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Title: Citrus County chronicle
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Citrus County Chronicle
Publisher: Scofield Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Inverness, Fla.
Publication Date: December 20, 2005
Copyright Date: 2006
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DAVE PIEKLIK
dpieklik@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Almost three years after a new
addition opened at the Citrus County
Courthouse to accommodate growth,
some staff members say they've
already run out of room.
At her office last Thursday,
Administrative Judge Patricia
:Thomas said she has talked with
county officials to discuss the current
situation and possible solutions to
free up space.
"We've already reached capacity,"
she said.
Explaining what court employees
currently face, Thomas said, among
:other temporary solutions, space
once used for storage has now been
converted to office space. She said
efforts also are under way to create
"overflow courtrooms" in the event
the other five courtrooms are filled
Please see SPACE/Page 5A


Program

seeks new

coordinator

Doctor Ride at stake
JIM HUNTER
jhunter@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
The man who created Doctor Ride,
the program that helps elderly
patients get to their doctors when
they have no
VOLUNTEER other way to do
so, is looking for
To coordinate someone to keep
the Doctor the unique vol-
Ride program unteer program
or drive for it, going.
call Pat Jim Pitts of
McCormack Beverly Hills,
at 464-1033. who also started
the program to
deliver weekend meals to elderly res-
idents unable to get meals for them-
selves, created the Doctor Ride pro-
gram in Citrus County more than a

Please see PROGRAM/Page 5A


Fire destroys young couple's home


MATTHEW BECK/Chronicle
Joshua Sweat holds his girlfriend, Angel Teeter, on Monday afternoon while standing in what is left of their rental home in Hernando. The couple, who does-
n't have renter insurance, lost everything they own Saturday night after an electrical fire destroyed their wood-framed home.

Smoke, flames claim lives oftwo pets as wel as belongings in Hernando house


KHUONG PHAN
kphan@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle


Joshua Sweat and Angel Teeter thought they had
the found the perfect little home six months ago.
'Angel found it, and she kept saying how cute it
was," Sweat's grandmother Belita Spafford said.
The 1,200 squard-foot, two-bedroom, wood-
frame home on Lakefront Drive in Hernando
seemed like a wonderful place for the young cou-
ple to live and raise their dogs.
On Saturday evening, everything changed.
According Citrus County Fire Rescue, an elec-
trical fire broke out in the couple's bedroom. A
neighbor dialed 911 at 8:41 p.m., and by the time


HOW TO HELP
SA trust fund has been established in the
name of Joshua Sweat at the Suncoast
Schools Federal Credit Union.
Call the credit union at (800) 999-5887.

several fire engines and tankers arrived, the
house was fully engulfed in flames. Within 15
minutes, firefighters put the fire out, but the
home was destroyed
Luckily, Sweat and Teeter weren't home. The.
young couple was at Spafford's house celebrat-
ing Teeter's 19th birthday. Sweat, also 19, didn't
suspect a thing until they were driving down the
street.


"Ididn't think it was my house," he said. "As we
came up closer, I realized that it was my house..I
jumped out of the truck while it was running.
The first thing I asked was, 'Where are my dogs?
Did they make it?' They said no, and that they
were gone."
Two of the couple's dogs, Dixie, a pit bull, and
Precious, a pregnant cocker spaniel, had suc-
cumbed to the smoke and perished during the
blaze. While the couple is thankful for their own
safety, the loss of their beloved pets is almost too
much to bear.
"I had her for 2 1/2 years," Teeter said of
Precious as tears welled in her eyes.
The couple's third dog, an American bulldog
Please see /Page 4A


Report on utilities purchase says county could operate more efficiently


Rate estimates

projected lower
TERRY WIrr
terrywitt@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
A consultant's report released
Friday says water and sewer utilities
owned by the Florida Governmental
Utility Authority in Citrus County
would be less expensive to operate if


the county owned them.
The report by Rose, Sundstrom &
Bentley, LLP said customer rates
would benefit from the cost savings.
Rate increases covering a 10-year
planning period would be 15 percent
less if the county owned the systems,
cash reserves would be higher and
the county's borrowing requirements
would be lower, the report said.
The report also said the county
would have more accountability than
FGUA.
Rose, Sundstrom & Bentley LLP


was hired by the Citrus County
Commission on Oct. 11 to analyze
whether the FGUA systems should be
purchased by the county or left in
FGUA's hands. Burton & Associates
Inc. prepared the financial analysis.
"A preliminary financial assess-
ment prepared by Burton &
Associates Inc. provides that the cost
to operate the Citrus Systems would
be less under county ownership than
under FGUA ownership," the report

Please see t'iTE/Page 4A


Utility chief questions consultant's report


TERRY WITT
terrywitt@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
A key manager for the Florida
Governmental Utility Authority on
Monday said a consultant's report
that discusses whether Citrus County
should purchase FGUA's local water
and sewer systems is riddled with
"inaccuracies and inconsistencies."


Systems Manager Robert Sheets
sent a letter to County Commission
Chairman Gary Bartell asking for an
opportunity to appear before the
board in January to address the prob-
lems he sees in the report. He said he
couldn't attend today's board meeting.
The report by Rose, Sundstrom &
Bentley, LLP will be discussed by
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5-of-5 5 winners $39,288.76
4-of-5 449 $70
3-of-5 12,265 $7
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Cash 3: 9- 5 6
Play 4: 9 8 6 2
Fantasy 5: 10 18 -21 26 27
5-of-5 3 winners $95,025.23
4-of-5 393 $116.50
3-of-5 12,479 $10
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5-of-6 264 $3,245
4-of-6 16,810 $41
3-of-6 233,486 $4
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Cash 3:4-8-5
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4-of-5 S 333 $127.50
3-of-5 11,023 $10.50
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Mega Ball: 7
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4-of-4 6 $2,142
3-of-4 MB 3 $339
3-of-4 1,816 $46
2-of-4 MB 2,519 $23
2-of-4 54,931 $2
1-of-4 MB 18,345 $250
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3-of-5 81512 $1250
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Today is Tuesday, Dec. 20, the
354th day of 2005. There are 11
days left in the year.
Today's Highlight in History:
On Dec. 20, 1803, the Louisiana-
Purchase was completed as own-
ership of the territory was formally
transferred from France to the
United States during ceremonies in
New Orleans.
On this date:
In 1879, Thomas A. Edison pri-
vately demonstrated his incandes-
cent light at Menlo Park, N.J.
In 1963, the Berlin Wall was
opened for the first time to West
Berliners, who were allowed one-
day visits to relatives in the
Eastern sector for the holidays.
In 1989, the United States
launched Operation Just Cause,
sending troops into Panama to
topple the government of General
Manuel Noriega.
In 1999, the Vermont Supreme
Court ruled that homosexual cou-
ples were entitled to the same
benefits and protections as wed-
Sded couples.
Ten years ago: lin Bosnia-
Herzegovina, NATO began its
peacekeeping mission, taking over
from the United Nations.
Five years ago: President-elect
Bush named businessman Paul
O'Neill to be his treasury secretary;
Ann Veneman to be the first female
secretary of agriculture; Mel
Martinez to be secretary of housing
and urban development; and Don
Evans, secretary of commerce.
One year ago: In a sobering
assessment of the Iraq war,
President Bush acknowledged
during a news conference that
Americans' resolve had been
shaken by grisly scenes of death
and destruction, and he pointedly
criticized the performance of U.S.-
trained Iraqi troops. *A Chilean
appeals court upheld the indict-
ment and house arrest of General
Augusto Pinochet on murder and
kidnapping charges during his rule.
Today's Birthdays: Comedian
Charlie Callas is 78. Actor John
Hillerman is 73. Psychic Uri Geller
is 59. Singer Alan Parsons is 56.
Actress Jenny Agutter is 53. Actor
Michael Badalucco is 51. Rock
singer Billy Bragg is 48. Rock
singer-musician Mike Watts (The
Secondmen,. Minutemen,
flREHOSE) is 48. Country singer
Kris Tyler is 41. Rock singer Chris
Robinson is 39, Singer JoJo is 15.
Thought for Today: "Friendship
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DAVE PIEKLIK
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Chronicle

Thi difretor for'Teen Court
of Citrus County has been
placed on paid administrative
leave, pending an investiga-
tion into "accounting issues."
Barbara Hinkle was placed
on leave Monday after the
-Citrus County Sheriff's Office
was asked to investigate the 9-
year-old alternatives to incar-
ceration program. Contacted
by cell phone, Hinkle said she
turned in her keys and securi-
ty clearance badge for her
office at the Citrus County
Courthouse in Inverness after
being told she was being
placed on leave because of
"conduct unbecoming."
She declined further com-
ment.
Jessica Lambert, spokes-
woman for the county which
oversees Teen Court opera-
tions said she could not com-
ment, and an official with the
human resources department
was not immediately available.
Sheriff's spokeswoman Gail
Tierney said the office was
notified Monday morning by a
county official about "account-
ing concerns" with the pro-
gram, although she could not
say if they specifically involved
Hinkle.
"They did ask us to look into
it (Monday) morning," she said.
Tierney also could not elab-
orate on what the accounting
issues involved.
She said the office would be
investigating, and that she
could learn more within a few.
days.
Hinkle has been with Teen
Court for five years. She start-
ed out as a volunteer judge,
and then became assistant
director of the program in
August 2002. This past
February, Hinkle was promot-
ed to the top spot, taking over
for former director Thomas
Moore, who retired from the
program in February.
Reached at his home
Monday afternoon, Moore said
he was surprised by the news
about his successor.
"I couldn't believe it," he
said. "I don't know what to say."
Moore, a former police offi-
cer from Connecticut, said it's
too early in the investigation to
say for sure what could hap-
pen, but stressed the role Teen
Court plays.
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Sis the program and the kids,"
he said. "It's a great program
S and needs to continue."
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The children of the Carter Street Head Start Program were guests at the yearly Christmas party hosted by Foral City Chapter
164, Order of the Eastern Star. Santa Claus entertained parents and the Head Start pupils as he distributed a bag full of pres-
ents, as well.as a new bicycle to each child. Many throughout the local community contributed to the purchase of the gifts.




District considers deal plant settlement


JIM HUNTER
jhunter@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle


The governing board of the Southwest
Florida Water Management District will
consider a proposed settlement today with
Tampa Bay's regional water supply
authority concerning a dispute about the
performance of a new desalination plant
The agreement, if supported by the
water district's board, will end the con-
tract dispute about what the water district
would get for its $85 million in capital
investment in the desalination plarit.
The sum of $85 million was provided by
taxpayers in the 16-county water district,
which includes Citrus County. The Apollo
Beach plant originally was designed to
deliver 25 million gallons a day of drink-
able water, but it did not meet the contract
design efficiency standards when it began
operating.
In 2004, Tampa Bay Water picked anoth-
er company to remediate the problems to
operate it long term. The original plant
and pipeline costs were $110 million, but
with the remediation costs the total capi-
tal price of the program will be about $150
million.


Tampa Bay has said it would seek to
recover the overrun from performance
bonds and professional liability insurance
funds, but the operational performance of
the plant had the two partners in the alter-
native water source project at odds.
At issue was the 25 million gallons a day
the water district contracted for in its
investment agreement of the ad valorem
taxes. Tampa Bay Water holds that no
plant ever operates at maximum capacity
every day. It said under current conditions
that it would operate the plant at 25 mil-
lion gallons a day capacity as needed -
could even go up to 28.75 million a day if
needed but not at the maximum capac-
ity every day. Tampa Bay Water said there
are times when, because of wet weather
and water levels, it's not necessary to run
the plant at capacity.
The contract issue of performance for
the $85 million went to mediation, and a
spokeswoman for Tampa Bay Water said
Monday the supply authority board had
approved the proposed agreement and
was hopeful the water district board
would approve it today
At full capacity, the plant is designed to
provide Tampa Bay region with 10 percent
of its drinking water supply The water is


blended with water from other less-expen-
sive water supply sources, making the
desalinated water more affordable.
Tampa originally held that desalination
was too expensive a way to develop alter-
native sources of drinking water, but even-
tually partnered with the water district
With the agreement of the $85 million in
capital investment.
At a projected $2.54 per thousand gal-
lons, the desalinated water is deemed to
be the least expensive desalinated water
in the world. When the $85 million from
the water district is applied to the cost,
Tampa Bay Water said, that would reduce
the cost another 61 cents per thousand gal-
lons, but the water district was more con-
cerned with the contracted performance
standard.
Under the proposed agreement, Tampa
Bay Water would agree to produce at least
15 million gallons a day on an annual aver-
age from the plant in 2009 and 2010.
A .memo from Water District
Chairwoman Heidi McCree and Executive
Director David Moore said they believed
the settlement represented the best terms
on which the two negotiating teams were
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Public hearing to discuss Chassahowitzka sewer costs


TERRY WITT
terrywitt@
chronicleonline.com
Chronicle

A public hearing today could
set the stage for the county to
create a water and sewer prop-
erty assessment in Chassa-
howitzka, but the size of the
assessment may not be known
for several months.
Commissioners must make a
decision at today's hearing to
impose the assessment if they
are to meet the deadline for


adding it to next year's proper-
ty tax roll.
But County Engineering
Director Al McLaurin said the
size of the assessment can't be
determined until the project is
rebid and redesigned.
The county is in a financial
jam with the project.
The only bid received for the
project was $11.1 million, or $6
million over budget. To make
up the difference, staff origi-
nally proposed a property
assessment of $10,366, plus a
connection fee of $3,760.


* WHAT: Citrus County
Commission meeting.
WHEN: 1 p.m. today.
WHERE: Citrus County
Courthouse.
WHAT: Chassahowitzka
hearing is set for 3:15
p.m.

Chassahowitzka residents
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Staff has come up with a new
plan. They will ask commis-
sioners today lobr permission to


bid the two systems separately
and design the sewer with shal-
lower pipes. After bids are
received, the assessment can
be calculated again, said
McLaurin.
He is hopeful the new design
will attract local bidders who
won't have to house employees
in motels or travel long dis-
tances to reach the work site.
He also believes multiple bid-
ders could result in more com-
petition and lower bids.
In July, commissioners will
have a final hearing about the


assessment. The final project
costs for the sewer will be
known by then. Bids for the
water system will be advertised
in January.
State Sen. Mike Fasano, R-
New Port Richey, has pledged
to introduce legislation that
would give the county $2 mil-
lion of additional state funding
for the project. The state
already has contributed more
than $4 million in grant money
Fasano said Chassahowitzka
is now his top priority for water
projects in his district


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Lecanto manfaces burglar assault charges to step betweenthe two men, but Jones
as lca e pushed her away
She managed to rush the bleeding man
KHUONG PHAN Office, Jones entered the home of two into the bathroom. Jones, still upset,
kphan@chronicleonline.com acquaintances unannounced Sunday slammed his hand on the door repeatedly
Chronicle afternoon. A man was napping on the Jones then went into the woman's bed-
couch, and Jones slapped the man on his room, found a 20-gauge Mossberg shotgun,
A Lecanto man was arrested Sunday chest pushed the weapon through the top of the
evening after he had threatened another The man tried to keep Jones away from bathroom door and pointed it at the man
man with a shotgun. him, but Jones managed to put him in a inside.
Joel Shawn Jones, 23, 1121 S. Fieldview headlock and repeatedly punched him in The woman grabbed the barrel of shot-
Loop, was arrested on charges of armed the face, causing him to bleed. The man gun, and managed to push it back through
burglary and aggravated assault with a then went into the bathroom to clean up, the door. The shotgun then fired, sending
deadly weapon. while Jones quickly followed behind. A one round through the house.
According to the Citrus County Sheriff's woman, who also lived at the house, tried Jones' bond was set at $32,000.


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Florida Highway
Patrol
DUI arrest
Robert Earl Platt, 58, 3378
Arundel Terrace, Homosassa, at
10:35 p.m. Sunday on charges of
driving under the influence and driv-
ing under the influence resulting in
damage/injury.
His bond was set a $1,500.
Citrus County Sheriff
Arrests
Jonathan David Haffkoss, 21,
7777 E. Smoke Trail, Inverness, at
8:08 p.m. Sunday on a charge of
marijuana possession.
He was released on his own
recognizance.
John Ray Jacobs, 67, 7650
Homosassa Trail, Unit 26, Hom-
osassa, at 9:44 p.m. Sunday on
charges of marijuana possession,
possession of drug paraphernalia
and giving false information to a law
enforcement officer.
His bond was set at $1,500.
Jared Riley, 18, 2515 S.
Coleman Ave., Homosassa, at
12:30 a.m. Sunday on a charge of
possession of alcohol by a person
younger than 21 years of age.


ON THE NET
For more information:
about arrests made by
the Citrus County
Sheriff's Office, go to
www.sheriffcitrus.org and
click on the link to Daily
Reports, then Arrest
Reports.

He was released on his own
recognizance.
Heather Rachel Villanueva,
21, Crystal River, at 1:51 p.m.
Monday on charges of child neglect
and petit theft.
According the sheriff's office,
Villanueva pilfered a pair of shoes
from a department store. She took
the shoes from the rack and put
them on her feet. She then took her
old shoes and placed them under-
neath the blanket that was wrapped
around a baby she was carrying.
Her bond was set at $5,250.
Jeremiah Hub Ward,,22,4255
S. Plum Tree Terrace, Invemess, at
1:20 p.m. Monday on charges of
knowingly driving with a suspended
license and carrying a concealed
weapon.
His bond was set at $750.


UTILITIES
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said. "As a result, customer
rates would benefit directly
from county ownership."
When FGUA purchased the
water and sewer systems in
November 2003 from Florida
Water Services Corp., the
county retained the option of
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struction costs in Citrus Springs and
Pine Ridge prompted commissioners
to take an early look at a potential
buyout
The report, which is prelim-
inary, appears to make a case
for the county buying the sys-
tems.
However, the report cau-
tions that the county will have
to do its own financial analysis
to determine whether it would
assume FGUAs existing debt


buying uie uuilities at a future Gary or issue Donas it it decides to
date. Few in county govern- Bartell buy the systems.
ment expected the purchase commission The report said FGUA's
to occur this soon. chairman. existing bond debt is $21.8 mil-
However, recent criticism of lion. Transition costs would be
FGUA's use of property assessments $280,000, and the county also would
to pay for line maintenance and con- have to repay the $2.5 million FGUA


The report said FGUA's existing bond debt
is $21.8 million. Transition costs would be
$280,000, and the county also would have to

repay the $2.5 million FGUA borrowed as a "line
of credit" after it took over the Citrus Systems.


borrowed as a "line of credit" after it
took over the Citrus Systems.
County Commission Chairman Gary
Bartell said the key is whether the
county could buy the systems without
raising rates. He said FGUA agreed to
keep rates stable for five years, except
for annual adjustments for inflation.
However, some county officials say


FGUA's use of property assessments
has breached its pledge not to
increase rates. County Utilities
Regulatory Director Robert Knight
said the property assessments are a
rate increase.
The report does not specifically
answer the question of whether cur-
rent rates could be maintained if the


county took over the systems, but
Bartell said Burton & Associates is
expected to make a presentation at
today's meeting.
"If they are going to recommend a
rate increase, that won't sit well with
me," Bartell said. "We'll have to wait
for the presentation. We just need
good numbers so we can make an
intelligent decision."
Cathy Taylor, director of the coun-
ty's Office of Management and
Budget, said she had not been provid-
ed a copy of the report, but had
requested it
Taylor said the numbers would
have to show that rates would be
equal to or less than current rates for
the county to have an interest in pur-
chasing FGUAs systems.


CHIEF
Continued from Page 1A

commissioners beginning at 2
p.m. Bartell said he wants
Sheets present to address his
concerns.
"If we're going to make a deci-
sion tomorrow, I would like all
the facts," Bartell said.
But Sheets said FGUA has not
had an opportunity to conduct
an extensive review of the rec-
ommendations outlined in the
report. He said he received the


FIRE
Continued from Page 1A

named Bo, was tied up outside
and survived the flames by hid-
ing underneath Sweat's Bay
Area Air Conditioning work van
parked within the home's car-
port Bo was taken-to the Hu-
mane Society Monday morning,
where he awaits adoption.
The cause of the fire appears
to have been no fault of Teeter
or Sweat, as the couple made
sure to be extra careful any
time they left their home.
"Nothing was turned on,"
Sweat said. "We always turn
everything off when we leave. I
was already skittish about leav-
ing things like heaters and
even the lights on."
The fire was so intense that
Sthe couple's bedroom, in the
back of house, is now nothing
more than charred wood. In
addition to eating away the
wooden walls, the flames were
so hot that they melted glass,
disintegrated a television,
torched a computer and
warped the couple's steel bed


report Sunday and could see it
wasn't factual.
"It's full of inaccuracies, mis-
quotes and outdated informa-
tion," Sheets told the Chronicle.
"The information on cost num-
bers is ludicrous. It's laughable."
Among other things, Sheets
said the report does not address
whether Citrus County would
increase staffing for its utility
system, which would expand
from 6,000 customers to 18,000
customers if the FGUA systems
we6readded, and makes no meni-
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In the living room, bright
pink insulation falls from the
ceiling, covering scorched
couches. The small Christmas
tree in the corner in nothing
but a blackened twig, and the
couple's 30-inch television and
various appliances are just
hunks of melted plastic.
"You read about it or hear
about it on the news about peo-
ple's houses burning down
around the holidays, but you
never know how bad it could
possibly be until it happens,"
Sweat said.
Throughout the rest of the
house, everything is pitch
black, as the flames scorched
just about every conceivable
inch of the place.
"Cleaning supplies and a
couple of pots and pans, that's
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He said the report claims
county staff was consulted be-
fore the report was made, but he
said in reality only Utilities Reg-
ulatory Director Robert Knight
was asked for information.
In his letter, Sheets said the
FGUA fully recognizes Citrus
County's right to assume owner-
ship of its 11 water and five
wastewater systems. He said
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lost home and belongings to fire.

asked about what he could sal-
vage from the fire.
What few things that sur-
vived the blaze were inside
closed cabinets. Amazingly, a
Bible story Teeter had
received as a gift came out of
the fire virtually unscathed,
even though it was kept under-
neath the couple's bed.
The couple rented the home
and did not purchase renter's
insurance. Compounding mat-
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tle money he could save inside
the couple's now destroyed
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150 systems, Sheets said.
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all of this," Sweat said. "Now
we have nothing."
Through the help of family,
friends and the Red Cross, the
couple was able to get things
like money and clothes.
Spafford has set up a trust fund
in her grandson's name at the'
Suncoast Schools Federal
Credit Union. Without the aid,
Teeter and Sweat would have
nothing more than the clothes
on their backs.
"I never knew how great peo-
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For now, the couple plans to
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and another is needed.
Growing pains
Opened Jan. 2003, the 40,000-
S square-Foot, $7-million new
addition was unveiled, follow-
Sing-more than seven years of
planning. Four courtrooms
.were added to-the then 22-
year-old building, along with
extra space for the Clerk of
Courts and other court person-
nel.
Original plans called for a
100,000-square-foot building,
but were rejected by county
commissioners because of cost
issues. At that time, Thomas
and others complained the
smaller-sized plan would be
inadequate to address popula-
tion growth.
With the courthouse seeing
an increase in case filings per
month, and a recent Florida
Supreme Court report that
says the Fifth Judicial Circuit
which includes Citrus
County is the fastest growing
circuit in the state in the past
. two years; Thomas is prepared
jfr more growing pains.
"We're not at critical yet,"
she said. "If we get a new
judge, we can get fairly criti-
cal."
Numbers game
Cu- rrently, four circuit
judges, one county judge,. a
magistrate and traffic hearing
officer handle the 31,053 cases
the Clerk of the Circuit Courts
-office said were filed this year
-According to the same data,
28,521 cases were handled in
2003; the following year, 27,429
cases were handled, according
to the same source.
The numbers are only
expected to increase with the
High Court's finding.
To address a high caseload,
six county judges and three cir-
cuit judges were appointed
this year to the Fifth Circuit,
including Circuit Judge Carol
Falvey, 45, of Crystal River,
who was appointed to serve as
Family Law Judge in Citrus
County.
.While Thomas acknowl-


edged such appointments help
with the caseload, space issues
only become worse.
"We need places to put them.
Citrus County is certainly,
growing," she said. "The whole
Fifth Circuit is growing."
Search for space
To alleviate the space
crunch, Thomas said court-
room use is rotated, so a judge
who is on the bench can use
the court of one who isn't work-
ing. A jury assembly room on
the first floor also is being ren-
ovated to convert into an extra
courtroom if needed.
John Sullivan, director of
courts, said space at the
Historic Courthouse next door
is also being
considered. Al- .
though it does-
n't have securi-
ty systems that
would be need- .
ed for some
felony proceed-
ings, he said
the second John
floor has an old Sullivan
courtroom that director of
has been used -courts.
in the past for a
couple ofcivil trials.
Sullivan acknowledged the
current courthouse is probably
too small, saying, "We would
like to have seen it a little bit
bigger."
He added the county had a
limited budget at the time, and
had to go with the smaller
plans. However, he said he
meets weekly with court staff
to make sure space is used
wisely.
In the meantime, county
spokeswoman Jessica Lambert
said Monday the county and
court staff will meet in the near
future to discuss space needs.
She saidissues like population
growth aren't just a courthouse
problem, and that such offices
as the Supervisor of Elections
and sheriff's office also face
the same problems.
"We're looking across the
board," Lambert said of find-
ing space.
Thomas agreed she wasn't
alone, saying about the county,
"They've got a lot on their
plate."


PROGRAM
Continued from Page 1A

decade ago.
For the past two and a half
years; retired Hernando resi-
dent Pat McCormack has been
managing, the program. But-
now, because of other responsi-
bilities in-her life, she is step-
ping away from the managing
end of the program, although
she will continue driving.
Pitts highly praised
McCormick's handling of the
program.
"She's been great," he said,
but added that he will not be
able to pick up the responsibil-
ity for organizing the volunteer
effort So he's hopirig'to find
someone to fill McCormick's
shoes.
Although he still manages to
drive for the weekend meal
delivery, he said, "I'm not in
good health. I'm 78, and I've run
out of energy."
The program helps people
who can't drive and who have
no one to take them to get to
their doctor or a medical facili-


ty in the county. The require-
ments are that they are 65 or
older and have no family in the
area to help them. They can get
one ride a week and have to
request it three to five days in
advance.
McCormack said the coordi-
nation is mostly phone work
and takes from 12 hours a week
to 20 or 30 at the busiest time.
Pitts said without the pro-
gram the elderly residents who
use it would not be able to keep
medical appointments without
spending a lot of money -
money they don't have. "It's
probably one of the most impor-
tant programs in the county,"
said McCormack
The Doctor Ride program
doesn't accept money and
never has, Pitts noted.
Volunteers do it for the person-
al satisfaction of helping peo-
ple who need it very much.
Although grateful, patients
have often offered to pay some-
thing, a proud Pitts said. The.
point is that those in the pro-
gram can't afford to pay. "A dol-
lar has never changed hands,"
he said.
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about two hours or so total,
Pitts said. The program coordi-
nator sets up the trips, which
are probably about five or six a
day back and forth between
places such. as Inverness,
Floral City, Homosassa, Crystal
River and Beverly Hills, he
said. All realize the importance
of what they do.
"They just do it joyfully," he
said.
SWhile the county does have a
bus system that will pick up res-
idents for a nominal fee, often
just going to a doctor's office
half way across the county
takes all day, with the transfer-
ring and waiting.
"These people are sick" Pitts
said, and a whole day of travel-
ing can be excruciating and
debilitating for many of them.
"I don't want to see this die,"
Pitts said of the program. "It's
too good of a thing."
McCormack said the pro-
gram is most rewarding for the
volunteers. As for the patients,
she said, "They're so apprecia-
tive. They need us." Anyone
interested in coordinating the
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464-1033.
Pitts added that the group is
always looking for volunteer
drivers for the Doctor Ride and
the weekend meals delivery
program. It delivers meals by 2
p.m. on weekends and holidays.
For information about that pro-
gram, call Pitts at 527-0523.
Pitts noted, that Franks
Family Restaurant in Her-
nando, owned by Bill and Carol
Wineski, has provided the
meals at no cost to the program
for the past six years. He said
they began helping when they
learned the federal Meals on
Wheels program provided
meals only on weekdays, and
the Wineskis have provided the
food ever since, Pitts said. They
even go in when they're off for a
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Marie
Arsenault, 88
INVERNESS
Marie Clair Arsenault, 88,
Inverness, died Thursday, Dec.
8, 2005, at Citrus Memorial
Hospital.
Born April, 17, 1917, in
Quebec, Canada to Napolian
and Mary Ann (Arbour)
Arsenault, she moved to this
area in 1981 from Long Island,
N.Y.
She was a homemaker and a
parishioner of Our Lady of
Fatima Catholic Church.
Her husband, Adrian
Arsenault, preceded her in
.death on May 1, 2000.
She is survived by two broth-'
ers, Amedee Arsenault and
Albert Arsenault, both of
Canada.
Chas. E. Davis Funeral Home
with Crematory, Inverness.

Lucy Banczak, 79
OCALA
Lucy Virginia Banczak, 79,
Ocala, died Saturday, Dec. 17,
2005, in Inverness.
Born Dec. 15, 1926, in Cairo,
Ill., to Walter and Clara
Caraker, she moved to Ocala in
1981 from Fort Lauderdale.
She was a retired Registered-
Nurse.
She enjoyed traveling, cook-
ing and watching the Food
Network
She was preceded in death
by her parents.
Surviving are two nieces and
two nephews.
Hooper- Funeral Home,
Inverness.

Dolores Foley, 62
INVERNESS
Dolores M. Foley, 62,
Inverness, died Sunday, Dec.
18, 2005, in Inverness.
Born April 21, 1943, in
Lowell, Mass., to Armand and
Doris (Driscoll) Beaumont, she
moved here three years ago
from Methuen, Mass.
Mrs. Foley was a private care
Certified Nursing Assistant
She enjoyed playing bingo
and scrapbooking.
She was Baptist
She was preceded in death
by her son, Kenneth Foley, in
2005.
Survivors include two sons,
Kevin Foley of Plaistow, N.H.,
and Bruce Foley of
Manchester, N.H.; one brother,
Armand H. Beaumont Jr. of
Inverness; four sisters,
Priscilla Beaumont and
Sandra Augusta both of
Methuen, Mass., Doreen
Stanwood of Arizona and


Marjorie Aspland of
California; and five grandchil-
dren.
Chas. E. Davis Funeral Home
with Crematory, Inverness.

Elsie Lowther, 81
CRYSTAL RIVER
Elsie E. Lowther, 81, Crystal
River, died Saturday, Dec. 17,
2005.
She was born Jan. 26, 1924, in
Columbus, Ohio, to William
and Belle Armentrout, and
moved .to
Crystal River
18 years ago
from Deerfield
Beach.
She was a
home aker
and she was
Baptist.
She was pre- Elsie
ceded in death Lowther
by her husband
of 58 years, Jack E. Lowther, in
1995.
Survivors include five
daughters, Martha Adams and
Susie Stephens both of
Columbus, Ohio, Alice Tade of
Pompano Beach, Donna
Daniels and Mary Margaret
Diaz both of Crystal River;
three sons, Jackie Lowther of
Fort Lauderdale, William
Lowther of Crystal River and
Tom Lowther of Pompano
Beach; 28 grandchildren; and
22 great-grandchildren.
Brown Funeral Home and
Crematory, Crystal River

Sandra
Mecyssine, 64
CRYSTAL RIVER
Sandra J. Mecyssine, 64,
Crystal River, died Saturday,
Dec. 17, 2005, in Lecanto.
A native of Calumet City, Ill.,.
she moved to this area five
years ago from Orlando.
She was a retired cashier in
the retail industry.
She enjoyed cooking and
watching butterflies and she
was a great friend to all who
knew her.
She was Christian.
She was preceded in death
by her father, Samuel Huston,
and a sister, Roberta Huston.
Survivors include her daugh-
ter, Rhonda L. Walker and hus-
band, Chris, of Windermere;
granddaughter, Lauren Walker
of Windermere; grandson,
Dalton Walker of Windermere;
mother, Evelyn Huston of
Leesburg; sister, Janet Mize of
Beverly Hills; three brothers,
Walter Huston of Santa Rosa
Beach, Jim Huston of Monee,
Ill., and Donald Huston of
Leesburg; and many nieces
and nephews.


Fero Funeral Home, Beverly
Hills.

Lillian
Medeiros, 70
INVERNESS
Lillian C. "Lil" Medeiros, 70,
Inverness, died Saturday, Dec.
17, 2005, at the Hospice Care
Unit at Citrus Memorial
Hospital in Inverness.
Mrs. Medeiros was born
April 1, 1935, in Sydney Mines,
Nova Scotia, to Jackie and
Katie Vickers and moved here
in 1994 from Norwalk, Conn.
She was a retired hospital
unit secretary in Norwalk for
more than 20 years.
She was a member of the
Women of the Moose No. 2112
and Eagles Aerie 3992, both of
Inverness.
She was Catholic.
Her husband, Jesse
Medeiros, preceded her in
death Oct 10, 2002.
Survivors include her daugh-
ter, Patricia Nolan of Santa
Ana, Calif.; one brother, Joe
Vickers of Ontario, Canada; six
sisters, June Stanley of
Inverness, Kay Metcalf of Cox
Heath, Nova Scotia, Eileen
McNeal of North Sydney Nova
Scotia, Patsy Lee ,of Sydney,
Nova Scotia, Maureen Hopkins
of Calgary, Canada, and Mary
Thorne of North Sydney, Nova
Scotia; dear friends, Bill and
Krystyna Green of Inverness
and Peter and Jean Banks of
Inverness.
In lieu of flowers, memorials
are suggested to Hospice of
Citrus County, PO. Box 641270,
Beverly Hills, FL 34464.
Chas. E. Davis Funeral Home
with Crematory, Inverness.

Evelyn 'Kim'
Pulphus, 64
BEVERLY HILLS
Evelyn J. "Kim" Pulphus, 64,
Beverly Hills, died Sunday,
Dec. 18, 2005, in Beverly Hills.
She was born April 5, 1941,
and she moved here three
years ago from her native
Cincinnati, Ohio, where she
was a computer operator for
Belcan industries.
She was a member of Mac
World Addicts and she loved
her dogs and the ocean.
She was a member of
Kenwood Fellowship in
Cincinnati.
She was preceded in death
by her husband, Alex Pulphus,
in 1974; and a brother, Michael
Bocklett
Survivors include best
friend and companion,
Charles Tolliver of Beverly
Hills; two sons, William


Thornhill and wife, Tammy, of
Cincinnati, Ohio, and Kevin
Tolliver of Columbus, Ohio;
two daughters, Alexis
Chappell and husband,
Michael, of Cleveland, Ohio,
and Angela Boone of Los
Angeles, Calif.; her mother,
Dorothy Connor and husband,
Thomas, of Cincinnati, Ohio;
six brothers, Danny Bocklett of
California, Gary Bocklett,
George Bocklett, both of
Cincinnati, Ohio, William
Bocklett of Atlanta, Ga.,
Vincent Bocklett and Tim
Bocklett, both of Cincinnati,
Ohio; four grandchildren; and
one great-grandchild.
Hooper Funeral Home,
Homosassa.

George
Roberts, 78
HOMOSASSA
George Basil Roberts, 78,
Homosassa, died Monday, Dec.
12, 2005, in Crystal River.
Mr Roberts was born Nov. 5,
1927, in New York City, N.Y, to
George and Jenny Roberts.
He was a mason.
He is survived by his son,
William J. Turner of Spencer,
WVa.
Hooper Funeral Home,
Homosassa.

Arthur
Schineller, 80
HERNANDO
Arthur J. Schineller, 80,
Hernando, died Saturday, Dec.
17, 2005, in Inverness.
Born Feb. 1, 1925, in
Brooklyn, N.Y, to William and
H e r m i n a
Hermina
(Heft) Schi-
neller, he
moved here in
1995 from
Baldwin, N.Y.
Mr Schineller was a World
War II Army Battle of the Bulge
survivor
Prior to retiring, he was
employed as a plumber for the
Town of Hempstead.
He was Catholic.
He was preceded in death by
his parents; his wife, Florence
Schineller, Dec. 22, 2003; three
brothers, Herman, William and
Joseph Schineller; and four
sisters, Marie Masi, Julia
Schineller, Emma Schineller
and Wilhelmena Avery.
Survivors include two
daughters, Sally Piechotta and
Judy A. Velsor and husband,
Allen, all of Inverness; a sister,
Theresa Stokel of Elmont, N.Y;
a sister-in-law, Ursula Louise
Milatz of Long Island, N.Y;
seven grandchildren; and five


great-grandchildren.
Hooper Funeral Home,
Inverness.

Lee Schlee, 91
SARASOTA
Lee Woodruff Schlee, 91,
Sarasota, formerly of In-
verness, died Friday, Dec. 16,
2005, in Sarasota.
Born Feb. 22,
1914, in
Ellisburg, Pa.,
to Peter and
Nora Schlee,
he moved here
in 1980 from Hallandale before
moving to Sarasota.
Mr Schlee was a Navy veter-
an serving in World War II and
a construction supervisor.
He was preceded in death by
his first wife, Winifred Arlene
Schlee, March 29, 1995; broth-
er, Harvey Schlee; and sister,
Hazel Huey
He is survived by his wife,
May Schlee, of Sarasota.
Hooper Funeral Home,
Inverness.

Lucille Shull, 83
INVERNESS
Lucille M. Shull, 83,
Inverness, died Saturday, Dec.
17, 2005, in Inverness.
Born Jan. 10, 1922, in
Dansville, N.Y, to George and
Gretchin Conklin, she moved
here in 1981 from Hulberton,
N.Y
Mrs. Shull was a former sec-
retary for the Board of
Education business manager.
She was a graduate of
Rochester Business Institute.
She was a member of First
Presbyterian Church, Inver-
ness, the Inverness Woman's
Club and FHM Ladies
Auxiliary American Legion,
Holley, N.Y
She sang in choir since 1981;
secretary for the Presbyterian
Women;, helped in the kitchen
for church meals and was a
bookkeeper at church.
She' was preceded in death
by two sisters, Catherine
Robinson and Alice Walker.
Survivors include her hus-
band of 62 years, Clair Shull of
Inverness; two sons, James S.
Shull of Holley, N.Y, and John
M. Shull and wife, Lori, of
Holley, N.Y; a brother, Donald
W Conklin and wife, Nancy, of
Dansville, N.Y; four grandchil-
dren, Becky Klimchuk,
Matthew Shull, Erin Shull and
Kari Shull; and two great-
grandchildren.
,Hooper Funeral Home,
Inverness.


Mildred
Williams, 75
LECANTO
Mildred L. Williams, 75,
Lecanto, died Sunday, Dec. 18,
2005, at her home under the
care of her family and Hospice
of Citrus County.
Mrs. Williams was born April
21, 1930, in Miami, to Arthur
and Leodia (Faske)
Fairbrother and she moved to
this area 21 years ago from
Hialeah.
She was a dental assistant
and a homemaker
She was Catholic.
She was preceded in death
by her sister, Dorothy Perry, in
2004.
Survivors include her hus-
band of 54 years, Earl G.
Williams of Lecanto; one son,
Brian Williams of Detroit,
Mich.; one daughter, Janet
Peck and husband, Robert, of
Cheyenne, Wyo.; one brother,
Luther Fairbrother of South
Miami; and four grandchil-
dren, Zachary and Alexandra
Peck, Randall and Brian
Williams.
Strickland Funeral Home,
Crystal River
Click on http://www.chroni-
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local obituaries.

Funeral

NOTICES

Marie Clair Arsenault. The
Mass of Christian burial for
Marie Arsenault will be offered
at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 20,2005,
from Our Lady of Fatima
Catholic Church. Inurnment
will follow at a later date in
Fero Memorial Gardens of
Beverly Hills.
Lucille M. Shull. The service
of remembrance for Lucille M.
Shull, 83, Inverness, will be
conducted at 3 p.m. Wednesday,
Dec. 21, 2005, at the First
Presbyterian Church of Inver-
ness with Pastor Craig Davies
officiating. Friends may call
from 2 to 5 p.m. Tuesday (today)
at the Inverness Chapel of
Hooper Funeral Homes.
Cremation will be under the
direction of Hooper Crematory.
Mildred L Williams. Calling
hours for Mildred L. Williams,
75, Lecanto, will be from 3 to 5
p.m. Thursday, Dec. 22, 2005, at
the Strickland Funeral Home
Chapel in Crystal River In lieu
of flowers, the family suggests
that those who wish may make
a memorial donation to
Hospice of Citrus County at PO.
Box 641270, Beverly Hills, FL
34464. Private cremation
arrangements under the direc-
tion of Strickland Funeral
Home, Crystal River.


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Drive safe, save lives


AARP courses bring

skills, discounts

Special to the Chronicle
Mature drivers, 50 and over, should
take the AARP Driver Safety course as
Sa refresher. It is designed to teach
compensating skills to the older driver.
You do not have to be a Florida resi-
dent nor an AARP member to register.
There is a course fee of $10 per per-
son and many insurance companies
offer a premium discount to partici-


pants who complete the two four-hour
day course.
To register, call the instructor listed
after 9 a.m. For information regarding
future classes, contact Charlie
Lucente at 726-0753.
Jan. 10 and 12: 8:15 a.m at Beverly
Hills Recreation Center, 71 Civic
Circle, Beverly Hills. Call Theresa
Williams at 746-9497.
Jan. 17 and 18: 9 a.m. at Seventh-day
Adventist Church, 5863 W Cardinal,
Homosassa. Call Janice Blodgett at
613-6006.
Jan. 17 and 18: 8 a.m. at Citrus
Springs Community Center, 1570 W
Citrus Springs Community Center,


There is a course fee of $10 per person and many
insurance companies offer a premium discount to
Participants who complete the course.


Citrus Springs. Call John Engberg at
(352) 465-2816.
Jan. 19 and 20: 1 p.m. at Coastal
Regional Library, 8619 W Crystal
Street, Crystal River. Call Lou Harmin
at 564-0933.
Jan. 25 and 26: 1 p.m. at Citrus
Memorial Health System Share Club,
502 W Highland Blvd., Inverness.
Share Club Members Only. Call Joanne


Chipkar at (352) 465-6830.
Jan. 30 and 31: 9 a.m. at First United
Methodist Church, 8831 W. Bradshaw
Avenue, Homosassa. Call Frank Tobin
at 628-3229.
Feb. 7 and 9: 8:15 a.m. at Beverly
Hills Recreation Center, 71 Civic
Circle, Beverly Hills. Call Theresa
Williams at 746-9497.


FFWC Fall Tour


RIGHT: Crystal
River Woman's
Club members
attending the
Florida
Federation of
Women's Clubs
District 5 Fall
Tour in Ocala
Oct. 20 were,
from left, seat-
ed: Naomi
Gray, Mary Lou
Rothenbohl,
president;
Andree
Mergen,
International
Affairs chair-
man; Helen
LeFave, second
vice president.
Standing: Lili
Baker, histori-
an; Holly Oder,
past president;
Ruth Levins,
chaplain and
Pauline Grogan.
;,;FAR RIGHT:
President Mary
Lou Rothenbohl
is shown with
FFWC
President-elect
Pat Keel and
Claudia
Edwards,
District 5 direc-
tor. LEFT:
Representing
the Inverness
Woman's Club
were: standing,
Fran Pierce;
seated Maxine
Henderson on
the left and
Sandra Koonce
on the right.
Special to
the Chronicle


Fire Safety House seeks workshop participation


Special to the Chronicle

Do you like having fun teach-
ing children to be fire safe and
have the time to help? Those at
Fire Prevention need your
help with the Fire Safety


House.
From April 1997 to April
2005, the Fire Safety House has
been presented to 12,620 par-
ticipants (86 percent are chil-
dren) in 1,037 workshops at 184
functions.


Most programs are present-
ed to the elementary schools.
The Fire Safety House pro-
gram is extremely important to
prevent fire injuries and
deaths.
The Fire Safety House can


be credited with reducing the
number of children fire deaths
in Citrus County.
Fire Prevention will provide
the necessary training to pres-
ent the fire safety programs
and to operate the Fire Safety


House.
Anyone who has the time
and desire to assist in the Fire
Safety House program, contact
Kenneth Clamer at the Fire
Prevention Office (527-5407) for
more information.


Talent


starts


young

Playhouse 19, Gulf
Islands Civic Theatre
and the Performing
Arts
Group
out at
the
Citrus
County
A r t
Art
Center
please
take
note
an otd Ruth Levins
send AROUND THE
o u t COMMUNITY
your
talent scouts to Lecanto
High, Citrus High and
Crystal River High. The bud-
ding performing artists of
the schools drama groups
are amazingly talented.
Lecanto's Panther Players
recent production of "Jekyll
and Hyde" The Musical by
Steve Cuden and Frank
Wildhorn from the book and
lyrics of Leslie Bricusse and
Music by Frank Wildhorn,
based on the story by the
heralded writer Robert
Louis Stevenson was a sell-
out success at Curtis
Peterson Auditorium.
With more than 30 musical
numbers, the two-act pres-
entation included lavish cos-
tumes for the nine scenes in
the first act and seven
scenes in the second act
Directed by Beth Bedee,
the 31 members of the cast
were right on cue in the pre-
cision-challenged routines
required of them. Assisting
Bedee with the choreogra-
phy were Saxon George-
White and Katie Lowery.
The vocalists were mature
beyond their years. An emo-
tionally charged perform-
ance "Hyde the Musical"
was entertainment at its
finest.
Seniors David Watson, as
John Utterson, Steven Jenks,
as Dr. Henry Jekyll and Mr.
Edward Hyde, Stephanie
Coatney, as Lucy Harris and
Lindsey Smith, as Emma
Carew, all mainstays of the
drama group will be missed.
All plan to pursue the arts in
college.
With a mere fling of his
abundant hair, Jenks cap-
tured his Jekyll-Hyde role in
an intense tormented and
powerful revelation that left
us awe struck
The Crystal River High
School Players presented
"Up the Down Staircase,"
dramatized by Christopher
Serge and directed by
Catherine Tweeddale Tate.
Quoting Robert Browning "A
man's reach should exceed
his grasp," the troupe of
players of 10 students as fac-
ulty members and 20 stu-
dents as students ... a high
school setting within a high
school was a perfect fit.
The two-act play was a
nostalgia trip for this former
teacher, especially the open-
ing scene for the Sylvia char-
acter, played expertly by
Annelise Reding as she tried
to teach the importance of
first impressions and was
thwarted by mounds of
paper work and messages
from the principal.
Annelise Reding gets the
Oscar for her role as Sylvia
Barrett, the beginning
teacher who, rejected at first
by the students, by the end of
term was deeply loved and
appreciated by blazing a
trail instead of conformity in
her classroom. Over at
Citrus High, Charles
Dickens classic "Christmas
Carol" was performed three
times for a growing number
of drama fans countywide.
Let's support the drama
departments of our local
high schools. I guarantee
you'll be thoroughly enter-


trained.

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


Father Christmas 2005


Special to the Chronicle
Anthony J. Palumbo, M.S., S.A., chief executive officer of
Hospice of Citrus County, was chosen by the Father
Christmas Ball committee to be Father Christmas 2005.
Each year, the committee chooses a person who makes a
positive difference in the lives of our citizens. Palumbo
spoke of the new Hospice House in Lecanto that has 16
beds and that Hospice volunteers are always needed.
Palumbo and Hospice touch the lives of us all.


Citrus County Cruisers


Special to the Chronicle
The Citrus County Cruisers recently installed the new officers for 2006, shown from left: Doug
Thomas, member at large; Jim Moran, member at large; Dick Bump, treasurer; Sandy Hawkes,
secretary; Ricky Olpinski, president; Dick Rausch, vice president; Roland Sorel, member at
large.


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FPLGps 1.42
FlaRock s .60
FordM .40
GenElec 1.00
GnMotr 2.00
HomeDp .40
Intel .40
IBM .80


-.13 -3.6
-.30 +2.5
-.44 -1.0
+.09 +.2
-.95 +9.7
-.20 +2.1
-.16 -11.7
-.49 -26.9
-.36 +12.6
-.19 +14.4
-1.35 +29.3
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McDnlds .67
Microsoft .36
Motorola .16
Penney .50
ProgrssEn 2.42
SearsHldgs ..
SprintNex .10
TimeWarn .20
UniFirst .15
VerizonCml.62
Wachovia 2.04
WalMart .60
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4,190.55 3,348.36 Dow Jones Transportation 4,108.15 -34.34 -.83 +8.16 +10.11
438.74 319.75 Dow Jones Utilities 412.14 -5.68 -1.36 +23.05 +23.69
7,867.59 6,902.51 NYSE Composite 7,778.59 -35.41 -.45 +7.29 +9.30
1,778.74 1,186.14 Amex Index 1,754.05 -6.93 -.39 +22.29 +24.00
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12,787.08 11,195.22 DJ Wilshire 5000 12,595.49 -93.20 -.73 +5.22 +6.99


NEWYORKaSTOCKaEXCHANG


Div Name Last Chg

... ABB Ld 9.18 +.03
.92 ACELtd 53.42-1.38
.66 ACMlnco 8.24 +.01
... AESCplf 15.91 -.32
.44 AFLAC 46.99 -.58
1.481 AGLRes 35.00 -.30
.AKSteel 7.69 -.19
1.92 AMURs 37.88 -.10
... AMR 21.76 -.29
.90e ASAUd 52.91 +.04
1.331 AT&TInc 24.83 -.13
1.75 AT&T2041 25.10 +.03
.38r AUOpion 13,68 -20
.79e m XA 31.68 -.46
1.10 AbtLab 40.43 +26
.70 AberFlc 63.01 -.33
.30p Accenhre 28.20 -.39
.86e AdamsEx 12.61 -.07
.30 Adesa 24.17 +.04
.. AdvMOpt 42.05 -.11
.. AMD 28.12 -.05
... Aeropsi 23.88 -.75
.041 Aenas 94.23 -2.37
.. AffCmpS 56.17 +.64
.Agerers' 12.83 -27
.. Agilent 35.05 -.25
.03 Agnicog u18.41 -.17
.. Ahold 7.57 -.07
128 AirProd 59.30 -.02
.. Airan 14.54 -.38
.76 Albertsn 23.86 -.47
1.81 Albrtsnun 24.35 +.10
.60 Alcan 39.72 +.07
.. Alcatel 12.90 -.04
.60 Alcoa 28.55 +.32
.99e Alcon 131.40 -6.17
.. AlgEngy 31.86 -.19
.40 AlegTch 33.01-1.09
.40 Mergan 107.51 -1.03
126 Allete 45.11 -.76
2.80e AlliCap 56.57 +.11
AlliData 35.15 -.70
.89 AIWrld2 12.27 -.02
.. AdWaste 8.95 -.18
1.28 Allstate 54.16 -.13
1.54f Alltel 64.01. +.05
.. AlphaNRsn 19.00 +.18
.18 Alpharma 28.42 -1.70
3.20 Alria 76.58 -.74
.Amdocs 27.00 -.94
1.20 AmHess 125.53-1.12
2.54 Ameren 51.72 -.55
.62i AMoIalLs 30.00 +.04
.60 AmAxde 18.38 -.16
1.48f AEP 37.00 -.42
.04f AEqlnvf 12.87 -.13
.48b AmExp 51.27 -.66
1.08 AFndRT 12.12 -.20
.60 AmlntGpof 65.82 +.67
.38] AIPCIf 8.06 +.46
.60 AmStand 39.97-1.29
.78 AmSIP3 10.58 +.02
.AmTower 26.83 -.26
... Ameridt 25.31 -21
e224 Ameigas 29.08 +.03
.20 AmerisBg 80.90-1.03
1.04f AmSouth 26.55 -.30
.72 Anadrk 95.97 +.15
.24 AnalogDev 36.78 -.92
.56e AnglogldA 48.62 -.81
1.08 Anheusr 44.27 -.01
.. AnnTaylr 33.36 +.01
1.44e Annaly 11.36 -.19
.. Anteon 54.14 -.24
.80e Anworth d7.46 -.13


.60 AonCorp 35.83 -.32
.401 Apache .69.17 -.33
.17 ApplBio 26.26 -.53
.431 AquaAms 2f.49 -27
.. Aquila 3.65 -.13
.281 Aramark 26.67 -.29
.32 ArchCoal 79.48 +.51
.34 ArchDan 24.56 -.50
1.73 ArchstnSm 42.37 -.36
... ArowEl 31.93 -.04
.40 ArvMert 14.25 -24
1.10 Ashlandn 55.86 -.72
.68 AsdEstat 8.99 -.03
.32 Assurant 41.38 -.85
1.03e AstraZen u49.50 +1.08
1.26f ATMOS 26.38 -.42
.. AutoNaI 22.08 -.52
.74f AutoData 46.37 -.23
... AutoZone 91.98 -.18
.. Avaya 10.49 -.11
Avial 28.25 -.59
.66 Avon 29.19 -.11
1.52 BB&TCp 42.83 -.55
.68e BHPBilLt 32.33 +.03
.20 BJSvcss 37.39 -.58
..BJsWhls 30.00-1.29
... BMCSft 2028 -.07
2.09e BPPLC 6528 -.44
2.081 BRT 24.62 +.12
.52f BakrHu 60.12-1.15
.40 BalCp 39.86 -.28
.79e BcoBrads 28.91 -1.16
.48e Bncoltaus 23.49 -1.09
2.00 BkofAm 46.53 -.44
.84 BkNY 31.77 -.24
.72 Banta 49.72 -.37
.52 Bard 67.18 +.27
... BarrPhm 60.32 -.46
22 BanickG 26.84 -.22
.52 BauschLIf 79.56 -2.17
.58e Baxter 37.90 -.61
1.121 BearSt 115.20 -2.37
.. BearingPIf 7.54 -.08
.40 BeazrHm s 69.35 -.90
.861 BeclDck. 59.29 -.13
1.16 BellSouth 27.85 +.09
.20 Berkleys 45.71 -1.99
.32 BestBuys 43.71 -1.25
.. BigLots 11.75 -.25
1.28 BIkHICp 35.36 -.56
.75a BIkFL08 15.09 +.06
.50 BlockHRs 24.22 +.05
.04j Blockbstr 3.88 +.08
.04 BlckbsftB 3.45 +.10
.57e BlueChp 6.42 -.04
1.20f Boeing 69.97 -.78
... Bombay d2.76 -.08
.40f Borders 20.92 -.37
.. BostBeer 25.59 -.61
2.72a BostProp 74.50-1.18
... BostonSc 25.61 -.03
.80 Bowatr 29.95 -.46
.40 Brinker 38.45 -.12
1.12 BrMvSa 22.49 +.47
.60 BungeLt 54.25 +.28
.80 BurNSF 66.61 -.68
.40 BurlRsc u86.34+1.24
... CCESpnwi 10.80 +.05
2.16 CHEngy 46.05 -.60
.10 CIGNA 109.57 -1.78
.64 CITGp 51.64 -.67
.16 CKERst 13.43 -.59
... CMSEng 14.56 -.27
.48 CSSlnds 31.81 -.23
.521 CSX 48.74 -.60
.15 CVSCps 27.64 -.62
... CablvsnNY 23.15 -.85
.16 CabotO Gs46.36 -.18


.91e CadbyS 37.40 -.64
.28 CallGol 13.89 -.36
.24 Camecogs 61.52 +1.02
.72 CampSp 30.33 +.02
.24 CdnNRsgs 50.78 -.34
.11 CapOne u86.00 +.26
1.26 CapMpfB 12.70 +.20
.24 CardnlHIth 68.00 -.84
.. CaremkRx 51.75 -1.36
CarMax 27.05 -.34
.80 Carnival 53.04 +.39
1.00 Caterpils 56.83 -281
... Celanesen 19.64 +.35
1.18e Cemex 59.32 -.68
.44 Cendant 16.50 -.23
.24m CenterPnt 13.01 -.29
1.71 Cen pPr 49.43
.16 Centex 70.09-1.32
.24 CntryTel 33.56 -.20
.. ChmpE 13.93 -.20
.. ChRvLab 42.25 -.60
.01 Checkpnt 24.08 -.40
.20 Chemtura 12.25 -.25
.20 ChesEno 32.09 +.03
1.80 Chevron 56.75 -.76
1.84 ChiMerc 367.15-1.86
... Chlcoss 43.50 +.25
.40 Chiqluita 19.99 +.12
1.72 Chubb 95.48 -1.08
1.48e ChungTel 17.95 +.02
.16 Cimarex 40.70 -.51
.. CinciBell 3.70 -.05
1.92 CINergy 41.68 -.32
.07 CirCiv u22.70 +1.45
1.76 Citfo 49.17 -.20
1.00 CitzComm 12.75 -.10
.40a ClairesSirs 28.94 -.23
.75a ClearChan 32.68 -.20
1.161 Clorox 57.75 +1.99
.. Coachs 33.12 -.76
.16 CocaCE 19.80 -.10
1.12 CocaCI 41.42 +.21
... Coeur 3.92 -.13
1.16 ColgPal 55.88 -.06
.61 ColBgp 24.10 -.16
.65a Collnlln 8.11 -.03
2.20 Comerica 57.49 -.26
.44 CmcBNJs 34.13 -.67
.24 CmdMtls 35.39 -1.68
.. CmtyHt 38.76 -.29
1.13e CVRD 40.12 -1.04
.83e CVRDpf 34.92 -.43
.16 CompAs 28.30 -.73
CompSc 49.10 -.09
1.09 ConAgra 20.60 +.09
124 ConocPhils 58.60 +1.25
... Conseco u22.91 -.19
.56 ConsolEgy 65.51 +.45
2.28 ConEd 46.53 -.32
.ConstellAs 25.45 +.43
1.34 ConslellEn 59.10 -2.52
... CirB 19.98 -.25
.. Cnvgys 16.97 -.15
.. CoopCams 41.07 -.22
.06 CooperCo 48.33 -.64
C:.j:l.:.L 1u,2 0 30
':.:.,i,,,,r . -m
.09e CorusGr 10.10 -.08
.60 CntwdFn 35.25 -.19
.. CovantaH 14.66 +.11
.. Coventys 55.90-1.18
.. CwnCstle 27.20 -.02
.. CrownHold 19.39 -.32
1.20 Cummins 87.85-1.16
.. CypSem 14.22 -.44

.78a DNPSelct 10.34 -.11


.96 DPL 25.73 -.30
.36 DRHorins 36.57-1.24
2.06 DTE 43.67 -.53
1.93e DaimlrC 51.08 +.14
.04m DanaCplf 6.85 +.05
.08 Danaher 55.72 -.07
.40 Darden 38.21 -.60
SDeanFds 37.71 -.39
1.560 Deere '69.42 -.60
.80e DeutTel 16.52 -.18
.30 DevonE 63.68 -.49
.50 DiaOffs 67.59 -.61
.82 Diebold 37.93 -.39
.16 Dillards 24.05 -.21
.:. DirecTV 13.90 +.10
.27f Disney 24.54 -.16
.18 DollarG 19.11 -.06
2.68 DomRes 80.50 -.37
1.04 DonlleyRR 34.37 -.35
.32m Doralinlf 10.58 -.16
.68 Doser 40.90 -.50
1.34 DowChm 43.63 -.09
1.00 DowJns 36.35 +.79
1.48 DuPont 42.15 -.35
1.24 DukeEgy 27.04 -.24
1.88a DukeRy 34.10 -.62
1.00 DuqUght 16.80 -.07
.. Dynegy 4.67 -.10
.. ETrade u21.05 -.17
.72m ECCCapn 2.34 -.03
.. EMCCo 13.48 -.23
.16 EOGRess 77.01 -.64
1.76 EastChm 51.02 +.14
.50 EKodak 23.59 -.49
1.24 Eaton 66.89 -.37
.401 Ecolab 35.47 -.23
1.08f Edisonlnt 45.90-1.18
.16 EIPasoCp 12.31
... Elan 13.25 -.35
.20 EDS 23.40 -.08
1.78f EmrsnEl 75.46 -.06
1.28 EmpDist 20.66 -.32
... Eulex 19.73 -.44
3.70 EnbrEPtrs d43.84 -.81
.30 EnCanas 46.73 -.18
.91e Endesa 25.88 -.15
1.00 EndurSpec 35.00 -.06
... EngyPrt 22.19 -.45
... EnPro 27.66 -.62
.10 ENSCO 45.55 -.22
2.16 Entergy 69.80 -.60
.84 EqtRess 36.90 -.20
.68 Eqtylnn 13.97 +.26
2.00 EqOffPT 29.05 -.05
1.77f EqtyRsd 39.30 -.56
.44 EverestRe 97.05 -2.44
1.60 Exelon 53.55-1.04
1.16 ExxonMbl 57.70 -.36
1.42 FPLGps 42.76 -.19
... FCnslt 26.93 -2.80
FairchldS 17.37 -.61
.38 FamDIr 22.87 -.08
1.04 FannieMIf 47.24 -.27
.32 FedExCp 99.23 -.67
.24 FedSignl 15.03 -.28
1.00 FedrDS 64.78 -.19
2.00 Ferrellgs 20.99 -.03
.58 Ferrolf 18.69
1.00a RdlNFns 36.74 -.63
1.00 FidlNTtln 24.30 +.14
.24 FrstData 42.66 -1.22
4.12e FFinFds 16.80 -.30
1.80f FstHorizon 39.40 -.03
.48 FstMarb 29.45+1.70
1.60 FtTrFid d17.13 -.21
1.801 FrstEngy 49.12 -.53
.60 FaRocks 51.32-1.35
.36f- FootLockr 23.10 +.10


.40 FordM 8.23 -.07
6.40m FdgCCTgs 38.04 +.16
... ForestLab 41.70 +.59
.. ForestOil 45.60 -.72
1.44 FortuneBr 78.01 +.17
.40a FrankRes 95.47 -1.54
1.881 FredMac 65.91 -.11
1.00a FMCG 53.00 -.80
.Freescale 25.90 -.46
.FreescB 25.93 -.49
.80m FriedBR 10.57 -.36
.16a FrontOils 40.30 +.10
11.90r Frontline 39.08 -.92

.80 GATX 35.70 -.31
.76a GabelllET 8.05 -.16
... GameStp 30.87 -.67
1.16 Gannett 61.68 -.14
.18 Gap 18.00 -.24
.. Gateway 2.63 -.09
.. Genentch 89.76 -2.59
1.60 GenDyn 113.63 -.80
1.001 GenElec 35.82 -.24
1.64f GnGrthPrp 46.90 -.60
1.361 GenMills 49.50 -.25
2.00 GnMotr 21.05 -.84
1.56 GMdb33 16.80 -.33
.30 Genworth 33.80 -1.18
.70 GaPacif u47.94 +.10
.83e Gerdaus 15.60 -.78
... Glamis 24.64 -.51
1.53e GlaxoSKIn 51.97 +.36
.901 GlabalSFe 48.15 -.25
.13e GolUnhassu25.63 -1.01
.le GoldFLtd 16.84 +.19
.18a Goldcrpg 19.65 -.39
.32f GoldWFn 66.66 -.96
1.00 GoldmanS 125.13 -1.37
.80 Goodrich 38.98 -.96
.. Goodyear 17.15 -.35
.. GrafTech 6.19 -.44
.. GranlPrde 43.80 -.57
1.66 GtPlainEn 28.82 -.57
1.00 GMP 29.49 +.34
... Griffon 23.72 -.38
.34 Gtech 30.50 -.40
.71e GuangRy 14.46 +.11
.40 Guidant 67.10 +.15
.60 HCAlnc 51.48 -.63
.84 HRPTPrp 10.33 -.12
.50 Hallibtn 62.61 -1.11
1.06e HanJS 13.36 -.06
.55 HanPtDiv 8.19 +.11
.68 HanPtDv2 10.22 +.11
... Hanover 14.12 -.17
.Hanoverlns 38.71 -.55
1.74e Hanson 54.79 -.21
.72f HarleyD 52.30 -.23
... HarmonyG 12.93 -.01
1.45 HarrahE 67.60 +.40
1.20f HarffdFn 85.57 -.95
.36 Hasbro 20.36 +.07
1.24 HawaiiE 26.02 -.28
2.48 HIICrREIT 33.92 -.38
.24f HItMgt 22.37 -.34
2.64 HIthcrRIty 33.26 -.25
.HealthNel 50.75 -.97
.HedaM 3.55 -.07
1.20 Heinz 34.42 -.39
... HellnTel u11.17 +.21
.98 Hershey 57.70 -.16
.32 HewlettP 28.87 -.05
1.70 -s,.r,a.PI 28.63 -.39
.16 -,.... 22.42 -.57
.40 HomeDp 41.82 -.68
.91f Honwlllntl 37.86 -.02
.48f HostMarr 18.30 -.15


... HovnanE 49.41 -.85
.36 HughSup 35.93 -.70
.Humana 46.66 -.51
... Hunsmnn 18.30 -.06
.39e ICICIBk 28.40 +.03
IDTCorp 11.91 +.04
.08 IMSHifh 24.63 -.30
.4e IShBrazil 32.59 -.94
.04e IShJaan u13.24 -.04
.16e IShMalasia 7.05 -.04
.08e iShTaiwan 12.23 +.05
2.50e IShSP500 126.38 -.73
2.60e iShREsts 65.39 -.65
.72 ITTInds 102.91 +1.04
1.20 Idacorp 29.14 -.17
1.32 ITW 89.33 -.71
.48 Imation 45.57 -.87
1.80m ImpacMtg 9.97 -.18
.40 INCO 42.77 -.87
.64 IngerRds 40.14 -.71
... IngrmM 2.00 +.20
.80 IBM 82.76 -.61
.IntlCoaln 10.23 +.08
.50 InlGame 29.49 -.01
1.00 IntPap 33.51 -.18
InRect 32.17 -.77
... SEn 26.90 -1.29
Interpublic 9.77 -.06
IronMtn 43.30 -.70

.02 JLG u46.40 -.48
1.36 JPMoroCh u39.60 -.19
... Jabil 34.82 -.31
.04 JanusCap 18.83 -.03
.. Jardens 31.81 -.65
1.32 JohnJn 61.19 +.33
1.121 JohnsnCd 72.95 -.99
1.001 KBHomes 73.24-1.68
.. KCSEn 24.97 -.56
.48 Kaydon 31.81 -.59
1.11 Kellogg 44.36 -.27
.64 Kellwoodlf 23.10 -.18
.20 KerrMcG 91.62 -.90
1.30 Kecorp 33.71 -.33
1.86f KeySpan 35.77 +.39
1.80 KimbClk 58.85 -.27
3.00 KindMorg 92.44 -1.53
KingPhrm 16.86 -.14
... Kinross gf 8.30 +.02
... Kohls 46.28 +.60
.56e KoreaEIc u19.51 +.46
.92 Kralt 28.33 -.13
... KrspKrmil 6.01 -.02
... Kroger 19.10 -.01
.50 L-3Com 70.74 -1.43
.32e LLERy 3.30 +.02
.. LSILog 7.98 -.19
1.44 LTCPrp 21.10 -.77
.44 LaZBoy 14.36 -.74
... LaQuinta 11.03
LabCp 54.03 -.51
1.38 Ladede 29.40 +.06
LVSands 38.47 -.26
LeapFrog 11.85 -.43
.72 LeggMason120.97 +.48
.80 LehmBt 127.06-1.93
.64f LennarA 61.73-1.12
.441 Lennox 28.20 -.84
... Lexmark 46.86 -.77
.58e LbtyASG d5.50 -.09
... UbtyMA 7.81 +.02
1.60f UllvEli 57.59 +.93
.60 Urmited 22.90
1.521 UncNal 51.69 -.37
.24 Undsay 18.99 +.11
... UonsGtg d7.64 -.25
.23 UzClaib 34.90 -.10


1.20f LockhdM 62.63 -1.18
.50 LaPac 26.77 +.06
.24 LowesCos 68.54 -.87
... Lucent 2.90 +.07
.90 Lyondell 23,93 +.17

1,80 M&TBk 109.62-1.31
,56 MBNA 27.28 -.24
1.001 MDCs 64.13 -1.88
,76 MDURes 32.96 +.02
.. MEMCIf 21.86 -.57
.50 MCR 8.41 -.01
.60 MGIC 64.26 -.61
.. MGMMirs 35.51 -1.01
.MPSGrp 13.68 -.53
.03e Madeco 8.30 -.10
1.52 Magnalg 68.54 -.71
.49 MgdHi 5.93 +.02
1.20 Manulifg u58.61 -.86
1.32 Marathon 61.43 -.36
.42 MarlntA 66.96 -.76
.68 MarshM 32.21 +.01
.96 Marshlls 43.75 -.16
MStewr 18.13 -.90
.80 Masco 30.36 -28
.16 MasseyEn 39,51 -.52
.MatScdll 12.70
.501 Mattel 16.31 -.19
... Maxtor 4.53
.36 Maytag 18.97 +.02
.67f McDnlds 34.10 -.65
.66a McGrwHs 52.18 -.19
.24 McKesson 51.25 -.96
... McAfee 26.95 -.31
... MedcoHlth 56.98 -.50
.39 Medtmic u58.34 +.59
.80 MellonFnc 33.65 -.38
1.52 Merck 32.25 +2.24
... MeridGId 20.23 +.11
.80 MerrillLyn 68.26 -.55
.521 MetLife 49.48 -.34
,40 Michaels 35.85-1.02
.. MicronT 13.65 -.02
2.381 MidAApt 48.40 -1.56
... Midas 18.05 -.27
... Milacron 1.33 -.02
... Millipore 65.64 -1.54
2.51 MillsCp 42.91 -.41
.08e MitsuUFJ u14.17 +.10
.57e MobileTels 34.45 +.01
.80f Monsnto 75.57 -.04
.30m Montpelr 18.01 +.01
.28f Moodyss 61.42 -.08
1.08 MorgStan 56.67 -.21
1.40e MSEmMkI u22.78 -.12
... Mosaic 14.18 +.07
.16 Motorola 22.33 -.08
.73 MunienhFd 11.08 -.08
.45 MurphOs 53.23 -.62
.24 MylanLab 20.62 -.34
NBTY d16.77 +.02
.. CRCps 34.13 -.43
... Nabors 76.78 +.87
1.48 NaeCity 34.30 -.52
1.16 NatFuGas 32.81 -.52
2.27e NatGrid 48.93 -.32
... NOilVarco 62.17.-1.40
.12f NatSemi 26.51 -.71
Navistar 27.33 -.63
... Navteq 45.56 +.29
.21a NewAm '2.01 -.02
6.801 NwCentFn 38.30 +.74
1.441 NJRscs 43.04 -.61
1.00 NYCmtyB 17.07 -.18
.66 NYTimes 27.54 +.29
.84 NewellRub 24.05 +.04
.. NewfExps 49.96 -.04


.40 NewmtM 50.15 -.35
... NwpkRs 8.27 -.22
.12e NewsCpA 15.87 -.01
.10e NewsCpB 16.83
.92 NiSource 21.67 -.29
1.86 Nicor 40.96 -.41
1,241 NikeB 87.26-1.24
.. 99CentsIf 10,53 -.26
.161 NobleCorp 70.90 -.99
.20 NobleEns 41,68 -.25
.44e NokiaCD u18.49 -.04
.34 Nordstrms 37,03 +.65
.52 NorfkSo 42.62 -.39
.NorelNet 3.20 -.04
1,00f NoFrkBc 27.48 -.22
.70 NoestUI 19.83 -.15
3.20 NoBordr 42.23 -.28
1.04 NorthropG 58.38 -.76
.40 NovaChem 34.39 -.59
.86e Novarts 52.65 +.76
.36 Novellsn 16.28-1.08
1.16 NSTARs 28.78 -.57
.60a Nucor 65.55 -.69
.84 Nuveenlnv 43.98 -.36
.83 NvFL d13.82 -.18
.85 NVIMO 13.94 -.01
1.33 OGEEngy 27.30 -.51
1.44 OcciPet 81.60 +.75
.. OffcDpt 29.36 -.88
.80 Olin 19.06 -28
.09 Orincre 58.46 -.98
.OreStI 27.73 -1.15
.27 Oshkshs 44.23 -.89
.52 OutbkStk 40.55 -.45
... Owenslll 19.75

1.20 PG&ECp 37.32 -.19
.21 PMIGrp 39.82 -.55
2.00 PNC 63.47 -.42
.80 PNMRes 24.87 -.17
1.88 PPG 57.15 +.48
1,00 PPLCps 29.45 -.68
.48 PXREGrp 12.90 -.18
... PacaCre 89.04 -.85
1.00 PackAmer 22.58 +.21
... Pactv 21.05 -.96
... ParPharm 30.23 -222
... ParkDr u10.47 -.02
... PaylShoe 24.45 -.92
.38 PeabdyEs 81.69 -.21
3.00f Pengrthg 23.37 +.02
2.60 PenVaRs 54.65 -.04
.50 Penney 52.86 -.48
.27 PepBoy 14.16 -.29
.32 PepsiBott 29.48 +.02
1.04 PepsiCo 59.54 -.28
.34 PepsiAmer 2321 +.07
1.30e Prmian 15.46 -.02
.40 PetroCgs 40.05 +.35
.58e PetrbrsA 60.61 -1.68
1.52e Petrobrs 67.16 -2.00
.961 Pfzer 24.32 +1.74
1.50a PhelpD 140.36 -.64
.52e PhilipsEl 31.48 -.49
.92 PiedNG 24.02 +.02
,48 Pier1 9.28 +.09
.091 PilgrimsPr 34.73 +.37
.89 PimoStrat 10.67 -.27
2.001 PinWst 42.65 -.52
.24f PioNrl 51.45 -.41
1.24 PitnyBw 41,52 -.62
.10 PlacerD 22.06 -.42
:.. PlainsEx 41.33 -.51
1.52 PlumCrk 36.78 -.53
1.80 PoslPrp 40.47 -.44
.72 Praxair 51.74 -.59
... Pidelntllf 30.90 +.01


.651 PrinFncl 48.88 -.84
1.12 ProctGam 58.55 +,44
2.421 ProgrssEn 44.46 -.54
.12 ProgCp 118.69 -1.07
.24 ProsStHiln 2.88 -.02
.781 Prudent 74.77 -.04
2.24 PSEG 65.14 -1.36
1.00 PugetEngy d20.23 -.37
.16 PulleHs 41.56 -.86
.38a PHYM 6.67 -.03
.49a PIGM 9.32 -.09
.36a PPrlT 6.07 +.01
.62 Quanexs 48.75 -1,30
... QtmDSS 3.10 +.01
... QkslvRess 43.68 -.23
.. Quiksilvrs 13.38 -.40
.. QwestCm 5.77 -.15
.16f RPCs 25.80 +2.47
.641 RPM 18.03 -.06
.25 RadioShk 21.18 -1.01
... Racorp 40.32 -.50
.081 RangeRss 27.37 +.06
.48f RJamesFn 37.40 -.02
1.88 Rayoniers 39.99 -.16
.88 Raytheon 39.18 -.43
1.40 Rltylnco 22.06 -.27
1.36 RegionsFn 34.58 -.36
... ReliantEn 10.11 -.13
.63e Repsol 29.31 -.67
... RepPropn 12.00
.56 RepubSv 37.36 -.39
... ResMeds 39.14 -1.49
... RetailVent 12.19 -.45
.. Revlon 3.00 -.10
.. RiteAid 3.53 -.11
.90 RockwlAul 59.40 -.41
.25e Rowan 36.04 -.54
.60 RylCarb 44.10 -.01
2.22 RoyDShAn 61.55 -.74
1.61e Royce 19.95 -.15

.36e SAPAG 45.97 -.36
1.56 SCANA 40.00 -.82
.88 SLMCp 54.74 +.94
.36 SabreHold 23.55 -.54
.20 Safeway 24.97 +.55
.64 SJoe 68.01 -.57
... Sude 51.28 -.48
.92 StPaulTrav 44.37 -.41
.Saks 16.21 -1.01
.. Salesorce 34,53 -.49
1.04 SalEMInc2 13.38 +.08
.12e SalmSBF 15.22 -.07
3.06e SJuanB 44.10 +.64
.73e Sanofi 44.20 +1.37
.79 SaraLee 18.75 -.15
.22 ScheroPI 20.74 +.97
.84 Schlmb 97.95 -1.97
.101 Schwab 14.68 -.41
.04 SclAdanta 43.14 -.17
1.66e ScottPw 38.23 -.60
.44 Scripps 47.45 +.68
.32 SeagateT 19.56 -.03
1.16 SempraEn 45.83 -.74
.60 Sensient 17.50 -.44
.44 Svcmstr 12.00 -.03
... ShopKo 28.80 +.03
2.24 Shurgard 57.49 -.41
3.32e SiderNac 20.24 -.67
SierrPac 13.14 -.40
2.80 SimonProp 77.37 -1.53
... SixFlags 7.34 +.09
.64 SmithAO 36.15 +.52
.24 Smithlnts 36.84 -1.02
... Solectm 3.80 +.06
.23e SonyCp 37.21. +.30
.. Sothbys 17.68 -.08


1.49 SouthnCo 35.15 -.23
6.37e SlhnCopp 67.32-1.55
1.251 SoUnCo 23.93 -.53
.02 SwstAirl 16.56 -.26
.. SwnEngys 34.99 -.41
.24f SovrgnBcp 21.44 -.10
... Sphedon 9.90 -.10
.10 SrinlNex 24.64 +.11
.16 StdPacs 37.54 -.99
.84 Standex 27.53 -.67
... StarGas 1.75 +.07
.84 StarwdHU 63.11 -.78
.76f StateStr 57.37-1.01
.16 Steris 25.49 -.66
.. sTGold 50.20 +.11
.111 Stryker 46.73 -1.01
.30j SturmR 6.79 -.04
2.45 .SubPpne 24.52 -.09
2.52 SunCmts 30.04 -.84
.24 Suncorg 62.75 -.76
.80 Sunocos 78.37 -.98
... Suntech n u22.50 +1.55
2.20 SunTrst 73.38 -.63
... SupEnrgy 21.10 -.89
.02 SymbIT 12.21 -.08
.68f Sysco 32.47 -.18
.85 TCFFnl 27.22 -.74
.88 TDBknorth 29.65 -.14
.76 TECO 17.58 -.34
.24 TJX 22.85 -.24
1.651 TXUCps 52.09-1.49
4.06 TXUpfD 83.60 -231
.32r TaiwSemi 9.59 -.11
.34 TalismEg 51.00 +.13
.40 Target 52.80 -.87
.24 Tektronx 29.25 +2.07
1.40r TelNorL 18.03 -.27
.68e TelMexLs 24.02 -.02
.. TelspCel 3.63 -.21
.90 Templelns 43.60 +.31
.. TempurP 12.78 -.19
.TenetHrth 8.19 -.26
2.70 Teppco d35.11 -.59
...Teradyn 14.16 -.62
... Terra 5.34
2.95e TerraNitro 19.94-1.16
.401 Tesoro 59.27 +1.73
... TetraTs 29.70 -.70
.12f Texlnst 32.03 -1.04
.. Theragen 3.02 +.01
.. ThermoB 31.68 +.33
... ThmBet 41.42 -.55
1.68 3MCo 77.57 +.48
.60 Tiwtr 46.01 -.29
.32 Tiffany 38.88 -,29
.20 TimeWam 17.95. -.05
.60 Timken 31.10 -.13
... TenMslf 65.52 +.42
1.00e Todco 40.14 +.01
.40 ToddShp 28.63 +.17
.TollBross 36.24 -1.11
.Too nc 26.76 -1.41
.65e TorchEn 6.95 -.07
.44 Trchmrk 54.93 -.19
1.68 TorDBkg 51.25 -.12
3.66e Total SA 127.79-1.24
.24 TotalSys 22.44 -.02-
1.72 TwnCty 29.79 -.51
... Transocn 66.45 -1.14
.16 Tredgar 12.21 +.01
.281 TriCont 18.54 -.08
... TriadH 39.71 -.09
.72 Tribune 31.03 +.23
.40 Tycolntl 28.46 +.08
.16 Tyson 16.80 -.06
2.88 UILHold d46.78 -.68
2.20 USTInc 41.76 +.17
248e UUniao 59.52 -2.99


.15 UniFirst 30.50 -.12
1.20 UnionPac 77.04 -.79
., Unisys 6.01 -.12
1.20 UDomR 23.10 -.30
.01r UtdMicro 3.11 -.04
1.32 UPSB 75.07 -.95
1.20 USBancrp 30.38 -.54
.40 USSteel 45.81 -1.06
.88 UtdTechs 57.14 -.89
.02 Utdhlths 61.85-1.29
.Univision 30.00 -.25
.Unova 33.58 -.35
.30 UnumProv 21.59 -.28


.31 ValeantPh 17.75 -.06
.20 ValeroEs 51.79 -.48
1.22f Vectren 27.30 -.91
... VerltDGC 35.00 -2.30
1.62 VerizonCm 30.52 +.03
.28 ViacomB 33.76 -.27
.22 VintgPt 53.82 +.32
.. Vishay 13.43 -.04
... Visteon 6.55 -.04
.76e Vodafone 21.43 -.36
3.20f Vomado 83.67-1.10
.46e Votorantim 12.12' -.06
.18 Wabash 18.19 -.79
2.04 Wachovia 53.43 -.47
.60 WalMart 48.96 -.31
.26 Walgm 45.57 -.72
.16 Walterind 50.32 +.22
.52 WamerMn 19.03 +.78
1.961 WAMut 43.25 -.56
.88f WsteMInc 30.77 -24
... WatsnPh 32.44 -36
Weathflnts 36.37 -.56
.20 Wellmn 6.67 -.40
... WellPoints 76.64 -1.60
2.08 WellsFrgo 63.65 -.10
.68f Wendys 54.84 +.14
.92 WestarEn 22.04 -.27
.66a WAstTIP2 11.74 -.01
.. WDitl 15.13 -.18
.40 WestwOne 16.35 -.08
2.00 Weyerh 66.66 +.39
1.41e WilmCS 17.86 -.14
.30 WmsCos 23.69 -.05
.. WmsSon 43.29 -.33
.36 Winnbgo 33.27 -.56
.88 WiscEn 39.05 -.55
.68 Wortihg 20.37 -.21
1.12 Wrig-, 4 .'
1.001 Wyer. 4 .1.
2.00 XLCap 65.27 -.73
.301 XTOEgys 45.58 -.34
.86 XcelEngy 18.61 -.29
.Xerox 14.50 -.53
.50f YankCdl 25.49 -.04
.46 YumBrds 47.23 -1.10
Zimmer 70.16 -1.39
.53 ZweigTI 4.69 -.01


AMERICANaSTOCK EXCHANGE


Div Name Last Chg
.ATCross 4.02 +.07
.42 AbdAsPac 5.97 +.09
.. Ableauc .34 +.01
.Abraxas 5.87 -.22
AccesslT 11.10 +1.48
.37f AdmRsc 22.25 -.15
... ADDvntgT 5.10 +.42
.AmOrBion 4.62 -.19
.. AWStar .08 +.02
.. ApexSilv 16.18 -.48
.. ApdloGg .19 -.01
.. AvanirPh 3.42 -.07


... Axesstel 1.25 +.16
...BemaGold 2.80 -.06
.05e BiotechT. 196.48 -3.77
... BlrchMtgn 7.14 -.73
.Bodisenn 13.78 -32
... Callisto 1.52 +.09
... CalypteBh ..17 +.01
.. Camblorg 2.63 -.03
..CanArgo 1.35 -.09
... CanoPetn u7.01 -.08
.32 CarverBcp 15.12 +.01
... CelsionCp .28 -.01
.01 CFCdag 6.29 -.01


... Chenieres 37.68. -.46
.321 ComSys 12.07 -.03
... CovadCmn d.70 -03
.. Crystallxg 1.98 -.03
...DHBInds 4.69 -.26
2.24e DJIADiam 108.21 -.30
... DSLnet .04 -.01
... DaSysh .50 +.36
.EagleBbnd .11 -.01
1.51 EVLtdDur 15.98 -.09
.. EdorGIdo 4.34 +.17
.31e Eswth 7.65
.43a FTrVLDv u13.94 +.09


.41 FaPUils 14.21 +.03
... FullHseRn 2.80 -.09
.. GascoEngy 6.81 -.24
... GeoGlobalu12.05 +1.07
... GlobeTeln 3.74 -.03
...GoldStra 2.29 -.11
... GreyWolf 7.83 -.22
... Harken .63 ...
... Hemispx 2.19 -.11
...HomeSol 5.11 +.16
.07 IAMGIdg 7.30 -.14
.28e iShMexico u35.60 -.36
.80e iShEmMkts 87.30 -.20


.94e iShSPLA 121.66 -2.78
4.13e iSh20TB 90.79 +.09
.80e iShEAFEsu60.29 -.11
...iShNqBio 75.46 -1.27
1.65e iShR100V 70.16 -.24
.58e iShR1000G 51.63 -.58
1.15e iShR2000Vs66.45 -.78
.30e iShR2000G 69.65 -1.00
.84e iShRs2000s67.00 -.84
... InSiteVis .87 -.02
... IngSys 2.16 -.04
... IntrNAP .40 -02
.30e IntntHTr 68.06 -1.53


...InterOllg 24.30 -1.71
... IvaxCor 31.28 -.79
... KFXInc 14.07 +.06
... MadCatzg .69 +.01
... Merrimac 9.00
... MeroHith 2.02 -.01
.Miramar 1.90 -.02
.. Mpower d1.15
.. NatGsSvcs 18.87 1.92
... hgtMg 1.74 +.04
.. 02Dieselh .49 +.12
.62e OilSvHT 128.70-1.67
... Palain 2.85 -.60


... PeruCopgn 2.61 -.15
2.04 PetofdEg 17.56 -.06
1.87e PhmHTr 71.00 +1.95
... PionDril 17.87 -.14
.01p PwSWrn 15.27 -.34
... Prvena 1.08 -.01
... Qnstakeg .19
4.92e RegBkHT 142.43 -1.31
.Rentech 3.93 +.20
5.04e RetailHT 97.14 -1.46
... SeabGldg u8.67 +.50
.23e SemiHTr 37.12 -.92
... SilvWhtngn 5.14 +.08


..SilverlfRn u4.29 +.54
..Sinovac 4.51 -.35
2.32e SoftHTr 37.67 -.54
2.14e SPDR 125.71 -.65
1.40e SPMid 134.21 -.89
.63e SPMatis 29.66 -.14
.40e SPHIthC 31.98 +.28
.45e SPCnSt 23.76 -.04
.33e SPConsum 33.05 -.36
.57e SPEnow 50.75 -.32
.71e SPFnd 31.70 -.28
.49e SPInds 31.36 -.31
.14e SPTech 21.31 -.26


1.01e SPUtI 31.88 -.43
... Stonepath .68 -.02
... SulphCon 8.75 -1.10
... Tag-It .46 +.05
.. TanRnggn u4.79 +.49
.. TitanPhm 1.49 +.04
.. TmsmrEn u5.50 +.15
.UltraPIgs 55.90 +.15
4.05e U6iHTr 115.99 -1.38
... Viragenh .51
.. WSilverg 10.26 +.19
Wstmlnd 21.60 +.45
... Yamanag u5.79 -.20


I N^ASDAQ NATIONALMA5RaETa


Div Name Last Chg

.ACMoore 14.53 -.10
.ADCTelrs 23.45 -59
.ASMLHId 19.74 +.04
.ATITech 16.10 +.19
.ATMllnc 27.59 +.42
.ATSMed 2.77 -.11
.AVIBio 3.55 -.21
Aastrom 2.10 -.11
.. Abaenix 21.60 +.08
.. AcaComb 1.49 -.04
... Accelrys 7.98 +.80
.AccHme 48.50 +1.79
.Acivisns 13.23 -.23
.Actuate 3.11 +.10
.20 Acxiom 22.64 -.76
.. Adaptec 5.85 +.05
.. AdobeSvs 38.45 -.37
.. AdolCp 14.25 +.25
.36 Adtran 31.16 -.82
.. AdvDiglnf 10.18 +.10
.. AdvEnd 11.36 -.33
.45 Advanta 28.32 +.27
.54 AdvantB 30.16 -.11
.Aerollex 10.24 -.35
.. Affymet 42.43-1.22
.. AirspanNet 5.35 -.14
AkamalT 19.48-1.06
1.52e Akzo 46.43 +.10
.. Alamosa 18.52 -.01
.60a Adila 25.45 +.27
.. Alexon 19.44 -.70
.. AggnTech 6.59 -.20
.Alkerm 17.85 -.63
... Alloyl 7.01 -.20
..Ascripts 13.76 +.15
.. aitrNano 2.12 -.11
... AleraCp 18.82 -.29
.. AmarinCp 1.07 -.10
.. Amazon u48.37 -.84
.. Amedlsy 41.90 4.15
.AmerBo 1.11 -.01
.. AmrBiowt .20
3.161 AmCapSr 36.98 -21
.30 AEagleOs 21.22 +.06
.AmPharm 38.18-1.01
.40 APwCnv 22.04 -.30
.Ameriade 24.39 -.01
.. Amaen 77.63-1.36
... AmkorT 5.61 -.07
.. Amylin 39.15 +.15
.. Anadgc 5.60 +.05
.40 Anlogic 47.73 -.02
.. Analysts 2.42 +.05
.. AnlySur 2.02 -.08
... Andrew 10.94 -.04
.. AndrxGp 16.98 -.35
.. AngioDyn 24.24 +.08
.82e AngloAm 33.53 +01
.Animas u24.23 +20
.. Antigncs 5.00 -.18
.. Aphton .30 ...
..ApolloG 62.50-1.11
1.76f Apololnv 1826 +.34
... ApleCs 71.38 +.27
.201 Applebees 2331 +.06
.. AppidDigl 2.72 -.11
.. ApldInov 3.58 -.06
.12 AldMatl 18.43 -.50
.. AMCC 2.63 -06
.. aQuantve 25.47-1.11
.ArenaPhm u13.94 -.21
... ArladP 5.60 -.30
.. Aribanc 7.94 +.15
.60 ArkBest 42.61-1.03
.04e ArmHId 6.23 -.12
.. Arotech .45 +.04
Anis 9.55 -.35
.. ArtTech u2.13 +.11
.. Artesyn 9.79 -.35
ArhroCr 39.04-1.26
.. AspenTc 8.19
1.08 AssedBanc 32.60 -.2
.161 AstaFdg 27.99 -.26
.. AtRoad 5.50 -24


.. Atari 1.10 -.01
.. AthrGnc 16.27 -.46
.. Atheros 11.18 -.29
... Atmel 3.18 -.17
.. Audible 13.34 -.11
.AudCodes 11.45 +.49
...Audvox 13.40 +1.05
.. Aultnc- 2.87 +1.14
.03j Autodesk 45.25 +115
.Avanex 1.16 -.04
.Avantlmm 1.77 -.10
.AvidTch 54.12 +.71
.. AvoctCp 28.40 +.31
Aware 5.63 -.19
.. Axcelis 4.68 -.06
... BEAero 20.83 -.34
... BEASys 9.42 -.09
... Baidun 66.54 +.83
... BallardPw 4.30 -.25
... BeaconP 1.91 -.19
.25 BeasleyB 13.75 -.33
.16 BebeStrss 14.52 -.02
.BedBath 41.17 -.80
.Bioayst 15.15 -.30
.Biogenldc 44.09-1.22
.04 BioLase 8.10 +.15
... BoMarin 10.32 -.40
.25e Biomet 36.74 -.71
... Bioira 1.28 -.06
.. Biopurers .80
... Blkboard 29.16-1.59
.48 BobEvn 23.74 -.35
Borand 6.56 +.19
.BostnCom 1.19 +.04
BrigExp 12.39 -.20
.. Brightpnts 29.44 +.17
.. BroadVis .64 +.10
.. Brdom 47.01 -2.01
..Broadwing 6.16 -.25
... BrdeCm 4.04 -.08
... BrooksAut 12.27 -.57
BusnObj 40.01 -.36
... C-COR d4.98 +.02
.52 CBRLGrp 34.82 -.60
...CDCCpA 3.10 -.09
.431 CDWCorp 58.01 -.33
.52 CHRobns 36.22 -.58
... CMGI 1.53 -.06
... CNET 14.57 -.39
... CVThera 24.43 -.71
... CabotMic 28.92 -.31
... Cadence 17.55 -.34
... CalDives 37.48 -.23
.. CalAmp 10.00 -.15
... CalM 6.78 -.22
.651 CapCtyBks 36.67 -.95
.. CpslnTrb 3.15
CardioDyn 1.17 +.02
... Cardlomg u9.99 -.75
... CareerEd 32.49 +.02
.18 Caseys 24.88 -.06
...Celadon u28.45 +.59
... Celgene 57.08 -1.11
... CellGens 6.21 -.31
CeelThera 2.22 -.12
... CentenBkn 12.37 -.53
.CentAl 24.19 -.68
... Cephln 55.83 -1.52
... Ceradynes 44.08 +.40
Cemer 86.88 +.20
::. ChrmSh 12.98 -24
... ChartCm 1.24 -.08
... ChkPoint 20.25 -25
... ChkFree 47.11 -.30
... Checkers 14.82 +.02
Cheesecake37.84 -.46
..ChidPlc 48.89-2.54
... ChinaMedn 33.18 -.48
... ChlnaTcFn 13.12 -.69
... Chiron 44.76 -.09
... Chordnt 2.50 -.03
.50 ChrchlND 37.30
... CienaC 2.82 -.12
1.22 CinnFin 44.95 -.05
.32f Cintas 42.19 -.50
... Cirrus 6.56 -.05
... Cisco 17.47 -.05


... CadelSec .38 -.02
... CirixSy 27.46 +.46
... CleanH 29.81 -.10
... ClickCm 21.65 -.85
... Cogent 23.64 -.21
...CogTech 50.35 +.33
... Cognosg 33.72 +.59
SCdwtlCrs 30.97 -1.11
... Comarco 10.20 -.13
..Comcast 26.63 -.20
... Comcsp -26.30 -.32
1.40 CompsBc 49.17 -.41
... CompCrd 37.80 -.62
... Comauwre 9.26 -.01
.. Comtechs 30.37 +.47
Comvers 27.00 -.27
.. ConcurTch 12.88 +.28
... ConcCm 1.81 -.04
Conexant 2.31 -.06
.. Conmed 23.93 -.02
Connetcs 14.46 -.38
... Copart 22.85 -.29
... orinthC 12.01 -.30
.CostPlus 16.00 -93
.46 Costco 48.66 -.09
.. Craylnc 1.49 -.05
.CredSys 6.73 -.02
.CreeInc 25.59 -.59
... Crcell 25.03 +.46
.30p Ctip.com 58.72 +.44
.. CublstPh 20.56-1.67
... CumMed 12.44 -.37
... CuraGen 3.13 -.21
... CurHith .41 +.14
... CuronMed .37 -.03
... Cutera 28.09 +.94
Cyberonic 34.01 -.28
SCymer 36.78 -1.67
.. Cynosure n 20.69 -.55
...CyprsBio 5.42 -.31
.. CytRx 1.07 +.02
.. Cytogen 3.10 -.29
.. Cytyc 28.01 -.41

... DDiCorp .80 +.02
.DRDGOLD 1.35
.12 DadeBehs 40.30 -.47
... Danka 1.34
... DealrTrkn 19.50 -.30
... DeckOut 29.00-1.31
... Delllnc 31.90 -.65
... DtaPtr 17.99 +.74
Dndreon 5.25 -.12
... Dendrite 14.39 -.24
.Dennysn 4.14 -.36
.DiamClust 7.83 +11
SDgtlGen .56 +.01
... gRiver 29.53 -.62
...Digitas 12.72 -.20
.. Diodess u34.09 -.85
.DirectdEn d14.02 +02
.. DiscHdAn 15.63 -.42
... DiscvLabs 6.42 -.28
.. DistEnSy 7.54 -.14
... DobsonCm 7.60 -.20
... DlrTree 23.31 -.27
DressBn 35.54 -.34
.80 DryShipsn 12.28 +.11
.10 DynMatis 29.39 -.85
... Dynavax 4.79 +.68
.. eBays 44.62 -1.32
... EGLInc 36.25 -.35
... eResrch 13.37 -.04
... EZEM 23.55 +.20
... EhUink 11.40 -.27
... EchelonC 8.53 +.89
.. EchoStar 26.97 -.28
... Edipsys 19.34 -.59
... EdgePet 25.54 +13
...EducMgt 33.31 +01
.151 EduDv 8.25 -.01
... 8xnc 2.15 -.19
... ElectSi 23.38 -.38
... Ectrgls 3.02 -.07
... ecArts 52.25 -1.17
... EFII 27.25 -.36


... ElizArden 20.36 +.10 .64m IPCHold 27.22 -.77
... Emcore 6.79 +.02 ... IPIXCp d1.90 -.15
... Emdeon 7.93 -.10 ... iRobotn 30.87 +.55
... eMrgelnt .50 -.04 ... IdenixPh 18.36 +.79
... EncoreCap 16.90 -.94 ... Idenix 5.11 +.15
... EncrMed 5.11 +.09 .. ImaxCp d7.61 -.66
... EncysiveP 7.00 -.02 ... Imclone 33.28 -.16
... EndoPhrm 29.93 -.30 .. Immucor 24.03 -.62
... EngyConv 35.32 -.52 .. Imunmd 2.50 +.03
... Entegris 9.60 -.30 .. InPhonic d9.59 -.48
2.16 Enlerrags d16.93 -.77 .. Incyte 5.65 -.13
... Entrust 4.96 +.06 1.08 IndpCmty 39.73 +.11
... EnzonPhar 7.29 -.20 .. IndevusPh 4.56 -.15
... Equinix 40.20 -1.10 ... InfoSpce 26.81 +.35
.36e EricsnTI 34.42 -.25 ... InFocus 4.05 +.04
... Euronet 25.64 -.36 .,. Informal 11.22 -.09
.. EgrSIr 11.67 -.35 .29e Infosys u78.92 -.97
... Exelixis 8.71 -.43 .. Insight 19.28 +.02
.. Expedian 25.42 -.68 ... Insmed 1.74 -.11
.30 Expdlntl 67.41 -.51 ... InspPhar d4.78 -.17
... ExpScripts 87.96 -.09 IntgDv 12.41 -.10
... ExtNetw 4.93 +.02 ISSI 6.51 -.10
F5Netw 52.60 -.69 .40f Intel 25.78 -.60
... FLIRSyss 23.01 -.16 .. Intellisync 5.11
.31 Fastenas 38.91 -1.25 InterDig 17.66 -.47
2.04 RFeldlnvn 11.65 +.21 ,. Intgph 49.89 +.52
1.521 FdfthThird 38.89 -.55 .06 IntlSpdw d44.10 -.28
in.isar 2.22 -.08 .. IntemtCap 7.60 -.27
.10 FinUne 17.68 -.87 Int"tlnit 10.88 -.07
... FstAdvnA 28.55 -2.01 IntntSec 21.25-.54
1.12 FstMerit 26.45 -.40 20f Intersil 24.29 -.78
.. Fiserv 42.88 +.03 ... Intevac 13.04 +87
... Flext 10.85 +.10 ntraase 17.40 -.40
Fonar .79 -.03 ..ntuit 52.52 -.67
... FormFac 24.47 -1.28 ... IntSurg 115.13 -.72
Forward 15.41 -.59 InvBncpn 10.84 -.15
FossilInc 20.29 +.18 .08 InvFnSv 37.07 +.33
FosterWhn 36.13 -1.43 .nvitogn 68.12 +.05
Foundry 13.69 -.26 nationn 9.80 +05
... FoxHo 31.53 -3.81 ... IRISInt 22.36 -3.05
... FmtrAir 8.67 -.01 .. Isis 5.12 -.15
FuelCell 8.65 -.3 .. Isonics 2.06 -.01
Ftrmia .39 -.01 IstaPh 6.04 +.22
,.. Iton 40.79-1.78
IvanhoeEn 1.15 -.03
... GMXRs 36.61 -.08 ... xia 13.78 -.25
.50 Garmin 61.35 +.31
... GeacCmg 10.83 -.04 j2Gob 46.57 -.74
.Gemstar 2.76 -.06 JDSUniph 2.51 -11
.GenProbe 46.44-1.73 ... JDaUnio 2.51 -.11
... Genaera d1.30 -.04 .18 JackHenry 19.20 +.08
GnComa 9.0 -.0 ... Jamdat 26.42 -.14
nGnComt .8 -.06 ... JetBlue 21.35 +.63
Geniotr 7.788 -.02 .30f JoyGIbls 35.75-1.17
SGenesMcr 17.07 -1.04 JnorNtw 21.90 +.06
Genta 1.35 -.10 48 KLATnc 49.72 -.95
.36 Gentexs 19.27 +.24 Keryo 14.13 -.19
Genniva 14.80 -.76 Kery*io 14.13 -.19
Genva 14.90 -.7 KnghCap 988-.33
Genzyme 70.38 -.78 Komag 35.47 -.46
" ...? Komng 35.47 -.46
GeronCp 863 -.11 ... KopinCp 5.32 -.25
... GigaMed 2.93 +.39 KosPhr 50.31 -.06
.GileadSc 50.58 -.11 Kroos 43.34 -55
... GlblePnt 3.28 -.43 Kulicke 8.73 +25
ieFnll n -!Kslicke 873 +*25
Globllnd 11.70 -.32 481 LCAViss 49.01 -39
.20 GoldBnc 18.04 +.08 LKQCp 34.11 -.52
GoldKist 15.16 -.30 .481 LSIInds 16.46 -.21
...Gooale u424.60-5.55 .LTX 4.54 -10
... GreenfidOn 5.57 +.19 LalPh .82 -.10
... Gymbree 22.45 +.28 LamRsch 34.70-1.33
.96 HMNFn 29.20 -.30 Lasrscp 23.37 -45
... HainCelest 20.58 -.45 Lance 4.46 -11
...Hansens 78.70 +122 LawSnSf 7.16 +05
.80 HarbrFL 38.90 -.05 Level3 2.90 -.09
.Harmonic 5.02 +.01 LexarMd 8.38 -13
...HaupqDIa 5.51 +1.51 .. LibGIobAs 22.19 -.19
... HthGrdsn 5.91 +.22 UbGlobCn d20.74 -36
... Hologics 37.14 -.91 Lfecell 19.95 -.24
... HomeStore 5.21 +.02 i.. UfePtH 37.70 -.69
.28 HookerFu 16.96 -.34 ghtbrdg 776 -.14
HotTopic 1457 -29 Uncare 41.38 -36
.28 HudsCdys 11.76 ... 40 UnearTch 3661 -.84
... HumGen 8.11 -.47 Uonbrdg 6.95 -11
.24 HunUBs 22.79 -.43 LodgEnt 14.05 -27
.86 HuntBnk 2408 -.32 ... LookSmtrs 402 -.09
... Hydrgcs d2.56 -.15 Loudeye 46
HyperSolu 52.65 +.03
IACInters 27,71 +.01
ICOS 27.83 -.13 .+ M-SysFD u3362 -.18


1.68 MCGCap 14.69 -.11
6.00e MCIIncs 19.70 +.04
... MDIInc .65 -.01
... MGIPhr d16.18 -.50
... MIVA 5.24 +03
... MRVCm 2.04 -.03
... MTRGam 10.20 +18
.40 MTS 35.00 -1.00
... Macrvsn 16.28 -.31
MagelnHI 31.31 +.19
... MarchxB u25.57 +.29
... Martek 24.25 -.81
... Marvelff 58.06 -1.55
..Marixx 21.04 +.80
.50f Maxim 36,63 -1.00
.MaxwlrT 15.18 -.07
... McData 3.33 -.07
.McDataA 3.64 +.01
... Medlmun 35.08 -.18
... Medarex u11.74 -.01
... Mediacm 5.07 -.03
SMedAct u20.51 +.05
... MediCo 16.95 -.61
... MentGr 10.00 +.09
... Merclntrlf 31.43 -1.06
.MergeTc 26.21 +.01
.MesaAir 9.69 +.12
.30 MetalMg 23.42 -.14
.44 Methanx 18.14 -.06
.. Micrel 11.58 -.36
.64f Microchp 31.48 -.93
.Mcromse 7.27 -.23
.MicroSemi 27.39 -.25
.361 Microsoft 26.83 -.07
... Microtune 4.35 -.29
MillCell 1.40 -.09
... MillPhar 9.75 -.08
.Mindspeed 2.12 -.07
.Misonix 4.78 +.02
.Mitcham u18.45 +.38
.20 Molex 26.54 -.16
Monogrm 1.48 -.13
MnstrWw 39.60 -.65
.09j MovieGal 5.53 -.15
Myogen u32.02 +.51
.NABIBio 3.52 -.16
NETgear 19.19 -.75
NGASRs 11.91 -.21
NIIHIdgs 46.04-1.30
NPSPhm 11.58 -.52
NTLInc 68.35 -.08
.. Nanogen 2.61 -.11
Napster 3.55 +.10
.14e Nasd100Tr 40.92 -.66
.57e Nasdaqn 37,07 +.25
Nastech 15.18 -.13
NatAlHn 10.45 .15
.20 Natlnstru u31.71 +.41
SNektarTh 15.79 -.71
NeoMgicrs 7.77 +.19
NeoPharm 8.07 -.27
Neoware u24.15 +2.98
Net2Phn 2.00
Nelease 57.67 +22
Netfix 25.62 -.68
NetwkAp 28.93 -.93
NtwrEng 140 -05
Neurcnne 61.49 -.81
NexMed .80 -.03
NextiPrt 26.32 -.27
NrroMed 14.70 -.30
20e NobltyH 24.47 -48
.84 NorTrst 53.71 -.47
NthldLb 13.42 +.32
NvtWrs 12.65 -.49
Novavax 4.53 +06
Novell 8.62
Novius 24.14 -.47
NuHonz 10.07 +.09
... NuanceCm 6.46 -.22
NutriSys 41.03 +91
.Nvidia 36.24 -61
.. 2Micron 9.24 -.76
OSIPhrm 2443 +49
OidDomFs 26.00 -.63
OmniVisn 19.52-1.00
SOnAssign 11.04 -52


..OnSmcnd 5.59 -.04
...OnyxPh 28.04 -.99
... OpnwvSy 17.15 -.65
... Opsware 7.03 -.17
.08 OptionCrs 12.93 -.07
.16 optXprsn 25.28 -.42
... Oracle 12.32 -.37
... OraSure 7.93 -.53
SOrthfx 39.50 -.11
.. Osdent 2.18 -.12
1.12 OtlerTail 29.49 -.52
.. Overstk 35.76 -1.00

.PAM 17.20 +.28
... PETCO 21.67 -.49
.PMCSra 7.58 -.23
... PRGSchz .63 +.01
1.00a Paccar 69.91 -.21
... PacSunwr 23.84 -.52
.Palm Inc 29.85 +.28
.. PanASIv 18.04 -.36
...Panacos 7.00 -.76
... PaneraBrd 69.44 -.06
... ParmTc 5.91 -.23
.. Pathmrk 10.02 -.26
.Patterson 34.01 -.24
.16 PattUTI 33.60 -.45
.641 Paychex 40.96 -.01
... Pegasus 9.02 +.76
PnnNGms 31.55 -.53
... PrSeTch 24.57 +.30
.. Peregrine .93 +.01
.171 Perrgo 14.25 -.22
.PetMed 14.39 -.07
.Petrohawk 14.04 +.15
PetDvI 33.73 -.38
.12 PetsMart 24.52 -.77
.20a PhrmPdt 61.86 +.97
...Phmcyc d3.30 -5.90
.Photrin 15.52 -.38
.Pixars 52.54 -.85
Pxwrks 5.16 -.18
PlanarSy 8.45 -.71
... PlugPower 5.48 -.15
.. Polycom 14.63 -.02
.60 Polymed 33.30 -.70
PooreBros d2.57 -.66
PortPlay 26.66 +74
.Powrlntg 2278 -.17
PwrDsine d597 -.18
Powrwav 12.68 -34
Prestek 9.21 -17
1.12f PriceTR 73.48-1.02
PrimusT 81 -.02
ProgPh 22.48 -.63
ProgSoft 31.19 -15
ProtDsg 28.59-.41
QIAGEN 1195 +05
OLT 6.25 +13
...QiaoXing 7.10 -.40
QogK 31.97 -.43
.36 Qualcom 4369-1.26
... QuantaCap 520 +.08
... QuanFuel 2.70 -.03
QuestSftw 15.01 +01
... Quidel 9.99 -15
RFMicD 564 -.25
SRSASec 11.22 -.33
RadThrSv 3425-2.50
ROneD 10.92 +01
Rambus 1646 -24
.Randgol 15.91 +40
RealNwk 8.05 -18
RedHat 2603 -27
Redback 14.01 -.02
Rdiff.cm 18.54-1.90
RentACt 18.66 -.29
RepubAir 14.32 -.13
44b RepBcp 12.18 -.29
SRschMotn 63.01 +.33
... RgelPh 8.43 -.39
... RightNow 17.99 -.03
24f RossStrs 28.38 +12
I221 RoyGid 3056 -23
Ryanar 5585 -87


.SBACom 17.37 -.57
.22 SEIInv 38.52 +.13
SFBCIntl 13.86 +.72
1.00 Safeco 56.73 -.33
.SalixPhm 16.69 -.61
... SanDisk 59.72 +1.68
... SangBio 4.26 +.36
.Sanmina 4.25 +.02
... Sapient 5.56 -.16
Sawis ,70 +.03
.07 Schnitzer 30.14 -.63
.Scholaste d28.58 -.72
SciClone 2.02 +.03
SSciGames 26.99 -.58
...SeaChng 8.27 -.14
... SearsHldgs118.71 -1.04
.. SecureCmp 12.22 -.43
SelCmfrt 27.49 -.34
.881 Selctln 53,68 -.68
.Semtech 18.45 -.39
Sepracor 52.40 +.27
... SeraCare 19.30-1.26
.. Serolog 19.20 +.17
.Shanda 16.15 +47
.17e Shire 38.69 +.10
... ShufiMsts 26.26 -.73
SiRFTch 28.20 -.96
.10 SiebelSys 10.53
... SierraWr 11.54 -.55
.. Sify u10.24 +.14
.. SigmDg 14.18 +.34
.76 SigmAl 63.27 -.74
...SigmaTel 13.54 +.20
... Silicnimg 9.21 -.36
... SilcnLab 36.81-1.62
... SST 5.27 -.21
.12r Sicnware u6.03 +.09
SilvStdg 14.31 -.16
.Sina 24.54 -.47
... SiriusS 6.67 -.28
... SimaThera 3.09 -.12
... SkillSoft 5.45 +.02
.12 SkyWest 26.67 -.73
SkywksSol 5.30 -.12
SmurfSte 13.05 +13
.Sohu.cm 19.06 -.67
.SonicSol 14.35 -.01
.SncWall 7.85 -.03
Sonus 3.59 -11
.36 SouMoBc 14.10 -.09
... SpanBdcst 5.09 -.13
... SpansionAnul3.71 +.16
... Sphenx 3.75 +.12
.. Stamps.cm 22.28 -98
... SdMic 30.88 -1.48
17 Stapless 22.39 -.21
.StarScien 2.25 -.25
Sarbuckss 30.65 -.54
.40 SIDyna 33.92 -.44
30 SteelTch 26.28 +.54
.StemCells 3.43 -29
.Stereotaxis 8.75 +1.70
10 SewEntf 5.08 -.22
Stratex u3.52 -.09
SunMro 4.31 -.12
SunPower nu3004 -.74
SupTech .54 -.02
.. SuperGen 5.16 -.36
.96f SusqBnc 24.08 -.26
SwftTm 19.58 -.26
.Sycamore 481 -.16
... Symantec d1661 -49
Symetnc 8.35 +.06
Synaptcs 25.43 -.21
.Syneron 4028 -.07
SSynopsys 20.41 -.39
.Synovs 10.92 +.25
.. THQs 23.22 -28
TLC Vision 648 +.06
.84a TOPTank 12.73 -.24
TRMCorp 7.29 -.06
TakeTwos 17.32 -20
Tanoxinc 16.13 +43
TapestyP .35 +.06
ST-oPh 14.00 -.07
TASERf 6.28 .26


.TechData 40,47 +.06
.. Tegal .55 -.01
.Tekelec 12.86 -.03
.TelwestGI u23.59 +.08
.Telikinc 16.20 -.14
.Tellabs 10.67 -.29
.TesseraT 25.90 -.31
.27e TevaPhrm 43.09 -1.86
... ThStreet u7.00 +.35
Thoratc 20.73 -.39
3Com 3.61
TibcoSft 7.17 -.07
.TWTele 9.55 -.34
STiVoInc 5.23 -.03
TrdeStatn 12.58 -.36
TrnWEnI 6.21 -.22
.Tmsmeta 1.15 +.04
TmSwtc 1.66 -.09
TridMics 17.50 -.45
TrimbleN 34.29 -.16
TriQuint 4.37 -.18
TrueRellgn 15.45 -.99
.641 TrstNY 12.76 -.71
.84f Truslmk 28.69 -.48
.65 TuesMm 24.50 -.16
24/7RealM u7.88 +.09
.. USGIobal u15.10 +.82
SUTStrcm 8.33 -.07
.Ulicom 9.64 +.13
.321 Umpqua 28.91 +25
UndArmrn 26.49 -1.15
UtdNtdF 27.93 -.58
.80 UtdOnln 14.44 -.58
.USEnr 4.35 -.30
... UtdSurgs 32.81 -.69
UtdThrp 69.06 -2.03
SUnvAmr 15.09 -.34
.111 UnivFor 56.49 +.08
.UrbanOuts 26.54 +.27

VASftwr 1.74 -.07
ValueClick 18.84 +1.46
VanranS 41.76 -.82
.VascoDta 9.52 -.38
Vasogeng 2.02 -.08
... Vasomed .41
.Veecolnst 17.31 -.42
.. VerinlSys 34.53 -1.49
...Verisgn 22.51 -.38
.VertxPh 27.09 -.60
.VerticlNel .59 -03
.ViaCelln 5.88 +.76
.. VonPhm dl.72 -.06
..ViroPhrm 19.99 -.07
... Vitesse 2.01 -.10
.WJCom 1.53 -16
.. WPCS Intl nu0.67 +1.07
WarrenRs 15.07 -29
WaveSys .69 -.06
.WebEx 21.85 -33
... Websense 64.94 -.28
WstCorp 39.96 -.07
Westell 4.36 -.34
WetSeal 4.75 -.03
1.20f WholeFd 15394 +.44
WildOats 12.28 +07
WmsScotsn1581 -.30
WindRvr 13.95 -.27
WdssFac 543 -.15
... WnSys 20.81 -.53
... WHearg 49 +.01
... Wynn 53.99 -.85
XMSat 2838 -1.26
XOMA 167 -14
... XcyeTh 54 +06
.28 Xilin 2623 -.96
.Yahoo 4105-1.27
YellowRd 44.20 -.54
Youbet 4.81 -.17
ZebraT 43.11 -.55
ZhoneTch 210 -07
1.44 ZionBcp 7574 -11
ZixCorp 230 +21
Zoran 16.43 -.33


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Yesterday Pvs Day
Australia 1.3512 1.3464
Brazil 2.3810 2.3345
Britain 1.7628 1.7724
Canada 1.1668 1.1589
China 8.0725 8.0731
Euro .8326 .8325
Hong Kong 7.7516 7.7519
Hungary 210.10 210.56
India 44.950 45.250
Indnsia 9855.00 9870.00
Israel 4.6145 4.5805
Japan 115.97 115.67
Jordan .7085 .7100
Malaysia 3.7792 3.7780
Mexico 10.7210 10.7340
Pakistan 59.90 59.87
Poland 3.20 3.23
Russia 28.6570 28.6440
SDR .6928 .6933
Singapore 1.6619 1.6672
Slovak Rep 31.65 31.64
So. Africa 6.3306 6.3893
So. Korea 1017.40 1016.00
Sweden 7.8550 7.8856
Switzerlnd 1.2917 1.2898
Taiwan 33.18 33.16
U.A.E. 3.6728 3.6720
British pound expressed in U.S. dollars. All others show
dollar in foreign currency.



Yesterday Pvs Day
Prime Rate 7.25 7.00
Discount Rate 5.25 5.00
Federal Funds Rate 4.25 4.25
Treasuries
3-month 3.87 3.84
6-month 4.19 4.17
5-year 4.36 4.46
10-year 4.44 4.55
30-year 4.64 4.75



FUTURES
Exch Contract Settle Chg
Lt Sweet Crude NYMX Feb06 58.05 -1.00
Corn CBOT Mar 06 2083/4 +11/4
Wheat CBOT Mar06 3231/4 +31/2
Soybeans CBOT Mar06 6201/2 +18
Cattle CME Feb06 96.80 -.27
Pork Bellies CME Feb06 83.62 -.35
Sugar (world) NYBT Mar06 14.33 +.13
Orange Juice NYBT Jan 06126.45 -1.10


SPOT
Yesterday


Pvs Day


Gold (troy oz., spot) $503.60 $528.40
Silver (troy oz., spot) $8.567 $8.792
Copper (pound) $2.lb95 b 2.1b55
NMER = New York Mercantile Exchange. CBOT = Chicago
Board of Trade. CMER = Chicago Mercantile Exchange.
NCSE = New York Cotton, Sugar & Cocoa Exchange.
NCTN = New York Cotton Exchange.


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CIRus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


BUSINESS


TUESDAY. DECEMBER 20. 2005 9A


MUTUrALFD 3


4-wk
Name .NAV Chg %Rtn
AARP Invst:
CapGrr 47.48 -.47 +0.6
GNMA 14.81 ... +0.9
Global 32.61 -.05 +4.1
Gthinc 23.14 -.17 +0.2
Intl 51.19 -.09 +4.8
PthwyCn 11.96 -.04 +0.8
PthwyGr 13.92 -.08 +1.2
ShTrmBd 9.94 ... +0.4
SmCoStk 25.88. -.39 -0.5
AIM Investments A:
Agrsvp 10.94 -.15 +1.4
BasValAp 34.20 -.27 +2.5
ChartAp 13.41 -.07 +1.4
Constp 24.76 -.33 +0.6
HYdAp 4.36 ....+1.7
IntlGrow 23.30 -.08 +5.6
MuBp 8.05 ... +0.6
PremEqty10.42 -.08 +1.0
SelEqtyr 18.60 -.18 +0.4
WeingAp 13.95 -.19 -0.7
AIM Investments B:
CapDBt 15.95 -.17 +1.4
PremEqty 9.60 -.08 +0.9
AIM Investor CI:
Energy 40.80 -.36 +6.7
SmColp 13.13 -.19 +0.3
SummitPp12.00-.09 +2.0
UMtiles 14.01 -.16 +4.0
AMF Funds:
AdjMtg 9.69 ... +0.3
Advance Capital I:
Balancpn18.49 -.10 +1.4
Retlncn 9.84 ...+1.1
Alger Funds B:
SmCapGr 14.97 -.08 -1.8
AlllancBern A:
AmGvlncA7.64 ... +1.3
BalanAp 17.71 -.08 +0.7
GlbTchAp60.29-.69 +0.5
GrncAp 3.90 -.02 +1.0
SmCpGrA24.22 -.40 +0.2
AllianceBern Adv:
LgCpGrAd 21.64 -.37 0.0
AllianceBern B:
AmGvlncB7.64 ... +1.4
CorpBdBp ... ... NA
GIbTchBt54.26 -.63 +0.4.
GrowthBt26.16 -.42 +0.2
SCpGrB t20.33 -.34 +0.2
USGovtBp6.92 ... +0.6
AlllanceBern C:
SCpGrCt20.38 -.34 +0.1
Allianz Funds C:
GwthCt 1886 -.17 +1.2
TargtCt 16.72 -.18 -0.6
Amer Century Adv:
EqGropn23.53 -.23 +1.0
Amer Century Inv:
Balanced n6.21 -.10 +0.9
Eqlncn 7.92 -.03 +1.0
Growthln20.74 -.19 -0.1
Heritageln1421 -.19 +1.8
IncGrn 30.75 -.17 +02
IntDiscrn1426 +.03 +9.1
IntlGroln 10.07 ... +5.1
LfeSdn 5.38 -.03 -0.4
NewOpprn5.97-.12 -0.5
OneChAgn11.42-.05 +1.5
RealEstln25.46 -.27 +1.7
Seectln 38.62 -.27 +0.6
Ultra n 30.47 -.35 -0.1
Utiln 13.75 -.14 +3.6
Valuejnvn 6.98 -.03 +0.9
American Funds A:
AmcpAp 19.37 -.16 +1.5
AMuNiAp 27.50 -.10 +0.8
BalAp 18.35 -.06 +1.0
BondAp 1325 -.01 +0.8
CapWAp 19.0 ... +2.1
CaplBAp54.05 -.10 +22
CapWGAp38.10-.05 +3.7
EupacAp42.66 +.04 +5.2
FdlnvAp.35.74 -22 +32
GwthApx30.82 -.63 +3.0
HITrAp 12.15 ... +1.3
IncoAp 18.60 -.05 +1.5
InBdAp 13.45 ... +0.4
ICAAp 32.53-.18 +1.9
NEcoAp 23.51 -.15 +3.0
NPerAp 30.69 -.10 +3.5
NwWrdA 38.99 +.01 +3.9
SmCpAp 3.02 -.19 +3.9
TxExAp 12.41 ... +0.5
WshAp 31.08 -.13 +1.2
American Funds B:
BalBt ,1827 -.06 +0.9
CaplBBt 54.05 -.10 +2.2
GrwthBte29.92 -.43 +3.0
IncoBt 18.50 -.05 +1.4
ICABt 32.36 -.18 +1.9
WashBt 30.93 -.13 +1.1
Ariel Mutual Fds:
Apprec 46.89-.29 0.0
Aiel 49.93 -.51 -2.4
Artisan Funds:
Intl 25.28 +.05 +5.3
MidCap 30.79 -.34 +0.9
MidCapVat18.382-.16 +1.5
Baron Funds:
A I 5601 -r6 -01
Go',r,A 1-1 -59, U0
SrG.C.iJ. .01 -29 +32
Bernstein Fds:
IntDur ... .. NA
DivMu 13.99 ... +0.5
TxMglntV 23.99 -.09 +4.5
IntVal2 23.96 -.09+4.4
BlackRock A:
AutoraA 34.03 -.40 -0.2
HiYlnvA, 7.86 ... +1.4
Legacy 14.57 -.13 +1.0
Bramwell Funds:
Growth 1922 -.19 +0.9
Brandywine Fds:
Bmdywnn31.13 -.42 +0.8
Brinson Funds Y:
HMdl Y n 6.97 ... +1.2
CGM Funds:
CapDvn 34.86 -.41 +3.1
Multn 28.79 -.11 +2.5
Calamos Funds:
Gr&lncAp3 1.02 -28 +12
GrwthAp 54.99 -.62 +2.1
GrowthCt52.51 -.60 +2.0
Calvert Group:
Incop 16.77 +.01+0.6
IntlEqAp 21.09 -.03 +5.2
MBCAI 10.28 ... +0.2
Munlnt 10.69 +.01 +0.4
SocialAp 28.82 -.13 +1.1
SocBdp 15.85 ... +0.6
SocEqAp 35.85 -23 +0.4
TxFLt 10.56 ... +0.1
TxFLgp 16.51 +01 +0.7
TxFVT 15.62 ... +0.5
Causeway Intl:
nstitutnlr n16.53-.05 +4.5
Clipperx 88.93-1.14 +2.5
Cohen & Steers:
RftyShrs 77.57 -.97 +0.9
Columbia Class A:
Acor t 27.43 -.27 +1.1
Columbia Class Z:
AcomZ 28.02 -.28 +1.2
AcmlntZ 32.96 -.09 +6.0
Columbia Funds:
ReEsEqZ 24.45 -.28 +1.8
Davis Funds A:
NYVenA33.86 -.18 +1.8
Davis Funds B:
NYVenB 32.49 -.17 +1.7
Davis Funds C &Y:
NYVenY 34.23 -.18 +1.8
NYVenC32.70 -.17 +1.7
Delaware Invest A:
TrendAp 21.93 -.38 -1.1
TxUSAp 11.48 +.01 +0.8
Delaware Invest B:
DelchB 3.24 ... +0.9
SelGrBt 24.31 -28 -0.8
Dimensional Fds:
lntSmVa x n17.52-1.02+06.4
USLgVaxn21.79-.38 +0.4
US Micro xn14.70-l 37+0.7
USSmall x n19.42-1.53
+0.4
US SmVax 26.32-2.660+0.4
IntlSmCo x n16.14-.96 +6.7
EmgMktxn20.33-.17 +4.7
IntVaxn 17.95 -.54 +4.3
TM USSV x 23.30-2.49+0.6
DFARIE xn24.90-1.05+0.8
Dodge&Cox: .
Balanced 82.75 -.17 +1.1
Income 12.67 +.01 +0.6
InStltk 35.44 -.17 +4.0
Stock 139.79 -.44 +1.4
Dreyfus:
Aprec 40.88 -.15 +1.1
Discp 33.94 -.19 +12
Dreyfx 10.36 -.50 +2.0
Dr500lnt 37.15 -22 +1.0
EmrngLd 41.16 -.57 -02
FLIntr 13.04 ... +0.5
InsMutn 17.76 ... +0.6
SWaUlAr 28.53 -.19 +1.7
Dreyfus Founders:
GrowthBnlO.51 -.06 +0.2
GrwlFpn11.07-.06 +0.3
Dreyfus Premier:
CoreEqAt 15.03 -.05 +1.0


CorVIvp 31.88 -.17 +1.5
UdHYdAp 7.22 -.01 +1.0
TxMgGCt 16.06 -.06 +0.8
TchGroA 24.08 -.41 +0.8
Eaton Vance Cl A:
ChinaAp 15.45 +.15 +7.0
GrwthA 7.58 -.07 +2.3
IrBosA 6.32 -.01 +1.4
SpEqtA 11.39 -.17 +1.0
MunBdl 10.66 +.01 +1.1
TradGvA 7.32 ... +0.4
Eaton Vance Cl B:
FLMBt 10.90 ... +0.9
HlthSBI 11.98 -.04 +0.6
NatlMBt 1128 +.01 +1.2
Eaton Vance Cl C:
GovtC p 7.31 -.01 +0.3
NatMCt 1128 +.01 +12
Evergreen A:
AstAllp 14.43 -.01 +2.1
Evergreen B:
DvrBdBt 14.57 +.01 +0.9
MuBdBt 7.45 ... +0.5
EvergreenC:
AstAJICt 13.97 -.01 +2.0
Evergreen I:
CorBdl 10.44 -.01 +0.7


SIMunll 9.93 ... 14J
Excelsior Funds:
Energy 24.17 -.18 4.5
HiYieldp 4.50 -.01 -,
ValRestr 46.27 -.33 -1i
FPA Funds:
Nwlnc 10.82 ... ,'.4
Federated A:
AmLdrA 23.60 -.12 5
MidGrStA33.78 -.40 -
MuSecA 10.64 ... ..:
Federated B:
StrlncB 8.61 ... i
Federated Insti:
Kaufmn 5.54 -.05 .0
Fidelity Adv Foc T:
HICarT 23.48 -.17 -j'
NatResT 40.39 -.35 :5
Fidelity Advisor A:
DivlntlAr 20.74 -.02 -50
Fidelity Advisor I:
EqGrln 51.13 -.43 -1
EqlnIn 28.85 -.16 -.:
IntBdIn 10.87 ... ='
Fidelity AdvisorT:
BalancT 15.84 -.09 -1
DivlntTp 20.55 -.02 -4
'DivGrTp 12.16 -05 -16
DynCAT p16.23-.18-1
EqGrTp 48.39 -.41 i
EqlnT 28.51 -.16 -0
GovlInT 9.96 ... -ir
GrOppT 33.42 -.42 -1 1
HilnAdTp 9.78 -.02 +2.2
IntBdT 10.85 ... +0.5
MidCpTp24.14 -.18 +1.4
MulncTp 12.89 ... +0.6
OvrseaT 19.67 +.01 +5.2
STFiT 9.41 ... +0.4
Fidelity Freedom:
FF2010n 14.31 -.04 +1.2
FF2020n 14.94 -.07 +1.6
FF2030n 15.23 -.08 +1.7
FF2040n 8.97 -.05 +1.8
Fidelity Invest:
AggrGrrn17.71 -.19 +1.2
AMgrn 16.07 -.02 +1.6
AMgrGrn 15.16 -.03 +1.8
AMgrlnn 12.78 -.02 +0.9
Balancn 18.66 -.12 +1.8
BlueChGrn43.38-.37 +0.5
CAMunn12.36 ... +0.5
Canada n 42.41 -25 +6.1
CapApn 25.16 -.26 +1.3
Cplncrn 8.39 ...+1.9
ChinaRgn1921 +.16 +4.9
CngSn 410.70 -.38 +1.3
CTMunrn1.37 ... +0.5
Contran 65.76 -.59 +12
CnvScn 22.49 -.13 +2.6
Destin 14.31 -.15 +0.4
Destln 11.90 -.07 +0.4
DisEqn 27.82 -.25 +0.7
DMvntIn 3223 +.03 +4.6
DNvGthn 29.00 -.11 +1.9
EmrMkn 17.90 +.09 +6.7
Eq ncn 53.00 -.28 +1.3
EQI n 22.95 -.14 +1.1
ECapAp 21.76 ,-.03 +4.9
Europe 35.85 +.06 +5.5
Exch n 282.45 -.69 +0.8
Exportn 2128 -24 +1.4
Fideln 31.86 -24 +1.0
Fiftyrn 22.77 -.18 +1.8
FLMurn 11.41 ... +0.5
FrlnOnen26.87 -.13 +1.5
GNMAn 10.88 ... +0.8
Govtlncn 10.13 +01 +0.7
GroCon 6320 -.70 +1.0
Grolncn 34.67 -.29 +0.6
Grolnclln1020 -.08 +0.5
Highlncrn 8.80 ... +1.3
Indepnn 19.66 -.14 +1.9
IntBdn 10.29 .. +0.5
IntGovn 10.05 ...+0.5
IntlDiscn 31.24 +.04 +4.8
lntlSCprn26.38 +.06 +8.0
InvGBn 7.36 ... +0.7
Japann 17.45 +.15+11.0
JpnSmn 15.91 +20+14.7
LatAmn 31.25 -.53 +2.3
LevCoStk n2621 -.26 +3.8
LowPrn 40.61 -.32 +2.3
Magellnn105.85 -.91 +1.2
MDMUrnlO.82 ... +0.7
MAMunnll.85 ... +0.7
MIMunn11.81 ... +0.7
MidCapn 26.32 -25 +2.7
MNMunn11.39 +.01 +0.5
MtgSecn 11.05 ... +0.8
Munilncn 12.78 ... +0.7
NJMunrn11.47 ... +0.7
NwMktrnl4.61 ... +1.4
NwMill n 34.56 -.38 +2.5
NYMunn1279 ... +0.7
OTCn 37.96 -.55+0.8
OhMunn11.62 ... +0.6
Ovrsean 40.81 +.05 +5.6
PcBasn 24.86 +.17 +7.5
PAMunrnlO.77 ... +0.6
Purinn 18.76 -.06 +1.1
RealEn 30.91 -.39 +1.6
StlntMun 10.19 ... +0.3
STir., 866. .e 0

SmllCpSrnl8.16-.19 +1.4
SEAsian 20.75 +.23 +7.7
StkSlcn 24.83 -.23 +0.6
Stratlncn 10.50 ... +1.4
Trend n 57.99 -.41 +1.2
USBIn 10.89 +.01 +0.7
Utility 14.94 -.15 +2.3
ValStratn31.03 -.28 +2.4
Valuen 75.34 -.64 +2.5
Wrldwn 19.41 -.0 +3.5
Fidelity Selects:
Air 39.71 -.51 +2.4
Autonn 33.61 -.23 +1.5
Bankingn35.91 -.29 +0.5
Biotchn 60.68 -.85 -2.8
Brokrn 6921 -.36 +2.9
Chemn 65.42 -.51 +2.3
Compn 36.38 -.55 +1.6
Conlnd n 25.21 -.24 +0.5
CstHon 47.46-1.03 +1.9
DfAern 71.93 -.83 +2.6
DvCmn 20.02 -.27 +0.5
Eleclrn 43.85 -.70 +1.9
Enrgyn 47.04 -.40 +5.1
EngSvn 65.93 -.80 +7.1
Envirn 15.80 -.22+3.7
FinSvn 114.73 -.67 +0.6
Foodn 51.16 -.35 +2.2
Goldrn 31.61 -.10 +6.1
Health 136.12 -.94 +0.2
HormFn 50.97 -.44 +0.6
IndMtn 42.91 -.40 +2.6
Insurn. 67.59 -.64 -2.1
Lalisrn 78.33 -.86 +2.0
MedDIn 54.00 -.85 +1.6
MdEqSysn24.66 -.24 -1.3
Multmd n 48.45 -.50 +2.0
NtGasn 39.31 -.29 +6.7
Papern 29.77 -.05 +3.3
Pharm n 9.95 +.05 +2.0
Retail n 48.89 -.54 -0.3
Softwrn 52.46 -.63 -0.1
Techn 63.91 -.91 +1.0
Telcm n 39.50 -.41 +2.2
Trans n 45.95 -.49 -0.9
Ui'lGrn 43.94 -.47 +2.2
Wireless n 6.86 -.04 +0.9
Fidelity Spartan:
Eqldxlnvn44.76 -.26 +1.1
5001nxlnv rn87.69-.52 +1.1
Govlnn 10.91 +.01 +0.7
InvGrBdnlO0.38 ... +0.7
Fidelity Spart Adv:
EqldxAdn44.76 -.26 +1.1
5s0Adrn 87.69 -.52 NE
First Eagle:
GIbIA 41.77 +.03 +2.5
OverseasA 22.85+.05 +3.2
First Investors A
BIChpAp 21.17 -.12 +0.7
GlobtAp 7.20 -.04 +2.7
GovtAp 10.83 ... +0.9
GrolnAp 14.05 -.11 +1.1
IncoAp 3.00 ... +1.3
InvGrA p 9.64 ... +0.8
MATFAp 11.88 ... +0.5
MITFAp 12.54 ... +0.9
MidCpAp27.62 -.30 +0.5
NJTFAp 12.88 ... +0.5
NYTFAp 14.31 -.01 +0.5
PATFAp 13.07 ... +0.6
SpSitAp 20.19 -.29 +0.3
TxExAp 9.99 ... +0.5
TotRtAp 14.18 -.08 +0.9
ValueBp 6.71 -.03+0.6
Firsthand Funds:
GlbTed 3.91 ... +2.4
TechVal 32.61 -.60 -1.0
Frank/Temp Fmk A:
AGEAp 2.09 ... +2.1
AdjUSp 8.92 ... +02
ALTFAp 11.44 ... +0.5
AZTFAp 11.00 ... +0.6
Ballnvp 61.42 -.57 +0.7
CaelnsAp 12.63 ... +0.5
CAIntAp 11.47 ... +0.5


CaITFAp 727 ... +0.6
CapGrA 11.24 -.09 +1.2
COTFAp 11.96 ... +0.6
CTTFAp 11.04 ... +0.5
CvScAp 16.06 -.08 +1.3
DbITFA 11.85 ... +0.6
DynTchA 26.42 -.35 0.0
EqlncAp 20.59 -.05 +1.4
Fedlntp 11.36 ... +0.7
FedTFAp 12.06 +01 +0.7
FLTFAp 11.87 ... +0.5
FoundAlp12.94 +.01 +2.4
GATFAp 12.06 +.01 +0.8
GoldPrMA24.12+.03 +6.3
GrwthAp 36.64 -.28 +1.4
HYTFAp 10.72 +.01 +0.9
IncomAp 2.40 ...+1.1
InsTFAp 12.27 ... +0.5
NYITFp 10.88 ... +0.5
LATFAp 11.46 ... +0.6
LMGvScA 9.91 -.01 +0.3
MDTFAp 11.71 ... +0.6
MATFAp11.87 ... +0.6
MITFAp 12.23 +.01 +0.6
MNInsA 12.06 ... +0.7
MOTFAp 12.22 +.01 +0.8
NJTFAp 12.09 +.01 +0.6
NYInsAp11.55 ... +0.7
NYTFAp 11.82 +.01 +0.6
NCTFAp 12.24 ... +0.6
OhiolAp 12.51 +.01 +0.7
ORTFAp11.81 ... +0.7


ISHOW To READ TH MTUL UD*A1LE


Here are the 1,000 biggest mutual lunds listed on Nasdaq Tables
show the fund name, sell price or Net Asset Value tNAV) ana daily
net change, as well as one total return figure as follows

Tues: 4-wK lotal return 19)
Wed: 12-mo total return I%)
Thu: 3-yr cumulative total return (fo)
Frl: 5-yr cumulative total return 1%)

Name: Name of mutual fund and lamlly.
NAV: Nel asset value
Chg: Net change in price of NAV.
Total return: Percent change in NAV for the time period shown, with
dividends reinvested If period longer than 1 year, return is cumula-
live.
Data oased on NAVs reported to Lipper by 6 pm Eastern.
Footnotes: e Ex-capital gains distribution f Previous day's quote.
n No load lund. p Fund assets used to pay astrioulion costs r -
Redempllon fee or contingent deferred sales load may apply. s -
Stock dividend or split t Both p and r x Ex-cash dividend. NA -
No Information available. NE Data in question. NN Fund does not
wish to be tracked. NS Fund did not exist at start date. Source:
Lipper, Inc. and The Associated Press


PATFAp 10.37 ... +0.6
ReEScAp 25.68 -.32 +1.7
RisDvAp 32.29 -.18 +0.8
SMCpGrA37.69 -.33 +1.2
USGovA p 6.49 ... +0.9
UtilsAp 11.91 -.14 +2.5
VATFAp 11.79 ... +0.5
Frank/Temp Frnk B:
IncomB1 p2.40 ... +1.1
IncomeBt 2.40 +.01 +1.5
Frank/Temp Frrik C:
InormCt 2.42 ... +1.5
Frank/Temp Mtl A&B:
DiscA 27.41 +.04 +3.7
QualfdAt 21.20 -.01 +2.6
SharesA 25.15 -.01 +2.7
Frank/Temp Temp A:
DvMktAp23.05 +.13 +4.2
ForgnAp 12.70 ... +3.4
GIBdAp 10.33 ... +2.5
GrwthAp 22.96 +.04 +3.3
IntxEMp 15.99 -.01 +3.3
WorldAp 17.77 -.02 +2.7
Frank/Temp Tmp Adv:
GrthAv 22.97 +.04 +3.3
Frank/Temp Tmp B&C:
DevMktC 22.64 +.12 +4.7
ForgnCp 12.55 ... +3.4
GE Elfun S&S:
S&SPM 47.12 -.21 +1.3
GMO Trust III:
EmMkr 22.10 +.03 +5.2
For 16.49 -.04 +4.7
IntlGrEq 29.40 -.09 NE
USCoreEq 14.64 -.08 +2.0
GMO Trust IV:
EmrMkt 22.06 +.03 +5.2
IntllntrVI 32.05 -.08 +5.0
Gabelli Funds:
Asset 43.43 -.31 +1.9
Gartmore Fds D::
Bond 9.58 ... +0.5
GvtBdD 10.22 +.01 +0.6
GrowthD 7.15 -.08 -0.4
NationwD21.70 -.16 +0.8
TxFrr 10.51- ... +0.6
Gateway Funds:
Gateway 25.49 -.05 +0.3
Goldman Sachs A:
GrIncA 25.89 -.11 +0.9
MdCVAp 34.99 -.35 +1.1
SmCapA 40.57 -.53 +0.4
Guardian Funds:
GBG InGrA 15.15-.03 +4.8
ParkAA 32.46 -.19 +1.9
Harbor Funds:
Bond 11.73 ...+0.8
CapAplnst 32.97-.40 +0.8
Intlr 50.97 -.13 +3.4
Hartford Fds A:
AdvrsAp 15.99 -.05 +1.3
CpAppAp35.48 -.30 +1.7
DivGthAp19.13 -.08 +1.4
SmlCoAp19.79 -.21 +1.4.
Hartford HLS IA:
SBondx 11.23 -.54+0.7
CapAppx52.62-7.47 +1.7
Div&Grx 20.89-1.06 +1.4
Advisersx22.60-1.98 +1.2
Stockx 49.54 -.88 +1.5
Hartford HLS IB:
CapApp px 52.38-7.34 +1.6
Hennessy Funds:
CorGrow 19.16 -.28 +2.5
CorGroll 28.64 -.46 +3.2
HollBalFdn15.64 -.05 +0.9
Hotchklis& Wiley:
LgCpVAp23.33-.23 +0.9
M.dJ,:BV i-279' -.28 +1.3
ISI Funds,
NoAmp 7.44 ... +1.1
JPMorgan A Class:
MCpValp 23.40 -.22 +1.4
JPMorgan Select:
IntEqn 32.40 -.10 +3.9
JPMorgan Sel CIs:
CoreBdn 10.63 ... +0.6
lntrdAern24.46-.17 +1.3
Janus:
Balanced 22.40 -.13 +1.0
Contrarian 14.93 -.04 +2.6
CoreEq .23.55 -.19 +1.5
Enterpr 41.65 -.46 +0.4
FedrTEn 6.97 ... +0.6
FIxBnd n 9.45 ... +0.8
Fund 25.57 -.30 +0.5
GI LifeScir n19,90-.21 -1.1
GITechr 11.80 -.11 +1.1
Grinc 35.87 -.25 +21
Mercury 22.95 -.23 +0.7
MdCpVal 22.27 -.18 +1.6
Olynpus 32.54 -.31 +0.4
Orion 8.24 -.11.+1.4
Ovrseasr31.00 -.03 +4.3
ShTmBd 2.87 ... +0.3
Twenty 48.95 -.49-0.3
Ventur 55.91 -.79 +0.5
WrddWr 43.49 -.24 +3.0
JennlsonDryden A:
BlendA 18.06 -.17 +1.7
HMdAp 5.67 ... +1.2
InsuredA 10.74 ... +0.6
UtilityA 14.24 -.15 +5.0
JennisonDryden B:
GrowthB 15.00 -.19 +0.6
HiYldBt 5.66 ... +1.1
InsuredB 10.76 ... +0.5
John Hancock A:
BondAp 14.93 ... +0.7
ClassicVlp 25.01 -.08 +0.7
StrlnAp 6.85 -.01 +1.5
John Hancock B:
StrncB 6.85 -.01 +1.5
Julius Baer Funds:
IntlEql r 37.56 -.03 +5.4
IntlEqA 36.83 -.03 +5.3
Legg Mason: Fd
OpporTrt 16.85 -.29 +0.4
Splnvp 44.96 -.66 +0.3
ValTrp 69.58 -.80 +1.5
Legg Mason Instl:
ValTrlnst 76.58 -.88 +1.6
Longleaf Partners:
Partners 31.64 -.33 +0.1
Intl 17.31 -.07 +1.0
SmCap 27.54 -.14 -0.6
Loomis Sayles:
LSBondl 13.46 -.03 +0.9
Lord Abbett A:
AffilAp 14.15 -.02 +1.4
BdDebAp 7.78 -.01 +1.1
GlncA p 7.00 ... +2.1
MidCpAp23.91 -.27 +0.4
MFS Funds A:
MITAp 18.48 -.14 +1.2
MIGAp 12.88 -.12 +0.2
GrOpAp 8.96 -.09 +0.2
HilnAp 3.80 ... +1.4
MFLAp 10.10 ... +0.7
TotRAp 15.42 -.05 +0.9
ValueAp 23.27 -.13 +1.0
MFS Funds B:
MIGB 11.77 -.11 +0.3
GvScBt 9.49 ... +0.6
HilnBt 3.81 .. +1.1
MulnBt 8.58 ... +0.6
TotRBt 15.42 -.05 +0.9
MainStay Funds B:
CapApB t28.95 -.42 +0.3
ConvBI 13.69 -.10 +1.2
GovtBt 821 ... +0.6
HYdBBt 6.25 ... +1.2
InlEqB 12.98 -.07 +3.6
SmCGBp 14.78 -.26 +1.0
TotRtBt 18.85 -.12 +0.4
Malrs & Power:
Growth 73.32 -.53 +1.6
Managers Funds:
SpdlEqn 93.86-1.15 +1.1
Marslco Funds:
Focusp 18.16 -.22 +0.1
Merrill Lynch A:
GIAlAp 16.85 -.03 +2.2
HealthAp 6.65 -.08 +0.7
NJMunBd 10.58 ... +0.9
Merrill Lynch B:
BatCapBt ... ... NA
BaVIBt 30.52 -.19 +2.0
BdHilnc 5.32 -.01 +1.4
CalnsMB 11.54 ... +0.7
CrBPtBt ... ... NA
CpITBI 11.77 +.01 +0.7
EquityDiv 15.85 -.06 +2.3
EuroBt 15.79 -.08 +5.5
FocValt 12.56 -.09 +3.0
FndlGBt 17.24 -.20 -0.2
FLMB1 10.34 +.01 +0.7
GWIBI 16.53 -.03 +2.1
HealthBt 4.91 -.06 +0.6
LatABtx 34.56 -.85 +0.7
MnlnBt 7.84 ... +0.7
ShTUSGt 9.09 -.01 +0.3
MuShtT 9.93 ... +0.3
MulntBt 10.38 ... +0.5
MNIIBt 10.47 ... +0.6
NJMBt 10.57 ... +0.9
NYMB1 10.97 +.01 +0.8
NatRsTBt 148.26 -.36 +7.5


PacBt ... .. NA
PAMBt 11.21 ... +0.6
Value0ppt23.06-.30 +1.6
USGovt 10.07 ...+0.6
Utmcmt 12.09 -.12 +3.5
WldlnBt 6.11 -.02 +2.9
Merrill Lynch C:
GAICt 16.02 -.03 +2.1
Merrill Lynch I:
BalCapl .. NA
BaVII 31.17-.20 +2.1
BdHilnc 5.02 ... +1.6
CalnsMB 11.54 ... +0.7
CrBPt .. ... NA
CplTI 11.77 +.01 +0.7
DvCapp 22,09 +.08 +6.2
EquityDv 15.79 -.06 +2.5
Eurolt 18.39 -10 +5.6
FocVall 13.86 -.10 +3.2
FLMI 10.34 +.01 +0.7
GIAIIt 16.90 -.02 +3.0
Health 7.24 -.10 +0.6
LatAlx 36.13-124+0.7
Mnlnl 7.85 ... +0.9
MnShtT 9.93 ... +0.3
Mum 10.39 ... +0.6
MNatll 10.48 ... +0.8
NatRsTrt51.28 -.38 +7.5
Pac ... ... NA
ValueOpp25.80 -.33 +1.7
USGovt 10.07 ... +0.6
UtIcmlt 12.11 -.12 +3.6
Wdlncl 6.12 -.01 +2.9
Midas Funds:
Midas Fd 2.80 ... +9.4
Monetta Funds:
Monettan12.00 -.15 +1.0
Morgan Stanley A:
DivGthA 33.29 -.27 +1.1
Morgan Stanley B:
GIbDivB 14.78 -.04 +2.4
GrwthB 14.05 -.17 +0.4
StrtB 18.88 -.12 +0.8
MorganStanley Inst:
GIValEqAn18.71-.07 +2.4
IntlEq n 22.35 -.12 +3.2
Muhlenk 85.41 -.42 +1.8
Under Funds A:
IntemtA 21.02 -.29 +1.8
Mutual Series:
BeacnZ 17.26 -.02 +2.7
DiscZ 27.70 +.03 +3.7
QualfdZ 21.35 -.01 +2.6
SharesZ 25.35 -.01 +2.7
Neuberger&Berm Inv:
Focus 32.55 -.22 +1.4
Intlr 21.42 -.11 +6.5
Partner 28.08 -.33 +1.9
Neuberger&Berm Tr:
, Genesis 48.51 -.56 +0.9
Nicholas Applegate:
EmgGrotnll.45 -.19 +1.4
Nicholas Group:
Hilnc In 2.14 ... +0.9
Nichn 62.35 -.31 +0.8
Northern Funds:
SmCpldx n0.8 -.17 +0.1
Technlyn11.73 -.18 +0.1
Nuveen Cl R:
InMun R 10.76 +01 +0.7
Oak Assoc Fds:
WhitOkSGn32.45-.46 0.0
Oakmark Funds I:
Eqtylnc r n25.04 -.07 +2.6'
Global n 23.64 -.03 +4.3
Intlrn 22.65 ... +4.0
Oakmarkrn4121-.28 +0.9
Selectrn 32.95 -.27 +2.1
Old'Mutual Adv II:
Tc&ComZn12.38-.17 +0.1
Oppenheimer A:
AMTFMu 10.07 ... +1.1
AMTFrNY,12.79 +.01 +0.9
CAMuniAp11.40+.01 +1.1
CapApAp43.23 -.47 +0.5
CaplncApl2.46 -.07 +0.1
ChlncAp 9.32 -.01 +1.2
DvMktAp35.53 +.14 +6.5
Discp 43.65 -.79 0.0
EquityA 10.55 -.10 +0.2
GlobAp 66.29 -.35 +3.4
GIbOppA 36.13 -.27 +4.6
Goldp 21.82 -.11 +5.3
HiYdAp 9.33 ...+1.3
IntBdAp 5.82 -.03 +1.0
LtdTmMu 15.74 ... +0.7
MnStFdA 37.42 -.22 +1.2
MidCapA 18.33 -.21 -1.0
PAMuniAp12.67 .. +0.9
StrlnAp 4.22 ... +1.2
USGvp 9.53 ... +0.7
Oppenheimer B:
AMTFMu 10.04 +.01 +1.0
AITFrNY 12.79 +.01 +0.8
CplncBt 12.32 -.06 +0.1
ChlncBt 9.31 -.01 +12
EquityB 10.13 -.09 +0.1
HIYlBt 9.18 -.01 +1.3
StrlncBt 4.23 -.01 +0.9
Oppenhelm Quest:
QBalA 17.88 +.01 +0.3
Oppenheimer Roch:
RoMuAp18.18 +.01 +1.0
PIMCO Admin PIMS:
TotRtAd 10.48 ... +0.8
PIMCO Instl PIMS:
AIIAsset 13.11 +.01 +1.5
ComodRR 17.10+.11 +6.9
HiYld 9.71 ... +1.5
LowDu 9.99 -.01 +0.5
RealRtnl 11.03 +.01 +0.8
TotRt 10.48 ... +0.8
PIMCO Funds A:
RealRtAp11.03 +.01 +0.8
TotRtA 10.48 ... +0.8
PIMCO Funds D:
TRtnp 10.48 ... +0.8
PhoenlxFunds A:
BalanA 15.03 -.05 +1.1
CapGrA 15.70 -.18 +1.0
IntA 11.49 ... +4.7
Pioneer Funds A:
BalanAp 9.96 -.05 +0.8
BondAp 9.16 ... +0.8
EqlncAp 29.22 -.11 +1.2
EurSelEqA32.62-.15 +4.7
GrwlhAp 12.60 -.13 +0.2
IntNalAA 19.99 -.06 +4.6
MdCpGrA14.72 -.22 -0.2
MdCVAp23.26 -.24 +2.5
PionFdAp44.49-.25 +1.1
TxFreAp 11.58 ... +0.6
ValueAp 17.60 -.07 +2.0
Pioneer Funds B:
HiYdB 110.78 -.04 +0.4
MdCpVB 20.36 -.21 +2.4
Pioneer Funds C:
HiYdCt 10.88 -.04 +0.4
Price Funds:
Balancen19.79 -.07 +1.3
BIChip n 32.87 -.32 +0.5
CABond nlO.96 ... +0.6
CapAppn20.09 -.10 +1.4
DivGron 22.89 -.16 +1.3
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MiroCapl 15.73 -.14 +2.5
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ToaRetlr 12.55 -.12 +0.4
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FrontrDt 10.77 -.16 -1.2
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LgCpGBt21.84 -.22 -0.5
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Victory Funds:
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Weltz Funds:
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wise man corrects his own."


Publi1ius Syrus


CTRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE
EDITORIAL BOARD
Gerry Mulligan .......................... publisher
Charlie Brennan ............................... editor
Neale Brennan ...... promotions/community affairs
Kathle Stewart ..................circulation director
Mike Arnold .......................... managing editor
Andy M arks ................................sports editor
John Murphy ............. classifleds/online leader
Founded in 1891 Jim Hunter ...............................senior reporter
by Albert M. Curt Ebltz ..............................citizen member
williamson Mike Moberley ........................guest member
"You may differ with my choice, but not my right to choose."
David S. Arthurs publisher emeritus

LEARN FROM EXAMPLE



Start recruiting



process as soon



as possible


It seems like only yesterday
that an unassuming Beverly
Hills resident took over the
role of Crystal River city manag-
er and now that search is
about to begin again.
Phil Deaton has been a rock
for the city and his leadership
was instrumental in calming
some of the turmoil at City Hall.


His 40 years of
experience in
municipal adminis-
tration have been
evident in his local
tenure.
As city council
members look for
someone to replace
Deaton, they should
keep in mind the
leadership charac-
teristics that


THE IS
City mana,
search
replace

OUR OP
Choose


Deaton applies to the job and
seek someone who possesses
similar qualities.
-Although seemingly unassum-
ing, Deaton' is a perfectionist
who knows how to keep the
waters calm and get the job
done. Therefore, he needs to be
a part of the screening and selec-
tion process.
Deaton is willing to stay in the
manager's job through the selec-
tion process and transition to a
new manager. The city council
should make the most of that


offer, without delaying the
search.
City leaders will need to act
quickly and be conscientious of
Deaton's time and health con-
cerns. City council members
have indicated they will use an
outside recruiting firm to help
select the best replacement.
Given the events surrounding the
last city manager
search, the council
should first exhaust
|SUE: any local candi-
ger urges dates. Then, if there
h for is not a qualified
rment. local candidate, the
search should be
'INION: widened and aided
wisely. by the use of a pro-
fessional recruiting
service.
Phil Deaton has


brought 40 years of professional
experience to the city of Crystal
River. He is a true professional
.who has passion for ,his work,
and likes to see projects to
fruition and done correctly the
first time. He has been a stable
force and replacing his skills
and talents will be a challenge.
Making the wrong selection of
a manager has the potential to
void all the progress made in the
last year or so. Every effort
needs to be made to get this one
right the first time.


United Way needs your help


If every Citrus County family .
donated $25 to United Way this "
holiday season, the fundraising .
agency would meet its goal of
support for the 23 nonprofit
agencies in our community. We
urge residents to get involved,
and send in a check. Your contribution

Not for sissies S
I am calling in response to
the Dec. 10 writer of "Football
injuries," in Sound Off. I
encourage this person to go
back and reread the article
because they obviously didn't
understand it the first time
they read it. Nowhere does CALL
Kevin (Fagan) say soccer is 5 .,
for sissies. As a matter of fact, 563u
he said that if you get beat in
soccer, you're not a sissy; if you get beat
in football, you are a sissy. Now I can
probably assume the person who called
in probably never played football,
because they wanted to let Kevin know


that not everyone is a fan of
football and it is considered a
barbaric sport.


* For n
Opini
see P


Well, that's their opinion. 11
Kevin played football and his
opinion was that a player felt
like a sissy if they got beat. That is it. He
has nothing but respect for the sport of
soccer and for those who play it. I'm sure
he doesn't think his own kids are sissies.
Did this reader read the part about how
much time he took to leam about the
sport of soccer and that he helped start
Nature Coast Soccer League? Maybe if
the reader took the same amount of time
to leam about football that Kevin took to
leam about soccer, then they might
understand what he means when he
talks about football. Or maybe the reader
has already formed their opinion on
Kevin, which is too bad because they
missed out on what the article was truly
about. I would also like to mention that I


can be mailed to The United
Way of Citrus County, c/o the
Citrus County Chronicle, 1624
N. Meadowcrest Blvd., Crystal
River, FL 34429. Checks can
also be dropped off at the
Chronicle office in Crystal
River, Inverness or Beverly Hills.

JN know for a fact that Kevin
Fagan puts academics first
above all sports and he would
never sacrifice his sons or
daughters for any sport...
Pets as presents
At Christmastime, people
S buy small pets to give to other
people. First of all, they should
0579 check and make sure the per-
son wants one, because peo-
ple don't always like pets. And
secondly, small pets should be bought in
twos, not just one alone.
Sound bytes
This is a Sound Off that will never
make your modest little paper
nore ... The Sound Off sound bytes
on ... and the letters running ...
'AGE (are) anti-Republican. It's
understandable because
Citrus County is a heavily
Democratic county, isn't it? Oh, wait a
minute, maybe it isn't. And you people, I
admire your courage.
Setting a trap?
Well, I see we have another speed
trap in Inverness. Two to three miles
south of Inverness, on (County
Road) 581, the county has placed
45-mph speed limits, although
there's only one house in that area.
That way they can get more unsus-
pecting travelers going down think-
ing it's still 55 mph, so that way
they could get more money for the
county by putting this low speed in
an area where there's really nothing
down there.


Murtha proposes new strategy


A s any professional
debater will tell you,
framing the terms of
the debate is more than
half the battle. We saw a
good example of that in the
Republican reaction to
Democratic Rep. John
Murtha's call for withdraw- .
al of U.S. forces from Iraq.
If the choice is between
"cutting and running," Charle
which connotes cowardice OTI
and weakness, or "staying VOI
the course," which con-
notes strength and manli-
ness, then of course we will stay the
course. Trouble is, that is not the
choice offered by Murtha's suggested
resolution.
Murtha, a battle-scarred ex-Marine,
argues that the American military has
done all it can be expected to do. It
defeated Saddam's army and toppled
his government. By hanging around as
an occupation force, it has now
become a target, not only for jihadists
but for nationalistic Iraqis. A recent
poll of Iraqis showed that 80 percent
want us out, and about 45 percent
believe it is acceptable to attack and
kill Americans.
Murtha advocates an orderly rede-
ployment, which he estimates could be
done safely in about six .months. He
advocates keeping a Marine force
close enough that it could come back
in if the new Iraqi government needs
its help. In other words, Murtha's pro-
posal is a new strategy for the situa-
tion. He wants hearings and an intelli-
gent debate.
The political stunt the Republicans
pulled was designed to make sure
there would be no debate. They voted




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to suspend the rules and
force a vote after one hour's
.' debate on a cut-and-run
resolution, yes or no. The
idea was to sandbag the
'/ Democrats, but they voted
Virtually unanimously to
stay. And they were right to
condemn the tactic as a
cheap political trick
The Republican strategy
y Reese is to stay until the insur-
HER agency is defeated. Trouble
CES is, we don't have enough
troops in Iraq to defeat it. It
is costing us about $1 billion
a week; it costs the insurgency practi-
cally nothing. Iraq was one large,
open-air ammunition dump after the
war, and we stood around watching the
country being looted and a lot of the
loot was ammunition, weapons and
high explosives.
Iraqi society consists of large,
extended families intertwined with
various tribes. These ties are very
meaningful to the Iraqis, and the con-
cept of vengeance is a powerful factor.
Thus, every time we kill an insurgent,
we automatically recruit more. You
might remember a boy who lost his
arms, as well as his family, to
American bombing. The military made
heroic efforts to save his life, and the
boy became a big media attraction.
Eventually, he was transferred to
England and fitted with the finest
prosthetic limbs available. At his first
press conference, he said he hoped
the Americans who had killed his fam-
ily would all be burned to death. You
can't make friends by treating the
wounds you inflict.
The facts of a failed policy are on the
ground for all to see. After two years,














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there are more attacks, not fewer;
more American casualties, not fewer;
and there is no security Americans
have to fort up, and they venture out
only in heavily armed convoys.
Electrical generation, clean water and
oil production are still woefully inade-
quate. That is doubly our fault. We
have failed to repair the facilities in a
timely manner, and we were the ones
who destroyed them in the first place.
The problem is that here in
America, far away from the blood and
death in Iraq, the war has become a
political debate. Rather than trying to
find solutions to real problems over
there, people here on both sides are
only interested in scoring points in the
political debate. But the debate here is
not the war over there. By playing
word games here instead of seeking
real solutions over there, we are
betraying the troops in the most pro-
found way.
This isn't George Bush's war. We the
people collectively put those troops in
harm's way. They can't speak for them-
selves, nor can they set policy. We owe
them a serious debate and the wisest
possible policy You don't stay the
course if the course is the wrong one.
So far, the Bush administration has
refused all discussion and has simply
replied with slogans, stunts and talk-
ing points.
The troops deserve better than that.
Over there, it is not a political gotcha
game. It is daily a matter of life and
death. They will leave Iraq eventually.
The question is; how many will die and
be maimed before the departure date?

Write to CharleyReese at P.O. Box
2446, Orlando, FL 32802.


Al-Arian case
After a torturous and prolonged
ordeal, with all the power, resources
and prestige of the government
arrayed against him, a jury of his
peers acquitted Prof. Sami Al-Arian
on eight charges related to terrorism
and was unable to reach a decision
on a number of others, reportedly
because of a few diehard holdouts for
conviction.
I suppose we may now assume that,
though not generally applauded in
our society, it will be, well, OK to be
Muslim, OK to wear "funny" clothes,
OK to be politically unpopular and
OK to support movements such as
statehood for Palestine in the face of
powerfully entrenched and moneyed
interests in opposition.
Although my best wishes go to Al-
Arian and his family, I must admit
that they were not my primary con-
cern during this challenge to our sys-
tem of justice.
My primary concern was for my
country Had America been poisoned
by 9/11? Would the Patriot Act prevail
over human rights and constitutional
guarantees? Could the reverses of the
war in Iraq profit from a coat of paint
by cracking down on "terrorism" in
the homeland? And however could
the belligerent one-track flag-wavers
be appeased by anything less than a
verdict of guilty?
Then 12 ordinary citizens, chosen
by lot, stepped up to the challenge,
damned the pressures, and mustered
the courage to save America. I am
proud of them and much relieved.
Their verdict will be far from uni-
versally received. The super-patriots,
in some vogue today, will say it places


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and will detract support from the war.
Other enthusiasts contrarily will claim
that the verdict just goes to show what
a great country this really is.
I and some fellow quieter patriots
are certainly relieved and simply
quite satisfied that the jury gave us
what we expect from America.
Rolf Norbom
Crystal River

War causing debt
Since Bush got us into this uncalled
for war with Iraq, we have to rebuild
Iraq for the poor Iraqi people. It's
Bush's fault! We ruined their beauti-
ful country, their economy, killed and
maimed thousands of children, moth-


ers, fathers, soldiers, animals, etc. We
are never told just how many Iraqi
people died or are maimed.
Can you imagine how we would feel
and how we would act if their country
did this to our country?
Now, after billions and billions of
our taxpayers' money and 2,200 of our
beloved soldiers dead and thousands
maimed for life, we have to spend bil-
lions to rebuild Iraq.
We are so brain washed and are
like sheep. It's all about money and
ruling the world. They have to have a
puppet to blame for this catastrophe
while they plan their next move.
Our wonderful country is doomed
economically and socially because of
this uncalled for war. There are evil
people in this world, and we are letting
them get away with this catastrophe.
These people behind this want this
country poor like the other countries
so they have complete control like
they have in Mexico, India, Africa,
China, etc. They will only be the rich
and poor, no more middle class. The
poor can never speak out. If they get
our kids on drugs, alcohol and porn,
they are winning.
We are in debt trillions of dollars.
Our young are in debt with their cred-
it cards being pushed down their
throats.
Why should we have the right to
install a new Iraqi government? Who
will benefit?
The insurgents are only protecting
their country If Iraq came over here
and bombed us, we would be called
insurgents too. We certainly wouldn't
stand for it
Florence Clark
Inverness


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Finish the job
Re: B. Dallenger's letter of
November
I do not know whether this
person served in the military
or not, but, before you make
an opinion, get your facts
straight
Basic training is longer than
six weeks. Then follow schools
and so forth. Most of the time,
service personnel do not get to
"the fleet" in less than six
months, some up to two years.
I served in the U.S. Marine
Corps for 22 years. I spent the
last 18 months of it in Iraq. A
lot of facts are severely over-
looked. People know only
what the media tell them; nine
times out 10, it's death and
destruction.
I can show firsthand pic-
tures of what the media does-
n't show you; for example, all
of the schools, hospitals, roads,
refineries, etc., that we have
rebuilt We help people by pro-
viding the bare necessities of
life that they have to struggle
for
Are we in Iraq for the right
reasons? That is debatable. I
bet Dallenger supported the
war when it first started. I also
bet the letter writer was look-
ing for blood after 9/11.
I was over there during the
first round, also. Guess what?
We pulled out then. What hap-
pened next? Saddam Hussein
went to the south after we left
and performed genocide on
hundreds of thousands of peo-
ple. Why, because we left be-
fore the Shiites were properly
trained to take on Saddam.
Have you seen the graves? I
have.
I concede that we have our
own share of problems. I also
concede that our political
leaders should keep their
noses on their own faces. But
hey, quit being a wuss. Let us
finish what we started. Believe
it or not, you're the ones that
are keeping us over there so
long. Quit trying to divide us.
David Jenkins
Beverly Hills

Noisy complainers
The Chronicle printed air-
boat noise has been a problem
for more than 20 years. Please
give us the actual facts. If an
honest poll from people who
Ido not own an airboat and live
'on or near the water were
taken, you would hear that
most people do not mind hear-,
ing an airboat going out to the
swamp. The few, and I mean a
small portion of, homeowners
who complain about airboats
seem to complain about every-
thing else from road noise to
neighbors playing radios.
The Chronicle defames all air-
boats and county commission-
ers without getting the real
facts about who and where the
complaints are coming from.
The county is dealing with it
and getting all the facts and
correcting all the problems it
can just as fast as they can. It
takes knowledge to make deci-
sions and sometimes a little
longer to get the facts than
some people or newspapers
would like.
There are small groups of
chronic complainers and self-
appointed political police that
want to do all of our thinking
for us, as they believe most of
us cannot think or govern our-
selves. If the Chronicle would
print the truth about all the
airboat and noise ordinance
meetings, not just here in
Citrus County, but all over the
state, everyone would see that
there are far fewer people
complaining about the noise
than there really is.
It seems people want to lis-
ten to the complainers as it
sells more papers when there
is some trouble to report. The
fact is, as we will see, there is
one thing no one person or
group of people can do, and
that is to take our freedoms
away without a fight.


There is one person who
complained so much his
neighbors have asked him to
please stop and to please
move. So it seems to me the
actions of a few cannot outdo
the actions of the many. The
airboaters and the county
commissioners are trying to
their best to make everyone
happy, so the complainers can
move on to another cause.
Don B. Powell
Hernando

Septic tank study
We read Mike Wright's arti-
cle, "Annexation has couple
steamed." Mike did some
research. Dee Atkins refused
comment City Manager Phil
Deaton went into political
backpedaling. Deaton said, "I
believe what people tell me,
unless I see evidence to the
-contrary."
Deaton didn't believe us
when we told him our septic
system wasn't failing. Until
right now, according to
Deaton, no study has been
done to test for failing septic
systems on Nokomis Point.
That doesn't sound like a city
interested in cleaning the
waters, only gathering more
taxes. Now he says it can be
done without annexation.
We went to a city council
meeting in September with
our three-minute speech in
hand, only to have Deaton tell
Susan Kirk, and us, Nokomis
was a done deal.
We wanted to speak on our
behalf. We left without our say.
We now learn of more public
hearings Dec.12 and Jan. 9.
Atkins has written to the
neighbors about Nokomis that
"we need to get out from
under these failing drain
fields," and "we are desperate
for sewers," claiming we are a
major pollution problem.
Other streets share these two
canals. The water in Woodland
Estates and elsewhere looks
just like Indian Waters and
they are on sewers.
How about everyone being
more responsible with pesti-
cides and fertilizers? This situ-
ation has been misrepresent-
ed to our neighbors and the
city of Crystal River. The five
vacant lot owners and the five
absentee owners, from Miami
to Anchorage, are being led to
..belieyethe.sk is falling with-
out anything but Atkins' word.
It is time for someone to prove
this is the truth or get their
hand out of the pockets of, not
only us, but also others who
don't want annexation on this
street
We believe this is about one
owner having a problem. The
city should postpone annexa-
tion hearings until the facts
are proposed to all property
owners. A septic tank study
needs to prove the vacant lots,
empty houses and the four
full-timers are polluting. Then
ask them if they want to pay
$12,000-plus and city taxes for-
ever
Sandie Burns
Crystal River

Empty promises
The Constitution of The
State of Florida: "All natural
persons, female and male
alike, are equal before the law
and have inalienable rights,
among which are the right to
enjoy and defend life and lib-
erty, to pursue happiness, to
be rewarded for industry, and
to acquire, possess and protect
property."
Sen. Carey Baker filed Sen-
ate Bill sb0506 Limitation on
the exercise of the power -
eminent domain by a "govern-
mental entity" a state
agency.
No bill filed by a senator or
representative covers all gov-
ernmental powers to confis-
cate private property.
I submit this example that is
occurring throughout Florida:


Owners of property adjacent
*to my property filled all their
ponds and wetlands, elevated
the land and sloped it to drain
storm water into my property.
No permit was needed. In
addition, there is evidence
that a subsurface drainage sys-
tem also drains water into
more than two acres of my
property to flood it The
Department of Environmental
Protection is not only allowing
this situation, but possibly has
assisted the adjacent property
owner.
More than two acres of my
land was confiscated and
given to the adjacent property
owner by DEP to use as a pri-
vate storm water retention
area. The adjacent property
owner who was given my land
gave me a citation through
DEP action for placing some
branches on the upland stolen
property that is being turned
into a swamp by the adjacent
property owner. I am not -
allowed to use the more than
two of the five acres I bought.
The adjacent property owner
may use-that acreage, but I
retain the title and I pay taxes
on the land. I get no compen-
sation. My neighbor gets a gift
from DEP
Most legislators support this.
It is called regulatory taking -
a system of government taking
that circumvents eminent
domain. Neither the governor
nor the legislators will tell you
that property rights bills are
empty promises, because gov-
ernment theft of land can be
titled anything instead of emi-
nent domain. They have the
power to make it lawful.
Read my story www.noprop-
ertyrights.com or call me at
(352) 748-1988.
Gertrude C. Dickinson
Lake Panasoffkee

Arctic oil
The following letter was
sent to Sens. (Bill) Nelson and
(Mel) Martinez and to District
5 Rep. Ginny Brown-Waite:
Brown-Waite seems to think
that the Arctic National Wild-
life Refuge is the Alaska State
Refuge. Perhaps she is unfa-
miliar with the U.S. Govern-
ment purchase of Alaska in
1867. It is a U.S. refuge, and I
want it protected from oil
drillers. I also hate to think my
land, as a citizen, is to be bar-
gained at prices below their
value to satisfy industry and
the anti-environmentalists.
These additions should never
have been added to the budg-
et.
I'd like to know why so many
legislators seem bound to pro-
tect industry's desires ahead
of citizens' needs and the wel-
fare of this nation. The oil in
Alaska will not be avdillible
for years, and legislators need
to insure that industry has
vehicles and alternates fuels
before Alaska oil is available.
The refuge protects one of
our last wild frontiers. Drilling
legislation would forfeit the
1.5 million-acre biological
heart of the refuge to oil com-
panies; in return, consumers
would see only a one penny
per gallon reduction in the
price of gasoline 20 years from
now.
The mining provision threat-
ens to sell off millions of acres
of public land, including some
of our most treasured lands, at
a bargain price. Despite
claims that this bill would pro-
hibit the sale of protected
lands within like National
Parks and Wilderness Areas, a
loophole would allow private
individuals or companies to
purchase any public land with
pre-existing mining claims.
Tens of thousands of acres
of land in our National Parks,
National Monuments and


Wilderness Areas could be put
up for sale. In fact, about six
million acres of existing min-
ing claims within national
forests, national parks,
Wilderness Study Areas and
other public lands could be
privatized.
Both of these provisions
would have major negative
consequences for America's
wild public lands, and they
should be rejected. I urge you
to filibuster if necessary to en-
sure that these provisions do
not become law, including vot-
ing against any bill that con-
tains Arctic Refuge drilling or
the harmful mining legisla-
tion.
George Harbin
Homosassa

Floral City thanks
As presenters of Floral City
Heritage Days 2005, the mem-
bers of Floral City Heritage
Council, wish to extend our
appreciation to the many indi-
viduals, organizations, church-
es and businesses that made a
success of this historical edu-
cational event Dec. 2 and 3.
We thank the press, radio
stations and WYKE TV for
promotion of the event and we
are most grateful to our Heri-
tage Day 2005 Sponsors: "Shin-
ing Star" Sponsor: Citrus
County Chronicle. "Platinum"
Sponsor: the Floral City Lions
Foundation Inc., Nature Coast
Visitor's Guide, Progress En-
ergy; to our "Gold" Sponsors:
Capital City Bank, John D.
Gelin M.D., The Hagar Group,
Moonrise Resort, TOOFAR,
and Mount Carmel Methodist
Church; and to our "Silver
Sponsors": Bank of Inverness,
and ED.S. Disposal Inc.
Special "thank yous" go to
all committee chairmen of the
event, to the seven historic
home owners and five other
historic property owners for
the Blue Banner Tour of
Historic Homes, to the 93 vol-
unteers and to the businesses,
organizations and individuals
who put up Giant Christmas
Cards, assisted us in other
ways, to the property owners
throughout the village who
allowed us to schedule this
event on their property or in
adjacent areas and to the
BOCC and the Roadside Main-
tenance Division who permit-
ted and assisted this event
Also, appreciation is extend-
ed to all those who prepared
the village with Christmas dec-
orations and grounds prepara-
tion. To all those organizations
who prepared the mouth-
watering foods, to those who
demonstrated early Florida
Folklife daily living skills, to
the many musicians on Satur-
day and carolers and musi-
cians on Friday night, to the
Citrus Model "A" Club and to
all the other organizations,
exhibitors and activity partici-
pants, we express our sincere
gratitude for your participa-
tion. You make the event
We are grateful to those who
provided "special assistance"
for this event: Camp E-Nini-
Hassee, Shamrock Inn, Floral
City Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment, Sheriff's Office Com-
munity Patrol Unit 5, Nature
Coast EMS at Floral City, Cit-
rus County Historical Society
Inc. treasurer, Old Courthouse
Heritage Museum docents,
Coastal Heritage Museum
docents and council members,
and Floral City Garden Club.
For those individuals in the
community in addition to
Council members who loaned
items to make the event hap-
pen: Cecil Crews, Keith Barco,
Bill Bishop and Robert Metz,
we are thankful for your assis-
tance.
Again, on behalf of the Flor-
al City Heritage Council, we


Letters to the EDITOR


say a sincere "thank you" to all
our sponsors, to providers of
special assistance, to property
owners, to all who volunteered
to prepare for and present this
event, to all food, music, exhib-
it and activity participates and
a personal note of gratitude is
extended to our 2005 commit-
tee chairmen and members.
A big "thank you" goes out to
all the many visitors who at-
tended Floral City Heritage
Days 2005.
See you next year ... Under.
The Oaks!!
Marcia L. Beasley
council & event chairwoman

False intelligence
Mr McFadden's letter of
Dec. 5 is marvelous.
He quotes from the Senate
Intelligence Committee of July
2004 that did not find "evi-
dence that the Administration
officials attempted to coerce,
influence, or pressure analysis
to change judgments ... and
the Robb-Silverman report
that "... no evidence of politi-
cal pressure to influence the
Intelligence Community's pre-
war assessments ...." Mr. Bush
and Mr. Cheney have both
been repeating that they were
cleared of undue pressure by
both of the aforementioned
committees. However, the real
questions were not answered
nor addressed by these com-
missions.
The real questions are the
use of intelligence known to be
false by other countries and
many intelligence agencies;
the stripping of vital dissents
to intelligence reports pre-war;
the manipulation of the public
and the Congress by stripping
all caveats from intelligence
information; that the Congress
authorized war only after
diplomacy failed, while the
president went to war without
any diplomatic overtures to
Iraq; and the misinformation
to the public and Congress.
Actually, many, but not all,
Democrats are outraged at the
deceit that got us into an ille-
gal pre-emptive war that has
put too many of our young
troops in such grave peril.
Congratulations, Mr. McFad-
den, for your repetition of the
message of the week from Fox
News, and Messrs. Bush and
Cheney. You really did prove
my point that Republicans for
the most part march in lock-
step to the administration's
tunes.
Marilyn J. Day
Beverly Hills

Funding EOC
One of the most ridiculous
quotes I've heard from our
county administrator, although
he does come up with some
left-field remarks, was in the
recent article regarding the
new EOC. He stated the center
would not be paid for from tax
dollars, but instead from the
county~general fund. Wow, I
wonder where the general
fund dollars come from?
I'm also tired of reading how
we should re-evaluate the
payscale of our county employ-
ees. Anyone who has consid-
ered a county position can tell
you the county payscale is
above average when compared
to other Citrus County jobs,
especially when considering
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number of applications
received for posted county
jobs, and that should tell you
how good the positions are.
Employees aren't leaving their
positions at low- and mid-level,
and it's normal for turnover at
the top-level positions; it's nor-
mal in the private sector, too.
I also think it would be a big
mistake for the county to take
over our water from FGUA. So
they made a mistake in not
communicating, etc., but it
appears as if they're trying to
make up for that and get their
ducks in a row. Our commis-
sioners are complaining about
FGUA potentially raising the
water rates, etc. If the county
takes over, our rates would go
up ... and I bet a lot more than
with FGUA. Our county
empire keeps growing and
along with that growth goes
employee wages, benefits, etc.
It scares me to think about it. I
would wager money that it will
cost the county more to run
this entity than FGUA-
And last, but not least, paid
firefighters are a mistake.
Look around the country, at
counties much larger than
Citrus, and you'll see depart-
ments with efficient perform-
ance from volunteers. I
laughed recently when all the
new figures were put out in an
article showing how much
response time has improved.
Must be time to justify hiring
more paid firefighters, huh?
Beverly Brown
Beverly Hills

Caring circus
During this season of love
and peace, it was fitting to
learn that the Cole Brother's
Circus stopped using exotic
animals in their shows.
I remember when the Cole
Brother's Circus came to
Inverness several years ago.
We went to see where the ele-
phants were kept As we wan-
dered away from the crowd,
the gaiety and noise receded
into the distance. It became
very quiet As we kept going,
we heard a strange swishing
sound. It turned out to be the
elephants swaying back and
forth. In the wild, they travel
hundreds of miles, but here
they each had a chain around
a front and rear leg. The sway-
ing is abnormal behavior
because of stress and suffering.
Though they seemed to
enjoy the bags of apples we
brought them, I will never for-
get the great sadness I saw in
the eyes of these magnificent
and intelligent beings. I feel a
great relief and joy knowing
that they, as well as the tigers,
bears and other animals of the
Cole Brother's Circus, will no
longer have to spend their
lives being hauled back and
forth across the United States
in filthy, cramped trailers.
These animals will no longer
have to endure whips, tight
collars, muzzles, electric prods
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2-1 loss


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C.J. RISK
cjrisak@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
It was, as advertised previ-
ously, a game'of both signifi-
cance and the talent to sup-
port it Only the result was
reversed.
When last Lecanto met
Citrus in girls soccer at
Citrus, it was the Panthers
who slipped away with a 2-1
victory. In last night's
rematch at Lecanto, the
Hurricanes struck first and
last, which gave them a 2-1
triumph.
"I'll tell you one thing,"
said Citrus coach Charlie
Gatto, "It's going to be one
exciting district tourna-
ment."
If the regular season in
District 4A-6 is any indica-
tion, that prediction is sure to
be accurate. The Hurricanes
are 10-2-1 overall and have
completed their district sea-
son with a 10-1-1 mark,
Lecanto is also 10-2-1 overall
and is 9-1 in 4A-6, with two
matches remaining.
"It was a typical Citrus-
Lecanto game," noted
Lecanto coach Kevin Towne
afterward. "I thought both
teams played well. And yes, it
should be (a good district
tournament)."
All the scoring in this game
came in the first half.
although both sides missed
other opportunities. The first
goal of the match could
arguably be called decisive.
since Citrus scored it and
-n-ever trailed thereafter
"Our game plan \\as to
score more goals," said Gatto.
always prone to simplifica-
tion. "I thought if we scored
first, they would have to
come and chase us they
wouldn't be able to sit back
and play defensively. And
they did."
And yet, it required a bit of
fate or fortune or divine
intervention, or maybe all
three, to take the early lead.
The Panthers had carried the
play in the game's early
moments, mounting a couple
of dangerous attacks into the
Citrus zone.
But a quick counter by the
Hurricanes reached Amber
Jordan, who sent it to Kayla


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ABO!tE: Lecanto's Erin Carpenter (5) gets a shove from Lecanto's Jennifer Nelson during the
Canes' 2-1 win. BELOW: Lecanto's Maggie Mueller and Citrus' Stacey Wiemert fight for a header.
Nelson. The deflected shot at
the 33:05 mark ofthe opening
half hit Leca nto keeper Samr
King's hands but the ball
rolled just over the goal line,
giving Citrus a 1-0 lead.
The score boosted Citrus,
but it was not the Hurricanes
who took advantage next.
Moments after the mandato-
ry water break midway'
through the half, the
Panthers broke in and did
the one thing Citrus had been
trying to prevent let

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Surprise wins boost Lecanto grapplers
C.J. RISAK "The kids are starting to That proved important, boost- came on pins, the first by Tin
cjrisak@chronicleonline.com understand it, they're starting to ing Lecanto's lead to 39-24. How Smith over Ryan Charron with
Chronicle feel what's going to happen." important became evident two nine seconds left in the firs


It's one of the wonders of
youth you just don't know
what to expect
And that's what Lecanto's
wrestling team delivered in its
non-district dual meet against
Lake Weir Monday. The
Panthers got a couple of match
wins that easily could have gone
in the opposite direction, and
that led to a 39-36 victory.
"You've got young kids and
that's going to happen," said
Panthers' coach Dick Slack.
"Whoever hits their move is
going to come out on top.


Lecanto clearly benefited
from four forfeits by the
Hurricanes (the Panthers had
two). Still, the decisive factor in
the meet came in matches at 125
and 189 pounds.
In the former, Lecanto's
Robert Ebaugh was clinging to a
2-0 lead until the third period,
when Lake Weir's William
Dorrell tied it with a reversal.
Dorrell nearly pinned Ebaugh,
but couldn't manage it and the
third period ended tied at 2-all.
In the one-minute overtime, it
was Ebaugh that got the take-
down to earn a 4-2 victory.


matches later, both ending in
pins favoring the Hurricanes.
The 189 match was even more
dramatic. Lake Weir's Charles
Everett built a commanding 16-6
lead over Lecanto's Michael
Yerman with the third period
nearly half over. But Yerman
reversed and then got Everett on
his back, completing the pin
with 1:04 left in the third.
Of the nine matches in which
both teams had wrestlers
(Lecanto forfeited at 135 and
145; Lake Weir forfeited at 103,
119, 145 and 160), the Panthers
won four. The other victories


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Charles Beatty in just 25 sec-
onds of the opening period
against John Karpinski at 215.
The Hurricanes got a late
comeback for a win as well,
matching Yerman's effort at 189.
In the 112 match, Lecanto's
Jacob Junkins went upl3-4 early
in the third period with a take-
down, but Lake Weir's Randy
Preualt reversed and pinned
Junkins with just 35 seconds left.
Junkins is a freshman;
Yerman, who won at 189, is a
sophomore. Which means with
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watching her," said
Hurricanes coach Eli Jackson.
Lyons tallied 18 points over-
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.lnRc- a^e. BURTON
For the Chronicle
INVERNESS As Monday
night's District 4A-6 match
between Lecanto and Citrus
moved into its latter stages, it
was the Panthers who were
able to make plays in the
clutch.
Todd Maloney scored with
just under 10 minutes left to
give Lecanto a 2-1 win over the
Hurricanes on a
chilly night at the
Citrus Bowl. ?.. -.
"(Todd) plays
his heart out,"
Panthers coach
Doug Warren said.
"He goes all out each time we
play."
The winning goal was keyed
by the hustle of Derek Smith,
who went into the left corner
and passed towards the goal
box to Jon Lowe, who found
Maloney open on the right side
for the go-ahead goal.
From there, Smith and com-
pany consistently won the ball
and kept the Hurricanes (4-5-4,
3-4-3) off the scoreboard.
The win gave Lecanto a 1-0-1
record this season against
Citrus.
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Center of


attention


Livingston leads

Pirates past CHS
ANDY MARKS
amarks@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
When Citrus and Crystal
River first met on Dec. 9,
Pirates center J.C. Livingston
went without a field goal and
scored just 4 total points in his
team's 45-36 win.
So Livingston had a point to
prove when he and his team-
mates took on the Hurricanes
again in Inverness on Monday
"I needed to step
it up a little bit,"
Livingston
said.
It was a giant
step.
Livingston
burned the Canes for 26 points
and 10 rebounds and Brennan
McNally hit the game-winning
jumper from the baseline with
50 seconds to play in the
Pirates 66-63 victory.
"I think (Livingston) came
out today more offensive-
minded," Citrus coach Tom
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Lyons'


milestone

CR star scores

2,000th point
JON--MICHAEL SORACCHI
jmsoracchi@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
For Lacey Lyons, scoring 15
points in a game isn't anything
special.
But when Lyons reached the
mark on a free throw that com-
pleted a three-point play with
5:29 left in the third quarter,
there was cause for celebra-
tion.
The Crystal River senior
guard earned the 2,000th point
of her career Monday night
during her team's 45-30 victory
over Citrus in the Pirates' Den.


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EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
L Pct GB L10
12 .520 5-5
12 .478 1 5-5
14 .417 2% 4-6
17 .261 6 2-8
20 .200 8 4-6
Southeast Division
L Pet GB L10
11 .560 5-5
13 .409 3% 3-7
13 .409 3% 3-7
18 .280 7 2-8
17 .261 7 4-6
Central Division
L Pct GB L10
3 .864 9-1
8 .636 5 6-4
9 .591 6 4-6
9 .591 6 7-3
11 .522 7% 5-5

WESTERN CONFERENCE
Southwest Division
L Pct GB L10
5 .792 8-2
6 .750 1 8-2
9 .609 4% 6-4
13 .458 8 4-6
13 .435 8% 7-3
Northwest Division
L Pet GB L10
10 .545 5-5
13 .480 12 4-6
13 .458 2 5-5
12 .455 2 5-5
16 .304 5% 2-8
Pacific Division
L Pct GB L10
8 .652 .- 6-4
9 .609 1 6-4
11 .560 2 5-5
11 .542 2% 7-3
15 .400 6 3-7


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5-6 5-8
2-8 6-9
3-11 2-10
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6-8 9-6
4-6 5-8
3-9 6-8
2-11 6-9
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6-5 8-5
4-6 7-4
7-4 11-2
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Away Conf
8-4 10-2
8-3 9-4
7-4 9-4
5-8 8-8
7-7 7-7

Away Conf
5-6 8-9
4-10 6-7
6-5 5-8
4-5 4-8
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Away Conf
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5-4 9-8
6-5 5-6
8-5 6-8
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Portland at Detroit, 7:30 p.m.
L.A. Clippers at New Jersey, 7:30 p.m.
San Antonio at Milwaukee, 8 p.m.
Charlotte at Chicago, 8:30 p.m.
Seattle at Phoenix, 9 p.m.
Dallas at L.A. Lakers, 10:30 p.m.
Wednesday's Games
New Jersey at Orlando, 7 p.m.
L.A. Clippers at Indiana, 7 p.m.
Golden State at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.
Utah at Boston, 7:30 p.m.
San Antonio at New York, 7:30 p.m.
Portland at Memphis, 8 p.m.
New Orleans at Minnesota, 8 p.m.
Toronto at Houston, 8:30 p.m.
Washington at Denver, 9 p.m.


Bobcats 106, Kings 103
SACRAMENTO (103)
Stojakovic 5-16 2-2 13, Abdur-Rahim 12-
20 8-9 32, Miller 3-6 2-2 8, Bibby 8-24 4-4
23, Wells 1-2 0-0 2, Garcia 0-1 0-0 0,
Martin 5-9 9-10 19, Thomas 1-2 0-0 2, Hart
0-1 0-0 0, Skinner 0-0 0-0 0, Williamson 2-
2 0-0 4; Totals 37-83 25-27 103.
CHARLOTTE (106)
Wallace 7-12 1-3 15, Okafor 6-12 0-0 12,
Brezec 9-13 8-9 26, Felton 6-14 2-4 14,
Rush 0-3 0-0 0, Carroll 3-5 1-3 7, May 0-4
1-2 1, Burleson 2-5 3-4 9, Robinson 1-5 1-
4 3, J.Jones 1-5 4-4 6, Bogans 4-10 3-3
13. Totals 39-88 24-36 106.
Sacramento 30 22 21 26 4 103
Charlotte 25 27 27 20 7 106
3-Point Goals-Sacramento 4-18 (Bibby
3-10, Stojakovic 1-5, Garcia 0-1, Martin 0-
2), Charlotte 4-18 (Burleson 2-4, Bogans
2-5, Rush 0-1, Felton 0-1, Wallace 0-2,
Carroll 0-2, J.Jones 0-3). Fouled Out-
None. Rebounds-Sacramento 53 (Miller
12), Charlotte 56 (Okafor 12). Assists-
Sacramento 25 (Bibby 8), Charlotte 22
(Felton 9). Total Fouls-Sacramento 30,
Charlotte 27. Technicals-Charlotte
Defensive Three Second.
Pistons 106, Grizzlies 104
DETROIT (106)
Prince 10-18 1-2 24, R.Wallace 3-11 2-6
9, B.Wallace 3-8 3-4 9, Hamilton 6-18 7-8
19,'Billups 8-18 10-10 30, Evans 0-0 0-0 0,
McDyess 4-7 1-2 9, Delfino 1-4 2-2 4,
Arroyo 1-3 0-0 2, Davis 0-0 0-0 0. Totals
36-87 26-34 106.
MEMPHIS (104)
Battier 4-10 0-0 10, Gasol 13-25 6-6 32,
Wright 7-12 0-0 14, E.Jones 5-9 0-0 11,
Stoudamire 10-172-3 24, Miller 4-7 1-1 10,
Burks 0-2 0-0 0, Cardinal 1-3 1-2 3,
D.Jones 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 44-85 10-12 104.
Detroit 28 20 21 18 6 13 106
Memphis 18 21 22 26 6 11 104
3-Point Goals-Detroit 8-17 (Billups 4-7,
Prince 3-5, R.Wallace 1-3, Hamilton 0-1,
Delfino 0-1), Memphis 6-12 (Battier 2-3,
Stoudamire 2-5, E.Jones 1-2, Miller 1-2).
Fouled Out-E.Jones, Miller. Rebounds-
Detroit 54 (B.Wallace 14), Memphis 48
(Gasol 13). Assists-Detroit 19 (Billups 9),
Memphis 21 (Stoudamire 7). Total Fouls-
Detroit 19, Memphis 29. Technicals-
B.Wallace, Memphis Defensive' Three
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Philadelphia 107, Toronto 80
Atlanta 110, Denver 107, OT
New Jersey 118, Golden State 90
New Orleans 89, San Antonio 76
Dallas 102, Minnesota 95
Portland 97, Washington 92
Houston 76, L.A. Lakers 74
Monday's Games
Toronto 92, Orlando 90
Charlotte 106, Sacramento 103, OT
Boston 109, Golden State 98
Detroit 106, Memphis 104, 20T
Washington at Seattle, 10 p.m.
Tuesday's Games
Utah at Cleveland, 7 p.m.
Atlanta at Miami, 7:30 p.m.

Raptors 92, Magic 90
TORONTO (92)
Graham 5-8 0-3 11, Bosh 6-17 7-8 19,
Araujo 0-1 0-0 0, Peterson 7-14 2-4 19,
James 5-10 1-1 13, Aa.Williams 4-6 0-0 8,
Martin 1-4 0-0 2, Rose 5-12 3-8 15, Bonner
1-8 2-2 5. Totals 34-80 15-26 92.
ORLANDO (90)
G.Hill 4-7 3-6 11, Howard 5-10 1-2 11,
Battle 5-10 3-3 13, Stevenson 3-10 4-4 10,
Francis 6-14 8-10 20, Turkoglu 3-6 0-0 6,
Garrity 1-2 0-0 3, Nelson 7-11 0-0 14, Kasun
1-1 0-1 2, Augmon 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 35-71
19-26 90.
Toronto 19 25 28 20 92
Orlando 27 19 24 20 90
3-Point Goals-Toronto 9-16 (Peterson 3-
4, Rose 2-3, James 2-4, Graham 1-2,
Bonner 1-3), Orlando 1-7 (Garrity 1-2, GHill
0-1, Stevenson 0-1, Nelson 0-1, Turkoglu 0-
2). Fouled Out-None. Rebounds-Toronto
48 (Bosh 12), Orlando 52 (Battie 9).
Assists-Toronto 21 (Martin 7), Orlando 15
(Francis 5). Total Fouls-Toronto 26,
Orlando 20. Technicals-Toronto Defensive
Three Second, Orlando Defensive Three
Second, Francis. A-12,511 (17,248).
Celtics 109, Warriors 98
GOLDEN STATE (98)
Murphy 9-20 8-10 27, Dunleavy 2-5 0-0 4,
Foyle 1-2 0-0 2, B.Davis 8-19 8-13 24,
Richardson 10-25 0-0 23, Biedrins 2-3 0-0 4,
Cabarkapa 0-1 0-0 0, Fisher 4-10 3-3 12,
Diogu 0-2 0-0 0, Cheaney 0-2 0-0 0, Miles 1-
1 0-0 2. Totals 37-90 19-26 98.
BOSTON (109)
Blount 5-10 7-9 17, Pierce 6-16 6-8 19,
Perkins 2-2 0-0 4, Banks 6-11 2-3 16,
R.Davis 7-16 6-8 21, LaFrentz 4-7 2-2 10,
Greene 2-7 0-0 4, Jefferson 6-10 1-2 13,
Gomes 2-4 1-1 5. Totals 40-83 25-33 109.
Golden State 27 24 29 18 98
Boston 26 36 23 24 109
3-Point Goals-Golden State 5-21
(Richardson 3-6, Fisher 1-3, Murphy 1-5,
Dunleavy 0-1, Cheaney 0-1, B.Davis 0-5),
Boston 4-11 (Banks 2-3, R.Davis 1-3, Pierce
1-4, LaFrentz 0-1). Fouled Out-Dunleavy.
Rebounds-Golden State 48 (Murphy 12),
Boston 63 (Pierce 9). Assists-Golden State
15 (B.Davis 9), Boston 23 (R.Davis 7). Total
Fouls-Golden State 30, Boston 24.
Technicals-Boston Defensive Three
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HOCKEY
National Hockey League
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W LOT PtsGF GA
N.Y Rangers 20 10 4 44106 84
Philadelphia 19 8 5 43119 101
N.Y Islanders 16 14 2 34107 115
New Jersey 14 13 5 33 94 105
Pittsburgh 8 18 7 23 88 132
Northeast Division
W LOT PtsGF GA
Ottawa 23 5 2 48132 63
.Buffalo 23 10 1 47112 105
Montreal 16 9 6 38 91 98
Toronto 17 13 3 37113 111
Boston 11 16 6 28 96 112
Southeast Division
W LOT PtsGF GA
Carolina 21 9 2 44116 100
Tampa Bay 18 12 3 39104 101
Atlanta 14 16 4 32118 126
Florida 12 19 4 28 89 114
Washington 10 19 2 22 86 122
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Central Division
W LOT PtsGF GA
Detroit 22 9 3 47129 92
Nashville 20 7 3 43 95 85
Chicago 13 17 2 28 92 113
:Columbus 9 23 0 18 62 115
St. Louis 6 19 4 16 79 116
SNorthwest Division
W LOT PtsGF GA
Vancouver. 20 9 3 43107 94
.Calgary 19 9 4 42 78 73
Edmonton 18 11 4 40105 98
:Colorado 17 13 3 37123 110
Minnesota 14 15 4 32 89 81
Pacific Division
W LOT PtsGF GA
Dallas 21 9 1 43105 85
Los Angeles 20 13 1 41115 .97
Anaheim .15 13 6 36 95 94
Phoenix 16 15 2 34 91 88
San Jose 14 13 4 32 96 102


STwo points for a win, one point for over-
time loss or shootout loss.
Sunday's Games
Colorado 2, N.Y. Rangers 1
Florida 3, Washington 2
Dallas 5, Chicago 3
Anaheim 5, San Jose 4
Monday's Games'
Buffalo 2, Philadelphia 1, SO
Toronto 9, N.Y. Islanders 6
Minnesdta 2, Dallas 1
Calgary at Edmonton, 9 p.m.
Los Angeles at Vancouver, 10 p.m.
Tuesday's Games
Tampa Bay at Carolina, 7 p.m.
New Jersey at N.Y. Rangers, 7 p.T.
Ottawa at Montreal, 7:30 p.m.
Columbus at Detroit, 7:30 p.m.
Colorado at Nashville, 8 p.m.
St. Louis at Phoenix, 9 p.m.'
Anaheim at San Jose, 10:30 p.m.
Wednesday's Games
Dallas at Columbus, 7 p.m.
New Jersey at N.Y. Islanders, 7 p.m.
Nashville at Chicago, 8:30 p.m.
Los Angeles at Calgary, 9 p.m.
Edmonton at Vancouver, 10 p.m.
St. Louis at Anaheim, 10:30 p.m.
NHL Scoring Leaders
Through Dec. 18
GP G A PTS
Jagr, NYR 34 23 28 51
- Thornton, SJ 30 12 36 48
'-"Alfredsson, Ott 30 22 25 47
Heatley, Ott 30 21 25 46
SSpezza, Ott 29 12 34 46
SKovalchuk, Atl 31 21 24 45
Savard, Atl 34 14 31 45
'Staal, Car 32 22 22 44
Forsberg, Phi 25 10 34 44
-Demitra, LA 34 17 24 41
Datsyuk,'Det 34 14 26 40
0 i Mlibe6,Tor .. 32 11 '29 40
"Marle'au: SJ" "''' 31 13 26 39
Gagne, Phi 27 23 14 37
Prospal TB 33 14 23 37
Shanahan, Det 34 19 17 36
Naslund, Van. 32 17 19 36
Hossa, Atl 34 15 21 36
STanguay, Col 33 12 24 36
'Richards, TB, 33 11 25 36

BASKETBALL

How the AP Top 25 Fared
Monday
1. Duke (10-0) did not play. Next: vs. St.
John's, Wednesday.
2. Connecticut (8-0) did not play. Next:
vs. Morehead State, Friday.
3. Villanova (7-0) did not play. Next: vs.
iLa Salle, Thursday.
4. Memphis (8-1) did not play. Next: vs.
Louisiana Tech, Tuesday.
5. Florida (10-0) did not play. Next: at
Miami, Thursday.
6. Illinois (11-0) did not play. Next: vs.
Missouri, Wednesday.
7. Oklahoma (6-1) did not play. Next: vs.
West Virginia, Thursday.
8.. Gonzaga (8-2) beat Eastern
Washington 75-65. Next: at Saint Louis,
Thursday.
9. Washington (9-0) did not play: Next:
vs. Lehigh, Friday.
10. Michigan State (9-2) did not play.
Next: at Wisconsin-Green Bay,
Wednesday.
11. Louisville (6-1) did not play:Next: vs.
Middle Tennessee, Tuesday.
12. UCLA (8-1) did not pjay. Next: vs.
'Wagner, Wednesday.
13. George Washington (8-0) did not
play. Next: at N.C. State, Friday, Dec. 30.
14. Boston College (7-2) did not play.
Next: vs. Harvard, Thursday.
15. Texas (8-2) did not play. Next: vs.
'Texas State, Thursday.
16. Maryland (7-2) did not play. Next: vs.
American University, Friday.
17. North Carolina (6-1) did ndt play.
Next: at Southern California, Wednesday.
18. Indiana (6-2) beat Charlotte 71-54.
Next: vs. Butler, Friday.
19. Kentucky (7-3) did not play. Next: vs.
lona, Friday.
20. Nevada (7-1) did not play. Next: vs.
Georgia, Wednesday.



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all to go along with 11 rebounds
and 6 assists.
"I just knew that I was close,"
said Lyons of the milestone. "My
goal last year before I got injured
was to get 2,500."
The game was stopped for a
moment to honor the accom-
plishment and then play
resumed.
Ashley Clark scored 9 and
Meghan Hirsch added 8 for the
Pirates while Krystal Boardman
led the Hurricanes with 7 points.
SCrystal River's win was
buoyed by a 20-3 advantage that
the Pirates built in the first quar-
ter against the Hurricanes.
During that period, Crystal River
._ did practically whatever it want-
ed on both ends of the floor.


On the AIRWAVES


TODAY'S SPORTS
BASKETBALL
7 p.m. (FSNFL) Stetson at Florida State. (Live)
FOOTBALL
8 p.m. (ESPN) New Orleans Bowl -Arkansas State vs. Southern
Mississippi. From Lafayette, La. (Live) (CC)
HOCKEY
7 p.m. (SUN) Tampa Bay Lightning at Carolina Hurricanes. From
the RBC Center in Raleigh, N.C. (Live)
8 p.m. (OUTDOOR) Colorado Avalanche at Nashville Predators.
From the Gaylord Entertainment Center in Nashville, Tenn. (Live)
SOCCER
12 p.m. (FSNFL)Aston Villa vs. Manchester United. (Taped)



Prep CALENDAR


TODAY'S PREP SPORTS
BOYS BASKETBALL
7 p.m. West Port at Dunnellon


NBAI
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Iverson, Phil.
Bryant, LAL
James, Clev.
Arenas, Wash.
Wade, Mia.
Pierce, Bos.
Nowitzki, Dall.
Brand, LAC
Redd, Mil.
Allen, Sea.
Anthony, Den.
Bosh, Tor.
Richardson, G.S. 2
O'Neal, Ind.
Carter, N.J.
Garnett, Minn.
Lewis, Sea.
Hamilton, Det.
Duncan, S.A. 2
Davis, Bos.
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Mourning, Mia.
Abdur-Rahim, Sac.
Haywood, Wash.
Parker, S.A.
Brand, LAC
Iguodala, Phil.
Brezec, Char.
Garnett, Minn.
Battier, Mem.
Gooden, Clev.
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Camby, Den.
Howard, Orl.
Duncan, S.A.
Marion, Phoe.
B. Wallace, Det.
Jamison, Wash. 2
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Brand, LAC
Magloire, Mil.
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Nash, Phoe.
Davis, G.S.
Billups, Det.
Knight, Char.
Miller, Den.
Kidd, N.J.
Iverson, Phil.
Cassell, LAC
Paul, N.Ok
Ford, Mil.


Leaders
gh Dec.18
coring
G FG FTPTSAVG
25 290 227 834 33.4
24 275 1'76 751 31.3
22 235 176 681 31.0
21 185 154 584 27.8
25 235 208 680 27.2
23 197 176 600 26.1
24 220. 148 626 26.1
23 217 142 576 25.0
21 173 128 523 24.9
22 187 96 540 24.5
'4 188 176 560 23.3
24 '183 172 538 22.4
24 204 85 537 22.4
22 182 126 492 22.4
22 179 96 489 22.2
'2 191 96 481 21.9
22 167 95 48021.8
21 179 8445621.7
4' 192 103 488 20.3
23 185 74 465 20.2
percentage
FG FGA PCT
103 185 .557
147 265 .555
81 147 .551
202 371 .544
217 404 .537
95 177 .537
92 172 .535
,191 359 .532
101 191 .529
92 176 .523
bounds
G OFF DEF TOT AVG
21 61 218 279 13.3
21 73 202 275 13.1
24 72 220 292 12.2
3 73 204 277 12.0
21 72 172 244 11.6
22 54 188 242 11.0
22 39 195 234 10.6
22 59 173 232 10.5
23 78 164 242 10.5
22 78 149 227 10.3
rsists
G AST AVG
23 238 10.3
23 224 9.7
21 184 8.8
23 197 8.6
.25 205 8.2
23 178 7.7
25 184 7.4
23 167 7.3
24 171 7.1
22 156 7.1


21. N.C. State (8-1) did not play. Next: at
Alabama, Thursday.
22. Wake Forest (8-2) did not play. Next:
at Richmond, Thursday.
23. Tennessee (6-0) did not play. Next: at
Oklahoma State, Thursday.
S24. Ohio State (7-0) did not play. Next:
vs. Tennessee State, Friday.
25. Iowa (8-3) did not play. Next: vs.
Drake, Tuesday.

Top 25 Boxes
No. 8 Gonzaga 75,
E. Washington 65
E. WASHINGTON (4-5)
Beitinger 4-8 4-7 13, Williams 4-6 2-3 12,
Butorac 3-5 0-1 7, Stuckey 7-15 5-6 20,
Smith II 1-8 2-2 5, Penoncello 3-6 0-0 8,
Bekkering 0-3 0-0 0, Humphrey 0-0 0-0 0,
Zumwalt 0-1 0-0 0, Risper 0-2 0-0 0. Totals
22-54 13-19 65.
GONZAGA (8-2)
Morrison 11-23 5-10 29, Batista 7-15 8-10
22, Mallon 3-7 1-2 7, Altidor-Cespedes 1-1 1-
1 3, Raivio 1-7 2-2 5, Pargo 0-2 0-0 0,
Gurganious 1-1 0-0 2, Knight 0-0 0-0 0,
Pendergraft 1-2 5-67. Totals 25-58 22-31 75.
Halftime-Gonzaga 36-32. 3-Point
Goals-E. Washington 8-21 (Williams 2-2,
'Penoncello 2-5, Butorac 1-1, Beitinger 1-2,
Smith II 1-4, Stuckey 1-6, Zumwalt 0-1),
Gonzaga 3-11 (Morrison 2-5, Raivio 1-6).
Fouled Out-Beitinger. Rebounds-E.
Washington 40 (Butorac 8), Gonzaga 40
(Pendergraft 9). Assists-E. Washington
16 (Smith II 4), Gonzaga 14 (Morrison 4).
Total Fouls-E. Washington 24, Gonzaga
16. A-11,879.
No. 18 Indiana 71, Charlotte 54
INDIANA (6-2)
Killingsworth 7-12 2-5 17, Vaden 5-10 0-
0 14, Ratliff 1-2 0-0 3, Strickland 4-8 0-0
12, Monroe 2-3 0-0 4, White 4-11 0-2 8,
Wilmont 3-3 0-0 9, Suhr 0-0 0-0 0, Allen 0-
1 0-0 0, Kline 0-0 0-0 0, Calloway 2-3 0-0
4. Totals 28-53 2-7 71.
CHARLOTTE (5-5)
Withers 4-12 0-2 8, Alexander 3-12 2-2
11, Nance 3-8 2-2 8, Goldwire 1-7 4-4 7,
Baldwin 2-10 0-0 6, Coleman 3-7 2-3 8,
Williams 0-0 3-5 3, Lewis 0-0 0-0 0,
Bennett 1-8 0-0 3, Jamison 0-0 0-0 0.
Totals 17-64 13-18 54.
Halftime-Indiana 40-30. 3-Point
Goals-Indiana 13-23. (Strickland 4-6,
Vaden 4-8, Wilmont 3-3, Killingsworth 1-2,
Ratliff 1-2, Monroe 0-1, Alien 0-1),
Charlotte 7-19 (Alexander 3-6, Baldwin 2-
4, Bennett 1-3, Goldwire 1-5, Withers 0-1).
Fouled Out-None. Rebounds-Indiana
41 (Strickland 9), Charlotte 38 (Withers
10). Assists-Indiana 15 (Monroe 4),
Charlotte 9 (Goldwire 4). Total Fouls-
Indiana 14, Charlotte 12. A-8,442.
USA Today/ESPN Top 25 Poll
The top 25 teams in the USA Today-
ESPN men's college basketball poll, with
first-place votes in parentheses, records
through Dec. 18, points based on 25 points
fol a first-place vote through one point for
a 25th-place vote and previous ranking:
I Record Pts Pvs
1. Duke (29) 10-0 773 1
2. Connecticut (1) 8-0 738 2
3. Villanova (1) 7-0 '718 3
4. Memphis 8-1 655 5
5. Florida 10-0 632 6
6. Illinois 11-0 624 8
7. Washington 9-0 571 10
8. Oklahoma 6-1 549 9
9. Gonzaga 7-2 489 11
10. Louisville 6-1 447 4
11. Michigan State 9-2 429 12
12. UCLA 8-1 421 14
13. George Washington 8-0 366 15
14. Boston College 7-2 319 13
15. Texas 8-2 291 7
16. Maryland 7-2 267 17
17. Indiana 5-2 248 18
18. N.C. State 8-1 238 19
19. North Carolina 6-1 198 20
20. Kentucky 7-3 184 22
21. Nevada 7-1 144 21
22. Ohio State 7-0 136 25
23. Wisconsin 9-1 105 24
24. Wake Forest 8-2 93 16
25. Pittsburgh 8-0 65 -
Others receiving votes: Tennessee 61,
Syracuse 52, Arizona 51, Iowa 41, LSU 27,
Xavier 24, Bucknell 23, Michigan 18,
Kansas State 15, Air Force 8, Clemson 6,
Notre Dame 6, West Virginia 6, lona 5,
Northern Iowa 5, Colorado 4, Indiana State
4, Texas A&M 4, Buffalo 3, Missouri State
3, Cincinnati 2, Colorado State 2, Houston
2, Vanderbilt 2, Oklahoma State 1.

While Citrus turned over the
ball on four of its first five pos-
sessions, the Pirates started the
game with a Setera Lockley steal
and layup.
Lyons had a hand in the next
four points, hitting a turnaround
jumper in off the glass and then
assisting Meghan Hirsch's layup
to give Crystal River a 6-0 lead.
A pair of Ashley Clark layups
later, the Pirates had built a 10-0
lead with 2:28 left in the opening
period.
"In the first quarter, everyone
did a good job distributing the
ball," Lyons said.
The Hurricanes got on the
board with a drive from the wing
by sophomore guard Ashly Duval
to cut the deficit to 10-2.
Crystal River kept up its great
play at both ends and closed out
the quarter on a 10-1 run capped
by a Lyons putback on an offen-
sive rebound with 10 seconds left


shot, Crystal River had scored
the first six points of the second
quarter to expand the lead to 26-
3.
Citrus, however, showed its
first signs of life when the
Hurricanes reeled off six of their
own points in a row.
Rachel Fults grabbed one of
her game-high 13 rebounds and
scored on a putback to start the
run and Ashley Hoglund hit her
only shot of the game (a 3-point-
er) to cap the run and pull Citrus
to a 26-10 disadvantage.
Citrus plays 7 p.m. Wednesday
at home against Wildwood while
the Pirates next tip-off at the
Nature Coast Holiday
Tournament on December 27.


and Jeremy Spencer trainer for Casper of
the Pioneer League, Ron Gideon field
coordinator, Rich Dauer infield coordina-
tor, Mary Foley catching coordinator and
Jerry Bass equipment manager.
FLORIDA MARLINS-Claimed C John
Baker off waivers from Oakland.
LOS ANGELES DODGERS-Agreed to
terms with SS Nomar Garciaparra on a
one-year contract.
NEW YORK METS-Agreed to terms
with LHP Darren Oliver, LHP Pedro
Feliciano and RHP Jose Parra on minor
league contracts. Released LHP Kaz Ishii.
PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES-Acquired
RHP Ricardo Rodriguez from Texas to
complete an earlier trade.
American Association
EL PASO DIABLOS-Agreed to terms
with INF Jack Joffrion.
FORT WORTH CATS-Agreed to terms
with OF Jordan Foster and INF Terence
Green.
ST. JOSEPH-Named Chris Carminucci
field manager.
Northern League
FARGO-MOORHEAD REDHAWKS-
Sold the contract of RHP Brandon Culp to
the Oakland Athletics.
GARY SOUTHSHORE RAILCATS-
Sold the contract of INF Ben Risinger to
the San Diego Padres.
WINNIPEG GOLDEYES-Agreed to
terms with C Aaron Mendoza. Sold the
contract of C Matt Stocco to the San Diego
Padres.
BASKETBALL
American Basketball Association
BELLINGHAM SLAM-Signed C Eric
Sandrin.
Continental Basketball Association
CBA-Suspended Albany G 'Donnie
Boyce and Rockford C Kenyon Gamble for
one game and fined them undisclosed
amounts for their actions in a Dec. 15
game.
IDAHO STAMPEDE-Added F Josh
Davis to the roster.
SIOUX FALLS SKYFORCE-Waived G
Josh Mueller. Signed F Kevin Melson.
FOOTBALL
National Football League
NEW YORK GIANTS-Signed LB
Roman Phifer and TE Matt Kranchick.
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS-Waived CB
Willie Middlebrooks.
Arena Football League
AUSTIN WRANGLERS-Signed OS
Chris Taylor. Waived OS Nate Turner.
COLORADO CRUSH-Signed QB Tom
Petrie. Waived OL-DL Tom Burke and WR-
DB Jqn Pendergrass.
LAS VEGAS GIlADIATORS-Signed
OL-DL Tupe Peko.
LOS ANGELES AVENGERS-Signed
WR-DB Ataveus Cash and WR-DB Ricky
Sharpe. Re-signed OL-DL Furnell
Hankton..
SAN JOSE SABERCATS-Signed OL-
DL Alan Harper.
HOCKEY
National Hockey League
ATLANTA THRASHERS-Assigned G
Adam Berkhoel to Gwinnett of the ECHL.
CAROLINA HURRICANES-Recalled G
Cam Ward from Lowell of the AHL.
Assigned G Kevin Nastiuk to Lowell.
CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS-Assigned
D Anton Babchuk to Norfolk of the AHL.
COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS-
Assigned F Steven Goertzen to Syracuse
of the AHL.
DETROIT RED WINGS-Recalled G
Joey MacDonald from Grand Rapids of
the AHL. Assigned LW Valtteri Filppula and
G Jimmy Howard to Grand Rapids.
EDMONTON OILERS-Placed RW
Radek Dvorak on injured reserve.
Recalled D Matt Greene from Iowa of the
AHL.
LOS ANGELES KINGS-Placed F Jeff
Cowan on injured reserve, retroactive to
Dec. 11.
MONTREAL CANADIENrS-Recalled G
Yann Danis and F Andrei Kostitsyn from
Hamilton of the AHL.
NEW JERSEY DEVILS-Announced
the resignation of Larry Robinson, coach.
Announced president and general manag-
er Lou Lamoriello will take over for
Robinson on a temporary basis.
PHOENIX COYOTES-Claimed C
Krystofer Kolanos off waivers from
Edmonton and assigned him to San
Antonio of the AHL.
ST. LOUIS BLUES-Recalled G
Reinhard Divis from Peoria of the AHL.
Assigned G Chris Beckford-Tseu to
Peoria.
TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS-Recalled F
John Pbhl from Toronto of the AHL. Signed
G Justin Pogge to a three-year entry-level
contract.
Central Hockey League
TULSA OILERS-Signed LW Mike
Possin. Waived D Bryan Jaeger and F
Justin Siebold.
SOCCER
Major League Soccer
METROSTARS-Signed M Youri
Djorkaeff to a one-year contract.
COLLEGE
BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE-
Announced the resignation of John
Guthrie, coordinator of men's basketball
officials.
ELON-Named Pete Lembo football
coach.
FLORIDA-Announced junior RB Skyler
Thornton has decided to transfer.
LOUISIANA COLLEGE-Named Dennis
Dunn football coach.
MARYLAND-Signed Gary Williams,
men's basketball coach, to a contract
extension through 2013.
RUTGERS-CAMDEN-Named Tim
Oswald men's soccer coach.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS-Announced the
resignation of Shane Hawkins, assistant
basketball coach.
TENNESSEE-Announced PG Sa'de
Wiley-Gatewood will leave the school.
TEXAS-Announced sophomore men's
basketball F Dion Dowell will transfer.
TROY-Named Tony Franklin offensive
coordinator and Matt Moore offensive line
coach.
UC IR\'INt_--Named April Heinrichs
women's soccer coach.

their game in the first, they did
play the Pirates evenly in the
game's final three quarters.
After Lockley went coast-to-
coast for a layup keyed by team-
mate Brandy Worlton's blocked


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"I think the kids felt like we
should have won the first time
we played them," Warren said.
"Not to take anything away from
Citrus, though ... this was a nice
win."
Lecanto (5-6-2, 5-3-2) jumped
out to a quick 1-0 lead just five
minutes into the match on a goal
by Noah Heinze.
Smith's corer kick to Lowe,
who missed on a header, found



CANES

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Maggie Mueller create some-
thing.
"She's their whole team," said
Gatto of Mueller. "Without her,
they have nothing. One day you'll
turn on your TV and watch her
play. That girl's got talent"
With less than 20 minutes
remaining, Mueller moved
inside and Natalie Burnett
moved to the right wing. On a run
into the middle, Mueller drew
the defense with her, then sent
the ball back out to Burnett.
Burnett put it inside to Vanessa
Ramirez, stationed alone in front
of Citrus keeper Kelsey Keating,
and Ramirez finished to knot it
at 1-1.
"We were trying to move
(Mueller) around and mix it up a
bit," said Towne.
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Densmore said. "He looked like
he was going to get his points no
matter what."
Livingston's Citrus counter-
part, 6-foot-7 center Walt
Howard, spent much of the
game in foul trouble, which
caused him to miss most of the
second and third quarters and
much of the fourth.
"Doesn't really matter,"
Livingston said. "Even when he
was out there I was doing the
same. I've been playing against
Walt since I was in middle
school, so it's just me and him
going at it."
Howard finished with 13
points and 9 rebounds for
Citrus. But it was guard Nick
Delguidice that kept the Canes
in the game with Howard sit-
ting. Delguidice hit five 3s -
three in the second quarter
alone and led the Canes in
scoring with 19.
But Delguidice missed the
one 3 he would have traded for
all the others. With 11 seconds
remaining and the Canes trail-
ing by three, Delguidice drove
the length of the court amidst
heavy pressure but couldn't find
an open look at the basket. His
desperation attempt with a sec-
ond left fell well short, and the
Pirates celebrated at midcourt
"It's a great win for us,"
Pirates coach Tony Stukes said.
"It's district, it's county, it's com-
ing up on break and the kids are
excited. It's going to be a good
momentum-builder for us."
Crystal River took the lead
for good on an in-bounds play
with 50 seconds left With the
Hurricane defense sagged on
Livingston in the middle,


McNally flashed open on the
baseline, received a pass from
Steven D'Amico and swished a
19-footer without hesitating.
It was the last of a bunch of
baskets Crystal River scored off
of set in-bounds plays with
D'Amico at the helm.
"If you plan, better things
happen," noted Stukes. "When
(in-bounds plays) are working
you stick to them. We ran the
same one all night long and it
kept working, so we never
changed it."
Jay Winborne was also effec-
tive all night long for the Pirates
- and then some. The Crystal
River junior point guard played
a near-flawless floor game in
scoring 17 points, dishing out 7
assists and hitting two clutch
free throws with 11.2 seconds on
the clock to force Citrus into 3-
point mode.
"Jay is definitely coming on
strong," Stukes said. "That's his
best game at Crystal River by
far, but that's what he's capable
of doing. He can do that for us
every night. I've held him back a
little bit in the past and we're
asking him for a little bit more
now."
It was a little bit more than
Densmore wanted to see from
Winborne, who created havoc
for the Citrus defense by repeat-
edly penetrating into the lane.
and forcing shifts.
"He gets that step on you and
away he goes," Densmore said.
"He can either score or dish. He
had a nice game."
Roger Jones also had a hot
hand and finished with 13
points for the Pirates (54, 4-2),
who host Central on Thursday.
Citrus (5-3, 4-2) will have to
keep its intensity up for another
cross-county rival game the
Canes visit Lecanto on
Thursday.


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its way to Heinze for the goal.
The Panthers outshot the
Hurricanes 11-3 in the first half,
but saw the hosts stay in the
match thanks to their defense.
Citrus finally broke through 10
minutes into the second half
when a header by Chad Richie
found its way past Tyler Jordan.
Lecanto, though, continued to
battle and Maloney's goal helped
turn the match back around.
Overall, the Panthers had a 17-
6 edge in shots.
Ctirus goalie .Jamal Johnson
had 12 saves while Lecanto's
Jordan finished with five.

again. Lecanto's insistence on
attacking through Mueller only
aided Citrus' defensive strategy
The game-winning goal came
courtesy of the same duo that got
the Hurricanes' first score, only
with roles inverted. A pass inside
from Nelson beat the Lecanto
defense and reached Jordan, and
her shot from inside the box got
past King to make it 2-1 with
12:45 left in the opening half.
Citrus continued to apply pres-
sure after taking the lead, con-
trolling the play through the first
20 minutes of the second half. In
the final 15 minutes, however,
Lecanto did put together several
strong scoring chances, two of
them starting with Mueller and
reaching Burnett. One drive,
however, went just over the
crossbar; a second hit the goal-
post
So very close. Which clearly
adds promise to Gatto's predic-
tion regarding the upcoming 4A-
6 tournament

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BASEBALL
American League
CHICAGO WHITE SOX-Agreed to
terms with C A.J. Pierzynski on a three-
year contract.
CLEVELAND INDIANS-Agreed to
terms with RHP Danny Graves and RHP
Steve Karsay on minor league contracts.
KANSAS CITY ROYALS-Traded OF
Matt Diaz to Atlanta RHP Ricardo F.
Rodriguez.
LOS ANGELES ANGELS-Traded C
Josh Paul to Tampa Bay for INF Travis
Schlichting.
OAKLAND ATHLETICS-Agreed to
terms with LHP Joe Kennedy on a one-year
contract.
SEATTLE MARINERS-Agreed to terms
with LHP Jarrod Washburn on a four-year
contract.
TAMPA BAY DEVIL RAYS-Agreed to
terms with INF Sean Burroughs on a one-
year contract.
National League
CINCINNATI REDS-Agreed to terms
with INF Ryan Freel on a two-year contract
and INF Aaron Holbert and OF Andy Abad
on minor league contracts.
COLORADO ROCKIES-Agreed to
terms with RHP Bret Prinz and LHP Steve
Colyer on minor league contracts. Named
Tom Runnells manager, Chuck Kniffin
pitching coach and Heath Townsend trainer
for Colorado Springs of the PCL, Stu Cole
manager, Orlando Merced hitting coach
and Austin O'Shea trainer for Tulsa of the
Texas League, Chad Kreuter manager and
Chris Strickland trainer for Modesto of the
California League, Richard Palacios pitch-
ing coach and Chris Dovey trainer for
Asheville of the South Atlantic League,
Darron Cox manager and Doug Linton
pitching coach for Tri-City of the Northwest
League, Mark Thompson pitching coach

that gave the Pirates a 17-point
lead heading into the second
quarter.
In the first quarter alone,
Lyons scored 8 points, collected 5
rebounds, and handed out 3
assists and Crystal River commit-
ted just 3 turnovers during that
span.
"The last time we played them,
in the first quarter, we played
intimidated," said Citrus'
Jackson, whose team fell to 6-5
overall and 2-4 in District 4A-6.
"We really didn't do anything dif-
ferent but we played better (after
the first quarter).
Crystal River coach Jere
DeFoor noticed the difference,
too.
"I thought we played well in
the first quarter but it got sloppy
after that," said DeFoor, whose
team improved to 10-1 overall
and 7-1 in district
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Area Senior players (age
50 and over) will start
their USTA league play
Jan. 7-8.
Some teams will play on
Saturday, others on
Sunday. Teams
need to have at least
six players on their
roster by Dec. 28,
while more can be
added afterwards. i
So far Citrus -
County has submit-
ted seven teams: 3.0
Women: Pine Ridge,
captain Marilyn Erii
Butler; Skyview, cap- den I
tain Diane Halloran. -~
3.5 Women: CRHS,
captain Gail Sansom;
Skyview, captain Sue Barry;
Sugarmill Woods, captain
Antoinette van den Hoogen.
3.5 Men: Pine Ridge, captain
Norm Berry. 4.0 Men:
Skyview, captain Andy
Belskie.
Some of these teams could
use more players, so if you are
over 49 or turn 50 anytime in
2006, give them a call.
The USTA has been tweak-
ing the tiebreak rule again.
Last time around, they came
up with an extended tiebreak-
er to be played instead of a
third set. Now they have come
up with a system that I am not
even going to try to explain.
Instead, read the USTA ver-
sion, which I got from our
District 4 director, Cathy
Priest.
"The Coman Tiebreak
Procedure is the same as the
present tiebreak (set or
match), except that ends are
changed after the first point,
then after every four points
(i.e., after the 5th, 9th, 13th,
17th points, etc.), and at the
conclusion of the tiebreak.
The scoring in the Coman
Tiebreak Procedure is the
same as a traditional set or
match tiebreak, and the pro-
cedure for playing the Coman.
Tiebreak is the same as a set
or match tiebreak For exam-
ple, if the Coman Tiebreak
Procedure is used when the
set score is 6-6, the player
whose turn it is to serve shall
serve the first point from the
deuce court; after the first
point, the players shall
change ends and the follow-
ing two points shall be served
by the opponents) (in dou--
bles, the player of the oppos-
ing team due to serve next),
starting with the ad court;
after this, each player/team
shall serve alternately for two
consecutive points (starting
with the ad court), changing
ends after every four points,
until the end of the tiebreak


It's Girl
ey guys. Have you ever
wanted to be a fly on the
wall at a women's beau-
ty salon? Or maybe at a wedding
shower?
Ever wonder if the girls talk
about the same stuff you do
when they go to lunch together?
Act the same? Tell similar
jokes?
I have to admit, I've been curi-
ous about how they behave
when we're not around. Well, I
finally I had a chance to find out
last week when Synette Parrish,
the captain of the Alley Brats,
one of the teams in the Tuesday
Gals league at Manatee Lanes,
invited me to join them.
The Alley Brats were in
fourth place in the league, and
only one point behind the third
place team. With a good night
they could move up. I hoped to
see some fierce competition
between the two teams, and to
observe the team members at
their best I wasn't disappoint-
ed.
Synette started the Alley
Brats six years ago along with
friends Cora Lee and Betsy
Bowman. They've stayed togeth-


Manatee Lanes
Crystal Manatee
Handicap Men: T-Bone Young 262-688
Women: Eve Donaldson 259-691
Scratch Men: Jason Home 299-729
Women: Eve Donaldson 191, Nan Young
519
Morning Birds
Handicap Women: Dot Brett 268, Betty
Tone 686
Scratch Women: Fran Barlow 210-555
West Citrus Mixer
Handicap Men: Jeff Dalbow 263-696
Women: Karin Gerrran 240, Sandra Fisher
670
Scratch Men: Gregg Kirkland 225, Kevin
Fisher 627 Women: Sandra Fisher 211,
Karin German 500
Cruisers Bowling League
Handicap Men: Bob Iverson 267-717
Women: Patti Anderson 231, Patti
Otenbaker 631
Scratch Men: Bob Iverson 235 Women:


Is Night

er ever since. Over the six years
there have been several other
women who have come and
gone. Anita Black joined the
team the second year. Margo
Freeman has been with them
for two years, and Deanna
Shepard for a year. All three of
the new additions told me that
they did not know the others
before joining the team, but all
expect to be back next year.
"We are an average team,"
Synette said. "We don't have any
bowlers on the team that are
real good, but we still all look
forward to bowling night and
competing together. We do take
our bowling seriously even if
it doesn't look like it."
Synette and her biggest fan,
husband Steve, live in Beverly
Hills. She is the registrar at the
Cypress Creek Correctional
Academy in Lecanto. She car-
ries a 148 average and her high-
est game so far is an almost per-
fect 298. Synette had her own
cheering section when I was
there, made up of her husband's
son, Brandon Bernard, and his
fiance, Ashley Geer.
"Our bowling is our night


Patti Anderson 168
Citrus Hills league
Handicap Men: Paul Simek 276, Angelo
Lomb 666 Women: Mimi DeMartin 261, 653
Scratch Men: Paul Simek 267-599
Women: Mimi DeMartin 237-581
Fun Bunch
Handicap Men: Robbie Platz 300-756
Women: Anne Fish 280, Kelly Johnson 733
Scratch Men: Robbie Platz 300,-756
Women: Anne Fish 237-585
AdultlYouth Holiday No-Tap Tournament
Age 10 & up
First Place: Trevor Roberts &
Steve Ellis 1403
Second Place: Rebekah & Les Cook
1391
Age 11 & up
First Place: John & Lucas
Sparrow 1560
Second Place: Jules & Jay Bridges
1550
Wvatt Denninotnn childr bowled two perfect


Out weekly at Manatee Lanes


out." Synette explained. "We're
all mellow. We're just here to
have fun."
Cora and Synette are old
friends. Cora has a 126 average


and her high game is
205. Married for three
years, she currently
lives in Crystal River
and works at Rainbow
Tile.
Betsy, wife of
Inverness attorney
Steven Bowman of the
firm Bowman and
Wilson, is one of the
original members of
the team, but is unable
to bowl this season due
to a back injury. That


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doesn't stop her from
having her night out with the
gals, however, as she was there
cheering them on and enjoying
everyone's company. Betsy is a
150 bowler with a high game of
208.
Anita, with a 144 average and
a high game of 225, has been
married for 25 years and lives in
Dunnellon. It's obvious she


er to her than Manatee Lanes,
but that doesn't make any differ-
ence to her as evidenced by her
five-year loyalty.
"I didn't know any of the other
girls before I was put
on this team, but we
all are like sisters
now." Margo said.
Margo lives in
Homosassa, and
S works for Johnson
Kia as a service
advisor. She has two
children, Dawn and
Tim, and two grand-
SRua children, and looks
forward to her night
7,,, out with the girls
weekly. Margo has
been bowling since
1967 and has lived in Citrus
County since 1985. With a 146
average and a high game of 253,
Margo showed her intense com-
petitiveness a little more than
the others. Just watching her
approach, and reaction after-
wards gave me a clue that in
spite of her smile, she meant
business.


enjoys her teammates. There Deanna is the new girl on the
are several bowling houses clos- block. She has been in the


Bowling Leagu
games back-to-back
Joe Riser & John Walker (adults) bowled a
perfect game each
Sportsmen's Bowl
Sunbowlers Senior League
Men: Warren Aplin 222, Larry Gray 584
Women: Tessy Randazzo 198, Barbara
Barnes 530
Monday Night His and Hers league
Men: Jerry Bassett 223-605 Women: Jean
Cunningham 210, Robin Budd 561
Tuesday Night Firstnighters
Mark Wrightson 255-627
Wednesday Morning Early Birds
Kinda Badore 213-488
Thursday Afternoon Hits and Misses
Men: Paul Spohn 224, Skip George 526
Women: Barbara Steffen 185, Millie George
464
Thursday Night Pinbusters
Jean Cunningham 187-497
Friday Afternoon Kings and Queens


Men: Ted Crites 193-494 Women: Barbara
Barnes 204-505
Friday Evening Friday Nighters
Men: Mark Wrightson 242, Don Griffin 622
Women: Annie Lowe 216-594
Saturday Morning Youth League
Men: Steven Faron 171, Derek Paquette
406 Women: Kim Wrightson 171-486
Parkview Lanes
Monday Night Specials
Handicap Men: Dan Ressler 291, 743
Women: Denise Manning 267, Lorl Ciquera
733
Scratch Men: Dan Ressler 268.674
Women: Lori Ciquera 238, 649
Preserve Pinbusters
Handicap Men: Dale Hofstetter
237,630Women: Carolyn Hylton 255 Bette
Summers 637
Scratch Women: Carolyn Hylton 206
Parkview Seniors
Handicap Men: Charlie Lord 274,717


league for seven years but only
joined the Alley Brats this year
to replace Betsy when she got
hurt. Deanna lives in Beverly
Hills and is a nurse at Citrus
Memorial Hospital. She also has
two children and two grandchil-
dren, Skylar and Victoria.
"I love bowling in the league,"
she said. "The work at the hos-
pital is so stressful, I need some
place to unwind. Not only is
bowling a perfect way, the fun
personalities of my teammates
helps me forget every thing at
work."
Deanna has a 133 average and
a high game of 204.
It didn't take me long to real-
ize that women do in fact talk
and act different than men
when together. At least they do
when bowling together.
The time I spent with them
was a total pleasure. Though
very competitive, they were
unlike the men bowlers I have
known. I didn't hear any profan-
ity or see any displays of disgust,
anger or frustration. No whin-
ing, and excuses about missed
shots.
Conversation with the women



Women: Dot Calverley 267,642
Scratch Men: Charlie Lord 235
Ladies Classic
Handicap Mary Briscoe 253, 658
Scratch Mary Briscoe 213
Late Starters
Handicap Men: Ron Gable 248, Rich
Soletto 653 Women: Marilyn Seymour 228
Melida Manion 651
Scratch Men: Rich Soletto 234 Women:
Shirley Tenity 210.
Wednesday Night Men
Handicap Gary Thibault 297 Jim Dollar 723
Scratch Jim Dollar 268. Mark Smith 667
Women's Trio
Handicap Rue Pilkinton 253,659
Scratch Fran Barlow 225
Holder Hotshots
Handicap Men: John Gilbert 276 Ron
Barker 736 Women: Jennifer Kish 267
Marilyn Seymour 766
Scratch Men: Kevin Williams 234
Parkview Owls


during the match was difficult.
It was almost surreal the entire
evening. Laughter surrounded
our table. What a difference in
attitude. I don't ever remember
watching men bowl, myself
included, where they all
laughed and enjoyed each other
so much. They all could have
been sisters. One would never
have thought that other than
Cora and Synette, they seldom if
ever socialize together away
from Manatee Lanes.
I had a great time and met
some awfully nice people. They
told me that if I ever want a
night out to relax and have fun,
I am welcome to join them on
any Tuesday night. I'll remem-
ber that.
As for what women are like
together, don't worry yourself
about it. They have a blast.
Oh by the way, the Alley Brats
won two games and total points
moving them into third laugh-
ing all the way


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



Handicap Men: Jim Cheff 298,750
Women: Susan Jones 283, 773
Scratch Men: Jim Cheff 277,687 Women:
Fran Barlow 235
Bowler of the Week
Men: Charlie Lord, 117 pins over his aver-
age. Women: Susan Jones, 113 pins over
her average
Parkview Strike-A-Mania
Jeff Hickey rolled a 300 in each game, with
Fred Craycraft tying him in the first game
and Andy Curtis tying him in the third
game. Rick Rollason and Robert
Castleberry had third-place finishes, with
Fred and Dave Norris tying for second in
the other game. Jeff, Fred and Andy fin-
ished 1-2-3 in the series, and Fred. also
won a third of the Strike-A-Mania pot with
natural strikes in the second game. The 8-
pin NoTap Strike-A-Mania is held every
Saturday night, and the strike pot is now
$57. Players must sign in by 6:30 p.m.,
and the cost is $12 per person.


4B TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2005


SPORTS


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game.
USA Tennis Florida will
use the Coman Tiebreak
Procedure at all USA League
Tennis Regional and
S e c tional
Championships in
the 2006 league
year fbr all set and
match tiebreaks.
S Use of the Coman
Tie b r e a k
Procedure is
encouraged during
local district league
play."
c van Remember it says
loogen "encouraged," it is
I not mandatory. For
those of you who
are going to any of
these Championships you bet-
ter save this part of the paper
because you are going to need
it.
League Results
Monday Night Ladies Doubles
The results for Dec. 12 were:
Brooksville Aces def. Sugarmill
Woodsies; 4-1 (Incomplete); Citrus Hills
Court Defenders def. Pine Ridge
Racqueteers, 3-2; Black Diamond def.
Bicenternial Babes, 4-2. For more infor-
mation or to report scores, contact
Antoinette van den Hoogen at 382-3138
or hoera@juno.com.
Tuesday Womens Leagues
USA Women Team Tennis
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 information about this league, contact
Char Schmoller at 527-9218 or e-mail
schmoler@atlantic.net.
Senior Ladies Tuesday 3.0
The results for Dec. 13 were:
Meadowcrest Aces vs Riverview, 2-2;
Riverhaven Ospreys def. Citrus HillS, 4-2;
Crystal River vs Riverhaven Gators, 3-3;
Pine Ridge def. Sugarmill Woods, 4-0.
For information about this league, contact
Myrtle Jones at 341-0970 or e-mail
mbj30@netsignia.net.
Thursday Citrus Area Doubles
The results for Dec. 12 were: Citrus
Hills Swingers def. Skyview, 6-3; Citrus
Hills Aces def. Crystal River Racqueteers,
6-3; Pine Ridge Mavericks def.
Bicentennial Babes, 7-2; Sugar Mill
Oakies def. Pine Ridge Fillies, 6-5;
Crystal River Yoyo's def. Sugar Mill
Sweetspots, 7-2. For information about
this league, contact chairperson Gail
Sansom at 746-4455 or bsansom@tam-
pabay.rr.com.
Thursday Evening Men's League
The matches for Dec. 15 were rained
out again. For information, contact the
Administration Office at Whispering Pines
Park at 726-3913.
Friday Senior Ladies Doubles 3.0-3.5
Standings: Meadowcrest Swingers, 24;'
Pine Ridge Mustangs, 18; Meadowcrest
Love, 16; Riverhaven, 15; Pine Ridge
Colts, 13; Crystal River, 10; Sugarmill
Woods, 7; Citrus Hackers, 5. If you want
to field a team (four players per team with
a maximum of six) for the 2005-2006 sea-
son, or you want to be a sub, contact
Betsy Dykes at 795-5299 or Lucy Murphy
at 527-4239 or e-mail.

--1--

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











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Underwater escapades


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HEART
CONNECTIONS


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MIKE WINKLES/Special to-the Chronicle
Sean Bradley, scuba instructor, practices controlled descending and ascending with student diver John "Ski" Szafranski in the indoor pool a;t American Pro
Diving Center.


There's more to safe diving than knowing what 'scuba' means


JoY GALLON
For the Chronicle


Scuba diving might be the most
incredible adventure you will ever
undertake. It is the portal to a new
world, where most have never gone
and never will.
For some of us, though, the
thought of scuba diving brings up
images of actor Lloyd Bridges, in
the 1957-1961 TV series, "Sea
Hunt," struggling'underwater
against knife-wielding thugs who
are trying to rip a hole in his air
hose and kill him.
Luckily for most divers, this is
never the experience they will
have. And besides and this
should make you feel better cut-
ting an air hose is difficult
Although scuba has its dangerous
and difficult aspects, almost any-
one can learn to do it You do not
have to be a master diver to enjoy
the sport. Advances in technology
have made scuba gear immensely
easier to use, whetfleryou are big
and strong, or small and non-athlet-
ic.
"Basically, everybody can do it,"
Sean Bradley, PADI Course
.Instructor with American Pro-Dive
in Crystal River, said.'"We have
certified several amputees and
people paralyzed from the waist
down. I took an 86-year-old man
deep diving to 86 feet for his birth-
day. He loved it"
Bradley said even people who


Student diver John "Ski" Szafranski, right, works with scuba instructor Sean
Bradley as they practice underwater skills in the indoor pool at American Pro
Diving Center.


have had lung transplants and
heart attacks can scuba if their doc-
tors clear them.
"And deaf kids," Bradley said,
"we teach them maybe 40 hand sig-
nals, and these kids can carry on


conversations like crazy
underwater!" U F
. If you think you are too a
handicapped to dive, talk c
with Julie Wols, MDEA w
instructor evaluator at c
Crystal River Water J
Sports. "We've taken blind
people scuba diving," Wols said.
"We take them to an entry level
shallow dive it gives them an
opportunity to try it."
She also said that the handi-
capped may need an assistant to
help them operate their BC or
other equipment


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ibout
living
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There are several scuba pro-
grams that offer "open water" cer-
tification, but NAUI and PADI are
the best known. It is important to
be certified to scuba dive, because
use of the equipment and safety
rules of diving are not
more something we intuitively
t scuba know.
g next Bill Oestreich, owner of
in a Birds Under Water Dive
nn by Shop, said, "You have
3allion. been taught all your life to
hold your breath in the
water, but you can't do it on ascent
because it will rupture your lungs,
and form a blockage of oxygen-rich
blood to the brain. In dive class, we
teach basic survival skills. For
example, if you run out of air, get-
ting air from your dive buddy. It
takes repetition in shallow water,


IN TECHNICAL TERMS
Scuba stands for self-contained
underwater breathing appara-
tus.
I BC vest buoyancy control
vest, like a life-preserver.
Regulator Breiathing appara-
tus held in the mouth, which
connects to the air tank on
Your back.
Snorkel Hbolk-shaped
breathing tube for swimming
on the surface of the water.
8 Weight Belt -- A wet suit keeps
a person near ;or at the water's
surface. A little added weight
on. a belt counteracts the buoy-
ancy of the wet suit, allowing
the diver to sink lower.
Wet suit Stretchy, neoprene
bodysuit that aids in flotation
and warmth.

learning these skills. In a panic sit-
uation, the poorly learned skills
are the ones that will first be lost"
Dive shops will not fill air tanks
for people who do not have certifi-
cation. And, of course, diving with-
out proper training is an invitation
to a shorter life span maybe not
just your own.
The basic scuba certification
course is for those 10 years or
older, and takes two to four days. It'
starts with classroom study and
testing, and then time in a pool or
shallow water to become familiar
with the equipment and hand sig-
Please see ESCAPADES/Page 4C


Medicare stymies even those who served our country


Recently, military veterans re-
ceiving benefits from the U.S.
Department of Veterans Affairs
(VA) have'been experiencing the same
confusion as the rest of us.
I have received questions
from the most honorable of
all military veterans
(vets). In fact, this past week 4
I had the honor and-pleas-
ure of speaking to a disabled .
veteran, who reads this col-
umn. Initially, I received e-
mail from this disabled vet,
who receives many, but not Dan ]
all, of his multitude of pre- SEN
scriptions from the VA.
This vet has so many med- ADVC
ical conditions that he has a
need for some 16 different prescrip-
tions monthly May god bless this read-
er for his desire to continue onward,
and also for his military service. He and
some "buddy vets" share the same con-


R


fusion of the ins-and-outs of this new
law, as the rest of the public. His basic
dilemma concerned the bureaucratic
answers to questions received from the
VA, as well as the problem of
attempting to figure out if he
can continue with his VA
medications and apply for
-. Part D.
Almost all federal and
S state agencies and the legis-
lators' offices that represent
us cannot seem to respond
S. with direct, understandable
Zohan answers to simple questions.
IOR This is a complaint I receive
from readers of all ages and
'CATE backgrounds. It is, quite sim-
ply, shameful!
The disabled veteran reader was told
by a Part D-approved insurer that he
could not continue to receive VA pre-
scriptions and Part D of Medicare. The
answer he received was: "The govern-


ment would not allow two government
plans." Actually, this is not quite true.
The correct answer should be: "The
government, meaning the VA and
Medicare's Part D, will not cover or can-
not cover a single prescription by both
plans; in other words, no duplication in
coverage.
So, the overall answer to the reader's
question would be: One can have Part D
and continue to receive the medica-
tions that the VA clinic or hospital pre-
scribe.
Note: The above scenario does not
concern Tricare or CHAMPVA benefici-
aries. These are health insurance plans
for active vets, as well as retired vets,
and they know who they are.
Why would someone want both
plans? In this reader's situation, the VA
does not cover all of his medications. In
addition, he currently is paying an out-
of-pocket expense of nearly $5,000 per
year for those medications that are not


covered by the VA.
So, as with all other Medicare benefi-
ciaries, one would have to closely mon-
itor the formulary (drugs) and stipula-
tions of a plan.
Some interesting side issue questions
arise about using both VA and Part D
coverage. If one just uses VA coverage
for prescriptions, is it considered Med-
icare "Credible Coverage"? In other
words: Will you pay the Medicare pen-
alty, because you did not join Part D?
The answer is no, according to the VA
and Medicare. However, are we talking
about only the drugs that the VA cov-
ers?
According to Medicare, prescription
VA benefits will not change in 2006. So,
quite clearly Medicare is aware that
Medicare beneficiaries have been
receiving VA prescriptions. According
to the VA, it clearly states that you may
Please see : '/Page 4C


Holidays


link


hearts
hristmas, Hanukkah
and Kwanzaa are
marvelous celebra-
tions of spirit that link
hearts around the world at
this time of year. The season
is wondrous because the
spirit of love, peace and joy
lights up the world for a
time. How marvelous it
would be if this spirit could
light up our lives all year
long!
The truth is that it can if
we let it. The linkage be-
tween our hearts, our lives
and the spirit of love is not
simply a sentimental one.
Real connections exist that
have been proven scientifi-
cally. The key to strengthen-
ing these connections is to
understand and nourish
love the language of the
heart.
The Institute of Heart-
Math is an organization that
has carefully researched
and documented heart con-
nections since 1991. Many of
its findings were published
in a book titled "The
HeartMath Solution." Sci-
entific.conclusions that are
well established include the
following:
Please see DODGE/Page 3C


Dr. Sunil Gandhi
CANCER
& BLOOD
DISEASE



How to


prevent


prostate


cancer
P rostate cancer is the
commonest of all can-
cers except skin can-
cer. This year alone, it will
strike more than 232,000
men. Every man has about a
1-in-10 chance of getting
prostate cancer in his life-
time. Advances in screening
and newer diagnostic tech-
nology have led to earlier
and earlier diagnoses of-the
disease.
Still, it is a lot better not to
get prostate cancer at all. So
the National Cancer Insti-
tute and researchers around
the world are doing many
studies to find ways to
reduce the chance of getting
prostate cancer. Unfor-
tunately, this is easier said
than done. Studies are diffi-
cult and very expensive.
Still, I will cite some recom-
mendations in the article.
The prostate is a walnut-
sized gland behind the base
of the penis, in front of the
rectum and below the blad-
der. It surrounds the ure-
thra, the tube-like channel
that carries urine and
semen through the penis.
The prostate's main function
is to produce seminal fluid,
the liquid in semen that pro-
tects, supports and helps
transport sperm.
Please see C,.%r ,',!l,/Page 4C


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2C TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2005


Plantar fasciosis can


explain persistent symptoms


The last column discussed plantar fasciitis
vs. plantar fasciosis. Fasciitis is an inflam-
mation of the plantar fascia that causes
heel pain and-typically presents when first arising
after being off the foot for a period of time.
Fasciitis should be visualized on
bone scan or MRI and usually
'I
responds to exercise and anti-inflam-
matory medication, such as NSAIDS
or cortisone. I mentioned in the last
column that plantar fasciosis is a rela-
tively new concept as a cause of heel
pain, where the plantar fascia under- 'i
goes microscopic structural failure
without information. '
Plantar fasciosis helps explain Dr. David
those patients who fail to respond to
exercises, NSAIDS, and corticosteroid BEST"
injections and have negative bone FOR l
scan and MRI studies that are finely
tuned to identify inflammation in tissue.
I have two current patients I am treating with
what I believe is plantar fasciosis. One patient has
had symptoms of fasciitis for almost one year and
has not responded to an exercise regimen,
NSAIDS, physical therapy, corticosteroid injec-
tions or orthotic inserts, and had a negative MRI
exam for fasciitis.
Another patient was treated successfully for
plantar fasciitis three years prior with conserva-
tive measures.including exercise and corticos-
teroid injection. The patient presented recently
with a return of symptoms that was not respond-
ing to exercise. I told the patient that I could not
remember a patient who had exercised their
fasciitis away and had it return. I was surprised
that she had returned three years later for the
same problem. I injected the painful area that
had previously benefited from the treatment and
the patient did not respond. I ordered an MRI test
that was also negative, but the patient continued


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to complain of pain similar to the first episode.
Anti-inflammatory medication will not help fas-
ciosis. Stretching exercises are the primary treat-
ment for fasciosis and fasciitis, in my opinion, and
are well accepted in the medical community.
Night splints are devices worn on
the legs while sleeping that can stretch
the offending tissue. Night splints are
documented in several studies to ben-
efit heel pain due to the fascia, but I
find that only about 20 percent of my
patients are compliant or will tolerate
the splints due to a number of reasons.
Insert or orthotic management may
Help those with fascia-induced heel
B. Raynor pain, but the devices are expensive,
usually not covered by insurance,
FOOT restrict shoe choices, and should be
VARD used for the patient's lifetime to be
effective.


A patient may elect to live with the problem if
conservative measures fail to provide relief.
Patients can also elect to have surgery performed
to try to relieve pain. Surgical alternatives
include an endoscopic technique in which a cut is
made in the fascia through a small tube known as
Sa cannula. Extra corporeal shock wave therapy,
,ECSWT, uses sound waves to create an inflamma-
tory reaction in the fascia to stimulate healing
Without an incision. Time-honored open surgery
directly accesses the fascia through an incision,
but requires keeping weight off the treated foot
after surgery.
Each procedure has advantages and disadvan-
tages and should be used as a last resort when
patients fail all conservative care and elect not to
live with the problem.
**---m----
David B. Raynor, DPM, is a podiatrist in
Inverness. He can be reached at 726-3668 with
questions or suggestions for future columns.


Long-term costs of medical education


Jaw pain can have many causes

Isaw a new patient this week who had non- with tapping sensitivity is a crack or fracture in
specific pain in the lower right jaw that she the tooth. There are also times when a gum
could not attribute to the gums or the teeth, abscess elicits tapping sensitivity.
It is this type of situation that is very difficult for a The cold sensitivity: Cold sensitivity is most
a doctor to diagnose definitively. common with a hypersensitive
After careful examination, I found nerve. A hypersensitive nerve is
a crack in one of her molars, a crown most common when the nerve is
on another molar that went very far affected by decay This can also hap-
below the gums, and both teeth were .y pen when the bite is not correct. This
sensitive to tapping and to a cold *., is most common with the recent
stick test As I told her, any of these placement of a new crown.
findings could be the cause of her '. As you can see, things can get quite
pain. Or you could fix one thing only complicated and in this patient's
to still have symptoms. ,. case, it sure is. This patient elected
Let's go over what each of the Dr. Frank Vasii to hold off on any treatment or fur-
above findings can contribute to her their evaluation. This is probably a
pain. SOU ND good idea, since something will prob-
* The crack: A crack or fracture in BITES ably surface as the cause of her pain.
a tooth can be a very hard thing to As I told her, it may be one of the
diagnose. In some cases you diagnose it solely above or a combination of any of them. The only
by symptoms; in this patient's case, it was very risk with waiting on treatment is if the problem
apparent, surfaces at an inopportune time.
Cracks will often give vague symptoms. In most I hope this situation helps you, the reader,
cases, the patient has pain during chewing that is because these are all common occurrences in
relieved when the pressure is removed. There the dental office. If you have one of these symp-
can be cold sensitivity, but not always. If left undi- toms, you may want to talk to your dentist about
agnosed for a long time, it can lead to the need for it. On the other hand, if you have a set of symp-
a root canal because the nerve is affected. toms that has been hard for your dentist to diag-
The crown far below the gums: If a foreign nose, please understand how difficult it is and
object were meant to be far below the gums, God that, sometimes, the approach this patient took
would have made it that way. Some people tol- is the best.
rate this situation better than others, but more This will be my last column until the New
often than not, the patient will have a vague Year. I take this time off each year to spend time
ache that cannot be pinpointed. The typical fix with my family and friends. I wish each and
for something like this is to surgically reposition every one of you a blessed holiday season.
the bone and gum level as it was meant to be.
Sensitivity to tapping: The sensitivity to tap-
ping is usually associated with a bone abscess. Dr. Frank Vascimini is a Homosassa dentist
This patient had no visible abscess on the X-ray, Send your questions to 4805 S. Suncoast Blvd.,
but that does not mean one is not forming that Homosassa 34446 or e-mail them to him at
we cannot see. Another thing that is common info@masterpiecedentalstudio.com.


Women's Cancer Support Group

learns about Medicare Part D


e have all read articles Medical Colleges' and was
recently about the recently published in one of my
medical legal debate journals. It has some interesting
that goes on in Florida and how facts and tidbits that I thought I
it affects medical care. would make public.
No matter what The average grad-
side of the argument .I uating medical stu-
you are on, we still dent owes more than
all need proper med- $115,000 by the time
ical care. And there I he or she leaves
is another factor that '" medical school, and
is little-known to the we all know that is
general public that not the end of train-
affectsthe amount of ing. From medical
doctors who are pro- A school, you go to a
duced to take care of Dr. Denis Grillo residency, which can
our mothers, fathers, last up to sik years.
sisters, brothers, EAR, NOSE When comparing
wives and kids. & THROAT premedical educa-
That fact is the tion and medical
cost of a medical education. R school education, premed costs
Florida has'a wonderful Sys- abofit 10 percent ofwh.at it costs
tem for its high school kids thr to go .to medical Ib school.
the first four years of college, Graduates from medical school
which is called your premedical have significant debt wl en they
education. If you have good graduate. Eighty-five percent of
grades, there are Sunshine graduating students have some
scholarships to help you get debt to repay. The most common
through school. form of debt is loans they have
Medical school, which is con- taken out through their years of
sidered graduate school, or the study, and the loan burden has
period after, the .initial four risen from 45 percent of the
years of college, is not covered class requiring to take loans out,
by Sunshine scholarships and is to nowadays where 60 percent
far more costly. of the class requires a loan to get
The following information is through their education.
available and was published by Scholarships are available,
The American Academy of but they only cover one-quarter


of the cost of tuition.
Tuition in medical school
itself has become a problem. It
has risen more than 150 percent
at private medical colleges and
more than 300 percent in public
medical schools.
Indebtedness for living
expenses has outstripped the
increase of medical school
tuition. The latest compiled sta-
tistics from 2004 suggest that the
average graduating medical stu-
dent has to pay approximately
$1,200 a month against his or her
indebtedness.
That, coupled with the med-
ical malpractice that exists in
our state and, for that matter, the
rest of the country, would now
dissuade young, talented people
from seeking positions in med-
ical school.
Ultimately, the pursuit of a
medical degree is a very diffi-
cult and personal decision. One
has to be very focused. I certain-
ly hope there is an up-and-com-
ing generation who will be
around to help this aging baby-
boomer and many others who
are likely to need their services.

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


Health NOTES


Information line
The Citrus County Health De-
partment (CCHD) has a new toll-
free information line, (877) 746-
3248. A menu of choices will be
offered; Current Events or Hot
Topic press 1, Hours of Operation
or Office locations press 2, Health
Education Classes or Support
Groups press 3, Employees calling
the connect line press 4. The
CCHD Web address www.
citruscoufityhealth.org and the
Community Resource number 211
will also be provided. Call Judith
Tear at 527-0068, Ext. 271.
Open house
Local Jazzercise instructors
Trina Murphy, Jennifer McLendon
and Nikki Ferarri will teach a spe-
cial 60-minute Jazzercise class 6t
5:45 p.m. today at the Crystal Glen
Clubhouse in Lecanto.
Call Jennifer McLendon at 634-
3874 or check out www.
citruscountyjazzercise.com.
Healthy eating
Diet is an important part of a
healthy lifestyle. Join us for "Heart-
Healthy Eating" from 2 to 4 p.m.
Wednesday in the CMH Auditor-
ium, on the comer of Grace Street
and Osceola Avenue, Invemess.
This program is repeated every
month by dietitian Penny Davis,
R.D., L.D., who will discuss the
right way to eat to improve your
health and prevent heart disease.
The program is free of charge
and open to the public. Registra-
tion 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.


Managing diabetes
Diabetes classes are offered
from 9 to 10 a.m. Monday at the
Citrus County Health Department
in Lecanto. Classes are free. No
registration is required. ,
Jan. 23 What is diabetes?
Jan. 30 Meal planning.
Feb. 6 More about meal plans.
Feb. 13 Medications and moni-
toring.
Feb. 20 Sick days.
Feb. 27 Avoiding complications.
SFasting blood sugars are offered
from 8 to 9 a.m. Monday through
Friday in all three Citrus County
Health Department sites. There is
a $10 fee. No appointment is nec-
essary. Call Lynece Hand, R.N.,
795-6233, Ext. 240 or Carol Burke,
R.D., 726-5222.

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NANCY A. ROGERS,
R.N., OCN
Special to the Chronicle
The monthly meeting of the
Women's Cancer Support
Group was held at the Cancer
and Blood Disease Center in
Lecanto with V Upender Rao,
M.D., FACP, leading the discus-
sion.
Nancy and Ron Dunwoodie,
licensed insurance agents,
spoke about Medicare Part D,
which seemed to be confusing
some of participants. Starting
Jan. 1, 2006, Medicare will pro-
vide prescription drug cover-
age that will make it easier for
everyone with Medicare to pay
for the drugs they need to stay
healthy. Everyone with
Medicare can choose to enroll
in this voluntary drug coverage
program regardless of their
income, health or how they are
paying for their prescription
drugs at this time.
Because there are many
plans available to choose from,

Speaker available

Special to the Chronicle
Sherri King, PTA, clinic man-
ager of Sports & Orthopedic
Rehab is available, free of
charge, as a guest speaker for
civic groups, support groups,
churches, schools and corpora-
tions. Topics could include
physical therapy intervention
for balance disorders/fall pre-
vention, treatment for dizzi-
ness, proper body mechanics to
help reduce neck/back injuries,
osteoporosis and general con-
ditioning. Call 341-3740.


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some of us were asking for help
in how to make that decision.
Nancy gave information about
the different plans that offer
prescription drugs in our area.
She also told us we can call
(800) MEDICARE (633-4227) or
visit www.medicare.gov to get
information that is tailored just
for you. She advised us once
we have the information about
the plans that are available to
us, compare the plans.
Nancy showed us how to
make a simple chart to help
compare one plan to another.
Some of the items she suggest-
ed we may want to compare
are the monthly premium,
'deductible, what percentage
you pay for-co-insurance and
what amount you pay for co-'
payments. She said it is impor-
tant not to base your decision
only on the cost of the premi-
um.,
You should also compare for-
mularies to see whether the
drugs you take are covered by
the plan and where the plan's


network pharmacies are locat-
ed. Also, some of the pharma-
cies have a mail order plan
that may be very helpful. Be
sure to have a list of the med-
ications you are currently tak-
ing to help make a decision
about which plan will work
best for you.
Because the program was so
well received, we decided to
ask her to repeat the program
for our other patients and their
families who might need addi-
tional information about
Medicare Part D.
The next meeting of the
Women's Cancer Support
Group will be at 3 p.m. Monday,
Jan. 9. Christine Martensson,
licensed cl in ical social worker,
will be the-guest speaker All
women who have been diag-
nosed with either breast or
ovarian cancer are invited to
attend, whether or not you are
on treatment at this time. Call
the Cancer & Blood Disease
Center, 746-0707, for informa-
tion.


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Saline rinse can help with sinus conditions DODGE
Continued from Page 1C


SCan a nasal irrigation
S using saltwater help
S with allergy and sinus
problems?
A: A nasal saline (saltwater)
'rinse or wash, if properly used,
,may be helpful for a number of
'conditions such as sinusitis,
-rhinitis, allergies or post-nasal
:drip. The nose acts to warm, h
'moisten and clean air before it chard
enters the lungs. The bones of ASK
-the face around the nose con- PHARf
-tain hollow spaces called
paranasal sinuses, which
-reduce the weight of the facial bones while
'maintaining bone strength and shape.
These air-filled spaces of the nose and
sinuses also humidify and warm the air,
'add to the sense of smell and play a signif-
'icant role in the quality of human sound.
SThe sinuses are lined with cells that
produce mucus and have tiny hair-like
projections called cilia that help to
'remove foreign particles into the nasal
cavity through small openings called ostia.
"The average adult produces about 1 quart
-of mucus in their sinuses daily, which


serve to keep the nose and
sinuses moist and to trap
inhaled irritants. As long as the
mucus is thin and watery, it will
flow easily along its course and
eventually be swallowed.
However, mucus that becomes
thick can remain in the sinuses
or nose leading to congestion,
headache, post-nasal drip and
cough. Mucus that remains
stagnant also provides an
opportunity for infection.
Some of the causes of thick-
ened mucus in the nose and


sinuses include colds, the flu, allergies,
pollution or dry air. Nasal rinses or wash-
es with saline solution can help to cleanse
the sinuses and keep them moist. Saline
rinses/washes can aid in washing away
thickened mucus, allergy causing parti-
cles and irritants, such as pollens, dust
particles, pollutants and bacteria. It
should be noted, however, that the mucus
membranes that line the nose and sinuses
are sensitive and delicate. Therefore, only
properly prepared saline solutions should
be used for this purpose.


Two nonprescription, preservative-free
saline rinse/wash products that contain
pre-measured packets of ingredients to
prepare a proper saline solution are Sinus
Rinse and SinuCleanse. Both of these
products can be found at many pharma-
cies nationwide or can be obtained online:
Sinus Rinse www.sinusrinse.com, (877)
477-8633; SinuCleanse www.sinucle-
anse.com, (888) 547-5492.
Sinus Rinse uses a plastic squeeze bot-
tle to administer the saline rinse, while
SinuCleanse uses a plastic nasal washing
pot known as a neti-pot. A starter kit of
these products, which includes an admin-
istration device, costs about $15.
If you use these products, please make
sure that you read and follow all instruc-
tions carefully. These products should not
be used in certain situations, so be sure to
contact your physician and pharmacist for
further advice.
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Richard Hoffmann has practiced
pharmacy for more than 20 years. Send
questions to him at 1135 N. Timucuan
Trail, Inverness, FL 34453.


The heart has its own nerv-
ous system that works with the
brain and yet operates inde-
pendently of it in striking ways.
It also sends messages to
the brain and the rest of the
body by way of cardiac hor-
mones, pressure waves and
electromagnetic fields.
Heart rhythm has a major
influence on brain rhythm and
function.
The heart's rhythm is modi-
fied by emotions. Feelings of
anger, fear and distress cause
the heart to beat in a rather
chaotic fashion.
By contrast, feelings of love
and appreciation lead to a
coherent rhythm that affects
the body and the brain in pro-
found ways, improving their
efficiency greatly
The amazing, but in-
escapable, conclusion from all


available data is that the heart
has a unique kind of holistic
wisdom that differs from the
rational intellect of the brain.
Yet our brains are able to
override the intuition of our
hearts, and as a result, we
often fail to tap into this rich
source of wisdom.
Real love is gentle, but does
it have genuine power?
Perhaps Teilhard de
Chardin, famed Jesuit scien-
tist, said it best: "Someday,
after mastering winds, waves,
tides and gravity, we shall har-
ness the energy of love, and for
the second time in the history
of the world, man will have dis-
covered fire."
When people link hands and
hearts to sing, "Let peace begin
with me," they exert a strong
universal force for good the
spirit of peace and love!
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Dr. Ed Dodge is a retired
Inverness physician.
Visit his Web site,
www.passionforhealth.info.


NOTES
Continued from Page 2C
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Coping with cancer during holidays GANDHI
Continued from Page 1C


P people going
through can-
cer treat-
ments need to take
special care of
themselves through
the holidays, which
can be stressful
even in the best of
times. I often tell my
patients to use their Dr. C.
treatment as per- Ben
mission to be sane AMEF
during the holidays, CAN
to take a break from SOC
the normal holiday
routine, and try to
enjoy themselves. The follow-
ing suggestions aim to help
people with cancer preserve
their energy, capture a little
holiday joy and deepen their
personal relationships.
First of all, set lower expec-
tations for this holiday season.
Don't worry about decorating
the house, baking or buying
gifts for everyone in your life.
Remind yourself that this is
temporary. For a short period,
you can relax, and it's OK With
that in mind, let other people


do things for you.
Delegate tasks and
errands to others,
many of whom may
be looking for a way
to help you during
this trying time in
your life. And,
always remember to
rest each day. Many
people experience
fatigue during can-
cer treatment and
need to find the
right balance of rest
and activities.
It's also OK to


allow yourself some depres-
sion, some pity, but then pick
yourself up and go on. Many of
my patients have a pity party
for a day or two, and that is OK,
but too long, such as two weeks,
could be a sign of clinical
depression. The rate of depres-
sion among cancer patients is
15 percent to 24 percent, about
twice that in the general popu-
lation. So if a person in treat-
ment doesn't care about getting
out of bed, or is physically
unable to get up, it could be


clinical depression rather than
fatigue, and should be dis-
cussed with a doctor.
Decide not to isolate yourself
during the holiday. Find a way
to be festive, such as choosing a
few close friends for a small,
manageable dinner party.
Make it a potluck supper
where everyone brings a dish,
so you won't have to do all the
work And make no apologies if
you need to retire early or skip
a gathering that will be trying,
such as one with hyper grand-
children. Do so without regret
or an elaborate explanation.
Simply saying "I don't feel up
to it" should be all the explana-
tion needed.
Food doesn't taste right to
many people in treatment, and
rich, holiday dishes can inten-
sify feelings of nausea. Focus
on family, friends and spiritual-
ity now and look forward to
enjoying meals at the next hol-
iday, when treatment will be
finished. Eventually, the taste
will come back People around
the cancer patient always want
to feed that person. Food rep-


resents life and celebration.
But love and friendship can
easily be the main holiday
focus for people with cancer.
And finally, don't center the
holiday around your cancer
Others may need to help the
person in treatment see past
his or her illness to capture the
joy and excitement of the holi-
days.
While it is impossible to
ignore the fact that you are
dealing with cancer, it does not
have to be the main course of
the entire holiday season. State
your intentions to enjoy the
moment, and look forward to a
better holiday next year

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 Executive
Committee of the Florida
Division of the American
Cancer Society. E-mail him at
cjbennett@rboi.org.


G RP the Citrus Cancer Support Group Christmas Social. Support Group, sponsored by The
G O U S from 4:30 to 6 p.m. the third Light refreshments are provided Cottages of Gentle Breeze, 9416
Tuesday monthly in the Cafeteria at the meetings. Call 344-6596, N. Gentle Breeze Loop, Citrus
Continued from Page 3C Meeting Room. These meetings Carol at 344-6436, or Virginia at Springs, 11 a.m. Call (352) 489-
meeting January 2006. are open to any diagnosed cancer 726-1551, Ext. 2235. 5539 to reserve onsite respite serv-
Call to register at 341-4778. patient, family and friends, plus E Citrus Caregiver Support ices. Refreshments will be provid-
Cancer support group interested community members. Groups ed.
Citrus Memorial Hospital hosts Today's program will be a Wednesday: Family Caregiver Call Sandra at (800) 717-3277.

SC APA DES for a shallow open water dive, followed by tryout scuba gear in a pool or shallow dive
three or four deeper dives, always closely to find out if they like it The cost is about
assisted by able instructors. $100, while certification usually costs
Continued from Page 1C In Citrus County, the open water dives around $250.
are usually done in local spring-fed It is the most exhilarating experience to
nals. Students practice important, but not waters, which stay at 72 degrees year float, breathing easily underwater, watch-
difficult, skills such as clearing water from round no matter what the weather ing fish swim through your bubbles, with
their masks, using their spare regulators, Most dive shops in Citrus County that no pressure to rush back to the surface. It
and removing and replacing their gear teach scuba diving also offer a "Discover is like a trip to outer space without the
while under water. After this, students go Scuba" type of course. It allows people to rocket.


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indicates that its coverage is
approved as credible, meaning


no penalty.
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and cabbage, soy and other
legumes and nutrients common-
ly found in all of them reduce
the risk of prostate cancer. The
most likely reason is that they
provide antioxidant protection
against cell damage and DNA.
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tomatoes is the best quencher
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tomatoes may be a little better
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which also (include Brussels
sprouts, bok choy and kale, are
rich in the chemicals called
phytochemicals. These can
induce antioxidant enzymes to
fight cell damage caused by free
radicals. These vegetables also
help in fighting against many
other cancers, too. So it is advis-
able to eat five servings of these
vegetables a day.
I will continue this article
next week and also report some
diet and nutrients that can actu-
ally increase the risk of getting
prostate cancer
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"Harry Potter & the Goblet of
Fire" (PG-13) Noon, 3:45 p.m., 7
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10:30 p.m. Digital.
"Aeon Flux" (PG-13) 11:45
a.m., 2:35 p.m., 5 p.m., 7:50 p.m.,
10:10 p.m.
"Yours, Mine & Ours" (PG).
12:10 p.m., 2:30 p.m., 4:45 p.m.,
7 p.m., 9:55 p.m.
"Walk the Line" (PG-13)
12:40 p.m., 4:15 p.m., 7:25 p.m.,
10:35 p.m.
"Harry Potter & the Goblet of
Fire" (PG-13) 12:30 p.m., 3:50
p.m., 7:10 p.m., 10:20 p.m.
Digital.
Visit www.chronicleonline.com
for area movie listings and
entertainment information.


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Your Birthday: The conditions that affect your work
and those that have an influence on your social life will
be improving considerably for you in the year ahead.
Much of the reason will be due to your cheerful spirit.
Sagittarius (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) People you deal
with today will realize that your interest in them is deep
and sincere, and because of this you'll make a bigger
hit with them than those whose duty it is to please you.
Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) It's a good day to
decorate your surroundings or do some gift-wrapping.
You could beautify anything you touch today.
Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) When it comes to
important matters, don't waste your time trying to go
through intermediaries who really haven't the authority
to help you. Go straight to the top.
Pisces (Feb. 20-March 20) If you put yourself out
a bit today and be more solicitous of those who are
working on your behalf, your kindness will inspire them
to do a better job for you.
Aries (March 21-April 19) Although you may
have had a few rough knocks to contend with lately,
your ability to treat life philosophically rather than emo-
tionally will move you right past any barriers today.
Taurus (April 20-May 20) You are much more in


touch today with the issues concerning your family than
anyone might realize.
Gemini (May 21-June 20) Nothing pleases you
more than getting involved in group activities with ami-
cable friends, and today could be just such a time for
you.
Cancer (June 21-July 22) Respond willingly
today if people ask you to do a little something extra for
them. Even though the rewards may not be immediate,
what you gain down the line will be vast.
Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) The holiday spirit could be
in full swing today, so if you have some business to
conduct, it might prove wise to plan your meeting in
pleasurable surroundings where giving is in the air.
Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Nothing will give you
more pleasure today than doing things that would make
those you love happy and secure.
Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) Bright rays of sunshine
will begin to pierce your life today, which previously
might have looked a bit bleak.
Scorpio (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) Some kind of material
reward could be in the offing for you today. It might be
a raise or bonus for a job well done or simply the bread-
and-butter variety for good services rendered.


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looking for companion
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CARING, ATTRACTIVE,
loyal Christian lady with
sense of humor & family
values. Seeking a hon-
est gentleman friend
57+ Reply Blind Box
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St., Inverness, FL 34450




** FREE SERVICE**
Cars/Trucks/Metal
Removed FREE. No title
OK 352-476-4392 Andy
Tax Deductible Receipt
I Roster, 5 Hens,
Electric, Golf Cart,
needs work.
(352) 341-6295
2 Dogs, free to good
home, 1 -3 yr. old F. 1 8
mo. old M, brother &
sister (352) 628-5704
COMMUNITY SERVICE
The Path Shelter is
available for people
who need to serve
their community
service.
(352) 527-6500 or
(352) 746-9084
Leave Message
FREE GROUP
COUNSELING
Depression/ Anxiety
(352) 637-3196 or
628-3831


I CAT ADOPTIONS


SpMd P op i HlHing A.n-ia
CAT ADOPTIONS
There will be kitties
ready all days of the
week but
Sunday & Monday.
Come find your new
best friend.
Some of the cats are
older and were
rescued from abuse.
Come see the
Cats & Kitties
Tuesday thru Saturday
at the Manchester
Clinic on 44 in Crystal
River. 2 blocks west of
the Key Center.,
Look for the white
building with the paw
prints. We will have a
joined adoption with
Home at Last on
December 17, 2005

352-563-2370


FREE CATS TO
GOOD HOME
Female 6 toe and Male
fluffy, both fixed. Separate
or together, call 697-0125


2 yr. old neutered
black lab. Current on
vaccines & heartguard.
(352) 344-2324
FREE REMOVAL OF
Mowers, motorcycles,
Cars. ATV's. jet ski's,
3 wheelers, 628-2084
KITTENS PURRFECT PETS
spayed, neutered,
ready for permanent
loving homes. Available
at Eileen's Foster Care
(352) 341-4125


www.adopta
rescued ae.com

Requested donations
are tax deductible

Young Calico mom &
2 kittens 628-4200
Variety of ages and
colors 746-6186
Persian Cream M 2yrs;
Siamese 8yrs F
declawed 527-9050
Long Furred Litter
mates M&F lyr
586-6380

Catahoula leopard
Mix young adult F;
Jack Russell M lyr;
527-9050-, .
Catahoula leopard
Kerr F 21/2 yrs only
pet fenced yard
795-1957
Chihuahua F 8yrs
341-2436
Lab mix puppies 2M &
2F 352-465-7467
Adoptive homes
available for small
dogs & puppies.
Wanted poodles &
small dogs suitable for
seniors 527-9050 or
341-2436
All pets are spayed /
neutered, cats tested
for leukemia/aids,
dogs are tested for
heart worm and all
shots are current.




HOLIDAY SPECIALS
KEYWEST Jumbo Shrimp
13-15ct. $5b; 16-20ct
$4.501lb. 352-795-4770


LOST BLACK LAB
3 yr. old, male, answers
to "Duke" Marvin St.,
Floral City area
Reward (352) 344-0953

LOST Shelly, BIk. & Wht.
(Sm. Collie) in Equestri-
an Area of Pineridge
answers to name of
Tara, large reward
(352) 586-8589, Cell
(352) 746-0024




FOUND FEMALE SIAMESE
front claws are out
Floral City area
(352) 726-5715



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Bankruptcy
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106 W. MAIN ST.
courthouse Sq. next
to Angelo's Pizzeria
Mon-Fri 8:30a-5p
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Tutoring Avail. Exp.
Retired Educator.
Current FL Teacher
Certif. Inv.201-0792


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




ATTRACTIVE SWF
seeking male
companion. Candi,
352-628-1036




HOLIDAY SPECIAL S
KEYWEST Jumbo Shrimop
13-15ct. $51b;16-20ct
$4.50lb. 352-795-4770




PRE-SCHOOL
TEACHER POSITIONS
F/T & P/T. Exp. req.
Today's Child.
352-344-9444




F/T RECEPTIONIST
SECRETARY
For Inverness Law
Office. specializing in
Wills, Trusts
and Probate.
Good phone
communication
and clerical skills,.
Fax Resume to:
(352) 726-3180


JOBS GALORE!!!
www.AAA
EMPLOYMENT.NET

ON-SITE Closing
Coordinator &
Receptionist
needed for fast
paced NEW
CONSTRUCTION
CONDO sales office
In Crystal River.
Immed. opening.
Ability to multi-task.
Strong Microsoft
Office and.computer
skills a MUST. Real
Estate experience a
plus, but not req'd.
Fax resumes to
813.920.3604.
www.lifestylesrealtors.
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RECEPTIONIST
Immediate opportuni-
ty for a part-time
receptionist at busy
and growing auto
dealership. Great
working conditions.
Hours are 8-6 Sat.,
11-3 Sunday.
Apply in person
Monday through
Friday, 8 -5 p.m.,
ask for Penny.


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1275 S. Suncoast Blvdl
(US 19) Homosassa
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COSMETOLOGIST &
NAIL TECH
Full & Part time.
(352) 628-5200
EXP. BEAUTICIANS
& NAIL TECHS
For new Salon In Crystal
River. (352) 586-0745

NOW ENROLLING

Bene's International
School of Beauty,
Barber & Massage
Therapy
is enrolling in the
following classes:
Hair Sytlist
Jan.24,2006
Nail Tech
Jan. 31,2006
Barber
Jan. 24,2006
Skin Care
Jan. 31,2006
Massage Therapy
Jan. 21,2006
Admissions will be
open Monday Jan, 2,
2006.
Serving Tampa Bay
for 30 Years!
Day, Evening &
Weekend Classes.
Accredited by
NACCAS.
Financial Aid
(if Qualified).
Call Mrs. Martin
1-866-724-2363
7127 U.S. Hwy. 19
New Port Richey, FL
34652





Back Office Help
Busy Medical Office
looking for Back
Office person who is
willing to take vitals &
give injections. Apply
to Citrus Co.
Chonicle, 1624 N.
Meadowcrest Blvd.,
Crystal River, FL 34429
Blind Box #921M

CNA's
If you are ready to
brighten up your
career, join our
caring, dedicated
team,
We now have an
opening on 3/11
and 11/7.
*Full-time
*Competitive wages
*Pay for experience
Shift Differential
*Bonuses
*Tuition
Reimbursement
.401K/Health/
Dental/Vision
Apply in person
Arbor Trail Rehab
611 Turner Camp Rd
Inverness, FL
EOE


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SCNA'S F/T
3-11

Shift differential.
Bonuses abundant
Highest paid in
Citrus County.
Join our team,
Cypress Cove
Care Center
(352) 795-8832
























COOK
Avante at Inverness,
a skilled nursing
facility is accepting
applications for a
fulltime Cook.
Previous experience
is preferred. Excellent
wages and benefits.
Please apply at:
304 S. Citrus Ave.,
Inverness or
352-637-0333 or
mail to
tcypret@avant



group.com
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(352) 795-5044

DENTAL FRONT DESK
prDunellon. Excellent pay








& benefit package.
Fax Resumes to:
(352) 489-8462






Experienced

Supervisor

Long term care
experience preferred,
Must have
knowledge of small
equipment repair,
electrical, plumbing
and basic building
maintenance.
Apply in person at:

SURREY PLACE
OF LECANTO
2730 W. Marc
Knighton Court,

EXPERIENCED
NURSE
For multi surgical
group, great atmos-
phere, with good
benefits. Respond to:
PO Box 957, Inverness
Florida 34451



RN
SUPERVISOR
& NURSES
CRYSTAL RIVER
HEALTH AND
REHABILITATION
YOUR VERIFIABLE
EXPERIENCE COUNTS
WITH US!

RN Supervisor
Weekends
0 FT Evening
Nurse
PT Nights Nurse

Competitive Health/
Dental Benefits
COME JOIN OUR
TEAM
Contact Connie
or apply at I
136 NE 12th Ave.
(352) 795-5044
Fax (352) 795-5848
DFWP EOE


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

Housekeeping
/Laundry
Supervisor FT

In long term care
facility. Management
experience helpful.
Apply in person at:

SURREY PLACE
OF LECANTO
2730 W. Marc
Knighton Court,














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Centers
of America
Maintenance
Assistant
FT Experienced
LTC facility needs an
experienced Assistant
for the Plant
Maintenance
Department.
Visit us at:
3325 W. Jerwayne
Lane, Lecanto FL
34461. EOEDFWP

MEDICAL ASSIST.

Full time position for
front/back office for
new FP/sports med
office by CMH. Fax
resume. 352-726-2808





















RN's/LPN's
NEW VISIT RATES
BEST RATES IN
TOWN

Looking for extra $ for
The Holidays?

A+ Healthcare
Home Health
(352) 564-2700



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Cypress Creek
Juvenile Offender
Correctional Center,
a residential program
maximum risk males
committed to the
Dept of Juvenile
Academic Teachers
in Math, English,
Social Studies,
Science, ESE and
Vocational.
Academic teachers
must have Bachelors
Degree, if degrees
are out of Academic
field, teacher will be
required to take and
pass test in the area.
Vocational Teachers
must have High
School diploma and
6 years experience in
Carpentry, Plumbing,
Automotive Service,
or electrical work
Make a difference in
a teen's life.
Apply in person at
Cypress Creek
2855 W Woodland
Ridge Dr.
Lecanto FL 34461


HERE WE GROW
AGAIN
Montgomery/Patco
has job openings
on the following
positions.
-Accounting/
Bookkeeping
*Payroll
*Accounts Payable
*Accounts
Receivable
*Billing
*Human Resources
*Mechanics
*Welders
*And many more.
We are a very strong
company. That has
been around
since 1955.
We have available
*Health Insurance
*401K
*Profit Sharing
*Paid Holidays
*Sick and Vacation
Time
We are looking for
Long Term ,
Experienced
Professionals
Please send resume
to: P.O. Box 1069
Coleman, FL 33521
Or fax it to
352-748-6636

Securitas Security
Services Inc.
the largest Security
provider in the world,
is currently hiring for
Security Officers for
the Crystal River site
located at the
Progress Energy
Nuclear Facility in the
Citrus County area.
If you enjoy working
in a physically
demanding,
professional
environment, have
excellent customer
service skills, and are
dedicated to doing a
great job. this may be
the opportunity for
you!
Minimum
Requirements:
> Reliable
transportation
> Eligible to work in.
the U.S. 0 21 years
of age or older
> High School
Diploma or G.E.D..
> Good written and
verbal communi-
cation skills
SMilitary
background or
previous Security
experience is
preferred, but
NO EXPERIENCE
NEEDED.
> Willing to submit to
background
procedures
including drug
screen and back
ground check.
ALL APPLICANTS ARE
WELCOME.
To learn more about
Securitas Security
Services Inc. in your
area, visit us at
www.cr3securitv.net
Beginning rates of
pay are as follows:
While in training
$8.80 per hour -
Once certified by
CR3 standards and
the State of Florida
rate then increases to
$13.25 per hour,
ALL interested
applicants please fax
your resumes to
(352) 563-4506, we will
be accepting
resumes until the first
week in January, and
selected applicants
will begin class the
week of January 16th.
Thank you for your
interest.




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SCHOOL, INC.
(352)795-0060

SITE MANAGER
For 85 Unit Family
Rental Complex in
Crystal River. Mgr
must have good
office skills, computer
literacy and light
bookkeeping
needed.
Must be bondable.
Send resume to:
Pelican Bay Apts.
PO Box 10293
Clearwater, Fl
33757
Fax (727) 447-2252
Equal Employment
Opportunity




ALL POSITIONS
Apply 9;30am-11am
La Luna Italian Rest.
859 U.S. Hwy. 41-S,
Inverness .,,
ALL POSITIONS
New restaurant in
Homosassa next to
Kash & Karry
opening soon.
Apply in person
Noon 5 p.m

APPLEBEE'S

Crystal River &
Inverness now
hiring ALL POSITIONS
Apply in person,
Between 2-4
NO CALLS PLEASE.

BAKERY HELP
& PKG & DELIVERY
EARLY MORNINGS
Apply Monday Friday
before 10am at
211 N. Pine Ave.., Inv
COOKS NEEDED

Scampi's Restaurant
(352) 564-2030
Sous Chef &
Receptionist
Exp. req. Vandervalk
Restaurant
352-400-2138




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

REAL ESTATE CAREER
| Sales Lic. Class I
S$249.Start 1/10/06
I CITRUS REAL ESTATE I
SCHOOL, INC.
(352)795-0060
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SALES
Exp, outside sales, or
Insurance Sales for the
the right person salary
+ commissions 6 mos.
training $100.k +
potential first year
call Jill, and Fax resume
to: 352-795-9688
For interview
SALES AGENTS

Wanted. High energy
outgoing real estate
sales professionals for
fast paced NEW
CONSTRUCTION
CONDO sales in
Crystal River. Week-
end work required.
Please fax resumes to
813.920.3604
aftn: Destiny.
www.lifestylesrealtors.
com





$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
LCT WANTS YOU!!
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
Immediate
processing for OTR
drivers, solos or
teams, CDLA/Haz.
required Great
benefits
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:AC INSTALLERS
*SERVICE TECHS
*HELPERS
FREE Health Ins.
401K., Company
truck & 2 weeks
paid vacation.
Family Owned
& Operated.
$TOP PAYS$
SENICA AIR
CONDITIONING INC
1803 SE US HWY 19
, Crystal River 34429
L (352) 795-9685
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ALUMINUM
INSTALLERS/
GUTTERS

MUST HAVE CLEAN
DRIVER'S LICENSE
Call:(352) 563-2977


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Auto Body
Technician, Exp.

Must have own tools.
Combination person,
Salary& benefits
ALL PRESTIGE AUTO
352- 795-7000
AUTO MECHANIC/
TECHNICIAN

Mon-Fri. Southside
Automotive
(352)489-5341

Your l.-world -irs
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FRAMERS
Local-Steady
352-302-3362


CERAMIC TILE
INSTALLERS
Experience Required.
Steady work, new
construction,
Apply in person to
The Floor Shoppe,
4070 County Road
124A, Wildwood
Ask for Mike or call
352-748-4811
and make an
appointment


AN EXP. FRAMER &
LABORERS NEEDED
(352) 637-3496

AUTOMOTIVE
DETAILER
Drug Free Workplace
(352) 726-9799

CHET'S SEPTIC

CDL PUMP TRUCK
DRIVER
Apply at: 1101 Middle
School Rd., Inverness
Between 7:30am -
4:00 pm(352)637-1411


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DIAMOND C
TRANSPORT CO.
Company &
Owner Operated
needed, class A, CDL,
hazmat & tanker,
endorsement a plus.
$1,000, sign on bonus,
benefits after 90 days.
Come join our
growing company.
Minorities encour-
aged to apply.
Apply In person,
900 Thomas Ave.,
Leesburg, EOE, DFWP
(352) 728-5361

DRIVERS

Class A & B.
Required, Full time &
Part Time. Local/
Long Distance.
Home most
weekends.
Contact
Dicks Moving Inc.
(352) 621-1220
















Pay depending on exp.
(352) 422-2708
EXPERIENCED
FOREMAN
For Manufactured
Home set up crew.
Acme Homes II Inc
Benefits, bonuses and
overtime.

interview.






(352) 726-9475


EXP. PLASTERERS
& LABORERS

(352) 563-0580
Experienced
Maintenance
Supervisor

Long term care
experience preferred.
Must have
knowledge of small
equipment repair,
electrical, plumbing
and basic building
maintenance.
Apply in person at:

SURREY PLACE
OF LECANTO
2730 W. Marc
Knighton Court,
EXPERIENCED
WOOD FRAMERS
(352) 628-7444
Florida Designer
Cabinets In
Sumterville Has the
Following Openings
EXP. MICA
CABINET LAYOUT
& ESTIMATOR

KITCHEN CABINET
SERVICE TECH
Mica & wood exp.

MICA LAMINATOR


Billing exp. required.
If qualified please call
(352) 793-8555

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


FRAMER & HELPER
For Inverness Area.
(352) 418-2014


DRIVERS *
IMMEDIATE
OPENING
30 + year
manufacturing Co. is
looking for qualified
drivers w/valid Class
"A" CDL and 2 years
minimum
experience.We offer
a competitive benefit
package of Medical
Insurance, 401K, Paid
Vacation & Holiday &
Short Term Disability.
Apply In person at:
Great Southern
Woods
194 C.R. 527-A, Lake
Panasoffkee or Call
Terry at
(800) 868-9410


FRAMERS,
LABORERS &
SHEETERS WANTED
Most tools supplied.
Call Butch
352-398-5916

Housekeeping
/Laundry
Supervisor FT

In long term care
facility. Management
experience helpful.
Apply in person at:

SURREY PLACE
OF LECANTO
2730 W. Marc
Knighton Court,


GM SERVICE
TECH NEEDED
DUE TO
INCREASED
BUSINESS
Good pay & benefits.
Apply at
Johnson's Pontiac Inc.
3029 S Suncoast Blvd.
Homosassa, Fl.
(352) 628-3533

Lathers
Excellent company.
Must have transporta-
tion. (352) 690-7268

MECHANIC
For Tractor Trailer
Shop in Wildwood.
Experience w/TK &
carrier reefers units
helpful. Evening shift
Mon.- Fri. Ask for Paul
or Jim. (352) 748-5500


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serve. Lowest rates Free
estimates,352-860-1452

& TREE SERVICE
352-697-1421 V/MC/D
www.ataxldermlst.com
AFFORDABLE,
I DEPENDABLE, I
A HAULING CLEANUP, n
&.OL PROMPT SERVICE I
: Trashre, Trees, Brush,

S352-6 697-121126 _1
AFORBLETU E
All Tractor & Truck Work,
Deliver/Spread. Clean
., Ups, Lot & Tree Clearing
:, Bush Hog. 302-6955
REAL TREE SURGEONS
: Quality work, Low rates,
Llc&lns. 7830257748
(352) 476-8813
COLEMAN TREE SERVICE
Removal & trim. Lic. Ins.
FREE EST. Lowest rates
Sguarranteed l 344-1102
', DAVID'S ECONOMY
TREE SERVICE, Removal,
S& trim. Ins. AC 24006.
S352-637-0681 220-8621
S DOUBLE J STUMP
GRINDING, Mowing,
Hauling,Cleanup,
Mulch, Dirt. 302-8852



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D's Landscape & Expert
Tree Svce Personalized
design. Cleanups &
Bobcat work. Fill/rock &
Sod: 352-563-0272.
MR. BILL'S TREE SERVICE
No Job Too Big or Small.
limbing & removal,
hauling. 352-220-4393

PAUL'S TREE &
CRAIN SERVICE
Serving All Areas.
Trees Topped,
Trimmed, or
R Removed.
I FREE ESTIMATES.
Licensed & Insured.
1 (352)458-1014
R WRIGHT TREE SERVICE,
tree removal, stump
grind, trim; lns.& Lic
#0256879 352-341-6827
STUMP GRINDING
Lic. & Ins. Free Est.
Billy (BJ) McLaughlin
352-212-6067
STUMPS FOR LE$$
"Quote/sp cheap you
won't'believe it!"
(352) 476-9730



COMPUTER TECH MEDIC
ON SITE REPAIRS
Software & Hardware
issues resolved.
Internet Specialists
(352) 628-6688
Cooler Computers, Inc.
Professional Services
Free Consultation
24/7 (352) 476-8954



VChris Satchell Painting
& Wallcovering.AII 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
352-586-1026637-3632
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
PAINTING
25'yrs. exp. Home main-
tenance, 2 Lic. & Ins
Jimmy 352-212-9067
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
SPOOL BOY SERVICES
I Total Pool Care I
I Acrylic Decking
S352-464-3967







Unique Effects-Painting,
In Bus. since 2000,
Interior/Exterior
17210224487
One Call .To Coat It All


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




BATHTUB REGLAZING
Old tubs & ugly
ceramic tile is restored
to new cond. All colors


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


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


'No Job too Big or too
Small. Housecleaning
to yardwork, anything
in between. Lic#4074
352-257-2096
FLORIDAS BEST CARPET
CLEANING. Holiday
Specials/ Weekends
(352) 794-4112
HOMES & WINDOWS
Serving Citrus County
over 17 years. Kathy
(352) 465-7334




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




COUNTER TOP
Resurfacing & repair. All
types of Handyman
Work. Lic. 28417
(352) 212-7110




LINGS PLUS
Trim & Finish
Contractor. Lic/Ins.
99990003893
(352) 344-1982
(352) 361-7714
ROGERS Construction
Additions, remodels,
new homes. Most home
repairs. 637-4373
CRC 1326872




Screen rms,Carports,
vinyl & acrylic windows,
roof overs & gutters
Lic#2708 (352) 628-0562




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


#1 IN HOME REPAIRS,
paint, press.wash, clean
roof&gutters, clean up,
haul #0169757 344-4409
A HIGHER POWER
Ceiling fans,
Lights, etc.
Lic. #999900022251
422-4308/344-1466
S AFFORDABLE,
S DEPENDABLE
HAULING CLEANUP.
PROMPT SERVICE I
I Trash, Trees, Brush,
Appl. Furn, Const, I
I Debris & Garages |
352-697-1126

Andrew Joehl
Handyman. General
Maintenance/Repairs
Pressure & cleaning.
Lawns, gutters. No job
too small Reliable. Ins
0256271 352-465-9201
COUNTER TOP
Resurfacing & repair. All
types of Handyman
Work. Lic. 28417
(352) 212-7110
EXP'D HANDYMAN All
phases of home repair.
Exc work Honest, relia-
ble, good prices. Ins/Lic
#73490255092, 860-0085
GOT STUFF?
You Call We Haul
CONSIDER IT DONE
Movlng,Cleanouts, &
Handyman Service
Lic. 99990000665
(352) 302-2902
GOT STUFF?
You Call We Haul
CONSIDER IT DONEI
MovlngCleanouts. &
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. 7days 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
No Job too Big or too
Small. Housecleaning
to yardwork, anything
In between. Lic#4074
352-257-2096
Richie's Pressure
Cleaning Service Lic #
99990001664. Call
746-7823 for Free Est.
TACUMSA Contracting
LLC, Room additions,
remodeling, garages.
CBC1253431 & Ins.
352-422-708


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
S AFFORDABLE,
I DEPENDABLE, I
HAULING CLEANUP,
I PROMPT SERVICE I
i Trash, Trees, Brush, l
Appl. Furn, Const, *
i Debris & Garages i
352-697-1126
FAST, FRIENDLY, AND
AFFORDABLE, Clean up,
hauling & yard work
(352) 560-7139
ON SIGHT CLEANUP
M.H. demolition, struc-
ture fire & Const. debris
cleanup (352) 634-0329
SMALL LOCAL MOVES
Appliance pickup, trash
removal, low rates, Sr.
disc. Joe (352) 726-2264
WE MOVE SHEDS
564-0000
YOU CALL.... I'll HAUL
Trash, Furniture & Appl.
Removal. Call Larry,
795-5512 or 726-7022



CARPET FACTORY Direct
Restretch Clean *t
Repair Vinyl Tile *
Wood (352) 341-0909
SHOP AT HOME!
Richard Nabbefeld
Flooring Installer. LLC
Lic./Ins. L05000028013
(352)361-1863


Installations by .
Brian CC2303
We're oly4 i(t# 4 ouv imaglnatin *-'
352-628-7519 "






Siding, Soffit & Fascia, Skirting,
Roofovers, Carports, Screen Roomns,
Decks, Windows, Doors, Additions


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
813-763-3856 Cell




John Gordon Roofing
Reas. Rates. Free est.
Proud to Serve You.
ccc 1325492.
795-7003/800-233-5358




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
CONCRETE WORK.
SIDEWALKS, patios,
driveways, slabs. Free
estimates. Lic, #2000.
Ins. 795-4798.

rPOOLBOY SERVICES
I Total Pool Care I
SAcrylic Decking
e 352-464-3967

RIP RAP SEAWALLS &
CONCRETE WORK
Lic#2699 & Insured.
(352)795-7085/302-0206





A AFFORDABLE,
DEPENDABLE,
HAULING CLEANUP,
PROMPT SERVICE I
I Trash, Trees, Brush, I
Apple. Furn, Const,
Debris & Garages |
352-697-1126

DUKE & DUKE, INC.
Remodeling additions
Lic. # CGC058923
Insured. 341-2675


CERAMIC TILE INSTALLER
Bathroom remodeling,
handicap bathrooms.
Lic/Ins. #2441 795-7241
CUTTING EDGE Ceramic
Tile. Lc. #2713, Insured.
Free Estimates.
(35\ A'22Jono1O


LINGS PLUS
Trim & Finish
Contractor
LIc/Ins.
99990003893
(352) 344-1982
(352) 361-7714
REPAIRS, Wall & ceiling
sprays. Int/Ext Painting
Lic/Ins 73490247757
220-4845




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, Hauliog
& Grading. Fill Dirt,
Rock, Top Soil & Mulch.
Lic. Ins.(352)302-7096
HAULING
All Aspects, Fill Dirt,
Rock, Mulch, etc.
Lic. Ins. (352) 341-0747




AFFORDABLE,
DEPENDABLE,
HAULING CLEANUP,
PROMPT SERVICE I
Trash, Trees, Brush, |
Appl. Furn, Const, I
| Debris & Garages |
352-697-1126

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


D's Landscape & Expert
Tree Svce Personalized
design. Cleanups &
Bobcat work. Fill/rock &
Sod: 352-563-0272




PRO-SCAPES
Complete lawn
service. Spend time
with your Family, not
your lawn. Lic./Ins.
(352) 613-0528
S AFFORDABLE,
DEPENDABLE,
HAULING CLEANUP,
PROMPT SERVICE I
Trash, Trees, Brush,
Appl. Furn, Const,
| Debris & Garages |
352-697-1126
L m m -lm
Bill's Landscaping &
Complete Lawn Service
Mulch, Plants, Shrubs.
Sod, Clean Ups, Trees
Free est. (352) 628-4258
Bruce's Lawn Service
& Clean up.
Call: (352) 637-5331
Cell: (352) 476-5603
DOUBLE J STUMP
GRINDING, Mowing,
Hauling,Cleanup,
Mulch, Dirt. 302-8852
YARD & VACANT LOT
CLEAN. Mulch, Beds,
Hauling, Pressure Wash
John Hall Lawn Maint.
Lis/Ins (352) 344-2429




EML POOLS
Pool cleaning & repair,
Serving Citrus County
32 yrs. Lisc & Ins,
(352) 637-1904
MAVEN Pool Maint.
NEW LOWER WINTER
RATES! Wkly. chemical
& full service avail. Lic.
(352) 726-1674
SPO BOY SERVICES
I Total Pool Care I
Acrylic Decking
352-464-3967
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Seasoned Oak Fire
Wood, Split, $70, 4x7.
Will Deliver.
(352) 344-2696
Dry Oak Firewood
Some split 4" x 8" Free
Oranges & Grapefruit
w/buy. (352) 527-3728
FIREWOOD
Oak, Cherry, Hickory
Mix. Seasoned (352)
726-9476 or 860-2214
Oak Firewood. $100 per
pick-up truck load.
Delivered & Stacked.
(615)904-5190


CRYSTAL PUMP REPAIR
Filters, Jets, Subs, Tanks,
w/ 3yr Warr. Free Est.
(352) 563-1911
WATER PUMP SERVICE
& Repairs on all makes
& models. Lic. Anytime,
344-2556, Richard
+ YUCKY WATER?+
We Will Fix III 90 yrs. exp
Affordable Solutions to
all your water problems.
www.yuckywater.com
464-1170/866-314-9825






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





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


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MASON HELPERS
Exp'd and reliable.
Transportation req'd.
Pay depending
on experience.
352-302-9102
or 352-220-9000
Mechanic Wanted
Must be experienced In
diesel and must have
tools. Apply at SMG,
Crystal River 795-7170,
ask for Steve.
MILL HAND
2nd shift machinist
w/exp.. w/conventional
hodrz, milling machines.
Call Tim at 795-1163












OPERATORS
Pan, Dozer, & Grader
operators needed at
In Wlldwood. Good


Call 352-748-0955
DFWP

AN HBOIRRESRS

Needed Citrus Co.
Work. Trans. provided.
Vacation. 621-1283
(362) 302-0743.
Plywood Sheeters
& Laborers

Needed in Dunnellon





Great Southern Wood
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 Panasofflee,
Fl33538
call Sean 0 Dell
(352) 793-9410
Drug Free Work Placed
EOE
Residential
Front-End Loader
Operator
Must have 2 yrs. exp.
Call (352) 596-6500 or
ae'(352) 279-5201
Residential Grading
Tractor Operator
Must have 2 yrs. exp.
(352) 596-6500 or
(352) 279-5201
SERVICE
ELECTRICIAN/
TROUBLESHOOTER
Motivated self starter
Good driving record
req., Insurance, paid
Sick, Holiday and
Vacation
Apply In person
S&S ELECTRIC
2692 W. Dunnellon Rd.
CR-(488) Dunnellon
352-746-6825
EOE/DFWP
STUCCO LABORERS
& PLASTERERS
(352) 302-5798




AAA EMPLOYMENT
* LIGHT MAINT. $10
MED. ASSIST. $9
DRIVER $10
P/T ASSIST. $8
SR. ADM. ASSIST $12
MED.TRANSC. COM
3rd PartyColl $8+com
PEST TECH TRAINEE $10
Call for Appt. 795-2721
BUDDY'S HOME
FURNISHINGS

Is currently seeking a
Delivery Driver/
Account Manager
Trainee. Must have
clean Cl9ss D license.
Good people skills.
(352) 344-0050 or
Apply In person at
1534 N. Hwy. 41,
Inverness.
EOE DFWP


1LOC TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20 :2005


CDL-DRIVER
Class A, B or C w/
passenger
endorsement.
P/T 20hrs week.
Nursing exp. helpful
Apply at:
Barrington Place
2341 W. Norvell Bryant
Lecanto, Fl

CLEANING PERSON
Part time, Evenings
Homosassa Area:
352- 795-6667

CONSTRUCTION
LABORERS
WANTED

No exp. necessary
Must be 18 or over,
Transportation
preferred, Call for
Interview, 860-2055

DAIRY HELP

Exp. milker/feeder In
Lecanto, Call Leon.
(352) 634-4524

DELI CLERK
Full-time & Part-time
Experienced only
Busy Workplace
Apply between
2-4 pm, Man-Sat,
Ferrara's Dell
3927 N. Lecanto Hwy.
Beverly Hills, FL
(352) 746-3354

DIETARY
POSITIONS
AVAILABLE
Must be able to work
flexible hours, am, pm
shifts, some cooking
exp. helpful but will
train right person. '
Only hard working
serious- minded
persons need apply.
Apply at: .
Cypress Cove
Care Center
700 SE 8th Avenue
Crystal River, FL 34429
EOE/DFWP





DISTRICT
MANAGER

Hours include
Weekends, Late
nights & Early
Mornings. This position
Is responsible for the
coordination of
delivery and service
of the Citrus County
Chronicle and other
carrier delivered
products within
an assigned
geographical area.
These responsibilities
Include recruitment,
orientation and
maintenance of all
Independent Delivery,
Agents. Exceptional
customer service,
organizational and
managerial skills
required. Excellent
opportunity for
management
position with an
excellent benefits
package.
Please Apply at the
Citrus County
Chronicle
1624 N. Meadowcrest
Blvd. Crystal River,
FL 34429
EOE
Qualified Applicants
must under go drug
screening.


FULL TIME
.PRESS HELPER



The Citrus County
Chronicle
is currently accepting
applications for a full
time night shift press
helper. No
experience
necessary. Duties
Include helping with
the set up of our 16
unit Goss Community
press, stacking
newspapers and
general clean up.
Apply in person
Citrus County
Chronicle
1624 N. Meadowcrest
Blvd., Crystal River
Fla. 34429
Fax: 352-563-5665
EOE-Drug Screening
for final applicant


Delivery Driver


General
Help
Cm I


CASHIER
With bookkeep,,i n g
exp. for fast paced
business. Top pay for
top exp. 352-302-5840
Ask for Steve


P/TMAINTENANCE
PERSON

Apply at Best Western
Citrus Hills Lodge

Substitute

%089


Part-timeI


For Ocala, CLW, Tampa
areas. Class D LIc., local
ref., $10-12/hr., Benefits
2541 W Dunnellon Rd
Exp. Horsefeeder
with reliable trans. to
Lecanto. Lv. detailed
msg. (352) 628-7084
























JOBS GALOREIII
www.AAA
EMPLOYMENT.NET
OFFICE ASSISTANT
For Home Bullder
Must be take charge
Individual- 40 hour
work week.
Construction
experience helpful.
Organizational &
Customer Service
skills a must.
Fax Resume
352-637-4141
PART-TIME
SCHOOL CROSS-
ING GUARD
The Crystal River Police
Department is accepting
applications for Part-time
school crossing guards.
The starting wage is up to
$12.00 per hour. Appli-
cants can apply at City
Hall, located at 123 NW
Highway 19, in Crystal
River, M-F, from 9:00am
to 4:30pm
Pianist
For Fundamental
Baptist Church. Also
need Music Director/
Song Leader.
(352) 628-4793
PRO-SHOP
HELP WANTED
Golf exp. necessary.
Apply in person.
D/F/W/P EOE
El Diablo G6lf &
Country Club.
No Phone Calls
SRAL ESTATE CAREER

$249. Start 1/10/06
CITRUS REAL ESTATE
I SCHOOL, INC. S

(352)795-0060

SECURITY
OFFICERS
Class D License
Required. Local.
352-726-1551 Ext 1313
Call btw. 7am -3pm,
WANTED
DIRECT CARE STAFF
To provide care for a
developmentally
disabled individ ual In
Floral City. Contact
Rick at 465-3551
WE BUY HOUSES
Ca$Sh.......Fast I
352-637-2973
lhomesold.com




OFFICE
ASSISTANT

General
Office Duties
Include Answering
Phone, Clerical, Filing,
Faxing & Computer
Work. Must Be A
Good People Person,
Able To Multi-Task, &
Have Computer Skills.
Good Speller &
Attention To Detail
Very Important.
20 To 25 Hours/Week
EOE DFWP
Qualified Applicants
Must Under Go
Drug Screening.
E-MAIL RESUnME
With Resume
In The
Subject Line
marks@
chronicleonline.
corna
OR
FAX RESUME
352-489-6593


"LIVE AUCTIONS"
www.charliefudge.com
For Upcoming Auctions
1-800-542-3877
2 Hand Made Quilts
70 x 91
89 x 78
$195. both
(352) 563-2691


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Dept. 56 -
Dickens Village
19 buildings,
28 accessories, $1,500.
obo. (352) 527-0055


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5 PERSON HOT TUB
1 10/220V. w/cover
good cond. $950,
(352) 563-1421
Hot Tub w/ cover
2 people, 4x6 Nice &
clean, working order
$395. (502) 345-0285
Hernando
HOTTUB SPA, 5-PERSON
24 jets, redwood
cabinet. Warranty,
must move, $1495.
352-286-5647
SPA
W/ Therapy Jets. 110
volt, water fall, never
used $1850.
(352) 597-3140
SPA, 5 PERSON,
Never used. Warranty.
Retail $4300. Sacrifice
$1425. (352) 346-1711



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2 REFRIGERATORS,
1 brand new 18 cu.ft.,
$400. obo, 1 Older but
in good cond. $60.
(352) 746-7564
STOVE, wood or coal
cooking stove, never
used, exc cond, $500.
Antique 2 man cross
cut saw, exc cond,
$100.(352) 726-6075


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2 DINETTE SETS
both solid wood 4 chairs
with each
$65 ea. 0B0
352-344-8984
2 Lazy Boy Recliners
Sea green, leather
$450. for both
(352) 522-1129
3 PC OCASSIONAL
TABLES, $75
2 SWIVEL ROCKER
RECLINERS, $175.
(352) 637-6779
4 New Kitchen chairs &
square Glass top coffee
Table, $100 for all
(352) 628-1408
42x60 GLASSTOP
PEDESTAL TABLE,
4 upholstered chairs,
excellent cond., $375
(352) 726-5490
94' SOFA, brown w/2
reclining ends $300/
abo. (352) 344-3321
ACCENT CHAIR
$50.
Two night stands
$50.
(352) 726'7572

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


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NOW ENROLLING

Bene's International
School of Beauty,
Barber & Massage
Therapy
Is enrolling in the
following classes:
Hair Sytllst
Jan. 24, 2006
Nail Tech
Jan. 31,2006
Barber
Jan. 24, 2006
Skin Care
Jan.31,2006
Massage Therapy
Jan.21,2006
Admissions will be
open Monday Jan. 2,
2006.
Serving Tampa Bay
for 30 Yearsl
Day, Evening &
Weekend Classes.
Accredited by
NACCAS.
Financial Aid
(if Qualified).
Call Mrs. Martin
1-866-724-2363
7127 U.S. Hwy. 19
New Port Richey, FL
34652

REAL ESTATE CAREER
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1 $249.Start 1/10/06
CITRUS REAL ESTATE
SCHOOL, INC.
(352)795-0060





WOODCRAFT SUPPLIES
$15,000 invested
$5,000 Dr's orders to sell.
(352) 746-3997




50 Seat Restaurant
Turn key operation
(352) 249-6966




WE MOVE SHEDS
564-0000


-U!
CRAFTSMEN RIDER
MOWER 12hp.
40" $150;
(352) 489-7464
FREE REMOVAL OF
Mowers, motorcycles,
Cars. ATV's, Jet ski's,
3 wheelers. 628-2084
RIDING MOWER
Needs some TLC, $50.
(352) 628-2769




Staghorn Plant
6ft. diameter,
$600.
(352) 564-0788




GRAND OPENING
Consignment Furniture
& Much Morel
Blue Moon Resale
At Kingsbay Plaza
(Behind Little Caesar's)
(352) 795-2218
INVERNESS
Yard sale Wed. thru Sat.
Dolls, mower, etc.
111 Iris Lane




Black Sequin Dress,
medium $35.
Leather Jacket, mens,
med., $50.
Both like new
(352) 726-0040


Small freezer $60,
(352) 860-1426
Whirlpool over oven
microwave. Side/top
vents. Hardware,
manuals, Ex.Cond.
$55.00. (352) 476-4378


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MERRY
I CHRISTMAS
FROM:
I THE DUDLEY I
AUCTION
FAMILY
.See you Jan. 8
L i



ATV LIFT 1250 capacity,
exc, cond. $85
ALLIED FLOOR JACK
3-1/2 ton, excellent
cond,, $60
(352) 637-7248
Mechanic Tool Box
with tools
$150. obo
(352) 527-9226
RADIAL ARM SAW
Craftsman 10" w/new
table, 2 blades
and sanding drum. $100.
563-6621
SHOPSMITH Model 5 w/
Accessories.
Nearly New $1500
(352) 628-1774




27" Color TV, farley new
w/VCR &
entertainment center
$100 for all
Dining Room table
& 4 chairs, Exc. cond.
Glass Top, $75.
(352) 726-6075
AM/FM Receiver, Multi
CD Player &Mvultl
Cassette player, all 3
Pioneer, Exc cond, $350
OBO.Call after 6
(352) 344-5436
BIG SCREEN TV
55" Hitachi
$350.
(352) 795-2947
Orion, 19" Color TV
& Remote w/ walnut
stand $50.
(352) 563-5244
XM Satellite Radio,
new, $150.
(352) 794-0070




2 COMPUTERS
Priced Under $300
each. Call for info.
352-212-2563
3 NEVER USED PRINTER,
Scanner ink cartridges
HP 78- Tri color, $25
(352) 637-9268
COMPUTER
600 MHZ P3, CD Burner,
DVD, Scanner, Camera,
15 Monitor, Loaded,
$200, 795-1153
Computer,2.HGHZ256
Ram, 80GIgHD, SIMCd
reader, CDwrlter, DVD,
USB, fir, scanner/printer,
desk 3 speakers, Kybd,
mouse $600., 447-5878
Cooter Computers, Inc.
.' Professional Services
Free Consultation
24/7 (352) 476-8954
Dell Pentium, CPU, w/
monitor, loaded w/
extras, CD writer, great
machine for Internet
$350.
(352) 860-1744
Desk Top Computer/
monitor, Epsom printer,
computer table &
black leather office
chair. Excel. Cond. $75.
(352) 382-7533
DIESTLER COMPUTERS
Internet service, New &
Used systems, parts &
upgrades. Visa/
MCard 637-5469
http://www.rdee.net
HP PAVILION 533C
Pentium 4,2.4 GHZ,
512MB, DDR, SD Ram,
60GB HD, CD-RW, DVD -
Rom, V92 Modem,
Windows XP, 16" color
Monitor, $350/obo
(352) 527-9245
SONY HANDY CAM
CAMCORDER
8mm, steady shot
video 8, $250.
(352) 527-9245
SONY VAIO Digital
Studio PC, Pentium 4,
1.3 GHZ, 128MB, RD
RAM, 40GB Ultra HD
CDRW DVD ROM
Earthnet, V-90 Modem,
Windows XP, 15" flat


ASiHLtY L:AIlcK SUFA
80" LT. bone, like new,
$375. (352) 637-6779
BED: $170, New Queen.
No Flipped Pillow Top
Set. 5 yrs warr. King Set
$215. Delivery
352-597-3112
BED: $559 Nassa
Memory Foam Set,
Seen on T.V. 20yr Warr.
Never Used. Retail
Cost $1459. Can Deliver
352-398-7202
BEDROOM SETS
Queen w/2 nightstands,
dbl. dresser, w/mlrror &
chest, $300/obo;
2 Single Beds, night-
stand w/lamp & chest,
$150 obo. 352-344-3321
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
California King Bed, w/3
sets of sheets & 2
spreads, orig. $1200,
now $450;
Wingback chair, $150,
(362) 628-3995
Dinette Set w/ 4 chairs
$55. Bedroom Set,
chest, dresser, & night
stand $100. obo
good condition
(362) 746-7864
Dining Set
formica top, 4 chairs,
$135.
(352) 489-0882
Dining Table
like new, 40". x 60" leaf
18", 6 Chairs $400.
(352)465-1384
DR SET, Rect, tbl, 6 chrs,
sm. china cbt $300,
352-344-3321
Entertainment Center
$60.
Kitchen Table,
Formica, no chairs $50.
(352) 628-5472
Executive Desk,6'x3'
w/ matching
Credenza, 6'x2', $400.
(352) 382-1731


MERRY
CHRISTMAS
FROM:
THE DUDLEY
AUCTION
FAMILY
See you Jan. 8


FURNITURE
Bamboo couch, chair,
coffee table,end table.
$150.00,
Call 637-5331
Grand Father Clock
6fft. 4 in., solid wood,
3 way chain drive.
Colonial registered,
perfect cond. 28 yrs.
old $650. abo
(352) 212-6560
HIDE-A-BED QUEENSIZE.
Teak table 6x32,6 din-
Ing chairs. Old Hump-
back trunk 637-5708
KING BEDROOM SET
Pecan, triple dresser
w/mlrror, armoire, 2
nightstands, king head-
board, Ex. cond. $600.
(352) 382-5351
KITCHEN TABLE
Glass top table, four
leather cream colored
chairs. Asking 300.00.
Call 726-2693
Lazy Boy Recliner .
mauve, $200.
(352) 489-0882
Leather Couch & Love
Seat, both w/ recliners,
buff, new condition
paid $2,200.
asking $1,450 aba
(352) 212-6560
Moving must sell T.V.
Armoire, $500., Cherry
BD Set, $450. Ethan
Allen DR, $3500. OBO
(352)382-7229/476-1802
PAUL'S FURNITURE
New Inventory daily
Store Full of Bargains
Tues-Frl 9-5 Sat 9-1
Homosassa 628-2306
Preowned Mattress Sets
from Twin $30; Full $40
Qn $50; Kg $75.
628-0808
Sectional Sofa,
5 pc., light green,
excel, cond. $275.
(352) 628-6001
Sofa, loveseat & side
chair w/2 ends &
cocktail table. $375.
Excellent Condition
(352) 341-3109
SOFA, pale yellow w/
red & blue flowers
matching valences,
exc, $150.
Rattan Entertainment
Armoire, very nice,
$125.
(352) 628-5278
(309) 781-1318 cell
Solid Red Oak Round
Dining Room Table,
$150. obo
(352)447-5022
The Path's Graduates,
Single Mothers,
Needs your furniture.
Dining tables,.dressers
& beds are needed.
Call (352) 527-6500


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$10 Each
Call Mon-Fri 8-5
860-2545
4 Director Chairs,
no canvas $5. ea. ex-
cel, cond., Bookcase
2 shelves, behind glass
$25. (352) 527-9226
12 Volt 1 ton Crane
$350.
Tire Truing Machine
$350.
(352) 746-3997
150 Gal. Propane tanks
w/reg. $150 each,
Weight Bench, $15.
(352) 746-3997

2005

SPECIALS
6 lines 10 days
Items totalling
$1-$150 ...........$5.50
$151-$400......$10.50
$401-$800.......$15.50
$801-$1,500....$20.50
CALL CHRONICLE
CUSTOMER
SERVICE
726-1441 OR
563-5966
Two general
merchandise Items
per ad,
private party only.
(Non-Refundable)
Some Restrictions
May Apply

BATMAN COLLECTION
Some old, some not so
old. Collectors dream
$300 for all.
(352) 860-1723 Between
6pm & 8pm only
CARPET
JQM'of Yards/in
Stock. Many colors.
Sacrlflce352-527-1528
CARPET FACTORY Direct
Restretch Clean *
Repair Vinyl Tile *
Wood (352) 341-0909
SHOP AT HOME
Ceramic Kiln, Jen-Ken
Model Lt-3k, $275.
Simon & Halbig Doll,
$125.
(352) 697-2913
CHAIR, '
Blue rocker/recliner.
$50;
TWIN, magnetic
mattress pad. Will for
$200 (352) 628-7426
COLLECTOR PLATES
Indians, homes, birds,
etc. Cost $30 eam
Sell $5 ea. Or 76 pcs.
(2,200 value) $300 takes
all (352) 634-3864 cell
David Bramblett
(352) 302-04481


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Crosses, 14.yo
& butterflies $24.95
make great Xmas gifts
(352) 637-3113
VHS VIDEOS
$1 each while they last
6910 SR 200, Hernando
(4 miles north of 41/200
split,) (352) 637-5353
X-BOX 360
COMPLETE, brand new
In box, $600/obo
Please call
(352) 560-0258




AL-500 UNIVERSAL
POWER CHAIR LIFT
with swing away arm,
Fits Class 3 hitch
$550
(352) 560-7320
JAZZY POWER CHAIR
Like new, serviced, new
batt. w/ charger,
$1100. (352) 793-1124
LARGE HEAVY DUTY
INVACARE ELEC.
WHEELCHAIR, used very
little, 2 batt. seat belt &
horn, asking $5,000 obo
(352) 726-6536
Oversized Elec. Lift
Chair, Multi-level vibra-
tion w/heat. Full stand
& recline positions.
Mauve upholstry,
good cond. $600.
352 628-4524
Power Scooter
JAZZY 1104
Orig. $3000, Sell $800
(352) 726-7405
PRIDE LIFT CHAIR
Electric, Rose color,
Cost $1200 Sell $600
PORTABLE TOILET
$15
(352) 344-2584
Video Eye Power
Magnification System
w/montor. $3500. new,
$2500. OBO Uke new.
(352) 527-4341



Beginner Guitar
Lessons. Affordable/
Flex. hrs.Call Ben
(352) 302-0883
Casio Keyboard. CT-638
Tone Bank. Portable
stand, chair & case.
$150.0BO
(352) 465-4952
KAWAI Z-1000
KEYBOARD/ACOUSTIC,
amp system, Peavey
amp KB/A60, like new,
barely used, $850
(352) 302-9451
Peavey Base Amp,
Combo 300. on wheels,
nice cond. $250.
Fender Stratt Guitar, like
new cond. Squire. $150.
(352) 382-0098
PIANO
K-Kawai, Baby Grand
GE-1, $6,000.
For info. Call 527-9982
PIANO, SPINET
Mahogany
$500/obo
(352) 628-7426



Body Toner,
multi Gym, new
condition, rowing
machine, $50. obo
(352) 637-4892.
Bowflex Ultimate w/ leg
attachment, like new
1 yr. old, $1,350.
(352) 628-7729
Elliptical Exercise
Machine
Uke new, minimal use,
$200. oboe
352-586-6849
NEW BALANCE 9.0
ELLIPTICAL
Original price $1300,
asking $850. Call
Brooke @ 352-212-9255
NORDIC TRACK
SKI MACHINE
$75 w/extra belt,
(352) 637-2989

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Air Hockey Table
60 x 30" good cond.
$50.
(352) 795-5444
BICYCLES
Schwinn, 3-speed,
coaster brake. His &
Hers, Ideal for adults.
Like new. $99. ea.
(352) 382-1052
HOLIDAY SPECIAL a
KEYWEST Jumbo Shrimop
13-15ct. $51b; 16-20ct
$4.501b. 352-795-4770
Gas powered
Golf Cart
$800.
(352) 341-6295
476-3681
GOLF CART
1997, EZ GO. gas,
4 pass, top, windshield,
garage kept, exc cond,
$2400. (352) 341-6200
GOLF CART
1999, Club car, 48V, full
cover, rear mirror, seat
covers, buckets, $2,000.
(352) 637-0371
Hunting, Camping
& Fishing Equip, Too
much to list Call for info
Elmo Boone 726-5150


Lady's 26" "Bike"
7 mos, old, w/ free tire
pump. many extras
$50.
(352) 563-5244
POOL TABLE
3-plece 1" slate, Robert-
son 4x8 needs assembled
$1000. obo Inverness
941-284-4459
POOL TABLE, -
Gorgeous, 8', 1" Slate,
new In crate, $1350.
352-597-3519
RETIREMENT FROM
HUNTING SALE
Two Winchester models
24,20 gauge.
S&W 44 Mag. Model
629 Custom
Walter PPK
(352)489-3108
TURBO HOCKEY TABLE
Sportcraft,
38W x 66L x 31"T,
Exc. Cond.$60,
(352) 746-6303

22 Single Shot Rifle
made in Canada Old.
$125. (352) 637-3113

Walther P99
40 cal. new condition
$400
(352) 228-7191
WILL BUY YOUR
UNWANTED GUNS
352-400-1070



18' tandem axle flat
trailer. 2" bumber pull.
Trailer lights, w/ ramps
ready to go. $1200.
0BO (352) 400-1233
BUY, SELL, TRADE, PARTS,
REPAIRS, CUST. BUILD
www.ezDulltrallers.com
Hwy 44 & 486
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14K Gold Marquise cut
Diamond Solitaire Ring.
.39 carat w/Diamond
Jacket,. Size 6. Valued
at $1800 asking $1100
OBO (352) 344-5893



BUYING OLD WOOD
BASEBALL BATS
Any condition. Baseball
gloves & signed balls.


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.
ADOPT FROM
ANIMAL RESCUE
Smooth Haired Terrier,
spade or Lab-Pitt Bull or
Manx Cat or Maltese
SCat. Non- profit.
Fee. 637-5024.
ADULT COCKATIEL
$20;
(352) 628-4441, Lv. msg.
Aquarium Tank
150 gallon, w/ stand
and many accessories.
$800. obo
Call after 6
(352) 344-5436
Christmas Puppies,
avail., to approved
homes. Boxer/Dal. mix
puppies 8 wks on
Dec. 22,2 Males,
All Puppies, spay
or neutered and
vaccine current $75. ea
(352) 527-2478
341-0615
Humanitarians
of Florida
Low Cost Spay &
Neuter by Appt.
Cot Neutered $20
Cat Spayed $25
Doa Neutered &
start at $35
(352) 563-2370
Jack Russell Puppies for
Sale. Ready by Xmas.
(352) 628-3436
Miniature Pincher, all
shots, neutered, trained
$150.
(352) 527-2958
352-613-2798
PUREBRED MINIATURE
POODLE, young male,
ready for breeding,
black, $150.
(352) 628-2459
Red Tail Boa
1 yr. old, bik, bellied,
boa constrictor, $100.
(352) 447-3436



8' x 13' kennel.
$150.OBO
(352) 302-7985



Horse Sitting w/TLC
at your barn.
Long & short Term.
352-746-6207
Sorrel Colt 8 mos. old.
quiet, sire 14 horse Son
of Kid Clue. Can be reg
S650. (352) 344-0064



900 Ib Angus Heifer
3 1/2 years old
$950.
(352) 621-3175.


1, 2 & 3 BDRMS.
Quiet family park,
w/pool, From $400.
Inglis, (352) 447-2759
Crystal River
DW 3/2scrn, porch, 2.5
car gar, 1/2 acre.
$650./mo.
(517) 202-6997
CRYSTAL RIVER
Huge, 3/2, den, office,
CHA, $650. mo.
$1,950 move In
HOMOSASSA 2/1
C/H, air, newly/remod-
eled scrn. porch, $500,
mo,, $1,500. move In
352-795-7162
DW, 2/2, $525 up &
IBR furn $425. up.
No smoking,no pets.
(352) 628-4441
HERNANDO
Must Seel DW, 2/2,
Bonus Rm., 1450 sq. ft.
C/H/A, Ig. Fl. Rm., w/
hot tub, $725. mo. 1st.,
Ist., sec. pets neg., no
smoking (352) 860-1571
Hernando/Apache Shrs
Rent/sale. 2/2, First, last,
& deposit. No pets.
352-795-5410
HOMOSASSA
2/1, 1 block east
of Hwy. 19,2 mi. S. of
Home Depot, 1st,
last, sec. No pets.
352-637-1142 220-1341
HOMOSASSA 2/11/2.
2 porches, 1 shed
No pets or smoking
W/D, $600/mo. 1st, last
& dep. 352-628-6643
HOMOSSASA
3/2 DW, $650. mo. $600
Sec. Ref. & credits
check required/No
pets 352-596-2750
INVERNESS
Lakefront 55+ Park. Fish-
ing piers, affordable
living 1 or 2 BR. Screen
porches, appliances.
Leeson's 352-637-4170
N. CRYSTAL RIVER
3/2, modular, CHA,
beautiful on 1 acre,
lease $800., mo.,lst., last,
sec., possible lease
opt./purchase
352-795-7162

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BANK OWNED
REPO"S!
Never lived in
Starting @ $40,000 -
Only a few left
Payments from
$349.00 per month
Call for locations
352-621-9182
Brand New Land
Home Package.
3 bdrm, 2 bath,
full finish drywall, 2
porches on 1/4 acre
lot complete
@ $589 mo.
Call for Details
(352) 628-0041

BUILDING A NEW
HOME?
Want to save nearly
30%? Better quality,
more energy effi-
cient. Le me show
you how.
Call Builder @
352-628-0041

Hernando Dbl. wide
By owner. on Hwy. 200.
2/2 Fla. rm., priv. fence.
Good location. Lg.
garage & shed.
$135,000.(352) 726-0117





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add on, car port sets
on 1 acre. Fenced,
12X20 shed, well, septic,
off 488, $75,000
(352) 302-6025
NICE SINGLEWIDE
ON HALF ACRE. 3-4
miles from Homosassa
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Nature Coast
HOLIDAY SPECIAL 4
KEYWEST Jumbo Shrimop
13-15ct. $51b; 16-20ct
$4.501b. 352-795-4770
Fiber Optic
Christmas Tree
6Y1 like new $50.
Rocking Chair $40.
(352) 465-1384
Fountain, decorative,
Mediterranean style,
53" tall, w/ 32" base, cir-
culating water sys. w/
adjust, flow rate $175.
(352) 382-5626
GE GAS STOVE/
COLEMAN PROP. FUR-
NACE FOR MH $75 ea
OBO
352-344-8984
GENERAL
xerox workcenter is a
copier,fax and printer.
$50.00
call 637-5331
Generator, Craftsman,
5600 Waft, 10.0hp, OHV
eng., 8600 surge watts,
never used. $600.
(352) 382-3312
Generator. Porter
Cable. Gas, 3250 watt,
like hew. $450.
(352) 465-7992
GIFT SHOP INVENTORY
Lenox Crystal pc's,
Christmas Tree & Santa
Plates, Tins, Candle
Holders, Nautical deco.
& more. (352) 465-8430
HEAT PUMP POOL
HEATER, like new, still In
box, never used, cost
$1,900 sell for $800.
Heats up to 15,000 gals.
(352) 628-1671
Just In time for Xmasl
10KX60 Dirt Bike. Too
much to list. $1300.
Jr. 5 piece CB Drum Set,
Instructional video $200.
(352) 628-2947
Kirby Upright Vacuum,
generation 5,
good cond.
$150. abo
(352) 465-6051
Large Outdoor
TV Antenna
w/ 30 ft. pole
$75.
(352) 795-5444
Magic Chef
microwave w/ cart $30
(352) 563-5244
PAINT BALL GUN,
Spider Electra
Electric Triger, fully
automatic, perfect
cond w/ equipment
$150. (352) 489-7475
(352) 464-0433
Peavey silver 5-drum set
w/seat, cymbals and all
hardware. Mini "Harley"
Chopper, bik & chro-
me, 49cc, disc brakes,
street lights, both less
than a year old
$250 ea. (352) 527-4552
PUCH MOPED
like new 1500 ml.
$400. abo
RC Airplane 40 sz.
brand new, $200.
(352) 746-0452
Purses/Wallets, many
name brands, coach,
gucci. & D & B, cash
only (352) 249-0802
Satellite,
Lrg w/ Receiver, you
remove, $35 OBO
Call after 6
(352) 344-5436
Sewing Machine,
Viking #1. plus embroi-
dery, machine includes
software and extras
$1,400.
(352) 382-1587


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3/2 ON 5 BEAUTIFUL
ACRES Fenced &
Gated, Horses
welcome. Just off
Citrus Ave. Financing
Available. Call
(352) 302-3126
A MUST SEEt
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 into
352-621-9181
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
FOR SALE BY OWNER
In East Cove, Inverness
'93.14X52,2/11/ on 4ac,
completely furn, crprt,
scrn rm, picnic deck,
shed, septic, well, new
roof In '04, was $67,900
reduced to $62,900
neg. (352) 637-0851
For Sale By Owner,
Crystal River, 2/1, older
DWMH on acre w/
cement 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
Great Investment
Property. 65'Mobile on
2 lots, Only $35,000.
Call Michael @
Florida Realty & Auction
(352) 220-0801
HERNANDO
1998,4/2, DW, split
plan, on 1/ acre. new
well, appliances, tile,.
carpet, paint & decks,
enclosed scrn. pool,
$1 19,900.352-302-1466
Just what you've
been looking for. New
4/2 on 5 acres. Zoned
for agriculture. Horses
Welcome. $6,000
Down $70 mo.
(352) 795-8822
LAKE
PANASOFFKEE
Fishing haven! 3/2 dou-
blewide recently remod-
eled on 100x150 lot,
jacu2zi and above ground
poo. Minutes to boat ramp
and marina. Call today!
$129,000.
Mary P. Larkin, Realtor
Foxfire Realty
(352) 307-0304
(866) 578-0156 toll free
LAND/HOME.
1/2 acre homesile in
coun-
try setting .
3 bedroom2 ath
ww"a diveway,
appliance
package,
ust See,
$579.68 per month
W.A.C. Call
352-621-9183
Like New Homes of
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New Land Home
Packages Available.
Many to Chose from.
Call today for
approval. Low down
and low monthly
payments. '
1-877-578-5729
OWNER MUST SELL!
Land & Home-3
bedroom, 2 bath full
appliance pkg. Quite
lot with nice oak trees. 5
yr. warranty. Owner will
assist with down
payments Only $736.43
per mo. W.A.C.
Call for more details
352-621-0119
Roailings Hills Area
just 11/2 blocks off
140th Ave. 3/2 MH
front & back porches,
garden pond, shed,
partially fenced,
1.16acres. $129,500. <
(352) 489-5415


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2003 JACOBSON, DW,
2/2,55+ park, Stone-
brook Park glassed &
screened in Florida Rm.,
excel. location on
pond, mostly furn.,
ceiling fans, sprinkler
sys., allapl's., incl.'W/D
$77,777. (352) 628-7778
or 628-9660
I/I on lake w/dock
privileges. Newly
decorated Xl carport,
scr. rm, shed, all new
vinyl, carpet, sinks,
fridge, A/C,
Inverness,$12,500.
352-422-0154
CRYSTAL RIVER VILLAGE
Move in this month
55+ Park, 2/2, gated
community used 5 win-
ters, heated pool, club
house. Full carport,
shed & enclosed porch.
$45,000. (352) 794-4135
Edgewater,
Furn. 2/1, Lot 25
$10,000.
(352) 726-6618
Floral City
Remodeled 2/1.5. CHA,
Clean, Lg. Lania, Part.
Furn. Park rent $144/mo.
$17,500. (352) 746-6410
IT'S ALL HERE
Gated 55+ DBL, 2/2, FIl
rm., porch,, Isl. kit. all
apple's. cus. storm awn
ceiling fans. Close
shops, hosp., $65,500.
(352) 795-8983


LEESBURG
Hawthome Gated Comn
'75, 2000SF. 3/2, 55+ PK.
Remodeled baths + kit
+ sunrm + den + laundry
$105,000 (352) 728-6332
MOONRISE RESORT
on lake, 45+, 2/2, '05,
16x56, shed, golf cart,
storage, glass Fla. rm.,
carport $48,850
(352) 344-2146
ON LAKE- FULL FURN.
scrn. prch. $24,000.0BO
Lot rent incl. wtr, garb.
sewer, lawn & boat
docking, by owner, Pets
ok. 352-447-4093
Walden Woods, 2002
Gated 55+ comm., 3/2,
upgrades, & some turn.,
corner lot. MUST SELL!
Reduced!! $67k
(352) 382-4076


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Nice Family Pk w/Pool
$205/mo. 6 mo Free
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(352) 447-2759








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1/1, clean, apt. avail.
Jan. 1 Util., Incl. No pets/
No smoking $850 mo.
1st, last, sec. 637-3495
or 270-320-3332




CRYSTAL RIVER
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INVERNESS
Neat & clean, 1/1, cent
H/A, SR 44-E $495 mo
(352) 726-1909



2700+ SQ. FT. Med Prol.
Bldg. n.e ._ ,uill r irn I,',n
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Prime Location HWY 44
/2 Mi. West of Wal-mart
1760sq.ft. Retail Space,
(2) 5,000 sq.ft. out par-
Sels Will Build to Suit!
Assurance Group
Realty, 352-726-0662




Brentwood
Maintenance Free.
3/2/2 over looks golf
course $1,100. Call
Gloria (352) 746-9770
CITRUS HILLS
Furnished Condo, avail
01/06, also avail, after
4/1/06, furn. or unfurn.
(352) 527-4599
Citrus Hills
Meadowview,
2/2/1 turn., $950.
(352) 316-0301
CRYSTAL RIVER
2/2/2 waterfront
beautifully decorated.
Jacuzzi, fireplace, dock,
bikes, grills, pool, tennis,
W/D, priv. patio.
Full amenities. Long
term or short term.
$1,800. mo.
joannirwin@msn.com
(352) 875-4427
CRYSTAL RIVER
1/1, completely furnish-
ed, waterfront condo
$1100 mo 352-795-3740
Inv. Regency Park
2/2 Fireplace, 2nd
fl.,$625,/mo. Call
Remax One Realty
Jennifer Foreman.
(352) 527-7842
SUGARMILL WOODS
2/2/1 Villa on Golf
Course, furnished no
smoking/pets, prefer
long term 1st, Ist, sec.
$825. mo. lawn serve.
incl. (352) 563-2203,
422-6030




CRYS RIVER/HOM.
2/1, with W/D hookup,
CHA, wtr/garbage incl.
$500mo., 1st, Last & sec.
No pets. 352-465-2797
INVERNESS
Neat & clean, 1/1, cent
H/A, SR 44-E $495 mo
(352) 726-1909
Inverness
New 2/2, no smoRing
& no pets, $750/mo.
1st, last & sec.
(352) 341-3562






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

Assurance
Property
Management

352-726-0662


Beverly Hills 3/1
remodeled bathroom,
tile floors. Big yard
(352) 586-2750
Beverly Hills
3/2/2, 1900 sq. ft., nice
area. $900./mo.
(352) 476-1398
BEVERLY HILLS
Nice 2/1, $750. mo.
1st, last, sec., 28 S.
Barbour, 727-424-5597
BEVERLY HILLS
Wowl 2/1, w/ scr. par,
C/H/A, avail 12/31
$500/mo. 1st. 1st, sec,
ref. required, contact
(352) 302-3319, Iv. mess.
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
3/2, caged pool, W/D,
$1100mo.
(352) 746-4821
Citrus Hills
3/2/2 New home on 1
acre. Fenced back yd.
1st, last, sec. $1175./mo
(352) 746-5969
CITRUS SPRINGS
New 3/2/2, W/D
$975. (352) 362-7543
CITRUS SPRINGS
2/11/, carport, very
clean, 2050 Howard St.
$800, mo 352-746-5969
Citrus Springs
3/1 $700./mo.
2/2 $700./mo
(352) 476-1398 or
(352) 464-3519
CITRUS SPRINGS
NEW 4/2/2 Home in
quiet neighborhood.
$1,000/mo incds
water/lawn. (858)
869-3400 I'm local.
CRYSTAL RIVER
3-BR, 2-BA, nice, clean,
': 00i, 352-795-6299



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ESTATES
2/2/2 Villa
$825. mo
Please Call:
(352) 341-3330
visit the web at:
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HERNANDO
Must See l DW, 2/2,
Bonus Rm., 1450 sq. ft.
C/H/A, Ig. Fl. Rm., w/
hot tub, $725. mo. 1st.,
st., sec. petsneg., no
smoking (352) 860-1571
HOMOSASSA
3/2, FP, Lecanto
schools, $695 mo,
1ost, last & Sec.
Realtor Owner
(352) 302-4057
HOMOSASSA
Sasser Oaks, 2/2/1, scr
porch, W/D, Shed,
fenced yard, $725mo.
No smoking. No pets,
Avail 1/1/06
(352) 2628-7449

If you can rent You
Can Own Let us
show you how. Self-
employed, all credit
Issues bankruptcy Ok.
Associate Mortgage
Call M-F 352-344-0571

INVERNESS
2/1,w/appl's. Non
smoking. No pets. $600


Den, Fapproval. Gam. Quiet area.
$700 mo. (352) 746-3073
INVERNESS
3/2/1, yr old house, W/D
W/D, 1st, last & Sec.
$875, mo. no pets
(352) 637-4567
(352) 228-1464-
INVERNESS 3/2/2
NEW HOMES, Pets on
approval. Gall Stefanski
Coldwell Banker
726-1192 or 601-2224
INVERNESS HIGHLANDS
3/2/2 Brand New! W/D
$1,000/mo. Franklin
Realty Consultants of





$1500.mo. SMW Sales
(352) 382-2244





CRYSTAL RIVER
2/2/2 waterfront
beautifully decorated.
Jacuzzi, fireplace, dock,
bikes, grills, pool, tennis,
W/D, priv. patio.
Full amenities. Long
term or short term.
$1800. ma
joannlrwin@msn.com
(352) 875-4427
HOMOSASSA RVRFNT.
$1150-$1800/mo, Seas.
add $200/mo. Incl. all
util. (352) 628-7913


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Hernando
3/1.5 $750, per mo.
No pets
(352) 628-0164

If you can rent You
Can Own Let us
show you how. Self-
employed, all credit
Issues bankruptcy Ok.
Associate Mortgage
Call M-F 352-344-0571

Janice Holmes-Ray
Property Mgmnt.
352-795-0021







We need units
furnished &
unfurnished
352-795-0021


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WOMAN'S CIRCUIT
TRAINING BUSINESS
FOR SALE
$35,000 (352) 220-9218



2/2/1.5, split plan w/
Cath. Ceiling, Liv. Rm
Din Rm, Sky Light in Kit.,
Fl Rm, Scr porch, Shed,
New AC, $144,900.
Neg. (352) 465-1904
By owner. 3/1, 1050 sq
ft. living ,New tile &
carp. Sep. room w/ hot
tub. Spotless! $115,00.
9340 N. Santos Dr.
(352) 489-3584


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The Islands of
Crystal River 2/2 Newly
remodeled condo.
Clubhouse, Dock, pool,
tennis, cable Inc. $750.
(414) 690-6337




BEVERLY HILLS
Priv. bath, $100wk
1st & last week.
(352) 746-1186 after 5
INVERNESS
$125 wkly. incl. util.
Call 352-341-1278


FOR SALE BY OWNER
FREE WEBSITE
www.SellYourOwn
Homesite.com
Priced Reduced, 3/2/2,
corner lot, appliances,
shed, patio, lanai,
C/A/H, built 1996, 1689
W, Datura & N. Ocean
$176,000. 352-442-2386


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Full Service Listing
Why Pay More???
No Hidden Fees
25+Yrs. Experience
Call & Compare
$150+Milllon SOLDIII

Please Call for Details,
Listings & Home
Market Analysis

RON & KARNA NEITZ
BROKERS/REALTORS
CITRUS REALTY GROUP
(352)795-0060.

'Your Neighborhood
REALTOR'








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REALTOR
352-613-6136
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you find the perfect
home or lot on or
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Cynthia Smith, Realtor
Direct (352) 601-2862
DoingWhatllove@
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HIGHLANDS SOUTH
Immac. remodeled,
3/2/2, Ins. Indry, Lg. lot.
Ready to move in tol
Call (352) 746-0592
418 Hiawatha Ave
HOME FOR SALE
On Your Lot, $103,900.
3/2/1 w/ Laundry
Atkinson Construction
352-637-4138
Lic;# CBC059685
Inverness Golf &
Country Club 3/2/2
Triple split plan. Great
rm, den/poss. 4th bdrm.
eat-in kit, possible
in-law, all appliances
Incl. micro over glass
top stove, wrap-around
screen porch, recent
heat & air, quiet
cul-de-sac, new ext.
paint. $239,900.
(352) 860-0444


J.W. Morton, R.E., Inc
726-6668 637-4904

MUST SELL, Lrg. 3/2/2,
many upgrades,
$195,900 neg.
(352) 860-1919

Need a mortgage
& banks won't help?
SSelf-employed,
all credit Issues
bankruptcy Ok.
Associate Mortgage
Call M-F 352-344-0571

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Market Analysis

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CITRUS REALTY GROUP
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2/1 POOL HOME
dbl lot, fenced back-
yard, inground caged
pool, huge florida
room, city water,
central A/C. $99.999
352-344-5206


53 BEVERLY HILLS BLVD.
Corner Lot Neat 2/1/1
Sunroom, newer '
appliances & Berber
carpet. $97,500
(352) 527-7833
FOR SALE BY OWNER
Oak Ridge, 4/2, Sweet-
water Tradewinds III
2156 under air, heated
pool & spa, granite
counters, custom
decorating, many
extras, immaculate,
$299,900 (352) 746-0025
Oakwood Village
3/2/2 pool home, enjoy
the trees as green belt
is your back yard.
Absolute move In cond.
$196,000.
(352) 465-9201
RENT TO OWN -
NO CREDIT CK. 2-3BR's
321-206-9473
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Why Pay More???
No Hidden Fees
25+Yrs, Experience
Call & compare'
$150+Million SOLDII
Please Call
for Details,
Listings & Home
Market Analysis
RON & KARNA NEITZ
BROKERS/REALTORS
CITRUS REALTY GROUP
(352)795-0060.


CRYSTAL RIVER
2/2/2 waterfront,
beautifully decorated,
Jacuzzi, fireplace, dock,
bikes, grills, pool, tennis.
W/D. priv. patio,
Full amenities.,
Long term or short term.
$1800. mo.
joannirwin@msn.com
(352) 875-4427
CRYSTAL RIVER
1/1, completely furnish-
ed waterfront condo
$1100 mo 352-795-3740
HOMOSASSA RVRFNT.
$1150-$1800/mo. Seas.
add $200/mo. Incl. all
until. (352) 628-7913




ROOM WANTED
Single man desires
clean room. Willing
to pay $300/mo.
(352) 601-3341


CRYSTAL MANOR 3/2/2
9262 Beechtree Way
Brand new with many
extras, on over an acre.
A must see, call for
appointment. $294,900
(352) 795-5308
For Sale By Owner
4/2 + Den/office, on
almost 1 acre, scr 8'
pool, new everything,
Reduced. Poss. Owner
Fin. (407) 797-4846
House on 1/2 acre,
2200 sq ft, large kitch-
en, sprinkler & security
system, 2.5 car garage,
chain link fence,
$179,000 (352) 563-1928
KATHY TOLLE
(352) 302-9572








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Free Home Warranty &
No transaction fees
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LARGE 2/2/1
ONLY $124,900 in the
Highlands, MUST SEE,
Won't last at this price,
302-5351, Online at www
owners com/ATJ8454

3/2/2 Newly Decorated
Lots of upgrades, too
many to list. Asking
$170,000/obo
(352) 302-0937
3/2/2 HOME
COMPLETELY REPAINTED,
CBH BUILT IN 1995,
VINLY TILE IN LIVING,
DINING, KITCHEN GREAT
FOR PETS. $160,000,
CALL TROY
352-560-0163
A Wooded park Like
setting, 3/2/2, new
home on over 1/2 acre,
corner lot, 1500sf, split
plan w/ great room, all
apple hot tub off
master, $195,000,
(352) 220-3897
Brand New 3/2/2
Inv. Highlands, Inside
laundry/ screen rm.
All appliances
included. $188,900.
Atkinson Construction,
Inc. 352-637-4138
CBC059685
COUNTRYSIDE ESTATES
Irg 3/2-/2/2+, split level
home on 1 acre MOL,
2600 sq.ft. living 3700
total, (352) 860-0160
(352) 302-8437
CUSTOM BUILT 3/2/2
567 S Lukle Ave.
Ready Jan. 1.
$164,900
(352) 637-0477

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HOMOSASSA SPRINGS
Country living on your
own, High & Dry YsAc
1800sq.' home. 2001
Top of the line, Palm
Bay 3bd. 2bath with in
45 min of TIA, Fire Place,
sunroom double drive-
way, w/ elect, double
decks & too many
options to list. $127,400.
(352) 621-3418
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352-650-3118/592-9595
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2005 BUILT, 3/2 encl
2car grg. on 3 acres,
$299,000 All new appl.
C/H/A. Out bldg.
Superior wtr. treatment
sys. (352) 212-2448
2/1.5/1 W/ Detrached
scrn. BBQ & storage
bldg. Deeded docking
access. Near Plantation
Inn. $230,000.
(352) 400-1448
4/2/2 Near Plantation
Golf, Fam. Rm., Lg.
Kitchen, Dining Rm.,
Scm. Rm,, 2667 Sq. Ft,
under roof, $196,900.
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Adorable 1/1/1 In town.
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$94,000.
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ONLY $128,900/obo,
Beautiful 2000 Mobile on
.97 Acre, MB suite, Fire-
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3/2/2 Riverhaven
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(352) 628-5500
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3/2/2, 2434 sq. ft. + 408d
sq. ft. lanai, split plan
2 REE sis. RecoCded






pool, wetbar, well,
3 walk in closets, ,many
$289,000. (352)382-73832



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(352) 382-3312


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3/2/21/, Updated, 1915
sq. ft., Ig. kit, w/ cathe-
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heated pool $252,900.
(352) 586-6696

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built, smaller, near new,
3/2/2 great upscale
appearance, avail. for
quick close.$269,000.
(352) 382-4008




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/2ac. treed lot, 2000+ sf.
Split 3/2/2, expanded
master/oversized bath.
Many upgrades
$314,900. 352-489-2394




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Spruce Creek Preserve
Rt. 200, Dunnellon
Beautiful Home. 2/2/2,
like new. Split plan.
Built in 2000, Eat-in large
kitchen with bay
window, 1684 sq. ft.
Stucco. Large cement
deck. $190,000. Call
owner 1-352-291-2788


FLORAL CITY
1/1, with possible 2 BR,
lake dockage avail.
Exc. cond. Screen lanal,
$67,000 (231) 920-7573
FOR SALE BY OWNER
2/2, off Gospel Island
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Palms, $112,000
(352) 461-6973, Cell
SUGARMILL WOODS .
Beautiful furn. 2/2,
screened lanai,
carport, immediate
occupancy, $150,000
(352) 628-3899




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COURSE 3/2/2 + end.
lanai, overlooking 8th
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neutral colors, appl's.,
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8272 N. Golfview Dr.
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(352) 666-8826
10.3 Acres. High and
Dry in Pine Mountain
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Bordered by private
roods front & rear. Lot
measure 342 x1316,
zoned LDRM, 8" well on
site, partially cleared,
1st offering at $195,500.
Keith 352-249-8205
CITRUS HILLS
$67,900 lac Wooded lot
352-212-7613 Crawford
CRNR. LOT ON HWY1'9
next to Walden Wds:
125X150 mol. Commer.
zone avail. $90,000 will
take partial trades of
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(352) 585-2580
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PINE RIDGE ESTATES
4563 N. Lena, 1.06,Acre
Lg. Oaks. ti -ed. nc-. fill
$86,000. (352) 621-6621




RAINBOW SPRINGS
GOLF COMMUNITY
Dunnellon. Lot4, Fox
Trace, $75K. Lot 14,
Country Club South,
$70K(214) 402-8009




2 acre
MOL, Parcels, on Lake-
Nina (352) 344-3469
3/4 ACRE, just S. of
Hernando Co. line. 75' -
on US 19, Owners sign,
nicely treed, high & dry
$75.k (352) 637-1242
Citrus Springs
1/4 acre on W. Camilo.
$33,000.
(352) 795-7235
CITRUS SPRINGS
20 LOTS FOR SALE
30K-34K each.
407-617-1005
HOMOSASSA LOT
$33,500. (352) 628-7024
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Homosassa Resid.
5 acres. Corner lot, 2
paved sides. $150,000.
or 2.5 acres for $75,000.
Cleared & Fenced.
(352) 621-0522
HOMOSASSA: 1/2 Acres
Parcels (2). Zoned
MDRM. $29,900 Each.
John Carey
Re/Max Reality One
(352) 795-2441


Pine Ridge Estates
1.1 Acre. Located on
W. Papoose Lane. Very
nice lot. $89,000.
(352) 746-0177
PINE RIDGE, desirable
Interior Mallows Circle,
1-acre, 954-821-3666
or 954-444-5039
Sumterville
3 cleared acres. Can
split. Homes. Restrictions
$241, 00.(352) 793-8102
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farm, house, sm. field,
Ig. hrdwds dear, turkey,
$375,000 (912) 568-7480




EXQUISITE CORNER LOT
RIVERHAVEN VILLAGES
No pillngs needed,
view of water
11920 WTimberlane
$89,900. Call 697-1608
Realtor Owned Lot
ready for home
'or moblle.Owner
FlnanclngAvall.
$20,000-$25,000.
(352) 220-2274 or
(352) 422-7925
WATERFRONT Over
one beautiful acre in
Floral City right off
Hwy41. Only$79,900.
Cal1(352) 302-3126




1997 Johnson Ocean
Runner. 115hp, 25"
shaft, new lower unit 1
yr. All controls. SS prop.
$1850. (352) 634-3679
Honda Outboard
712 HP,4 stroke w/ tank,
low hrs., and just serv-
Iced $700. Call Hank
(352) 697-0220
OUTBOARD MOTOR
25HP Mercury, has only
run In fresh water.
This motor Is nearly new.
$1300/obo
(352) 637-3753




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MARINE

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CLEAN USED
BOATS
We Need Them!
We Seln Theml
U. S. Highway 19
Crystal River
563-5510 *
26 Ft. 2004, Sea Swirl,
walk around cuddy, w/
225 Yamaha, w/ trailer,
83 hrs. on boat & motor,
like new $48,000. obo
(352) 628-4943
1997 KENCRAFT
19', center console, hard-
top, 140 Suzuki, trailer,
dual batt, great shape.
$9,500.00 352-527-8376
ACTION CRAFT
'88, 19' fully loaded
w/99 Mariner 150 mtr.
Brand new alum. trir.
$7,000 (352) 795-7095
BAYLINER I/O
S2002, 17.5' w/
mercruiser, very low
hrs, loaded, $7500.
(352) 794-0070
CAROLINA SKIFF17'
'04 Less than 15hrs, semi
V series center console,
60HP Yamaha, trailer.
$8,000. (352) 637-5426
CHALLENGER
'98, 17ft., Bass Boat; 50H
motor, F.F., cust. trail.,
troll, motor $4,350.obo
(352) 637-2735
CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
Fold Back Fishing
Chairs, $19.95 & up.
In-stock only
Monroe Sales
Mon-Fri. 9a-5p
(352) 527-3555
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13-15ct. $51b; 16-20ct
$4.501b. 352-795-4770
Fiberglass 12'
5 hp outboard motor,
foot control trolling
motor, galv. trl., $1000.
(352) 344-4312
GALAXY
20',-1986, cuddy, Kept:
In high & dry, new mo-
tor, low hrs. Exc. cond.
$5400.(352) 795-7335
Gheenoe
15ft., 6 In., 9.9 Merc.,
trolling motor, trailer w/
Snew axle & tires, under
cover, excel, cond.'
$1,600., (352) 341-0336
HURRICANE, 1992
Boat & trailer,
$3500/obo
(352) 628-7913


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SALE

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Inventory

Crystal River
Marine
352-795-2597

Kayaks
1 single/1 double, $700
for both, paddles
included
(352) 563-5449
KEYWEST
2004, 1720cc, 90hp
Johnson, SW, tilt trim SS
Prop, Min. 551b SW auto
pilot, 3 batt., charger,
bimini, loaded, mint,
less than 50hrs, 2004
Wesco aluminum trailer,
spare, $14,600.
(352) 228-3599


PONTOON 1992
40HP Johnson motor,
(352) 860-0083
PONTOON BOAT
'98 Landau, 18FT, 50HP
Nlssan, Incl. trailer,
$6,500 (352) 344-3321
PREMIERE 17'
1997 PONTOON
40HP Force, Incl, trailer,
Blmlni top. $4500.
(352) 382-3573
PROLINE 1972
24' Guide boat,
hull only, $3800.
(352) 628-7913
RAINBOW RIVER
CANOE & KAYAK
RENTALS & SALES
1999-2005 Models
Seasonal Clearance
(352) 489-7854
Rinker Cutty Cabin
1987, 23', 165hp mere.
cruise, fiberglass, new
decking, $5,900.
(352)795-6764
SAFETY CRAFT
20 ft. Tandem trailer
head, sleeper seats,
fiberglass haul, live well
155HP, asking $2,750.
(352) 330-4031
Sea Nynph 17'
1983 Bass boat, new
decking & 40hp merc.
& elec. trolling motor.
$2,400. (352) 795-6764
SILVERTON
FUN BOATI 1987, 34 Ft.,
runs great $15,000 or
trade, (352) 249-6982
or 249-6324




1995 Southwind
33LRQ Ford Chas/
Class-A WIdebody
45k ml, Basement
storage, b/u camera,
elec. level jacks,
Loaded NICE. $29,00.
obo 352-563-9433
Go Cart
Like new, 5 HP, 2 seater
$600.OBO
(352) 223-7257
(352) 568-0000, Charlie
HOLIDAY RAMBLER
38' 98, 50K, diesel pshr,
Allison 6spd. Tile, corian,
convec. oven, Ig. slide,
diesel gen. new tires,
$79,000 (352) 746-9211
HUNTERS SPECIAL
1983 Allegro -27' sips 8
Newer engine. $8500.
(352) 344-2500
NATIONAL
29', Non smoker, banks
system, clean, full bath,
must sell, Asking $26,000
(352) 746-6607
Newmar Dutchstar
2001, Class A 38' Motor
home., 330 cummins
delsel, 7.5 onan gen., 2
slides, full body paint,
40k, new carpet, 2 new
a/c's, new refrig., light
maple int., many more
extra's. Presently
parkedlin CR.
$130,000.8OO
(219)608-7349
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Coachman 25'
2002, queen rear bed,
sleeps 6, Micro., A/C.
Very good cond.$8700.
OBO (352) 563,0617
FLAGSTAFF
'90 Popup, sleeps 6, full
beds, refrig. gas stove,
A/C, $1,600 obo (352)
860-0664 476-7490 cell
Four Winds 21'
2000, 13,400 mi. clean,
dual a/c, awning,
microwave, sleeps 6.
$25,000. (352) 795-6764
HOLIDAY RAMBLER
1978 32' 5th Wheel
$2,600 (352) 726-9174 or
cell (352) 476-6402
NOMAD SKYLINE
2000, 25' TT, Immqculate
sleeps 6, full bath/kit.
$6500. (352) 621-3049
(352) 613-3253
'ROCKWOOD
1989, 16', nice cond.
$2500/obo
352- 794-0446 or
352-270-0183




2 Dual 8" Sub Woofers
in a ban pass box w/
500 watt amp.
$200.
(352) 489-7475
(352) 464-0433
4 alum ,15x9 rims. Fits
Toyota or Chevy. $200.
OBO(352) 795-3701
CORVETTE WHEELS
18" Chrome Z06,
w/tires, $2000/obo
Call after 6p.m.
(352) 637-6954
Four, 26575R16, load
range E, BF Goodrich,
Tires & alum. mag rims,
lugs & caps. For an
8 lug Ford $600.
(352) 621-3175.
HITCH
Reese for FORD,
$60 OBO, Call. after 6
(352) 344-5436
Topper
off of Ford F150, 8ft bed
$50.
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Buy-Sell-Trade ATV, 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/
US19-alrport. 212-3041
FREE REMOVAL OF
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Cars. ATV's, et ski's,
3 wheelers. 628-2084
VEHICLES WANTED,
Dead or Alive.
Call Smitty's Auto
628-9118




1996 MERCURY
COUGAR
100000 miles, AM/FM
Stereo, Cassette, loaded
$800.00 or best offer.
needs work.
352-697-0990


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$3,500. (352) 628-2711
MERCURY
'03, Grand Marquis, 20k
mi. garaged, like new,
dealer maintained
$14,500. (352) 344-3165
MERCURY '95 Tracer LX
4 dr, loaded, 72K, auto
AC, alloys, clean, cass.
$2850. 352-382-4541
MERCURY GR
MARQUIS LS 2001
77,700 mi. owner,
$7800, Exc. cond. Spec
ally tuned susp w/ dual
exhaust. Electronic in-
stru. panel,multi-CD
player. 352-446-0006
NISSAN
'05, Altima. S series. 18k
mi., auto, PW & PL, CD.
trans. factory warranty
$16,500., 220-3972


1998 CHEVY
Cavalier, exc cond, 1
owner, super clean,
AC, cruise, 76K, dealer
malnt. $5,000. 302-4510

'98 Nissan Ultima
Power Pack, Sunroof, CD..$5,995
'99 Toyota Corolla
4dr,Power Pack, Sunrof, Nice!.$7,980
'02 Chevy Cavalier
2dr, Black, Shap, Loaded $7,995
MANY MORE IN STOCK ALL
UNDER WARRANTY



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CARS. TRUCKS. SUVS
CREDIT REBUILDERS
$500-$1000 DOWN
Clean, Safe Autos
CONSIGNMENT USA
909 Rt44&US19Airport
564-1212 or 212-3041
BMW
5301, Needs work,
$1700.0BO.
(352) 302-6082
BUICK
1988, Century, above
average Int. and body
no rust or dents needs
starter & battery $250.
(352) 564-1816
BUICK '95 Skylark
Custom 4dr, loaded,
76K, V-6, great MPG,
$2850. 352-382-7764
BUICK
'96, Skylark, 43k orig. mi,
excellent shape
$5,000. obo
352 257-9321
CADILLAC
1996, Sedan Deville,
triple bik, beaut.
cond, $4200 Firm
(352) 270-3030
(352) 302-4326
CADILLAC
'93 Seville, low miles,
exc. cond. A must see
auto. $5,200
(352) 746-9212
CADILLAC DEVILLE
1998,85K mi. Exc. cond.
Gold pearl coat, all
leather. $8,000
(352) 382-0001

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(Rescue Mission for
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at (352) 527-6500

CAMARO '95
White, V-6, auto, AC, tilt
CD plyr. 74K orig. ml.
Great Shape, $4500
(352) 634-0432
CHEVROLET
'77, Impala, excel, body
&'Interior, 4DR, needs
drive train, $2,100.
352-563-0238, 302-8090
CHEVY
'89, Caprice, V6, AC,
looks and runs great.
$1,500.
(352) 302-7420
CHEVY CORVETTE
2005 VET 17500 MILES
$46,600 ONE OWNER
4/29/05 MSRP $52,585
6SPD, DUEL TOPS
XM,ONSTAR, BOSE 6CD
CALL 352-949-0094
REASONABLE OFFER
Chrysler Sebring
Conv. JXI Gold Edition,
1999, 78k orig. miles, CD
player,,$6500.
(352) 503-3198
DODGE
'00, Neon, blue, auto,
good Xmas present
$2,900.
(352) 228-7526
FORD
'05, Focus, 9,500 ml.,
cruise control, PW, mint
condition, $16,000.
'(352) 344-2550
FORD
'96, Taurus, GL, green,
6cy. 56k mil.
$2,000.
(352) 341-3295
FORD ESCORT LX
1991,4dr.gd. cond.
cold AC, $2000/obo
352- 794-0446 or
352-270-0183
Ford Mustang 5.0
1992, Ltd. edition, LX
conv., vibrant red, real
creme puff, excel,
cond., gar. Sr. Driver,
$8,895. (352) 628-0003

FORD MUSTANG
Convert. '03, Red/blk
Ithr.V6 auto. Full pwr.
looks & runs like new
32k. $14,900. 527-9616
HONDA
1988, CRXSI, runs &
looks good, low
mileage, $4,000. OBO.
(352) 628-3248
HONDA
2000, Accord LX, 4
cycl, auto, 4 dr, gold,
74K, Original Owner,
Exc cond, $9500.
(352) 726-0230
Honda CRX
1986, 170k,'runs great,
,good work car. $650.
OBO (352) 795-3701
Honda Prelude SI
1993, auto., black, A/C.
CD, Sunroof, like new.
$3500. (352) 339-5158
Hyundai Sonata
2001,53k, pearl color,
auto, pwr. str/brk, A/C,
$6500.
(352) 795-8040
LINCOLN
2001 Signature Towncar
white, w/beige leather.
Looks, drives, like new.
$13,900. (352)746-3876
MAZDA
'99, Miata, MX5, 10
aniv. special, ed. #3908
6 speed. 60k mi., Blue
$9,900. (352) 746-6583
MERCEDES 300D
1984. 1 owner, all
records, new Mich.
Tires, low miles. Excell.


'82 CADILLAC
65K mi., $2,500. obo
Trade?
(352) 560-0043
BMW Motorcycle
1979, R45, Good cond,
w/sidecar, $2000.
(352) 795-8040
CHEVROLET
'65, Nova, Goodrench
motor, turbo 400 trans.
$3,500. abo
(352) 726-9342
CHEVROLET
'77, Impala, excel, body
& interior, 4DR, needs
drive train, $2,100.
352-563-0238, 302-8090
DODGE
'79, Little Red Express,
all orig., excel. cond.,
drive today, correct
eng. & trany $15k (352)
563-0121, 607-387-6639
FORD
'01, Saleen Mustang,
White/blk, convertible,
2 seater opt., roll bar,
5 spd. excel cond., very
fast, The real deal. $32k
(352) 563-0121,
(607) 387-6639
M.G.B. ROADSTER
1977, very gd cond
Asking $5,300. Call for
info. (352) 860-2515 or.
(352) 228-2512.
MUSTANG 1970
6cyl, runs needs some
work. $2200. obo
(352) 628-4027
Triumph TR7
1976, newly painted
yellow & restored.
$11,000. OBO
(352) 795-6764




CHEVROLET
'86 Silyerado, red, 354,
true duals, $4,000
(352) 344-9575
CHEVY
1994, Blazer 4x4, high
mileage, new trans, exc
cond, $1500.OBO
(352) 795-6901
DODGE
99, Ram 1500,4-dr., low
mi., fully loaded, tow
pkg, spray bed,$12,900
obo (352) 613-5563
DODGE RAM 150
Royal SE 1986, full sz
topper, Runs/ looks
good. $2200/obo
66K (352) 341-0786'
FORD
'80, F350, 12ft flat dump,
$2,500. cash or trade
(352) 422-2554
FORD
'89, Ranger, V6,4x4,
5 spd. blk w/ red Interior
long bed. $2,000. obo
(352) 795-4477
FORD RANGER
'88, locking toolbox,
very clean in & out.
Runs/looks great!
$1500. (352) 795-4770
GMC
2001, Sierra, SLE, xcab.
all power, V8, color
Pewter, 45,818 mi.
$14,990. (352) 746-0939
GMC
2003, Yukon XL Denali,
loaded, like.new,
$27,500 352-854-0017
352-427-3595
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TOYOTA
'03, Tundra, 33k mi.,
warranty to 80k mi.,
New Mich. Tires/Wheels
$21,500. (352) 628-1089
TOYOTA
'91, dually, needs, TLC,
but with real nice mov-
ing or storage box
firstS900 (352) 637-1242




CHEVY
1996, S-Blazer 4x4, runs
perfect, 150K mi., 4.3V6,
new Michelins, new
trans, $2,995
(352) 628-7007
FORD EXPLORER
2002, 67, 500 m. ,XLT,
Leather, third row seat
and rear a/c,$12,000
352-746-3003
HUMMER
2003, H2, 4 whl dr,
automatic, loaded,
60K, good cond,,
$28,800. (352) 527-8198
JEEP
'01, Cherokee Sport,
black, 4 DR, cold AC,
take over payments
$168. mo. 352-795-9976
JEEP CHEROKEE
1986,4x4, 156,000
MILES, $1000., RUNS
GOOD, EXC. INTERIOR
220-8559
PLEASE LEAVE MESSAGE
NISSAN XTERRA
'02 Yellow, super
charged. 1 owner, 56K.
like new, $12,900.
(352) 726-6375. Iv. msg.
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Associate
Real Estate Sales
Exit Realty Leaders
(352) 422-6956
CHEVY
'97, Venture,
excellent condition
$3,500.
(352) 527-0785
CHEVY ASTRO LT
1994, extended, load-
ed, exc. running cond,
Very well maint. 118K
$3400. (352) 860-2243
DODGE
2000 Tiara, hi top con-
version, exc. cond., 25K
mi., 16 mpg, $13,500
Must see (352) 527-2690
MERCURY
1994, Villager,
body/inter very good
cond, upgraded.
stereo, needs engine,
$500. 352-302-6082
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AIV & UIK I ltIK
150cc ATV $750.00 &
125cc Dirt Bike $550.00
4 mo. old / sell as pair
$1200. 352-302-6608
ATV + ATC USED PARTS
Buy-Sell-Trade ATV, ATC,-
Go-carts 12-5pm Dave's
USA (352) 628-2084
YAMOTO '05 -
110cc., 2WD, goes
in reverse, 3 speed, no
clutch, tires like new,
$795. (352) 382-4611
YAMOTO
2006, 150 cc, auto.,
elec. start, with reverse,
less than 10 hrs ridden
C1 .nn h- oHernandrln


2UU0 EIxremeScl OorUUI,
125cc, good cond. less
than 700mi., asking
$1,200.
(352) 465-6051
BMW
'92, K75 Touring Bike,
w/ windshields, and
hard saddle bags,
gar. kept, $3,000.obo
352-621-3980,228-3153
GOLDWING
Honda 82, Black & Silver
new tune up and bat-
tery, runs great, $2500
10008 E Hwy. 44, Inver.
(352) 726-6128
HARLEY 2003 100TH
Anniversary Fat Boy,
Thunderhead pipes,
saddlebags, windshield
4800 mi. Exc. cond.
$14,500. (352) 634-4031
HARLEY DAVIDSON
2003 SOFTTAIL
DEUCE
Anniversary Edition,
Silver & Black, 7200
miles, some extras,
$16,800. Please call
352-527-8601.
Harley Davidson
2005, Softtail,
screaming eagle
exhaust, w/stage 2
kit. Windshield, sissy
bar. Dealer. Main-
tained. $13,900.
(352) 465-3797
HONDA
2005, CRF 150 Dirtbike,
BBR Gold Series
exhaust, excel rims,
maxxis tires, CDI Rev
Box, more extras.
$2500 OBO.
(352) 464-1336
HONDA
'87 Goldwing
Aspencade 1200 cc,
low mi., super machine,
$4,500 (352) 746-9212
Kawasaki KX 85
2001 Dirtbike, runs,
looks great, nice shape,
$1000/obo
(352) 637-5143
KX 100
Save $1.000. used
4 times, like new,
excellent gift.
(352) 302-7073
MOTORCYCLE TRAILER,
new, 4x8, also can be
used as utility trailer,
$450.
(352) 382-5050
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SUZUKI
'03, Burgman, 400cc.
4,400mi., excel, cond.
$4,000.
(352) 489-0386
SUZUKI
'05, Katana 600,
$5,500. obo
(352) 489-7268
Suzuki 2004
RM85 dirt bike, lots of
extras & extra parts,
great tires, $1800
(352) 563-5449


'lIus Mlero
2000, Loaded, Runs
great. 120k, $3950.
(352) 302-3107
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TOYOTA CAMRY
SOLARA 2004
20,249, Air Condition,
PS, PW,, Power Door
Locks, Premium Wheels,
Moon Roof, Premium
Sound, Leather, Power
Seating, $18,5000
excellent condition,
willing to trade for
equivalent flats boat.
(352) 795-0595
, ".


PATHFINDER
1989 2DR, 4WD, Cold
AC, PS,PB, many extras.
127K miles. $2000 B00.
352-417-0009.




FORD RANGER 4x4
1988 Cab Plus, 6 cyl.
2.9L, 117,500 mi, Asking
$2500. (352) 344-0786
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511-1220 TUCRN
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Citrus County Board
of County Commissioners will meet In Special Meeting
for the purpose of conducting an ATTORNEY/CLIENT
SESSION on Tuesday, January 10, 2006, at 10:00 o'clock
A.M., in the Commission Meeting Room, Citrus County
Courthouse, 110 North Apopka Avenue, Inverness, Flori-
da. for the purpose of commencing an attorney/client
session pursuant to Section 286.011(8), Florida Statutes.
The purpose of the ATTORNEY/CLIENT SESSION will be to
discuss settlement negotiations and litigation strategy,
Including, but not limited to, an action styled: James
D. Ownbv and Citrus Sprinas Landowner's Association.
Inc.. on behalf of themselves and all others similarly sit-
uated vs. Citrus County. Florida: Citrus Sorinas Municipal
Services Benefit Unit: Citrus County Prooerty Appraiser'
and Citrus County Tax Collector. Case No.:
2004-CA-1840.
Pursuant to said statute, the Board will meet In open
session and subsequently commence the attor-
ney/client session which Is estimated to be approxi-
mately one (1) hour in duration. At the conclusion of
the ATTORNEY/CLIENT SESSION the meeting shall be re-
opened.
Those persons to be in attendance at this ATTOR-
NEY/CLIENT SESSION are as follows:
Commissioner Gary Bartell
Commissioner Jim Fowler
Commissioner Dennis Damato
Commissioner Joyce Valentine
.Commissioner Vicki Phillips
Richard Wm. Wesch, County Administrator
Robert B. Battista, County Attorney
Michele L. Lieberman. Assistant County Attorney
Millie A. Mainwaring, Assistant County Attorney
Robert A. Williams, Fowler White Boggs Banker
Charles Wachter, Fowler White Boggs Banker
Representative of Joy Hayes Official Court Reporters
Gary Bartell, Chairman
Board of County Commissioners
of Citrus County, Florida
Published one (1) time in the Citrus County Chronicle,
December 20, 2005.

509-1228 TU/WCRN
AA-05-14/Brown
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following public hear-
ing will be held by:
The Citrus County Planning and Development Review
Board (PDRB) on January 5, 2006, at 9:00 AM, In the
Lecanto Government Building, 3600 West Sovereign
Path, Room 166, Lecanto, Florida. Please note that the
PDRB meeting begins at 9:00 AM. The actual time that
a particular iem is discussed will vary depending on
how fast the PDRB moves through the agenda.
1. Said hearing shall be for the purpose of considering
an amendment to the Land Development Code Atlas
(LDCA). At this hearing a recommendation will be
mode and forwarded to the Citrus County Board of
County Commissioners.
2. All persons desiring to be heard, to speak for or
against, may be heard,
AA-05-14 McKean & Associates Engineers. Inc. on be-
half of Jim Brown Is requesting an amendment to pro-
vide for a major modification of the approved Master
Plan of Development for Pelican Cove, thereby effec-
tively amending Ordinances 89-A72 (Z-89-46), 90-A18
(Z-90-11) and 2002-A21 (AA-02-09). More specifically,
the request Is to reduce the maximum number of
dwelling units in Phases I and II from one-hundred four
(104) to one-hundred two (102) units. The plan amend-
ment provides for a redistribution of six (6) dwellings
units (three duplexes) to be located in the northwest
proximity of the project (corner of North Cove Shore
Drive and West State Park Street) In Phase II. Also, a
recreational amenity (picnicking) Is proposed at the
southwest corner of the project. The request Is for
property lying In Sections 17 and 18, Township 18 South,
Range 17 East, Further described as Parcels 44410 and
44400 (inclusive of Pelican Cove Condo), located
South of West State Park Street (Crystal River Area). A
complete legal description is on file with the Depart-
ment of Development Services.
Information regarding the Land Development Code or
Comprehensive Plan Is available on the Internet at
http://www.bocc.citrus.fl.us (click on the Community
Development link). All persons desiring to become a
party to the proceedings may submit a "request to In-
tervene" pursuant to procedures set forth in Article II.
Division 2. of the Citrus County Code of Ordinances.
Such request shall be submitted to Department of De-
velopment Services at least five (5) working days
(excluding Weekends and Holidays) prior to the hear-
ing on the matter. A "request to intervene" may be
obtained on-line: click on "Quasl-Judicial-FAQ'. If any
person decides to appeal any decision made by the
board with respect to any matter considered at this
meeting or hearing, he or she will need a record of the
proceedings and, for such purpose, he or she may
need to insure that a verbatim record of the proceed-
ings is made, which record includes testimony and evi-
dence upon which the appeal is to be based.
Any person requiring reasonable accommodation at
this meeting because of a disability or physical Impair-
ment should contact the County Administrator's Office.
110 N. Apopka Avenue, Room 101, Inverness. Florida
34450, (352) 341-6565, at least two days before the
meeting. If you ore hearing or speech impaired, use
the TDD telephone, (352) 341-6580.
For more information about this application please
contact a Planner at the Department of Development
Services. (352) 527-5239.
Chairman
Planning and Development Review Board
Citrus County. Florida
Published two (2) times in the Citrus County Chronicle,
December 20 and 28, 2005.


504-1220 TUCRN
Notice to Creditors
Estate of John N. Cassell
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR CITRUS COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No, 2005-CP-1486
Division: Probate
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JOHN N. CASSELL
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of JOHN N. CAS-
SELL, deceased, whose
date of death was Sep-
tember 11. 2005, Is pend-
Ing in the Circuit Court for
Citrus County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division; the address
of which is 110 N. Apopka
Avenue, Inverness. FL
34450. The names and
addresses of the personal
representative and the
personal representative's
attorney are set forth be-
low.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or de-
mands against dece-
dent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is re-
quired to be served must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
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 per-
sons having claims or de-
mands against dece-
dent's estate must file
their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, 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 De-
cember 13,2005.
Personal Representative:
/s/ John M. Cassell
7324 W. Green Acres St.
Homosassa, Florida 34446
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
/s/ John S. Clardy III
Florida Bar No. 123129
Crider Clardy Law Firm PA
PO Box 2410
Crystal River. Florida
34423-2410
Telephone: (352) 795-2946



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CLASSIFI


the Citrus County Chroni-
cle, December 13 and 20,
2005,
510-1227 TUCRN
Notice to Creditors
Estate of
Anna M. Inamorati
PUBLIC NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR CITRUS COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO. 2005-CP-1515
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
ANNA M. INAMORATI
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
Estate of Anna M. Inamo-
rati, deceased, whose
date of death was Octo-
ber 6, 2005, is pending In
the Circuit Court for Citrus
County, Florida, Probate
Division, 'the address of
which is 110 North
Apopka Avenue, Inver-
ness, Florida 34450. The
names and addresses of
the personal representa-
tive and the personal rep-
resentative's attorney are
set forth below.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or de-
mands against dece-
dent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice has
been served must file their
claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME
OF FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERV-
ICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other per-
sons having claims or de-
mands against dece-
dent's estate must file
their claims with this Court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF. THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE, 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 De-
cember 20, 2005.
Personal Representative:
/s/ ELAINE R. ABOSHAR
15 Kyle Drive
Salem, New Hampshire
04079
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
HAAG, FRIEDRICH &
BLUME, P.A.
452 Pleasant Grove Road
Inverness, Florida 34452
(352) 726-0901
(352) 726-3345 (Facsimile)
Florida Bar No.: 0196529
/s/ JEANNETTE M. HAAG
Attorney for Estate
Published two (2) times in
the Citrus '.County Chroni-
cle. December 20 and 27,
2005.




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