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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.
Inverness, Fla
Publication Date: December 25, 2005
Copyright Date: 2006
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Subject: Newspapers -- Inverness (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Citrus County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Citrus -- Inverness
Coordinates: 28.839167 x -82.340278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889?
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 48, no. 51 (June 8, 1939).
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Volume ID: VID00359
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WALTER CARLSON/Chronicle
Beautiful lights adorn the home and yard of Charles and Allison Baxter. Their display of lights won the Citrus County Parks and
Recreation't 2?005 Home Holiday Decorating Contest. The Baxters turn their lights on at about 5 p.m. even though it's not quite
dark yet. They have lighted trees in their yard, real and fake, along with' a holographic nativity scene, lighted pond with animals
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"It's been a living night-
mare," Yanez said. "Everyone
has the same problem."
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Katrina are now back to nor-
mal? Think again.
Insurance woes
The Diamondhead club-
house is still closed from
Katrina damage. So Yanez and
her friend, Debbie Wolf, meet
on occasion at the 19th Hole
Bar and Grill. They used to golf
not regularly, competitively.
These days golf doesn't seem
that important.
Wolf and her husband live in
Pass Christian, across the bay
in Harrison County. Their
house is gone. They're staying
in a trailer provided by her
husband's employer.
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30 acres of what once was (~he"
Buccaneer Park from the state
of MIississippi and is creating a
virtual sea of massive tents,
dormitories and recreational
vehicle sites.
The idea is not necessarily to
look out for: locals, though I
Care Village will do that.
Rather, it's a home for
the volunteers.
That's how organized
the Hancock County
relief effort is. There
are groups vdlunteer-
ing to house and feed
others who are in the
community to volun_
!ve teer.
relll Steve IVorrell is the
s the oldest of 14 brothers,
rell half-brothers, step-
ation- brothers and two sis-
fers and will rattle
off each name. "We all love
each -other very much," he
sas th sjust want to help my
Mlorrell hails from Utah. His
wife died in October
more and- friends urged hiim
It the to find a way to help
,le of people. Since his
:ock brother Phit had
Ity adopted Hancock
GE bA ,County as his first
Mlorrell Foundation
project, Steve thought
it made sense to pitch in. And
pitch in he has.
"I need to help people more
than I need to work," the
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WAVELAND, Miss. This is
where the smiles are.
Not the town of Waveland, a
coastal neighborhood utterly
flattened by Hurricane
Katrina.
Not where upscale
homes that once dotted
the Bay of St. Louis and
piers jutted out into the
water. No, those places
are gone. Folks now
survive in small trail-
erS Or BoI Scout-type
tents. ste
Today, several hun- I~
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beaten community will Mo
give Santa their Foune
Christmas wish and
walk away with something.
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Foundation just two months
before Katrina hit. The co-
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whose siblings include D'onny
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t Christmas for Rhonda Yanez
7H8 and her children.
The past four months, since
' Hurricane Katrina hit the
Mississippi coast, have been
nothing short of hell.
First, Yanei spent a month
alone as her children, 13-year-
old Zachary and 10-year-old
Ktie, stayed with her parents
InCitrus Hills. Finally, as the
children's schools re-opened,
t were reunited back in this
g sf course community off
In statee 10.
Children now are spend-
ing ost of their time nearby
with Yanez' ex-husband
becau e her home looks worse
since c ntractors have dragged
their fet repaliring her roof

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h- won't be the
same this year
for the family
of James
Henry, killed
in action. when
his C130
gunship went
down in of
Albania./7A


Sticky
situations
From plain
white school
glue to adhe-
sive made
specifically for
copper, there's
a variety of
glues on the
shelves to
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What do you fe!el are the
county's most pressing needs?


A. Water quality/sewers.
B. Roads/Traffic/Public trans-
portation.
C. New business/jobs.
D. Legalizing gambling.
To vote, simply access the
Chronicle Web site,
www.chronicleonline.com.


Results will appear in the Dec.
31 edition, along with a new
question.
Last week's results:
Do you object to the saying
"Happy Holidays?"
A. No. It refers to Christmas,


Hannukah, Kwanzaa, etc.
38.6% (136)
B. Yes. It's Christmas and we
are Christians. 58.3% (205)
C. No. I don't celebrate
Christmas. 0.6% (3)
D. Yes. I choose not to be
"happy." 1.4% (6)


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Today is Sunday, Dec. 25, the
359th day of 2005. There are six
days left in the year. This is
Christmas Day. The Jewish
Festival of Lights, Hanukkah,

beoda 's Hi light in History:
On Dec. 25, 1818, "Silent Night"'
was performed for t first tme, at
Oberndorff, Austria.

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25 took place in Rome.
In 1776, Gen. George
Washington and his troops
crossed the Delaware River for a
surprise attack against Hessian
forces at Trenton, N.J.
In 1989, ousted Romanian
President Nicolae Ceausescu and
his wife, Elena, were executed fol-

19 1991p, Soit Psd nt
Mikhail S. Gorbachev went on tel-
evision to announce his resigna-
tion as the eighth and final leader
of a communist superpower that
already had gone out of existence.
In 2003, 16 people were killed
by mudslides that swept over
campgrounds in California's San
Bernardino Valley.
Ten years ago: An ailing Pope
John PaulasIcurteshort his tr ition-

crowds he was fighting to regain
his health.
Five years ago: A fire in central
China killed 309 people inside an
unlicensed disco.
One year ago: President Bush
urged Americans to help the need-
iest among them byi volunteering
to care for the sick, the elderly and
the poor in a Christmas Day call
for compassion,
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Actor Gary Sandy is 60. Singer
Jimmy Buffett is 59. Football Hall-
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Country singer Barbara Mandrell is
57. Actress Sissy Spacek is 56.
Actress CCH Pounder is 53.
Singer Annie Lennox is 51.
Reggae singer-musician Robin
Campbell (UB40) is 51. Country
singer Steve Wariner is 51. Singer
Shane MacGowan (The Popes) is
48. Singer Dido is 34.
Thought for Today: "It is
Christmas every time you let God
.love-others through you .. yes, it Is
Christmas every time yiou srbil iat
your brother and offer him your
hand." M~other Teresa of
Calcutta (1910-1997).


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The Citrus County Animal -
Control Shielter has online
listings of impounded- ani- .
mals. Go to the Web page
http://animalcontrol.citrus.fl.
Lus/ and click on "Impoulnded
Animals" to begin a search.


To enquire about the ani-
mals listed here, refer to the
type (cat or dog), age group
and gender in a search.
The shelter can help you
save an innocent pet. The
shelter is in Inverness near


the airport. It is open for
adoptions from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. .Monday through Friday
and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday.
,Call 726-7660 for more
information.


Financial assistance for
spaying and neutering of
your adopted pet is avail-
able through the Humani-
tarians of Florida, 563-2370,
or from the Humane Society
of Citrus County, 341-2222.


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County BRIEFS

Offices to close
for holidays
The following businesses will
observe modified hours through
the holidays:
I All county government
buildings will be closed Monday.
*Banks will be closed Mon-
day, Dec. 26, and Monday, Jan.


also b ::,sd Mnda II
open again on Tuesday. They
will do the same for the New
Year, closing Monday, Jan. 2, for
observance of New Year's Day
for employees.
I The Citrus County Central
Landfill will be closed Monday,
Dec. 26, and Monday, Jan. 2.
M F.S Dspos Inc wil be


customers will be picked up on
the following Thursday. Twice-a-
week Monday and Thursday
customers will have double pick-
up on the following Thursday.
Yard waste customers will be
picked up Thursday, Jan. 5. All
other pick-up days will remain
the same.
I Central Florida Community
College will be closed through
Monday, Jan. 2. The college will
re-open Tuesday, Jan. 3.
r Beverly Hills Waste Man-
agement (Rolling Oaks Utilities)
will be closed Monday, Dec. 26
and Monday, Jan. 2. There will
be no pick up. All Monday cus-
tomers will be picked up on
Thursday, Dec. 29 and Jan. 5.
The yard waste truck will also
be picking up on Thursdays.
I The City of Crystal River
will be closed Monday, Dec. 26,
and Monday, Jan. 2. Trash col-
lection will be collected on the
regular scheduled pick-up days.
Christmas trees will be picked
up with the regular yard waste
on Wednesday.
I The citrus County Chroni-
cle' Circulation department will
be open from 7 to 10 a.m. to-
'.day, and from 8 itmf. to 5 .m.'
Monday. The Chttinicle busiits
ness office in Inverness will be '
closed Monday.
aThe Old Courthouse Heri-
tage Museum will be closed
Monday in observance of the
Christmas holiday. The Museum
will reopen at 10 a.m. Tuesday,
Dec. 27. Normal business hours
are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday
through Friday, Call Laurie
Diestler at 341-6429.
Utility authority
seeks volunteers
The Florida Governmental
Utility Authority (FGUA) is seek-
ing nominations for two member
positions on the Utility Advisory
Committee (UAC).
Both positions are volunteer
roles and filled by appointment
by the board. Nominees must
complete an application..
The UAC will consider and
offer recommendations concern-
ing customer service issues,
development projects, capital


UAC members serve five
years. To obtain an application,
call Bernadine Flood-Nichols at
638-0069 or e-mail blood
@goymsery.com.
NAMI-Citrus group
SO% to meet Jan. 3
The monthly meeting of
NAMI-Citrus will be Tuesday,
Jan. 3, at Good Shepherd
Lutheran Church on County
Road 486 in Lecanto.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for
Talk Circle, followed by a speak-
er, Debbie Lattin, who is spear-
heading efforts to bring Club-
house to Citrus County. One fi-
nancing source is an interna-
tional NAMI concept, called
NAMI Walk. All those interested
in mental health issues are
invited, especially to learn how
they can join in the NAMI Walk.
Buy phone cards for
the Armed Forces
Help our U.S. soldiers phone
home. Simply purchase a firSt-
class phone card and deposit it
in the special box at the Lecanto


post office.
The U.S. Postal Service, in
con unction with the U.S. Armed
Forces, will make sure that our
men and women in Iraq receive
these cards as a gift from the
caring people of Citrus County.
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'Patricia Dunay-and her husband, James, walk Thursday morning through Woodland Estates
while pushing their grandson, EI~jah Dunay, 1. Their pet Chihuahua, Dobble, stays warm by
resting in his owner's coat. Morning temperatures In the mid-30s are expected Monday, but
a warming trend is predicted to increase the morning temps into the 50s by mid-week with
highs in the upper 60s through the week*


Sequin in the crash.
The first section states, "No pedestri-
an shall suddenly leave a curb or other
place of safety and walk or run into the
path of a vehicle which is so close that
it is impossible for the driver to yield."
The second section states, "Every ped-
estrian crossing a roadway at any point
other than within a marked crosswalk at
an intersection shall yield the right-of-
way to all vehicles in the roadway."
Tierney said Faircloth had stopped
his vehicle for the red light. "When the
driver accelerated he (Sequin) walked
into the side of the car," Tierney said.
"His forward motion carried him up
and over the hood. The driver was
applying the brakes. The pedestrian
slid off the hood."
Gerald Sequin gave a different ver-
sion of the event.
While he agrees Faircloth had
stopped for the red light, Sequin dis-
putes Palminteri's claim that he walked
into the left front fender of the car. As
the light turned green, Sequin said, he
was in front of Faircloth's car walking
west to east. He said Faircloth acceler-
ated and hit him. He said his right-side
injuries prove he was in front of the car
when he was hit.
On a related subject, Susan Sequin
cited an Associated press story carried
in the Chronicle on Dec. 4, 2005, that
talked about the high number of
Hispanics killed in pedestrian traffic
accidents in the South. Her husband is
Hispanic.
The story noted that Hispanics die in
pedestrian-vehicle accidents at a high-


er rate than any other racial or ethic
group in every Southern state except
Arkansas, Florida and Tennessee,
where only blacks die at a high rate,
according to 2002 data reported by
states to the federal Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention.
Critics blame poor urban planning,
the story said. As Southern cities and
suburbs expanded rapidly mn recent
decades, planners have focused more
on resolving traffic congestion and
other growth issues then ensuring
pedestrian safety.
The latter point was not lost, on
Sequin. She said the~ Florida
Department of Transportation appears
to be more interested in making sure
traffic flows smoothly on U.S. 19 than
upgrading the intersection to one that
can be more easily crossed by people
on foot,
She said she talked to the FDOT's sig-
nal system engineer in Tampa about
upgrading the U.S. 19 traffic light at
Ozello Trail to make it stay red long
enough for pedestrians to cross. She
said he told her he was willing to con-
sider the upgrade, but it could take a
year to a year-and-a-half to get it done.
Kris Carson, spokeswoman for the
F`DOT, said based on a reporter's
inquiries about the intersection, the
agency would investigate the possibility
of upgrading the light to include pedes-
trian safety features. She said all new
traffic lights are automatically
equipped with these features, but the
older intersections are upgraded as the
need ariseS,


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with his conclusion that Gerald Sequin
walked into the side of Faircloth's car
as the vehicle accelerated after the
light tui~ned green.
The case has been closed for months.
The sheriff's office requested a backup
investigation by the Florida Highway
Patrol. The results of the FHP probe
backed Palminteri's findings, but Susan
Sequin said the investigation's conclu-
sions have frustrated her anid her hus-
band.
"It was surprising to us. Who would
have thought a pedestrian would have
so few rights," she said.
Gerald Sequin is retired and walks
along Ozello Trail every morning to
reach St. Benedict Catholic Church for
prayer. He picks up litter along the way.
When he retired, he chose to live in a
home along Ozello Trail due to its close
proximity to the church. He enjoys the
morning prayers,
The traffic light at U.S. 19 and Ozello
Trail has no crosswalk markings and no
button for pedestrians to push to stop
traffic when they wish to cross. The
closest traffic light equipped with a
pedestrian button is a half-mile north of
Ozello Trail at Home Depot, but there is
no sidewalk on either side of U.S. 19 to
reach the intersection,
Sheriff 's office spokeswoman Gail
Tierney, speaking for Palminteri, cited
two paragraphs in the Florida Criminal
and Vehicle Handbook as the basis for
Palminteri's decision to fault Gerald


Gerald Sequin crossed U.S. 19 when
the traffic light at Ozello Trail turned
red on Oct. 19, as he had done dozens of
times before. This time, the outcome
was different.
When he was halfway across the
northbound lane, the light turned green
and a car that had been stopped for the
red light accelerated and hit him, he
said.
Sequin, who was walking from west
to east, said he was struck on the right
side of his body and thrown on the hood
of the car, which was driven by 91-year-
old Raymond Faircloth of Safety
Harbor. Sequin said he was badly
bruised along his right side, but no
bones were broken.
The accident occurred at 7 a.m. at a
traffic light with no pedestrian crossing.
Faircloth` and his wife, Margaret, who
was a passenger, were not hurt.
Neither Sequin nor Faircloth were
given citations, but the sheriff's office
listed Sequin as being at fault in the
crash. Sequin's wife, Susan, can't
believe her husband, a pedestrian, was
blamed for the wreck. She said the car
ran into her husband.
Sheriff's Sgt. Joe Palminteri, who
investigated, disagrees with Sequin.
_Palminteri said damage to the left front
fender of Faircloth's car was consistent


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the names of anyone pictured, and include a contact name
and phone number on the back.
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* At the end of the year, a panel of judges will select the best
. photo during the year and that photographer will win a prize.
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Citrus County Sheriff
Domestic battery
arrest
a Gilbert S. Louke, 25,
Homosassa, at 4:22 a.m. Saturday
on charges of domestic battery
and resistinglobstructing an officer
without violence.
Louke is being held without
bond.
Other arrests
I Kenneth Joseph Damato,
35, 1151 N. Fan Palm Point,
~Crystal River, at 9:06 a.m. Friday
on a charge of violation of an
injunction for protection.
Bond was set at $2,500.
m Michael Sharell Walker, 28,
472 N.E. Crystal St.,' Crystal River,
at 8:39 p.m. Friday on a charge of
driving with a suspended/revoked

lcneBond was set at $5,000.
I Matthe Thomas Bohnak, 36,
8008 Pine Hollow Court, Floral '
.City, at 9:14 p.m. Friday on a mis-
demeanor battery charge.
Bond was set at $1,000.
. 5a John W. Brundon, 29, 3 S.
Davis St., Beverly Hills, at 2:14
a.m. Saturday on charges of pos-
- session of a controlled substance,
- driving with a suspended/revoked


license, aggravated battery and
battery.
Bond was set at $8,000.
Crystal River Police
Arrests
I James D. Edwards, 33, 144
Mary St., Inglis, at 2 a.m. Saturday
on charges of battery and resist-
inglobstructing an officer without
violence.
Bond was set at $1,000.
M Kenneth Joseph Damato,
35, 1151 N. Fan Palm Point,
Crystal River, at 2:13 a.m.
Saturday on a charge of affray.
Bond was set at $500.
I Daniel Gainer Jr., 24, 1254
S. Rock Crusher, Homosassa, at
2:13 a.m. Saturday on a charge of
possession of a controlled sub-
stance and affray.
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Florida Highway
Patrol
DUI arrest
I Sharon Stevens Oliver, 49,
7028 S. Threshold Point,
Homosassa, at 11:33 p.m. Friday
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BAY ST. L'OUIS, Miss. We are
here to deliver Christmas gifts, and
that's exactly what happened.
Along the way, we received a few
spiritual gif ts of our own.
Friends provided the presents, my
10-year-old daughter, Erin, and I pro-
vided the transportation. The van was
packed to the gills. One more gift.and
I'd be driving~ the van like Fred
Flintstone, without a front seat .
VI~any gifts were in boxes provided
by Inverness Mayor Bob Plaisted and
his friend Carl"Taylor, both with the
First Baptist Church of Inverness.
Both visited ~Hancock County a few
months back and left a "fifth-wheel"*
- sort of like a recreational vehicle -
parked behind the Bayou Talla
Fellowship Church in Kiln (or "the
Kil" as locals call it).
While there, the two hooked up
with a woman who knew of a few local
families in dire need this Christmas
season. Plaisted and Taylor adopted
two families, contacted them to learn
their needs, and then went about col-
lecting donations from church mem-
bers.
And- that's why my van was loaded
with 2 tons of toys, games, clothing


and other gifts.
We drove out to Waveland to visit
Jackie Bilbo, 28, and her two children:
Caleb, 2 and Mia, 5. Jackie has lived in
W~iveland most of her life, though she
bought her house just a few years ago.
Now it's a mass of mud and mold. The
family lives in a small trailer provided
by the Federal Emergency
Management Agency, or FEMA.
Asked about life in the FEMA trail-
er and Jackie makes a face. "There's
just not enough room," she says, but
then quickly adds: "I'm very thankful.
A lot of people don't have anything."
Like a lot of people in Hancock
County, Christmas is a blur.
"It doesn't feel like Christmas at
all," she says. "It really don't."
unm
Our two-night home is this fifth-
wheel behind the Bayou Talla
Fellowship church. They've got a pret-
ty impressive volunteer setup there
with Samaritan's Purse, a faith-based
group that organizes, relief efforts
across the country where needed. The
church's front yard is filled with RVs,
vans and pickup trucks.
Brother Glen Pastugue, 30, explains
how it works. Everyone's up around 5
in the morning. Church volunteers
make breakfast' for the relief volun-
teers and then they get their assign-
ments. Groups go out each day to
remove debris, rebuild homes and do
other manual labor: They return short-
ly after dark for dinner, a time of fel-
lowship and then well-deserved sleep.
This happens every single day.
Brother Pastugue's been with


Bayout Talla since 1999. He lives a
few miles away. Asked how his home
survived the hurricane and he gives
the most interesting answer:
"I have spiritually grown more the last
three months; than in my entire life."

During the afternoon Erin and I
stop in the church for a restroom
break. The place is empty. In walks a
Kentucky highway patrolman by the
name ofJim Whitaker,
'Jim's here to provide patrol backup
for Hancock County officers. Deep
down, though, he wants to help the
kids.
He explains he's carrying with him
candy and patrolman badges and is
handing them out to kids wherever he
goes. We have a pleasant conversation
in the church's foyer before he leaves.
As Erin and I leave, we notice Jim
at a home across the street, doing
exactly what he just told us he wants
to do. He's speaking to a dad and his
children, giving them a little
Christmas joy.
amm
Well, we knew where the boxes
from the- First Baptist Church of
Inverness were going, but what about
the rest of the presents? Ummm. No
clue.
So we drive into Bay St. Louis and I
spy some activity in a downtown
building. Turns .out it's the First
Baptist Church of Bay St. Louis and of
course they'd like our stuff' .
The church, damaged by flood water
but incredibly not destroyed, has a
food pantry and Christmas items for


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Jackie Blibo and her two children, Caleb and Mia, received boxes of Christmas
gifts from members of the First Baptist Church of Inverness. Bilbo, 28, has lived
in the Waveland area nearly all her life.
anyone who needs them, so long as busy.
they're Hancock County residents. "We've had a lot of people come in
Volunteer Karen Leech, a five-year with their kids," she says. "We've seen
member of the church, says it's been lots of kids leave with smiles."


cameras to gake picture,
time I went to take a picture, I
just couldn't do it I started cry-
ing. After that I decided I'd just
take pictures of the joy. I can't
take pictures of that other stuff.
I'll leave that to the media typess"
There is plenty of joy at the I
Care Village. Santa visited a
few weeks ago and sent wishes
to more than 1,000 children
and their families. He's out
there again this afternoon,
doing the same thing. He'll stay
until all the cl' i idren have left.
As for Steve! Morrell, the
foundation's commitment is at
Weasl esear, he says, "until
we don't have to."


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The layout is impressive. A
massive dining tent doubles as
Sa social area. Dormitories may
house up to 200 volunteers. He
is building another 70 RV pads
for volunteers. The on-site
accommodations include
washers, dryers and showers.
~It's home for volunteers from
across the country.
He asks that volunteers pay a
$10 donation for food, but he
,viders" won't demand it.
. Most of the trees, bent or
.destroyed from the hurricane
anyway, were removed to make
S. room for the village.
. Through one clearing he
points to ~the white slab of a
mileitifloor hotel. tA church had
buiilt ~that hotel t~o raise a little
~money. Katrina hit the day
~after it was dedicated. No one
~spent a single night there.
~Waveland is a strange place
- these days. Once filled with
high-scale homes and gorgeous


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emergency, the Small Business
Administration, or SBA, offers
low-interest loans to rebuild
Homes. The Wolfs applied for
an SBA loah and were
approved. Then they decided
that rather than rebuild in a
flood zone, they'd buy a home
on Diamondhead.
There went the loan. SBA
would pay to rebuild, but not to
buy elsewhere. They've had to
reapply and go through the
paperwork again,
Their home was worth
$225,000. Flood insurance was
at $60,000, and that's what the
Wolfs received and not a penny
more. Worse, she said, was that
flood insurance is guaranteed
by the federal government,
Meaning her insurance compa-
ny didn't lose a dime,
"I've 1 vd thr fo 28
Yearss" she said. "After 28 years
of paying premiums, they're
Spaying n 'rs scarc

Comparing her situation to
others, especially in Bay St.
Lousocapd irWay and, Yanez
SHer roof needs to be
replaced, the drywall was torn
up and a back sunroom was
destroyed. Yanez soon learned,
however, that to find decent
contractors in a hurricane zone
was practically impossible.
Hancock County is a small
place, about 48,000 people, so
most contractors are from
other areas. A local company
couldn't do her work, but it sent
her to someone reliable, or so
she thought. This company did-
n't do the proper work, tried to
bill for work undone, then
walked off the job when she
complained.
Every day is a new chal-
lned cEvery day, a new

sa'dW stduant t to n she
wanted that to end. We've been
waithug e ery day since then


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Road to recovery
Strange. Yanez had this same
conversation with a Chronicle
reporter in September, just
weeks after Katrina hit. Few
things have changed.
Frustration is getting to the
breaking point; Jan. 1 marks
what they hope is a new begin-
ning, but now it's hard to see.
"It's frightening, really
frightening," she said. "People
are still living in tents. How is
that possible? People who
don't understand think we're
OK here."
Asked how the, locals are
looking forward to Christmas,
she seerthed exasperated.
"Christmas? How can you
have Christmas in all of this?"
Yanez said she and others
are sick of hearing President
Bush saying federal aid has put
themdon hetroa to rechoer he
thinks everything is moving
forward," Yanez said. "When it
comes to getting any help fr~om


the government or insurance
companies, they've let us
down."
Yanez and her friend
exchanged glances and
laughed. In the weeks before
Katrina, they were looking at


Once filled with

high-scale homes
and gOf0US
beachfront '

(Waveland) has .
that look now of

utter devastation.

beachfront, it has that look now
of utter devastation. Debris still
hhang fromV are that surround
Morrell is optimistic.
"I know in two years these
oak trees are going to have a
canopy out there," he says. "I
know it's going to be beautiful."
Waveland shocks Morrell to
a point where he tears~up dis-
cussing it'
"I was 10 when they bombed
Hiroshima and Nagasaki, so I
knew what to expect," he says,
then quiets for a moment.
'"The first time I came here, I
brought three of those digital

plans.
"Be careful what you ask for.
I wanted a new home," Wolf
said.
Yanez continued: "I wanted a
new job. Now I have no job and
she has no home."


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Ronald 'Bob'

CITRUS SRIN8G s
Ronald R. "Bob" Hopper, 68,
Citrus Springs died Friday,
Dec. 23, 2005.
He moved to
Florida in
1998 from Ma-
hopac, N.Y.
He retired .
from the Board of Education of
Yonkers, N.Y, as a warehouse
manager.
He was an avid Yankees fan
and had served in the I~f.S.
Marine Corps.
He was preceded in death by
his wife, Dorothy, in 2004.
He is survived by his two
daughters, Nancy. DeFeo and
husband Patrick of Ellenton
and Debralee Shaw of
Bradenton; brother Joseph of
Ocala; two sisters, Lenore
Coyne and Grace Stannard,
both of Citrus Springs;' and
eight grandchildren.
Mansion Memorial Park and
F~meral Home, Ellenton, Fla,

Caro.Lynn
Smith, 65
CR Y STAL RIVER
Carol-Lynn Smith, 65,
Crystal River died Sunday,
Dec. 18, 2005, at her residence.
She was born May 8, 1940, in
Yonkers, N.Y., to William
Charles and Jessie Cooper
(Craig) Smith and moved to this
area in 1994 from Schaumburg,
Ill.
She was a fourth-grade
teacher at Central Road
Elementary School in Rolling
Meadow~sIll., for 37 years. She
co-authored several Social
Studies books and workbooks.
Ms. Smith was actively
-involved in the Crystal River
Village Homeowners' Associa-
tion for the past nine years.
She was past president, past
secretary, newsletter editor
and enjoyed serving as artist
for the Village.
She was an avid golfer and
reader. She enjoyed wood-
working, traveling, painting
and being an arts and crafts
instructor.
She was Christian',
Survivors include two
'osn, Patrii Ban o
Craig of Honolulu, Hawaii;
extended family members,
Michelle Brennan and hus-
band Tom of Orange Park,
Ralph Pembroke of Spencer-
port, N.Y., 1 atthew Pembroke
of Rochester, N.Y., Marsha
G eie and h sband,I Dn, o

Marrella of Palmyra, N.Y.
Phillip Marrella and wife,
Sharon, of Ovid, N.Y., Ann
Gostomski and husband, Ron,
of Palmyra, N.Y.; 13 great
nieces and nephews; and spe-
cial friends in New York,
Florida, Illinois and Germany.
Strickland Phneral Home,
Crystal River.

Mabel TCucker, 83
HOMOSASSA
Mabel E. Tucker, 83, Hom-
osassa, died Thursday, Dec. 22,
2005, at Surrey Place in
Lecanto under the care of the
staff and Hospice of Citrus
County.
She was born March 22, 1922,
to Cecil and Ruth (Snyder)
Allender in Nashville, Ind.
She came here from Indi-
anapolis, Ind., 21 years ago.


She was a member of New
Hop Ba tista cChrh(formerly
She was preceded mn death
by her husband, William
Charles Tucker, who died Feb.
9, 1995; and two brothers, Glen
Allender of Indianapolis and
George Allender of Hom-
osassa.
Survivors include her daugh-
ter, Charlotte Dinkelman and
husband Alan of Homosassa;
seven grandchildren, Scott
Jones and wife Darla of Pine
Ridge, Brian Breedlove and
wife Nancy of Deltona, Brad
Breedlove and wife Myriam of
Charlotte, N.C., Roy Breedlove
and wife Janet of Spokane,
Wash., Duane Dinkelman and
wife Lori of Enumelaw, Wash.,
and Annette Lloyd and hus-
band Shawn of Vancouver,
Wash.; nine great-grandchil-
dren, Jamie Baker, Zachary
Lloyd, Patrick Jones, Ashlee
Breed love, Brian Breed love,
Chloe Breedlove, Payton
Breedlove, Jalyn Breedlove
and Garrett Breed love;- broth-
er,~ Bobby Allender adnd wife
Anna Lee of Bloomington; four
sisters, Mary Brown and hus-
band Earl of Inverness, Beryl
Deckard and husband Art of
Inverness, Irene Schroeder of
Nashville, Ind., and Dolly
Wodtke' and husband Norman
of Plainfield, Ind. She also
leaves behind many nieces,
Nephews and friends.
Wilder Fute'ral Home,
Homosassa Springs.

Donald Wolfe, 75
HOMOSASSA
Donald L. Wolfe, 75, of Hom-
osassa died Friday Dec. 23,
2005, at Seven Rivers Regional
Medical Center in Crystal
River
He was born
Jan. 12, 1930, to
Fred M. and
Katherine
(Quinn) Wolfe
in Ober, Ind.
He served in the U.S. Air
force as a staff sergeant.
He worked as a retired pro-
duction superintendent for
Northern Indiana Public
Service Co., of Hammond, Ind..
He came here from Lake
Station, nd., aieme of 4
the Supervisors and Forum
Club and was a deacon and
head usher at Faith Baptist
Church of Homosassa.
He was preceded in death by
his parents; brother, Ray
Wolfe; three sisters, Vera Hirte,
Brnicea McGove s and J she

K~yle Wolfe.
Survivors include his wife of
55 years, D. June Wolfe of
Homosassa; three sons, Jeff
Wolfe and wife Alexis of
Manhattan, Ill., Quinn Wolfe
and wife Becky of Holbart,
Ind., and Stephen Wolfe of
Brandon; daughters, Janet
Zachary of Tarpon Springs,
and Carol Reuther and hus-
band Scott of Sethner; and nine
grandchildren.
A memorial service will be
held at a later date.
Wilder Funeral Home,
Homosassa Springs.

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Ronald R. "Bob" Hopper.
Visitation will be from 6 to 8
p~m. Tuesday, Dec. 27, 2005, at
Mansion Memorial Funeral
Home, 1400 36th Ave. E.,


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Funeral services for Floren
M. Hutchingson, 89, of Ho
osassa, will be at 11 a.
Wednesday, Dec. 28, 2005
Wilder Flmneral Home, Ho
osassa Springs, with Fr. Da~
A. Banks officiating. Entom
ment will follow in FountE
Memorial Park. Friends will
received 10 a.m. Wednesd
until the hour of the service.
Jane L Kemp. Ftlmeral se:
ice for Jane L. Kemp, 65,
Homosassa, will be at 11 a.
Tuesday, Dec. 27, 2005, at Wild
Funeral Home, Homosas
Springs, with Pastor R
Harriman officiating. Entom
ment will follow in Fountr
Memorial Park. Fl~iends will
received 10 a.m. Tuesday un
the hour of the service.
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rial service for Carol-Ly:
Smith, 65, of Crystal River, w
be at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Dc
28, 2005, from the Strickla
Funeral Home Chapel
Crystal River. In lieu of flo
ers, the family suggests tl
those who wish may make
memorial contribution to t
Florida Sheriff's Youth Rane
Citrus County Animal Shelf
or Hospice of Citrus Counl
Envelopes will be provided
the funeral home. Private c
mation arrangements und
the direction of S'tricklal
Funeral Home, Crystal Rivet
Mabel E. Tucker. Funel
services for Mabel E. Tuck
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p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 28, 20(
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with Pastor Eric Justice al
Pastor Wiley Wooten office
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Memorial Gardens Bevel
Hills. Friends will be receive
from 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.
Tuesday at Wilder Funel
Home, Homosassa Sprint
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Crystal
River took
this photo
~7a~ while on a
trail hike
in the
summer of
2003.
This is
Jade Lake
~iP~in
Shoshone
National
Forest in
Dubois,
Wy.
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The Chronicle and The Accent Travel
Group are sponsoring a photo contest for
readers of the newspaper.
Readers are invited to send a photo-
graph from their Dream Vacation with a
bIrief description of the trip.
If it's selected as a winner, it will be
~published in the Sunday Chionicle.
At the end of the year, a panel of
judges will select the best photo during
the year and that photographer will win a
pnize
Please avoid photos with computerized
dates on the print.
Please make sure photographs are in
sharp focus.
Photos should be sent to the Chronicle
at 1624 N. Meadowcrest Blvd., Crystal
River, FL 34429 or dropped off at any
Chronicle office or any Accent Travel
office.


Woodland residents, staff create cookbook


RECIPIES-TO-REMEMBER COOKBOOK
a WHAT: Residents and staff of Woodland Terrace of Citrus County created a
professionally printed cookbook with more than 300 recipes,
COST: $10 donation. All proceeds go directly to the facility's activity
department for the benefit of the residents.
INFO: 249-3100-


Special to the Chronicle
The residents and staff of Woodland
Terrace of Citrus County have put
together a professionally printed cook~
lIjook with more than 300 must-have
recipes. For a $10 donation, the cook-
books are available to the community.
All proceeds go directly to the facility's
activity department for the benefit of
the residents.
:The "Recipes to Remember" cook-
book is spiral bound and laminated.
Recipes for appetizers, beverages,


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participants through step-by-
step instruction. Bring a part-
ner or meet one at the class.
Cost: $3 per class.
ECCC: 1:30 p.m. Beginner
and 2:45 p.m. Advanced, on
Wednesday. .
WCCC: 1:30 p.m. Beginner
and 2:45 p.m. Advanced, on
Thursday.
Line Dancing: '
WCCC: at 1 p.m. MVondays.
Beginners at 10 a.m. Tuesday
and 1:30 p.m. Wednesday.
ECCC: Beginners at 1 p.m.
and Advanced at 2 p.m. on
Tuesday.
TIap Dancing Lessons:
Sandra Brown instructs all


experience levels, all ages. $3
class cost.
WCCC: at 4 p.m.
Wednesday.
Hula Lessons:
WCCC: at 1:45 p.m. Friday.
$1 class cost.
EXERCISE PROGRAMS
Walking Program:
ECCC: at 10:30 a.m.
Monday, Wednesdays and
Thursday.
WIlCCC: at 8:30 a.m.
Wednesday and Fridays.
ICC: at 9 a.m. Monday,
Wednesday and Fridays (out-
doors).
Yoga for Seniors: $7 per
class or six classes for $30.


All Centers will be closed
IMonday for Christmzas holiday.
GA1VES
Bingo: No cost to play and
great prizes to win.
ICC: at 10 a.m. Friday.
WCCC: at noon Wednesdays
and 12:15 p.m. Friday.
IECCC: at 12:30 p.m.
Thursdays and Fridays.
. Bridge:
WCCC: at 2:30 p.m.
Wednesdays (lessons only).
.: ECCC: at 10:30 a.m. first
thursday monthly (Flmeomers
Group) and at noon Fridays
(Snowbird Bridge Group).
Ia Pool:
WCCC: Tournament at 1


p.m. fourth Friday. (Women's
pool lessons at 12:30 p.m.
Thursdays)
ECCC: Tournament at 1 p.m.
fourth Friday (doubles).
Pool is played daily at both
centers.
DANCING
Social Dances:
Refreshments are provided.
Cost: $1.
WCCC: at 1:30 p.m.
Tuesday.
ECCC: at 2 p.m. Thursday.
Ballroom Dance:
WCCC: 1:30 to 4 p.m. Dec. 8,
"Just for Flm" with June &
Vince. Refreshments. Cost: $3.
Ballroom Dance Lessons:


(ECCC) East Citrus
Community Center at
9907 E. Gulf-to-Lake
Highway, Inverness; phone
344-9666
(ICC) Inverness
Community Center, 1082
N. Paul Drive, Inverness;
phone 726-1009.
m (wccc) West citrus
Community Center at
8940 W. Veterans Drive,
Homosassa; phone 795-
3831.
Please call the centers,

Vince and June Queripel lead


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Special to the Chronicle
The Crystal River Users
Group (CRUG) is offering
the following classes for
January 2006 at the speci-
fled locations below. All
classes are based on the
1Microsoft Windows operat-
ing systems.
Citrus Springs Com-
muit Center, 1570 W.
Citrus Springs Blvd., Citrus
Springs Explore the
Digital Camera A basic
course in the use of con-
sumer-level cameras. The
course is designed for peo-
ple who own or are consid-
ering the purchase of a digi-
tal camera. Learn how to
use these devices with
hands-on demonstrations.
Bring your camera and own-
ers manual to class. A CD
containing all class projects,
as well as lots of other relat-
ed information is included.
Tuesday, Jan. 10, 17, 24
from 9 to 11 a.m.
At Boys & Girls Club, 405
S.E. 7th Ave., Crystal River
- E-M~ail For Fun -
Teaches how to find graph-
ics and animated graphics
on the Internet, how to save
them and how to attach
them to messages. A real
"fun" class that instructs
how to create "special" e-
mail messages. The student
should know the basics of
MS Outlook Express.
Tuesday, Jan. 10, 17, 24, 31
from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Front Page 2003 -
Designing a Web site with
MIS Front Page Students
must have some basic com-
puter ability, such as mak-
ing selections, copying and
pasting and average mouse
skills, as well as moderate
computer knowledge.
Thursday, Jan. 12, 19, 26
and Feb. 2 from 9 to 11 a.m.
For directions to these
classes, check the CRUG
Web site at www.crug~com.
Click on the Class Locations
link.
Call Anita at 527-3188,
Carolyn at 382-4272 or
Barbara at 628-5644 only
between 9 a.m. and 8 p.m.
Monday through Friday.






Calling all Citrus Springs
Mothers.
The Citrus Springs Memorial
Library is proposing a "Tykes
and Toddlers" reading program
(an adult reading to a group of
children) in the near future and
is asking for public input regard-
ing this program. Call the library,
if you would like to see the pro-
gram established, with the age
of your child and the day of the
week you would prefer.
The library would greatly
appreciate your input and sug-
gestions regarding this proposal,

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WI~llOW

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of-a-kind cookbook, call Suzanne
Mission, activities director, at 249-3100.
Cookbooks can be picked up at the
facility or mailed upon request.
Woodland Terrace ofCitrus County is
the community's premier skilled nurs-
ing and rehabilitation center. The 120-
bed facility is in the heart of Citrus
County on County Road 486 in Citrus
Hills. -
The facility offers close access to
local hospitals, shopping,' restaurants,
recreational and social opportunities,
Call 249-3100.


soups, salads, vegetables, main dishes,
breads and desserts are included. Also
inside are suggestions for lowering fat
content in your diet, healthy heart
recipe substitutions, food safety guide-


lines and other healthy eating guide-
hines.
This holiday season, delight in the
tasty treasures invented by others in
your community. To purchase this one-


2-1-1 database on the left side
of the screen.
2-1-1 can be called from any-
where in Citrus County by land
line, but so far only T-Mobile
cell phone users have access by
dialing 2-1-1 on their cell
phone. In the interim, cell
phone users can dial a toll free
number: (877) 700-8177.
Hopefully, other cell phone
connections will be made m
the near future.
2-1-1 is available 24 hours a
day, seven days a week in many
languages. 2-1-1 service has
been made possible through
the partnership of Citrus
County Board of County
Commissioners, Shared
Services Alliance and the
United Way of Citrus County.
If your state snow bird club
would like a speaker for one of


your functions, please call the
United Way office at 527-8894.
Speakers are available to talk
about 2-1-1, Born Learning,
United Way and its 23 partner
agencies, Community Needs
Assessment to be conducted
this spring to identify the
biggest needs of the communi-
ty, or to hear what Citrus
County has been doing for the
victims of Hurricane Katrina
locally and in our adopted
county of Hancock County, MS.
VIolunteer opportunities are
available in Hancock County to
help clean up and rebuild their
county.

John Marmish is executive
director of United Way of
Citrus County. For information,
go~ to wwvw.citrusunitedway.org.


Acouple from New
Hampshire recently
donated to the United
Way of Citrus County. They
spend most of the
winter here in Citrus
County and the rest
of the year in New
Hampshire. They
wanted to split their *
'annual donation to
~United Way between ~ ~r
their summer resi-
dence and their win-
ter residence -since
they were fortunate John M!
to have two homes gg p
and two United Ways
that provide servic-
es that impacted
each of the seasonal communi-
ties. They called the local
United Way office and we glad-
ly mailed out some literature


on what improvements were
being made in Citrus County,
thanks to the donations of the
community and the dedication
of 23 hard-working
agencies.
If you would like
information on the
,, United Way of Citrus
County or to make a
.-donation, please call
Crrr ~527-8894, visit our
website at wwrw.cit-
.rusuntiedway~org or
mail us at 5399 West
:armish Gulf to Lake
Ty a~ Highway, Lecanto,
.,Florida 34461-8531.
One of those
improvements in the
community in the last six
months was the installation of
2-1-1 service for Citrus County.
2-1-1 is an easy-to-remember


three-digit telephone numbers
to call for information on
health and human resources
here in Citrus County.
Resources for every day needs,
in times of crisis and in natural
disasters are available on 2-1-1.
The Call Center presently has
over 534 programs for local,
state and national resources of
which 222 are Citrus County-
specific programs. 2-1-1 is also
a means to volunteer time with
a local organization through
the Nature Coast Volunteer
Center. If you have donations
that you would like to make,
then 2-1-1 is the central tele-
phone source to learn more
about who could best use the
donation.
Computer access from the
database is also available on
the Web site at and then click


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Snow birds support local United Way


Special to the Chronicle
Merry Christmas from Willow,
a Shih Tzu who lives with
Susan Russett in
Homosassa.







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aThe H.F. Nesbitt VFW Post
10087 in Beverly Hills will have a
New Year's Eve Party that promis-
es to be a ton of fun Dec. 31. The
fun begins at 7 p.m. with finger
food and drink specials, raffles and
more, with hot food and coffee
served later in the evening. There
will be a small donation of $5 per
person to enjoy yourself and your
brothers, sisters and guests.
Champagne, noisemakers, surpris-
es should round out the evening
for a great beginning in the new
year. There will be music by Alan
starting at 7 p.m. There will be
smoking and non-smoking rooms
available. Get your tickets from the
bartender at the canteen or at the
door.
H.F. Nesbitt VFW Post 10087
adds a kitchen manager to its staff.
Jayne Stasik has accepted the
position. Lunches will be served
from 12:30 to 3 p.m. on Tuesdays
and Thursdays. Tuesday will also
be Taco Tuesday $1 each along
with the regular menu.
Bingo lunches will be served
from 11:30 to 2:30, so please do
not bring your own food in.
Tuesday and Sunday cookouts will
be 4:30 to 7, and Friday dinners
served from 5 to 8. Our prices for
our- new Friday dinners have
dropped to $5 with the exception of
the fish fry, which remains $6 per
dinner and will be served once a
month (grouper or cod, deep fried
or baked). The Friday menu will be
different each week. Menus are as
follows: Jan. 6 chicken cordon
bleu; Jan. 13 beef tips with noo-
dles; Jan. 20 Ladies Auxiliary
spaghetti dinner all you can eat
for $4; Jan. 2T pork tenderloin;
Feb. 3 smoked pork chops and
Feb. 10 grouper or cod dinner.
Dart, pool and golf tournaments,
music and karaoke continue as
usual. For information, call the post
canteen at 746-0440. Watch for
information in the near future on
the VFW Post 10087 Super Bowl
Party coming up Feb. 5. Also, start-
ing on March 5, Debbie G. will be
entertaining from 4 to 7 p.m. on the
first Sunday monthly.
Come out and enjoy the enter-
tainment and grab a bite to eat.
The post is at 2170 W. Vet Lane
on County Road 491 behind the
AmSouth Bank and across from
Haywire's.
I E~ugene Quinn VFW Post
4337, Invemess, week of Dec. 25
31: .
Today' thristmas Day :--- Post
closed.
Monday: Bar bingo at 3 p.m.
Light lunch available,
Tuesday: Chicken wings four for
$1, 4:30 p.m. karaoke at 7 p.m.
Thursday: Bar bingo at 3 p.m.
Light lunch available.
Friday: All-you-can-eat fish fry
(chicken available), 4:30 p.m.
Karaoke at 7 p.m. with Harry S.
Saturday: Cheese and meat tray
all day. Music by Lariat from 5
to 8 p.m.
aVFW Post 7122, Floral City,
the Ladies and Men's Auxiliaries
announce activities for the week of
Dec. 25 31.
Today: Merry Christmas! The
post is closed today, but will
reopen at 9 a.m. Monday.
Tuesday: Early-bird bingo starts
at 6:30 p.m. and regular bingo at 7.
Kitchen open 4:30 to 7:30 with
sandwiches, salads and wings.
Wednesday: Roast pork loin din-
ner $6, served 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. All
dinners are open to the public. (No
smoking section available. Four
smoke eater fans were installed.)
Friday: All-you-can-eat grouper
fried, blackened or broiled, or three
pieces of fried chicken and dessert
for $6.50 served 4:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Karaoke with Jannie Faye from 7
to 11.
Saturday (New Year's Eve):
Steak Night (filet or strip) $8.75
served 5 to 7:30 p.m. New Year's
Party 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. No
cover charge. Party favors and
champagne toast provided. Music


by Jannie Faye.
VFW service can be applied for
people who need to serve their
community service.
Our Honor Guard is available for
veterans' services with military
honors at local chapels, cemeter-
ies and the National Cemetery in
Bushnell. Call Bill Shaw, com-
mander.
VFW and Ladies Auxiliary meet
at 7:30 p.m. the first Thursday
monthly and Men's Auxiliary meets
the second Thursday monthly.
Interested potential members
should call the post for details.
Our post has a Loan Closet for
our veterans who need crutches,
walkers and wheelchairs.
VFW Post 7122 is at 8191 S.
Florida Ave., Floral City. Phone:
637-0100.
a Dumas Hartson VFW Post
8189 in Crystal River is having a
New Years' Eve Party Saturday,
Dec. 31. Tickets are $40 per cou-
ple, $25 single and include buffet
dinner, open bar from 7 to 10 p.m.,
live band "Just Us 4" on stage,
champagne toast at midnight, and
party favors.
The party is open to everyone,
however, only 140 tickets are avail-
able. Tickets are available at the
Post located at 8856 W. Veterans
Drive west of U.S. 19 between
Crystal River and 'Homosassa
across from the new Harley
Davidson dealer. For information,
`call 795-5012. We will have desig-
nated drivers for anybody who feel
they are impeded.
II Gilley-Long Osteen VFW
Post 8698 and the LAVFW and
MAVFW will be hosting a New
Year's Eve Party at the post home,
520 Highway 40 East, Inglis, on
Saturday. Tickets are now on sale
for reserved seating. $10 per per-
son will include music, party
favors, hors d' oeuvres and cham-
pagne toast. Only 100 tickets will
be sold. Buy early to get the seat
you want. For more information,
call (352) 447-3495.
aThe Leroy Rooks Jr. VFW
Post 4252 in Hernando will serve
dinner from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Friday
for $6. Free music for dancing from
6:30 to 10:30. You do not have to
be a post or VFW member, and
the public is invited.
The post has bar bingo at 2 p.m.
Sunday. The Ladies Auxiliary
hosts bingo games at 10:30 a.m.
Saturdays,:and doors open at 9.
Hot food and snacks available
The auxiliary also sponsors bar
bingo at 2 p.m. Tuesday s.
Dues for 2006 are now due. Life
members' cancer $4.95 insurance
premium is also due. Auxiliary
member's dues will increase Jan. 1
to $22. Renew now and save
money.
Our post Web page can be
viewed by clicking on the VFW
logo at wwwN.debbiefields.com. You
can e-mail us at usavets@nature-
coast.net.
We host the VFW Post 4252
Young Marines, and their Web
page can be viewed by clicking on
their logo at
www.debbiefields.com. If you have
a child interested in this wonderful
program, take a look at the Web
page and call Tammy Grant at
746-4590.
The post Honor Guard is avail-
able for funeral services at
Bushnell National Cemetery, local
cemeteries or any house of wor-
ship. Upon request, we will provide
school visits, flag ceremonies, visit
rest homes or support any patriot-
ic-related affair. Call John Stewart,
Honor Guard commander, at 634-
5568.
Come out and see our renovat-
ed facility. Halls are now available
to the public for weddings, club
meetings, private parties, etc. Food
and entertainment can be provid-
ed. Call us for details.
The Dart League meets and
competes at 6:45 p.m. Tuesday.

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The Downs


sies; performed drill and cere-
mony marches, and received
physical training, rifle marks-
manship, field training exer-
cises, and special training in
human relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate
degree through the Community
College of the Air Force.
He is the son of Paula and
Ted Morley of Floral City.
Morley is a 2005 graduate of
the .New Testament Christian
School, Floral City.

mony marches, and received
physical training, rifle marks-
manship, field training exer
cises,maml spoec al training in

In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate
degree through the Community
College of the Air Force.
She is the daughter of Dawn
and Ernest Smith of Floral
City.
The airman- is a 2003 gradu-
ate of Hernando High School,
Brooksville.

mony marches, and received
physical training, rifle marks~
manship, field training exer-
cises, and special training in
human relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an: associate
degree through the Community
College of the Air Force.
He is the son of Julia
Hamilton of Inverness and
Doug Jordan of Lawrenceville
Ga. '
Jordan is a 2005 graduate of
Citrus High School, Inverness.


Air Force Airman Patrick E.
Morley has graduated from
basic military
training at
Lackland Air
Force Base,
San Antonio,
Texas.
During the
six weeks of
training, the
airman studied
Patrick the Air Force
IV~oley mission, organ-
ization, and
military customs and courte-

SAir Fo~rce Airman Cassandra
Parkin has graduated from
basic military

tM lad Ai
Force ase,
San Atonio,
Texas.
During the

tain neek thoe
airman studied
Cassandr the Air Force
Parkinmission, organ-
ization, and
military custoris anhd courte-
sies; performed drill and cere-

Air Force Airman Collin D.
Jordan has graduated from
basic military
training at
Lackland Air
Force Base,
San Antonio,
Texas.
During the
six .weeks of
training, the
oilairman studied -
Co ln the Air Force
Jordan . mission, organ-
ization, and
military customs and courte-
1sies; performed drill and cere-


Amon and Betty Downs of
Beverly Hills celebrated their
60th wedding anniversary at
the Gaylord Palms Resort in
Orlando with their family.
In honor of this memorable
event, their two children and
spouses, four grandchildren,
and three great-grandchildren
planned a special weekend in
Orlando. Their son and spouse,
David and Lisa Downs of
Orlando along with their chil-
dren, Brittany and Morgan
Downs, were in attendance.
Their daughter and spouse,
LaWanna and Dwight
Crumpton of Crystal River
.along with their children,
Angela Schnellbach and Lori
King, were present, as well.
Angela's children, Nichole
Zettle and Chelsea


Schnellbach, enjoyed the party
along with Lori's son, Kade
King.
Amon met Betty before he
enlisted in the army in 1940.
He was stationed at Schofield
Barracks in Honolulu, Hawaii,
when Pearl Harbor was
attacked on Dec. 7, 1941.
During his service in World
War II, they began a courtship
of letters and v-mail. After sur-
viving the war, he returned
home to pursue Betty's hand in
marriage. She finally said yes
and they were married on Dec.
24, 1945, in Coal City, Ill.,
amidst snow flurries.
Amon and Betty have
enjoyed living in Citrus County
for 25 years after retiring from
the .restaurant business in
Tampa.


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Stan and Kathie Stewart and
Karen Ledfor~d announce the
engagement of their children,
Tiffany April Stewart and
Brian Lee Ledford.
Tiffany is a 1999 graduate of
Lecanto High School and a
2003 graduate of Baptist
College of Fldrida. She is
employed as a Family Care
MVanager at KidsCentral, Inc.

as B ba)ais ac 8n8 ladu te on
Winter Haven High Sohool and
is a superintendent for All
Counties Roofing in Inverness.
The we ding is planned for 1
p.m., April 29, 2006 at North


Sharon Elaine Beasley and
Adam Thomas Langenmayr
were married June 11, 2005, at.
a beachside ceremony in
Fernandina Beach. Dr. Jo
Clifford performed the double

rihe bide the daughter of
Ms. Judy Stiles of Lake City
and Mlr. Harold Beasley of
Inglis.
The groom is the son of Ms.
Jennifer Clevinger of Ocala.
and Mr. Kurt Langenmayr of
Crystal River.
Presented in niarriage by
her father and. mother, the
bride was attended by
Courtney Webb as her maid of
honor. Bridesmaids were
Leslie Deakins, Holly Deakins,
Donna Beasley, Kristie
Cassady, Hilary Clevinger and
Jen Bressin. Edwar~d dleCash-b
was the best man. U~sher-ui e~e
Andy Stracuazzi, Steve Volkert
and Adam Winchenbach. A gui-
tarist and mandolin player
from Amelia Island provided
the music.
The reception was held at
the Florida House Inn in
Amelia Island.
The bride is a pharmaceuti-


SAir Force Ai~rman 1st Cla s

Rodrigues has
graduated from
basic military
training at
Lackland Air
Force Base,
San Antonio,
Texas. .
During the.
IVare six weeks of
Rodrigues training, the
airman studied
the Air Force mission, organi-
zation, and military customs

Air Force
Airman 1st
Class Kenneth
G. Wilder has
graduated from
basic military
training at
Lackland Air
Force Base,
Kenneth San Antonio,
Wilder 'ba.
During the six
'weeks oftraining the airman stud-
ied the Air Fbree mission, organi-
zation, and military customs

Air Force
Airman Daniel
E. Grisales has
graduated from
basic military
training at
Lackland Air
Force Base,
DanielSan Antonio,
Grisales Tea.
During the
six weeks of
training, the airman studied
the Air Force mission, organi-
zation, and military customs


dril a crmonyp mrremesd
and received physical traini g'
rifle marksmanship, field
training exercises, and special
training in human relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate
degree through the Community
College of the Air Force.
SHe is the son of William and
Linda Rodrigues of Crystal
River
Rodrigues is a 2001 graduate
of Crystal River High School.

and courtesies; performed
drill andi ceremony marches,
and received physical training,
rifle marksmanship, field train-
ing exercises, and special train--
ing in human relations.
In addition, airmen who com-
plete basic training earn credits
toward an associate degree
through the Community College
of the Air Force.
He is the son of Gloria
Wilder of Inverness
SWilder is a 2005 graduate of
Citrus High School, Inverness.

and courtesies; performed
drill and ceremony marches,
and received physical training,
rifle marksmanship, field
training exercises, and special
training in human relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate
degree through the Community
College of the Air Force.
He is the son of Linda Ramos
and Daniel Silva, Inverness, Fla.
Grisales is a 2004 graduate of
Citrus High School, Inverness.


Oak Baptist Church in Citrus
Springs, and, all friends are
invited.


cal sales representative with
TAP Pharmaceuticals Inc. She
is a graduate of Crystal River
High School and the
University of Florida, where
she received a B.A. in econom-
ics.
The groom is a student at the
.,University of Florida and is a
graduate of Foresti Hkigh
School. le servedlfour fetrs in
the United States Coast Guard,
where he was stationed in
Ketchikan, Alaska, and
Yankeetown.
The couple honeymooned in
Roatan, Honduras, and
Madrid, Spain.
The newlyweds reside in
Ocala.


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David and Sherri Soluri of
Crystal River are pleased to
announce the engagement of
their daughter, K~ymberly Lynn,
to Michael Conley Druga, son
of John and Valerie Druga of
~High Srmngs.
a ':~I' bfidi-elect is a teachers'
at a' school that specializes in
students with learning disabili-
ties. She is a 1997 graduate of
Crystal River High School and
a 2000 graduate of University
of Central Florida, where she
received her Bachelor of Arts
in English.
The future groom is an
automation specialist in plant
engineering for corporate
UPS. He is a 1995 graduate of
Santa Fe High School and a
2002 graduate of University of


Central Florida, where he
received a Bachelor of Science
in engineering and belonged to
Phi Gamma Delta.
The wedding is set for July
2006 at Crystal River United
Methodist Church.


Kazimaris Charles
Pilipauskis and Angelika Klara
Wodowski, both of Homosassa,
were united in marriage at7:30
p.m. Wednesday, Nov 16, 2005, gai
at The Wedding Chapel in
Heatherwood Estates,
Inverness. Donna Viglione per-
formed the marriage ceremo- Ii
ny.
Witnesses for the couple plj
were Alan and Gertrude
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Maternal grandparents are
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Brooksville. Paternal grandpar-
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McCabe, Dunnellon.


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Thursday: New Year's celebra-
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Your Birthday: In the year ahead, you will be given many
opportunities to advance yourself scholastically, physically and
materially. However, it will be up to you to take advantage of
them and schedule your time well to get the most out of them.
Capricorn (Dec. 224an 19) It's the type of day that will take
care of itself, so don't think you have to dig deeply in your wallet
in order to have a good time. The spirit of the season will turn
things into a fun festivity.
Aquarius (Jan. 20Feb. 19) -- Subdue inclinations today that
might lead you to believe that you must be in the spotlight in
order to be noticed. You'll be far better received if you simply
play a supporting role.
Pisces (Feb. 20-1Varch 20) -- Being yourself is what will earn
you the love and respect of others today, so don't think you must
use flattery or phoniness in order to impress people. In fact, the
opposite would lie true.
Aries (March 21-April 19) -- Go all out, have fun and enjoy
yourself to the fullest today, but also know when it is time to call
it; quits. If you're a guest at another's home, be respectful an'd
leave at a reasonable hour.'
Taurus (April 20-May 20) -At a social gathering today, make it
a point not to introduce subjects that might be a sensitive area to
another. Keep everything light and breezy and don't take the
enjoyment out of the affair.
Gemini (May 214une 20) It'll be important to begin to pace
yourself starting early in the day, so that you don't run out of ener-


gy just when the party gets started. You'll want to participate in
all oftoday's festivities.
Cancer (June 214uly 22) With all the goodies and delights
overflowing the table today, gluttony is always a major tempta-
ti'on. If you find yourself contending with this, put the breaks on
what you eat and drink.
Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) Even though you are apt to be in a gre-
garious and festive mood today, don't spring too many last-minute
guests on your partner for which he or she is unprepared. Keep
the guest list reasonable.
Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Before attempting to assemble any-
thing new that may be unfamiliar to you, better take the time to
read all the instructions carefully. You'll save yourself a
headache.
Libra (Sept. 23-Oct 23) -- You're already known as a very gen-
erous giver, but do remember to be a gracious receiver as well
today. Make a big fuss over the smallest of gifts that someone so
tenderly selected for you.
Scorpio (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) Be very careful that you don't
behave in an overbearing manner today, which is a mode you
could so easily slip into without thinking. You would spoil the fun
for the more timid types.
Sagittarius (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) Do your good deed quietly
today without making a lot of fanfare over it. If you let the word
get out about it all on its own, it will make you look much better
than anything you anticipate.


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to present day is eligible to become
a member for $10 a year or $3 for
associate or auxiliary members.
Call Commander Ken Heisner,
563-0585, or Vice Commander
Louis Poulin, 344-8334.
I The American Legion
Auxiliary, Allen Rawls Post 77,
will conduct its regular meeting at 7
p.m. Thursday, Jan. 5, at the Key
Training Center, Inverness. A
potluck supper will proceed at 6
p.m. Call Ruth Chenoweth at 637-
3113.
aThe 82nd Airborne ,
Association, Dan Campbell
Chapter, has changed its meeting
night to the first Wednesday
monthly. Meetings will be at 7 p.m.
at VFW Post 4337 in Inverness.
Mark your calendars for this new
meeting day and come on out and
join us. This is for all Airborne per-
sonnel, not just the 82nd Airborne,
and all services, not just the Army.
Hopefully, this change in meeting
date will be more convenient so
more paratroopers will attend and
enjoy the camaraderie and provid-
ed refreshments.
a All LST Veterans and wives
are invited to monthly breakfast
meetings at 9 a.m. the first .


ing a patriotic piece of framed art.
Each 12-by-14-inch piece has a
military collage with a collectable
enamel pin and an actual
"Honoring Veterans" stamp.
a Hunger and Homeless
Coalition Anyone who knows of
a homeless veteran in need of
food, haircut, voter ID, food
stamps, medical assistance or
more blankets is asked to call John
Young at the Hunger and
Homeless Coalition at 628-4357, or
pass along this phone number to
the veteran,
SThe Edward W. Penno VFW
Post 4864 of Citrus Springs will
have its January general meeting
at 7 p.m. on the first Tuesday of
the month, the Ladies Auxiliary will
meet at 7 p.m. on the second
Tuesday, the Men's Auxiliary will
meet at 7:30 p.m. on the third
Monday and the monthly Staff
Meeting will be at 7 p.m. on the
third Tuesday.
The Friday evening dinner
menu, which is served between 5
and 7 p.m., for the month of
January is as follows: Jan. 6, roast
pork; Jan. 13, baked chicken; Jan.
20, roast beef; Jan. 27, fried chick-
en karaoke will follow at 7 p.m.


All meals are only $6 per person,
Complete breakfast served every
Saturday from 8 to 10 a.m. for $4.
Usual weekly activities include
bingo at 1 p.m. every Tuesday and
shuffleboard at 7 p.m. on
Wednesday and darts at 7 p.m.
on Thursday. For additional infor-
mation, call Jack Walker at 465-
0885 or the Post at 465-4864. The
post is at 10199 N. Citrus Springs
Blvd., turn west off U.S. 41 at
Citrus Springs entrance then left at
the first street.
aThe Dan Campbell Chapter
of the 82nd Airborne Division
Association conducts its monthly
meeting at 7 p.m. the first Tuesday
monthly at the VFW Post 4337 in
Inverness, so mark your calendar
and come on out and maybe you
will meet someone you know or
who was in the same unit. This is
for all Airborne personnel not just
the 82nd Airborne, and all services,
not just the Army.
a Korean War Veterans
Association, Citrus Chapter 192
meets ~at 1 p.m. the first Tuesday
monthly at VFWV Post 10087 in
Beverly Hills behind AmSouth Bank
and across from Haywires. Any mil-
itary person who served from 1950


Saturday monthly at the Golden members are encouraged to
Corral Restaurant in Brooksville. attend. Former Marines as new
Call (352) 799-1957.11 The members are also welcomed. Call
Suncoast U.S. Navy Armed Tom Heron at 637-2724 or Bob
Guard and Merchant Marine Hines at 746-6908.
Veterans of World War II a The Military Order of Devil
announce their 2005-2006 meet- Dogs Meeting: contact Chris at
ings at 11:30 a.m. on the second 795-7000.
Saturday monthly at the Boston a The Marine Corps League
Cooker, 5375 Spring Hill Drive, Citrus Detachment 819 is now
Spring Hill. Dates are Jan. 14, Feb. getting settled in its new meeting
11, March 11, April 8 and May 13. .hall at the VFW in Beverly Hills
All veterans and their wives are located behind the AmSouth Bank
welcome. on County Road 491. The meet-
I Gilley-Long-Osteen VFW ings are at 7 p.m. the fourth
Post 8698, 520 Highway 40 East, Thursday monthly. All Marines are
Inglis (one mile east of U.S. 19). invited to attend.
Men and LAVFW meet at 7:30 p.m. The Detachment has an Honor
the third Wednesday monthly at Guard of Marine League members
the Post. Men's Auxiliary meets at available who take pride in con-
7 p.m. the second Monday monthly ducting a memorial service for the
Call Skeeter Fizz, (352) 447-3495. deceased member of all branches`
aFleet Reserve Association, of the military not only at local
Branch '186 will meet at 6:30 p.m. on cemeteries but also at the Florida
the third Thursday monthly at the DAV National Cemetery in Bushnell. If
Buikiing, Independence Highway~and you would like more information or
U.S. 41 North, Invemess. Call Bob to join the league, call Bob at 527-
Huscher, secretary, at 344-0727. 1577 or Ralph at 726-7836.
mThe Marine Corps League Landing Ship Dock (LSD)
Samuel R. Wall Detachment 1139 sailors of Citrus County meets at 2
will have its regular meeting at 7:30 p.m. the fourth Thursday monthly
p.m. the third Thursday monthly at at Ray's Bar-B-Q in Crystal River.
VFW Post 7122 in Floral City. All Call Jimmie at 621-0617


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Ladies Auxiliary regularly visit sev-
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them and spread some cheer to
veterans who served this country
and who now need our support.
Call for the Post for details.
We need help with our bingo
operations, which is a very impor-
tant part of your post revenue.
Callers and floor coordinators are
needed immediately. Donate a few
hours and receive a lifetime of sat-
isfaction.
I Phone Cards for the Armed
Forces Help our U.S. soldiers
phone home. Simply purchase a
first class phone card and deposit it
in the special box at the Lecanto
post office.
The U.S. Postal Service, in con-
junction with the U.S. Armed
Forces, will make sure that our
men and women in Iraq receive
these cards as a gift from the car-
ing people of Citrus County.
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Crystal River's Brandy Worlton stands 6-foot-3, but there's more to her volleyball repertoire than just height. Worlton led the
Pirates to a 23-4 record and a playoff berth.

junior bitter Brandyy Worlton wes unstoppable up font for the Pirates


C.J.- RISAK
cjrisak@chronicleonl ine.com
Chronicle
There are still decisions to
be made, to be sure.
For most high school ath-
letes, the approach of their
senior year means the end of
an era; college and some
alternative to fill the gap left
by the absence of playing
three different sports are
what lay ahead.
Collegiate sports are for but
a handful. Crystal River vol-
leyball star Brandy Worlton is


one of those. tions to the Chronicle team,
Which means Worlton has Crystal River didn't merely
something left to dominate the dis-
prepare for. She is Crystal trict the Pirates
just a junior, but she River leads took just two regu-
is also the Chronicle Chronicle lar-season matches
Player of the Year. all-county beyond the three-
Worlton helped tearn. game minimum.
guide the Pirates to PAGE 2B Worlton certainly
a 23-4 overall record supplied the power
and a perfect 14-0 behind this remark-
mark in District 4-6A with her able season. And at 6-foot-3,
overpowering presence at the there's a strong belief she'll
net. make the transition to the col-
Together with teammates legiate level, and in the
Ashley Clark and M/eghan NCAA I.
Hirsch, also first-team selec- "I think she'll play Division


I," said Crystal River coach
Briget Boshell. "It's hard to
say how much she'll play at
that level. At some places,
freshmen step in and con-
tribute right away, while oth-
ers they get into the weight
room and help her there."
Schools like Utah State,
where her father and grand-
father attended, and the
University of Miami have
already contacted Worlton. It
will be a while before that
decision is made, however,
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cerning Worlton is how she'll
hurt her opponents.
She has certainly developed
a variety of methods to inflict
the damage. She led the Pirates
in kills, averaging nearly 4.6
per game, and was tied with
Hirsch in blocks with 2.5 per
match.
So which brings her more
satisfaction?
"Blocking is great," said
Worlton. "You have someone
trying to hit it down at you and
you block it right back at them
- in your face," she explained.
"But hitting it to the floor with-
out anyone touching it feels
really good too."
There are other parts of her
game that developed this sea-
son. Her serving has also
become a weapon: Worlton
averaged 3 service points a
game, second best among the
Pirates, and collected 67 serv-
ice aces.
"With Meghan and Brandy
practicing against each other
every day, (Brandy) got


stronger, and she improved her
experience and court aware-
ness,"said Boshell. "She got
stronger, and her experience
and court awareness all helped
make her a better player.
"She created different
options, she developed differ-
ent offensive variables. Also,
her decision-making
improved."
Worlton could feel it, too. "My
strength and skills in general
were better," she said. "And my
confidence, mostly."
Not that Worlton has reached
her athletic peak, not by any
measure. She realizes she
could improve in all the ways
previously mentioned, includ-
ing her strength and awareness.
"Skill-wise, I want to improve
on my jump-serving," Worlton
said. "I want to improve all my
skills, enough to where I'm sat_
isfied."
Realize that goal and another
may be within reach an even
longer run through next year's
state volleyball tournament.


II Brandy Worlton, junior,
Crystal River: Chronicle Player of
the Year,
I Meghan Hirsch, junior,
Crystal River: Hirsch teamed with
Worlton to give the Pirates the
best front row attack in the county.
The 6-foot H-irsch was second on
the squad in kills with 178 and a
kill percentage of 52 percent,
averaging just under seven kills
per match, and was second best
in blocks with 68 (2.6 per match)
and she served 162 points as
well
"(Meghan) made tremendous
strides this year in volleyball," said
her coach, Briget Boshell. "Her
blocking average was limited by
our level of competition. She is a
smart court player with a variety of
attacks."
II Ashiey Clark, junior, Crystal
River: Another three-sport star,
Clark was the quarterback of this
team, which finished 23-4 overall
and was unbeaten in District 4A-6


competition. Clark averaged 7.16
assists-to-kills per game as the
team's setter; she also had 66 kills
(2.5 per match) and served for 162
points,
"She is a leader in all areas of
school life," said Boshell. "She
bench presses 120 pounds and
has a vertical jump of 23-inches.
She would make a great libero."
II Rachel Capra, sophomore,
Seven Rivers: Capra emerged as
a team leader this season despite
her sophomore status an indica-
tion of her immense talent. A 5-9
outside hitter, Capra showed she
could fill a variety of roles for the
Warriors, leading them in kills with
257 and blocks with 122. She also
had 34 service aces.
"She was our best passer offen-
sive-wise, she led the team in kills
and was our best all-around play-
er," said Tim Bowman, Seven
Rivers' coach. "And she was get-
ting stronger over the course of the
year. She hits it extremely hard."


H Ashley Hoglund, senior,
Citrus: An outside hitter, Hoglund's
greatest attribute was her versatill-
ty. She could hit well from either
side, was a solid server and played
well defensively. Hoglund had a 40
percent kill percentage and con-
nected on 85 percent of her
serves, 26 percent of which were
aces.
"She was good all-around," said
her coach at Citrus, Alice Christian.
I Annalise Sorvillo, Lecanto,
sophomore: Sorvillo paced the
Panthers in nearly every category,
even though she stands just 5-2.
She led Lecanto in kills with 127,
hitting percentage (.340), service
aces (52) and digs (134) as the
team posted a 12-10 overall
record. A knee injury that will
require ACL surgery in January
derailed her season during the dis-
trict toumament, but according to
her coach, Freddie Bullock, Sorvrillo
promises to be ready to go by next
season.


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And Worlton plans to be
ready. Because volleyball is a
sport that means something to
her. .
"My dad played volleyball,"
she recalled. "He always
brought me here (to Crystal
River HS) to watch their
games."
By the time Worlton was a
high school freshman, she had
grown to 6-feet tall. Her inter-
est in the game, however, had
been planted years earlier. She
started playing for the Nature
Coast club team in the sixth
grade and never gave it up.
"You get better at something
because you do it a lot more
often," said Worlton. "You get
to like it more."
If her success and apprecia-
tion of the sport are linked,
opponents need take notice.
The only question now con-


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TODAY'S SPORTS
BASKEtBALL
12:30 p.m. (9 ABC) (20 ABC) (28 ABC) NBA Basketball San
Antonio Sp'lirs at Detroit Pistons. From the Palace of Auburn Hills in
Auburn Hills, Mich. (Live) (CC)
3 p.m. (9 ABC) (20 ABC) (28 ABC) NBA Basketball Los AngeleS
Lakers at Miami Heat. From the AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami,
(Live) (CC)
3:30 a.m. (ESPN) NBA Basketball San Antonio Spurs at Detroit
Pistons. From the Palace of Auburn Hills in Auburn Hills, Mich.
(Same-day Tape) (CC)
FOOTBALL
5 p.m. (13 FOX) (51 FOX) NFL Football Chicago Bears at Green
Bay Packers. From Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wis. (Live) (CC)
8:30 p.m. (ESPN) NFL Football Minnesota Vikings at Baltimore
Ravens. From M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore. (Live) (CC)
GOLF '
2 p.m. (ESPN) Golf 2005 Re/Max Long Drive Championship.
From Mesquite, Nev. (Taped) (CC)
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SPORTS


SUNDAY, DECEMBER 25, 2005 SB


Saturday's Top 25 Box
No. 11 Louisville 56, Detroit 48
DETROIT (6-7)
Bailey 2-4 1-3 5, Baker 3-6 0-0 6, Abdur-
Rahim 0-1 0-0 0, Cotton 7-16 1-2 17,
Goode 1-5 0-0 3, Everingham 2-4 0-0 6,
Kelly 0-1 0-0 0, S~haw 2-5 3-4 7, Hayes 0-0
0-0 0, Green 2-2 0-0 4. Totals 19-44 5-9 48.
LOUISVILLE (9-1)
Williams 0-3 1-2 1, Palacios 3-9 2-4 8,
Padgett 3-7 2-2 8, Dean 4-11 4-4 15, Jenkins
4-6 3-6 12, Gianiny 2-3 4-4 9, P.Johnson 0-1
0-0 0, Millard 0-0 0-0 0, Harvey 0-1 0-0 0,
Huffman 0-0 0-0 0, McGee 1-3 0-0 3,
B.Johnson 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 17-45 16-22 56.
GI-laftime---Loui 11ll (3v r gh 3-P int
Cotton 2-6, Goode 1-2, Kelly 0-1), Louisville
6-21 (Dean 3-8, Gianiny 1-1, Jenkins 1-3,
McGee 1-3, Harvey 0-1, Williams 0-2,
Palacios 0-3). Fouled Out--None.
Rebounds--Detroit 29 (Baker 11), Louisville
29 (Palacios 6). Assists--Detroit 10 (Cotton,
Goode 3), Louisville 12 (Williams 4).


HO)CKEY


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NHL
EASTERN CON ERE'NCE


W LOT Pts GF
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srs 211 61
,y 15 15 5 35 99
8 19 7 23 92
Northeast Division
W LOT Pts GF
24 6 3 51142
24 11 1 49117


12 17 6 30101
Southeast Division
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23 9 2 48126
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15 16 5 35124
13 20 4 30 96
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Nashville 23 7 3 49109 92
Chicago 13 18 3 29 95 122
St. Louis 8 20 4 20 89 127
Columbus Notw9t D i1onl9 72 129

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Coado 481 1 3 1322
Minnesota 15 16 4 34 97 88
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Dallas W 1LOT PtsGF GiA
Dals Ar ele 1 751 91

Anaheim 1 1 6 3 10 1d

Two points for a win, one point for over-
time loss or shootout loss.

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Toronto 2, Boston 1
Washington 4, Montreal 2
Ottawa 4, N.Y. Islanders 2
Nashville 5, Columbus 4
Buffalo 4, Tampa Bay 1
Philadellphi a5, Pittsbur~gh 4

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Montreal at Atlanta, 7 p.m.
Chicago at Columbus, 7 p.m.
Phila 100iaasa Flo idaa7 p ..m.

New Jersey at Toronto, 7:30 p.m.
Carolina at Tampa Bay, 7:30 p.m.
Dallas at St. Louis, 8 p.m.
Phoenix at Colorado, 9 p.m.
Mmnnesota at Edrnonton,09 p.m.

San aose at Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m.
NHL Scoring Leaders
GP G A PTS

Af edssoR, Ott 2 5
Forsberg, Phi 28 12 38 50
Staal, Car 34 25 24 49
Heatley, Ott 33 22 27 49
Thornton, SJ 33 12 37 49
Savard, Ati 36 15 33 48
Spezza, Ott 30 13 34 47
Kovalchuk, Ati 32 22 24 46
Demitra, LA 37 18 26 44
Hossa, Ati 36 17 25 42
Datsyuk, Det 36 15 27 42

Mc)Cabe T~or 1 4

Nasiurd, Vn 2' 4

Richards, TB 36 12 28 40
Ovechkin, Waoke a320 19 39

SCOREBOARD

No games Sunhedeadye. Games resume
Monday, Dec. 26.STR


--Olie Kolzig, Capitas made 41 saves to lift
Washington to a 4-2 win over Montreal.
--Michael Garnett, Thrashers, stopped 29


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power-play goal with 1 second left in overtime
to give Detroit a 3-2 win at Chicago.
RECORD SETTING
Carolina's 15 power plays in a 4-3 win over
Florida on Friday were the most for the fran-
chise since it locatedd from Hartford for the
1997-98 season. It was also the most in fran-
chise records, eating to the 1980s; the fran-
chise had 13 < dances three times, most
recently in a 7-0 win against Pittsburgh four
years ago.
IT'S OVER
Pittsburgh dropped to 0-16-5 when trailing
after two periods with a 5-4 loss to
Philadelphia on Friday.
TAKING ADVANTAGE
Phoenix scored 22 seconds apart on its only
two sots of the third period to beat Dallas 3-2
nFay STREAKING
Buffalo beat Tampa Bay 4-1 on Friday to
improve to 16-2-1 in its last 19 games. ..
Nashville is the only NHL team not to lose a
divisional game in regulation (9-0-1) after a 5-
4 win over Columbus.
SUSPENDED
Vincent Lecavaller of the Tampa Bay
Lightning and Ilya Kovalchuk of the Atlanta
Th~rashersnwere suspended oesgame bydthe
high-sticking New York Rangers forward
Dominic Moore during Thursday's 4-2 loss.
Kovalchuk received a one-game ban for throw-
ing his stick into the stands during Thursday's
6-5 shootout loss to Washington.
SPEAKING
"Just a little friendly talk, wishing each other
a Menry Christmas." -Ottawa s Dany Heatley,
after he and Islanders goalie Rick DiPietro had
a heated verbal exchange following Heatley s
g oal Friday niaht The Senatorswonn 4-3


NBA
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Di isionLPt



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Southeast Division Pt

15 12 .556
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Charlotte 8 19 .296
Aana Central Di isioli 20

Detroit 2W 3 .87
Cle eland 56 .4

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WESTERN CONFERENCE
Southwest Division ,

San Antonio 2W 6 7
Dallas 20 7 .741

Nw pOhreans 11 0 42
Houston 10 15 .400
Northwest Division Pt

Minnesota 13 11 .542

Portland 8 48 .0

Potad Pacific Div sion8 38

L.A. Clippers 16 161



G em eFriday's G me
Atlanta 111, Philadelphia 108
L.A. Lakers 104, Orlando 88
Nw Yrk 98, Ut ai 88

L.A. Clippers 97, Charlotte 88
Memphis 95, Chicago 77 .
Cleveland 94, Indiana 89
Derot 17,G nenneState 85
San Antonio 95, Toronto 90
Milwaukee 101, New Oricans 94
Denver 108, Houston 86
Washington 112, Phoenix 111
Dals1Saur a's Games
No games schedule
Sunday's Games
San Antonio at Detroit, 12:30 p.m.
L.A. Lakers at Miami, 3 p.m.
Monday's Games
Milwaukee at Orlando, 7 p.m.
Chicago at Cleveland, 7 p.m.
L.A. Lake'rs at Washington, 7 p.m.
New Jersey at New York, 7:30 p.m.
Phoenix at Minnesota, 8 p.m.


Bostn a Settl, 1 p p.m.
Denver at Golden State, 10:30 p.rp.
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.27 323 250


;h. 24227
il. 272 13
25 214 190
26 250 164


G.S 19 1 2


27 204 184
It. 24 204 103
n. 24 207 104
25 190 106
.27 223 115
25 198 88
FG Percentage
FG
ash. 94
r. 113
ia. 104
i, Sac. 165
92
224
n. 207
250
v. 107
ar. 105


PTS AVG
925 34.3





84 3.

592 21.9
752 21.9
522 21.8
542 21.7
562 20.8
506 20.2
FGA PCT

204 2.554
301 2.543


169 .544
412 2.544


466 .536
200 .535
199 .528


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Pierce, Bos.
Brand, LAC
Redd, SM la

Carter, N. e

ONheal Id
Bosh, Tor
Hamilton, De
Garnett, Mint
Lewis, Sea.
Duncan, S.A
Davis, Bos.


Haywood, W
Brezec, Chat
Mourning, Mi
Abdur-Rahimr
Bogut, Mil.
Parker, S.A.
Garnett, Mint
Brand, LAC
Gooden, Cle
Wallace, Chi


23. Tennessee (6-1) did not play. Next:
vs. Alabama A&M, Tuesday
24. Ohio State (8-0) did not play. Next:
vs. Gardner-Webb, Wednesday.
25. lowa (10-3) did not play. Next: at
Saint Louis. Friday


kick), 12:23.
Kan--Murph 48
(Webb kick), 9:08.
A-33,505.

First downs
Rushes-yards
Passing
Comp-Att-int
Return Yards
Punts-Avg.
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Time of Possession


pass from Swanson


Kan
29
39-198
340
21-32-0
153
2-43.0


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15
24-30
214
20-44-3
5
7-44.9


Rebounds
GOFF DEF TOT AVG


Camby, Den. 23 65
Howard, Orl. 24 77
B. Wallace, Det. 24 87
Duncan, S.A. 27 79
Marion, Phoe. 25 76
Brand, LAC 26 98
Jamison, Wash. 25 58
O'Neal, Ind. 24 63
M gor e M n. A s 83
Assi t


241 306 13.3
221 298 12.4
199 286 11.9
240 319 11.8
216 292 11.7
189 287 11.0
214 272 10.9
191 254 10.6
18 251.5


G AST AVG
25 255 10.2
26 250 9.6
24 208 8.7
25 214 8.6
27 225 8.3
26 198 7.6
27 197 7.3
24 168 7.0
26 182 7.0
26 181 7.0


1-1 1-0
14-138 4-54
33:29 26:31


RSINDIVIDUAL STATISTICS610,
McAnderson 7-41, Swanson 7-33, Green
9-23. Houston, Kolb 9-8, Battle 3-8'
R.Gilbert 9-7, Marshall 1-7, Evans 2-0.
PASSING--Kansas, Swanson 19-29-0-307'
Luke 2-3-0-33. Houston, Kolb 20-44-3-214.
RECEIVING--Kansas, Gordon 6-86.
Simmons 5-77, Murph 4-78, Cornish 2-43,
Henry 2-33, Fine 2-23. Houston, Avery 5-
71, Briles 4-36, R.Gilbert 3-41, McGilvray
3-29, McDaniel' 2-15, Marshall 2-12,
Harvey 1-10.


Nash, Phoe
Davis, G.S.
Billups, Det.
Knight, Char
Miller, Den.
Kidd, N.J.
Iverson, Phil.
Ford, Mil.
Paul, N.Ok
Cassell. LAC


FOOTBALL
2005-08 Bowl Glance
All' Times EST
STuesday, Dec. 20
F' New Orleans Bowl
Payout: $750,000
Sbuthern Miss. 31, Arkansas State 19
Wednesday, Dec. 21
GMAC Bowl, Mobile, Ala.

oledo 45, Texas-El Paso 13Paot $5,0
Thursday, Dec. 22
pLasoVega 5Bow
afona35, Brigham Young 28
Poinsettia Bowl, San Diego
~avy51, lyoaudt $ 5 ,03000
Friday Dec. 23
Fort Worth (Texas) Bowl

asas 4 ay u Ic. 24
Hawaii Bowl, Honolulu
Payout: $750,0oo
8:nra (F )i (8-4) vs. Nevada (8-3)'
Monday, Dec. 26
Motor City Bowl, Detroit
Payout: $750,000
SAkron (7-5) v. Memphis 6-5),4 p.m. (ESPN)

Champs Sports Bowl, Orlando
Payout: $862,500
Clemson (7-4) vs. Colorado (7-5), 5 p.m.
( f N)
i; night Bowl, Phoenix
Payout: $750,000
Arizona State (6-5) vs. Rutgers (7-4),
8:3 p d. ( sday, Dec. 28
MPC Computers Bowl, Boise, Idaho
.Payout: $750,000
Boise State (9-3) vs. Boston College (8-
.3), 4:30 p.m. (ESPN)
,. Alamo Bowl, San Antonio
Payout: $1.65 million
Michigan (7-4) vs. Nebraska (7-4), 8 p m.
(EP) Thursday, Dec. 29
EmeraldaBowl, Sa Fra~ncisco

Utah (6-5) vs. Georgia Tech (7-4), 4:30
p.mi (ESPN) .
Holiday Bowl, San Diego
Payout: $2 million
Oreg~o~nP 0-1) vs. Oklahoma (7-4), 8
Friday, Dec. 30
Music Cit Bowl, N shille, Tenn.

EVi g nia (6-5) vs. Minnesota (7-4), Noon
Sun Bowl, El Paso, Texas

Northwesteayout) $)1,75,0LA (9-2), 2

I ne enence Bowl, Shreveport, La.

Missouri ut $1v.2 milli Colina (7-4),
3:30 p.m. (ESPN)
Peach Bowl, Atlanta

Miami (9-2 os :S 5 million7:30 p.m:
(ESPNJ

Meinek ol CD ro~tle, N.C.
Payout: $750,000
ES N -0 vs. N 'C. State (6-5), 11 a.m.
Liberty Bowl, Memphis, Tenn.

Fresno at 84 :$1.5rrdia (-4), 1 p.m.

( )Paoout $oln2B lion

TCU (10-1 vs. lowa State (7-4), 2:30



a.lapiTm Pday utn $3 mil c (9-2), 11
Outback Bowl, Tampa
Payout: $2.8 million

Virginia Teh(0-2) vs. Louisvile (9-2), 1
12:0 .. (NBC)
Oaptbal On Bowl, Orando
Payout: $5.312 million
Wisonsin(9-3) vs. Auburna (9-2), 1 p~m. (SN
Fietar Bowf, Tempe, Ariz.

Ohio Siate )$14-17vs moi vle (9-2), 5
p230m~ (ABC) :
Suaria n Bowl, Atlanta
Payout: $14-17 million
Gesorgia (10-2) vs. West Vrgna (10-1),1 p
8:30) p.(B)
Orange Bowl, Miampe Ab
Payout: $14-17 million
Penn St.t (10-1) vs. FSUr (84) 8pm. (ABC),

Texsol a 8p.(AC)
Las Vgas A oll-mria Classc,9:0

8:0p.m. (CSy)
Es-st r Cla Jan Anono
Hulan Bowl, Honoulu

7 m ESda rday, Jan. 28

4 poSeno Bowl, Mobilen, CAlf.
Friay'st Bowl StatS

K ansas 42, Hostn. 13

Kan-up puga u tm-meia (Webb ick, 93
10:26.ay Ja.

Kant-CosSrinis 13 ass fro SwansAon o
(Webb kick), 12:49-


(Webbay kick) 12:3.
Hou-FG Lawrenc 44il, 829.

Ka--Smmons 32w pss ro Sason

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BASKETBALL


NBA Today
SCOREBOARD
Sunday, Dec. 25
San Antonio at Detroit (12:30 p.m.). The
map ch aeamsy an Ne lagFe meet in a


---Allen Iverson, 76ers, scored 53 points
in Philadelphia's 111-108 Ioss to Atlanta.
--Vince Carter, Nets, tied a career-high
with 51 points in New Jersey's 95-88 win

--Gilbert Arenas, Wizards, scored 41
lonsin Washington's 112-111 win over
--Elton Brand, Clippers, scored 38
points and grabbed 20 rebounds in Los
Angeles' 97-88 win over Charlotte.

p-it Minh MIRuekde 's 1-9 ictor dov~e6

NewD rk awitzki, Mavericks, had 34
pIns 1 v r ybunsan seveenttassists in
VINSANITY
Vince Carter tied a career high with 51

Mim nFNia Jnit e ar s~co ed 307 i
the second half, including 19 in the third
quarter and 18 in the fourth. Carter was 13-
for-25 from the floor and 23-for-24 from the
foul line, including 12 straight free throws
to seal the win. Carter's 23 free throws
were a team record and also a career high,


oPhlaodelp~hha' hbspieN Iv scored 53
p Ms in..Jerm inle00' Ia scA edn 3 n

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po tasnand gr bbe s18 rio~urds in N~ew


coOr aai stw Ls Ag~el on erddy nigh
with a sprained right ankle. He was taken
into the locker room just 2:42 into the game
.ferscoring two points. Xry erwe eg-
Corey Maggette will be out at least four
more weeks because of an injured left foot.
He hasn't played since a 99-89 victory over
the Miami Heat Sn Aec E5D

New York snapped a season-high seven-
game losing streak with a 98-90 victory
over Utah on Friday night. The Knicks also
snapped a five-game home skid, and
avoided I sing six s right at home for the

STREAKING .
New Jersey extended its season-high
winning streak to five games with a 95-88
victory over Miami on Friday night.
CRASHING THE BOARDS
Eiton Brand had 20 rebounds and team-
mate Chris Kaman had 22 rebounds in Los
Angeles' 97-88 win over Charlotte. The
Clippers outrebounded the Bobcats 57-37
and scored 56 points in the paint.

u i.nSPE aKINGa eR

afer einceCarter sia career high with
over the Heat on Friday night.

How the AP Top 25 Fared
Saturday
N. huk oI0 red st opl .tuNext: at

v. S onnecticu e90) did not play. Next:
3. Villanova (8-0) did not play. Next: vs.
Temple, Saturday
N4. 8M rnphi (-1 not play. Next: vs.

5.FIrllorida (11 )aclid not play. Next: vs.

S. t tnos s12-0 r anot nly.Next vs.
7. Oklahoma (6-2) did not play. Next:
vs. Oral Roberts, Wednesday.
8. Gonzaga (9-2) did not play. Next: at
No. 4 Memphis, Tuesday.
9. Washington (10-0) did not play. Next:
vs. Arizona State, Thursday
10. Michigan State (10-2) did not play
Next: vs. Tennessee Tech, Wednesday-
11. Louisville (9-1) beat Detroit 56-48
Next: vs. Fairleigh Dickinson,
Wednesday.
12. 1JCLA (10-1) did not play. Next: vs.
Stanford, Thursday.
13. George Washington (8-0) did not
play. Next: at N.C. State, Friday
14. Boston College (8-2) did not play
Next: at Duquesne, Tuesday.
15. Texas (9-2) did not play. Next: vs.
Prairie View, Friday.
16. Maryland (8-2) did not play. Next:
vs. Delaware State, Wednesday.
17. North Carolina (6-2) did not play.
Next: vs. North Carolina-Asheville'
Wednesday.
18. Indiana (7-2) did not play. Next: at
Ball State, Saturday
19. Kentucky (8-3) did not play. Next:

v0 OO ad (-1) did not play. Next: vs.
Norfolk State, Tuesday
21. N.C. State (9-1) did not play. Next:
vs. New Hampshire, Wednesday.
22. Wake Forest (9-2) did not play.
Next: vs. Charleston Southern, Friday


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4B SUNDAY, DECEMBER 25, 2005


SPORTS


CITnus COUNTY(FL) CHRONvrcts


NFL Standings
AMERICAN CONFERENCE


Steelers 41, Browns 0
Pittsburgh 14 6 14 7 -- 41
Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0
First Quarter
Pit--Bettis 2 run (Reed kick), 7:48
Pit--Ward 7 pass from Roethlisberger
(Reed kick), 3:30
Pi-GRSe ,dl Quarter
Pit--FG Reed 31, 2:17
Third Quarter
Pit--Parker 80 run (Reed kick), 9:02
Pit--Haynes 15 run (Reed kick), 1:05.
Fourth Quarter
ki t--Morgan 31 pass from Batch (Reed
kc), .6
A--73,136.
Pit Cle
First downs 20 12
Total Net Yards 457 178
Rushes-yards 35-209 19-55
Passing 248 123
Punt Returns 5-52 1-8
Kickoff Returns 1-22 8-133
Interceptions Ret. 0-0 0-0
Comp-Att-Int 14-21-0 20-39-0
Sacked-Yards Lost 2-9 8-60
Punts 3-42.0 8-41.9
Fumbles-Lost 1-1 5-1
Penalties-Yards 3-30 4-25
Time of Possession 31:39 28:21
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING--Pittsburgh, Parker 17-130,
Haynes 10-57, Bettis 7-24, Randle El 1-
(minus 2). Cleveland, Droughns 10-36,
Frye 3-9, Suggs 4-7, Smith 2-3- .
PASSING--Pittsburgh, Roethlisberger
13-20-0-226, Batch 1-1-0-31. Cleveland,
Frye 20-39-0-183.
RECEIVING-Pittsburgh, Ward 7-105,
Wilson 2-63, Morgan 1-31, Miller 1-21,
Randle El 1-20, Haynes 1-13, Kreider 1-4-
Cleveland, Shea 5-27, Northoutt 5-23,
Bryant 4-50, Jackson 3-41, Heiden 2-13.
Droughns 1-29.
MISSED FIELD GOALS--None

Lions 13, Saints 12
Detroit 0 7 0 6 -13
New Orleans 0 3 6 3 12


INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING--Buffalo, McGahee 23-66
Holcomb 2-1. Cincinnati, R.Johnson 18-88 ,
Palmer 4-14 Perry 1-2.
PASSING--Buffalo, Holcomb 24-31-1-
308. Cincinnati, Palmer 25-36-2-266 Kitna
2-2-0-17.
RECEIVING--Buffalo, Moulds 10-99,
Evans 5-107, Reed 3-60, McGahee 3-0,
Parrish 2-31, Shelton 1-11. Cincinnati,
C.Johnson 9-117, Houshmandzadeh 7-70 ,
Walter 3-21, Schobel 2-30, R.Johnson 2-8,
J.Johnson 2-6, Henry 1-27, Washington 1-4.
MISSED FIELD GOALS--Buffalo, Lindell
48 (WL).
Chiefs 20, Chiefs 7
San Diego 7 0 0 0 7
Kansas City 7 13 0 0 20
First Quarter
KC--L.Johnson 4 run (Tynes kick), 9:28.
SD--Gates 18 pass from Brees
(Kaeding kick), 4:06.
Second Quarter
KC-Parker 42 pass from Green (Tynes
kick), 14:53.
KC--L.Johnson 28 pass from Green
(kick failed), 1:45.
A-75,956.
SD KC
First downs 15 20
Total Net Yards 233 341
Rushes-yards 20-80 37-144
Passing 153 197
Punt Returns 2-3 4-59
Kickoff Returns 4-85 2-42
Interceptions Ret. 0-0 1-0
Comp-Att-Int 18-33-1 19-35-0
Sacked-Yards Lost 1-8 2-10
Punts 6-40.8 5-30.6
Fumbles-Lost 1-1 2-0
Penalties-Yards 7-58 7-48
Time of Possession 25:58 34:02
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING--San Diego, Tomlinson '15-
49, Brees 5-31. Kansas City, L.Johnson 32-
131, Green 4-7, D.Hall 1-6.
PASSING--San Diego, Brees 18-33-1-
161. Kansas City, Green 19-35-0-207.
RECEIVING--San Diego, McCardell 6-
58, Gates 4-52, Parker 4-33, Tomlinson 3-
1 Peelle 1-0.4K nsasLCity Gonzalez 5

Richardson 2-20, Kennison 2-19, Dunn 1-
2, D.Hall 1-2.
MISSED FIELD GOAL--Kansas City,
Tynes 52 (SH).
Redskins 35, Giants 20
N.Y. Giants 10 7 3 0 20
Washington 14 7 7 7 -- 35
First Quarter
Was--Moss 17 pass from Brunell (Hall
kick), 6:02.
NYG-FG Feely 47, 3:10.
NYG--Blackburn 31 interception return
(Feely kick), 2:20.
Was--Moss 59 pass from Brunell (Hall
kick), :13.
Second Quarter
Wa -Cooley 17 pass from Portis (Hall
kick), 3:15.
NYG--Toomer 25 pass from Manning
(Feely kick), :10.
Third Quarter
Was-Moss 72 pass from Ramsey (Hall
kick), 5:45.
NYG-FG Feely 38, 2:55.
Fourth Quarter
Was--Portis 19 run (Hall kick), 12:43.
A--90,477.
NYG Was
First downs 18 22
Total Net Yards 332 380
Rushes-yards 19-99 43-156
Passing 233 224
Punt Returns 2-2 1-5
Kickoff Returns 6-162 5-106
Interceptions Ret. 1-31 1-27
Comp-Att-int 23-42-1- 13-19-1
Sacked-Yards Lost 1-11 1-9
Punts 3-43.3 5-44.2
Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0
Penalties-Yards 9-64 6-81
Time of Possession 26:47 33:.13
INilVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING--N.Y. Giants, Barber 16-80,
Manning 2-13, Jacobs 1-6. Washington,
Portis 27-108, Betts 13-36, Brunell 2-8,
An.Brown 1-4.
PASSING--N.Y. Giants, Manning 23-41-
1-244, Barber 0-1-0-0. Washington,
Brunell 7-11-1-112, Ramsey 5-7-0-104,
P~orlis 1-1-0-17.
RECEIVING--N.Y. Giants, Toomer 6-85,
Barber 6-49, Burress 3-40, Shiancoe 3-40,
Finn 3-12, Shockey 2-18. Washington,
Moss 5-160, Cooley 5-41, Royal 1-13,
PoSE F BD 9GOAL--N.Y. Giants,

Feely 29 (BL).
NFL Injury Report
Sunday
CHICAGO BEARS (10-4) AT GREEN
BAY PACKERS (3-11) Bears: QUES-
TIONABLE: CB Jerry Azumah (hip); RB
Cedric Benson (knee); S Mike Brown (calf);
S Chris Harris (knee); LB Hunter
Hillenmeyer (thumb); RB Bayan Johnson
(back); S Todd Johnson (hip); G Terrence
Metcalf (shoulder); DT Ian Scott (ham-
string). Packers: OUT: RB Sam Gado
(knee). QUESTIONABLE: WR Robert
Ferguson (knee); CB Michael Hawkins
(knee); LB Robert Thomas (quadricep).
POB~aBnLE: c Clirns (ppecr anm;L

(knee); G William Whitticker (concussion).
MINNESOTA VIKINGS (8-6) AT BALTI-
MORE N VNS (5-9) Vikings C)T: LB

Marcus Johnson (ankle). QUESTIONABLE:
Wi WI vin F wer atn~kleAB TE J~errn ne
Chavous (ankle); LB Heath Farwell (knee);
P Chris Kluwe (right knee); CB Fred Smoot
(shoulder). Ravens: DOUBTFUL: TE Daniel
Wilcox (ankle). QUESTIONABLE: CB Dale
Carter (back); RB B.J. Sams (knee); LB
Mike Smith (thigh). PROBABLE: TE Darnell
Dinkins (ankle); C Mike Flynn (ankle).
Monday
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (9-5) AT
NEW YORK JETS (3-11) Patriots:
PROBABLE: QB Tom Brady (right shoul-
der). Jets: QUESTIONABLE: S Oliver
Celestin (ankle); DE Shaun Ellis (ham-
string); DT Dewayne Robertson (thigh).
PROBABLE: CB David Barrett (illness); RB
Derrick Blaylock (ankle); LB Mark Brown
S(neck); T Scott Gragg (back); WR Harry
IWilliams (knee).


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East
Pct PF PA
.643 322 289
.533 290 291
.333 245 337
.214 189 298
South
Pct PF PA
.929 409 206
.733 321 256
.267 286 381
.133 243 411
North
Pct PF PA
.733 418 313
.667 354 237
.357 219 256
.333 212 285
West
Pct PF PA
.786 350 248
.600 366 322
.600 411 289
.286 266 331


W LT
9 5 0
8 7 0
5 10 0
3 11 0

W LT
13 1 0
11 4 0
4 11 0
2 13 0


HomeAway
5-2-0 4-3-0
5-3-0 3-4-0
4-4-0 1-6-0
3-3-0 0-8-0

HomeAway
6-1-0 7-0-0
5-2-0 6-2-0
3-5-0 1-6-0
2-6-0 0-7-0

HomeAway
5-3-0 6-1-0
4-3-0 6-2-0
5-2-0 0-7-0
3-4-0 2-6-0

HomeAway
7-0-0 4-3-0
6-1-0 3-5-0
4-3-0 5-3-0
2-5-0 2-5-0


AFC NFC Div
6-4-0 3-1-0 4-0-0
6-5-0 2-2-0 2-3-0
5-6-0 0-4-0 2-3-0
2-8-0 1-3-0 1-3-0

AFC NFC Div
11-1-02-0-0 6-0-0
8-3-0 3-1-0 3-2-0
3-8-0 1-3-0 2-3-0
1-11-01-2-0 0-6-0

AFC NFC Div
7-4-0 4-0-0 5-1-0
7-5-0 3-0-0 4-2-0
4-7-0 1-2-0 2-3-0
3-8-0 2-2-0 0-5-0

AFC NFC Div
8-2-0 3-1-0 3-1-0
8-3-0 1-3-0 4-2-0
7-4-0 2-2-0 3-2-0
2-9-0 2-1-0 0-5-0


NFC AFC Div
8-4-0 2-1-0 4-2-0
9-2-0 0-4-0 4-1-0
7-4-0 2-2-0 3-3-0
3-7-0 3-1-0 0-5-0

NFC AFC Div
8-3-0 2-2-0 4-1-0
7-4-0 3-1-0 3-2-0
5-6-0 3-1-0 2-3-0
1-10-02-2-0 1-4-0.

NFC AFC Div
9-1-0 1-3-0 4-0-0
7-4-0 1-2-0 4-1-0
3-9-0 2-1-0 1-5-0
3-7-0 0-4-0 1-4-0

NFC AFC Div
10-1-02-1-0 6-0-0
2-9-0 3-1-0 1-5-0
3-8-0 1-2-0 3-3-0
3-9-0 0-3-0 2-4-0


x-New England
Miami
Buffalo
N.Y. Jets


z-Indianapolis
y-Jacksonville
Tennessee
Houston


x-Cincinnati
Pittsburgh
Baltimore
Cleveland


y-Denver
Kansas City
San Diego
Oakland


NATIONAL CONFERENCE
East
W LT Pct PF PA HomeAway
N.Y. Giants 10 5 0 .667 392 293 7-1-0 3-4-0
Washington 9 6 0 .600 328 273 6-2-0 3-4-0
Dallas 9 6 0 .600 315 288 5-2-0 4-4-0
Philadelphia 6 8 0.429 269 330 4-3-0 2-5-0
South
W LT Pct PF PA HomeAway
Tampa Bay 10 5 0 .667 273 261 5-2-0 5-3-0
Carolina 10 5 0 .667 347 248 5-3-0 5-2-0
Atlanta 8 7 0 .533 340 297 4-3-0 4-4-0
New Orleans 3 12 0 .200 222 371 1-7-0 2-5-0
North
W LT Pct PF PA HomeAway
Chicago 10 4 0.714 226 151 7-1-0 3-3-0
Minnesota 8 6 0 .571 249 304 5-2-0 3-4-0
Detroit 5 10 0 .333 233 310 3-5-0 2-5-0
Green Bay 3 11 0 .214 258 303 2-4-0 1-7-0
West
W LT Pct PF PA HomeAway
x-Seattle 12 2 0 .857 407 235 7-0-0 5-2-0
St. Louis 5 10 0 .333 343 419 3-5-0 2-5-0
Arizona 4 10 0 .286 271 349 2-5-0 2-5-0
San Francisco 3 12 0 .200 219 411 2-5-0 1-7-0
x-clinched division, y-clinched playoff spot, z-clinched conference


Dt S.Recond2Qua uerrbe

(Hanson kick), 5:45.
NO-FG Carney 35, 1:04-
Third Quarter
NO-FG Carney 47, 9:16-
NO-FG Carney 33, 5:49.
Fourth Quarter
Det-FG Hanson 21, 7:14.
NO-FG Carney 20, 1:52.
Det--FG Hanson 39, :00.
A--63,747.


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Saturday's Games
Miami 24, Tennessee 10
Detroit 13, New Orleans 12
Washington 35, N.Y. Giants 20
Buffalo 37, Cincinnati 27
Dallas 24, Carolina 20
Jacksonville 38, Houston 20
San Francisco 24, St. Louis 20
Kansas City 20, San Diego 7
Tampa Bay 27, Atlanta 24, OT
Pittsburgh 41, Cleveland 0
Philadelphia at Arizona, 4:05 p.m.
Indianapolis at Seattle, 4:15 p.m.
Oakland at Denver, 4:15 p.m.
Sunday's Games
Chicago at Green Bay, 5 p.m.
Minnesota at Baltimore, 8:30 p.m. *
Monday's Game
New England at N.Y. Jets, 9 p.m.


Buccaneers 271, Falcons 24
Atlanta 7 10 0O 7 0 24
Tampa Bay 7 7 0 10 3 27
First Quarter
Atl--Griffith 4 pass from Vick (Peterson
kick), 3:27.
TB-Cook 9 pass from Simms (Bryant
kick), :20, -
Second Quarter
TB--Alstott 13 pass from Simms
(Bryant kick), 12:50.
Atl--Jenkins 8 pass from Vick
(Peterson kick), 3:19.
Atl--FG Peterson 31, :09.
Fourth Qu...,
TB--FG Bryant 50, 9:01.
Ati--Duckett 2 run (Peterson kick),
4:18.
TB--C.Williams 6 run (Bryant kick),
:25.
Overtime
TB-FG Bryant 41, :15.
A-65,482.
Ati TB
First downs 19 30
Total Net Yards 281 444
Rushes-yards 36-1 54 37-174
Passing 127 270
Punt Returns 1-8 6-55
Kickoff Returns 5-104 6-121
Interceptions Ret. 2-82 0-0
Comp-Att-Int 16-26-0 29-42-2
Sacked-Yards Lost 4-34 2-15
bletsLs 7-44.9 5-43.2
Penalties-Yards 7-85 8-107
Time of Possession 33:39 41:06
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING--Atlanta, Vick 11-63, Dunn
14-59, Duckett 11-32. Tampa Bay'
C.Williams 31-150, Pittman 4-17, Alstott 1-
5, Simms 1-2.
PASSING--Atlanta, Vick 16-26-0-161.
Tampa Bay, Simms 29-42-2-285.
RECEIVING--Atlanta, Crumpler 4-63'
Jenkins 4-54, R.White 3-31, Griffith 2-4'
Dunn 1-5, Finneran 1-4, McCrary 1-0.
Tampa Bay, Galloway 8-97, A.Smith 8-75'
Pittman 4-17, Alstott 3-32, Becht 2-28'
Clayton 1-11, C.Williams 1-10, Cook 1-9'
Hima S1E -6FIELD GOALS--Atlanta,
Peterson 28 (BK). Tampa Bay, Bryant 27
(WL).




Dolphins 24, Titans 10
Tennessee 3 0 0 7 -10
Miami 0 17 0 7 24


Saturday, Dec. 31
Denver at San Diego, 4:30 p.m.
N.Y. Giants at Oakland, 8 p.m.
Sunday, Jan. 1
Buffalo at N.Y. Jets, 1 p.m.
Carolina at Atlanta, 1 p.m.
Detroit at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m.
Arizona at Indianapolis, 1 p.m.
Seattle at Green Bay, 1 p.m.
Miami at New England, 1 p.m.
Cincinnati at Kansas City, 1 p.m.
Baltimore at Cleveland, 1 p.m.
New Orleans at Tampa Bay, 1 p.m.
Houston at San Francisco, 4:05 p.m.
Tennessee at Jacksonville, 4:05 p.m.
Chicago at Minnesota, 4:15 p.m.
Washington at Philadelphia, 4:15 p.m.
St. Louis at Dallas, 8:30 p.m.
End Regular Season


Jaguars 38, Texans 20
Jacksonville 7 3 7 21 38
Houston 3 10 0 7 20
First Quarter
Jac--Toefield 1 run (Scobee kick),
6:02.
Hou--FG K.Brown 37, 2:21.
Second Quarter
Hou--Bradford 50 pass from Carr
(K.Brown kick), 11:43.
Jac-FG Scobee 26, 4:35.
Hou-FG K.Brown 53, 1:03.
Third Quarter
Jac--Toefield 2 run (Scobee kick), 4:03.
Fourth Qou..."
Hou--A.Johnson 53 pass from Carr
(K.Brown kick), 12:15.
Jac-Taylor 15 run (Scobee kick), 9:16-
Jac--Wilford 36 pass from Garrard


Det NO
First downs 14 19
Total Net Yards 279 273
Rushes-yards 24-71 25-47
Passing 208 226
Punt Returns 1-0 4-64
Kickoff Returns 5-150 3-53
Interceptions Ret. 0-0 1-0
Comp-Att-Int 17-30-1 21-38-0
Sacked-Yards Lost 1-2 1-7
Punts 6-46.5 4-40.0
Fumbles-Lost 0-0 2-1
Penalties-Yards 11-65 4-17
Time of Possession 30:09 29:51
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING--Detroit, Pinner 20-57,
Bryson 4-14. New Orleans, A.Smith 13-33,
Bouman 3-6, Stecker 7-5, Stallworth 1-3,
Thomas 1-0.
PASSING--Detroit, Harrington 17-30-1-
210. New Orleans, Bouman 21-38-0-233.
RECEIVING--Detroit, Pollard 6-44,
R.Williams 4-111, Pinner 4-31, M.Williams
1-21, FitzSimmons 1-7, Harrington 1-
(minus 4). New Orleans, Hilton 7-83, Horn
6-70, .Stallworth 2-47, Stecker 2-13,
A.Smith 25, Karney 1-8, Hakim 1-7.
MISSED FIELD GOALS--None.


49ers 24, Rams 20
San Francisco 7 10 0 7 24
St. Louis 3 17 0 0 20
First Quarter
SF--Hicks 73 run (Nedney kick), 14:44.
StL -FG Wilkins 50, 7:55.
Second Quarter .
StL-S.Jackson 3 run (Wilkins kick),
14:56.
StL--Holt 40 pass from Martin (Wilkins
kick), 8:32
StL-FG Wilkins 51, 3:33.
SF--Gore 10 run (Nedney kick), 1:19.
'SF-FG Nedney 56, :00
Fourth Quarter
SF--Gome 30 run (Nedney kick), 4:05.

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First downs 15 20
Total Net Yards 321 389
Rushes-yards 29-217 21-44
Passing 104 345
Punt Returns 1-13 4-43
Kickoff Returns 5-98 4-78
Interceptions Ret. 2-3 0-0
Comp-Att-Int 12-16-0 33-41-2
Sacked-Yards Lost 5-27 1-9
Punts 6-41.3 3-44.3
Fumbles-Lost 1-0 1-0
Penalties-Yards 6-39 4-24
Time of Possession 27:37 32:23
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING---San SFr ncisco, Hicks n10

11, Battle 1-8. St. Louis, S.Jackson 16-28'

M SS NG-MSa Fr isco, A.Smith 12-
16-0-131. St. Louis, Martin 33-41-2-354.
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18, Jackson 1-9, Hicks 1-3. St. Louis, Holt
10-163, M.Faulk 9-44, Bruce 6-73,
S.Jackson 3-21, Hedgecock 2-25, Curtis 2-
15, McDonald 1-13-
MIlSSED FIELD GOALS--None.

Bills 37, Beng~als 27
Buffalo 6 7 7 17 37
Cincinnati 0 14 10 3 27
First Quarter
Buf-FG Lindell 21, 11:44.
Buf-FG Lindell 24, 5:37.
Second Quarter
Cin--TPerry 2 run (Graham kick), 14:29.
Buf--Evans 3 pass from Holcomb
(Lindell kick), 9:37.
Cin--C.Johnson 41 pass from Palmer
(Graham kick), 1:17.
Third Quarter
Cin--FG Shayne Graham 31, 4:09.
Buf--McGee, 99 kick return (Lindell
kick), 3:57.
GCmn-He cry 27 pass from Carson Palmer
( m ourth Quarter
B CHolcomb 1 ru~n (Lindell kick), 11:29.

Buf--FG Lindell 22, :58


(Scobee kick), 2:37.
Jac--Toefield 17
1:51.
A-70,025.


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Jac Hou
First downs 30 18
Total Net Yards 448 370
Rushes-yards 33-172 29-107
Passing 276 263
Punt Returns 0-0 1-8
Kickoff Returns 4-85 4-53
Interceptions Ret. 1-14 0-0
Comp-Att-Int 18-31-0 19-29-1
Sacked-Yards Lost 3-16 4-32

Fubles-Lost 2-490 2-30
Penalties-Yards 6-50 7-40
Time of P~os esio LS ITIC 27:42

RUSHING-Jacksonville, Taylor 22-
101, Garrard 5-40, Toefield 4-24,
M.Jones 1-5, Pearman 1-2. Houston,
Wells 21-86, Morency 4-12, Carr 3-7,
A.Johnson 1-2.
PASSING-Jacksonville, Garrard 18-31-
0-292. Houston, Carr 19-29-1-295.
RECEIVING-Jacksonville. J.Smith 5-
71, Pearman 5-44, Wilford 4-118,
R.Williams 3-48, Taylor 1-11. Houston,
A.Johnson 7-119, Bradford 4-101, Rivers
\4-28, Wells 3-33, Morency 1-14.
MISSED FIELD GOALS--Jacksonville,
Scobee 40 (VR). Houston, K.Brown 38

COwboys 24, Panthers 20

Cr isa 10 3 0 7 2
naFirst Quart r
Car-FG Kasay 24, 10:. 5
Car--Carter 32 pass from Delhomme
(Kasay kick), 9:49.
Dal--J.Jones 8 run (Cundiff kick),
7:00.
Second Quarter
Dal--FG Cundiff 24, 11:00.
Car--FG Kasay 47, 6:50.
Third Quarter
Dal--J.Jones 43 run (Cundiff kick),
4:50.
Fourth Quarter
Car--Proehi 35 pass from Delhomme
(Kasay kick), 2:32.
Dal--T Glenn 2 pass from Bledsoe
(Cundiff kick), :24.
A--73,436.
Dal Car
First downs 22 13
Total Net Yards 394 318
Rushes-yards 41-214 24-71
Passing 180 247
Punt Returns 4-10 2-14
Kickoff Returns 5-132 4-104
Interceptions Ret. 1-6 1-8
Comp-Att-Int 15-23-1 14-31-1
Sack d-Yards Lost 7 8 7 51

Fumbles-Lost 3-1 3-1

Tiennd osa ssion 35 40 26 9
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING--Dallas, J.Jones 34-194,
Barber 6-20, Bledsoe 1-0. Carolina'
Foster 22-68, Goings 1-4, Delhomme 1-
(minus 1).
PASSING--Dallas, Bledsoe 15-23-1-
209. Carolina, Delhomme 14-31-1-260.
RECEIVING--Dallas, K.Johnson 6-89,
T Glenn 4-88, J.Jones 2-17, Witten 1-9,
Barber 1-5, Polite 1-1. Carolina, Carter 3-
55, Mangum 3-35, Proehl 2-104, Goings 2-
24, Foster 2-13, S.Smith 1-18, Hoover 1-
11
MISSED FIELD GOAL--Dallas, Cundiff
32 (BK).


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First Quarter
Ten--FG Bironas 24, 1:49.
Second Quarter
Mia--FG Mare 25, 7:31.
Mia--Chambers 11 pass from Frerotte
(Mare kick), 2:48.
Mia--Chambers 7 pass from Frerotte
(Mare kick), :27.
Fourth Quadter
Ten-Bennett 55 pass from Volek
(Bironas kick), 12:20.
Mia--R.Williams 19 run (Mare kick),
1:48.
A--72,001.
Ten Mia
First downs 11 18
Total Net Yards 234 322
.Rushes-yards 25-92 38-192
Passing 142 130
Punt Returns 8-25 5-28
Kickoff Returns 3-58 3-78
Interceptions Ret. 1-0 2-0
Comp-Att-Int 19-37-2 14-30-1
Sck d-Yards Last 9 24 9 4

Fumbles-Lost 3-1 4-1
Pie 1f sr sion 315 2 :1
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING--Tennessee, Henry 16-65,
Brown 7-18, McNair 1-8, Wade 1-1. Miami,
Williams 26-172, Morris 5-11, Chambers 3-
5, Frerotte 4-4.
PASSING--Tennessee, Volek 14-24-0-
132, McNair 5-13-2-34. Miami, Frerotte 14-
30-1-151.
RECEIVING-Tennessee, Bennett 4-70,
Roby 3-30, Scaife 3-18, Henry 3-10, Wade
2-14, Calico 1-9, Kinney 1-6, Payton 1-5,
Fleming 1-4. Miami, Chambers 5-51.
McMichael 4-42, Booker 3-50, Morris 1-5.
Williams 1-3.
MISSED FIELD GOALS--None.


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SOpportunity
for children

everywhere
ne of the key jobs for all
safe for-children.
In 2005, we in Citrus County
collectively failed in that role.
The murder of 9-year-old
Jessica Lunsford had a devas-
tating impact on our communi-
ty and the entire nation.
Today, many people through-
out our nation are celebrating
the birth of Christ. He was a
child who grew up to change
the world.
In this very civilized country
that we live in, every child
should have the opportunity to
grow up and change the world.
Jessica Lunsford won't have
that chance because our systern
of justice failed her. She won't
be opening up any Christmas
presents this morning.
The Homosassa Elementary
student was kidnapped and
murdered in March. The sus-
pect is an absconded sex-
offender who was let out of
jail. It's difficult to solve all the
problems that we as a nation
face, but vie adults are often
guilty of ignoring issues until
thWe do'tureal no 1 2hat to
do with sex offenders. We
know how to punish them, but
we don't know how to fix them.
We don't even know how sex
offenders become monsters
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when my dad showed up with a cam-
era, they chickened out.
I only wish I had been there myself.
Still, I am happy to live close to
where the flock arrive, since I used to
live so close to where they left. I still
get to see my neighbors (the quintes-
sential "snowbirds":) and to enjoy the
success of the whooping crane's
recovery.
David W. Peterson
Inverness

Stores, lighten up
I was out Christmas shopping, but it
did not seem like Christmas time. No
lights were on. None of the busin-
neses wanting me to come and spend
my money on Christmas gifts were
decorated. Absolutely none was invit-
ing, except Sears at the Crystal River
Mall. It had a Merry Christmas sign at


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in our hearts and on paper
at the thought of Christmas
w rords 'that cluster almost
instinctively thiroughout the sea-
son silch as love, joy and peace.
As this newspaper remains com-
mitted to. report, reflect, inform
and .explain, may all readers
understand t~hat it also remains
Sthe champion of~those ideals that
make Ithis~ commruniif personal,
conripassionate and unique. .
It is forever` easy to become
distracted from ivhat is impor-
:tant friends, family, communi-
ty, God. However, the members
of the Chronicle Editorial Board
strive~to bring not only the words
that reflect the stories in our
coinmunity each day but also the
words that reflect the celebjra-
tion- of thle goodness and kind-
ness that is shared during this
season and throughout the year.
We share our personal wishes
to you on this Christmas Day in
hopes they remain long past the
dagos when the ;Santas -are
removed from the department
store shelves. .
mum
More understanding, less talk-
ing. More tolerance, less hate.
More appreciation, less criti-
cism. More helpingeless harping.
More honesty, less politics; Let's
take a break, it's Christmas.

Gerry Mulligan

SThe first six letters in the word
Christmas affirm that Chr~istmas
is much more than a holiday. It is
a time that Christians celebrate
the birth of their Lord and
Savior Jesus Christ. and the
promise of His birth as con-
tained in John 3:16, "For God so
Loved the world, that he gave his
only begotten Sort, that whosoev-
er believeth in him should not
perish, but have everlasting
life." Thus, as I join fellow
Chnsh ias inf reocn sat th
it is my fervent wish that our joy
in celebrating the Christ Child
be respected by all and that
Christ forever remain in
Christmas. Merry Christmas.

Curt Ebitz

May the spirit of "Goodwill to
Men" inherent in Christmas
observance break the bonds
imposed by labels such as "liber-
al" and "conservative" or "mod-
erate" and "fundamentalist."
Would only that spirit become a
reality in the hearts of all, from
Congress member to city council
member, and from millionaire to
mill worker, regardless of creed,
so that all agree they are their
Brother's keeper and live with a
charitable, not stingy, spirit as
their means and positions allow.
It is too often a world of cruel
intent. The Christmas story of
Scrooge instructs with an
urgency more than it ever has. If
we are to survive as a nation
with any moral dominion, com-
passion will have to be the ulti-
mate dignity, not heartless
power and selfishness.
Jim Hunter

Today's the day when faith,
family and friends take center
stage. As we proceed toward,


into and through the new year I
hope we all can carry the spirit
of Christmas with us day in and
day ouit and use our blessings to
help those less fortunate.
Charlie Brennan

It's time to celebrate! A time to
celebrate the gifts our Heavenly
Father sent us through a baby in
g manger. That baby lived and
died and lived again so that we
could have freedom from the
_bondage of sin, peace that comes
from a relationship with our
Father, an ability to love that can
only come from God and the
promise of a life with Him eter-
nally. What a reason to cele-
brate! Merry Christmas!

Kathie Stewa~rt

I wish you 'the merriest of
Christmases vitih the confidence
that the message that is delivered
in our Christmas story is 'one of
:love, forgiveness, toleranc~e, hope
and happiness for all mankind.
How disappointing when our holi-
est of seasons becomes misunder-
stood by those who try to impose
their personal beliefs on others or~
feel it necessary to diminish those
respected beliefs of others which
may take a different road. Rather
than disputing about the correct-
ness of a greeting or the intent of a
symbol, I believe we would all be
better to focus on the values that
we share. We'll find out later who
got the details right.
.Neale Brennan

The holiday season means a
variety things to many different
people. Regardless ~of your reli-
gious beliefs,.I hope you view the
Holiday season as a tiime to share
in the spirit of giving. Giving can be
...accomplished mnla variety of ways.
; It can- be the simple gift of shar-

n f nsu an'orers ojtwnd mfo r
Spirit moves you, share time with
those who have no one else during
the holidays. Be thankful for what
you have and joyful toward others.
Then you will truly be able to
share the spirit ofthe holidays.

Mike Arnold

Although the celebration of
Christmas has evolved into a sec-
ular as much a religious holiday,
we should remember Christmas
is the celebration of Christ's
birth. I invite all to partake in all'
the joys of the season regardless
of faith. This time of year tends
to bring out the best in people. If
someone saying "erry
Christmas" offends you, don't be
offended. We live in a country
that allows for freedom of reli-
gion and freedom of expression.
If you do not believe in
Christmas, then just take it as a
watrn wish and revel in the joy
and spirit of the season.
My family and I will share in
all of the season's offerings and I
encourage you to do the same.
Christmas morning is when I
will receive the greatest gift of
all, seeing the delight on the
faces of my children. For you I
offer a warm and sincere Merry
Christmas.

John Murphy


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the door. I almost cried I was so
ha .Bet Ciru adaMa in ern-


Hal mween dsoerain t n theat me
was here.

geou watu nt e Lg nenup, :

then mayber some of them would
even smile. It's worth a try.
Gwen Kennedy
Citrus Springs

Glad for toys
I would like to take this time t~o

psa g anmyp rn uodeC mr Co nty, tok
majority of us are on a fixed income.
So as we approach this particular hol-
iday, you have made it possible to
make the Christmas spirit much
brighter not just for my grandson, but
also for other boys and girls like him.,
Thanks again for making our
Christmasaa little more merrier!
We wish you a Merry Christmas and
the best New Year!
Kathryn Edwards
Lecanto

Thanks for donations
On behalf of the Beverly Hills Civic
Association, I would like to thank the~
following for their door prize dona-
tions for our recent Christmas party:
Jackie Gafthey of Exit Realty, Sal's
Italian Restaurant, Pine Ridge Golf
Club, and ?Twisted Oaks Golf Club.
Thanks also to the board members
that contributed both time and prizes.
It is greatly appreciated.
Terri Saidinger, secretary
BHCA


Whooping memories
Your article touched upon the chal-
lenges of harsh weather and stubborn-
nees of h eNwo n cate dasH Ite
Refuge. I thought I might add a bit,
I grew up about five miles -from the
reue /ygasndf the led ne y
ed with thousands of Canada geese,
sandhill cranes and, in the middle of
the flocks would be one or two white
heads, tipped with red, that we would
focus on with binoculars.
ITwo fields are cut through by Bear
Creek. These fields were a favorite
point for congregations of vast flocks
of migrating birds, because, after the
harvest of my grandfather's corn or
soybeans, the leavings were enough to
make for some forage.
I used to be awed by the numbers
of geese and cranes, especially when
they would take flight and fill the air
with wings and honks and the
scratchy, throaty calls that sandhills
make. But whenever there was a
whooper, everyone came with binocu-
lars. This program has been fascinat-
ing since it began, because the bird
has been such a delight since long
before that.
A small group of whooping cranes
showed stubbornness when they flew
from the refuge. They were practical-
ly camped out in my uncle's back yard
... which meant he had biologists
camped there, too, trying to coax the
cranes back to the refuge or to contin-
ue the migration.
Some cranes would not come out of
the woods, so my dad and my uncle
drove them out by making noise and
shooting'a deer rifle into the ground.
The biologists were growing des-
perate because of impending cold
weather. They were going to wear
their whooping crane costumes, but


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"Merry Christmas"
has been in the news
recently There are those who advo-
cate boycotting businesses which
avoid using Christmas in their sea-
son's greetings. I, too, wince at polit-
ical correctness which says we
should never offend anyone by
acknowledging Christ, but I think
perhaps I can represent Him best
by simply sharing the good news of
His birth. .
SWhen it comes to sharing the
Christmas message, nothing does
it better than the carol, "Silent
Night"


Glorlies stream from heaven afal;
heavenly hosts sing Alleluia;
Chr-ist the Saviour is born, Chr~ist
the Sa viour is born. "
I remember the other little
boys and me wearing bathr~obes
and tying scarves around our
heads to portray shepherds for
the children's Christmas play at
church each year. We'd sit on the
floor and a little girl dressed as
an angel would come with the
greeting that our Savior had been
born.
Yet, even in that simple presen-
tation, it was driven home that
the birth of our Lord was an


"Silent night, holy night! All is
calm, all is bright. 'Round yon vir-
gin, mother and Child! Holy
Infant so tenderand mild, sleep
in heavenly peace, sleep inl heav-
enly peace. '
When Iwas child, Christmas
was a mixture of the excitement
of a visit from Santa Claus and
the mood which comes from
singing "Jingle Bells"; and, at the
same time, the very real under-
standing that; the purpose for our
celebration was the birth of
Christ.
"Silent night, holy night!
Shepherds quake at the sight!


event like no other in the history
of the world.
"Si'lent night, holy night! Son of
God, love's pure light, radiant
beams li'om Thy holy face, with
the dawn of redeeming grace,
Jesus, Lord, at Thy birth, Jesus,
Lord, at Thy birth. "
I rarely hear this verse sung.
Choirs or carolers usually sing
the first two verses, but not the
third. The truth is, I've never
been able to sing it, either. A
lump will swell up in my throat
and tears will fill my eyes. The
words are almost too precious,
too powerful to be sung,


"With the dawn of redeeming
grace, Jesus, Lord, at thy birth. "
Another year has come and
gone. I would like to take the
opportunity to wish each of you
readers and your family a Merry
Christmas from me and mine.
May the richness of His match-
less grace be yours at this
Christmas season and throughout
the coming year.


Fred Brannen is an
Inverness resident and a
Chronicle columnist.


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A SLICE
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Original X
Re: "X marks the holiday," Opinion page '
Dec 16. .
Actually, the Greek "X" is not a symbol, it is
the first letter in the Greek spelling of Christ,
to wit, "Xristos". The Greek "X" is the Greek
'Chi" (khee). Because of the difficulty of pro-
ducing the true sound of "X", it is generally
sounded like a "k .
Christmas is a contraction of Christ's Mass,
derived from the Oldl English Cristes maesse.
So referring to Christmas as Xmas is no sign
of disrespect, as many people believe.
However, it helps to know its origins.
Bob Wardrop
Inverness

Liberal agenda
The liberal agenda here in America is using a
three-pronged approach to achieve their goals.
The very first thing they must do before they
can succeed in destroying America as we know
it is to get rid of Christianity. This is most
important, because the Bible and its teachings
are in direct contrast to the beliefs they advo-
cate. .-
This is done with the help of the liberal
media and especially Hollywood by portraying
Christians as fumbling, out-of-touch buffoons
who need to be kept in their place and who
have no right to hand down their beliefs to the
younger generations. This includes our own
children. Separation~of church and state to
these liberals means we and our children have
a right to their views only. Thus the attack on
school prayer, the Ten Commandments,
Christmas and the like.
The second thing they must' succeed in doing
is to be sure that we lose the war in Iraq. The
liberal left cannot allow democracy in Iraq to
succeed. They mtist encourage the enemy to
fight on. They must convince our people that
Saddam is not such a bad guy and that no mat-
ter what, America is wrong first, last and
always. That is, America is wrong unless they
are in the White Hocuse. ghein ajnythfgoes, i:
Lastly, the: libjeral~s must convince the,popu-
lace that America's success stories are all in
the past. According to them, a person cannot
achieve any level of decent life through hard
work.
I thank God for those Americans who are
doing their best to make it on their own, and I
support those programs which give a helping
hand to the truly needy. I thank God for
President Bush and for our wonderfid troops
who realize that freedom is not free.
Mike Asher
Homosassa

Women for peace
It seems like every time I see or read about
anti-war or peace activists demonstrating or
trying to organize a demonstration, women are
leading the way. Why? How many months or
years have they spent in the military, much less
in combat? Who are they to try to tell everyone
what we (the United States) should do to con-
duct the war or any phase of it? Although I
have seen some men and even veterans joining
in on these demonstrations, they seem to'be
the minority by far. I am a life member of four
major veterans' organizations, but have never
met a veteran in Florida who would attend one
of these peace/anti-war demonstrations, and,
yes, some of these veterans are women who
served with great courage and conviction.
In Sound Off the other day, there was a per-
son trying to round up support for another
peace demonstration in Inverness. The name
looked like a woman's. They always make sure
that they say we support the troops, just not the
war. You have the right to say this because the
U.S. Military has fought the world over to give
you that right. You cannot support our military
forces with this type of conduct regardless of


what platitudes you spew out.
We cut and ran in 1975 from Vietnam, and
the results for the South Vietnamese were
murder, concentration camps, retraining
camps, loss of homes, loss of businesses, mass
exodus and division of families, all by the
North Vietnamese. If we cut and run from Iraq,
the results will be far worse and far-reaching
throughout the Middle East.
Remember, the U.S. Military is an all-volun-
tary force, and the best trained and equipped
.force in history. However, morale of these
forces is very important and these anti-
war/peace demonstrations are seen and/or
heard by those forces and may do more harm
than good. So keep your anti-war/peace opin-
ions to yourselves, and then express them in
the voting booth at the next election.
M.c. Gibbs
Citrus Springs

Game rooms closed
The game rooms in Inverness and Lecanto
(and other cities) were ordered closed Tuesday.
This is not a good thing.
About 250 people, including myself, would
have frequented Lady Jo's throughout the day
for Christmas. Most of them may have spent
the day alone. Now some of them will. I am
sure the other game rooms would see the same
kind of attendance. They would have been able
to eat with friends, and enjoy their company.
These are people they have associated with
for the past year. Too bad they may not have
this to look forward to.
It is understandable that some of the game
rooms should be closed, as they do not adhere
to the law, and allow the insertion of money
.into the machines. But establishments that
have followed these guidelines: should not be
penalized.
The idea of being able to get gift cards as
your prize is not a bad thing, as most people
use these cards at supermarkets and restau-
rants. This is good for the people and the econ-
omy.
:::They are not~spenrdinga congl1e hours in the;.
car, paying tolls and captive on a ship for
hours. If you don't feel like staying, you just
pick up and leave. A study should have been
dolle as to how much money stays in the county
instead of supporting other areas.
And then there is the place in Tampa. A
large amount of Citrus County money previ-
ously has gone there before having the enter-
tainment-type fun in our own county.
We need information from the state attorney
about the.decision to close these game rooms.
to find out what it takes to reopen them. The
public should have an opinion.
To hear the concern about people squander-
ing money in these places infuriates me. We
are adults, and it is our money to spend on
entertainment we chose. If we no longer can
make these choices, then they need to consid-
er stopping bingo, horse racing, dog.races and
probably even lottery.
Roslie Greenwell-Kilgus
Inverness

No tiurnini back
Curt Ebitz states (Commentary, Dec. 11) that:
"We must stay the course in Iraq."
Although we both live in Sugarmill Woods, I
have never met Mr. Ebitz, but I have a great
deal of respect for him. (He outranked me.)
I have said over and over again that we can't
walk away from this one the way we did in
Vietnam. In short, I thoroughly agree with his
statement.
However, with all due respect, the consensus
around the country is that Bush never should
have taken us to Iraq in the first place!
Duane Smith
Sugarmill Woods


Outstanding chiorale
I've seen the Barbershoppers
and the community band written
i~pin the Chronicle time and
Ste again. There's something I
fpn't understand: The Sugarrilill
Sharale is a -countywide commu-
pty choir. When is the Chronicle
iong to publish their photo and
arevi~ew of their Christmas con-
- rt? It was outstanding. .
Beating witnessed
IaIsaw two young boys in a
Theydstopped ahnd an
~firteir dg and wen tey
bot a hold of him, they beat him
yith a belt. To me that was so
setting, I cried. I wish I could
~ive hel ed t codg. I sho ld

coul have taken dowr their tag
number, but I dicin't. I'm jo
ijpset. I wish there was h~elp for
this poor puppy.
PriCO CellikOIs
An individual irrites in that
IGeorge Bu~sh should put price
controls on oil because he's get-
;tng us Into a depression. My
gosh, the economy could not be
a~ny better than it is now.

phni tohym'8ts* In Osn d at
!any time in recent modern his-
tory. I cannot believe that. Plus,
if he piut new price controls and
then put price controls at $3 a
gallon,. it would stay $3 instead
of going dovtin to $2.'And now
the map! says they're going to
tax %30 billion on the oil indus-
tryj profits. Doesn't he under-
sta: c' that industry doesn't pay
taxed: They'll~put it in the price
ofgas to pay fr it So
Congress puts a $30 billion tax
on the oil industry, it will go
right down to the pump. Watch
your gas go up 10 to 15 cents a
gallon. Way to go.
.NO handy shopping .
Mydwife and I retire~doand
moved t ugarmil Wos
neoalys a0yea eado eSu armn 11
comprising of four villages with
(more than) 10,000 people. We
a're on the far south end of
Citrus County on U.S. 19. New
home building is booming here,
just like it is all over Citrus
County. When we moved here,
there were signs on U.S. 19
adjacent to Sugarmill Woods,
saying "Future shopping cen-
ter." The home developers,
Realtors and Sugarmill Woods
folks, in their sales presenta-
tion, said that very soon we
would have a supermarket'
drugstore, fast food and sit-
down restaurants on U.S. 19
and also at that (U.S.) 19 and
(U.S.) 98 intersection. Now, 10
years later, the signs have fallen
down and we still have nothing
bu n oboeen Cmtbo adh
no pay-at-the-pump features.
With our large population and
other housing developments
south towards Spring Hill, any
commercial development would
have to be very successful. Do
we not have the sewer and .
water for this? This part of
Citrus County always seems to
take a back seat on the infra-
structure necessary for com-


mercial development. Our
eight-mile drive to buy food
and shop is becoming more
difficult as we grow older.. By
necessity, we are starting to
look elsewhere. Publix, Kash n'
Karry, Walgreens and others:
Where are you? s .
MagiC WandS
Following up on the pat-downs
at Raymond James Stadium:
Maybe the pat-downs are a little
ourt of hand, but the safety of
our country and community
should come first. At some con-
certs and other gatherings, they
use metal wands. Can't this be
considered there? It should be
mandatory. Pat-downs aren't
sufficient anyway and you
should not be tourche~d unless
you have broken a law and (are)
being arrested. Wake up and
invest in those magic wands. It's
a no-brainer, don't you, all agree?
Stealing a-plan
George Bush lays claim to all
the good things he has done.
The truth is, he's a follower, not
a leader. The Republicans say
the Democrats don't have a
p an. Well, everything the
democrats say, he spiels as his
idea. Try these on for size, to
namesa few: 1.2We need em er
friends in the world to be there
to.help us, not to~have policies
that push others away from us.
3. To level with the American
people, stop the secrecy. 4. For
two years, the Democrats have
said George Bush needs a plan
to withdraw from Iraq. The
Republicans say the Democrats
don't have a plan for anything.
Folks, it's the Republicans who
control everything. It's the
president's job to have a plan.
Every time the Democrats pres-
ent something, the Republicans
steal the idea or vote it down.
And by the way, Jack Murtha .
did not call for an immediate
withdrawal of troops; he said
whe should draw back and give
that raqis a c ance, an i
bhack i nth.woor we can go

'Tailgating crash

(S jst watcheda accident on
Croft Road. One car had to
stop to make a right-hand turn.
The car behind her ran right
into her because she was too
clse toso. Se was doing

cars between her and the car
that had to stop. Naturally, she
couldn't stop that fast when
she was tailgating the other
car. This is the cause of many
accidents involving two or more
cars, because people don't
leave space between them and
tep c aeadh db a em.tThere's
car (length) between cars for
every 10 mph ~that you're driv-
ing. So 50 mph needs five car
(lengths) between them, not
two. Brakes can't respond that
fast. Wake up, drivers.

Paying for display
SWho is paying for the display
of lights at Withiacoochee River
power? While it may be beauti-


ful, it's using a great deal of
electricity. I wonder who is pay-
ing for it. Are the stockholders
paying for it? Is it coming out
of their dividends? Are the
users of electricity having that
fee tacked onto their bills? Or
*are. members of Withiacoochee.
River power paying for it indi-
rectly? ... I highly doubt the
executives who decided t6 use
that much electricity for the
display are paying for it out of
their pocket, but I would sure
like to know who's paying for it,
unpp orting babieS
To (the) Citrus Springs
"Speak Out" resident, who said
that women should be steril-
izecI for having too many
.babr;es anda h~e's tired of sup~-
porting them: Well, let' me tell
you something; it takes two to
make babies. My mother, when
welfare was reformed', had to
orek for ahser welf re ch c.wo
are you to say that women
should be sterilized?
Older deputieS
I see that Fort Myers recently
hired a 69-year-old deputy
sheriff. I have to applaud them
for not age discriminating. If
rledan abl odo hed ibkeage
know if Sheriff Jeff Dawsy
would follow suit. I'd like tp see
how many older deputies every
year get hired in Citrus County.
Rethinking light
When are we going to realize
that the Sugarmiji Woods
entrance light was the worst
mistake that ever happened
here? If you think it's great,
there's something wrong.
Whoever fought for this, it was
a big mistake. First, it serves
no purpose but to make con-
gestion, long lines, much noise
with trucks bearing down all
hours of the night. They're still
doing 60 mph going past
Sugarmill Woods...
Anonymous donor
Concerning a call titled
"Donation offer," on Dec. 15: It
was very generous of you to
offer $1,000 to the Republican
Party if you could meet
President Bush face to face and
tell him what youI think of him
and his policies. ... You have hid-
den behind the anonymity ... You
could have written a letter to the
editor including your telephone
number and name. Maybe then
the Republicans would arrange
your meeting the next time
President Bush is here in
Florida.
Singing tree
Kudos to the Crystal River
Baptist Church for its lovely

Chistnr pregasr Itwas a
beautiful show. I was sorry to
hear that Orlando wasn't going
to do their Christmas tree pro-
gram anymore, but now it
doesn't matter. We have one
right here that's almost as
good - niot as large, but just
as good. It s closer and it's
free. So I just wanted to thank
them for presenting a lovely
Christmas program.


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we not apply the doctor's orders? The attic
tude of acceptance does not set well withz
me and it turns deep in my gut, yet resist-
ance to these negative forces is apparent-:
ly not socially acceptable.
There are things we can do about hope
and our children. We all can control the
TV set, send letters to the stations and cen-
sor the products. We can slow down the
excessive purchase of adult and children
products.
.Clothes and technology toys seem to@
almost bankrupt our families. We can sayi
"no" to children and let guilt be accepted
as necessary at times. The adults should'
be directing and guiding children, not giv-
ing in to~spontaneous demands.
We can set up family time every night to
communicate and connect with children.'
The provisions of building a good found;
tion will set up better choices in this ver y
competitive work force. A revitalization of'
academic interest is essential in every civ-:
ilized society. This will give students toolS'.
and hope in.this fast-paced world of the
present and the fu~ture.
The light is dimming, but not out. We:
can't wait for someone~else to~~fixth:~is prob-
lem. The reality is, just one persofi at a
time becomes a collective effort in making
the light brighter. We collectively will alter
history and brighten the future. If wee
don't, get the candles ready. It will be dari~~
out there!


Greg Biance has been an educaterfor 25
years. He has a master's degree inr middle,
school science, was the school district ,,
Teacher of the Year in 1994 and is a sci- i
ence teacher at Inverness Middle School,


-C1 Iam in .my. twilight of my teaching
career, and the optimistic light is dim-
r ming. I love what I do and I hate what
it has become.
The irony of love and -hate seem con-
flicting, yet I am driven to beat the odds.
I believe there is an important connec-
tion between my students and the~ society
that shapes them. Has our self-serving cul-
ture moved to the edge of ~the cliff before
c ,- the final jump? Is there another ledge
below or is there no turning back in this
gravity free fall? A horrific leap that I pray
-- --will never happen.
,,,, The teaching of my science discipline
has evolved over the years. It used to be all
r about the life science and the passion that
ran through my veins to communicate the
ideas to children of the middle years. The
opportunity to see one grasp this ever-
t developing discipline was awesome in my
r eyes and I hope in the eyes and hearts
under my tutelage. But there are missing,
pieces of the puzzle when I peer past their
eyes and into their soul.
This spark is harder to read, dimmer in
appearance and increasingly apathetic in
many children and I bet parents, as well.
Does the current flock of sheep lack the
intellect or is it the optimism that their
future will be brighter? Think the latter.
Are the parents so preoccupied with
paying bills in a highly service-related
,. community that only large chain stores
,,r bear grins on their faces? Students are
.expressing the negative lack of hope,
.because adults must teach hard work and
~no short cuts are the only strategies to sur-
vive in an ever-changing world.
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clogging harbors and roadstays.
Through the combined efforts of Gaude,-
among others, Valdez will be spared the
transportation costs. An apparently newly
formed group called the Alaska Fishing.
Industry Relief Mission has donated
$20,000 toward transportation, the Alaska
Sea Grant program is devoting a portion of~
its publication sales, and a military plan
is to fly this 60-ton unit to its Louisiana'
destination.
Valdez had replaced this boat lift with a
new one about two years ago. As a surplus
item, it was on sale for $30,000. However~
its acquisition spares this heavily stricken
Louisiana parish from spending between
$250,000 to $300,000, which is the price ~fi
a new Marine Travelift.
No one seemed more grateful than'
Parish President Benny Rousselle. "W-
have experienced great devastationrdue to
hurricanes Katrina and Rita," he said.'
"The commercial fishing community has.
been the hardest hit. Manyr of these fisher-
men have nothing left except their boats.
This contribution from the city of Valdez is
vital to the rebuilding of our commercial-
fishing economy. I don't know how to thank
them enough. The value of this donation is
beyond words."
From this distance, I don't know .what:
changed the minds of Valdez City Council
members. If they had seen the sickening
sight of despair that I saw in the region,
they would not have needed that second
meeting to pass the plea for help.
The people ofValdez and all of Alaska
can be proud of the outcome. What a great
expression of the spirit of giving in this
holiday season.

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A winter resident of Crystal River,
John Strohmeyer is a Pulitzer Prize-
winning journalist and author ofseveral
nationally acclaimed books.


JoHN STROHMWEYER
Special to the Chronzicle


*The tiny port city of Valdez, a town of
.. 4,100 people located at the head .of
.... -Alaska's Prince William Sound, has made
---. grim national headline news .in recent
times. An earthquake in 1964 wiped out
the entire town, causing it to relocate. In
1989, the supertanker Exxon Valdez hilt a
. ~reef in the harbor and spilled 100,000 bar-
..rels of oil into the pristine sound.
. -The city made news of a different kind
-early this month. While it is not capturing
-national headlines, it is a humbling story
- that deserves to be told as we contemplate
this season of giving.
. . It seems, that Valdez had a surplus boat
Hoist going to nowhere. A hurricane-
stricken New Orleans port hoped Valdez
would send it down there. It would have
.been a humanitarian gesture to help
remove thousands of sunken and stranded
vessels so that the devastated Louisiana
S fishermen can get back to work.
Valdez harbormaster Alan Sorum had
learned of the need through his profes-
~sional trade organization. Despite his
strong plea to the Valdez City Council in
November to donate the unused boat lift
~to Plaquemines Parish, one of the hardest-
hit Louisiana ports, the scrooges on the
council seemed to prevail and voted down
the proposal.
I learned of this accidentally in a visit
early this month to New Orleans to update
my forthcoming book on the nation's trou-
bled fisheries. Considering all of the
national criticism Alaska has taken over
congressional appropriations to build the
so-called bridge to nowhere, I could not
conceive that the proud city of Valdez, and
once itself a beneficiary of disaster help in
thel964 earthquake, would not fathom the
catastrophic need.
But Albert "Rusty" Gaude, a Sea Grant
agent in the Louisiana area, showed me a
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children and let guilt be

accepted as necessary at
times. The adults should

be directing and guiding
children, not giving in to
sOntaneous demands.

three generations, I saw the snapshots that
hinted toward the future generations' abil-
ities. There should be a greater concern.
Teachers see these patterns of the 10-
year cycles, we are scared, of what we.see
before us, but the honest counterattack on
culture is beyond the strength of their
backbone. Many fear reprisals, and the
politically correct style has become the
norm.. It is civilized and good manners, but
we need to slow down the -cultural train
that is going to derail all of us.
Comments by syndicated columnist
Charley Reese in his article referencing
the fall of the Roman Empire were inter-
esting. The fall did not happen ort the
morning of 476 A.D., and bam, we were in
the Dark Ages; it was slow and insidious.
These early signs and patterns have
'heightened in the last five to 10 years,
which weighs deeply on my heart as an
educator. Teachers and adults seem to
absorb this new information too casually,
while accepting the obvious signs of our
shakyr society. Their strategy of attack is
with a "new box cover" such as textbooks
or curriculum, but it is deeper than' this. It
is cancer and Band-Aids do hot work. Ask
any oncologist.


M~askans send rehief across the country


From tis dance, t ditI

don't~ know what changed
the minds of Valdez City

Council members. If they
had seen the sickening

Sight of despair that I saw
in the region, they would
n0t have needed that

SOCOnd meeting to pass

the plea for help.

the Valdez Star. Sure enough, one council
member said his first obligation was a
financial one to the citizens of Valdez and
he was not prepared to give away a city
asset. With the town usually buried in
deep snow for four months of the year and
struggling to meet escalating fuel costs, it
was easy for other members to agree. The
proposal lost 4-2. Mayor Bert Cottle was
quoted as saying the surplus boat lift
should be first offered to an Alaskan port
in need.
This refusal to help seemed incredible
to me. Hurricane Katrina has left at least
3,000 commercial boats and 35,000 to
40,000 recreational boats in need of sal-
vage. They are blocking harbor passages to
boats that can still fish, and preventing
vessels from reaching processing plants
that buy their fish.
However, just as I was about to finish my
mission in researching the hurricane
impact on the fishery, a smiling Gaude
hustled over to hand me Sea Grant's latest
report. They had just learned that at its
meeting on Dec. 5, the Valdez City Council
reversed itself. It voted to donate its sur-
plus Marine Travellift to Plaquemines





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representatives of other govern-
ment agencies and/or employ-
ees of the same agencies who
generate comments that gener-
ally warrant public awareness,
thus news coverage.
It's human nature to cringe
when you're in the line of fire
about a decision, a position or
a process someone's angry
about. Differences of opinion
.are inevitable and public
awareness serves a greater
good to bring healthy debate to
significant issues.
Fortunately for Citrus
County, there's no shortage of
people willing to express their
opinions. Also fortunately for
Citrus County, there are people
~who absorb tons of grief and
receive little to no acknowl-
edgement for all they do Itight.
These are the people who
bite their tongue when
ders"inclined to ask their critics:
so perfect that you're comfort-
~able trashingme? .
While. the newspaper will
Always zoom in on controversy
that impacts the lives of resi-
dents, it's not the intent of the
news staff or editorial board to
trash individuals. 'Sometimes 'it
doesn't come across that way,
~though, and that's something we
must constantly be mindful of. .
With few exceptions, the lead-
ers in our community acknowl-
edge their success lies with
their employees. In the spirit of
-Christmas and the holiday sea-
son, it'd be nice for vocal drities
- -- heck, everyone to thank
those who keep our little com-
munity chugging along.
How often does someone in
school administration have
someone say thanks for adinin-
rticle about: Adam istrating bureaucracy in such a
k by Dave Pieklik ... I've wayT that it contributes to a
.say, man, you folks got strong school system?
of. Judges Howai-d's How often does an
lid the right thing. Emergency Operations Center
dispatcher get a pat on the
gCatiV9 VieWS back from residents for keep-
s tome tat or eery ng their cocolc when deciphe -
e that sound off in :: getting11elp to those in need?.
In, 5 percent are say- How often- does someone in
hing positive and 95 government accounting, get
e saying something thanked for keeping cash flow
Tells you something positive and the bills paid? '
7an nature, doesn't it? How often~do those serving
~atest thredi in voluntary and nominal-pay
positions water boards, zon-
'ill tell.you that terror- ing boards, etc. L receive a big
Ir country's biggest I; thanks for their efforts?
at's, obb .half-'righti Th~e~ How' often do~ Departmerit ojf
ut country's biggest Children and Family Services
caseworkers receive praise for


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I just lovereading a~boutFred taherefo
;Eanrien's perspna?1''ife. The- hour or
s ory he wrote aboutt': the went on
j:Wjldwood train station brought aiginst
tears to my e~ye~s. 1. ;and not
~Unwed .fatherS: that a!
e(A) Dec. 15 letter to the edi- : huh
tar about unwed mothers was
very informative and unfortu- ta ~soou
nqte. Yes, this is a problem.: i
However,' the female does not ca
get pregnant by herself. I belie
Perhaps now is the time for the "A~sk not
.re~dical industry to pursue dif- .do for yo
ferent w/iays of: birth -control for for your
thermale, that actuajiy works.; atlve all 1
pwoNgdi Oi tlfOOl--~ thing cee
-Several years ago, I attended als look


SoundZ oFF


:hurch service! that had
speaker. As we .sat
r the best part of an
so while the preacher
and on about being
thid and a ainst that .
for this and not 'for .
asked my wife if she
tie wuld ever the

Ar al thhow much
ar ty.
ve that a Democrat saicl,
what ~your country can
,u, but what you can do
country.".But` being neg.
the time about ever~y.
~tainly does not help ou~r
It also makes the liber-
petty ~and~ our: country


read the at
BollenbacC
just got to
to get off (
back. He d
Nel
It seem
100 people
this colum
ing sometl
percent ar
negative. T
about hum
SGre
Some w
ists are -ou
bitreatn~h~
ACLU is o~
enemy.


look foolish and weaker in the
eyes of the world.
Wrongs and rightS
In his latest stat ement,
George Bush says two thihgs
ta em tobs iea tl cn r
Iraq based on faulty intelligence.
2.. He says even though the intel-
ligence was faultyl, even though
'they didn't have weapons of
mass destruction, invading was
.still the right things to do, which
seems to me. he's saying we did
it because we thought they had
them but we would have done it
even if we'd known tjhpy didn't.
::" ;'i~F SOMOMnc
I was just calling because I


That means improving educa-
tion, fighting poverty, defending
the family, improving law
enforcement, getting tough with
criminals, dealing with mental
health problems, establishing
efforts to protect children. and,
-- well you get the picture.
Thei~e's a lot of work to do.
Our job as adults is to protect
the children. On Christmas,
that should be our most impor-
tant gift to the children in our
lives and in our community.
Every child should hiave the
opportunity to grow up and
change the world.

Gerry Mulligan is the publish-
er of the Chronicle. His e-mail
address is gmulligan@
chronicleonline.com.


Fortunately for
Citrus County,
there's no
Shortage of people
Willing t0 express
their opinions.

trying to help a dysfunctional
family?
How~ often does a city coun-
cil member get a call of appre-
ciation for the timely paying of
a street?
How often is a road patrol-
man thanked for making our
highways a lot safer than
they'd otherwise be?
By the same token, people
who hold the highest-profile
jobs may be viewed by many as
floating in praise when, in real-
ity, the niceties are short-lived
and the criticism is never-
ending.
How often does the superin-
tendent of schools hear: "Hey, I
disagree with the time sched-
ule for school buses, but I real-
ly appreciate the pleasantness
and openness of thie teacher
contract talks."
During election season, crit-
ics of the sheriff had little pos-
itive toi say about him. How
many of them have told him his
demeanor during a period of
some -awful crimes makes
them proud?
.How many critics of county
government have acknqwl-
edged the county administra-
tor's dedication to keeping the
business of government mov-
ing forward?
When a hospital visit goes
well, how many people acknowl-
edge that the administrator
must be doing something right?
Government jobs, in particu-
lar, are moving targets because
"the public" is the boss. For
nearly every decision someone
makes, someone else will dis-
agree.
~While the everyday-life good
works ofthe majority ofgovern-
ment-emcployeed peotgilre lk

news, it is those people who
make our society function.
To all those people, count-
less others not used as. exam-
ples, and to you, Metry
Christmas.

Charlie Brennan is editor of
the ~Citrus Ccounty Chronicl !/r
He can be~e-mailedat ;ir
ebrennan@
chronicleonline.com


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Jbhn Coueyt the man accused
of~the crimes agahist Jessica,
was once an .innocetit child.
Howi did this, hape?

"crimes, Ipunish them afid ~then
let them back on the streets to
once again prey on our children.
The positive result of this libri-
rible tragedy is that our comnmu-
nity and nation have responded
with new laws to.protect chil-
dre'n. Lawmakers in Talla-
hassee and Washington all know
the~ name of Jessica Lunsford. .
(We're going to get tougher
with the criminals and try to
monitor them more,. but I'm


Every child should
have the

Opportunity to .
~~.gf0W, up and

change the world.

nowhere near convinced that
uie've done enough.
:It's too easy to forget. It's tdoo
easy to movie on to other things.
This Christinas morning, take
time out to say a prayer for
'Jessica and her family.
And then look arourid at the
children in your own life. We
must rededicate yourselves to
doing t~he very difficult things it
takis to protect every child.


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COMMENTARY


Gypsy, our houseband and brothers:
Mark, John, Ronnie, Randy and
soundman Eric, Cindy for her great
work emceeing for the night, Scott and
Tessa Wagner for handling (with great
expertise) of the 50/50 drawing and
raffle ticket sales, Cindy and Carissa
for their great work behind the bar,
and Brandon, Ken and Dustin for their
work at the door and spillages.
Mark and Jane Davis
The Gypsy's Den, Crystal River

Teach-In thankS
The first Great American Teach-In
was conducted Nov. 16 at Inverness
Middle School. Forty-nine business
professionals from the community
sndp eehdee vstt d eclais m Ito
and pursue higher education. Guest
speakers shared their knowledge and
.expertise, while students were privy
to "real-world" experiences. Through
information provided by the practi-
tioners, students were encouraged to
pursue careers they had not thought
about previously.
We would like to extend our grati-
tude to the following individuals and
organizations for participating in the
Great American Teach-In:
Scott Adams, Ginger Bryant, Mike
Czerwinski, Jack Dambach, Charles
Dean, Sam Dininno, Doug Dodd, Jim
Ehlers, Pait Deutschman, Sophie
Diaz-Fonseca, Gus Fonseca, Karen
Gafthey, Susan Gill, Jim Goodworth,
Barbara Gurolla, Rudy Gurolla, Ray
Hardy, Ken Heimann, Sam Himmel,
William Humbaugh, Patty Jefferson,
V Lionel King, Ruth Levins, Cristy
Loftis, Erica Moore, Pam. Moore,


Gerry Mulligan, Bill Murray, KIC
Nayfield, Fred Ohsiek, Steve Parker,
Vicki Phillips, Carol Poteet, David
Powers, Tom Russell, Anna Sandoval,
Mark Thomas, Kathy Turner-
Thompson, Joyce Valentino, Arnold
Virgilio, L.J. White, M~arc Wigmore,
Mlary Ann Wigmore, Deb Yerman,
WTVT Fox 13 News, Bay News 9,
Lowry Park Zoo and Joe's Garage.
This program was an overwheli-
ing success due to the efforts of
everyone involved. We appreciate
your time and effort!

Mary-Ann Virgilio and Laurie Grant
program co-coordinators

Troubled schoolS
Charley Reese's column about
American schools is troubling. The
schools started going downhill when
a student headcount was looked
upon as dollars for the schools.
That's when the schools began their
downward spiral, because even
though Johnny and his parents were
jerks, Johnny meant X number of
dollars for the school. That started
the submissiveness we have today, '
because schools didn't want to lose
the money that keeping Johnny in
school nricant to the budget.
This was compounded by lawyers
yearning for cases to earn extraordi-
nary amounts of money. The lawyers
started encouraging parents to sue the
schools whenever Johnny was disci-
plined for his inappropriate in-school
behavior. School boards started run-
ning scared ofJohnny's parents' law-
suit, and responded by becoming more
tolerant and more lenient in disciplin-
ing Johnny's behavior. The situation is


further complicated by the fact that if
the public schools do successfully kick
Johnny out of school, then he becomes
a potential, if not real, burden upon
society like he wasn't already. Now
welfare, the police, the courts and the
prisons have to deal with Johnny
Our world has grown to where there
are not as many manual labor jobs and
low-tech manufacturing jobs as there
were during the Industrial Age. You
have to be smarter today to work in
manufacturing, and you have to be
able to think to work in today's high-
tgeocthjobs .ooaT ecentlyt dcidsed t
but rather in Ontario, Canada, because
of the lack of literate workers.
Thinking has been a sore spot for
ier n Id ss an peopl ar ale to
rest are what I call "veggies." The sad
part is that the eges" are the ones
having the most children and thus
populating our public schools with
their parents' bad lineage.
How are the public schools sup-
posed to deal with these broken chil-
dren? The only real solution is to
sterilize non-thinking, non-produe
tive, illiterate problematic adults,
and that simply is not a choice in our
society today.

Bob Barnesky
Beverly Hills

Tou hed by
I know I am older than you. I do
support our troops proudly, but do
not support this war. As to joining the
service, I wanted to but was medical-
ly unable.
M~y only sibling, a brother, God rest


his soul, was a retired Naval officer,
who was shipped out after six weeks
of basic training, don't know where,
he was always status, classified. My
father was Army (medical corps), my
mother worked in a factory in
wartime. I have cousins who were
Army and one Marine who had a
steel plate in his head from battle,
who eventually died from a brain
seizure.
In my extended family, I have a
person who hanged himself, after
Vietnam (mental pictures could not 1
ecabpeehitm).cSho you see my family

I am happy you have come home
safe and am proud you went willmngly
to serve and protect us all.
As to pulling out of Iraq, I do not
call this surrender or cowardly. I
notice our president calls it with-
drawal.
Yes, Saddam is a horrible villain r
who should pay the ultimate price
for all the suffering he has caused.
Yes, this war is definitely debatable.
I still think Bush hit the wrong coun-~
try. "~
B. Dallenger
Inverness:

Help with pets
I'd like to thank the anonymous
donor to my pets.
Happy holidays, Ann, and a happy
healthy new year ahead ... my heart-
felt thanks for your dedication of
financial help.

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We would like to thank everyone
for coming out Nov. 19 for our second
annual Benefit for Citrus United
Basket. The turnout was a great suc-
cess. Without you all, we could not
have pulled together so much for
such a worthy cause.
We would also like to express our
thanks to the following businesses
and~people who helped this special
night come together with their dona-
tions of raffle prizes and food. We
especially would like to than
Warren, Cheryl and thk sasy d om.
Crystal Rv Hrey-Dvdo fo
their donations, time and effort in
making this benefit' a success,
-Warren H-ill from Crystal River
Harley Davidson Leather Jacket;
Joe and Staff from Pizza Hut of
Crystal River 10 large~ pizzas; Body
Repair Shoppe, Crystal River two
half-hour massages; Tom Hedge and
S~u armill Woods -- two gift certifi-
cates for golf; Jim Green Jewelers -
earrings; Chili's of Crystal River -
gift certificate; Beef O'Brady's of
Crystal River gift ceertificates; The
Cove gift certificates and T-shirts;
Love Nissan hats, T-shirts, oil
change and tire rotation; Eagle Buick
-- bug shield with installation; Stix
Billiards bucket of beer and pool
time; Tessa Wagner Avon basket
and potpourri; Ace Hardware -
birdhouse; Pooch Parlor pet sup-
plies; Neffers Bowling Alley -
tokens; Headlines Haii Studio gift
certificate; and Moschello's of
Homosassa large pizza.
Thanks to everyone who donated
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Lori Waldeck pours a drink at the Plantation Inn in Crystal River. Waldeck will be working Christmas' day at the Inn.


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"For me it works out great," said
Darold Peterson, a server at
Stumpknockers since it opened.
"The excitement about Christmas
Day is waking up with the kids in
the morning, and since my regular
shift is 5 to close, it's not like I'm
here all day."
Lori Waldeck, one of seven bar-
tenders at the Plantation Inn and
Golf Resort in Crystal River, called
it "the luck of the draw" that she
will be working.
"When you're in the food service
industry, your family usually has to
work around your schedule," she
said. "It's a good thing my kids are
grown, so I'll be spending
Christmas Day night with them."
Not everyone is happy about
working today, howYever. Jessica
Smith, a counter clerk at an
Inverness Shell gas station, said
although she will be earning time-
and-a-half pay for working the holi-
day, she would rather not.
"Unfortunately, we don't make
the schedule," she said. "I'd rather
spend the day with my family than
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at thie hoitel
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rolls of filmi or batter~ies at thie cor-
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the ambuilanlce, cook and serv\e ham
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Captaini W\ay ne W'ilte. \\hio conl-
ducts boat tour1S from11 theC Dl\e
Center~ of` the Pirit Ho~tel and
itl~llra In C'ristal Rleer
':4 lot of people choose as a
Christmnas pr'~eset tor themseb es ?
and their aibllyl. to~ c.ImeII her~e and
sil Irm writh the ma niiatees ~n
Chiristmass Dayi." he~ Salid ':U10.
there are cs lot of people r\ ho don't


late a place to go on Christmas -
w~e hat~e a Ilot ofi people who come
hel r eet ~er.1.1earfom Europe -and
so thel\v'll comle to hotels and places
like thiis to enjoyl~ Christmas and to
be redl andi to: enjo~y a good time."
Fromll aI busineIss owner's stand-
pointll, C~hristmasib is
open~l. Saidl Jo~n
Channel. mI~ ner of It'S
S~tumnpk~nockers~' on a u
the Squlare in af
dmi town l- Everyo

FI-r the eiaht a fe~
.\easl he has~ been
In1 buin~iess the 010od.
restarant has
been olpel o:n

"It's busy!. It's a on tho Sn
fuin ds\i, he said.


can take care of them."
Stumpknockers is open on every
holiday except Thanksgiving.
Channell said that when the
restaurant first opened, he polled
the ~employees, asking if they would
rather be closed on Christmas or


Thanksgiving. The
majority of them
voted for
Thanksgiving.
Channell also
said that before a
person is hired, he
or she knows up
front that everyone
is expected to work
on holidays if
scheduled.
"When it comes
to making up the
schedule, we base
it on knowing the
people here,"
"Those that have


lae in In erne

Channell said.


testlt nie mood A~d we get quite a
ife~l.T19. regularcuto~mers who call and
requer st ai certainly table with their
atorll~1 ~tll soTr A- lot of them have a
ihiosen erwr II\~-I t hey use all year long
jnd they want to, make sure they


children we might put them on at a
later time so they can be with their
families in the morning ... and we
post the schedule well in advance
so (we can make adjustments)."


Sg




busy; it's
day.
ne's in
StiV6





Here are the 400 most active stocks on the New York Stock Exchange, the 325 most
active on the Nasdaq National Market and 50 most active on the American Stock
Exchange. Mutual funds are 800 largest.


, ,wean I


*ln I I:IX


10,984.46 10,000.46 Dow Jones industrials 10,883.27 +7.68 +.07 +.93 +.52
4,282.31 3,348.36 Dow Jones Transportation 4,266.75 +124.26 +3.00 +12.34 +12.65
438.74 323.79 Dow Jones Utilities 411.65 -6.17 -1.48 +22.90 +22.56
7,867.59 6,902.51 NYSE Composite 7,841.90 +27.90 +.36 +8.16 +8.78
1,778.74 1,186.14 AMEX Index 1,758.77 -2.21 -.13 +22.62 +24.05
2,278.16 1,889.83 Nasdaq Composite 2,249.42 -3.06 -.14 +3.40 +4.11
1,275.80 1,136.15 S&P 500 1,268.66 +1.34 +.11 +4.68 +4.84
693.63 570.03 Russell 2000 686.44 +3.35 +.49 +5.35 +5.71
12,787.08 11,195.22 Wilshire 5000 12,711.69 +23.00 +.18 +6.19 +6.52


52-Wk YTD
Hi Low Name Div PE PPE Last chg %chg


52-Wk YTD
HI Low Name Div PE PPE Last chg %bchg


Foreign Exchange
Value/ PrevValue TodaysS/PrevS
Coudntyname Currency Indollars value In cency
Argent Peso .3315 .3307 3.0170 3.0235
Australia Dollar .7275 .7308 1.3746 1.3684
Brazil Real .4293 .4293 2.3295 2.3295
8nlain Pound 1.7340 1.7364 .5767 .5759
Canada Dollar .8576 .8576 1.1660 1.1660
Chile Peso .001944 .001947 514.45 513.50
China Yuan .1238 .1238 8.0757 8.0770
Colombia Paso .000438 .000438 2281.00 2282.20
CzechRep Koiuna .0410 .0411 24.41 24.33
Denmnark Krone .1591 .1593 6.2859 6.2793
Dominican Rep Peso .0301 .0300 33.25 33.37
Egypt Pound .1744 .1744 5.7325 5.7325
Euro Euro 1.1866 1.1875 .8427 .8421
Hong Kong Dollar 1290 .1290 7.7527 7.7524
HungaF( Forinl .0047 .0047 211.35 211.37
India Rupee .0222 .0222 45.010 45.120
Indnsla Rupiah .000101 000102 9855.00 9825.00
Israel Shekel .2183 .2174 4.5802 4.6005
Japan Yen .00604 .008580 116.22 116.55
Jordan Dinar 1.4114 1.4114 .7085 17085
Kuwait Dinar 3.4258 3.4247 .2919 .2920
Lebanon Pound .000666 .000886 1501.00 1501.00
Ma la si' Ringgit .2646 .2647 3.7793 3.7784
ayslu PeM 093747 .093994 10.8670 10.6390
NZealand Dollar .6728 .6733 1.4868 1.4852
Norway Krone .1477 .1475 6.7700 6.7800
Pakistan Rupee .0167 .0167 59.77 59.77
Peru NewSol .2933 .2931 3.410 3.412
Philplns Peso .0188 .0188 53.26 53.24
Potand Zloty .3106 .3086 322 3.24
Russia Ruble .0347 .0347 28.7940 28.7830
SDR SDR 1.432331.43084 .6982 .6989
Saudlhrab Rlyal .2666 .2666 37504 3.7504
Slngapore Dollar .6005 5990 1.6654 1.6695
SlovakRep Koruna .0315 .0314 31.76 31.80
So Africa Rand .1578 .1576 8.3360 63451
So Korea Won 000987 .000983 101330 1017.30
Sweden Krona 1255 .1257 7.9660 7 9552
Switzerind Franc .762 .7627 1.3124 1.3112
Tarwan Dollar .0301 .0301 3317 33.25
Thailand Bahl .02444 02444 40.91 40.91
UAE. Dlrham .2723 .2723 3 6725 3 6728
Uruguay NewPeso 0419 0422 23.8594 23.70300
Venzuel Bolivar 000466 .000466 2147.00 214700


2D sZitimY, DECEMBER 25, 2005


Srocles


Crrnus COUNTYr (FL) CHRONICLE


MOST ACTIVE ($1 OR MORE)
Name~ Vol(00) Last Wkly
Microsoft 3284461 26.64 -.26
Oracle 3118051 12.34 -.35
Nasd100Tr3111281 41.40 -.18
SiriusS 2392536 6.83 -.12
Cisco 2323468 17.35 -.17

GAINERS ($2 OR MQRE)
Name Last Chg %6Wkly
Vocal~ecn 12.06 +6.43+114.2
lbisTech 2.40 +1.10 +84.6
21CenHwt 4.48 +1.93 +75.7
Aultlnc 2.86 +1.13 +65.3
AmPac 6.85 +2.29 +50.2

LOSERS ($2 OR MOAE)
Naeme Last Chg 'JWkly
Pnri.r.y.. 3 5' -5.61 -!.11-
SeraCare 8.87 -11.69 -56.9
Forward 10.05 --.95 -37.2
HudsonHis 19.00 -8.69 -31.4
Margo s 6.41 -2.47 -27.8


Wkly YTD
Chg %Chg


Name Div PE Yld Last


Wkly YTD
Chg %Chg


MOST ACTIVE (51 OR MORE)
Name Vol (00) Last Wkly
SPDR 2003337 128.76 +.40
iShRs2000s1153447 68.13 +.56
SP Engy 734433 51.25 +.18
SemiHTr 565154 37.82 -.22
OilSvHT 343620 132.14 +1.77

GAINERS (52 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Wkly
ADDyntgT 6.40 +1.72486.8
BlondT 2.20 +.50 +29.4
LSBlnds 6.35 +1.40 +28.3
FlightSaf 2.87 +.63 +28.1
Tanffng gn 5.41 +1.11 +25.8

LOSERS (52 oR MORE)
Name Last Chg ".Wkly
Cojrgolm' 2 2 -1 61 -.Y.I.
GlobeTeln 2.71 -1.06 -28.1
Tarpon n 2.35 -.62 -20.9
Cytomed n 2.56 -.56 -17.9
ImpintSc 3.20 -.55 -14.7

DIARY


Name


Div PE Yld Last


L I


.MOST ACTIVE (51 OR MORE)
Name Vol (00) 1,ast Wkly
Pfizer 2642242 23.98 +1.38
Lucent 1683292 2.75 -.08
GnMotr 1517898 18.83 -3.06
Maxtor 1110855 7.10 +2.57
RmeWam 1014043 17.68 -.32

.GAINERS ($2 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Wkly
Maxtor 7.10 +2.57 +5637
Nissinrs 24.20 +6.54 487.0
WDigil ~18.85 +3.54+23.1
Novelisn 21.22 -4.86 +22.2
Fairchild 2.75 +.46+20.1

-LOSERS (52 OR MOEs)
Name Last Chg SWkly
TDK~ 63.00 -17 50 -21 7
Albertsn~ 20.54 -4.79-15.6
GnMotr 18.83 43.06-14.0
Aml~ep 27.(0 -4.00 -12.i)
NEqPrmG n 17.45 -2.55 -12.8

DIARY


r^


AT&T inc 1.33
AmSouth 1.04
BkofAm 2.00
BellSomth 1.16
CapClyBk s .65
Citigrp 1.76

Eoak .5
ExxonMbl 1.16
FPLGps 1.42
FlaRocks .60
FordM .40
GenElec 1.00
GnMotr 2.00
HomeDp .40
Intel .40
IBM .80


-.33 -4.4
.13 +3.2
-03 -1
-31 -.2
- .62 +7.7
-.13 +2.2
-.4 2.

-96 +11.4
-1.89 +9.9
-1.90 +27.9
-.40 -46.0
-.39 -3.0
-3.06 -53.0
-.91 -2.7 -
-.41 +11.0
+.11 -15.3


LowesCos
McDnlds
Microsoft
Motorola
Penney
ProgrssEn :
SearsHidgs
SprintNex
TimeWarh
UniFirst
VerizonCm
Wachovia
WalMart
Walgrn


-1.95 +17.1
-.20 +7.8
-.26 -.3
+1.08 +36.6
+2.38 +34.6
-.68 -2.0
+.09 +21.1
-.69 -4.1
-.32 -9.1
+.28 +9.3
-.01 -24.8
..+2.5
-.93 -8.5
-1.27 +17.3


52 wk HilLo: High and low price over the past 52 weeks.
Name: Stocks are listed alphabetically by the company's full name (not its abbrevia-
tion). Company names made up of initials appear at the beginning of each letter's list.
Div: Current annual ~dividend rate paid on stock
PE: Price to earnings ratio.
PPE: Projected price to earnings ratio based on analysts' forecasts of earnings for next
12 months.

Lat Pie tckws trdn t whnechanaec e toerthe wek.

Chg: Loss or gain for last day of week: No change indicated by unc.


Stock Footnotes: cc PE greater than 99. cld Issue has been called for redemption by company, d New
52-week low. dd Loss in last 12 mos. ec Company formerly listed on the American Exchange's Emerging
Company Marketplace. g Dividends and earnings in Canadian dollars. h temporary exmpt from Nasdaq
capital and surplus listing qualification. n Stock was a new issue in the last year. The 52-week high and low
figures date only from the beginning of trading, pf Preferred stock issue. pr Preferences. pp Holder owes
installments of purchase price, q Closed-end mutual fund; no PE calculated. rt Right to buy security at
a specified price. s- Stock has split by at least 20 percent within the last year. wi Trades will be settled when
:the stock is issued, wd When distributed. wt Warrant, allowing a purchase of a stock. u New 52-week
hibh Un t,,t eclun umt ye than one sesourity, vj Company in bankruptcy or receivership, or being reor-

Dividend Footnotes: a Extra dividends were paid, but are not included, b Annual rate plus stock. c .
Liquldating.dividend. e Amount declared or paid In last 12 months. f Current annual rate, which was
increased by most recent dividend announcement. i- Sum of dividends paid after stock split, no regular rate,
.j- Sumt of dividends paid this year. Most recent dividend was omitted or deferred. k Declared or paid this
year, a cumulative issue with dividends in arrears. m Current annual rate, which was decreased by most
recent dividend announcement. p Initial dividend, annual rate not known, yield not shown, r Declared or
paid in preceding 12 months plus stock dividend. t Paid in stock, approximate cash value on ex-distribution
date. Source: The Associated Press. Sales figures are unofficial. -


$2-Week
High Low Name


Last Ne Cha Net~h a ha %


52-Wk YTD 52W YT
Hi Low Name Div PE PPE Last chg %c.hg Hi5W Lo imeDvP PELs cgh


1.


DIARY







7783


Myvanced

New Highs -
New Lows
Total issues
Unchanged
Volume


98

100
71
1,134
47
1,207,136,311


Advance

New Highs
New Lows
Total issues
Unchanged
Volume


Advanced
Declined
New Highs
New Lows
Total issues
Unchanged
Volume


52-Wk
HI Low Name Div PE PPE Last


5Wk- YD |5WkYDI52-Wk YTD
Hi ~~~~~~~~ Low Name Div PEPPE Last chg %chg IH Low Name Div PEPPE Last cha %caIH o ae i EPELs ha ch


YTD 52-Wk (
chg %chg HILow Name Div PE PPE Last


chach I HI .WLow Name Div PE PPE Last


YTD
chg %chg
+.06 -14.0
+.02 -19.0
+.20 -10.4
+.69 +21.7
-.42 +27.1
-.70 -14.7
+3.66 +5.9
+.07 +5.1
-.35 -11.0
-.09 -10.3
-.08 -17.9
-.43 +19.7
-.15 +37.2
+.26 +5.7
-.39 -0.6
-.91 -2.7
+.07 +7.2
-.23 +12.5


A-B-C
9.50 5.42 ABBLtd ... ... 18
8.45 7.89 ACM Inc.66 q ..
18.13 12.53 AESCpl ... 22 16
49.65 35.50 AFLAC .44 16 16
39.32 32.00 AGLRes1.48f 15 14
'38.05 26.76 AMLI Rs 1.92 15 ..
22.46 7.83 AMR ... dd 68
55.65 33.26 ASA~td .90e q ..
26.17 21.75 AT&Tlnci.33f 21 14
26.35 24.98 AT&T2041.75 ... 14
33.35 23.35 AXA .79e ....
50.00 37.50 AbtLab 1.10 19 15
13.41 .12.48 AdamsEx.86e q ..
24.99 19.20Adesa .30 18 16
30.35 14.08 AMD ... co 37
36.10 20.00Agilent ... 53 23


26.51 10.26 Albertsn .76 16 16
32.29 22.28 Alcoa .60 20 16
51.70 35.65 Allele 148 cc 18
58.46 40.23 Ali~ap 2.80e 20 17


78.68 59.85 Altria 3.201 16 14
56.77 47.51 Ameren 2.54 16 16
40.80 32.25 AEP- 1.481 13 14
53.99 43.34 AmExp .48b 17 18
73.80 49.91 Amkit0plf.60 16 12
12.88 9.95 Am81P3 ,78 q ..
35.00 27.10 Amerigas2.24 35 15
28.29 23.85 AmSouthl.04 15 13
51.32 40.15 Anhoust 1.08 17 17
78.15 47.45 Apache .401 10 8
29.2 17.49 AquaAms.43f 38 34
4.24 2.90 Aquila ... dd .
82.20 33.19 ArchCoal .32 co 19
25.37 17.55 ArchDan .34. 17 16
48.2 32.80 ArdenRn 2.02 31. 6
67.61 50.45 Ashlandnl.10 2 19
10.25 8.52 AsdEstat .68 70 ..
29.97 25.00 ATMOS 1.26f 15 14
17.76 7.76 Avaya ... 6 17
36.98 21.04 Aviall ... 20 10
45.66 24.33 Avon .66 14 19
34.48 22.58 8HPBlLt.56e ....
39.78 21.13 8JSvess .20 27 17
72.66 56.60 BP PLC 209e 11 ..
25.10 20.70 BRT 2.08f11 ..
46.45 35.06 BallCp .40 17 13
47.44 41.13 BkofAm 2.00 11 11
34.09 26.93 8kNlY .84 16 14
52.50 39.2 Banta .72 14 16
29.96 21.07 BanickG .22 39 30
87.89 61.82 BausehLlf.52 27 17
28.55 24.32 Belk90uth 1.16 12 14
53.17 31.93 BestBuys.32 21 18
44.63 29:19 81kHIICp .1.28 44 16
16.04 15.00 81kFLOB .7Sa. q ..
8.94 6.00 BlueChp .57e q..
71.98 49.52 Boeing 1.201 25 22
27.47 18.65 Borders .40[ 16 14
27.27 19.85 Bost~er ... 23 24
76.67 56.66 80slProp2.72a 25 38
36.40 22.80 BostonSci ... 38 14
26.60 20.70 BrMySq ~1.12 17 19
70.88 44.58 BurlNSF .80 10 16
87.03 40.40 BurlRsc. .40 .15.11
11.60 10.55 CCE Spin n .::.
50.23 42.07 CH Engy 2.16 17; 19
119.82 78.11 CIGNA .10 8B 14
16.80 9.70 CMSEng ... dd 14
37.74 29.65 CSSlnds .48 15 11
31.60 21.93 CVSCps.15 23 17
33.86 22.08 CabivsnNY ... dd ...
15.95 10.80 CallGoll .28 cc 15
31.60 27.35 CampSp .72 16 17
14.00 11.68 CapMpfB1.26 ... ...
58.98 45.78 Camival .80 20 17
59.88 41.31 Calerpils1.00 16 12
23.50 16.40 Cendant .44 15 12
15.13 10.55 CenterPnt.24m 16 13
89.50 78.00 CnlLtpf 4:50 ....
36.50 29.55 CntryTel .24 13 14


15.85 8.33 ChmpE ... 39 14
25.43 15.14 Checkpnt .01 17 17
40.20 15.06 ChesEng .20 18 9
65.98 49.50 Chevron 1.80 9 8
4.88 3.50 Cinci~ell ... dd 14
45.95 38.19 CINergy 1.92 19 15
23.02 13.40 CircCity .07 51 25
49.99 42.91 Citigrp 1.76 11 11
29.74 19.67 ClairesStrs.40a 18 16
33.59 27.54 ClearChan.75la 26 22
36.84 24.51 Coachs ... 31 25
23.92 18.52 CocaCE .16 14 15
45.26 40.40 CocaCl 1.12 19 18
4.70 2.70 Coeur ... cc 31
9.81 8.01 Collntin .65a q .
35.98 26.87 Cmc8NJs.48f 19 19
30.24 19.99 ConAgral1.09 13 15
71.48 41.40 ConocPhils1.24 7 6


20.45 8.50 CIIAir B ... dd 17
17.90 12.57. Cnvrgys ... 19 14
21.95 10.61 Corning ... 39 20
11.90 7.29 CorusGr .09e ....


11.95 10.18 DNP Selet,78a q ...
28.84 23.87 DPL .96 2 5
48.31 41.39 DTE 2.06 28 11
55.15 88.TI DaimirC 1.93e ... 12
17.56 5.50 DanaCpif.04lm dd 9
39.53 25.78 Darden .40 20 17
74.73 56.99 Deere 1.561 12 11
70.35 36.48 DevonE .30 12 7
17.01 13.17 DirecTV ... dd 39
29.99 22 89 Disney .271 1917
22.80 17.75 DollarG .18 19 15
86.97 66.51 DomnRes 2.68 27 14
56.75 40.18 Doy~hm 1.34 9 8
54.90 37.60 DuPont 1.48 20 15
30.55 24.37 DukeEgy 1.24 17 16
38.95 34.50 DuqpfA 2.10 ... ...
19.52 16.08 Duqilight 1.00 11 14
5.70 3.21 Dngy ... dd ..
15.09 11.10 EM p ... 26 22
61.80 44.10 EastChm 1.76 8 9
35.19 20.77 EKodak .50 dd 13
14.16 9.30 EIPasoCp .16 dd 13
29.93 3.00 Elan ..:.
25.01 19.25 EmpDist 1.28 22 18
57.08 413.26 EnbrEPtts3.7 44 20
59.82 26.45 EnCanas .30 ... 11
27.39 21.62 Endesa .910 ..
34.99 22.34 EnPo ... 13 13
50.34 29.25 ENSCO .10 31 11
79.22 64.48 Entergy 2.16 16 14
14.18 10.70 Eq Ilnn .68 cc 39
35.79 27.45 Eq fPT 2.00 cc 28
57.46 41.77 Exelon 1.60 17 16
65.96 49.25 ExxonMbl1.16 11 10
48.11 35.90 FPLGps1.42 18 15
17.95 13.80 FedSiglnI .24 27 19
22.49 19.20 Ferrellgs 2.00 17 25
23.55 16.27 Ferrolf .58 `... 16
44.75 36.5() FirstData .24 21 17
18.81 13.80 FFinFds4.12e q .
20.71 16.67 FtTrFid 1.60 q .
67.98 36.00 FlaRocks .60 22 18
15.00 7.57 FordM .4() 8 11
96.18 7!3.50 FortuneBr1.44 17I' 15


41.85 26.29 GATX .80 12 16
9.56 7.63 GabelliET.76a q .
22.70 15.90 Gap .18 14 14
100.2043.90 Genentch ... 88 52
37.34 32.66 GenElec 1.001 20 18
40.82 18.40 GnMott 2.00 dd 17
134.9994.75 Goldman81.00 11 11
45.82 30.11 Goodrich .80 22 18
32.78 27.09 GtPlainEn1.66. 13 15
33.09 27.87 GMP 1.00 14 ..
27.78 18.35 Griffon ... 15 12
20.74 13.07 GuangRy .71e .
69.78 37.18 Hallibin .50 32 17


16.13 13.25
10.09 7.97
12.38 9.88
43.30 30.15
56.11 42.24
62.49 44.40
79.69 57.29
22.35 17.75
29.79 24.60
39.20 31.15
41.70 31.01
11.30 8.36
30.25 18.89
31.86 24.27
25.81 18.78
48.98 34.56
39.50 32.66
39.45 25.29


9.41 7.59 LiblyMA ... cc (
60.98 49.47 LillyEli 1.60f 49 1
54.41 41.59 LincNat 1.52f 12 1
27.71 17.50 Lindsay .24 44 2
65.46 52.54 LockhdM1.20f 17 1
69.70 50.72 LowesCos .24 21 1
3.86 2.35 Lucent ... 11 1
35.65 22.30 Lyondell .90 15
M-N-0
112.5096.71 M&TBk 1.80 17 1
29.01 18.28 MBNA .56 16 1
37.13 25.48 MDURes .76 16 1
9.06 8.31 MCA .50 q
11.72 8.01 Madeco .03e ...
82.91 60.00 Magnalg 1.52 10
6.60 5.74 MgdHi .49 q
59.98 43.38 Manulif g 1.2Q ... 1


36.47 31.14 SouthnCol.49 16 16 :
41.80 11.02 SwnEngys ... 43 27 .
24.79 20.05 Sovrgn90p.24 13 12 :
27.20 21.12 SprntnNex .10 19 16 :
30.31 23.78 Standex .84 15 ..:
27.65 21.62 Steris .16 21 19 :
53.76 41.02.sTGold ... q ..
11.75 6.41 SturmR .30j 55 24
37.40 23.51 SubPpne 2.45 dd 13
40.62 29.07 SunCmts 2.52 dd ..
75.77 65.32 SunTrst 2.20 14 12
32.36 24.55 TCFFndl .85 14 13
32.35 26.00 TDBknorth.88.21 11
19.30 14.87 TECO .76 dd 14
58.30 30.22 TXUCps1.65f 85 9
93.35 54.51 TX~pfD 4.06 ....
10.05 7.31 TaiwSemi.321 ..
60.00 45.55 Target .40 22 18


9.35 4.87 Terra ... 10 19
38.73 17.90 TerraNitro2.95e 5
32.85 16.33 TetraTs 34 16
34.68 20.45 Jexinst .121 26 19


43.34 27.45 ThmBet 23 19
87.45 69.71 3M Co 1.68 19 17
43.80 28.60 Tiffany .32 17 22
19.74 16.10 TimeWam .20 32 20
32.73 22.73 Timken .80 13 11
29.90 16.51 ToddShp .40 13
58.67 31.72 TollBros s. 9 7
8:22 5.90 TorchEn .65e
57.57 50.05 Trchmrk .44 12 11
53.16 38.73TorD~kg1,68 12
137.95103.78*TotalSA3.66e ... ... 1
25.88 17.76. TotaSys .24 21 18
33.90 25.Q0 TwnCtr 1.72 63 38
70.66 39.79 Trasc 49 16
20.71 11.55 Tra soon .16 24 14
18.86 17.14 TriC tll .28I '.
36.58 25.68 Tycolntl .40 2q 14
56.11 45.60 UILHold 2.88 23 20
45.75 27.00 UniFirst .15 14 13
25.97 20.55 UDomR 1.20 35
4.03 2.68 UtdMicrol .01 24
87.09 86.10 UPSB 1.32 24 20
31.65 26.80 USBanc 1.321 13 12
63.90 33.59 USSteel .40 5 8
58.89 48.43 UtdTechs .88 19 16
64.50 42.27 Utdhith s .02 27 22
V-W-X-Y-Z
26.90 16.25 ValeantPh .31 dd 54
58.63 21.01 ValeroEs.20 10 7
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49.92 27.37 Brdcom ... 62 28 48.45
48.05 36.34 Brcdesm ... 30 17 44.18
9.75 4.87 C-CRe ... dd ... 4.99
18.65 12.0 A Caence ... 64 17 17.29
40.170 19.11 CEavs ... 27 13 38.5
39.33 128.0 CeapltyBks.65 2 24 1936.00
56.89 3.89 Cps~tnhr ... dd ... 36.06
1842.43.6 2813 Caree ... 16.. 133.56
60.90 37.35 Cioephin ... dd 22 65.17
25.42 19.57 Chkoint ...e 18 15 21.06
15.38 1.55 Chpuekers ... 1 13 4.75
26418.00 .WoinEvn ....8 2 3847
45.07 31.35 Chrocn ... cc 24 484.62
48.40 31.07 dChihl .5.0 727 3.16
31.50 13.64 Cieona .Sp 2 38.08
18.04 32.70 Cimlsc ... 19 17 67.88
20.25 16.83 Calivsc ... 20 15 17.35
29.24 28070 Ciptixy k... 32 2 294 36
36.59 1.74 CleanH~ ... 21 17. 3.0.4
52328 3.57 Cogrech~ ... 54 37 51.49
4.7 .403.56 Clgenos ... 23 23 34.98
10.75 67.22 Comarco ... ... ... 510.3
354.5 26.01 Comcast ... 44 8 1526.54


-.8-20.1
+.1 46.3
-.8 10.8
-.04 -36.7
-04 +17.1
-.28 -16.7
-.18 -35.6
+1.23 +3.2


-.47 -74.7


+.21 -50.9
-1.38 -26.0.
+3.95 +35.2
+.39 -46.6
+.49 -28.4



+.14 -2178
+.60 +233 .

+.87 6-0.6
-.24 +93.3
-1.60 +138.4
-2.14 40.2
-.06 -26.0

-.0 3 -.4
-.31 -6.8
+.98 +9.1

-.20 +4 5
-4.34 +0261

+7.53 +1257
-.05 -53 2
-.14 +108
+.80 +7 1
+2.22 +2 .
+3.87 +559 4

-.20 +0.8
+8.11 +370.1

-7.09 +12.3
-.08 -40.9

+.30 +8.9

+.25 +45.6

+3.09 +35.9
+.62 -70.7

-.95 -11.3
+1.08 -25.1
+.12 -49.8

-1.41 +118.0

+.06+153.4
+.60+137.2
-.15 -49.1
-1.58 90.5

-.11 -20.8
+1.89 -12.6
+3.08+t107.2
+3.46 -18.0


34.16 25.57 Comesp ... 43 24
9.99 5.51 Compuwre ... 31 21
28.47 21.17 Comvers ...' 48 33
2.94 1.45ConcCm ... dd 25
2.72 .95 Conexant ... dd 25
32.61 21.72 Conmed ... 20 14
20.25 11.51 CornthC ... 23 20
51.21 39.48 Costco .46 23 20
1. 576 Cdy~sh ... 21
15.75 2.79 Cytogen ... dd ..
D-E-F
3.16 1.14 Danka ... dd ..
42.44 28.82 Delllnc ... 24 18
21.92 8.99 DltaPtr ... cc 28
11.05 4.31 Dndreon ... dd ..
42.85 22.43 DigRiver ... 25 21


18.2 1351 isc~d~n..... 43
33.98 24.44 Echo~Sta .. 9 1
11.8717.70 EdDv .15f14... d
29590 18.256 Electrc ... cc 28

13.29 0.785 Incysie ... dd ...
37.19127.78 Erisni.3e ... 3
2.9824 3.54 EvrgrSlr ... dd ..
27.50 18.49 Expedtia ... .. 18
4.80 36.54 Expclrits ... 3527
6.856 47.02 Extetwrl ... 49 17
48.12 35.04mdo Fit~id.5 16 13
32.4 6.79 Fincyisa ... dd50
29.06 24.12 FterilsT 1.121715
46.89 36.33 Fxeiser .. ... 1817

14 84 7.954 Foundry l... 37 27
5.52 23.026 Fxolelw ... dd 1..

70.68 39.04 Ga~hrmi 1.50 16 23
6.12 2.24 emistar ... 28 25
27.69 11.96 Gienesvc ... cc 17

56.51 0.397 Gleadt c ... 40 27
446.2117.2. Googied ... 9650
22.75 16.83 Haindele ... 33 19
88.29 15.39 FoHansen ... 4025

39.94 32.05 HarbrFL .80 20 17
612 40 4.08 Harmoi ... 55 36
27.6 17 .02 Haupg~ig ... 22 ...
40.00 12.31 Honlogis .6 632 64
27832 13.10 Hudsnzis ... cc 14
.15.5 7.63 HuGiaen ...dd... 1
5.25. 031.38 Huntdsc .2.40 20 6
62.112.457.0 Gmaxl ... 24 16
47.79 28.28 Imcone ... 42 19
12.63 16.99 Hinforml s... dd 27
13.27 9.049 Iantgn ... dd 20
28.84 321.89 IntrL .401 20 15
60.59 43.608 InOmop .06 11 5 3
714.8 3.04 HaWint gnt ... 2. ..
26.95 13.69 nlehrdst .2 0f4 24
55.94 37.24 Inudsit 5.2. 27 21


88.50 60.14 Invitogn ... 33 17


37.39 KLATnc .48 24 23
17.40 Komag ... 11 9
37.84 Kronos ... 26 22
4.94 Kulicke ... dd 13
16.50 LKQCp ... 2924
9.84 LSllnds .48f 22 16
24.24 LamRsch ... 20 20
20.52 Lastscp ... 24 25

I.5Lxr3Md ... dd24
20.95' LibGlobAs ...

to.2 onlP ... 24 13
32.83 Linearlch .40 27 24
11.T/ LodgEnI ... dd .
2.75 LookSmits ... dd .
M-N-0



1. Mlns.50 2
7.41 MaxIlTr ... dd .
.26.9 McTla ... dd 11
23.20 Medlmun ... cc 80


22.62 Mercntli ... 3719
3.97 Mcromse ... .. 30
23.82 Microsof .6f 23 18
7.63 M iliare ... dd .
1.14 Meindsee ... dd .
46.40 Misoix ... dd
22.44 .Mnstrcnw ... 52 32
54.21 Myogenp ...[ dd .
3.9 Scose ... dcd 33
23.03 NH idg so ...1 43 27
55.52 NTL Inc ... 6 .
34.35 Nasd100r.1er q 25 1
9.11 iNastech ... dd ...
1.70 Neongic ... dd ..
8~4 10Neorwar ... 52 31
h.1ygn .dcd34
2150 Netwk~p ... 42 30
18653 NeIIldgt ... 14 26
19.50 NoltyH .2e1815
41.60 Nor10Trst .84 21 8
9.70 Nvavax ... dd ...
4.94 Novell~ ...11 47
2.0.8 Neovlcs ... 2824
5.58 Nueowri ... 9331
13.42NuaPncm ... d...23
20.48 Netdia ... 27 18
22.0.8 OIetmk ... dd
1114 Onixtisn ... 14613
39.99 NOnbssi dd 48 1
21.88 NOn~Sme .8. dd 12
19.15Onyvxh ... dd
11.11 NOnwySy ... dd 20

30.90 OSpswre ... dd
11.25 Orac~le ... 22 14
5.35 OraSuren ... 69 43
35.30 Orthfxd ... 9d 16
24.02 Ottervai 1.12 13 16

6.20 OPMStar ... 6724
20125 Praclm ... 62 18
1231 PraASly ... 7895 4
4.730 ParmTc ... 2015
17.15 PniatUi 1.16 21 10

28.60Paychex ..6413631
22.24 Petmvli ... ..11


21.13 PelsMart .12 22 19
3.26 Phmcyc ... dd
4080 Plxars ... 36 47


52-Wk
Hi Low Name Div PE PPE Last

24.00 13.97 Polycom ... 25' 17 15.44
13.92 6.64 Powrway ... dd 19 13.30
13.74 7.05 Prestek ... cc 17 9.16
27.00 14.09 ProgPh ... dd ... 25.60
30.79 13.79 ProtDsg~ ... dd 78 29.82
17.30 5.98 QLT ... ... 10 6.06
43.66 28.20 Qlogic ... 17 21 32.78
46.60 32.08 Qualcom .36 35 28 44.39
1 .5 355 ua Cap.. 51

25.98 10.22 Rambus ... 57 64 16.59
90 .5elwk ...c B 6 2
14.09 11.30 RepBcp .44b 14 13 12.13
87.95 51.00 RschMotn ... 40 21 67.33
31.50 17.40 ResConn s .. 23 20 26.43
31.37 22.34 RossStrs .241 24 17 29.62


S-T-U



Scwabe .101 33 22 1 W 0
SearsHldgs ... 28 16 119.84
Selctin .88f 12 12 54.75
Semtech ... 34 24 18.93

Siebelcys .10 cc 42 10.55
Sifyar ... .... 921.35
Siganel .. 10 14 13.81

SST ... dd 33 5.26
Slcnware .12( ... 11 6.95
SiriusS ... dd ... 6.83
SkywksSol ... 33 18 5.29
SmudlStne ... dd 76 13.71
Sons ... 74 27 3.70
SouMoBc .36 cc ... 14.70

St es .17 d2d 19 2 .4
Starbucks s... 50 43 30 56
StemCells ... dd ... 3 80
SunMicro ... cc ... 4.36
SusqBnc .961 16 14 24 52
SwiltTm ... 16 14 21.06
Sycamore ... dd 40 4.70
Symantec ... 39 15 17.28
Symetric .28 20 8.56
Sn vis c 04

TakeTwos ... 15 14 17.64
TASER ... 85 ... 7.65
TechData ... 43 16 40.21
Tegal ... dd ... .58
Tekelec ... 29 17 14.04
TehvesiGI ... ... 24 23.44
Teliabs ... dd 21 11.23
TevaPhrm.27e 27 ... 44.83
3Com dd ... 3.79
TibcoSi ... 29 25 7.81
TI~oinc .. dd ... 5.38
TridMics ... 28 18.46
TrimbleN ... 26 21 3456
TrstNY .64f 16 15 12.80
Trustmk .841 15 13 28.05
UTSlrcm ... dd ... 8.18
UbiqulTI .. 9224 10.13
UndArmrn . ... 3122
US Enr .. dd 4 58
UnivFor .11! 20 15 56.99
UrbanOuts .. 35 25 2604
V-W-X-Y-Z
ValueCiick .. 38 31 18.82
Verisign .. 23 19 22 06
VertxPh ... dd ... 28.79
ViroPhrm ... 20 18 19.80
VI!esse dd ... 2.06
XM Sal .. dd ... 29 10
Xllnx .28 32 22 25.88
Yahco 38 53 40.63
ZhoneTch .. dd 29 2.08
Z~xCorp dd 2.37


-2.6 +60

-.84 +42.1
+.31 -33.9
+1.02 +33.8



-1.13 -31.2
+.56 +24.0
+2.43 +78.9
-.26 -0.3
+.40 -15.7
-.62 +5.1
+.16 -15.5
-.18 -29.6
+.59 +2~1.4
+.79 +300.2

-1.2 + 7.
-1.97 +91 2
-.72 -7 2
-.18 +3.7
+.91.+255 3
+.27 +28.8
+.02 -12 6
+.62 +33.3
+3.55 +165 5

+ .43+ 12.
-1.84 -15.7
+1.23 +42.4
+1.85 +14.1
-.70 +10.1
-.29 +28.2
+.48 +34.8
-.32 -12.9
+.24 +28.1
+.82 +79.0
+.69 +59.3
+3.47 -63.4
-.18 +10.8
-.84+~106.6
+.06 +25.3
+.49 -8.9
-.42 +12.4
-.10 -3.3
-.35 -101
+.56 +34 2
+.36 +2.3
-.50 +15.6


1.4 965

183.50 84.51
59.28 41.75
22.05 13.89



10.68 8.10
11.56 3.81
45.50 12.80
7.29 2.52
6.40 3.07
8.48 4.36
11.00 4.64
18.94 9.06
6.43 3.16
18.49 13.00

24 4 1 .6
32.46 22 29
6.77 2 59
5.85 3.42
27.30 20.50
26.19 16.25
5.05 3.18
26.60 16.32
12.00 6.56
122 758
29.60 16.92
33.45 5.31
45.75 33.04
1.76 .50
21.83 11.77
23.64 15.81
11.25 6.56
45.91 26.78
4.30 2.96
13.50 5.60
7175 3.45
21.38 728
44.55 26.64
14.08 10.73
31.71 24.00
2270 5.19
1020 6.12
31.00 21.08
8.07 2.64
61.69 37.03
33.77 1893


Spot Metals

NEWr YORK (AP)_ Spot nonferrous metal prices Friay.
Aluminum -103.2 cets per Ib., London Metal Exch. Fri
Copper -228.00 cents Cathode lulipklae,U.S. destinadons.
Copper223.05 cents perlIb., N.Y. Mercspot Fn.
Lead $1139.00 per metnc ton, London Metal Exch.
Zinc- 88.11-88.61 centslb., delivered.
Gold $505.00 Handy & Harman (only dahy quote).
Gold $503.00 troy oz., NY Mere spot Fn.
Slater 8.605 Handy&BHarman (only daily quote).
Silver $8.569 troy oz., N.Y. Mere spot Fri.
Mercury 5700.00 per 76 Ib flask, N.Y.
Platinum -$958.00 troy oz., N.Y.(contract).
Plaunum $965.30 troy oz., N.Y. Mere spot Fri.
n.g.-not quoted, n.a.-not available r-revised

Money Rates
Today
Prime Rate 7.25
Discount Aate Primary 5.25
Fed Funds close 4.25
T-Bills.
3-month 3.90
6-month 4.17


T-Bill. annualized adjustedflor
constant matunty
1-year
T-Notes:
1-year
2-year
5-year
10-year
T-Bond:
30-year
Libor-
3-month
6-month
FHL8 Cost of Funds, 11th Distnct:
Eff. Nov. 30
FNMA 30-year mortgage commitment:
30-days
Money market fund:
MerrillLynch Ready Assets:
30-day avg yld:


J-K-L
JDSUniph ... dd 67
Jet~lue ... cc 71
JoyGibls .301 ... 21
JnprNtw ... 42 24


3.26 1.32
23.73 17.01
41.94 17.18
27.65 19.65


3.44 3.39


249
3,621 |
70
9,873,258,059










_V*I~ __rj'lll ,j VV I


Name: Nane of mutual fund and family
NAV: Ircl.Ir il ..jlu.E.*, ror:e jl hich fund could be sold, for
lasl ddayC1ln irlep
Chg: Vueebllr r~61 -nar..gIn Ir.. faV
12 me L* rtn.The percent gain or loss for one share, including
reinvestment of dividends, over l1!months*
Mutual fund Footnotes: e- Ex-capital gains distribution. f-
Previous day's quote. n No-load fund. p Fund assets used to
pay distribution costs. r Redemption fee or contingent
deserre.2 jsale lose. mrna apjrly 5 Stock dividend or split. t _
B.W. p and r r E'.~r -carir.3,dnd. NA No information avail*
jau NE imsa ,r uestion NN- Fund does not wish to be
IraosedlNS urilJ jdrnLr r ,lrs j ..31 lj Ii
Source: Lipper, Inc. ana The Assocraled Press


CITRUS COUNTY (IL) CHRONICLE


SUNDAY DECEMBER 25 2 D


- I


Name NAV chg % .
AARP Invst:
CapGrr 47.98 +.0 #10.9
GNMA 14.86 +.05 +28
Globalx 30.48 -2.18 +25.6
Grwinex 22.17 -1.14 +7.8
Intlx 50,59 -.80 +18.1
MgdMunin 9.11 +.02 +3.7
qPathwayCosv12.03 +.03 +5.6
PathwyGro 14.04 s.04 +7.6
ShtTerm~d 9.94 ... +1.6
SmCoStk no 22.98 -3.29 +5.2
ABN AMRO Funds:
GrwthN 2264 -.06 +3.4
M&CGroN 24.24 -.02 +7.4
AIM investments A:
Agisvp 11.14 +.05 +8.1
Basicpalpl12.33+.0B +6.1
BasicValAp 34.60 +.13 +7.6
BIChipAp 12.25 +.03 +5.1
CapDevp 17.77 +.20 +12.1
Chartp 13.48, ... +6.1
Constip 25.22 +.13 +10.6
HY~Ap .4.35 ... +2.6
'Itlromw '23.45 +.07 +18.9
.MdCpCrEq 28.86+t.07 +9.1
MuBp 8.07 +.02 t3.2
PremEqty 10.53 +.03 +7.0
RealEstp 28.03 +.09 +16.2
SelEqtyr 18.80 +.0 +7.1
SmCpGrAp 28.04 +.31 +11.0
WeingAp 14.19 +.05 +9.5
AIM investments B:
BasicValBt 32.45+t.11 +6.8
CapDevBt 16.31 +.19 +11.3
SPremEqty 9.70 +.02 6.1
AIM investor CI:
DiyrsqMd p12.59 +.OS Ns
Dyname 18.44 +.19 +12.9
Energy 41.31 +.15 +56.6
GiblMItCrp 30.52 +.23 NS
SmCo~rl p 13.43 +.11 +8.0
SummitPp 12.19 +.10 +13,5
Tech 26.44 -.17 +5.1
Utilies 13.97 -.20 +18.3
AMF Funds:
:AdjMtgn 9.69 ... +2.2
Advance Capitall:
Salancednp l8.62 +.03 +6.2
Retlncn 9.86 +02 +2.4
AlgerAmerican:
Gowth 40.02 +.29 +15.0
Alger Funds B:
SmCapGrt 5.10 +.05 +17.8
Alger Funds Instl:
MidCpGrle 17.01 -1.62 +13.3
AllianceBem A:
AmGvinA 7.69 +.05 +9.4
BalanApr 16.80 -.99 +5.1
GlblTechA p 60.93 -.05 +7.8
GrotncApx 3.90 -.02 +5.4
GrowthAp 38.33 -.10 +14.1
IntlNalAp 18.03 +.17 +19.3
LgCapGrAp21.22 -.09 +18.8
SmnCapGrA 24.77 +.15 +8.8
AllianceBernAdv:
LgCapGrAdv 21.93 -.08 +17.2
AllianceBem B:
AmGvincB 7.6B +.04 +8.6
.CorpBdB p 11.93 +.04 +1.0
Glbl~echBt 54.84 -.05 +7.0
GrtncBpx 3.83 -.01 14.5
GrowthB t 26.51 -.07 +13.2
LgCpGr~t 19.10 -.07 +16.0



SmCpVAt 29.35 -10 +12.2
RenisAp 21.69 +.19 -1.3
Allianzee Fud :

RenamlsB 20.00 .17 24.1
Alliamt Funds C:
RasmCtV 19.85 +.18 -2.0

TargetC 16.98 +.206 -4.6
AmeriacoFnAMB:
Lgnapimr 20.82-.91 +2120


Amer Beacon Inst:

intlEqinex 20.83 -1.64 +12.8
SmCapnst x 2063 -.98 +7.7
Amer Beacon Plan:








InipPBnd 13.29 -.14 -7.9
Iniscr 14.49r +.2 +3.5
IntGrol 10.09 +.02 +9149

ULgtmal 61.6 +.02 +5.9
BLfedn 56.44 +.03- +6103
Oqmnevggn 1.1.5 +.0 +10.3




Vleqlny n 7.05 + 04 +6.7


Baln 18.44 +.03 +24.3
BondhdA pK1.22 -.04 +1.7
CeapWedlp 18.50 -.53 ~24.6
Capi~n1d px3.2 1-.4 +5.4

EupecAl p 310.0 +.48 +22.7
FundnvAp 36.0B +.12 +13.5
Gov~iA 13.50 +.04 +2.3
HIwrstnp 12.14 -.01 +30.5
HilCAcun~l15.55 +.03 +4.7






Bealanlt 18.36 +.03 +37.5
Bondttx 138.22 -.04 +1.0
CSmapian9dt 53.21 -.4 +4.6
CapWl~rdtx 3648 -1.46' +15.1
Erpac~d~t 4.2.4 +.4z7 +2.8
FdInvll~at 35.95 +.11 +12.
Grothlte 130.24 -.11 +15.2

~VleA9Pn rspt .0 + 6
W~ash t 31.10 +04 +41 0
AmerisokMFud 391 +4 -14
ArleMutualp ds 2. -O 61
BaAppree 473 +.1 +4.6
ArieldA 5051 + .07 +1.9
Inp~d 2165.4 +.20 +1.6
MkCapWrp 31.530 +.17 +11.5
Mid ai OL88( -.4 +1.7.5

Smtap~a 17.50 ~.0. +12.

Assetn 581+12+4-.14~.2
Grlowthn 1 5.83 +.103 +7.2
Parners pe 18.62 -.23 +1.4
Sml~dap 23.32+.02+10.1
Inlourp 313.18 +.03 +2.5
Cl~apluB 141 .01 +1.5
DivMun 14.00 +.01 +14.4
Nxwe~ gudnilV +.1 *1
Inewtda2 39241 +.11 +166
Emgpkis 34 99 +.72 +31.9

GIaespAp 67 43 +. 29+5.3
HixdinvAp 7 86 +.3 3.7
LegacyAp 14.74 +.04 ~4.9

Bmriamwl Funds :
Brcandwie Fds:8 -.4 *
Blue~d 1830.0 -03+1.7 .
Brandywin n 31.9 +.04 +16.4

HipGhY~d nx6.92 -1.05 +.5 .
BuflFund s:v ~ 359 ~l t
Smicapte 25.85 -3.06 +5.5

ICap~ev 35.56 +.29 +28.2
Focu~dn 137.09 +46 +216.1
Mushti 29.15 +254 +4163

Redlyn 37.45 +415 +30.2
CRMianFunds:
Midnat l 27.29 +.22 +9s.7
.MCalamoS 30 tinds: .
Gr&IcC ta 318.4 +20 +97.0

Grolhat 17570 +64 +10.8
GrwtCtpa 1530 +59 +10.8

Incol p 6.82 +06e +34.6






















''h~ 1Inuq p 13.18 +063 +13.0
dMu~d~ 10.29 +01 +0.9


Munint 10.71 +0a3 +1.9
Social~p 28.96 +.01 +6.5


TxF~tdn 10.59 +.03 +2.1
TxFLngp 15.54 +.04 t4.0
TxFVT 15.65 +.03 +2.0
Causeway Intl:
Instt~utonal 16.64 +.06 +9.8
Investor r 16.57 +.06 +9.6
ClitStreet Funds:
DhrBond 11.66 +.04 +2.1
LgCostk 12.50 +.01 +8.9
Clipperx 89.71 -.36 +2.4

I~tnsn 489 -5.06 +15.9
RhtyShrsnx 73.12 -5.42 +17.1
Columbia Class A:
Aomtf 27.85 +.15 +14.7
FocusEqA t 20.54 +13 116
Inti~alueA rx 2263 -1.57 +12.2
LgCap~aluA 13.99 +.04 +10.4
MasromAt 19.10 +.11 +7.7
TxExA p 13 5B +.05 +3.9
Columbla Class B:
umm blaCI C +.13 +13.9
Acm t 26 85 +.13 +13.8
TotRetBd C C 9.74 +.03 +2.1


Name NAV chg 1%-mo.
Columbia Class Z:
AcomnZ 28.45 +.15 +15.1
AcmmintlZ 33.33 +.28+t23.7
AomUVSA 27.38 +.16 +15.2
ConHiMd 8.49 ... +2.5
ConSecZ 17.20 +.07 +4.5
CoreBondZ 10.65 +.04 +2.1
FocusEqZI 20.86 +.13 +11.8
IntmBdZn 8.89 +.02 +2.2
IntmTE~dn 10.35 +.03 +2.0
IntEqZx 15.15 -.23 +15.6
IntlStkZnx 16.94 -.24 +15.5
Intl~alZx 22.72 -1.63 +12.5
IntmCor~d 9.44 +.02 +1.3
LgCapCoreZx13.00 -.14 +7.9
LgCapGith 22.36 -.04 +7.5
LgCapidxZ 24.52 +.03 +6.6
LgCapVaZ 14.00 +.04 +10.6
MarsGrPrZ 19.37 +.10 +7g
MarinOppZrx13.41 ...+t20.7
MidCapGrZ 24.13+t.20+t19.0
MidCpidxZ 11.78 +.10 +14.9
MdCpValp 14.12 +.09 +17.1
STlncoZ 9.77 ... +1.9
SmCpCoreZl8.71+t.12 48.8
SmlCapidxZn21.071 +.11 +9.g
Columbla Funds:
ReEsEqZ 24.75 +.02 +9.1
CG Cap Mkt Fds:
IntlEq <(2.05 +.10 +18.0
LgGmw 13.64 -.05- +11.7
LgVain 11.31 +.06 +9.0
Davis Funds A:
NY~enA 34.18 +.14 +12.5
Davis Funds B:
NY~ens 32.79+t.13+11.6
Davis Funds C & Y:
NY~enY 34.55 +.14 +12.8
NY~enC 33.00 +.13 +11.6
Delaware invest A:
LgCapValA x 17.91 -1.27 +LS
TrendAp 22.61 +.30 +7.3
TxUSA p 11.50 +.03 +3.8
DelawareinVest B:
Delch$ 3.24 +..2.7
SelGrBI 24.69 +.10 +19.5
Del-Pooled~Rust:
IntlEq 20.64 +.13 +14.7
Dimensional Fds:
EmgMktValx23.59 -.02 +32.6
IntSmVanx 17.71 -.83 +25.4
TMUSSmx 23.29 +.12 +10.2
USLgConx 37.16 -.17 +6.7
USLgVa nx 21.96 -.21 +12.1
USLgVa3nx 16.90 -.17 +12.3
USMicrox 14.98 -1.09 +8.3
USSnialinx 19.82 -1.13 +8.5
USSmValx 26.84 -2.14 +9.9
IntlSmCo nx 16.30 -.80 +24.1
EmgMktnx 20.75 +.25 +32.4
Fixdn 10.09 ... +22
Intlranx 18.14 -.35 +17.4
Gib5Fxincx10.20 -.30 +1.6
LrgCapintnx 19.93 ... +15.5
TMUSSmVx23.77 -2.02 +10.4
TM InlValu x 16.05 -.22 +18.7 1
TMMklwdeVx15.41 -.03 +15.0
TMUSEqx 13.39 -.05 +8.2
2YGIFxd nx 9.TI -.12 +1.8
DFARIEslnx25.31~ -.64 +15.6
Diversifd.Inv Fds:
CoreBond x12.34 -.10 +1.9
EqGOmwp 20.72 +.OB 48.8
Vllcox2397 -1.90 +7.8
Baanceddn 85 +


Pcknoc14~ 81 1.58' +11.4
SocialEqn 30.45 -.03 +4.0
Dreyfus:
Apree 40.92 -.11 +5.8
BasicS&iP 26.45 +.04 +8.6
Discp 34.17 +.04 +7.7
Dreylus x 10.43 -.43 +7.0
DreyMidr 29.76 +.26 +14.5
Drey500Int37.42 +.05 46.3
EmgLead 41.9) +.26 +11.4
R.Intr 13.06+.02 +1.4
GNMAp 14.49 +.05 +2.5
Grinc n 15.94 +.03 +4.7
InsMunnt 17.80 +.04 +.7
Intenn nr .13.32 +.03 +2.0
MidcpVir 31.96 +.35 +9.7







Techdro 24.43 -08G +6.6
Techrow ...2.M +7.1
EatnVancedv 89 .2:+.


CmhinBp 15453 +15 +13.5
Float~ate 101.X t... +4.4




CTraxdGVIA 78 32.. +2 5
Cor~qt 9d.0 +. t.
Natelunvt 3129 +.02 t6.7
TMG1.1tx 22.50 +.02 +57.2

GovI~dp 7.31 -.01 +1.7
NatiMnt 11.30 +1.03 +16.8
wThAnp 17tl.59 -.01 +6.9

FdehgrpA 23.53 -.02 +9.6
SpchaluA p. 27 17 +1 125




Eae Vanw 1: A


LMglaOqtyl 160 +2.05 +93 I
Shtinl~dl 15.8 +.015 +13.7
SIMunlh 994 +.01 +1.4
Spec~dal 27.31 +.11 +12.9



Fgpal s*4677 + .17 +11.7
Val~uen 49.65 +.15 +7.2
SmalCqap 42.25 +.23 +3.6
FMousn 3::"3.27 +.29 +68 BO
FPAun~ds: 108 .i
NewincA 10.82 ... +1.4

edeated An C :
AmLdrAi 23.80 +.08 +66
Capl~ppA 25.65 +.12 +3.7

TMkt.pp*pl2.71 +.03 +5.2
FedeatedBaceC :
Kaumn~p 57.48 +.4 +11.8

NlMC 12.61 +.03 +4.4
edertedpinstI :
Midtanp 22.57 +.01 +14.4
Fidelitye AdFoT:
HitarTn 2.89 +.24 +19.1
NatgesT 41.09 +.35 +47.0

Fidlgeeitl vioA B
AsUDivinl 214.08+.32+20.6
Eqv~BrA I48.83 +.13 +7.7
EqnincAo p 2.38 +.06 +28.0
MkfatCap p 2.27 +.17 +10.4
Nwisgts po 16.85 +.05 +21.0

Fdidaelt Adviso B:0 t
MIdtlpoap 23.51 +.16 +9.5
DIvntl~qty 20.41 +.31 +19.6
Nwngha~tstn 16.57 +.05 +20.2
Divintd n 2.35 +.33 +21.0
Div~rthl 12.42 +.0 +5.4
SEq~rin 571.7 +.14 +82.1

Eqnirg 29.07 +.06 t48.3
FidielydvioT n 16
BalaelnT 16067 +.13 +61.1


Eqlrsp 48936 +13 +7.5



GovinT 93.9 +.03 +27.o


GrOppT 33.77 -.07 +10.9
HiincAdv~p 9.86 +.06 +5.5
IntBdT 10.87 +.02 +1.4
MklCapTp 24.49 +.17 +10.2
MunilncTp 1291 +.02 +3.2


STFiT 9.41 ... +1.7
SmlCapTp 24.85 +.18 +9.2
Strinme 11.56 -.04 +2.8
ValstraT 30.00 +.31 +5.0
Fidelity Freedom:
FF2000n 1253 +.04 +4.4
FF2010 n 14.42 +.07 +6.8
FF2020n 15.09 +.08 +9.1
FF2030 n 15 40 +.09 +10.4
FF2040n 9.07 +.05 +10.7

F2 ~p 1.7 6.0 r.
IncomeFd n 11 48 + 04 c4.1
Fidelity invest:
AggrGrr 18.03 +.13 +9.6
AMgr 16 15 +.06 +4.9
AMgfr~rn 15 25 +.06 +5.1
AMgrin 12 88 + 06 +6.6
Balance 18.93 +1(5 +12.3
BlueChipGr 43.89 + 14 +6 0
CAMunn 12.3B +.02 +3.4
canad n 4. t2 37
Capinconr 8 40 +.01 +5 1
ChinaReg n 19 32 +.27 +15.8


Name NAV chg a t
congesi nx 408.61 -2.47 +4.7
CTMunnr 11.38 +.01 +2.1
Contranx 65.45 -.90+*18.0
CnvSec 22.69 +.07 +7.7
Destinyin 14.49 +.OS +14.2
Destinylin 12.05 +.08 +4.1
DisEq n 28.15 +.08 +12.2
Diverintin 32.46 +.26 +18.7
DivGlbn 29.22 +.11 +5.3
EmigMktn 18.28 +.45+~47.4
Equtine n 53.47 +.19 +7.3
EQIln 23.18 +.09 +6.2
EurCapApn 22.00 +.21 +17.1
Europen 36,04 +.25 +19.8
ExchFdnx 280.22 -2.92 +6.3
Exportn 21.57 +,05 +17.7
RldelFd 32,27+t.17 +8.9
Fiftynr 23.07 +.12 +13.4
FitRateHir 9.95 ... +4.2
FLMurn 11.43+.02 +2.6
FourinOnen27.09+t.09 48.1
GNMAn 10.91 +.03 +2.8
Govtlnon 10.16 +.04 +2.5
GroCon 64.53 +,63 +16.0
Grlo~n 35.00+t.04 +4.6
Grolncil 10.31 +.03 +9.4
Highincm 8.81+t.01 k9.5
Indepndncen 19.96 +.16 +13.1
InProBnd 11,00 +.07 +2.0
Int~dn 10.31 +.02 +1.7
IntGov 10.06 +.01 +1.4
Intm~unin 9.96 +.02 +2.4
IntlDisc 31.57+*.37+~20.1
IntlSmCapm 26.63 +.31 +3~0.9
InvGB n 7.3B +.02 +2.7
Japann 17.95+*.65 +45.5
JpnSmCo n 16.39 +.68 +43.3
LalAmn 32.27 +.49 +59.1
LevCoStock 26.4 -.08 +19.2
LowPrm 41.14 +.21 +10.7
Magellan n 107.73 + .97 +7.9
MDMum 10.84'~ +.22.4
MA Munin 11.87 +.02 +3.5
MIMunin 11.82 +.01 +2.5
MidCapn 26.91 +.34 +18.4
MNMunn 11.40 +.02 +2.4
MtgeSecn 11.07 +.02 +2.5
Munilocn 12.80 +.02 69,5
NJMunr 11.50 +.03 +3.3
NewMkintel4.43 -.18 +10.8
NewMilln 35.42 +.48 +12.4
NYMunn 12.81 +.02 43.0
OTC 3B.80 +.09 +12.2
Oh Mun n 11.64 +.02 +2.7
Ovsean 41.43 +.67 +20.6
PacBasn 25.38 +.67 +34.8
PAMunnr 10.78 +.01 +2.5
Puritan '18.89 +.07 +5.7
Real Est n 31.45 +.15 +17.0
ShtintMun 10.20 +.01 +1.0
STBFn 8.86 ... +2.1
SmCaplnd 20.81 +.24 +13.2
SmallCapSnr18.45 +.10 +9.6
-SEAslan 20.85 +.33 +34.3
SlkSlon 25.12 +.06 +10.8
StratDivlnc 12.28 +.06 +11.3
Stratince 10.45 -.04 +3.1
Trnnx 5. -.2 9.

UltShtBd m 10.02 ... +2 9
Utilityn 14.82 -.27 +11.4
ValStra t 31.64 +.33 +5 5
Valuen 76.76 +.78 +16.4
6rhdn 1.7 +.20 +15.2



lankng n 3. +0 5
itechn 633 186 +1 .

Chemn 67.36 +1.43 +2.0
Comp n 36.90 -.03 +6 2
Conindn 25.37 -.B +5.2
CstHou n 47.90 -.59 +12.3
DfAeron 73.91 +1.15 +17.9
hvCom n 20.43 +.14 t6.6
Electrn 44.66 +.11 +20.0
Energyn 47.59 +.15 +54.4
EngSvc n 67.33 +.60 +56.8
Environ 15.89 -.13+t12.5
RnSvcn 116.35 +.95 +9.0
Foodn 51.18 -.33 +7.7
Goldm 32.66+~.95 t39.9
Health n 138.48 +1.42 +19.9
HomeFinin 51.67 +.26 -5.0







Utilarn 43.61 -.80 +10.4
Isrelsn 68.94 +04 +19.0
Fid~eltnaln 5. t4 37
MeEqutn~yjnx4.B7 -150 48.7
ExMktinedny x35.1 -.18 +12.3
500Irndx vnx8.40 -.81 -6.7
Govinan 10.94 +.04 +12.5

Itelemndx 35840 -.27 +15.5




Etyanco p 4 .31 +.7 05 6 6

LgBpGrp 43044 -... +9.4
Mdiprelps 6413 +.18 +15.1

Gx~loblA 42x3.12 +.38 +16.2

GWlobdxlp 7.23 -.01 +9.7,
Govtnp 10.86 +.03 +2.5
Ilncomevp 35.00 -..7 -05.
Invirdnp 90.66 +.02 +1.0





ToMld Fnvx52 0.3 t

Fmeit emp m Ad:+.1 +50

SAdlUn 87.93 +01 +2.2

AqLTFnmpx d14 +.02 +3.1
AZTFlpx 11.02 +.02 r9.3
CAHYBdpx 10.35 +.01 +16.5
CaInsnp 12.65 +.02 +43.3
LCplntrmp 31.49+.02 +2.4
MCalTr~p 71.28 +0s 1+5.0
CapbarA 11.33 ~... +2.9
COTFreaAp 11.9 +022 +48.2
BCTTFApx 11.06 +.02 t4.4
CvtbecAp l6.23 +.09 +8.4
DlTx~Ap 11.87 +.03 2 +.8
Dana~chA26.702 -.07 +10.4
Elncmelp 2.06 +.05 +4.6
FeIntermlp 11.8 +.02 +2.0
FedTxFAp 12.08 +.03 2.441
FlexCaprA 40.924 +.06 +84.g
FLTFApx 11.89 +.02 +3.8
FondFAlp 12.99 +.OB +7.4
GATFAp 12,07,+.02 +32.9
GolPrMAp 24.92 +.83 +37.8
GrothlA p 37.00 +14 +59.8
HYTF~px10.74+~03 +5.2


I.A TFc A x 1.48 + 02 +27
MMT chA 1n. +.02 +50
MassTAp 11.8 +.01 43.7
MihTFAp 12.23 +.01~ +3.7
MO TFA px 12.24 +.03 +4.2
NJTFA p 12.10 +.02 +4.3
NAYinsApx 11.56 +.01 +3.3
ClNYTFp 11.83 +.02 +.37
NCTFApx 12.26 +.02 +4.0
COhlTFAp12.52+ .02 +3.7
ORTFA px 11.82 +.01 +4.1
PATFeA p 10.239 +t.0 +4.0
ReE~xecA p 2.97 -.03 +15.5
RiDivaeA p 3283 +.38 +4.7
Statnc~p 10.13 +.01 +1.7
USdlovA p 6.51 +.02 +2.8

UtIlibeAp 101.8 -.16 +1.7
VATFApx 11.80 +.01 43.9
Frank/Tmp Fmk9 Adv: 7.
incomAdv 2.40 +.01 +2.8
FrmtanTep Fmk0 B:1 t.
IncomeB~p 2.41 +.01 +2.2
I~ncomeBI 0.40 +.01 +~1.8
FounFAlp 12.85 +.05 +6.7
inv~cmA 2.42 ... +2.1

QualfieAtx 19.78 -1.43 +120
haresTAx 23.88 -1.28 +110
Frankffep Mti2 C: 0 t.

DilscC x 21568 -1.21 +15.7


SharesC t 23.54 -1.29 +10.2
Frankff~emp Temp A:
DevMktAp 23.40 +.48 +30.8
ForeignAp 12.73 +.03 +12.3
m onApp 1 29 -.04 -.
Growth~p 23.07 +.15 +9.8
IntlxEMp 16.05 +.05 +102
WoklMAp 17.87 +.OB +13.7
Frankffemp Tmp Adv:
FrgnAY 12.69 +.03 +12.7
GrthAv 23.07 +.14 +10 0
Frankffemp TmpB&C:
DevMktC 22.98 +.48 +30.0
ForgnC p 12.55 +.03 +11.6
GrwthCp 225B +.14 +9.0
SE Eln Sj2 +03 +26
SAS PM n 47 38 +.0S +4.9
TaxEx 11 78 +.02 +3.4
Trustsn 56.38 -.14 +2.9
GMOEmMkV r22 61 +.58 NA
GMOT~ust II:
Foreign 165 61 .14 +15 9
GMOTrustlIl:
CurHintBd 9 86 +.01 +6 4
EmgMkr 22.64 +57 +42.9

Dorign 1. r1 59
IntlGrEq 29 57 +.08 NS
Intilatr~al 32 32 +.19 +18 9


Name NAV chg @mrto
IntlSmCo 18.17 +.29 +27.3
USQ~lyhEqy 20.30 +.07 +1.3
USCoreEqiyl4.69 -.03 Ns
GMO TrustlIV:
CorePlusBd 10.64 +.02 NS
EmgCn~tx 10.64 -1.50 +15.9
EmerMkt 22.60 +,57 +43.0
Foreign 16.68 +.13 +16.0
IntllntrVal 32.32 +.19 +17o
US~ualEq 20.31 +.07 +1.4
GMO~ust VI:
EmgMktsr 22.62 +,57 +43.0
USCoreEq 14.67 -.03 NS
Gabelli Funds:
Assel 43.71 -.03 +6.1
Growth 29.30 -.10 +12.5
Valued 19.64 -.05 +1.4
Garmnore Fds D:
Bond 9.61 +.03 +3.2
GvtBdD 10.23+*.02 +2.9
GrowthD 7.26+~.03 +9.0
NationwD 21.93 +.07 +9.2
TxFrer 10.52 +.01 +2.8
Gartmore Fds Instl:
Intldxin 9.35+*.0 +15.9
MdCpMkidxlnl5.80 +.14 +14.7
NwBdidxln 10.84+t.03 +2.3
S&P5001nstin10.98 +.02 48.6
Gartmore Fds Senrv:
[DMod p 10.50 +.04 NA
Gateway Funds:
Gateway 25.54 ... +5.0
Glenmede Funds:
IntI 19.00 +,15 +15.2
Goldman Sachs A:
CapGrA 20.91 -.08 + 4.7
GrincA 26.07 +.07 +5.2
GrthOppsA 21.81 +.04 +6.5
HIineldA 7.85 +.01 +3.6
HYMuniAp 11.22 +.03 +7.1
MidCapVA p35.40 +.06 +14.3
SmnaCapA 41.30 +.20 +4.7
GOoldman Sachs Inst:
CoreFxc 9.90 +.02 +2.8
Corelnd 12.71 +.11 +17.0
GrthOppt 22.41 +.04 +6.9
HiYield 7.86+*.01~ +3.8
HYMuni 11.22 +,03 +7.5
MidCapVal 35.63 +.07+~14.8
Guardian Funds:
GBGlntGrA 15.26 +.08 +17.0
ParkAVA 32.79 +,14 +5.8
Stock 29.76 +.12 +6.2
GuideStone Funds:
Cp~ppGSle 15.90 -.42 +t9.7
GiblEqGS4e 16.73 -.47 +12.0
GrincoGS46 14.65 -.54 +7.4
GrEqGS4 18.09 -.04 +11.5
IntlEqGS4 e17.56 +.02 +19.5
MdDurGSlx13.41 -.15 +2.6
ValuEqGSle 17.86 -1.15 +8.8
Harbor Funds:
Bondx 11.63 -.10 +2.7
CapApplnstnx33.21 -.16 +16.3
Intinrx 49.34 -1.76 +21.8
SCpVllnst x 20.14 -.11 +12.7
Harding Loevner:
EmgMktsr 34.88 +.8B +42.4
Hartford Fds A:
AdvisApx 16.02 -.02 +7.7
CapAppAp 36.06 +.28 +17.5
DivGthA px 19.20 -.01 +7.3
MidCapAp 24.09 +.23 +18.5
Ham ~Arp dsB31 +.31 +22.6
Hrfr ds B

HartfordHLd C: -50 +5


CapAppx 53.49 -6.60 +18.1
Div&Gwth x 21.03 -.92 +7.8
GIblLdrsx 18.90 -.02 +4.2
Grwth&Inc x12.85 -.10 +8.6
Grwth~ppx 30.43 -1.74 +18.7
Advisers x 22.75 -1.83 48.2
Stockx 49.93 -.49 +11.1
Indexx 32.49 -.42 +6.4
IntlOpp 13.58 +.04 +16.4
MidCapx 29.06 -3.84+1l9.0
SmallCo 19.89 +.30 +23.1
Hartfold HLS IB:
Advisorspx 22.92 -1.77 +8.0
Bond px 11,21 -.46 +2.3
CapApprecpx53.25 -6.47 +17.8







Eqitymp 409.0 +.17 +13.1
ICOtlN Fds:

IeNGes Funds :

Hnt~al~dp 17970 -.03 +123

TR~P~raq 53384 +.02 +B2


unds V~p3.7 50+.06 +6 4




MidCpValup 23.12 t... +99
JCP Mo n Ist:
Mqidpq 249.01 *... +1310

IntEqgx 32.49 -.01 +143.2


CoreB~ 10.67 +.04 +12.3

Coreallusd 7.80 +.03 +12.8
DivMdpr 2.508 +.13 +3.4
D va~d~pV 2815.3 +.028 +11.6






JPMorgan Atras:
MIgBacked 10.48 +.03 NS

Balancedn 22.60 +07 480.6
CPoreaq 238 +.11 18.0
Enterlpr 42.34 +,23 +.2
Fedfxgxn 6.8 +0 +2.4
xndopaund 231 tg

Grthingen 36.6 .24 +1.4
MidCapValn 22.51 +.06+112.2
JPOrion 8.3 .. +2.6
Ovtersesn 31.58 +551 +34.6

SdCVan 2.0 +.10 +10.6
Twenty 49.51 +.07 +419
Vea~ntu 6.687 -.04 2+3.1
Whrid~pr 43.61 -.12 +73.8
anus dpv I Shrs: t0 l.
Fornby 29.10+t.0+1t6.8
Balaoncd 26.125 +.09 +8.8
Worldw~rn 28.27 -.05 +7.7
JennsonD rydn A:.4 t.3 t
BlntdAF ~ 106 +.0 + .

HIntidA p0 5 7... +37.2

LgaValue p 0 7.09 +17 t.7
GrowthB 15.13 -.06 +15.3
HiYpdont 45.66 +.22 +2.6
Insureod8 10.78+*.02 +12.
J oRDSnryden Z&a :
MGrowthZ 16.92 -.06 +1S5
Sikidxl n 22820 +.04 +86.5
Jenlsein 2.214 -.11 +17.0

Johx~n Hancoc A: 0 t.
Bondp 14.97 +.04 +2.5
RgI~lkoir~ 39.5-.52 +13.2
SvInvcpx 18.79 -.1.3 +34.9
StrilncA p 6.84 -.24 +4.7
USMbers rn 29.07 -.01 +4.8
StinCBpa 62.84 -.02 +2.0
Onlymqlt 37890 +.30 +20.1
Oiontq 8375 +.29 +19.7
KvenelSmr3pp 440.55 +18.2



Loatu Fun 95 -.06 +2.1.
USrmdpnr 1731 +.02 +5.7

Emgrti x .170 -.104 +44.2


Bn~lenst 14.07 +.05 +12.8
Golegg MaS 8n Fd t.


OpportTr t 17.02 -.12 +10.6
Splnvnp 45.34 -.28 +11.6
ValTrp 6997 -.41 +9.1
Leg~gsMacson instl: +0 57
Vai~rFlp 75.84 -44 *.8
Varl~rnst T/.02 -.44 +10.1
ILeuthold Funds:
Corelnvstn 17 37 +.17 +15 3
Longleaf Partners:
Parters 31.74 23 + 4
Inti n 17.46 + 08 +15 4
SmCap 27.77 +.09 +11 8
Looms Sayles:
LSBondl 13.53 +.04 +4.7

LonCR 135 .4 r.
StrincA 13 99 + 03 +3 6
Lord Abbett A
AffilialdApx 14.24 +.07 +5.0
AlValueA 11 96 + 06 +7 4
BalanStratA x 11 2 35 +3 2
BondDebA p 7 80 +O 01+1 7
GillcApx 682 -.18 -53
MldCapA px 22 67 -1 51 +10 4
RsSmCpA 28.80 +34 +15.7
Las map 18229 + 03 +4 7
AffildB px 14.29 + 07 +4 3
BdDb8 p 7 81 +.01 +1.0


Name NAV chg 1 .
HIYldA 9.71 ... +4.2
LowDurA 10.00 ... +1.1
RealRet~p 11.08 i.08 +1.9
TotRtA 10.51 4.03 +2.4
PIMCO Funds B:
RealRtBt 11.08 .06 +1.1
TotRIB I 10.51 -.03 +1.6
PIMCO Funds C:
AllAssetCI 13.01 +.08 +5.0
CommRRp l6.62 -.12+t17.2
RealRetC p 11.08 +.0B +1.4
TotRtCI 10.51 +.03 +1.6
PIMCO FundsDO:
CommodR p 16.78 -.12 +18.1
RealRtap 11.08 +.06 +1.9
TotlRtn p 10.51 +.03 +2.5
Pamassus Funds:
Eqtylncon 24.89 +.08 +4.6
PaxWorld:
Balanced 23.88+t.03 +6.9
PennMutCp 10.36+~.05+t13.0
PhoenixFunds A:
BalanAx 14.68 -.40 +2.5
CapGrthAx 15.78 -.10 +5.5
IntlAx 11.43 -.06+t15.4
MulSStAp 4.71 +. 1.6
Pioneer Funds A:
BalancApx 9.99 -.02 +4.3
BondA p 9.19 +.03 +2.5
EqincApx 29.17 -.16 +6.8
EuroSelEqA 32.65 -.12 +10.0
GrowthAp 12.73 ... +5.5
HlghYldAp 10.79+*.02 +2.7
IntiValA 20.27 +.22 +17.8
MdCpGrA 15.06 +.12 +4.7
MdCpVaAp 23.58 .+.08 +9.9
PionFdA p 44.82 +.08 +8.3
TaxFreeAp 11.60 +.02 +4.0
ValueAp 17.73 +.08 +7.6
Pioneer Funds B:
Hi eldB t 10.84 +.02 +2.0
MidCapValB 20.63 +.08 +8.9
Pioneer Funds C:
Hinidct 10.94 +02 +2.0
Price Funds Adv:
Eq~lynop 28.22 +.07 +5.6
Growthpn 28.57 +B t.3
HiYldp 6.89 -01 +3.0
Price Funds:
Balancen 19.93 +.07 +6.6
BlueChlpGn 33.23 +04 +8.1
CalTxn 10.98 +.02 +3.4
CapAprn 20.24 +.05 +8.0
DivGro n 23.10 +.05 +5.1
EmgEurope 25.015 +32 +63.9
EmMktSn 25.50 +.50 t41.4
Eqinen 26.27 +.07 +5.8
Eqldxn 34.09 +.05 +6.5
Europe n 17.07 15 *+9.1
FLintmn 10.77 +01 +1.4
GNMn 9.48 +0o2 +2.8
Growthn 28.78 +01 +8.6
Gwthinn 20.93 -.02 +4.3
HithScin 25.44 +.53 +16.1
HiYndn 6.90 -.01 +3.2
ForEq n 17.42 + 14 +18.1
Intlldn 9.43 -09 -7.7
IntlDisn 41.01 +.21 +29.6
Intl Gr&Inc 14.19 +.09 +17.5
IntSlkn 14.79 +.12 +17.8
Japann +.40 NA
LalAm n 25.42 +37 +63.7
MdSht n 5.13 ... +1.0
Md aFrn +06 i t.
Mei~n 3. .0 29


Ne Emn 323 .5 t.

NwHrznn 32.25 +.09 +14.7
Newinton 8.97 +0E2 +2.8
NYTxFn 11.31 +.02 +3.3
PsBain 18.94 +os5 +7.7
PSGrown 23.37 +0)7 +9.3
PSlncon 15.16 +.04 t6.1
RealEstn 19.65 +.04 +16.9
R2010n 14.68 +.04 +7.4
Retire2020 n 15.77 +.05 48.6
R2030n 16.66+*.05 +9.9
SelTehn 19.94 -.11 +5.3
ST Bdn 4.68 +1 7
SmCapStkn33.28 +.14+t10.5
SmCapVal n37.41 +.08 +10 9
SpecGr 18.43: +06 +l116







AAealnp 11.823 +05 +B.0
ATx~Ee 9.21 +.01 +3.1
ClasscHqn 13.43 +.0 1 6.2
Colnvert 17.1-.10 +30 c.1
Discnr 18.7 +.12 +9.5


FLEr 116 t05 *.

HithAn p 3.24 + SS6 +16 3

Pintplqp 2629 -5 153
BntlGrinpx 13.55 +.09 +17.1
InvA p. 13.79 +.04 +11.0
idrl~lx 8.99 .0. +2.9
AMNvxp 8.99 +I.01 +2.8
NJ~axAp 91.21 +.01 +3.5
Nw~alAp 18.21 +,08 +72.2

PATE 9.09 +.01 +3.0
CTxxAp .8.78 +.01 +3.3
TFasicnA p l4 +.02 + .




nBc~ 187 .2 t.

Geol~t 17.89 +05 +42 1
Gilnc~tx 12.05 -01 -50
GINrsteq 26.73 -378 *967

HICidA 7.881 +.01 +2.8
HYoAdv 5.189+5.02 +2.6
OIntlqpx .25.38 .-.25 +14.4
Inb~tlyptx 12.7 -.05 +19.8
Hlnv~t 132.6 +.04 +10.3
NJ~xBI 79.20 +.01 +2.8
NwYalp 17.97 +.07 +6.4

INYl~xltx 83.62 -.08 +27.4
OTC~pt 0791 +.07 +9.9
Txlxp 8.78 ... +2.6
MTFHYB 1295 +.01 +5.3
US~v~t 13.05 +.04 +1.5
Utal~tx 10.95 -.21 +8.9

Vsa~tE 945 +.09 +14.0
VoyB1p 15.S2 -.03 +27.2

DSvrinp 3.812 +.03 +2.9

Putnam FundsYB:

DsGr&In 20.04 +.10 +86.9
Ivrncom 6.80 +.02 +2.6
IntEqlyx 25.45 -.52 +15.5


Name NAV chg 12- .
Voyager 18.29 -.04 +8 2
RS Funds:
RSEmGrnp 33.25+t.36 +3.7
RSNalResnp32.59 +.01 +44.4
RSPartners 33.018 +.08 +13.4
ValueFd 24.62 +.13 +13.1
Rainier Iny Mgt:
SmMCap 33.60 +.33 +20.3
RiverSource/AXP A:
BalancedAx 9.96 -.06 +4.7
Discovery 9.66 +.06 +11.4
DElx 12.01 -.54 +14.8
DivrBd 4.81 +.01 +2.7
DivOppA x 7.53 -.06 +8.3
il. *l 11.40 +.03 +13.1
IlIjl. 673 +.05 +213
Growlhx 29.20 -.10+t10.6
HiYldBond 2.86 -.01 +4.0
HiYIdTxExAe 4.38 -.02 +2.9
Insre 5.34 -.05 +1.9
IntlSelValpx 9.2B -,47 +22.4
LgCpEqApx 5.38 -.02 +7.8
Masse S.31 -.02 +2.0
Muiche 5.23 r.03 +2.5
MidCapGrAel4.5B+*.02+12.4
MidCpValpx 8.47 -.48 +18.7
Mine 5.26 ... +2.3
NewDx 19.99 -4.71 +2.5
NY e 5.03 -.05 +2.5
Ohlo 5.25 +.01 +2.1
SDGovt 4.73 ... +1.3
SmColndexe8.43 -.65 +9.1
Stockpx 20.55 -.04 +7.3
StrtgcA1Ax 10.20 -.02 +8.7
RiverSource/AXP B:
DivrEqlncle~l2.02-.48+t13.9
EqVal px 11.43 +.06 +12.2
NewDte 18.62 -4.62 +1.8
RiverSource/AXPY:
NewDnx- 20.10 -4.75 +2.7
Royce Funds:
LowPrSlkr 15.62 +.15 +11.1
MicroCapl n 1.95 +.08 +13.3
Opptylr 12.39 +.12 +6.3
PennMulm 10.89 +.08 +14.1
Premierinr 16.94 +.17 +18.2
TotRellr 12.72+t.05 +9.8
Russell Funds S:
DivsondS 23.38+t.09 +1.9
DivEqS 45.54 +.18 +9.7
EmerMkts 18.55 +.35 +34.5
IntlSecS 67.76 +.53 +16.2
MstratBondS 10.34 +.04 +2.3
QuantEqS 38.73 +.14 +8.0
RESecS 44.79 +.0B +14.8
ShortDuraBdS18.66 +.02 +1.4
SpecialGrS 51.10 +.37 +8.8
RUSSelil nstil:
Eqty II 31.12 +.12 +9.8
EqtyQI 36.32 +.14 +8.5
IntII 43.14 +.34 +16.9
Russell LfePts C:
BalStrCpx 11.28 -.09 +7.3
Russell LfePts D:
BalStratpx 11.36 -.09 +7.8
Rydex Advisor:
OTCx 10.82 -.05 +3.6
Rydex investor:
Juno Fd '18.24 -.25 -5.3
OTCx 11.25 -.04 +4.1
SEl Portfolios:
CoreFxinA n10.34 +.03 +2.2
EmMkIDbln 10.86 +.1 +13.8
EgM np +..5 32 +33 3


In ~ iA +08 *02 + .


Lg~oAn -1.1 t9
LgCValAn 21.57 +.08 +8.7
SmCGroA 6 1.43 +.17 t6.1
SmCValAn l9.72 +.09 +8.9
TaxMgdLC 12.19 +.02 +8.6
SSgA Funds:
EmgMkt 18.73 +.39 +40.2
SP500n 20.88 +.03 +6.6
SmCap 29.71 +.21 +8.3
STI Classic:
CapAppinl1248 -.01 40.3
CapAppAp 11.86 -.01 -0.3
CapAppC p 11.16 -.01 -0.7
HighYndl 10.74 ... +2.6
LCpVIEqA 13.03 +.09 +5.1
LgCpRe]Val 16.72 +03 +11.6







OrSmkCpn 23.34 +102 +70
SmCap~el 23.36 +105 +71.1
YkxiSen~l 2.65 -.01 +43 3

Scudder FundsA:





Scudder Flnds :
Emtlkin 11.38 +.08 +129

GWlobvis 38.74 -1.51 +188
GW~loax 30.42 -2.25 +25.9
SGold&re 18.92 -.81 +19.9
SGrEurro 29.89 -.87 +13.9
Groplncv 22.14 -101 +7.8
Hmdapxn 12.82 +.02 +5.5
Io~ncom S1.71 +.05 +2.7
IntrlxAMT 11.19 +01 +2.1


LCopGronp 25.85 .01 +10.6
Lat~iAmnx 45.99 -.2.6 +56.2

MdMunip S 10 002 93.







GoTechA 13.84 +.OB +10.6
HiY 7'p .31 +1.5
Setinelr oup.:
ComSikRpx 3.03 -1.41 +9.3

SmgMojrpe 71.4 -1.68 +10.1
Sequoiar 15.59 -.62 -8.3
GLargipsr 37.70 1.515 +11.8

AGr~upm 108.89 +1.0 +15.5
Apprd~p 14.63 -.03 +5.5
Fdmaep 14.88 +.08 +6.0
HnilncAtI 6.78 +.01 +2.7
IntlmAllptl2x.92. +.09 +13.9
LgCapGmp 23.47 +.01 +80.4
MgdMunip 9153 -.03 *3.0
SBacpisncA 1.27 +.03 485.2
Agt~rBt~ 97.4501 +.714.6
Appr~alt 14.25 -.03 +4.6

Lg1vapG~t 22.07 +.01 +67.6
AeSBhainc 10781 +.03 +72.6

AelggmrC 988 +.8 +1.7
FdnealC 13.88 +.07 +5.2
FmLgiapt 22.06 +.014 +7.6
GlSmith Arne1:. .1 85
DivbTrcal 16.61 +.01 410.9


Grqoinc 156.13 +.01 +5.4


Name NAV chq 12- .
Smith Bamey Y:
AggGroYt 113.17 +1.04 +16.0
LgCapGroY 24.22+t.02 +8.9
SoundShn 39.67 +,07 +8.5
St FarmAssoc:
Balan nx 50.89 -.76 NA
Gwth nx 50.20 -.60 NA
Stration Funds:
Dividendn 34.81 -.01 +5.9
Growth 45.00 +.19+~16.9
SmCap 43.97 +.18 +13.8
SunAmerica Funds:
USGVBI 9.37 +.05 +2.0
SunAmerica Focus:
FLgCpAp 19.15 -.05 +8.8
TCW Galileo Fds:
DivFocused 11.79+r.08 +4.1
SelEqly 20.88 -.30 +7.6
ValueOpp 24.03 +07 t8.7
TCW Gallieo N:
SelEqtyNp 20.42 -.29 +7.2
TD Waterhouse Fds:
Dow30 Fds 0.0
TIAA-CREF Funds:
BondPlusx 10.13+t.01 +2.5
Eqtylndexx 9.10 -.12 +7.8
Grolncx 13.03 -.01 +8.4
GroEqtyx 9.80 -.10 +7.6
HiYldBond x 9.04 -.06 +2.5
IinlEqtyx 12.06 -.09 +16.5
MgdAlicx 11.46 -.16 +6.4
ShtTrmBondx10.33 -.02 +1.4
SocChcEqiyx9.83 -.11 +8.6
TaxExsondx 10.69 -.06 +2.0
Tamarack Funds:
EnterSmCpx 28.31 -5.15 -0.7
Valuex 39.12 -7.47 +2.9
Templeton instit:
EmMSp 18.90 +.41 +30.7
ForEqS 22.35 +.17 +15.1
Third Avenue Fds:
Intirx 21.02 -.45 +19.0
RealEstVal r 29.46 -1.38 +15.6
SmlCapnx 24.87 -.49 +t12.9
Values 55.27 -5.09 +18.8
Thompson Plumb:
Growth 44.86+*.13 -0.6
Thomburg Fds:
IntlValAp23.60 +.17+t20.2
Intl~laluel 24.03 +,18 +20.8
LtdMunAp 13.53 +.02 +1.2
ValueAt 34.03 +.01 +11.8
|Thrivent Fds A:
Highnid 5.06 43.6
Income 8.61 +.02 +1.g
LgCapStocke26.98 -,24 +t6.g
IMidCapStke 17.28 -1.69 +19.0
MunlBd 11.35 +.02 +3.0
Torray Funds:
Fund 39.64 +.06 +t3.6
TA IDEXA:
|Fed~xEXAp ... 0.0
JanGrowp 26.39 -.02 +11.2
GrCoGlobp 28.05 +.12 +7.7
TrConHYBp 9.01 +.01 +2.4
TAFlexinco p 9.39 +.03 +1.5
TA IDE C:
AsAIModGrtx11.99 -.40 +8.4
Turner Funds:
MidcpGwth 27.79 +.23 +14.6
SmlCpGrwth25.87 +.22 48.5
Tweedy Browne:
Global 26.70 +21 +15.9
UBSFunds -0 Ns


U Su ds IC


LC r~qqtynxl6dss +.01 +7.6
LCGEqPnx 21.03 -.64 +12.5
UMB Scout Funds:
World 28.30 +.16 +21.4
US Global Investors:
AllAme 26.64 -.19 +14.8
EstnEurope 39.40 -3.09 +46.5
GlbRsenx 14.27 -1.20 +53.0
GldShrx 10.28 +.31 +30.3
USChina x 7.58 -.03 +19.3
WidPrcMinnx19.41-.42 +29.6
USAA Group:
AgsvGthn 31.90 +.17 +9.3
CABdn-11.11+*02 *3.6
ComstStr n 26.24 + 10 t6 5
GNMA 9.60 +.03 +2.8







GTxEShrn 10.62 t.0. +1.7
VAthd 11.60 +.03 +2.g
Widlnrn 18.02 +04 +9.4
Levge thn n 2.77 -5.82 +13.1
Vancampe ndA 122 .5 t.
CATFdp 18.73 +.03 +3.1
CstBplx 18.03 +.0 6 +58




HarbA p 14.7 59 +03 +1 6
HihlTidA 3.52 -01 +10
HY ~Ap~to3 +.03 +7 .
MuEInlp 14.63 +.03 +34
PTFELp 17.35 +.03 +3.7
Pace~hnAp 10.77 .+.01 +18.4
USAige 13.68 +.03 +2.6
Utlityrp 18.99 -.304 +6.0

Van Kamp Funds B:
Cmst~t 18.04 +.06 +s.o
EmGr~t 36.09 +.15 +9.1
Enterpt 12.21 +.02 +8.7
Eq~lnc~t 8.762+.02 482

Grinc~t 20.69t0 +O +10S





m n~lA 35 .1: t.


Energyn 106.20 +,203 +464
EqincAdm 48.42 +.01 +6.1
Euronpdi 614.3 -1.85 +10,8
ExFpl~m TI.20 +.74 +12.1
aExntdAdn 34.74 -.015 +12.9
FLLTeAdm11.66 +.03 +2.5
GNMAitdmn 10.30 .303 +36.5

GrtCmslnx28.04 -0~.07 16

HiYldmpn 6.216 *... +.7
HiYdldnc10 .7 +.03 +4.3
IrncsLTdn20.64 +.03 +30.4
IT~Bon1m 10.37 +.04 +1.9
1Tsyodlon 10.99 +.04 +2.3
IAFntlrdl 69.35 +.68 +17.7
ITdlr~nl 13.31 +.02 +2.2
ITCO1dmi 93.7 +.03 +2.1
Ltdirld 10.71 +.01 +15.2
LTormmlk 8.051 +.106 5.4
LTqdln~ 11.29 +.03 +3.1
MsspAdmlnx 8.95 *.38 +16.4
MorgAdml 55.80 +.26 +1.9
NJLTAdmn 11.987+.03 +2.8
NYLTAdm 11.32 +.03 +2.7
CPaciAdmix 74.54 +.76 +27.3
PALTcAdml n 1.37 +.03 +2.7
REITAdmlix 85.47 -1.98 +14.3


Name NAV chg 1 .n
STsryAddl 10.34 +.01 +1 9
STBdAdmln 9.93 +.01 +1.4
Sht~rmAdml15.53 ... +1.7
STFedAdm 10.28 ... +1.7
STIGrAdm 10.52 +.01 +2.4
SmlCapAdminx28.98 -.16 +9.8
TxMCapr 61.62 +.11 +9.5
TxMGrinct 57.01 +.09 +6.8
Ttl8dAdmln10.06 +.03 +2.4
TotStkAdmnx30.47 -.08 +8.1
USGroAdm n 47.45 -.16 +13.9
ValueAdminx22.5B -.09 +8.6
WlslAdm n51.28 +.11 +4.1
Wsln d 55.07 +,21 +8.2
WindsorAdm n58.61 +.45 +7.4
WdstllAdm 56.32+t.35 +8.8
Vanguard Fds:
AssetAn 25.74 +.04 +6.9
CAITn 10.98+~.01 +1.7
CALTn 11.70+t.03 +3.7
Cap~ppnx 33.35 -.02 +10.2
Convtn 14.06 +.11 +7.9
DividendGrol2.60 +.02 +5.8
Energy 56.55+t.10+ 46.4
Eqlncn 23.10 +.01 +5.9
Explorern 82.80+t.79+t11.9
FLLTn 11.66 +.03 +2.4
GNMA n 10.30 +.03 +3.4
GlobEqn 19.64 +.17 +13.8
Grolncn 32.70 +.12 +7.7
GrowthEqx 10.60 +.03+t10.3
HYCorpn 6.16 ... +2.6
HlthCaren 141.54 +2.33 +18.3
InllaPro n12.46 +.06 +2.3
Intlaxplrn 17.83+t.10+*22.2
IntlGr 21 Ti +.22 +17.4
Intivaln as.04 +.34 +20.2
ITIGrade 039 t20
LIFEConn 15.77 +.05 +5.5
LIFEGron 21.51 +.07 +8.6
LIFElnon 13.71 +.04 +3.8
LIFEModn 18.92 +.06 +7.1
LTnGraden 9.51 +.10 +E2
LT~slyn 11.64+~.12 +6.6
Morgann 18.00 +.oo +11.7
MuHYn 10.78+t.03 +4.2
MulnsLgn 12.64 +.03 +3.3
Mulntn 13.31 +.02 +2.1
MuLtdn 10.71 +.01 +1.1
MuLongn 11.29 +.03 +3.0
MuShrt n 15.53 ... +1.6
NJLTn 11.87 +.03 +.7
NYL~n 11.32 +.03 +2.6
OHLTTxEn 12.04 +.03 +2.6
PALTn 11.37 +.03 +2.7
PrecMtisMin r23.85 +.48 +45.8
PrmCpCorernl1.61 +.05 +13.9
Prmcprx 66.13 -1.92 +10.5
SelValur 18.96 +.08 +12.4
STARn 20.09 +.12 +8.8
STIGrade 10.52 +.01 +2.3
STFedn 11).26 ... +1.7
STTs yn 10.34 +.01 +1.7
StratEqn 22.27 +.16 +12.5
Tgt~el2015 11.79 +.05 +5.9
TgtRet2025 12.10~ +.04 +6.6
TgtRel2035 12.60 +.04 +7.9
TxMCAp nr 30.60 +.06 +9.5
TxMGlr 27.74 +.04 +6.7
Tax igdntlm l79 r08 1.



US8 un a36 .1 t.


Wndslln` 31.73 +.20 +8.7
Vanguard Idx Fds:
500n 117.38 +.18 +6.6
Ballanced n 20.16 +.06 5.9
DevMktn 10.49 +.07 +15.8
EMki nx 19.06 +.16 t35.1
Europenx 27.86 -.77 +10.7
Extendnx 34.73 -.11 +12.7
Growth nx 28.04 -06 +7.5
ITBondn 10.37+r.04 +1.9
LgCapidxnx 22.73 -06 +7.5
LTBond n 11.83 + 13 +5.5
MidCapx.17.84 -08+*16.3
Pacific nx 11.39 + 13 +27 2
RETTrx 20.03 ,46 +14.2
Smanx 28.98 13 +9 7







Gmwthnstix 2.8.0 -.07 +7.7
Inf~otnstn 9.97 +.05 +2.4
Instndxn 11.64 +.18 +6.8
IolnsPn 116.462 .13 +67.9
Tod~didx n 0 83 +.16 +7.5
IntTtlusnx 272.5 -.03 +825
MidapgadInstin18 -.09 +16
Pacinstinx 214 +.11 +273




DEqty sno 04 x 8 07 +7 7
Gurowthlnx 883 +0-1 +68.
Lwtlncx 147 805 +2.
GMPTradlwth23.09 +.07 +7.6
Dv~mlstkA 1.7.1 +.06 +11.0
W lardInst:dn H.5 .8 t.
Ini~lnt 18.06 +.218 +24.




Eqtyincnp 20.4 .02 1 +11.1
~Balance 13886 +.04 +6.5
Bdalencedtln 13.83 +04 +.6







WeiaepitzFu ds: .:


Eiyndex, 50.8 -.68 +667.

ToRIngd 12.17 +.03 +2.4
AseTAdnllhx230.2 -.03 +764
Wellsr Faro dv :
GovSecn 10.148 .03 +21.3
Growmthv 218.SS +.21 +124.


EqyO~ptntinn4.35 +.08 +91.1

SBapVMcBp30.31 ~.. +15.4

UlStany~ 169.1 t... +3.5
Wadells&argodAdmi:


WseAsse t: .1 .2 2.
Core~lus 10.43 +.01 +20.4
Corhle 11.30 +.03 +2.1
Seecpt~pl 26.81-.03+*10.6

aGurowth 11.53 +.06 +12.3
intlGrthN 25.16 +.29 +234
Yacktma Funds:
udpata 123.3 +.06 -0.1


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
DivGlhA 33.57 +.01 +6.8
E qlyWldAp 39.14 +OB0 +9.7
GlobDivAx 14.52 -14 +7s
USGV1A 9.09 +.03 +3.5
Morgan Stanley B.
AmpB +66 t0 1.

GlbDiv Bx 14.69 -.13 +7.5
GrowlhB 14.23+~.01+t17.5
StratB 19.05 +t.05 +8.4
nSd Stn.1 OD .04 +3.5
TaxxD 11P69 +.04 +3.5
Mo gnStaney Int"
EmMktnx 25.21 +t.OB +37.1

G alqAnx79 1.8 C
IntlSmCpAnx 24.01 -3.67 +14.9
IntlEq nx 20.40 -2.07 48.1 -
IntlEqBnpx 20.25 -2.02 +7.8
Ltd~urPlnx 10.27 -.04 +1.9
MCapGrn 25.24 +.07 +21.1
MCGrAdvp 24.52+t.07+t20.8
SmCGrBape f2.49 -1.40 +15.8
SmlCoGrAne 13.0B -1.40+t16.1
USLgCpGrAx19.91 +.01 +18.6
USRedlnx 23.52 -2.79 +19.3
ValueAdynx 17.31 -1.38 +6.4
Mhe kpun 6.2A +.44 +10.4
InternetA 21.17 -.14 +13.1
Mutual Series
BeaconZx 15.59 -1.69 +10.5
udxsZx 262 14 1.
SharesZ x 24.01 -1 35 +11 3
Natiberer&LBerminv*
Focusn 32.96 +.19 +2.7
Gnoss 34.5 t1 l.

Guardnn 18.02 +.03 +10.6
Intlr 21.58 +.05 +25.0

Ne brger&Be Tr-.2 +97
Genesisn 49.32 +.25 +18.7
Nicholas Applegate:
EngGrol 11.75 +.11 +15.3
Nicholas Group:
Highlnclx 2.10 -.04 +1.9
Niho n 015:4-.02 +7.2

entl Fun39 +.01 t.



Itrqnrx. 11.66 +.01 +1NS
LrgCapValx i2.80 -1.25 +4.7
SmlCapidx nx 10.72 -13 +6.6
Technlynx 11.86 -.05 +1.3
Nuveen CI A:
HYldMuBdp 22.01 +.09 +7.9
Nuveen CI R:
InMunR 10.79 +.04 +3.1
IntmDurMuBd 8.99 +.02 +3.0
Oak Assoc Fds:
Whit0akSIGrn32.89 -.02 -27
Oakmnark FundsI:
Eqtylnc r 25.16 +.05 +9.8
Globallr 23.53 -.14+t14.9
Inl Ir 22.56 -.09 +15.9
$IntSmCpr 19.81 +.05 +22.2
Oakmark r 413 .2 t








Chencdp 933.2 ... +2.6

Disch(d p 44.64 +210 43.5
EqityA 10.67 +025 +10.5
Globalp 67l.11 +47 +15.5

Gibl~eppA 37.08 +681 +19.1

Appende A
AIFntlA pp.1 5 .02 +4


CMunit~Ap 20 94 +.15 +12 3
MlCapApp 18.66 +.12 +142
Mupncp 12.8 0.4 3

StrincAp 4.21 -.01 +4.1
USeviMp 96.56 +.03 +23.4

ValuelAp 23.63 +.47 +8.3
GbOppenemeB 370 t6 l
AMwThr~u 10.06 +,03 +61.8

Capl~App~ 40.1 -.09 +5.8
Ch~nc~t 9.32 ... +1.9
EquityB 10.24 +.02 +69.5

MnIdA 371 +.07 7.






elmep 1.6 h:1 c42

RoNMunit 12.25 +.07 +9.1
RoauAsp 18.23 +065 +81.7
ROMuB 18.22.4 +05 +71.8
SRlc~i~A 12.27 +.07 +.100

OppenhelmerY:

CapApprec 44,63 -.09 +7.1

ShtnmBdp 0.00 ... +2.3
ToutyeBd 10.51 +.03 +2,6

AIldBsst 13.19 +.09 +6.6
CmmotdRR 16.88 t.11 +18.8
Divrlnct 11.05 +.03 +35.8

mMktsIdC 11,12 +.08+11.6

FrgBdand 10.00 -.08 -8.1


Frgndn~ 10.39 +.01 +5.0
HidYCdn 9.71 ... +4.6
LTNIUSC 11.01 +.11 +5.0

Real~eins 11.08 +.06 +2.3
Tot~et 10.51 +.03 +2.8
TRcIInU 92.9 +.02 +0.0


ToAII~dn 90.2 +.03 +2.6
PIMCO undsAlM:
AlI Asset 13.11 +.08 +5.8
CommodRRpl6.77 -.12 +18.1


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Name NAV chg %rtn
MidCapVpe 21.91 -1.41 +-9.7
LortlAbbett C:
Al fildCpx 14.26+~.07 +4.3
Bdd~bCp 7.81 +.01 +1.0
Lord~a V~s84 -1.41 +9.8
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Lord AbbettY:
AffYx 14.26+t.06 +5.4
S ns~lp 22.63 -1.59 +10.8
MITAp 1 .73 +.11 s9.o
MIGAp 13.04+t.04 t6.2
BondAp 12.70 +.03 +1.8
Cap~pp 13.71 +.07 +3.2
EmSGrAp 35 15 *05 +1 .
GrOpAp 9.07 +.02 +3.2
HiincA p 3 80 ... +2.3
IntNwDAp 23.72 +21 +21.0
MCapAp 9.31 +.02 +5.1
MuBdA 10.57 +.01 43.1
MuHIA 8.41+t.02 +6.6
MuFLAp 10.12 +.02 +3.9
ResBondAI10.13+~.03 +2.1
AschAp 21.97 +.07 +9.6
ResichlntlAp 16.87 +10 +181 1
TotRAp 15.51. +04 +4.3


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MAITB 18.29 +.1 ~8.4
EmGrBt 32.38 +.04 +10.2

M BcBt 85 15
HllnB t 3.81 ... +1.7
MulnBt 8.59 +.01 +t3.1
TotRB1 151 +.04 +3.7
MFS Funds C'1 + 6:
TotRICt 15.57 +.04 +3.6
ValueCp 23.28 +.OS +6.8
MFS Funds I
RelnTI 17.25 +.11 +18.5
Valuel 23.52 +.04 +7.9
MFS Funds Instl: -
IntlEqty 17.92 +.08 +14.5
MainStay Funds A:
HiYldBdA 6.29 +.02 t3.5
MalinStay Fumds B: 1 +.5

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TolRIBt 19.02 +.05 +6.7
MainStay Funds I.
S&P5001dxx 29.22 -.41 +t6.5
Mars & Power:
Growthn 74.15 +.30 +6.5
Managers Funds:
FremontBdnl0.3B +.03 +2.9
SpelEq 95.36 +.35 +6.3
Marlsco Funds:
Focusp 18.49+~.11+~11.7
Growp 19,15 +.11 +8.6
MassMutual Inst:
Core~dS 11..19+t.04 +2.3
Master Select:
Equity 15.52 -.03 +7.7
Intl 17.80 +.16 +25 B







MerrileyncAsa:
BAcapn~px 25.78 -.875 +56.0
Bas~ialrp 318.6 +.1 2 +.4


BNJ~unlde 10.61 +.03 +5.3
S&P500p 15.51 +.02 463.2

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FouValue t 1274 +.09 +59



GlhIAIB 16668 +.10 +11.0
Health~t 5.03 +.06 +15.2
LatmuoB tx 3.54 +.13 +57.2
Mns8Pte 75.83 -.01 +3.0


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Mor~atlBt 1049 +.02 +3,8
NJM~Bte 10.61 +.04 +4.9
NYuihl~t 10.98 +.02 +34

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Cpl~le 11.74 -.02 +2.0
Eqly~oiv 15.89 +.04 +13.8
NlE~roBt148.43 t.06 +11.5

FouValuelp 1.4.0 +.10 +7l.1
FLMIvt 10.36+.03 +4.9
GIAIIIl 17.03 +.11 +121.1

Mndlnsle 7.84 -.01 +3.8

Mdatil 10.50 +.02 +4.6

S&P500~ 15.54 +.02 +60.5
InValuepl 26.26 +.13 +12.2

Ut~elTm 312.07 -.16 +15.5
WBd~inc 5. 10 -.03 -2.6
ToalnetBnd 91.56 +.01 +3.5

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Exp, Open High Low Settle Chq
Jul 06 354.8 354.8 352.4 353.0 -1.8

Es.sales 839. Thusizes sales 884
Thu912as open int. 5,427, +162
NATURAL GAS (NYMX)
10,000mm btu%2s,$ per mm btu
Jan 06 12.895 12.895 11.960 12.283 -.640
Feb06 13.050 13.050 12.120 12.402 -.618
Mar06 12.940 12.945 12.145 12.417 -.599
Apr 06 10.750 10.815 10.372 10.567 -.299
May 06 10.560 10.570 10.246 10.372 -.234
JunO6 10.588 10.594 10.277 10.404 -.232
Jul06 10.620 10.636 10.310 10.449 -.227
Est. sales .... Thu~ass sales 75,017
Thu%2es openintS564.061,+t3,987
UNLEADEDGASOLINE(NYMX)
42,000 gal, cents per gal
JanO6 154.00 155.50 152.00 155.05 +.99
Feb06 157.30 158.10 154.80 157.86 +.58
Mar06 160.73 161.50 159.00 161.48 +.53
Apr06 169.58 170.50 167.65 170.06 +.48
May 06 171.65 172.50 169.60 171.96 +.53
Jun OS 172.32 173.31 171.50 173.31 +.53
Jul06 17225 174.01 172.25 174.01 +.53
Est. sales.... Thu912ss sales 3459353
TuA7Nsopen tn. 1NY04 -.1
42,000gal, centsper gal
JanO6 174.00 174.29 170.00 170.53 -3.47
Feb06 175.72 175.91 172.10 172.48 -3.16
Mar 06 176.59 176.59 172.75 173.63 -2.81
Apr 06 173.78 173.78 170.50 171.18 -2.58
May 06 170.14 170.14 166.80 167.98 -2.21
Jun 06 169.14 169.14 187.00 167.03 -2.16
Jul 06 169.94 169.94 187.83 167.83 -2.11
Est, sales ... Thu2ems sale 43,772

13H TSWE C UE (NMX)
1,000 bbl.- dollars per bbl.
Feb 06 58 26 58.50 57.65 58.43 +.15
Mar06 58.88 59.05 58.25 59.00 +.14
Apr 06 59 40 59.43 58.70 59.43 +.13
May 06 59 70 59.79 59.00 59.79 +.13
JunO6 59.98 60.10 59.51 60.10 +.12
Jul 06 59 98 60.37 59.83 60.37 +.12


CORN (CBOT)
5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel
Mar 06 212.00 214.00 212.00 214.00 +1.00
May 06 221.00 223.00 221.00 222.00 +1.00
Jul 06 229.00 231.00 229.00 230.00 +1.00
8 p06 237.00 238.00 237.00 238.00 +1.00
Dec06 247.00 249.00 247.00 248.00 +.00
Mar07l 254.00 255.00 254.00 255.00 +.00
May 07 256.00 256.00 256.00 256.00
Est. sales 66,167. Thu912es sales 72.701
Thu912ss open int. 771,474, -2,927
0ATS(CBOT)
5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushes
Mar08 195.00 196.00 190.00 195.00 +1.00
May06 187.00 189.00 186.00 189.00 +1.00
Jul06 180,00 181.00 178.00 181.00 +1.00
Sep 06 172.00 172.00 172.00 172.00 -.00
Dec06 186.00 167.00 168,00 167.00
May07 167.00 167.00 167.00 167.00
Jul07 167.00 167.00 187.00 167.00
Est. sales 306. Thu~mes sales 716
Thuae/vs open int. 9,265, +36
WINTER WHEAT (KCB )
5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel
Mar06 376.00 381.00 375.00 380.00 +4.00
MayO6 368.00 373.00 368.00 372.00 +3.00
Jul06 365.00 371.00 365.00 369.00 +4.00
Sep06 371.00 375.00 371.00 375.00 +6.00
Dec06 380.00 386.00 380.00 385.00 +5.900
Mar07l 385.00 385.00 385.00 385.00
Est. sales 8,653. Thue2as sales 9,159
Thu4125s open int. 124,836. +364
COTTON 2 (NYBT)
50,000 lbs.- cents perlb
Mar 06 54.15 54.19 53.22 53.54 -.60
May 06 54.60 54.70 53.78 54.14 50
Jul06 55.60 55.70 54.80 54.95 -.86
Oct 06 55.80 55.80 55.80 55.80 65
Dec 06 57.40 57.40 56.85 58.85 -.65
Mar 07 59.40 59.40 59.40 59.40 -.10
Mayo7 59.60 59.60 59.60 59.60 -.15
Est sales 8,799. Thu412ss sdles 18.797
Thu41aes open Int. 103.125, +848
COCOA (NYBT)
10 melnctons- Sper ton
Mar 06 1475 1475 1459 1463 -15
May06 1490 1495 1481 1485 -13
Jul06 1511 1511 1503 1503 -14
Sep 06 1529 1529 1525 1525 -13


Dec 06 1554 1554 1554 1554 -13
Mar 07 1580 1583 1575 1575 -14
May 07 1597 1597 1597 1597 -13
Est. sales 2,759. Thu9120s sales 5.072
Thu92s~ open int. 127,719, +3,822
SUGAR-WORLD11(NYBT)
112,000 lbs.- cents per Ib.
Mar06 14.85 14.89 14.62 14.63 +.13
May06 14.92 14.95 14.70 14.71 +.14
Jul 06 14.35 14.35 14.20 14.20 +,13
Ocl 06 14.20 14.20 14.02 .14.05 +.11
Mar07 14.00 14.13 14.00 14.04 +.12
Mayo7 14.00 14.05 13.83 13.92 +.12
Jui07 13.70 13.70 13.61 13.61 +.07
Est. sales 44,169. ThuR12as sales 46,168
Thusm2esopen int.5631,712,+t5,052
CATTLE (CME)
lbs59.-cetser94.95 94.62 94.80 +.02

Feb06 95.50 95.95 95.40 95.72 +.17
Apr 06 93.60 93.97 93.60 93.92 +.12
Jun 06 86.25 86.57 86.25 86.57 +.22
Aug 06 85.60 85.95 85 60 85.77 +.15
Ot 06 88.90 89.00 88 80 88.97 +.17
D6es11,89.0 896 Thu ls58 89.35 +.05
Thuem2ssopen mt. 195,026.-394
FoE DEbRCcITn ICME)
JanOS 11360) 114.37 113.60 114.07 +.47
Mar 06 113.40 113.60 113 20 113.42 +.10
Apr 06 113.00 113.45 112 95 113.15 +.20
May 06 112.35 112 60 112 00 112.55 +.15
Aug 06 112.65 113 25 112 60 113.22 +.40
SepO 06 12.00 112 00 112 00 112.00
Ins2, 1611 hu s0ie1 17.0 111.10 +,10
Thua/o2Bs open int. 31,696, -89
HO S-Lean (CMrf

Fb 06 bs -.35 65.50 65 05 65.25 -.03
Apr 06 67 40 67.50 67 05 67 45 -.05
May 06 69.20 89.80 69 05 69.65 +.20
Jun 06 71.20 71.40 70 90 71.32 +.05
Jul06 68.10 68.15 67.75 68.15 -.02
Au 06 64.90 65.10 64 90 65.10 -.05
Oc1 ls5 650.50hu ares 175 57.77 -.10
Thu ~2ss, open Int. 120 539. +309


Exp. Open High Low SettleChg
GOLD (COMX)
too troy oz.- dollars per troy oz.
Dec 05 502.30 505.70 502.30 503.00 +t.30
Jan 06 503.50 503.50 503.50 503.50 +.20
Feb 06 505.90 508.80 502.20 505.20 +.20
Apr06 510.60 512.90 507.50 509.50 +.20
JunO6 514.90 518.00 511.50 513.80 +.20
Aug06 518.20 518.20 518.20 518.20 +.2
Oct 06 522.60 522.60 522.60 522.60 +.20
Est. sales .... Thu812ss sales 57.587
Thu912es open int. 327.215, +1.642
SILVER (COMX)
5,000troy oz.- cents per troy oz.
Dec05 853.0 856.9 850.0 856.9 +6.7
JanO6 857.9 857.9 857.9 857.9 +6.7
Feb06 861.4 861.4 861.4 861.4 +6.7
Mar 06 855.5 869.5 855.5 864.5 +6.7
May06 866.5 878.0 863.0 870.8 +6.7
Ju106 873.0 880.0 870.0 877.0 +6.7
Sep06 88.0 886.0 882.5 882.5 +6.7
Essales .... ThuB~ass sales 10,993
Thu912es open int. 132.876, -1,083
HI GRADE COPPER (COMX)
25,000 lbs -- cents per Ib.
DecO5 220.35 223.90 220.30 223.05 +2.45
JanOG 211.85 215.95 211.80 215.95 +4.10
Feb06 208.50 210.45 208.50 210.45 +3.35
Mar06 202.55 204.10 202.45 203.95 +1.40
Apr06 201.25 201.25 201.25 201.25 +1.20
May06 197.00 198.00 197.00 197.75 +1.00
Jun 06 195.45 195.45 195.45 195.45 +1.00
Est. sales .... Thu%2ss sales 8,279
Thu912es open Int 102,407, +27
EURO DOLLARS (CME)
$1 million-pts of 100 pet.
Jan 06 95.392 95.395 95.387 95.395 +.005
Feb06 95.295 95.310 95.290 95.310 +.015
Mar 06 95.210 95.240 95.205 95.230 +.020
Apr 06 95.190 95.195 95.190 95.195 +.015
May 06 95.190 95.190 95.190 95 190 +.025
JunOS 95.145 95.185 95.120 95.175 +.030
oSe6 95.150 95.200 95.120 95.190 +.040
Essales 113.838. ThU912ss sales 1,037.374
Thu%2s open int. 8,556,372, +35r,37g
LUMBER(CME)
110,000 bd. itt S per 1,000 bd it
JanO6 357.5 357.5 351.0 354.2 -2.5
Mar 06 367.0 367.0 361.7 363.1 -5.1
May 06 357.9 358.0 353.0 354.3 -3.2


60.61 +.12


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Thu912ss open int. 808,832, -3,619





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:Rain takes a break for Homosassa boat parade


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eThe rain tope dand wath;
Homosassa boat parade enter-
tained all spectators on the
beautiful Homosassa River:
"In 21 years our boat parade
has never been rained out,"
said Kitty Barnes, Chamber
executive director.
This year was no different.
As the last award winner was
announced, a few drops began
to 'fall, signaling the end of
another successful year of
beautifully lit boats.
The Chamber of Commerce
proudly thanks all of the fol-
lowing sponsors who made this
parade possible: Homosassa
Civic Center, MacRae's of
Homosassa, Magic Manatee
Marina, Margarita Grill,
Seagrass Pub and Sheldon
Palmes Insurance.
Thank you to, all Chamber
staff and directors, as well as
volunteers, who made the
parade possible. They were,
Ricky Olpinski, Jacqueline
Cason, John T. Barnes, Kitty
Barnes, Janet Yant, Dick Yant,
.Debi Shields, Jim Shields,
Leanne Hadsell, Duncan
MacRae, Wilma MacRae and
all the workers at Magic
Manatee Marina.
A special thank you goes to
Doreen and Kent Mylin of the
Magic Manatee Marina for all
they do each year.
Thank you to all partici-.
pants. Please know that your
hard work paid off and every-
OH8 enjoyed your efforts.
The winners were:
Commercial, first place -
American Pro Dive; Non-com-


JIM SHIELDS/For the Chronicle
American Pro Diving Center's first-place winning boat featured a
.special guest: the Grinch!


mercial, first place, Ron
Miller; Commercial, second
place, M/acRae's Of
Homosassa; Non-commercial,
second place, Theresa and Lu


place, FDS Disposal; Non-com-
mercial, third place, Peter
Grond; Commercial, fourth
place, Seagrass Pub; and Non-
commercial, fourth place,


JIM SHIELDS/For the Chronicle
Chamber directors Janet Yant and Ricky Olpinski welcome and thank special visitor Santa Claus
for joining the Homosassa Boat Parade. .


Meyer; Commercial, third Mary lyre.


Visit us


OHHROe at ~

ychamber.com


The Inverness parade was recently held
in honor of the Christmas holiday.
Delighting all the spectators with its
lively theme, "A Christmas Carol," this
popular parade is proud of the following


winners: Best Non-commercial En~try -
Spanish American Club, Best Marching
Unit -CubjScout Pack 302, Best Religious
Entry God's Work Ministries, Best
School. Entry Noah's Ark Preschool,


and the Judge's Choice winning entry was
Spanish American Club!
Thanks to all volunteers and, partici-
pants, and as always, thanks to our many
supporting spectators!


By demonstrating compli-
ance with the' Joint Com-
mission on Accreditation of
Healthcare Organization's na-
tional standards for health
care quality and safety,
HOSPICE OF CITRUS
COUNTY has earned the Joint
Commission's Gold Seal of
Approval.
Founded in 1951, the Joint
Commission is dedicated to
continuously improving the
safety and quality of the
nation's health care' through
voluntary accreditation.
Hospice of Citrus Gounty,
which provides Hospice and
grief support services,
received the accreditation
award after the Joint
Commission found that it had
demonstrated compliance with
the Joint Commission's nation-
al standards for home care
organizations. '
The on-site survey occurred
in early December,
"In becoming accredited',
Hospice of Citrus County was
evaluated against a set of
national standards by a Joint
Commission surveyor experi-
enced in the delivery of hos-
pice services," said Maryanne
Popovich, R.N., MIPH., execu-
tive director, Home Care
Accreditation Program, Joint
Commission. "Achieving
accreditation demonstrates
Hospice of Citrus County's
commitment to provide high-
quality and safe care to its
patients."
Anthony J. Palumbo, CEO of
Hospice of Citrus County, said
Joint Commission accredita-
tion shows that "we make a sig-
nificant investment in quality
on a day-to-day basis from the
top down. We seek accredita-
tion for our organization
because we want to be the best,
and we view obtaining Joint
Commission accreditation as
another step toward excel-
lence."
He said accreditation is
attainable only through the
cooperation and communica-
tion among staff members.


not only qualifies the student
for the Florida Boat; Operators
License, but also membership
in America's largest boating
club, the United States Power
Squadrons, and the local unit,
the Crystal River Power
Squadron.
For more information and to
register, call Bill Foster at 563-
2114.
SUNCOAST BUSINESS
MASTE3RS, a division of the
National Exchange Club, is a
group of independent local
companies providing a wide
range of quality goods and
services. We strive to maintain
the highest level of profession-
al integrity and customer satis-
faction.
Suncoast Business Masters
Silent Auction Iundraiser was
held Nov. 16 at Van der Valk
Restaurant at Lakeside
Country Club, to benefit Citrus
County Early Learning
Coalition, which provides pre-
school education for those in
need so that they are not left
behind as they go to school.
Suncoast Business Masters
President Gailen Spinka,
County Commissioner Joyce
Valentino and Marc Wilson,
entertainer, gave away door
prizes for the evening.
The CENTRAL FLORIDA
COMMUNITY COLLEGE
CITRUS COUNTY CAMPUS
will offer a one-day Bob Ross
painting course taught by local
artist Margaret Messina on
Tuesday, Jan. 17.
The Bob Ross painting tech-
nique, made popular on PBS
stations nationwide, allows
beginning and expert students
to complete an entire painting
during one class.
The painting for this class,
"Boat on Beach," features a
tropical scene. The cost of the
course is $40 and includes aill
necessary materials such as
canvas, brushes and paints.
The class will meet at the
CFCC Citrus County Campus,
3800 S. Lecanto Hwy., from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m.
Other courses featuring dif-


ferent paintings will be held in
February and March.
For more information about
this and other painting cours-
es, or to register, please call
SAmy Prodan at 249-1210.
ERA AMLERIC;AN REALTY
& INVESTMENTS is proud to
announce the latest production
levels achieved by several of its
agents in 2005.
C.R. Bandson of the compa-
ny's Homosassa office has
exceeded $11 million in sales
thus far for 2005. Jackie and
Bob Davis of the Inverness
office have~ exceeded $8 mil-
lion in sales, as have Lauretta
and Joe Hajik of the
Homosassa office.' Exceeding
$5 million is Sarah Spencer of
the Inverness office.
Also reaching milestones are
Ken Swihart of the Inverness
office, Bob Westmoreland of
,the Beverly Hills office and
Margie Stalzer of the
Homosassa onfce; they have
each reached $3 million in
sales thus far. Carol Ann
Estrada and Annette Hoey,
both of the Beverly Hills office,
have also reached new marks,
each exceeding $2 million in
sales for 2005.
ERA American Realty is
proud to recognize the achieve-
ments of these fine Real Estate
Professionals.
ERA American Realty and
Investments is also pleased to
welcome Joe Theroux to "The
American Team".
Joe will work as a sales asso-
ciate in the company's
Inverness office.
A resident of Citrus County,
specifically Citrus Hills, for 15
months, Joe recently decided
to team with his wife, Dawn,
who has been with ERA
American for one year.
'ERA American Realty, a Top
10 ERA company nationally,
has served the real estate
needs of Citrus County for 25
years, and invites you to con-
tact Joe Theroux at its
Inverness office at 726-5855 for
help with all your real estate
needs.


Happy
holidays fi~om your
Chamber board,


and

"Everyone here at Hospice of
Citrus County plays a valuable
role in working to meet the
standards. I think it gives them
a feeling of prestige to work in
an accredited organization,"
said Palumbo. "They also
appreciate the~ educational
aspect of thie survey and the
opportunity to interact with the
Joint Commission Team."
The CRYSTAL RIVER
POWER SQUADRON is con-
ducting a one-day boating safe-
ty course called "Boat Smart"
on Saturday, Jan. 21, from 8
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (includes
lunch). Class will be held at the
squadron building at 845 N.E.
Third Ave., Crystal River.
This course is designed to
meet the minimum require-
ments stipulated for procuring
the Florida boat operator's
license for specified individu-
als, such as those younger than
22 who operate a vessel with 10
horsepower and over.
The Boat Smart class is for
skippers and would-be skip-
pers, and is open to adults and
teens. Boat ownership is not
required to attend the course,
This comprehensive eight-
hour class includes such ois
as Coast Guard and Florida
State regulations, equipment
requirements, rules of the
waterway, boat handling, trail-
er handling, basic knots,
marine radio procedures, aids
to navigation and emergency
procedures.
The course is free, but there
is a fee for course materials
and lunch.
Upon successful completion
of the course and final exam,
the student earns the "Boat
Smart Certificate of
Completion". This certificate


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Citrus County Chamber of

Commerce Board of Directors

James Holder ............. ..... ..........AmSouth Bank
President

Kevin Cunningham . . . . . ... .RE/MAX Realty One
President-elect
Janet Yant....,...............................JDP Kennel
Past President

Leanne Hadsell ...... ,. .. . ,.. .Citrus Management Services
Secretary

Carl Flanagan...........,........ .......Nature Coast'Bank
Treasurer

John Barnes .;...: .................... ....J&K Consultants
Richard Bradtmuller . . . .. :. . . Publix Supermarket
Joyce Brancato ... . ..Seven Rivers Regional Medical Center
Pete Burrell ,. . . .. . . .. . ..Citrus County Chronicle
C.L. Calloway .. .. . ... .. .. Withlacoochee River Electric
Jim R.Crosley ,,......,..................Rusaw Homes Inc.
Charles E. Davis ... . .. .. . Charles E. Davis Funeral Home
Kafen Dixon ,. . .. .. . .., .Central Florida State Bank
Dick Dolbow ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .Citrus County School District
Mike Fitzpatrick ................... ...............,Sprint
Jim Harvey ,. . . ...... .Central Florida Community College
Rocky Hensley . .. . .. ..... .SunTrust Bank, Nature Coast
Mike Moberly ~..,.....................Tropical Window Inc.
Gerry Mulligan ,. ..... ,. . ..... .Citrus County Chronicle
Jim Neal ..,........ .. ..............James A. Neal Jr., P.A.
Richard Olpinski .. .. . .. .. . . .. ....Associate Member
Jack Reynolds ,. .. .. .. .. . . ..Homosassa Springs Bank
Frances Roberts . . .. .Best Western Crystal River Resort
Don Sutton ............... .........Associate Member
Don Taylor .. .. . .. . .... .Progress Energy Florida Inc.
Rob Wardlow .. . .. .Williams, McCranie, Wardlow & Cash
Janice Warren ............:....Tax Collector
Rick Welch .. ... . . . . Welch Cabinet & Appliances
Chet White ,. .. . ... . .. .. .... .....Stanley Steemer


Chamber Staff

Kitty Barnes .. . .. ... t ,. . .. . Executive Director
Suzanne Clemente .. .. . .. .. Inverness Office Manager and
Special Events Coordinator
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Crystal River ..........................,,........795-3149
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Special to the Chronicle
Recently, the Citrus County Chamber of Commerce welcomed Paradise Realty & Investments Inc. as a new member with a ribbon-cut-
ting ceremony. Pictured above, from left, front row, are: Rhonda Lestinsky, chamber ambassador; Joanie West, chamber ambassador;
Sue Kamphaus; Leila Wood, GRI, Broker/Realtor; Rhonda Russak; Bonnie Peterson; Debbie Brown; and Nancy Coffey, chamber ambas-
sador. Back row, from left, are: Kevin Russak* Skipper Dickman; John T. Barnes, chamber director; Mike Gudis, chamber ambassador;
Larry Blanken, chamber ambassador; Russell Holiday; Kitty Barnes, chamber executive director; Carl Bertoch, attorney; Donna Hunter;
and Melanie Haag. Paradise Realty is at 7655 W Gulf-to-Lake Hwy. No. 8, in Crystal River. Their dedication to meeting their customers,
needs has gained them the reputation of being Citrus County's "Realtors, with the personal touch." Paradise Realty & Investments Inc.
is a progressive, dynamic company with fresh ideas, helping buyers and sellers achieve their real estate goals. The professionals at
Paradise Realty can service commercial or residential homes and land, as well as investments, and 1031 exchanges. Broker/Realtor
Leila Wood invites you to call them for all of your real estate needs. Their phone number is 795-9335 and their Web site is www.par-
adiserealtyfl.com.


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nu S~I-ELDS/For the Chronicle
To welcome Sam's Club Marketing Brooksville as a new Chamber member, the Citrus County Chamber of Commerce recently held a
ribborwcutting ceremony. Pictured above, front row, from left, are: Joanie West, chamber ambassador; Kelly.Bustrin; Maria Bradley, busi-
ness manager;. Dawn Coffman; Debbie Hamilton; Gerald White; and Donna Wyatt, chamber ambassador. Back row, from left, are: John
T. ~Bames, chamber director; David Ortiz; K~itty Barnes, chamber director; Clyde West; Larry Blanken, chamber ambassador; and John
Porter, chamber ambassador. There has never been a better' time to have your business join Sam's Club. Give your employees a spe-
cial gift this year -- a Sam's Club membership. The Sam's Club marketing representatives are waiting for your call! You can reach them
at .596-137. The Sam's Club Marketing Department is in Brooksville, Fla.



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that interfere with the nervous system. Since this
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the Immune system, chiropractic care can have
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and immune system are the two major adaptive
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maintain homeostasis, or balance, in the body.
Since its inception, chiropractic has stressed
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Lillian Smith -
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Rosann Strawn -
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Joanie West -
Eternal Ascent Society
Donna Wyatt -
JDP Kennel


Reyna Bell -
Associate Member
Larry Blanken -
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Pete Burrell -
Citrus County Chronicle
Nancy Coffey -
Associate Member
Mike Gudis -
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Kandy Kremnentz -
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Special to the Chronicle
Harold Swinton, district manager, customer service and sales, North Florida, visited this area recently to recognize the Lecanto
post office for being one of the top two post offces in the North Florida area. Along with Swinton were Lucious Sumler, North
Florida district manager of marketing, and Ken Brantley, North Florida manager of post office operations. The Lecanto retail
lobby provides stellar performance to ensure that customers are provided consistent quality service. The Lecanto post office
team received a perfect 100 percent in fiscal year 2005, as measured by the national Mystery Shopper. Employees were treat-
ed to a dinner and received certificates and other gifts for their dedication to their jobs. Front, from left, are: Sumler; John
Kaiserian; Debbie Hougrand; Daria Chilton; Tina Smelko; Joleen Carrier; Paula Stracuzza; Pat Barnhart; Dona Riley, Lecanto post
office supervisor, customer service; Jake Scott; Steve Leonard; and Brantley. Back, from left, are: Kevin White; Postmaster
Benny Carter, Lecanto post offce; Dave Noble; John Wohifahrt; Bubba Claytor; and Swinton.


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6D sUNDAY, DECEMBER 25, 2005


BUSINESS


CITnRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONIrCLE


manager. "Tracle brings consider-
tahblecape lence and enthusiasm to
The Citrus County Visitors
Bureau, under the Board of County
Commissioners and at the recom-
mendations of the Tourist
Development Council, works to
market the area's amenities for
tourism development. The office is
adjacent to the Homosassa
Springs Wildlife State Park at 9225
W. Fishbowl Drive. The Web site is,
www.visitcitrus.com; Conti can be
reached at 628-9305 or
Tracie.Conti@visitcitrus.com
Chiropractic doctor
COmpletes course
Dr. Cheryl McFarland at Better
Health Chiropractic in Crystal River
has completed the course
"Nutrition and Natural Medicine" of
the Canadian Memorial
Chiropractic College in Toronto,
Ontario. This course teaches
homeopathy use of herbs and
vitamins for optimum health and
longevity.


By demonstrating compliance
with the Joint Commission on
Accreditation of health care
Organization's national standards
for health care quality and safety,
Hospice of Citrus County has
earned the Joint Commission's
'Gold Seal of Approval.
Founded in 1951, the commis-
sion is dedicated to continuously
improving the safety and quality of
the nation's health care through

vospc aT Ctiru C unty, which
provides hospice and grief support
services, received the accreditation
award after the Joint Commission
found that it had demonstrated
compliance with the commission's
national standards for home care
organizations. The on-site survey
occurred in early December.
Victim rights advocate
attends trammig
Cynthia Holden of The Center
for Victim Rights attended a five-
day training on grant writing in
Clearwater
TGCl (Grantmanship Center) is
the leading source of grant-related
training and information in the
world. TGCl has conducted more
than 4,000 workshops and has
more than one million graduates.
"''tjksigned foir both novice and
thie experienced grantseeker, this
intensive five-day workshop com-
bin~es expert instruction with practi-
cal exercises to take you step by
step through all stages of planning
programs, locating funding
sources, and writing grant propos-
als
Those interested in attending the
workshop here in Citrus County
can contact Holden at 628-6481.
Visitors bunreau
welcomes stb m be
Tracie Conti has joined the staff
of the Citrus County Visitors &
Convention Bureau, filling the posi-
tion of visitor services representa-
tive.
Conti is responsible for the
inquiry correspondence and statis-
tical tracking. She will also be
extremely active in the continued
development of strong partnerships
within the business community,
engaging in promotions and co-
ops, and encouraging local partici-
pation.
Conti brings a strong tourism
background to the bureau, having
earned a bachelor's~degree in m~ar-
keting/tourism from the University
of Southern Mississippi, and hold-
ing relevant professional positions
locally.
She is a southern girl at heart -
although born in the northeast, she
claims Citrus Counity as her true
home.
CoWe ae excitedmt h ve Ms
Craven, Tourism Development


Gloria E. Batten of Inverness, a
Prudential Financial retiree,
received a Prudential CARES
Volunteer Grants Award of $1,000
for Friends of the Community
Centers Inc. to benefit the
Community Centers of Citrus
County.
Batten devoted more than 1,200
hours to assisting in the daily oper-
ation of the community center
including taking telephone calls,
g etng cli ts gvng tours of thed

monitoring the center's activities.
The Community Centers of
Citrus County is focused on
encouraging residents to be an
active member of their community
by providing a friendly atmosphere
where residents can participate in
various activities that capture their
interests and stimulate growth,
"The Prudential CARES
Volunteer Grants program rein-
forces the importance of communi-
ty involvement. We leverage this
program to reward our employees
and retirees for their passion and
commitment to the communities
we serve," said Garbriella Morris,
president of The Prudential
Foundation and vice president of
Community Resources for
Prudential. .

Dr. Muse opens new
Sy9 Cafe OffiCg
Dr. James A. Muse, formerly of
the West Coast Eye Institute in
Lecanto, recently opened Museum
Eyecare in Ocala.
He is now accepting appoint-
ments for new patients and looks
forward to serving his former
Patients at his new office at 5400
S.W. College Road, Suite 106, in

tS o pi gh C r. Caml 623937
for appointment times and direc-
tions.
MallOR joinS team at
Highland Terrace
Highland Terrace Assisted Living
& Memory Care welcomes the
newest member of its team, Ellen
Mallon, executive director,
Mailon has called Citrus County
home for more than 15 years.
SShe has extensive experience in
marketing and management of
health care organizations,
Most recently, she has spent
three years in home health with
local Senior Home Care. She
holds a bachelor's degree from the
State University of New York, and
resides in inverness with her son,
She is looking forward to helping
seniors and families in the Citrus
County community.
Highland Terrace is at 700
Medical Court East, Inverness,

ph st 8he 2b site at www.caravi-
ta.com.


Financial adviser
.scores high on surveyed
Financial adviser Christopher
Nast received high ratings from his
clients in Ameriprise Financial
Services Inc.'s (formerly American
Express Financial Advisors Inc.)
annual client satisfaction survey.
Nast is one of the top 27 percent
of advisers whose clients rated
them highly in areas including
overall satisfaction and financial
knowledge.
More than 2,000 advisers
nationwide participated in this sur-
vey that gives clients an opportuni-
ty to rate their satisfaction with the
service provided by their financial
adviser.
A key measure on the survey is
clients' overall satisfaction with
their adviser, which includes knowl-
edge of financial products and the
economy, providing high-quality
advice and proactively contacting
his clients.
As a certified financial planner,
Nast provides personal advice
based on a written financial plan
and one-on-one relationship with
his client.
He is a senior financial adviser
with the Lecanto office of
Ameriprise Financial Services and
has been with the company since
19. He can be reached at 860-

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The curriculum is designed to
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Bob Cohen atterids
LLC seminar
Bob Cohen of Bottom Line
Bookkeeping & Tax Service Inc.,
attended a Limited Liability Co.
update recently in Orlando-
"Limited Liability Companies are
the entity of choice for many busi-
nesses, ventures and estate plans
due to the LLC's combination of
favorable tax treatment and limited
liability," said Cohen. "Because of
the ever-changing nature of this
alternative form of operation, it is
important that we stay current on
this evolving field," he said.
The seminar, presented by the
National Business Institute,
focused on the special use issues
surrounding limited liability compa-
nies. "Staying informed is another
way we service our clients," Cohen
said.
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in historic downtown Invemess,
111 W. Main St. Call for a free con-
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Hospice earns Resident winls
new accreditation volunteer flt award


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JOBS GALORE!!!
www.AAA
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rescued oet.com

Requested donations
are tax deductible
Pet Adoption
Saturday
January 7 -
9:30 12:30
Barrington Place
Rt. 486 Lecanto

Young C lio mom &
2 kittens 628-4200
Variety of ages and
colors 746-6186
Persian Cream M 2vrs;
Siamese 8y a
declawed '27-9050
Long Furredl Litter
mates ME lyr
586-63t

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




RIO CRYSTAL SEAFOOD
JUMBO SHRIMP 13-15ct
B Cban S ndic
in Town. Open Sundays
(352) 795-3311


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Cars Tul /MtI
Removed |ERE& No title
OK 352-476-4392 Andy
Tax Deductible Receipt
2 Cats 7 & 8 yks. Old
1 ondg hard
Misc. iv. R Fr~niture

or vickaitl ?e e.
To good home.
(352) 795-2900


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COMMUNITY SERVICE
The Path Shelter is
availa ee frops ple
their corpmunity
( 52) 5 7600 or
Leave Message
Free 30+ "Taste of
Home" Cooking Maga
zines. Cookie tins &
fl217lb sk ts



(352) 7965-6773
FREE RE OVALOF


Humassine Society

(352) 3-344-20 o

Donatiou akngs

(5 795-1684

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795-1684
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CAT ADOPTIONS
There will be kitties
ready all days of the

cundy Modaew

Some of the cats are
resce rnodm ebse,
Come see the
TuesdC sthr S trday
at the Manchester
Clinic oh 44 in crysta
River. 2 blocks west of
the Key Center.
Look for the white
building with the paw
prints. We will have a
jol ed ad option with
December l7, 2005

352-563-2370


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563-5966



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Juvenile Offender
correctional center,
a esidhentiaa program
maxlmm mdis ma es

Duete sf Jven l
Academic Teachers
in Math, English ,
Si F.22'Eddsand
A rneic 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



Ridge Dr
Lecanto, FL 34461


HERE WE GROW
AGAIN
Montgomery/Patco
has Job openings
on the following
*poulsrig/ n
Bookkeeping
*Payroll
*Accounts Payable


*Human Rources
*Mechani s
*Welderscs
*And many more.
We are a very strong
company. That has
been around
since 1955.

WPree t nu ae g

*Slck and Vacation
Time
We are looking for
Long Term
Experienced
Professionals
Please send resurie
to: P.O. Box 1069
Coleman, FL 33521
Or fax itto
352-748-6636


Flatbed loads for
local deliveries
in Central FL;

Co. Drivers &
Owner Operators
Wanted
Class A CDL,
Call Mr. Johnson
@ 352'303-2962

REAL ETATE C RER
$I 2 snt 1/ 0/6 1
CITRUS REAL ESTATE
SSCHOOL, 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
Must bebodenable.



33757
Fax (727) 447-2252
Equal Empluo ment


T-hey're -looking For


YOMF BusinOSSII



563-3209

For in for mation About Advertising


ALL POSITIONS

Apply 9:30am-llam
La Luna Italian Rest.
859 U.S. Hwy. 41-S,
Inverness

ALL POSITIONS


HE ESASA
RV RSID RST


$5$ SELL AVON $$$
FREE gift. Earn up to 50%
Your own hrs, be your
own boss. Call Jackie
I/S/R 1-866-405-AVON

SSales Lie. Class
1$2429.Start violo6
CITRUS REAL ESTATE
SSCHOOL, INC.


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
attn: Destiny.
www.Ilfestylestealtors.
com





HEAVY
EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR
Training for Employment
Bulldozers,
Backhoes Loaders,
Dm ~ucks
Graers, Scrap rs
& Excavators
Train in Florida
National
Certification
Financial
Assistance
Job Placement
Assistance
800-38 3-7364
Associated Training Services
ww tsen-schoolsrom


BAKERY .HELP
& PKG & DELIVERY

AEpARL MO NINF ay
before 10am at
211 N. Plne Ave., Iny.

SERVER
RUSTY DUCK
746-6691

Sous Chef &
Receptionist
Exp. req. Vandervalk







Phone Sales Help
Earn $1000 week easy
Mon.-Fri. 35 hrs.week.
Base pay + comm.
Call Nate, 563-0314,
Cell 464-3613


AUGIE'S PRESSURE
Cleaning Quality
Work, Low Prices. FREE
Estimates: 220-2913

Mnite A ndrto Pantil"O
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. Llc./Ins. 422-1956







Richie's Pressure
Cleaning ServiceCUc #
99990001664. Cal
746-7823 for Free Est.




#1 IN HOME REPAIRS,



A HIGHE POWER

Lights, etc '
Lic. #999900022251




Debls &Garges


HAI DLA 6UPS E
I ^":MP~ROM,"PT. SV ICE
STrash, Trees, Brush, 1
Appl. Furn, Const'
SD 6 lsG rges I




Lans gutersN o job




ucp. 8001 ns. & Ref.
(352)974-12472


AFFORDABLE,
DEPENDABLE, I


Ar ,F.reesCBrush ,
SDebris & Garages I
352-697-1126
Mi= 1i==
AII Tractor (k Truck Work,
Deliver/Spread. Clean
Ups, Lot & Tree Clearing
Bush Hog. 302-6955

CITRUS BOBCAT LTD
Bushhog/Debris
4rem v~al Li.30B


Ps tus, Vacn G Ns
Garden Roto Tilling
Lic. & Ins. 352- 303-4679
HAMM'S BI)SHHOG
SERVICE. Pasture
Mowing, lotsacreage.
Licensed & Insured
S(352) 400-5233





Dr Sdein Ces ni
Bodbatn Cork Flurck &
Sod: 352-563-0272







with your Family, not
your lawn. Lic./Ins.


C mlee Lan Seryce
Sod I an Up, Tee
Free est. (352) 628-4258
DOUBLE J STI)MnP
GRINDING, Mowing,
Houling,Cleanup,
Mulch, Dirt. 302-8852
YARD & VACANT LOT
Hauig PM ssre Wsh
JomnHal |a M n.





EML POOLS
Pool cleaning & repair,
Serving Citrus County
32 yrs. Lisc &( Ins.
(352) 637-1904


MAVEN Pool Maint.
NEW LOWER WINTER
RATESI Wkly. chemical
& full service avail. Lic.
(352) 726-1674

STotal Pool Care
S324436Acrylic Decking




Seasoned Oak Fire
Wood, Split, $70, 4x7.


CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


A TREE SURGEON
Uic.&Ilns. Expi'd friendly
seevm Lwse r5 8%-Fr e2
A WHOLE HAULING
& TREE SERVICE
352-697-1421 V/MC/D
www.aliaxidermist.com
a a
AFFORDABLE,
SDEPENDABLE, I
SHAUL~N~G CLEANUPS, I
STralsh, Trees, Brush. I
SAppl. Furn, Const,
~ Debris &Garages I
11 r6 W 12

DeI e/pre Cleann
Bush Hog. 302-6955
REAL TREE SURGEONS


ault orLwrt s



No J oBLg or STmall

haulc ing. 352-2820-33


C~LASSIFIEDS


SUNDAY, DECEMBER 25, 2005 9D


v~11 ....U1Sner.. -Uumn
& Wa~llcovering.AII work
2 full coats.25 yrs. Exp*
Exc. Ref. Lic#001721/ ,
Ins. (352) 795-6533


*.* BW
*No Job~ too Big or too
Small. Housecleaning
to yardwork, anything
In between. Lic#4074
352-257-2096
FLORIDAS BEST CARPET
CLEANING. Holiday
Specelas/ Weekends
(352) 794-4112
HOMES & WINDOWS
Serving Ctrs County
ove352) 46- 3


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


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POOLBOY SERVICES
STotal Pool Care I
SAcrylic Decklng |
n 352-464-3967 w








Unique Effects-Painting
In Bus.. since 2000'
SInterior/Exterior
17210224487
One Call ato Iof AII A


mLt
.Additions/ REMODELING
New construction
Bathrooms/Kitchens
Lic. & Ins. CBC 058484
(352) 344-1620

S AFFORDABLE,m4
DEPENDABLE, I
SHAULIN~G CL:EANUPS
STrash, reesBrush, I
Appl. Furn, Const,
SDebrls & Galrages I
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. Uce. #2713, Insured
Free Esfimartes
,,,a\ r9nr a,;


.C;MUUlvRui: IThC MhIviuC
ON SITE REPAIRS
Software & Hardware
Isliues resolved.
Internet Specialists
(352) 628-6688


24/7 (352) 476-8954








All Phase Construction
Quality painting & re-
3as Faux 6in 3 3 70


& Paitng eLiene &
Insured. 637-3765
FERRARO'S
PAINTING SERVICE
Interior. Exterior
Free Estimates
(3e5 r4 -61
George Swedlige
Pre sre Celig ree
est. 794-0400 /628-2245




LADY PAINTER
Interior & Exterior
Wallpapering (352)
220-6336 or 563-9989


Ryes uf EadeymaknAI
Wo5kc 2781417




A dillo s/ RE O EtLNG



LINGS PLUS
Trim & Rinish
Contatr 3 2ns.


RO ERS Iontr~ution
Additions, remodels'
newehoas Mst home
CRCl326872




Screen rms,Carports,
vinyl a(cerylle win sws,
Uc#2708 (352) 28-0562



Ev~ery Day


Classified


Affordable Boat Maint.




slde serylce. Morrill
Marine (352) 628-3331




ATLYUR 0OM 3 s
Bob, 352-220-4244


FgrgIf
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.

We WilFx119 yrs xp
al dor waer pobes
www.yuckywater.com
464-1170/866-314-9825


















ALAN NUSSO


Rea jR ate Sa es
(352) 422-6956




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


LINOS PLUM

Lic/Ins.
99990003893


REPIRBS, Wlc iling
s ra ss 7n/Et Pntng





Al Ta tor &eTuc CWek,

Ups Lt & Tre3 6le r ng

BUHHO GINrve Ro
Call Sam Johnson
(352) 628-4743.

CITRUS BOBCAT LTD

464-2701/563-104
D&C TRUCK &TRACTOR



&GAll spets Fill Dirt,

Rock. Mulch, etc.
Uic. Ins. (352) 341-0747


All kinds of fences
JAMES LYNCH FENCE
Free estimates.
(352) 527-3431
A STAR COMPANY
Go Owens Fencing,

ABSOLUTELY BEST PRICES
Free Etiemsares A ps


Free estCLic # 28336
(352) 628-1190
813-763-3856 Cell






cccl1325492
795-7003/800-233-5358




Benny Dve's Concrete
Concrete Work
A tpsl Lc2 Isur~e
BIANCHI CONCRETE '
Driveway-Patio- Walks.
Concrete Specialists
Lic#27 /I sE 746-lK004

SIDEWALKS, patios
dr veway sa. Fre~e
Ins. 795-4798.


RPOO RAP SEAWALLS &


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


1:3i35 ggy 9 24) ~~.
HOME REPAIR, You
need it done, we'll do it.
30 yrs. exp. Lc., Ins.
#73490256935, 489-9051
NATURE COAST HOME
REPAIRS &MAINT. INC.
Offering a full range of
serylces. Llc.025761 5/Ins.
(352) 628-4282 Visa/MC

tNye Jo o ir to

in b3 -ee3 LI #64074
Richie's Pressure
Cleaning Service Llc #
749678020301foFree Et.




All electrical work.
Uc & Ins ER13013233




AHl of Citrus Hauling/
Moving iterns de ivered
from A t Z 628-6790
a mmmmmm y
AFFORDABLE,
HA DPN DALA P, I



SD brs Grges I



(352) 560-7139
ON SIGHT CLEANUP
M.H. demolition, struc-
ture fire & Const. debris
cleanup (352) 634-0329


dUO nUP OLtu
Denry.228 5595





That makes a
difference. Will care
for elderly person in my
home or yours 24 hr
care. Louisa 613-3281


Only the Citrus County Chronicle can give you all these benefits
* Your person-to-person ad will reach the largest audience
* Your ad goes on hie to the largest database of homes for sale
* Change the price of your home as often as.you like
* Our Real Estate Classifeds are categorized for ease of readership
* Your ads consists of the make and 6 lines of description for $49.50
* Your ad will be scheduled thirty days and appear in the Citrus County
Chronicle and anine each ad every day.


WHT' MISI


352-628-7519






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


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

Exc work Honest, relia-
ble, good prices. Ins/lc
#73490255092, 860-0085


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PAUL'S TREE &
SCRAIN SERVICE I
SServing AII Areas. I
Trees Topped,.
STr mmed. r
SFREE SUMATES.
SLlcensed & insured. I
(352)458-1014
Lin mi
R WRIGHT TREE SERVICE,
tiee removal, stump
grind. trim, ins.& Uc
#0256879 352-341-6827
STUMP GRINDING
Lic. & Ins. Free Est
'Billy (BJ) McLa~ughlin
352-212-6067
STUMPS FOR LE$$
"Quote so hea you
wo'"" belee"


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DireCt ifrm ManufaClufrf



Tri-County Melals, LLC
(Located Behind the Dollar General Trenton, Florida)

Building Packages

Many colors in stock

All Accessories

CUt 10 I.Ongtil

Delivery Available

State Of Florida Approved

fof faSt quotes call:

(352) 463-8400 or


)(800) 823 ^ ^^ "
www.tri'countymetals.com


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FRAMER & HELPER
For Inverness Area.
(352) 418-2014
Mechanic Wanted
Must beaexperie ced in

C ysta R r 795 7170,

Plywood SheeterS
&( Laborers
Needed In Dunnellon
area. (352) 266-6940

PROFESSIONAL ~
DRIVERS
WANTED


cla r L vu oceva s
attitude, hard,
working, dependable
& have knowledge
of Citrus County-


Residential
Front-End Loader
Operator
Must have 2 yrs, exp.
Call (5)2596-5 00 or

Residential Grading
Tractor Operator
Must, have 2 yrs, exp.
(352) 596-6500 of
(352) 279-5201
ROOF REPAIR
PERSON WANTED
Mln 5 yrs exo



SERVICE
ELECTRICIAN/
TROUBLESHOOTER
Motivated self starter



Apply In persori
S&S ELECTRIC
2692 W. Dunnellon Rd*
CR-(488) Dunnellon
352-746-6825
EOE/DFWP




a e 1 C~6

Truck Driver/
Handyman
20 hrs. week
Heavy Lifting
Excellent people skills
requlted
Begin a rewarding
career. with us by
-callig ea lngeor


Jill Thacher
Telephone:
352.527.2020
Fax: 352.527.9366
Email:


Mail no alsme and
Hospice of
Betrs Coin a
Apply on-line at
hosolceofcitrus
countv~ractl

dfw/eoe
TRUCK DRIVERS
Clean Class A CDL
driver~needed. Local
dumptruck work. Top
pay, (352) 341-0747




BUDDY'S HOME
FURNISHINGS



Accon ra ge
cl n Clas Ih lisee.
'Good people skills.
(352) 344-0050 or
Apply in person of
15@4N. Hwy 41,
Invemness.
EOE OFWP
CDL-DRIVER

class A, B or C w/
e dr emnt.
Nur n2 wexp hpful
Apply at.
Barren ton Place
2341 W. Nonrell Bryant
Lecanto, FI

CONSTRUCTION
LABORERS
WANTED

No exp. necessary
Must be18 or over,
Transportation
preferred. Call for
interview, 860-2055

COOK

F/T er bequierd
packagel
Call Job Line at
352-291-7007.
Apply In person at
TimberRidge
Nursing & Rehab
9848 SW 110~th St.
Ocala
EOE /DFWP
Customer Service


RPR E ET TVE

NOW HIRING





Excellent Benefits
include Medical,
Empoe Rat Pan,
401 (K), Pald Time off,
modern facility
and more!

If you're ready to
share your greatness,
to pre ocen fo an
appointment or
apply at any
One Stop Workforce
location,

Sing g au*_
EOE


F~i~lR;"~~


HP PAVILION 533C
Pentium 4, 2.4 GHZ,
512MB, DDR, SD Ram,
60GB HD, CD-RW, DVD -
W nos XP. 06 clor
(352) 527-9245
SONY H ERYAM

8mm, steady shot
video 8, $250.

sON vA Diial
Studio PC, Pentium 4,
1.3 GHZ. 128MB, RD
RAM, 40GB Ultra HD
EathneW, V90 Mo~dem
Windows XP, 15" flat
paneldisplay, $350/
obo (352) 527-9245




1 Man's Lazy Boy Chalr
White Leather. 125, 1
Brown leather vibrating
chair. $150,
(352) 621-7773
2 Twin Beds, mattress
bo srlng & f e
d ube dresser,rnie}
stand, $350
(352) 726-2261
4 New Kit hn chalfe
Ta *, $612001 8o aII

6 Piece Sectional
Neutral color great
cond. $300. 6bo
Day bed white metal
frame Ilke new $50.
(352) 795-0279
42x60 GI.ASSTOP
4 u hI tr~edA Echirs,
exc len t7%n~d.,375

5FT GLASSTOP DINING
TABLE, 6 mauve
upholstered chairs,
like new, $500 obo
(352) 628-4224














ALAN NUSSO
.BROKER

Real E tate ales
Exit Realty Leaders
(352) 422-6956
BED: $170, New Qu en
NoFipped PilTp
Set. 5 yrs warr. Klng Set



See onTV0r tar.
Never Used. Retail
Cost $1459. Can Deliver
352-398-7202
BEDS BEDS BEDS
Beautiful fact closeouts.
Nat. Advertised Brands
50% off local Sale
Prices.Twlo $78 Double
$98Quee n2$ 359- g

c afmatic Bed,

476-9760 ce
Dining Table :.
Ile re.,. 40 60t laf
18", 6 Challs $400.
(352) 465-1384
TDr xel ininea Sie
chairs, Ilghted china
cab., buffet server.
$800.
(352) 382-1731
* ** *
MERRY
CHRISTMAS
FROM:
THE DUDLEY
AUCTION

See you'J n. 8
8 III O9 OO 9
FURNITURE
Bamboo couch, chair,
coffee table,end table.
$15.0.00
Call 637--5331
LA-Z-BOY SOFA
with recliners & recliner
chalr, blue, excellent.
$275 (352) 726-4109
Fr (5 42- 60E
New Inventory dally
Store Full of Bargains
Tues-Frl 9-5 Sat 9-1
Homosassa 628-2306
Pr bOwe IFumniture
HNU2 U FUR IlTU E
Preowned Mattress Sets
frorn Twin $30; Full $40
On $50; KgI $75,
628-0800
Queen Size Box Springs,
Serta, new, $75.
(352) 527-2292

Sn and coe tabse
w/ storage space, $500
Dining Room Table
h/ eaf & uposteed
(352) 7626
SOFA, Light blue, mint
& white, large cushions,
$100 obo
(352) 860-0104
Table & 4 chairs, 2 end
table, 2 lamps, 1
recliner chair, $180
OBO for all.
(352) 628-7983
The Path's Graduates,
Single Mothers,


sofa & end table, mint
con. o et sers. $6





FREE REMOVAL OF
Mowers, motorcycles.
Cars. ATV's, jet ski's,
3 wheelers. 628-2084
Wheel Horse3 Rding
Wisconsin Robin, side
shf motor $0




Sta horn Plant
6f. di meter,
(352) 564-0788


DAIRY HELP

Ex'p. mlker/feeder in
Leca t~o Cal SL on

DELI CLERK
F l-timem &art-time

Busy Workplace
Apply between
2-4 mar MoDSat,
3927 N. Leconto Hwy.
Beverly HIIls, FL
(352) 746-3354

De very Driver

For Ocala, CLW, Tampa

251 a Dunlo R

DIETARY
POSITIONS
AVAILABLE
Must be able to work
flexible hours, am, pm
shifts, some cooking
exp. helpful but will
traln right person.
Only hard working
serious- minded
persons n eclapply,

Ccyas Cen e
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

of th iru Cut
care de i ee
an assig ed
geographicdl area.
These responsibilities
include recruitment,
orientation and
maintenance of all
Independent Delivery
Agents. Exceptional
o stom r se vi e
managerial skills
required. Excellent
opportunity for
,"'inage entn
excellent benefits
package,
Please Apply at the
Citrus County
Chronicle
1624 N. Meadowerest
Blvd. Crystal River,

Qualiflend Ap~picdants
screen ng

FARM WORK

In echag for Small
mbilane oe No
smoking. (352m 628-On 56
surialpccyahocaahonoss


PREULL HEMPEER



The Citrus County
Chronicle
isa crrnly @cce l@ g
time night shift press
helper. No
expe ien e
Innlue shae Ing wih
the et u f o 16
unit osupComorunity
press, stacking
newspapers and
general clean up '
Apply in person
Citrus County
Chronicle
1624N Me d Screst

Fax: 352-563-5665
EOE-Drug Screening
Sfor finarl applicant

HOUSEKEEPER

Experience required,
Multi function Job.
Energetic, organized
&c caring Individual w/
g od csoer
30 hrs a week.

Apply at:
2341 n.N rvell erant
Lecanto, FI



























EOB NAOEE


LAMDUNCRAONG

is seeking xp d



Night Security
Full Time. Must be
dependable. DFWP
Call(352) 628-4656

OFFICE ASSISTANT
For Home Builder

Must be take charge
individual- 40 hour
work week.
Construction
experience helpful.
Organizational &
Customer Service
skls a mu~ste
352-637-4141


PIANO, SPINET
Mahogany
$500/obo
(352) 628-7426
Wlnoud C noe Pino,
w/ mat hIn bench,
(352) 637-1900




nowflex ultimate w/ le
attachment, like neeg
1 yr. old, $1,350.
(352) 628-7729
CroSS BOW
Ilke new,
$250.
(352) 382-1907




3 Wheel Bicycle
$35,
3 Wheel Bicycle
Miaml Sun, $115,
(352) 521-3153
Air Hockey Table
60 x 0" ooqd cond.
(352) 795-5444
BICYCLES
Schwlnn, 3-speed
coadte bke. H 8
LI 2-.919.ea. -

Gas powered
Gol C art
$800.
(352) 341-6295
476-3681
GOLF CART
199 rl realr, 48VfuFI
cover ~u ket0 $2,000.

KAYAK
TARPON, 160, RED, 2
FISHING POLE HOLDERS,
PADDLE, PLENTY OF DRY
STORAGE PLACE, $700.
(352) 628-9833



Metal Defector, Fisher,
CZ-20, new w/ bag,
Lan water, many
exras, $550.
(352) 527-2292
POOL TABLE
3-piece 1" slate, Robert-
-son 4x8 needs assembled
$1000. abo inverness


Gorgeous, 8', 1" Slate,
new in crate, $1350.
352-597-3519 -
RETIREMENT FROM
HUNTING SALE
Two Winchester models
S24, 20 gauge.
S & W 44 Mag. Model
629 Custom
waiter PPK
(352)489-3108


cond., $140 firm
(352) 628-4224
TURBO HOCKEY TABLE
Sporicraft,
38W x 66L x 31"T,
Exc. Cond.$60,
(352) 746-6303
WILL BUY YOUR
UNWANTED GUNS
352-400-1070


- y *
4X8 UTILITY TRAILER ...Ir,
tilt, good cond., $225
6xl0 YARD SERVICE
T 75 (5 ) 9d5c88n63
BUY, SELL, TRADE, PARTS,
REPAIRS, CUST. BUILD
www.ezounltrallers.com
Hwy 44 & 486
Enclosed Cargo Traller
6'w x6'Hx12'L, w/ side
& rear doors, ilke new'
used once
$2,400.
(382) 746-4160




14K Gold Marquise cut
D amond Sollitare Rind.
Jacket, Size 6. Valued
at $1800 asking $1100
OBO (352) 344-5893




BUYING OLD WOOD
BASEBALL BATS
Anlove sIgne bl


Horse Sitting w/TLC
at yourbrn
Long & hotTerm.
352-746-6207
Sorel eol mos, ed
Son of6i cl3.Ce3a~nObe





900 Ib Arlgus Heifer
3 1/2 ye rs old
(352) 621-3175.
PigM, females,
(352) 464-0819~
(352) 628-0589




Honda Outboard
71/2 HP, 4 stroke w/ tank,
low hrs., and Just serv-
iced $700. Call Hank
(352) 697-0220


er
0000
THREE RIVERS
MARINE

-- --
CLEAN USED
BOATS
We Need Them!
We Sell Them!
U.CS. Hi hway 19
5 3-5510
26 Ft. 2004, Sea Swirl,
walk around cuddy, w/
225 Yamaha, w/ trailer,
83 hrs. on boat & motor,
Ilke new $48,000. obo
(352) 628-4943



$9,500.00 352-527-8376
BAYLINER I/O
2002, 17.5' w/
mercruiser, very low
hrs, loaded, $7500,
(352) 794-0070
CHALLENGER
'98, 17ff., Bass Boat, 50H
trmll. mr t 5. ob

Fiberglass 12'
5 hp outboard motor,
mfot cotoa .roh(01goo
(352) 344-4312
GALAXY
20', 1986, cuddy, Kept
in high & dry, new mo-
tor, low hrs. Exc. cond.
$5400.(352) 795-7335


tr r ig mor trcierw
new axle & tires, under
cover, excel. cond.
$1,600.,(352) 341-0336
JON BOAT
15 Vemi V Boat, 20 jet,
mercy, gal. trailer, excel.,
cond., to much to list.
$3,500. (352) 465-2083



HI DEC NCTOON
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InventorV

Crystal River
Marine
352-795-2597

KEY WEST
2004, 1720cc, 90hp
Johnson, SW, tilt trim SS
Prop Min. 551b SW auto
pil t, 3 batt, charger,
blmini, loaded, mlnt,
less than 50hrs, 2004
wesco a um num trailer,







NEED

BOATS!!
Selling them
as fast as
.6 i it tem'
Si-l, ji


~LIL:l AUC~ellulyw
www.charliefudge.com
For Upcoming Auctions

2 Han 1d Quilts
89 x78
$195. both
(352) 563-2691




5 PERSON HOT TUB
110/2d20V, w oer
good condo $5.
(352) 563-1421
HO2TTUB SPA5 PERSON
cablnet Wa ra t,
352-286-5647
SSPA
W/ Therapy Jets. 110
volt, water f lbnever
(3 2e 597-3140
SPA, 5 PERSON,

$1425. (352) 346-1711









DRYER, GAS, white,
Crosley, very good
(352 gn0-1043
Electric Stove,
GE Dishwasher
$40. eah '
(352) 628-4868

1000 owat w~n tble.
White on white, comes
with book and
Installation hardware


Refrigerator, Side by
Side Magic Chef, Ice
maker & water disp.
21.6 cu ~ff. almond,
352-212-3823



Small freezer $60.
(352) 860-1426
WASHER & DRYER, HD
$250 set, Refrig., $165
Elec. stove, $125 Free
Delivery 352-263-7703




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MERRY I
SCHRISTMAS I
FROM. -
I THE DUDLEY I
I AUCTION I
FAMILY I
I See you Jan. 8 1
# 4 $ $ $ .


AN EXP. FRAMER &
LABORERS NEEDED
-(362) 637-3496

WEOD FCMEERS

(352) 687444
. FLOOR CARE/
CUSTODIAN

P/T, Shlft Varles,
Exprec requerked.
Multi function job.
Energetic, organized
& caring Indlvldual
w/ good cu tmer
se vce s il.

Apply at:

2341 W NnNell Brant

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
BllT: 3-2709-709
-cair nter
Contractors of
America, Inc.
1-800-959-8806
www.carpenter






Ar DRIVERS itr

OPENING
30 +year

drves waId Cass

experme c.uWm offer
a competitive benefit
package of Medical
Insurance, 401K, Pald
Vacallon & Holiday &
Short Term Disability.

Apply in person at:
GreartSoufthin

19 O.R 57dA, Lk
Pn sffee or Cl
Terry at
(800) 868-9410

INSULATION
INSTALLER

preferd wilta
Must be ambitious

req ired seeffs


Apply at 6044 N. Tai
lahassee Rd. CR

LOCAL
UNDERGROUND
UTILITY CO -

Seeking
Pipe Foreman

th r uhn L rrs
Inc. Call between
9am-3pm .
(352) 860-1202 '
DFWP

MASON HELPERS

Exp'd and reliable.
Transportation req'd
Pay depending
on experience'
oP325230220-1900200
MECHANIC
Diesel, & Equlpment
Mechanic, must have
tools, 40k $60k
and benefits
352-279-9856












PRODUCTION/
MECHANIC

Great Southern Wood
Preserving Inc.,
is see nntea goal

depec sb e, fe y
b comenprtdof our
would need sule
mechanical
background &( be
willing fo work the
2nd and/or the
3rd shift.
We offer competiive
wages, health care
& 401K.
Please apply in

Lak1 Pcma Afee,
FI 33538
Or call Sean O Dell
(352) 793-9410
Drug Free Work Place
EOE


1.CT WANTS YOUll
$$$$$$$$$SS$$$$$$4

pro esin o OTR
tedarl, CoosHarz
required Geat
99-04 equipment
call Now
800-362-0159 24 hours

FRAMERS
Local-SteadY
352-302-3362

*AC INSTALLERS
SERVICE TECHS I
HELPERS I

4 FOR1@He h ns.
t Oruck~~ & ees
Said vacation. I
Family Owned

SSENICA AIR Z
CONDITIONING INC I
1803 SE US HWY 19
SCrystal River 34429 I
(352) 795-9685
kmmmmm mi
ALUMINUM
INSTALLERS/
GUTTERS

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

Watrted fr hig volume:
and saoana ryequlmement
Crystal River, RI. 34423
DIAMOND C
TRANSPORT CO.


neededclass CL

n100 s gnenn bou .
benefits after 90 days.
Come joln our
growing company.
Minorites encour-
aged to apply.
Apply In person,
900 Thomas Ave.,
Leesburg, EOE, DFWP
(352) 728-5361

DRIVERS


Requrd a ul rnme &
Part Time. Local/
Long Distance.
Home most
weekends.
Contact
Dicks Moving Inc.
(352) 621-1220

DUE'TO E ENDING
THE FOLLOWING
POSITIONS ARE
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY

PLUMBERS/
HELPERS
We Offer Competitive
beefi dkaagu .


6938 W. Grover
Cleveland .
Homosassal, FI.
"No Phone Calls"











Establishied Company
Seeking

Plumbers/Helpers
& Laborers

pay eol nd ,ttatpe
'wlde work. Contact
Kevin Barry at
352-374-8232 or -
352-267-7590

EXP DIESEL
MECHANIC

(352) 344-2544

EXP'D PAINTER

5 years minimum.
Must have own tools
& transportation:
S(352) 302-6397

EXPERIENCED
LENTEL CONCRETE
PUMPER WANTED

Start at $15. hr. & up
Call for interview,
(352) 726-9475

FINAL END
PUNCH PERSON
Must have own tools

So y s ranc e i
Send resume to, or
contact, Lynn Kelley
of Rusaw Homes.
746-6500 or fax '
746-0694


wvicna ooool nx
$150. obo
(352) 527-9226

w/ s ad, may ras,
(352) 527-2292
RADIAL ARM SAW
Craftsman 10" winew
table, 2 blades
~and sanding drum. $100.
563-6621
SHOPSMITH Model 5 w/
Accessories.
Nearly New $1500
(352) 628-1774




TV 20"
APEX w/5DVD
(352) 637-5209
TV,Sony~nd6 Suround
Stereo, Ploneer, AM/ FM
Receiver w/ CD Player,
Caponant Type, $300.
(352)7465-3631
Yamaha RX-300U Ster-
co Receiver, Technics
Compact Multi-Disc
Changer SL-PD667 & 2
Klipsch Walnut Spkrs.
28"x16"xl l" All in very
good cond. $300
(352) 382-3866


OTR Drivers
Wanted. Good 'ay
Bonuses, home tme,
vacat ons, Sew t ucks.

Pianist

Bo tund me ta
need Music Director/
Song Leader.
(352) 628-4793
PRO SHOP HELP
Flexible4 hours,
com uter x.
knowledge helpful
but not necessary.
Sugarmill Woods



REAL ESTATE CAREER
SSales ulc. Class I
$249. Start 1/10/06 I
CITRUS REAL ESTATE
SSCHOOL, INC. I
(352)795-0060
L ""
Retail Clothing
Salesperson
Harley-Davidson of
CRp I owra cfl ng
clohIn salesperson.
.Weekends req'd.
Interviews will take
place 12/27 from 1-3
by appt. Only.
Call Cheryl (352)
563-9900 for appt.









THE CITY OF

APP ICC ENS FR A

(1) P/T
CUSTODIAN
(2) MAINTENANCE
WORKER
(3) WATER
TREATMENT PLANT
OPERATOR

FROM D CEBDER 22

DETAILED JOB

BE OBTAINED ONLINE
www.cityofinvemness
online.com
AND 212 W.
MAIN STREET,
INVERNESS, FLORIDA
BETWEEN 8:00 AM



EMPLOYEE-VETERAN
PREFERENCE

WE BUY HOUSES
CaSh........Fast I
352-637-2973
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Zone Advertising
SSales Re

Full Time, to sell print
aver sing into th
tons andtsothee LC I
established customers
and prospect for nevy
advertising customers
In the Crystal River/
Homosassa, Florlda
area.
QUALIFICATIONS
*College degree or .
at least two years of
sales experience
preferred.
Computer
SMus hv initiative,

pl nng or nnlzIng
listening, written and
verbal communica-
flon; problem-solving
and decision-making
aptitude.
Strong presentation
skills preferred.
Reliable transporta-
flon to make local
and regional sales

c blication deadline
Jan. 16, 2006
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CLASSIFIED


CITnRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


+ BURN BARRELS A
$10 Each
call Mon-Fri a-s
860-2545
4 Director chairs,
no canvas $5. ea. ex-
2cs ecvs be~hin gles
$25. (352) 527-9226
6 NEVER USED SMOKING
PIPES with stand, from
Italy. Nw alu $400,

12 Volt I 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 totaillmn
$1-$150............ 5.50
$151-4400......$1 0.50
$401-$800......$1 5.50
$801 $1,500....$20.50
CAL CH ONILE

SERVICE
726-1441 OR
T -96r61
merchandise items
per ad,
private party only.
(Non-Refundable)
Some Restrictions
May Apply


1PPIZofR Tds s.
Sacrifice352-527-1 528
CARPET FACTORY Direct
Restretch Sr Clean A t
Repair Sr Vinyl r Tile A
Wood Ar (352) 341-0909
SHOP AT HOME
CHAIR
Blue rocker/recliner,
$50
matter @madWl icor
$200 (352) 628-7426
David Bramblett
(352) 302-0448








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


*****?- .
Nature Coast
Fiber Optic


(352) 465-13M4
GENERAL

copier~fax aridyirinter
$50.00
call 637-5331

HEHTEE, lk~eMne~wO slin
box, never used, cost
.$1,900 sell for $800.
Heats up to 15,000 gals,
(352) 628-1671
King Bed Spread
w/ skirt, blanket, pillows,
flower arran. new, $60.
Croscill shower curtain
& hooks p'eppy red
& yellow $20.
352-795-4892
Kirby Upright Vacuum,
generation 5.


Large Outdoor
TV Antenna
w/ 30 ft. pole
$75.
(352) 795-5444
NATIVITY SCENE
4 pc's. Large 50% scale,
wooden, handmade.
$75/obo
-(352) 489-1902
ORIENTAL RUG
Green 88120.veOyg od
(352) 344-4482
PAINT BALL GUN,
Spider Electra
Electric Triger, fully
autdm tic peret
$150 ( 52) 48 7475

Sewing Machine,
Viking #1, plus embrol-
dery, machine includes
software and extras
$1,400.
-(352) 382-1587
SINGER UPHOLSTERING
sewing machine, $250
(352) 637-5708
SMOKER
aft. w/ large tlrebox, on
gocd t lr, lke nw

SOD. ALL TYPES
Installed and delivery
avdilable.352-302-3363
VHS VIDEOS
$1 each while they last
6910 SR 200, Hernando
(4 miles north of 41/200
split,) (352) 637-5353
WHITE, LIKE NEW
FIBERGLASS SHOWER
with hardware, $175






wi h sWin awym.
Fits class 3 hitch

(352)556 -7320




Casio Keyboard. CT-638
Tone Bank. Portable


stand, chair & case
$150.OBO

KEYBOARD/ACOUSTIC,
commppKy te Pan
barely used, $850
(352) 302-9451
Peavey Bass Amp,
Combo 300, on wheels.
nice cond. $250.
Fender "Strat" Gultar,
Ilke new cl d. Squire.
(352) 382-0098


rlr newnca It
1997 PONTOON
40HP Force, incl. trailer,
Bimini top. $4500.
(352) 382-3573
Sailboat
CAPRI C-15
15' Day Sailer, w/rigging
& sails on tdl., $1,200.
(352) 795-5735
SILVERTON
FUN BOAT! 1987, 34 Ft.,

ne 249 602






CHRISTMAS

16 ft. Smokercraft


9Hp Yamh e








1995 Southwind
Ca sA Wdeb sy
45k mi, Basement
storage, b/u camera,
elec. level Jacks,
Loade N2C5E. $90.

Holiday 24'
1977, low miles, new
brakes,
needs TLC. Make offer.
(352) 637-5525
HOLIDAY RAMBLER
38' 98, 50K, diesI pshr.
Allison 6spd. Tile, corian,
convec oven lg, slde,
$79,000 (352) 746-9211


Blackt Sequin Dress,
medium $35.
Leather Jacket, mens,


NOTICE
Pets for Sale
SIn the State of Florida
per stature 828.29 all
dosor cats offered
for sale are required
to be at least 8 weeks
of age With a health
Fcrrt fict peter

2 African Fat taill
Geckos, w/cage
& accessories, very
$1@enold 2o 8b 32

2 FEMALE NUBIEN
GOATS $200 ea. obo
(352) 726-3834 or
(727) 235-1997
DACHSHUNDS MINI
Pups, long hair, reg.
ready 12/28/05
$395. (352) 287-9333
FEMALE APPLEHEAD
Chihuahua. very rare,
blue & white, 1 yr old'


obo2 )2 -3 34 or




Dole Neutebred, &6
o (352) 263-2370 o

Jac Rusll Pppes or
Sae. Read by Xas, .


maor h tar, brwn $3 o
(352) 860-1335
Minkatursel Pinche fral

(352) 527-2958

(352-613-2798


Red Tall Boa
bo cTns ri tb, $0 .
(352) 447-3436


ADVERTISING
NOTICE:
This newspaper
does
not knowlingly

ards tha r not
bonofide
employment
offerings. Please
USe
caution when
re ponding to
employment ads.

NOW ENROLLING





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Jan. 21,2006

Adis*n willbe
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for 30 Years!
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Call Mrs. Martin
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"Solid HP Computer"
Runs greatly Pent II
Win98, DVD/CDR,
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2 COMPUTERS
Priced Under $300
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1996, S- laz~erx4, runs
perfect, 150K ml., 4.3V6,
new Michelins, new
trans, $2,995
(352) 628-7007
FORD EXPLORER

and ear7 ed ,OD 0

HUMMER

60K, good cond.,
$28,800. (352) 527-8198
JEEP
0,0 Cherokee Sort
black, 4 DR, cold AC*
take over payments
$168. mo. 352-795-9976
NIssan Pathfinder SE
2001, 4 WD, Original
own. 6 k, ex ;9c nd.
(352) 628-1954
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HUNTERS SPECIAL
1983 Allegro -27' sips 8
Nee enine. $8500.

NATIONAL
29', Non moe banks
system, clean, full bath,
must sell, Asking $26.000
(352) 746-6607
2New Du gh t r
ds e.330 cummins2
slides, full roypit,
a/cs new r .2li h
maple Int., many more
extra's. Presently
parked in CR.
$130,000.OBO
a (219) 608-7349
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1998 THOR FIFTH
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outs, Interior in greatcon-
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pm, 352 795 2601, or
leave a message.
MALLARD 2004
26' Light weight. been
afer t5 32- e 1
NOMAD SKYLINE
2000, 25' TT, immaculate
s ees 6. full bath/kit.
$6500 (32 2049




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
Cloth Tonneau Cover
for Dodge Dakota
Quad Cab. 66'x62"
$135.00 (352) 726-8636
CORVETTE WHEELS
18" Chrome ZO6,
w/tires, $2000/obo
Call after 6p.m.
(352) 637-6954
Four, 26575RI6, load
range E, BF Goodrich,
Tires & alum. mag rims,
lugs & cp. F~or n
(352)621-3175.



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CON INMEN TS
Car-Truck-Boat-SUv
98% Sales Success. No
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US19-airport. 212-3041
FREE REMOVAL OF

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VEHICLES WANTED,
Dead or Ai~ve.
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DODGE RAM 150
Ro al SE 1986, full sz
topper, Runs/ Iooks
good. $2200/oo
66K (352) 341l-0786
FORD
1992, F150, strolght 6,
manual trans, runs &
drlye 5x c 1800 OBO

FORD
1Xca 4x 8 K, 1


FORD RANGER
'88, locking toolbox,
very clean In & out.
R ns lok s7r5 4 70


2003, Yukon XL Denall'
$27.0 ,a Opl-07


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1996 MERCURY













ow00 mls CD.$5,95
4dere,Poer acksunteloofN el$90
'802.0 Clev Cavalifer
Mr, pd d! $7995












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Buick ShrLadabe



122k, 1400.

trile bi, bae aut.
cond $t4200 F9irm r
356-22) o270-3030


C(352) 3 rM re2
BUIOS f9f CGF ar
Cu tom 4r od

Child-, ren) MG
at (0352)52-7-6500

'77 2, Impala ecel ondy
& iteio, $4DRneds

drive trai, 2,100.
(352-53028 302-8090


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CHEVY
'89, Caprice, V6, AC
looks an rus great.
(352) 302-7420
CHEVY CORVETTE
2005 VET 17500 MILES
$46,600 ONE OWNER
4/29/05 MSRP $52,585
6SPD, DUEL TOPS
XMO S 2-9 9-S D
REASONABLE OFFER
CHRYSLER Sebring
C96, 2R, coupe ,8000,
(352) 795-5735
Chrysler Sebring
Cony. JXI Gold Edition,
1999, 78k ort miles, CD
player, $6500.
(352 503G3E98

'00, Nepn, blue, auto,
good Xmas present
$2,900.
(352) 228-7526

'OS, Focus, 9,500 ml.,
cruise control, Pw, mint
condition, $16,000.
(352) 344-2550
HONDA
2000, Accord LX, 4
cycle, auto, 4 dr, gold,
74K, Original Owner,
Exc cond, $9500.

HOD ACRD
2003, 4-dr, silver EX,

$17,000 (352) 400-0042
Honda CRX
1986, 170k, runs great
good work car, $650.
OBO (352) 795-3701

2003 AccNt, uto.
32mpg. 4dr, cold air*
32K, good cond.,87,400
OBO. (352) 75 66




LINCOLN
2001 Signature.Towncar
white, w/belge leather.
Looks, drives, ike new.
$13,900. (352) 746-3876
MERCEDES
1987, 190 E, 4 cyc. gas,
4DR Sedan, avg. cond.
dk blue, CD sun roof,
AC 2005, settling estate
$1,500. (352) 563-0922
MERCEDES 300D
1984, I owner, all
recordai, new Mich.
Tires, low miles, Excell.
$3,500. (352) 628-2711
MERCURY '95 Tracer LX
4 dr, loaded, 72K, auto
AC, alloys, clean, cass.
$2750. 352-382-4541
MERCURY GR
MARQUIS LS 2001
77.700 mi. owner,
$7800, Exc.cond. Spec
lally tuned susp w/ dual
exhaust. Electronic In-
stru. panel,mult-CD
player. 352-446-0006
MITSUBICHI
'99, Mirage, 2 DR
c"3ou 6 mi.
(352) 6303529
NISSAN e
'05, Altima, S series, 18k
mi., auto, PW &( PL, CD,
trans. factory warranty
$16,500., 220-3972
Olds Alero
20CIO Le~aded, run
glreal--}90k -53950 -
(352) 302-3107
SATURN
1996, 4 dr. runs & looks
great, Ice cold air.
$2000.OBO.
(352) 400-5101
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DODGE
99, Ram 1500, 4-dr., low
mi., futll loaded, tow
pkg, spray bed,$12,900
obo (352)'613-5563


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Yamaha Raptor 660
2001, mint cond. Less
thar d hrnd l30obo





12250cc, gomecod t ss
than 7 0m. Asking
(352) 465-6051
GOLDWING
Honda 82, Black & Slver
new tune up and bat-
tery, runs great, $2500
10008 E Hwy. 44, Inver
(352) 726-6128


SCreofnin eag/e
exhaust, w/stage 2
kit. Windshield, sissy
b r. D ale~r. r~li-
(352) 465-3'797


HARLEY DAVIDSON
`97 Dyna convertible,
lowtroli., oo mayoe
(352) 726-3834 or
(727) 235-1997
HONDA
2005. CRF 150 Dirtbike,
BBR Gold Serles
exhaust, excel rims
maxxis tires, CD Rev
7'2500eOBO.as
(352) 464-1336

saveK O100,used
4 flmes, Ilke new*
excellent gift
(352) 302-7073
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Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check
%ri bof nd mnatxe am aurn ntnot lss thn fve percent
(% t ee8 rexm amu o rteen C1 .e au n-
of bid acceptance, enter Into a written Contract with
the Citrus County School Board, In accordance with
the accepted Bld, and give a surety bond satisfactory
to the Citrus County School 8oard equal to one hun-
dred percent (100%) of the Contract amount.
No Bidder may withdraw his/her 81d for a period of thir-
ty(30) days after the date set for the opening of the

Allapdime cota tor mut hoda Citrus county 8coo
tC utno s huI Boar econst utdon pro ects Pitr on
School Board prior to submitting a bid. Prime contrac-
tor's bids must be within the bld Ilmits specified on their
pre-quallficatlan certificate. For contractor pre-quallfl-
cation Information call the Citrus County School Board
r Illtlee 2a2 Construction Department at 352/726-

Pre-bld Conference:
A. A mandatory pre-bld conference for Prime Con-
trcorand otlngosl for sub-contractors, will be held

B. conference will occur January 4, 2006. 10:00 a.m.
81dders may obtain a maximum of two (2) sets of Con-
tract Documents from Anston-Greeniess, Inc., 1315
West Fletcher Avenue, Tampa, FL 33612, (813) 963-1919.
upon deposit of a check made payable to the Citrus
County School Board In the amount of $20 per set. A
refund of this deposit will be made upon the return of
these Documents In satisfactory condition within ten
(10) days after the opening of Blds.

Te Citrus Colu ty itoo Bard w sevs e h ase lt
to waive any Informality or IrregularMIt In any Bid, or to
reec san e rdrnIl tiBs rciveedbbased 01el onte
School District.
CITRUS COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
INVERNESS, FLO IDA
BY: Sandra C. Hlmmel
Superintendent of Schools
Pblishebdethr~een(3) tme I theuC trs 2C nty Chronicle,


CHEVY
'97, Venture,
excellent ridition
(352) 527-0785
CHEWY ASTRO LT
x94 re Pndd, loan
Very well marir 118K
$3400. (352) 860-2243
FORD
1994 Aerostor van, new


(3p52) 637-3333

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1y. at,a ,de cn gas
first $800, takes it, Call
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F RD RANGE 4
2.9L, 117,500 mi. Asking
$2500. (352) 344-0786
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351-0101 SUCRN
PusuIc NorICE

IN ITATooN TO BI
Sealed bids for fumnishlng of all labor and mateials and
erfrmn Iaoa worked n cessar an un identall to the WI
by the Citrus County School Board prior to 2:00 p.m. lo-
cal time on January 17, 2006, In the Pur.:n3asi-il; Depart-
ment, Bul~ding 200, Room 219, *inrty :urer, School
Board, 1007 West Maln Street, Inverness. Florida'
3450-46n9e8d Immed etl,b fralie oi. a ida d~e~ied wi
Conference Room.


'82 CADILLAC
65K ml., $2,500, obo
Trade?
(352) 560-0043






197,95,Groodcnd.




F ntrord 4DR, needs

5-563-0238, 0-80590

'79, Litolred yxpes.
all9 orig, excel cond.,



fastTe areldl. $32k0
(3 2) 79-80 19
M.G.BROADSTE


Pintova fronted w/ sk
engine, 4 spd trans. os
ofchom, $000 OBO.

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03 CHEVY S-10
Great gas mileage. .
#8923P
* II,888*


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98 CADILCAC
DEVLLE
47k, loaded. #8738A
*10,986''


93 CADILLAC
ELDORADO
33k mi, clean. #JO50772A
*9,794'


03 DODGE 05 CHRYSLER
GRAND CARAVAN SEBRING
Loaded, blue. #J60055A AII pwr, fact. warr. #8886P
014,3264 *14,362+


97I BUICK< PARK AVE
Loaded w/luxury.
#8647A \
'8,$888*


04 JEEP 04 DODGE 05 DODGE 0 I6 DODGE CHARGER 02, DODGE 04 PONTUIA VIBE 04 CHRYSLER 03 JEEP
WRANGI.ER RUMBLE BEE DAKOI'A SLT Navigation, DVD, $AVE. DAK Right drive. #8908D) Must See! #8876P Quad cab, V8. #B60444A 1 Quad cab. #D60135A #D60203A Loaded w/luxury. #D60134F Sierra, both tops. #8798P
S19,706ii *20,164' 5251765" *351,96E" *1 3,888+' *14,988V *16,488' *19,988"
tlPrices and payments exclude tax, tag, title and dealer fee (299.50)land includes all factory incentives, rebates and customer loyalty. Dealer incentives subject to change. See Dealer for Details. Photos for illustration purposes only.


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5;63-2277 MY CRYSTAL
2005 S. Suncoast.Blvd, HEoun;osessa


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,01 DODGE 1500
Perfect work truck, long bed
#8935P
8 l1,462* ~


03CHEVY ASI'RO N
Front & Rear heat & A/C.
#8983P
*13,$888
han mar. s I


05 CHEVY COBALT OS CHEVY
Great gas mileage. UPIANDER
#8959P Gorgeous, loaded.
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05 CHEVY
E6UINOK LT
$AVE, loaded. #64A
*19,462 L


05 CHEVY
EQUINOX LT
Leather, all power. #891 8T


03 CHEVY
SILVERADO 271 EXT
Low miles. #8829T
*20,986 a


05 FORD F150
Only 8,800) miles, SAVE
#26109B
'25,498


*72 months @ 7.9% Selling price $11,588 iiPrices and payments exclude tax, tag, title anid dealer fee (299.50)land includes all factory incentives, rebates and customer loya ty. Dealer incentives subject to change. See Dealer for Details. Photos for illustration purposes only.


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99 DODGE
DURANGO SLT
Loaded. #8915A
'9,888"


91 JEEP WRANGLER
Auto, 4x4, '
#D5081OC
'8,988'


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LOCAL


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MY CRYSTAL~I


20~ H~wy. 44 West, Inverne~ss


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04 PONIIAC
GRAND AM
Loaded. #8820B
12,4889~rB


05 CHErVY
CAVALIER
5 To Choose From! Best Valuel
*30,O994'


04 CHEVY
SLWERADO 2500
Red. #25047B .
SdAVE


CHEVROLET


CHlEVROtLET


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637-:- CR`STsb.
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