and Davies, now
seniors at Citrus High, have a
common goal: helping to lead
the Hurricanes to a strong
showing in the FHSAA Class

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Charlie Hendrick, left, and Brad Davies have helped lead Citrds to its third state tournament
appearance in the last 20 years.


Citrus tboys, girls golf reidy for state


JON-MICHAEL SORACCHI
jmsoracchi@chronideonline.com
Chronicle
The Citrus boys and girls
have been itching to play in
the FHSAA Class 1A Golf
Championships in Port St.
Lucie for the last two weeks.
The tournament, originally
scheduled for October 25-26,
will finally be played today


and Wednesday due to
Hurricane Wilma.
The first golfer for the boys
will tee off at 8 a.m. The
Hurricanes' lead golfer will
start at 9:30 a.m.
The resume for both teams
is already impressive, con-
sidering each team is one of
16 left, but Citrus has this to
ponder: 2005 is the first time
in school history that both


the boys and girls team have
made the state tournament in
the same year.
"It's really cool," said
Christine Bang, a junior on
the Hurricanes' girls team.
"I'm glad we both made it
Both of the coaches and the
players were excited."
Joining Bang are freshmen
Briana Carlson, Ashton
Connor and Lauren Bomke


and sophomore Jordan
Connor.
While the two teams are
not essentially one unit, they
both have supported and
cheered for each other all
season and neither is very
surprised about its counter-
part's or its own success.
"I have to give Coach
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Citrus rebuilds
C.J. RISAK
cjrisak@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
A changing of the guard
could be in store for the boys
soccer season.
Not that Lecanto, now two
years removed from its state
championship, is willing to
surrender the district title its
owned for the past few years.
But the reality is the Panthers
have lost more than half their
starting lineup of a year ago
and must replace it
Meanwhile, Crystal River
has most of its lineup back
from last season and a new
head coach in Steve Ekeli, who
has served in an assistant's
capacity at the school for the
past few years and is fresh off
an impressive fall season at
Seven Rivers.
Citrus, on the other hand, is
in basically the same position
as Lecanto, having lost a huge
contingent to graduation. And
Dunnellon, also under new
direction Ron East takes
over as coach isn't looking
for anything major in terms of
victories this season as the
program is being reconstruct-
ed.
Also, the district has been
reshaped to include Marion
County teams.
Still, if Lecanto which
lost just twice last season -
Please see BOYS/Page 4B


Expect the

unexpected



County teams

have playoff hopes
C.J. RISAK
cjrisak@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Last year, the regular season
in girls soccer went in one
direction, the district playoffs
in another. Which provides the
definition of what to expect
this season the unexpected.
Because there are plenty of
talented teams in this area.
The district has also changed,
with Marion County schools
joining the fray, replacing
those from Hernando and
Lake.
Lecanto remains the top
pick, only because they were
second (by a half game, to
Springstead) in the district's
regular season and put up
some impressive numbers in
the last campaign: 17-3-1. A
majority of starters return
from that team, which means
the Panthers must be consid-
ered a district favorite.
But let's not forget that dis-
trict tournament of last season.
Both Springstead and Lecanto
were early-round casualties,
and when Citrus topped
Crystal River in the opening
round, the door was open -
and the Hurricanes stepped
through, winning the district
title.
It all makes for interesting
scenery for this season.
Combine that with some tough
new opposition from Marion
County, and the return of many
of this county's top players,
and the district picture starts
to become well, murkier.
Belleview is expected to be
the best from Marion County.
Dunnellon shouldn't be dis-
counted, either; after all, the


Tigers did reach the second
round of the regional tourna-
ment last season.
Other additons are West Port
and North Marion.


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New York
Toronto

Washington
Charlotte
Miami
Atlanta
Orlando

Detroit
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Indiana
Cleveland
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Dallas
Memphis
New Orleans
Houston

Utah
Minnesota
Seattle
Portland
Denver

L.A. Clippers
Golden State
L.A. Lakers
Phoenix
Sacramento


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Atlantic Division
L Pct GB L10
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2 .333 1/ 1-2
3 .250 1 1-3
3 .000 1/ 0-3
4 .000 2 0-4
Southeast Division
L Pct GB L10
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2 .500 1/2 2-2
2 .500 1% 2-2
3 .000 3 0-3
3 .000 3 0-3
Central Division
L Pct GB L10
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01.000 3-0
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2 .500 1% 2-2
2 .333 2 1-2
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Southwest Division
L Pct GB L10
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1 .667 'A 2-1
1 .667 'A 2-1
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1 .500 1 1-1
Northwest Division
L Pct GB L10
1 .750 3-1
2 .500 1 2-2
1 .500 1 1-1
2 .333 1% 1-2
3 .250 2 1-3
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L Pct GB L10
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1 .667 2-1
1 .667 '2 2-1
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Monday's Games
Cleveland 105, Toronto 93
Utah 95, Charlotte 91, OT
Miami 90, New Jersey 89
Minnesota 93, L.A. Clippers 78
San Antonio 104, Chicago 95, OT
Tuesday's Games
L.A. Lakers at Atlanta, 7 p.m.
Seattle at Memphis, 8 p.m.
Golden State at Milwaukee, 8 p.m.
Orlando at Houston, 8:30 p.m.
Detroit at Sacramento, 10 p.m.
Wednesday's Games
Dallas at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.

Cavaliers 105, Raptors 93
CLEVELAND (105)
L.James 9-17 9-12 27, Gooden 4-6 4-4 12,
Ilgauskas 5-8 5-5 15, Hughes 5-13 6-8 16,
Snow 3-4 0-0 6, Jones 2-6 5-5 10, Marshall 5-
11 0-0 12, Jackson 2-6 0-0 5, Henderson 1-1
0-0 2, Wilks 0-1 0-0 0, Pavlovic 0-1 0-0 0.
Totals 36-74 29-34 105.
TORONTO (93)
Graham 2-4 0-0 4, Bosh 11-17 4-5 26,
Woods 0-4 0-0 0, Rose 4-12 6-11 14,
M.James 6-10 5-6 17, Araujo 1-1 0-0 2,
E.Williams 1-3 0-0 2, Calderon 0-0 0-0 0,
Peterson 7-14 0-0 15, Bonner 0-1 0-0 0,
Villanueva 4-8 0-2 8, Aa.Williams 2-3 1-2 5.
Totals 38-77 16-26 93.
Cleveland 24 27 23 31 -- 105
Toronto 24 21 19 29 93
3-Point Goals-Cleveland 4-17 (Marshall
2-5, Jackson 1-2, Jones 1-3, Ilgauskas 0-1,
Pavlovic 0-1, Wilks 0-1, Hughes 0-2, L.James
0-2), Toronto 1-8 (Peterson 1-2, Rose 0-1,
Graham 0-1, Villanueva 0-1, M.James 0-3).
Fouled Out-None. Rebounds-Cleveland
57 (Marshall 11), Toronto 35 (Bosh 12).
Assists-Cleveland 17 (L.James 6), Toronto
21 (Calderon 7). Total Fouls-Cleveland 20,
Toronto 20. Technicals-Cleveland Defensive
Three Second, Jones, Toronto Defensive
Three.Second. A-18,281. (19,800).
Heat 90, Nets 89
NEW JERSEY (89)
Jefferson 6-14 8-9 20, Collins 0-3 1-6 1,
Krstic 3-9 2-2 8, Carter 14-21 2-2 32, Kidd 4-
10 2-3 11, Jackson 2-6 3-3 7, Mclnnis 4-8 0-
0 8, Padgett0-1 0-1 0-0 0, Planinic 1-3 0-0 2,
Vaughn 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 34-76 18-25 89.
MIAMI (90)
Walker 6-13 4-4 18, Haslem 3-5 2-2 8,
Mourning 5-8 1-4 11, Williams 4-9 0-0 11,
Wade 8-18 7-10 23, Kapono 2-7 2-2 6,
Payton 6-10 1-2 13. Totals 34-70 17-24 90.
New Jersey 28 18 20 23 89
Miami 32 20 20 18 90
3-Point Goals-New Jersey 3-9 (Carter 2-
3, Kidd 1-4, Jefferson 0-1, Planinic 0-1),
Miami 5-19 (Williams 3-8, Walker 2-6, Wade
0-1, Kapono 0-2,. Payton 0-2). Fouled Out-
None. Rebounds-New Jersey 46 (Jefferson
15), Miami 46 (Mourning 11). Assists-New
Jersey 12 (Kidd 4), Miami 21 (Wade 6). Total
Fouls-New Jersey 23, Miami 21. A-19,600
(19,600).


L.A. Clippers at Washington, 7 p.m.
Seattle at Cleveland, 7 p.m.
Memphis at Boston, 7:30 p.m.
Utah at New Jersey, 7:30 p.m.
San Antonio at Charlotte, 7:30 p.m.
Miami at Indiana, 8 p.m.
Orlando at New Orleans, 8 p.m.
L.A. Lakers at Minnesota, 8 p.m.
Golden State at Chicago, 8:30 p.m.
New York at Portland, 10 p.m.
Thursday's Games
L.A. Clippers at Atlanta, 7 p.m.
Houston at Miami, 8 p.m.
Detroit at Phoenix, 10:30 p.m.

Timberwolves 93, Clippers 78
L.A. CLIPPERS (78)
Ross 3-11 0-0 6, Brand 11-16 4-8 26,
Kaman 2-5 1-1 5, Mobley 4-15 6-6 14,
Cassell 3-10 5-5 11, Singleton 0-2 0-0 0,
Ewing 2-7 0-0 4, Wilcox 3-7 0-0 6, Rebraca 2-
2 2-4 6. Totals 30-75 18-24 78.
MINNESOTA (93)
Szczerbiak 5-16 4-4 15, Garnett 8-11 6-7
22, Olowokandi 5-8 0-0 10, Hassell 3-7 3-4 9,
Jaric 4-8 0-0 8, McCants 3-3 0-2 6, Griffin 1-3
1-2 3, Hudson 4-8 1-1 9, Madsen 0-0 0-0 0,
Frahm 0-2 0-0 0, Carter 5-6 1-1 11. Totals 38-
72 16-21 93.
L.A. Clippers 17 28 12 21 78
Minnesota 26 18 21 28 93
3-Point Goals-L.A. Clippers 0-13 (Ross 0-
1, Cassell 0-2, Ewing 0-4, Mobley 0-6),
Minnesota 1-11 (Szczerbiak 1-4, Griffin 0-1,
Hudson 0-2; Frahm 0-2, 'Jaric 0-2). Fouled
Out-None. Rebounds-L.A. Clippers 51
(Brand 8), Minnesota 39 (Garnett 11).
Assists-L.A. Clippers 16 (Mobley 6),
Minnesota 22 (Garnett 8). Total Fouls-L.A.
Clippers 20, Minnesota 23. Technicals-
Minnesota Defensive Three Second. A-
11,791. (19,006).
Jazz 95, Bobcats 91
UTAH (95) -. :;,;
Okur 11-17 7-7 31, Kirilenko 8-16 3-8 20,
Ostertag 2-4 2-2 6, Giricek 3-8 2-2 8, McLeod
2-8 1-2 6, Harpring 3-5 3-4 9, Williams 3-9 2-
6 8, Collins 1-3 2-3 4, Brown 0-2 0-0.0,
Owens 1-3 0-0 2, Humphries 0-0 0-2 0,
Palacio 0-1 1-4 1. Totals 34-76 23-40 95,
CHARLOTTE (91)
Wallace 2-6 2-4 6, Okafor 4-14 4-6 12,
Brezec 5-7 3-4 13, Rush 0-1 0-0 0, Knight 4-
14 3-4 11, Carroll 2-8 2-2 6, Ely 1-4 3-4 5,
Jones 2-6 2-2 7, May 5-14.3-4 13, Felton 2-7
2-3 7, Bogans 4-8 3-3 11. Totals 31-89 27-36
91.
Utah 19 23 29 14 10 95
Charlotte 12 27 23 23 6 91
3-Point Goals-Utah 4-12 (Okur 2-3,
McLeod 1-1, Kirilenko 1-2, Harpring 0-1,
Giricek 0-1, Williams 0-4), Charlotte 2-12
(Felton 1-2, Jones 1-5, Bogans 0-2, Carroll 0-
3). Fouled Out-None. Rebounds-Utah 69
(Ostertag 13), Charlotte 57 (Okafor' 11).
Assists-Utah 20 (Kirilenko 5), Charlotte 17
(Felton 10). Total Fouls-Utah 32, Charlotte
37. Technicals-Charlotte Defensive Three
Second. A-14,872. (23,319).


CANES
Continued from Page 1B

1A Golf Championships.
"They've hung through, been
there and played some great
golf," said Citrus coach Chris
Richardson. "They've been
instrumental in us going to the
state tournament."
With the nature of the game of
golf and the depth on the
Hurricanes team, Hendrick and
Davies do not always earn low
medalist honors but both, have
been steady.
Each golfer has earned a nine-
hole score of 35 this season,
Davies in the first round of the


Class 1A-9 District Tournament,
Hendrick in a regular-season
match at Plantation Inn.
Having played together for six
years breeds familiarity of the
other's set of skills.
"I remember he came up to me
at a tournament and asked how I
was doing," Hendrick recalled. "I
said, 'eh' and he turned to his
mom and said, 'Lights out.'"
Was Davies right?
"Yeah," Hendrick said.
Amid the reserved world of
golf, Davies admits that he and
Hendrick are outwardly passion-
ate about the game.
"Neither of us tend to hide our
emotions on the golf course,"
Davies said. "If we're happy or
upset."


It's that will to win and the
camaraderie that helps
Hendrick and Davies on the golf
course.
And the two, along with fellow
senior Kyle Klauder, Nick
Brothers and Bobby Bang, hope
that the competition amongst
themselves helps accomplish
that goal.
Richardson thinks that the
team is capable of getting into
the 290's at Fairwinds today with
great rounds.
"With Brad and Charlie shoot-
ing 78, 79 at region, that's not a
bad round but they've had better.
"They've been very consis-
tent," Richardson continued.
"Charlie hasn't blown up for us
and Brad, even with some beefy


scores, is averaging 40."
This year has been a pleasant
surprise for Hendrick and
Davies. According to Hendrick,
there wasn't the anticipation of
advancing to the state tourna-
ment that was placed on previous
Citrus teams he's been on.
"This has been more of a
relaxed year," Hendrick said.
"We had more expectations
our sophomore year when we
had Robert (Taylor), Ian (Morrill)
and Garrett (Neal)" added
Hendrick in reference to the
2003 season.
Hendrick and Davies have
been on the same team together
during the school year for six
years but have also spent their
summers since the age of 12 play-


ing against each other in the
North Suncoast Junior Golf
Association.
However, it is not always about
besting your closest friend.
Wanting to win extends off of just
competing with each other.
Rooting for the two's favorite col-
lege football team falls into that
category as well.
Davies described going to the
annual Florida-Georgia game in
Jacksonville on October 29th as
"amazing". It didn't hurt that the
Gators' 14-10 win contributed to
the overall atmosphere of the
"World's Largest Outdoor
Cocktail Party".
Both are season-ticket holders
to Florida football games and
Davies is hoping to call


Gainesville home next year if his
application to UF is accepted."
"It's a possibility that I would
play at a smaller college but if I
get accepted to UF, it's not hap-
pening," Davies said.
Hendrick, on the other hand,
wants to enroll. Wake Forest
.University in North Carolina
where his sister Katie currently
attends.
Neither knows exactly what
they will major in but the engi-
neering field interests them.
Whatever happens, Hendrick
and Davies plan to play golf for
fun while at college. And while it
may be strictly a pastime at the
next level, if they play a round
together, the competitive juices
might start flowing again.


GIRLS
Continued from Page 1B

The season, which will seem short-
ened district games begin Tuesday,
and just about all regular-season district
matches will be completed before
Christmas figures to be highly com-
petitive, as the following capsules will
reveal.
Lecanto has 'holes to fill'
Kevin Towne isn't buying into it. He refuses
to play the favorite's role, even though seven
starters are back, including two who com-
bined to score an eye-popping 58 goals last
season.
And yet, Towne whose team officially
opened the season with a 4-1 loss to Class
6A power Mitchell last Wednesday would
rather point out what must be done to rebuild.
"We have holes to fill," he said. "We lost
four starters, including our entire midfield."
Jen Worthington, Allissa Persavich and
Nathalie Earle, as well as defender Jessica
Ricci, have graduated.
"We just have to rebuild." noted Towne,


"But we should be competitive. We'll be shuf-
fling people around.
"Our goal is to get ready for the district
(tournament)."
What makes the Panthers impressive is the
goal-scoring ability of juniors Maggie Mueller
and Natalie Bumett. Mueller scored 31 goals
last season, while Bumett had 27.
Leading the defense are seniors Ashley
Rhodes at stopper and Erika Pinson at
sweeper. Sophomore Erin Carpenter, a
defender last season, will be moved to the
midfield; Sam King, a senior, returns as keep-
er.
The Panthers' strength will remain its talent
for finding the net.
"We'll score goals, obviously," said Towne.
"And we're quick."
Question is, will they be able to control play
in the midfield well enough to get the ball for-
ward consistently enough? That's the chal-
lenge facing Lecanto.
Senior starters key for Citrus
The Hurricanes were a mediocre 9-7-5 a
year ago, but it was winning a district title that
gives them something to build on this year.
That and having all but three players back.
And vet, those losses are notable.


Gone are keeper Ashley Christensen and
midfielder Rachel Gelin, who graduated, and
leading-scorer Kaela Fitzpatrick, who trans-
ferred to Trinity Catholic. Fitzpatrick led Citrus
with 17 goals last season.
The returnees are considerable, particularly
on defense. Six senior starters are back.
Sweeper Chelsea Wear and center defend-
er Kristina Trentacosta are back, together with
left defender Brittany Hutman. The midfield
has its share of senior representation as well,
with Marcy Mills and Jennifer Nelson.
"We have a good defense," said Citrus
coach Charlie Gatto. "I think we'll be a good
team. We won't have a real weakness we'll
be very balanced. We're lucky to bring back
so many seniors."
Kayla Nelson, another senior who divided
her playing time between midfield and forward
last season, will stay up front this season. She
scored 16 goals as a junior. She'll be joined
by junior Amber Jordan.
The midfield welcomes back Jennifer
Nelson, lost to a knee injury last season, and
Marcy Mills. Kelsey Keating, a sophomore
who served as back-up to the now-graduated
Christensen, moves into the starting role.
"We need to stay focused," said Gatto.


"And we need to score more goals. I just don't
think we scored enough last year."
The Hurricanes' coach is also concerned
about the early start to the season. "We've got
to come ready to go," he said. "It's an early
season. We can't mess around."
That's for sure. Citrus starts by traveling to
Dunnellon for a 6 p.m. match Tuesday, then
hosts Crystal River at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.
Crystal River thinking big
No sense in building slowly toward end-of-
the-season goals. Not at Crystal River.
"We're really looking to win the district
championship," said Pirates' coach Rob
McDougal, "and then going to the state play-
offs."
Sounds formidable, it's true, but certainly not
out of reach, not when Crystal River returns all
but two starters, including 10 seniors from a
side that was 11-7-3 in 2004-05.
"We're looking forward to the season," said
McDougal. "We've got a real strong team."
So it seems. The two losses are top-scorer
Jessica Smith (19 goals) and defender Tyanne
Hutchinson. McDougal figures he has some
players who proved to be top scorers at other
levels of play and should emerge this season.
The key to it all appears to be senior mid-


fielder Lisa Fioretti, the team's captain who will
control play from her center spot.
"She controls everything for us," said
McDougal. "She's our leader."
Also back is Katie Ezzell, a senior forward
who collected nine goals and nine assists last
season; Jackie Boltin, another senior forward
(six goals); junior midfielder Melissa
Blackstone; senior stopper Liz Keys, whom
McDougal called "the heart of our defense";
and senior keeper Robyn Tisdale.
Although there are no single goal-scoring
standouts, McDougal isn't concerned.
"We've got players who've scored in the
past," he said. "One of our team strengths is a
lot of people who can score. In fact, that should
be more of a problem for opponents, it will be
hard to defend us."
His team's strength, however, is everywhere.
"Overall balance," was how McDougal
explained it. "We can rely on our defense to
get it done, and we can rely on our offense to
score if we have to."
Crystal River starts at home 6 p.m. Tuesday
against North Marion.
Repeated attempts to contact
Dunnellon coach Mark Travis for this
preview were not returned.


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Jacksonville
Tennessee
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Cincinnati
Pittsburgh
Cleveland
Baltimore


Denver
Kansas City
San Diego
Oakland
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N.Y. Giants
Washington
Dallas
Philadelphia
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Atlanta
Carolina
Tampa Bay
New Orleans


Chicago
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Detroit
Green Bay


Seattle
St. Louis
Arizona
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W L T Pct PF PA
4 4 0.500180 220
3 5 0.375128 159
3 5 0.375146 151
2 6 0.250118 170
South
W L T Pct PF PA
8 0 01.000229 98
5 3 0.625150 139
2 7 0.222175 231
1 7 0.125107 216
North
W L T Pct PF PA
7 2 0.778210 134
6 2 0.750189 124
3 5 0.375114 136
2 6 0.250 97 141
West
W L T Pct PF PA
6 2 0.750201 152
5 3 0.625196 183
5 4 0.556252 192
3 5 0.375185 185
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East
W L
6 2
5 3
5 3
4 4
South
W L
6 2
6 2
5 3
2 7
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W L
5 3
3 5
3 5
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W L
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0.750233 143
0.625152 149
0.625181 137
0.500173 184

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0.750192 143
0.750220 163
0.625140 121
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0.375130 207
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Sunday's Games
Atlanta 17, Miami 10
San Diego 31, N.Y. Jets 26
Kansas City 27, Oakland 23
Jacksonville 21, Houston 14
Cincinnati 21, Baltimore 9
Minnesota 27, Detroit 14
Cleveland 20, Tennessee 14
.Carolina 34, Tampa Bay 14
Seattle 33, Arizona 19
Chicago 20, New Orleans 17
N.Y. Giants 24, San Francisco 6
Pittsburgh 20, Green Bay 10
Washington 17, Philadelphia 10
Open: Buffalo, Denver, Dallas, St. Louis
Monday's Game
Indianapolis 40, New England 21
Sunday, Nov. 13
Arizona at Detroit, 1 p.m.
SHouston at Indianapolis, 1 p.m.
San Francisco at Chicago, 1 p.m.
New England at Miami, 1 p.m.
Minnesota at N.Y. Giants, 1 p.m.
Kansas City at Buffalo, 1 p.m.
Baltimore at Jacksonville, 1 p.m.
Denver at Oakland, 4:05 p.m.
N.Y Jets at Carolina, 4:05 p.m.
St. Louis at Seattle, 4:15 p.m.
Green Bay at Atlanta, 4:15 p.m.
Washington at Tampa Bay, 4:15 p.m.
Cleveland at Pittsburgh, 8:30 p.m.
Open: Cincinnati, San Diego, New
Orleans, Tennessee
Monday, Nov. 14
Dallas at Philadelphia, 9 p.m.
Colts-Patriots Scoring Summary
Indianapolis 7 14 10 9 '- 40
New England. 7- 0 7 7 21
SFirst Quarter
Ind-Harrison 1 pass from Manning
(Vanderjagt kick), 12:30.
( NE-Branch 16 pass from Brady
(Vinatieri kick), 5:52.
Second Quarter
- Ind-James 2 run (Vanderjagt kick),
11':50.
SInd-Wayne 10 pass from Manning
(Vanderjagt kick), :09.
Third Quarter
Ind-Rhodes 4 run (Vanderjagt kick),
8:36.
NE-Graham 31 pass from Brady
S(Vinatieri kick), 5:46.
Ind-FG Vanderjagt 35, 4:45.
Fourth Quarter
lnd-FG Vanderjagt 20, 13:58.
NE-T.Brown 19 pass from Brady
(Vinatieri kick), 10:15.
Ind-Harrison 30 pass from Manning
(pass failed), 5:53.
The AP Top 25
The Top 25 teams in The Associated
Press college football poll, with first-place
votes in parentheses, records through Nov.
5, total points based on 25 points for a first-
Jplace vote through one point for a 25th-
place vote, and previous ranking:
Record Pts Pvs
1. Southern Cal (57) 9-01,617 1
2, Texas (8) 9-01,568 2
3 Miami 7-11,452 5
'4: Alabama 9-01,450 4
5.,1LSU 7-11,328 6
6. Penn St. 9-11,271 10
7. Notre Dame 6-21,201 8
8. Virginia Tech 8-11,147 3
'9. Georgia 7-11,097 11
10. Ohio St. 7-21,076 12
11. Oregon 8-1 943 15
.12. Florida 7-2 905 13
13. Texas Tech 8-1 753 16


FOOTBALL
NFL
AMERICAN CONFERENCE


14. UCLA 8-1 693 7
15. Auburn 7-2 680 17
16. West Virginia 7-1 677 18
17. Florida St. 7-2 605 9
18. TCU 9-1 536 20
19. Wisconsin 8-2 438 14
20. Fresno St. 7-1 410 21
21. Michigan 6-3 372 22
22. Colorado 7-2 312 25
23. Louisville 6-2 242 24
24. Georgia Tech 6-2 109 -
25. Northwestern 6-3 82 -
Others receiving votes: California 38,
UTEP 27, Boston College 24, Boise St. 23,
Oklahoma 16, South Carolina 14,
Minnesota 12, Iowa St. 5, Iowa 1, South
Florida 1.
USA Today Top 25 Poll
The top 25 teams in the USA Today col-
lege football coaches' poll, with first-place
votes in parentheses, records through Nov.
5, points based on 25 points for a first-
place vote, through one point for a 25th-
place vote and previous ranking:
Record Pts Pvs
1. Southern California (56) 9-01,544 1
2. Texas (6) 9-01,494 2
3. Alabama 9-01,398 4
4. Miami (Fla.) 7-11,385 5
5. LSU 7-11,283 6
6. Penn State 9-11,139 11
7. Notre Dame 6-21,124 9
8. Virginia Tech 8-11,116 3
9.. Georgia .. . . 7-11,093 .10
10. Ohio State 7-2 962j1. 12
11. Oregon 8-1 919 13
12. Florida 7-2 754 15
13. Texas Tech 8-1 745 17
14. UCLA 8-1 744 7
15. West Virginia 7-1 710 16
16. Florida State 7-2 667 8
17. Auburn 7-2 619 18
18. TCU 9-1 491 20
19. Wisconsin 8-2 385 14
20. Fresno State 7-1 360 22
21. Colorado 7-2 302 24
22. Michigan 6-3 275 23
23. Louisville 6-2 242 25
24. Georgia Tech 6-2 117 NR
25. Boston College 6-3 56 19
Others receiving votes: California 55;
Texas-El Paso 52; Northwestern 43; Boise
State 31; South Carolina 18; Minnesota 17;
Oklahoma 8; Clemson 1; Iowa State 1.
Harris Top 25
The Top 25 teams in the Harris
Interactive College Football Poll, with first-
place votes in parentheses, records
through Nov. 5, total points based on 25
points for a first-place vote through one
point for a 25th-place vote:
Record Pts Pv
1. Southern Cal (97) 9-02,809 1
2. Texas (16) 9-02,728 2
3. Miami 7-12,537 5
4. Alabama 9-02,521 4
5. LSU 7-12,284 7
6. Penn State 9-12,192 10
7. Notre Dame 6-22,131 9
8. Virginia Tech 8-12,011 3
9. Georgia 7-11,889 11
10. Ohio State 7-21,833 12
11. Oregon 8-11,663 13
12. Texas Tech 8-11,432 16
13. Florida 7-21,344 15
14. UCLA 8-11,326 6
15. Auburn 7-21,244 17
16. Florida State 7-21,151 8
17. West Virginia 7-11,122 18


18. TCU 9-1 957 19
19. Wisconsin 8-2 680 14
20. Fresno State 7-1 594 23
21. Michigan 6-3 582 22
22. Colorado 7-2 575 24
23. Louisville 6-2 374 25
24. Georgia Tech 6-2 203 NR
25. California 6-3 131 21
Others receiving votes: Northwestern
128, Boston College 89, UTEP 60,
Minnesota 36,
South Carolina 26, Boise State 24,
Oklahoma 21, Iowa State 15, NC State 6,
Toledo 3,
Arizona 1, Central Florida 1, North
Carolina 1, Virginia 1.

HOCKEY

NHL
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W LOT Pts GF GA
N.Y. Rangers 8 5 3 19 50 40
Philadelphia 8 3 1 17 56 41
New Jersey 6 6 2 14 43 51
Pittsburgh 4 6 5 13 51 65
N.Y. Islanders 6 8 0 12 39 55
Northeast Division
W LOT Pts GF GA
Montreal 11 3 1 23 48 41'
Ottawa 11 2 0 22 64 28
Bpstor. 7 5 4 18 57 55
Toronto '7' 6 2 16 54 55
Buffalo 7 7 0 14 44 48
Southeast Division
W LOT Pts GF GA
Carolina 10 2 1 21 54 35
Tampa Bay 7 6 2 16 46 43
Florida 6 7 2 14 33 41
Washington 6 8 0 12 34 60
Atlanta 4 9 1 9 42 56
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Central Division
W LOT Pts GF GA
Detroit 13 2 1 27 63 33
Nashville 8 2 3 19 38 37
Chicago 5 10 0 10 41 62
Columbus 4 11 0 8 28 50
St. Louis 2 9 3 7 40 62
Northwest Division
W LOT PtsGF GA
Vancouver 10 3 2 22 50 43
Minnesota 8 6 2 18 45 35
Edmonton 8 7 1 17 49 50
Colorado 7 4 2 16 55 43
Calgary 7 7 2 16 35 41
Pacific Division
W LOT Pts GF GA
Los Angeles 10 5 0 20 52 41
Dallas 9 5 1 19 53 48
San Jose 8 6 1 17 43 49
Anaheim 7 6 3 17 47 46
Phoenix 7 8 2 16 45 45


Two points for a win, one point for
time loss or shootout loss.
Sunday's Games
Washington 5, Toronto 4
Chicago 2, Phoenix 1, OT
Detroit 4, St. Louis 1
Minnesota 4, Anaheim 3, SO
Monday's Games
Pittsburgh 3, N.Y. Rangers 2
Dallas 4, Edmonton 0
Vancouver at Calgary, 9 p.m.
Tuesday's Games
Boston at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.
Tampa Bay at Montreal, 7:30 p.m.
Washington at Toronto, 7:30 p.m.


rover-


On the AIRWAVES


TODAY'S SPORTS
FOOTBALL
7:30 p.m. (ESPN2) College Football Southern Mississippi at
Marshall. (Live) (CC)
HOCKEY
7 p.m. (OUTDOOR) NHL Hockey Boston Bruins at Philadelphia
Flyers. From the Wachovia Center in Philadelphia. (Live)
7:30 p.m. (SUN) NHL Hockey Tampa Bay Lightning at Montreal
Canadiens. From the Bell Centre in Montreal. (Live)
SOCCER
12 p.m. (FSNFL) Premiership Soccer Aston Villa vs. Liverpool.
(Taped)
TENNIS
12 a.m. (ESPN2) WTA Tennis Tour Championships Round-
Robin. From Los Angeles. (Same-day Tape) (CC)



Prep CALENDAR


TODAY'S PREP SPORTS
GIRLS BASKETBALL
6 p.m. Crystal River, Seven Rivers at Lecanto Tip-off Classic (two
games)
GOLF
8 a.m. Citrus boys, girls at FHSAA State Championships, Port St. Lucie
BOYS SOCCER
6 p.m. Dunnellon at Citrus
7:30 p.m. Lecanto at Central
8 p.m. North Marion at Crystal River
GIRLS SOCCER
6 p.m. North Marion at Crystal River
6 p.m. Citrus at Dunnellon


N.Y. Islanders at New Jersey, 7:30 p.m.
Phoenix at Minnesota, 8 p.m.
Edmonton at Nashville, 8 p.m.
San Jose at Colorado, 9 p.m.
Wednesday's Games
Carolina at Buffalo, 7 p.m.
Pittsburgh at Atlanta, 7 p.m.
St. Louis at Columbus, 7 p.m.
N.Y. Rangers at Florida, 7 p.m.
Los Angeles at Detroit, 7:30 p.m.
Thursday's Games
Ottawa at Boston, 7 p.m.
N.Y. Islanders at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.
Montreal at Pittsburgh, 7:30 p.m.
N.Y. Rangers at Tampa Bay, 7:30 p.m.
Chicago at St. Louis, 8 p.m.
Dallas at Nashville, 8 p.m.
Calgary at Phoenix, 9 p.m.
Colorado at Vancouver, 10 p.m.
Monday Boxes
Penguins 3, Rangers 2
Pittsburgh 1 1 1 3
N.Y. Rangers 0 0 2 2
First Period-1, Pittsburgh, Lemieux 6
(Gonchar, Melichar), 15:20. Penalties-
Straka, NYR (goalie interference), 1:27;
Talbot, Pit (high-sticking), 4:41;
Kasparaitis, NYR (slashing), 7:04;
Melichar, Pit (high-sticking), 13:06;
Gonchar, Pit (hooking), 15:34.
Second Period-2, Pittsburgh, Crosby 5
(Jackman, Poapst), 18:03. Penalties-
Pirjeta, Pit (slashing), 1:39; N.Y Rangers
bench, served by Prucha (too many men),
7:28; Rozsival, NYR (tripping), 15:27;
Orpik, Pit (hooking), 19:53.
Third Period-3, Pittsburgh, Palffy 6
(Whitney), 3:42. 4, N.Y. Rangers, Hollweg
1 (Ward, Kasparaitis), 6:51. 5, N.Y.
Rangers, Hossa 4 (Rucchin, Hollweg),
13:36. Penalties-Koltsov, Pit (hooking),
4:10; Murley, Pit (hooking), 16:13.
Missed Penalty Shot-Palffy, Pittsburgh,
5:54, 3rd.
Shots on goal-Pittsburgh 7-9-8-24.
N.Y. Rangers 11-13-13-37.
Power-play opportunities-Pittsburgh 0
of 4; N.Y. Rangers 0 of 7.
Goalies-Pittsburgh, Caron 4-2-3 (37
shots-35 saves). N.Y. Rangers, Weekes 3-
3-1 (24 shots-21 saves).
A-18,200(18,200). T-2:19.
Referees-Greg Kimmerly, Brad
Watson. Linesmen-Derek Amell, Scott
Driscoll.
Stars 4, Oilers 0
Edmonton 0 0 0 0
Dallas 2 1 1 4
First Period-1, Dallas, Jokinen 6
(Gu6rin, Arnott), 12:24 (pp).. 2, Dallas,
Lessard 1 (Modano, Jokinen), 17:00.
Penalties-Smyth, Edm (hooking), :31;
Miettinen, Dal (interference), 3:06; Stoll,
Edm (holding), 8:26; Syvret, Edm (interfer-
ence), 11:40; Miettinen, Dal (hooking),
13:34.
Second Period-3, Dallas, Robidas 1
(Miettinen), 14:44. Penalties-Semenov,
Edm (delay of game), 5:34; Harvey, Edm
(holding), 9:42; Guerin, Dal, minor-major-
misconduct (instigator, fighting), 19:00;
J.Smith, Edm, major (fighting), 19:00.
Third Period-4, Dallas, Modano 7
(Lehtinen, Robidas), 1:48. Penalties-
Daley, Dal (holding stick), 5:44; Skoula,
Dal (boarding), 11:21; Ott, Dal, minor-
major (hooking, fighting), 20:00; Moreau,
Edm, major (fighting), 20:00.
Shots on goal-Edmonton 2-4-10-16.
Dallas 14-8-4-26.
Power-play opportunities-Edmonton 0
of 5; Dallas 1 of 5.
Goalies-Edmonton, Markkanen 7-6-1
(23 shots-19 saves), Morrison (1:48 Third,
3-3). Dallas, Turco 7-4-1 (16-16).
Referees-Stephane Auger, Don
Koharski. Linesmen-Andy McElman,
Mark Pare.

TRANSACTIONS
BASEBALL
American League
BALTIMORE ORIOLES-Named Lee Elia
bench coach, Tom Trebelhom third base
coach and Rick Dempsey bullpen coach.
CLEVELAND INDIANS-Agreed to
terms with LHP Scott Sauerbeck on a one-
year contract.
DETROIT TIGERS-Named Manny
Crespo director, Latin American opera-
tions. Named Ray Crone Jr. and Jim
Olander national scouting crosscheckers,
Grant Brittain area scout and Steve
Barningham part-time scout.
National League
CHICAGO CUBS-Exercised their 2006
options on 2B Todd Walker and RHP Scott
Williamson.
SAN DIEGO PADRES-Named Mike
Wickham assistant to the vice president of
scouting and development, Juan Lara
assistant to player development and inter-
national operations and Jaron Madison
assistant to the director of scouting.
FOOTBALL
National Football League
ARIZONA CARDINALS-Released LB
Isaac Keys.
CINCINNATI BENGALS-Activated LB
Caleb Miller from the physically unable to
perform list.
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES-Suspended
WR Terrell Owens for three games.
HOCKEY
American Hockey League
CHICAGO WOLVES-Announced RW
Scotty Barney has been assigned to the
team by the Atlanta Thrashers.
PROVIDENCE BRUINS-Announced
RW Eric Nickulas and D Jay Leach have
recalled by the Boston Bruins. Reassigned
G Mike Brown to South Carolina of the
ECHL.


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Richardson credit," said Citrus
girls coach Michelle Connor of
the Hurricanes' boys coach. "He
saw our first scores after the
Lecanto match and said, 'Pack
your bags, you're going to state.'"
Although Richarson's prognos-
tication became fact, each squad
had to face stiff competition to
get to the final 16.
The Citrus girls completed an
undefeated regular season,
including a victory at the CCAA
Golf Championship at Twisted
Oaks to cap their county domi-
nance.
Then the Hurricanes found
out how golf outside the county
was.
Citrus shot a 361 in the district
and a 380 in Region 1A-3, which
are respectable scores.
But both times, the Hurricanes
were 81 and 82 strokes off,
respectively, of the pace set by
Saddlebrook Prep, which should
be the front-runner to win the
championship.
However, to further illustrate
the difference, Citrus shot 86
strokes better than the third-
place team in the District 1A-9
Tournament and 53 strokes
ahead of the team behind them
in the Region 1A-3 Tournament.
The boys also went undefeated
in the oounty- and finished the
regular season at 16-3. The
Hurricanes are built differently
than their female counterparts,
with Kyle Klauder, Charlie
Hendrick and Brad Davies pro-
viding senior leadership.
But the seniors are not neces-


sarily the best golfers on the
team on any given day. According
to Richardson, his most consis-
tent golfer has been sophomore
Nick Brothers, who paced Citrus
at the regional tournament with
a 73 over 18 holes.
Following Brothers' perform-
ance at Haile Planatation in
Gainesville was freshman Bobby
Bang with a 75, while Hendrick
and Davies shot 78 and 79,
respectively
Even more impressive was the
305 the Hurricanes carded dur-
ing their first-place finish over
Saddlebrook Prep (310) and Oak
Hall (313). Just a week before,
Saddlebrook had beaten Citrus
in the district tournament 298-
311.
"I was more shocked we made
it this year," Richardson said.
"Not because my guys are bad
golfers, but because we've had
such tough competition."
And that's the position the
Hurricanes are in; any one of
their top four is capable of shoot-
ing in the low-to-mid 70's.
"When you have four guys who
can shoot those scores," Brothers
said. "You don't feel like all the
pressure is on any one person."
That may not be good enough
for Citrus to win it but it should
keep them very. competitive.
Both teams insist that they
want to do well but that it's about
continuing to have fun like they
have all year.
"I think we'll go out there and
have fun," Christine Bang said.
lIftwe have fun, in the end, it will
be better."
The girls will play at the
Saints' Golf Course while the
boys will play at Fairwinds Golf
Course, both in Port. St Lucie.

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Bowling bloodlines in Homosassa


A chip off the old block,
Travis Neff, 15, says he
has been bowling ever
since he could hold a ball.
Travis is the son of Steve
Neff, owner of Neffer's Lanes
in Homosassa. His dad was a
professional bowler on the tour
in the 70s and 80s prior to open-
ing his own lanes,
"My dad has owned Neffer's
since before I was born," Travis
said. "I grew up there. He used
to take me to work with him
when I was only 2 or 3 years old.
He would put me on Lane 1
near his office while he worked.
As long as he could hear pins
drop he knew I was ok."
Travis bowled his first sanc-
tioned 300 game a couple of
weeks ago while bowling in
Neffer's Wednesday Nights
Men's Scratch league. He says
he's bowled four or five perfect
games in practice and open
bowling, but this was the first
one in league play.
"Everyone just left me alone
once they saw I had a chance at
a perfect game," explained
Travis. "I made good shots until


the last frame. I got pretty nerv- sport. He explained to me how
ous in the 10th. The last one, I the oiling patterns on the lanes
don't know. I kind of jumped up affect one's ball. He uses a very
on it a little bit and thought it aggressive ball to begin a game
was going to miss, but it didn't" when the lanes are fresh, and
Travis' previous official high will change to a shinier one as
game was 290. He the oil wears off, and
also had last year's uses a plastic ball to
top series in youth '' pick up spares.
play with a 779. "That's what all the
Travis prefers '" pros do," he said.
bowling in adult Using this tech-
leagues rather than unique, Travis says
YABA youth he's particularly
leagues now. proud of the fact that
"There just he hasn't missed a
aren't enough spare in league play
young bowlers Don Rua for the past three
around to com- LOCAL weeks.
pete," he said. Travis went on to
"Last year I bowled BOWLING explain that the oil-
in a YABA league ing pattern normally
and it was made up of almost all used for amateur bowling can
7 and 8 year olds and me." help make up for release
His room is full of the tro- errors. For instance, a bowler
phies and plaques he's received may miss his mark to the left a
from winning youth tourna- little and the ball will hold the
ments. His Wednesday night line and not break as much. If
team is made up of friends he the miss is to the right where
met and bowled with in youth there is less oil, it will bite and
events in the past come back to the line. The pros
Travis is very savvy about the usually play on more difficult


Local BOWL N,


Sportsmen's Bowl
Sunbowlers Senior League
Men:: Larry Gray 238-605 Women:
Arlene Messer 190, Betty West 505
Monday Night His and Hers league
Men: Chuck Utz 224-567 Women:
Robin Budd 200, Sandra Bryant 486
Tuesday Night Firstnighters
Mark Wrightson 273, Stephen Liik 680
Wednesday Morning Early Birds
Gladys Potter 187-491
Thursday Afternoon Hits and Misses
Men: Charles Schmidt 214, Chuck Utz
514 Women: Barbara Steffen 243, Sarah
Adams 494
Thursday Night Pinbusters
Cassie Culo 194, Rosemary Burdick 524
Friday Afternoon Kings and Queens


BOYS
Continued from Page 1B

stumbles at all, there are several
others who could contend.
In the final analysis, it should
make for a highly competitive
season, and an even better dis-
trict tournament
LHS lineup shuffle
Between six and seven starters
have been lost to graduation. That's
the bad news for Lecanto's soccer
team.
Still, a half-dozen others return who
played on the state championship
team two seasons ago.
The Panthers were 18-2 last sea-
son, winners of the district crown but
a&2-0 loser to Hudson in the first
round of the regionals. The bottom
line for Lecanto is the offense looks
strong, the defense is a bit shaky, and
the team should still be a top con-
tender for district title considerations.
'We have to keep other people out
of the back of our net," said coach
Doug Warren. "The key for us is
whether our defense can come
together."
Don't misunderstand: There is tal-
ent. As Warren explained, "We have
some solid players there (on
defense), they just haven't worked
together that much. They're still get-
ting to know each other and come
together as a group."
A pair of seniors should offer signif-
icant contributions defensively. Jacob
Chenoweth, an outside defender last
season, will be at sweeper or stopper,
and Matt Tringali will be at either out-
side defender or stopper. Warren
wasn't quite certain who would be
where; the same is true at keeper,
where three players are vying for the
starter's spot, taking over for the
graduated Justin Marks.
Justin Deem, a junior, also returns
and will play on defense.
Both the forward and midfield posi-
tions seem well stocked, with seniors
Todd Maloney and Jon Lowe back at
the forward positions. Both reached
double digits in goals scored last sea-
son. Albert Bradley, a sophomore
who played junior varsity last season,
will add speed and shot-making quali-
ties to this year's lineup.
The midfield will include senior
Dustin Elder, who could be at the
center spot once cross country sea-
son concludes; Dan Eberhart, a sen-
ior who just finished playing football;


. Men: Charles Johnson 245-645 Women:
Betty Fugle 176, Barbara Barnes 455
Friday Evening Friday Nighters
Men: Don Griffin 235-685 Women:
Denise Griffin 224-604
Saturday Morning Youth League
Men: Steven Faron 177, Jeff Demott 461
Women: Tiffany Home 201, Kim Wrightson
472
Parkview Lanes
Monday Night Specials
Handicap Men" Frank Men:dicino 295;
Phil Ciquera 739 Women: Wendy Smith
270-704
Scratch Men: Frank Men:dicino 278-
676 Women: Lori Ciquera 232-610.
Preserve Pinbusters
Handicap Men: Ray Perham 260,


and Zac Grannan, a junior.
"Our strength will be offense," pre-
dicted Warren. "Andn that's unusual
for us because we've always had
strong defenses."
If the defense can come close to
last season's standards, Lecanto may
be difficult to unseat indeed.
New CR'coach aims high
One of the first lessons new
Crystal River coach Steve Ekeli has
been teaching is what's done is done,
what's in the past is in the past.
Specifically, that means last season.
Ekeli, who recently coached the
Seven Rivers team to the state quar-
terfinals in the fall season, takes over
a Crystal River program that lost just
two seniors. He believes he has of a
team that could, indeed should, chal-
lenge for district honors.
"Our defense is very fast and very
smart," he said, then added it's his
"offense, our forwards and midfield,
that have, been working very well."
Still, there's a lot to do and not a
whole lot of time to do it. The district
season starts immediately, with all but
one of the regular-season district
matches played prior to the
Christmas break.
"We're going to play 16 games
before Christmas," said Ekeli. "But the
team is excited about it, they're taking
it as a challenge."
Ekeli is putting in a new formation,
using a 4-3-3 instead of the 4-4-2. He
has all the proper pieces, to be sure,
with some key seniors and a whole
lot of juniors to build around.
-Top scorer Jonathan Livesay, a
senior, is back; he'll be at left outside
midfield. "He is a very talented young
man," said Ekeli, "and he is lethal."
Also returning is senior keeper
Cody Shaffer, whom Ekeli calls not
just the best in the county but per-
haps one of the best in the state.
"He's big (6-foot-2), he's got great
instincts, he uses his hands and body
well, and he knows where he needs
to be," the Pirates' coach said.
Other experienced players return-
ing are juniors Chris Fleming, a cen-
ter midfielder now with three years of
varsity experience; Chris Dobson,
another three-year starter who will be
at center forward; Matthew Zarek, a
gifted player who will divide his time
between the midfield and forward;
and Julian Palhof, a defender last
season who will move up to forward
or midfield this year once his training
begins in earnest. Palhof just com-
pleted his season with the Crystal


Casey Zabinski 638 Women: Pat Hylton
253,696;
Parkview Seniors
Handicap Men: Chuck Hindbaugh
250-669 Women: Millie Barker-253,
Phyllis Ternes 692.
Ladies Classic
Handicap Toni Mills-Smith 260-707
Scratch Fran Barlow 206
Late Starters
Handicap Men: Rich Lee 271, Marty
Suehowicz 659 Women: Melida Manion
236, Carmen: Gonsalves 653
Wednesday Night Men:
Handicap Larry James Nevels 294-812
Scratch John Saltmarsh 268-674
Women:'s Trio
Handicap Mona Rosado 257, Joan
Swartzwelder 701


River swim team.
Another lesson Ekeli is keen on is
that everyone is involved in all phas-
es of the game. The attack will often
start with the defense; movement is a
. necessity, which means overlapping
is crucial to success.
The Pirate defenders figure to be
four juniors: Scott Hubbard at sweep-
er, Eric Swanson at stopper, Sean
Mulligan at right side, and Jarrod
Green at left side. All four started at
different spots last season.
Lecanto is Ekeli's choice as the
team to beat in the district. Belleview
is another side that could be tough.
"I told the guys I'm not looking to
be the No. 1 seed going into the (dis-
trict) tournament," said Ekeli. "If it
happens, great. But I would like us to
be in the top three."
Heavy losses at Citrus
Like any coach, Citrus'Andrew
Castorina doesn't like to dwell on
what's gone, but what's remaining..
Still, the Hurricanes, who were 12-
8 a season ago, had a group of 11
seniors who departed. And although
Castorina does admit "that was a
major group last year. They were
starters since their freshmen year," he
refuses to call this a rebuilding year.
Rather, it's a year to reload.
The cupboard isn't bare, to be
sure. Returning are senior Jacob
Arthur, the team's captain and three-
year starter as sweeper, and Bo
Wright, a junior and another three-
year varsity player who will be the
center midfielder.
"We're looking for (Wright) to set
up a lot us," said Castorina.
Another senior the Hurricanes are
hoping will step up is senior forward
Jed Hernandez, who figures to move
into the starting lineup. Cellin
Neptune and Jamal John are in a bat-
tle for the starting keeper's spot.
Beyond that, nothing is for sure. In
fact, the only certainty is the uncer-
tainty of everyone's position.
"We're going to be shuffling players
around," said Castorina. "In the first
few games, we're going to try to find
the right combination.
"There are no set spots. This is a
new team, and we want them to work
for their positions. There are no set
starters, no set formations. We're
going to see what works."
Castorina will have a strong base
to build with. Last season's the Citrus
junior varsity went 10-0. Still, the tran-
sition must be made to varsity and
then the proper lineup must be found.
"We have to get everybody work-


patterns which require them to
not miss their shot by more than
two boards.
A sophomore at Crystal River
high school, Travis is undecid-
ed about what he wants to ulti-
mately be, but he is certain he
wants to be a professional
bowler like his dad was. He cur-
rently only bowls in one league
weekly, but he practices several
times each week. He figures he
won't turn pro until he finishes
high school, but may bowl in
some regional tournaments
during summer breaks.
Travis tried to describe to me
how he releases the ball, which
has a big curve.
"It's all in my wrist. I just roll
the ball off my hand. It's some-
thing that can't be taught," he
explained.
Maybe it comes from watch-
ing his dad since he was old
enough to walk.
--a--

Don Rua, Chronicle bowling
correspondent, can be
reached at
donrua@gmail. com.


Scratch Myla Wexler 213
Holder Hotshots
Handicap Men: Andy Curtis 292-749
Women: Betty Rauch 276, Angela Adams
713
Scratch Men: Tyler Beatty 259
Parkview Owls
Handicap Men: John Moore 278; Mike
Thompson 729 Women: Ginnie Moore
288,786
Scratch Men: John.Moore 237, Ted
Rafanan 237-655 Women: Debbe Chung
212
Bowlers of the Week
Men: Larry Jamnes-Nevels, 152 pins over
his average.
Women: Michelle Wise 109 pins over
average


ing with each other," said Castorfna.
"I'd like to get everybody on the same
page. We can't have a bunch of indi-
viduals out there."
Castorina will have Tom Darby
returning as his assistant. Justin
Benoist takes over the JV program.
As for the district race, Belleview,
which returns to this area after a year
away, figures to battle defending
champ Lecanto and Crystal River for
top honors.
Citrus would like to be in the mix,
but that will depend on how quickly
this group can be molded into a team.
"I told them this will be practice for
the district (tournament)," Castorina
said.
If these "practices" go well, the
Hurricanes could make a run come
tournament time.
Tigers build for future
Ron East isn't sure what
Dunnellon's record was last season.
He does know it wasn't too good.
And he also knows that he can
build a highly competitive program
here, but it won't be done in one year.
East brings impressive credentials
with him to a school that did not field
a junior varsity team until this sea-
son. One thing he can be proud of
before the first game is played is that
36 kids came out for the program.
"Last year they were struggling
with numbers," he said. "I know this
doesn't sound too good, but the focus
this year will be on the junior varsity
team. We want to keep them playing
and look to the future."
If that seems pessimistic, at least
for the present, perhaps a glance at
East's past is in order. A player at the
State University of New York in
Rochester and in some pro leagues,
the native of Jamaica coached Trinity
Christian to an undefeated season in
2003. He also has extensive coach-
ing experience at the club level.
The Tigers return eight players with
experience, including junior keeper
Matt Futch, who played some midfield
as well last season, Kyle Mast, a mid-
fielder who transferred from Citrus
and was also a placekicker for the
Dunnellon football team, and Enrique
Gago, a junior who also runs cross
country.
"I am rebuilding," said East. "But I
want to rebuild the program, not just
the team. So I'm not looking to put a
winning team on the field this year."
Of course, if the future made a pre-
mature appearance for the Tigers,
there would be no regrets.


Last laps for '05


aturday marks the end of
Citrus County Speedway's
50th stock car season. That
means drivers in Hobby Stocks,
Thunder Stocks and Super
Stocks have one more chance to
take a trip to victory lane, and
points contenders in
each of the three
divisions on the race
card have more
opportunity to solidi-
fy or lose the champi- "
onship title.
Championships in
the remaining six
divisions have
already been decid- a
ed. And although Kim B(
there is still one night KEEl
of Thunder Stock rac- TRA
ing action left, Steve
Stinedurf has
clinched the division over Louie
Coie, Victor Shahid, D.J. Macklin,
Mike Dubbs, Wayne Heater, Glen
Colyer, Chris Cramer, Gary
Johnson and Fred Henick.
Points chases in two divisions
are still undecided. Both are on
Saturday night's racecard with
the championship decided at the
checkered flag.
Bobby Taylor holds a 153-point
advantage over Rusty Bremer in
the chase for the Super Stock
division title. Tom Posavec, Scott
Hendrickson, Ernie Reed, Rob
Perry, Rob Canfield, James
Batson, Dusty Bouchard and
James Green round out the top
10, respectively.
Bill Ryan will need to make up
a 130-point deficit in Hobby
Stock, which will be a challenge
now that he has sold his racing
machines and is now behind the
wheel of the No. 55 racecar.
Curtis Flanagan has been the
dominating force in the division
over the second half of the sea-


son and will surely do what he
can to secure the title at the fin-
ish line.
Highlighting Saturday's local
lineup is Super Stocks, Hobby
Stocks and Thunder Stocks.
Joining them is the Mini Cups,
Power Puff race and
the first leg of the
Triple Crown 125-lap
Late Model event
Late Saturday
Sixteen Limited
Sportsman battled it out
all the way to the finish
with Tom Posavec tak-
ing his first win of the
llinger season. Rick Kase,
:BING Mike Veltman, Rick
CK McMehan and Johnny
kCK Sanders followed,
respectively.
Wayne Heater took his sixth win of
the season in Thunder Stock action
over Megan Spicer, Louie Coie, Fred
Henick and Victor Shahid.
David Steele has dominated the
TBARA Winged Sprint division and
showed the fans he truly is champi-
onship material.
Not only has Steele won the Silver
Crown championship; he also has
earned the TBARA championship title
after taking his 12th win of the sea-
son.
Ray Bragg, Troy DeCaire, David
Retzlaff, Bo Hartley, Stan Butler,
Wayne Reutimann Jr., Keith Butler,
John Anderson and Wendy Mathis
finished out the top ten after the race
was declared over after Mark and
Gary Gimmler crashed on the front


stretch with 27 laps completed of the
scheduled 30-lap event.
(im Bollinger, Chronicle racing cor-
respondent, can be reached at
kbollinger@chronicleonline.com.


With the USTA combo
leagues winding down,
it is time to start think-
ing about the next round of
leagues.
Team commitments will be
due Dec. 10 and play will begin
the first weekend of January.
Seniors will play on Saturdays
(primarily) and
super seniors will
play on Sundays.
Super senior divi-
sions for women: 6.0,
.7.0 and 9.0 (8.0 has
been played
already); for men: -.-
6.0, 8.0, and 9.0 (7.0
has been played).
Super seniors are
age 60+. If you turn Eric v
60 in 2006 you can Hoc
play. Combined rat-
ing format is not to ON TE
excede the division
you play in, and the NTRP rating
difference no more than 1.0
between pairs.
Senior divisions are 3.0, 3.5,
4.0, and 4.5 for both men and
women. Seniors are 50+ years of
age, as with the super seniors
you can start playing the first
weekend of January if you turn
50 in 2006.
Unfortunately for some of us,
there is no singles in any of these
USTA leagues until the spring
season. If you like to play singles,
there is a chance coming up to
measure your skills against the
best in Citrus County.
Of course, I'm talking about
the Chronicle/Pines tennis
Tournament at Whispering Pines
Park on Dec. 3-4. It is the longest
running event in the county and
the only one with singles divi-


a
gi


sions for men, women and jun-
iors. There will be doubles divi-
sions as well, and if you really
like playing all weekend long,
you can sign up for both.
Orie of the things that makes it
possible for a tournament to be
around as long as the
Chronicle/Pines has, is making
adjustments accord-
ing to players' needs.
This year a new divi-
sion, 60+, has been
added to both the
men's and women's
doubles.
The tournament
fee is $15 for one
event and $25 if you
play two events. Sign
n den up sheets will be
gen available at the office
NNIS in Whispering Pines
Park plus at Citrus
Hills and Sugarmill
Woods. Also, in the next couple of
weeks a sign up sheet will be
printed in the Citrus Chronicle.
For information call the
Whispering Pines Park office at
726-3913 and ask for Laura.
Next week we will talk about
all the different divisions this
event has to offer.
Tournament schedule
Dec. 3-4: Chronicle Pines
Tournament at Whispering Pines.
Jan. 21-22: Crystal River Open
at the Crystal River High School.
Mark both these dates on your cal-
endar today.

Eric van den Hoogen,
Chronicle tennis correspon-
dent, can be reached at
hoera@juno.com.


_ Local TENNIS


Monday Night Ladies Doubles .
No matchplay on Oct. 31. For more infor-
mation or to report scores, contact Antoinette
van den Hoogen at 382-3138 or
hoera@juno.com.
USA Women Team Tennis
The results for Nov. 1 were: Sugarmill
Woods, 4 points; Skyview, 4 points; Crystal
River, 1 point; Black Diamond, 0 points. This
league is geared towards the 3.0 and 3.5
level players. Each team consists of four
players. New players, regulars or subs, are
always welcome. To sign up or for informa-
tion about this league, contact Char
Schmoller at 527-9218 or e-mail schmol-
er@atlantic.net.
Senior Ladies Tuesday 3.0
The results for Nov. 1 were: Meadowcrest
Rackettes vs Riverhaven Gators, 3-3;
Riverhaven Ospreys vs Riverview, 3-3;
Crystal River def. Sugarmill Woods, 4-1;
Citrus Hills vs Pine Ridge, 2-2. For informa-
tion about this league, contact Myrtle Jones
at 341-0970 or e-mail mbj30@netsignia.net.
Thursday Citrus Area Doubles
The results for Nov. 3 were: Citrus Hills
Aces def. Bicentennial Babes, 6-2; Citrus
Hills Swingers def. Pine Ridge Fillies, 8-0;
Crystal River Yoyo's vs Crystal River
Racqueteers, 4-4; Pine Ridge Mavericks def.
Sugarmill Oakies, 6-2; Skyview def.
Sugarmill Sweet Spots, 8-0. For information
about this league, contact chairperson Gail
Sansom at 746-4455 or
gailsansom@aol.com.
Thursday Evening Men's League
The results for Nov. 3 were: Sugarmill
Woods def. Whispering Pines, 5-3; Citrus
Hills def. Crystal River, 6-0; Pine Ridge def.
Plantation, 6-0. For information, contact the


Administration Office at Whispering Pines
Park at 726-3913.
Friday Senior Ladies Doubles 3.0-3.5
The results for Nov. 4 were: River Haven
def. Pine Ridge Mustangs, 3-2; Meadowcrest
Love def. Crystal River, 4-1; Meadowcrest
Swingers def. Sugarmill Woods, 4-0; Pine
Ridge Colts def. Citrus Hackers, 4-0. If you
want to field a team'(four players per team
with a maximum of six) for the 2005-2006
season, or you want to be a sub, contact
Betsy Dykes at 795-5299 or Lucy Murphy at
527-4239 or e-mail
wjlrmurphy@xtalwind.net.
USTA Leagues
Combo 6.5 Women
Pine Ridge def. Sugarmill Woods, 3-0.
Record 4-2.
Marilyn Cass/Brenda Spafford, 6-2, 3-6, 1-
0; Judy Long/Pranathi Rao, 6-1, 7-5; Mary J
Martin/Deb Peters, 3-6, 6-2, 1-0.
Sugarmill Woods record 2-4.
Citrus Hills lost to Fort King, 2-1. Record 1-
5.
Combo 7.5 Women:
CRHS def. Fort King, 2-1. Record 4-3.
Heather White/Nicole D'Anna won, 6-4, 3-
6, 1-0; Laura Flanagan/Deb Peters, lost, 7-5,
6-3; Denise Lyn/Susan Garrick, won 6-0, 6-0.
Citrus Hills lost to Country Club of Ocala, 3-
0. Record 1-6.
Combo 8.5 Women
CRHS lost to Fort King 3-0. Record 3-2.
Combo 8.5 Men
CRHS def. Skyview, 2-1. Record 2-4.
Richard Fields/Jim Loudenslager won, 6-4,
6-0; Mike Brown/Tom Spessard lost, 6-4, 6-3;
Hank Keatts/Eric van den Hoogen won, 6-4,
6-2.
Skyview record 4-2.


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plan. However, there is no need is simply not working, and with prover-
to rush! bial seconds to go, we quite
I truly don't understand unfortunately are not even
why the government could approaching the "red zone."
not have tutored its And the mass confusion
Medicare beneficiaries, at mounts! And it simply was
least about the program's not necessary.
basics. True, the government Such questions as: "Do I
did not know of the formula- have to join?" "Will I receive
ries, the prescription drug a penalty if I choose not to
providers or the cost of a join?" "What will the initial
plan. However, the basics open-enrollment period
are indeed basic. This two- Dan Rohan be?" and "What is a formula-
year-old law could have had SENIOR ry?" are questions known by
the Center for Medicare and ADVOCATE the CMS and SSA since
Medicaid Services (CMS) November 2003. So, why did-
and the Social Security n't they spend some bucks on
Administration (SSA) begin and distrib- continuing Part D educational pro-
ute a basic "how-to" 18 months ago. grams? We know that this administra-


tion loves to spend bucks! So no logical
reason exists for the government's most
complicated plan to cause so much con-
fusion at this late date.
Most information concerning enroll-
ment who would be eligible for full
or partial subsidies, what are formula-
ries, and so on -already should be part
of your given knowledge.
Now, for the rest of the story: As I
have said, the law was signed in 2003,
with some 300 words of explanation,
followed by former HHS director
Tommy Thompson's two explanations
of the prescription drug plan that fur-
ther complicated the plan.
Remember, figure. sucl as income,
federal poverty levels and permitted
amount of assets have changed. It is
quite possible to read different


"expert" resources and find different
figures. Why? Because some are using
2004 figures and some 2005. This has
just added to your confusion.
Insurance companies emphasizing
their sense of urgency to join is non-
sense. You have until May 15, 2006.
Relax. Take your time. If you want cov-
erage to begin Jan. 1, so be it Even if
you enroll before Dec. 31, you can still
change your plan. In fact, you may
change your plan several times. Any
-change in insurance enrollment will
just cancel the previous one; again,
only until Dec. 31. If you choose to
enroll after Jan. 1, you can still change
your plan, as long as you do it before
May 15.
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skipping exercise.
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also may neglect their men-
tal health. An article in the
Oct. 1 issue of the Journal of
Clinical Oncology shows just
how often this occurs. In this
study, researchers from
Dana-Farber Cancer Insti-
tute in Boston and Yale
University School of
Medicine in New Haven,
Conn., interviewed a group
of 200 cancer caregivers.
The people interviewed
were the primary caregiver
for someone with advanced
cancer. Their duties includ-
ed administering medica-
tion, doing household
chores, handling the
patient's money, helping
with bathing and feeding
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patient had a small area of
abnormality in her right
breast She was referred to a
surgeon.
The patient and surgeon
decided to do a modified
radical mastectomy (com-
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and axillary lymph nodes).
Her cancer was 1.5 centime-
ters in size and it did not
spread to any lymph nodes.
It was sensitive to hormone
therapy
The patient reads my arti-
cles regularly, and so she
called and made an appoint-
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I examined the patient,
and we had a long discus-
sion about the diagnosis and
prognosis. According to a
computer model, this
patient has about a 65 per-
cent chance (two out of
three) that cancer will not
recur in the next 10 years.
There is now a new genet-
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arises far too often someone you
love needs more care than you are
able to provide and they can no
longer live alone in their homes. Is
it a parent or other family member -
or perhaps your spouse? Whether
they are elderly and can no longer
live alone, or suffering from
dementia or Alzheimer's and need
24-hour care, it is a very difficult
decision to have to make and it
affects another person's life so
drastically.. When their one desire is
to remain in their home with familiar
surroundings and not to be
institutionalized, but that option is
no longer feasible, what are your
options?
The State of Florida
recognized the need of the growing
senior population here who desire
to remain in a home environment
instead of going into a facility. The
Agency for Health Care
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legislature allows for certain private
homes that meet the criteria for
safety, health and care to become
licensed to,provide personal care.
Consider Richlynd Oaks a
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with trained and caring staff. With
no more than 5 residents at a time,
they receive one-on-one care and
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Richlynd Oaks is a private home
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health or personality to be
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The staff works closely with
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The residents are able to
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They are able to bring their
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The residents can remain
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Do they enjoy gardening?
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her 90's she paints every day and
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Richlynd Oaks is so neat and clean
and very pretty. I'm so glad Ruby is
able to live here".
Rich & Lynda Hoffman own
and operate Richlynd Oaks. It is
their private home as well. Lynda
has worked for over 20 years as an
in-home aide. She is a licensed
Professional Guardian through the
courts. Rich & Lynda have found
personal satisfaction in creating an
environment for the elderly to
continue to live with dignity and,
respect for the remainder of their
days. Along with nurses aides on
staff, Rich & Lynda provide a safe,
loving home for a few fortunate
residents.
They are currently
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Q: Can Mederma Gel help
someone with
Dupuytren's contrac-
ture?
A: Dupuytren's (doo-pa-
trens) contracture is a benign
condition that causes a tight-
ening of the flesh beneath the
skin of the palm, and can
result in permanently bent fin-
gers that are drawn inward
toward the palm and wrist It is
a fairly common hereditary
disorder caused by a progres-
sive thickening and shrinking
of the bands of fibrous tissue
(fascia), which reinforces the
skin of the palm.
Fascia looks like a cloth with
fine threads that run length-
wise from the palm to the fin-
gers, and as these threads
shorten they produce a curling
of the affected fingers that can
result in a claw-like hand.
Trying to straighten the fingers
pulls the shortened bands taut,
and they feel like a wire under
the skin, called a cord.
This disease is named after
Guillaume Dupuytren who
was Napoleon's surgeon and
lectured on this condition,
which has also been referred
to as a Viking or Celtic disease.
Interestingly, J.M. Barrie, the
author of "Peter Pan," was
thought to have this disorder,
which may have been the idea
for Captain Hook's hook, and
the Papal Benediction sign,
with bent ring and small fin-
gers, may have started with a
pope having this condition.
Duputren's contracture is
estimated to affect 3 to 5 per-
cent of the United States popu-
lation and is six times more
common in men than women.
What actually causes this con-
dition is unknown, but numer-
ous enzymes, growth factors
and other body chemicals are
involved in this complex dis-
ease process.
The treatment of
Dupuytren's contracture is
dependent upon the extent of
the disease and many non-
operative and surgical thera-
pies have been tried. Surgery
is usually needed when the
hand cannot be placed flat on
a table or when the fingers curl
so much that hand function is
limited. Surgery to remove the
diseased fascia is difficult,
because it surrounds nerves,
blood vessels and tendons. A
minimally invasive treatment
known as needle aponeuroto-
my is also available.
Dupuytren's contracture may
recur spontaneously, even
after surgery.
Mederma is a topically
applied, greaseless gel that is
available without prescription
to help scars appear softer and
smoother It contains an onion
(allium cepa) extract that has
been shown to have a variety
of medicinal properties and
chemical effects in the body.
Massage therapy to the
affected areas with this onion
extract gel several times a day
has been suggested for the
treatment of Dupuytren's con-
tracture. However, little infor-
mation is available on this sub-
ject and Mederma is not
approved by the FDA for this
use. Onion extract theoretical-
ly has come clinical effects


that may be beneficial, but 1
could find no solid scientific
clinical information on its use
for this disorder People with
Dupuytren's contracture
should consult with their
physician or a hand specialist
to determine what treatment is
best for them.


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than 20.years. Send questions
to him at 1135 N. Timiicuan
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Many patients go to the
podiatrist with
painful, tender feet. In
some cases, the pain is caused
by the fat pads or
cushioning being
inadequate because
they have become
displaced or atro-
phied.
In this situation,
the podiatrist faces
several challenges.
The cushioning
apparatus of the -
foot is divided into Dr. David
two parts. The IF &'a'
shape and align- FORg
ment of bony struc-
tures and how they
function during specific phases
of the gait cycle are a critical
part of pain-free locomotion.
The foot must be rigid at spe-
cific times to produce ade-
quate push-off power and flex-
ible at other times to absorb
shock. Rigidity when flexibility
is needed and vice versa can
produce dysfunction, leading
to painful gait.
Fat pads under the heel and
metatarsal-phalangeal joints
(the ball of the foot) are in


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place to absorb the shock and
force of weight-bearing pres-
sures regardless of foot posi-
tion, whether moving or in stat-
ic stance.
The thickness,
condition and loca-
tion of the fat pads
must be appropriate
to provide adequate
cushioning or com-
/ fort will be compro-
S, mised.
Tendons stretch-
ing, muscles pulling,
B. Raynor joints moving, bones
FOOT flexing all add to the
VARD cushioning mecha-
nism, but the fat
pads on the bottom
of the foot carry the load in
attenuating peaks of dynamic
force and vibration.
Most people may not realize
the forces that we subject upon
our feet
The foot is not a hand that we
walk on. The hand is an amaz-
ing work of biomechanics, but
so is the foot.
Research by Folman, Munro
and Paul has shown that heel
strike produces a 5-millisecond
shock wave that travels from


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the heel to the skull and equal-
ing 80 percent of body weight.
Walking produces peak forces
just above body weight and
running produces forces two to
three times body weight.
To put things in perspective,
a 150-pound person walking
one mile produces the equiva-
lent total force absorbed by one
foot of 63.5 tons. Sixty-three
and one-half tons per mile per
foot for a 150-pound person is
quite amazing.
Cavanaugh and Mann found
that the same person running
one mile produced 110 tons per
foot
Those extreme forces must
be dissipated to avoid injury to
bone, joints, soft tissue and
brain.
The average thickness of
heel pad fat is 12-22mm. This
fat is housed in chambers
called macrochambers to keep
the cushioning fat in position
so it won't squeeze out from
beneath the heel with com-
pressive force. The pad in the
ball of the foot is slightly thin-
ner, but the ball of the foot is
subjected to a more complicat-
ed array of forces during loco-


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motion and thus is much too
technical to get into in this dis-
cussion today
Jorgensen and Bojsen-
Moller tested the shock
absorbency of the heel versus
commercially available man-
made materials EVA and
Sorbothane. EVA is a common
component of the mid-sole of
high performance running
shoes, and Sorbothane is one of
the main ingredients in high
performance over-the-counter
slide-in insert cushions for
shoes.
The resultant comparative
data showed that the heel pad
reduced peak forces 1.3 times
greater than EVA foam and 2.09
times greater than Sorbothane.
Medical grade silicone may
perform better than other man-
made materials, but it was not
part of this study
The real take-home point is
that the foot is exposed to
extreme forces in normal daily
living. The foot handles these
forces an overwhelming major-
ity of the time. However, prob-
lems do arise for some who
have fat pad atrophy in their
heel or ball of the foot.


What might seem to be an
elementary, easy problem to
fix, such as adding cushioning
to provide comfort, may, in fact,
be difficult to remedy.
There is no substitute for fat
cushions in our feet There are
no fat injections or transplants
available.
Providing adequate substi-
tute cushioning for comfort is
difficult. Over-the-counter
cushions work well for folks
whose feet function properly,
but may just be tired. Folks
with lost or inadequate
padding or improper foot func-
tion will rarely find relief for
their problems with over-the-
counter devices.
These folks require more
advanced and expensive mate-
rials that come close to, but
never match completely, the
incredibly efficient, natural
padding of the foot.


David B. Raynor, DPM, is a
podiatrist in Inverness. He can
be reached at 726-3668 with
questions or suggestions for
future columns.


Group discusses antioxidant use during therapy


NANCY ROGERS
Special to the Chronicle

V Upender Rao, M.D., FACP,
led the discussion at the
October meeting of the
women's cancer support group
at the Cancer and Blood
Disease Center in Lecanto.
One new member was wel-
comed to the group.
One participant asked if tak-
ing vitamins with antioxidants
was any benefit in fighting
cancer during treatment.
According to the National
Cancer Institute, antioxidants
are substances that may pro-
tect cells from the damage
caused by unstable molecules
known as free radicals.


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Nearly a dozen medical
professionals contribute
their evpertise.to
columns in rlealth &
Life.. Tuesday
Read up on all things
school-related in the
Chronicle's Education sec-
tion., Wednesdays
Plan menus for the week
from the tempting recipes
in the Flair for Food sec-
tion., Thursdays
Get a jump on weekend
entertainment with the
stories in Scene./Fridays
See what local houses of
worship plan to do for the
week in the Religion sec-
tion.., Saturdays
Read about area business-
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lead to cancer.
Antioxidants interact with
and stabilize free radicals and
may prevent some of the dam-
age free radicals otherwise
might cause.
Examples of antioxidants
include beta carotene, vita-
mins C, E and A and lycopene.
Data show antioxidants can
protect cells against radiation
and chemotherapy.
It seems likely that they
would therefore reduce treat-
ment-related toxicities and
side effects.
However, if this were indeed
the case, it also would follow
that antioxidants might also
protect the cancer cells and


the effectiveness of the treat-
ment would be reduced. This
is the reason why in most
cases oncologists discourage
patients from using antioxi-
dants during chemotherapy.
Rao stressed the impor-
tance of discussing the use of
antioxidants during treatment
with the individual's health-
care provider
A first-time visitor to the
group asked for information
regarding her recently diag-
nosed "borderline ovarian
cancer."
Rao told the group "border-
line ovarian tumors" or "ovar-
ian tumors of low malignant
potential" are a subset of
epithelial ovarian tumors.


One woman in 55 develops
some form of ovarian cancer
in her lifetime.
About 90 percent of these
cancers are tumors of epithe-
lial origin. If benign (non-can-
cerous) are included, epithe-
lial tumors account for 60 per-
cent of all ovarian tumors.
Borderline tumors comprise
about 15 percent of all epithe-
lial ovarian tumors. The mean
age of occurrence is about 10
years younger than that of
women with malignant ovari-
an cancer.
Factors that may be linked
with borderline tumors
include oral contraceptive
use, age at the initial menstru-
al period, age at first pregnan-


cy, smoking and family history
of ovarian cancer.
Patients with borderline
tumors have an excellent over-
all prognosis.
All women who have been
diagnosed with either breast
or ovarian cancer are invited
to attend meetings, whether in
treatment or not.
Call the Cancer & Blood
Disease Center at 746-0707.


Nancy Rogers, R.N., OCN,
reports about the topics dis-
cussed during the women's
cancer support group meeting
at the Cancer and Blood
Disease Center in Lecanto.


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Dentures can look great


and feel comfortable


In the past couple of
months, we have discussed
the fabrication of both full
and partial dentures.
Incredible things can be done
through the use of
dentures. Dentures
do not have to be
ugly and tell-tale
signs that you have f
lost your teeth.
Things can be done
to make dentures I
look great and fit
more comfortably.
Many of theprin- Dr. Frank
ciples concerning
dentures discussed SO5
in previous columns B1I
also can be applied
to people with
teeth. In fact, I have You
taken what I have
learned from cours- cont
es on cosmetics and
applied it to the fab- to
rication of den-
tures. I have said to prod
myself, and a friend
with whom I attend
a lot of seminars, and s
"Why couldn't we
apply these princi- mone0
ples to dentures?"
The answer is you time i
can! About three
years ago, I was tak- proc
ing a cosmetic den-
tistry course at
Louisiana State University. I
learned a lot about the cosmet-
ics of dentures. That course
was in no way associated with
dentures, but a smile is a smile,
whether it is with your own
teeth or with dentures.
Let's talk a little about what
can be done regarding cosmet-


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ics with your own teeth. The
first thing that comes to mind is
tooth-whitening. Tooth-whiten-
ing is the simplest, least expen-
sive way to make a profound
difference in your
smile. The many
over-the-counter
products available
tell you that the
American public is
1 j aware that a whiter
..V smile is looked at
favorably The com-
panies that manu-
Vascimini facture these prod-
ucts and the stores
JND that fill their
ES shelves with them
would not invest the
time and space if
Will they weren't selling.
Tooth-whitening is a
inue big business at the
retail level.
try I wonder why
more people are not
uicts coming to the dental
professional for
-n these services. The
pend dental professional
is trained to diag-
Y and nose and treat a sit-
uation for the
n the patient's benefit In
a retail environ-
ess. ment, it is primarily
about sales. As you
may be aware, there
are situations where things are
straightforward and times
when things get involved in any
walk of life. The same holds
true for tooth-whitening.
If you decide to whiten your
teeth and you purchase an
over-the-counter product, it
will either work or not work If


it works the first time, great If
it doesn't, then what? It is my
understanding that over-the-
counter products rarely work,
especially on the first try That
means multiple visits to the
dental care isle and decisions
to make. In all likelihood, you
will continue to try products
and spend money and time in
the process.
Had you decided to go to
your dental professional, your
situation would be assessed
and that would lead to a dis-
cussion. The discussion could
involve the likelihood of suc-
cess and whether whitening
alone would make you happy
or put you in a circumstance of
great disappointment because
something else was going on
that you were not aware of.
You also would find out what
the cost to get your teeth whiter
will be. It may involve simple
tooth-whitening or tooth-whit-
ing plus additional work.
Wouldn't it be nice to know
what is really going on and
what the ultimate costs will be?
I've always been brought up
with the idea that you do all of
your research first, make an
informed decision and try to
avoid spending money two and
three time on the same project.
My father always says do it
right the first time!


Dr. Frank Vascimini is a
Homosassa dentist Send your
questions to 4805 S. Suncoast
Blvd., Homosassa 34446 or
e-mail them to him at info@
masterpiecedentalstudio.com.


Health GROUPS


Presciption plan
Surrey Place of Lecanto will
host a speaker at 2 p.m. today to
discuss Medicare Part D and how
it will affect you or your loved one
in the future. This is open to the
public at no cost. With scams
going on about this, the public
should try to be informed. If you
plan to attend, call Shirley Loch,
social service director, at 746-
9500.
Medicare Part D
Citrus Memorial Hospital will
host "An Overview Of Medicare
Part D" at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.
today in the CMH Auditorium, on
the corner of Grace Street and
Osceola Avenue, Inverness.
Here is an opportunity to
become informed about the new
Medicare Part D prescription drug
coverage that will be available to
Medicare participants in 2006. This
presentation is being offered by
representatives from Abbott
Laboratories. Space is limited to
100 people per session.


The free program is open to the
public. Registration is required by
calling 344-6513. Reserved park-
ing for the program will be avail-
able in the hospital's "Q" parking
lot, on the opposite corner of
Grace Street and Osceola Avenue.
Estate planning
Citrus Memorial Hospital will
offer an estate planning seminar
from 10 a.m. to noon on
Wednesday in the CMH
Auditorium, on the corner of Grace
Street and Osceola Avenue,
Inverness.
Find out all there is to know
about the tax advantages of year-
end charitable gifts, planned
bequests and more. The speakers
will be: John Clardy, Esq., an
estate attorney from Crystal River;
Erik Arnett from SunTrust in
Brooksville; and Ellen Zane from
Merrill Lynch in Crystal River.
The free program is open to the
public. Registration is required by
calling 344-6513. Reserved park-
ing for the program will be avail-


able in the hospital's "Q" parking
lot, on the opposite corner of
Grace Street and Osceola Avenue.
Grief workshops
Hospice of Citrus County will
offer two "Surviving the Holidays"
grief support workshops for per-
sons who have recently experi-
enced the death of a close friend
or family member. The first work-
shop will be from 1 to 4 p.m.
Wednesday at the Our Lady of
Grace Catholic Church, Parish Life
Center in Beverly Hills. The second
will be from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Thursday at the Unity Church of
Citrus County at 2628 Woodview
Ave. in Beverly Hills.
The presenters will cover infor-
mation about the grieving process,
ways to reduce stress affiliated
with coping and adjustment and
provide information about commu-
nity resources. Individuals are often
surprised at the physical and emo-
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Alzheimer's Association
Florida Gulf Coast Chapter
meets at 2 p.m. the second
Tuesday monthly at Surrey Place,
2730 W. Marc Knighton Court,
Lecanto. Call Paula Hum at
746-9500.
The North Central Florida
Post-Polio Support Group will
meet at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 13, in
the Collins Health Resource
Center, 9401 S.W. Highway 200,
building 300, Ocala.
The program, "Alternate
Medicine," will be presented by Dr.
Norman Anderson, M.D.
Refreshments will be served.
Call Carolyn Raville, president,
at (352) 489-1731.
Caregiver meetings:
Nov. 16, 11 a.m.: Family
Caregiver Support Group, spon-
sored by The Cottages of Gentle
Breeze, 9416 N. Gentle Breeze
Loop, Citrus Springs.
Call 489-5539 to make a reser-
vation for onsite respite services.
Refreshments will be provided.
Call Sandra at (800) 717-3277.
Nov. 17,10:30 a.m.: Family
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during the holiday season. This
workshop will offer information to
assist grievers in coping with the
array of emotions commonly expe-
rienced.
Those interested in the work-
shop may register by calling
Hospice of Citrus County at 527-
2020. Hospice also offers addition-
al support programs for persons
who have suffered a loss caused
by a death. All programs are free
and open to the community.
Need eyeglasses?
If you have an application for
eyeglasses and are waiting for a
decision, call Lion Joan Emerson
at 726-0046 to reapply. Records
have been lost.
Vision screening
Crystal Eye Center will offer
free vision, cataract and glaucoma
screening Wednesday. Dr. Thomas
Dawson will offer a free consulta-
tion regarding vision, cataract and
glaucoma tests. A free eyeglass
adjustment will be available.
This program is a community
service offered by Dawson and
staff and St. Luke's Cataract and
Laser Institute.
Call 795-0212. The center is on
U.S. 19'South, Crystal River.
Candles of care
Woodland Terrace of Citrus
County and the Alzheimer's
Family Organization will host a
special candle-lighting ceremony to
honor and support those individu-
als and their families affected by
Alzheimer's disease. The event will
take place at 10 a.m. Thursday in
Woodland Terrace's main dining
room.
Other organizations, coast to
coast, will similarly light "candles of
care" as part of the annual National
Commemorative Candle Lighting
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Holiday Stress." Join the gathering
at the Seven Rivers Hospital, 6201
N. Suncoast Blvd., Crystal River.
For more information, call Marni at
(800) 717-3277.
Nov. 23, 12:30 p.m.: Family
Caregiver Support Group, spon-
sored by Catholic Charities, Our
Lady of Grace Church, 9 Roose-
velt Blvd., Beverly Hills.
Call Marie Monahan at (800)
242-9012.
Celebrate Recovery meets at
7 p.m. Wednesday and Fridays at
the Christian Recovery Fellowship
Church, 2242 W. State Road 44
across from the Outback
Restaurant between two doctors'
offices. The Christian based pro-
gram is open to the public. Call
726-2800.
Overcomers Group, a
Christian Bible based support
group for people recovering from
addictions to drugs, alcohol or
other out of control habits meets at
8 p.m. Monday for approximately
one hour, at the Sanctuary, 7463
Grover Cleveland Blvd., which is
one mile east of U.S. 19. Call Paul
at 628-2874.


Foundation of America. This event
offers individuals touched by
Alzheimer's and related dementias
the opportunity to unite in spirit and
solidarity at multiple services
across the country on the same
day.
Call (352) 249-3100.
CCHD clinics
Pneumonia vaccine will be
offered by the .Citrus County
Health Department and the follow-
ing organizations at the designated
sites and dates below. Clinics will
be from 9 to 11 a.m. Screenings
are also available and include fast-
ing blood sugar, a test for anemia,
kits to test for blood in the stool.
(fee of $5 each) and free blood
pressure.
Pneumonia vaccine is recom-
mended for anyone age 65 and
older. A second dose. is recom-
mended for persons age 65 and
older who received the first dose
more than five years ago when
younger than 65.
The pneumonia vaccine is $25.
Medicare, Part B, will cover the
cost for a one-time-only pneumonia
vaccine. A copy of your Medicare
card is required. If you have
Medicaid/HMO or HMO coverage,
yod will need to receive your Vac-
cine from your health care provider
or pay for the vaccine upon receipt.
Nov. 14: East Citrus
Community Center, 9907 E. Gulf-
to-Lake Highway, Inverness.
Nov. 21: West Citrus
Community Center, 8940 S.
Veterans Drive, Homosassa.
Nov. 28: Apache Shores Arts
and Crafts Club, 4789 N. Apache
Trail, Hernando.
Web address: http://www.
citruscountyhealth.org/.
Educational seminars
Huffman's invites the public to
attend the following presentations.
Holiday Baking I Cooking
Class, presented by David Bibbey,
chef, at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov.
15. Gather around and share some


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for comfort and dignity. The
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opportunity there is to live life
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Raw, sore lip may need treatment


Having raw, painful lips presents itself is that the lower
is tolerable if the prob- lip is raw. The condition does
lem lasts only a few not crop up suddenly, like a
days, and short-lived symptoms cold sore, but it usually devel-
don't usually indi- ops through the
cate any chronic years.
problems. The lower lip has
However, as we multiple, small
get older, a raw, .. open areas that
painful lip that become covered
gradually develops with a yellow scale
and persists for a *--. or crust.
long time can indi- Patients typically
cate a more in- will pick at the scale
volved or serious Dr. Denis Grillo or crust, which
problem. leads to bleeding.
The terms we use EAR, NOSE And except for a
are angular cheilitis & THROAT small red ring
and actinic cheilitis. around the crust,
Both are common as we age. the rest of the lip is pink, but
The angular type of cheilitis usually dry to the touch.
is seen in the corners of the Both conditions, as I men-
mouth. tioned, are seen later in life
Usually, there is a fissure or and can be attributed to
crack, which leads to an open decreased protection of the
area that likewise can be sore, skin and decreased lubrication
or with eating, certain foods from saliva.
may even burn. Other contributing factors
Actinic cheilitis is usually include iron deficiency or vita-
seen on the surface of the min B complex anemias or
lower lip and the usual way it even something as simple as


holiday cheer, it's our favorite time
of the year. Learn easy baking tips
that are sure to delight your family
and friends.
Holiday Baking II Cooking
Class, presented by David Bibbey,
chef, at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov.
17. One slice or two? Since it's the
holidays, why not have two? We
have more great holiday recipes
that are fast and easy to prepare.
These free events are held at
Huffman's Heritage Whole Foods
Inc., 430 Kings Bay Drive, Crystal
River. Call 795-2233 for more infor-
mation.
Heart health
"Heart-Healthy Eating" from 2 to
4 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 16, in the
Citrus Memorial Hospital
Auditorium, on the corner of Grace
Street and Osceola Avenue,
Inverness, will examine diet as an
important part of a healthy lifestyle.
This program will be repeated
every month. Those who want to
maintain a healthy lifestyle by eat-
ing well might get the information
they need first time around, but
some people attend more than
once a year, just for a refresher.
The presenter is Citrus Memorial
dietitian Penny Davis, R.D., L.D.,
who will discuss the right way to
eat to improve your.health and pre-
vent heart disease.
The free program is open to the
public. Registration is required by
calling 344-6513. Reserved parking
for the program will be available in
the hospital's "Q" parking lot, on
the opposite corner of Grace Street
and Osceola Avenue.
Long-term care
The Withlacoochee Long-Term
Care Ombudsman Council will
conduct its next meeting at 12:30
p.m. Thursday, Nov. 17, in the


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Lake-Sumter Community College
Conference Room at 1405 County
Road 26A, Sumterville.
The council is made up of local
ombudsmen whose goal is to
improve the quality of life and care
of residents of long-term care facili-
ties. An ombudsman is a specially
trained and certified volunteer who
has been approved by the gover-
nor and given authority under fed-
eral and state law to identify, inves-
tigate and resolve complaints
made by, or on behalf of, long-term
care facility residents.
Call (352) 620-3088 or e-mail
brennanm@elderaffairs.org.
For Information about Florida's
Long-Term Care Ombudsman
Program, visit http://ombudsman.
myflorida.com.
CPR program
Each year, cardiovascular dis-
ease and sudden cardiac arrest
continue to claim the lives of
335,000 Americans before they
reach the hospital. According to the
American Heart Association
(AHA), almost 80 percent of car-
diac arrest occur at home anrd are
witnessed by a family member.
Early activation of the 911 sys-
tem and CPR can make the differ-
ence between the life and death of


ill-fitting dentures and drool-
ing at night while sleeping with
the mouth open.
While angular cheilitis is not
considered pre-malignant,
actinic cheilitis of the lower lip
can be considered pre-malig-
nant or precancerous.
In addition to these other
risk factors, the lower lip's
extended exposure to sunlight
because it protrudes may be
the factor that makes it more
prone to cancer.
Research suggests that any-
where from 5 percent to 20 per-
cent of people with actinic
cheilitis will develop cancer of
these areas because of the
chronic irritation.
Another contributing factor
to both of these conditions is
loss of connective tissue sup-
port, which is the tissue just
below the skin surface that
helps by re-supplying and reju-
venating the skin as well as
rebuilding it after injury.
Uniform or standard treat-
ment is not well known and
agreed upon.


and the goal is to train 20 million
by 2010.
Many have the desire to take a
CPR class, but cannot coordinate
the class into their busy schedule.
That is where CPR Anytime will be
helpful. In collaboration with
Laerdal Medical, the American
Heart Association has developed
the CPR Anytime for Family and
Friends Personal Learning
Program so that CPR training can
be available to everyone and no
longer limits CPR training outside
the classroom. This self-directed
CPR Training Kit combines a DVD
and a personal inflatable CPR
manikin to make learning the core
skills of CPR easy, convenient,
affordable, and fun. With this kit,
CPR training takes just 22 minutes
and can be done anywhere.
Specially created for people who
don't participate in traditional CPR
training, it features a self-learning
format that uses DVD-based
"watch-and-do" teaching to
increase CPR skills and practice.
Employees, students, their families
anyone can conveniently
practice CPR in-house, learning
essential CPR skills in as little as a
half an hour.
Note: This training kit is not
,'appropriate in place of BLS for


a loved one. The AHA states that k,asVfiyesnohalcrepvir


early CPR can double a cardiac
arrest victim's chance of survival by
maintaining vital blood flow to the
heart and brain until more
advanced care can be given.
Although Nature Coast EMS
AHA Training Center as part of the
AHA network trains people in CPR
and emergency cardiovascular
care, the vast majority of the non-
medical general public does not
know how to perform CPR. The
AHA network educates more than
9 million people in CPR every year


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courses.
Call Jane Bedford, chief training
officer at 746-5422.
ADA rules
Barrier Free America will work
with persons who have disabilities
and the entity involved in comply-
ing with the Americans with
Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA). The


Sometimes treatment can be
as simple as creams and oint-
ments for a three- to four-week
period. Even acid peels that
are done for cosmetic reasons
to smooth out the skin can be
used for this particular prob-
lem.
More aggressive treatments
can include liquid nitrogen
and freezing of the tissue to
stimulate new growth of
healthier tissue and, lastly, sur-
gical excision of these sites,
which might be the best choice
if they are close to being can-
cerous.
In most cases, cheilitis is
superficial and responds to
one of the treatment measures.
Almost in every case, treat-
ment can be done either in the
office or the outpatient surgery
center.


Denis Grillo, D.O., is an ear,
nose and throat specialist
in Crystal River. Call him
at 795-0011.


ADA requires that structural barri-
ers must be removed and provide
equal access to persons with dis-
abilities. Services and programs
must be readily accessible and
available under the ADA to those
who use wheelchairs, have a vision
or speech impairment or any other
disability that requires accommoda-
tion.
Barrier Free America is at the
Golden Eagle Plaza, 3269 S.
Suncoast Blvd., Homosassa;
phone 628-5401.
Children's therapy
Florida Elks Children's Therapy
Services provides free in-home
physical and occupational therapy
to Florida children in need.
Physical therapy concerns the pre-
vention of disability, alleviation of
pain and restoration of function and
mobility. Occupational therapy
assists children in being more func-
tional and independent in their play,
schoolwork and daily living skills.
Applications are reviewed to
determine if the program is appro-
priate for the patient's needs. If
accepted, a regular home visitation
is scheduled by a physical or occu-
pational therapist who is licensed
by the state of Florida. Parents or
guardians are required to be pres-
ent during the therapy sessions so
they may carry out treatments
between the therapist's visits.
Applicants for consideration may
call Walt Mabie at Inverness Elks
Lodge 2522 in Hernando at 344-
3357 before noon Monday through
Friday, West Citrus Elks 2693 at
628-1221 or the Florida program
administrator toll free at (800) 523-
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HAIR
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"Flashdance" looks. The 2005
big-hair look is more about
waves than curls.
"We're coming out of a big
straight (hair) trend and curly
hair is coming back again,"
said Laurie Klinger, a cosme-
tology instructor at the Salon
Professional Academy in
Inverness.
That's good news for her,
since she has naturally curly
hair.
She recalled the horrors of
trying to straighten her hair
back when everyone was wear-
ing theirs Marcia Brady-style,
parted down the middle and
hanging straight
"Years ago, all they had was
either chemical straightening
or you ironed your hair," she
said. "I did mine on my moth-
er's ironing board. Curly hair
wasn't in then, and we did what


we had to do."
Now that she knows better,
she said she would never do
that again. But if she did want
to straighten her hair, she said
there are a dozen or so gadgets
and do-dads on the market that
get the job done.
Like a "CHI," a ceramic flat-
iron straightening device that
costs about $100 and takes
about 10 minutes to straighten
a full head of curls, or so says
naturally curly-haired Melissa
Ekker.
"I do my hair in sections,"
said the Inverness resident "I
blow-dry it, and it's all curly,
then I just do the CHI and it
comes out perfectly straight"
She said the only drawback
is when she doesn't quite get it
straight and it leaves a bump,
"which can ruin my whole
day," she said. "And I keep
burning my ear."
Klinger said these types of
hair devices that use heat, such
as curlers and straighteners,


can get up to 400 degrees.
She said putting 400-degree
heat on your hair, especially
every day, will dry it out at best
and damage it at worst and
advised using a heat-protective
product,
That's what curly-haired-
gone-straight Amanda Kite
does. She uses a heat-protector
straightening serum and "silk
drops" that she said adds shine
and silkiness and tames frizz.
Then her device of choice, a
flat iron that has plates made
with tourmaline crystals, actu-
ally makes her hair shiny.
The whole process, she said,
takes about 35-40 minutes.
"I don't do it every day," she
said.
Which is a good thing, since
curls are back.
"I also use a one-inch curling
iron," she said. "It makes my
curly hair into one-inch spi-
rals."
For big, big subtle curls and
lots of volume, Klinger said


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by Medicare.
It is a diagnostic assay that
measures the chances of distant
recurrence in patients newly
diagnosed with Stage I or II
breast cancer, which is estrogen
receptor positive, lymph node
negative and will be treated
with tamoxifen. Assays are
designed to test levels or pat-
terns of gene expression.
The Oncotype DX assay ana-


lyzes the expression of 21 genes
that seem to correlate with the
relapse-free survival in patients
diagnosed with early stage
breast cancer.
Patients receive a recurrence
score of 0-100; the higher the
numeric result, the greater the
risk of recurrence. Such infor-
mation would potentially be
helpful in determining the most
appropriate (or appropriately
aggressive) treatment plan per
patient
Currently, it is approved only
in patients treated with tamox-
ifen, and further clinical trials


are anticipated to determine if
it can be used in patients treat-
ed with other hormone thera-
pies, like aromatase inhibitors.
This assay also is being investi-
gated as a predictor of response
to chemotherapy treatment
I did the test for my patient
and her score was fortunately
very low at two. The patient
now has now only a 4 percent
chance of recurrence in the
next 10 years if she takes tamox-
ifen. Obviously, she does not
need chemotherapy.
This test made the decision
easy for the patient and doctor.


Advances like this
in the proper ass
patient's prognosis
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BENNETT
Continued from Page 1C


air, crimping The researchers interviewed
ust-taken-my- the caregivers about their men-
New on the tal health, using questions
ng iron with based on a standard psychi-
plates. The atric diagnostic manual. The
es that look questions were designed to
ughs creates identify major depressive dis-
the one that order, post-traumatic stress dis-
iffle or tire order, generalized anxiety dis-
rendy, crinkly order and panic disorder.
Caregivers also were asked
west thing is whether they had discussed
-barrel iron," their mental health with a
iese usually health care provider or sought
metal finish treatment for a mental health
create a defi- concern. Twenty-six (13 per-
ve effect, one cent) of the caregivers met the
e side of the diagnostic criteria for one or
more of those psychiatric disor-
>n and hair ders. Twenty-one of those 26
yone wants to (80.8 percent) said they had dis-
anymore," cussed a mental health concern
;'s all about with a health care provider
cially what before their loved one was
rally." diagnosed with cancer, but only
12 of them (46.2 percent) had
sought professional help with
S. their mental health after their
loved one's diagnosis.
It is obvious from this study
that these caregivers are expe-
riencing a clinically significant
level of distress, yet they seem
to be neglecting their own men-
tal health needs, quite possibly
because of lack of time, energy
or financial resources associat-
rs ed with caregiving. Previous
Sers research has shown that many
caregivers experience signifi-
cant psychological distress
because of caring for a loved
one with advanced cancer, but
this study is one of only a few to
use actual diagnostic criteria to
identify psychiatric illness.
can help a lot The most common disorder
essment of a among the caregivers was
is and treat- panic disorder, which affected
16 people (8 percent). Only


Dr. Sunil Gandhi is a
hematologist and oncologist
He is the volunteer medical
adviser of the Citrus Unit of
the American Cancer Society.
Send questions or comments
to 521 N. Lecanto Highway,
Lecanto 34461 or e-mail to
sgandhi@tampabay.rr.com or
call 746-0707.


about 3 percent of the general
U.S. population exhibits this
disorder, according to the study
authors, so the finding suggests
caregivers may be more at risk
than others of developing this
problem. Major depressive dis-
order affected nine caregivers
(4.5 percent), eight people (4
percent) exhibited post-trau-
matic stress disorder, and
seven people (3.5 percent) had
generalized anxiety disorder.
Depression is very common
among caregivers of cancer
patients. Most caregivers will
tell you they're sad, depressed,
and grieving. Caregivers are
under a lot of stress, particular-
ly when giving care during a
long period of time or at the
end of life. Doctors should ask
these caregivers questions, ask
them how they are doing and
make referrals to home care
agencies or to organizations
like Hospice of Citrus County
in cases where the caregiver
may need extra guidance with
a particular procedure or care
of their loved one. Likewise,
caregivers need to be assertive
about asking for such referrals
if they feel insecure about what
they must do for their loved
one. One thing caregivers are
unaware of is how helpful a
home care agency or Hospice
can be.


Dr. Bennett is a board-
certified radiation oncologist,
past president of the Citrus
County Unit of the American
Cancer Society and a member
of the board of directors and
the executive committee of
the Florida Division of the
American Cancer Society. You
may contact him at 522 North
Lecanto Highway, Lecanto, FL
34461, or by e-mail at
cjbennett@rboi. org.


ROHAN
Continued from Page 1C..

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NATURE COAST AQUASCAPE, INC.
by Rita Johnson


Turning the green, green
grass of home into blue...

Creating Paradise

Create a place of serenity and beauty with the
help of the experts at Nature Coast Aquascape.
Nature Coast Aquascape has been the undisputed
leader in central Florida for quality and service for the
past nine years, and is the largest certified
Aquascape installer in the state, with a 100%
customer satisfaction record.

What sets Nature Coast Aquascape apart
from the rest? They use the patented system by
Aquascape DesignsTM which includes a skimmer and
BIOFALLS that makes all the difference in having a
water garden that is sparkling clean and healthy with
very little effort. To maintain their status as a Certified
Aquascape Contractor requires meeting the
stringent requirements set by the manufacturer,
which includes yearly training by all crew members
and having the manufacturer make random calls to
customers to rate their satisfaction. Nature Coast
Aquascape's commitment to quality and service is
not only to their customers, but also to assure that
they remain a dealer for the best products on the
market.

Nature Coast Aquascape has chosen to
solely specialize in the area of water features making
them the "Water Garden Specialists", and do not
provide general landscaping services such as
irrigation, general landscaping, outdoor lighting, etc.


If you are going to have a water
installed, sooner or later you will come to the
at Nature Coast Aquascape. Why not have
right to start with?


feature
experts
it done


Stop by the Home & Outdoor Show at the
Crystal River Armory on November 11th & 12th to
see the big display provided by Nature Coast
Aquascape. You can enjoy the show and get the
answers you need to make a decision to start
enjoying a water feature in your own yard. While you
are there, find out about the newest concept in water
gardens a chlorinated water garden that stays
pristine with artificial plants and requires almost no
maintenance at all


Most people prefer the natural ecosystem of
a true water garden, with blooming plants and
beautiful fish. Did you know the "Koi" fish are a
natural treasure in Japan and are passed down
from generation to generation?

Some Koi have been tested to be up to 226
years old! These hardy inhabitants of our water
gardens are responsible for keeping the system
working properly and are one of the five essentials
in a successful natural water garden. The key to
having a low maintenance water garden is to start
with a balanced ecosystem from the initial
installation. Included in this formula: the right pump,
skimmer and BIOFALLS to keep the water moving
and clean; a sufficient number of fish and water
plants to compete for the ecosystem's nutrition and
basically starve algae out of your water garden; a
sufficient amount of rocks and gravel; and
introducing beneficial bacteria to the water on a
regular basis. These components allow the system
to "clean up after itself', requiring only about 15
minutes a month to keep it in perfect order.

Whether you have limited space and can
only squeeze in a pondless waterfall or you can
have a custom water garden, everyone can enjoy
the captivating charms of moving water in your own
yard or lanai. Now is the time and Nature Coast
Aquascape is the place to make your dreams of a
beautiful water garden a reality.

Although most prefer Nature Coast
Aquascape to custom design and install their water
garden, they also offer the finest manufactured
parts on the. market for the do-it-yourselfers,
complete with instructional videos and expert
advice.

Whether Nature Coast Aquascape installs
your water feature or not, they have a full-time
maintenance crew that will do a monthly check on
your water garden to keep it in balance and good
working order, for a totally maintenance-free water
garden.

Poolside Waterfalls

Did you know you could add a cascading
waterfall flowing into your existing pool?


Nature Coast Aquascape also does
poolside waterfalls. In a matter of minutes you can
instantly change an ordinary pool into a tropical
setting with a self-contained waterfall.

For the ultimate transformation, let the
experts at Nature Coast Aquascape create a real
waterfall using the same rock formation
techniques you see at theme parks such as
Busch Gardens and Adventure Island. They can
be as modest or elaborate as your imagination will
allow. Picture an entire area beside your pool with
rocks and plants and a large waterfall that looks
as if nature had created it.

Poolside waterfalls are the fastest growing
trend in water features. Make your lanai even
more inviting and private with a custom waterfall
created exclusively for your setting. The cost for
this dramatic transformation in your lanai area
starts as low as $4,000. Ask the experts for
photos of recent installations to help you envision
what a difference this addition can make around
your pool.

Depending on the size of your lanai you
may also choose to add a small indoor custom
water garden so that you can enjoy the beauty &
serenity with out going outside.

"Natural" Lakes
When space is no problem and
imagination is running wild and free, the experts
at Nature Coast Aquascape have created actual
"lakes" that are up to 250 feet long or more -
stocked with bass and bluegill and ready to enjoy
or practice fly fishing. Although several lakes have
been installed on commercial properties in the
area, private homes are also seizing the
opportunity. One local resident had installed an
80' x 100' lake on the high point of his land with a
250' stream with waterfalls winding down the hill
into a larger lake. Needless to say, this dramatic
transformation skyrocketed his property values
and created a setting unlike any other in Central
Florida.


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"Our experience with Nature Coast Aquascape was
outstanding The water garden is "exactly" what we
wanted. Nature Coast Aquascape employees
worked together as a team from start to finish It
was like watching art in action. When they left
everything was as clean as a whistle."
Joyce & John


"Just a quick note to say thank you for
helping me with my magnificent water
garden. What used to be a hum-drum simple
back yard has been transformed into my
very own unique relaxing hideaway. The
sound of the waterfalls is so soothing as the
water plays over the rocks and the
atmosphere is perfectly magical with all of
the sparkling natural beauty to see. There is
no place else I can go and feel so peaceful
and so far away from the hustle and bustle of
the every day world. Thanks to the expertise
of your design team and the impressive
professionalism during the installation, as
well as the superb products made by
Aquascape Designs, I have my very own
piece of Heaven on Earth complete with
magnificent ambience. Suffice it to say, I
impatiently await the time when I can retreat
to the solace of my special paradise every
day!"
Sincerely,
Victoria


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we'd bring him back for the waterfall" had done such a wonderful job with our water garden, we knew we'd
bring him back for the waterfall. Rich designed the rocks around
the pool based on what we wanted, I wanted flat rocks; it's a throwback from my days in Vermont, I guess. A designer can't envision eve-
rything, but Rich was absolutely spot on in creating what we wanted. We are out here for breakfast, lunch and dinner most days, it's so re-
laxing. I find the waterfall so peaceful, I can totally lose myself in the sound and sight of it. I wouldn't trade it for anything."
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"Eight weeks ago it was hard for me to do the things I enjoyed most in life.
My back pain was to the point that I thought surgery was my only option.
After only 20 treatments with the DRX9000T I am living pain free!"
MICHAEL RICHARDS, TAMPA, FL


At Florida DRX our goal is to return each patient to a more active,
enjoyable lifestyle. Mark Fallows, D.O. and Mark Hashim, M.D. have
treated thousands of patients for low back pain, neck pain, sciatica,
spinal stenosis, facet syndrome, herniated discs, degenerative disc
disease and many other common and uncommon pain syndromes. Drs.
Fallows and Hashim are the first and only medical physicians in Citrus
County to utilize the DRX9000.
Today, low back pain is one of the most significant health problems
facing Americans according to the National Institutes of Health. With 85
percent of all people having back pain at some time in their lives, NIH
notes that back pain is the most frequent cause of activity limitation in
people less than 45 years of age. Thanks to a new technology, Florida
DRX is able to offer their patients a highly effective non-surgical solution
to this growing health concern.
Over ten years ago, NASA was the first to investigate the effects of
spinal decompression on intervertebral discs during space travel. NASA
found that astronauts were relieved of low back pain in the anti-gravity
state. In addition, it was found that the disc height was actually increased
during a space mission. The question then became how to successfully
reproduce the environment here on earth.
Axiom Worldwide, a medical manufacturing company located in Tampa,
FL, answered the question. By combining proven scientific principles
along with the latest technological developments, their specialized team
of physicians and medical engineers developed a system that could
decompress lumbar discs relieving pressure on the spinal nerves caused
by disc herniations, degenerative disc disease, sciatica and posterior
facet syndrome. With the DRX9000TM system's advanced computerized
technology, Florida DRX is now able to offer their patients an efficacious
treatment for low back pain. Proprietary software allows our clinic to
record daily treatment for proper documents .and accurate patient
monitoring in compliance with HIPPA regulations. The automatic
shoulder support system helps to stabilize the patient's upper body.
While the DRX9000TM automatically adjusts to the proper angle of
distraction, a lordotic air bladder system acts as a fulcrum to the angle of
pull, allowing Drs. Fallows and Hashim to target specific lumbar discs.
The distraction forces utilize a logarithmic loading to avoid proprioceptor
response, which would create muscle spasm. The split table design
decreases friction and allows separation of the vertebra, minimizing the
effect of gravity.
Unlike traction, which pulls both muscle and spine, the DRX9000TM
applies forces to decrease intradiscal pressure and enhance fluid
diffusion to the disc. Expanding the space between the bones restores
nutrients and blood flow to the disc, which encourages healing.
Patients undergo a series of 20 treatment sessions; each treatment
lasts between 30 and 45 minutes. Following a session, a cold pack is
applied along with interferential therapy for 15 minutes.
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I have never enjoyed living in Arizona
and have wanted to move for
several years. My husband
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"Jarhead" (R) 1 p.m., 4 p.m.,
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"Chicken Little" (G) 12:45
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"Saw II" (R) 1:20 p.m., 4:10
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"Legend of Zorro" (PG)
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Crystal River Mall 9; 564-6864
"Jarhead" (R) 1:35 p.m., 4:40
p.m., 7:40 p.m., 10:30 p.m.
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selective regarding whom yb take 'into your confi- poor finisher. Be sure you are equal to what you begin.
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ment of your resources may tid pmbered among your when partaking in many of the good things life has to
.. better assets today, but be car, i when handling funds offer. Overindulging always produces penalties.
,,* for yourself and others. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) Although you innately
Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) The ends do not know what is the most expeditious way of doing things
always justify the means, and today may be one of today, you may still act against your better judgment
those times. Don't do anything that would put your rep- and create more work for yourself than needed.
utation on the line. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) If you are charged with
Pisces (Feb. 20-March 20)-- Disguising your true performing a critical task today, it would be wise on your
motives when dealing with otfhrs could prove to be part to have a back-up prepared to check your work.
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RN
For Endoscopy center.
No endoscopy exp.
necessary. Part time
Or PRN Position.
Hours 7-3. Fax resume
to: (352) 563-2512

RN FULL-TIME
For a growing
medical practice,
excellent pay
with benefits.
Fax Resume to:
352-746-6333

RN WEEKEND
SUPERVISOR
Avante at Inverness
is currently
accepting
applications for a
Weekend Supervisor.
This candidate must
have a valid Florida
Registered Nurse
License. Top of the
line wages.
Please apply in
person at:
304 S. Citrus Ave.
Inverness, FL or
fax resume to
352-637-0333.
You can also email
resume to:
tcvypretavante


RN's/LPN's
Occupational
Therapist
Now Hiring-PRN
Looking for extra $ for
The Holidays?
Excellent Visit rates
& mileage.
A+ Healthcare
Home Health
(352) 564-2700

SERVICE REP

for local DME comp-
any Must have clean
driving record and
drug free. CDL a plus.
Experience preferred,
but will train the right
person. 344-9637


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Is seeking a
3-11 RN
House Supervisor

Must be Florida
licensed. Medicare
experience preferred.
Must be able to
multi-task, follow up
and supervise other
staff. Must possess
excellent assessment
skills. Excellent pay
& benefits.
Apply in person to
2730 W Marc
Knighton Ct. Lecanto
or fax resume to
352-746-9666

SURREY PLACE
OF LECANTO
is seeking to fill a
limited number of
CNA Positions
in our PRN Pool
We offer:
/ Pay for Experience
/ 25% Premium Pay
/ Weekend Premium
Pay
/ Shift Diferentiall

We Are Also
Seeking to fill
FT 3-11 CNA
positions.
We offer:
/ Pay for Experience
/ Shift diferentlal
/ Weekend premium
pay
/ Plus sign on bonus
All interested
CNA's please
apply in person to

Surrey Place
2730 W Marc
Knighton Ct. Lecanto
or Fax resume to
352-746-9666

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Your world first.
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CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


EARN AS YOU LEARN
CNA Test Prep/CPR
Continuing Education
341-2311/Cell 422-3656

WE'RE EXPANDING
DENTAL ASSISTANT
& DENTAL
HYGENTIST
Must have crown,
bridge & temporary
skills.
Please fax your
resume to:
352-465-3009



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A TREE SURGEON
Uc.&lns. Exp'd friendly
serve. Lowest rates Free
estimates,352-860-1452
A WHOLE HAULING
& TREE SERVICE
352-697-1421 V/MC/D
www.ataxidermist.com
F "AFFORDABLE, q
| DEPENDABLE,
HAULING CLEANUP,
I PROMPT SERVICE I
I Trash, Trees, Brush, I
Apple. Furn, Const,
I Debris & Garages |
352-697-1126
All Tractor & Truck Work,
Deliver/Spread. Clean
Ups, Lot & Tree Clearing
Bush Hog. 302-6955
DAVID'S ECONOMY
TREE SERVICE, Removal,
& trim. Ins. AC 24006.
352-637-0681 220-8621
DOUBLE J STUMP
GRINDING, Mowing,
Haullng,Cleanup,
Mulch, Dirt. 302-8852
D's Landscape & Expert
Tree Svce Personalized
design. Cleanups &
Bobcat work. Fill/rock &
Sod: 352-563-0272.
Dwayne Pariier's Tree
Removal. Free estimate
Satisfaction guaranteed
Lic. (352) 628-7962
R WRIGHT TREE SERVICE,
tree removal, stump
grind, trim, lns.& Uc
#0256879 352-341-6827
STUMP GRINDING
LUc. & Ins. Free Est.
Billy (BJ) McLaughlin
352-212-6067
STUMPS FOR LE$$
"Quote so cheap you
won't believe Itl"
(352) 476-9730
OLD HICKORY TREE
SERVICE. Call Dave
(352) 527-8253




10% OFF & LOW
RATES
On Site Repairs & Serv-
Ice. All Issues 697-9599
COMPUTER TECH MEDIC
On site Repairs
Internet Specialists
(352) 628-6688


20% OFF!! FREE EST.
Nobody beats our
prices or quality.
352- 697-9599
vChris Satchell Painting
& Wallcovering.All work
2 full coats.25 yrs. Exp.
Exc. Ref. Lic#001721/
Ins. (352) 795-6533
All Phase Construction
Quality painting & re-
pairs. Faux fin. #0255709
352-586-1026 637-3632
CHEAP/CHEAP/CHEAP
DP Pressure Cleaning
& Painting. Licensed &
Insured. 637-3765
George Swedlige
Painting- Int./Ext.
Pressure Cleaning- Free
est. 794-0400 /628-2245
INTERIOR/EXTERIOR
& ODD JOBS. 30 yrs
J. Hupchick Lic./Ins.
(352) 726-9998
MICHAEL DAVIDSON
20+ yrs. exp. Painting
contractor/ handyman
Uc.3567 (352) 746-7965
Mike Anderson Painting
Int/Ext Painting & Stain-
ing, Pressure Washing
also. Call a profession-
al; Mike (352) 628-7277
PICK YOUR COLOR
PAINTING
Interior- Exterior. Faux
Fair Prices. Owner on
Job. Free Est., Insur.
(352) 212-6521







Unique Effects-Painting,
In Bus. since 2000,
Interior/Exterior
17210224487
One Call ,To Coat It All
352-344-9053
Wall & Ceiling Repairs
Drywall, Texturing,
Painting, Vinyl. Tile
work. 30 yrs. exp.
344-1952 CBC058263


Affordable Boat Maint.
& Repair, Mechanical,
Electrical, Custom Rig.
John (352) 746-4521
QUALITY OUTBOARD
REPAIRS, Full & dock
side service. Morrill
Marine (352) 628-3331




AT YOUR HOME Res,
mower & small engine
repair. Lic#99990001273
Bob, 352-220-4244


Installations by
Brian CC2303
We'e & "y limited I y your tiwaiaUi l
352-628-7519






Siding, Soffit & Fascia, Skirting, Roofovers,
Carports, Screen Rooms, Decks, Windows, a
Doors, Additions .


-"s-athtub"Carpt
NLs ilfl W-MBR


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




ALTERATIONS Men
& Women's, Custom
Sewing by Appt. Only.
352 601-2090




CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY
Modern & antique.
Denny, 628-5595
or 464-2738








any shift, any time
1 &yrs. exp.
(352) 341-0082




VChris Satchell Painting
& Wallcovering.All work
2 full coats.25 yrs. Exp.
Exc. Ref. Llc#001721/
Ins. (352) 795-6533


1n-U
#1 Dave's Pressure
Wash & Housecleaning
quality work, affordable
rates. (352) 464-1332
FLORIDAS BEST CARPET
CLEANING. Holiday
Specials/!Weekends
(352) 794-4112
GOT TO CLEAN
Cleaning & Small
Errands done. Tina
352-628-1622/ 476-5560
HOMES & WINDOWS
Serving Citrus County
over 16 years. Kathy
(352) 465-7334
LAURA'S EVERYTHING
Cleaning, windows,
errands, planting,
mulch (352) 613-0754
POOL BOY SERVICES
Pressure Cleaning,
Pool start-ups & weekly
cleaning. 352-464-3967




The Window Man Free
Est., Com./residential,
new construction Lic. &
Ins. (352) 228-7295


Additions/ REMODELING
New construction
Bathrooms/Kitchens
Lic. & Ins. CBC 058484
(352) 344-1620
Aries Contractors LLC
No job too small or too
large! Call Russ, fully in-
sured Lic# CGC 062450
(352) 228-P432
(352) 344-9435
ROGERS Construction
Additions, remodels,
new homes. Most
home repairs. 637-4373
CRC1326872




FL RESCREEN, BBR Const.
Pool cage rescreen,
repairs & rebuild, 29yrs.
exp. Family owned &
operated Ins & CGC.
#1004. 352-563-0104/
352-228-1281
FREEDOM RESCREEN
Pool Cages, Window
Scrns, etc. Will beat all
estimates. Lic# 2815.
(352) 795-2332
Screen rms,Carports,
vinyl & acrylic windows,
roof overs & gutters
Lic#2708 (352) 628-0562




#1 Dave's Pressure
Wash & Housecleaning
quality work, affordable
rates. (352) 464-1332
Amen Grounds Maint.
Complete lawn care &
pressure washing.Free
Est. (352) 201-0777
AUGIE'S PRESSURE
Cleaning Quality
Work, Low Prices. FREE
Estimates: 220-2913
Mike Anderson Painting
Int/Ext Painting & Stain-
ing, Pressure Washing
also. Call a profession-
al, Mike (352) 628-7277
PICARD'S PRESSURE
CLEANING & PAINTING
Roofs w/no pressure,
houses,driveways. 25 yrs
exp. Lic./Ins. 422-1956
POOL BOY SERVICES
Pressure Cleaning,
Pool start-ups & weekly
cleaning. 352-464-3967











"HOME REPAIRS"
Painting, power wash
jobs big & small #1453
(Eng./ Spanish)746-3720


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g ;SAVE$10,
With This Ad. Free Estimates. I
UI/CK SERVI/E -. -----.-.-
Sinks Tubs
Showers Toilets
Sewer & Drain Cleaning


ALL CLEAR
Plumbing & Drain Cleaning
CFC1426746 888-8586-2210 649665


"The Handyman" Joe,
Home Maintenance &
Repair. Power washing,
Painting, Lawn Service
& Hauling. Lic 0253851
(352) 563-2328
A HIGHER POWER
Ceiling fans, -
Lights, etc.
Lic. #999900022251
422-4308/344-1466
AFFORDABLE,
DEPENDABLE
HAULING CLEANUP.
I PROMPT SERVICE I
I Trash, Trees, Brush,
Appl. Furn, Const,
Debris & Garages
352-697-1126

All types of home
repairs.
Lic # 99990003710
(352) 247-6134
Andrew Joehl
Handyman. General
Maintenance/Repairs
Pressure & cleaning.
Lawns, gutters. No job
too small Reliable. Ins
0256271 352-465-9201

GOT STUFF?
You Call We Haul
CONSIDER IT DONEI
Moving,Cleanouts. &
Handyman Service
Lic. 99990000665
(352) 302-2902
HOME REPAIR, You
need It done, we'll do It.
30 yrs. exp. Lic., Ins.
#73490256935,489-9051
L & L HOME REPAIRS
& painting. 7 days wk
Lic #99990003008.
(352) 341-1440
NATURE COAST HOME
REPAIR & MAINT. INC.
Offering a full range of
services.Lic.0257615/Ins.
(352) 628-4282 Visa/MC
Roof Seal Coating &
gutter cin. Reasonable
rates. #99990003710
(352) 637-3604
Wall & Ceiling Repairs
Drywall, Texturing,
Painting, Vinyl. Tile
work. 30 yrs. exp.
344-1952 CBC058263




CITRUS ELECTRIC
All electrical work.
Lic & Ins ER13013233
352-527-7414/220-8171




All of Citrus Hauling/
Moving items delivered,
clean ups.Everything
from A to Z 628-6790
Junk & Debris Removal
Good prices &
prompt service.
(352) 628-1635


r AFFORDABLE, q
DEPENDABLE, I
HAULING CLEANUP,
I PROMPT SERVICE I
Trash, Trees, Brush. |
Appl. Furn, Const,
SDebris & Garages |
352-697-1126
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GOT STUFF?
You Call We Haul
CONSIDER IT DONE
Movlng,Cleanouts. &
Handyman Service
LiUc 99990000665
(352) 302-2902
ON SIGHT CLEANUP
M.H. demolition, struc-
ture fire & Const. debris
cleanup (352) 634-0329
WE MOVE SHEDS
564-0000



CARPET FACTORY Direct
Restretch Clean *
Repair Vinyl Tile *
Wood (352) 341-0909
SHOP AT HOME




All kinds of fences
JAMES LYNCH FENCE
Free estimates,
(352) 527-3431
A 5 STAR COMPANY
Go Owens Fencing.
All types.Free estimates
Comm/Res. 628-4002
ABSOLUTELY BEST
PRICES
Free Estimates. All Types
20 yrs exp. AC#27453
(352) 795-7095, Dallas
BEACH FENCE
Free est., Lic. #0258336
(352) 628-1190
813-763-3856 Cell




John Gordon Roofing
Reas. Rates. Free est.
Proud to Serve You.
ccc 1325492.
628-3516/800-233-5358
Roof Seal Coating &
gutter cln. Reasonable
rates. #99990003710
(352) 637-3604




Benny Dye's Concrete
Concrete Work
All types! Lic. & Insured.
RX1677. (352) 628-3337
BIANCHI CONCRETE
Driveway-Patio- Walks.
Concrete Specialists.
Lic#2579 /Ins. 746-1004
RIP RAP SEAWALLS &
CONCRETE WORK
Lic#2699 & Insured.
(352)795-7085/302-0206


CREATIVE COATINGS
5 TA P.Eh Slp Resistant
Surfaca
No Resealing
i, Ofil -,O0 Rust &
i M drew
Resistant
Wide Range
of Colors
Driveways Pool Decks Any De g
Walk Ways


t10% OFF,

352-628-1313


CONCRETE WORK.
SIDEWALKS, patios,
driveWadVsslabs. Free
estimates. Lic. #2000.
Ins. 795-4798.
DECORATIVE CONCRETE
COATINGS. Renew any
existing concrete,
designs, colors, patterns
Lic. Ins. (352) 527-9247
ROB'S MASONRY
& CONCRETE tear out
Drive & replace, Slab.
SLic.1476 726-6554




Additions/ REMODELING
New construction
Bathrooms/Kitchens
Lic. & Ins. CBC 058484
(352) 344-1620
DUKE & DUKE, INC.
Remodeling additions
Lic. # CGC058923
Insured. 341-2675
Wall & Ceiling Repairs
Drywall, Texturing,
Pnintinn. \/1n1,[ T!|,A


AM SIDING INC.
Vinyl Siding, Soffit
and Fascia, Also
Reside Mobile Homes
352-489-0798, 425-8184




CERAMIC TILE INSTALLER
Bathroom remodeling,
handicap bathrooms.
LIc/lns. #2441 634-1584




Wall & Ceiling Repairs
Drywall, Texturing;
Painting, Vinyl. Tile
work. 30 yrs, exp.
344-1952 CBC058263




4-H HAULING
Dirt, Rock, Clay, Sand,
Ect. Please call for
price. Mike Humphreys
(352)302-7388 or
(352)795-1524
All Tractor & Truck Work,
Deliver/Spread. Clean
Ups, Lot & Tree Clearing
Bush Hog. 302-6955
BUSHHOGGING, Rock,
dirt, trash, & driveways.
Call Sam Johnson
(352) 628-4743.

CITRUS BOBCAT LTD '
Bushhog/Debrls
removal Lic.#3081,*
464-2701/563-1049


D&C TRUCK & TRACTOR
SERVICE, INC.
Landclearing, Hauling
& Grading. Fill Dirt,
Rock, Top Soil & Mulch.
Lic. Ins.(352)302-7096
FLIPS TRUCK & TRACTOR,
Fill Dirt, Rock, Top Soil,
,Mulch & Clay.
You Need It, I'll Get Itl
(352) 382-2253
Cell (352) 458-1023
HAULING
All Aspects, Fill Dirt,
Rock, Mulch, etc.
Lic. Ins. (352) 341-0747
TOP SOIL
Also sand & rock,
8-yd loads.
Call 352-302-6015
VanDykes Backhoe
Service. Landclearing,
Pond Digging &
Ditching (352) 344-4288
or (352) 302-7234 cell



All Tractor & Truck Work,
Deliver/Spread. Clean .
Ups, Lot & Tree Clearing
Bush Hog. 302-6955

CITRUS BOBCAT LTD
Bushhog/Debris
removal Lic.#3081
464-2701/563-1049
DAN'S BUSHHOGGING
Pastures, Vacant Lots,
Garden Roto Tilling
Lic. & Ins. 352- 303-4679
HAMM'S BUSHHOG
SERVICE. Pasture
Mowing, lots, acreage.
Licensed & Insured
(352) 220-8531




D's Landscape & Expert
Tree Svce Personalized
design. Cleanups &
Bobcat work. Fill/rock &
Sod: 352-563-0272
MARK'S LAWN CARE
Trimming, landscaping,
Pressure Washing
(352) 794-4112
Ron & Terri's Custom
Landscaping
specializing in
residential, design,
Installation & cleanup
(352) 422-3686
SUN RAYS
Landscaping
Water gardens, stone
walls, pavers, tree
work, cleanup, etc.
(352) 228-1235




A DEAD LAWN? BROWN
SPOTS? We specialize In
replugging your yard.
Lic/Ins. (352) 527-9247


'Nov..mbne Only n


Renew Any Existing Concretel
DESIGNS COLORS* PATTERNS
Lic./Ins.
352-527-9247


PRO-SCAPES
Complete lawn
service. Spend time
with your Family, not
your lawn. Lic./Ins.
(352) 613-0528
AFFORDABLE,
DEPENDABLE,
HAULING CLEANUP,
PROMPT SERVICE I
1 Trash, Trees, Brush, I
Appl. Furn, Const,
Debris & Garages
352-697-1126

Amen Grounds Maint.
Complete lawn care &
pressure washing.Free
Est. (352) 201-0777
Bill's Landscaping &
Complete Lawn Service
Mulch, Plants, Shrubs,
Sod, Clean Ups, Trees
Free est. (352) 628-4258
CLEAN UP & FREE EST.
JOHN HALL LAWN
MAINT. Reliable.
Lis/Ins(352) 344-2429
DOUBLE J STUMP
GRINDING, Mowing,
Hauling,Cleanup,
Mulch, Dirt. 302-8852
Happy Cuts Lawncare
Be happy with your
lawn again! Remember
if your lawn isn't
becoming to you you
should be coming to us.
(352) 465-8447 or
464-1587
LAWNCARE-N-MORE
Mow, Trim, Beds, Mulch,
Pres. Clean, Hauling,
Fall Clean-up. 726-9570
MARK'S LAWN CARE
Trimming, landscaping,
Pressure Washing
(352) 794-4112
Tony's Quality Lawn
Care, Res./Commercial
Mowing, Haul away
debris. Se Habla
Espanol (352) 628-6022



EML POOLS
Pool cleaning & repair,
Serving Citrus County
32 yrs. Usc & Ins.
(352) 637-1904
MAVEN Pool Maint.
Start enjoying your pool
again! Wkly. chemical
& full service avail. Lic.
(352) 726-1674
POOL BOY SERVICES
Pressure Cleaning,
Pool start-ups & weekly
cleaning. 352-464-3967




Seasoned Oak Fire
Wood, Split, $70, 4x8.
Will Deliver.
(352) 344-2696
FIREWOOD
Oak, Cherry, Hickory
Mix. Seasoned (352)
726-9476 or 860-2214


,KTaISL ruivor Kcn, K
Filters, Jets, Subs, Tanks,
w/ 3yr Warr.-Free Est.
,(352) 563-1911
WATER PUMP SERVICE,
& Repairs on all makes
& models. Lic. AnytimeL
344-2556, Richard






Solar Lights
& More Ocala
oWItoDonewmlhmTheSunI
* Solar Pool Heating
* Solar Skylights
* Solar Attic Fans
* Solar Hot Water
1-800-347-9664
"FREE ESTIMATES"
CW-CA22619/Lic/Ins.j


"MR CIRUSCOUN





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




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




Your'world fi

Need a j6b
or a
qualified
employee?

This area's
#1
employment
source!


Classifieds


SCREEN

SPECIAL
Who are you going to call
when you need screen?
V IiiE SCREEN OUY

.352564.698
Li. /INS

4 TRACK GARAGE SCREEN ,
I$6850 (ON MOST HOMES)
OFFER685 RES
OFFER1EXRESSOON5 I


CLASSIFIED


ADVERTISING
SALES MANAGER

The Sumter County
I Times
newspaper is looking
for a
qualified and experi-
enced
Advertising Sales
Manager
Salary + Commission
Benefit Package

E-Mail Resume to
tjenkins@chronicleon-
line
or fax resume to
352-563-5665
Attention Tricia

MANAGER
Mobile Home Park,
120 spaces, prefer
couple to live in park.
813-789-8331
or fax 813-972-9081
MORTGAGE
BROKER
Experienced Needed
for CR location,
processing and leads
provided. Call Steve
888-681-1313
Office
Asst./Human
Resource Person

Needed in busy
Homosassa Office.
Exp. In Payroll, Human
Resources & Data
Entry. Benefits Avail.
Send resume to:
Tropical Window, Inc.
1731 S. Suncoast Blvd.
Homosassa, FL 34448


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BAKERY HELP
& PKG & DELIVERY
EARLY MORNINGS
Apply Monday Friday
before 10am at
211 N. PineAve., Inv.

EXP. COOK
& EXP. WAIT STAFF
Full Time. Hours Flexible
(352) 447-5572

Exp. Line Cook
& Wait Staff
Exc. wages. Apply at:
CRACKERS
BAR & GRILL
Crystal River

LINE COOK
Flexible hours
experience with good
work ethic. Good pay
and benefits. 746-6855.

NOW HIRING
Various positions
APPLY IN PERSON
Mon-Thurs, 9a-10:30am
or 1:30p-3:30pm
ANGELO'S PIZZERIA
108 W.Main St,,Inverness
NO PHONE CALLS

RESTAURANT
MANAGER
For new Country Club
opening. Exp. In casual
and upper casual
ala carte dining,
Fax resume to
352-746-9863.

VAN DER VALK
FINE DINING HIRING
DISHWASHERS
Please Contact
(352) 637-1140



-Pil

$$$ SELL AVON $$$
FREE gift. Earn up to 50%
Your own hrs, be your
own boss. Call Jackie
I/S/R 1-866-405-AVON


CONSULTANTS
WANTED

For exciting new
business. Phone
(352) 746-7712
for more information.











SALES PEOPLE
NEEDED FOR
Lawn & Pest
Control
Prefer exp. in the pest
control industry.
2 wks paid training,
benefits, company
vehicle.
Apply in Person
Bray's Pest Control
3447 E Gulf to Lk. Hwy.
Inverness

SALES POSITION
AVAILABLE
J.D. Smith Pest Control
(352) 726-3921





$$$$$ $$$$$$'$$
LCT WANTS YOU!!

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

FRAMERS
Local-Steady
352-302-3362


AN EXP. FRAMER &
LABORERS NEEDED
(352) 637-3496
BLOCK MASONS
4 years minimum
experience. Must have
reliable transportation.
Starting at $18 an hour.
Call 352-302-9102
or 352-220-9000
BLOCK MASONS
& CONCRETE
HELPERS
Needed. Top Pay.
352-465-4239
BOX BLADE
TRACTOR
OPERATOR
Exp. Only
(352) 563-1873
Cabinet Installer/
Refacer
Needed Immed. Call
(352) 613-6001

Cable TV
Installers
CTIS, a large, Cable
TV Installation
company, with
multiple offices
throughout the
southeast has
immediate openings
for Cable TV Installers
In the Leesburg area.
Must have truck or
van, valid driver's
license and pass
background and
drug screen.
Earning potential
$500 $1000 weekly
with opportunity for
company growth.
Training Provided.
Call Gary at
352-267-6658
for details and
immediate interview

CARPET, VINYL,
CERAMIC &
LAMINATE
INSTALLERS.
Work yr round. 2 yrs
minimum experience
877-577-1277 Press 5


Dump Truck
Driver/Equipment
Operator

Class A CDL required.
Front End loader exp.
or Boxblade.
Good Opportunity.
Growing Company.
(352) 400-2793

ELECTRICIANS

We have openings
for experienced
residential electri-
cians and helpers.
Apprenticeship train-
ing provided along
with the opportunity
to work with Bill.
Apply in person or
on-line
www.aaudette
electric.com
Or call, 352-628-3064


Dump Truck
Driver Needed

with a clean
record. Call Karen at
(352) 795-4357

Exp. Boat Riggers/
Mechanics
Immediate openings.
Come grow with us!
Nature Coast Marine
Call (352) 794-0094
EXPERIENCED
INSTALLERS

Must have FL Driver's
License & own
transportation.
Apply in person:
Daniel's Heating & Air
4581 S, Florida Ave.
Inverness


EXP. STUCCO
LABORERS &
PLASTERERS
Needed Citrus Co.
Work. Trans. provided.
Vacation.
352-621-1283

Experienced
Plasterers,
and Laborers
Starting pay
Plasterers $16.00/hr.
Laborers $10./hr.
Local work. Must
have transportation
(352)628-5878/Iv msg

F/T DRIVER
Class B CDL. Exp'd
dump preferred.
628-6414










TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2005 315C


S EXP. PAINTERS
Wanted. Lonny Snipes
Painting, Cell, 400-0501
Frame Carpenter
& Laborer
Citrus Co. Contr.
seeking exp. frame
carpenter capable of
L performing typical
residential & light
commercial framing
Inc. truss work. Not
looking for a ground
man. Also seeking
reliable frame crew
laborer. Opportunity to
advance to framer
position. Valid driver
license & reliable trans.
req'd. Permanent, full
., tinle position. Vacation
& holiday pay. Steady
work. Competitive pay.
No traveling req'd.
(352) 726-0973
Ask for Paul
FRAMER & HELPER
For Inverness Area.
(352) 418-2014
FRAMERS &
SHELTERS WANTED
Most tools supplied.
Call Butch
352-398-5916
FRAMERS
(WOOD FRAMING)
We're the largest
framing company in
the state. We pay
more, have great
benefits, and have
the best chance for
advancement.
Call us to make
more money.
Bill: 352-279-1709
OR
Carpenter
Contractors of
America, Inc.
1-800-959-8806
www.carpenter
contractors.com
HEAVY EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR
For 644 loader & 450
Dozer.Call Ken Murphy
(352) 795-4820
IMMEDIATE OPENING

QUALIFIED
RESIDENTIAL
ELECTRICIAN
MIn 2 yrs. Exp., Good
driving record req.
Insurance, paid Sick,
Holiday & Vacation
Apply in person
S&S ELECTRIC
2692 W. Dunnellon Rd.
CR-(488) Dunnellon
746-6825
EOE/DFWP

Maintenance PT
Apply in person:
SMon, Wed, Fri.
S Inglls Villas
33 Tronou Dr.
Inglls Fl 34449
Ph: 352-447-0106
Fax: 352-447-1410

MASONS
MASON TENDERS
LABORERS
CONCRETE HELP
Steady local
commercial work
WAVECREST MASONRY
(352)746-9191
MASONS
Must have own
trans 352-795-6481
or 352-302-3771
MASONS &
MASON TENDERS
S Steady Citrus Co. work.
$10/hour to start.
Start Immediately
352-302-2395
MECHANIC

Accepting
applications for
experienced Truck
and Construction
Equipment
Mechanic. The
position requires
supervisory skills to
coordinate &
manage
maintenance facility.
Full Time
employment,
Including benefit
package.
PAVE- RITE
3411 W. Crlgger Ct.,
Lecanto.
352-621-1600
DFWP/EOE

Mechanic
Needed for
AMF pinspotter & bldg.
maint.Apply In person
to Lars at Manatee
Lanes, Crystal River.
DFWP

PARTY CHIEF
Needed for Road
Construction
Company.
Good pay and
benefits.
Call (352) 383-0219
EOE/DFWP











PLASTERERS &
LABORERS
Must have
transportation.
352-344-1748

PRODUCTION/
MECHANIC

Great Southern Wood


Preserving Inc.,
is seeking a goal
oriented,
dependable, safety
conscious person to
become part of our
team. Individuals
would need some
mechanical
background & be
willing to work the
2nd and/or the
3rd shift.
We offer competitive
wages, health care
& 401K.
Please apply In
person at:
194 CR 527A
Lake Panasoffkee,
Fl33538
Or call Sean 0 Dell
(352) 793-9410
Drug Free Work Place
EOE


ROOFERS
Exp. with sheet metal
work. Top pay and
benefit package.
352-428-3275 or
888-766-3001

Roofing Foreman
Exp. with commercial
single ply, built-up,
modified. Top pay &
benefits
352-428-3275 or
888-766-3001

RVTECH

| See Bonita
COMO AUTO SALES
I 1601 W. Main St. I
SHwy. 44, Inverness |
(352) 344-1411

TRUCK SERVICE
TECHNICIAN
NEEDED

Must have CDL &
Dealer level exp.'
ASE Certifications a
plus, OEM & Engine
training avail. Experi-
enced Technician
need only to apply.
Sign on bonus/full
benefits/top payl
800-226-4228





Backhoe
Operator

Class A CDL, for
septic system
installations. Call (352)
726-2138 for appt.

























































































BOXBLADE
OPERATOR
exp'd, clean driving
record, CDL not
required, call
352-621-3478 dfwp
Carpet & Vinyl
Installer.
Must pass background
check. (352) 563-1950
EXPERIENCE

WOK IT


EfIt Trade
cf~m / iI Is


Call for Interview
(352) 465-5015
JOBS GALORE!!!
www.AAA
EMPLOYMENT.NET


7 N. Wadsworth Avenue
Home Features: Built in 1965; Living area
1,076; 1 car Carport; Wall UnitAir Conditioning;
Terrazzo Floors; 8 Foot Ceilings; 2 Bedroom, 1
Bath with Florida Room.
Real Estate will be sold promptly at 10am; the sale only
takes a few minutes so please be on time. Property sold to.
the last and highest bidder reqardbec of pri.-r

Cal ad Iav a dr- o a or, I MO /, J,:liona. r. '
Ed & Sue Messer. .ou. F ao"teu.:ii-'nt.r '?
(362)726-7533


.mL I Tr
ad^esR^
cjnSills


COOK





Full time. Good
organizational
Skills a must.
Apply at:
Barrington Place
2341 W. Norvell Bryant
Lecanto, Fl
Ask for Pat
COUNTER HELP
For local tennis club.
Shifts available
weekday mornings,
weekday, evenings
and weekend
mornings. Call 249-1115
for information.
DEPENDABLE
CLEANING TECHS
Needed In Inverness
Area. Evenings. Good
Pay w/ benefits.
(352) 748-4855




































DOMINO'S PIZZA
Is Now hiring
Full & Part time
DRIVERS
Must be reliable,
polite, & have a good
driving, record.
$9-$15 hr
Other positions also
available.
inverness 637-5300

FRONT DESK
CLERK
Mid Shift, 3-11
Sun Thurs.
Apply at Homosassa
Riverside Resort
(352) 628-2474

FULL TIME
GENERAL
CLEANING
PERSON NEEDED
For homes & post
construction cleanup.
Apply in Person only
Mon- Fri 9am-4pm
275 NE US Hwy 19
Crystal River

SertuiceMASTER
sGean


GENERAL
MAINTENANCE

Part Time/Full Time
Hours Vary. Able To
Work Weekends.
Able To Lift 50 Ibs.
Relate Well To People.
Accepting
Applications.
Rainbow Rivers Club
20510 The Granadda
(352)489-9983

HOUSEKEEPER

Experience required.
Multi function job.
Energetic, organized
& caring individual w/
good customer
service skills.
30 hrs a week.

Apply at:
Barrlngton Place
2341 W. Norvell Bryant
Lecanto, FIl


























JANITORIAL
2 Full time positions, 1 In
Ocala, 1 In Dunnellon
Must Have references


CnITRS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


LABORERS NEEDED
No exp. necessary
Benefits offered. Valid
Drivers Lic. & Heavy
Lifting Required
Gardners Concrete
8030 Homosassa TrI.
LAWN SERVICE
PERSONNEL

Exp. Only, top pay
352-726-1489, 212-3690
MaiOtenance
Person
Various maintenance
work & roofing.
Must have own tools &
transportation.
Please call
(352) 795-1101
NOW HIRING
FRONT DESK
Apply in person,
Bella Oasis, Hwy.19,
Homosassa Springs


On Top of the World
Communities

CONTRACT
ADMINISTRATOR
New sale contract
experience required. Must
be detail oriented, organized,
able to multi-task and be
proficient in various computer
software packages.
Must be a team player
with excellent customer
service skills.

BENEFITS
401 K* Medical. Dental
Vision- Life
Send Resumes to:
Human Resources
8447 SW 99" ST RD
Ocala, FL 34481
Or email to:
humanresomfi.net
Or fax to:
352-854-9210

NO PHONE CALLS
PLEASE

Come
"Find your place in
the world"
DFWP/EOE


On Top of the World
Communities

GROUNDS MAINTENANCE
Residential grounds
maintenance. No
experience required.
Full or Part time positions.

GOLF COURSE GROUNDS
MAINTENANCE
Full time. Previous exp.
helpful.

BENEFITS
401K -Medical -Dental
Vision Life
Applications
available at Guard Gates
8447 SW 99"ST RD
Ocala, FL 34481
Come
"Find your place in
the world" c
DFW/ gQE
SALES POSITION
,, AVAILABLE
J.D. Smith Pest Control
(352) 726-3921

SERVICE WRITER
& CERTIFIED
TECHNICIAN
Call (352) 748-7575
Utility Worker
FT- $13.00/br.
Amerigas
(352) 629-7031
Warehouse
& Delivery

Class D Lic., good ref.,
$10/hr,, apply 2541 W,
Dunellon Rd. Dunnellon
WE BUY HOUSES
Ca$h........Fast I
352-637-2973
1homesold.com




Join the Volunteer
Corp. at the Old
Courthouse Heritage
Museum in Inv. Learn Fl.
history & make new
friends! Docents,
Office/Store Mgrs.,
Weekdays and/or Sat.
Annual Awards & other
incentives. Call (352)
341-6436 or 341-6427
NEED P/T HELP
AROUND PROPERTY
inside or Outside
Male or Female,
(352) 726-5124
SNACK COUNTER

Help- nights & week-
ends. Over 18. Previous
exp. a plus. Apply in
person Manatee Lanes,
Crystal River. DFWP


TOYOTA
1996, Corolla, 4 dr,
auto, AC, 63k, good
cond, $4,000.
(352) 447-4428




"LIVE AUCTIONS"
www.charliefudge.com
For Upcoming Auctions
1-800-542-3877
ANTIQUE PLAYER PIANO
Euphona 262557
The Cable Company,
Chicago, $500 best of-
fer, sell or trade. (352)
726-2302/726-3046


-4

HOT TUB/SPA, 5 person,
like new, 24 jets, Red-
wood cabinet, 5 HP
pump. Sacrifice $.1475
(352) 286-5647
SPA
W/Therapy Jets. 110
volt, water fall, never
used $1795.
(352) 597-3140
Spal, Hottubl 4-5 person
Deluxe model. Thera-
peutic. Full warr. Sac.
$1,650. 352-346-1711,




5 Trion Electronic
Smoke Eaters, ceiling
mounted 120V, 400 sq.
ft. capacity, $200. ea.,
Lion, Terry 352-382-2462
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
Lic#CAC 057914
Call 352-746-4394

ALL APPLIANCES. NEW
& USED, Warranteed
Refrig, washers, dryers
etc. P6rts & Service
Buy/Sell 352-220-6047
APPLIANCE CENTER
Used Refrigerators,
Stoves, Washers, Dryers.
NEW AND USED PARTS
Dryer Vent Cleanina
Visa, M/C., A/E. Checks
352-795-8882
BRAND NEW
APPLIANCES
Never used. GE/White
Self cleaning Range/
oven, dishwasher &
range hood. $500. (352)
746-5717/522-0203
Chest Freezer. Like
Brand New. No longer
need. $150.
(352) 563-2092
DRYER, MAYTAG, white,
gas, like new cond.,
multi function hook up
$140 obo
(352) 860-1097
Electric Self Cleaning
Stove w/ hood,
like new, $150.
(352) 563-1677
Freezer
22 cu. ft., upright,
excellent condition
$450.
(352) 382-5428
FRIGIDAIRE CHEST
FREEZER, $125
WASHER & DRYER
$100 each
(352) 860-0325
cell 287-9527
GE 17.7 cubic ft.
Refrig./freezer. Frost-
free, almond color. $95.
(352) 628-7937
GE Dishwasher
White
Exc. cond. $75.
(352) 795-0293
GE REFRIGERATOR
SExc. cond, $350.
(352) 621-1271
HARDWICK
gas stove, $125;
(352) 726-3464
KENMORE STOVE
& HOOD
Electric, almond.
$75.
(352) 503-3236
Kenmore, Side by Side
refrig. Ice & water in
door. Almond.
Everything works great
$225. (352) 344-5685
Upright Freezer,
$75, OBO.
(352) 726-6539
WASHER OR DRYER,
$135 Clean, like new
cond.Guaran, Free Del.
& Instal. (352) 797-6090
Whirlpool, 21.6 cubic ft.,
side by side with ice
maker. Excel. cond.
$175.00
(352)746-1184
Whirlpool, white side by
side Refrigerator &
Oven, both 7 years old
good cond. $250, ea.
(352) 746-0183


MAGNAVOX VCR
$15, like new,
hardly used.
(352) 637-6482




6' FRENCH INTERIOR
DOORS, wood, no
frame, $75 ea. set.
(352) 795-0293
NEW LANDSCAPE MATS
10 8'4x4 PT; 95 5/4x8' PT;
18 green poles 6-13';
250 fire bricks; 15 used
4x5x10' $800 takes all
(352) 637-1326
USED DOORS
1 ext wood, 5 int luan.
Good condition.
Make offer. Floral City
560-7166




COMPUTER DESK
with chair,
like new, $60
(352) 341-0786
DIESTLER COMPUTERS
Internet service, New &
Used systems, parts &
upgrades, Visa/
MCard 637-5469
http://www.rdee.net




2001 MITSUBISHI
TRACTOR 25HP, 4ft
bushhog, 4ft back
blade, boom pole,
$5,800 obo
(352) 423-2795
16ft. Diamond plate
Gooseneck Trailer, 3'
dove tail, built on ramps
$2,500. Hay Dolly, $700.,
8ft. 81/2', 3 pt. hitch Disc,
new $1,200., other misc.
items, (352) 212-7712
FORD
1984, 5610 Tractor, 700
actual hrs., w/ attach-
ment & trailer, $12,000.
obo (3521 418-1494


HOMOSASSA
HUGE MULTIFAMILY
YARD SALE FRI. AND
SAT. BY 6 W. STATE
'ST., HOMOSASSA




FAMILY SEW & VAC -
CENTER -
Wants all
SEWING & VACCUM
customers to know, we
are pleased with your
participation in our
Sales and Service
for over 12 years We
are so pleased that for
the next 60 days take
50% off any Sewing or
Vacuum Service.
Come in or call
(352) 344-4441
7679 N Carl G. Rose
Hwy (SR200)
Hernando


DINETTE SET
42" w/ leaf, dark wood
w/ gold trim, 4 fabric
caster chairs w/ wood
arms $200
(352) 563-0404
Dining/Kitchen Set
Wood grained. Tbl.
41X41 ",w/18" leaf, 4
padded arm chairs on
castors. Gd. Cond.
$200. (352) 382-7473
ENTERTAINMENT CENTER
solid oak, $750
(352) 634-1895
Entertainment Center,
Solid Oak, 56" wide x 58"
high, $200. Oak Kitchen
Table w/ 4 chairs & 2
leafs. Excel. Cond.$400.
(352) 726-0995
KID'S DRESSER, BED,
& ceiling fan. $120
(352) 527-0584,
leave message.
King Size Sealey Double
Pillow top mattress &
boxsprings, w/sheets,
$375. (352) 527-9448
KINGSIZE BOXSPRING &
MATTRESS, good shape,
$50 KINGSIZE FEATHER
DOWN COMFORTER,
$35 (352) 637-6952
Large Paisley, Chenille,
Living Room Chair,
matching ottoman,
both $80.
(352) 382-0619
LIGHT OAK COUCH with
dusty pink pillows, $400
LARGE OAK COFFEE
TABLE with glass inserts,
$100 (352) 726-7982
LIVING RM FURN.
Leather Sofa, loveseat,
large chair, coffee &
2 end tables, $800
(352) 746-2894
Living Room Set, 3
pieces: Sofa, Love Seat
& chair, $175
Dining Rbom Set,
whicker w/ 6 chairs,
glass topS 150.
(352) 795-4027
Loveseat, taupe,
velveteer, excel, cond.
$50. Glass Patio Table,4
cushion chairs,
bamboo look, metal
$100. (352) 726-5584
MUST MOVE. LIKE NEW
KITCHEN TABLE, solid
pine, glasstop, leaf, 6
chairs, $350 3 BAR
STOOLS $45 for all
(352) 726-6467
New Bassett Twin
Bedroom Set
Linens & other items
included. $1,500/0BO
(352) 613-8039
Oak Glass Top End
Table, $50. Microwave
Cart, $100. Excel Cond.
(352) 726-0995
Oversized chair
& ottoman, $25
Small Desk $15.
(352) 746-6717
PAUL'S FURNITURE
New Inventory daily
Store Full of Bargains[
Tues-Fri 9-5 Sat 9-1
Homosassa 628-2306
Preowned Mattress Sets
from Twin $30; Full $40
Qn $50; Kg $75.
628-0808
QUEEN BED
With mattress, box
springs, headboard.
$275 obo.
(352) 200-6232
Recliner, blue, good
cond, $150.
Recliner, Naugahyde,
black, foot stole, $75.
(352) 489-8752
Sofa & Loveseat
$400.
End Tables I coffee
table $100.
excellent condition
(352) 726-3477
SOFA & LOVESEAT
Beige leather, 3 Iron
tables,chair
w/ottoman, burgandy
w/taupe & bik stripes.
$400. (352) 527-9448
SOFA- 82" RECLINER.
Like new. Mauve, gray
& blue blends. $400
(352) 746-3876
Table & 4 chairs,
$45.
Antique Settee,
$45.
(352) 795-3394
The Path's Graduates,
Single Mothers,
Needs your furniture.
Dining tables, dressers
& beds are needed.
Call (352) 527-6500




95 Craftsman Garden
Tractor w/ scraper
blade on rear. Good
Cond. Asking $800.
(352) 628-6941
02' Torro 52" Z Master, 25
kohler, 1200 hrs., $5,000.
(352) 220-1159
Craftsman Rider, 38"
cut, 10hp, Briggs &
Stratton, runs good.
$300. (352) 527-0722
FREE REMOVAL OF
Mowers, motorcycles,
Cars. ATV's, Jet skis,
3 wheelers. 628-2084
JOHN DEERE
Weed Wacker
Gas, $40.
Hedge trimmer, $20
(352) 637-0726
Leaf Vacuum
w/ bag, 3V/2 Horse, $75.
Highwheel Lawn Mower
Self propel, 22" ,5/2H
(352) 746-6405
MURRAY RIDING
MOWER & cart, exc.
cond. $550
Yard blower vac, $40.
(352) 637-0726
SEARS CRAFTSMAN
15.5HP, elec. start lawn
tractor, 42 cut, $450
(352) 746-6822
Very large Staghorn
Fern. 80+ Ibs., $300.
(352) 344-0980


* BURN BARRELS *
$10 Each
Call Mon-Fri 8-5
860-2545
1 Queen Sz. Beauty Rest
Opulent Jewel Mattress,
like new
$200. (352) 746-4450
2 NEW BELT DRIVE
GARAGE DOOR
OPENERS:
Chamberlain, 2280 pro-
fessional grade w/ rail.
Craftsman 53964 w/ rail,
$200 for both .
(352) 637-5209
4 Tickets To Universal
Islands of Adventure.
$200. Over $270 value.
(352) 382-1211

2005

SPECIALS
6 lines 10 days
Items totalling
$1-$150...........$6.50
$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

ADJUSTABLE
BED/MATT
Queen $350.
(352)476-8828, After 7:00
call (352)563-2349
BARN SHAPED SHED
12x24, w/electric
hookups,
$300.
(352) 795-4770
BRAND NEW PORTABLE
TITAN GENERATOR,
diesel, 7500, zero time
used, asking $3,000 obo
(352) 344-4150
CARPET
1000's of Yards/In
Stock. Many colors.
Sacriflce352-527-1528
CARPET FACTORY Direct
Restretch Clean *
Repair Vinyl Tile* .
Wood (352) 341-0909
SHOP AT HOME
CEILING FAN
with light kit, $20
NEW MECHANIC'S
DOLLY $15
(352) 341-0786
CLUB CLOSING Bingo
machine, display
* board, cards, chips &
Bingo paper & many
more extras, $350'
obo (352) 344-0727
Cockatiel Cages
& dressers
$75. for all
(352) 637- 9521
David Bramblett
(352) 302-0448








Ust with me & get a
Free Home Warranty
& No Transaction Fee
(352) 302-0448



Nature Coast
GAS GRILL
Fiesta, cover, gas tank,
good cond. $50.
(352) 382-7473
HANDMADE QUILT
Wedding ring
pattern, pastel shades.
ueen size, $75.
(352) 344-4995
HUMIDIFIER, complete
with filters and
chemicals, $65.
ARISTOCRAT SEWING
MACHINE, $35
(352) 228-7670
KENMORE UPRIGHT
FREEZER, $50;
WEIGHT BENCH
w/welghts, $20.
(352) 746-6717.
evenings
LARGE KENMORE
REFRIGERATOR, almond,
freezer on bottom, $150
LARGE TREADMILL
elec., $15

28x50", psudo Stainless
Steel w/beveled glass
top, $75. COLOR TV 27"
Zenith, w/remote, works
great, $75 352-746-1434
Lt. Oak Larger Kitchen
cabinets.counter tops,
sink. $1200-1500.
(352) 726-7855
MEN'S MED. BLACK
LEATHER JACKET, like
new, $40.
(352) 341-0786
New, White, Kohler,
Pedestal Bathroom Sink,
complete with faucet,
Devonshire model
$150. firm
(352) 564-0933
NEXT BIKE, like new,
you assemble, $35
WHIRLPOOL WASHING
MACHINE, looks and
works good, $80
(352)341-0786
SHED
8x10 Colcraft metal
portable shed. $300
465-2977


NEW NAVY PEACOATS
(4) $100 each.
(352) 503-3236
Shed Full of Flea
Market items
& Toddler bed,
$75. for all
(352) 637- 9521
TOW BAR
Roadmaster, Model
5250, includes steel coil
safety cables. $250.00
Ph 352-527-3693
Vertical Blinds. 13 Sets.
All 29 1/2 wide, 3
lengths, 39",59" & 65".
$15. ea. or $100. for all.
(352) 563-0815
WE MOVE SHEDS
564-0000
Wedding Gown, long
sleeve, size 10, beaded
& sequined, head
piece & veil, $150.
(352) 527-1239
Wheel Chair Ramp
all treated lumber,
$900. If interested call
(352) 228-2397




2 Homedic Massagers,
6 motors, from neck to
thighs, adapter for
recliner or car, regular
$100. asking $25.ea
352-795-8983




ANTIQUE PLAYER PIANO
Euphona 262557
The Cable Company,
Chicago, $500 best of-
fer, sell or trade. (352)
726-2302/726-3046
BALDWIN EX20 ELECTRIC
KEYBOARD, $300
(352) 726-7982
Baldwin Overture organ
(170) "Moo" Series,
double keybrd, built irr
fun machine, optional
1-finger chording, $600
352-344-0787after Noon
LOWREY GS-2
Double Keyboard. Full
Size. Professional
Organ. Exc. cond. Must
Sell. $1400. OBO
(352) 628-5186.
PIANO
Gulbransen. Pecan
Finish. Good Condition!
$450. Eve 527-8384 Day
212-3329
PIANO
Henry Miller, good
cond., never used,
$800. (352) 726-3735,
or 341-6690
STARTER SYSTEM for
band or DJ, Peavy
powered mixer, Peavy
Black Widow speakers,
many extras, $700
(352) 560-0038
Yamaha Keyboard,
Santa special, big
LCD-61 full sz., keys,
adapter, all books,
portable stand, new in
box $125. 352-795-8983




2 BLACK LEATHER
SOFAS
Good cond. 96 in long.
$75 ea/$100 both/OBO
Floral City 560-7166
EXEC DESK
Solid Oak/Chrome legs.
Good condition.
$100/OBO Floral City
560-7166
Gas Grill & Tank, $50,
King size memory foam
mattress $75.
(352) 527-7223
QUILTS
table lamps, various
household items.
(352) 200-6232




300LB. Weight set, like
new, w/tri-flex adj
bench, w/bar, holds
4501b + 1501b extra, 2
dumbbell bars, $295.
MEN'S 26" Schwinn Bike
$40. G/C. 352-465-2907
Crossbow by Welder,
assembled, never used,
asking $300.
(352) 527-9447
Exercise Bike,
$50.
3 Wheel Bike, new. Paid
$350, Asking $250.
(352) 489-8752
GAZELLE, $100
(352) 634-1895
WEIDER home gym,
3 position $200
(352) 527-4681



'94 GOLF CART Yamaha
Sun Classic, GAS. Load-
ed, $2,500. will trade
for gd clean used car
Located in Crystal River.
(517) 712-4372
EZ Tadpole FX Tike
like new, cost $1,000
will sell for $700/obo
(352) 586-1950
FIREARMS WANTED
Crystal River collector
paying top cash for
Winchester, Colt, other
firearms & Randall
knives (352) 422-3461
Fuss Ball Table
new, $125.
Gazelle, Fitness Trainer,
$40
(352) 220-8189
Golf Clubs
Wilson Staff Bag,, irons,
woods, putter.
$150.
(352) 382-5877


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POOL TABLE,
Gorgeous, 8', 1" Slate,
new in crate, $1350.
352-597-3519
SIG SAUER P239 AUTO
PISTOL, 2 barrels-
40/357, extras. $650
(352) 249-9143
Survival Rifle, .22, Char-
ter Arms AR-7, explorer
$150. excel cond.
.25 Cal. Pistol Taurus
PT-25, Nickel, never
used $225.
(352) 563-0022
TAYLOR MADE Graphite
LT irons, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9,
PW, Gap & sand
wedge, 9 total irons,
paid new $900, Sell for
$450 If not home please
leave phone number
(352) 341-0302
Trampoline, Jump King,
14' diameter. Pads &
protective netting.
$150. OBO
(352) 527-0722
WILSON TOUR CLASSIC
CLUBS 1, 3, 5, Titanium
Woods, 3-9 +PW irons,
plus putter, bag and
cart. As new $195.
or Trade for pistol.
(352) 795-6093
WINCHESTER Shotgun,
model 1300 12 gauge
pump, deer slug, $250
(352) 726-5429




2005 8X20 Enclosed
Utility trailer, like new,
800 .miles. $4500
(352) 563-5114
2005, Cargo Mate,
Alumn. 5x 10, 800mi on
tires, pull down rear
door, ramp style call
before 10 pm $1,995.
(352) 621-5234
BIG TEX 5 X 10
TRAILER
5x10, spare tire, fold
down ramp. $850.00
352-527-8376
BUY, SELL, TRADE, PARTS,
REPAIRS, CUST. BUILD
www.ezpulltrailers.com
Hwy 44 & 486
PACE ENCLOSED CAR
TRAILER 25x8, front and
rear ramp doors, dual
axle, $4,000 firm
(352) 341-2438
Utility Trailer
$350. 080
(352) 795-3394




Watch Parts Inventory
Pocket Watch parts.
Desk & equipment.
571-239-2315




BUYING OLD WOOD
BASEBALL BATS
Any condition. Baseball
gloves & signed balls.
(727) 236-5734
MILITARY RELICS
Cash Paid. World I & II,
German American, Etc.
(352)522-1825




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
certificate per
Florida Statute.

AKC BOXER PUPS 9 wks.
Champion bloodlines.
Health certificates
(352) 637-3599
DOBERMAN
10 month old fawn.ears
& tail done.potty train-
ed.$500.
(352)634-2212
German Shepherd
Puppies, Imported
Bloodline, extra large
boned, $500. Ready
now! 352-465-4642
or 352-465-5380
Humanitarians
of Florida
Low Cost Spay &
Neuter by Appt.
Cot Neutered $20
Cat Soaoved $25
Doa Neutered &
Saved start at $35
(352) 563-2370
Rott Weller Mix,
3 mo. old, spayed,
up to date w/ shots,
micro chipped
$150. (352) 748-6108
SHIH TZU
11 week old male with
all shots and papers.
$500.00 please call
352-476-7197
SHIH-TZU PUPPIES 9WKS
Par. on prem. 4 males:
HIth cert. Cute furballs.
$450 ea. (352) 637-9241
Yorkshire Maltese
Terrier Mix, T cup, male.
Paid $800 Asking $600.
(352) 637-4139



2 FISH TANKS
35 gal. hexagon with
stand/hood, $100 obo
75 gal. w/stand,
hood & pump $300.
obo (352) 746-9886
55 GAL. FISH TANK
Under water gravel
system, vacuum, hood,
fish & accessories.
$125.
(352) 489-0904


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Retired, semi-retierd or
hardworking partner
with by in money, to
expand very profitable
Hurricane service co.
State Cert. LLC, call Joe
(352) 266-4005 Cell
(352) 563-2642 Office




Automotive Repair
Shop in Homosassa.
Fully equip. w/ tools,
new lift, new diagnostic
tools, Dell camp.
system, A/C, 2 Car Bay
etc. $45,000. OBO
Call Bob(352) 628-0008
or Judy 563-5860


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CLASSIFIED


1 Queen Sz. Beauty Rest
Opulent Jewel Mattress,
like new
$200.
(352) 746-4450 '
2 Barstools,
honey color rattan,
30" high, $40.
(352) 746-9211
2 Tables, like new,
Ceramic shell design,
Coffee and end. glass
tops, $75 for both.
(352) 382-7210
4 cushioned wooden
kitchen chairs, honey
color, $30/each. 40"
square glass top
cocktail table. $45.
(352) 628-1408
4 PC. SECTIONAL
w/sleeper sofa, recliner,
earth tone, $125.
(352) 726-3464
6 PC. WICKER SET
Loveseat, rocker, 2
chairs, 2 tables w/new
cushions. $150.
(352) 628-7209
6 uphols. parsons chairs,
$150. Glass top table,
brass tone base, 40x68,
$50. Both items $175.
(352) 628-7937
25" Magnavox Color TV
$80.
Black glass front stor-
age & TV cabinet $45.
Excellent Condition
(352) 382-0619
6'6" 3 Cushion Dark
Brown leather couch,
good cond. $300.
(352) 628-0351
A-1 KITCHEN CABINET
white w/wood counter-
shelf, Irg. drawer, glass
doors top, bottom
storage, $100 LRG.
MIRROR, wood back,
beveled glass borders,
$50.(352) 344-9668

*MRCITSCOUN




A111123116


ALAN NUSSO
BROKER
Associate
Real Estate Sales
Exit Realty Leaders
(352) 422-6956
All Wood Oak
Entertainment Center,
(71x51x21) lockable
media storage, like
new, must see, $385.
(352) 860-2385
Almost A Steal
Like newly Sofa Bed
in golden brown,
only $150.
(352) 527-2869
ARMLESS AND BARREL
CHAIRS, upholstered,
oak base, home or
office, exc, cond.
$25 each
(352) 341-3000
BEAUTIFUL 80" SOFA,
exc. cond. with match-
ing area rug, 8'8"x5'9"
$275 or best offer
,(352) 344-2487
BED: $155, New Queen.
No Flipped Pillow Top
Set. 5 yrs warr. King Set
$195. Delivery
352-597-3112
BED: $495 Nassa
Memory Foam Set,
Seen on T.V. 20yr Warr.
Never Used. Retail
Cost $1399. Can Deliver
352-398-7202
Bedroom Set
Thomasville, Queen size
Oak.wall unit w/ add.
chest of drawers, $800.
(352) 382-3312
BEDS BEDS BEDS
Beautiful fact closeouts.
Nat. Advertised Brands
50% off Local Sale
Prices.Twin $78 Double
$98-Queen $139 King
$199. (352)795-6006
Blue Tapestry Queen Sz.
sofabed, clean,
good cond, $125.
(352) 344-8381
Brand new loveseat,
never sat upon. Pd.
$800. asking 500. 1 twin
bed w/ headboard.
$40. (352) 746-1519
after 6:00
CHERRY HUTCH
Antique, real wood,
medium brown, 3 Irg
drawers, 2 display
shelves, $150.
(352) 464-1399
Dinette Set
w/4 upholstered chairs,
exc. cond. $300.
(352) 527-3589


= AUCTIONS
ONSITE AUCTION
*WED. NOV. 9.
PREVIEW: 8 AM
AUCTION: 9AM
REAL ESTATE: 10AM
Dir: 7882 W. Miss
Maggie Dr.
2/1 Chassahowitzka.
Home & contents,
new pop up, tent,
boats, household
contents.
For real estate info.
www.tranzon.com
.***ALSO.....
ESTATE &
MERCHANDISE
AUCTION
*THURS. NOV 10.
4000 S. Fla. Ave.
Hwy. 41-S, Inverness
PREVIEW: NOON
AUCTION: 5 PM
Contents from Pine
Ridge Home, lifelong
rocks & mineral col-
lection, tools, quality
turn., & large assort-
ment of new items
400+ lots +++
See Web www.
dudleysauctlon.com
DUDLEY'S AUCTION
(352) 637-9588
AB1667 AU2246
12% Buyers Premium
2% disc. cash/check





Air Compressor
1 HPElec., 12 Gal.
Tank, Sears. $90.
(352) 302-6069









16C TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2005

Pet Seies =r- MobiIl Hi. i0* 1


ANIMAL CAGE
4-SALE
6ft x 3ft x 3ft. Hand built
strong and will hold any
caged animal. A Must
Seel asking $400.00
OBO. Cost $650.00 to
build, only used for two
months,
Call 344-1235, ask for
Nikki.




HORSE BOARDING
5 min to Withala. Forest.
Acres of horse tris to
ride. Box stalls, tack rm,
wash rack & dally turn-
out. (352) 628-1991




DW 2/2 $525 up 1 BR
unfur. $400. up. IBR furn
w/carport $450 up. No
smoking, no pets.
(352) 628-4441
Hernando/Apache Shrs
Rent/sale. 2/2First, First, last,
& deposit. No pets.
352-795-5410
HOMOSASSA
1/1, convenient to US19
$375. mo. 1st, last, sec.
(352) 634-2368
INVERNESS
Lakefront 55+ Park. Fish-
ing piers, affordable
living I or. 2 BR. Screen
porches, appliances.
Leeson's 352-637-4170




2/2, 1987, SW, great
shape, delivered &
set-up $8300.
(352) 422-0605
3/2 1987 DW w/FP
Appll. Incl. In gd cond.
You move.$15,000/abo
Call Bill at 352-726-5131
or cell 352-400-1154.
MUST SEE!
New 3 bedroom, 2
bath on 1/2 acre.
Great location, the
best construction,
too many options to
list. Seller motivated,
$2,000 down,
$587.47 per mo.
Call for more info.
352-621-9181
American Homes
your Discount Dealer
for Homes of Merit,
Skyline, Southern
Energy
352-628-0041 -
866-466-3729
www.american
homesfl.com
BANK OWNED
REPO"SI
Never lived in
Starting @ $40,000 -
Only a few left
Payments from
$349.00 per month
Call for locations
352-621-0119
Homosassa
I acre fenced w/ '59
mobile. $65,000.
5960 S. Bob White Dr.
(352)637-1274/302-8554
Homosassa Lot Space
Avail. In nice, quiet,
ciean park L.a.on
grbg r :e.*er inrci
Si86 mno 352-564-0201
INVERNESS
1/1 $550/mo. furn.
(352) 476-3919
MANUFACTURED HOME
24x40, 2/2, great room,
newly remodeled
baths, kitchen, carpet,
&.air conditioner,
Includes covered porch
& carport, situated on
beautiful 1-acre, treed
& fenced, high & dry.
Floral City, $132,000
(352) 637-0304




NORTHWOOD ESTATES
Inglis -2 o.arm rneai
m.nor ,..crl ia i pe
Ok S.000 Ch. rner rr.
(352) 447-2759
Over 3,000
Homes and
Properties
listed at
www.naturecoast
homefront.com

PALM HARBOR '
TRIPLE-WIDEI 2003'
ULike new,2A00 sq.ff
$88,000. Del, & Set.
Your land or mine.
Call (352) 302-3126

REPOS AVAILABLE
: In your area.
Call today Ready to
move into.
352-795-2618
STOP RENTINGIII!
Brand New: 3/2 on well
kept lot in Beautiful
Summer Count, Perfect
starter nrome $500.
Down. $650mo. PNI
WAC. Call Today
Toll free:1-866-773-5338


@H. S

CHASSAHOWITZKA
Newly remodeled.
2/1,2/2, Quiet. No
smoking. No dogs. Boat
slips Access to Gulf.
$525 & UP. mo. + Sec.
Need ref.(352) 382-4235




INVERNESS
9925 Perch Ct. Close to
downtown. 2/2, vinyl
sided, concrete
foundation. Carport,
roof-over, workshop, 50'
dock & deep canal to
Inverness Chain & Big


Lake Henderson.
$99,900, (727) 492-1442
or (352) 726-5292
Over 3,000
Homes and
Properties
listed at
www.naturecoast
homefront.com




969MOBILE HOME on
3 lots, approx. 1/2 acre,
near Withlacoochee
River, 2BR, 2BA, elec.
cenht, alr/heatpump (3
yrs old) 4 streets from
public boat ramp &
dock $53,000. Call
(352) 228-0304


model home, 2100 sq.
ft. 1h ac. corner lot in
quiet subdivision, 3/2.
Too many upgrades to
list, $125,000. Under
Warr. unit 08/09.
352-422-4214
3/2 ON 5 BEAUTIFUL
ACRES Fenced &
Gated, Horses
welcome. Just off
Citrus Ave.$179,900.
Cali(352) 302-3126

Beautiful 3/2 on
1/2 acre in great
school district.
$2,000 and $650 mo.
(352) 795-6085
Crystal River "
2/1, SWMH on 1 acre,
secluded, ponds,
$59,000.
(352) 302-3884
CRYSTAL RIVER
OLDER 2/2, Family rm,
fireplace, utility rm,
Mobile Home sitting on
5 beautiful acres. 5
minutes from 44 & 19,
$145,000. Owner
will carry 2nd.
Call Bruce at 795-5112
or Jeanne at 564-4158
For Sale By Owner
1985, 24x68, 3BR, 2BA,
2 porches (1 screened),
dbl. carport, 12x18 shed
w/elec. roof over,
above ground pool on
4 lots. $86,500.Call
(352) 628-9293
For Sale By Owner,
Crystal River, 2/1, older
DWMHon acre w/
sender block Garage,
$59,900.
(352) 746-4776
Great Country Setting
3/2 on 2 acres In the
Mini Farms. Easy to
Qualify. $4,000 down
and $560 mo,
(352) 795-1272

Just what you've
been looking for, New
4/2 on 5 acres. Zoned
for agriculture. Horses
Welcome. $6,000
Down $750 mo.
(352) 795-8822
LAND/HOME
1w/2aehomnesd e n
coun-
try setting.

waranty~dneway,
appliance
package,
Must See,
$579.68 per month
W.A.C. Call
352-621-9183




Mini Farms, 2/2 AC.
2/1 MH, Pobl,. Jacuzzl,
New 10X16 shed,
2 car garage
(352) 563-2328
NEW 2005' 3/2 on 1/2
Sacred off Billows Lane.
FInan. Avall.$t110,000
Call (352) 746-5912

New Land Home
Packages Available.
Many to Chose from.
Call today for
approval. Low down
and low monthly
payments;
1-877-578-5729




$7,900.
Fully Furnished
2BD IBA Carpeted
central Heat/AC
New Paint Job
(352) 344-1788
2/2 MH In 55 Park
no AC, new water
heater, 3368 W. Kevin
In. Palm Terrace VIII.
If interested please call
Ruth at (352) 489-3439
CRYSTAL RIVER
55+ Park, like new Inside
& but. 2/1/2. By owner.
Never smoked In,
$16,500. (423) 476-3554
FLORAL CITY, Moonrlse
Resort, 45+, 2/2, '05
16x56, by lake with
boat ramp, Incl. shed &
golf cart, storage, glass
enclosed Fla. rm, car-
port, (352) 344-2146
Homosassa Lot Space
Avail. In nice, quiet,
clean park. Lawn,
grbg, wtr, sewer, Incl.
$186/mo. 352-564-0201
INGLIS, 2/2, Carport,
Split Plan, Over 55 Park,
1985, 14 x 60, partly
furnished, stove refrige.,
W/D, included, scrn. rm.
& shed. $23,500.
(352) 447-4446
ON LAKE- FULL FURN.
scm. prch. $30,000/obo
Lot rent Incl. wtr, garb.
sewer, lawn & boat
docking, by owner, Pets
ok. 352-447-4093
YOUR DREAM HOME
Gated 55+ DW, 2/2, AC
FIrm. Isi kit. Bit-in mic, 5
cell fans, cus storm awvn
prch, crprt, strg shed,
wrkshp. Clbhs, pool,
near Hasp. & shopping
$73,500. (352) 795-8983











listed at
www.naturecoast
homefront.com




CHASSAHOWITZKA
2/2 Scm. rm,, utility rm.,
$600 1st. last, sec.


BEVERLY HILLS
2/1, carport, $600. or
$85,000 owner fin,
(352) 382-1000
Property
Management &
Investment
Group, Inc.
Licensed R.E. Broker
> Property & Comm.
Assoc. Mgmt. Is our
only Business
> Res.& Vac,
Rental Specialists
> Condo & Home
owner Assoc. Mgmt.
Robbie Anderson
LCAM, Realtor
352-628-5600
Info@property
managmentgrouo.


CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


BEST VALUE IN C. R.I
LOST LAKE APTS
Studio & 1 bdrm.
Quiet & Secure. No pets
Sr. Disc. 352-795-5050.
Crystal Palms Apts
1& 2 Bdrm Easy Terms.
Crystal River. 564-0882
CRYSTAL RIVER
Very nicel 2/1w/ W/D
& dishwasher. Gar-
bage & water Inc. $500
No pets. 352-212-3301
Homosassa
2/1 $450. 1st, last & Sec.
No pets: 352-628-7300
or 352-697-0310
INVERNESS
I/I clean, quiet area.
$375+; 2/1 $450+ 1st,
last, sec. 352-464-4211




BEVERLY KING
352-795-0021








Specialist In
Property Mngmnt/
Rentals. beverlyv.king@
centurv21.com

Onwuv

Nature Coast

Crystal Palms Apts
1& 2 Bdrm Easy Terms.
Crystal River. 564-0882
Homosassa Springs 2/2
Large Florida room, 55+
$110,000.
(352) 629-3883
or call cell 239-2501.
INVERNESS
Ultra clean 1/1, cent
H/A, SR 44-E $500 mo
(352) 726-1909




2700+ SQ. FT. Med/Prof.
Bldg. being built In Pine
Rdg. for Fall '06 lease.
You determine floor.
plan. 352-527-2099
LOCATION -
IS EVERYTHING
Now Leasing
Office/Retail. @
Colonial Plaza Hwy 44
Inverness. See by Appt.
352-344-1888
MEDICAL SPACE
FOR LEASE
Beverly Hills Medical
Park. Ron Whitehead
LiUc Realtor
(352) 628-4211
Prime Location HWY 44
/2 Mi. West of Wal-mart
1760sq.ft. Retail Space,
(2) 5,000 sq.ft. out par-
cels Will Buildo ut
Assurance Group
Realty, 352-726-0662


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CITRUS HILLS
FOREST RIDGE VILLA
Spacious, 3/2/2 unfurn.,
clubhouse, pool, maint.
free, great location.
$925mo.
(352) 637-3692




CRYS RIVER/HOM.
2/1, with W/D hookup,
CHA, wtr/garbage Incl.
$500mo., 1st, Last & sec.
No pets. 352-465-2797
INVERNESS
Ultra clean 1/1, cent
H/A, SR 44-E $500 mo
(352) 726-1909
INVERNESS, 2/1 /2
C-H/A,W/D, hookup,
very clean, $550.
(352) 564-5660
LECANTO
Almost new 2/2, 1200
sq.ft. Tile floor thru-out.
No pets $625/mo, $625
Sec. (352) 746-3580
LECANTO
Neid duplex, 2/2,
$625 mo. No pets
(352) 249-0848





wr Daily/Weekly
w Monthly
w" Efficiency
w Seasonal
$725-$1800/mo.
Maintenance
Services
Available

Assurance
Property
Management

352-726-0662




Large 2/2, family room
plus extra Florida room,
garage, new appliances,
freshly painted, etc, etc.
$800. Good area.
Clean, clean 1 BR, glass


Florida room, CHA,
freshly painted, new
carpet,.$600.


Call 746-3700
Real Estate Agent





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BEVERLY HILLS
2/1/1, FI Rm, remodeled
new carpet & paint,
$700/mo, (352)746-6074
CITRUS SPRINGS
4/2/2 New Home For
Rent or Sale, $209,000.
or $900mo.
3291 N. Gainseville Dr
Call 954-325-6041
Homes from $199/mol
4% down, 30 yrs. @5.5%
1-3 bdrm. HUDI Listings
800-749-8124 Ext F012
HOMOSASSA
3/3, Near River
No Pets $900/mo. Inc.
yard. (352) 212-5727
INVERNESS HIGHLANDS
2/2/2 No Pets/Smoking,
$800/mo. Dixie Parsley
352-220-4355
INVERNESS
Newer 3/2/2, No Pets,
or smoking. $850.mo
2/2/2, Adult Comm,
$700mo.+ Fees.
(352) 344-2500
Janice Holmes-Ray
Property Mgmnt.
352-795-0021







We need units
furnished &
unfurnished
352-795-0021



NATURE COAST
RAINBOW SPRINGS
3/2/2 pool home, on
golf crs. $1500/mo Inc.
lawn, grbg, pool care
No pets. (561) 790-2217
SUGARMILL WOODS
* 3/2, Ig. lanal, beau.
greenbelt, $1,000/mo
Avail 12/1 352-382-1437




AVAIL NOW 3/2/2 POOL
HOME, SMW, short &
long term, price varies
w/length of stay.
River Links Realty
628-1616/800-488-5184




HERNANDO
2/1 mobile on
water.............$500
Studio apt,
furnished.......$450

INVERNESS
Downtown duplex..
.....................$550
2/1 upstairs part of
home.............$550
2/2 home.......$700
Cypress Cove Unit
2/2 5. .. ... $700
2, 2/1 units w/
garages... ....$650
Brand new 3/2/2....
...................... $975
Move-in bonus of
$450

CITRUS SPRINGS
Gorgeous 3/2 new
construction...$900
Brand new 3/2
home on Eunice....
.................... $900
.2/1 on Davy...$700
Almost 1 acre w/3
possibly 4 BRs, 1
mile from golf
course.........$1100
3/2 pool.home on
Stanwick...... $1200
Oakwood Village
3/2 home.....$1150

FLORAL CITY
3/2 2-story home
on 3 acres. Right
next to rails to
trails...........$1,000

COMMERCIAL
RENTALS
5844 Hwy 200 -
Over 200 ft. of
road frontage, 3/2
home...........$1600
Turn key restaurant
operation................
..........$2500/mo
6705 N. Dawson
Dr 2/1 home on
200. Almost 2
acres.....$1000/mo



It's Time To Step Into
The American Dream
311 W. MAIN STREET
INVERNESS, FL 34450
RENTALS
(352) 726-9136
1-800-749-7653
Property Manager:
KIm Allen Twiss a


BEVERLY HILLS
2 bed/Ibath, Fla. room
w/alr, new carpet,
newly renovated,
VERY clean
750/month. No PETS.
Please call Mike at
(646)773-6844


Unurished~
r- 3. 0na~i


BEV.HILLS
2/1+ tam. Rm $635 +
sec (352) 795-1722
BEVERLY HILLS 2/1/1
Fl Rm, CHAUtI Rm, $625
382-1344 or 422-0284
BEVERLY HILLS
2/1/1, Irg sun room,
CHA, good
neighborhood,
small pets ok,$725.
mo(352) 527-3533
BEVERLY HILLS
3/2, Ig. house, quiet
neighborhood, $850/
mo. + sec. 697-2140
CITRUS HILLS
2/2 Condo Citrus Hills
2/2 Brentwood
3/2 Canterbury
3/2 Pool, Kensington
3/2Laurel Ridge
2/2 Beverly Hills
Greenbriar Rentals, Inc.
(352) 746-5921
Citrus Hills
1824 E. Monopoly Loop,
3/2/2, Caged pool,
$1200. (352) 527-7825
CITRUS SPRINGS
3/2/2, Newer Home.
Lawn service included.
$825 mo. + sec. deposit.
(954) 415-2056





CITRUS SPRINGS
New, 3/2/2
$900mo.
Please Call:
(352) 341-3330
For more Info. or
visit the web at:
cltrusvlllages

CRYSTAL RIVER
3/2, Nice, clean, $850
mo. (352) 795-6299
CRYSTAL RIVER
Beautiful 2002, 3/2/Lrg
fenced yard, boat
storage, $1300mo.
Contact LIsa/BROKER
(352) 634-0129
CRYSTAL RIVER
Large, new 3/2/2,
pool-Jacuzzi, dock, fire-
place, office. Close to 3
Sister's Spring.$1800. mo
352-650-0820.
HOMOSASSA
3/1.5/1., Tile Fl. C/H/A,
W/D hookup, $750,.mo
2/1, Scr. Rm, W/D
hookup, $600.mo.
(352) 686-0539
HOMOSASSA
Be the 1st to live in this
Brand new 3/2/2, close
to everything. $850.mo
(352) 584-5961
(352) 683-2625
Inverness
Pool Home, 3/2/2,
no pets $950/ mo.
(908) 322-6529
INVERNESS, 2/1 V/2
C-H/A,W/D. hookup,
very clean, $550.
(352) 564-5660
SUGARMILL WOOD
Brand new 3/2+office
home.Features Granite,
Stainless Steel appis
$1600 Call:
954-461-7633
SUGARMILL WOODS
3/2/2, on golf course,
no lawn maint. cath.
ceiling, FP. scrn. lanai,
$1250 mo.352-621-0143
Sugarmill Woods
3/2/2 w/ F/P, new appl.,
,ref. & sec. req'd., Avall,
Immed. $1250./mo.


2s/ sNuily ruiniseuu
MH Homsassa on Ca-
nal, dock, carport W/D,
no pets. 1st, Ist. + sec.
$950/mo 352-564-0201
Avail., December 05,
1st. time offering, open
waterfront on Lake
Hernando, Ig. furn., 1/I
$1,500. per mo.
(352) 860-1207
Crystal River 3/2 furn.
on spring. Dockage,
finest neighborhood,.
$2000/mo. util. Inc.
w/cable & phone (352)
377-9922 or 258-6000




BEVERLY HILLS
Room, private bath,
pool privileges, garage
space, $100 week.
(352) 746-1186 after 5



2/2 Nicely Furnished
MH Homsassa on Ca-
nal, dock, carport W/D,
no pets. 1st, Isf. + sec.
$950./mo 352-564-0201
Floral City Furn. 2/1,
1 acre, W/D Sat. TV, no
smoking or pets, $750 +
1st & last.(352) 341-0043
INVERNESS
Highlands, Nice home,
2/2/2, all appl. Incl. W/D
3mno.: $1200. mo.
A6me $1000.mo.
1vr: $800.mo.
.Yaxn $750. mo.
Unfurn., 1st, last & Sec.
(352) 341-3980 L/M
SUGARMILL WOODS
2/2/2 +Lanai, cul de
sac. turn. Lawn Incl.
$1500mo. Owner/agent
727- 804-9772




Private spot to rent for
25' RV. Retired busi-
nessman will occupy 10
days/mo. Only need 15
amps. (772) 538-5060
Retired Couple Wishes
to rent 2 Bedroom
Condo In Crystal River
area, January and
possibly February 2006.
Call (660) 826-0461 or
(660) 287-4424


I AM


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2/1.5/1 Villa in Pinehurst.
1 of 3 villas built w/
concrete/not wood
framed. Spacious open
plan. $154,900.
(352) 634-3982
BY OWNER
Fairmont Villa 3/2/2
Large, premium corner
lot. New roof, newly
painted. Security
system, enclosed lanai
Built-ins. $197,500
(352) 563-6388


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2/2/2 on Two Lots.
Beautiful Citrus Springs
Homes. Visit this
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Tours & Video.
www.9572travls.com
179,000 "Low Taxes"
(352) 208-0714
3/2/2, large corner lot,
lanal, patio, new shed,
appliances, security
system call for appoint-
ment. $182,500.
(352) 442-2386
3/2/2, Scrn. porch, built
2000, cath. ceilings, tile
thru-out, $152,900.
Call (352) 527-8448
BEAUTIFUL POOL HOME
Ready to move In
4/2/1, over 2400 sq.ft.
Large screen & pool
patio. 1440 sq. ft.
Great buyl $172,500
352-422-4824
By Owner BEAUTIFUL
3/2/2 Home, new 2005,
open floor plan, split
bedrm, nice quiet
area, many upgrades
(352) 527-8842
By Owner. 2/2/1.5,
cinderblock, new a/c.
storage shed, apple.
stay, (352) 465-1904
Cltru Springs GC 18th
Fairway 3/2/2, Fl. Rm.
cath. ceilings, great
room, FP, sprinklers,
Stainless appliances,
fans, Washer/dryer,
much more,
(352) 465-8069
CITRUS REALTY GROUP

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Market Analysis
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BROKERS/REALTORS
CITRUS REALTY GROUP
(352)795-0060.
DON'T WAIT A YEAR TO
BUILD IN CITRUS
SPRINGS Beautiful new
4/2/2 home near golf
course, split plan
w/large master suite
with 2 walk in closets,
garden tub & separate
shower, Island eat In
kitchen with 2 sinks. 2
walk in pantry's. Maple
roll out cabinets,
disposal, formal living
room, dining room &
family room. Inside
utility room, finished
garage, cathedral
ceilings, plant shelf,
window treatment,
10x24 patio, upgraded
Insulation, Berber
carpet, neutral colors &
more. Priced to sell at
$249,900
(352) 489-1840


Lovely Pool Home.
3/2/2 on 1 acre. Jan or
Jerry Tuel (352)621-1253
Exit Realty Leaders
NEW TO MARKET
3V2 yr new- 3 or 4/3/3, 1
acre cleared & fenced
w/heated pool & spa.
Hardwood & tile
-throughout. All the bells
& whistles $499,900. See
home and particulars
on www.naturecoast
homefront.com or call


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for Details,
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Market Analysis
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BROKERS/REALTORS
CITRUS REALTY GROUP
(352)795-0060.

FOR SALE BY OWNER
Newly renovated 2/2
w/2 car garage. New
carpet & file through-
out Custom painted
In/out. Several new
appliances & fixtures.
Air conditioned lanai
overlooking beautiful -
corner lot. Immacu-
latel Move right InI
Reduced to:$159,900.
3459 N. Sunrose Path
(352) 527-1071


Beverly Hills
c= Homes


Spotted Dog
Real Estate
LOVE THE TRAIL?
So do II Let me help
you find the perfect
home or lot on or
near the trail Call
Cynthia Smith, Realtor
Direct (352) 601-2862
DoingWhatllove@
tampabay.rr.com
Fixer Upper. 2 br., Wash-
er/ Dryer/stove/ refrig./
etc. Just a little fix up &
move In. 2 biks. to
Withacoochee. (Great
Fishing) $29,000. will
consider rent to own.
(352)795-9337/201-0022
Gospel Island, Ig. 2/2/2,
w/ family rm., across
from lake in Lockshire
Park. by appt. only
$149,900. broker/owner
(352) 726-8318 eve.
Highlands
Reduced!
2/2/2 remodeled,
$134,900.
Call John 795-2441
RE/MAX Realty One
HIGHLANDS 3/2/2
5 yrs old, 1750sq.ft.
Split plan, FP, land- ,.
escaped, quiet neigh-
borhood, $190,000
(352) 726-0610


Lecanto
Homes


CLASSIFIED


CRYSTAL RIVER
3/2/2 Ranch style split
plan on deep water
canal w/boat dock,
Gulf access. $399K.
(813) 792-5446
For Sale By Owner
4/2 + Den/office, on
almost 1 acre, scr 8'
pool, new everything, ,
$249,000.
(407) 797-4846


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BEAUTIFUL FAIRVIEW
ESTATE HOME
Situated on a secluded,
wooded 1 14 ac. 3/3+
den pool home with
oversized 2 car garage.
Must see to appreciate
Call for appointment
No brokers please,
$349,900
637-5005 or 464-0647
LINDA WOLFERTZ
Broker/Owner








HAMPTON SQUARE
REALTY, INC.
lindaw@
tampabay.rr.com
800-522-1882
(352) 746-1888
Terra Vista Villa, 2/2/2
w/ den, prof. decorat-
ed & landscaped, can
not be duplicated for
selling price $290,000.
(352) 746-9097




ARBOR LAKES 55+
2001 home, 1859 sq.ft.
3/2/2 extended, encd.
Lanai, many extras,
close to Lake, Pool &
clubs. $264,900.
(352) 560-6151
ARBOR LAKES 55+
Lovely Villa, 1760 sq. ft.
Splus encl. lanai, loads of
extras; motivated seller,
can close in 30 days.
(352) 637-2015




(2) CBS FINISHED
DWELLING UNITS.
Currently 4 rentals. 2400
liv. area total, 4BR/4BA
CH/A, country setting
1-AC mol $250,000
(352) 726-1909
Brokers welcome
1984 2/2 Wood Frame
on 5 ac.1654 Sq.Ft. liv-
ing area, priv. pond, 3
out bldgs. Lg. bdrms
w/Berber carpet, tile in
Bath & kit, newer ap-
pliances, new roof,
wood deck & screen
room In '04, $244,900
(352) 860-1249
3/2/2 HOME
COMPLETELY REPAINTED,
CBH BUILT IN 1995,
VINLY TILE IN LIVING,
DINING, KITCHEN GREAT
FOR PETS. $170,000.
CALL TROY
352-560-0163
3/2, corner lot, stone
fireplace, cedar great
room, loads of charm.
$129,900. (352)
860-2421/489-8796
3/2 TOWNHOUSE,
new carpet, tile & paint
In & out, (roof, fridge &
stove- 18 mo. old)
Great location, near
Park, $98,500. Leave
msg. (352) 860-1189
or (352) 212-2737




















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Atklnson Construction,






Inc. nsi352-637-4138
xn1003521-604
CBC059685
BY OWNER
RENOVATED
2/1 + Paneled Office,
fenced, New ApplU,
Separate gar. Asking
$124499, 818 Oak St,
Karen 352-726-0784
352-483-4962
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CITRUS REALTY GROUP
(352)795-0060.

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ERIC HURWITZ
352-212-5718
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Inverness Office

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726-1441
563-5966
Non-Refundable
Private Pary Only
(Some Restrictlons
May dpply)
Wooded park Like
setting, 3/2/2, new
home on .6ac, corner
lot, 1500sf, split plan w/
great room, all apple ,
hot tub off master, -
$195,000. '
(352) 220-3897



2/1/2, carport,
2 liv. rms., scm. In porch,.
utility shed, furnished
$89,900.
(352) 344-2385
For Sale By Owner
2/11/2,Ig. scrn. porch,
Ig. shed,$80,000. (obo)
Near boat ramp.
(352) 637-4375
(407) 791-6136




3/2/1 CBS DeRosa Vig.
1683sq.ft. L.A. new car-
pet, roof, well & paint,
10X21 scrn prch. 12X27
eat-in kit, form. DR.
Sunken LR, transerable '
home warr. $159,000
(352) 795-0417
3/3 w/ pool on 2.6
acres, fenced,
Shamrock Acres.
$190,000.(352) 257-9334


HIGHLANDS, 3/2/2, like
new Pool home. Stain-
less steel apple $199,900
Call Gall, 352-422-4298
ReMax Realty One
HOME FOR SALE
On Your Lot, $103,900.
3/2/1 w/ Laundry
Atkinson Construction
352-637-4138
Uc.# CBC059685
Immac. 2/2/2 bik.
home + extra lot
w/full hookups, to br-
ing the RV In. 2000 sf.
under Roof, aappll's
C/H/A (all new)
$159,900 or $144,900
w/o extra lot. 6049 E
Vale St., Hiahlands.
1-352-601-3863
INVERNESS GOLF & CC
3/2/2 Split plan with
fam. rm. Lrg. corner lot
w/water view, new
roof, paint, appliances
$251,000 Appt. only
(352) 341-3941
INVERNESS GOLF & CC
3/2/2, Inground caged
pool 16x28, inground
sprinklers $212,000
3108 S. Tellico Ter, (352)
637-0041 464-2363
INVERNESS HIGHLANDS
3/2/2, with large fam.I
rm. 2100 living, pool,
detached garage, on 2
lots, new roof, A/C, sep-I
tic, appliances. Nicely
landscaped. Built in '91
S$244,900 (352) 726-5698

JACKIE
WATSON






Hampton Square
Realty, Inc. ,
Let us give you a
helping hand
352-7 6-1888
1-800-522-1882

Marilyn Booth,
GRI
26 years of
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"I LOVE TO MAKE
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J.W Mortion, R.E., Inc
726-6668 637-4904
Model Home
2/2 oversized 1 car gar.,;
partially furn., apple.
incl., storage bldg.,
$129,900. (352)637-3912.
1029 S. Apopka
Newly built 2005,
3/2/1, CBS, extra lot, off!
Croft Ave., new appl.,
Fireplace, many
upgrades, $169,900.
(352) 422-0605

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Lynn Wallace
352-302-2675


For Sale by Owner.
New home 2001, ranch
3/2/1, on 1A acre, deed
restrict.. Kenwood Oaks
$179,900. (352)746-0714
(352) 220-3326
NEW, 3/2/2 deed
restricted area, 4 just
completed move in
ready, investor pricing
for everyone
$137k $139,900. Wont
Last! Realtors welcome,
possible lease
727-271-0196, Realtor













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Dqg
Real Estate
(352) 628-9191





2/2/1 House for Sale,
1500 sq., ft., Single fam.
home In Villas, Ig.
rooms.perfect cond., 1
yr. old roof, 1 V2 lot, dbl.
concrete drive,
$165.000 (352) 382-1950
or (352) 697-1963
3/3/3, Custom Pool
Home on golf course,
FP, many extras, 4000
sq. ft. 10 mo. old
$349,900.
(352) 382-0399
3/2/2 Split plan home
located in Oak Village,
1873 sq. ft., lanal w/
oversized scrn. htd.
pool. Inc.all appl., New
furninshing negotiable
$245,000. (352)464-3171


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(352) 382-4500
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BROKERS/REALTORS
CITRUS REALTY GROUP
(352)795-0060.

FOR SALE BY OWNER
WHY BUILD NEW? This
house would cost you
150k more to duplicate.
Outstanding custom,
contemp. pool home.
5/3/3, 4200sq.ft. on priv,
%ac. Lg. state of the art
kit. Huge master & fam.
rm. 20' ceilings,
columns, 2 FP's granite,
marble, all
upgraded until. House
has it alll For
demanding buyer It
offers quality and
value. Asking $379,000.
Must see to appreci-
atel(352) 746-7033

Glenn Quirk
352-228-0232
Kristine Quirk
352-228-0878


B'JYRO


Beautiful 3/2/3,
solar htd. pool, well,
neutral colors, all appl.
too much to list.
183 Pine St. $282,500
(352) 382-3312
HOMOSASSA
FOR SALE BY
AUCTION




GOLF COURSE
POOL HOME
SUGARMILL
WOODS
2757 S/F ON 1/2 ACRE
3 Bdr./3.5 Ba. 2 CG
Auction Held On Site
66 CYPRESS
BLVD. W.
THUR. NOV. 17
@7PM
Preview Sale Day
From 5 PM
DAVID SLAVINSKY
813-928-6832





S. Oak Village, great
street presence In this
near new 3/2/2, light,
bright, 1,700sf A/C,
avail, for quick close.
$269,000.(352) 382-4008
WAYNE
CORMIER


SWEETWATER HOME
In the ENCLAVE, 2746 sq
ft. model home cond,
Pool, Fireplace, 11'
ceilings. Many extras.
$389,000. 352-382-3879





(2) CBS FINISHED
DWELLING UNITS.
Currently 4 rentals. 2400
liv, area total, 4BR/4BA
CH/A, country setting
1-AC mol $250,000
(352) 726-1909
Brokers welcome


HOME FOR SALE
On Your Lot, $103,900.
3/2/1, w/ Laundry
Atkinson Construction
352-637-4138
Lic.# CBC059685


CLASSIFIED


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352-220-1401








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!3/2 Lg. Open Floor plan,
1800sq.ft. on. V2 ac.
LR 16X14 w/FP, Mstr
bdrm15/2X14 w/grdn
tub, 2 walk-in closets, 5'
hallway w/dbl doors, to
Bdrms, & Fl rm. Multi-
level decks overlooking
100+ FI plants, dbl
drvwy. w/elec, wtr,
sewage for RV. Owner
will add ramp to make
home handicap
access. $124,500.
352-621-3418
or 352-422-2667 cell.
3/2/2 Riverhaven
Village, Pool home,
open fl. plan, must seel
$279,500. Call for more
info. (352) 628-9896
Capt Linda
Thompson
(352) 628-5500


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800-749-8124 Ext H796
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3/2/2, New, 2003, great
neighborhood
$179,000.
(352) 212-6390
(352) 465-1205
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Deborah Bellett
Seaside Realty
352-650-3118/
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.. -, park & dock on the
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Selling in cond, $149,900
(352) 527-2243
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vaulted ceiling, many
NO Transaction upgrades, pool & other
amenities. $143,700.
fees to the Call Owner
Buyer or Seller. 352-302-3467
Call Today SUGARMILL WOODS
Beautiful furn. 2/2,
screened lanai, car-
Craven eoaty. Inc. port, pool, immediate
(352) 726-1515 occupancy, $155,000
(352)726515 (352) 628-3899


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occupancy, elevator Withlacoochee bi
$155,000. 352-382-7335 ramp. 8164 E. Turr
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CH/A. country setting
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(352) 422-7925
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Well, 50' dock, Seawall
$269,000. (352) 860-1645




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Any Area or Cond. Call
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352-257-1202
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Buy 1 or all 5, ea. Is V4 +
or ac. 1 ea. on Edison,
Eldrldge, Mendoza,
2 on Doronlcum.
* Call (386) 445-7776
CRNR. LOT ON HWY 19
next to Walden Wds.
125X150 mol. Commerce
zone avail. $90,000 will
take partial trades of
cars, boats, motorcycle
(352) 585-2580



1 AC WOODED LOT
CITRUS HILLS, $67,990
352-212-7613 Crawford
CITRUS HILLS
1 acre, $99,900
PINE RIDGE
1 acre $149,900
(954) 257-6584
CITRUS HILLS
334 Olympia St.
1 acre
$99,000
352-697-2236
CITRUS HILLS, Beautiful,
cleared 1 acre lot,
current survey avail.
571 Pearson St. Asking
$79,900 (813)766-1944
Citrus Springs
100xi 25 Corner Lot,
$32,500.
(352) 522-1168
HOMOSASSA
3 acres high & dry close
to shopping & river ac-
cess 15 minutes to gulf
REDUCED!$ 120,000 call
352-286-4482 very
moliv.1ted a -ll
Inverness Golf Course
Property, front of lot
faces course, $49,900
OBO(352) 344-1232
Lot for Sale.
Off Gospel Island Road
on Canaday Dr.
121'x 198'. $48,000.
Call (352) 341-2432
PINERIDGE
1 Acre Lot, $89,900
352-527-4320
PRIVATE OWNER
MOVING. Grab these
beautiful CitrUs County
lots across the st.from Lk
Rousseau, unobstruct-
ed view,1 ac. 120m.
Lucky Hills V 0ac.
30-35m. Call for
emalled Info. Close In
30 days and Save $$$.
727-644-8228.
Private, 4.81 Acres,
Off Hwy 44 In Lecanto,
Beautiful Lrg Trees &
very unique rock
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352-795-3144,
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CLASSIFIEDS


2 BUILDING LOTS, Inv.
Highlands, close to lake
& hospital $29,500 ea
(352) 637-7205
CHASSAHOWITZKA
1/4 Acre Lot, cleared
$18,000.
352-382-7888
CITRUS SPRINGS
20 LOTS FOR SALE
34K-38K each.
407-617-1005
Citrus Springs. Beautiful
home site corner of
Gamewell/McFadden.
$36,000. Call Paula
Morley (352) 464-1571
Keller Williams Realty
HOMOSASSA: 1/2 Acres
Parcels (2). Zoned
MDRM. $29,900 Each.
John Carey
Re/Max Reality One
(352) 795-2441
Inverness over acree
9645 Baymeadows,
beautiful, live oaks,
underground utilities,
deed restricted,
$82,700.
Call (703) 408-7990
PINE RIDGE
Cimarron Drive
Rosewood Drive,
& Buckskin Drive
(352) 422-2293
PRESTIGIOUS BUILDING
LOT FOR SALE, close to
the Plantation Hotel,
near to waterfront,
100x146, Bargain Price
$55,000 Call Now
(352) 601-2168
TIMBERLANE EST.
3 Lots for Sale, Cindy
Lane (352) 422-2293
TIMBERLANE LOT
1.12 acre Beautiful
wooded lotGreen-
tree Ter. $78,500.
OBO 352-746-0685
Two Large Parcels,
Crystal Manor, $59,900.
ea., Greco Miller Realty
(239) 274-6600
VERY NICE, CLEANED
2 side by side lots on
Allendale 1.on Wlima,
$26,000 ea. 637-0993
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Crystal River,
Waterfront, City water,
buildable, $159,900.
(352) 637-3912
HALLS RIVER
2 lots, park like setting,
$199,000 each.
(352) 527-4224
HOMOSASSA RIVER
165', SEAWALL, DOCK
Impact fees paid.
Central water. Blue
water. $209,000. Make
offer. (352) 628-7913
WATERFRONT Over
one beautiful acre in
Floral City right off
Hwy41 Only$79,900.
Call(352) 302-3126




2 TROLLING MOTORS
Mlnnkota 281b, $75;
Montgbmery Ward 91b.
$45. (352) 621-8027
12 Volt Deep Cycle
Battery w/DC charger
& box, $45;
Evinrude 3 HP short
shank motor $125.
(352) 621-8027
1994 70 HP Evinrude,
low hours w/controls,
recent overhaul, must
see. $1900/obo
(352) 563-5175
19ft. Galvanized, Boat
Trailer, can be used for
Pontoon Boat, or Vhull
good cond., $600.
(352) 601-2925
Anchor
35lbs., CQR,
$150. obo
(352) 341-2551
'BImIni Top, 7h frame,
blue, like new, $150.
(352) 465-6597
Minnkota Riptide, 401b.
saltwater Trolling Motor
$125,.
Small Trolling Motor
$25.
(352) 465-6597




0000
THREE RIVERS
MARINE



CLEAN USED
BOATS
We Need Them!i
We Sell Them!
U.CS. Highway 19
Crystal River
563-5510
ALUMINUM BOAT
14FT with 5HP motor
and trailer, $850
(352) 344-5831
AVON Inflatable
w/hard floor
$750. GHEENOE 12'
$250. W/3HP Evinrude
Motor, $375
(352)621-8027
BAYLINER
15FT, Ski & Fish; trolling
motor, 50HP, galv.
trailer, $3,200 obo
(352) 860-0587 after 6p


BOAT SHOW
PRICES

NEW
SWEETWATER
PONTOONS
From: $11,395.00

NEW
HURRICANE
DECK BOATS
From: $16,995.00

Crystal River
Marine
352-795-2597
Open 7 Days


BAYLINER 19'
'01 Fish & Ski, 135 1/O w/
trailer, VGC, W/all ex-
tras, Incl. $700 cust.
Blmlnl, wht. w/teal trim,
$12,500 (352) 489-9900
CENTRA
19FT, cuddy cabin, I/O,
120HP, trailer, low hours,
$4,500 (352) 341-1405
Century CC
1996, 18', 115 Yamaha,
tr., excel, cond. $8500.
(352) 637-0765
Fishing Boat, Motor &
Trailer, 14' alum., 25hp
Johnson, rebuilt. All In
excel, cond. Must seel
$1500. (352) 464-3205
KENCRAFT CENTER
CONSOLE
1997 Kencraft center
console w/ Suzuki 140
OB. Load Rite trailer,
hardtop, VHF radio,
Hummlnbird depth find-
er, IlfeJackets, 2 bat-
teries, anchor, cooler
seat, lots of storage. In
great shape.
$10,500.00352-527-8376
Perfect Fish Boat
fiberglass, Gheenoe w/
4HP, evlnrude O.B. (less
than 10 hrs.) vests, pad-
dle, swivel seats, excel.
cond. will deliver $850
firm (352) 563-0022
PONTOON
1973 20' w/traller, well
maintained, gd. cond.
$1700. (352) 344-8389
or 860-2418
PONTOON
1997, 18' Felsta Family
Fisher, 40hp Yam,
exc. cond, $5,200.
(352) 628-5027
PONTOON
20 ft. w/ trailer & 70 HP,
Johnson motor, Both
are 1997 In very good
cond., Has cover,
blmlnI top. Many extras,
Everything you need to
enjoy a day In the
water. $7,000. call
352-621-5070 See at
7151 W. Vantage Lane
Homosassa
PONTOON
'98 20FT, '99 Merc 60HP
bimlni top, Ilvewell, no
trailer, asking $5,200
(352) 344-2146
Pontoon-Bentley
2005, 20' Fishermen,
50 Mercury, Trailer.,
$12,800.
(352) 249-0860
SKI NATIQUE
1987,351 V8, wake
board tower, $4,875.
Call 637-4979
STARCRAFT
14' Alumlnum V-hull,
15H Evinrude, rebuilt
trailer $1300.
(352) 527-9891
SUNBIRD
1990, 16FT, with trailer,
70HP Johnson runs
great. Boat looks great
Many extras, $3,000
abo (352) 341-1685
Sylvan Sunchaser
Pontoon 2004
60hp thrust Yamaha,
fully equip, w/ cover,
$12,300.(727) 871- 4450
or (727) 517-2871
V HULL
12' GamefIsher
Aluminum boat
excel., cond. $350.
(352) 489-3120
WANTED
Pontoon Boat w/ or
without trailer motor,
reasonable, -
(352) 344-9964




CHINOOK
'78 Dodge, good cond.,
with 318 engine, roof
air, sleeps, 3-4, kitchen/
bath, new tires, $2,500
(352) 637-6269
EXPRESS
2000, 18FT, sleeps 3,
A/C, microwave, TV,
living quarters & toy
area $7,000 9bo
(352) 860-0587 after 6p
FLEETWOOD
'95 Flair 25' Class A, 454
Chevy, 46,500 ml. 3 KW
generator, new'tires &
brakes good cond.
$20,000. 352-746-0167
GMC PT 4
Carpenter Coach, 1970
Flatnose bus conv. Into
motor coach w/ full
living amenities. Newly
rebuilt motor, onan
gen., many upgrades
Inc., refrig., a/c, &
much more. Moving,
must sell, Asklng$12,000.
OBO (207) 233-5906
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Local Autos
Online at
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Thor, Columbus
1993, 32', Class A 454
Chevy eng., 44k ml.,
dual a/c, 5,000 onan
gen., lots of oak
cabinets, beautiful
cond. Must seel Asking
$19,900. (352)746-6963
Winnebago Warrior
Housing & Trans. V-6
Toyota cab, gen.,
self-contained, new
carpet & oven.$15,000.
(352) 746-9553





= AUCTIONS -4
ONSITE AUCTION
SWED. NOV. 9
PREVIEW: 8 AM
AUCTION: 9 AM
REAL ESTATE: 10 AM
Din 7882 W. Miss I


Maggie Dr.
2/1 Chassahowitzka.
Home & contents,
new pop up, tent,
boats, household
contents.
For real estate Info.
www.tranzon.com
"*"ALSO.....
ESTATE &
MERCHANDISE
AUCTION
*THURS. NOV 10-
4000 S.Fla. Ave.
Hwy. 41-S, Inverness
PREVIEW: NOON
AUCTION: 5 PM
Contents from Pine
Ridge Home, lifelong
rocks & mineral col-
lection, tools, quality
furn., & large assort-
ment of new Items
400+ lots +++
See Web www.
dudleysauction.com
DUDLEY'S AUCTION
(352) 637-9588
A 1667 AU2246
12% Buyers Premium
2% disc, cash/check
I--I - -i i


Cc*IS.


2005 Fifth Wheel
4 slides, 2 bedroom, FP,
DW, 2 airs w/ dehumidl-
fier, older trade, $44,000
obo, will deliver any-
where 352-586-6181
AMERICAN TRAVELER
38', two tip outs, 8 x 20
porch w/ windows,
furn., TV, linens, ect.
$9,000. (352) 463-2407
(352) 213-2804
COACHMAN
'94, 5th wheel, 24FT,
w/slide, sleeps 6, new
awning & tires, light-
weight, $5,900 (352)
726-6485 or 422-1026
JAYCO
28 ft., Aluma-Ute, fifth
wheel, AC, Heat, Bath,
Cook E-Z pull, tandem
$4,500. (352) 628-4657
NORTHERN LITE
2000, 9-YFT slide In truck
camper, Canadian
made, elec. jacks, like
new cond. $11,500 abeo
(352) 726-9369
PALOMINO
'00, Mustang, pop up,
3 slide outs, shower,
heater, toilet, AC
$4,400. (352) 382-4235
Rockwood
5th Wheel 2005, Ultrallte,
24', used once, can be
towed w/1/5 ton
pick-up. Well equip,
Call for details. $21,000.
(352) 344-8031
Scamper Pop-Up
Crrpe 1978, Needsa tte
work
$500.00
(352) 795-0327
leave message
SURREY 36' FIFTH
WHEEL 1994
very good condition,
$8,500.
(352) 586-1950




2 BLUE CAPTAINS
CHAIRS $75.
(352) 726-7982
4 BRAND NEW MICHELIN
STIRES P235/70R16 All
Terrain tires, black wall,
$200 (352) 382-2858
4 GoodYear Tires for
1997-2004 Corvette.
Eagle F-IEMT, less than
1000ml, $995.
(352) 344-2463
4 Prs. of Captain Chairs
from full-size Chevy &
Ford Vans. Fits all full
size vans. Leather or
cloth. Like new.$150/pr.
(352) 564-2545
1983 LINCOLN MK
2-dr. straight body, 15"
mags. & good tires,
complete car, $300
obo (352) 726-1909
FOR PARTS
BRONCO, '82, full sz.,
300, 6 cyl.., runs,$150.
no title, no doors
'87 CHEVY, full sz.
pickup, hood, fender,
bumper & grill $150.
(352) 601-2925
SEARS CARTOP CARRIER
with crossbars,
3 months old,
paid $320,
selling for $120
(352) 341-1354
Tonneau Cover
2000 Ford F-150 Fiber
glass for shortbed, like
brand new. $150.
(352) 266-6745
TOPPER. Fiberglass for
Dodge Dakota, 4dr,
quad, like new, 2 win-
dows and LFD brake
lights, fits 2000-04. New
$1000, asking $550 firm
(352) 628-2690




ATV + ATC USED PARTS
Buy-Sell-Trade AIV, ATC
Gocarts, 12-5pm Dave's
USA (352) 628-2084








CONSIGNMENT USA
Car-Truck-Boat-SUV
CASH OR CONSIGN
98% Sales Success. No
Fee to Seller,909 44W/
US1 9-arport. 212-3041

FREE REMOVAL OF
Mowers, motorcycles,
Cars. ATV's, Jet ski's,
3 wheelers. 628-2084
VEHICLES WANTED,
Call Smity's Auto
628-9118
VEHICLS ANED


"*BIG SALE-
CARS. TRUCKS. SUVS
CREDIT REBUILDERS
$500-$1000 DOWN
Clean, Safe Autos
CONSIGNMENT USA
909 Rt44&US19Alrport
564-1212 or 212-3041

BUICK
'85, Skylark, 4Cyl.,
runs excel.
$800. firm
Call 352-464-2172
BUICK
'92, Park Ave., 136k mL,
kept up, asking $2,500.
will talk
(352) 795-3732
BUICK CENTURY
Estate Wagon,1989,
Book $1265. $600 Firm.
Must sell movlngl
(352) 563-2021


iff


TOYOTA
'01, CamryLE, loaded,
CD, Red, Michellns,
keyless, $7,950. seen at
10465W. Yulee Dr.
Homosassa
Toyota Celica Gt
1991, 179k, A/C, Auto.
Power windows, stereo
& CD, need new point.
$1700. (352) 476-3487
Volkswagon Jetta
1994, Blk.,148k, auto,
fair to good cond.,
very clean Int. $1200.
OBO (352) 249-0845

96 Buick Skyark, LS
V-6, Low Miles, AI............$2,850
9 Uncoln Towncar, Exec
Silver, Leather, Loaded!......$6,995
'98 Chevy Cheyemne, Ext
V-8, Auto A/C, Nice............$6,995
MANY MORE IN STOCK ALL
UNDER WARRANTY


BUICK REGAL
2001, loaded, leather,
gd. cond. 90K, $6500
(352) 628-4618
CADILLAC
1988 Coupe De Ville,
It. blue w/wht. top, 4.3L
eng. Runs gd, no AC.
$1,100. (352) 628-7925
CADILLAC
'93, Sedan DeVille,
mom & dad's CAD, sil-
ver/gray Interior, 90k,
dally driver $3,990.
(352) 341-1102

Call Us For More
Info. About New
Rules for Car
Donations.
Donate your
vehicle to
THE PATH
(Rescue Mission for
Men Women &
Children)
at (352) 527-6500
CAMARO
1984, $500/obo
(352) 726-6329
CHEVROLET
1984 Camaro, 102K
orig. ml. 8-cyl., red,
good cond., $750.
(352) 527-3188
CHEVY
2003, Montlcarlo LS
Cope, 34,600ml,
$12,7500BO.
(352) 267-0879
CHEVY
'82, Camero Z28, 70k
orig. ml., 5.0L 4sp.,
T-tops, AC, new tires,
power steering, runs
great asking $3,300.
(352) 637-0650
CHRYSLER' LEBARON
Convertible, 1994, Red
w/new bik top. new
tires, $2000/obo
(352) 746-9490
CORVETTE
'99, white convertible,
tan top & Interior,
absolutely Immaculate,
only 32,500 ml., chrome
rims Must see, asking
$27,900. (352) 270-3077
Dodge Neon
1997, 5 speed, extra
clean, cold air, 35 miles
per gal., $1900. 080
(352) 795-3840
FORD
1994, Escort LX, 5 spd
Exc, cond, $1500. OBO.
(352) 465-9038
FORD FAIRMONT
FUTURE 1983
Great cond, 13,665 ml,
runs well, new battery
and carb, 4dr, needs
exhaust. $1000
(352)6284555
Ford Mustang
1996, factory purple, 4.6
liter, V-8, 5 speed, good
cond. low miles $6000.
0B0 (352) 794-0009
FORD TEMPO
1994, 80K, engine & AC
runs good, $770/obo
(352) 307-2007
HONDA CIVIC EX
'98, AC, sunroof, keyless
lock, 40 miles per
gallon, 5 speed, $7800
obo. (352) 795-6364
LINCOLN
1997 Towncar, loaded,
garaged, clean, white
w/blue leather, 150K ml.
$5,500 (352) 220-4150
LINCOLN
1999 Towncar, sliver, w/
gray leather Interior,
All power, 45K ml.,
Stunning car, Full
Service history, $13,000
(352) 601-2168
LINCOLN
'91, Town Car 85K miles,
good shape. $2,200.
If Interested call
(352) 228-2397
MAZDA,
1999, 626 LX, $4,000.
leave message, will
return phone call,
352-726-8379, 634-2606
MERCEDES
1988 560 SEC Classic,
absolutely Immaculate
cond. low mileage, all
elec. Champagne
metallic w/maroon
leather Interior $11,500
(352) 601-2168
MERCURY
GRAND MARQUIS 2002
Fully loaded, Ithr, P/W,
P/S, etc. 63K. Must sell.
$8,900/bo 352-382-2858
MERCURY
2000 Grand Marquis,
39K ml, sliver, $9,500
(352) 726-1899
(Moving overseas)
MERCURY
2002 Sable, 4-dr, V-6,
54K ml., great shape,
must sell, $7,500 abo
(352) 362-3435
MERCURY
'87, Grand Marquis,
$500. obo
(352) 634-1022
MERCURY
'94 Grand Marquis, 145K
ml.,cold A/C great, de-
pendable car, $1,750.
obo (352) 344-1521
MUSTANG 2005
New Classic Red
3K ml..Loaded, low gas
mileage, must see,
$19,000. (352) 447-5526
NISSAN
'97, Altlma, 4DR, cold
AC, AT, very clean,
Sun rf. 144k ml. $2,495
060(352) 341-3083
SATURN
1993, needs some work
$750/obo
(352) 726-6329
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1986 FORD H IOU
302 V8,4 spd
w/GG,4WD, tool boxes
and racks, $4000.00
obo,697-2658 after 6pm
























CHEVY
'04, Silverado, 4DR, ext.
cab., loaded, bedllner
& Tonto cover, excel.
condition $21,900.
(352) 726-2976
CHEVY 2500 LS
2000, ext.cab, LWB, 5.7L
V8, auto, AC, Cruise, Tilt
CD/Cass. Pewter,
$12,700, (352)422-0154
Dodge Ram
'04, SLT, 1500, V-8, reg.
17k, two tone blue &
silver $15,500. OBO
(352) 382-7888
FORD
1996, F150XLT, V8, extra
cab, extra clean, cold
AC, AM/FM/CD, good
tires, all power, bed-
liner The price is right at
$4,795. (352) 628-6071
(352) 302-0346
FORD
'97, Ext, Cab, 4 x 4, XLT,
V8, 86k, new 33" tires, all
power, 6 disc CD,
bed liner, very clean,
$10,500. (352) 302-2523
FORD F-100
1971, Brand new rebuilt
Boss 302, 4 spd Granny
low, 1 4 ton w/overload
suspension. V2 flatbed,
$1200. (352) 628-6197
Ford F100
1982, 6 cyl., auto., long
wheel base, good
shape, $1000.
(352) 563-2092
Ford F150 XL
1993, 6 cyl., long bed,
std. cab, $1800.
(352)302-8231
FORD
Immaculate, '00, Rang-
er super cab, 4D, auto,
all power, loaded, 69k,
25MPG, $7,995.
(352) 795-0963
FORD RANGER XLT
'02, 4dr, 4.0, V-6, 33K, full
pwr, 6dsc CD, bedllner,
tow pkg, Auto. $10,500.
00B(352) 726-5128
Ford XLT EXT Cab
1995, 4x4, 7.3 turbo
dlesel, w/cap, 135k,
excel. cond. 1 owner.
$11,000. (352) 341-1143
NISSAN
2005 Titan LE, crew cab,
7.5K ml., loaded Orig.
$33,250 Now $26,500
(352)249-9143
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SILVERADO 1500
2004 2WD, CD/AM/FM,
4spkrs, auto, cruise, Air,
Exc. cond. $15,400.
352-746-5128/726-3655
SURPLUS VEHICLES
FOR SALE
2000 Chevy Silverado
P/U $7,500.
1996. Ford SD Flatbed
w/ 20,000 GVW
Gooseneck Trailer
$20,000
2001 GMC 3500
15' Box Van $7,500
1966 Chevy C-10
ready to be restored.
Lots of new parts
$2,5o00.
(352) 795-5600













CHEVROLETC
1988 S-10 Blazer V-6, 2
wheel drive, Tahoe pkg.
Good cond. $2,200 obo
(352) 344-5993
FORD Explorer
1992 4x4, A/C Power
Steering, Power Locks,
Tilt, Cruise, AM/FM,
Cassette, 341-4585
$3,000 OBO
OLDS BRAVADA
1997, 4.3L V-6, all pwr.
130Kml. $4800/abo.
(352) 860-1951


FORD TAURUS
1999, V-6, 4dr, nice.
$2500. (352) 621-9233




CADILLAC SEVILLE
1976, renovated Exc.
cond. Drive or show.
$6,500.
(352) 746-6521
CHEVY CORVETTE
2005
14,000 MILES, $48,500
MAKE OFFER
352-949-0094
EL CAMINO 1972
$4,000/obo
Serious callers only
352-302-3004
FORD
T-Bucket, Modified 302,
comp. chrome front
end, C-4 trans., 9 bolt
rear, $6,500. OBO.
(352) 344-1193
SJ 7 JEEP 1983
Restored,
what a beauty
$7900
(352) 527-4224
VOLKS BUG
1970, New ext. paint
108K, AM/Cass. Fact.
AC not working. $4795


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ALAN NUSSO
BROKER
Associate
Real Estate Sales
Exit Realty Leaders
(352) 422-6956
CHEVY
1997, Astro, AWD, Org
Owner, 194K New drive
shaft, brakes & tires,
rebuilt trans & rear end,
$2,3000B0.
(352) 795-6827
CHEVY ALUM 26'
Step-in van, 1986. Well
maintained and In gd.
cond. $2900. (352)
344-8389/860-2418
CHEVY ASTRO VAN
'98, V-6, 8 pass. dual
AC, cruise, full pwr,
new tires, looks/runs
gd, 130K $4,350.
(352-795-0799/302-3666
DODGE
2000, Window Van, %/4
ton, 8 passenger, load-
ed, 92k ml., $6,000. obo
(352) 628-0825
Dodge
'91, Econoline, runs
great, look good,
$1,200. OBO
(352) 382-7888
FORD
1995 Wlndstar, 86K ml.,
loaded, $2,995
(352) 860-0548
(352) 464-0670
FORD E-350
1993 Super wagon Van.
15 passenger. $3000.
Call Mon. Fri.
(352) 563-1330
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TOYOTA
'92, Prvia LE, blue,
Michellns, cruise, clean,
$3,495. obo
(352) 344-1204




ATV + ATC USED PARTS
Buy-Sell-Trade ATV, ATC,
Go-carts 12-5pm Dave's
USA (352) 628-2084
Honda 200
1987, adult owned,
garage kept.
Good cond.$1200.
(352) 628-6941
Polaris Trallboss 330
2004, Adult owned, low
hrs., 20 hr. service done,
Speedo Pkg. & rear
seat. E/C $3000. firm
(352) 212-0993 8-5pmn
RAIL BUGGY
1915cc, sharp, 2 fast for
wife, new motor.
$7800/obo
(352) 341-1613
SUZUKI '01 JR 80
2 Stroke, 5 spd,
99KTM 65 2 stroke, good
shape, runs perfect.
$1000, each.
(352) 341-0004




HARLEY
'98, FLHTCI, 95th
Anniversary, 11 k ml.,
excel, cond., loaded
w/extras, $13,900.
(352) 344-2109
HARLEY DAVIDSON
'03, 100th Anniversary
Dyna, many extras,
$25k Invested, 7,800 ml.
,MSTA $14,000. obo
(352) 527-6660
HARLEY DAVIDSON
2000 Elec. Glide Classic,
103 cu.ln. Big Boar kit
44mm carb. Andrews
cams, 6-spd transm. lots
of chrome, $20,000
(352) 637-4123
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TOYOTA
'02, Highlander, 4 x2,
V6 silver, excel, cond.,
1 owner, gar. kept,
alum wheels, P/Seat,
windows & doors, P Mn
Rf., remote sec. sys.,
tinted window, dual air
bags, cruise, AM FM,
CD, tow pack., trailer
hitch 82k ml., trans. ext.
warranty$15,800.
(352) 877-447-1950




CHEVROLET
1990 Suburban 4x4,
auto., A/C, 5.7 litre,
1-1/2 ton transm. Over-
load shocks, tow pkg.
145K ml. $2,850 Tough
truck (352) 860-1308
Jeep Grand
1996 Cherokee, V-8,
4x4, new tires, looks
perfect, runs better.
103k, $5,500.
(352)382-7888
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574-1115 TUCRN
Notice to Creditors
Estate of
William Patrick Buckley
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
THE 5TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR CITRUS
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO.: 2005-CP-1309
DIV:
Judge: Patricia Thomas
IN RE: ESTATE OF
WILLIAM PATRICK BUCKLEY
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The estate of the above
named decedent, who
died on August 21, 2005, Is
being administered In the
probate division of the
above named court, the
address of which Is 110
North Apopka Avenue, In-
verness, FL 34450, and the
file number is shown
above. The names and
addresses of the personal
representative and the
personal representative's
attorney are set forth be-
low.
ALL CREDITORS AND
OTHER PERSONS WHO
HAVE CLAIMS OR DE-
MANDS AGAINST THE DE-
CEDENT'S ESTATE, INCLUD-
ING UNMATURED, CON-
TINGENT, OR UNLIQUIDAT-
ED CLAIMS, ON WHOM A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE IS
SERVED, MUST FILE THEIR
CLAIMS WITH THE COURT
WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
ALL OTHER CREDITORS
OF THE DECEDENT, AND
OTHER PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST DECEDENT'S ES-
TATE, INCLUDING UNMA-
TURED, CONTINGENT OR
UNLIQUIDATED CLAIMS,
MUST FILE THEIR CLAIMS
WITH THE COURT WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBUCATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first pub-
lication of this Notice Is
November 8, 2005.
Personal Representative
Geraldlne B. Cote'
2851 Sunrise Lakes
Drive East, #106
Sunrise, Florida 33322
Attorney for Personal
Representative:.
CAMP & CAMP, P.A.
By: /s/ Brian R. Dolan
111 S.E. 12th St.
(Doavile Bivd.)
,Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316
(954) 524-8111
Florida Bar No. 576484
Published two (2) times in
the Citrus County Chroni-
cle, November 8 and 15,
2005.
575-1115 TUCRN
Notice to Creditors
(Summary Administration)
Estate of Frank J. Protani
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
CITRUS COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No: 2005-CP-1414
IN RE: ESTATE OF
FRANK J. PROTANI,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Summary Administration)
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ES-
TATE:
You are hereby notified
that an Order of Summary
Administration has been
entered In the estate of
FRANK J. PROTANI, de-
ceased. File Number
2005-CP-1414, by the Cir-
cuit Court for Citrus Coun-
ty, Florida, Probate Divi-
sion, the address of which
Is 110 N. Apopka Avenue,
Inverness, FL 34450; that


Honda Shadow
1985, 500cc, low miles,
exceptional cond.
$1500. OBO
(352) 746-9212

YAMAHA
2003 rZ-250, $3,200
or best offer
(352) 860-0587 after 6p

YAMAHA VINO
2002 SCOOTER
49cc, burgundy/
creme/ tan, 3,000 ml.
1 owner, like new, $990.
(352) 465-4631


856-1108 F/MITUCRN
PUBLIC NOTICE
The Citrus County School Board will accept sealed bids
for;
BID# 2006-20 CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES
Bid specifications may be obtained on the CCSB
VendorBId website; Automated Vendor Application &
Bidder Notification system: www.vendorbld.net/cltirus/
Sandra 'Sam" Himmel
Superintendent, Citrus County School Board
Published three (3) times in the Citrus County Chronicle,
November 4, 7 and 8, 2005.


577-1108 TUCRN
PUBLIC NOTICE
INVITATION TO BID

City of Crystal River
Emergency Back Up Generators For
City Hall & Fire Department
BID No. 05-B-08
The City of Crystal River will receive sealed bids for the
Purchase and Installation of Emergency Generators
and Transfer Switches for City Hall. Police Deportment
and Fire Department. You are hereby invited to submit
a bid on the above referenced project.
OWNER: City of Crystal River
123 NW Highway 19
Crystal River, FL 34428

Bids will be received until 11:00 AM, on November 17,
2005, at which time they will be opened and read
aloud In Council Chambers at Crystal River City Hall.
INTENT OF SPECIFICATION:
This specification Is Intended to provide Emergency
Back-up Generators Services with Automatic Transfer
Switches. There are three (3) designated areas for the-
se generators: Crystal River City Hall and Crystal River
Police Department, located at 123 NW Hwy, 19. Crystal
River. FL 34428, and Crystal River Fire Department, lo-
cated at 650 NW 3rd Avenue, Crystal River. FL 34428.
SCOPE OF WORK:
The work covered by this specification shall include fur-
nishing and installing all electrical and generator
equipment required to provide the owner with a com-
plete operating system.
This is a performance-based specification, Contractor
shall provide all necessary items required to place gen-
erators in operation, whether or not specified herein.
A site visit is required at each facility. Site visits should
be arranged forty-eight (48) hours In advance by con-
tacting the Public Works Department at 352-795-6149.
Fuel source will be natural gas or propane gas.
Crane service to be provided by contractor.
Insurance coverage Is required for this project.
Elevated concrete pad will be constructed by the Pub-
lic Works Department. The contractor will provide the
required measurements for all foot prints of the genera-
tors.
Published one (1) time In the Citrus County Chronicle,
November 8, 2005.


the decedent's date of
death was November 4,
2004; that the total value
of the estate Is $30,000.00
and that the names and
addresses of those to
whom it has been assign-
ed by such order are:
Unda Angus
2313 Brookside Drive
Flint, MI 48503
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the estate
of the decedent and per-
sons having claims or de-
mands against the estate
of the decedent other
than those for whom pro-
vision for full payment was
made in the Order of
Summary Administration
must file their claims with
this Court WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH IN
SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DE-
MANDS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY
OTHER APPLICABLE TIME
PERIOD, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publica-
tion of this Notice is No-
vember 8, 2005.
Person Giving Notice:
/s/ Undo L Angus
2313 Brooksrde Drive
Flint, MI 48503
Attorney for Person Giving
Notice:
/s/ John S. Clordy, III
Florida Bar No. 123129
Crider Clardy Law Firm PA
PO Box 2410
Crystal River FL 34423-2410
Telephone: (352) 795-2946
Published two (2) times In
the Citrus County Chroni-
cle, November 8 and 15,
2005.
576-1115 TUCRN
Notice To Creditors
(Summary Administration)
Estate of Melvin C. Spano
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
CITRUS COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: 2005-CP-1442
IN RE: ESTATE OF:
MELVIN C. SPANO,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Summary Administration)
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ES-
TATE:
You are hereby notified
that an Order of Summary
Administration has been
entered In the estate of
MELVIN C, SPANO, de-
ceased, File Number
2005-CP-1442, by the Cir-
cuit Court for Citrus Coun-
ty, Florida. Probate Divi-
sion, the address of which
is 110 North Apopka Ave-
nue, Inverness, Florida
34450; that the dece-
dent's date of death was
November 19, 2001; that
the total value of the es-
tate Is exempt home-
stead real property and
that the names and ad-
dresses of those to whom
it has been assigned by
such order are:
Pauline J. Spano
c/o Rucker Wickline
638 Foxfire Road
Elizabethtown, KY 42701
:ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the dece-
dent and persons having
claims or demands
against the estate of de-
cedent other than those
for whom provision for full
payment was made in
the Order of Summary
Administration must file
their claims with this Court
WITHIN THE TIME PROVID-
ED BY LAW.
ALL CLAIMS AND DE-
MANDS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY
OTHER APPLICABLE TIME
PERIOD, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER' THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first pub-
lication of this Notice Is
November 8, 2005
Person Giving Notice:
/s/ Pauline J. Spano
c/o Rucker Wickline
638 Foxfire Road
Elizabethtown, KY 42701
Attorney for Person Giving .
Notice:
/s/ Michael T. Kovach, Jr.,
Esquire
KOVACH, KOVACH &
RODRIGUEZ
106 N. Osceola Avenue
Inverness, FL 34450
Florida Bar No.: 0308020
Telephone: (352) 344-5551,
Published two (2) times In
the Citrus County Chroni-
cle, November 8 and 15,
2005.




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