Title: Citrus County chronicle
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028315/00366
 Material Information
Title: Citrus County chronicle
Uniform 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: January 1, 2006
Frequency: daily[<1987-1995>]
weekly[ former <1939-1968>]
semiweekly[ former <1980-1981>]
daily
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Inverness (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Citrus County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Citrus -- Inverness
Coordinates: 28.839167 x -82.340278 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028315
Volume ID: VID00366
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 15802799
alephbibnum - 366622
lccn - sn 87070035

Full Text



_a ,wqfJ Jm . .


/


Sports
The Chronicle names
- its top varsity
football
i layer of
the year.


I CITRUS COUNTY





vw, N crroniclaorline com


HIGH
76
LOW
60


FORECAST: Areas of
patchy fog in the
morning, then
partly cloudy with a
chance of showers.
PAGE 2A


I J A i 6A4.


Child's murder




leads to new




law in 2005


New era


Mourners,
many who
never
knew 9-
year-old
Jessica
Lunsford,
visited a
memorial
near her
home.
BRIAN
LaPETER
IChroni:le


Legislation honors

slain gir; new

Predator Unit

tracks offenders

TERRY WITT
terrywitt@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
n Aug. 25. a 55-year-old
Pasco County man entered
an Internet chat room and
began typing messages to a person
he thought \was a 14-year-old Citrus
County girl. The conversation
turned to sex. He asked the girl
explicit questions. She seemed
interested.
Walter Edward Archer had no
idea he was talking to an under-
cover .Citrus County Sherifft"
Office detective posing as a


teenage girl or

N For more
detail
about the
Jessica
Lunsford
Act, see
PAGE BA


. the Internet. Lt.
David DeCarlo
later used a
female detective
to arrange, a
meeting with
Archer by cell
phone Archer
was arrested in
Citrus County for
soliciting sex


fiom a child on the Internet.
Archerl a sex offender on proba-
tion at the time of his arrest, is
being held without bond at the
Citrus County Jail. He was the sev-
enth sex offender arrested by
DeCarlo's Predator Unit this year
on charges of soliciting sex from
children over the Internet:
The creation of the Predator
Unit early in 2005 was a direct
response to the brutal abduction
and murder of 9-year-old Jessica
Lunsford, a third-grader from
Homosassa. The addition ,of the
Predator Unit and the sharper


Year in REVIEW


pm




S"Copyrighted Materia


S.SyndicatedContent


Availabe from Commercial News Providers"
*i ...


m**E; -~
Nw1~i;l
now:;


MATTHEW BECKfCnronicle
Jessica Lunsford's father, Mark Lunsford, has been successful in raising public awareness about his daughter's
murder, and lobbying for legislation to take repeat offenders, such as John Couey, who is accused of killing
Jessica, off the street.


focus on investigating and tracking
sex offenders are two of the posi-
tive spin-offs from Jessie's tragic
legacy.
Jessie, as her friends knew her,
was kidnapped Feb. 23, by a sex
offender living near her home, the
sheriff's office said. She was
buried alive in a shallow ,graye
after being kidnapped from her
bedroom and sexually assaulted.


The murder sparked outrage in
the community and in law enforce-
ment circles.
It was the biggest Citrus County
news story in 2005. A small army of
television satellite trucks and RV's
from throughout Florida and the
Southeast United States converged
on Jessie's neighborhood while the
three-week search for her was in
progress.


Law enforcement impacts
Within weeks of her body being
found. Sheriff Jeff Daws. formed
the Predator Unit to track and
monitor sex offenders, and to con-
duct sex crime investigations.
Undercover Internet investiga-
tions are part of the unit's efforts to

Please see 2005/Page 8A


Tourism bureau dealt with busy year


Offce opened

at state park
JIM HUNTER
jhunter@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
One of the. most notable.
changes at the Citrus County
Visitors & Convention Bureau


in 2005 was its move from the
Lecanto Government Com-
plex to the Homosassa
Springs Wildlife State Park
at 9225 W Fishbowl Drive.
Tourism Development
Manager Mary Craven said
the: bureau simply moved "to
be where the tourists are."
Now the office gets eight to
10 inquiries and walk-ins a
day at the park location, she


Year in REVIEW


said. Though it gets a lot of
phone, e-mail and mail
inquiries, when the office
was in the government com-
plex, she said chucking, it got
only one walk-in ever, and he
was lost.
Craven said the bureau
will be very busy in 2006
working on its primary mis-


sion "to put more heads in
beds:" The bureau works
with local tourism industry
members, the bureau says
"to develop and market the
amenities of Citrus County
for increased tourism and
positive economic impact.",
The bureau's efforts are
directed by the county's


Tourist Development Coun-
cil (TDC) and focus primarily
on nature-based and her-
itage tourism. The local 3
percent bed tax charged on
transient rental accommoda-
tions funds the bureau and
its advertising. It also uses
various grant programs to
supplement the tourism
Please see TOURISM/Page 4A


'Price is Right' forlocalgraduate's TV debut


o Crystal River

j ; woman wins big


Special to the Chronicle
CRHS graduate Shelley
Henwood won some
big prizes recently on
the TV game show
"The Price is Right."


CRISTY LOFTIS
cloftis@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Shelley Henwood, come on
down!


Those weie the words that
sent the 28-year-old Crystal
River High School
grad running down Jj|
the aisle past a Los
Angeles studio full
of people.
Before "The
Price is Right" show taping
was over, Henwood had won a
life-size carousel horse and a


2006 red Chevy Cobalt..
"It was a moment I Will
never forget,"
*I' Henwood's mother,
Linda Andrinie
said, who lives in
Crystal River.
Henwood has
been living in Los'Angeles for
the past two years.
In November, Henwood sur-


prised her mother with tickets
to see both the "The Price is
Right" and "The Tonight Show
with Jay Leno" during a visit.
The morning of the taping,
the women were to arrive at
the studio at 6 a.m. to get their
tickets and be interviewed.
Unlike they had always
Please see PRICE/Page 5A


N -. .. . ..




= Year in REVIEW


Communty


leaders left


their:marks

Looking back at those

who passed on in '05


MIKE WRIGHT
mwright@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
As another year comes to a close, here's
a chance to take time and reflect on some
of Citrus County's community leaders
who lost their lives in 2005.
The list is certainly not
inclusive and some
names are more familiar
than: others. All, though, .
were close to friends,
public officials,, the reli-
gious and school students.
Feb. 4: James
"Manzy" Miley, a popular
Citrus County' School Miriam
District employee who Cohen
also was a racecar driver
at the Citrus County
Speedway for more than
30 years.
March 9: Dr. Gail "l
Merrill Osterhout, a pio-
neer in Citrus County .
medicine whose leader-
ship is cited. in the con-
struction of Citrus Wes
Memorial Hospital. Stow
Please see LEADERS/Page 4A


Annie's Ma'lbol, 16A
Classified .. D
Crossword .. .16A
Horoscope ..... 5A
Movies ... 15A
Obituaries .. ..6A
Stocks'. .. .. .. 2D
Together.. .... 13A
Eight Sections


Innovations
for 2006


From talking 1
pens to a
blond
Bond,
USA
WEEK- ..
END takes a '"
look at the
coolest products,
people and trends in
2006./Inside


How to get 'framed'


Take your digital photos to the next step
- frame them. We tell you how./19E


Constitutional
showdown
The stage may
be set for a
high noon,
constitutional
showdown
between the
executive and
legislative
branches of
government
soon./lC


* Are you making
any resolutions for
the new year?
Check out our
online poll and
add your vote./2A
* Learn the results
of last weel's poll
about what
people think
about "happy
holidays."/2A


Lu!

I"



6 a


- -





I


Xc .S..


'N W







CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


ENTERTAINMENT


IA SUNDAY, JANUARY 1, 2000


Florida
LOTTERIES=


Here are the
winning numbers
selected Saturday
in the Florida
Lottery:


SO YOU KNOW
E Early deadlines prevented
the publication of the
Cash 3, Play 4, Lotto and
Fantasy 5 drawing
numbers. Look in
Monday's Chronicle for
results.

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30
Cash 3: 5 9 -
Play 4: 0 0 9 -1
Fantasy 5: 6 20 23 24 29
5-bf-5 3 winners $91,198.48
4-of-5 367 $120
3-of-5 11,122 $11
Mega Money: 13 -15- 27 -35
Mega Ball: 12
4-of-4 MB winners $750,000
4-of-4 12 $1,029.50
3-of-4 MB 70 $386.50
3-of-4 1,609 $50
2-of-4MB 2,556 $22
2-of-4 50,286 $2
1-of-4 MB 20,021 $2.50
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29
Cash 3:5-4-8
Play 4: 5 7 3 -2
Fantasy 5: 5 -19 21 -22 36
5-of-5 3 winners $80,524.67
4-of-5 308 $126.50
3-of-5 10,755 $10
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28
Cash 3: 4-4-2
Play 4:1 9 2 2
Fantasy 5:1 4 17 -18- 30
5-of-5 2 winners $124,301.32
4-of-5 335 $119.50
3-of-5 .10,688 $10.50
Lotto: 1-22-26-29-31-39
6-of-6 No winner $11 million
C-5-of-6 55 $6,500.50
4-of-6 3,924 $74
3-of-6 81,188. $5
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27
Cash 3:3-1-7
Play 4: 6-9-6 -3
Fantasy 5: 1 -9-11 -16 -30
5-of-5 1 winner $228, 439.93
4-of-5 363 $101.50,
3-of-5 11,145 $9
Mega Money: 3- 26 31 35
Mega Ball: 6
4-of-4 MB No winner.
4-of-4 14 i $755
Z3-of-4 MB 51 $454

INSIDE THE NUMBERS
I To verify the accuracy of
winning lottery numbers,
players should double-check
the-numbers printed above
with rnumrbers officially posted
by.the Florida Lottery. On the
Web, go to www.flalottery
corn; by telephone, call (850)
487-7777.


ONLINE POLL




This week's question:
Your New Year's resolution


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


NAME- (n,:rie)
AGE: itten
SEX: F
ID #: 59775


is to:
1. Lose weight or quit smok-
ing.
2. Clean out your garage.
3. Find or get rid of girl-
friend/boyfriend.
4. Win the lottery.
To vote, simply access the


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


NAME-, (nore)
AGE: adult
SEX: F
ID #: 59551


Chronicle Web site,
www.chronicleonline.com.
Results will appear in the
Jan. 8 edition, along with a new
question.
Last week's results:
Do you object to the saying
."happy holidays?" (199 votes)


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.


I r <*
NAME: Luna
AGE: adult
SEX: SF
ID #: 59474


NAME: King
AGE: yng adit
SEX: M
ID #: 59712


A. No. It refers to Christmas,
Hanukkah, etc.-36.9% (73)
B. Yes. It's Christmas and we
are Christians. 59.6% (118)
C. No. I don't celebrate
Christmas. .5% (1)
D. Yes. I choose not to be
"happy." 2.5% (5)


takbt KFC


Copyrighted Material
-

.- ~ -



iSyndicated Content -.


Available from Commercial News Providers"


-


-0 --m


w Mw b.ao
-10qb- ~-
a~
-C S
5- ~
--L i


-o a

04 mm-


- -


ft O.- -- 0 a -n
mu

41ow-4b-.
-


0-dD


ICdO a
W in.-0 -


qu o40 -4 ow
fta qwasalo- -


40 -=low- 6 q
- w qpw.
- _ No-b p
-4 1b -m


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


NAME: King
AGE: n. a
SEX: 1NF.
ID #: 59645


SNAME: (none-
AGE: pupp.,
SEX: 1.,1
ID #: .95-81


vmwk&* P" UMOMM4'#*1*


400 41t J
-,, -, o
o O0


l- -




wI f
5-:


- -


-- 'qj "y* .m





..opyrighted.Material -


at* 40


SSyndicated Content


Avai *eb -
Availablefrom,Commercial News Providers"
A "r 4&


- a -


m


U

- 00 .0 S


- r


- C in -
- -e S.


a


4wm--


a


S -w ~ .


i
*,, .- -a


a in


PETA


I I .


CITRUS COUNTY ANIMAL CONTROL PET PROFILES


NAME: Phil NAME: Baby
AGE: ygn adit AGE: n a
SEX: SF SEX: M.
ID #: 59777 ID #: 59617


Imp1


0M


O
0,


- 4n


[d,


ODA


2


c


I


o


4W-


0


,D Q


t


---L


Today in
HISTORY
Today is Sunday, Jan..1; the first
day of 2006. There are 364 days
left in the year.
Today's Highlight in History:
On Jan. 1, 1863, President
Lincoln signed the Emancipation
Proclamation, declaring that slaves
in rebel states were free.
On this date:
In 1892, the Ellis Island
Immigrant Station in New York for-
mally opened.
In 1898, Manhattan, the Bronx,
Brooklyn, Queens and Staten
Island were consolidated into New
York City.
In 1901, the Commonwealth of
Australia was proclaimed.
In 1984, the break up of AT&T
took place as the telecommunica-
tions giant was divested of its 22
Bell System companies under
terms of an antitrust agreement.
In 1993, Czechoslovakia peace-
fully split into two new countries,
the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
In 1994, the North American
Free Trade Agreement went into
effect.
In 1999, the euro, the new sin-
gle currency of 11 European coun-
tries, officially came into existence,
with the start of the New Year.
Ten years ago: Some 100,000.
Bangladeshi women rallied to pro-
test Islamic clerics' attacks on fe-
male education and employment.
Five years ago: Actor Ray Wal-
ston died in Beverly Hills, Calif., at
age.86.
One year ago: Shirley Chis-
holm, the first black woman elect-
ed to the U.S. Congress, died at
age 80.
Today's Birthdays: Author J.D:
Salinger is 87. Former Sen. Ernest
Hollings, D-S.C., is 84. Actor Ty
Hardin is 76. Actor Frank Langella
is 66. Rock singer-musician
Country Joe McDonald is 64. Writ-
er-comedian'Don Novello is 63.
Actor Rick Hurst is 60. Country
singer Steve Ripley (The Tractors)
is 56. Rapper Grandmaster Flash
is 48. Actress Ren Woods is 48.
Actress Dedee Pfeiffer is 42.
Actress Embeth Davidtz is 40.
Actor Morris Chestnut is 37. Actor
Veme Troyer is 37.
Thought for Today: "And now
let us believe in a long year that is
given to us, new, untouched, full of
Things that have never been, full of
work that has never been done, full
of tasks, claims, and demands; and
.; etps .see that we learn to take it
without letting fall too much ofwhat
it has to bestow upon those who.
demand of it necessary, serious
and great things." Rainer Maria
Rilke, German poet (1876-1926).












3A
SUNDAY
JANUARY 1, 2006
www.chronicleonline.com


~$g~pa~slr~---~~;aaagF~*6 a~Jrp-*.-. rcr A


%oto A o


Syndicated Content .-


Available from Commercial News Providers'"
- E - -M W- W- -
-.-. .wn. .0 -


=.- ---- -


- ~. -


Banks,


offices


to close


Monday

Chronicle
The following businesses
will observe modified hours
through the holidays:
All county government
buildings will be closed
Monday.
The Chronicle circulation
department will be open from
7 to 10 ajn. today. Both the
business and circulation
j*offices will be open for normal
IhoursjiMond'ay. i .::--" :
'* "Banks -will be. closed
Monday.
The U.S. post offices will
be closed Monday.
The Citrus County Central
Landfill will be closed Monday.
ED.S. Disposal Inc. will be.
closed Monday Monday-only
customers will be picked up
the following Thursday Twice-
a-week Monday and Thursday
customers -ill have double
pick-up on the following
Thursday.
Yard waste customers will
be pickedup Thursday. All
other pick-up days will remain
the same.
Central Florida Com-
munity College will be closed
through Monday. The college
will reopen Tuesday.
Beverly Hills Waste
Management (Rolling Oaks
Utilities) will be closed
Monday There will be no pick
up. All Monday customers will
be picked up on Thursday. The
yard waste truck will also pick
up on Thursdays.
The City of Crystal River
will be closed Monday. Trash
collection will be collected on
the regular scheduled pick-up
days.
Christmas trees will be
picked up with the regular
yard waste on Wednesdays.
The Old Courthouse
Heritage Museum will be
closed Monday. The museum.
will reopen at 10 a.m. Tuesday.


CHARITABLE AND MUSICAL
Get Ben Cannon's "UNITY" CD at
Pro Line Tile of Citrus County in
Crystal River, Rainy Day Books in
Inverness or the Salvation Army in
Inverness.

World Trade' Center towers. While he's
thankful she was able to evacuate the build-
ing before it fell, many weren't so lucky.
Days after the terrorist attacks he wrote
"UNITY," which is now available for $5 at
Pro-Line Tile of Citrus County in Crystal
River, Rainy Day Books in Inverness or
the Salvation Army in Inverness.
The charity, Chance for Children, was
housed on the 101st floor of one of the tow-
ers and is no longer operating, Cannon
said. In memory of the organization, he is
donating all of the profits from "UNITY"
to Children in Crisis, another charity
focused on improving the lives of children


-IN. 19M-
q -mp - 41 419 4-m


CRISTY LOFTS
cloftis@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
You don't have to move a mountain to
change the world you just have to care.
That's Inverness resident Ben Cannon's
message.
He believes everyone can make a differ-
ence in the world, whether it's supporting
a family, serving your country or just tak-
ing a little time everyone once in a while
to make someone feel special.
Cannon is a Navy veteran and graduat-
ed from Citrus High School in 1981.
Moved by the Sept. 11 attacks in 2001, he
decided to put his poetic and musical abil-
ity to good use. He wrote a song, "UNITY,"
dedicated to those who died in the attacks,
as well as the families and service person-
nel currently protecting the country,
"This was pretty personal," Cannon
said.
He had an aunt who was in one of the


- .~
* -


affected by conflict,, deprivation and
poverty around the world.
"I've always like to help communities,"
Cannon said.
So far, he's sent about $120 to Children
in Crisis from CD sales.
While his efforts ,are humble, he's
received letters of thanks and commenda-
tion from many officials, Gov. Jeb Bush,
President George W. Bush and Citrus
County Sheriff Jeff Dawsy
"All of us contribute to the relief of oth-
ers in various manners," Cannon said. "Be
it through direct involvement, charitable-
contributions, prayer or working thereby
enabling our economy to prosper, we all
make our community better as a whole.
"Even those who are in need of assis-
tance are significant contributors. In their
receiving assistance through troubled
times, they are givenithe drive to succeed
and may one day be inclined to help oth-
ers as they are so able."


- 4ow - o


High pr hW bwfimWfwon hrLotKA ge KV thrv botm


- m t


"Copyrighted Material -


Syndicated Content


- r


- e


Available from Commercial News Providers"-


0 *


-, \


/ -. .

))(:..
. 'Y-


- .


- f 4 doo 41


- -ted Materi


M "Copyrighted Material


Lunch in the park


WALTER CARLSON/Chronicle
Citrus High students Rachel Garrett, right, and Courtney Doyle, both 17, take some time with Central FloridaCommunity College
student Jason Nicholas, 19, for a sub break at Wallace Brooks Park in Inverness. The three friends meet at the park from time
to time and the Christmas break was a perfect time for a get-together.



Musician writes song to help children


*


-


-.m "


Q o


County BRIEFS

Support group
set to meet Tuesday
The monthly meeting of
NAMI-Citrus will be Tuesday 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 a club-
house to Citrus County. One
financing source is an interna-
tional NAMI concept, called
NAMI Walk.
All those interested in mental
health issues are invited, espe-
cially to learn how they, and the
general public, can join in the
NAMI Walk.
CFCC Foundation
to meet Jan. 17.
The CFCC Foundation will
meet to discuss general busi-
ness at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 17,
at Central Florida Community
College (CFCC), Ewers Century
Center, Building 40, Strategic
Planning Room, 3001.S.W.
College Road, Ocala, FL 34474.
The public is invited. A copy
of the agenda will be available
at the meeting.
.For information, contact the
CFCC Foundation Office at P.O.
Box 1388, Ocala, FL 34478-
1388.
From staff reports

State BRIEFS

Traffic fatalities
set record again
ORLANDO -.More than
3,400 people died in car acci-
dents in Florida in 2005, setting
a record for the second straight
year as more drivers continu-
ously crowd the state's roads.
Through.Tuesday, 3,432 peo-
ple died in accidents in 2005,
besting last year's record of
3,257, the Florida Highway
SPatrol said.
"People don't know. they've
become complacent with traffic
deaths," said Sgt. Jorge
Delahoz, an FHP spokesman.
Still, Delahoz said the num-
bers aren't quite as bad as they
appear, because new drivers
are continually appearing on
Florida roads. The statewide
fatality rate based on miles driv-
en has actually been going
down in recent years, even as
death totals pile up. The 2005
rate won't be calculated until
next summer.
Tropical Storm Zeta
continues trek
MIAMI Tropical Storm Zeta
moved across the Atlantic on
Saturday, a day after it formed
and tied a record for the latest
developing named storm inan
already-infamous hurricane sea-
son, forecasters said.
Although the National Hurr-
icane Center said Zeta was not
expected to become a hurricane
or threaten land, its develop-
ment was a surprise because it
came a month after th6 official
end of the season on Nov. 30.
The 27th named storm of the
season, Zeta was about 1,060
miles southwest of the Azores,
the National Hurricane Center
reported at 9:30 a.m. Saturday.
Forecasters were expecting
the storm to gradually weaken.
-- From wire reports


Q gb


- 4


Sta e:












Local investigation leads to arrest Man fights arrest,


Special to the Chronicle

A 28-year-old man has been
arrested on battery charges
stemming from a late-night
fight at Stingray's Bar in
Crystal River Dec. 24 that left a
man unconscious and bleeding
in the parking lot


Corey L. Jenkins, of Crystal
River, was a suspect in the
Crystal River Police De-
partment investigation and
was arrested Friday on two
counts of felony battery.
According to a news release,
Jenkins punched Joshua Price,
30, of Homosassa, in the face.


LEADERS
Continued from Page 1A

March 29: The Rev. Jim Adams,
founder of Jesus Is! ministry of Inglis.
Chronicle religion writer Nancy Kennedy
wrote that the thousands of people who
passed through the "ministry of last
resort" called him Dad.
April 15: Miriam Cohen, who with.her
late husband Hank, was a force at protect-
ing the Citrus County environment The
Cohens were among Citrus County's first
true activists.
May 14: Frank Kisner, known as
Crystal River High School's greatest
sports fan. About 150 people attended his
funeral, including two dozen CRHS ath-
letes.
June 4: Ken Saunders, assistant coun-
ty administrator for Citrus County govern-
ment Saunders was a popular official
known for his commitment; commission-
ers affectionately nicknamed him "Mr.
Wizard."


TOURISM
Continued from Page 1A

development program.
In fiscal year 2005, the
bureau saw an increase of
about 7 percent in its bed tax
revenue from the $510,000'
raised in the previous year.
Craven said that was a good
increase, and she attributed a
lot of that to efforts to bring
more visitors in the slower
months. The county had an
especially good July at the start
of an especially good scallop
season, she noted. Fortunately,
after a number of poor years,
Citrus turned out to be one of
the best areas in the state' in
2005 for scallops, Craven said.
April and May were relative-
ly good, too, she said, and she
suspects it had a lot to do with
the persistent red tide that has
plagued some areas to the
south. A lot of visitors came
here for fishing and outdoor
activities from those areas, she
said.
The bureau focuses much of
its advertising within the state,
and primarily in Tampa Bay,
Orlando and Jacksonville.
One new item in the bureau's
marketing program this year
vas the Kid's Corner the
bureau managed to lease from
the state at the 1-75 Florida
Welcome Center. Craven said
the bureau has been trying to


While Price was airlifted to
Tampa General Hospital, he
did not suffer any permanent
or serious injury.
'Tenkins has a prior convic-
tion for battery, which enhanced
these crimes," said Detective
Corey Sharpe, who led the inves-
tigation.


June 11: Army Specialist Stanley
"Stosh" Lapinski, the victim of a roadside
bomb in Iraq. His parents are Stan and
Gaye Lapinski of Beverly Hills.
July 28: Edward Jerome Bombly, who
in the 1970s founded the Citrus County
Right to Life chapter
Aug. 22: Richard Kelly, former con-
gressman who represented Citrus County
during the late 1970s. Kelly was most
known for his conviction in the 1980
Abscam scandal when he was convicted of
taking a $25,000 bribe from undercover
agents posing as representatives of an
Arab sheik Kelly claimed he was conduct-
ing his own investigation of the people try-
ing to bribe him.
Sept 22: Larry Skidmore, owner of
Skidmore's Sport Supply store in Crystal
River who was a Citrus County sheriff's
deputy for 24 years. In 1996, he ran an
unsuccessful campaign for sheriff.
Sept. 26: Walt Connors, who served 20
years as Citrus County clerk of courts and
was a well-known downtown In\erness
business owner. For many years after he
retired, he remained a political observer


lease that display for five years
and she expects good results
from the $4,000, two-year lease.
The bureau also launched a
revamped Web site in 2005, and
Craven said the site is
immensely improved and
enhanced, with impressive art
and graphics. The site is very
user friendly, she said, and
members can revise informa-
tion easily at any time, making
it more up to date. The site has
an event calendar and print-
able brochure, among other
features.
Craven said a visitor services
position was also created at the
bureau in 2005, bringing the
staff to three. That position is
important, she said, because
the bureau gets about 50,000
requests for informational year
The person not only oversees
the bulk mailing responses but
can customize those responses;
for example, with specific
information about activities
such as manatee tours, birding
trails or whether motels accept
pets and so on.
In relation to accommoda-
tions, Craven said, the bureau
also put out a new Visitors
Guide in 2005 that lists all


Four people have been
arrested from the incident, two
charged with felony offenses.
"The department has been
monitoring this location and
'will continue to conduct
aggressive extra patrols to
address this problem," Chief of
Police Steven Burch said.


of county and Inverness politics and was
always known for his ever-present sense of
humor and uncompromising, sharp wit,
especially when it came to politicians and
spending by government
Sept 26: Lenny Berg, a Crystal River
businessman who served on the city coun-
cil in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
Sept 26: Orlando "Lanny" J. Fero Jr.,
founder of Fero and Sons Funeral Home
in Beverly Hills.
Sept. 27: Weston "Wes" Stow, former
chairman of the Citrus County Republican
Executive Committee. Stow was an often-
controversial figure; but under his helm
Republicans gained control of all levels of
local elected government.
a Oct 20: John Crider, longtime Crystal
River attorney who served from 1966 to
1968 in the Florida House of
Representatives while he lived in
Jacksonville.
Oct. 19: Michael "Mike" Jones, Crystal
River High School teacher
Dec. 19: Mike Handley. police chief in
Crystal River from February 1980 to,
September 1983.


accommodations and the
details about what they offer. *
Another significant 2005
event that Craven expects to
bring, a lot of attention to the
county was the World
Challenge competition be-
tween international corporate
teams that was held here in
December
That cable show is slated to
run worldwide in January, she
said. The Tourism Devel-
opment Council had put up
$25,000, which was matched by
the Economic Development
Council. "We're expecting good
return for that investment,"
she said.
Citrus County Commissioner
Gary Bartell is the commission
liaison on the TDC, and he said
he Felt the move to the wildlife
park was a idea that gives the
bureau exposure to tourists
and visitors already in the
county. Overall, he said he felt
the tourism program, helped
by the effective marketing serv-
ices of Gold Associates, had a
good year with excellent
results.
SCraven said that in the com-
ing year the bureau will kick
off a new set of ads that will ru n


VERTICAL BLIND OUTLET
649 E Gulf To Lake Lecanto FL
B 637-1991 -or- 1.877-202-1991
E OF SmallAd
ALL TYPES OF BLINDS SmalmalPi
"ff/ff/fffff/f ffff f' if fi f/ff/fff /ffff^ff/ff ,


throughout the Southeast
on Turner South cable.
three flights of commerce
will run in February,; ayI
August and \will also be pla
significantly in the Tampa
Market area, she said.
These will emphasize
names of Crystal Ri
Homosassa- and: Invern
more than ads in the past,
said.
In addition, Craven said,
bureau will continue to de
op relationships with gr
tour operators,. such as
ones it has in Milwaukee
Texas, to increase midw
tourism. longer-stay pack
and small- to mid-sized con
ences.





Unlimited Hours. No Contrac


!9.95,o1$
*.'Inslani Messaging eep your budc& Ik
10 e-mall addresses with Webmalll
4 FREE Technical Support
Custom Start Page News. Wearner & r

Surf up fo 6Xfaster!
Just $3 more -
Sign Up Onllnel www.LocalNet.co
S Call Today & Save
LocaNet 795-769
,,elibl Ineret cces inc 1


WEST COAST MEDICAL CARE


Eihab H. Tawfik, M.D., P.A.

Internal Medicine -


Ross University School of Medicine Clinical Clerkship at Major New York Hospitals
Medical Residency In affiliation with Drexel University College of Medicine


Acct Neew-Patients

Special Interest in Diabetes and Hypertension

Evening and Weekend
Appointments Available (352) 564-0444

.. 700 SE 5th Terrace, Suite 2 Crystal River, FL 34429


U.S.
The
ials
and
yed
Bay

the
ver,
ess,
she

the
vel-
oup
the


and
eek
ages
ifer-





2
ts!





r.ore
- ;

m
il -
1













i


gets shocked,


escapes from car


CRISTY LOFTIS
cloftis@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle

A 22-year-old Homosassa
man is being held on a $25,500
bond after Citrus County
Sheriff's Office deputies
charged him with driving
under the influence, battery on
a law enforcement officer,
resisting an officer with vio-
lence and escape.
According to an arrest report
Matthew Thomas Dew, of 2084
S. Columbine Ave:, was driving
south on U.S. 19 in Homosassa
when a deputy pulled him over
for speeding. The deputy had
Dew take a sobriety test after
smelling alcohol on his breath,
noticing slurred speech and
several discrepancies in how
much Dew said he had to drink


earlier in the evening, accord-
ing to the report.
The deputy said Dew failed
the sobriety and test and while
he was handcuffing him, Dew
pulled away and tried to run.
The deputy still held onto his
shirt, so Dew used his elbow to
hit the deputy's chest, accord-
ing to the report.
Two other deputies helped
bring Dew to the ground. When
Dew continued to resist, he
was tasered once.
Dew was handcuffed and put
in the back of a locked patrol
car, but managed to escape
from the car, according to the
report.
Dew began running on
Stonebrook Drive, but fell, and
was finally apprehended and
additionally charged with
escape.


For the RECORD


Citrus County Sheriff
Domestic
battery arrest
Scott Glenn Shelton, 24,
Inverness, at 7:44 p.m. Friday on a
domestic battery charge.
A woman said she and Shelton
were arguing when he pushed her
into a wall, according to an arrest
report. She then hit him in the face
to get him to back off, according to
the report. She said he broke both of
their cell phones so that she couldn't
call law enforcement.,
Shelton is being held without
bond.


Crystal River Police
DUI arrest
Dane Vincent Michaels,
7685 N. Paris Dr. Citrus Springs,
1:36 a.m. Saturday on a charge
driving under the influence.
Bond was set at $500.
Florida Highway Patrol
Arrest
Marc Ryan Snovel, 18, 76
W. Homosassa Trail, Homosas
at 12:20 a.m. Saturday on charge
of possession of 20 grams or less
marijuana and possession of dr
paraphernalia.
Bond was set at $1,000.


jf I T R U S,0uN T Y


CHRONICLt
Florida's Best Community Newspaper Serving Florida's Best Community

To start your subscription:


Call now for home delivery by our carriers:
Citrus County: (352) 563-5655 Marion County: 1-888-852-2340
or visit us onthe Web at www.shop.naturecoastcentral.com/chronicle
.html to subscribe.
13 Wks.: $33.50* -6 mos.: $58.50* 1 year: $103.00*
"Plus 6 Florida sales tax
For home delivery,4 y mail: :
In Florida: S59.00 for 13 -weeks Elsewhere in U.S.: $69.00 for 13 weeks
To' contact us regarding your service:

563-5655
Call for redelivery: 6 to 11 a.m. Monday through Friday
6:30 to 11 a.m. Saturday and Sunday
Call with questions: 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday
6:30 to 11 a.m. Saturday and.Sunday
Main switchboard phone numbers:
Citrus County 563-6363. Citrus Springs, Dunnellon and Marion
County residents, call toll-free at 1-888-852-2340
I want to place an ad:
To place a classified ad: Citrus 563-5966
Marion 1-888-852-2340
To place a display ad: 563-5592
To place an online display ad: 563-3206 or e-mail us at
nccsales@chronicleonline.com
I want to send information to the Chronicle:
MAIL IT TO US The Chronicle, P.O. Box 1899, Inverness, FL 34451
FAX IT TO US Advertising- 563-5665, Newsroom 563-3280
E-MAIL IT TO US Advertising: advertising@chronicleonline.com
Newsroom: newsdesk@chronicleonline.com


Meadowcrest office


1624 N. Meadowcrest Blvd.
Crystal River, FL 34429


Where to find us:
Inverness office


106 W. Main St.,
Inverness, FL 34450


Beverly Hills office: Visitor


.o1 t oIil. sira

3603 N. Lecanto Highway
Beverly Hills, FL
Who's in charge:


Gerry Mulligan ..................... ................. Publisher, 563-3222
Charlie Brennan ....................................... Editor, 563-3225
Tim Hess..... ....................... Director of Operations, 563-3227
John Provost ............................... Advertising Director, 563-3240
Neale Brennan ...... Promotions/Community Affairs Manager, 563-6363
John Murphy ............................ Classified Manager, 563-3255
Tom Feeney ............................... Production Manager, 563-3275
Kathie Stewart ............................ Circulation Director, 563-5655

Report a news tip:
Opinion page questions ....................... Charlie Brennan, 563-3225
To have a photo taken ........................ Linda Johnson, 563-5660
News and feature stories ........................ Mike Arnold, 564-2930
Community/wire service content ................ Cheryl Jacob, 563-5660
Sports event coverage ............................ Andy Marks, 563-3261
Sound Off .................................. ...... ................... 563-0579

Founded in 1891, The Chronicle is printed in part on recycled newsprint.
Please recycle your newspapers
Visit us on the World Wide Web www.chronicleonline.com
Published every Sunday through Saturday
By Citrus Publishing, Inc.
1624 N. Meadowcrest Blvd., Crystal River, FL 34429
Phone (352) 563-6363
POSTMASTER: Send address changes to.
Citrus County Chronicle
POST OFFICE BOX 1899, INVERNESS, FL 34451-1899
106 W. MAIN ST., INVERNESS, FL 34450
PERIODICAL POSTAGE PAID AT INVERNESS, FL
SECOND CLASS PERMIT #114280


e

43,
at
'of




350
/ -


ifiO


-a 1
sa,
es
or
ug



r







-,








r,



':


i'


ci
r- -
r!

















,i








!- ,








r ,





r


CITRUS COUNTY (F;L) CHRONICLE -


4A SuNDAY, JANUARY 1, 2006


r


''







SUNDAY, JANUARY 1, 2006 SA


CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


m u af-'I-


U"Copyrighted 'Material



S.-Syndicated Content



Available from Commercial News Providers"


- a - 0


- -


- -- -- -


-- -. -.ww


- -- now-


400 - -


lamp.
* S


NIT E FO1M T



,' 4 .


- -a


~.iifV~


- A-


0.-





--,

-



- -
-
0 -


- -


-- w

_











PRICE
Continued from Page 1A

thought, contestants on "The
Price is Right" are preselected
through an interview process-
rather than randomly drawn.
"The whole time we were
trying to strategize and figure
out a way to get picked,"
Henwood said.
Being a former cheerleader
for the Jacksonville Jaguars,
Henwood did what she knew
best she was enthusiastic
and friendly.
She didn't know she had
been chosen to participate in
the show until she was seated
in the audience and heard
her name called over the
loudspeaker to "Come on
down!"
While she had hoped to be
on the show, she hadn't
planned on actually making it
to the contestants' row.
"If I had known I would
have looked so much cuter,"
Henwood said.
The first item up for bid
was a carousel horse.
"She said her first impulse
was to bid $750, but she didn't
want to overbid so she bid
$650," Andrinie said.
Her daughter ended up
being the closest to the "actu-
al retail price" of the item
and went on to play a game
called Let it Roll, a dice game
that ended in Henwood's
favor and earned her the car.
Henwood plans to sell the
car to pay off her Nissan
Maxima, and auction off the
carousel horse on eBay
The show will air Friday,
Jan. 13.


SOn AAny Merchandise Purchase uL,

249 to 498
Not iPc it eto Prior Sale. .m, I Coupon Per P.h.e p 0 1 "-:


See REX For The BEST DEAL On. .
Color Tts Flat ScrfenTVs HighDefi#nion'TVis, :-'
Plasma TVs & HDTVs LCD TVs & HD7Vs..Home -
Theater& Audio-syste.ms. Video.Combds. .Audl ,-.- -:
Components Portable-Audio Car Stere Im.*Digital :;
, Camertas CaMicoiders Appllances sMat-eli RWad'i! ;:
SDVILPlayers *-DVDDRecorder'. VCR,-Vaci '-.
SMicrowave Qen?.f Entertainmen tFunitumrPdh ; :-
ir ao 6"' 1-
ecics STATE I" 4
Electronics* Speakers,.' : ..,- "
..S...'. BiUsiVESsS, CONTRACTOO. .: '."." : .
\ I.__ ," SCH$OOLS CALL: 1-BOO-528-B730 .. .Y j ,;.


0r


LI


o








CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


OA SUNDAY, JANUARY 1, 2006


Peggy
Bradley, 81
CRYSTAL RIVER
Peggy J. Bradley, 81, Crystal
River, died Friday, Dec. 30,
2005, at Seven Rivers Regional
Medical Center in Crystal
River
She was born Oct 26, 1924, in
Indianapolis, Minn., to Jennie
and Frederick Heinrich, and
she moved here one year ago
from Nashville, Tenn. She was
a homemaker and a member of
the Calvary United Methodist
Church in Nashville, Tenn.
Survivors include two sons,
Greg Bradley of Tampa and
Rob Bradley of Spring Hill; two
daughters, Patty Stevens of
Brentwood, Tenn., and Susan
Bradley of Murfreesboro,
Tenn.; 10 grandchildren; and
one great-grandchild.
Brown Funeral Home &
Crematory, Crystal River.

Grace
Cacioppo, 83
LECANTO
Grace Cacioppo, 83, Lecanto,
died Friday, Dec. 30, 2005.
She was a native of Brooklyn,
N.Y
She was an administrative
assistant at the University of
New York and retired in 1984
after 17 years of service.'
Mrs. Cacioppo moved to
Beverly Hills in 1985 and lived
in Lecanto for the past three
years.
She was a member of Our
Lady of Grace Catholic Church
in Beverly Hills, Knights of
Columbus Ladies Auxiliary
and the Italian American Club.
She enjoyed reading, danc-
ing, swimming, walking, knit-
ting and crocheting.
Survivors include her hus-
band of 60 years, Anthony
Cacioppo of Lecanto; sons,
Michael Cacioppo and wife,
Lorraine of Wantagh, N.Y, and
Richard Cacioppo and wife
Jeanie of Middle Village, N.Y;
brothers, Dominick Campo and
wife Jean of Huntington, N.Y,
and James Campo of Staten
Island, N.Y.; and grandsons,
Nicholas Cacioppo and Gary
Cacioppo, both of Wantagh,
N.Y.,and Philip Cacioppo and
Ricky Cacioppo, both of Middle
Village, N.Y.
Ferd Funeral Home with
Crematory, Beverly Hills.

Eugene
w"n Carson, 72
CITRUS SPRINGS
Eugene Carson, 72, Citrus
Springs, died Friday, Dec. 30,'
2005, in Inverness.


He was born
to Thomas and
Isabella (Fish-
er) Carson and
was a native of
Queens, N.Y


He moved to Citrus County
from Babylon, N.Y, in 1989
after retiring from 40 years of
service as an assistant manag-
er for King Kullen Super-
markets.
He was of Christian faith and
also a U.S. Army veteran, serv-
ing in the Korean War.
He enjoyed woodworking
and.playing cards.
He was preceded in death by
his sister, Dorothy Parker.
Survivors include his wife of
36 years, Dorothy E. Carson, of
Citrus Springs; brother, Robert
Carson of Abilene, Texas;
nieces, Maureen Lindsey of
Atlanta, Ga., and Patricia Kip-
pie of Yorktown, Va.; and
nephew James Carson of Long
Island, N.Y.
Pero Funeral Home with
Crematory, Beverly Hills.

Opal Davis, 95
CRYSTAL RIVER
Opal A Davis, 95, Crystal
River, died Saturday, Dec. 31,
2005, at Seven Rivers Regional
Medical Center in Crystal
River
She was born Feb. 22, 1910,
in Glenwood, Ark, to Estella
(Roberts) and Robert Howard.
She moved to Crystal River in
1985 from Streetsboro, Ohio.
She was a homemaker She was


Cna. E. 2aus
Funeral Home
With Crematory

Burial
Shipping
Cremation
Member of
International Order of the
G LEN



For Information
and costs, call
610. 726-8323


Protestant -
Survivors include three sons,
Homer Davis of Crystal River,
and Miles Davis and Wallace
Davis of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio;
13 grandchildren; 12 great-
grandchildren; and six great-
great-grandchildren.
Brown Funeral Home &
Crematory, Crystal River.

JeaneLLe
Hines, 87
INVERNESS
Jeanette Ann Hines, 87,
Inverness, died Friday, Dec. 30,
2005, in Arbor Trail Nursing
and Rehab Center
A native of Chicago, Ill., she
was born Oct. 27, 1918, to John
and Anna Sypena.
She came to.this area in 1963
from Tampa.
She was a bookkeeper for
Jim Walter Homes in Tampa
for 15 years and a member of
Our Lady of Fatima Parish in
Inverness.
She was preceded in death
by her husband, Norman, who
died Jan. 31, 2000.
Survivors include a sister,
Ella Parks, of Webster, N.Y.
Chas. E. Davis Funeral
Home with Crematory, Inver-
ness.

Walter
Marciniak, 88
INVERNESS
Walter Joseph Marciniak, 88,
Inverness, died Wednesday,
Dec. 4, 2005, at the Citrus
Health and Rehab Center of
Inverness.
He was born
July 16, 1917,
in Newark,
N.J., to Joseph
and Agatha
Marciniak
He moved to Citrus County
in 1992 from Lyndhurst, N.J.
Mr. Marciniak retired from
the General Motors .plant of
Clark, N.J., with 30 years of
service as an inspector
He also served in the U.S.
Navy, where he played in the
Navy's band.
Locally, he was a member of
the Citrus Community Band
and the Center Stage Band
where he played the flute, clar-
inet and saxophone.
He was preceded in death by
his wife, Anna Marciniak, who
died June 17, 1998. He was a
member of Ouir Tdy of Fatima
Parish.
Survivors include daughter
Dyan Sutton and husband Dr.
James Sutton of Chagrin Falls,
Ohio; grandson Timothy
Sutton; and his very special
friend, Harriet Carlson of
Inverness.
Chas. E. Davis Funeral
Home with Crematory, Inver-
ness.

Rolando-
Pagan, 65
INVERNESS
Rolando Alberto Pagan, 65,
Inverness, died Thursday, Dec.
29, 2005.
He was born April 9,1940, in
Puerto Rico to Eufemia and
Rosaura Pagan.
He worked as a 'printer for
more than 52 years and came
here from Roanoke, Va., in
2004.
Mr Pagan attended Benja-
min Franklin Pressman School
in New York, N.Y, and was a
member of the Spanish-
American Club in Inverness.
He enjoyed woodworking,
making birdhouses, benches
and shelves.
He attended the First
Assembly of God church in
Inverness.
Survivors include his wife of
43 years, Ada "Addy" Pagan, of
Inverness; daughters, Cindy
Pagan, of Dunnellon, and
Elaine Maldonado, of Jackson-
ville; brothers, Eufemio Pagan,
of New Jersey, and Jose Pagan,


of Massachusetts; sisters Car-
men Amaya, of California,
Onelia Pagan, of Tampa, and
Tirsa LaSanta, of Tampa; and
grandchildren Carlos Enrique
Maldonado and Jessica Kalani
Maldonado.
Hooper Funeral Homes &
Crematory, Inverness chapel.

Allen Tanguay, 65
BUSHNELL
Allen Roberts Tanguay, 65,
Bushnell, died Friday, Dec. 30,
2005.
He was born
in Middleboro,
Mass., and was
a tile setter in
the construc-
tion industry.
He served in the U.S. Air
Force from 1957 to 1961.
He was preceded in death by
his son, Kevin Tanguay, and his
brother, Mitchell Tanguay.
Survivors include his wife,
Dee Tanguay, of Bushnell; step-
sons, Michael Posey, of
Inverness, and Larry Posey, of
Bushnell; five grandchildren;
and three great-grandchildren.
Additional survivors include:
Barbara Bussi, of Somerville,
Mass.; Lorraine McReynolds,
of Largo; Patricia Chuckran, of
Bridgewater, Mass.: Ronald
Tanguay, of Weymouth; Roger
Tanguay, of Hospwell, Maine;
and Richard Tanguay, of
Homosassa.
Purcell Funeral Home,
Bushnell.

Nina Tyson, 47
OVIEDO
Nina Marie Tyson, 47,
Oviedo, died Friday, Dec. 30,
2005.
She was born
Feb. 2, 1958, in
Andersonville,
S.C., to Guy and
Ba rba r a
(Baker) Beatty.
She moved to
Central Flor-
ida in 1990
where she was Nina Tyson
a member of
the University Baptist Church
and employed by Martin-
Marietta as a software engi-
neer
She is survived by her hus-
band of 18 years, George R.
Tyson, of Oveido; sons, George
R. Tyson II and Dax G. Tyson;
mother,. Barbara Beatty, of
Crystal River; brothers, Jim
Beatty of Dunnellon, and John
Beatty ofAbingdon, Md.; sister,
,Lynn Beatty, of Crystal River.
Collison Family Funeral
Homes & Crematory, Howell
Branch Chapel, Winter Park

Masie
Wallace, 76
TALLAHASSEE
Masie Mae Rigdon Wallace,
76, Tallahassee, died Thursday,
Dec. 29,2005.
She was born in Deland and
was a longtime resident of
Tallahassee. She was a house-
keeper, and loved to keep her
grandchildren. She worked at
Posey's in Panacea until her
retirement.
She was preceded in death
by her husband, Raymond
'Wallace; daughter, .Sandra
Moss; and sister, Myrt Long.
Survivors include her son,
Ray Warren Wallace and wife
Lynn of Crystal River; daugh-

HEINZ FUNERAL HOME
& Cremation
Just like you...We're Family!







David Heinz & Family
341-1288
Inverness, Florida


ter, Brenda J. Allen and hi
band Gary of Tallahassee; fi
sisters, Myra Rigdon, Olam
Kirkland, Rene Rigdon a
Deborah Artilla, all of F<
Myers, and Violet Davis
Tallahassee; brother, Juni
Rigdon of Massachusetts; ni
grandchildren; 14 great-grai
children; and several nephew
nieces and great-nieces a
-nephews.
Culley's MeadowWo
Funeral Home, Tallahassee.

Harold
Warren, 69
HOMOSASSA
Harold J. Warren, 69, Ho
osassa, died Thursday, Dec.
2005, in Brooksville.
He was born Jan. 23, 1936,
Poughkeepsie, N.Y, to Har<
F and Margaret Engwil
Warren.
He was a retired control
for Alfa Laval in Mas
chusetts.
Mr Warren moved here f
years ago from Massachuset
He was a loving father a
grandfather. He was Catholi,
Survivors include his wife
41 years, Janet Laurids
Warren, of Honiosassa; s
Jeffrey Warren and \v iFe Ta
in. of ByField. Mass.: tli.
grandchildren, Daniel, Jar
and Tyler Warren; sisi
Patricia Crocker and husba
Thomas .of Colorado Sprin
Colo.; and stepmother Jo:
Warren, of Poughkeepsie. N.
Memorials in his name n
be sent to The Americ
Cancer Society. Citrus Cou:
Unit, PO. Box 1902,.Invern
FL 34451.
Wilder Funeral Hor
Homosassa Springs.
FuneralNOTICE1


Grace Cacioppo. A funeral
mass for Grace Cacioppo will
be held 10 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 3,
2006, at Our Lady of Grace
Catholic Church with services
conducted by the Rev George
Jingwa. Burial will be in Fero
Memorial Gardens Cemetery
under the direction of Fero
Funeral Home. Visitation will
be held from 9 a.m. until
departing for the funeral mass.
Walter Joseph Marciniak.
The mass of Christian burial
will be offered 10 a.m. Friday,
Jan. 6, 2006, from Our Lady of
Fatima 'Catholic Church.
Following services, friends are
cordially invited to attend a
reception at the Van Der Valk
Restaurant, 4543 E. Windmill
Drive, Inverness Lakeside Golf
and Country Club.
Allen Roberts Tanguay.
There will be visitation from 2
to 4. p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 4,
2006, at Purcell Funeral Home
Chapel, Bushnell.
Nina Marie Tyson. The
funeral service will be 11 a.m.
Monday, Jan. 2, 2006, at the
University Baptist Church,
14707 Sussex Drive, Orlando,
(407) 273-2227, with Pastor
Warren Fox officiating. In lieu
of flowers, the family suggests
donations be sent to C3 Colo-
rectal Cancer Foundation,
www.c-three.org, (202) 244-2906
and Lance Armstrong
Foundation, www.livestrong
.org, (512) 236-8820. Services
entrusted to Collison Family
Funeral Homes & Crematory,
Howell Branch Chapel, Winter
Park, (407) 678-4500.


qu-1
CAN..


'0


--


* -


00


* "2"


m a


* .


-


- a-- -
.0 S.


--'"Copyrighted Material -


- Syndicated Content _


Available from Commercial News Providers"


d 4
0c 0







m o- ow."D
41b .00


a- Oa -


- - - -
* 0

S.. --


- - - -
- e- a --


- -w- %--
a--glo --OE


- 0 0


0 -


. a- do- ---w -

0. 0 -~


- 0


b-


NOW accepting new patients!
Medicare assignments and
most insurances accepted.

Dr. Imad Tarabishy, MJD.
Orthopedic Surgeon

131 So. Citrus Ave., 2nd Floor InvernesS, FL 34452
(352) 341-4500 .


Family Owned Service







S+ +irtckland
Funeral Home and Crematory
www.stricklandfuneralhome.com Since 1962
352-795-2678 1901 SE HwY. 19 CRYSTAL RIVER, FL 344235


The Dignity Memorial'M mark
symbolizes respect. But then
-again, it symbolizes so much'
more. It's a sign of trust.
superior quality standards, and'
attentive care in the funeral,
cremation, and cemetery
profession. With membership
by invitation only, Dignity,
memorial is the world's largest'
network of funeral and
cremation providers and?
signifies a higher level of
funeral care.
SService Beyond Expectation
FERO FUNERAL HOME
WITH CREMATORY
Beverly Hills (352) 746-4551
FERO MEMORIAL GARDENS
CEMETERY Beverly Hills
(352) 746-4646 (352) 489-9613
FERO FUNERAL HOME
WITH CREMATORY
Dunnellon (352) 489-5363
WILDER FUNERAL HOME
Homosassa (352) 628-3344
www.dignitymemorial.com


Obituaries


b bl
aw"Plow


-

c- a


* .-.


* .0.
- ~- '0
-~ a


-~ -


- -


- -.0 qp .111

a--..Nab





* 0..
0 --


- ,mm S


- - -


S*0


Ak -,i n x


I


o


*- -


r s


*


S


- -*


- -


*









NT A~I'TC'~1%I SUNDAY, JANUARY 1, 2006 7A


CITrRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


0091an


~0 mom
a ,4% -N

-M -- qq i -


* o m
a- -


w4m


a.
4b


f-



-< em *






"Copyrighted Material

SSyni ted Cntent


-* Syndicated Content
a o


Available from'Commercial News


- b -


- 5am


40- a a
a a-.0

41.

- a.
_____ S a.


-m. -
- a r a-
~c a a.S-


* a


-dip


-0 40 0. 1b a.
- --oh. --- .
S -GNP S

.do *a- 41 -
0 f 0-m



a. 4lb


mm


qqm


a41b -0 *' w

a - 41D


-NO-



- a e
a-.N
S


h _I MI


Providers







4m ft- f. -
a -

41"O ft f



-m4
W -
- a -- *- -


Thu break it hybrid wr bhuy In mey


doe


- n



-

a


- .-


p

- a a.
a
-a

S

00 -

a.
~ina


O-NO a-mob


- a-
a -


- 41.- "m
4ft 41 ..m


-L
- .s



UP





* -mo z


*


-a.

40 -
a -

a
- a.


-.d
*4b.
-
a -



a- -'


a -


a- m
a- a-NO dP 41- a

-0--Iw o, a 4b.

aain4w a a - S 0
O ed l. 4D
~ a- -I - -a


-~ -


a -
S-- -





QS-a.=0
.00 -"b
a -NANN w-.4ol
ab.- aa
SIMON,


Dr. Richard Weisenburger, D.O., F.O.C.O.O.
& Dr. Denis Grillo, D.O., F.O.C.O.O.
Board Certified Facial Plastic Surgeons

Csorina Aatra/l -cautq...
NhMicrodefmabrasion Cosmetic Pharmaceuticals
S* Wrnkle Treatmerts-lnlectable Fillers
' B,:,l.:., Colla -er. C. im.:,iFla. C.:.m .:.ij rm
R. t,lar.e.Pclari, e PaIajnce
Facial Esthetic Surgeries
Eyelds Facelfts Lipc.iuction .awv & Neck
.lini LruL Noi I.jb; Ch.n & Cheek Imrrplanri
f"" 1^* Scar Revisions Skin C.arctr Rerr.j.al
Protruding Ears %,/SpEcial Emphasi orn
SLip Augmrntation A :;tht..: Repair
9 "Relax & Recover After Surgery In The
Nature Coast"
Free Consultations Ready To Perscnnall Etalua.e &
POri. ,' V.-ir J- rhb r.,.- N1 ,d


ar 1. 5 i.ar In Ctrain c rr Lnunn p -iir e


SAVE BIG $ $ $

ON THE BEST INSTALLATION IN TOWN

EFFECTIVE JAN. 22, 2006 NEW LAWS REQUIRE
HIGHER SEER RATINGS, COSTING YOU EXTRA $$$.
PERMIT YOUR JOB NOW AND SAVE !I
For professional and reliable
SAir Conditioning Service, you can depend
on Citrus Air & Electric, Inc.


CHARLES A. WENTZELL

OWNER
1/2 off UV Air Sterlizer
W/purchase of new A/C Equipment.
Offer valid til Feb. 28, 2006 with this ad.


I State Licensed & Insured
- I CAC1813587 EC13001503


r


-G


lid


SUNb;AY, JANUARY IL, 2006.7AA


NTkATITONr


mo
-- 0











.- l -gam



aw -aw da"*f

4- - -4

CP
a r-- S


4


r


Wo,







CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


bee
hssm

q W0 w*
m- 00- -f-


ima ft o

-


- b0- = -


- GP- 1


"CopyrightelMd Materi
1 ig a rial


- Syndicated Content


- -
0 b -- S.
qb
db mmmS
amp .~-


Available from Commercial News Providers'.
-ta. at --.W a 6 -


.
- .


- -, -
s-low
-4b.
*-.5* a -4100
~- -- __4b


4bw - "m*4D- b a e o


~ ___
41 a* .40 Oo&- =g-
L- -~ m
-~ -


ft S 41 0S t w -410 do- 1b tw 4
4000 0mb -wlm 0M b o* Reo
S- 4% ft 4=0 0 - 0
NOW 4 a *O


400 *dw Sp qm --
S.

- *dal 4 4mo
-am o l o S
0 -.00-m m-o

-m 0 E-4oom fba
oow a aM =m *
am*


2005
Continued irom Page 1A

identify sexual predators
before they calr hairm children
DeCarlo said the Internet
has opened the door fori sexual
predators to prey on children.
They can strike from the corm-
fort of their living room using a
computer
While developing the
Predator Unit. DeCarlo said lhe
contacted other law enforce-
ment agencies in Florida and
other states to see how they
were handling sex offender
investigations.
"I found because of the
Lunsford case they were either
updating the way they did busi-
ness. and some \\were creating
special units, just like we (lid."
DeC'arlo said.
The unit. which consists of
DCarlo, Detective Jon Seffern
l.data analyst Sherry tCook,
I.kso on sex offenders regu-
la. The sheriff's office's
highest priority offenders are
those who have victimized chil-
dren 12 years old or younger
The sheriff's office visits those
101 offenders monthly The
other 85 offenders are visited
quarterly
There were 211 offenders in
Citrus County at the time of
Jessie's disappearance.
DeCarlo said some have moved
away. Others are now in jail.
Uniformed patrol deputies
assist with the monitoring.
When they arrive at the offe nd-
er's home they take with them
a photo of the person and a
checklist telling them what to
look for They make a note of
what model vehicles are in the
yard, if the offender has
changed his appearance, any
new tattoos, changes in hair
color, etc.
The accused murderer of
Jessie was a sexual offender
who had moved into her neigh-
borhood without telling the


BRIAN LaPETER Cr.r.n,,:le
Media outlets from all over the country descended on tiny
Homosassa in 2005 to cover the Jessica Lunsford case.


sheriff's office about his
change of address. John Couey
is awaiting trial on first-degree
murder, kidnapping and sexual
assault charges.
Increased awareness
DeCarlo said the Predator
Unit also investigates com-
plaints. by the public about sus-
picious people. The unit is
searching for a man who has
exposed himself to women in
store parking lots. He threw a
pornographic magazine at one
woman.
Residents frequently call
about suspicious vehicles park-
ing near school bus stops. They
stake out the bus stops in hopes
of idenitfying the suspects. The
idea is to be proactive, DeCarlo
said. The number of calls to the
unit is increasing. DeCarlo said
the unit gets several calls a day.
"People are more sensitive
after the Jessica Lunsford
case," he said.
Bob O'Brien, director of the
Missing Children's Division of
the National Center for
Missing and Exploited
Children (NCMEC), said three
investigators from Team Adam
were brought to Homosassa as
consultants soon after Jessie
went missing. They assisted the
sheriff's office.
Team Adam consultants are


retired law enforcement offi-
cers experienced in missing
and abducted children's' cases.
Team Adam has deployed 210
times in 42 states since its
inceptioni in 2003. Of the 238
iiiissing children tile team was
sent to find, 216 were located
Forty-four of the 216 victims
were found dead and 28 of the
44 were homicide victims like
Jessie.
On Jan. 29,2003, Team Adam
was launched by the Center for
Missing and Exploited Child-
ren as a result of a donation by
the Michael and Susan. Dell
Foundation. The team was
named after the abducted and
murdered son of NCMEC
cofolunders, John and Reve'
Walsh.
Jessie's muirdei: due to its
brutal nature, has had a pow-


JESSICA LUNSFORD ACT
The Jessica Lunsford Act provides for the following:
Increases the penalty for lewd and lascivious molestation of
a child to lhte in prison or a split sentence of a mandatory
"miniImum 25-year prison term, followed by lifetirre supervi-
.sion-with electronic monitoring;.
increasesses, from 20 to 30 years, the period of time before a .
sexual predator is allowed to petition to have the sexual -_
predatory designation removed.
a Increases sexual predator and sexual offender registration
Sand reporting requirements. .
0 Sexual predators who murder their victims now qualify for
the death penalty in capital cases. '
Designates failing to re-register' s a sexual offender or sexu-
al predator, or assisting a sexual predator or sexual offender;
as a third.degree felony.
Requires those already convicted of sex crimes to have elec-
Stronic monitoring for the remainder of their probation.
' Requires all county misdemeanor probation officials to .
Search theqsexual offender registry when a newoffender is
. assigned to them.


ertui impact on law enforce
ment, according to O'Brien.
S"The tragic circumstances ii
the Lunsford case have mtade
many dlepaitments examine
how they approached missing
child 'cases," O'Brien said
"She was found in her owi
neighborhood and she ma:
have been alive during the
search."
O'Brien said he based hi;
observation about Jessie possi
bly being alive during thi
search on nledia reports on tih
case. He said he can't tall
about the case itself.
Sheriff's office spokes


woman Gail Tierney said
investigators have never been
able to establish an ironclad
Timeline sihow\ing how\ long
Jessie w\as alive after she was
abducted from her bedroom.
She said Dawsy has always
said Couey was never, able to
recall details of the crime from
his "drug-induced haze."
Jessica Lunsford Act
O'Brien said Jessie's father,
Mark Lunsford, has been suc-


cessfiil in raising public aware-
ness about his daughter's inur-
der and lobbying for legislation
to take repeat offenders like
Coue.y off the street
Lunstbrd and Daw\sy lobbied
foi the Jessica Lunsford Act.
which increased penalties i-r
sexual predators and sex
offenders and implemented
stronger reporting require-
iients.
DeCarlo said the Intense
focus on sex offenders at the
sheriffs' office is making Citrus
County safer for children, but
lie worries about the offenders
lie doesn't klow\ about.
From a statistical standpoint.
it's unlikely a Lunsford-type
irlurder \\ill ever occur agai!i
in Citrus County, DeCarlo said,
but lie can make no such
assumption in his line of \ori.
"Could it happen again. Mloit
certainly. It's the individuals
we haven't caught yet'"
DeCarlo said. "It's the con-
plaints we get at the IGMartl
the Va-Mailrt about suspects
tr'yig to make contact with
children, or the cars parked at
school bus stops. Those are thle
so-called time bombs. Thev
become more brazen as time
goes on."
But he added. 'We're out
there. We're trying our damnc-
est."


I
l
Le
9-
d.
rn
Y
5

is


lk


- Isle of Capri Biloxi Sun Cruz Philadelphia Atlantic City Seminole
cksbug, MS, Is BACK! PortCanaveral ississippi 6 Days, 5 Nites Hardrock
Jckdsb1urg, MS, Juyill At Pearl River Resort Januy4.2006
Stli9 I ms&Hreso-s 4 Days/Nights Aprl 9, 2006 J .
J PKUpOnly Januay 22 Febuary26
17 9 `2 0 $179, $43 9,o
S179O c.,so Ca i rDaa.l PPo CaiforDeab Call For Details 20 -o,
Tunica Washington Cabaret SterlingCruise Smoky .Biloxi
6Days/5 N'ites Aa Shon PalaLe :-. :'." : Mountain Mississippi
CnFeibr r ls .2 a :. Gambling Imperial Palace
w^f 1.7n ... Pflc Ha te Hn*rid Clmm-
S26 709 '2709 '" .0 p ." i Da"














MURRAY FEISS


PUT A STOP TO

Oh, myAchingBack!


Medicare and Most Commercial Insurances Accepted
SCertified Technicians We File Your Insurance Claims

Finally, a real solution for lower back pain.
Offered Exclusively at Sunshine Medical
Introducing the new IDD TherapyT, a revolutionary
medical treatment for the relief of low back pain from
herniated discs, degenerative disc disease and facet
syndrome. No surgery. No injections.
IDD TherapyTM has been proven more than 86%
successful and is effective even when all other
treatments, including surgery, have failed.
t !Ask your doctor about IDD TherapyTM
or call us for a free consultation.

Sunshine Medical of North Florida, Inc.
S3909 N. Lecanto Hwy., Suite B Beverly Hills, FI 34465
> 352-527-2287 www.iddtherapy.com


- a


.- Q-


I J I lV iY OU R &i


BLIND
WE'LL MEET OR BEATANY COMPETITORS PRICE
FAST DELIVERY PROFESSIONAL STAFF


SFACTORY


In Home Consulting
FValances
F E Installation







LECANTO -TREETOPS PLAZA* 1657 W GULF TO LAKE HWY
HOiRS: MON.-FR1.9.AM -5PM g I
Evenings andWeekends byAppolnment L foo r I' oo*a! 4c
. l^


ffL I gm I I w I %.w %J ff9L Cbl I M&A w = N- Lc 11 1
Fi ee 1 77-604,4822 352-597-4822 -5331 Comm erci al \ay iiiiig #I 14 Sni-i n- I im. id 3 ju(i


5UNDAN,~u\\ JANU"Y 1~ 2006


b


low -


6


r
r


I







CrrRUS COUNTY (FL) C E


-'"Copyrighted Material 9


2 y. Syndicated Content

Available from Commercial News Providers"


40mumm 0 womm- m r





40M -m

-- -mI


S0m a



O mC --
GI
w SaO


- -






-- r. ,
%miss a



ampaow
Q a a
4WO4


STORM CATCHER SCREENS
IntroducingThe Strongest Most Versatile
Storm System Now Available

Call
-4 About
S '- -Our Off
Season'
Specials

*Withstands winds up to.165 mph Passed all Dade County & new
Blocks 97% of wind & rain Florida building code rest
:* Stronger than most shutters Visibility from inside looking our
S11 hr weight & maintenance free

For More Ca 352-628-0477 E-Mail doberski52@msn.com




ORTHOPAEDIC

Andrew J Petrella, M.D.
Si .. Constantine A. Toumbis, M.D., Ph.D.:
S Is pleased to welcome two new Physician Assistants.,
Dave and John have a combined 23 years of orthopaedic
experience and a wealth of clinical based knowledge to
S enhance the services at Citrus Orthopaedic.

i!
"I



David Newton, PA-C John 0. Grooms, PA-C
Citrus Orthopaedic and Joint Institute. PA
Specializing in
General Orthopaedics
; Total Hips & Knees
Spine Surgery
i Foot and Ankle
Call 352-563-9959 for an appointment


CA1ARACT &
";!."- LASER INSTITUTE
"-- "Excellence... with love"

FREE
HEALTH SCREENING
In Association With:
S Jay D. Newcomer, OD
BI Friday, Jan. 6th
Vision Cataract .
Glaucoma
,: .Blood Pressure
Eyeglass Adjustments

Beverly Hills Eye Clinic
3636 N. Lecanto Hwy., Beverly Hills,
6 For an appointment call: 352-746-0800
THE PATIENTAND ANY OTHER PERSON RESPONSIBLEFOR PAYMENT HASA RIGHTTO REFUSE TO PAY, CANCEL
PAYMENT, OR BE REIMBURSED FOR PAYMENT FOR ANY OTHER SERVICES, EXAMINATION, OR TREATMENTTHAT
IS PERFORMED AS A RESULT OF AND WITHIN 72 HOURS OF RESPONDING TO THEADVERTISEMENT FOR THE
FREE, DISCOUNTED FEE, OR REDUCED FEE SERVICE, EXAMINATION, OR TREATMENT.


1n


25% lower sodium
center sliced
smoked
h, ,4-^1,


16 oz.
Fisherman'a Wharf
tilapia
f l~C


iam steak illtiE
0 -



save uptI.l$3 99 en 2e lbs.. arve up to $5 99 on 2
Swith cad wjth casd




WINN DIXIEE


Getting better all the Time
WWW.Winxl-dixie.com QAMjTmYRnoiEia ED R (mP'RImHTe W DMEWeI EhOfl OREaWI CB


all natural
pork
tenderloin


save up to $599 on 2 Is.
wan eCd


----------- ---- ------ --- ---- ---- ------ --


SUNDY, JANu-Ay 1_20106,0^e


j-Tc~ r-... ~\ r.,..~


% .


NATION


4









10A
SUNDAY
JANUARY 1, 2006
www.chronicleonline.com


-


--
No&m - Q
S- -
do 0 o a m4
%a
epIm *Go emee e


Sm-t'
a we po e


- -4= 4
-m o w-
* w -
S-
0 m
2-

r-


40asm d- b
~- -
-
-- -




a d alo 4 1. -


-~ -
&am -





dm -.


cityto





w U-

I ~II H
ow:e c-'a.... .

-----woo'-m-OW,* I l


- ~ --
- maa m m



* a *up. "Gmo
A b







amm


C ob-
-
1 ~L








4b 40

- C


-l -, Cl

--
.

I -- ,-
OEM0 -ftoom -

CC r

a- r



- -,



*C --



L C

~ - W C
dosomm4 ru
*A t U dm
samom
4ba-fp4mo apf
00 40#AD 0t 4





qw amlow dt





4b

so UMftom
amfopa
ft l S tr
ablaft a


,ITf1om!tIom erciaiiN


mm -t"m pam
-

-- -


- -
am - -
-I . -
emp a qwmv C


&= rrw

CL-CI
S) -
- 4 -00M041f


1
-) *

*- -
am = lo


sw m b -
o aC -


&*efImi 3 bImmf


- 4
-- I
- C-
CC
C
C Cc *

CC _

-t ~
--

C
Cno __ _0

*1m -. 5- ________


ob am -

mm 0 ooo -
IL mmm-*
a Coa lp* an
'cL


-
414 -D-
o-
b 0

~ r
C


-C-
40M o m m w


Di-


t



's Providers"






s- -
-rU k^
^^^I^ I^^^^^


jm


- *0*o
.--


U-rbrr


4 r 4=0 W
T .- -r

-~ -C
0 b 4e0


-C ~
-


-- C
*




" Lo=0
a 4 4
eSm C -


-L C ~


*, -



- C,
Crso -mww -Cm

-~ I -

C -C
-mo -




1-4m b 4


Bibs






dm doom
S- d




w "
-4-m G *~
aim m
0 4spw jwj'


U -u --- -~ -ll-~L- -L~


I I _ _~I _


b


bow


Ilk\ T,



N4L]-O-Fnx-


4

maim









D'oh!
I Miami reflects
on itc bowl
disaster.
PAGE
5B


ports


B
SUNDAY
JANUARY 1, 2006
W* Wh I:hiol.ril r l rrl c,1Oilm


CITRUS COUNTYa


Sports BRIEFS
Holiday deadlines
after sports coverage
Due to early deadlines for the
New Year's holiday, today's
sports coverage does not reflect
events from the late afternoon
or evening.


2005 rouoball Player of the Year



Simply Unsoppable


- fto or *a___
4o* 4b ao 41
mon-MIM ab q
wo a 4ow-r I ~


Antoin Scriven ran for nealry 1,500 rushing yards in his first year as a Hurricane.
Citrus'freshman Antoin Sciven dominated his first varsity season


Ip Omsk g l Ub ,b/go
am ow alNo liO -



Bulls



shut



down

(rVa F-lF
-1 I. B

te^'^w


ANDY MARKS
amarks@chronicleonline.com
Clhronicle
Some running backs just
have it.
What is "it" you ask?
It is the oh-so-rare ability
to see holes before they open:
to dodge tackles the split sec-
ond betor'e the tackler was
aware he ever even had a
shot.
It's not speed. It isn't
power, either.
.It's finesse. It's vision. It's
instinct.
It's a zone that only special
backs can elevate into and
when tlhe do, they're seeing
the game in slow-motion
while everyone else on the
field sees it at till speed.
Walter Payton had it. Barry
Sanders had it. Emmnitt Smith
had it.
Antoin Scriven has it
And he's only a freshman.


"It" made its debut in Week
1 against Lecanto. \when
Scriken exploded onto the
scene with an eye-popping
282 yards and 2 touchdowns
By the end ofScriven's first
varsity season, it had enabled
him to dart, dash, dance and
juke his way for nearly 1,500
rushing yards while playing
mostly against ath-
letes three years N Chroi
-older than him. ........alJ-co
It is the reason footb
Scriven was the run- team
away choice for PA(
Chronicle Player of
the Year
'So tell us, Antoin, \~hat is
"it"?
"At first, by the play we
pick. I automatically know
which man to look out for
because we go over that in
practice," Scriven readily
explained, "which hole to go
through and which man to
watch out for."


OK, so practice has a lot to
do with it. but everybody
practices. So don't kid us,
Antoin, we Iknow it's more
than just practice.
"I don't know." he
shrugged. "I guess it just
comes to you. I don't know
how I do it."
Here's a theory: Maybe "it"
is in Scriven's blood.
nicle Afterall, his uncle
Lurty.... is .Citrus legend
all Larry Key. Key
rushed for 2.953
ME 5B yards at Florida
State, led the
Seminoles to a 1977
Tangerine Bowl win with
nearly 300 total yards, led the
nation in all-purpose yards
the same year and in 1984
was inducted into the FSU
Hall of Fame.
There's no doubt Key had
it. Problem is, lie can't really
put it into words either.
"I did a lot of things that I


really can't even explal .,.
myself," laughed Key, ho
now lives in St. Petersburg. "I
think it's just instinct. It's
God-given, being able to
make a move and anticipate
before things happen. You've
just got to believe it's going to
be there and go for it. It's
something you can't really
teach."
Scriven's coach. Citrus
head coach Rik Haines.
remembers exactly when he
first became aware of it.
"The first time he carried
the ball in fall practice."
Haines said without pause.
"He was by far the best tall-
back we had."
Just like Scriven and Key.
Haines who has coached
football at just about every
level for some 35 years -
can't quite find the words to
describe his freshman tail-
Please see SCRIVEN/Page 5B


N -S


Bu answering critics


._~. o ......... .. .i. .




'Copyrighted Material



Syndicated Content


Available from Commercial News Providers"



1 hAnh. (CdIVliacrs oi1 4T nd-hNI ^wLne with r7-M din


-- -I


--


*'


)n
X


40 -lll- ft :::::.. ;;1, *-r









jC 3 JINUND JANUL A RY 1, J Z


NH Crsby saves the day


-~L
.-4 m w-@Pp
-w a U a-
__ -m -o o'm -


*- m- -
c~ -- I . --
410 400 -- *w mom 4b 4





aC ____
4- ft rndm





S-- a r
- a o D OP6 -41 ,Il
a~W 410
a4M.- -

a dompmom* -
a m N.0mw ap a
460 aqb -om dW fmomw 44 u
41 -. 4p- - a 4w s 0
- m oeta s w m bau


weano 4 a w -a

-Ndp" -.No
qpp p -om am 1

:=E, mI
eI .



- C


- -0
4o dmmlaw mm






* --Cme

--
dq m w


--m



c 10




4 a d
m W m m O



l-m, #m can

--
0 4b 000* 4mum, 4


--



--~


iIrnWb' a---


- ON


dmdmmm GM WM

aw, no 41 4f
4 D .qfg




0M4010 1, 400
rm
stm m omui


MO qmm P -=
op V- 0* m" gg-


fto Mf ow0 ao ft
4mmw 4 - 4



Available


--1 -
Sa 4op0at =1-
- --
- 4posE
ows a, 1b low avo
a
dom -o nme p


a m
aisa- NaNoaO



I~ a

-
41m. 4MM w dds


-o -a 4


a~ .r
-om n

SE -

---
MO ampammosm a

d m ,a

all,4- -

MIN 0 400-q
-ome 0 anomet & :f
am low0 4e -osum som
a w dllo
-S aWID m va.4w
a0o 4W an 0
4W r=








a=
One a -




n do aen domeipon

-=low




O
-t~ 00- I-
AN-OM- MOM ~ 41
-o a
Iw 410110 40

- WAM00-MEN

ne aswow- go Own
-, pC


'amo 4b

a a a*
--Ndm 40mmodam 0


su W NCAAs D m bmC



ON.-
e-4 0OA- 1Ma






tedMaterial
ted Material 0


ad

Ier

en


gont



cial Ne


*


-f


-_ -
CI a a
a C)

ftIONEW fwomm, qu

-, a a ,




aa
-4 a "as
49 mioa 4b IM

so.Wam 0









S- aI



,- a-

C-- r
6 m m
b O Wa
O m o t o ... 4 00




44pe 40a a-0 a

mo am NO oo -

4b amw- 4OM-


an mm 4b *


0a -
bw am-
O -C~ a

OT. -0 GO






~~ C.
- Ma mmonia






40upow, demo f
-~ ~ ~ rEEE
a1 --
0 -- 40 a

317 n b




-- p
a40 wo- 0 g






~~ -L 1
400puawa





r0

C~ a
= 40 l0 is4900 a
awa-sm 4

= m00 am M-on-o

a *6lgi a smowa



- *I


o a -) -

-
ento

.Moa
ft 4 "W -a




-m-0 -4 o G
L S -lrv es



a

a a 4- 0 4p
gna w
-" II r~ w.^
-- a
S- S - mr-~ --
= I


- ~ m


-b--
____a fE
a 0 moq-
0 40 s 4 o a4

wd owb41-


amm


m



4- Q


-~ -
-
~a I
*__ _
-4r ,r6~


Copy igh



Synd icatl



fromClomm


wma ft 0
- w
domo 0a o-4W 4
4-a

womu ft aaso

-C r
--


O- Mas

as4




-~w m a m-


Qwp -ams
ahlo 40a Q
m a
4- ac

S- -




qmww am doom
r -

I~ *C

4sm 4ba

GOM wnanap vip
- -
c -- -
a aOa


bo- -
ftm 4bab o m
fto wM a
"a dam wo bo


&W n, I M,
:'Am,:


CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


SrPORTs


!2R qITWnA-.1 TAr-JTTARV 1 2006


No "Hwo










SPORrs


BASKETBALL

NBA
All Times EST
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W L Pet GB
New Jersey 17 12 .586 -
Philadelphia 15 14 .517 2
Boston 11 17 .393 5%
Toronto 8 22 .267 9%
New York 7 21 .250 9Y
Southeast Division
W L Pet GB
Miami 18 13 .581 -
Orlando :12 15 .444 4
Washington 12 16 .429 4%
Charlotte 10 20 .333 7Y%
Atlanta 7 21 .250 9%
S Central Division-
W L Pcet GB
'Detroit 24 4 .857 -
SCleveland 18 10 .643 6
Milwaukee 16 11 .593 7%
Indiana 15 12 .556 8%
Chicago 12 16 .429 12
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Southwest Division
W L Pct GB
San Antonio 23 7 .767 -
;..Dallas 21 8 .724 1Y2
Memphis 18 10 .643 4
New Orleans 12 16 .429 10
Houston 10 17 .370 11%
Northwest Division
W L Pct GB
Minnesota 14 13 .519 -
Denver 14 16 .467 1%
Seattle .13 15 .464 1%
-Utah 13 16 .448 2
Portland 10 19 .345 5
Pacific Division
W L Pot GB
Phoenix 18 10 .643
L.A. Clippers 16 11 .593 1%
Golden State 16 14 .533 3
L.A. Lakers 15 14 .517 3%/
Sacramento 12 17 .414 6%
Friday's Games
Miami 128, Washington 113
Toronto 99, Indiana 97
Orlando 107, Minnesota 87
Phoenix 110, Charlotte 100
New Jersey 99, Atlanta 91
Milwaukee 113, New York 108
Golden State 111, Dallas 109
Sacramento 116, Boston 112
Memphis 93, Portland 90
Saturday's Games
Cleveland 97, Detroit'84
Phoenix at Chicago, 7 p.m.
Dallas vs. New Orleans at Oklahoma
City, 7 p.m.
Golden State at Houston, 7 p.m.
Philadelphia at Utah, 8 p.m.
Memphis at Seattle, 9 p.m.
San Antonio at Denver; 9 p.m.
Boston at L.A. Clippers, 9:30 p.m.
Sunday's Games
Minnesota at Miami, 6 p.m.
L.A. Clippers at Portland, 9'p.m.
Utah at L.A. Lakers, 9:30 p.m.
Monday's Games
Seattle at Indiana, 7 p.m.
Phoenix at New York, 7:30 p.m.
Charlotte vs. New Orleans at Oklahoma
City, 8 p.m.
Milwaukee at Chicago, 8:30 p.m.
Boston at Denver, 9 p.m.
Cavaliers 97, Pistons 84
DETROIT (84)
.Prince.2-12 0-0 4, R.Wallace 9-17 0-2
21, B.Wallace 4-7 3-4 11, Billups 2-11 9-10
14, R.Hamilton 7-17 7-8 21, McDyess 4-8
2-3 10, Delfino 0-2 1-2 1, Arroyo 1-3 0-0 2,
Evans 0-4 0-0 0. Totals 29-81:22-29 84.
.CLEVELAND (97)
James. 11-226-7 30, Gooden 4-7,4-4 12,
I. -Igauskas 5-16 8-9 18, Snow 2.6 2-2 6,
Hughes 7-10 1-4 16, Jones 0-4 0-0 0,
Marshall 5-13 0-0 13, Newble 1-2 0-0 2,
Henderson 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 35-80 21-26
97.
Detroit 20 20 2321- 84
Cleveland 21 33 2716- 97
3-Point Goals-Detroit 4-20 (R.Wallace
3-8, Billups 1-6, Delfino 0-1, Prince 0-2,
Evans 0-3), Cleveland 6-18 (Marshall 3-7,
James 2-5, Hughes 1-3, Jones 0-3).
-Fouled Out-None. Rebounds-Detroit 55
.(B.Wallace 18), Cleveland 54 (Gooden
13). Assists-Detroit 17 (Billups 4),
Cleveland 16 (James 7). Total Fouls-
Detroit 19, Cleveland 22. Technicals-
R.Wallace, McDyess. A-20,562 (20,562).

NCAA Basketball
Top 25 Fared
Saturday
1. Duke (12-0) beat North Carolina-
Greensboro 102-69. Next: vs. Bucknell,
Monday.
2. Connecticut (11-0) did not play. Next:
at Marquette, Tuesday..
3. Villanova (8-0) vs. Temple. Next: at
SNo. 10 Louisville, Thursday.
4. Memphis (11-1) did not play. Next: vs.
No. 15 Texas, Monday.
5. Florida (12-0) did not play. Next: vs.
'Morgan State, Tuesday.
6. Illinois (14-0) did not play. Next: vs.
No. 9 Michigan State, Thursday.
7. Washington (11-0) Next: vs. Arizona.
Next: vs. Cornell, Monday.
8. Gonzaga (9-3) vs. Saint Joseph's.
Next: at Saint Mary's, Calif..
S9. Michigan State (12-2) beat Coppin
State 78-54. Next: at No. 6 Illinois,
Thursday.
10. Louisville (10-1) at Miami. Next: vs.
No. 3 Villanova, Thursday.
11. UCLA (11-1) vs. California. Next: at
Arizona, Thursday.
12. George Washington (8-1) did not
.play Next: at Temple, Wednesday..
i, 13. Boston College (10-2) beat Rhode
'Island 78-56. Next: vs. Massachusetts,
' Tuesday.
14. Oklahoma (7-2) vs. Alabama. Next:
Sat SMU, Tuesday.
15. Texas (10-2) did not play. Next: at
No. 4 Memphis, Monday.
16. Maryland (9-2) vs. VMI. Next: vs.
- 'Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, Wednesday.
17. Indiana (7-2) at Ball State. Next: vs.
Michigan, Tuesday.
. 18. Kentucky (9-3) did not play. Next: vs.
' Central Florida, Tuesday.
19. N.C. State (11-1) did not play. Next:
. vs. North Carolina-Greensboro, Tuesday.
20. Nevada(10-1) at Saint Mary's, Calif..
Next: at Hawaii, Thursday.
21. Ohio State (10-0) beat LSU 78-76.
Next: vs. Penn State, Thursday.
22. Wake Forest (10-2) did not play.
Next: vs. East Carolina, Tuesday.


23. North Carolina (7-2) did not play.
-,Next: vs. Davidson, Tuesday. .
-" 24. Wisconsin (10-1) at Pittsburgh. Next:
_--,vs. Iowa, Thursday.
.. 25. West Virginia (8-3) did not play. Next:
.at South Florida, Thursday.
No. 1 Duke 102,
UNC-Greensboro 69
DUKE (12-0)
McRoberts 6-8 3-3 15, Williams 6-9 8-8
21, Paulus 2-5 2-2 6, Redick 10-16 9-9 35,
Dockery 3-7 0-0 6, Pocius 3-6 1-2,10,
J.Davidson 0-0 0-0 0, Melchionni 1-4 0-0 3,
Boykin 0-0 4-4 4, Perkins 0-0 0-0 0,
Boateng 1-1 0-0 2, .Johnson 0-0 0-0 0.
, Totals 32-56 27-28 102.
UNC-GREENSBORO (7-6)
Akinosho 0-0 0-0 0, Hines 6-14 8-11 20,
SJohnson 1-3.0-0 3, Hickman 9-15 4-6 23,
Oleksiak 6-10 0-0 14, Simmons 0-4 0-0 0,
Tooms 2-3 0-0 4, McClenny 1-3 0-0 3,
Beckford 0-1 2-2 2, Moore 0-1 0-0 0. Totals


or the record


On the AIRWAVES


TODAY'S SPORTS
BASKETBALL
4 p.m. (FSNFL) Women's College Basketball UCLA at Stanford.
(Live)
FOOTBALL
1 p.m. (6 CBS) NFL Football Miami Dolphins at New England
Patriots. From Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Mass, (Live) (CC)
(13 FOX) (51 FOX) NFL Football New Orleans Saints at Tampa
Bay Buccaneers. From Raymond James Stadium in Tampa (Live)
(CC)
4 p.m. (1.0 CBS) NFL Football Tennessee Titahs at Jacksonville
Jaguars. From ALLTEL Stadium in Jacksonville (Live) (CC)
(13 FOX) (51 FOX) NFL Football Washington Redskins at
Philadelphia Eagles. From Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia.
(Live) (CC)
8:30 p.m. (ESPN) NFL Football St. Louis Rams at Dallas
Cowboys. From Texas Stadium in Irving, Texas. (Live) (CC)


25-54 14-19 69.
Halftime-Duke 59-37. 3-Point Goals-
Duke 11-22 (Redick 6-11, Pocius 3-5,
Williams 1-1, Melchionni 1-2, Dockery 0-1,
Paulus 0-2), UNC-Greensboro 5-16
(Oleksiak 2-5, Johnson 1-1, McClenny 1-2,
Hickman 1-4, Tooms 0-1, Simmons 0-3).
Fouled Out-None. Rebounds-Duke 37
(Williams 12), UNC-Greensboro 21 (Hines
5). Assists-Duke 16 (Dockery, Paulus 4),
UNC-Greensboro. 12(Hickman, Hines 4).
Total Fouls-Duke 16, UNC-Greensboro
23. A-21,124.
No.9 Miclg a St78,CoppinSt54
COPPIN ST. (0-11)-
Bell 3-4 2-2 10, McKee 6-13 2-2 17,'
Woodlin 0-0 2-3 2, Proctor 1-6 2-2 4,
Pressey 1-4 1-2 3, Ivey 0-0 0-0 0, Roberts
4-11 0-0 10, Otis 2-7 0-0 6, Miller 0-0 0-0 0;
Norwood Jr. 0-1 0-0 0, Harrison 1-2 0-0 2.
Totals 18-48 9-11 54.
MICHIGAN ST. (12-2)
Brown 6-12 6-7 21, Neitzel 1-2 0-0 2,
Ager 8-15 5-6 25, Davis 5-13 6-7 16, Gray
1-2 0-0 2, Darnton 0-0 0-0 0, Tibaldi 0-2'0-
0 0, Walton 0-1 0-0 0, Aerts 0-0 0-0 0,
Suton 1-3 1-2 3, Ducre 0-0'0-0 0, Hamo 0-
3 0-0 0, Joseph 3-4 0-1 7, Hannon 1-1 0-2
2, Rowley 0-1 0-1 0. Totals 26-59 18-26 78.
Halftime-Michigan State 32-25. 3-Point
Goals-Coppin Si 9-17 (McKee 3-5, Bell
2-2, Ols 2-5 Robertn 2-5), Michigan St. 8-
23 (Ager 4-8, Brown 3-8, Joseph 1-2,
Neitzel 0-1, Tibaldi 0-1, Hamo 0-3). Fouled
Out--Pressey. Rebounds-Coppin St. 26
(McKee 6), Michigan St. 44 (Davis 13).
Assists-Coppin St. 8 (McKee 5), Michigan
St. 19 (Neitzel 5). Total Fouls-Coppin St.
19, Michigan St. 13. A-14,759.
No. 13 Boston College 78,
Rhode Island 56
BOSTON COLLEGE (10-2)
Smith 7-7 6-8 20, Dudley 3-8 5-5 11,
Oates 1-2 0-0 2, Hinnant 2-3 0-1 5,
Marshall 8-15 3-4 21, Haynes 1-4 0-0 2,
Rice 1-3 0-03, McLain 3-5 2-2 8, Neville 1-
1 0-0 2, Dunlap 1-1 0-0 2; Neisler 0-0 0-0
0, Williams 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 29-50 16-20
78.
RHODE ISLAND (6-5)
Mack 1-1 0-0 2, Wise 1-4 1-2 3, Clark 0-
1 0-0 0, Bitee 1-4 0-0 3, Daniels 4-10 0-0
9, Robinson 8-17 2-3 19, Baron 2-8 2-2 8,
Moore 3-9 2-3 8, Seawright 1-3 0-0 2,
Harris 1-3 0-0 2. Totals 22-60 7-10 56.
Halftime-Boston College 38-29. 3-Point
Goals-Boston College 4-11 (Marshall 2-5,
Hinnant 1-1, Rice 1-3, Oates 0-1, Haynes
0-1), Rhode Island 5-17 (Baron 2-7, Bitee
1-2, Daniels 1-3, Robinson 1-5). Fouled
Out-None. Rebounds-Boston College
34 (Dudley 8), Rhode Island 30 (Moore 6).
Assists-Boston College 20 (Hinnant 5),
Rhode Island 12 (Robinson 4). Total
Fouls-Boston College 16, Rhode Island
16. A-7,087.
No. 16 Maryland 99, VMI 68
VMI (5-6)
Murrer 6-9 1-2 17, Williams 8-18 1-4 19,
Mankevicius 4-6 0-2 8, C.Holmes 3-8 1-2
7, Castleberry 1-1 0-0 3, Robinson 0-2 0-0
0, Christiansen 0-2 0-0 0, Joseph 0-2 0-0
0, THolmes 5-10 0-2 14, McCargo 0-3 0-0
0, Jarman 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 27-64 3-12 68.
MARYLAND (10-2)
Garrison 5-10 2-2 12, Caner-Medley 5-7
0-0 10, Ibekwe 2-6 2-4 6, Strawberry;6-7 3-
4 16, McCray 6-9 2-2 15, Ledbetter 2-5 0-
0 4, Gist 3-6 3-4 9, Jones 3-6 0-0 7, Brown
5-9 0-0 13, Bowers 0-2 0-0 0, Chukura 0-1
0-0 0, Neal 3-3 0-0 7. Totals 40-71 12-16
99.
Halftime-Maryland 56-20. 3-Point
Goals-VMI 11-30 (Murrer 4-6, THolmes
4-8, Williams 2-9, Castleberry 1-1,
Robinson 0-1, C.Holmes 0-1, Joseph 0-2,
Christiansen 0-2), Maryland 7-17 (Brown
3-4, Neal 1-1, Strawberry 1-2, McCray 1-3,
Jones 1-3, Caner-Medley 0-1, Garrison 0-
1, Bowers 0-1, Chukura 0-1). Fouled Out-
None. Rebounds-VMI 30 (Murrer 8),
Maryland 44 (Ibekwe 8). Assists-VMI 17
(C.Holmes 6), Maryland 28 (Caner-Medley
6). Total Fouls-VMI 10, Maryland 11. A-
17,950.
No. 21 Ohio St. 78, LSU 76
LSU (7-4)
Davis 10-17 5-6 25, T.Mitchell 5-8 2-2 12,
Thomas 5-14 4-6 14, Temple 1-3 0-0 2,
D.Mitchell 4-13 5-7 16, Voogd 0-0 0-0 0,
Rolle 0-0 0-0 0, Lazare 3-5 1-2 7. Totals
28-60 17-23 76.
OHIO ST. (10-0)
Sullinger 2-4 0-0 5, Sylvester 5-10 1-2.
14, Dials 10-16 4-4 24, Butler 3-8 0-0 7,
Foster 2-6 7-8 12, Harris 0-0 0-0 0, Lewis
2-6 9-10 14, Mayes.0-1 0-0 0, Terwilliger 1-
2 0-0 2. Totals 25-53 21-24 78.
Halftime-LSU 43-39. 3-Point Goals-
LSU 3-10 (D.Mitchell 3-8, Temple 0-1,
Davis 0-1), Ohio St. 7-18 (Sylvester 3-5,
S'ullinger 1-1, Butler 1-3, Lewis 1-4, Foster
1-4, Mayes 0-1). Fouled Out-Temple.
Rebounds-LSU 35 (Thomas 11), Ohio St.
29 (Dials 8).Assists-LSU 17 (T.Mitchell
5), Ohio St. 13 (Butler 5). Total Fouls-LSU
22, Ohio St. 17. A-16,136.

FOOTBALL

200506 Bowl Glance
All Times EST
Tuesday, Dec. 20
New Orleans Bowl
At Lafayette, La.
Payout: $750,000
Southern Miss. 31, Arkansas State 19
Wednesday, Dec. 21
GMAC Bowl
Mobile, Ala.
Payout: $750,000
Toledo 45, Texas-El Paso 13
Thursday, Dec. 22
Las Vegas Bowl
Payout: $750,000
California 35, Brigham Young 28
Poinsettia Bowl
At San Diego
Payout: $750,000
Navy 51, Colorado State 30
Friday, Dec. 23


Fort Worth (Texas) Bowl
Payout: $750,000
Kansas 42, Houston 13
Saturday, Dec. 24
Hawaii Bowl
At Honolulu
Payout: $750,000
Nevada 49 Central Flor-da 48 OT
Magnolia Gridiron All-Star Classic
At Jackson, Miss.
White 17, Red 9
Monday, Dec. 26.
Motor City Bowl
At Detroit
Payout: $750,000
Memphis 38, Akron 31
Tuesday, Dec. 27
Champs Sports Bowl
At Orlando, Fla.
Payout: $862,500
Clemsdn 19 Colorado 10
Insight Bowl
At Phoenix
Payout: $750,000
Arizona State 45 Rutgers 40
Wednesday, Dec. 28
MPC Computers Bowl
At Boise, Idaho
Payout: $750,000
Boston College 27, Boise State 21
Alamo Bowl
At San Antonio
Payout: $1.65 million
Nebraska 32, Michigan 28
*, Thursday, Dec. 29
Emerald Bowl
At San Francisco
Payout: 5750,000
Utah 38, Georgia Tech 10.
Holiday Bowl.
At San Diego
Payout: $2 million
Oklahoma 17 Oregon 14
Friday, Dec. 30
Music City Bowl
At Nashville, Tenn.
Payout: $780,000
Virginia 34, Minnesota 31 ,
Sun Bowl
SAt El Paso, Texas
Payout: $1,575,000
UCLA 50, Northwestern,38
Independence Bowl
At Shreveport, La.
S Payout: $1.2 million .
Missouri 38 South Carolina 3 1 3 'i "
Peach Bowl
At Atlanta
Payout: $2.35 million
LSU 40, Miami 3
Saturday, Dec. 31
Meineke Bowl
At Charlotte, N.C.
Payout: $750,000
North Carolina State 14, South Florida 0
Liberty Bowl
At Memphis, Tenn.
Payout: $1.5 million
Tulsa 31, Fresno Stale 24
Houston Bowl
Payout: $1.2 million
TCU (10-1) vs. Iowa State (7-4), 2:30
p.m. (ESPN2)
Monday, Jan. 2
Cotton Bowl
At Dallas
Payout: $3 million
Alabama (9-2) vs. Texas Tech (9-2), 11
a.m. (FOX)


Iowa
(ESPN)


Outback BowlI
At Tampa, Fla.
Payout: $2.85 million
(7-4) vs. Florida (8-3), 11 a.m.


Gator Bowl
At Jacksonville, Fla.
Payout: $1.6 million
Virginia,Tech (10-2) vs. Louisville (9-2),
12:30 p.m. (NBC)
Capital One Bowl
At Orlando, Fla.
Payout: $5.312 million
Wisconsin (9-3) vs. Auburn (9-2), 1 p.m.
(ABC)
Fiesta Bowl
At Tempe, Ariz.
Payout: $14-17 million
Ohio State (9-2) vs. Notre Dame (9-2), 5
p.m. (ABC)
Sugar Bowl
At Atlanta
Payout: $14-17 million
Georgia (10-2) vs. West Virginia (10-1),
8:30 p.m. (ABC)
Tuesday, Jan. 3
Orange Bowl
At Miami
Payout: $14-17 million
Penn State (10-1) vs. Florida State (8-4),
8 p.m. (ABC)
Wednesday,.Jan. 4
Rose Bowl
At Pasadena, Calif.
Payout: $14;998,000
Texas (12-0) vs. Southern Cal (12-0), 8
p.m: (ABC)
Saturday, Jan. 14
Las Vegas All-American Classic
9:30 p.m. (CSTV)
Saturday, Jan. 21
East-West Shrine Classic
'At San Antonio
4 p.m. (ESPN2)L.
ula Bowl
At Honolulu
7 p.m. (ESPN2)
Saturday, Jan. 28
Senior Bowl
At Mobile, Ala.
4 p.m. (ESPN)
Meineke Bowl
N.C. State 14, South Florida 0
South Florida 0 0 0 0 0
N.C. State 0 14 0 0 14
Second Quarter
NCSt-Clark 9 pass from Stone


(Deraney kick), 8:13.
NCSt-A.Brown 1
:17.
A-57,937.

First downs
Rushes-yards
Passing
Comp-Att-lnt


run (Deraney kick),


USF
15
44-136
159
10-30-1


NCSt
14
47-173
127
9-19-0


Return Yards 26 16
Punts-Avg. 7-33.1 7-39.9
Fumbles-Lost 2-2 2-1
Penalties-Yards 4-20 6-35
Time of Possession 28:59 31:01
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING-South Florida, A.Hall 19-
118, Ponton 8-41, Team 1-(minus 1),
Jackson 1-(minus 1), P.Julmiste 13-(minus
6), Ca.Hill 2-(minus 15). N.C. State,
T.Baker 23-93, A.Brown 12-51, Blackman
2-25, Stone 9-5, Team 1-(minus 1).
PASSING-South Florida, P.Julmiste 8-
25-1-91, Ca.Hill 1-2-0-37, Team 0-2-0-0,
B.Baker 1-1-0-31. N.C. State, Stone 9-19-
0-127.
RECEIVING-South Florida, A.Hall 2-
49, S.Greern 2-38, Chambers 2-24, Burnett
1-21, Denson 1-11, Ruegger 1-11,
Edwards 1-5. N.C. State, Clark 3-66,
Barrett 2-19, Blackman 2-7, T.Williams 1-
36, A.Brown 1-(minus 1).

National Football League
All Times EST
AMERICAN CONFERENCE
East
W L T Pct PF PA
y-NewEngland105 0 .667 353 310
Miami 8 '.7 0 .533 290 291
Buffalo 510 0 .333 245 337
N.Y.Jets .312 0 .200 210 329
South
W L T Pct PF PA
x-lndianapolis13 2 0 .867 422 234
z-Jacksonville11 4 0 .733 321 256
Tennessee 411 0 .267 286 381
Houston 213 0 .133 243 411
North
W L T Pct PF PA
y-Cincinnati 11 4 0 .733 418 313
PirtlDurgn 10 5 0 .667 354 237
Balihmore 6 9 0 .400 249 279
Cleveland 510 0 .333 212 285
West
W L T Pet PF PA
y-Denver 12 3 0 .800 372 251.
Kansas City 9 6 0 .600 366; 322
San Diego 9 6 0 .600 411 289
Oakland 4 11 0 .267 269 353


NATIONAL CONFERENCE
East
W LT Pct PF F
xx-N.Y. GiantslO 5 0 .667 392 29
Washington 9 6. 0 .600 328 .2
Dallas, 9 6 0 .600 315 28
Philadelphia 6 9 0. .400 290, 3
South
W L T Pct PF F
Tampa Bay 10 5 0 .667 273 2(
Carolina 10 5 0 .667 347 21
.Atlanta 8 7 0 .533 340 2i
New Orleans 312 0 .200 222 37
North
W L T Pct PF F
y-Chicago 11 4 0 .733 250 '1(
Minnesota 8 7 0' .533 272 3:
Detroit 510 0 .333 233 3'
Green Bay 312 0 .200 275 3;
rWest
W LT Pct PF F
x-Seattle 13 2 0 .867 435 2
Arizona 510 0 '.333 298 3;
St. Louis 510 0 .333 343 41
San Francisco 312 0 .200 219 .4
x-clinched conference
y-clinched division
z-clinched wild card
xx-clifched playoff spot
Saturday's Games
Denver at San Diego; 4:30 p.m.
N.Y. Giants at Ogkland 8 p m.
Sunday's Games
Buffalo at N.Y. Jets, 1 p.m.
Carolina at Atlanta, 1I 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
Cincinnat, at Kansas City,L1.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

HOCKEY


Philade
NY. R
New J
N.Y. Is
Pittsbu


Ottawa
Buffalo
Toront
Montre
Bostor


Carolir
Tampa
Atlanta
Florida
Washil


EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W LOTPts GF GA
elphia 24 8 6 54-142 120
angers 22 12 5 49 122 101
jersey 16 17 5 37 109 121
landers 17 18 2 36 121 137
urgh 10 19 8 28 104.145
Northeast Division.
W LOTPts GF GA
a 27 6 3 57 158 80
S 26 11 2 54 130 118
o .21 14 3 45 125 122
eal 1812) 6 42 102 114
n 14'18 6 34 111 125
Southeast Division
W LOTPts GF GA
na 23 10 4 50 135 122
aBay 1917 3 41 120 125
S 16 17 6 38 132 140
S 1520 5 35 106 127
ngton 1320' 3 29 105 143
WESTERN CONFERENCE


Central Division
W LOTPts GF GA
Detroit 25 9 3 53 140 98
Nashville 24 9 3 51 118 103
Chicago 1320 4 30 101 131
Columbus -1225 1 25 80 134
St. Louis 922 4 22 92 137
Northwest Division
W LOTPts GF GA
Calgary 22 12 4 48 99 95
Edmonton 22 13 4 48 129 121
Vancouver 21 11 5 47 126 116
Colorado 19 17 3 41 144 135
Minnesota 1717 4 38 107 95
Pacific Division
W LOT Pts GF GA
Los Angeles 24 14 2 50 141 119
Dallas 24 11 1'49 122 :96
Phoenix 2017 2 42 115 112
Anaheim 16 15 6 38 103 102
San Jose 1616 5 37 114 119
Two points for a win, one point for over-
time loss or shootout loss.
Friday's Games
Ottawa 4, N.Y. Islanders 3
Boston 2, Tampa Bay 1
Florida 2, Montreal 1
Buffalo 4, Atlanta 1
Columbus 3, Chicago 2
Edmonton 4, Nashville 2
San Jose 5, Colorado 2
Saturday's Games
Pittsburgh 4, N.Y. Rangers 3, OT
Washington 4, Philadelphia 3, SO
Anaheim at St. Louis, 6 p.m.
Vancouver at Minnesota, 6 p.m.
Columbus at Detroit, 7 p.m.
Toronto at New Jersey, 7 p.m.
Colorado at Phoenix, 8 p.m.
Montreal at Carolina, 8 p.m.
Los Angeles at Dallas, 8 p.m.
Edmonton at Calgary, 10 p.m.
Sunday's Games
Atlanta at Washington, 3 p.m.
Florida at Buffalo, 5 p.m.
Anaheim at Nashville, 8 p.m.
Monday's Games
Philadelphia at Boston, 1 p.m.
Ottawa at Atlanta, 3 p.m.
Chicago at Calgary, 3 p.m.
Tampa Bay at N.Y. Islanders, 7 p.m.
Pittsburgh at Toronto, 7:30 p.m.
Vancouver at St. Louis, 8 p.m.
Dallas at Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m.


em--
cana 4







.40 ano- AMI m wn
qm- S w* tamp


unwC S
spow 4010
'C C.


4-- 00 w 0 -


41b wo 4E UE
as co 40 no -u
C-


97


71
PA S M
68

10 -noMoOm -1e in
27 010 40 Mone 0 -

PA MIN aw lowft-p a



ro _
19 4mwGum -a
11 eimmg- Go -

wCw ow- 00t


ad

-* -


- -
4mMlo00O-o
mim -N
-w nimoam0 -i


-

S. C






-- mC
- "
40 4b- a a

*m m s




m 0














me ~ i~






C sC -
mc

-o- -No
- m mo


M-MUD S. -
eo l 00"







.- m NE -EE
dolom 0 mo 4-m 0

4011- m qA

Go mqm -NOW -
0- 0 0 -. b. .

4pmm o- -& m


ft-ot- 0- A

-w


C
a .- -
- *


L'ITRUS L'o ll Inly (P.L '"


4w 4 44= 0 a e
S--


_B














r- C -L


-~ -
am 4somme b m

m m 4






















*

CC
mdlw a 40M





















- m c
mm 4




me me w






























m, ~
40 0- also























-

-~ .C -
-1 m
%domm me 0cops 4




4w S mom*





ap abm mw -mono


















-q
C-
40 ae 0 w q mglw


am MM0

a C am




Immm 4b- a-0 w





4Sg.- s -

-40 0 me mo* o-


s.oa ,-


- m fm-mom


- --
S -


-C =


4 -


%W& as




yna4cate0 content














Available from Commercial News Providers"
as1



-


a - 0


CrnrruC s rIrar /CFi 1 rualIrrrl


SUNDAY, JANuARY' 1, 2006 3B



fto.m_____&_0 0



amm 400 m amam




qa mq m
4w p




mp
0 0

*

* -

m *
* w
Nowmft0 41
4w MEOW 4v
wwNNWft
me0 4 ft 4


* o


CI a


.0mo.ow 410 0











AR STII-nA TANIT- flY 1 06S O T CmsCun(L HOIL


* a -

- a -
a -~
a
-a --

a-


4N.- - a


400 *- omb f- 4b b--

.MM .p41 -0 IN.- u
*C





au.- l 4b q ma mm
a. aW -
a- aM-





400
a. M. a-4. 0-1







'Wor
a ~ -a -


* -


-






*r a-


qb- MO





4w
a-C


* a


a -d
- -. a





a. a



- a- -
a- -


- a






5.- -






C- a a
--aam .- swap -NE

40- alomomQ
Qb %u







0- -41m. 4b



- .im.- 4
ip 01,-


Sports world


a a
a..

* a

p.

mm

-a


S .4b.0 ag

a-
a-


41b


weC


0-mw hoa do*me
~C

ON- qm a





4"r
4ame


Frh yw


-40 a m.


-o d
410 -oft


a. -amp ma--

,Nib a m awm- "N-




a.. a av -aps -
OP aPCam.
as





a 4a -









am a-.







am-no

- "m aq-0







ago --Now a


- w a a.
ob wl 0 amam-m if
4w 1b4w m l0 4t0


* -I






a --- -
-


-a U

a




ar




a



a-


lopam m~o ev, g
*,I 'Maiu o pon


Ameam 11






a a- a-





-a-
ab 410. 4 o
- 41 a.owe amsme e

a*udbw 41b_40m-
didbism oo MM-

agwa a a 6010 f

am am Mw M. MO G
40 *a- a






0*O "Nw 4.- -a-

"G-~an- 0 *
-011- a -- AM
- MO 0a -il

4.- -410b
40. .00.


U-I-1 Us.
t^^^^^al ^^^l^^^I
^^^^^^^^^^ llD^^^^ ^^^^^W^^^^^^^^^B^^^^^^


Al l




ar -
-~Nm 4Da aa
a -


S --


Bb 4maM

a- mmaw a .m




aGo
_____ a a-- m.

- -a- low


.5
a-


- a
a


a-


-
a -


0
--
- a-own -

4amom"

a- w0 wmw b


0-- b- - -
a--Wa a Aa

a-

- aL -







r-
-a---adoa w -





-10 40 am-mb a as


a--a m-mmb


am mo -0 d

-a.w q- 41 Wf -la
o a-
410 omip


.-- --






a -
a - -
a -

-


0


a


a
-


*


a a - -


a


- a


- a----



-- a -


owe-


swept away






r





~
a m








r -~
E









-
40M mIlw





m m anew 4



4900a m a9 m 4











4a er ft ftdem m


-M-














qW .. ,
a- *








c
a ft ft a
a-- a-


amp ".a

-am. a


p-






Available from' Commercial


CrrRUS COUNTY Y(FL) CHRONICLE


48SUNDAYu TKNTTARY 1, 2006


. .. .. .. .. . .


SPORTS


,tP
o
o
4


r
r


r


db










SUNDAY, JANUARY 1, 2006 5B


tIM A O.UNvTY (PL)C HRON~lCLEA


*- -ME41010 -40

*0 g s -


.f --


qmo* mw07P` -'U *
_-- -o -
4* ob AS-IAN



. o m -.o 10
- soboo- w


400 dom q
AMD, U U
lt.:b 41m..
~ U.

__ -U-U ~ U


doom -. --m.alp
0q -- W44

'sow now o-

-






-low


N Antoin Scriven, RB, Fr,
Citrus: Chronicle Player of the
Year.
QB -Walt Howard, Citrus,
Sr Completed 85-of-153 (55.5
percent) passes for 1,257 yards
and 10 touchdowns. Owns
every Citrus passing record
with the lone exception being
longest completed pass.
RB Richard Chaney, Sr,
Lecanto: Big, strong and elu-
sive, Chaney rushed 196 times
for 1,107 yards and 13 touch-
downs often under heavy
defensive pressure while
also catching 14 passes for 187
yards and another score.
WR Mark Xenophon, Sr,
Citrus: In lone season of varsity
football, sure-handed receiver
had 27 catches for 458 yards (17
yards-per-catch) with 6 touch-
downs and 7 two-point conver-
sions.
WR Geoff Blotz, Sr,


SCRIVEN
Continued from Page 1B

back's talent
"We get him the ball real
deep and let his God-given abil-
ity take over," Haines said.
"God has blessed him and it's
how he uses what he's been
given."
Haines has been around.
He's coached at high schools in
Florida, Texas, Ohio,


a.
S

w


- 'm 0 q- p-


- no


w n


-W


00 -- 0 0- 4b


ll- -.0-Roo


S0-

-0-0 0-a--

a- 4 M" -am
--NNW 41 4a o






*NN" -a a 491.

4.- - M mm




-p I


a m0-
~L


- 0dbmm-%lo

I- W -N o


0U. -U -


-10. MOW- swa
omw- 4-

v qft-m-




00 m U m -
b*- imp a
mosom
-
4 00 d
- 4m
- -Um
- -
a.


''Copyrighted Ma


.*o -U-gu


- *U
U4b U.-M


S-- -oomam "
-4 410 q 0o o
S%. ..o 0 M 4 -


-U U. 'U r
0- -- U. -mlo-4M* S
-a --Now-M-4m- wlw-a a 4b
mabU. - W-U bft- w
o 0 a- MU
-U---mom. U -


Citrus: Speedster finished with
25 receptions for 363 yards
(14.5 per-catch) with 2 scores,
while also playing a key role in
the defensive backfield.
M TE Dustin Waters, Sr,
Crystal River: Pirates' top
receiver reeled in 11 passed for
158 yards and a touchdown. /
M OL Doug Connor, Jr,
Citrus: While still learning in
first year on the varsity line,
showed a quick and effective
grasp of technical skills for a
unit that blocked well for
Scriven. Will be relied /upon
heavily next season.
OL Jody Backlund, Sr,
Lecanto: Brought both size and
a nose for contact to the table
for the Panthers and con-
tributed heavily on both
offense and defense. /
C Chris Benider, Sr,
Citrus: Second-year Hurricane
starter was an anchor in the

Washington, California, even in
the PAC 10. Certainly he can
summon a couple! names of
running backs from his past
who were that good at that age,
right?
"Not off the top of my head,"
Haines laughed. "He's got as
good a set of skills as I've ever
seen in a running back that
young."
According to both Haines
and Key, Scriven has a few
other things going for him along
with "it," and those include


wa-me .- U mom




-Gmptm. di.
qw. ef 1M
o -



a.


ammm- -o a 4
40pi~ 0 'U


2005 All-County Football Team
trenches with his experience this high-energy lineman
and steady, consistent play. recorded 80 tackles and 12
OL Harlan Kelly, Fr, sacks, good for a single season
Citrus: Junior varsity call-up Citrus record: His career 24
turned heads with aggressive sacks also eclipsed the school
approach and rapid pace of record. Blocked a field goal to
improvement. His athletic save Citrus' win over Lake
prowess may have'him moving Weir, had 14 tackles for losses, 3
to center to replace Bender fumble recoveries and 6 forced
next season. fumbles., On offense, Kruis.
'( OL Dallas .Owens, Sr, caught 7 passes for 186 yards
Crystal River: Strong and ver- (26.6 per-catch) and 3 touch-
satile, Owens played both cen- downs.
ter and guard. A strong techni- 0 DL Stan Kruslicky, Sr,
cian and the Pirates' best Lecanto: A two-way star for the
pulling guard. Panthers, Kruslicky finished
P/K Cody Shaffer, Sr, the year with 69 total tackles (4
Crystal River. Soccer star easi- tackles for losses), 2 sacks, a
ly.had the strongest foot in the forced fumble and a fumble
district. Shaffer booted a sea- recovery.
son-long 42-yard field goal *DL-AndrewHoffman, Sr,
while impressively averaging Lecanto: Field general had 37
over 41 yards-per-punt total tackles, including 6 for
DL Patrick Kruis, Sr, losses, and a team-best 3 sacks.
Citrus: The Chronicle's N LB Dustin Young, So,
Defensive Player of the Year, Lecanto: Rising star had 121


respect and humility.
"He's quiet, he doesn't blow
his own horn, he listens real
well and he does what's asked,"
Haines said.
Although Key didn't see
Scriven play this year, they did
talk football over the phone sev-
eral times.
"I just gave him some point-
ers on his attitude toward the
game and toward people," Key
said. "He's already got the tal-
ent and ability, he just needs to
work on his people skills -


make sure he shares those
awards and things he's going to
get He needs to let everybody
know it's a team effort"
Scriven said he values his
conversations with Key and
will continue to seek out advice
from him, but they won't neces-
sarily talk about game high-
lights, play-calling or anything
else that happens on the field.
And if Key wants to see
Scriven someday follow his
footsteps to FSU, he hasn't let
on.


S 4 b N

-
u- m -
-c r-










I- -
.ca Q





- -,
41w ap- -
40mla -4 a
om-ago 0-dumum
ap II 1 1, -a


amo-do am -

41 41todmpm- f Q-





d .m.- Am
eb~wf ___ -m

terb ivial om04p


SyndicatedContenit:


-








a fumble.





-


























SLB Jeremy Welfel, Jr,
sacks while leading Citrus in
-----


















total tackles with 88 taolo) inckles (11 for
12 for losses, while also blockd aing
a f fe fumble
m LB JBrin Moore, Jo,




Citrus: A veryst and aggressive play-tting




. er, Moore Averaged over 9 tack-
les-per-game after taking over










a starting role inished with 6










LB Mychal Nichols, Sr,
ato while leain itrs in
two-wayackles with 6388 totackles (11 for
losses). qWelfel also blocked a

pa(5 fr losses) a sack, forced 2 fumblorced
anfumbles and 2 recoverecoveries. Also3.
u DB Co Ca r Mlso, Sr,
Citrus A vey age e play-wh
"Her, Moore hasn't really talked to mck-
esaid.He tame afbut takhe pr-o
LB yhal Nichols, Sr,




















ent, teaching me to stay humblerting
two-ways with 63 total tackles
(5 for losses) a sack, 3 forced
fman aes and 2 r eoveries. Also


S1 B e' s b a nd strong h Jr,
Citrus:i an d h e ot arai to
a"He hasn't really talked to mein











said. "He talks about the pres-.
Citand grades and stuff like that"









It's hard not to give at least a




passlower his shoughtlder to the future
daferwatene ing ive with
16, he's big leand strong, his feet
are quick and balanced, his


hands are sure, he's fast, he's

Citelusive and he's not afraid to




lower his shoulder into the
defternse. n Srv unwt


C-
- -Z -w





z . -mom -




m-
4blmpG 0- = N




- 4
OMUM p WNW 4



CI -


fts
o O6
0 d 0 =NW

ftm- a-o -q.-




40 -o4 mom
o m


---


VMi


"Ir o





*






0 --
-r U
ft"D


.4 41. 4N *INIP



. U.m qw dm


41M. 0 o 0 04 U.
aUm 4b o



lb d 0




=am-mo- .

1- ow-M q mm


a-ap come a. -Uf
4b -U qqmjjl
b---U.




-Ue


often drew tough assignments,
Carlson finished with 44 tack-
les and.3 interceptions.
DB Dan Eberhart, Sr,
Lecanto: Team's co-leader with
2 interceptions, while also
recording 35 total tackles and a
forced fumble.
DB Dane Moore, Sr,
Citrus: The County's top defen-
sive back had only 1 intercep-
tion but made the most of it by
returning it for a TD. Fast and
active, Moore finished with 73
tackles, 3 for losses.
Offensively, he caught 24 pass-
es for 336 yards and 2 touch-
downs. Excelled on special
teams as a kickoff returned.
DB Joe Bertine, Jr,
Crystal River: Versatile two-
way starter picked off 3 passes
and recorded 46 tackles on
defense, while also rushing for
242 yards and a pair of touch-
downs.

There are no weaknesses to
speak of. There's only upside,
potential and lots and lots of
time on his side.
"He's going to get bigger, just
from maturation and lifting,
and I think he'll get a lot faster
too," Haines said. "He could be
as good as there is in this state
by his senior year.
"He can go as far as he wants
to go."
With "it" in Scriven's reper-
toire, there really doesn't seem
to be a ceiling.


AvailableTfro-m'Commercial News'Providers"L


hopw


S)Pcowrs


1,TrWitQr nrN- /^T f FT.)J ~CT \/^Tnv-MiFr


S0-


AdM













OB SUNDAY, JANUARY 1, UU006


0 *~ -


a
-j 001 -W -f

am ft.wdwm- %O-

ob - 11w
--





4- -1



C-.-.-
a andm*o4 MO
QWR ft- -oM
a-.MgS 0m a.
qmmw 0-


aw
Me~





=a -. -4b mn-di
*a

*
r -
- -
r~~a


ftw .RW- a -





I

-







-- -- 0
-I .


*0 --


a -m
qm.-Mqp *.am
0. 40 ooa.. -





MP---0
a *ft p -

Go 410 a. .Eob.-
-,loom


Sip-burs


- a w fo o- -
0. 1 b d ft -M

---ONO
--

- qu-








no as -m 40
4 1





- =ot. sp 0 41
Qw pm -Opqwq- -

~0 a MS t W


400 -1 w fp- 11


caqw -b ap



lo- -MEN 400 11P
~



-) -4




4000


- 4


r yr to dt hat MaW



LCp pyrg htedj Mate riaI
"GOt la
P.Y... :e. rIU


"-- Snicated ontt





Available from Commercial News Providers.





a oo
ft amCumih 4m ck b


____ 0

-b -O 0 m cp- b
- *O d- 1
a -ssm .0 t*
- 0 0ow mm 40

44=9 .4 ow -4b
0.0m -.4901W t O







40 q 0m a.-P

-4 p .* D o ..Ndm

am am.-sa


0

4m a. -




4m ap. -m m

4w- GOa.-w-


4b. .10




40W "D 41
..NNW b- --a




_ -f

-ft





- b 41W


41b -a aw-


41b a


ft ow-


D -










a-
- --1111111


-r0
*
*a.


- a a




--


~0 -- 0--
* 0. a.
* a
- ---0. a- a.
a


1. "D a a. -




0- -1ma
- W



r410-6

a.- a


- --a


a.


a


45h opot ok --if
4w -.ob10 .inow .

Ga



0.0- c: a. .
.N -


M a



0-
or. go ~
q -
wa- -








0 am a

- a a*mo aw -4b -


- - 0


0 -
a.-w
a..


*


a-- -
*a 4M 0O-I

4110 mm a.e


--





al. 411.

4w Iw .0 m. 0 mumo
f am
.- -



- W D411-
- -




0. .


a- -
9--
a- a.
a-a.


- - a


4 D0


* -


- - GNP


-- a


4 0 --Now


q b D


- a


-0 -
0. 0


- -


qlw 0


* -0 -


S 0 - - -


-a

- r0


0. qgp
a.


- 0'


CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


- a


-


"r . . nn


I


W- da lo
4b -









gom ob-00 d-dm

-0 0 -% 0f
- 4- 4b44 0"m
~- Sc
-..-mM .w o- an



-






-- *


--~ I

I..
dou- w b -
ooma hw -nowmo


-00 p -l

404Dqw- -owSP W 4

wwwI- 41001-0s-m
WO 40b- d 0MNI
as-owoso = w~


q m o


rm


r


o


B


am b


1























. Special to the Chronicle

The next meeting of the
American Sewing Guild neigh-
borhood group, the Snippits,
will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at
A-White Sew & Vac in the
Airport Plaza, U.S. 19 in Crystal
River. At this meeting, we will
have a demo of paper piecing,
as well as a presentation about
,"getting started in quilting,"
choosing fabric, thread, etc.
IA new series will offer a
report highlighting a different
fabric store or quilt shop each
month. January's report will be
about the Suwannee Valley
Quilt shop in Trenton. We will


'Newls NOES
K of C starts year
With meatloaf
All Saints Council Knights of
Columbus on Atlas Drive,
:Homosassa, will start off the
new year 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Friday
with a meatloaf dinner, veg-
etable, potatoes, salad and
dessert. All of our meals for
;2006 will be on Friday.
A special 200 Club prime rib
dinner will be held from 4 to 6
p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 18, at the
Knights Hall. This meal is open
to the public and features a
prime rib, mixed vegetables,
garlic mashed potatoes, salad,
and lemon chiffon cake.
The Knights hall is available
for weddings, socials and meet-
ings. Call 382-7810 for informa-
tion.
S The first regular meeting of
the Knights of Columbus will be
at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Jan. 12.
Does 232 plan
installation
The Inverness Does Drove
232 will be have its installation
of officers at 3 p.m. Wednesday
at the Inverness Elks Lodge,
3580 E. Lemon Drive,. : ,, ,
Hernando.
The coming officers are:
President Barbara Wardell, First
Counselor.Joan Golway, Senior
Counselor Geny Fallanca,
Junior Counselor Laura Ireland,
Secretary Lille Mabie, Treasurer
Venita Hughes, Conductor
Audrey Wagner, Assistant
Conductor Dagmar Lucente,
Inner Guard Patricia Martin,
Outer Guard Mary Cassola,
Musician Marge Grady and
Chaplain Betty Leinwander.
The next meeting of the Does
is at 3 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 14, at
the Elks Lodge. Plan to attend
our meeting and continue to
support our Drove with your par-
ticipation.in our activities during
the forthcoming year.
Parliamentarians
T to gather
The Citrus County Unit of
parliamentarians (CCUP) will
!eet at 1 p.m. Friday in the
recreation building at
Whispering Pines Park,
Invemess.
.Frank Peters, program chair-
man, said the subject of the pro-
gram will be "Subsidiary
Motions."
: There will be a question-and-
answer period. Guests and
prospective members are wel-
tome to attend the 1 p.m. pro-
gram portion of the meeting.
Call 726-1705 or 726-4012.


PET SPOTLIGHT
The Chronic'ie invites read-
ers to submit photos of
their pets for the daily Pet
: Spotlight feature.
i Photos need to be in
:sharp focus. Include a
-' short description of the
pet and owners, including
Snames. and hometowns.
SPhotos cannot be returned
without a self-addresied,
Stamped envelope. Group
photos of more than two
petscannot be printed.
11 Send photos and inform.
Stion to Pet Spotlight, o
Citrus County Chronicle,
1624 N. Meadowcrest
SBlvd,, Crystal River, FL
34429.


also discuss and plan upcom-
ing programs for 2006.
On Wednesday, Jan. 11, there
will be a "sit 'n sew" day at the
VFW Hall in Beverly Hills.
We will make an heirloom
quilt cuff that will include the
use of many heirloom tech-
niques such as lace insertion,
wing needle and decorative
stitches. There is limited seat-
ing. Cost is $25 for members
and $35 for nonmembers. Sign
up at the Thursday meeting or
at A Stitching Place in the
Bealls plaza in Crystal River.
At the Feb. 2 meeting, we will
learn how to make "Valentine
Bears." The featured store of


the month will be the Quilt
Shop of DeLand. We are also
planning a trip to Peggy's
Heirloom in Ocala on
Wednesday, Feb. 22.
There will be no regular
meeting in March due to the
program scheduled with
Emma Sebrook on Thursday,
March 2, at the VFW hall in
Beverly Hills.
Cost to members is $25 and
seating is limited. More infor-
mation will be available at
future meetings.
A bus trip to Maitland to visit
a fabric shop is tentatively
planned for the April meeting.
Regular meetings are at 10


a.m. the first Thursday monthly
at A-White Sew & Vac in Crystal
River
The American Sewing Guild
is. a national organization, for
people who think sewing is a.
creative and rewarding activity
people who feel that sharing
the benefits and joys of sewing
Sis almost as
The guild provides up-to-
date sewing information and a
friendly support system for
sewers at all levels of experi-
ence and is open to anyone
interested in sewing. Annual
dues.are $40.
The Crystal River area
neighborhood group, the


Snippits, began in June 1999
and has grown through the
years to include women of
many interests and talents who
enjoy se\ ifig for fun and pleas-
ure.
In addition to personal
sewing, the organization does
community serx ice, such as its
ongoing project of sewing
clothes for children donated to
the Salvation Army to distrib-
ute as needed at Christmas.
The club also make cancer
caps, lap robes and other items
for nursing homes or hospitals.
For more information, call
Jean at 746-2621 or Mary'Jane


All roads lead to ...





1- 7 (,7(,- e17
-.0
DR EA-M S EAM



The Chronicle and The Accent Hl
Travel Group are sponsoring a
photo contest for readers of the
newspaper.
Readers are invited to send a
photograph from their Dream
Vacation with a brief description of "
the trip. A S M.Omi
If it's selected as a winner, it will -. ,
be published in the Sunday Chron- ="[
icle.
At the end of the year, a panel
of judges will select the best photo
during the year and that photogra-
pher will win a prize.
Please avoid photos with com-
puterized 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.



a c. l IO r r Or.on le
The Nuzzi family of Lecanto, Richard, Karen, Eli and Rebekah, toured Israel in 10 days from May through June 2005 with the
Messianic group Lion and Lamb. People from 18 states and six countries went on this trip. From the bottom of the Dead Sea,
the lowest point on Earth. to the top of Mount Hermon, the highest point of Israel, they saw variations in terrain, as well as
Biblical sites. The Holy City of Jerusalem was the highlight, which took four days of the tour. Eli and Rebekah, above, are stand-
ing on a bunker from the Yom Kippur War of 1973. This location borders Syria. Their cousin. U.S. Army Sgt. Frank Stalzer Jr.,
was stationed in Baghdad earlier this year.





CCAS going batty this month


Audubon focuses on

fuzzy flying friend&

Special to the Chronicle

Bats? Indeed! Citrus County Audubon
Society has as its mission to be "concerned
with and actively involved in the conser-
vation of all our natural resources:
wildlife, air, land, water and vegetation."
So it is perfectly understandable that the
topic of the Monday, Jan. 16, meeting is
bats. While we do tend to concentrate on
birds, we all know our ecosystems would
collapse without the full range of living
things from bacteria to manatees and, yes,


* WHAT: Topic of CCAS January
meeting will be bats.
WHEN: p.m. Jan. 16.
a WHERE: Jerome Mulitpurpose Foom
at the Lecanto campus of CFCC,
3800 S. Lecanto Hwy.
'NFO: Cail Ginger Privat at.
259-4495.

bats.
Cindi and George Marks of the Florida
Bat Center will present a diverse program
including slides, live bats and an echolo-
cation dleiiionstration. Of course, we know
that bats are the only mammals able to fly,


*but this program \will remind us how valu-;
able bats are at keeping the insect popula-
tions in check, how wondertiflly adapted
the.\ are to their way of life and ho\\ we
can encourage bats to "hang out" in our
neighborhoods.
CCAS welcomes all interested people.to
its meetings in the Jerome Multipurpose
Room at the Lecanto campus of Central
Florida Community College. 3800 S.
Lecanto H1%tw: County Road 491j. Aleetings
Begin at 7 p. r. In addition to the program,
there will be a report on a bird and bird-
friendly plant of the month, as well as a
raffle. Last month's raffle of bird feeders
donated by Ace Hardware and Lowe's
were won by Betty Smith and Pat Gratton.
For more information, call Ginger Privat
at 249-4495.


Join Snippets this year


Special to the Chronicle
Smokey lives on the mini
farms. His photo was submit-
ted by Charles Owing of
Dunnellon.


A2
SLUaN DAY
JANUARY I, 2006
www o:rr,,rl.:li.:,n l ,n




MLK


parade


set for


Jan. 16

Special to the Chronicle
The Omega End Times
Harvest Mission Inc.. after-
school care program, along
with The African American
Ministers Alliance Inc. of
Crystal River, will host a
first-time event in'memory
of the late Dr: Martin Luther
King Jr This special event is
a parade planned for Jan. 16.
We are asking for partici-
pation from our local busi-
nesses, schools, churches
and other clubs in Citrus
County and other adjoining
counties. We need to plan for
this e\ent in advance, to
make sure we have time to
make this a memorable day.
\We feel that working togeth-
er as a collective group of
people will build a strong
alliance for Citrus County as'
a whole.
Check-in for the Dr: Martin
Luther King Jr. Parade will
be at the parking lot of
Crystal River Middle School.
and setup will be according
to assigned space numbers.
The parade will begin at 10
a.r. at Crystal Ri\er Middle
School. travel east on Cristal
Street to Eighth Avenue and
go south on Eighth Avenue
into Copeland Park on
Northeast Third Street.
Registration deadline is
Jan. 5. Registration rform and
disclaimer must be complet-
ed.
For more information, call
the African American
Ministers Alliance Inc. of
Crystal River at 795-3895 or
795-5775, or e-mail foun-
ta inr.,naturecoast.net. Mail
completed torms to: PO. Box
2736. Crystal River, FL
34423.

News NOTES

Maidhof speaks to
butterfly club
The next meeting of the
Beverly Hills Butterfly Club will
be at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 8.
The speaker will be Gary
Maidhof who will talk about but-
terflies and water. This meeting
is free and open to the public
For more information, call
'Christine Small at 527-8629 or
Peggy Seward at 527-2686.
Lunch follows
meeting Friday
The Nature Coast Maryland
Club will meet Wednesday, Jan.
11, at Yanni's Restaurant, 7431
S. Suncoast Blvd., Homosassa.
The meeting begins at noon and
will be followed by lunch.
Guests are welcome.
Reservations are a must no
later than Friday. Call Chuck at
527-0145 or e-mail at sea-
jayl @tampabay.rr.com.
BHLC to serve pot
roast at dinner
The regular monthly dinner of
the Beverly Hills Lions Club is
on the first Wednesday. The
price is $6 per person. Reserv-
ations are appreciated. Beverly
Dutton at 527-1269 or Janet
'Mize at 527-0962.

Pet SPOTLIGHT
Smokey
knows


WALTER CARLSON/Chronicle
Members of the Arbor Lakes Quilters recently donated 39 quilts to New Horizons Senior Citizen Home for Christmas. They also
auctioned off an additional nine quilts to buy toys for two children through the Family Resource Center in Hernando. Above,
Sandy Ashcroft and several other Arbor Lake Quilters give a quilt to Travis Clark.


,I







-.2 sUDY J. Y 1, 2006 CnusCONY FL HRNIL


Veterans BRIEFS


The 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
for the month of January, which is
served between 5 and 7 p.m. is as
follows: Jan. 6, roast pork; Jan. 13,
baked chicken; Jan. 20, roast beef;
Jan. 27, fried chicken 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. 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.
VFW Post 7122, Floral City,
the Ladies and Men's Auxiliaries
announce activities for the week of
Jan. 1-7.
Today: The VFW Post will open
at 1 p.m. Check out our Sunday
Special.
Monday: House Committee
meets at 7 p.m.
Tuesday: Early-bird bingo starts
at 6:30 p.m. and regular bingo at 7.
Kitchen open from 4:30 to 7:30
p.m. with sandwiches, salads and
wings.
S Wednesday: BBQ Combo
(chicken and ribs dinner) $6,
served 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. All dinners
are open to the public. (No smok-
ing section available and four
smoke eater fans were installed.)
Thursday: VFW and Ladies
Auxiliary meetings, 7:30 p.m.
(Canteen is closed during the
meetings.)
Friday Dinner: AYCE 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 7-11.
Saturday: Steak Night (filet or
strip) $8.75, served from 5 to 7:30
p.m. Music by Country Swing 7 to
11.
VFW is available for those who
need to serve their community
service.
Glamour Shots Jan. 7-10.
Our Honor Guard is available for
veterans services with military hon-
ors at local chapels, cemeteries,
the National Cemetery in Bushnell.
Call Bill Shaw, Commander.
Our VFW has a "Loan Closet"
for our veterans. Crutches, walkers
and wheelchairs are available.
The VFW Post 7122 is at 8191
S. Florida Ave., in Floral City.
Phone: 637-0100.
Korean War Veterans
Association, Citrus Chapter 192
meets at 1 p.m. the first Tuesday


monthly at VFW Post 10087 in
Beverly Hills behind AmSouth Bank
and across from Haywires. Any mil-
itary person who served from 1950
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. .
The 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.
This is for all Airborne personnel,
not just the 82nd Airbome, 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.
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.
All LST Veterans and wives
are invited to monthly breakfast
meetings at 9 a.m. the first
Saturday monthly at the Golden
Corral Restaurant in Brooksville.
Call (352) 799-1957.
The H.F. NesbitfVFW Post
10087 in Beverly Hills serves
lunches from 12:30 to 3-p.m. on
Tuesday 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 din-
ners 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 menus are
as follows: Jan. 6 chicken cordon
bleu; Jan. 13 beef tips with noo-
dles; Jar. 20 Ladies Auxiliary
spaghetti dinner all you can eat
for $4; Jan. 27 pork tenderloin;
Feb. 3 smoked pork chops; 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.
The Leroy Rooks Jr. VFW
Post 4252 in Heinando will serve
dinner from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Friday


U U I -


p.


Audiologist
Dan Gardner M.S.
33 years experience


huh?)



ST 4J1 -iR







FREE CONSULTATION

Dan Gardner Inc.

Audiology Clinic

Inverness 726-4001 Crystal River 795-5377 6429


* UI ~

a~e


-A i e from Co ril News Proirs"

Available from Commercial News Prowders"


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.
Saturday, and doors open at 9.
Hot food and snacks available. The
auxiliary also sponsors bar bingo at
2 p.m. Tuesday.
Our post Web page can be
viewed by clicking on the VFW
logo at www.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.
The post Honor Guard and
Ladies Auxiliary regularly visit sev-
eral local nursing homes. Join
them and spread some cheer to
veterans who served this country
and who now need our support.
Call 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.
p 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..
SThe U.S. Postal Service, in con-
junction with the U.S. Armed
Forces, will make sure that our
men and women in Iraq receive
these cards as a gift from the car-
ing people of Citrus County. - -
While at the post office, you can
also honor our heroes by purchas-
ing a patriotic, piece of framed art.
'Each 12-by-14-inch piece has a
military collage with a collectable
enamel pin and an actual
"Honoring Veterans" stamp.


Story line:
The last wine au
Winery will ever
The historical w
excellent Caberne
sold due to the
Tortellini. And

January

Historic Cour
Appetizer hour follow
Tortellini Cabernet S


Dinner includes: Caesa
sirloin steak, Hollanda
potatoes and blu
Provided by
Tickets: $
For more information cal
www.InveressAlive.cor
Proceeds
rinN~pwTrT Old Courthous
E wm wfw ^^^^^^^^^^


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 5hone number to
the veteran.
The Gilley-Long-Osteen
VFW 8698 and the LAVFW, 520.
Highway 40 East, Inglis, (one mile
east of U.S. 19) will host a dinner
and dance on Saturday, Jan. 7.
Dinner will include roast beef,
baked potato, vegetable, salad,
rolls and coffee for a $6 donation,
served from 5 to 7 p.m. Smoke-
free dining and the public is wel-
come. Music will be by Eddie
Shannon & Co. from 6:30 to 10:30.
Call 447-3495.
The Suncoast U.S. Navy
Armed Guard and Merchant
Marine Veterans of World War II
announce their 2005-06 meetings
at 11:30 a.m. on the second
Saturday monthly at the Boston
Cooker, 5375 Spring Hill Drive,
Spring Hill. Dates are Jan. 14, Feb.
11, March 11, April 8 and May 13.
All veterans and their wives are
welcome.
The Florida Division -
Yankee Air Force will conduct its
monthly membership meeting at 1
p.m. Saturday, Jan. 14, in Hangar
DA-1 at the Dunnellon Airport off of
County Road 484, about half way
between Dunnellon and State
Road 200. Everyone is welcome. If
you are interested in aviation histo-
ry, or aviation itself, plan to attend.
The YAF is sponsoring a Golf
Tournament on March 4 at Spruce
Creek. The entry fee is $45. And
don't forget the Bombers are com-
ing on March 17 and will be at the
airport until the morning of March
20. As usual, this will be an exciting


getting settled in its new meeting
hall at the VFW in Beverly Hills
located behind the AmSouth Bank
on County Road 491. The meet-
ings are at 7 p.m. the fourth
Thursday monthly. All Marines are
invited to attend.
The detachment has an Honor
Guard of Marine League members
available who take pride in con-
ducting a memorial service for the
deceased member of all branches
of the military not only at local
cemeteries but also at the Florida
National Cemetery-in Bushnell.
Call Bob at 527-1577 or Ralph at
726-7836.
Landing Ship Dock (LSD)
sailors of Citrus County meets at 2
p.m. the fourth Thursday monthly
at Ray's Bar-B-Q in. Crystal River.
Call Jimmie at 621-0617.


WEEKLY LINEUP
Nearly a dozen medical
professionals contribute
their expertise to.
columns in Health &
Life. 'Tuesdays
Read up on all things
school-related in the
Chronicle's Education sec-
tion. 'Wednesdays
Plan menus.for the week
from the tempting recipes
in the Flair for Food sec-
tron..'Thursdays
Get a jump on weekend
entertainment with the
stores in Scene.,'Fridays
See what local houses of
worship plan to do for the
week in the Religion sec-
tion../Saturdays
Read about area business
es in the Business-sec
tion. 'Sundays


weekend.
Call (352) 465-0727. 1 L
Fleet Reserve Association, I
Branch 186 will meet at 6:30 p.m .
on the third Thutsday monthly at
the DAV Building, Independence I
Highway and U.S. 41 North,
Inverness. Call Bob Huscher, sec-
retary, at 344-0727.
The Marine Corps League
Samuel R. Wall Detachment 1139
will have its regular meeting at 7:30
p.m. the third Thursday monthly at
VFW Post 7122 in Floral City. All
members are encouraged to I i_
attend. Former Marines as new
members arealso welcomed. Call -, I
Tom Heron at 637-2724 or Bob
Hines at 746-6908. es Pee
S The Military Order of Devil ag '
Dogs Meeting: contact Chris at i an 5h iss f The Citrus County
795-7000..R In the January 5 issue of The Citrus County-
SThe Marine Corps League I Chr icle you'll find great money-saving coupons
Citrus Detachment 819 is now from these area businesses:

Si* Al's TV Antenna & Satellite
cARACT e&* onAmerigas a
SER INSTITUTE B Klean Car'Wash .
eilence... with love" Best BuyWater.com
*.Bush Carpet Cleaning
A Canine Coiffures Pet Groomihng:,.
A C, ./I* Chilson's Garage
SCino's Car Care a Taxi Service g
SComo Auto, Truck & RV Sales & Service ,
or cataiact evaluations with: Consumer Car Care
Gils rM Crystal Chevrolet/Chrysier-Dodge-Jeep
,I Crystal River Amoco
January 5th Dairy Queen
SDiscount Wallpaper
lls Center Eagle Buick GMC Truck, Inc.
vd. Sring Hill Father & Son's Hearing ,i
SLukesEe.com i Gulf Coast Ford
uv/ II a.d "n* Horizon Cleaning Service
ment and Most Insurances Jazzercise
rgical treatments for astigmatism. Joe's Carpet -,

S* Kelly's Health Club I
S* Michaels Floor Covering
SI* NetSignia On Line I
Pepperidge Farms
Powell Square Auto Repair
I Remax Realty One / Barbara Mills
Roy Brown Lincoln Mercury
action the Tortellini Brothers Suncoast Optical Dr. Navin Singh, O.D. l
hold is aboutto take place. I I I.Tires, Plus I
vinery, known for its rare but I I Total Carpet & Upholste'ry Cleaner
ets and Chardonnays is being Village Cadillac Toyota
death of its owner, Georgio Wally's Amoco Detail Shop
it's such a crime! Literally! I

28 5 p.m. Find it in the I

those, Inverness :*
iwed by dinner and FREE
auvignon and Chardonnay I

ar Salad, Five cheese stuffed I 5VR
ise broccoli, murder mashed
eberry scream brulee.
Chateau Chansezz. Inside the I
50 per person C I T R .U x 0 U I
l 344-9900 or visit
n.
sto benefit the
se Heritage Museum


'Exc
considering

CATAR

SURGERY
Appointments are available f

James P.
Thursday,

Seven Hil
1180 Mariner BI
1-800-282-7785 *
We Accept Medicare Assign
K St. Luke's also offers all possible su


"5
---


Jan. 2 to 6
MENUS

School is out all week
CONGREGATE DINING
Monday: New Year's
Holiday (Observed by County)
All Sites Closed. Home-deliv-
ered clients received a shelf
staple meal on Friday, Dec. 30,
along with the Holiday Meal.
The shelf staple meal is to be
used for today's lunch.
Tuesday: Oven fried chick-
en, black-eyed peas, mixed:
greens, biscuit with mar-
garine, peach crisp with
whipped topping, low-fat milk
.Wednesday: Meatballs with,
mushroom gravy, succotash,
okra and tomatoes, whole
wheat bread with margarine,
fresh banana, low-fat milk
Thursday: Northern bean
and turkey ham casserole, win-
ter vegetable medley, tossed
salad and French dressing,
warm strawberry applesauce,
cornbread with margarine,
low-fat milk
Friday: Tuna pasta -salad,.
beet and onion salad, green.
pea and cheese salad, whole
wheat bread with margarine,
vanilla pudding with topping
and \watfers, low-fat milk
Congregate dining sites
include: East Citrus, Crystal
River, Homosassa Springs,
Inverness, and South
Dunnellon. call Support
Services at 795-6264.

FORMS AVAILABLE
The Chronicle has-forms
available for wedding and
engagement announce-
ments, anniversaries,
birth announcements and
first birthdays.
Call Linda Johnson at
563-5660 for copies.


CITRUS CouNTY (FL) CHRONIcLE'


VEI'FRP A NS


- A -- ?







SUNDAY, JANUARY 1, 2006 13A


CITRUS LVUNN7Y (FL)i .A1A'L1YLL


Caldwell-Bryan

Jeff Bryan and Tabetha
Caldwell exchanged wedding
vows June 25, 2005, at North
Oak Baptist Church in Citrus
Springs. The Rev. Stan Stewart
and the Rev. Lloyd Bertine offi-
ciated at the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Gordon and Beth Caldwell, ~, .
Homosassa, and the groom is ,
the son of Richard and Mary
Bryan, Atchison, Kan.
The bride, escorted to the
altar by her father, wore a
straplessgown with pearls and .
beads adorning the gown.
Rachall Tudor was the
matron of honor and Joe t
Domann was the best man.
Bridesmaids were Tina
Hickman, Sharon Romeo and. -
Crystal Geoghean. They wore -
light purple gowns. .
Groomsmen were David .
Bryan, Joshua Caldwell and
Cavan Winn.
Following the ceremony, a
reception was hosted by the
bride's parents at the Citrus The groom is a graduate of
Springs Community Center. Benedictine College in
The couple honeymooned in Atchison, Kan., where he
St Augustine. received, a journalism degree.
The bride is a graduate of He is employed as the univer-
Seven Rivers Christian School sal desk editor at The Villages
and is employed as reception- Daily Sun.
ist at Nature Coast The couple is residing in
Orthopaedics. Citrus County.


Tucker-Foxworth


William "Bill" Foxworth II
and Judy Tucker were united
in marriage Thursday, Oct. 20,
2005, in Blaine, Wash. The Rev.
Ray Herman performed the
service.
The bride is the daughter of
Jim Bard and Jeannie
Achbach, both of Crystal River.
She is a Crystal River High
School graduate currently
employed as administrative
assistant for Chuck-Morgan of
Raymond James Financial.
The groom is the son of
Kathryn Foxworth ofDade City
and the late William Foxw\orth.
He is a Pasco
Comprehensive High School
graduate currently employed
as IT manager for Hospice of
Citrus County.
Both the bride and groom
are very involved in the com-
munity with groups like Citrus
Sertolma, Citrus Serteens and
Parrot Heads of Citrus County.
The couple plans a trip to
the Keys for fun, fishing and

Zonak-

Gordon Knight and Patricia
Joan Zonak of Winter Garden
were united in marriage at 2
p.m. Saturday, Nov. 26, 2005, at
The Italian Social Club -in
Hernando. Donna Viglione
from the Wedding Chapel in
Inverness- performed the
Christian ceremony. Matron of
honor was Kim Payne and best
man was Charles Cascio.


St. Clair-Deitz


John David Deitz and Keri
Ruth St. Clair were united in
marriage at 11 a.m. Saturday,
Nov. 26, 2005, in an outdoor
wedding ceremony overlook-
ing the lake at Liberty Park in
Inverness. Donna Viglione
from the Wedding Chapel in
Inverness performed the tra-
ditional Christian ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Joel and Linda St. Clair of
Dunnellon.
The groom is the son of John
SDeitz of Broward County and
Lisa Cahill of Dunnellon.
Maid of honor was Kari
Szymczak, best man was
Matthew Deitz, and grooms-
man was Jason Szymczak
The reception was held at
the park


Zimmer-Lyles

Jill S. Zimmer and Emory A. "
Lyles were married on Nov. 25,
2005, in a sunset ceremony at
the Nassau House in Key West.
The bride is the daughter of
Janice and Fred Zimmer of
Citrus Hills. She graduated
magna cum laude from Lasell
College and is employed with '
Citrus County Fire Rescue.
The groom is the son of
Esther Lyles and the late E.
Allen Lyles of Ocala. He was in
the Li S. Nay and is employed
with Progress Energy.
The couple will reside in
Crystal River..


In the SERVICE


Marr. in e
Corps Private
First Class
William (Billy)
J. Jasinski
graduated
from boot
camp at Parris
Island, South
Carolina in William
December. jasinski
A 2005 grad-
uate of Withlacoochee
Technical Institute and a


relaxing.
They will live in Beverly
Hills.
A wedding reception will be
held in February. At that time,
the couple will be able to cele-"
brate their union with friends
and family.

-Knight


Young Marine for 5 years,: PFC
Jasinski will be stationed first
at Camp Geiger, and then at
Camp LeJeune.
PFC Jasinski's Military
Occupational Specialty (MOS)
will be Culinary Operations.
He is the son of Eileen and
Kevin Doherty, and Joe
Jasinski (deceased). Billy
Jasinski is from Floral City,.
and was a Manatee Young
Marine (Inverness). He also
attended Citrus High School.


Four generations


Special to the Chronicle-
A four generations get-together was celebrated on Dec. 17
at the home of Barbara Davis in Beverly Hills. From left:
Bertha B. Schmid, great-grandmother; Michele A. Distler,
mother, holding Bryce R. Distler, her son; and Barbara A.
Davis, grandmother.


- Engagement

Caterizno-Schneide


Richard and Wendy Caterino
of Inverness are. pleased to
announce the engagement of
their daughter Amy Lynn to
Robert Lewis Schneider: son of
John and Joanna Schneidel:
also of Inverness.
The couple were engaged in
November 2004 at Sea World-
Orlando in front of everyone at
Shamu Stadium .. :
SThe bride-elect is a national-
ly certified pharmaceutical
technician. She is a ('96) gradu-
ate of Citrus High School and
Central Florida Commuinity
College.
The future bridegroom is a
service technician for Citrus
Well Drill in.'He is a t'9511 radl-
uate of Lecanto High School
and a ('99) graduate of CFCC


Crimi nal Justice Academy
The wedding ceremony and
reception are set for April 8,
2006. at the Hilton in Ocala.


GOT A NEWS TIP?
* The Chronicle welcomes tips from readers about breaking
news. Call the newsroom at 563.5660. and be prepared to
give your name, phone number, and the address of the
news event.
* To submit story ideas for feature sections, call 563.5660
and ask for Cheri Harris. Again, be prepared to leave a
detailed message.


VFW Post 4864 delivers to United Basket
a a


Jack Walker. com-
mander of Edward
W. Penno VFW
Post 4864 of Citrus
Springs, delivers 27
turkeys to United
Basket of Inverness
to be distributed to
needy families in
Citrus County for
their Christmas din-
ner. Vickie Karr,
assistant director of
the charity, shows
her heartfelt appre-
ciation to Walker
for the gift from the
post. Thanks to all
those who donate
gifts and volunteers
giving their time,
many folks will
have a Merry
Christmas.


r.










.-T


















r-.









i I



I..


Meyers-Ray


William Harold Ray and
Erin Michelle Meyers were
united in marriage on
Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 24,
2005, on the dock at the cou-
ple's home in Homosassa over-
looking the Homosassa River.
Donna Viglione from. The
Wedding Chapel in Inverness
performed the Christian cere-
mony.


FORGET TO
PUBUCIZE?
* Submit photos of suc-,
cessful community events
to be published in the
Chronitle.
* Call 563-5660 for
details.


SALON

PROFESSIONAL

ACADEMY

Cosmetology Class Starts
January 16th, 2006

Class size limited! Enroll today!
Convenient payment plans
Placement in over 6,000 salons
352.341.3500
800.858.5909
admissions@thespaschoolfla.com
1522 US Hwy. 41 N. Inverness Florida
','--------------------





S'1,000 OFF TUITION

*For starting in the January 16t, 2006 class. Bring this coupon to enroll.JJ
-.. ---------..- -- --- -- -- .


Weddings


'A'. .- h. .1 i,., m lChronicle


E otIswm
h~ete I


--sV--n`~~


:"IACCETIN


A ul:


1'17T ) r"OnAID-T


--


T a- T'ri T

















4 a am a




411 qb--


Emmo a


,~

~frr*"
a ~


0o- --W
... -. -m
a a


0 4


- 40M -


o -


a-o


- .


1-- 0









am w w- ow.~
'"m ap41"- lM a
OWD .401110 a 6om

a -o..m qlmlm
-a a -m


lo .@MI




ISP-


Ty '.'-41m-w
4w- moam- apq




--dom 0 4
a- a - 0

-Imm






mo 4-4. a
411010 ftm ftm
qa-ft.No --a 44110

- t .00 .40qa 0


6 M

-4MID NO-MN



amp -Go40m

a- do.





40 4 a 4N I

ofo-w 40 a-s

-am- -
qw-



4dllmo- alot- -

40o 4m -

ob. d- ft .
t


- 6

a -
-
a--a -
a a
a- -

~-- ..-
* S.


em


am- 400

4b0
6c.-
ae

t LI
s -


-".Copyrighted Material





SSyndicated Content




)le from CommerciallNews Providers.


p.IN - -
- a- a a r--


0 44M mp- a- --
*mm a --a
_ _ a M o p m, 41 1
m- dooa- 0-



Mmm~oSmmoo- 400%a-
4UMNON aw-mm s 0 4



-4DW

a~ a-







-~ _a
a- M om ap a-

Sn a


W -
40 %- -- -
* -momm mi a- u-immo 4 -
__ ilmo m

40 ofb4 o oa&
MINO a im-v



_- r
a- L





L-~
*umo 410m -Moo
- aw ilopfit-.


- a-m omea-&
4w mi, -mmp 0mom -s
a- -11111 a-0mp- 1



a- mso- -Am- ME
. E aw 0a -um4m-m
400M 41D um,* qsm

MEN0 -mg -44M -o
~r
-u ,A am---m
dom t- -b M



41. 1low 4ME-EW qm


-_ ___ a


a- p a -
4w Uom om w a-.










-I U
smom 4




-a


a
-0






411ft 0 t -OWA
--a apdo- .- coop



a4O
44M480- lma





awl-











a- -
4111100M 4

41M-b wma-- a

*mumo 41110 ab




Wa-
a- a- a .-
4b no IIN. -

a101f f- mo- 0- 4w

ON-- AD. aM
~- a--


Mb 4b 4p--.
4NO W. aam-- -
q a 8441- do
- amm 0 mm a-a-q
..,ab -- am& 0



---GN---

-m -a -- ---"


Learn more toda

www.GulfCoastSpine.net

Mlininally Ivasive Surgery Minimally Invasive Fusions
Kyphoplasly for,Comnpression Fractures Scoliosis
Reconstructive Spine Surgdr Spinal tumors Physical Therapy


352341-4778
HigoIitu &*23IJk.Nond Brydni Hev.


Jlanes JoephA RnW D).

352-592-7772
ighSiy .r lli9 C'IL orP [n hd I' 1
Spring li|a


0 a- -
SIM 0- -0'-


~ ~ -
a- ~- a -a- -a

-r a-- a- a rc
a 40a-oa - a- .




a -M- --4b

ob qw 4 a a- a -







a c - -a
a- a --
40 10M a d a-
* 4 ~-- 41.---4 w A a-w

4WD-f-wo- ow a -d amio- *a -
qw -- 4 4 48W- do 4 4ba- - amm
0 q-- --a-% 04al- lm q a- b w
mm a-a 4wa-a-MMNN-t m- a4o 4 -4
qb-4apal 64w --G -m q 400 -aw .. 4
qa-. MINN. sow 4mb A- a-
- oal -a 4a-ow m -4h-- a a -
-800 4- amm W0 4 -4w



41b -oft aw40a00- 40 0 4
ft-aO a- 4b- a-

-- -. m a -
-~ a -a
-0 m .4p


Mariner Of The Seas
7 Day Eastern Caribbean
Oct 1st, 2006
From $663.00
Per person based on double occupancy, capacity
controlled, and Includes port taxes and government .ees.

Call Accent Travel Group at:
Accent Travel-Inverness 726-6623
Crystal River Travel 795-6623 E
Dunnellon Travel 489-6194 @




Carnival's Spirit
7 Day Alaska Southbound
May 24, 2006
From $795.00
Per person boed on double occupancy, capacity
control, and Includes pot axes and gove meant fees.
OCW pil nep nRnlry.: ol;:ina Panama
Call Accent Travel Group at:
Accent Travel-Inverness 726-6623
Crystal RiverTravel 795-6623
Dunnellon Travel 489-6194


PJP2 Catholic School
Fundraising Cruise
with Motorcoach
March 30-April 2, 2006

JUST CRU'e
c.a & Travel
Deals Hwy 44 Inverness
Details 726-2889 or (800) 306-7477
www.justcruiseandtravel.com '


Becky's i;elStoe
HAPPY NEW YEAR
CelebrityX( Cruises'"
Celebrity Cruise Line
Xceptional Offers For 2006
Senior Specials On Caribbean
Mexican Riviera Alaska So. America
Prices Starting At $420.00 Per Person.
Oceanview. Call To Book Your Cruise Today


a- *

--a a a o
-EO f.. 11ma 4



- as
41- n- a 4 bf





r-I-
O Da -
a- 6- qmmp

-a 4 -oft 4wo
- aO q 4a-
ft qos a "-a m





4 -.- qm amp qu
*b 4 a - MDa- -
e--
00- 4- --ft4 a -ft
4b 40 q___d

a-.0-gnw40-
4ma- f- a-


a mo lp a


OEM--.0 Mb
--.GNP


Capt. Mike's

Lazy River

Cruises
River Cruises
On The:
Withlacoochee River
WERainbow Springs River

For Reservations 352-637-2726


-Capt. Mike's -
:Swim with the Manatees Year-Rouw'
With
20% Off This co.uon h
" L V 1/01/06 l -O Tllru 1 |1
As Low As $30pp
352-628-3450
E ir 4I lil-Isi1, I I 1'J I lL I il(e]

-Capt Stu's -
Custom Airboat Tours,
S 352-302-9207
| lA~alAVR5 I iS>!01.oin(i


7T 77



En u
Rl. T,


,,


. qqw -


I ..-.,


14%






SUNDAY, JANUARY 1, 2006 ISA


f->_._- rn^,r,,, 07T I\ f ..V4-


Citrus County Bar adopts seniors

..- : .x k


Special to the Chronicle
Recently, the Citrus County Bar Association teamed up with Citrus County's Community
Support Services to adopt area seniors and provide gifts for them this holiday season. Twenty-
five seniors received gifts as well as fruit. baskets, thanks to the Citrus County Bar
Association. From left are: Nancy Lietz (case manager); Diane Monce (WCCC Senior Center
aide); Pat Coles (senior programs supervisor); Michele Lieberman (Citrus County Bar
Association president), and Brenda Gates (WCCC Community Center coordinator).


.. MCopyrighted Material


-. -:Syndicated Content

Available from Commercial News Providers"-

- -* -- l qn* m *


~ C
ftw - 4- ___pip
-w q mmw- o
- 4 4M -

mww - 4100


C 0
Q -M .


-b-

-dm ~


. m - -


Friends of Library offer 1890s tales''
The Friends of the Lakes Region Library
..I will present Citrus County in the 1890s
at its annual meeting and program Jan.
'10 at 10:30 a.m. Three visitors from the.:
past will delight the audience with tales
of Citrus County in the 1890s, courtesy
of the Floral City Heritage Council. A
brief business meeting includes instal-
lation of officers and plans for thek'
Spring Book Sale April 7-11 to at the
Citrus County Auditorium. The meeting
will be in the library's community room.
Refreshments will be served, and the
public is welcome. Call the Lakes
Region Library at 726-2357 or visit the4
Library System's Web site at
www.cclib.org.
Special to the Chronicle


Today MOVIES


Citrus Cinemas 6 -
Inverness
Box Office 637-3377
"The Producers" (PG-13)
12:45 p.m., 3:45 p.m., 7:10 p.m.,
10:05 p.m.
"Rumor Has It" (PG-13) 1205
p.m., 2:25 p.m., 4:50 p.m., 7:20
p.m., 10:15 p.m.
"Cheaper By The Dozen"
(PG) 12:20 p.m, 2:35 p.m., 5 p.m.,
7:45 p.m., 10:25 p.m.
"Fun With Dick and Jane"
(PG-13) 12:15 p.m., 2:30 p.m.,
4:55 p.m., 7:40 p.m., 10:20 p.m.
No passes or super savers.
"King Kong" (PG-13) Noon, 4
p.m., 8 p.m.
"Chronicles of Narnia" (PG)
12:30 p.m., 3:50 p.m., 7 p.m., 10
p.m. Digital.
Crystal River Mall 9; 564-


6864
"RumorHas It" (PG-13) 11:35
a.m., 2:15 p.m., 4:40 p.m., 7:45
p.m., 10:15 p.m. Digital.
"The Ringer" (PF-13) Noon,
2:30 p.m., 4:50 p.m., 7:10 p.m.,
9:55 p.m.:
"Cheaper By The Dozen"
(PG) 11:40 a.m., 2:20 p.m., 4:45
p.m., 7:40 p.m., 10:05 p.m.
Digital..
"Fun With Dick and Jane"
(PF-13) 11:45 a.m., 2:35 p.m., 5
p.m., 7:50 p.m., 10:10 p.m,
Digital. No passes or super
savers.
"Family Stone" (PG-13) 11:50
a.m., 2:25p.m., 4:55 p.m., 8 p.m'.,
10:25 p.m..
"King Kong" (PG-13) 11:30
a.m., 3:30 p.m., 7:30 p.m.
Digital.


Realtors- -:.-


Pae Ze&dma
Broker, GRI


i usness assoates, cnts, & firends; 2005 was another successit'
year.It/ s b-n ajoy doing bus,'nss ,n tIh,'sra t community. Thank you
forar support aita'we oo forward to aprosperous 2006 wthlcoa.

1590 N. leadow crest Blvd.
Crystal River. Florida 34429
PAT L@ATLANTIC NET
Office: (352) 563-1551 Toll Free: 1-800-286-1551 Godcrest Real
Fax: (3521 563-6001 Cr. C-...% .-


f'


"Memoirs of a Geisha" (PG-
13) 12:40 p.m., 4:15 p.m.,, 7:25
p.m., 10:35 p.m. Digital.
"Syriana" (R) 7 p.m., 10,p.m.
"Chronicles of Narnia" (PG)
1 p.m., 4:10 p.m., 7:20 p.m.,
10:30 p.m. Digital.
"Harry Potter & the Goblet of
Fire" (PG-13) 12:30 p.m., 3:45
p.m.
V i s i -
www.chronicleonline.coti for
area movie listings and Vnter-
tainment information.

I looked downait mini~licnd
and almost tainted..-' .
'"What Hoppened,
to My Diamond!"
Don't let th/ishappen
loyou. Bring your
Iavonte diamond or' -
lemsitne ring to '
KerinethCharIle .
jewelers lor a free
Safety"Check. WVe il -- ..- ,
thoroughly inspec your nn -,
while you wait. There's no charge and no qbli
gaton so you hve no ev\cusse lu put it btff -

,9 nneth harbes,

89 W. Gulj' oILake Hwy., Leianto
next to Smart Inteniors .

527-2556
: .. ,-." Hous 10-5Ol.;n LhruFrn- li0-I(P2


l '- - d* ,
0.l' .. . ,


to serve-'


that I


Ralph Massullo, Sr.
Patty Massullo
Lisa McDonald
Katie Douglas
Kelly Adkins
Debra Norville
Robin Gage
Kim Judge
Marci Alwin
Anita Sergent
Wilma Becker


Ralph E. Massullo
M.D. FAAD
William Welton
M.D. FAAD
Michael Wartels
M.D. FAAD
Margaret Collins
M.D. FAAD
Brian Bomono
PA-C
Kristy Chatham
PA-C


ieg ijLV'
Pr - .. -. *---- ,'
you this


..I.
'"JII^


%- W FW'5 W AW* r "7A m '.yi. -, pP-I. 7.,:-

his New Year w giri u .'


health and happiness.


Carol McGurl Che7yl Gerard Erica Whitaker
Donna Hales Valerie Kennedy Narc ;indalong
Angel Martinez Latova Tenner Ruti fwers'
Jackie Meyer Erik Herbert BrittaTy Hall
Lea Craig Sheri Edward,,: Michelo'Chapuis;.
Amy Reilly Katie Moore Rose Biacones' '
Betty Michaels Jay Sirel Stacie Brorn
Lucy Miller Yolanda Ramos Karen, Rpbles
Gail Inmon April Gimbrone April .HFianey
Jennifer Morin Kathleen Dalton Terr nte
* *:!.s? *i


fUnCOAfT DERMATOLOGYW

AoiD fKifn SURGERY CEnTER


(352) 746-2200
Allen Ridge Professional Village, 525 N. Dacie Pt., Lecanto, FL 34461


(352) 873-1500
TimberRidge Medical Park, 9401 SW Hwy. 200, Ocala, FL 34481


I-.


CITRUS COUNTYr (PL) CHRONICLE: t


I I


C


..; -ir







IV% OUNDAY, J -N)V120C uC N ()CO


DIgpon sti a mr


I


Poem paves way to


Happy N



4b-ebb.
Pm-
4D-


"Copyrighted Mater


SSyndicated Content


SAvailable from Commercial News


a,


0


- a. -a


W-40 4
W b a -
4w owm-um
m.- -B-UD


4.- -. --N -.
S -.NM.-... me
-a..-Nmb qw-
*
- 0 .


a. -


wft .- ~
a0- -
N- -


- b -


SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS
* Follow the instructions on today s Opinion page to serd a letter to the editor.
* Letters must be no longer than 350 words, and writers will be limited to three letters per
Month.





'. ". Hike fo6 Hospice
Saturday, January 14th, 2006 starting at 8:00am
benefits
S'bout children ,
,heb Divisiono( (i Camp o o -Hope
lospice of Cilrus Courly abc.. .r, n :
Start Location: Liberty Park (Inverness Trail Head) on North Apopka Ave; in Inverness, FL
Hike goes South to Fort Cooper Road and back to Liberty Park.
Individual Participants raesin $25 or More will receive a long-sleeved T-shirt.
Teams will require $25 per team niembe" for each to receive a long-sleeved T-shirt.
The Top Three Individuals raising money and Top Three Teams wlll win prizes.
Food, Drinks and Entertainment will be available at the Finish Line with Prizes awarded at 10:30am.
\.. i ; Hike for Hospice Sponsors:

HOSPICE wI ':.v--.
oF cn courWY.iN. CMRUiN For Sponsorship Opportunities czl 352-527-0065 ext 228
352.527.2020
All Participants in Hike for Hospice must fill out the below registration form.
If you r.,gsler on-line at www hospiceofcllruscounty.org please download the registration form and mail or fax to:
S' Hike for Hospice, Hospice of Citrus County; PO Box 641270, Beverly Hills, FL 34464
S For More Information Call 352,527.0063 ext 228 or Fax 352,527.0386
Please Circle One: Team Individual Please Mail Registration & Make Checks Payable to:
Team Name (If Appllcabt) Hospice of Citrus County
Name PO BOX 641270, Beverly Hills, FL 34464
Address Amount Enclosed $
City State Zip _
SE-Mail ShirtSize (crcr one) S M L XL XXL
S ...- ........ ..... ..................." ........-.,,,..,..

Signature of Participant Date
Signature of Parent or Legal Guardian (ir under 18) Date
--------------------------------------------------------------


-1

4b do Qb5 ---o p
41b 4m-fm. .
=me twbqw 0 m 40- -p.

-p 0 4mom -.0 "
qw 0 -001m- = ou*
am 404w-4a*o. -



40 4b M--..Ngomm*41
w -mo -m Wm*4
low- m- o -
om -0- a -


a. - ty domm.m-
.w
-EPAM


V'%I I

*mom amp a


i .











I



0-'
CT;M

















9I 0
'aW


--RO


'C'>
o q)I







7%,

W. -


4aob
fr-





1W.

-





*C.


a-
0




a .
* *

Sb


par
V"rn-


'a-


waz*

-GP


i4.-7


I IW


NI


a. w


CITRUS COUNTY (F=L) CHRONICLE~


ISASUNDAY.~a TaNuARav 1, 2006


lew Year

swmm-ot f- -
0.m 0 mq -
a mp -0111=04. -4
b- go



.

vial 4 o
i~~ a f-- m --.


-C -



Providers"




N -
*@men* '

.41w z ft-.O0* "
-mm -.EO a ftm_ -M f
t*


SQ E 4 -D









o -
-









C
SUNDAY
JANUARY I, 2006
w- v/ r cr i': :l : nCri lr i. jm,-


Showdown on presidential power


Face-off likely early in year
JIM HUNTER
jhunter@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
he stage may be set for a high noon, consti-
tutional showdown between the executive
and legislative branches of government this
month.
If critics of President George W Bush get
their way, there will be congressional hearings
early in the new year to investigate the presi-
dent's domestic intelligence program regarding
terrorism.
The hearings would focus on the intelligence-
gathering methods being used by the super-
secret National Security Agency (NSA) as
ordered by the president.
Critics from both parties in Congress have
questioned whether President Bush has the
authority to spy on citizens in the United States
without getting a warrant, as specified in the
Fourth Amendment to the Constitution and in
the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA)
of 1978.
Executive authority
President Bush said he "absolutely" does have
the authority, but has said his executive order


WHAT'S
YOUR VIEW?
* What's your view
on the domestic
spying controversy?
Share it with other
Citrus Countians
pondering the
issue. Keep
responses to 250
words or less.
Comments will be
printed in next
Sunday's Com-
mentary issue.
8 Send responses
via e mail to
hunter@
chronicleonline
.com, or fax to
Commentary
Responses at 563-
3280. Responses
can also be typed
or written and
mailed to: Com-
mentary Page; Jim
Hunter, News
Dept.; The Chron-
icle; 1624 N.
Meadowcrest
Blvd.; Crystal River,
FL 34429.
* Responses must
be received by
noon Thursday.


allowing the eaves-
dropping was limited
to people with known
links to the terrorist
group al-Qaida.
He and administra-
tion officials say he
has the authority to
order wire tapping,
eavesdropping and
otherwise intercept
private communica-
tion without a court
warrant. They say he
has the authority, first,
by virtue of his execu-
tive powers, including
his authority as com-
mander-in-chief -
powers that Vice
President Dick Chen-
ey said should actually
be broadened.
Second, the presi-
dent said he has the
authority to do so from
the Authorization to
Use Military Force
powers given to him by
Congress shortly after
the 9/11 terrorist
attacks in 2001. That
vote of Congress
authorized him to use
"all necessary and
appropriate force" to
battle al-Qaida.
In defending his
order, Bush has said


investigators often need to move fast with terror-
ists who adapt and change tactics quickly.
The issues at play
His critics either disagree outright with his
position, or at least aren't so sure he is on firm
constitutional grounds. Their positions vary
from the view that he has exceeded his authority


to the view he has
intentionally violated
the law and the
Fourth Amendment
to the Constitution.
One Democrat con-
gressman has intro-
duced a bill to deter-
mine whether there
are grounds for im-
peachment; though
that is highly unlikely
in the Republican-
controlled House of
Representatives.
Here's what's
happening


To say
unchecked
power basically
is ascribing
some kind of
dictatorial
position to the
president,
which I


Bush and adminis-
tration officials have strongly reject.
said that the presi-
dent's order to con- .. I am doing
duct domestic sur-
veillance specifies what you
that if it involves a cit-
izen, one end of the expect me to
intercepted conversa-
tions must take place do, and at the
on foreign soil. In i
other words, inter- Same time,
cepting conversations safeguarding
between two citizens
in the U.S. would the civil
require a warrant
The New York liberties of the
Times, which broke
the story after hold-. country.
ing it for a year, said
in a Dec. 21 story that
officials had admit- President Bush
ted, however, that
technical glitches had resulted in a. small num-
ber of mistakes because of the difficulty in deter-
mining whether communications were, in fact,
international or domestic.
More recently, the Times has reported that the


Gerry Mulligan
OUT THE
WINDOW


Copyrighted Materia


Sy, o "cated Contenti

Available rom Commercial News Providers',


President George W. Bush and his administration are defending the president's secret order made
shortly after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, regarding domestic surveillance of U.S. citizens Without war-
rants. Some members of Congress have criticized the practice the administration says is designed to
root out ties with terrorists. Critics are saying it's unconstitutional and illegal and have called for
congressional hearings.

PERTINENT TEXT


SAmendrrent IV, Bill of Rights: The right of
the people to be secure in their persons,
houses, papers, and effects, against unrea.
sonable searches and seizures, shall not be
violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but
upon probable cause, supported by Oath or
affirmation, and-particularly describing the
place to be searched and the persons or
things to be seized.
* Title 50 of the United States Code, Chapter
36 (FISA), states:
(1) Notwithstanding any other law, the Fresi
dent, through the Attorney General, may
authorize electronic surveillance without a
court order under this chapter to acquire for-
eign intelligence information for periods of up
to one year if the Attorney General certifies in
writing.under oath that (A) the electronic
surveillance is solely directed at (i) the
acquisition/of the contents of communica-
tions transmitted by means of communica-
tions used exclusively between or among for-
eign powers ... or i(1) the acquisition of tech-
nical intelligence, other than the spoken com-
munications of individuals, from property or
premises under the open and exclusive con-
trol'of a foreign power... (B) there is no sub-


NSA has conducted much broader surveillance
of e-mails and phone calls without court orders
than the administration had acknowledged.
The Times reported that the NSA was assisted
by some unnamed American telecommunication
companies to obtain access to streams of domes-
tic and international communications, and
combs through large volumes of phone and
Internet data in search of patterns that might
lead to terrorists.
The story, quoting an unnamed official, said
the volume of information from data and voice
networks, taken without court-approved war-
rants, is much larger than the White House has
acknowledged. It quoted a former technology
manager at an unnamed major telecommunica-
tion firm as saying that companies have been
storing information on calling patterns since the
Sept. 11 attacks and given the findings to the fed-
eral government.

Critics: FISA circumvented
The president's critics say that first, FISA is
clear and specifies that spying on citizens in the
U.S. requires a warrant. They point out that the


stantial likelihood that the surveillance will
Acquire the contents of any communication
tL which a United States person is a party ...
* Criminal sanctions
(a) Prohibited activities A person is guilty of an
offense if he Intentionally (1) engages in
electronic surveillance under color of law
except as authorized by statute ...
(b) Defense It is a defense to a prosecution
under subsection (a) of this section that the
defendant was a law enforcement .or inves-
tigative officer engaged inrthe course of his
official duties and the electronic surveillance
was authorized by and conducted pursuant to
a search warrant or court order of a court of
competent jurisdiction.
(cl Penalties An offense described in this sec-
tion is punishable by a fine of not more than
$10,000 or imprisonment for not more than
five years, or both.
(d) Federal jurisdiction There is Federal juris-
diction over an offense undei this section if
the person committing the offense was an
officer or employee of the United States at
the time the offense was committed.


act was, in fact, created to give a president and
his administration the power to move quickly -
and even do so without a warrant for a certain
period of time. Under FISA, 1,758 secret surveil-
lance warrants were sought in 2004 and every
one was granted.
.So the argument of needing to
move quickly doesn't fly, critics
say. That's what FISA was creat-
ed for, they add, and they ask why
the administration didn't try to
change the law if it wasn't ade- -
quate.
In fact, it almost did, but it
backed off. Sen. Tom Daschle, Tom
who was the Democrat Senate Daschle
majority leader at the time, said
in a Washington Post article that he balked at an
administration initiative to include the domestic
spying authority in the resolution backing the
use of force just days after 9/11. The administra-
tion said it understood the effort would be diffi-
cult if not impossible, and dropped it.
But that initiative, Daschle said, was recogni-
Please see SHOWDOWN/Page 4C


How


did we



do?

ach year; the Chronicle
offers 10 goals for the
community. You will
find those goals published in
today's paper: I always enjoy
going back to review the goals
we suggested and offer the
community a grade. So here
goes:
Lock down growth manage-
ment plans: Grade B.
The good news is that the
county commission stood its
ground against the Wal-ilMart
development on U.S. 19 south
of Crystal River The misguid-
ed annexation effort by the city
of Crystal River failed and the
developers are now back nego-
tiating with the county com-
mission. This was a major pos-
itive statement that the county
is M killing to fight develop-
ments that conflict with the
comprehensive plan. On the
other hand, the county stum-
bled with the proposed Withla-
coochee River development
near Inglis, permitting major
growth near the power plant
and an active rock mine.
Keep road improvements
ahead of growth: Grade B.
The county adopted a 25-
year transportation plan and
Please see WINDOW/Page 6C


JI


*0

l .4
0I
r~;~l3..
Lae- I


,~ 01


0)


+0
1%\


+'C









+ Q
a)











+0
O

__ +


*0

0),



01



C

C')


II
O
(0)

E


E
E




0
E


4--
O
01)



II
'(5
H>


~ rU






"And in today already walks
tomorrow.


2C
SUNDAY
JANUARY 1, 2006
www.chronicleonline.com


Samuel Taylor Coleridge


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





'l aw -i O s




-W


- -


4M - w


b 4.. o..- -pu n ,

.o w- -4, 4 1 0C- 4 *


- d-- a4
*. -- -. On
o *


-

,- "Copyrighted Material


-z Syndicated Content f I _.
-- RunI~a'-0-00-


Available from Commercial News Providers"
-MEO4- -0-0 .w
amp O- .0 --0 b .

4ft -
a -0- 0

-...

ft, =.- - : 7w-D
.. M ..w

.- O9- a- h- W
-. d -IN

46 O- M - ~
-~ ~ ~. .- ...___


--
-* -

b .- m M
M- MMM -- 0 4 10. -


- -bw w


Raising standards
I read in the paper today
about the opinions about
the union workers. I'd like
to know if these people
would rather live like peo-
ple in these foreign coun-
tries where they work for
30 cents a day. The unions
have brought up the stan-
dards of living for people
here in America so that we
can have middle-class citi-


0w -NW mm


benefits that are so needed
to survive in the United
States these days if
they did have unions.
Greater benefits


Thursday, Dec. 15, refer-
ence the editorial board's
S opinion concerning the
proposed RV park on
0579 (State Road) 44 East: Has
any member of the board
driven east on (State
Road) 44 and really looked at the
proposed site? Take a look at the
already existing subdivisions west
and east of the proposed site; Tsala
Gardens, look at the density. And up
on (S.R.) 44, take a good look at the
mobile home communities both
north and south on (S.R.) 44. Look
at the mobile home park across from
the proposed site. Now tell us how
this park will be detrimental to the
lakes and the environment. I ques-
tion your reasoning. Does TOO FAR
influence your opinion?. How did they
get into this picture anyway? Think of
the benefits taxes, paid sewer sys-
tems and thousands of dollars from
the tourists. Be realistic.
Drugs neighborhood
This is in reference to the Sound
Off concerning the Chassahowitzka
drugs. I'd like to make this state-
ment. Dear caller: I am also a cow-
ard, so don't feel that you're alone.
It's a shame that we don't feel
secure in our own homes, but what
are we to do? I feel as though I'm a
prisoner in my own home. Doors are
locked. Has nobody any pride any-
more? The drugs have ruined the
unity of families and our communi-
ty. I also do not do drugs, but I
know where to go; not just one
place, but just from going to the
local store, I know of four. It's way
out in the open, like the caller says.
It seems as if everything is legal
now. Are we forgotten? Doesn't any-
body care? We want our lives back
and we want (them) now.


CALL
563-(


Szens. The union workers worked
long and hard and suffered a lot to
get this in. My husband worked for
Ford Motor Company for (more
than) 30 years before he retired. We
have health benefits so that we
don't have to depend on losing our
homes and (having) our children to
pay for our medical bills. Besides
which, these people would go and
pay for a Honda more than they
would for a Ford or a Chevy.
Made in USA
This is in regards to an article in
the Opinion section, "Unions get too
much" ... He writes in that he just
recently purchased a Toyota
because he was tired of subsidizing
the unions' welfare fund for retirees,
and he thinks that everybody should
go back to work and work until
they're age 65. The reason you have
a union is to have health benefits
after you leave your job, so you can
support your family and enjoy your
retirement. You're not going to enjoy
retirement much after age 65 if you
don't have any health benefits. The
gentleman probably doesn't realize
that Toyota, although it's a foreign
car, it's made in the United States
and the people working in the
Toyota factories in the United States
are part-of the union. So maybe
this gentleman should do a little bit
more research before he knocks any
union people. Florida wouldn't be in
the position they're in right now
with the low wages and no benefits
after leaving a job especially health


RESOLUTION TIME AGAIN


10 goals for the new year


t has been a tradition at the
Chronicle for many decades to
offer some goals for the com-
munity. In the spirit of progress, we
offer the following Top 10 list for
2006.
Water/sewer funding
Citrus County needs an ongoing
funding source for water and
sewer projects, necessary in our
community to protect the environ-
ment.
For many decades, the county
has done a poor job of requiring
developers to provide these impor-
tant services to consumers. As the
county has grown from less than
40,000 residents in 1980 to more
than 130,000 in 2006, our fragile
environment can no longer toler-
ate the damage we are inflicting.
Because the cost of providing
these services to existing homes
has grown so high, many communi-
ties object to the improvements.
The courity needs to develop a
funding mechanism that supple-
ments the fees homeowners will
pay and 'the state and federal
grants that might be available.
Without a funding source for
these improvements, our environ-
ment will continue to be at great
risk.
Protect classroom size
Another impact of our county's
tremendous growth has been felt in
our schools. Combined with the
: constitutional amendment on class
sizes approved by voters, the
school board faces a huge chal-
lenge of staying ahead of the
growth curve.. Additional elemen-
tary and high schools are needed
in the county.
The school board needs to make
it Priority No. 1 to eliminate the
overcrowded classrooms.
Prepared for disaster
The lesson of Hurricane Katrina
cannot be lost on any of us. The
damage to the;:Louisiana and
Mississippi coastscould have just
as easily happened in this part of
Florida. The county commission,
our two cities and emergency per-
sonnel need to re-evaluate our hur-
ricane preparedness plans and
make sure we make the necessary
:improvements.
Emergency management person-
nel already know that some of the
schools we have set aside as evacu-
ation centers would never stand up
to a strong hurricane. Hurricane
Katrina's message should not be
lost. We need a realistic plan that
provides for the safety of residents.
And we need to seriously re-evalu-
ate the county and Crystal River's
comp plans that permit high-densi-
ty development in coastal regions.
Such development is an invitation
to disaster.
Ban polluting fertilizers
In 2006, our county commission
should show some courage and ban
polluting, fertilizers. One of the key
pollutants found in both surface
and ground water comes from fast-
release fertilizers that homeown-
ers (and some golf courses) use to
make their lawns green. There are
other fertilizers available that are


much more environmentally
friendly and do the same job. Our
county commissioners have been
negligent in addressing the issue
because they feel pollutants from
other counties might continue to
cause problems here. That's a cop-
out.
Citrus County can start a trend by
fearlessly addressing the fertilizer
issue. It is certainly only a part of
the pollution problem we face, but
it's a great first step. This is the
year to make it happen,
Transportation planning
The county now has a 25-year
transportation plan and a: contro-
versial Jan. 1, 6-cent gas tax hike to
fund the needed improvements. On
top of that, the state has tentative
plans to extend the Suncoast
Parkway through Citrus County.
But during the busy season, you
can already feel some of the coun-
ty's main intersections getting out
of hand. U.S. 19 in Homosassa is a
mess. Traffic in Inverness is again
backing up. The commission needs
to take a proactive look at each one
of the troubled intersections and
make sure there is an improve-
ment plan on the drawing board. In
some cases, DOT will provide the
resolution. In other cases, the
county has to be more involved.
And the county needs to continue
to be a strong advocate for the
extension of the Suncoast Parkway.
While some citizens object to the
road, the recent Turnpike
Enterprise numbers demonstrate
that the use of the road in
Hernando County is increasing. It
will be 10years before this project
is finished, and by that time the
need will be critical.
Child advocacy programs
The 2005 death of 9-year-old
Jessica Lunsford sent a message to
this community: We are not doing
enough to protect our children.
Both private and public entities
need to do more in 2006 to protect
our children. The state legislation'
placing restrictions on sex offend-
ers is a good start but it's only a
start. In Citrus County, we'd like to
see the county sheriff's office take
over child abuse investigations
from the state. We'd like to see
more funding for pre-school and
after-school programs.
Boys and Girls Clubs, Big
Brothers/Big Sisters and many of
the private efforts need even more
support to get the job done.
Tourism/
economic development
The efforts at tourism and eco-
nomic development both need
another look by the county com-
mission. These tax-supported
endeavors must be delivering for
our citizens. If they don't, the coun-
ty needs to take them in another
direction.
Some positive steps have been
taken, ,such as the Inverness
Airport Industrial Park but addi-
tional industrial sites are needed.
Tourism and economic develop-
ment should be all about produc-
ing higher-paying jobs for resi-
dents. The efforts don't always stay
on track. The county needs to make


sure they do.
Revisit Vision 2020


AL
icy



ptV.



sb
:a!t


One of the most exciting plan- sZ
ning efforts ever conducted in s?
Citrus County happened when gov- .
ernment leaders and concerned 'ft
citizens came together and created t "
Citrus 2020. Voluntary guidelines .
were established that gave direc- -
tion to our community's growth.
Citrus is going through a time of 0
tremendous growth, and in our ,
view it's important that we collec- .-
tively revisit the values and guide-
lines that were established.
If our elected officials don't
remain vigilant, we might not be
able to recognize our own commu- ,
nity in a short 10 years. It seems v3
that every week another developer
comes forward with a massive plan j)
to change our community. And ;*
each time they do they seek multi- "'
ple concessions and changes to our
county and city comprehensive
plans. Sometimes change is good, ,
but not all the time.
Citrus 2020 should pull back i
together to revisit the vision and ,l
all of our elected officials and i-
political hopefuls should be :*
involved. c.E
We are in charge of our own eo
growth destiny and we can't permit i2
high-priced attorneys to push 'T
every change through the process.
But our elected officials need the '
guidelines from the citizens to give
them direction.


Mandatory garbage
Voters approved it, but it still
never happened. Despite the
results of a referendum, the county
commission has never been able to
make mandatory garbage a reality
in Citrus County. In our view, this
county has grown to the point
where garbage service is neededat ;i
every household. Rates and serv- .o
ice areas can be developed by ordi-
nance to protect both consumers
and business owners. Curbside iq
recyclifi such as is available in n
CrystaI'River should be imple- ',
mented countrywide. : .-
The county should try again to aT
make it happen. ^
Mental health services *:
Stronger mental health services "
are desperately needed in Citrus '.
County especially for those resi-
dents with illnesses who end up ,,
involved with our judicial system. ."
For too long our approach to those ,5
with mental health issues is to oq
send them out of the county or to ni
send them to jail.
The local National Alliance for .
the Mentally Ill group appears 's
close to getting a clubhouse project
started in Citrus. The mental
health agency has plans for "
expanded services in Lecanto and a
a juvenile facility is now available
in Ocala for Citrus County resi-
dents. r
It would be nice to see a mental
health court project launched here n-
by the judiciary so we can provide S[
services as opposed to just jail sen- oI_
tences. na
Much more work needs to be I
done in how we view and treat ':
those with mental illness. 0
0"f


L"Copyrighted Material 1


Syndicated Content l

Available from Commercial News Providers"




0 1",
'=2


m.f


THE CHRONICLE invites you to call "Sound Off" with your opinions on any subject. You do not need to leave your name and have up to 30 seconds to record.
COMMENTS will be edited for length, personal attacks and good taste. This does not prohibit criticism of public figures. Editors will cut libelous material. OPINIONS expressed are purely those of the callers.


Q0


So~J#


obr


--


T--


I






SINrnAv TANTTARY 1, 2006 C


CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE -



Don't let traditions mar how things ought to be


W ith extended fami- up on Christmas morning
lies and modern with no children around.
mobility, some- Based on tradition, it
times traditions or best in- shouldn't have been this way,
tensions can get in the way but the most recently past
of how things really ought to .' Christmas day started for us
be. as no other has since our
My sweetheart and I have '" very first one together, back
been waking up next to each in 1966.
for almost 40 years. I'm still When we awoke, we heard
always delighted to see her Fred Brannen nothing. Not a creature was
and still marvel at how won- A SLICE OF stirring, not even a mouse. At
drously I've been blessed. LIFE Christmastime 40 years ago,
All of our children were the big old barn of a house in
married by 1997, thus we've which we lived did in fact
been living the empty nest lifestyle for have a mouse stirring, but I digress, let
quite some time. Waking up with no me get back on point:
one but ourselves in the h6u'se isn't The absence of the children made
something new; what IS new is waking things feel a bit askew, even a little


lonesome, but it was also strangely
reassuring.
We knew where all of our loved ones
were.
Beth, Tony, Ashley and Joy were in
Inverness, at their home, doing what
parents and small children should be
doing on Christmas morning. Fred,
Gayla, Ariana, Kaylee and little Fred
were in Orlando doing the same thing.
Becky, Kurt, Emily and Eric were a
time zone away, in the Dallas suburb,
McKinney, gathered around a tree
enjoying the. moment like only parents
with small children can.
Cheryl and I married in September
1966 and by Christmas the following
year, Beth had arrived. For the next 30
years, we hadat.least one child living


with us. Then, for the past several
years, one or more of them, along with
their family, have visited with us in our
home for the holidays. What's more, as
longas Becky lived in state, at her prod-
ding, it was tradition for ALL of them to
converge on us by daylight to begin the
celebration.
As I lay there, waiting for the love of
my life to open her beautiful blue eyes,
I thought back on how she and I man-
aged Christmas and the converging tra-
ditions of our families when we were
young parents. We gently, lovingly, but
firmly rebelled by establishing our own
ground rules:, We would visit before
and/or after the holiday and anyone
was welcome to come to us, but first
light on Christmas morning for our chil-


dren would be in our home.
I smiled in'knowing the members of
our family here in Florida would join
us later for a midday brunch and the
giving and receiving of gifts, then, we
would all go to GGmom and GGdad's
house for a marvelous Christmas din-
ner with the rest of the Lynch mob. (GG
stands for Great Grand and personifies
my wife's parents.)
And I smiled, in knowing on this
Christmas morning, first light found
our grandchildren with their parents
and their siblings in their own homes,
because that's how thing~sreally ought
to be!

Fred Brannen is an Inverness
resident and a Chronicle columnist


Letters to the EDITOR


Spirit of Christmas
"Give me a break!" Front page Dec.
bold black letters state: "Winter break
begins for county schools."
I have lived in this county 32 years. I
have been a reader of the Chronicle 32
years. All those years announcing scho
closing at this time of year, the announ
ment would read "Christmas break for
county schools."
Now, because of Political Correctnes
and the liberal secular newsprint, schc
enjoy "Winter break" The fourth estate
now expresses "Seasons Greetings, Ha
Holidays," everything but Merry Christ
mas. Cities, counties and states now ex
it "holiday trees."
S Cities (Inverness), counties and state
government buildings no longer exhibi
the Nativity on their grounds. Their
grounds! Excuse me, but those grounds
not exist without me and n-illions like
"Christian faith tax payers."' What has
opened is that "So as not to offend mine
ties, we offend the majority!"
I, as a Christian, am disappointed at
church The Catholic Church. I am d
appointed at the other major denomin
tions in our country, the United States
America, for not exclaiming loud and
clear. We, as a Christian.nation, are cel
rating the birth of Jesus Christ We as
Christian nation celebrate Christmas.
I daresay, Chronicle,. that if all those
who are of the Christian faith who sub
scribe to your paper were, suddenly to
eel their subscription, your paper wou:
be in a lot of trouble finaticially The Si
of Christmas was at one time in our
nation. Now the spirit of Christmas cam
- fouiid in Bah rain, the United Arab
Emirates. S.ria, Egypt arid several oth
Muslim nations. How sad, how ironic!
A blessed Cluhstmas to,one and all ii
Citrus County! Happy Haniukkah to on
and all in Citrus Count.y iIa. the card
of freedom glow throughout the world.
Michael
Inver

Event raises funds
Suncoast Business Masters would 1:
to express our appreciation to every
who contributed to the success of our
Silent Auction Fundraiser at Van der
Restaurant in November. The Early
Learning Coalition of Nature Coast, b
factor of the fundraiser, provides pre-
school education for those in need so
they are not left behind as they go to
school. Suncoast Business Masters co
tribute the proceeds of the Silent
Auction, $4,000, to Sonya Bosanko,
Executive Director for the ELC at our.
14 meeting. Sonya informed us that th
donation would be applied to a 6 per
match grant from the Department of
Health and Human services for a tote
benefit of $66,000 and, that the money
will stay in Citrus County.
The success of our fundraiser was (
to both the overwhelming generosity
the patrons and each local business t
provided donations. Thank you to tho
persons and businesses that made ou
event possible through their generosi
by providing donations. With the near
hurricane damage, this has been a to
year for businesses with so many wor
while causes needing support.
Thank you: Jeff Moser, Paradise
Custom Orthotics; Gailen Spinka, Co]
Keepers; Judy Muckerheide, Interim
HealthCare; Charlie Richer, Accurate
Computer Service; Kristina Boone,
Candle Consultant and Artist; Kevin
Conway, Smith Barney; Dr. Andrew J
Fakhoury Chiropractic Clinic; Eddie




LwO


I -06b 41


Levin, Advantage Financial; Lora Wilson,
Attorney at Law; Sharon Brandon, AAA
22, Club South; Michele Adams, Regions
Bank; Hector Corominas, Sunshine
Einbroidery Designs; Charlie Richer,
Canadian Meds; Debe Johns, Era Real
Estate and Basket Weaver;.David
ol Humphrey, Black Diamond Ranch G&CC;
ce- Maggie Cognato, The Art of Massage;
Thelma Noble, Cypress Room
Restaurant; Jan Conway, JC Creations;.
s Cat's Meow; Heidi Lauer, Tupperware &
mols Chocolate; Dayna Middlebrooks,
e Raymond James; Gina Howe, Two Sisters
ppy Gourmet; Air America Air Boat Tours;
t- Allan Parker,.Baseball; Bowman and
hib- Wilson, Attorneys at Law; Janine Barnes
Soothing Touch Therapeutic Massage;
Ron Walser, B Kleen Car Wash; Citrus,
t County Chronicle; St Petersburg Times;
Annie Adams; Electric Beach Tanning;
s do PRP International Wine; Harley-
me: Davidson Crystal River; Skipper
hap- Dickman,-Nature Coastline Magazine;
ri- Jim Green Jewelers; Outback
Steakhouse; Rita's Cookie Heaven; Pizza-
my Hut, Inverness; 29th Paraliel Advertising;
is- Romano's Fine Dining; Van.der Valk Fine
a- Dining; Citrus Hills Country Club;
of Cinnamon Sticks Restaurant;-Applebee's
Restaurant; Electric Beach Tanning
.e- Salon; and Beverly Hills Liquor
a A special thanks to Marc Wilson.and
Peter Price, who donated the music
entertainment for the evening, Mike
Stecewycz who tirelessly donated chair
can- massages the entire evening and Black
Id Diamond Foundation for its generous
spirit $500 donation.
The staff of the Early Learning
n be' Coalition was fantastic to work for
because they are so enthusiastic about'
er their'work with children.
On a personal note, my kudos also goes
n to the entire team of Suncoast Business'
e Master Professionals who worked as a
les team dedicating their skills, time and
energy to make the event an incredible'
success.
Pitts
ness Gailen Spinka
president, Suncoast Business Masters

ike 'Cowardly calls'
ne The dirty tricks that politicians play
today never ceases to amaze me.
Valk Today, I received another anonymous
recorded phone call with a man's voice
,ene- denouncing Ginny Brown-Waite on several
points. This recording never mentions its
that origin, who was calling or on whose behalf
the call was being made. I have been
n- under the impression that in the United
States of America, you have the right to
face your accuser!
Dec. Again, I called Ginny Brown-Waite's
me office and protested this manner of accu-
cent stations and was given a number of the
company that specializes in gathering,
il phone numbers and for a fee, you give
Y them a message to call and they will re-
peat the recorded message to everyone on
due the list
of It's not as though they have an interest
hat in the political party, they just make a
ise buck spreading whatever message some-
.r one wants spread around.
ity When I called this number to tell them
rby what I thought of their methods, the man
ugh on the other end of the line couldn't care
rth- less. I did not vote for Ginny Brown-Waite
but if this is the way politics are going to
be run, I will not vote for anyone again!
fort Our system of justice and fair play is defi-
nitely down the toilet!
e I also called the Democratic Party in
Inverness and the kindly gentleman could
not give me any information of any sort as
ones, to who is responsible for these cowardly
calls. Nor could he suggest a remedy. I can






Ge V -,


I "Copyrighted Material '


B Syndicated Content ?,


Available from Commercial News Providers"

qw "


see whythe Democrats can't seem to get
ahead.
Robert DesCamps
Citrus Springs

Saving environment
In the wake of Hurricane Betsy 40
years ago, Congress approved a massive
hurricane barrier to protect New Orleans
from storm surges that could inundate
the city.
But the project, signed into law by
President Johnson, was derailed in 1977
by an environmental lawsuit. Now the
question is: Could that barrier have pro-
tected New Orleans from the damage
wrought by Hurricane Katrina?
"If we had built the barriers, New
Orleans would not be flooded," said
Joseph Towers, the retired chief counsel
for the Army Corps of Engineers, New
Orleans district.
Tower's view is endorsed by a former
key senator, along with academic experts,
who say a hurricane barrier is the only
way to control the powerful storm surges
that enter.Lake Pontchartrain and threat-
.enthe city.
The Army Corps was planning to
upgrade 303 miles of levees along the-
river in Louisiana, Msissippi anl
Arkansas. This was needed, a corps.
spokesman told the Baton Rouge,
Louisiana, newspaper The Advocate,
because "a failure could wreak cata-
strophic consequences on Louisiana and
Mississippi, which the states would be
decades in overcoming, if they overcame
them at all."
But a suit filed by environmental
groups at the U.S. District Court in New
Orleans claimed the corps had not looked
at "the impact on bottomland hardwood
wetlands." The lawsuit stated,
"'Bottomland hardwood forests mnistbe
protected and restored if the Louisiana
black bear is to survive as a species, and
if we are to ensure continued support For
source population of all birds breeding in
the lower Mississippi River valley." In
addition tothe Sierra Club, other parties
to the suit were the American Rivers, the
Mlississippi River Basin Alliance and the
Louisiana, Arkansas and Mississippi
Wildlife Federations.
The lawsuit was settled in 1997, with
the corps agreeing to hold off on some
work while doing an additional two-year
environmental impact study Whether this
delay directly affected the levees that
broke in New Orleans is difficult to ascer-
tain.
Hugh McMurdo
Floral City

Tourney thanks
SThe Men's Club of St Scholastica
Church held its 12th annual golf tourna-
ment Nov. 12 at Pine Ridge Country Club.
The event was a tremendous success with
more than 90 golfers participating.
We would like to thank more than 40
sponsors who contributed to our success:
Citrus County Chronicle, Castriota
Chevrolet, Seniors Financial, Rooney
Agency/Nationwide Insurance, Bealls
Department Store, Franklin Realty Con-
sultants of Citrus County, Nature Coast
Title.Company, Wheeler Construction,
Neil Sawyer/Jefferson Pilot, Gold Crest
Realty of Citrus County, Citrus Podiatry
Center, Citrus Shoes, J.W Driving Range,
Fero Funeral Home/Dignity Memorial,
Citrus Orthopedic & Joint Institute, Gulf
Coast Spine Institute, Central Florida
Insurance, Brown Funeral Home &
Crematory, Nature Coast Orthopedics,
Morning & Morning PA, Crystal Motor Car,
Lou Miele/ERA American Realty,
Sandpiper Signs, Suncoast Dermatology &
Skin Surgery Center, Masterpiece Dental
Studio, Dr. Cbnnor & Dr McCaskill of
Inverness Family Care, Suncoast Chiro-
practic & Neurological Diagnostic Center,
Midway Animal Hospital, Checkers, Tee
Pee Tire & Auto Care Center, Phillip Craig
O'Dell/Edward Jones, Eagle Buick GMAC
STruck Inc., West Coast Eye Institute,
Strickland Funeral Home & Crematory,
Wooten's Autocorp, James C. Carter,
PA/Inverness Chiropractic Center, Bay
Area Air Conditioning, Village Cadillac -
Toyota, Larry Masut/Raymond James &
Associates, Sullivan Cadillac, CJ's Trans-
mission, Ron Palka/Prudential Financial.
Proceeds from the tournament will
allow our Men's Club to support St.
Scholastica's outreach programs. We look
forward-to our 13th Annual Tournament
in 2006.,
Bill Dittmore
St. Scholastica Men's Club
Hernando-


_ Hot Crner. CHRISTMAS
that grea TV sho "Touhe


Social greetings
What is wrong with you peo-
pie? If somebody greets me on
the. street and holds out his
hand and says "Happy Hanuk-
kah;" 'I will say "Merry Christ-
mas" and shake his hand. Now
what is wrong with that? Do I
have to. be on one side or the
other? Don't think so.
Christmas celebrated
SThe (columnist) Charley "
Reese is welcome in Sugarmill
Woods. His column, '"Let's call
Christmas what it is," is right
on target when he states the
United States of America's.
population is overwhelmingly
Christian, at least' nominally. If
you don't like Christians, then
you should migrate to. China,
Israel or Saudi Arabia ... Su-
garmill Woods' population
overwhelmingly celebrates
Christmas. This is evident by
the numerous Christmas lights
and decorations in Sugarmill;,
including the "Merry Christ-
mas" sign in our entrance.
Touchy subject
Is it the people who want to
take the word "Christmas" out
of our holiday who stopped


that great TV show "Touched
by'an Angel"?
Just believe
This is food for thought: A lot
of people don't want us to say
.-Merryv hristmas.".They don't
believe in it. But if they don't.
believe in Christmas, then :
there wouldn't be an Easter.
But' perhaps they don't believe
in Easter, either. ,,,,;
Setting standard'
Congratulations, Sugarmill
Woods. Your "Merry Christ-
mas"' sign at the entrance to
your community sets the stan-.
.dard for citizens everywhere.
It's beautiful.
Say what you please
With thousands of words
about "Merry Christmas" or
"Happy Holidays,'. I've not seen
or heard even- One reference to
the real reason you can say
what you please: Because
219,000-plus men died in
World War II, you can say it in
English not just say what
you want to, but maintain your
own language. Where were you
on Dec. 7 and 8, 1942? I
remember.


Preserve pier
You're right;.we don't need a
Super Wal-Mart here. You can
go eat in all the restaurants
you want to, but please, please
leave Pete's Pier a place that -
we can enjoy our boats. We like
to eat out in the boat some-
times, too. There are plenty of
condos around and plenty of
places to live. We don't have to
fill up the waterfront so we
can't get in our boats. Please
think about that.
Neighbors concur
Hats off to:Sugarmill Woods.
You finally erected a "Merry
Christmas" sign. All of my
neighbors believe in Christmas.
The "Happy Holidays" sign did
not represent us.
Sugarmill scourge
Absentee landlords are a
scourge in Sugarmill Woods.
Their rental properties are
unkempt and something should
be done to make them manage
their lawns and trim the over-
grown bushes and trees. It's a
'sight that makes eyes sore. We
moved here for the rules, but
evidently rules are meant to be
broken. Property owners, take
note to do something about
this problem.
Beautiful trees
Sunday, Dec. 18, a wonderful
article and wonderful picture of
John and Julie Rosko. They're
our neighbors and I just wanted
to commend them on a beauti-


ful-job they did. It's good news
and bad news; it's good news
that they put forth all that ener,
gywith all the hogwash you're
reading today about whether or
not to even say "Merry Christ-
mas" to somebody, but the bad
news is, all those wonderful
Christmas trees and nobody
else can see them. I know it's a
lot of traffic in'the house, but
many kudos to them. A job well
done.
Bravo for 'Nutcracker'
I attended, with my family, a
Christmas production of "The
Nutcracker" at the Lecanto
High School (Curtis) Peterson
Auditorium. A very wonderful
production was put on, very
professionally done. However, it
was very disappointing to see
that the auditorium was only
less than half full ... Unfortun-
ately, it appears that that's the
way these wonderful events will
remain -- half full, unfortu-
nately.
Moving out
This is in reference to "On
the market" being of interest.
They're wondering why 480
homes were listed for sale in
Sunday's Home Front. Well,
when you're from the country
to begin with, and you move to
the beautiful Citrus County and
it is now turning .into a city and
we've got too many tourists
moving in ... it's no longer
Citrus County. That's why peo-
ple want to move away from
here.


Sound OFF-













Hot Corner: ADAM BOLLENBACK


Four arrests
The story on Adam
Bollenback getting 10 years for
stealing a case of beer -
that's not totally the case
there. It's very obvious after
reading today's article that this
young man had three prior
felony arrests. This is the
fourth arrest and I believe
Judge Howard did the right
thing sending a message. Four
felony arrests and he wants
clemency? /
Set him free
Mr. Ron Lundberg: I heard "
about this case when J first
moved here two years ago and
I thought it was a myth. Ten -
years for a case of beer? That's
just ludicrous. I read your
guest column titled "Inmate
needs your help," and I mailed,
it with two or three teardrops
attached to the article. I'm a
27-year-old man and I cry for a
kid that I've never met or have
never even seen a picture of. So
maybe I was crying because I
was him not too long ago. I'
was arrested twice as a'juvenile
and onice.when I was 18 years
old, for five felony counts of
burglary. Now here's the-differ-
ence ... I was in New York. I
served two years in prison and
deserved it. I haven't been
arrested since then and,
believe me, it's hell in there.
Ordinary people-just don't have
a clue. And it's hell especially
for young white men. And,


believe me and the statistics,
the longer you stay in prison,
the less your chances are of
coming back. A person in
prison must choose to become
the hunter or the hunted. Let
this kid out now and maybe
he'll have a chance to rehabili-
tate, as I did. To Mr. Ron
Lundberg: You're a hero. It's
truly special what you're trying
to do for this kid.
Start a program
I certainly would like to see
our community stand behind a
program to do something to
help this young man that took
the six cans of beer from the
refrigerator and got such a stiff
sentence. I think that we as a
community should at least rise
up against this and see if we
could get the young man some
help. There's a lot worse out
there, and why should we make
an example of him? I have no
idea oranything about this fam-
ily. I haven't lived in this area a
whole long time. But this is not
very fair, ILdon't think.

Heavy sentence
This is to Mr. Ron Lundberg: I
just want to commend you for
what you are doing for Adam
Bollenback. I'm so glad you're
refreshing our memories back'
to 2002. I cannot even believe-
that this boy got 10 years in
prison for stealing a six-pack.
No, he shouldn't have run from
the police, but he should never


have gotten 10 years. Back in
January 2002, some people
burnt my mother's mobile
home down. My mother had
died six weeks prior, and we
never had gotten her things out
of the house. They burnt it
down to the ground. He. was
17, going to be 18 within two
weeks. He got a slap on the
hand and he was an arsonist.
This person here, I cannot
believe what they are doing to
this boy. Please help this boy. I
wish I could help, too, except to
say prayers to you to help this
boy. And when you're in
Tallahassee, bring the articles
from Jan. 25, 2002, of the
arsonist that burnt my mother's
house .down when we never got
nothing out of there, and see if
that might help you. An arson-
ist gets off with nine months in
a juvenile.detention and this
boy goes to prison for 10 years?
There's something wrong.

.Against appeals
Mr. Lundberg has his appeals
and I have mine. There is no
injustice in this community and
I thank God we have a judge
like Ric Howard instead of a
bleeding-heart liberal. Lundberg
is'not considering that (Adam)-
Bollenback may commit other
crimes if he is released. I don't
share his confidence. Thank,'
God, Mr. iLundberg is not a
judge. I will be contacting my
elected officials, opposing Mr.
Lundberg's views.


"Copyrighted Material


Syndicated Contentl d


Available from Commercial News Providers"






n 'I -


Sound oFF,


Simple question
This phone-call is in
response to the Sound Oif with'
'"Support Bush" in the Sunday
(Dec. 18) paper. The person
asked a real simple question:.
"What would the entire Middle
East be like if we had not
removed Saddam Hussein?"
They should be able to answer
that question themselves. It
would not be the hotbed of
.recruitment,'like now, for all of
'the terrorists that are going in
or coming out of Iraq and
attacking all these other
nations. Just because the
United States has not been
attacked of late, does not
mean we cannot be attacked
again, much less everyone
keeps supporting (President)
Bush, though his numbers
seem to be at an all-time low.
That must be every person that
lives in: Citrus County because
that's who I keep running
across everyone who sup-'
ports Bush. And I guarantee
after today, with. the newsbreak
that Bush defends spying on
Americans under the guise of
"I'm protecting or saving lives,"
I'm sure they'll go for that, too,


and support Bush for that. I
just want to-know one thing:
When the NSA comes knocking
on their door and wants to
know why they're sending e-
mails to whoever in whatever
country, remember one thing
- they're the ones who sup
port a tiny little dictator who is
high on power right now.
Another answer
I'd like to answer whoever
called in to. Sound Off asking
what things would be like had
(President) Bush not had the
guts to stop Saddam Hussein
in Iraq. Saddamr wasn't.our
problem; neither was Iraq. If
the Iraqi insurgents can handle
the U.S. forces, they could have
done Saddam in if they had
wanted to. Secondly, oil sup-
plies and prices are-still under
control of the Middle Eastern
nations. The OPEC countries
are still controlling worldwide
markets. Oil coming.into the
U.S. is still overpriced and this
country is doing next to noth-
ing to becoming independent
any time soon. What would the
U.S. be like today without Iraq?
A whole lot better off with less
2,100-plus American lives, bil-


lions of American taxpayer dol-
lars staying in this country, and
hopefully a president taking
care of policies and people:
here to keep Amerrica strong
and healthy. It will be decades
before America recovers from
Bush's bad judgment.
Dispersal rate
Commenting on a prominent-
ly displayed article regarding
an AIDS charity "paid big bucks
to political consultants." That's
a hatchet job on the Senate
'eader. Frisk. By the article's.
Sown admission, it shows that
out of the $4.5 million raised,
well (more than) $3 million
went actually to AIDS charities,
which is a dispersal rate of Well
(more than) 70 percent; By
charity standards, that's .
extremely high: Some charities,
as we all know, you get cents
on the dollar after fundraising
expenses have been taken out.
The man has done a good
thing; $3 million-plus went to
AIDS charities. Without this
Sfundraising effort, they would
have gotten nothing. This arti-.
cle is biased and shows no-
comparison with historical
return rates of other charities.


" t
-I


Letters to the EDITOR


Drop tax breaks
.Editor's note The following letter to Lee
Raymond, CEO, E.\on-Mlobil, is published at
the \uiriter' request.
I am writing to urge ExxonMobil to decline
the tax breaks and subsidies otfered to the oil
industry by the federal government, including
tax breaks in the energy legislation signed by
the President in August 2005.
In the wake of hurricanes Katrina, Rita and:
Wilma, our nation is facing many challenges.
The Bush administration and Congress are
struggling to pay for the desperately needed
but costly rebuilding efforts along America's
Gulf Coast. In a show of national uni ty, many:
members of Congress have already offered to
cancel road building and other projects ear-
miarked for their districts ini order to fund hur-
ricane relief projects.
This. fall, your company donated $3 million
Sto the hurricane relief efforts. In the same spir-
it, I am calling on Exxonllobil to decline the
billions of dollars afforded by recent federal
Stax breaks and subsidies tor the oil industry.
After all, it does not appear that ExxonMobil.
needs support from the federal government.
Your company reported $25 billion in profits in
2004 and is on pace to surpass that amount in
2005.
Under current law, the. il and gas ind ust ry
stands to receive $i0.7 billion in tax breaks
between 2005 and 2009. It does not make sense
for taxpayers to subsidize an immensely prof-
itable multi-billion dollar industry \while
Congress is considering plans to fund hurri-
cane relief efforts by slashing programs for the
most needy.
,I urge ExxonMobil to act as a responsible
corporate citizen and publicly decline the bil-
lions in tax breaks and, subsidies for the oil
and gas industry authorized b. current law.
George Harbin.
SHomosassa

Bush's ambitions
Victor Davis. Hanson's paean of praise to the
Bush administration makes some interesting
points. Like his admired predecessor Reagan,
Bush the Younger has belied the small govern-
Sment rhetoric of the neo-cons who support himl
by spending like a drunken sailor. like
Reagan, he will probably not be remembered
as a great president:because Reagan's extrava-
gance outbid the Soviet Union and led to a vic-.
tory in the Cold War. Bush is accomplishing lit-
tle except to make the rich richer and the poor
poorer.
In both cases, admirers have pointed out that
increased deficit spending has led to an
increase in government revenue. Naturally, if
you pour billions of dollars in borrowed money
into the economy before it reaches Mexico for
border patrol uniforms or Communist China
for black berets, it will necessarily generate
taxable income in the United States. Also nec-
essarily, that increase in taxable income will
not produce increased taxes anywhere near
equal to deficit spending that provoked it.
As for the social spending, Hanson is right


-Clinton cut back on social spending and
reduced expenses for "non-enumerated" fune-
'ions (not allocated to the Federal Government
by the Constitution' mbre than any president
with the possible exception of Reagan.
Curiously, this has been acknowledged in the
Washington Times. Odd that it was never
noticed while Clinton was in office.
As for the idealism of trying to make a.
democracy or Iraq. we should all hope it works.
But it was a stupid idea whose clear risks were
pointed out in Bush the Father's memoirs dur-
ing the '90s. Indeed, why are we volunteering
to be the world's policemen at our grandchil-
dren's expense at the same time we are busy
making Communist China the World's Only
Superpower?


Bush has achieved and held power by
adding to his plutocratic core those of us who
believe that the Second Amendment meant
what it said, thlie "separation clause" did not
make agnosticism the state religion, and an-
noyance with other absurdities of the Liberal
Democrats. But he isn't doing us any good.
Pat Chnarl


IU


| t .-I dr W l UlA|.
Cr. stal Ra'er

Airboat complaints
The Chronicle stated airboat noise has been
a problem fob more,th n 20 years. Please give
us the facts. If an honest poll from people who
do not own an airboat and live on or near the
Water were taken, you would hear that most
people do not mind hearing an airboat going
out to the swamp. The few who do seem to
complain about everything else from road
noise to neighbors playing radios.
The Chronicle defames all airboats and
county commissioners without presenting the
facts about who and where the complaints are
coming from. The county is dealing with it and
getting all the facts and correcting all the prob-
lems it can, just as fast as it can. It takes knowl-
edge to make decisions, and sometimes a little.
longer to get the facts than some people or
:newspapers would like.
Small groups of chronic complainers and
self-appointed political police wantto do.all of
our thinking for us. as they believe most ofus
cannot think or govern ouirsel\ es. If the news-
papers would print the truth about all the air-
boat and noise ordinance meetings, not just
here in Citrus County, but all over the state,
everyone woiild see that far fewer people com-
plain about the noise than is publicized.
Listening to the complainers sells more
papers when there is some trouble to report.
The fact is no one person or group of people
can take our freedoms away without a fight
SOne person complained so much his neigh-
bors have asked him to please stop and to
please move. So it seems to me the actions of a
few cannot outdo the actions of the many. The
airboaters and the:county commissioners are
trying to make everyone happy, so, in the fu-
ture, the complainers can move on to another
cause and complaints.


Don B. Powell
Hernando


q-a- 4W ba 4
---Nola 4m --MON.
c41.


s- o
s am Q -


- -- "Copyrighted'Material
0- -


- -
- -.*r


- -


- i 7 ; Syndicated Content- -



SAvailable from Commercial News Providers"


- = ---a -


- U


- C


4C STTNDAY, JANUARY 1, 2006


CITRus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


-i


'-1

i X
"ii





'I
'.4


1__1___)_1__ _)


^-----~- --~


..,V RAQ`

bra~h-r1~


^


- r


D







CITRUS COUNTY (FL,


SUNDAY. JANUARY 1, 2006 5C


CHRONICLE


When a friend pm mauug


ql pp -
- aftow 4- -







.Mwa. --.gow4o--
a-- -




.. w m a-a 4m 10-
-- a -- am- a f- 4000- a
a a- -qu




6 -- a -
a .- a aa


p -.0 0-- b O



-.gob
P a
-40


*am









'S 40





A---


































b .-
a o a b. a


a a.-a
a a


4-


- a


- -


-a a-
- a a


a e'-_ _


a


. a .qb -


aw-.-M






40. 4m on-No

a a a




a w
a a. a. a- -

- -0 a- a--- b
a -.w awwm 4bobea



- ..mw - 4mmmw


WD .4p a a-
a b af a- a-tl

A- W
web-qw 4ma





-0090 -
a a

a --
am- a -Gm













a aa a
4006 *0

-- a
-h -"a -







d m a


-. a
ob a
w --WNWa
a- a, a 4
4o- a
a -a a0
a-a- a. quo


0,a40


g a-
aa a 4 4 E- ab -a.-
40a a a- -



d- a-m- -40


a-a. 0- b q -_
a 000- 4b.- a
r a--a











a a -

a t 4ama
-.mm~lm a~do

a t mo - d

%a --doM a-a -


.doom-- w a
a - -W a.-~

-.,
dmoa-


GUM


a-a -
a


* a- a
a a a-
a a a
a a- a -

t- a a a -
a a a
a a -
a- -

a -
-- -


J-


a.


* -
- -


a



a


__r0 -- -




L"opyrighted Materi:
o-y -


a-do 0-400 4- --u

.d a --
a -





- ME- a--4-
a- a-a -


-a -N e- asl 4
a. -aa-40







40M ~- a-
*~ .


op as o

ft ax ahwn

do--a --El



411- -.mo b- 4b
a a a.C






a a. -0-a 0
4w aftd
a a



a- *.


qb-- m '"D -M

O -a -o .








-






a--a -
* a















0
am a
40.- .i-
ma-a 4 4m--



a- a
ma go


seein no intins orth

anaCiieofteYa
U1 11~ 1 1


- i, *u... an
O a
*- an

--ia-
a- ll-,o


a. -

*-


. L


- aI


- a-


a a -


*


r0


:If you have.a special,


person or people or

,eeriahn' organization


you twotild like,


to see given the a- ard


Sor have recognition .


forthieir gooi work in


Sthe cofinunity, fill -


out the attached


coupon and send it to

Sthe Chrobricle by.


January :6, 2006.


: v.;, .ta, ? ,_ ;
.. _, L ^.r^^ .. -.:

:itiz en ofi

' > -" ,*'' - .1 * s
Y, -',.;



I


CITIZEN OF THE YEAR


NAME-


TOWN-


PHONE (won't be published)


My nominee for Citizen of the Year (and why) is-










Send the coupon, and more comments on another sheet of paper if you'd like,
to Citizen of the Year, c/o Citrus County Chronicle, 1624 N. Meadowcrest
Blvd., Crystal River, Fl., 34429; or fax to 563-3280. Deadline is Friday, Jan. 6.


a -


--- :_ yi lUI~L~U %UIIL IIL



Available from Commercial News P


B- by & owi ii m lei

bedpW by ow amain


i


I


_-2


r


r


rr


4b ---ow


aL

'gill -M om

4m- -4010
a *4s. do-
a aWPM

qm 41


-qpm a---Ib
& -do amo- o -- b.
--=N a- o



Aa - a--o
a









-a mom






providers"
.0- 0 w --R
so.m am 4 -N


a

a- af. opa - a
on.a =





provides" m






mom--aft f

-now a a
aamp





C a r






a -wQ
a *- -






- a a

.~ ~ a *



a -


r


C(kt ready uW -- uncu


0 u






SC SUNDAY, JANUARY 1, 2006 CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICl


Sound OFF


Southern welcome
This is to the person who wrote in about
"Northern displeasure." I just moved to Citrus
County and I am a southerner and some of the
nicest neighbors that I live by are from the


WINDOW
Continued from Page 1C

an additional 6-cent gas tax to
fund it Some residents hate the
idea, but the county stood firm
and said improvements must
be made if we're going to han-
dle all the new people moving
to the region. Major work con-
tinues on County Road 486 and
County Road 491. Work has
started on U.S. 41 south of
Inverness, and support of the
Suncoast Parkway remains
strong. On the negative side of
the traffic equation, road con-
gestion continues to get worse.
' Clean up the coastal and lake
regions: Grade D.
The county has. stumbled in
its efforts to provide sewer and
water services in environmen-
tally sensitive areas. Two com-
missioners backed off support
of the Chassahowitzka River
project. The only significant
progress made in 2005 came
from the city of Crystal River,
where an expansion of its
sewer system is under way.
School administration fight
waste and fraud. Grade B.
Sam Himmel, the new super-
intendent of schools, has used a
no-nonsense approach in giv-
ing direction to the county


north. We welcome you here, for educating our
children, for helping pay taxes to support this
county. And I, for one, think that you are won-
derful especially your cooking and I'm so
happy to be here with a lot of northerners in my
neighborhood.


schools. She dealt with the
Homosassa Elementary School
construction debacle and has
made many changes in the
administration of the district
While more work needs to be
done, much progress has
already been made.
Make the most of taxpayers'
investment: Grade B.
This goal challenged the
county commission to do a bet-
ter job with our tax dollars. In
2005, the commission appropri-
ately voted to return some of
the millage rate to taxpayers
after a huge 22 percent
increase in property valuations
produced more money than
anticipated. Don't feel sorry for
those in county government;
they still got a huge increase in
funding and the taxpayers man-
aged to feel a little relief.
Progress Energy cleanup ini-
tiative long overdue: Grade D.
The legislation in Tallahas-
see that would have provided a
mechanism for Progress
Energy to pay for the cleanup of
its Crystal River energy plants
failed to gain support. The util-
ity has begun other cleanup
efforts that will ultimately be
paid for by consumers.
Veterans clinic at the Brown
Schools site. Grade A
The Veterans Affairs clinic
opened in 2005. County leaders


and members of our legislative
delegation, with U.S. Rep.
Ginny Brown-Waite's leader-
ship, deserve high praise for
making this facility at the old
Brown Schools site happen.
United Way needs your help.
Grade B.
Citrus County's support of
United Way remains strong. But
with hurricanes and all sorts of
other national and internation-
al disasters, more help than
ever is needed.
Health care services need to
be expanded. Grade D.
While some medical facili-
ties have been expanded local-,
ly, the national health care cri-
sis overshadows any local
progress. Costs are too high and
they continue to escalate. The
pharmaceutical changes to
Medicare are so new they are
hard to evaluate.
More political tolerance.
Grade I for incomplete.
Too early to tell if we've
become any more tolerant of
each other. Somehow I doubt it
People seem to become more
intolerant of those with differ-
ent views.


GenyMulligan is publisher
of the Chronicle. His e-mail
address is gmulligan@
chronicleonline.com.


- ww 'amOa
a ao -


S - -o


- -


-
- ----
- -
.- "W 4 0 1W __0-1

-- / "
0

*- -- e

'- -
-"opyrighted Material :-a


Syndicated Content --
- -


Available from


0p lf-


-r

r -


0.. -=




qm w



wa -


Commercial News Providers"







*




~ Q
-
____ .
dp~ C o


The Citrs Count ChmeroCme c
Ciy f rytl ivr n teSotr CubofCysalRie


C I T R UO s* C o U N T Y


C ONICLE
www.chronicleonline.com


s-







~ B~S~"~" r' :ldlb~~~~ss


STOCKS
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE NEWS
BUSINESS DIGEST
BANK RATE CHART


D
SUNDAY
JANUARY 1, 2006
www.chronicleonline.com


Energy" prices top 2M business news


k'to OO__ -la
,4


r"Copyrighted Material ES


; _Syndicated Content


Available from Commercial News Providers"
VA 'U.*. -.


f4 0, ,, I o


a 4mm-


I -


a -,m "0


Improving your swing


NANCY KENNEDY
nkennedy@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
t's a rare golfer who is satisfied
with his or her eaname. There's
al[.ays a better score, a steadier
swing, a stronger drive which
means there's always business for
those in the golf retail and repair biz.
Citrus County has three: Golf Club
Outlet and Big T's Golf Shop, both in
Beverly Hills, and B and E's Golf Inc.
in Inverness. For the past 18 years.
Golf Club lOutlet on County Road 491
has served as a combination golfer's
hangout and help clinic for ailing golf
games, with Jack Reagle as "club doc-
tor" for the past nine years.
'When you go to a doctor. you tell
him where ou hurt and lie takes cer-
tain tests in order to come to a con-
clusion on how to diagnose your con-
dition and then give you a prescrip-
tion," Reagle said. "W\hat I do has a
lot of similarities. You come in and
tell me where ou hurt.' what's going
on iith your game) that's not right,
then we have a conversation and I'll
take a test of your cturrtent equipment.
That gives me a starting point "
Reaele said lie often works with a
golfer for days or weeks, niaking
adjustments to the clubs.
"It's not a science where you can sit
dow n with numbers and build a set of
clubs," he said. "Alot of people in this
business tend to judge the length of
the shaft by the height of the individ-
ual, but there's so much more
involved: Are you right- or left-hand-
ed? Is your swing slow or fast? What's
the tempo and speed of your swing,
and how hard do you finish the
swing?".
Reagle, who said he likes the
mechanics of building and adjusting
the clubs almost as much or maybe
better than playing the game, bought
the custom retail and repair business
from Richard Bingham nine years
ago.
Reagle met Bingham, who had a
small shop on State Road 44 between
Inverness and Lecanto. However, the
location was bad, Reagle said, and
the business nearly folded. A move to
Beverly Hills and a financial investor
perked business up. As a fan of golf
and a friend of Bingham, Reagle
started hanging out at the new store,
picking up tips of the trade.,
"Bing had his Professional
Clubmakers Society certification, and
I respect certification," Reagle said.
"So when I decided to buy the shop, I
worked with him until I got my certi-
fication."
Certification required passing a
350-question exam and building a
number of clubs using basic compo-
nents and sets of specific and diffi-
cult specifications.
Anybody can put clubs together,
Reagle said, but a club-maker needs
to be skilled at making exact adjust-


MATTHEW BECK/Chronicle
Jack Reagle, owner of Golf Club Outlet, poses with a golf club. At his golf retail shop in Beverly Hills, he sells new golf
clubs, builds new clubs and also offers repairs and modifications for them. "I custom fit them to people," Reagle said.


ments to the angles and weights of the
heads and lengths of the shafts to
earn a certification.
As the county grows, so does the
golfer population, said Burles
Marcum, owner of B and E's Golf Inc.
in Inverness. Marcum opened his
doors Dec. 1.
"Here in Florida, the season for
golf is year-round it never snows,"
Marcum said. "Our big season here is
right now, the winter months, because
that's when we have the snowbirds
and the golf courses are jam-packed."
Marcum, who has spent most of his
working life in food service, said he
opened his retail and repair shop


because he got tired of paying a lot of
money to have his own clubs
repaired.
"So I started learning how to repair
them myself," he said.
He bought a set of manuals and
learned at home by building com-
plete sets of clubs and giving them to
friends.
"It was a lot of trial and error," he
said.
Like Reagle's shop and Big T's,
owned by Troy Suarez, Marcum's
shop offers club repair and re-grip-
ping, which is a service that Marcum
said is a constant
"If you own a set of golf clubs,


Jack Reagle keeps bins full of grips
at his shop, Golf Club Outlet, in
Beverly Hills. Replacing a grip on a
golf club is a common repair.


It's not a science
where you can sit down
with numbers and build
a set of clubs.

Jack Reagle
custom fits golf equipment for enthusiasts.

whether you use them or not, you
need to have them re-gripped," he
said. "How often depends on the per-
son. But even if you don't use them,
they'll sit around and dry-rot"
Reagle has been in the golf club
business long enough to know that
"this is a business based on econom-
ics." "When the economy is good," he
said, "I'm busy, busy, and about six
years ago, we had some big months.
"I can judge the economy by two
indicators: the bars and the golf
courses," he said. "When the econo-
my is poor, the bars get busier and the
golf courses get slower 2005 was a
good year for bars."


Brett Wattles
CITRUS
COUNTY EDC



Hope


for


2006

What better way to
celebrate the
arrival of 2006 than
to look at the promise the
new year holds tor Citrus
County?
Indeed, the outlook for
businesses and business-
related support is very
encouraging. While we will
not count our chickens
before they hatch, here is
what appears to be forth-
coming:
Progress Energy is in the
process of adding scrubbers
to its coal plants and a new
cooling system to the
nuclear plant: total cost -
slightly over $1 billion! It
will require hundreds of
temporary construction .and
technical workers three
years to complete the proj-
ects, and a significant num-
ber of new employees will be
permanently established in
Citrus County when con-
struction is finished
Both the temporary and
permanent jobs will be well-
paying employment oppor-
tunities with good benefits.
An added plus will be the
new tax base created by the
new facilities, benefiting all
local property taxpayers.
Once again, thank you,
Progress Energy, for your
continuing investment in
Citrus County.
Again, Progress Energy
has its eye on Citrus County
as it considers the location
of a new nuclear plant and a
new coal plant. The
Please see EDC/Page 6D


Cu,



Cu *-a


-, C-,
Q, _,
U
U-~E
C-,~~a
-o C-
=f
~ C,, ~
C.., _

-


,siiiess











STOCKS


I Ho oREDTEMAKTINRVE


IS C OLC IT E


MOST ACTIVE (51 OR MORE)
Name Vol (00) Last Wkly
Lucent 1462608 2.66 -.09
Pfizer 1064838 23.32 -.64
GnMotr 686966 19.42 +.59
GenElec 676177 35.05 -.37
ExxonMbl 605947 56.17 -.93

GAINERS (S2 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Wkly
Suntechn 27.25 +5.17 +23.4
GoldcpwtA 4.21 +.50 +13.5
PrimusGty 13.05 +1.50 +13.0
MatScilf 14.10 +1.49 +11.8
Linens 26.60 +2.68 +11.2

LOSERS (52 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Wkly
ExprsJet 8.09 -2.67 -24.8
DeRigo 6.65 -1.05 -13.6
Clarkinc .13.25 -1.70 -11.4
MidwGm 18.97 -2.27 -10.7
Visteon 6.26 -.66 -9.5

DIARY


Advanced
Declined
New Highs
New Lows
Total issues
Unchanged
Volume


1,521
2,023
205
205
3,609
S 65
6,225,654,126


MOST ACTIVE (IS OR MORE)
Name Vol (00) Last Wkly
SPDR 1473810 124.51 -2.25
iShRs2000s946073 66.72 -1.41
SPEngy 696978 50.31 -.94
SemiHTr 337530 36.64 -1.18
GlobeTeln 309468 3.68 +.97

GAINERS ($2 oR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Wkly
Bexil 34.00 +9.20 +37.1
GlobeTel n 3.68 +.97 +35.8
ProspMd n 5.80 +1.40 +31.8
OneTrvrsIf 2.03 +.47 +30.1
RoweCos 2.95 +.66 +28.8

LOSERS (S2 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Wkly
SilverlfRn 3.26 -.82 -20.1
HemoSenn 5.86 -1.24 -17.5
FlightSaf 2.48 -.39 -13.6
CuisineSn 9.00 -1.35 -13.0
WstsdeEnn 3.50 -.50 -12.5

DIARY


Advanced
Declined
New Highs
New Lows
Total issues
Unchanged
Volume


508
583
93
57
1,139
48
967,233,361


MOST ACTIVE (S1 OR MORE)
Name Vol (00) Last Wkly
Nasd100Tr2108785 40.41 -.99
SiriusS 1741379 6.70 -.13
Microsoft 1564666 26.15 -.49
Cisco 1430500 17.12 -.23
JDSUniph 1364945 2.36 -.15

GAINERS ($2 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Wkly
IbisTech 3.50 +1.10 +45.8
AHPC HId 3.56 +1.05 +41.7
NeoPharm 10.79 +2.84 +35.7
Arrowhd 4.25 +1.09 +34.5
Cheroklnt 4.61 +1.02 +28.4

LOSERS ($2 OR MORE)
Name Last Chg %Wkly
Syneron 31.75 -10.64 -25.1
TnplCrwwi 12.25 -3.25 -21.0
OmegaFxn 17.39 -4.01 -18.7
21CenHwt 3.65 -.83 -18.5
Aware 4.45 -.90 -16.8

DIARY


A.j..,aned
Declined
New Highs
New Lows
Total issues
Unchanged
Volume


2,029
190
144
3,329
78
5,106,590,814


SY Wkly YTD
Div PE Yld Last Chg %Chg


AT&T Inc 1.33
6mouith 1.04
B.olAm 2.00
Beilli:,uth 1.16
C.pCiryBks .65
Ciiigp' 1.76
Dci.,i, .27
EKodak .50
ExxonMbl 1.16
FPLGps 1.42
FlaRock s .60
FordM .40
GenElec 1.00
GnMdtr. 2.00
HomeDp .40
Intel .40
IBM .80


-.14 -5.0
-.51 +1.2
-.79 -1.8
-.35 -2.5
-1.71 +2.5
-.71 +.7
-.30 -13.8
+.31 -27.4
-.93 +9.6
+.50 +11.2
-1.71 +23.6
-.18 -47.3,
-.37 -4.0
+.59 -51.5
-1.11 -5.3
-1.01 +6.7
-1.28 -16.6


Name Div PE YId Last


LowesCos
McDnlds
Microsoft
Motorola
Penney
ProgrssEn
SearsHldgs
SprintNex
TimeWarn
UniFirst
VerizonCm
Wachovia
WalMart
Walgrn


.4 66.66
2.0 33.72
1.4 26.15
.7 22.59
.9 55.60
5.5 43.92
... 115.53
.4 23.36
1.1 17.44
.5 31.10
5.4 30.12
3.9 52.86
1.3 46.80
.6 44.26


Wkly YTD
Chg %Chg


-.80 +15.7
-.83 +5.2
-.49 -2.1
-.90 +31.3
-.12 +34.3
-.40 -2.9
-4.31 +16.8
-.48 -6.0
-.24 -10.3
+.20 +10.0
-.36 -25.6
-1.04 +.5
-1.54 -11.4
-.76 +15.4


Here are the 400 most active stocks on the New York Stock Exchange. the 325 most
active on the Nasdaq Narional Markel and 50 most active on me American Stock
Exchange Mutual funds are 800 largest.
52 wk Hi/Lo: High and low price over the past 52 weeks.
Name: Stocks are listed alphabetically by the company s lull name (nol its abbrevia-
tion) Company names made up of initials appear at the beginning of each leflers list
Div: Current annual dividend rate paid on stock
PE. Price to earnings ratio
PPE Projected price to earnings ratio based on analysis' lorcasts of earnings for nexi
12 months.
Last: Price stock was trading at when exchange closed lor the week
YTD % Chg: Loss or gain lor the year No change indicated by unc
Chg: Loss or gain for last day ol week No change indicated by unc


Stock Footnotes: cc PE oreaii .man '93 cr9 i u1 rn, Dr,,C called lur r redIpIe.:... r ,.:.O.Teparn .1 tna*
5?2Weel' loc dod LuS ArI IarS ri i moi r Crn.ompany formerly li1-0d rji. Lhe- Am-ric ar, Ec.ar,.n'. EiiEarq.ng
Cormpariy MariaKlolia g OD.-erndr and earr,n.nis Cani.ia-1ra dollar. n I0ITpor.ary em.Tir Irirn r 1iq5.
:apiTal arno d urplu Ir1,.t.g quaii:.catlor. r. 21 S :1 a, a n A es-ue iNh~ i ln ai .\ ar Ther 5-% eeI r, nr,, anr,, lr.-
rigure clal only rnom Ins mei inlnhr I latraolr. p Prelerra il.jrK i,: i. p'. -Freeri .:: p: r loi-lEr ,i
.irn ellmein s. or purcriaae prnce q Closed d ,iir lual lui,'d no PE caalCulaci 'J n R ,or'1 In :, C"Jy ici. uirry a
Saape:,.fed prrie. a Slack has epl, b) at laai 20 ip rr.ir l wirnr, ri. Ire lat r "i Trade s inll t-. ierlle1- vrhien
hea Clock s isi.uea wi Wnen Oilrnruled .l I I Warrant, arln ii r. a l.ur.;r, .n o i3 a itc.j u a 5.O,.i'ii
hign un U rit., clucdirg more man one crur'ir CI -ipanry r btranriupi.: or reii.,rrri,.p c.r ,be.rc i'e.r
ganizdi under Ihe arnkrupicy la* Apcear, i" I lr.nr i itne nrnme
Dividend Footnotes: a E Enya di lania: ere c~i.r bui ar noi inilulaeo r Anr, inual .i plus .II..: :
Liq.ialayrnq dividend e AmiTo.unr oe:ldared .j px1r in Ia i t nrr.:ilrlh, I CurrarnI annr, ua. l e lrCri v. a
ir..;re iaie by moue! ei:l nalvirdar.i 0 nnour,:en.minl i um l do...Jera pad sanlir lL l. ;plil n regular ral,
I 5um jf ai. Oioena pa.1 ltri yeaSr I.lot re.: e.n dair..dera a. ,:.mTrnei or ailelrelad L '-lcared l :r paid Ih
year. a cunJulsalne seue w.ln d:v,-an .r arriear rm Cunreni arnru3 rate wri.:n wa dlcica c.'1 y mo.,r
recenir a.Elasrna ,anrouncieminl p Iirlal ,dlri dern annual raite not rn.:wc. yield niol *r.jo r DCI:lared O-r
paid in preeirao lrj ? minlhs ilus aslo: i ,.i d' erId i P.d ,,n zil..:I. app,:. .mai l :ai r, rvalue jn .r, er-vr .lrulc.ic
d.ale Source: The Associated Press. Sales figures are unotlicial.


52-Week
High Low Name


Daily Wkly Wkly .TD
Last Net Chg Net Chg % Chg % Chg


10,984.46 10,000.46 Dow Jones Industrials' 10,717.50 -165.77 -1.52 -.61 -.61
4,306.09 3,348.36 Dw JonesTransportation 4,196.03 -70.72 -1.66+10.48 +10.48
438.74 323.79 Dow Jones Utilities 405.11 -6.54 -1.59 +20.95 +20.95
7,867.59 6,902.51 NYSEComposite. 7,753.95 -87.95 -1.12 +6.95 +6.95
1,778.74 1,186.14 AMEX Index 1,759.08 .+.31 +.02+22.64 +22.64
2,278.16 1,889.83 Nasdaq Composite 2,205.32 -44.10 -1.96 +1.37 +1.37
1,275.80 1,136.15 S&P500 1,248.29 -20.37 -1.61 +3.00 +3.00
693.63 570.03 Russell 2000 673.22 -13.22 -1.93 +3.32 +3.32
12,787.08 11,195.22 Wilshire5000 12,517.69 -194.00 -1.53 +4.57 +4.57


NE YRKSOC0ECANG


52-Wk YTD 52-Wk YTD 52-Wk
HI Low Name DIv PE PPE Last cha %cha Hi Low Name Div PEPPE Last chg %chg HI Low Name DIv PEPPE Last


A-B-C
9.85 5.42 ABBUd ......19 9.72
8.45 7.89 ACMInco .66 q ... 8.28
18.13 12.53 AESCpf ... 22 18 15.83
49.65 35.50 AFLAC .44 15 18 46.42
39.32 32,00 AGLRes1.481 15 14 34.81
38.05 26.76 AMLIRs 1.92 15 ... 38.05
23.53 7.83 AMR ... dd 44 22.23
55.65 33.26' ASAULd .90e q ... 55.01
26.17 21:75 AT&TIncl.331 21 14 24.49
26.35 24.98 AT&T20411.75 .. 14 25.08
33.35 23.35 AXA .79e ...... 32.33
50.00 37.50 AbtLab 1.10 18 15 39.43
13.41 12.46 AdamsEx.86e q ... 12.55
24.99 19.20 Adesa .30 18 16 24.42
31.84 14.08 AMD ... cc 37 30.60
36.10 20.00 Agilent ... 50 21 33.29
9.30' 6.72 Ahold ... ..... 7.53
16,70 7.40 AirTran ... cc 22 16.03
26.51 19.26 Albertsn .76 17 17 21.35
32.29 22.28 Alcoa .60 20 16 29.57
51.70 35.65 Allete 1.26 cc 18 44.00
58.46 40.23 AlliCap 2:80e 20 17 58.49
12.86 11:31 AIIWrld2,89 q ... 12.43
30.99 9.39 Alpharma .18 dd 24 28.51
S78.68 60.40 Alida 3.20 15 14 74.72
56.77 47.51 Ameren 2.54 15 16 51.24
31.32 15.90 AMovilLs .63 ... 19 29.26
40.80 32.25 AEP 1.481 13 14 37.09
53.99 43.34 AmExp .48b 17 17 51.46
73.80 49.91 AmlntGpll .60 16 12 68.23
12.38 9.95 AmSIP3 .78 q ... 10.74
35.00 27.10 Amerigas 224 34 15 28.27
28.29 23.85 AmSoulh 1:041 14 12 26.21
101.4260.02 Anadrk .72 11 8 94.75
51.32 40.15- Anheusr 1.08 17 17 42.96
78.15 47.45 Apache .401 10 8 68.52
29.22 17.49 AquaAms.431 38 34 27.30
4.24 2.90 Aquila ... dd ... 3.60
82.20 33.19 ArchCoal .32 cc 19 79.50
25.5 17.55 ArchDan .34 17 15. 24.66
67.61 50.45 Ashlandnl.10 2 18 57.90
10.25 8.52 AsdEslat .68 70 ... 9.04
29.97 25.00 ATMOS 1261 15 14 26.16
17.74 7.76 Avay ... 617 1 0.67
36.98 .21.04 Aviall ... 19 15 28.80
45.66 24.33 Avon .66 14 19 28.55
34.48 22.58 BHP Bill.56e .. ... 33.42
39.78 21.13 BJSvcss .20 27 17 36.67
72.66 56.60 BPPLC 2.09e 11 ... 64.22
24.75 20.70 BRT 2.08f 11 ... 23.85
46.45 35.06 BallCp .40 16 13 39.72
47.4441.13 BkofAm 2.00 11 10 .46.15
34.03 26.93 BkNY .84 16 '14 31.85
52.50 39.25 Banta .72 14 1:r. 'i ':i
29.96 21.07 BarrickG .22 40 3i1 ":A
87.89 61.82 BauschLII.52 25 16 67.90
28.32 24.32 BellSouth 1.16 12 14 27.10
53.17 31.93 BestBuys .32 21 18 43.48
44.63 29.19 BlkHICp 1.28 44 16 34.61
16.04 14.97 BIkFL08 75 .75 ... 15.11
10,65 3.19 Blockbstr .04j dd 16, 3.75
6.94 6.08 BlueChp .57e q ... 6.31
72.40 49.52 Boeing 1.201 25 21 70.24
27.47 18.65 Borders .40f 16 14 21.67
27.27 19.85 BostBeer ... 23 23 25.00
76.67 56.66 BostProp2.72a 24 38 74.13
36.35 22.80 BostonSci ... 36 13 24.49
26.60 N.i. fill',:i 1.12 17 1'4 22.98
72.00 u ': li I:;i .80.019 I' 70,82
S'87.03 rir., b.,.: ,15 11 86.20
14,00 CE r. ... ... 13.10
50.23 42.07 hnt!1& "l 17 19 45.90
l o: An l'J;[ INi 7 14 111.70
7: ':9 ii ,,:l. 16 15 10 30.73
31.60 22.02 ii:,:i:,, .15 22 17 26.42
15.95 10.60 .ii",.'.i .28 cc 15 13.84
31.60 27.35 'a.Ti,',1 -? 16 17 29.77,
14.00 11.68 :.ir .i"l :. ... .. .. 12.46
59.88 41.31 ,.' v.,i,,: I1..r 16 12 57.77
S23.50 16.40 ,C.dli,, u .16. 12 17.25
15.13. 16r C,.l-.Pnt.24m 16 13 .12.85
89.50 -Ai.) i:,lLi:,r 4.50 82.02
36.50 29.55 CntryTel .24 13 14 33.16'
15.85 8.33 ChmpE ... 38 14 .13.62


+.41 +71.7
+.01 +1.5
-.15 +15.8
-.46 +16.5
-.14 +4.7
+.06 +18.9
-.22+103.0
+1.71 +36.0
-.14 -5.0
-.06 -4.6
-.61 +30.6
-1.43 -15.5
-.14 -4,3
-.55 +15.1
+.10 +39.0
-1.61 +38.1
+.04 r3.1
+.66 +49.8
+.81 -10.6
+.12 -5.9
-1.30 +19.7
-.28 +34.5
+.18 +0.4
-1.70 +68.2
-1.34 +22.3
-.50 +2.2
-.42 +67.7
-.25 +8.0
-.85 +4.3
+.13 +3.9
+.27 -12.8
-.23 -4.5
-.51 +1.2
+.10 +46.2
-.74 -15.3
-1.79 +35.5
-.04 +48.0
-.11 -2.4
-.66 +123.7
-.54 +10.5
-.85 -6.3
.11 -11.5
-.22 -4.4
-.12 -38.0
-1.01 +25.
-.45 -26.2
+.38 +39.1
-.95 +57.6
-.58 +10.0
-.05. -2.0
-.97 -9.7
-.79 -1.8
-.62 -4.7
-1.34 +11.3
+.66 +15.1
-4.10 +5.3
-.35 -2.5
-.74 +10.0
-.27 +12.8
-.07 -4.7
+.21 -60.7
-.02 -5.5
-1.25 +35.7
+.14 -14.4
-.44 +17.5
+.01 +14.6
-1 5 -31.1
.ir -10.3
+.21 '+49.7

-.45 -4.5
-1.35 +36.9
-.65 -3.2
-.72 +17.2
-.24 +2.5
-.40 -0.4
+.08 -8.4
-.74 +18.5
+.48 -22.6-
-.20 +13.7
-.73 +0.6
-.29 -6.5
-.43 +152


25.43 15.14 Checkpnt .01 17 17 24.65
.40.20 15.06 ChesEng .20 17 .9 31.73
65.98 49.50 Chevron 1.80 9 7 56.77
4.88 3.50 CinciBell .. dd 14 3.51
45.95 38.19 CINergy 1.92 18 14 42.46
.49.99 42.91 Ciigrp 1.76 11 11 48.53
29.74 19.67 ClairesStrs.40a 18 16 29.22
23.92 18.52 CocaCE .16 14 15 19.17
45.26 40.40 CocaCI 1.12 18 18 40.31
4.70 2.70 Coeur ... cc 31 4.00
'9.31 8.01 Collntln .65a q ... 8.15
35.98 26.87 CmcBNJs.48f 19 18 34.41
30.24 19.99 C....1j.a i '" 13 15 20.28
71.48 41.40 C:.,,.:,:Fr.l 14 7 6 58.18
49.29 41.10 ConEd 2.28 18 15 46.33
21.97 8.50 CtlAirB ... dd "r '1 i
17.90 12.57 Cnvrgys :.. 19 r:
21.95 10.61 Coming ... 38 .19 I)iOi
11.90 7.29 CorusGr .09e .. Ir
17.05 9.51 CypSem .. dd 37 14.25
D-E-F
11.95 10.18 DNPSelct .78 q 10.39
28.34 23.87 DPL .96 22 16 26.01
48.31 41.39 DTE 2.06 28 11 43.19
55.15 38.77 DaimrC1.93e ... 12 51.03
17.56 590 DanaCplf.04m dd 9 7.18
39.53 ..6 Darden .40 20 17 38.88
74.73 rt. Ci ':.i~., 1.561 12 11 68.11
70.35 .3"r IO. -.i.E .30 11 7 6254
17.01 13.17 DirecTV ... dd 38 14.12
29.99 22.89 Disney .27f 19 16 23.97
22.80 17.75 DollarG ,18 18 15 19.07
86.97 66.51 DomRes 2.68 27 14 77.20
56.75 40.18 DowChm 1.34 9 8 43.82
54.90 37.60 DuPont 1.48 20 15 42.50
30.55 24.37 DukeEgy 1.24 17 16 27.45
38.95 34.50 DuqpfA 2.10 ,... 35,00
19.52 16.08 DuqUght 1.00 11 14 16.32
5.70 3.21 Dynegy ... dd .. 4.84
21.71 10.53 ETrade 20 15 20.86
15.09 11.10 EMCCp ... 26 21 13.62
61.80 44.10 EastChm 1.76 8 9 51.59
35.19 20.77 EKodak .50 dd 13 23.40
14 9.3 EIo.16 30 EP C.1 dd 13 12.16
29.93 3.00 Elan .. 13.93
25.01 19.25 EmpDist 1.28 22 18 20.33
57.08 42.00 EnbrEPts3.70 45 20 43.90
5982 26,45 EnCanas .30 ... 11 45.16
27.39 21.62 Endesa .91e .. 26.01
34.99 22.34 EnPr ., 13 13 26.95
50.34 29.25 ENSCO .10 0 11 44.35
79.22 64.48 Entergy 2.16 15 14 68.65
14.18 I:;7 Eqrtynn .68 cc 38 13.55
35.79 : EqOffPT 2.00 cc 26 30.33
57.46 41.77 Exelon 1.60 17 16 53.14
65.96 49.25 ExxonMb 1.1611 10 56.17
48.11 35.90 FPLGp 1.421 1 5 41,56
72.38 41.34 FannieM 1.04 8 8 48.81
i i" I4i, e.-E!..o l .24 26 18 15.01
r .i.i, Flii: 2.001 16 25 20.60.
1 '49 I4 :.' fI:l.n,, .58 1... 16 18.76
u4 ". .., F,,:ii,,a .24 21 17 43.01
118.81 13.80 F.l.,iF. 1. q 17.06
20.71 16.67 Fi ,. 4 l r q 17.12
67.98 36.00 FlaRocks .60 21 18 49.06
14.97 7.57 FordM" .40 8 11 7.72
96.18 73.50 ForluneBrl.44 17 15 78.02
G-H-I
S1i ;26.29 GATX .80 12 '15 36.08
a 7.63 GabelliET.76a q ... 8.03
-_ .15.90 Gap .18 14 14 17.64
6.06 ?q5 Gateway -.... 42" 14 2.51
37.34 i:,. GenElec 1.001 20 18 35.05
40.82 iii GnMotr 2.00 dd 18 19.42
22.60 12.04 Goldcrpg.18a 36 27 22.28
134.99 94.75 GoldmanSl.00 11 11 127.71
45.82 30,11 Goodrich .80 22 17 41.10
32.78 27.09 GtPlainEnl.66 12 14 27.96
33.09 26.62 GMP V100 14 ... 28.77
27.78 18.35 Grifon ..15 12. 23.81
20.74 13.07 GuangRyI71e 15.52
75.55 55.26 Guidant .40 49 28 64.75
69.78 37.18 Hallibln .50 31 17 61.96


16.13 13.25 HanJS 1.03e
10.09 7.97 HanPtDiv .55
12.38 9.88 HanPtDv2.68
43.30 30.15 Hanoverns ...
56.11 42.24 Hanson 1.74e
62.49 44.40 HarleyD .721
79.69 57.29 HarrahE 1.45
22.35 17.75 Hasbro :36
29.79 24.60 HawaiiEl 1.24
39.20 31.15 HICrREIT2.48
41.36 31.01 lfr.-.n i l,,, i
6:22 2.95 -I.i:lir ,,
11.30 8.36 HellnTel ..
30.25 18.89 HewlettP .32
31.86 24.27 HighwdP'f 1-"
25.81 18.78 Hilton i.
43.98 34.56 HomeDp .40
39.50 32.66 HonwIllntl .91f
39.45 25.29 HughSup .36


55.70 .i!: a H,.~iC no
13.68 li ,'ir.J, r.06
32.05 26.22 Idacorp 1,:
46.94 30.49 Imation .
43.96 35.13 IngerRds .&
99.10 71.85 IBM .8
34.99 24.20 IntlGame .
13.80 9.08 Irit.l, l .in,
45.09 26.66 Ii....r li,


6e
20
48
64
80
50


J-


40.56 : .i .l :.i. ,:r. it,
.'f'f? ','n ..t J,..ii i 1 2
' -: .,:,n 'r,,nI'll I.I
.imi. n.:' a,.].. 4aj
,46.99 47:5 .ll'.]9 iI
34.97 :I l A Aii 1'.i. dii ,.1
35.00 i,, I1. eC',i*irp. I Ji'i
41.03 i- r' 1 '1yil:.'. i.i 1
58.90 41. r c.i ,ri,
12.95 3.91 KrspKrmlf ....
20.88 15.15 Kroger
8.29 1.90 LLERy .28e
10.75 4.92 LSI Log ...
23.92 16,50 LTCPrp 1.44
16.40 10.13 LaZBoy ..44
34.31 26.90 Laclede 1.38
6.68 5.38 LblyASG .58e
9.41 7.59 UblyMA -...


31 20
q ...
17 15
21 22
11 12
I" 1.

dd 88
49 42
K-L
20' 12
19 16
16 14
15 18
1.J 14
13 12
12 15
21 17

cc 13
8 ...
dd IS
14 16
25 18
15 14
q ...
cc 66


YTD 52-Wk
chg %chg Hi. Low


+.20 -i"
-.04 -. i
-.16 -11.8
+1.82 +27.2
+.32 +27.9
-.34 -15.2
+.43 +6.6
-.18 +4.1
-.05 -11.1
-.31 -11.1
-.16 -18.3
+.08 -.,
-.05 1 .
-.14 .. :
-.83 .
-I -

- *. .,


112.50 96.71
29.01 18.28
37.13 25.48

"11 4 ; U

r ii. i-

,, I 'II
1i" i : is i.


-.84 +83.0
-.13 +23.8
-.41 -4.2
-.27 +44.7
-.71 +0.5
-I .0 -16.6
-07 n,,
-44- ..:i5


Name DIv PEPPER Last


tlr,i 1 > i i i :n
t.,lE, I 'lll 8 W ,'


LockhdM1.201 17 15 63.63
Lucent ... 11 15 2.66
Lyondell .90 15 6 23.82
M-N-0
M&TBk 1.80 17 15 109.05
MBNA .56 16 13 27.15
MDU Res .76 15 14 32.74
ri 1:I .50 q ... 8.60
I.,).,.,.. .03e ... ... 7.77
rl.i .li. 1'" 10 10 71.98
ri. 1H. r' q ... 6.01
11,'.,1ii., 1.20 ... 14 58.80
11i^ .,1 ... .. 1":.
r1 r'iir l'' .:. I III


3.10 .Maxtor ... dd ... 6.94
9.21 Maytag .36 ..... 18.82
27.36 McDnlds .67f1 i 16 33.72
2T50 Merck 1.52 15 14 31.81
':-'n *,1mi~l.,, .80 14 12 67.73
43;' .1i 'iL, .521 8 11 49.00
..: 1 l,.:.-,T St. 20 li 1
)".:: 1.i1trol : 1 7.': ..: 4" ,.
i' r,.i. B: 23 18,36
I.A rr ',,...., d ... 1.26
I 1 i ii ili, ..i 32 23 i:..
uIj : r l,:C0 m -, l 60 .:. -1ii ,
r.O M i'cihi/ .:0 14 11 '4
i. 'i, r i T.ri 4:1. q ..' I
in ri..r..,..i., Ir. 14 li ; '
11.1n t i in.'irlil,]f ie l q ... I :1
I';:i I lr,L,ht. :4 34 17 19.96
:10( IJC .p I 1 1 16 i 4
':.' Iii i jaiu l 14 i si i ':
d44 i Jal .,;1:1 '5 ... ... 48.69
I i al.ii ni,, 1i1 27 19 25.98
i,. lr.i ,. ij q ... ?o0
4.I 1 1 rJ R:.... 11441 15 15 1 'A
14 .1 1awi ,itl .1 4 53r 36 '340u
a .1 r,:,jn. 40 18 7.63
i) 4 NewsCpA.12e ... :.. 15.55
;"? NiSource .92 14 13 20.86
':':) Nicor 1.86 14 16 ,:i1
i. 1 NikeB 1.241 17 16 i :7


YTD
chg %chg


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


75.63 47.04 NobleCorp.16f 39 13
18.82 13.92 NokiaCp .44e .
3.62 2.26 NortelNet cc 17
30.27 "', rl..a,,. 1.001 13 13
21.95 i rr'. .. 11.i .70 dd 17
52.99 40.60 NoBordr 3.20 14 16
60.06 51.10 NorthropG1.04 16 14
31.46 24.90 NSTARs 1.16 16 15
16.40 13.73 NvFL .83 q
16.03 13.89 NvIMO .85 q .
30.60 24.41 XCEEr.T,i11 15 14
89.80 54,17 ,',:*i i 1 1i 7 8
34.84 24:11 Oi n..l fli ri dd 28
25.35 It -' .. IAu 11 10
46.17 30,31 Oshkshs .27 20 16
47.75 34.45 OulbkSlk .52 20 16'
P-Q-R
30.45 23.83 PNM Res .80 20 13
"4 55.64 :'P-.. I i 12
a3.6e 25,52 'L r:,: IV u I" r .13
25.74 11.35 'vI., i- 20
25.75 18.10 :"'.."r. ""n
57.15 43.32 PenVaRs 2.60 ... 19
57.99 39,99 Penney .50 17 13
18:80 11.75 PepBoy .27 dd .
60.34 51.34 c-ir ,- 1i 25 20
26.35 20.28 :'(.:4.T, e, 4 17 16
17.23 10.75 Prmian 1.34e 13
29.21 2020 Pfizer .961 21 11
25.80 :':i ', rl .12 18 18
13.29 0 i f',.,T.,:.:,'ii q ..
47.50 40.34 PitnyBw 1.24 19 15
23.54 i if, r. ,:e,, .10 100 43
39.63 :: 1i, Phirrn,, I 18 20
42.00 30.13 ...'.l: i 14
54.31 41.06 -i.i-.i; "! 25 19
59.70 51.16 :'r....r IiT. 21 21
4a.on' 40.19 ProgrssEn2.42f 15 14
jI .0 2.68 ProsSHiln .24 q ...
S': 9.05 ProvETg 1.44 7
68.47 49.32 PSEG 2.24 2 9 17
8?5". 1. 5 PSEG pfA4.08
."4 F u-pi r.), it ,". ,,1 14
5. 29.6 Rgio.r :1.1R
9.87 9.11 PIGM .49a .
6.81 5.96 PPrIT .36a q .
67.71 42.15 Quanexs .62 9 10
5.95 3.30 QwesCm ... dd ...-
19.95 16.51 RPM .64f 21 12
34.48 ;1,:.. RadioShk .25 9 12
48.00 i~4 Ralcorp .... 17 15
38.58 25.88 RJamesFn.481 21 15
41.68 29.01 Rayoniers1.88f 22 24
25.69 21.08 Rllylnco 1.40 1 19
35.75 29.16 RegionsFnl.36 16.13
33.98 24.15 Repsol .63e
11 14 6.41 RelVent ... dd 50
I 2.20 Revlon ... dd



S-T-U
ii, r ':. i in.i :1j 1i 13
'; ':' l' i..' ., U i'
1ii0 1.' '. r I r i .. I 1



i5 i .:: ii.eIPa .. I 1


51 t 1 ,08 Solrm ... aI 1
I ,ij 'I J, .6 ...

i )., SlerrPac ... 18 19
cal r" ,:.. i r.r', fii:.p 43 39
i' ;n'-. ,n,,ir,,', t4 ?0 t'
539 308 Onlectm ... 02 '
j:. ; i Jl Iw ,ni'. n 4 ". :
wi: '; I ..ir,,i 1.' 26 24
1 i 1Ii.,: 1 y.,E ,, : ... 41 26


-.17 -3.2

-0 i, i

8+1 -1.6
+ 4) *: "



rr .-li I
-+. *4 -l
-1.0 51.1
-.19 -12.4
-.14 -8.7
+.45 +21.6
-1.00 -6.2
-.80 +14.5
-1.12 +20.0
-1.00 +5.1
-.40 -2.9
+07 -18.0
-.17 +14.0
-1.68 +25.5
uno +0.1
+.02 -17.3
+809 +1.8
+.07 -1.3
-.03 -7.8



-.26 -36.0
-.68 -4.8

86 +22.2
-.52 -14.5
-.69' -4.
-P +12.7
:_: +75.2
-.25 +34
-.05 4
-.39 -ii
-.20 I


-.38 -
-.67 +1*,
-3.09 +4



-.44 -,14
-A5 +12.


-3.00 .+7.
. 32 ",0
- i -.'~.

-1.81 ..$i
-.14 I-'
-1.72 -n
-.27 +17.2
+.05 31.3
-.61 +3.0
-.15 +0.9
-1.92 +183.6


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


24.79 20.05 SovrgnBcp.24
27.20 21.12 SpdntNex .10
?Or1 2178 Standex .84
:7 i. ; I o? Slteds .16
53.78 41.02 sTGold .
S1 1 c1 SturmR .30j
:i "i SubPpne 2.45


???, 24.55 TCFFncd .85
S ,,' :6.6 Tl'0 b r.:.nr. A
I" ', tn B' IiT "' "'.



i *: l .i .il, i 1n
Sii I 1 T i ,. : i l i
I:' 6e. 7?7 t-IH


i- 1--0n Tnti H;I.,.,2.95e
r, i P,,. .T


.1 l ;- :. s l ir, :,T,:.El ...
", .,. "- T i T, ,l ..,
"., 'i : ti : 1.68
i i.i Af. i T,Itjn,, ?_
4 1 I If, Th .: ,, .,
i 3. TPsi,,,.I .60.
"' l I, I T,:,2.l,1 I .40
' I ". T,:I'i.,. ....
8.22 5.90 T.:.,.,EI, tn'
57.57 5005 Ti.r.,r.. u
53.16 1A. '*, TorDBkg 1.68
137.95103.73 Total SA 3.66e
25.88 17.76 Ti:,il, :
33.90 :"i TS ,,.,'y :;
Q. 1? .,,,,,
21 7i 1159 Tredqar it.


F(. I I 4'1 (.i I .I IL KAl 2

:!" :" I !i i ,',l IQ .

3 .1 :'i. A I, l r 'ir, .I 1


t4 i ; r :r ulri.,ir. 2 11


II I


10.91 3.14

: 1. ^:'












. I]
I.), % .











34.64 2:1 -
5.36 ., -
5:38 9:1


13 11 21.62 -.63 -4.1
19 15 123.36 -.48 -6.0
15 ... 27.76 -.06 -2.6
21 18 25.02 -.75 +5.5
q .51.58 +1.46 +17.8
54 23 7.01 -.20 -22.4
dd 14 26.21 +1.35 -24.6
dd ... 3140 +.9t -22.0
14 12 72.76. -1.77 -1.5
14 13 27.14 -.? -15.6
21 11 29.05 -6,.- -0.6
dd 14 17.18 -.22 +11.9
84 9 50.19 -.49 +55.5
.. ... 80.68 -.60 +41.2
.. 9.91 -.18 +22.6
21 18 54.97 -.54 +5.9
dd ... 7.66 -.32 -30.2
20 18 34.84 +.45 -Ilt.
9 18 5.60. -.20 -:'f9
5 ... 19,04 -.96 -14.7
33 15 30.52'. -.50 +61.8
. 19 32.07 -.86 +30.3'
.).1 ... 3.02 1 -25.6
17 17 1 -.40 -0.2
23. 18 41 -.47 +36.5
19 16 7"I- -1.10 -5.6
17 21 .2i) -.87 +19.8
31 20 1-l -.24 -10.3
13 11 u?: -.61 +23.1
,.. 26.q -260 +43.6
.i 7 34. -6 +1.0
6.84 +.02 +5.2
12 11 55.60 -.r -2.5
... 12 52.70, r. +26.4
l.. .t -1.44 +15.1
21 18 1) +.01 -18.6
63 i A .:al +.03 +22.4
48 16 69.69 -.96 +64.4
23 14 12.89 -27 -36.2
q ...18,58 -11 +1.6
20 14 28.86 -ri -19.3
23 20 45.99 -.74 -10.4
14 13 31.10 .-K +10.0
35 ... 23.44 -, -5.5
...22 3.12 -.18 -2.5
13 11 29.89;' -.68 ,-4.6
5 8 48.07 i5"' -6.2
1816 16 '-i1 -I .+8.2
26 21 t14 -11i +41.2


V-W-X-Y-Z
V.ilrnlFr 1 1 ,)I 1 52
v.I :.E 7
2'.iI. I. 14
vir,:.,,'Crri r,. i 12
V'01 .......TB 6 ,.i 1
'.'. 1 '1 12


rC t.i:i. Is r 8
V ..r.,,, ',,:, i 1
5li.1, 1. I 168
J il.. : .' 24
M. iljii Iri II 11
J* ,idiit n .I t 18
II:,',,r 4 1

Vl'n.dl r. 10. .1



f,-i,' ,, .
V I., T IP k ,j .1

l :ir I- I I 1




vtr.il'a 1.12 28 24
V .ir. 1.00f 55 15
YtOE'-,:!Of 18 10
' il,.: r. 16 14
Xerox ... 16 1
Yr'niCdl .50f 10 I1I
:,...,=,il .53 q


-.69 -314
-1.23 +127.3
-.04 +1.3
-.36 -25.6
-.74 -10.4
- '41 1 r1', 0A

+.06 -21.6
-.21 -29.3
-1.04 +0.5
-i51 -11


- 1 .i l l
-.01 -36.6
+1.49..+38.8
-1 30 t1

- t.i "



- ;, -I1B1

-1. 1 -rI'
-193 -3.9
-. 11 +8.2
-:0' +65.6
i +1.4
-.22 -13.9
-.64 -22.8
unc -12.1


NSAQ N9ATIOAL ARE


I AEIA NSOCKEXCANG


52-Wk
Hi Low Name DivPEPPELast

A-B-C
33.25 12.40 ACMoore .. 21 16 14.55
27.14 12.88 ADCTelrs .25 21 22.32
.-1: 13.94 ASMLHId ..... 20 20.08
S i': 10.47 ATITech dd 24 16.99
4.75 :.61 TS-l.t ... dd ,. 2.76
4.36 I i1 .:,T, ... dd .. 2.11
21.83 i.4'. A .-j.... ... dd ... 21.49
18.03 10.19 Acvisns ... 49 30 13.74
7.69 3.12 Adaptec ..dd .. 5.82
39.34 25.80 AdobeSys ... 31 28 36.96
33.48 15.75 Adlran .36 28 19 29.71
31.30 20.23 Advanta .45 8 ... 30.13
33.06 21.84 AdvanIB .54 9 13 32.44
59.73 33.94 Affymet 53 44 47.75
22.25 10.64 AkamaT ..10 28 19.83
47.16 38.96 Azo 1.52e ...... 46.08
18.65 10.55 Almosa .. dd 43 18.61
30.00 12.29 Aldila .60a 11 .. 25.43
19.87 9.68 Alkerm .. dd ... 19.12
6.52 1.93 AltairNano d... dd 2,03
22.99 15.96 AlteraCp 26 20 18.53
50.00 30.60 Amazon .. 40 49 47.15
1.64 .72 AmerBlo ... 56 .. 1.11
.60 1.02 AmrBi wt ... ...... .20
34.04 19.45 AEagleO.s.30 12 11 22.98
28.56 19.00 APwCnv .40 24 20 22.00
25.00 9.91 Amedtrade... 30 23 24.00
86.92 56.19 Amgen ... 28 21 78.86
6.99 2.87 AmkorT .. dd19 5.60
42.36 14.50 Amylin ... dd ... 39.92
53.00 39.68 Anlogic .40f 23 31 47.85
4.10 2.24 Analysis .. dd... 2.40
5.85 1.04 AnySur ... ...... 1.99
14.19 10.07 Andrew .. 47 20 10.73
84.20 57.40 ApolloG .. 25 2 60.46
75.46 31.03 AppleCs ... 4 6 36 71.89
7.24 2.40 AppldDig ... dd .. 2.86
5.37 3.20 Apldlnov 25... 3.31
19.47 -I.i ApldMalt .12 25 22 17.94
4.37 :,"; AMCC ... dd 29 2.57
17.16 5.40 Aribaln ... dd -21 7.35
12.79 5.45 Aris .. 33 12 .9.47
35.26 28.87 AsscdBancl.08 1 12 32.55
24.24 10.50 AthrGnc ... dd ... 20.01
4.03 1.97 Atel ... dd 43 3.09
19.00 12.20 Audvox ... 4 26 13.86
48.27 26.20 Autodesk .03j 34 29 42.93
7.60 3.77 Aware ... dd 4.45
9.49 '4.05 Axcelis ... 95 40 4.77
9.70 6.78 BEASys ... 26 20 9.40
18.29 12.32 BeasleyB .25 25 24 13.51
46.99 35.50 BedBath ... 20 17 36.15
18.64 3.68 Bicryst ... dd ... 16.75
70.00 33.18 Biogenld ... cc 22 45.28
45.71 32.50 Biomet .25e 23 19 36.57
4.62 .64 Biopurers ... dd ... .78
26.45 19,91 BobEvn .48 25 20 23.06
49.92 27.37 Brdcom ... 60 27 47.15
7.81 3.34BrcdeCm ...29 17 4.07
18.91 11.25 BrooksAut ... ad 24 12.53
9.75 4.83 C-COR .. dd ... 4.86
4.74 2.37 CDCCpA .......... 3.20
41.70 23.60 CH Robns.52 35 28 37.03
18.65 12,90 Cadence ... 16 1 6.92
40.1719.11 CalDives ... 26 12 35.89
39.33 28.00 CapClyBks.65f 21 18 34.29
5.89 .89 CpslnTrb ..dd ... 2.99
65.06 24.70 Celgene ... cc 69 '64.80
66.92 37.35 Cephln ... dd 21 64.74
14.07 7.00 ChrmSh .. 20 15 13.15
25.42 19.57 ChkPoint ... 17 14 20.06
15.36 1155 Checkers ... 16 14 15.16
19.88 7.80 ChinaTcFn ........ 13.50
48.40 31.07 ChrchIlD .50 6 26 36.73.
3.50 1.64 CienaCp ......... 2.97
8.04 3.70 Cirrus ..19 17 6.68
20.25 16.83 Cisco .. 20 15 17.12
29.46 20.70 CildrixSy ... 32 23 28.73
36.59 13.74 CleanH .. 20 16 28.81
52.47 35.57 CogTech .. 52 36 50.27
10.75 6.22 Comarco ......... 9.98
34.50 26.01 Comcast ... 42 27 25.92
34.16 25.57 Comsp ... 42 23 25.69
9.99 5.51 Comouwre .. 30 19 8.97


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


+.04 -49.5
-1.29 +19.0
unc +26.1
+.16 -12.4
-.09 -40.8
-.13 +48.6
+.01 +107.8
+.23 +21.0
-.26 -23.3
-.15 +17.8
-2.05 +55.2
-.18 +33.2
+.03 +33.7
+2.99 +30.6
-.17 +53.0
-.14 +8.4
+.02 +49.2
+.08 +66.8
+:93 +35.7
-.07 -25.1
-.64 -10.5
-2.07 +6.5
unc +2.8
unc -20.0
+.96 -2.4
-.15 +2.8
-.06 +68.8
-2.01 +22.9
-.41 -16.2
-1.49 +70.9
-1.32 +6.8
+.01 -40,0
-.18 -40.6
-.18 -21.3
-1.20 -25.1
-1.46 +123.3
+.24 -57.6
-.14 -4.6
-.46 +4.9
-.06 -39.0
-.57 -55.7
-.71 +34.5
-.20 -2.0
-1.13 -15.1
-.17 -21.2
-.55 -12.2
-2.05 +13.1
-.90 -8.2
+.09 -41.3
-.16 +6.1
-.16 -22.9
-.39- -9.2
-.88 +189.8
-.24 -32.0
+.14 -15.7
+.08 -78.0
-.78 -11.8,
-1.30 +46.1
-.11 -46.7
-.20 -27.2
-.13 -47.7
unc -30.6
-1.16 +33.4
-.37 +22.5
-2.16 +76.1
-1.71 +2.5
-.07 +63.4
+6.20 +144.3
-.43 +27.2
+.07 +40.3
-1.00 -18.6
+.41 +13.1
+.56 -11.9
-.93 -17.8
-.11 -11.1
-.20 +21.2
-.23 -11:4
-.51 +17.5
-1.61 +90.9
-1.22 +18.8
-.55 +16.0
-.62 -22.1
-.55 -21.8
-.41 +39.9


-1 .', ,, .."

21.72 Conmed
11.51 CorinthC
39.48 Costco
5.76 CredSys
20.68 Crep In
2.76 C,l.:..nr,


.46



D


1.14 Daka ...
28.62 Delllnc .
4.31 Dndreon .
-3.50 Dennysn ...
13.51 DiscHIdAn ...
151 Dnbopnnm '..


4.33 D2..l,,ii .10
30.78 -1'.) ../
12.01 EZEM
8.11 EdhUnk .
24.44 EchoStar
2.90 eDlets.com ...
7N70 .C,-. .15f
'16.25 "-..:.r .i ...
2.55 Elclrgls
47.45 ElectArts
6.61 Emdeon .
15.64 EngyConv ...
27.78 EricsnTI .36e
3.74 EvrgrSr ....
18.49 Expedian ..
36.54 ExpScripts ...
4.02 ExtNetw ...
35.04 FifthThird 1.52
.79 Finisar
24.12 FstMert 1.12
36.33 Fisear
8.97 Flextm
3.42 Forward ..
7.95 Foundry ..
7.57 .FmrAir ...


70.68 39.04
6.12 2.24
27.69 11.96
20.32 15,38
77.82 55.15
56.51 30.39
15.20 7.24
446.21172.57
33.06 28.14
88.29 16.18
39.94 32.05
12.40 4.08
40.01 12.31
5.84 1.65
12.61 10.09
15.50 7.63
31.15 23.25
47.79 28.26
29.20 8.56
13.35 9.04
28.84 21.89
5.85 1.90
23.50 13.81
60.59 43.60
26.95 13.69
55.94 37.24


4.' iI
dd ?5
dd :I
20 14
22 18
23 20
... 19
22 23
dd ...
-E-F
'd ...
j3 16
dd
21
54
dd ..
15 13
18 18
44 29
59 42
31 .
11 14
9 13
dd ...
14 ...
cc 28
dd .
44. 39
47 13
25 ..

dd ..,.
.. 18
34 26
48 17
15 13
dd 50
17 14
18 17
27 13
7 ..
37 27
dd 19


G-Hil
Garmin .50 27 22 66.35
Gemstar ... 26 25 2.61
GenesMcr ... cc 18 18.09
Gentexs .36 31 24 19.50
Genzyme ... cc 25 70.78
GileadSci ... 38 26 52.57
Globlind ... 28 13 11.35
Google ... 92 48 414.86
HMNFn .96 12 11 29.50
Hansens ... 37 23 78.81
HarbrFL .80 19 17 37.05
Harmonic ... 54 36 4.85
Hologics ... 61 61 37.92
HomeStore ... dd 38 5.10
HudsCitys.28 27 20 12.12
HumGen ... dd ... 8.56
IACInters ... 14 19 28.31
Imclone ... 42 19 34.24
InPhonic ... dd 7 8.69
IntgDv ... dd 20 13.18
Intel .401 19 15 24.96
Inlellisync .... dd 56 5.16
InterDig ... cc 25 18.32
InllSpdw .06 11 15 47.90
Intersil .20f 49 24 24.88
Inuit .... 27 21 53.30
J-K-L
JDSUniph ... dd 67 2.36
Jellues ... cc 60 15,38
JoyGlbis .301 .. 20 40.00
JnprNlw ... 42 24 22.30
KLATnc .48 23 22 49.33
KnghtCap ..: 8 16 9.89
Komag ... 12 9 34.66
Kronos ... 25 21 41.86
Kulicke ... dd 11 8.84
LKQCp ... 29 24 34.62
LSI nds .481 21 15 15.66



ff". O


+.09 -48.1
-1.22 -28.9
-.34 -49.7
+.01 -1.7
-.27 +0.4
-.20 +336.0
-.11 -16.8
+1.79 +119.4
-.54 +394.5
-1.39 -25.7
+56.8
44 -3.6
-.21 -18.3
+.75 +37.5
+.10 -21.4
-.21 +22.2
-.12 -38.4
-1.06 -15.2
-.22 +3.7
+5.49 +110.9
-.03 +9,2
+,23 +143.7
unc +0.2
-2.45 +119.3
-.10 -27.5
-.82 -20.3
-.19 -8.8
-.63 -9.1
-.56 +7.7
.-.59 -24.5
-1.15 +112.9
+.06 +4.9
+.25 -19.0


-2.22 +9.1
-.16 -55.9
+.12 +11.5
-.33 +5.3
-2.60 +21.9
-1.99 +50.2
-.15 +36.9
-16.07 +115.2
unc -10.6
-6.78 +332.9
-1.81 +7.0
-.08 -41.8
-1.54 +176.1
+.09 +68.3
+.11 +5.5
-.11 -28.8
-.01 -7.7
-.28 -25.7
-.48 -68.4
+.18 +14.0
-1.01 +6.7
-.01 +152.9
+.37 -17.1
+.40 -9.3
-.04 +48.9
-.68 +21.1


-.15 -25.6
+31 -0.6
unc +107.2
unc -18.0
-1.21 +5.9
-.19 -9.7
+.42 +84.6
-1,30' -18.1
-.44 +2.6
-.35 +72.5
-.39 +36.8


y IA1 1;4 LTi ar, I'i i)
43.67 20.52 Lasrscp ... 23 25
3.93 1.55 Leve3 ... dd ..
9.00 2.55. LexarMd ... dd 24
27.35 20:95 LbGlobAs .....
28.38 :) It- i..tI . .. ...i
41.67 j:i' ur.:,ir. a4) 27 23
19.75 11.77 LodgEnt ... dd ..
11.10 2.75 LobkSmtrs... dd
M-N-0
21.64 ni 1, :ll : t i, i.. 22 .
28,31 ': :i rUFI n 37 31
42.90 I: i Meidi i 19 18
60.98 31.07 MarvelT ... 61 32
45.91 33,28 Maiim .501 25 20
15.94 MrAi..ll T ... dd .
6.158 M. 'r M, iiaA ... dd .11
37.58' ? i I.iiiihT,.n ... cc 78
14.35. 6.65 Medarex .. dd
20.89 16.30 .MedAct .. 19 17
49.58 '22.62 Merclnlrf .. 33 17
13.36 7.98 Micrel 50 23-
34.98 24,06 Mlcrochp .64129 22
10.01 3.97 Mcromse ... 30
28.25 23.82 Microsoft .361 22 18
12.43 7.63 MillPhar d ...
2.98 1.14 Mindsped ... dd ..
8.85 4.28 Misonix dd ..
42.03 22.44 MnstrWw .. 52 32
34.13 4.51 MovleGal .091 35 4
49.20 14.03 MullFnEI ... 32 22
32.85 5.21 Myogen ,, d .

15.86 4.15 NGASRS ... cc 33
48.23 23.21 NIIHIdgs ... 41'24
73.50 55.52 NTLne ... 6 .
10.20 2.95 Napsler ... dd
42.31 34.35 Nasd100Tr.14e q 24
45.23 9.16 Nasdaqn.57e 80 36
16.65 9.11 Nastech .. dd..
13.40 9.75 NatAtlHn ...... 7
9.90 1.70 NeoMgcrs... dd ...
15.47 7.16 NeoPharm .. dd ...
3.58 1.37 Net2Phn .. dd
34.98 22.50 NelwkAp ... 41 29
28.00 19.08 NexllPr ... 14 26
35.50 19.50 NobllyH .. 18 16
20.40 8.54 NvllWs .... 22 18
6.01 .70 Novavax ... dd
9.27 4.94 Novell .. 10 42
30.77 20.83 Novlus ... 27 24
10.90 5.58 NuHoz .. 92 31
7.89 ,3.42 NuanceCm ...... 23
44.15 2.59 NulriSys ... cc 31
38.50 20.46 Nvidia ... 26 18
74,95 20.81 OSIPhrm ... dd
4.98 1.21 OmnlEnr .. dd
22.49 11.74 OmniVisn ... 16 12
12.20 3.99 OnAssign : dd 48
6.35 2.88 OnSmcnd .d dd 12
3.90 207 OpenTV dd ...
19.99 11.11 OpnwvSy ... dd 20
7.55 3.90 Opsware .. dd
14.51 11.25 Oracle .. 22 14
14.14 5.35 OraSure ... 68 38
48.61 35.30 Orthfx 9 16
31.95 24.02 OtterTal 1.12 13 16
73.75 28.33 Overstk .. dd .
P-Q-R
11.46 6.20 PMCSra .. 64 21
29.05 20.33 PacSunwr... 16 13
37.18 20.75 Palmin .. 5 18
7.30 4.73 ParmTc ..20 15
36.79 17.15 PatUTI .16 20 9
43.37 28.60 Paychex .641 34 29
45.27 22.24 PetDvlf ...... 11
36.19 21.13 PetsMart .12 22 18
58.23 40.80 Pixars .. 36 47
8.20 4.84 PlugPower .. dd ...
23.99 13.97 Polycom ... 25 17
31.95 15,.59 PortlPlay ... 17 18
13.92 6.64 Powrwav .. dd 17
13.74 7.05 Prestek ... cc 17


YTD 52-Wk
chg %chg Hi Low


-.11 *
-.74 -i"
-.65 .
-o' 'vii

.14 : :
-1.26 ,* .
hIr. Aii

- -'':1
-46 *
-.82 +20.9
-.04 +78.2
-.49 -2.1
-.53 -20.1
une -15.5
-.24 -33.3
-.02 +21.3
+.04 -70.6
--7 F ,iF. I

-.02 -76.9
-.35 +129.5
-1.69 +84.1
+.37 -6.7
+.24 -62.4


+.63 -7.3
+,36 +39.2
+2.84 -13.7
+.03 -40.0
-1.02 -18.7
+.12 +43.0
+.22 +15.1"
-.49 -37.6
-.33 +18.1
-.27 +30.8
-.17 -1 ',
-.12 .-r .
.+.13 A": I
-3.90+1163.9
-.98 +55.2
+.63 -62.5
+.44 n897
-.38 .If
+.19 +110.2
-.16 +21.8
-.01 -41.7
+.09 +13.0
-.31 -7.5
-.13 -11.0
-.20 +31.3
-.08 +2.1
-.53 +13.5
-5.49 -59.2


Name Div PEPPE Last


27.00 14.09 ProgPh ... dd ... 25.01 ; .4
30.79 13.79 ProlDsg ... dd 76 28.42 -1.40 +31.6
17.30 5.97 OLT ....... 9 6.36 +.30 -60.4
FA.. ;".va Ol:,4. ... 17 21 3251 -.27 -11.5
4k,.. i.i, ui,..orm .36 34 28 43.08 -1.31 i I
. ),j. 'uel ..; ... ... +.08 -'., '1
151?" .;. ,ui.eI .. dd 24 1 '' 't ilj i
".t -- Io:m : r1.1 ... dd 21 5.41 :1. i -;,'i'
"': i.j, i. ri' .i .. 40 28.48 +1.34+133.4
:' i' Rambus .. 64 16.19 -.40 -29.6
9'1A 4r liiIJ v7:7 7 -f -.34 +17.2
ir ,W f: H.ie1l 80 '.'. ;': -72 +104.2
., -ia,[ ddd 67 14.06 +.15+162.3
S. ,,, dd ... 15.90 +2.14 +72.6
4.45 in ripl,,, or 4.00 +.81 +38.9
O- r'i 'i.,U..i., -Ul ii i" 11.90 -.23 -14 '
Ah 44 1.'11)' RschMotn .., 39 21 66.01 -1.32 -'1''0
i): 4 RossStrs 7f 24 17 28.90 -.72 .i'1
I:. r;i : r ,,,.,] :1 62 48 34.73 +1,13 .*' i

S-T-U
45.73 I i f: iiil ,. 10 9 .16.01 -.76 -59.5
.65.44 :-.'. SnDisk e 27 1 8?. -.22+151.6
n'R . i.' j-l 12 i -.15 -49.7
1; I :,,' 'I....,- .101 33 20 irl', -.33 +22.7
"r7 Ai Ii SearsHidgs ... 27 15 115,53 -4.31 +16.8
59.28 41.75 Selctln .881 11 12 53.10 -1.65 +20.0
22.05 13.89 Semtech ... 33 24 18.26 -:67 -16.4
66.55 48.58 Sepracor ... dd 39 51.60 -2.18 -13.1
45.40 14.80 i..i.. ... 13 15.24 -,57 -64.1
10.68 8.10 I'l:it- ,; .10 cc 42 10.57 +.02 +0.8
11.85 3.81 1'., ..,... 83 10.76 -.59 +80.8
45.50 ln. i IT aTel ... 10 15 13.10 -.11 -63.1
6.14 z : .1 ... dd 33 5.07 -.19 -14.8
7.43 3.07 Slcnware .12r ... 11 6.94 -.01 +82.8
O 4 4.36 SidusS ... dd ... 6.70 -.13 -12.1
6,< 4.64 SkywksSol ... 32 18 5.09. -.20 -46.0
I61i1 9.06 SmudStne ... dd 78 14.17 +.46 -24.1
t : 3.16 Sonus .. 74 27 3.72 +.02 -35.1
i,.1 :1 *;..,lr .36 cc ... 14.70 un -20.5
1 ]: 1. i ,ir i r .,. dd ... 7.90 -.61 +26.0
24.14 1864 Stapless .17 21 18 22.71 -.69 +1.1
32.46 .2' Starbuckss ... 49 43 30.01 -.55 -3.8
6.77 2.59 StemCells ... dd ... 3.45 -.35 -18.4
F.. 3.42 SunMicro ... cc ... 4.19 -.17 -22.3
: :',20.50 SusqBnc .961 16 13 23.68, -.84 -5.1
5.05 3.18 Sycamore ... dd 40 4.32 -.38 *+6.4
26.60 16.32 Symantec .. 39 15 17.50 +.24 -32.1
12.00 .5. a,r.el: ... 27 20 8.47 -.09 -12.8
46.91 .r' ..('. ,o. ... 24 14 31.75-10.84 +3.8
11.89 !,:.,. .. cc .. 10.03 -.44 -7.2
25.28 13.25 THQs .. 21 24 23.85 +.66 +56.0
s;on irV T il.T0,:s ... .. 14 17.70 +:06 -23.7
),45 ll TArER ... 77 46 6Q6 -.69 -78.0
i .1 T,,r..r ,i, ... 43 15 nI i -.60 -12.8
i 'i T, i ... dd ... .57 -.01 -65.0
:i 6 1: Ii T.,..i1.l ..... 24 23.82 +.38 +35.5
11.49 6.56 Tellabs ... dd 19 10.90 -.33 +26.9
45.91 26.78 TevaPhrm.27e 26 ... 43.01 -1.82 +44.0
4.30 2.96 3Com ...dd... 3.60 -.19 -13.7
13.50 5.60 TibcoSt ... 28 25 7.47 -.34 -44.0
7.75 3.45 TiVoInc ...dd ... 5.12 -.26 -12.8
21.38 7.28 TridMics .. 28 18.00 -.46+115.3
44.55 26.64 TrimbleN .. 26 21 35.49 +.93 +7.4
5.10 2.88 TriQuint .. dd 57 4.45 +.07 unc
14.08 10.73 TrslNY .641 16 15 12.42 -.43 -9.9
31.71 24,00 Trustmk .841 15 13 27.47 -.58 -11.6
22.70 5.19 UTStrcm ...dd .. 8.06 -.12 -63.6
40.00 21.08 UndArmrn ...... 69 38.31 +7.09 +51.4
8.07 2.64 US Enr dd ... 4.38 -.20 +48.0
61.69 37.03 UnivFor .11f 18 15 55.25 -1.74 +27.3
33.77 18.93 UrbanOuts ... 34 25 25.31 -.73 +14.0
V-W-X-Y-Z
20.26 9.01 ValueClick ... 37 31 18.11 -.71 +35.9
34.59 19.01 Verisign ... 23 19 21.90 -.16 -34.8
29.24 8.61 VertxPh .. dd ... 27.67 -1.12 +161.8
24.36 1.67 ViroPhrm ... 19 17 18.50 -1.30 +469.2
3.63 1.50 Vitesse ... dd ... 1.92 -.14 -45.6
7.04 1.66 WeSeal ... dd 14 4.44 -.02 +95.6
79.90 44.14 WholeFds.60a 76 52 77.39 +.80 +62.3
40.64 26.16 XMSat ... dd ... 27.28 -1.82 -27.5
32.30 21.25 Xilinx .28 31 22 25.21 -.67 -15.0
43.45 30.30 Yahoo ... 36 52 39.18 -1.45 +4.0
3.81 1.80 ZhoneTch ... dd 29 2.12 +.04 -18.1


YTD 52-LWk
cng '.chg HI Low llame Di PEPPE Las5


r ni t.4 ,: 4. 2
dl5 14 *'r.r'iri B
?? 80' 1500 AdmRsc .37f 9
Si, 3.03 ADDnltgT ... 14
". 1.75 AmOrBion .. ...
3.85 2.10 AvanirPh ... dd
3:19 1.70 BemaGold ... dd
212.25131.03 BlotechT .05e q
8.50 1.40 BirchMtgn ......
2.85 1.51 Camblorg ......
A1 ,' 3.50 CanoPetn ...
_:1 6 15.00 CaverBcp .32 14
6.75 5.10 CFCdag .01 q
43.28 24.90 Chenieres ... dd
13.60 8.65 ComSys .321 24
. ,: n n.i, li ..

I i', ,"1' 4 lia r c n,, T." :i q

i' '1 I ,..I.,, 1l 42
I'i ",' r:. '*.' E','LIll:,jiI':I q
5.38 2,02 EldorGIdg ... dd
8.25 6.05 Elswth .31e q
5.69 2.94 Endvrn ......
16.34 12.92 i ..lir: / 1 q
14.09 12.42 : I.0 4j3 q


... 22.84.
.. 6.15
... 4.41
... 3.44
2.91
...200.77
7.17
25 2.79
7.70
... 15.40
6.81
37.22
..: 12.28
2.16
10 4.47
... 106.95
19 2.47
28 8.40
16.08
61 4.90
... 7.80
... 3.30
12.87
... 13.90


YnD 52-Wk
cng 'rchg HI Low Name DIv PEP
iun. -1l' Ir u I 1, 1 PUIIl. 11i 17
*- *i. 4 7.95 2.85 GascoEngy.....
+.14 +29.5 14.09 .77 GeoGlobal ..
-.25 +11.8 4.34 1.14 GlobeTeln ...
-.13 +138.4 4.25 2.10 GoldStrg ......
-.09 +0.9 8.60 4.59 GreyWof ... 19
unc -4.6 6.99 1.06 HomeSol ... 24
-4.01 +31.3 19.80 16.12 iShAsta .67e q
-.33 +258.5 36.92 22.58 iShMexico.48e q
unc +4.5 Ii 'i '' :I ,ir, L u.il.]4 r ni'n q
-.23 +69.6 ii.r.:, i r ..rE" ii '. ,t. q
+.36 -23.0 '-. n' : r ., I;r.i. A i.: q
+42 +24.5 87.49 d2.15 iSh7-10TB3.25e q
-.38 +16.9 81.59 80.03 iShl-3TB2.45e q
+.30 +2.2 60.95, 'i i- ;ThEAFE 'i II; ,j
+.06 -39.8 64.64 V 1 ,1ir,,'1i:.,:'.,I qi
-.43 -76.5 80.45 62.30 iShNqBio ... q.
-1.80 -0.5 77.53 61.11 iShC&SRIts3.05eq
+.10 +49.7 70.93 63.41' 'i.l',r i i. q
-.35 +171.0 i1 '. ,r.i.ii.i. ':
+.16 -14.6 i.l," ** 7, I.Arf iiiri.i'I ieq
-.09 +66.1 i J r. i:r-,,'."i qV
+.19 -3.5 69.16 56.55 iShRs2000s.88e q
-.38 -21.2 18.99 2.32 InfoSonic ... 51
-.09 -20.3 4.52 1 9 InllgSys ... dd
-.07 +1.8 32,49 I.1i IvaxCorp ... 44


YTD
'PE Last 'chg %chg


93 6.53
... 12.77
... 3.68
38 2.64
10 7.73
10 4.48
... 18.81
... 35.71
... 100.59
.. 88.25
..91.90
83.91
... 80.21
.. 59.43
.. 60.97
... 77.24
74.84
69.03
61.01
..65.93
.69.66
.. 66.72
29 16.24
. 2.14
22 31.33


-.50 +53.3
-.20+1216.5
+.97 -6.1
+.21 -34.2
-.26 +46.7
.34 +185.4
+.19 +12.6
-.13 +41.9
+.10 -1.8
-.79 +31.2
+.49 +3.8
+.28 -1.2
+.02 -1.5
-.37 +11.3
-1.59 +13.3
-1.75 +2.4
-.88 +9.8
-1.12 +4.0
-1.09 +3.8
-1.24 +2.5
-1.65 +3.5
-1.41 +3.0
+.29 +353.6
+.03 +5.9
-.74 +98.0


I M AN A


Foreign Exchange
Value/PrevVelue Todays$1Prev$
Country name Currency In dollars value In currency


Argent Peso .3300 .3310
Australia Dollar .7334 .7320
Brazil Real .4280 .4304
Britain Pound 1.7203 1.7240
Canada Dollar .8599 .8588
Chile Peso .001943 .001943
China Yuan .1239 .1239
Colombia Peso .000438 .000438
Czech Rep Koruna .0407 .0408
Denmark Krone .1584 .1587
Dominican Rep Peso .0293 .0293
Egypt Pound .1743 .1745
Euro Euro 1.1835 1.1847
Hong Kong Dollar' .1290 .1290
Hungary Forint .0047 .0047
India Rupee .0222 .0221
Indnsia Ruplah .000102 .000102
Israel Shekel .2175 .2183
Japan Yen .008480 i.*,'i.
Jordan Dinar 1.4114 ,i r:
Kuwait Dinar 3.4235 3.4282
Lebanon Pound .000665 .000665
Malaysia Ringgit .2646 '.2646
Mexico Peso .094277 .093950
N. Zealand Dollar .6818 :6822
Norway Krone .1481 .1475
Pakistan Rupee .0168 .0168
Peru NewSol .2917 .2915
Philpins Peso .0188 .0188
Poland Zloty .3077 .3067
Russia Ruble .0362 .0362
SDR SDR 1.42927 1.42910
Saudi Arab Riyal .2666 .2666
Singapore Dollar .6014 .6006
Slovak Rep Koruna .0313 '.oi
So, Alrica Rand .1582 r:,e.
So. Korea Won .000993 .000987
Sweden Krona .1258 .1257
Swilzerind Franc .7611 .7616
Taiwan Dollar .0305 .0304
Thailand Baht .02438 .02439
U.A.E. Dirham .2723 .2723
Uruguay New Peso .0422 .0422
Venzuel Bolivar .000466 .000466


3.0300 3.0210
1.3635 1.3661
2.3365 2.3235
.5813 .5800
1.1629 1.1644
514.75 514.75
8.0697 8.0704
2285.05 2285.05
24.59 24.52
6.3115 6.3028
34.09 34.08
5.7388 5.7300
.8450 .8441
7.7536 7.7529
213.40 213.05.
44.970 45.160
9815.00 9825.00
4.5980 4.5800
117.92 117.76
.7085 .7095
.2921 .2917
1504.00 1504.00
3.7790 3.7793
10.6070 10.6440
1.4667 1.4658
6.7506 6.7777
59.65 59.65
3.428 3.431
53.07 53.07
3.25 3.26
27.5930 27.5930
.6997 .6997
3.7503 3.7503
1.6627 1.6649
31.98 31.97
6.3201 6.3051
1007.50 1013.30
7.9514 7.9559
1.3139 1.3131
32.80 32.90
41.01 41.00
3.6730 3.6728
23.7000 23.7000
2147.30 2147.30


Spot Metals

NEW YORK (AP)_ Spot nonerrous metal prices Friday.
Aluminum -103.9 cents per lb., London Metal Exch. Fri.
Copper- 223.00 cents Cathode full plate, U.S. destinaons.
Copper 216.15 cents per b., N.Y. Merespot Fri.
Lead $1088.00 per metric ton, London Metal Exch.
Zinc 89.58-90.08 cents lb., delivered.
Gold -$516.00 Handy Harman (only daily quote).
Gold -$517.10 troy oz., NY Mercspot Fi.
Silver $8.910 Handy & Harman (only daily quote).
Silver $8.820 troy oz., N.Y. Mere spot Fri.
Mercury -$70.00 per 76 Ib flask, N.Y.
Plainum -$967.00 troy oz., N.Y. (contract).
Platnum $973.00 troy oz., N.Y. Merc spot Fri.
n.q.-not quoted, n.a-not available r-revised

Money Rates
Today


Prime Rate
Discount Rate Primary
Fed Funds close
T-Bills:
3-month
6-month
T-Bill, annualized, adjusted for
constant maturity:
1-year
T-Notes:
1-year
2-year
5-year
10-year
T-Bond:
30-year
Libor:
3-month
6-month
FHLB Cost of Funds, 11th District:
Eff. Nov. 30
FNMA 30-year mortgage commitment:
30-days
Money market fund:
Merrill Lynch Ready Assets:
30-day avg yld:


7.25
5.25
4.0625

3.99
4.22


4.70 4,70

3.074 3.074

6.09 6.10


S3.49 3.44


2D c,. qT -,-IANTa no,,A., 1 2 6


CITRUS CouNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


.4v NUNAYJAUARY 1YV~~ ZUUO


I


I


.... ......


INEE













RTIC US COUNTY (FL E


MUTUAL


SUNDAY, JANUARY 1, 2006 3D


IMIM VN YIIMMA 3C


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
AARPInvst:
CapGrr 47.05 -.93 +8.3
GNMA 14.88 ... +2.9
Glbal 30.35 -.13 +23.2
Grwino 21.83 -.34 +5.8
Inl 50.40 -.19 +15.9
MgdMunin 9.13 +.0 3.9
PathwayCnsVxll.84 -.19 +4.7
PalhwyGrox 13.57 -.47 +6.0
ShlTetmBd 9.94 ... +1.6
SmCoStkn 22.52 -.46 +2.7
ABN AMRO Funds:
GnwthN 22.29 -.35 +0.8
M&CGroN 23.60 -.44 +5.1
AIM Investments A:
Agrisp 10.99 -.15 +5.5
Basklalp 12.25 -.08 +4.9
BaslcValAp 4.22 -.38 +5.4
BIChlpAp 12.04 -.21 +3.0
CapDeap 17.54 -.23 +9.5
Chart p 13.32 -.16 +4.9
Consll p 24.77 -.45 +8.4
HYldAp 4.36 ... +2.4
IntGrow 23.48 +.03 +17.6
MdCpCrEqp 28.57 -.29 -+7.4
MuBp 8.08 +.01 +3.5
PremEqty 10.39 -.14 +5.1
RealEstp 27.89 -.14 +14.4
SelEqtyr 18.55 -.25 +5.0
SmCpGrAp 27.51 -.53 +7.9
WeingAp 13.95 -.24 +6.8
AIM Investments B:
easlcValBt 32.09 -.36 +4.7
CapDeVBt 16.09 -.22 8.6
PremEqty 9.57 -13 +4.4
AIM Investor CI:
DivrsDMdp 12.41 -.18 NS
Dynaoc 18.21 -.23 +10.4
Energy 40.52 -.79 +54.3
GlUHltCrp 30.13 -.39 NS
SmCoGrl p 13.26 -.17 +5.3
SummitPp 12.02 -.17 +11.4
Tech 25.90 -.54 +1.8
UtIites 13.81 -16 +16.6
AMF Funds: .
AdMtgnx 9.69 ... +2.2
Advance Capital I:
Balancednpx 17.92 -.70 +4.9
Rellnan 9.85 -.01 +2.5
Alger American:
Growth 39.25 -.77 +11.8
Alger Funds B:
SmCapGrt 5.04 -06 +15.1
Alger FundsInstl:
MIdCpGrl 16.72 -.29 +10.2
AllianceBem A:
"AmGvlncA 7.69 ... +10.1
BalanAp :16.63 -.17 +3.9
GblTechA p 59.84 -1.09 +5.0
GrolncAp 3.84 -.06 +3.5
GmwthAp 37.69 -.64 +11.4
llValAp 17.86 -.17 +16.7
LgCapGrAp 20.82 -.40 +13.8
.SmCapGrA 24.47 -.30 +4.7
AllianceBem Adv:
LgCapGrAd 21.51 -.42 +14.2
AillanceBem B:
AmGvlncB' 7.68 ... +9.2
CorpBdBp 11.93 :.. +1.1
GlerechBt 53.85 -.99 +4.2
GrncBp '3.78 -.05 +2.9
GrowthBt 26.06 -.45 +10.6
LgCpGrBl 18.73 -.37 +13.0
SmCpGrBtI 20.53 -.25 +3.8
USGovtB p 6.94 ... +1.7
AllianceBem C:
SmCapGrCt 20.59 -.25 +3.9
AllanceBem rn:
ReElnvll 14.00 -.13 +11.8
Alllanz Funds A:
vCp.'A 2X i -.45 +10.3
RenaisA t 21:44 -.25 -3.6
ValueA ( 15.72 -.21 +2.7
Allanz Funds B:
RenasB 19.77 -.23 +4.3
AIllanz Funds C:
RenalstC 19.61 -.24 -4.3
GwthCt 18.72 -.32 +4.6
TargaeC 16.73 -.25 .+4.:4
Amer Beacon AMR:
LgCapAmr 20.56 -.26. +10.2
Amer Beacon Instl:
IntEln's 20.76 -.07 +10.9
Smiaplas 20.40 --.23 +5.7
Amer Beacon Plan:
SmCpPlan 20.03 -.23- 45+.4
Amer Century Adv:-
EqGropx- 23.35 -.44 -+6.9
Eqtylncnpx 7.82 -.12 +2.2
Amer Century Ins:
Ultra 30.41 -.59 +2.1
Amer Century Inv:
Balanced nx.16.09 .-.25 -+4.9
EqGrolnvnx 23.37 -.44 +7.2.
Eqlnconx 7.82 -.13 +2.5
GNMAI n 10.26 -.01 +2.9
Gifln 18.59 -.23 +22.1
Gmwthln" 20:58 -.36 +4.6
Heritageln 14.40 -.18 +22.2
IncGronx.- 30.33 -.67 +4.7
Intlndx 13.03 -.26 ..-8.6
IntDscnr 14.61 +.12 +31.9
IntlGroln 10.09 ... +13.1
LgComValx- 6.50 -.13. +4.2
LifeSd n 5.37 -.07 +8.3
r,.p(.(. -, -~ -.13 +6.8
,', I.r.p .),i', 1 4 -.10 +8.5.
RealEstllnx 25.45 -.36 15.8
Seleclln 38.15 -.64 +0.7
SGovn 9,37 .... +1.6
: ".v. j -.12 *

- SModnx 6.74 -.08' l
Ultran 30.09: -5. .i
Ui n 19.40 13 .i
Valuelnvnx 6.95 -.10 +5.0
Vsta n 1.1 -.2 ,8 +8.9
American Funds A:
.,.F4,, II_ Ir +B6.
er.Mun(. : -.27. +4.8
BelApx. 17.82' -.62 +3.0
BondEdAp -13.22 .." +1.8
: ue ll 6 -.02 + -3.1
.,: 4.iL.']A. L3 -:18 .+4.4
S.ij p 'T -.06 +14.6
Eui... ', 41110 -2.00 +21:0.
F....s-s.A. )4.i) -.68 +11.6
GovtAp 13.49 -.01 +2.4
GwthFdAp 30.86. -.29 +14.2.
Hi T.-; 'T211 -.03 ,+3.3
-n,'.'.r.161,' 15.56 +.01 +4.7
IncoFdAp 18.11 -.11 +3.0
IntBdAp 1345 -.01' +1.7
InvCoAA 31.36 -.30 +6.7
LtdTEBdAp 15.25 4.01 +1.6
NwEconApx 23.44 -.33 +12.2
NewPerAp2 28.63 -2.33 +11.0
NewWoddAx38.70 -.58 +22.4
SmCpWApx 35.27' -1.12 +16.6
TaxExplAp. 12.45 +.02 +3.4
TxExCAAp 16.69 +.03 +3.9
WshMutAp 30.84 --.42 +3.4
AmericanFunds B:
AmcapB 18.50 -.18 +6.1
BalanBIx 17.77 -.59 +2.2
BondB 13,22 .. +1.0
CaplnBldBt 53.03 -.18 +3.5
CapWGrBt 36.42 -.06 +13.7
EurpacB t 40.72 -1.75 +20.1
FundlnvBtx 35.33 -.62 +10.86
GrowtiBt 29.95 -.29 +13.3
IncomeBt 18.01..-11 +2.2
ICABt 31.24 -.31 +5.9
NewPersptx 28.24 -2.12 +10.2
WashB t 30.68 .-.42 +2.6
AmerisakMF 38.51 -.59 -3.1
Adel Mutual Fdsi"
Apprex 46.72 ,-.61 -+2.9
Arielnx 50.07 -.44 -+0.9
Artisan Funds:
Intl 25.31 -.12 +16.3
MIdCap 30.92 -.38 +9.1
MIdCapValx 18.75 -.13 '+15.5
SmlCap 17.36 -.21 +6.6
SmCdpVal 17.25 -.25 +11.0
Baron Funds:..
Assetn 56.29 -.52 +124
Growth 45.40 -.43 +5.4
Partersp 18.43 -.19 +14.4
SmlCap 23.17 .-.15 +8.3
Bernstein Fds:
IntDur 13.17-. -:01 -+2.6
CaMU 14.16 +.01 +1:6
DivMun 14.01 +.01 +1.5
NYMun 13.856 +.01 +1.7
TxMgdlntVI 24.06 -12 +14.2
InlVal2 24.03 -.13 +14.5
EmgMkIs 35.08 +.09 +29.5
BlackRockA:
Aurora A 34.19 -.38 +2.8
GIResAx 66.22 -1.32 +57.8
HiYdlnvA 7.86 '... +3.5
LegacyAp 14.48 -.26 +6.2
BlackRock Fds Birk:
CoreBIrk 9.53 -.01 +2.5
Bramwell Funds:
GrowthFdp 19.10 -.31 +4.8
Brandywine Fds:
BlueFd 29.58 -.51 NA
Brandywine n 31.09 -.50 NA
Brinson FundsY:
HighYldY n 6.94 +.02 +0.7-
Buffalo Funds:
SmlCap 25.44 -41 +3.3
CGM Funds:
CapDev ne 28.51 -7.05 +25.7
FocusFd nx 33.41 -3.68 +26.0.
Mutinx 27.89 -1.26 +15.2
Realty nx 27.19 -10.26 +27.6
CRM Funds:
MkiCapVall 27.03 -.26 +7.8
Calamos Funds:
Gr&lncCtx 31.02 -.62 +7.1
GthnlncApx 30.83 -.67 +8.0
GrowthAp 55.06 -1.18 +8.3
GrowhBt. 56.67 -1.23. +7.4
GrowthCI 52.57 -1.13.. +7.5
Calvert Group: .
Incopx .16.76 -.06 +3.7
IntlEqApx 20.94 -.24 +10.9
MuBdCAI X 10.27 -.02 +0.9
Munlntx 10.69 -.02 +1.9


SocialApx 28.57 -.39 +5.2
SocBdpx 15.85 -.05 .+4.7
SocEqA p 35.30 -.65 +4.0
TxFltdnx 10.57 -.02 +2.2
TxFLngpx 16.54 ... .+4.3
TxFVTx 15.64 -.01 +2.2
Causeway ntl:.
Institulonal 16.59 -.05 +7.9
Inveslorr --1652. -.05 *+7.6
CtlStreet Funds:
i'.l r.a .11,68 ... +2.2
L.:,...> 12.29 -.21. +6.5
Clipper 15 -1.56 -0.2
Cohen & Stes:
InsllRltyn 45.56 -.33 +14.8
RtyShrsn 72.59 -.53 +15.0
Columbia Class A:
Acom I 27.57 -.28 +12.8
FocusEqAt 20.23 -.31 +9.2
InUValueA r 22.56 -.07 +10.3
LgCapValuA 13.80 -.19 +8.8
MarsGroAt 18.61 -.29 +5.5
TxExAp 13,62 +.04 +4.2
Columbia Class B:
AcomrI 26.61 -.27 +11.8.
Columbia Class C: -
Acomt '26.58 -.27 +11.7
ToIReBdCIC 9.73 -.01 +2.1


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
Columbia Class Z:
AcomZ 28.17 -.28 +12.9
AcommlZ 33.44 +.11 +21.7
AcomUSA 27.03 -.35 +127
ConHiYdZ 8.49 ... +27
ConSecZ 17.07 -.13 +3.5
CoreBondZ 10.64 -.01 +2.2
FocusEqZt 20.55 -.31 +9.4
IntmSdZn 8.69 ... +2.5
InlmTEBdn 10.36 +01 +21
IntEqZ 15.15 ... +14.2
IntStkZn 16.85 -.09 +13.3
In8ValZ 22.64 -.08 +10.6
IntmCorBdx 9.41 -.03 +1.4
LgCapCoreZ 12861 -.19 +6.1
LgCapGwth 21.96 -.40 +5.1
LgCapldxZ 24.14 -.38 +4.7
LgCapValZ 13.82 -.18 +9.1
marsGrPrZ 19.08 -.29 +5.8
MarlnOppZr 13.48 .+.07 +20.1
MidCapGrZ 23.78 -.35 +16.4
MidCpldxZ 11.62 -.16 +123
MdCpValp 13.97 -.15 +15.2.
STInoZ 9.77 ... +2.0
SmCpCoreZ 18.4 -.23 +6.3
Sm]CapldxZn 20.70 -.37 +7.4
Columbia Funds:
ReEsEqZ 24.57 -.18 +7.2
CG Cap Mkt Fds:
InllEq 1202' -.03 +16.2
LgGm 13.39 -.25 +8.6
LgValn 11.16 -.15 +6.9
Davis Funds A:
NWenA 33.70 -.48 +10.6
Deavs Funds B:
NYVen B 32.33 -.46 +9.7
Davis Funds C &Y:
NYVenY 34.07 -.48 +10.9
NVenC 32.53 -.47 +9.7
Delaware Invest A:
LgCapValA 17.69 -.22 +2.8
TrendAp 22.26 -.35 +4.7
TxUSAp 11.52 +.02 +4.0
Delaware Invest B:
DelchB. 3.25 +.01 +3.0
SelGrBt 24.24 -.45 +16.3
Del-Pooled Tust:
IntlEq 20.57 -.07 +13.0
Dimensional Fds:
EmrgMktVal 23.86 +.27 NA
IntSmVa n 17.74 +.03 NA
TM USSi 22.93 -.36 +7.6
USLgCon 36.57 -.59 +4.7
USLgVan 21.75 -21 +10.1
USLgVa3n 16.73 -.17 +10.2
USMicro, 14.77 -.21 +5.7
US Smalln 19.48 34. .+5.9
USSmVal 26.52 -.32 +7.9
InllSmCo n 16.35 +.05 NA
EngMktn 20.80 +.05 NA
Fixd i 10.10 +:01 +2.3
InlVan 18.05 -.09 NA
.GlbFxfln 10.21 +.01 +1.8
LrgCaplntn 19.86 -.072 NA
TM USSV 23.45 -.32 +6.2
'TM InValue 15.97 -.08 NA
TMMktwdeV 15.24 -.17 +13.1
TMUSEq 13.19 -.2 +6.2
2YGIFxd n 9.78 +.01 +1.9
DFARIEstn 25.00 -.31 +12.9"
Diversifd Inv Fds:
SCoreBond 12.34 ... +2.0
EqGrowp 20.3 -.34 +6.3
Val&lnc 23.69 -.28 +8.2
Dodge&Cox:
Balancednx 81.34 -2.22 +6.:
IncmeFdx 12.54 -.15 +2.1
Inll Stkx 35.03 -.93 +16.7
Stock x .137.22 -4.59 +9.2
Domini Soc Inv:
SocialEqn 2.9 -.52 +1.9
Dreyfus:
Aprec x 39.75 -1.17 +4.0
BasicS&P x 25.91 -.54 +4.6
DIscp 33.73 -.44 +6.1
Dreyfus 10.28 -.15 +5.2
DreyMid x 27.94 -1.82 +11.9
DreySO0ntIx 36.35 -1.07 +4.3
EmgL6ad 41.41 -.58 +9.0
FLIntr 13.07 +.01 +1.5
GNMApx -14.44 -.05 +2.7
Grlncn 15.73 -.21 +3.1
InsMun-t 17.84 -.04 +3.0
Intermnr 13.34 +.02 +2.2
MidcVr. 31.69 -.27 +7.6
MuniBdr 11.82 +.02 +4.0
NYTaxr 14.75 +.03 +3.1
SWalAr 28.6i1 -.33 +8.2
Dreyfus Founders:
GrowthB 10.48 -.17 +3.1
GrowtsFnpx 10.97 -.23 +3.9
Dreyfus Premier:
CainxExBdZ 14.81 +.03 +4.3
CoreEqAt 1480. -.25 +28
CoreVInvpx 31.38 -.74 +5.0
EmigMktAx 21.62 -2.94 +26.1
UdHYIdAp 7.243 +.0 +2.2
.NwLdrsn 47,02 -.51 +14.4
-TaxMgdGC 15.79' -26 +2.6
TechG1aA 23.92 -.51 +3.7
TechGrowR ... +4.2
Eaton Vance Adv:
FlgRate t 9.87 ... +4.4
Eaton Vance CI A:
TMG1.0 546.871 -7.90 +4.5
ChlnaAp 15.51 +.06 +14.3
FoalRale. 10.21 .. +4.4
GowrA 7.63 -.09 +2.1
HIthSc4Ap 11:48 -.17 +7.4
In3BosA ,.6.322 .,... +3.6
Li-l.'l .18.42 -.25 +11.4
rMl,,,', "11 td ,+.05 +7.7
AiEAt. 11 13.4 -.17 !+7.0
.r..1 I 23.31' -.34 +4.1
P.jr. i 10.71 +.04 ,+5.3
TradGvtA-- 7.31 -.01 +2.4
Eaton Vance CI B:
CLPfI.EI I il *+.01 +4.64
HlthSdBt 12.10 -.19 +6.6
NallMunBt 11.34 +.05 +7.0
STMo1.1It 2217 -.33 +3.3
Eaton Vance Cl C:
FIatRIt 9.86 ... +3.6
GovtCp :7.31 ... +1.8
-NallMCt 11.34 +.04 +7.0
Enterprise Cl A:
Ci..r.An. i- : -.32 +4.7
Evergreen A:-
A;L011Ai 4 14.09 -.41 +7.9
,. in' 8.70 -.10 +4.7
FdLgCpA 23.15 -.38 +7.5
SpValuAp 26.76 -.41 +10.5
Evergreen B:
rllrl ,' 13.95 -.31 +7.2
:.r.iy1 14.58 -.01 NS
MuniBondBt 7.48 +.01 +3.1
Evergreen C:
.lrol,'-, i 9.26 -.01 +1.4
V aIn.C L 13.71 -.32 +7.2
Evergreen I:
CoreBdl 10.46 -.01 .2.5
AdjRatel 9.26 -.01 +2.4
h'.ii n,.', 10.61 -.04 -7.8
in.."tEi.l 9.79 -.04 +15.8
LgCapEqt4x 15.82 -.26 +7.3
ShIlntiBd 6.97 -.01 +1.7
SIMunil 9.94 ... +1.4
Special 26.90 -.41 +10.6
StLrol x 27.91 -.52 +6.9
Excelsior Funds:
Energy 24.03 -.51 +46.0
HiYieldnpx 4.52 +.01 +0.9
ValRestrnx 46.18 -.59 +10.0
FAM Funds:
Value nx 48.00 -1.65 +5.5
FBR Funds:
SmallCap -42.06 -.19 +2.3
FMI Funds:
Focus ne 32.50. -.77 NA
FPA Funds:
Capit 42.88 -.34 +16.5
Newlnc 10.64 +.02 +1.5
FPACres n 25.17 -.10 +10.8
Falrholme 25.19 -.15 +13.5
Federated A:
AmLdrA 23.47 -.33 +4.7
CapAppA 25.08. -.57 +1.8
MIdGrSIA 34:14 -.55 +12.9
KaulmAp+ 5.60 -.03 +10.8
MklOppApx. 12.70 -.01 +5.1
MdinScA 1.657 +.202 +3.4
Federated B:'
KaulmnBp 5.45 -.03 +10.1
StdIrncBx 8.80 -.03 +2.3
Federated C:
MktOppCx 1261 ... +4.2
Federated InstI:
Kaufman 5.60 -.03 +10.6
MidCapx 22.16 -.41 +11.6
SlockTrx 31.25 -.50 +5.0
Fidelity Adv FocT:
HIICarT 23.47 -.42 +15.6
NalResT 40.53 -.56 +45.8
Fidelity Advisor A:
DIvrlnAr 21.10 +.02 +19.0
EqGrAt 47.98 -.85 +5.2
EqlncAp 27.99 -.39 +6.3
MidCapAp 24.04 -.23 +.3
Nwlnsghtp. 16.65 -.20 +16.6
Fidelity Advisor B:
MidCpBnp' 23.29- -.22 +7.4
Fidelity Advisor C:
DvlalCnt l 20.43 +.02 +18.1
NwAlnghtstn 16.37 -.20 +17,9
Fidelity Advisor I:
Divlnl n 21.37 +.02 +19.3
DIvGrthl 1224 -.18 +3:5
EqGrIn 50.81 -.89 +5.6
Eqlnl 28.68 -.39 +6.7
Intdl nx 10.85 -.04 +1.8
Fidelity AdvisorT:
BalancT 15.92 -.14 +5.0
DIvlntlTp 20.91 +.02 +18.7
DMvrthTp 1207 -.18 +2.9
DynCapAppTp16.23 -.25 +20.8
EqGrTp 48.08 -.85 +5.0
EqInT 28.34 -.39 +6.1
GovlnTx. 9.96 -.03 +2.2
GrOppT 33.11 -.68 +6.3
HilncAdvTpx 9.76 -.10 +4.6
InltdTX 10.84 -.03 +1.6


MidCapTp 24.27 -.22 +8.1
MunilncT p 1293 +.02 +3.5
Nwlnsghtsp 16.57 -.21 +18.5
OwseaT 19.83 +.02 +14.3
STFITx 9.39 -.02 +1.7
SmlCapTP 24.56 -.29 +7.0
StrnT x 11.54 -.02 +2.8
ValStraT 29.65 -.35 +2.3
Fidelity Freedom:
FF2000 nx 12.21 -.32 +4.0
FF2010nx 14.05 -37 +5.9
FF2020 n 14.71 -.38 +7.7
FF2030nx 15.02 -.38 +8.7
FF2040nx 8.83 -.24 +9.1
FF2015 x 11.55 -.29 +7.0
FF2020px 11.96 -.31 +.1
IncomeFdnx 11.37 -.11 +3.8
Fidelity Invest:
AggrGrr 17.80 -.23 +7.2
AMgr 16.05 -.10 +4.0
AMgrGrnx 15.08 -.17 +3.7
AMgrln 12.83 -.03 +6.2
Balance 18.76 -.17 +10.8
BlueChipr 43.16 -.73 +3.8
CAMunn 12.40 '+.02 +3.7
Canadan- 43.13 +.26 +28.2
CapAppn 25.10 -.39. +5.8
Caplnco nr 8.37 -.03 +5.0
ChinaRegn 19.30 -.02 +15.1


12-mo. 12-mo.
Name NAV chg % rtn Name NAV chg % rtn
CongrStn 401.16 -7.45 +3.0 Int]SmCox 14.01 -5.16 +25.0
CTMunnr 11.40 +.02 +2.4 USQOtyEqty x 19.92 -.38 -1.0
Contran 64.76 -.69 +16.0 USCoreEqtyx 14.09 -.60 NS
CnvSec 22.46 -.23 +6.0 GMOTrustIV:
Deslinyln 14.26 -.23 +11.9 CorePlusBdx 10.32 -.32 NS
Desfinylln 11.89 -.16 +2.3 EmgCnDt 10.70 +.06 +15.9
DisEqn 27.71 -.44 +10.1 EmerMkt x 20.47 -2.13 +40.7
Diverlans 32.54 +.08 +17.2 Foreignx 15.77 -.91 +13.9
DivGlhn 28.79 -.43 +3.3 IntlintrValx 30.66 -1.66 +14.4
EmrgMkinx 18.44 +.18 +44.9 USQualEqx 19.93 -.38 -1.0
Equillncn 52.78 -.69 +5.7 GMOTrustVI:
EQInn 22.86 -32 +4.5 EmgMktsrx 20.47 -2.15 +40.7
EurCapApn 22.02 +.02 +15.9 USCoreEqx 14.06 -.61 NS
Europe n 35.97 -.07 +17.8 Gabelli Funds:
ExchFdn 276.11 -4.11 +4.6 Assetx 41.13 -2.56 +4.4
Export n 21.24 -.33 +15.2 Growth 28.81 -.49 +10.0
FidelFd 31.82 -.45 +7.4 Valuete 18.11 -1.53 0.0
Fty nr 22.73 -.34 +10.9 Gartmore Fds D:
FItRaleHi r 9.95 ... +4.2 Bond x 9.61 ... +3.3
FLMum 11.45 +.02 +2.8 GtddD x 10.21 -.02 +2.9
FourinOne nxo26.34 -75 +6.4 GrowthD 7.13 -.13 .+6.4
GNMAnx 10.685 -.06 +2.6 NalonwDx 18.768 -3.15 +7.3
Govilnnx 10.12 -.04 +2.6 TxFrerx 10.54 +.02 +3.1
GroCon 63.63 -.90 +13.3 Gartmore Fds InstI:
Gronc 34.40 -.60 +2.5 Intldx Ine 9.06 -.29 +14.0
GroIncl 10.16 -.15 +7.4 MdCpMkidxl nx14.87 -.93 +12.1
Highinc mx 8.78 -.03 +3.4 NwBdldxlInx 10.83 -.01 +2.4
Indepndncenx19.65 -.31 +10.5 S&P5oIlsU nx10.68 -20 +4.6
InProBnd 11.00 ... +2.4 Gartmore Fds Serv:
IntBd nx 10.29 -.02 +1.8 .IDModpx 10.23 -.27 NA
IntGovx 10.03 -.03 +1.5 Gateway Funds:
IntmMuni n 9.97 +.01 +2.6 Gateway x 25.00 -.54 +4.5
IntlDiss 31.66 +.09 +18.6 Glenmede Funds:
IntlSmCaprn 26.97 +.34 +29.8 Intl 19.00 ... +13.6
InvGB nx 7.37 -.01 +2.9 Goldman Sachs A:
Japan n 18.23 .228 +43.7 CapGrA 20.56 -.35 +2.2
JpnSmCo n 16.82 +.43 +42.3 GrIncA 25.73 -.34 +3.6
LatAm nx 31.98 -.29 +55.2 GnhOppsA 21.55 -.26 +4.3
LevCoStockx 26.02 -.39 +17.7 HiYieldA 7.86 +.01 +3.6
LowPrm .40.54 -.30 +0.7 HYMuniAp 11.24 +.02 +7.2
Magellan n 106.44 -1.29 +6.3 MidCapVAp 35.00 -.40 +12.4
MD Mum 10.5 +.01 +2.6 SmaCapA 40.82 -.48 +3.1
MAMunIn 11.89 +.02 +3.7 Goldman Sachs Inst:
MI Muni n 11.84 +.02 +2.8 CoeFx 990 ... +3.0
MidCapn 26.57 -.34 +16.0 orelnll 12.63 -.08 +15.0
MNMunn 11.42 +.02 +2.7 GdhOppI 22.15 -.26 +4.8
MtgeSecan 11.06 -.01 +2.7 HiYeld 7,87 +.01 +3,9
Munllncen 12.82 +.02 +38 HYMunI 11.25 +.03 +7.7
NJMunr 11.51 +.01 +3.5 MidCapVaG 35.23 -.40 +12.9
NewMktnrx 14.43 ... +11.3 Guardian Funds:
NewMllln ',i -.53 +10.0 GBG IntGrA 15.28 +.02 +15.4
NYMunn 'n:i, +.02 +3.2 arkAA 32.26 -.53 +3.8
OTC ;: ,: -.81 +8.92 Stock 29.29 -.47 +4.2'
Oh Mun n 11.66 +.02 +3.1 GuldeStone Funds:
Ovrsean 41.61. +.18 +19.5 CpOppG&4x 15,45 -.45 +8.1
PacBasn 25.67 +.31 .+33.7. GiblEqGS4 x 16.28 -.45 +9.7
PAMunnr 10.80. +.02 +2.8 GrlncoGS4x 14;20 -.45 +6.3
Puritan 18.73 -.16 +4.7 GrEqGS4 17.71 -.3 1 +8.1
RatlEst n 31.16 -.29 +14.6 IntllEqGS4x .17.37 -.29 +17.6
ShtlntMu n 10.20 +1.1 MdDurGS4 13.40 -.01 +2.7
STBFn .86 ... +2.2 ValuEqGS4x 17.50 -.36 +7.1
SmCapInd 20.48 -.33 +10.7 Harbor Funds:
S.,,d... .. -.15 +.0 Bond 11.62 -.01 +2.7
--i :n 21 +.36 +34.3 :, :-,.., ii 32.66 -.55 +13.6
SIkSlcn 24.74 -.6 +.9 ,,,... 49.32 -.02 +20.7
StraDiVnc 12.16 -.12 +9.7 SCpVInst 19.83 -.31 +10.4
Stratllncnx 10.43 -.03 +3.1 Harding Loevner:
Trend n 57.22 -.95 +7.3 EmgMktsrx 34.79 -.09 +39.5
USBInx. 10.90 -.01 +2.4 Hartford FdsA:
UIShleBdm 10.02 ... +2.9 AdsAp 15:87 -.15 +6.7
Ulllityn 14.7 -.15 +9.7 CapAppAp 30.71 -.35 +15.3
Valtral 31.28 -.36 +2.8 DieGthAp 18.964 -6.2
Valued n 75.88 -.88 +14.2 MldCapAp 23.80 -.29 +16.2
Wddwda n 19.57 -.10 +13-.6 SmICoAp. 20.07 -.24 +20.5
Fidelity Selects: Hartford Fds B:
Ain 40.35 -.46 +21.68 :,,:'5IL.LL' r:* -.32 +14.5
Auto n 34.14 +.05 -1. Hartford Fds C.
Banking n 35.65 -.63 -0.1 C,.. i i:, 5 -" -.32 +14.5
Biolachn 62.70 -.69 +86.2 Hartford HLS IA -
Brokern 68.95 -.71 +29.8. Bond 11.27 .... +2,6
Chemn 66.69 -67 +0.7 CapApp 5299 -.50 +15.8
ompn. 36.08 -.8 +2.9 Div&Groth 20.74 -.29 +5.8
Constodn 25.10 -.27 +2.5 GlblLd 18.74 -.16 2.5
CstHoi un 47.16 -74 +9.5 GEMth&lno '12.66 -.19 .+6.5
DtAeron 73.19 -.72 +17.7 GralhOpp 30.07 -.36 +16.
DeComn 20.01 -.42 +8.5 Advse 22.53 -.22 +72
Electr n 43.73 -.93 +16.4 Stock 49.21 -.72 +9.5
Energy n 46.76 -.83 +52.3 Index 1.97 -2 .1 .4
EngSvcn 65.74 -1.59 +54.4 lnHOpp 13 9 +.01- 14.8
Environ 15.64 -.25 +9.1 MldCp 28.73 -.233 +16.8
RnSvon 115.09 -1.26, +752 SmallCo 19.66 -.23 +20.9
Foodn 50.65 -.53 .+5.7 HartfordHLSIB :
.Gold m 33.24 +.58 +41.5 AdCosp 2.270 -.22 +7,0
Health n 136.09 -2.39 +16.4 Bonp 11: 20 -.2 +23

Hodmaon 44.11 -.09 +14.9 capApprecp 52.75 -.50 +15.5
Isuran 46.188 -.34 +13.6 D nv&Groxp 20.68 -.28 +5.0
Lensur n 68.38 -34 +3. Heartland Fds:
n 4. 7Va -. +9. Vaue 4480 -6.28 +2.1
MedDeln 54.56 -.76 +26.4 Hennessy Funds:
Miadqsan 74.23 -.37 +7.1 CorGErow 19.36 -.34 +12.0
Multied n 47.77 -.69 +7.1 ComrGroll 2939 -.15 +9.5
NatGas n 38.82 -.88 +46.3 HolBaFd 1542 -.18 +1.7
Paper n 3 .37 -.15 -+.5 0 H2 hlds Wiley:
Pl srman 9.92 -.13 +9.5 HotchIds&Wey:
Retailn 48.78 64 .7 LgCpVaI 23.41 -.23 +6.2
oiwrn 524 -3 +0.2 LgCapValAp 23.34 -.23 +5.9
TeSn n 09.5 -1.2 +5 0 MdCpValAp 28.09 -.29 +10.4
Telecom n 375 -.62 +4.9 MIdCpVal 28.20 -.2 +10.7
Treansn 46.60 -.55 +11.7 HussmnSrGrx 15.68 -.02 +5.8
UtIGr n 43.10 -51 +9.1 CAP Funds:
rlesn .4 -.10 +17.1 EquItyx 41.17 -7.91 +10.8
Rdellsy Spartan: ICM SmIlCo- 36.23 -.50 +5.2
Fidelity Spartan:ICON Fds:
Equtlndlnv n 44.16 -.71 +4.7 i N .
ExIMkllindlnv 34.74 -.45 +9.9 Energy 3195 -.70 +4.2
500ndxlnv nr 86.02 -1.38 +4.7 INGFunds Cl A:
Govlnnx 10.90 -.04 +2.6 InIValAp -17.8' -.09 +10.3
Inl6ndxlnv 35.73 -.11 +13.7 ING Partners:
InvGrBd nx 10.40 -.01 +2.86 TRPGrEq 52.62 -.72 +6.1
ToIMktIndInv 34.66 -.54 +6.3 INGTlM,&1
Fidelity Spart Adv: InVall 17.87 -.09 +10.6
EqlndxAdv 44.16 -71 9 IS1 Funds: .
g50Advr 86.02 -1.38 +E NoAmpxa 7.48 -.02 +6.7
S 'i r p 4. 0 5 4 A ; '-. 54 "" r '. tr y F u n d s
First Amer Fds Y: a,iui.A r. -.10 +29.7
.,Ari I..... +.01 +2.68 JPMorgan A Class '
Eqlylnooap 14.06 -.23 +4.6 i't... ""-" -' -21 +.5.0
EqIdxinpp 23.35 -.38 +4.5 I .C.'.l I-. -.21 +5.6
InBond ., 9.87 +1.7- MipVa.. : -.34 +9.0
nil n 12.83 -.05 +12.0 JPMorgan B Class.
LgCpGrOp .'2991 -.53 +.9 InG&l px 13.47 --.18 +5.0
MdCpGrOp 40.75 -.63. +12.5 JPMorgan C Class:
First Eagle: MdCpValu pnx22.90. -.22 +8.4
GlobalA 42.06 -.06 +14.6 JP Morgan InsU:
OverseasA 23.04 +.02 +16.9 MdCapVal nx 23.56 -.43 +9.5
First 24itestrA 1A9 JPMqrgan Select:
BIChIpApx 20.99 -.33 +3.6 InmEq. 32.33 -.16 +11.3
GlobalA px. 7.15 -.0 +7.9 MdCpValu ... +9.3
GovAp 10.85 -.01 +2.5 USEqutyx 102098 -.2 +2.2
GrolFA px 14.03 -.19 +6.6 JPMorgan Sel Cis:
IncomeAp 3.00 ... -0.6 Coreondx 10.63 -.04 +2.4
InvGrdAp 29.65 -.01 +1.1 CorePIusBdnx 7.77 -.03 +2.9
MATFApe 11.87 .-02 +2.4 DiMdCpGr 24.69 -.39 +10.8
MITFAupe 12.35 .21 +2.5 DiMdCpVIax 15.14 -.17 +9.8
MIdCapAnp 27.86 -.28 +12.9 Eqlndx 28.40 -.60 +4.6
NJTFA p 12.93 +.03 +2.5 GovBondex 10.20 -.05 +3.6
NYTFAp 14.37 +.04 +2.3 HIYIdBondx 8.15 -.03 +3.1
PATFApe 12.93 -.15 +2.3 IntBondlnx 10.38 -.05 +2.1
SpSitA.p 20.36 -.32 +3.8 IntmdTFBdx 10.65 -.02 +1.7
TaxExppa p 9.99 -.01 +1.8 3 InEqlIx 22.61 -.48, +14.9
TotRelApx 14.13 -.17 +4.8 InlrdAmerx 24.31 -.47 +9.1
ValueBpx 6.68 -.09 +5.3 LgCapValx 15.80 -.29 +4.0
Firsthand Funds: LgCapGr 15.93 -.32 +4.7
GlobTech 3.91 -.07 -8.6 MIICpMkNeu.rx10.57 -.22 +4.9
TechValue n 33.12 -.40 +12.3 SmCpCorex 43.99 -1.05 +3.8
Frank/Temp Frok A: TaxFrBond n. 12.72 -.01 +2.6
AGEAp 2.10 +.01 +3.9 JP Morgan Ultra:
.O,-" p. 8.92 -.01 +2.1 MIlBackedx 10.44 -.04 NS
AL FA 11.47 +.01 +3.3 Janus:
AZTFAp 11.04 +.02 +3.5 Balancedn 22.48 -.12 +7.7
Ballnvp 61.73 -.51 +11.0 Conrarian 15.14 ... +16.3
CAHYbI dp 10.38 +.03 +6.7 CMraEq 23.62 -.23 +16.2
" CalTnsAp 12.68 +.03 +4.7 Enlerpr 41.91 -.43 +11.4
CA IntermA p 11.51 +.02 +2.6 FedTxExn 6.99 +.01 +2.7
CalTFrA p 7.30 +.02 +5.1 FexBond 9.47 -.01 +2.0
CapGrA 11.13 -.20 +.0.8 Fund 2.53 -.40 +3.9
COTFAp 12.00 +02 +4.5 GILIelSl nr 20.05 -.24 +11.1
CTTFAp 11.08 +.02 +4.6g nechr 11.90 -.15 +11,5
CvlSecA p 16.15 -.08 +7.0 Grthlncn 36.01 -.35 +12.4
DbITxFrA 11.88 +.01 +4.0 Merury n 22.98 -.23 +6.7
DynaTechA 26.13 -.57 +6.9 MIdCapVal 22.32 -.19 410.4
EqlncA p 20.43 -.26 +3.1 Olympus n 32.69 -.31 +14.0
Fedlntlenp 11.40 +.02 +2.2 Orion 8.33 -.02 +20.9
FedTxFrAp 12.11 +.03 +4.3 Overseasnr 31.3 +.25 +33.2
FlexCapGrA 40.16 -.74 +6.0 l TmBed 2.7 ... +1.5
FIRtDA px 10.10 ... +4.2 SCVInst 27.95 -.32 +9.1
FLTFAp 11.90 +01 +3.9 SCVInv 27.76 -.32 +8.8
FoundFAIpx 12.50 -.49 +6.1 Twenty 46,92 -.59 +8.9
GA.TFAp 12.09 +.02 +4.1 Ventur 56.06 -.10 +1.4
GoldPrM A 25.64 +72 +41.0 WddWnr 432.4 -.27 +6.0
GrowthAp 36.56 -.50 +8.1 Janus Adv I Shrs:
HYTFAp. 11.76 +.02 +5.4 Forty 26.73 -.37 +142.
lncoSerAp 2.40 -.01 +1.9 Janus Aspen InstI:
ICsOTFAp 12.30 +02 +3.9 Balanced 25.74 -.380 +7.9
NYlntmlTFp 10.91 +.01 +1.6 Woddwornx 27.96 -.31 +6.0
LATFAp 11.49 +01 +2.8 JennlsonDryden A:
LMGvSecAx 9.91 -.01 +0,7 BlandA 19.02 -.25 +17.6
MDTFAp 11.74 +.01 +4.2 GovlncA 6.91 -.01 +2.2
MassTFAp 11.90 +02 +3.9 GromwthA 16.19 -.27 +13.5
MichTFAp 12.25 +.02 +3.2 HiYldAp 5.67 ... +3.0
MNInsA' 12.10 +.02 +34 InsuredA 10.78 +.02 +2.6
MOTFAp 12.26 +.02 +4.4 UotlityA 14.11 -.16 +30.1
NJTFAp 12.12 +.02 +4.5 ValueAp 19284 -.23 +16.1
NYInsAp 11.58 +,02 +3.5 JennlAsonDryden B:
NYTFAp 11.6 +.03 +3.9 GroWlAhB 14.87 -.26 +12.6
NCTFAp 12.27 +.01 +4.1 HiYIdBnl 5.66 ... +2,5
OrlolTFA p 1254 +.02 +3.9 InsuredB 10.80 +.02 +2.1
ORTFA p 11.54 +022 +4.4 JennlsonDryden Z&h:
PATFAp '10.40 +.01 +4.1 GroalhZ 16.64 -.26 +13.8
ReESecAp 25.73 -.24 +13.3 Stkldxiln 27.76 -.44 +4.5
RisDncApx 32238 -.45 +2.3 Jensen 23.82 -.639 -1.6
SMCpGrA 37.72 -.53 +10.3 John Hancock A:
Stratlnop 10.14 +.01 +1.5 oindAp 14.96 -.01 +2.6
UGovA p 6.52 +.01 +2.9 ClasslValp 24.64' -.15 +8.7
oulleFsAp 11.77 -.12 +10.5 tgBkA 38.37 -.78 +11.0
VATFAp 11.81 +.01 +4,0 SvlnvAp 18.21 -.28 +2.2
Frank/Tmp Fmk Adv: SIrlncA p 6.85 +.01 +2.3
IncomeAdv 2.39 -.01 +2.0 USGIbLdrs n 28.44 -.63 +2.1
Frank/Temp Fmk B: John Hancock B:
IncmsareBs p 2.40 -.01 +1.3 LtrIncB 6.85 +01 +1.6
IncmeB t 2.39 -.01 +1.0 Julius Baer Funds:
Frank/Temp Fmk C: InlEqI re 36.10 -1.79 +17.4
FoundFAIpx 12.36 -.49 +5.5 IntlEqAe 35.44 -1.7 +17.1
IncomeCl 2.41 -.01 +1.3 KeelSmCpp 43.63 -.57 +16.2
Frank/Temp MU A&B: LSV ValEq nx 16.20 ,-.38 +10.4
BeacunA 15.44 -.07 +8.7 Laudus Funds:
DIscoVA 26.04 +.01 +15.1 IntlMMsld 17.94 -.01 +19.6
oQualedAt 19.71 -.07 +10.7 USSroCpn 12.53 -.20 +3.5
SharasA 23.81 -.07 +9.8 Lazard InstI:
Frank/Temp Mtl C: EmgMVtl 17.84 +.14 +42.2
DIscCI 25.89 ... +14.3 IntlEqlnstl 14.00 -.07 +11.2


SharesCt 23.47 -.07 +9.1 Legg Mason: Fd
Frank/TempTemp A: OpportTr 16.72 -.30 +6.3
DevMktAp 23.42 +.02 +28.8 Splnvnp 44.59 -.75 +8.2
ForelgnAp 12.68 -.05 +10.7 ValTrp 66.70 -1.27 +4.9
GIBondAp 10.31 +.02 -3.1 Legg Mason Instl:
GISmCoAp 8.33 ... +7.9 BFMSmCp 10.98 -.17 +3.7
f3rowthAp 22.94 -.13 +.1 VarTrFlp 74.47 -1.37 +5.6
. "* i FC. 15.98 -.07 +8.6 ValTrlnst 75.63 -1.39 +6.0
W..1.4 p 17.74 -.13 +11.7 Leuthold Funds:
FranlkTempTmpAdv: Corelnvstnx 17.22 -.15 +14.7
FrgnAv 12.65 -.04 +11.0 Longleaf Partners:
GrIhAv 22.95 -12 +8.3 Partnersx 30.97 -.77 +3.6
Frank/TempTmp B&C: Intln 17.36 -.10 +12.8
DsvMkIC 23.00 +.02 +27.9 SmCapx 27.02 -.75 +10.5
ForgnCp 12.53 -.05 +9.9 LoomisSayles:
GrwIhC p 2245 -.13 +7.2 LSBondl 13.56 +.03 +4.4
GE Elfun S&S: SIrlncC 14.05 +.01 +2.6
&S lncomenell.24 -.04 +2.8 LSBondR 13.3 +.03 +4.1
S&SPMnx 42.85 -4.53 +2.9 StrIncA 14.00 +.01 +3.4
TaxExe 11.75 -.03 +3.7 LordAbbettA:
Trustsnx 50.74 -5.64 +0.7 AflllaldAp 14.05 -.19 +3.3
GMOEmMkVrx20.46 -2.15 NA AIIValueA 11.79 -.17 +5.5
QMO Trust II: BalanSlratA 11.20 -.09 +2.2
Forelgnx 15.71 -.90 +13.8 BndDebAp 7.80 .. +1.6
GMO Trust III: GllncA p 6.80 -.02 -5.6
..;nl.'.l,. 9.06 -.80 +7.0. MidCapAp 22.41 -.26 +8.3
.T',. 2 020.51 -213 +40.6 RsSmCpA 28.36 -.44 +13.5
ECO 10.70 +.06 +15.9 RsAmalp 12.22 -.07 +3.7
Foreign 15.76 -.91 +13.8 Lord Abbett B:
IntlGrEqx 28.50 -1.07 NE AlllldBp 14.10 -.19 +2.6
IntlllntVal 30.68 -1.64 +14.4 BdbbBp 7.80 -.01 +0.9


Name: Name of mural fund and lr.loi
NAV: rJNe asset value, or price al which luna could be solo, for
lal day or the eekl.
Chg: Weely. nel change in ire IAV
12 mo% rtn The percent gain or loss for one snare. includingg
lreinvastmein of aivldands. ovei 1? mori.lrh
Mutual Fund Footnotes: e Ex-capilai gains distribution I -
PreiouEs a ais quole 0 r No-lOad lurid p Fr.d 3ssals u--el o
pay aosu.o.u.in cost: r Redermpton lee or coningert
detenrrd sale.. load may apply s Stock dividend or split I -
Born p aro r. x Ex-casn dlvd.end NA- No inrorrr.ahon aval-
able. NE Dala In qust.on NN Fund doeo not wAnSh 0 rbe
lra.:ea NS Fund did not ea l1x at sirt dale


Source: Lipper, In

12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
MidCapVp 21.65 -.26 +7.6
Lord Abbett C:
AfildCp 14.07 -.19 +2.5
BdDbCp 7.81 .. +0.9
MidCapVICp 21.58 -26 +7.6
Lord Abbett P:
MldCaplVp 21.96 -25 +8.2
Lord AbbettY:
AMY 14.07 -.19 +3.5
MdCapVl p 22.37 -.26 +8.7
MFS Funds A:
MITAp 16.45 -.28 +7.0
MIGAp 12.84 -.20 +3.6
BondAp 12.69 -.01. +1.8
CapOpp 13.52 -.19 +1.2
EmGrAp 34.73 -.42 +8.4
GvScAHp 9.52 -.01 +2.3
GrOpAp 8.92 -.15 +0.7
HilncAp 3.80 ... +2.3
InNwDA p 23.84 +.12 +20.1
MCapAp 9.18 -.13 +2.5
,MuBdA 10.58 +.01 +3.2
MuHiA 8.42 -+.01 +6.6
MuFLAp 10.13 +.01 +4.1
ResBondAt 10.12 -.01 +22
RschAp 21.68 -.29 +7.3
ResrchlnllA p 16.3 -.04 +16.0
TolRAp 15.37 -.14 +3.2
UGIAp 12.65 -.10 +16.8
ValueAp 23.15 -.28 +6.0
MFS Funds B:
MA rB 18.02 -.27 +6.3
EmGrt 31.99 -.39 +7.6
MIGB 11:73 -.18 +3.0
GvScBl 9.51 -.01 +1.5
HilnBI 3.81 ... +1.6
MulnBI 8.60 +.01 +3.2
TolRB 15.37 -.14 +2.6
ValueB 23.03 -.28. +5.3
MFS Funds C:
TolRICt 15.43 -.14 +2.6
ValueCp 23.00 -.28 +5.3
MFS Funds I:
,RelnTt 17.21 -.04 +16.3
Value '. 23.24 -.26 .+6.4
MFS Funds Instl:
I. :: -.69. +1,
MainStay Funds A:
HiYIdBdAx 6.26 -.03 ". i
MainStay Funds B:
CpAppBt 29.01 -.49
ConvMB 13.69 -.13 .. ;
.GovltBI 8.21 -.02 i
HiYldBB 6.23 -.03 +2.5
InlEqB 12.92 -.06 +6 2
SmCpGrBp .14.80 -.29 +22
T ilaiBeI l i: -.20: +5.3
MamSlay Funds I:
;I:ii'..:l., 1. -.46 +4.5
Mairs & PoveI
.~. Ir.., -2.46 +4.2
Managers Funds:
FremontdnO 10.37 -.01 +3.0
SpclEq e 66.77 -8.59 +4.0
Marsico Funds:
Focus p 18.22 -.27 +9.3
Growp 18.85 -.30 .
MassMutual Inst:
CoreBdS x 16.68 -.51 1
Master Select:
Equity 15.24 -.28 +4.8
Inllx 17,48' -.32 t +23.7
Matthews Asian: ,
AslanG&l 17.14 +.04 +16.4
PacTlger 19.27 +.11 +23.6
Mellon Funds:
BondFundx 12.39 -.05 +1.9
EmgMklsx 22.52 -3.37 +26.7
InlFund 15.71 -.08 +10.9
LrgCapSlk 10.03 -.16 +6.1
idCapStk. 13.70 -.22 +14.3
MergerFd nx 14.67 -.89 +1.1
Meridian Funds:
Growth 36.57 -.38 +0.1
Value 34.63 -.45 +2.8
Merrill Lynch A:
BalCapAp 25.57 -.19 +4.0
BasValAp 30.92 -.44 +3.6
FdGrAp 18.74 -.28 +8.9
GlbAIA p 16.89 -.09 +10.5
.iin.- lti. 16.74 -.07 +13.8
I iM.l, ltl 10.64 +.03 +5.6
S&P500p 15.2 -.25 +4.2
Merrill Lynch B:
BalaCapBt 24.89 -.19 +3.2
BasVB t 30.39 -.43 +2.9
BdHIlnc 5.01 ... +0.6
CalnsMB 11.58 +.02 +2.6
CCI' -,)In "" 1.4 .

EqUityDi 15.81 -.14 1 1
EuroB "15.70 -.12 +8.6
FocusValuet 12.54 -.20, +3.8 -
FundlGrBt 17.20 -.25 +8.0
FLMBIt 10.38 +.02 +4.6
GAIBt 16.57 -.09 +9.7
HealthBt 4.98 -.05 +13.1
LatAmBt 35.54 ... +54.2
MnlnsBt 7.85 +.02 +3.3
ShtTnmUSGvtt 9.10 ... +1.4
MunShtTm 9.94 +.01 +1.0
MulnmTrBlt 10.22 +.03 +1.1
MNalB t 10.51 +.02 +4.0
NJMBt 10.64 +.03 .+5.2
NYMnBI 10.99 +.01 +3.4
NalResTrBt 48.04 -.64 +50.9
PacBt 22.65 -.24 +21.4
PAMBt 11.26 +.02 +3.4
ValueOppt 23.10 -.37 +8.9
USGovt 10.07 :- +1.4
UIturcmt 11.93 -.12 +13.0
WldlncBt 6.08 -.01 -4.1
Merrill Lynch C:
FdGrCt 17.20 -.27 +8.0
GlobAICt 16.06 -.08 +9.7
Merrill Lynch I:
InVal 27.00 -.22 +11.2
BalaCapl 25.63 -.20 +4.3
BasVall 31.05 -.43 +3.9
BdHilnc 5.01 ... +1.6
CalnsMB 11.58 +.02 +3.2
CoreBdPN t 11.56 -.01 +2.2
CplTI 11.73 -.01 +2.1
DevCaplp 22.85 +.25 +36.3
EqutyDiv 15.76 -.13 +12.5
Eurolt 18.29 -.14 +9.7
FocusValuel 13.84 -.22 +4.9
FundlGrI 19.15 -.28 +9.1
FLMI 10.38 +.02 +5.1
GIAIII 16.94 -.09 +10.8
Healthl 7.35 -.07 +14.3
LalAml 37.17 +.01 +55.8
Mnlnsl 7.66. +.02 +4.2
MounShortm 9.94 +.01 +1.4
MulntTrl 10.22 +.03 +1.3
MNalll 10.52 +.02 +4.9
NalResTrl 51.07 -.66 +52.4
Paul 24.65 -.25 +22.6
S&P500 16.29 -.25 +4.5
ValueOppty 25.85 -.41 .+10.0
SUSGovt 10.07 ... +2.1
Utllimnl t 11.95 -.12 +13.68
Wldlncl 6,08 -.02 -3.4
Metro West Fds:
TolalRelBondl 9.57 -.01 +3.5
Midas Funds:
Mdas Fd n 2.99 +.07 +44.4"
Monetta Funds:
Monettan 11.99 -.22 +15.4
MonlagGrI 23.87 -.44 +5.4
Morgan Stanley A:
.AmOppA 27.89 -.55 .+13.9


c. and The Associated press

12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
DMGthA 33.04 -.53 +4.9
EqtyWtdAp 38.58 -.56 +7.4
GlobDIvA 14.42 -.10 +5.8
USGvtA 9.09 ... +3.6
Morgan Stanley B:
AmOppB 26.14 -.53 +13.1
DivGthB 33.17 -.54 +5.0
GIbDivB 14.59 -.10 +5.8
GrowthB 13.92 -.31 +14.2
StralB 18.86 -.19 +6.9
USGV1B 9.10 .. +3.7
Morgan Stanley D:
TaxExDe 11.54 -.15 +3.7
MorganStanley Inst:
EmMktn 25.36 +.15 +35.2
CrPIFInstn 11.49 +.01. +5.1
GIValEqAn 17.85 -.14 +5.6
..lI.,:l: 24.14 +.13 +13,0
1..1 l 20.34 -.06 +6.2
InllEqBnp 20.19 -.06 +5.9
LIdDurPtn 10.28 +.01 +2.0
MCapGrn 24.86 -.38 +18.1
MCGrAd p 24.24 -.38 +17.8
SmCGrBnp 12.31 -.18 +13,2
SmCoGrAn 12.88 -.20 +13.4
USLCpGrA 19.49 -.42 +15.3
USReal n 23.41 -.11 +17.6
ValueAdv n 17.09 -.22 +4.6
Muhlenkmpnx 84.44 -1.83 +8.0
Under Funds A:
InlesnetA 20.66 -.51 +7.5
Mutual Series:
BeaconZ 15.52 -.07 +9.1
DIscZ 26.27 +.01 +15.5
OualIdZ 19.81 -.07 +11.1
SharasZ 23.95 -.06 +10.2
Neuberger&Berm Inv:
Focusn 32.41 -.55 +0.1
Genesilsn 33.97 -.54 +16.2
Geneslnstl 46.60 -.73 +16.4
Guardnn 17.84 -.18 8.2
Inll r 21.67 +.09 +23.
Partnern 28.05 -.34 18.0
NeubergeitBerm Tr:
1.-..- i. i': -.77 +16.1
Nicholas Applegae:
EngG.m 1161) -.15 +13.1
Nicholas Group
i, rl.,,n "l 1- ,) + 1.4
l:r:.,'i. :.:. -4.44 +5.4
Northeast Inveslors:
Tr",.i +.03 +2.4
Northern Funds:
i.-..: -. 8.00 +.01 +1.9
.. -l.l i,, ... 'N S
I.nti",i 22i- -.03 +11.2
Lr." a,'.l n ". -.16 +3.1
TliCI.r 110.52 -.20 .+32.
.r.n,,. 11.62 -.24 -1.9
tluneen CI A:
IH t.l.ii. -,6 .06 05 +8.1
Nuveen CI R"
InMunR 10.62 +.03 +3.5
IntmDurMuBd 9.01 +.02 +3.2
Oak Assoc Fds:
WhlIOakSIGr nx32.30 -.59 -5.2
Oalnark Funds I:
Eilr.:. :1 -.18 +8.6
,i..,i :.3 -.06 +13.1
Inlllr 22.52 -.04 +14.0
IntlSmCpr 19.98 +.17 +21.2
Oakmarkr .40.88 -.49 -1:4
Selectr 32.90 -.32 +4.7
Old Mutual Adv II:
Tech&ComZ n 12.42 -.23 +9.2
Old Westbury Fds:
Inlln 12.11 -.05 +14.8
MidCapEqp 15.965 -.14 +7.6
RealRelum 11.00 +.02 NS
Olstein Funds:
FnclAlertC 16.41 -.15 +2.8
Oppenheimer A:
AMTFrMuA 10.12 +.02 +8.0
AMTFrNY 12.84 +.03 +8.3-
CAMuniAp 11.45 +.03 +11.1
CapAppAp 42.91 -.69 +4.5
CaplncAnp 11.82 -.07 +2.6
ChlncA p 9.33 .. +2.7
DevMktAp 36.33 +.20 +41.9
DIscFd p 43.99 -.65 +1.1
Equity A 10.51 -.16 +6.2
GlobalA p 66.70 -.41 +13.9
GIblOppA 36.94 -.14 +17.5
Gold p 23.29 +.54 +326
GmwthAp 29.93 -.54 +8.8
HighYdA p 9.34 +.01 +2.7
IntlBdApe 5.76 -.07 +3.4
LTGovAp '9.97: ... .l
LtdTmrMu It *+.02 +.
MTs.-i"FiY 15 -,.58

MnStSCpAp 20.63 -.31 +9.9
MIdCapA 18.36'-.30 +11.5
PAMunlAp 12.7 .02 +9.2
RealAslAp 7.80 .+.13 +26.4
SMdCpVIA 33.05 -.36 +11.9
StrlncAp 4.19 -02 +4.5
USGvt p 9.51 -.05 +2.4
ValueAp 23.34 -.29 +6.4
Oppenhelmer B:
AMTFrMuB 10.08 +.02 +7.0
AMT-FrNY 12.85 +.03 +7.4
CapAppBp 39.53 -.65. +3.6
CapbcBat 11.70 -.07 +1.8
ChlncBt '9.32 .. +1.9
EquityB 10.09 -.15 +7.2
GloblBI 62.36 -.40 +13.0
HIYIdB1 9.19 .. +1.9
MnStFdB 36.13 -.57 +4.8
StrlncBt1 4.20 -.03 +3.5
Oppenheimer C&M:
GlobalCp 63.41 -.40 +13.0
MnSFdC .36.07 -.57 +4.8
Oppenheim Quest:
QBalA 17.86 -.23 +2.7
BalanC 17.56 -.23 +2.0
QBalanB 17.54 -.23 +1.
QOpptyA 28.45 -.15 +1.8
Oppenheimer Roch:
LIdNYAp- 3.36 ... +5.1
LtdNYCt 3.35 +.01 +4.7
RoNIMuCe 12.28 +.03 +9.3
RoMuA p 18.28 +.05 +8.9
SRMuB 18.26 +.04 +8.0
RcNtMuAe 12.30 +.03 +10.2
OppenhelmerY: "
CapAppracY 43.92 -.71 +4.9
PIMCO Admin PIMS:
ShtTmAdp 9.99 -.01 +24
TolRetAdn 10.50 -.01 +2.7
PIMCO InstI PIMS:
AllAsset x 12.72 -.47 .+6.6
CommodRRx 14.86 -2.02 +20.6
Olverlnco 11.07 +.02 +6.0
EmMktsBd 11.16 +04 +11.9
Fltglnc r 10.33 ... +5.5
FrgnBdUndr 9.94 -06 -8,9
FrgnBdn 10.42 +.03 +5.7
GlobalBdn 9.55 -.04 -6.3
HIYIdn 9.72 +.01 +4.7
LowDurn 9.99 -.01 +1.7
LTUSGn 11.00 -.01 +5.4
ModDurn 10.07 -,02 +1.6
RealRelum 11.79 .. +5.4
RealRetlnsll 11.08 .. +2.8
ShortT 9.99 -.01 +2.6
ToRaeln 10.50 -.01 +3.0
TR I n 9.98. -.01 +2.3
TRIlln 9.28 -.01 +2.7
PIMCO Funds A:
AIIAssetpx 12.67 -.44 +6.0
CommodRR px14.77 -2.00 +20.0


Exp. Open High Low Settle Chg

CORN (CBOT)
5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel.
Mar06 210.00 217.00 209.00 215.00 +4.00
May06 219.00 227.00 218.00 225.00' +5.00
Jul06 228.00 232.00 226.00 232.00 +3.00
Sep06 236.00 239.00 234.00 239.00 +3.00
Dec06 246.00 249.00 244.00 248.00 +2.00
Mar07 251.00 256.00 250.00 255.00 +2.00
May07 255.00 258.00 255.00 258.00 +2.00
Est. sales 78,244. ThuSos sales 77,943
Thus open Int. 781,464, +544
OATS(CBOT)
5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel
Mar06 195.00 197.00 193.00 195.00 -.00
Moay06 188.00 190.00 187.00 187.00 -.00
Jul06 180.00 184.00 180.00 182.00
Sep06 173.00 173.00 173.00 173.00
Dec06 166.00 166.00 166.00 166.00
'May07 166.00' 166.00 166.00 166.00
Jul07 166.00 166.00 166.00 166.00
Est. sales 604. Thumras sales 532
Thu'/oas open int. 9,455, +78
WINTER WHEAT (KCBT)
5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel
Mar06 383.00 388.00 382.00 387.00 +1.00
May06 376.00 381.00 376.00 379.00
Jul06 372.00 378.00 372.00 377.00 +1.00
Sep06 378.00 382.00 378.00 382.00 +2.00
Dec06 388.00 395.00 387.00 393.00 +2.00
Mar 07 '400.00 400.00 409.00 400.00
Est. sales 14,141.ThueAs sales 1,407
ThuSes open Int. 129,366, +244
COTTON 2 (NYBT).
50,000 Ibs.- cents per lb.
Mar06 54.00 54.25 53.07 54.19 +.54
May06 54.60 54.75 53.80 54.70 +.36
Jul06 55.50 55.55 54.80 55.55: +.35
Oct06 56.15 56.15 56.15 56.15 +.25
Dec06 57.30 57.50 56.80 57.15 +.15
Mar07 59.07 59.07 59.07 59.07 +.17
May 07 59.07 59.07 59.07 59.07,+.17
Es. sales 13,122. ThuS'as sales 12,070
Thuems open Int. 106,963, +2,256
COCOA (NYBT) ,
10 metric tons- $ per ton
Mar06 1505 1525 1498 1504 +3
May06 1521 1541 1521 1524 +4
Jul08 1544 1564 1540 1545 +5
Sep06 1561.- 1579 1561 1564 +3


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
..; ia 9.72 +.01 +4.3
i-..b.j, 9.99 -.01 +1.3
A : ,imi. 11.08 ... +2.4
T,.,iDI 10 -.01 +2.5
PiMCO Funas B.
M.- IllI 11 11 ... +1.6
Ti.'l I I.)4) -.01 +1.7
PIMCO Funds C:
AI:Az. IX 12.59 -.42 +5.2
I:,A,-,. i 14.66 -1.96 +19.1
,"n :n,I nI 11.08 ... +1.9
T:A: 10.50 -.01 +1.7
PIMCO Funds D:
-.:....-.-.1R4pxl14.78 -2.00 +19.9
;-,in.n 11.08 ... +2.4
i-+ i. 1.00 -.o01 ._.+226
Parnassus Funds:
i,,... 24.02 -.87 +2.4
Pa Wond:
Bil. ., 23.65 -.23 +5.3
i.rl,. p 10.25 -.11 +11.3
PhoenlxFunds A:
BalanA 14.55 -.13 +1.5
CapGrlhA 15.51 -.27 +3.4
InllA 11.40 -.03 +13.3
MulSStAp 4.71 ... +1.6
Pioneer Funds A:
BalancAp 9.69 -.10 +3.4
BondAp 9.186 -.01 +2.6
EqlncAp 28.76 -.41 +5.3
EuroSelEqAx 32.24 .-.41 +8.4
GrowthApx 12.52 -.21 +3.0
HighYldAp 10.74 -.05 +2.5
InllValAx 20.15 -.12 +15.5
MdCpGrA 14.93 -.13 +2.8
MdCpVaA p 23.34 -.24 +7.6
PionFdAp 44.21 -.61 +6.3
TaxFreeA p 11.62 +.02 +4.1
ValueAp 17.48 -.25 +5.5
Pioneer Funds B:
HiYleldBt 10.79 -.05 +1.8
MldCapVal 20.42 -.21 +6.6
Pioneer Funds C.
in.n.1 I l', -.05 .+1:7
Price Funds Adv:
Eqtylncp 25.87 -.35 +4.0
Growth pn 28.20 -.37 +6.3
HiYldp 6.90 +.01 +3.2
Price Funds:
Balancen 19.77 -.16 +5.5
BlueChipGn 32.68 -.55 +5.8
CalTxn 11.00 +.02 +3.7
CapAprn 20.06 -.18 +6.9
DivGron 22.78 -.32 +3.3
E'.1it',.:. 25.21 +.16 +59.5
E.nr. r, .'. 25.68 'I +39.6
Eqlncn 25.92 +4.1
Eqldxn 3?!V -.54
l,,,,:., r' i r +.69' "
,',,r, ,, 10.78 +.01 Ir
GNM 2 9.48 ... ,.
Growth 28.40 -.38 +6.5
u.- n.'. 20.662 -.31 +2.8
I. 25.07. -.37 +13.2
In. I. 6.91 +.01 +3.4
..i" '17.43 +.01 +16.4
'i-.-)"-'. 9.40 -.03 -8.4
I.'Ln' ,' 41.36 +35 +28.3
IntlGr&lnc 14.14 -.05 +15.5
InISIkn 14.79 ... +16.0
:Japan n I ... +40.0.
Lji-,n :I ). -.10 +60.3
l ,' r 5.13 ... +1.1
nt.n.F.. 10.68 +.01 +3.4
MedlaTIn 33.59 -.28 +18.1
MidCapn 'o54.14 -.06 +14.8
MCapValn 23.28 -.26 +7.8
NewAmn 31.88 -.47 +4.3
N Asian -11.83 +.11 -+27.7
NewEran 11 -.39 +30.2
NwHra n 1,n .-.51 +11.7
Newlncon 8.97 ... +3.1
NYTxFn 11.33 +.02 +3.5
PSBal n 18;77 -.17' +6.4
PSGrown 23.09 -.28 +7.5
PSIncon 15.07 -.09 +5.2
ealEst n 19.49, -.19 +14.4
:,ln 11, :. -.11 +6.2
5.i, I.o..I I 'i -14 +7.1
R2030 n I'' -.17' +8.0
'.:in... 1,y -.37 +2.6
i 1 4;68 ... +1.9
SmCapStk n 3281 -.47 +8.2
SmCapVal n 36.91 -50 +8.8
SpecOr 18.22 -.21 +9.4
Spcln'n' 11.79 -.03 +2.1
TxFreen 9.99' +.02 +3.8
TXFrHYn 11.93 +.02 +.3
11.12 +.02 +2.1
T.fi.-. 5.34 ..:. +1.1
US Int 5.82: -.01 +1.7
USLong 11.88- +01 +5.9
.' TF,. 11:64 +.02 +3.4
.,.,-.' 1,3 -.28 .+6.3'
Principal Inv:
BdMtglnstlx 10.69 -.04 NA
PtrLVInx 13.40 -.36 NE
PlrLGIIn 8.19 -.13 +7.6
Putnam Funds A:
AmGvAp 8.92 ... +1.4
AABalAp 11.15 -08 +7.0
AAGtlhAp 12.19 -.10 +10.7
AZTE 9.22 +.01 +.3
CATxAp 8.21 +.01 +3.6
ClassicEqA p 13.25 -.18 +4.6
Convertp 17.48. -.13 +1.9
DIscGr 18.44 -.31 +6.7
DvrInAp 9.91 +.02 +3.4
EqlnAp 16.77 -.21 +5.6
EuroEqA -. -,g *?,
FLTxA i5 i *1
-..A, i I" -I .4,:.
'C:nl r, i:' 1 1 o
GIh..Ap .5.
.HithA p : -6. .11 ,
HIYdAp 7.94 +.02 +3.7
.HYAdAp 5.97 +.01 +3.2
IncmAp 6.76 ... .+2.3
IntlEqp 26.13 -.16 +12.7
IntlGrinp 13.47 -.08 +14.7
linvAp 13.56 -.23 +8.7
. MITxp 9.00 +.01 +3.2
MNTxp 9.00 +.01 +2.9
NJTxAp -9.22 +.01 +3.6
NwOpAp 45.65 -.70 -+9,8
NwValAp 17.98 -.23 +5.7
NYTxAp 8.65 +.01 +3.1
OTCAp 7.92 -.12 +7.8
PATE 9.10 +.01 +3.2
TxExAp 8.79 +.01 +3.4
TFInAp 14.89 +.02 +2.9
TFHYA +.01 +5.9
USGvAp 10l) +.01 +2.3
UtilAp 10.93 -.08 +8.4
VslaAp 10.66 -.18 +12.1
VoyAp 17.40 -.33 +5.3
Putnam Funds B:
CapAprt 19.00 -.33 +6.9
ClassicEqBt 13.15 -.18 +3.9
DiscGrwlh 16.98 -.29 +5.9
DvrnBt 9.84 +.03 +2.7
Eqlnct 16.63 -.21 +4.8
EuEqtyB 22.01 -.07 +8.9
FLTxBt 9.15 +.01 +2.7
GeoBt 17.75 -.14. +3.3
GIlncBt 12.01 -.64 -5.5
GlbEqtyt 8.34 -.08 +7.9
GINtRs 26.35 -.38 +35.0
GrlnB L 19.44 -.27 +4.2
HlthBt :. -.,75 +12.4
HIYIdBt :*- +.02 +2.9
HYAdvB. 5,90 +.01 +2.7
IncomeBt 6.72 ... +1.6
IntlEq p 25.22 .r.I
InllGrln t 13.27 -on I.1
InllNopt 12.71 -.05 +17.5
InvBt .12.47 -.22 +7.9
NJTxBt 9.21 +.01 +3.0
NwOppBt 40.94 -.63 +9.0
NwValp 17.74 -.23 +4.9
NYTxBt 8.64 +.02 +2.7
OTCBi 6.98 -.12 +6.9
TxExBt 8.79 +,01 +2.6
TFHYBI 12.96 +.1 +5.3
TFInBI 14.91 +,02 +2.3
USGVB1 13.06 +.01. +1.6
UtliBt 10.87 -.08 +7.6
VIstaBt 9.29 -.16 +11.3
VoyBIt 15.22 -.30 +4.5
Putnam Funds M '
Dvrlncp 9.83 +.02" +3.1
Putnam FundsY:
Gr&lnc 19.77 -.27 +5.3
Income .81 +.01 +2.7
InllEq 28.29 -.16 +13.0


Onen HIah Low Settle Cha


De 06 '1593 1593. 1593
Mar07 1615 1615 1615
May07 1636 1636 1636
Est. sales 9,529. Thusmes sales 11,962
Thumas open int. 128,543, +1,925
SUGAR-WORLD 11 (NYBT)
112,000 bs.- cents per Ib.
Mar06 14.88 14.89 14.60
May06 14.90 14.91 14.68
Jul06 14.37 14.39 14.21
Oct06 14.21 14.22 14.07
Mar07 14.19 14.20 14.06
May07 14.02 14.05 13.94
Jul07 13.68 13.72 13.65
Est. sales 34,627. Thulas sales 31,701
Thusa open int. 540,168, +1.728 '
CATTLE (CME)
40,000 Ibs.- cents per lb.


1593 +6
1615 +4
1636 +10


Dec05 94.75 96.95 91.90 92.45 -2.45
Feb06 96.27 96.40 96.07 96,37 -.02
Apr06 94.45' 95.10- 94.45 95.05 +.37
Jun 06 86.75 87.40 86.75 87.32 +.37
Aug06 85.75 86.40 85.65 86.35 +.52
Oct06 88.70 89.07 88.62 89.07 +.35
Dec 06 89.50 90.50 89.40 90:30 4.60
Est. sales 15,201. ThuSoa sales 18,356
ThusAvas open int. 197,947, +987
FEEDER CATTLE (CME)
50,000 lbs.- cents per Ib.
Jan06 114.50 115.30 114.25 115.25 +.52
Mar06 113.80 114.80 113.60-414.72...+.75
Apr06 113.35 115.00 113,35 115.00 +1.15
May06 112.70 114.00 112.70 114.00 +.90
Aug06 113.70 14"i-4 113.55 114.40 +.50
Sep06 112.72 1 i60 112.72 112,80 +.05
Oct06 111.50 111.80 111.50 111.80
Est. sales 2,959. Thus ss sales 2,210
ThuSes open int. 32,874, +281
HOGS-Lean (CME
40,000 Ibs.- cents per t1.
Feb06 64.95 65.47 64.75 65.27 +.25
Apr06 67.92 68.50 67.67 68:47 +.35
May 06 70.27 70.50 69.80 70.42 +.35
Jun06 71.75 72.50 71.55 72.32 +.55
Jul06 68.70 69.00 68.60 69.00 +.42
Aug 0 65.65 66.00 65.50 66.00 +.45
Oct06 58.00 58.20 57.80 58.05 +.12.
Esl. sales 9,401. ThuSss sales 14,782
ThuSas open int. 124,421, +2,738


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
Voyager 17.95 -.34 +5.5
RS Funds:
SEmGrnp 32.58 -.67 +0.4
RSNalRes np 32.65 +.06 +43.1
RSPartnes 33.01 -.07 +12.1
Value Fd 24.55 -.07 +12.0
Rainier Inv Mgt:
SmMCap 33.15 -.45 +17.4
RiverSource/AXP A:
BalancodA 9.87 -.09 +3.6
Discovery 9.50 -.16 +8.7
DEI 11.89 -.12 +13.2
DivrBd 4.80 -.01 +2.7
DivOppA 7.46 -.07 +7.1
EqtyValp 11.26 -.14 +11.6
GIblEqty 6.65 -.08 +18.4
Growth 2.81 -.39 +8.4
HIYIdBond 2.87 +.01 4.3
HIYIdTxExA 4.39 +.01 +3.1
Insr 5.35 +.01 +2.3
IndlSeValp 9.19 -.07 +19.9
LgCpEqAp 5.31 -.07 +5.8
Mass 5:32 +.01 +2.2
Mich 5.24 +.01 +2.7
MIdCapGrA 14.34 -.24 +9.6
MIdCpValp 8.38 -.09 +16.5
Minn 5.26 ... +2.3
NewD 19.71 -.28 +0.
NY 5.04 +01 +2.7
Ohio 5.25 ... +2.3
SDGovt 4.73 ... +1.3
SmColndex 8.28 -.15 +6.6
Stockp 20.26 -.29 +5.6
StrlgcAIA 10.11 -.09 +7.3
RlverSource/AXP B:
DivrEqlnct 11.89 -.13 +12.2
EqValp 11.28 -.15 +10.6
NewD t 18.35 -.27 0.0
RiverSource/AXPY:
NewDn'- 19.82 .-28 +1.0
Royce Funds:
LowPrSkr .15.53 -.09 +9.7
MlEroCapln 15.90 -.05 .5 i
Opplylr .12.29 -.10 -, .
PesnMul m 10.78 -.11 +12.5
Premiernr 16.86 -.08 +17.1
TotRellr 12.60 -.12 +8.1
Russell Funds S:
DlvBondS 23.37 -.01 +2.0
DivEqS 44.87 -.67 +7.5
EmerMkts 18.59 +.04 +32.1
InllSecS 67.49 -.27 +14.1-
MstratBondS 10.33 -.01 +2.4
QuantEqS 38.17 -.56 +6.1
RESecS 44.45 -.34 +12.7.
ShortDuraBdS18.66 ... +1.5
SpeclalGrS 50.28 -.82 +6.2
Russell Instil
Enir.l ..,66 -.46 +7.7
Eun,. ,j )i79 -.53 +6.6
i..iln I 98 -.16 +14.7
Russell LfePts C:
uBalStrCp. 11.21 -.07 +6.1
Russell LfePts Di
SBalStralp 11.28 -.08 +6.7
Rydex Advisor:
OTCn 10.58 -.24 +0.5
Rydex Investor:
JunoFd 18.23 -.01 -57
OTCn-. 11.00 -.25 +1.1
SEI Porrolios.
.: 1 .'. I, .': -.01 +2.4
,7,, ,.'.. li, r' -.01 +14.2
ETr.l ,,.. -.03 +31.6
EqlndxAnx 37.09 -.7.5 +4.5
HiYId n 8.39 ... +2.0
'InlMuniA 10.81 '+.01 .1 1
InllEqAnx 12.34 -.35 *-i
IntlFxAnx 10.71 -.41
LgCGroAnx 19.79 -.36 -
LgCValAnx 21.18 -.39 "
SmCGroAn 18.13 -.30 +3.4
SmCValAnx i;; -.30 +6.6
.TaxMgdLCX I -.22 +6.7
SSgA Funds.
EOt,.n.i i- +.04 +37.9
SP500n 20.55 -.33 4.6
SmCap 29.10 -.61 +5.4
STI Classic:
CapAppln 12.30 -.18 -1.4
CapAppAp 11.69 -.17 .. -2.0
-,-.ii: 11.00 -.16 -2.4
nmjini 16.75 +.01- +2.7
LCpVIEqA 1284 -.19 +3.2
A..'I. I.= l116.49 -.23 +9.5
j.'. IlJ : i1 23.66 -.39 +1.3
SmCapGrln 20.97 -.45 +7.7
TxSenGrlnp 25.28 -.42 +2.3
Salomon Brothers:
BalancBpe 12.84 -.23 *.i
Opport 51.11 -.27 -ii
Schroder Funds:
NAmEqlnvn 11.35 -.16 .+6.9
Schwab Funds:
InlSS r 17.78 -.08 +12.9
10001nvr 36.23 -.56 +5.9
1000Sel 36.22 -.55 +6.1
S&PInv 19.20 -.31 +4.5
S&PSeln '19;25 -:.31 +4.7
S&PlnslSel' 9.80 -.16 +4.8
SmCplnv 22.91 -.43 +4.4
SmCapSel 22.93 -.43 +4.6
TotBond 9.89 ... +2.9
YdPsSel 9.65 ... +3.4
Scudder Funds A:
CapGrth p 46.77 -.93 +7.9'
DrmHIRA 45.31 -.66 +7.7
FlgComAp 19,30 -21 +15.0
HlncA 5.38 +.01 +4.0
MgdMunlp: 9.12. +.02 +3.7
TechA" 11.66 -.24 +3.7
TotRetA 9.15 -.10 +3.9
I ... +2.5
Scudder Funds C:
il.,T.n i j: 6 -67 +6.9'
Scudder Funds S:
EmMkin 11.42 .+.04 +13.2
EmgMkGrnr 21.68 +.02 .+35.1
GIblBdSr 9.47 ... -1.3
GlobOis 39.06. +.32 +18.3
GlobalS 30.29 -.13 +23.5
Gold&Prec 19.42 +.50 +21.6
GrEurGro 29.83 -.08 +12.4
GrolncS 21.80 -.34 +5.8
HIYIdTxn 12.84 +.02 +5.6
Income S 12.70 -.01 +2.7
IntrTxAMT 11.21 +.02 +2.2
IntematlS 50.41 -.19 +16.3
LgCapValSr 21.72 31 +2.1
LgCoGron 25.33 -.52 +7.9
LiliT.... -.22 ,+52.8
M.j1r..:l *' Ilj t.02 A+4.0
MATFS 14.32 +.04 +3.1
Pi-.,.:... 16.12 +.19 +24.7.
mnin .ll i 6 9.94 -.01 +1.7
SmCbValSr 24.20 -.48 +1.9
Scudder Instl:
EqiySOIL -141.29 -2.28 +4.7
Selected Funds:
AmerShsD 40.23 -.55 +10.1
AmShsSp 40.24 -.55 +9.7
Seligman Group:
ComunAt 27.29 -.45 +7.4
FronlierAt 12.45 -.22 -4.1
FrntlerDt 10.89 -.18 -4.8
GlbSmCoA 16.68 -.09 -16.5
.l.l.r.,l 13.68 -.16 +8.2
l,- 2 .3.31 ... +1.5
Sentinel Group:
ComStkAp 29.88 -.47 +7.3
SmCoAp 7.35 -.10 +7.6
Sequoia 155.45 -1.14 +7.1
SitFunds:
LargeCpGrn 37.14 -.560 +9.6
Smith Barney A:
AgGrAp 107.11 -1.78 +12.3
ApprApx 14.42 -.21 +3.9
FdValApx 14.62 -.26 +4.0
HilncAtx 6.74 -.04 +2.6
InllAIICpGrApx12.70 -.22 +11.9.
LgCapGAp 22.99 -.48 +4.9
MgMuApx 15.34 -.02 +2.9
SBCapIncAx 17.12 -.15 +7.2.
Smith Bamey B&P:
AgGrBt 95.80 -1.60 +11.4
ApprBt 14.09 -.16 +3.1
FdValBt 13.70 -.18 .+3,2:
LgCapGBt 21.61 -.46 +4.1
SBCaplnctx 16.99 -.14 + .6.
SmithBamey C:
AggGrC 96.47 -1.61 +11.5
FdValC 13,70 -.18 +3.2.
LgCapCp 21.60 -.46 +4.1
Smith Barney 1:
DIvStrallx 16.32 -.29 -1.0
Grolnc x 15.66 -.27 +3,5


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
Smith BameyY:
AggGroYt 111.34 -1.83 +12.7
LgCapGroY 23.71 -.51 +5.3
SoundShnx 36.63 -3.04 +6.5
St FarmAssoc:
Balann 50.42 -.47 +3.7
Gwthn 49.46 -.74 +4.5
Stratton Funds:
Dividendn 34.35 -.46 +3.9
Growth 44.35 -.65 +14.7
SmCap 43.28 -.69 +11.0
SunAmerica Funds:
USGvB1 9.36 -.01 +2.1
SunAmerica Focus:
FLgCpAp 18.79 -.36 ,+5.9
TCW Galileo Fds:
DivFocusedx 11.59 -.20 +2.8
SelEqly 20.31 -.57 +3.4
ValueOppx 22.01 -2.02 +6.3
TCW Galileo N:
SelEqtyNp 19.66 -.56 +3.1
TD Waterhouse Fds:
ow30FdO ... 0.0
TIAA-CREF Funds:
BondPlus 10.13 ... +2.6
Eqtylndex 8.96 -.14 +5.7
Groinc 12.81 -.22 +6.2
GroEqly 9.61 -.19 +5.0
HIYIdBond 9.07 +.03 +2.7
IntlEqty 12.02 -.04 +14.3
MgdAllc 11.37 -.09 +5.2
SlitTrmBond 10.33 ... +1.6
SocChcEqty 9.67 -.16 +6.4
TaxExBond 10.72 +.03 +2.2
Tamarack Funds:
EnterSmCp 27.97 -.34 -2.8
Value 38.53 -.59 +1.1
Templeton Instit:
EmMSp 18.93 +.03 +28.7
ForEqS 22.31 -.05 +13.6
Third Avenue Fds:
Intlr 1 n ,
al-l .i', I :r -. i'i ia.
u:.I :, ,. 24.45. -.22 .1
s 54.78 -.49 +16.6
Thompson Plumb:
Growth 44.28 -.58 -2.5
Thornburg Fds:
InuValAp 2346 -.14 +17.5
IntlValuel 23.89 -.14 +18.0
LtdMunAp 13.54 +.01 +1.2
ValueAtx 33.58 -.45 +9.4
Thrivent Fds A:
. ,. 1...1 5.06 ... +3.7
I,, .., 8.61 ... +2.0
LgCapStockx 26.40 -.58 +5.0
MIdCapStk 17.02 -.26 +16:2
MunlBdx 41.36 +.01 +3.1
Torrsy Funds:
.".i-. .: -.62 +2.0
TA IDEX A:
FedTxExAp ... p'0:0
S -.23 +9.2
..' _i r -.25 +5.9,
TrConHYBp 9.04 +.03 +29
TAFexlncop 9.40 +01 +1.6
TA IDEX C:
AsAIModGIi 11.89 -.10. +7.1
Tumer Funds:
MidcpGwth 27.37. -.42 +12.0
,T.:,,,-nr, -.50 +.55
Tweedy Browne:
GlobValx 26.40 -.30 +15.4
UBS Funds CI A:
,..i, 10.79 -.04 NS
z ,zi. ., I 13.40 -.10 +6.2
UBS Funds Ci C:
,,:n.,ir.n;, i i n1i -.10 +5.5
UBS PACE Fds P:
L'.:Ill,+'. I, .. 6 -,26 +5.2
L,: C.- r. "i,-1 -.29 +10.6
UMB Scout Funds:
World 28.2 -.04 +19.7
US Global Inveslors"
5,.7, .,: 1 -.47 +11.7
EslnEurop 39.50 +.10 +41.7
GIbRson 14.29 +.02 +50.0
GldShr 10.70' +33.1
USChlna 7.72 I +19.4
WldPrMdnn 20.32 +.91 +32.0
USAA Group:
,. I. ir... 31.34 -.56 +6:8
s, -.6. 11.14 +.3 +4.0
ComstStrnx 25.89 -.35 +5.4
GNMA 9.59 -.01 +2.8
.: Ti.i ,, 14.36 -.16 +7.0
,'.ir..1. 15.22 -.27 +9.3
Gr&Inc nx 1646 -.28 +6.7
IncStknx 15.20 -.29 +5.7
Income n 12.20 -.05 +3.1
Intl nx 23.34 -.23 +12.6
NYBdn 11.99 +.03 +3.9
PrecMM 21.18 +.50 +39.9
S 'l .. .', 18.70 -.39 +4.6
,..,Ti.' 10.56 -.21 +11.0
ShtTBnd n 8.84 -.01 +2.3
SmlCapStkn 13.59 -.18 +7.7
TxEITn 13.17 +.02 +3.2
TxELTn :14.06 +.03 +4.0
TxEShn 10.62 +1.8
VABd -11.62 +.02 +3.1
WIdGrnx 17.83 -.19 +7.6
Value Line Fd:
L- : uir... : -.53 +10.1
Van Kamp Funds A:
CATFA pe 18.54 .-.19 +3.5
CmstAp. 17.81 -.22 +4.0
CorpBdAp 6.62 -.01 +2.7
EmGroAp 41.64 .-.69 +7.5
EntAp 13.20 -.21 +7.3
EqtylncAp 8.68 8 +7.8
E ..:l. ..- IL '+7.0
+,.. 1 9
5.'; 1+3:0
,"..ci.. ::' -.25 +918
..,I .. n1 -,10 .+0.5
i. nl.i n : ';2 .. +1.0
HYMuA'p 10.93 +.02 +7.9
InTFApe 18.47 -.33 +3.7
MunlnAp 14.67 +.04 +3.6
PATFApe 17.33 -.02 .+3.9
PaceFndAp 10:54 -.23 +15.1
StrMunlne 1326 +.02 +6.9
USMtgeAx 13.63 -.05 +2.3
l.lililtyp 180? -.17 +14.8
Van Kamp Funds B:
,:.T,.r I 'ki l -.23 +3.3
EmGrBt 35.49 -.60 +6.7
EnterpBt 12.03 -.18 +6.6
EqlncBt 8.55 -.07 +7:1
GrIncBt- .i.' :r +9.
,HYMuBt 1:".'. . +7.1
r.1,'.'..i.. 14.63 +.04 +2.7
: 1~ ,li-e 17.28 -.02 +3.2
i.l.i...,: 13.26 +.03 +6.2
.i .I l.: 13.58 -.04 +1.5
UtilB 18.78 -.18 +13.9
Van Kamp Funds C:
CommStkC 17.82 -.23 +3.3
EqlncCt 8.58 -.08 +7.0
Vanguard Admiral:
AssetAdmln 56.88 -.92 +5.0
BalAdmlnx- 19.82 -.34. +4.7
CAITAdmn 11.00 +.02 +2.0
CALTAdme 1130 ... +3.9
CpOpAdln 76.31 -.75 +8.2
Energy n 105.25 -.95 +45.1
EqlncAdml 47.77 -.65 +4.4
EuropAdml 65.05 -.38 +9.1
ExplAdmi x 69.91 -7.29 +9.3
ExntdAdmn 34.28 -.46 +10.3
FLLTAdmne 11.64 -.02 +2.8
500Admlnx 114.92 -2.48 +4.7
GNMAAdmn 10.30 ... .+3.6
GrolncAdmx 52.08 -1.36 +5.9
GrwthAdmln 27.54 -.50 +5.0
HlthCaren 58.86 -.88 +15.2
HiYIdCpn 6.17 +.01 +2.9
SHiYdAdmn 10.80 +.02 +4.5
InsdLTAdmne12.63 -.01 +3.6
ITBondAdml 10.36 -.01 +2.1
ITsryAdnmlne 10.93 -.06 +2.7
IntlGrAdmlx 66.81 -2.54 +15.4
ITAdmIn 13.33 +.02 +2.4
ITCoAdmnl' 9,78 -.01 +2.4
LtdTrmAdm 10.71 ... +1.3
LTi.,- 1.71 9.52 +.01 +5.9
LinTOr...- 11.27 -.02 +3.3
.Cr.l, r.I.. 79.98 -.97 +14.1
MorgAdm 54.92 -.88 +9.3
NJLTAdne 11.83 -.04 +3.1
NYLTAdme 11.2 -.04 +3.,0
PrmCapr 67.77 -.85 +8.5
PacifAdml 74.22 -.32 +23.5
PALTAdmne 11.36 -.01 +2.9
REITAdmIr 84.48 -.99 +11.8


Exp. Open High Low Settle Chg

GOLD (COMX)
100 troy oz.- dollars per troy oz.
Jan06 512.00 517.10 512.00 517.10 +1.40
Feb06 518.10 520.00 514.70 518.90 +1.40.
Mar06 521.20 519.70 521.20
Apr06 522.60 524.50 519.80 523.40 +1.50
Jun06 527.00 528.20 524.10 527.70 +1.50
Aug06 530.60 532.10 530.60 532.10 +1.50
Oc1 06 536.00 536.60 536.00 536.60 +1.50
Est, sales .... Thue/s sales 36,273
Thusis open int. 321,167, -815
SILVER (COMX)
5,000 troy oz.- cents per troy oz.
Jan 06 882.0 882.0 882.0 882.0 +.8
Feb 06 885.9 885.9 885.9 885.9 +.8
Mar06 888.5 899.0 883.0 889.0 +.8
May 06 894.5 905.0 890.5 896.0 +.8
Jul06 912.0 913.0 899.5 903.0 +1.0
Sep06 917.0 917.0 909.1 909.1 +1.0
Dec06 915.0 927.5 913.0 916.8 +1.0
Est. sales.... Thu'ss sales 15,178
ThuSr s open Int. 131,822, -667
HI GRADE COPPER (COMX)
25,000 Ibs.- cents per lb.
Jan06 215.80 216.15 214.70 216.15 -.30
Feb06 210.90 211.10 209.10 210.20 -.85
Mar06 204.45 205.50 202.50 204.20 -.35
Apr06 200.80 201.80 200.40 201.80 +.05
May06 196.80 199.00 196.80 198.35 -.20
Jun06 196.10 196.10 196.10 196.10 -.20
JuI06 191.80 193.80 191.80 193.00 -.20
Est. sales.... Thuias sales 8,618
Thuaeis open Int. 103,565, -12
EURODOLLARS (CME)
$1 mlllion-pts ol 100 pct.
Jan06 95.397 95.402 95.397 95.400 +.002
Feb06 95.300 95.300 95.300 95.300 -.005
Mar06 95.240 95.250 95.220 95.225 -.010
Apr06 95.190 95.190 95.190 95.190 -.015
May06 95.175 95.175 95.175 95.175 -.010
Jun06 95.165 95.185 95.150 95.155 -.010
Sep06 95.175 95.205 95.155 95.160 -.015
Es sales 103,903. Thu'les sales 779.640
Thuhss open Int. 8,501,408, +12.869
LUMBER (CME)
110,000 bd. .- per 1,000 bd. t.
Jan 06 363.9 366.5 359.0 359.0 -3.0
Mar06. 374.5 379.0 363.7 366.7 -5.8
May06 361.3 363.8 361.0 362.8 +2,9


Exp. Open High Low Settle Chg

Ju106 357.0 357.0 354.6 354.6 -1.9
Sep06 355.0 355.0 353.6 354.9
Es. sales 1,436. Thutmes sales 1,194
Thu'mes open int. 5,571, -2
NATURAL GAS (NYMX)
10,000 mm btues, $ per mm btu
Feb06 11.170 11.380 10.880 11.225 +.002
Mar06 11.330 ,11.470 11.000 11.359 +.013
Apr06 10.250 10.400 10.080 10.359 +.053
May06 10.170 10.300 10.016 10.289 +.078
Jun06 10.232 10.329 10.083 10.329 +.080
Jul06 10.277 10.379 10.123 10.379 +.082
Aug06 10.321 10.424 10.150 10.424 +.082
Est. sales.... Thu/eMs sales 33,085
Thus ss open Int 538,998, +290
UNLEADED GASOLINE (NYMX)
42,000 gal, cents per gal
Jan06 165.19 172.00 162.50 171.00 +5.76
Feb06 167.38 173.20 164.61 172.74 +5.42
Mar06 169.50 175.50 167.20 174.80 +5.05
Apr06 177.50 182.65 175.65 182.65 +4.60
May06 178.60 185.25 177.75 184.45 +4.45
Jun06 179.59 185.65 179.28 185.65 +4.30
Jul06 181.50 186.05 181.50 186.05 +4.05
Est. sales .... Thuars sales 53,710
Thuai2es open Int. 137,335, -4,110
HEATING OIL (NYMX)
42,000 gal, cents per gal
Jan 06 170.50 176.00 168.00 172.80 +2.51
Feb06 173.07 179.50 171.25 .176.91. +3.67.
Mar06 175.59 181.25 173.25 179.13 +3.52
Apr06 175.14 178.43 172.70 178.43 +3.22
May06 172.40 179.00 170.00 176.33 +3.37
Jun06 172.25 175.73 171.60 175.73 +3.42
Ju106 173.30 176.83 171.55 -176.83 +3.47
Est. sales .... ThuSss sales 49,820
Thus ns open Int. 167,977, -3,970
LIGHT SWEET CRUDE (NYMX)
1,000 bbl.- dollars per bbl.
Feb06 60.39 61.25 59.73 61.04 +.72
Mar'06 60.90 62.00 60.37 61.90 +.98
Apr06 61.37 62.40 60.84 62.35 +.98
May06 61.73 62.75 61.18 62.70 +.98
Jun06 62.05 .63.00 61.47 63.00 +.98
Jul06 62.03 63.45 61.83 63.25 +.97
Aug 06 62.49 63.47 62.49 63.47 +.96
Est. sales.... Thueva sssales 124,831
Thumss open Int. 824,047, +2,709


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
STsryAdml 10.33 -.01 +1.9
STBdAdmln 9.92 -.01 +1.4
ShtTrmAdm 15.53 ... +1.7
STFedAdm 10.26 ... +1.9
STIGrAdm 10.51 -.01 +2.4
SmlCapAdml n28.53 -.45 +7.3
TxMCaprx 60.00 -1.62 +7.5
.TxMGrlncrx 55.80 -1.21 +4.8
TtBdAdmln 10.06 ... +26
TotStkAdmrn 30.00 -.47 +5.9
USGroAdml nx46.48 -.97 +11.2
ValueAdmln 22.29 -.29 +7.1
WellslAdmn 51.04 -.24 +3.7
WellnAdm nx 52.43 -2.64 +7.0
/l,,.1.:.?.. t r -.73 +5.0
t,' ,."1,i, t;' -.70 +7.0
Vanguard Fds:
AssetAn 25.33 -.41 +4.9
CAITn 11.00 +.02 +1.9
CALTne 11.70 ... +3.9
CapOppn 33.03 -.32 +8.1
'Convtnx 13.40 -66 +6.6
DvidendGro 12.42 --18 +4.1
Energy 56.05 -.50 +45.0
Eqlncn 22.79 -.31 +4.3
Explorernx 75.11 -7.69 +9.1
FLLTne 11.64 -.02 +2.7
GNMAn 10.30 ... +3.4
GlobEqn 19.51 -.13 +11.8
Groiacnx 31.89 -.81 +5.7
GrowthEq 10.42 -.18 +7.7
HYCorpn 6.17 +.01 +2.8
HfthCaren 139.45 -2.09 +15.1
InflaPronx 12.16 -.30 +2.8
InlExpIr n 17.92 +.09 +20.7
IntlGrx 21.00 -.77 +15.2
IntlValn 34.82 -.22 +18.0
ITI Grads 9.78 -.01 +2.2
ITTsryn 10.93 -.06 +2.5
LIFEConnx 15.49 -.28 +4.5
Li.E.-... 21.00 -.51. +6.8
Li ti... .. 13.49' -.22 +3.3
LIFCMoanx 18.47 -.45 +5.7
LTlnGraden 9.52 +.01 +5.8
LT'sryne 11.55 -.09 +7.2
Morgann 17.71 -.29 +9.0
MuHYn 10.80 +.02 +4.4
MulsLgne 12.63 -.01 +3.5
Mulntn 13.33 +.02 +2.3
MuLtd n 10.71 ... +1.2
MuLongne 11.27 -.02 +3.2
MuShrtn 15.53 ... +1.6
NJLTne 11.83 -.04 +3.1
NYLTne 11.28 -.04 +3.0
OHLrxE ne 11.98 -.06 +2.8
PALTne 11.36 -.01 +2.8
PrecMllsMIn r23.20. -65 +44.5
PrmCporernx211.41 -.20 +12.0
Prmcpr 65.31 -.82 +6.3
SelValur 18.86 -.10 +10.6
STARnx 19.60 -.49 +7.5
STIGrade 10.51 -.01 +2.3
STFed n 10.26 .. +1.8
STTsryn 10.33 -.01 +1.8
StratEqn .21,93 -.34 +10.0
TgtRet2015x 11.46 -.33 "'+4.
TgtRet2025x 11.77 -.33 +5.4
TgtRet2035x !2.26 -.34 +6.3
TxMCAp nx 29.80 -.80 +7.4
TxMGIrx 27.15 -.59 +4.7
TaxMngdlnlm1ll.48. -.31 +13.6
TaxMgdSC rx 22.70 -.61 +7.7
USGroMnx 17.95 -.34 +10.9
USViluen 13.48 -.18 +6.3
Wellslyn .21.07 -.10 +3.6
Welltn nx 30.35 -1.52 + 6.
Wndsrn' 17.156' -.22 4.9
Wndslln 31.33 -.40 +6.9
Vanguard Idx Fds.
500nx 114.92 -2.40 +4.6
Balancednx 19.81' -.35 +4.6
DevMknx '10:21 -.286 +13.3
EMn 19.07- 01 33.0
Europen 7 -.16 +5.0
Extendn r :i -.47 +10.1
Growth i 27.54 -.50 +4.9
ITBondn 10.36 -.01 +2.1
L.j id l.1 22.38 -.35 +5.5
L ,1I.ii'.Ii 11.84 .01t +5.9
MidCap 17.63 -.21 +14.0
Pacificn 11.34 -.05 +23.4
REITr '19.60 -.23 +11.7
SmCapn 28.52 -.46 +7.2
SmlCpGrbw 16.43 -.28 +6.4
SmlCapVal 14.56 -.22 +6.0
STBondn 9.92' -.01 +1.3
TotBondn- 10.06 ... +2.5
Tolllnlnx 14.27 -.35 .+15.8
ToiSt n 30.00 -.46 +5.8
Valirin 1290 -.29 +7.0
Vanguaro InSl Fds:
Bin,, i'.. lr: -.35 .+4.8
DevMktlnstnx 10.12 -.28 +13.6
EuroInslln 27.72 -.16 +9.2
Exrlln 34.29 -.46 +10.3
Growhlns l 27.54 -.50 .+5.0
InfPmlnst nx 9.73 -.24 +3.0
Instldxnx 114.01 -. +4.8
InsPInx' 114.01 -. +4.8
TotllBddxn 50.79- -.04 +2.7
InstTStPlus 27.00 -.42 +6.0
MldCaplnstl n 17.67 -.22 +14.1
Paclnstln 11.35 -.05 +23.5
SmCpIlnn 28.54 -.46 +7.4
TBlstn 10.06 ... +2.7
TSInstIn 30.00 -47 +6.0
Valuelnstlln 22.29 -.2 +7:1
Vahtagepoint Fdsa: _-
AggrOpp :..,-11.6 -11,; +13.2
CoreBondldxlx 9.90 -.04 +22.
Eqty!ncA 8.87 -.11 +5.6
Growth n 8.70 -.13 +4.6
GrowInc- 10.64 -.169 +5.9
MPLongTerGr1x22.16--.59 +7.1
MPTradGrwthx22.46 -.63 +5.7
VictoryFunds:
nDvsStAx 16.94 -.20 +9.3
WM Blair Fds Inst:
IntlGrwth 18.11 +.05 +22.8
WM Blair Mtt Fds:
InlGnrwthl r 25.55 '+.07 +22.1
WMGrp of Fds A:
EqtylncApx 19.98 -.36 +9.3
WM Str Asset Mgmt:
BalancedApx 13.63 -.25 +.2
BalancedBtx 13.61 1 -.22 +4.4
ConGrwBts 14.69 .-.28 +5.4
ConGrwApx 15.13 -.30 +6.2
StratGrApx 16.61 -.29 +6.9
Waddell & ReedAdv:
Accumul v 6.77 -.10 +10.7
AsselSt 9.06 -.06 +24.0
CorelnvA 6.15 -.09 +8.6
HIghlnc 7.31 +.01 +2.2
NwCcplAp 10.16 -.19 +11.6
SoTechA 11.10 -.20 +17.1
,VanguardA 9,43 -.19 +14.9
Wasatch:
CorGrth x 40.76 -4.59 +3.3
SmCapGrthe 36.70 -5.35 +4.9
Weltz Funds:
PatValx .22.77 -.60 -2.5
Value nx 35.42 -1.23 -2.9
Wells Fargo Ad Adm:
'Index 50.07 -.61 +4.5
ToRtBdl 12.15 -.02. +2.4
Wells Fargo Adv A:
AsetAlIIA 20.02 -26 +4.9
Wells Fargo Adv: -
CmStkZ 21.77 -.21 +12.0
GovSecn 10.46 -.02 +2.3
Growthlnvn 21.09 -.46 +8.7
Opptntylnvn 44.67 -.48 +7.1
SCapValZp 30.17 -.14 +15.0
UStStlnv 9.15 ... +3.5
Wells Fargo Admin:
DvrsEql 37.90 -.54 +6A
GrlhBaln -29.13 -.34 +4.7
LgCorG 49.24 -.92 +5.6
Western Asset:
CorePlusx 10.37 -.06 +2.1
Core 11.21 .-.02 +2.1
Weslport Funds:
SelectCple 24.52 -2.29 +8.9
William Blair N:
GrowthN 11.33 -.20 +9.6
InlGthN 25.22 +.06 +21.7
Yacltman Funds:
Fundpx 14.67 -.56 -1.4


FUTURES









Promotional information from the Citrus County Chamber of Commerce


SUNDAY


chamberr


connection


JANUARY 1, 2006

ormud m o m


January luncheon

to be held at new

venue, week earlier
This month's Citrus County Chamber of
Commerce luncheon will be held a week early
due to the Manatee Festival slated for Jan. 14
and 15.
Come join us on Jan. 6 at 11:45 a.m. at a brand
new location Seven Rivers Golf & Country
Club, 7395 W Pinebrook St in Crystal River
Guest speaker will be Dr. Hoffman from'
Fakhoury Chiro-
practic Center. E WHAT: Monthly
Make your reser-
vations today to luncheon.
join us. WHEN: 11:45 a.m,
Call 795-3149 to Friday Jan. 6.
reserve your spot
and remember, the 0 WHERE: Seven
price is $14 at the Rivers Golf &
door. Country Club.
-Also remember,
if you show up 0 RESERVATIONS:
without a reserva- Call 795-3149.
tion, the price will
be $17, if there is
.space available.
Another reminder: If you cannot make the
luncheon, please cancel before 10 a.m. the day
of the luncheon or we must bill you.
Thank you for your cooperation and we hope
to see you there.


Chronicle file photo
Even manatees themselves enjoyed last year's festival. The 2006 Manatee Festival will be Jan. 14 and 15.


Manatee


Festival


will be


Jan. 14, 15

Downtown Crystal River
will come alive with delicious
food, fine arts, many craft
booths and boat rides for this
year's Manatee Festival, to;be
staged from 10 a.m. to 5 pnm.
Jan. 14, and from noon to 4 p.m.
Jan. 15.
Entertainment will be held
both days, featuring a "sounds
like Buffett to me" contest on
Saturday.
Children's activities will
take place both days as well.
Park at the mall for free and
take a complimentary bus ride
to the gate!
Watch for more details in
next week's Chaimber Con-
nection.
Be sure to mark your calen-
dars for this annual event


Member News


Worried about getting the flu,
but haven't got your flu shot
yet? Better hurry!
One thousand flu shots, free
to Medicare recipients, are
available on a first-come, first-
served basis.
Don't wait When these are
gone, they are gone.
Shots will be given at B & W
REXALL DRUG & RESTAU-
RANT in the Citrus Plaza next
to Save-A-Lot on U.S. 41 south
in Inverness.
SShots will be available from
10 am. to noon, and front I to 4
p.m. on Tuesday (Jan. 3),
Wednesday (Jan. 4) and
Thursday (Jan. 5).
For more information, call
726-1555.
The CRYSTAL RIVER


POWER SQUADRON will have
a one-day boating safety course
called "Boat Smart" from 8
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (includes
lunch) on Saturday, Jan. 21.
Class will be held at the
squadron building, 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
22who operate a vessel wiq 10
horsepower or more.
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-


Chamber Staff

Kitty Barnes ...... ................. Executive Director
Suzanne Clemente ............Inverness Office Manager and
Special Events Coordinator
Debi Shields ..................Crystal River Office Manager
Chamber Connection Newspaper Editor
Marion Elson ................ .Office Assistant (Homosassa)
Diane McInnis .................Office Assistant (Crystal River)
Diane Nally .............. ........Office Assistant (Inverness)
Sarah Marx ................ .Office Assistant (Crystal River)

Inverness ..................... .................726-2801
Homosassa ................. ................. 628-2666
Crystal River ......... ........................795-3149.
www.citruscountychamber.com





Annual maintenance is cheaper than $ 6 00
the cost of repairs that could have pe
been avoided. Start the year off right s 'ysem
and schedule your Carrier Factory Expires 1/31/06
Authorized Precision Test, Tune & .
Cleaning now. f Fe '
AU HORZED r
DEALER
AIR CONDITIONING
T h &HEATING '
k t ~ Turn to the Experts


Best wishes for a
prosperous, successful
New Year from your
Chamber board,
staff and
ambassad

hour class includes such topics
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
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.
Make safety afloat a part of


your boat. Sign up now. For
more information and to regis-
ter, call Bill Foster at 563-2114.
SNearly everyone has experi-
enced a significant loss in his
or her life. For some, the griev-
ing process goes smoothly, but
for many others, the time fol-
lowing the loss of a loved one is
often confusing and frustrat-
ing. We are left wonderingjfwe
are abnormal in our ability to
"get over it" and move on.
In an effort to make the
grieving process less of a mys-
tery, CENTRAL FLORIDA
COMMUNITY COLLEGE and
HOSPICE OF CITRUS COUN-
TY have teamed up to offer a
seminar, "Good Grief."'
Jonathan Beard, Wings grief
support team manager, willN
present the information.
Designed as an educational
tool, "Good Grief" will explore
the various aspects of grief:
what it is, what it isn't and why
it is normal.
Helpful hints will be .pre-
sented to guide participants
through the journey of grief
and loss and to find new mean-
ing in their lives by looking
back, then forward and turning
their experiences into good
grief.
."Good Grief" will be held


from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Thursday
for four weeks beginning Jan. 9
at the CFCC campus in,
Lecanto. Cost of the course will
be $19.
This seminar is open to any-
one who feels this information
would be beneficial. Parti-
cipants do not need to be
Hospice families.
SFor registration, call Amy
Prodan at 746-6721, Ext 6140.
The CENTRAL FLORIDA
COMMUNITY COLLEGE CIT-
RUS COUNTY CAMPUS will
offer two courses designed to'
help those strugglingwith their.
digital cameras.
Basic Digital Imaging will be
held from 6 to 9 p.m. on two
Monday, Jan. 16 and 23.
Participants will learn how
to manipulate digital photos,
save photos to a variety of
media and e-mail photos to
family and friends. The course
cost $35.
Hands-On Digital Camera
will be held from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
each Thursday from Jan. 19
through Feb. 2.
This course is designed to
help students improve the
quality of photos they take with
their personal digital cameras.
Students will learn their cam-
era's capabilities beyond its


automatic settings. The course
cost $55.
Both courses will be held at
the CFCC Citrus County
Campus, 3800 S. Lecanto Hwy.
For registration or more infor-
mation, call Amy Prodan at
249-1210.
Realtor Cheryl Nadal has
passed another milestone in
her real estate career. She
recently passed the $6 million
mark in closed sales volume.
Cheryl is an agent in the
Crystal River office of RElMAX
REALTY ONE and invites all
of her past clients to visit her
there.
The sales team of Len
Palmer and John Agnitch have
also posted some tremendous
sales numbers this year.
With well over 13 million in
sales volume, the pair has
closed more than many local
companies this year. They both
have worked very hard to take
great care of their customers to
assure that their transactions
go smoothly.
They lead their family's team
in the Central Ridge office of
RE/MAX Realty One.
The brokers, associates 4nd
staff of RE/MAX Realty One
congratulate Cheryl, Len and
John on their successes.
li


ERA American Realty & Investments


A-VEDA


At Aveda Concept Salons,
fresh new talent connects
you with the latest tends
in cut, color and style.
Personalized service with
pure plant based
products care for you
and the Earth. Book
your appointment
today before
everyone else does.


ABITAQt PARIQ Day 6pa a alonen


Hwy. 44 Crystal River Next to Publix Plaza 563-001 I


Special to the Chronicle
Recently, the Citrus County Chamber of Commerce welcomed Mike Gaouette from ERA American Realty & Investments as a new mem-
ber with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Pictured above, from left, front row, are: Carl Flanagan, chamber director; Nancy Coffey, chamber
ambassador; Mike Gaouette; Sheryl Gaouette; and Rhonda Lestinsky, chamber ambassador. Back row, from left, are: Paul Mellini; Kitty
Barnes, chamber executive director; Jackie Marx, chamber ambassador; Larry Blanken, chamber ambassador; Pete Burrell, chamber
ambassador and director; Curtis Peters, chamber ambassador; and John Porter, chamber ambassador. Mike Gaouette works out of the
Beverly Hills office of ERA American Realty & Investments at 4007 N. Lecanto Hwy. Mike invites you to contact him for all of your real
estate needs. He can be reached at 746-3600 or 476-4536. His e-mail is michael.gaouette@era.com, or visit his Web site at
www.buyERA.com.


connect with style.









Promotional information from the Citrus County Chamber of Commerce





numberr Connection


5D

SUNDAY
JANUARY 1, 2006


Coming soon to your chamber


Benefits the likes of which you have
never before witnessed are on tap for our
Citrus County Chamber of Commerce


members only!
Watch for the kick-off of this new bene-
fits program. Read all about it in the


members only!
Sunday Chamber Connection on Jan. 15.
New year, new choices, and if you aren't
one already, it's time to be a new member.


-Friends of the Citrus County Library Inc.


-- -- i ,
--II - "




JIM SHIELDS/Special to the Chronicle
JZ Recently, the Citrus County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to welcome the Friends of the Citrus County Library
\9,System Inc. as a new member. Pictured above, from left, front row, are: Rhonda Lestinsky, chamber ambassador; Julie Asbury, direc-
:' tor; Betty Smyth, director; Lynne Bode; Judy Rose; Leslie Fraze, president; Sue Haderer, director; Meredith Paine, director; Sandy Price,
-vice president; Myrna Massey; Nancy Coffey, chamber ambassador; Joanie West, chamber ambassador; and John Porter, chamber
- ambassador. Back row, from left, are: Jean Racine; Jackie Dean, secretary; Jackie Marx, chamber ambassador; Roseann Strawn, cham-
ber ambassador; and Kitty Barnes, chamber executive director. In 2001, three Friends of the Library groups (from Central Ridge, Coastal
&fRegion andLakes Region libraries) joined together to form the Friends of the Citrus County Library System Inc. (FOCCLS), a not-for-prof-
" it organization that raises funds for the three libraries and the Citrus County Library System. At the Historic Hernando School, FOCCLS
', manages the Book House, where donated books are sorted, priced and packed for FOCCLS' semi-annual book sales. For information or
n to volunteer to help at the Book House, contact Sandy Price at 527-2974, Sue Haderer at 746-1334 or Meredith Paine at 795-5384.

All About Toy Trains ' .
i All AbOut Toy Trains


Citrus County Chamber of

Commerce Board of Directors

James Holder ... ..... .,.... ........ .... ... AmSouth Bank
President
Kevin Cunningham ..................RE LAN 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
Karen 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 ................ ... .H6mosassa Springs Bank
Frances Roberts ..........Best Western -Crystal River Resort
Don Sutton ............. ......... Associate Member
Don Taylor......... ......... Progress Energy Florida Inc.
Rob Wardlow ..........Williams, McCranie, \Wardlo\\ & Cash
Janice Warren ........................... ...Tax Collector
Rick Welch ............... ......Welch Cabinet & Appliances
Chet White ......................... .Stanley Steemer


Chiropractic Care
Complete Fitness Center
Occupational/Rehab Therapy
Massage
AquaBed Therapy
At the Neck and Back Care Center,
Neck a Back Care Center we provide relief for-
V Undematndingoand Cormcotg Mhe Source of yourfn" Auto Accident Injuries
Work Injuries
Jeffery S. Kinnard DC Anthony B. Oliverio DC Headaches
o Numbness/Tingling
527-5433 563-5055 Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Beverly Hills Crystal River Shoulder, Hip and Knee Pain
in the inn Dixie Shopping Center nextto the Boy's & Gi/'s Club Arthritis Pain .


JIM SHIELDSIte:o3l I r then Cniro.ci
I Recently, the Citrus County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for All About Toy Trains to welcome them as a new
I'- member. Pictured above, front row, from left, are: Rhonda Lestinsky, chamber ambassador; Dina Adelberg, owner; Richard Adelberg,
.; owner: and Joanie West, chamber ambassador. Back row, from left, are: Larry Blanken, chamber ambassador; Mike Gudis, chamber
ambassador: Kitty Barnes, chamber executive director: and John Porter, chamber ambassador. All About Toy Trains will buy your old
. toy trains, by the single piece or whole collection. Currently, post-war and pre-war, modern era LTI and American Flyer pieces are want-
.ed! They also repair trains and sell parts. Looking for something you cannot find? Call them first they have the best stock of hard-
to-find items! Visit their Web site at www.allabouttoytrains.com or call them at 795-6556. They are at 6843 N. Citrus Ave., Crystal
SRiver.


Chamber Ambassadors

Revna Bell __ Charles Richer -
;'Associate Member Visit US online at Canadian Meds
SLarry Blanken- W Lillian Smith -
sbi,,Lawrence Consulting www.citruscountychamber.com Mary Ka


-1' r'Pete Burrell -
'" 'Citrus County Chronicle
isr Nancy Coffey -
sri Associate Member
[- Mike Gudis -
Mike Gudis,
EA, CEP, CSA253


David Heinz -
Heinz Funeral Home
Kandy Kremnentz -
OSO Pure Shaklee Products
Rhonda Lestinsky -
Nature Coast Bank


Jackie Marx -
Regions Bank
Renee Melchionne -
Team Spirit
Chuck Morgan -
Chuck Morgan IncJ
Raymond James


Betty Murphy -
Manatee Office Supplies
Curtis Peters -
Holcim (US) Inc.
John Porter -
Porter's Locksmithing


Rosann Strawn -
All American Mortgage
Joanie West -
Eternal Ascent Society
Donna Wyatt -
JDP Kennel


p~----------- ---"
7"Focused training and countless surgeries have
made Dr. Ward a Premier Cataract Surgeon."
Dr. Christopher Ward
Board Certified American Osteopathic Board of Ophthalmology and Otorhinolaryngology
Board Certified National Board of Examiners for Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons
Dr. Ward is an accomplished surgeon and has chosen to devote much of
his practice to the study and advancement of cataract surgery. Your
surgery will be as precise and safe as possible. The doctor will tailor
each surgery to the exact specifications needed for each patient.
Customized service is the specialty of Ward Eye Center, so we
hope you'll consider us for your
cataract surgery and all
your vision needs


>NePaients, e Center
,.,..Q.CA .r..Q.


~


".7 c ber: of C -e
itius C u tv Cham ommerce oliiosassa:


F~C~&"~~









o ou1NUl AC .JANIRY ,1,VV


STBUSINESS


Business DIGEST


New ABWA members for December


Special to the Chronicle
Five new members became affiliated with the American Business Woman's Association, Manatee Charter Chapter, in December.
New members and their sponsors are, from left: Lori White, sponsor, April Robinson, new member; Evelyn Walker, sponsor, Candy
Murphy, new member; Jessica Sartin, new member, Patricia Woessner, sponsor; Jean O'Sullivan, sponsor, Bonnie Verlato, new
member; and Linda Evans, new member, Diane Elswick, sponsor. ABWA meets the second Monday of the month at the
American Legion in Crystal River. For information, call Diane Elswick at 563-2933.


Career Choice Uniforms 1120 Sterling Road, in Powell
h rSquare in Inverness. Calls to that
changes ours number are forwarded.


In compliance with requests from
the governor and State of Florida
urging all small businesses and
individuals to conserve energy,
SCareer Choice Uniforms announce
a change of hours.
As of January, the company will
be closed on Saturdays and
extend hours of availability from
Monday through Friday. Store
hours will continue to be 11 a.m. to
6 p.m. Business hours will be 9
a.m. to 7 p.m., with expanded
hours by appointment.
Group fittings may be scheduled
before 11 a.m. or after 6 p.m.,
adjusted to the needs and sched-
ules of customers.
To schedule appointments dur-
ing hours the store is not open, call
344-4880 or 422-0885. Messages
may be left and will be checked at
both numbers.
A reminder to those who missed
the ads, flyers and phone calls ,
regarding the Crystal River store
number, 795-7252: The two stores
have been merged and are now at


Facility contracts with
new therapy provider
Woodland Terrace of Citrus
County welcomes Therapy
Management Corp. (TMC) as its
new-contracted provider of physi-
cal, occupational and speech reha-
bilitative services.
TMC, parent company.of TLC
Rehab Inc., joined Woodland
Terrace's health care team Dec. 1.
As the parent company of five local
outpatient rehab facilities, TMC is
familiar with the therapeutic needs
of local residents.
They bring this knowledge and
experience to Woodland Terrace,
promoting a closer connection to
the community at the inpatient ther-
apy level.
"It was important that the therapy
team consist of the same thera-
pists after the transition. Our
patients have always depended on
their excellent skills and compas-
sionate touch," said Woodland
Terrace Administrator Scott Smith.


Upon his or her admission to
Woodland Terrace, a representa-,
tive from each therapy discipline -
physical, occupational and speech
evaluates the individual, assess-
ing his or her personal needs and
goals, as well as current health sta-
tus.and abilities.
For more information about
rehabilitative services provided in
an inpatient setting, call Woodland
Terrace of Citrus County at 249-
3100.
Tammy Young is
now enrolled agent
Sharon Mulvie, EA Tax &
Accounting, has announced that
Tammy Young successfully sat
before the IRS for an extensive
two-day exam and passed.
She is now an enrolled agent
(EA) and is qualified to represent
Small classes of taxpayers in any mat-
ter connected with presentations to
the Internal Revenue Service relat-
ing to clients' rights, privileges and
liabilities under laws and regula-
tions coming under the jurisdiction
of the IRS.
The office will be accepting new


clients and assisting all current
clients with any tax and accounting
matters for the new year.
The office provides services for
all types of businesses and individ-
uals all year at 2131 N.W. 16th St.,
Crystal River; phone 795-7908.
Curves of Homosassa
contributes $2,000
Curves, the world's largest fran-
chiser of fitness clubs, announced
it has partnered with its franchisees
and members to donate $3 million
to Gulf Coast hurricane relief in the
wake of Hurricanes Katrina and
Rita.
Curves of Homosassa con-
tributed $2,000 toward the total.
Recipients of the money were the
American Red Cross-and the
Salvation Army.
Curves of Homosassa will cele-
brate its third anniversary with an
open house from 8 a.m. until 2
p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 7. Curves is
on U.S. 19 at 5445 S. Oakridge
Drive, one-half mile south of the
post office.
For additional information, call.
628-1606.


New courier service


Special to the Chronicle
Nature Coast Bank recently kicked off its new courier serv-
ice. From left are: Paul Mellini, president; Carl Flanagan,
senior vice president; Rhonda Lestinsky, vice' president;
and Phil Tompetrini, vice president.



SunTrust investment


















Special to the Chronicle
SunTrust Bank, Nature Coast, recently invested $5,000 in
the Citrus County Economic Development Council's Micro
Loan Program. Patty Silvey, vice president, SunTrust Bank.
Nature Coast,-Crystal River branch, gives Brett Wattles,
EDC executive director, the funding. As required by the
Community Reinvestment Act (CRA), local banks seek to
participate in programs making loans not traditionally
available from financial institutions. The EDC's Micro Loan
Program provides loans from $1,000 to $5,000 to compa-
nies targeted by the CRA. For information about the pro-
gram, call Lisa Dwyer at 795-2000.


.. Copyrighted Materia- --


SSyndicated Content '=



- Available from Commercial News Providers"
Ga -M


---.Me M- -- was


- -__i 4b - -


do.-


- l


~- -


EDC
Continued from Page 1D

Economic Development Council. the Chamber
of Commerce aind a host of local leaders have
met with Progress Energy to offer assistance in
the process at the local, state and federal levels.
While nothing is certain at this time, it
appears we stand in good stead as the decision-
making process unfolds.


If one or both should occur here, the impact
locally will be the most significant since the
location of the original nuclear plant in the
1970s.
M The business park at the Inverness Airport
is finally in the process of becoming a reality,
thereby opening up greatly needed business
locations properly served by' infrastructure
needed to support new and existing businesses.
The project also demonstrates the willingness
of the county ard the City of Inverness to part-
ner in making this possible.


Rainbow Crane's new building is nearing
completion; once finished, more than 20 new
jobs will be created.
Technology Conservation Group continues to
expand locally and globally, creating new jobs
here and -abroad. Since its owner resides in
Citrus County, new wealth is generated locally
even from the outside growth of the company.
Thanks to both companies for the positive
impact provided to their workers and the local
economy.
The EDC is currently working with several


potential new companies, two of which have
made initial commitments to locate here. While
both are confidential at this time, it appears
announcements will be forthcoming in 2006.
The EDC extends its best wishes to all local
employers for a successful year in 2006.


Brett Wattles is the executive director
of the Economic Development Council.
Contact the EDC at 795-2000.


- -lo


- w -


o a


- -NOW- f .


q -. -- ..- 4M--


- w


- Copyrighted Material
qb- m.q


.-.Syndicated Content


.~-a-~
-~ .
- ~- .m ~- m


SAvailable from Commercial News Providers"


.m -Wqa


- - w


-


a. a a-


N -AP-
4b-


MUNIELT 3-MONTH 6-MONTH
MARKET C.D. C.D.


30-MONTHI
C.D.


- -


36-MONTH
C.D.


S/I APY S/I APY S/I APY S/I APY S/I APY S/I APY S/I APY S/I APY

FIRST FEDERAL BANK 0.65 0.65 1.50 1.51 N/A N/A 2.00 2.02 3.10 3.15 2.50 2.53 3.50 3.56 3.75 3.82
(352) 637-4741
METLIFE BANK 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.14 1.15 4.05 4.05 4.10 4.10 N/A N/A 4.20 4.20 4.50 4.50
(877) 326-2210
WACHOVIA BANK 0.95 0.95 0.90 0.90 1.14 1.15 1.73 1.75 2.47 2.50 2.47 2.50 2.86 2.90 3.54 3.60
(352) 795-2265
STATE FARM BANK 1.49 1.50 3.92 4.00 4.16 4.25 4.16 4.25 4.26 4.35 N/A N/A 4.26 4.35 4.26 4.35
Call your local agent
SUNTRUST BANK .75 .75 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
(352) 795-8202
RAYMOND JAMESBANK N/AN/A 3.90 3.90 4.20 4.20 4.50 4.50 4.65 4.65 N/A N/A 4.70 4.70 5.00 5.00
(352) 527-3700

EDWARD JONES ANK3.46 3.52 4.10 4.10 4.35 4.35 4.55 4.55 4.65 4.65 4.75 4.75 4.75 4.75 N/A N/A
(352) 344-8189


Financial institutions interested in listing their
rates can call the Citrus County Chronicle at
(352) 563-5660.


Please note: Each institution has its own set of requirements to qualify for
the rates listed above. Contact the financial institution directly for up-to-
date information.


a -


-..w


a -


60-MONTH
C.D.


CmusU CoUNTY (FL) Cmomcmra


An ';YlnAY- UNITARY 1- 2006


I


--m


4b -4w


-


- Q-"m


o


. a db-m


...N


ft 0 =,-


r


- l-.


Q


esm1









CLASSIFIED


assi fiecs
Serving all of Citrus County, including Crystal River, Inverness, Beverly Hills, Homosassa Springs, Sugarmill Woods,
rL.-I '-../ r';q.... c.:-, ,rinl,- I11, . Harnarn i,-Ctru: Hill, s Chassahowitzka. Holder. Lecanto and Yankeetown.


,UARY 1, 2006 7D

"*^-E-^-


UI(JIU I..i RPMIIJ JIII~ ,-- ____________




Med wrL rOff ace 106 W. Mai n S.,IvernessFL t445
1624 N Meadwcres Blvd, Crytal Rver, L Als ad o line t wfirstondayonite appears. FrWe8:cannot 2p be


T6- J =J-47UU



726-1441

Outside of Citrus County or Citrus Springs call:

1-888-852-2340


Sunday Issue................ 5pm Friday
Sunday Real Estate ... ..3pm Friday,
Monday Issue...........5:30 pm Friday
Tuesday Issue ....... 1pm Monday
Wednesday Issue.......... 1pm Tuesday
Thursday Issue . I pm Wednesday
Friday Issue............. 1 pm Thursday
Saturday Issue ..,. .. pm Frid y


6 Lines for 10 Days!
2 items totaling
I1 150 ....................5..

-51 400................1050

'401 '800.............1 5

$801 1,500.......... 205
Restrictions apply. Offer applies to private parties only.


All ads require prepayment.

VISA




VISA


first day it appears. We cannot be
responsible for more than one incorrect
insertion. Adjustments are made only
for the portion of the ad that is in error.



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


SPCALNTIE A0206 EL ATE 0510 IANIL 8- 91 ERICS:0-26,NIAS 0041 OBLEHO ESFR EN*O AL*50-4

RELETT O ET57-6 ELETT ORSL 0-5 AAT RPRY81-9 RASOTTO 0-3


Attractive SWF 60's
Christian, enjoys
fishing, camping, home
life, seeks gentleman
friend who enjoys the
same. Photo & phone
please. PO Box 400,
Homosassa, FL 34487

SWF, caring, funny and
smart, looking for same
In a fun-loving, outgo-
ing SWM 55-65 for
friendship and possible
LTR. Reply to:
Citrus County Chronicle
1624 N. Meadowcrest
Blvd., Blind Box 925
Crystal River, Fl 34429

WORKING MAN,
50 yrs old, Black,
looking for wife.
Race unimportant.
Beverly Hills
1-310-989-1473





** FREE SERVICE**
Cars/Trucks/Metal
Removed FREE No title
OK 352-476-4392 Andy
Tax Deductible ReceiPt

Charlie needs a good
home, English Bulldog/
boxer mix, lyr old,
neutered, housebroken.
Fun dog. (352) 726-7106

COMMUNITY SERVICE
The Path Shelter is
available for people
who need to serve
their community
service.
(352) 527-6500 or
.6 ;-(352) 746.9084 ,
Leave Message

FREE GERMAN
SHEPHERD, male, 5-yrs
old, purebred, not
neutered, no children
or cats. Needs large
yard, room to run.
Obedient & smart.
(352) 344-0290

Humane Society
of Inverness
No kill shelter
352-344-5207
Requested,
Donations
All pets
spayed/neutered,
heartworm check,
luek. test, Rabies and
all
vaccines

real sweet, friendly
rottweiller mix approx
Syr. 795-1684
2yr walker hound mix
male loves to
play-good family
dog-small 795-1684
Pitbull male very
sweet 3 yr 344-5207

Abbysinlan female 1
yr very sweet
795-1684
Assorted kittens
628-5224
HImloayan chocolate
point male-5'yr
795-1684


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

Young Calico mom &
2 kittens 628-4200
Variety of ages and
colors 746-6186
Persian Cream M 2yrs;
Siamese 8yrs F
declawed 527-9050
Long Furred Litter
mates M&F lyr
586-6380
Dogs
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
available for small
dogs & puppies.
Wanted poodles &
small dogs suitable for
seniors 527-9050 or
341-2436
All pets are spayed /
neutered, cats tested
for leukemia/aids,
dogs are tested for
heart worm and all
shots are current.


10 months old Red Hell-
er, male, neutered, All
shots. Loving, loyal.
(352) 628-4056.
FREE 2 SMALL adult
dogs, to good home
(352) 726-0483
FREE GROUP
COUNSELING
Depression/ Anxiety
(352) 637-3196 or
628-3831
FREE MINIATURE
SCHNAUZER, FEMALE,
6 yrs old, & 7 yr old
BASSETT HOUND All
shots, on Heart Guard,
housebroken. No
children, prefer adult
home. (352) 302-0337
FREE REMOVAL OF
Mowers, motorcycles,
Cars. ATV's, jet ski's,
3 wheelers, 628-2084
Free to Good Home
Only, Pitlpull Mix, brin-
dle/white. young fe-
male. Good with kids.
(352) 341-1793
KITTENS PURRFECT PETS
spayed, neutered,
ready for permanent
loving homes. Available
at Eileen's Foster Care
(352) 341-4125



HOLIDAY SPECIAL *
KEYWEST Jumbo Shrimp
13-15ct. $51b; Medium
$3.501b. 352-795-4770
RIO CRYSTAL SEAFOOD
JUMBO SHRIMP 13-15ct
$5.75/LB OR 5LBS/$26.
Best Cuban Sandwich
In Town. Open Sundays
(352) 795-3311



CHOCOLATE LAB/
WIEMARINER
Lost area of S. Pineridge
Ave. Homosassa.
REWARD, 352-302-0267





FDivorces
1Bankruptcy
*NameCharge,
SChidSupporat
I Wi
11invernmess ,.7............74022


*CHRONICLE*
INV. OFFICE
106 W. MAIN ST.
Courthouse Sq. next
to Angelo's Pizzeria
Mon-Fri 8:30a-5p
Closed for Lunch
2om-3om


REAL ESTATE CAREER
Sales Lic. Class
$249.Start 2/14/06
CITRUS REAL ESTATE I
SCHOOL, INC.
(352)795-0060
L--- --- N
----- mmu
REAL ESTATE CAREER
Sales Lic. Class I
$249.Start 2/14/06
CITRUS REAL ESTATE I
SCHOOL, INC.
(352)795-0060

Tutoring Avail. Exp.
Retired Educator.
Current FL Teacher
Certif. Inv. 201-0792


'MR CITRUS COUNTY


OXYGEN USERS: enjoy
freedom Travel without
canisters. No more bot-
tiesi Oxlife's lightweight,
Oxygen concentrators,
run off your car and In
your home. U.S.A.
made- warranteed
(800) 780-2616
www.oxllfeinc.com
FCAN


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




HOLIDAY SPECIAL
KEYWEST Jumbo Shrimo
13-15ct. $51b; Medium
$3.501b. 352-795-4770





FULL TIME
PRESCHOOL
TEACHER NEEDED
(352) 795-6890


Clerical Help
P/T, 15 Hrs., a week
flexible hours, Will train,
(352) 795-1761

DENTAL
RECEPTIONIST
Must have exp.
With Insurance
knowledge. 4 days
a week w/ benefits
Mail resume to:
PO Box 896
Dunnellon, Fl 34431,

F/T EVENING
RECEPTIONIST
Crystal Chevrolet,
HOMOSASSA.
Multi-line phone &
Computer exp.
preferred.
Includes benefits.
Fax resumes attn;
Melody Garnett
352-564-1952

JOBS GALORE!!!
www.AAA
EMPLOYMENT.NET

SEC/RECEPTIONIST
-Telephone & Computer
skills important. Health
Insurance. Please send
Resume to Blind Box
924-P c/o Citrus County
Chronicle, 106 W. Main
St., Inverness, FL 34450

SECRETARY
Moderately difficult
secretarial work.
Enters information into
the database,
answers phones, uses
two-way radio. Heavy
public contact.
Minimum of one
year's experience
/performing
secretarial/clerical
duties. H.S Diploma or.
G.E.D. Working
knowledge of the
Microsoft Office Suite
of Products.

Starting Pay
$9.99 hourly.
Excellent benefits.
Apply at the
Citrus County Human
Resource Office,
3600 W. Sovereign
Path, Suite 283,
Lecanto, FL 34461
no later than Friday,
January 6, 2006.
EOE/ADA





BEAUTICIAN

With Clientele, Station
for Rent $100. week
352-621-0773

NOW ENROLLING

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


Assistant
Director of
Nursing

Opportunity awaits a
* well qualified RN
seeking a position as
assistant director of
Nursing. We offer
competitive salary,
generous PTO, health,
life, dental & disability
insurance and a
401 K plan.
Must enjoy staff
education, clinical
management,
employee health,
infection control and
all aspects of
rehabilitation and all
aspects of Long term
care. Please call to
schedule an interview
352-746-9500
Surrey Place
2730 W Marc
Knighton Ct.
Lecanto, FL 34461

SCNA'S F/T I
3-11

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


Come Grow With UsI


'. .! .
I

HOS P ICE"

Join our team
of caring
professionals
Opportunities
available:
RN's
3-11 & 11-,7 M/F
CMH Unit
PT S/S 12 hr shifts
w/differential
Hospice House &
CMH
FT Continuous Care
LPN's
PT S/S 12 hr shifts
w/differential
Hospice House &
CMH Unit
FT Field Nurse
PCA's
PT S/S 12 hr shifts
w/differential
CMH Unit
CNA & HHA Req.
Social Workers
FT Field Staff
Children's SW
Program
Chaplain
SPT Field Staff



jthacher@hospiceof
citruscountv org
Hospice of
Citrus County
P.O. Box 641270
Beverly Hills, Fl 34464
citruscountv.org
dwf/eoe

r C7ook-FTT

I Apply in person to I
Crystal River
SHealth & Rehab
I 136N.E. 12th Ave.
Crystal River
S(352) 795-5044
DFWP EOE




Life __
care
centers
ofAmerica
Dietary Aide
Full Time/Part Time
Shift Varies
We offer excellent
pay and benefits in a
mission driven
environment.
Visit us at:
3325 W. Jerwayne
Lane, Lecanto FL
34461. EOE DFWP


DENTAL FRONT DESK
experienced team
player to join quality
dental practice in
Dunellon. Excellent pay
& benefit package.
Fax Resumes to:
(352) 489-8462

Dietary Aides

Wildwood SNF
Seeks F/T Dietary
Aides
to Join our Team.
Arbor Village Nursing
490 S. Old Wire Road
Call-352-787-2910
Fax 352-748-3919

EARN AS YOU LEARN
CNA Test Prep/CPR'
Continuing Education
341-2311/ Cell 422-3656
EXP. DENTAL OFFICE
RECEPTIONIST
Experienced, Light
'Assisting, must be out
going, detail oriented
& professional.
Call 795-3131 or fax
resume to 795-2235.


FLOOR TECH

Avante at Inverness,
a skilled nursing
facility, has an
immediate job
opening for a Floor
Tech, experience with
buffing and waxing Is
preferred but not
required. Avante
offers excellent
benefits package for
full time staff.
Please apply in
person at: ..(
304 S. Citrus Ave:,'
Inverness

--- ---m E

RN
SUPERVISOR
S& NURSES

CRYSTAL RIVER
HEALTH AND
REHABILITATION
YOUR VERIFIABLE
EXPERIENCE COUNTS
WITH USI

RN Supervisor
Weekends
4 FT Evening
Nurse
I PT & FT Nights
Nurse
U


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


Job Fair
the Centers
is holding a job fair
Thursday Jan 5th
from 4:00-7:00PM
on-site at our Admin
Bldg #I 5664 SW 60th
Ave. (Airport Rd.) In
Ocala. Bring Photo ID
Background checks
will be conducted.
For those available
Immediately we will
have "on the spot"
interviews for the
following positions:

Family Care
Managers
$31,600 $38,000 BA
degree in Human
Services field with
exp working with
children & families
required. PDC Cert.
preferred.
Substance Abuse
& Mental Health
Techs
$7.00 8.25/hr. HS
diploma or equiv.
with acceptable
driving record.

Kitchen
Aide/Asst. Cook
$6.83 $7.69/hr.
HS diploma or equiv.
with a mln. 1 yr exp of
institutional dietary
setting preferred.
Vac/sick/holiday/
med benefits/401K
DFWP/EOE L you gwe
unable to attend.
send, fax, or email
resume to:
HR, 5664 SW 60th
Ave., Ocala, FL 34474
iobs@thecenters.us
(352) 291-5580.


FRONT OFFICE
Medical experience
required, Please send
resume to: PO Box
3087, Homosassa
Springs,FL 34447



Life _S

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

MEDICAL ASSIST.

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

Experience with
Durable Medical
Equipment
Please call
344-9828



















AA AAAA AAA

Sign on Bonuses beings
offered.
CALL LOVING CARE
(352) 860-0885

PHLEBOTOMIST/
COURIER
Clean license, e-mail
labshr@vahoo com

Recruitment
Assistant

Citrus Memorial
Health System is
seeking a qualified
individual to be
responsible for
providing support to
our Career Center,
while maintaining a
professional appear-
ance, good customer
service skills and a
positive attitude.
Successful Individual
will possess strong MS
Office skills. Preferred
requirements include
an Associate's
degree; additional
coursework in Human
Resources
Management,
Business Administra-
tion, or Psychology;
and previous Human
Resources and/or
recruiting
experience,

For more inform ition
and to view other
career opportunities,
visit us online at
www.citrusmh.com
EOE



CITRUS MEMORIAL


Staffing
Coordinator

Wildwood-based
Healthcare Facility
Seeks professional
to join dedicated
team.
Duties: Scheduling,
Reports, Info
Tracking+
MS Excel Required
LPN or CNA w/ exp in
LTC-Highly required.
Great Salary/Benefits,

Call 800-442-1353
Eax 877-571-1952
Jobs@CQcare.com
or APPLY IN PERSON!I
ARBOR VILLAGE
NURSING
490 S. OLD WIRE
ROAD
WILDWOOD


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

Looking for extra $ for
The Holidays?

A+ Healthcare
Home Health
(352) 564-2700



RN's & LPN's,
NEW
competitive pay
rates. Fax resume to
(352) 637-1176 or
apply in person
Interim Health Care
320 S. Kensington
Ave. Lecanto FI
34461





Bookkeeper
Excel. Opportunity for
a self motivated,
dependable & detail
oriented ind. Must be
proficient in Microsoft
Excel & Word.
Bookkeeping exp. &
job references are
req'd. Fax resume to:
(352) 746-3838

Deputy Chief of
Administration
Responsible
administrative and
S'itechnical work'
providing direction
and control for fiscal
and administrative
management for the
Division. Responsible
for developing
Division budget and
monitoring
expenditures; assist
planning and
preparing CIP.
Responsible
for coordinating
emergency
preparedness.
Responds to major
fires and hazardous ,
materials incidents.
Associate's degree
(Bachelor's degree
preferred) In Fire
Science or closely
related field. Requires
ten years progressive
experience. Must
have Firefighters
Certificate I ( prefer
Firefighters Certificate
II), Fire Officer I,
Instructor I and a valid
Florida Driver License,
Class D. Thorough
knowledge of the
principles, practices
and techniques of fire
suppression, fire
prevention,
emergency rescue,
ALS and BLS
operations.
Computer
experience required.
Pay range $1,815.75
to $2,723.63
bl-weekly.
Starting pay DOG.
Send resume or
apply at the
Citrus County Office
of Human Resources,
3600 W. Sovereign
Path, Suite 283,
Lecanto FL 34461
EOE/ADA


Cypress Creek
Juvenile Offender
Correctional Center,
a residential program
for 96 high and
maximum risk males
committed to.the.
Dept. of Juvenile
Justice is recruiting for
Academic Teachers
*in Math, English
Social Studies,
Science, ESE and
Vocational.
Academic teachers
must have Bachelors
Degree, If degrees
are out of Academic
field, teacher will be
required to take and
pass test in the area.
Vocational Teachers
must have High
School diploma and
6 years experience In
Carpentry, Plumbing,
Automotive Service,
or electrical work
Make a difference In
a teen's life.
Apply In person at:
Cypress Creek "
2855 W Woodland.
Ridge Dr.
Lecanto, FL 34461



EXECUTIVE
HOUSEKEEPER
For 114 Room Resort
Hotel In Crystal River.
3 years prior
experience In position
required. Health
Insurance, 401,
Vacation & Holidays.
Fax resume with
salary requirements
!:, topo352-795-3179



Flatbed loads for
local deliveries
in Central FL;

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



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


Office Manager

Exp. person to*
perform daily office
tasks. Comp. Input,
Quickbooks exp..
helpful, reception
duties, etc. in
Sumter Co. Office ,
1.5 miles from 1-75.
Fax Resume to (727)
861-7103 or call &
leave message
(727)861-1629.


REAL ESTATE CAREER
Sales Uc. Class I
S$249.Stari 2/14/06
CITRUS REAL ESTATE
S SCHOOL, INC.
(352)795-0060 =


Securitas Security.
Services Inc.


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


SITE MANAGER
For 85 Unit Family
Rental Complex In
s..ysrl 01verivig


CrysTal River. Mgr
must have good
office skills, computer
literacy and light
bookkeeping
needed.
Must be bondable.
Send resume to:
Pelican Bay Apts.
PO Box 10293
Clearwater, Fl
33757
Fax (727) 447-2252
Equal Employment
Opportunity


-PE


Emergency One, a leader in the Fire Rescue industry is looking for individuals
who are driven by the motivation to succeed. Our vision is to have the most
competent workforce available. We are proud to provide excellence in our
products and invite you to join our team.

E-One Now Hiring for Second Shift Positions:

Plumbers Riggers/Assembly Painters/Material

Finishers/Sanders Welders Electricians

If you:
O Are motivated to make a difference by supporting those who save lives
0 Have a good work ethic, positive attitude, and believe inhonesty and
integrity.

Please apply in person at:
3611 SW 20th Street
Ocala, FL 34474
No Phone Calls Please

E-One offers a competitive compensation program and an excellent benefits
package which includes: medical, dental, vision, 401K, pension plan, profit
sharing, life insurance and disability insurance.
We strongly encourage minorities, females and veterans to apply!

WHEN LIVES ARE IN THE BALANCE AND SECONDS COUNT
Member of
tnS Federal Signal Corp.
AAIEOE/M/F/DV


CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


AC RSCUT (L HOIL


I


I


FIRST CLASS
LINE COOKS FOR

World Class Golf &
Country Club.
Experienced &
Energetic for fast
paced modern
kitchen under NEW
Management.
Good $$ and
Benefits.
Call 422-3941

EOE/DRUG FREE
WORKPLACE

LINE COOK
BUSSER
Full and Part time
positions available.
Apply in person at
Sugarmill Woods
Country Club at
1 Douglas St.
(352) 382-3838

SERVERS &
COOKS NEEDED
Apply In person.
bDillon's Inn
S 89 SE Hwy 19
Crystal River
SERVERS,
BARTENDERS
HOSTESSES, BUSERS,
COOKS,
DISHWASHER &
HOUSEKEEPERS
For new upscale
country club
restaurant; Now hiring
for Skyview Country
club.'Opening in mid
January. Accepting,
applications at
Citrus Hills Golf &
Country Club
505 E, Hartford St
Hernando
352-746-6855
Sous Chef

Exp. req. Vandervalk
Restaurant
352-400-2138

WAIT STAFF,
ENERGETIC for

Fast paced
restaurant in World
Class Golf & Country
Club. Fine dining exp.
Preferred. Exc. $$
Call 422-3941
EOE/DFWP




NEW HOME SALES
Experienced New
Home Sales Associate.
wanted Real Estate li-
cense'required, Min 2
yrs exp., for the Citrus
County area. Fax
resume to 727-835-1140.
DFWP/EOE

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

REAL ESTATE CAREER
Sales Lic. Class
-1: i$249;Start.2/14/06 |
CITRUS REAL ESTATE I
SCHOOL, INC.
(352)795-0060 "





Zone Advertising
Sales Rep

Full Time, to sell print
advertising into the
Chronicle Zone Edi-
tions and other LCNI
products. Service
established customers
and prospect for new
advertising customers
in the Crystal River/
Homosassa, Florida
area.

QUALIFICATIONS
*College degree or
at least two years of
sales experience
preferred.
Computer
proficiency,
Must have initiative,
be self-motivated.
Strong skills in
planning/organizing,
listening, written and
verbal communica-
tion, problem-solving
and decision-making
aptitude.
Strong presentation
skills preferred.
t Reliable transporta-.
tion to make .local
and regional sales
calls.
Application deadline
Jan. 16, 2006
EOE, drug screen
required for final
applicant. Send
resume & cover
letter to: HR@
chronicleonline.com





OE SUNDAY, JANUARY ., 0UU0O


2005 MAXIMA


Automatic, A/C, Power Windows & Locks


2005 QUEST
Automatic




19,999


THE 24
All
Atlantic Infiniti
DENBIGH
*!TOYOTA


2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005


ACCORD
ALTIMA1
CAMRY
GALANT
SONATA
CAVALIER
TAURUS
SEBRING
SENTRA
LANCER
F-150
TITAN,
DAKOTA
RAM QUAD C
SILVERADO
NEW


J


K


(2005 ARMADA ,


J
1 4


Makes. A
CHESTERFIELD
. DODGE OCALA
NISSAN
116,999
:14,999
$15,999
114,999
s10,950
18,950
10,995.
$13,999
$9,999
9,950
$16,950
$17,950
$16,950
AB $18,950
$17,950


CAR


* Automatic I
* Power Windows I
& Locks

526.999


AVE TO GO1I
All Models.
CAPITOL. HUGGINS
InL IN, "~L r ". N


teLINC
Mercu


HYUNDrI
2005 F-150
2005 TITAN
2005 SEBRING
2005 LANCER
2005 TAURUS
2005 RAM QUAD CAB
2005 GALANT
2005 ALTIMA
2005 DAKOTA
2005 SONATA
2005 CAMRY
2005 SILVERADO
2005 ACCORD
2005 SENTRA
2005 CAVALIER


EOCALA
Ir I Ir I L


.1


$16,950
17,950
$13,999
19,950
1o0,995
$18,950
'14,999
514,999
$16,950
'10,950
.15,999
S17,950
$16,999
9,9999
$8,950


TRADE-INS!


2001 SENTRA
$9 9 PER
$5,999 '99= TH
2002 ALTIMA
11,999 199=,.

$22,999 '$359 MONTH


2001 ALTIMA
sf29 H PER
l7,j999 MONTH'
2002 FRONTIER
$7,999 129 P.ER
9/JJ 1JMONTH
2005 QUEST
18,999 $299 MONTH


2001 FRONTIER
9 PER
16,999 fI091MONTH
2002 MAXIMA
13,999 '219ONTH
2003 ALTIMA
S12,999 20MONTH


2003 PATHFINDER
S4,999239MERNTH
2003 350 Z
22,999 $359 MONTH
2004 SENTRA
J8,999 139 MONTH


2003 MAXIMA
1I6,999 269MONTH
2003 XTERRA
2 E9MONTH
2004 TITAN
15,999 $249 PERTH


LANISSAN

2200 SR 200 OCALA 622-4111 800-342-3008
ALL PRICES PLUS TAX, TAG & '195 DEALER FEE WITH '1,000 CASH OR TRADE EQUITY. ALL INVENTORY IS PRE-TITLED AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE.


* *1 ~


CITRUS CouNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


': imw% --- 1 .










CITRUS COUNTY (AL) CHRONICLE


-5 ae~il


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




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


TRANSPORT CO.

Drivers Needed
Company & Owner
Operated, class A,
CDL, hazrnat & tank-
er, endorsement a
plus. Benefits after 90
days. Come join our
growing company.
Minorities encour-
aged to apply. EOE,
DFWP (352) 728-5361
S.AC INSTALLERS
I *SERVICE TECHS I
*HELPERS |
FREE Health Ins. I
401 K.,Company
truck & 2 weeks
paid vacation.
Family Owned
& Operated.
SENICA AIR
CONDITIONING INC I
1803 SE US HWY 19
Crystal River 34429 I
(352) 795-9685

ALUMINUM
INSTALLERS/
GUTTERS

MUST HAVE CLEAN
DRIVER'S LICENSE
Call:(352) 563-2977
Boom Truck/
Crane Operator
Req. Class A or B CDL
Uc. Steel fabrication
& welding exp. req'd.
8794 W. Tradeways
Court, Homosassa.
34448 (352) 628-6674


Automotive Tech.

Do you like to fix cars?
Busy Inv. shop looking
for honest, friendly
tech/ trainee w/ some
exp. Call (352)726-3539










ServicInc


Jb"A Trades
c.n/Skills


Gulf Coast Ford

is Hiring
Join the fastest growing
Ford Store in Citrus County.

Great Benefits

Bonuses & Commission

401 K Medical Benefits
We're looking for a long term
relationship and Retail Sales
experience helpful.

Apply in person I Oam-7pm
No Appointment Necessary

Interviews will be held at:
Gulf Coast Ford
2440 N.W. Hwy. 19
Crystal River, FL 34428
Ask for Jim Preston
WmM y Equal Opportunity Employer
658840 Drug Free Workplace


F-


=


FRAMERS
Local-Steady
352-302-3362

CABINET SHOP
Seeking experienced
craftsman or person
willing to learn the
trade for cabinetry &
installation. Bushnell.
352-793-8132, Sharon.

DRIVERS

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


CILASSIF)IIHIDS


BARBER

Needed for busy, Citrus
Plaza Barber Shop
(352) 726-3073

DUE TO EXPANDING
,GROWTH
THE FOLLOWING
POSITIONS ARE
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY

PLUMBERS/
HELPERS
We Offer Competitive
wages'and a full
benefit package.
Fill out application at
SUNCOAST PLUMBING
6938 W. Grover
Cleveland
Homosassa, Fl.
"No Phone Calls"

ENGINEERING
INSPECTOR
Advanced technical
field inspection and
office related work in
connection with civil
engineering
construction projects.
Inspects construction
projects to ensure
conformity with plan
specifications and
adherence to
regulations. Evaluates
road conditions for
annual road
resurfacing project.
Investigates grading
and drainage
problems and creates
a proposed action
plan to resolve the
condition. High
School, GED or
specialized training
'and five years
experience in the
field of civil
engineering,
construction
inspection, materials
testing arid sampling,
plan review and
estimating. Must
possess a valid
Florida Driver License.
Starting pay
$13.07 hourly.
Excellent benefits.
Apply at
Citrus County Human
Resources Office,
3600 W. Sovereign
Path, Lecanto, FL
34461
no later than Friday,
January 6, 2006.
EOE/ADA.


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

Plumbers/Helpers
& Laborers
Great benefits, top
pay. Local and State
wide work. Contact
Kevin Barry at
352-374-8232 or
352-267-7590

EXPERIENCED
SEALCOATING
STRIPING,
ASPHALT PAVING
DUMP TRUCK
DRIVERS
CDL License TOP PAYI
(352) 563-2122

FLOOR CARE/
CUSTODIAN

P/T, Shift Varies,
23/hrs per week
Experience required.
Multi function job.
Energetic, organized
& caring Individual
w/ good customer
service skills.

Apply at:
Barrington Place
2341 W. Norvell Bryant
Lecanto, FI





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


26 YRS EXP. Tree Service
Removal, stump grind,
trim. Tom Donnelly. Lic
0183997 (352) 726-1875
A TREE SURGEON'
Uc.&lns. Exp'd friendly
serve. Lowest rates Free
estimates.352-860-1452
AFFORDABLEE"
I DEPENDABLE, I
HAULING CLEANUP,
PROMPT SERVICE I
I Trash, Trees, Brush, |
Appl. Furn, Const. ,
I Debris & Garages I
352-697-1126
All Tractor & Truck Work,
Deliver/Spread. Clean
Ups, Lot & Tree Clearing
Bush Hog. 302-6955
DOUBLE J STUMP.
GRINDING, Mowing,
HaullngCleanu'p,
Mulch, Dirt. 302-8852


Serving All Areas.
Trees Topped,
Trimmed, or
I Removed.
FREE ESTIMATES. I
Licensed & Insured.


tree removal, stump
grind, trim, ins.& Uc
#0256879 352-341-6827
STUMP GRINDING
Lic. & Ins. Free Est.
Billy (BJ) McLaughlin
352-212-6067
STUMPS FOR LE$$
"Quote so cheap you
won't believe Itl"
(352) 476-9730




All Phase Construction
Quality painting & re-
pairs. Faux fin. #0255709
352-586-1026 637-3632


vnrnns Sarcnell painting
& Wallcovering.All work
2 full coats.25 yrs. Exp.
Exc. Ref. Lic#001721/
Ins. (352) 795-6533
Andrew Story Painting
Custom Painting
Lasting Results
18 Years Exp. Uc. 3643
(352) 465-1377
Architectural Covers
Inc. Painting res./com.
Int./Ext. Service you can
trust! Cont. Uc.#
99990004139 Cell -
(352)257-1436/746-9471
CHEAP/CHEAP/CHEAP
DP Pressure Cleaning
& Painting. Licensed &
Insured, 637-37651
FERRARO'S
PAINTING SERVICE
Interior, Exterior.
Free Estimates.
SSenior Discount.
(352)465-6631
George Swedlige,
.Painting- Int./Ext.
Pressure Cleaning- Free
est. 794-0400 /628-2245
Git' Er' Done Holiday
Special Pressure
Washing/Painting.
Free est. (352) 637-5171
INTERIOR & EXTERIOR
PAINTING
25 yrs. exp. Home main-
tenance, 2 Lic. & Ins.
Jimmy 352-212-9067
INTERIOR/EXTERIOR
& ODD JOBS. 30 yrs
J. Hupchick LIc./Ins.
(352) 726-9998
LADY PAINTER
Interior & Exterior
Wallpapering (352)
220-6336 or 563-998,9
MICHAEL DAVIDSON
20+ yrs. exp. Painting
contractor/ handyman
Uc.3567 (352) 746-7965
Mike Anderson Painting
Int/Ext Painting & Stain-
ing, Pressure Washing
also. Call a profession-
al, Mike (352) 628-7277
r- -
POOL BOY SERVICES
I Total Pool Care I
| Acrylic Decking
352-464-3967 _

16*0

"ol1,1M:


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




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



BATHTUB REGLAZING
Old tubs & ugly
ceram i ic li r l:, 3
tonewccnr -11 .:,:ior


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




CNA & Homeheath aid
will care for your loved
ones. Exc. Ref. 795-2762
or 628-9961
LOVING CARE
That makes a
difference. Will care
for elderly person in my
hnme or ".n't r 2A hr


VChris 5atchell Painting
& Wallcovering.All work
2 full coats.25 yrs. Exp.
Exc. Ref. Lic#001721/
Ins. (352) 795-6533




CLEANING. Reliable,
affordable, Weekly,
bi-weekly, monthly
Joy, 352-601-2785 cell
Dailey's Cleaning
From LBI., NJ.
Res./Comm. Lic. Ph.
Teresa (352) 503-3296
Dennis Office Cleaning
and Floor Waxing
17 years experience
(352) 400-2416


HOMES & WINDOWS
Serving Citrus County
over 17 years. Kathy
(352) 465-7334




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




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




Additions/ REMODELING
New construction
Bathrooms/Kitchens
Uc. & Ins. CBC 058484
.(352) 344-1620'
LINGS PLUS
Trim & Finish
Contractor. LIc/ins.
99990003893
(352) 344-1982
(352) 361-7714
ROGERS Construction
Additions, remodels,
new homes. Most home
repairs. 637-4373
CRC1326872


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




AUGIE'S PRESSURE
Cleaning Quality
Work, Low Prices. FREE
Estimates: 220-2913
Git' Er' Done Holiday
Special .Pressure
Washing/Painting.
Free est. (352) 637-5171
Mike Anderson Painting
Int/Ext Painting & Stain-
ing, Pressure Washing
also. Call a profession-
al, Mike (352) 628-7277
PICARD'S PRESSURE .
CLEANING & PAINTING
Roofs w/no pressure,
housesdriveways. 25 yrs
exp. Lic./Ins.-341-3300


#1 IN HOME REPAIRS,
paint, press.wash, clean
roof&gutters, clean up,
haul #0169757 344-4409
#1 NEW ENGLAND
HANDYMAN. Siding,
painting, all repairs,
lic# 17210224167 (352)
216-2769 or 489-1495
A HIGHER POWER
Ceiling fans,
Lights, etc.
LUc. #999900022251
422-4308/344-1466 .
AAA HOME REPAIRS
Maint & repair prob-
lems Swimming Pool
Rescreen99990000162
352-746-7395

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

r AFFORDABLE,
DEPENDABLE,
HAULING CLEANUP,
I PROMPT SERVICE I
I Trash, Trees, Brush, I
Appl, Furn, Const,
I Debris & Garages
352-697-1126
--- m--- a mg
Andrew Joehl
Handyman. General
Maintenance/Repairs,
Pressure & cleaning.
Lawns, gutters. No job
too small Reliable. Ins
0256271 352-465-9201
COUNTER TOP
Resurfacing & repair. All
types of Handyman
Work. Uc. 28417
(352) 212-7110
DANIEL HARSH EXP.
HANDYMAN.
Full Range Services. No
Job to small. Punctual,
Reliable & Affordable.
Lic. 80061, Ins. & Ref.
(352) 746-2472
EXP'D HANDYMAN All
phases of home repair.
Exc work Honest, relia-
ble, good prices. Ins/Lic
#73490255092, 860-0085


GOT STUFF?
.You Call We'Haul,
CONSIDER:IT DONE ..
MovlnglCleanouts ..&
-Haddymrhn Service'-'
Lic. 99990000665
(352) 302-2902 '
HOME REPAIR, You
need it done, we'll do it.
30 yrs.'exp. Lic;, Ins.
#73490256935, 489-9051
NATURE COAST HOME
REPAIR & MAINT. INC.
Offering a full range of
services.Lic.0257615/lns.
(352) 628-4282 Visa/MC




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




All of Citrus Hauling/
Moving Items delivered,
clean ups.Everything
from A to Z 628-6790

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

FAST, FRIENDLY, AND
AFFORDABLE, Clean up,
hauling & yard work
(352) 560-7139
GOT STUFF?
You Call We Haul
CONSIDER IT DONEI
Movlng,Cleanouts, &
Handyman Service '
LIc. 99990000665
(352) 302-2902
ON SIGHT CLEANUP
M.H. demolition, struc-
ture fire & Const. debris
cleanup (352) 634-0329
SMALL LOCAL MOVES
Appliance pickup, trash
removal, low rates, Sr.
disc, Joe (352) 726-2264
WE MOVE SHEDS
564-0000

YOU CALL.... I'll HAUL
Trash, Furniture & Appl.
Removal. Call Larry,
795-5512 or 726-7022


-sFloor
rym-49 Coerngi


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



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



Benny Dye's Concrete
Concrete Work
All types LIc. & Insured.
RX1677. (352) 628-3337
BIANCHI CONCRETE
Driveway-Patio- Walks.
Concrete Specialists.
Llc#2579 /Ins. 746-1004
CONCRETE WORK.
SIDEWALKS, patios,
driveways, slabs. Free
estimates. Uc. #2000.
Ins. 795-4798.


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

S AFFORDABLE,
I DEPENDABLE:,
* HAULING CLEANUP,
I PROMPT SERVICE I
Trash, Trees, Brush, 1
Appl. Furn, Const,
I Debris & Garages i
352-697-1126
&,l 11 ml


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


CERAMIC TILE INSTALLER
Bathroom remodeling,
handicap bathrooms.
Uc/Ins. #2441 795-7241
CUTTING EDGE Ceramic
Tile. Uc. #2713. Insured.


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




All Tractor & Truck Work,
Deliver/Spread, Clean
Ups, Lot & Tree Clearing
Bush Hog. 302-6955
BUSHHOGGING, Rock,
dirt, trash. & driveways.
Call Sam Johnson
(352) 628-4743.

CITRUS BOBCAT LTD
Bushhog/Debris
removal Lic.#3081,
464-2701/563-1049
D&C TRUCK & TRACTOR
SERVICE, INC.
Landclearing, Hauling
& Grading. Fill Dirt,
Rock, Top Soil & Mulch.
Uc. Ins.(352)302-7096
VanDykes Backhoe
Service. Landclearing,
Pond Digging &
Ditching (352),302-7234
(352) 344-4288




r AFFORDABLE, .
I DEPENDABLE, I
* HAULING CLEANUP, .
I PROMPT SERVICE I
I Trash', Trees, Brush, 1
Appl. Furn, Const, -
I Debris & Garages |
352-697-1126
---m ---m mi


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

CITRUS BOBCAT LTD
Bushhog/Debrls
removal Lic.#3081
464-2701/563-1049
DAN'S BUSHHOGGING
SPastures, Vacant Lots.
Garden Rota Tilling
Uc. & Ins. 352- 303-4679
HAMM'S BUSHHOG
SERVICE. Pasture
Mowing, lots, acreage.
Licensed & Insured
(352) 400-5233



SUN RAYS Landscaping
Water gardens, stone
walls, pavers, tree work,
cleanup. 352-228-1235




PRO-SCAPES
Complete lawn
service. Spend time
with your Family, not
your lawn. Uc./Ins.
(352) 613-0528
Bill's Landscaping &
Complete Lawn Service
Mulch, Plants, Shrubs,
Sod, Clean Ups, Trees.
Free est. (352) 628-4258
DOUBLE J STUMP
GRINDING, Mowing,
Hauling,Cleanup,
Mulch, Dirt. 302-8852 "
YARD & VACANT LOT
CLEAN. Mulch, Beds,
Hauling, Pressure Wash
John Hall Lawn Maint.
Lis/Ins (352) 344-2429



EML POOLS
Pool cleaning & repair,
Serving Citrus County
32 yrs. Usc & Ins.
(352) 637-1904
POOL BOY SERVICES
I Total Pool Care I
I Acrylic Decking I
L 352-464-3967 v




Seasoned Oak Fire
Wood, Split, $70,4x7.
Will Deliver.
(352) 344-2696


FIREWOOD *
Oak, Cherry, Hickory
Mix. Seasoned (352)
726-9476 or 860-2914



CRYSTAL PUMP REPAIR
Filters. Jets. Subs, Tanks,
w/ 3yr Warr. Free Est.
(352) 563-1911'
WATER PUMP SERVICE
& Repairs on all makes
& models. Uc. Anytime,
344-2556, Richard





"MR ClRUSCOUNITy












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




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


Admvan ed A6Ou4n,
Installations by
Brian CC2303

352-628-7519


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


They're

Looking For,

Your

Business!!

563-3209

For Information
About Advertising


CREATIVE COATINGS
r ESlip Resistant




1 .,'" 14,-, : .

Driveways Pool Decks Walk Ways Any Design
SNew Years Special

I 25% OFF I
[ expires 1/31/06 __
352-628-1313 I


WHAT'S


MISSING?


Your ad!

Don't miss out! Call for more information.

563-3209


Renew Any Existing Concrete!
Designs Colors Patterns


MA INTENA NCE-FREE ACRYLIC
Pool Decks Driveways, etc.

352-527-9247 Licjinc.


C." General
c= Help I


FRAMER & HELPER
For Inverness Area.
(352) 418-2014
FRAMING-
CARPENTERS &
HELPERS NEEDED

Transportation Req.
(352) 422-5518
GROUNDMEN
& TRIMMERS

CDL a plus, Contact
Hank (352) 303-7403
INSULATION
INSTALLER
Experience
preferred, will train
Must be ambitious.
driver's license
required, Benefits.,
Call Crystal River
Office at:
(352) 795-2559
Apply at 6044 N. Tal-
lahassee Rd. CR
LOCAL TOWER
SERVICE COMPANY

Accepting
applications for,
Field Service Tech
Trainees start at $13 per
hour plus benefits.
Electric or Electronic
experience a plus
Apply in person at:
Hilights Inc.
4177 N. Citrus Ave.
Crystal River, FI
MASON TENDERS
LABORERS
FORM CARPENTERS
Steady local
commercial work
WAVECREST MASONRY
(352) 746-9191
Mechanic Wanted
Must be experienced in
diesel and must have
tools. Apply at SMG,
Crystal River 795-7170,
ask for Steve.


SUNDAY, J,uARY 1, 2006 9D,


w


EXP. PAINTERS
Wanted. Lonny Snipes
Painting, Cell, 400-0501

r EXPPLUMBER
Starting Wage
between $16-18/hr. I
I ALSO HELPERS !
Benefits, Health,
SHolidays & Paid
Vacation. 621-7705
---- I ml
Plywood Sheeters
& Laborers
Needed In Dunnellon
area. (352) 266-6940

PRODUCTION/
MECHANIC

Great Southern Wood
Preserving Inc.,
Is seeking a goal
oriented,
dependable, safety
conscious person to
become part of our
team. Individuals
would need some
mechanical
background & be
willing to work the
2nd and/or the
3rd shift.
We offer competitive
wages, health care
& 401K.
Please apply In
person at:
194 CR 527A
Lake Panasoffkee,
S Fl133538
Or call Sean 0 Dell
(352) 793-9410
Drug Free Work Place
EOE
READY MIX DRIVERS

Class B or A, drivers
wanted for Ready Mix,
ir.n uIre ..ir-,n ot
Golf Coast Ready Mix
,8778 W. Jump C.:.ulrt
btw. hrs. 8am.- 5pmr
ROOF REPAIR
PERSON WANTED
Min 5 yrs exp ,
Apply in person
AAA ROOFING
ROOFERS
Brooksville commerce.
company experi-
enced In built-up,
T,,..i iri. .Ir.. l. 0 i,
Must have valid
driver's ii. G-.:.:.1
pay + ::o,-r[i.
352-225-1407 (cell)
or 877-596-1150


SMALL STUCCO
CREW NEEDED
For Marion Oaks area,
(352) 245-0968, Iv.msg

Utilities Operator
III

Assist In the
supervision of dally
operations on both
water and
-rea. l t rr n ra:iIll :.
Reviews monthly
operating reports to
regulatory agencies
(DEP), Schedule and
account for all Permit
required laboratory
sampling and
analysis. Must have
dual certification as
Water and
Wastewater Operator
with at least one
advanced
certification In either
water or wastewater
or the ability to
achieve within 18
months of hire.
$15.69 hourly to start..
Excellent benefits.
Apply at the
Citrus County Human
Resources Office.
3600 W. Sovereign
Path, Suite 283,
Lecanto, FL 34461
no later than Friday,
January 6, 2006.
EOE/ADA





AAA EMPLOYMENT
LIGHT MAINT. $10
E r .. ra.:iiir, iT. i.l
PEST TECH. $400 WK
Co. will train
P/T SALES $6.25+COM
Real Estate not req.
ROUTE DEL. $500 WK
Co. will train!
Call for Appt. 795-2721
BUDDY'S HOME
FURNISHINGS

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


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





CIRCULATION
SYSTEMS
MANAGER

Responsible for the
maintenance and
performance of the
circulation systems.
Produce reports and
troubleshoot system
problems.
Assist with compli-
ance and reporting
to the Circulation
Audit.Bureau.
inr. :l, Jrr i e. n .-.3-
-pr ,mrkelr.ng and
1E eriort:
Knowledge of the DSI
circulation system.
Knowledge
of ABC auditing
requirements.
Pep.:.rtn 1.:, itr
,ir,:ula1.1crI. L ire IC. .r
full ri.me JO Ji rc.urjr
per ,.eCk e'empt
p.,. nc.r. or,3 C Jould
require :.orm earil,
.:.rr.irng *Jr,a.
.,eeken.r .ulle:
Applications being
accepted through
January 10, 2006.
-ppi, rI., r@
: rr.:,rlI e.: .,rili r. .:.,. .


Cleaning Position
F/T or P/T, days or night
Dependable trans.,
good driving record,
exp. pref., bondable.
DFWP Call 8am-6pm,
352-860-2646

Cleaning Positions

Up to $12 per hour.
Nights & wknds. Inver-
ness area. DFWP EOE
352-860-0596 Lv. Msg.
or fax resume 637-0330


Delivery Driver

For Ocala, CLW, Tampa
areas, Class D Uc., local
ref., $10-12/hr., Benefits
2541 W Dunnellon Rd

Employment

CHILDHOOD
DEVELOPMENT
SERVICES, INC.

The following positions
are available In
Citrus County.

*HEAD START
SUBSTITUTES
*EL
REIMBURSEMENT
SPECIALIST

Apply in person or
call our JOB LINE
for more details:
1-800-635-KIDS
Fax: 352-351-4279
E-mail: jobs@cdsi.org
Attn: HR
1601 N.E. 25th Ave.
Suite 900,
Ocala, FL 34470
EOE/AA/DFWP


FRONT DESK
i-i'.tei "A c.eriernce ,
p,'ere re- 31
C.-nreli s Full tiTme.
Apply In person:
BEST WESTERN
t1. I3W/ H. .',, 10
) ,alI Irl.er


HOUSEKEEPER

Experience required.
Multi function job.
'Energetic, organized
& corlr., ir.d;idul..31 "/
...:.O q ." torn',er
"er.ace I'ill,
30 hrs.a.week.
Apply at:
Barrington Place
2341 W. Norvell Bryant
Lecanto, FI


HOUSEKEEPER

G.-.:., Eenr,eli; "
Apply In person qt:
Best Western.
Crystal River


L "


I















Housekeeping
Looking for an ind.
to help maintain
Country Club
Activities Center, Golf
Pro Shop, Restaurant,
etc. Full Time.
Apply In Person:
240 W. Fenway Drive.
Hernando
JOBS GALOREIII
www.AAA
EMPLOYMENT.NET
LAUNDRY
ASSISTANT
Assist in laundry, runs
linen & light
. -.aier.3 re.;
Apply In person at:
Best Western
Crystal River

Maintenance
Asst.

WILDWOOD SNF
seeks Experienced
maintenance techs.
.Painting/Remodeling
Experience Required.

GREAT SALARY/
BENEFITS
Arbor Village Nursing
490 S. Old.Wire Rd
Call 352-787-2910
Fax 352-748-3919
Jobs@CQcare.com
MUNRO'S
LANDSCAPING
Is seeking exp'd
landscaping personnel.
Must have valid driver's
license. (352) 621-1944
NOW HIRING
FRONT DESK &
HOUSE PERSON-
Apply in person,
Bella Oasis, Hwy.19,
Homosassa Springs

j OFFICE ASSISTANT
For Home Builder
Must be take charge
individual- 40 hour
work week.
Construction
,.:,.r 3,.l:,3ri, i-,,'l >. .
Customer Service
skills a must.
Fax Resume
352-637-4141
'Office, Sales, Install
S Joe's Carpet,
Inquire both stores.

OPS Food
Support
Worker
One Year of Food
Service Experience,
High School Diploma
or Equ'..ier.i li lto
SThis ; w,',i '.,.,ir c.ujir.
At A Remote
Second-Chance
School. The
Incumbent Will Be
Required To
Pass Background
S Screening and
Requires Possession of
Valid Driver's License.
Salary $8.44 Per Hour,
24 Hours Per Week.
S'' Submit a State of
Florida Application to.
DAC DI lrf r
.' %, .3 F cr l f -r,
'. nrC .r. :..-i." ,
Jihorio, 14251 SE Glass-
Road, Inglit, FL
34449. EEO
(352)465-8533-

POOL SERVICE
TECHNICIAN
Exp. requested but.
not necessary. Will
t, rtr lr :,-i i.;. ,;irl :r
welcome.-Apply in
person. Mon-Fri
8am-3pm1233 E.
Norvell Bryant Hwy.

POOL/MAINT
TECH
ri .lu.t 0,. ri-.,.ie
.- - plus pick up
application at Spruce
Creek Preserve
-Gatehouse SR200.
- Or call 352-861-0159,
ask for Laura.

REAL ESTATE CAREER
| Sales Lic. Class i
$249. Staat 2/14/06 |
I CITRUS REAL ESTATE I
I SCHOOL, INC. |
(352)795-0060

SECURITY
OFFICERS
Security Class D Lic. -
Required. Local.
352-726-1551 Ext 1313
SCall btw. 7am -3pm
TRUSS BUILDERS
O/T" ; Full Benefits. Call
S Bruce Component
Systems, Inc.
(352) 628-0522 Ext 15
WE BUY HOUSES
CaSh........Fast I
S 352-637-2973
i lhomesold.com




PARK STORE
CLERK

Part -time position at
the Chassahowitzka
Campgrounds with a
variable work
schedule up to 25
hours weekly.
-,l -,r.g .0 r.' .f ,:u:-
tomers at the office,
handling reservations
for camp sites,
operating the cash


register, stocking the
shelves, cleaning the
store, etc. Basic
knowledge of cash
register operations.
Experience working
with the public. Must
be able to work a
flexible schedule
including weekends
and holidays and
have dependable
; transportation.

$6.92 hourly
Good benefllts
Apply at the
Citrus County Human
Resources Office.
3600 West Sovereign
.. Path. Suite #283.
Lecanto, FL 34461
.,'no later than Friday.
January 6. 2006
EOE/ADA


Mechanic
For nights & weekends.
(Will Train). Must be
over 18. Apply in
person. Manatee
Lanes, Crystal River.
DFWP


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

NOW ENROLLING

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

REAL ESTATE CAREER
| Sales Lic. Class I
S$249.Start 2/14/06
CITRUS REAL ESTATE I
SCHOOL, INC. I
S(352)795-0060




OFFICE
MANAGER PT
Must be able to work
flexible hrs. Book
keeping & computer
skills a must. Good
with people.
Security Check.
.Please fax-resume to
(352)726-2787




FRANCHISE/
MASTER FRANCHISE
Unique rapidly-growing
pizza concept. 24 yr.
history. Training,.
marketing, operations
:upprtC ?ee.why
.e .-:,Iover200
, F ir..:h Ir. r,..,: .3r,:l
1-888-344-2767 x210
INDEPENDENT/
CONTRACT
CARRIERS
Straight Truck Owners
SEntrepreneur, .
-- r.1u' : ip t,'
$125,000. Work with
the #1 home delivery
company of -
,1rii-r,:'e .
: Tun-nur ,,-, Ir.,
.-unjr.r ',','.:.r rr
.:U i :- lI .'. .orrer
established contracts,
immediate payment,
incentive plans,
flevible dellery
.u. r,-.eji-ir.--,t-1. .,


'r,.J-pi r,e lt b.u:ir,-:,
.:.r. ir.E ra.i i :ac:.
Qualify at GTS, 5042
West Silver Springs
Blvd, Ocala, FL 34482.
(Located In the SLS
Distribution Center)
Dhone: 352-620-8849


English Castle. All glass.
45" high 18" W. Must
Seel $1300.
382-7888
Huge Tiger Oak Buffet
Circa 1910. Lion head
mirrors, ornate, claw
feet. $575.
(352) 795-5098


HOTTUB SPA, 5-PERSON
24 Jets, redwood
cabinet. Warranty,
must move, $1495.
352-286-5647.
Sauna, 48" W X 44"
Deep X 80" high.
Cost $4400.
Never used. $1500
OBO. 382-7888
SPA
W/ Therapy Jets. 110
volt, water fall, never
used $1850.
(352) 597-3140




30" KENMORE RANGE
continuous cleaning
oven. WHIRLPOOL
DISHWASHER, Both in
exc. cond. $150 each
ono (352) 726-1761
A/C & HEAT PUMP
SYSTEMS. New in box.
5 & 10 year Factory
Warranties at
:- 2 Ton 827 .00
3 Ton $927.00
4 Ton $1,034.00
install kits available
or professional
installation also avail.
IFree Delivery
*ALSO POOL HEAT
PUMPS AVAILABLE
Lic.#CAC 057914
Call 746-4394.

ALL APPLIANCES. New
& Used, Scratch Dent.
W arr.'.o., i- r: .*: ,
stoves, refrig, etc. Serv
Buy/ Sell 352-220-6047
APPLIANCE CENTER
Used Refrigerators,
Stoves, Washers, Dryers.
NEW AND USED PARTS
Dryer Vent Cleanina
Visa, M/C., A/E. Checks.
352-795-8882
Electric Stove,
GE Dishwasher
$40. each
(352) 628-4868
GE Deluxe Range,
self cleaning, Ig. Oven
$150. Frost free Refriger-
ator, good condition
18.5 cu. ft. $125.-
(352) 637-1792.
KENMORE DISHWASHER
& Refrigerator, both
work well, $40 each
obo (352) 341-4739
Kenmore, self Cin.- Solid
..ir.:.- b'.. usedtwlce'
20, I- rno frost,
r,.g t. q $100,
all .,.:o., excellent
(352) 212-1791
".1.3l.:rir.,, .hirlpool Ex-
J L3,'ge Capacity.
Heavy Duty Washer &
Dryer. $275.00
(352) 860-0444
Stack Washer/Dryer
1 10V, works. $100.
(352) 795-6613
WASHER & DRYER, HD,
$250 set, Refrig., $165
E. -i c c l


-"laimI


FARM BOSS
28HP Tractor, 2005, 4X4
diesel, 3pt. hitch, 5'
cutter Incl. $9,945, 352-
726-0415 or 228-2618





3 pc. Iron Porch
Furniture, w cushions,
$100. obo
Amoire 6 ft. x 4ft, enter-
tainment center. $500.
obo (352) 637-1161

4 White Bar Stools,
upholstered, chfome
legs, $200; 5 PC Fabric
Sectional Sofa, off
white, w/matching
chaise lounge, $300
(352) 795-5804

4 White Whicker Chairs
w/ cushions,
fair condition
$75. for set
(352) 795-7764

48" Octagon Table
w/4 upholstered beige
chairs. Excellent
condition. $85.
(352) 746-0729

5FT GLASSTOP DINING
TABLE, 6 mauve
up.r,.:l' to--' .:-talr.:
Ini r, . ...i j ,:.t: :, .
(352) 628-4224


MR CITRUS COUNTY












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


CLASSIFIED


INrn 0 MI.JuIun


I


I General
c= Help I


3pc. Sect. Sofa,
Tan & white $100.
Elec. Stove $50.
(352) 637-5171
5-PC. WICKER
SECTIONAL, 2 corner/3
middle sections, 12FT
long end to end, very
good cond., $375
(352) 465-6619
ATTIC HEIRLOOM BY
BROYHILL
NEW, Table & 6 chairs.
Pd $2,700 Sacrifice
$1,500 obo (352)
476-8828 or 563-2349
BED: $170, New Queen.
No Flipped Pillow Top
Set. 5 yrs warr. King Set
$215. Delivery
352-597-3112
BED: $559 Nassa
Memory Foam Set;
Seen on TV. 20yr Warr.
Never Used. Retail
Cost $1459. Can Deliver
352-398-7202
Bedroom Suite, white,
quee6 size bed, night-
stand, dresser w/9 Ig.
drawers, desk w/chair,
& occasional chair,
$700. (352) 382-1731
BEDS BEDS BFDS
Beautiful fact closeouts.
Nat. Advertised Brands
50% off Local Sale
Prices.Twin $78 Double
$98-Queen $139 King
$199. (352)795-6006
Bunk Beds, like new,
twin/Full, white w/ ,
mattress's, $75.
(352) 489-1082
China Cabinet
wood $300.
Rd. Wood table,
w/ 4 chairs $250.
(305) 984-2986
COUCH AND
LOVESEAT
Leather, Blush color. Very
Good Condition. $500
422-1316 or 726-1326
DINING ROOM TABLE,
with 6 chairs, washed
oak, $250 obo SOFA 92"
brown 'w/2 reclining
ends $250 obo
(352) 344-3321
Drexel Dining Suite,
Table ... i .e.. 6
chairs, lighted china
.:,3L. L..ff 1i .:3r..-r
(352) 382-1731


:LOD *TNDfAV IAT'rAisV :1,2006


King Size Pillow Top
Mattress Set. Never
used. Still in plastic. Cost
over $1100. Must sell
$375. Del. Poss.
(352) 465-8741
MULTI COLOR BROWN
SOFA & CHAIR, $100
(352) 726-2165
PAUL'S FURNITURE
New Inventory daily
Store Full of Bargains
Tues-Fri 9-5 Sat 9-1
Homosassa 628-2306
Pre Owned Furniture
Unbeatable Prices
NU 2 U FURNITURE
Homosassa 621-7788,
Preowned Mattress Sets
from Twin $30; Full $40
Qn $50; Kg $75.
628-0808
Queen size pillow top
mattress set. Never
used. Still in plastic. Cost
over $900. Sacrifice
$300. Delivery poss.
(352)465-8741
RECLINER
SOFA/LOVESEAT
Tan sofa&loveseat reclin-
ing$500 Blue,gold,burg
couch&chr$300 249-1132
ROUND KITCHEN TABLE,
4 wood chairs, small
china cabinet, light
wood, $150
(352) 726-0072
Sectional Sofa, seats 6,
L shaped, light neutral,
fabric, pastel, aqua &
rose design, $250.
SMW (352) 382-0651
Sofa & loveseat Cam-
,-l -,.:]- r a. 'raTiO.:: ,,
C.,-r.; 1I',i,31 p,.n-rr,
wood claw legs. excel,
cond. $650.
(352) 538-6311
SOFA, Light blue, mint
& white, large cushions,
$100 obo
(352) 860-0104
The Path's Graduates,
Single Mothers,
i I .: ,', j r r, ij ur,.
I.r..ira g to, .l .' 1 : ,:
& beds are needed.
Call (352) 527-6500




FREE REMOVAL OF
:, j.
? h-,eeler 628-2084
Scag Mower
61" deck $3,500. obo
(352) 794-0321




CHASSAHOWITZKA
Moving Sale, 7541 W.
Miss Maggie Dr., '87
Ranger, 6x8 shed; hshld
FLORAL CITY
Moving Sale. Sat..
10a-6p Sun. 1p-6p &
Mon 10a-6p Furn., table
& chairs, apple ; washer
S& dryer, lamps, deks,
tools, ladders & lawn
care. Stagecoach to
9143 S. Meredith Ave.
LECANTO
New Hardware,
Half Price
FREE measuring tape
w/$10 or + purchase.
The Path Shelter Store
1729 W. Gulf to Lake
Hwy. (352) 746-9084


aulN"Xl JNt


"LIVE AUCTIONS"
www.charliefudge.com
For Upcoming Auctions
1-800-542-3877


L -U4


. - ,





Every day hundreds of people like you turn to the Classifieds

1l p u .U 1. l T.)[ i.l.T lnhi ') :ll q. ) k I 1 q rv- hr,,lhve r.. lin
S.r,, placr yuur i.i..,llia Jd %ir. u-I1


W What is ez?

h IRONIL E ;h,


CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


Metal Roofing

Direct from Manufacturer


TriCounly Metals, LLC

(Located Behind the Dollar General Trenton, Florida)

Building Packages

Many colors in stock

*All Accessories

Cut to Length

Delivery Available

*State of Florida Approved

for fast quotes call:

(352) 463-8400 or


lc= Boats


6 HUGE PARROT CAGES,
$100 and up NEWER
DINING ROOM SET
(352) 726-9593

2006
SPECIALS
6 lines 10 days
Items totalling
$1-$150...........$5.95
$151-$400......$10.95
$401-$800.......$15.95
$801-$1,500....$20.95
CALL CHRONICLE
CUSTOMER
SERVICE
726-1441 OR
563-5966
Two general
merchandise items
per ad,

private party only.
(Non-Refundable)
Some Restrictions
May Apply

CARPET
1000's of Yards/In
Stock. Many colors.
Sacrifice352-527-1528
CARPET FACTORY Direct
Restretch Clean *
Repair Vinyl Tile *
Wood (352) 341-0909
SHOP AT HOME
COUCH, LOVESEAT
Neutral tans, $275;
BIKE Royce Union,
21spd. Shimano $45.
SMW (352) 382-4153
CRAFTSMAN
10" Radial Armsaw
w/cablnet on wheels;.
$120.
PATIO TABLE w/4 chairs,
$35. (352) 586-6733
David Bramblett
(352) 302-0448








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

---ii y -

Nature Coast
HOLIDAY SPECIAL S
KEYWEST ,umbo Shrimo
13-15ct. $51Sb; Medium
$3.501b. 352-795-4770
Fainting Couch
$500. obo
.Gas Grill, like new.
$75. obo
(352) 637-1161
King Bed Spread
w/ skirt, blanket, pillows,
flower arran. new, $60.
Croscill shower curtain
8 r.:,<.I. I p''rr -.'

352'795-4892
Magic Chef 30" Gas
Stove w/ glass front
$125.. Basset Floral de-
sign, queen sofa sleep-
er $250. good condition
352-637-1061
Magnetic Mattress Pad,
European HEALTH CON-
CEPTS, queen size, like
Snew cond, $50
(352) 465-6619
NATIVITY SCENE
4 pc's. Large 50% scale,
a, ,.L,.0e
(352)489-1902
NEW 5 SEATER HOT TUB
S I -00 ':' Will C ell -r
(352)697-2596


ALUM. SCREEN'DOOR,
white, standard size,
$40 (352) 628-1669
SOD, ALL TYPES
Installed and delivery
avallable.352-302-3363
TELESCOPE MEADE
ETX-70 State of the art
w/auto Star computer
controller, database
to located planets
w/carrying case,
deluxe field tripod,
never used, still in case,
$200 (352) 344-5639
Iv.msg._
WHITE, LIKE NEW
FIBERGLASS SHOWER
with hardware, $175
(352) 344-1907 -




5' Sandwich Prep
Station :,'
holds great temp.
,$400. obo,,
(352) 794-0321.
FACIAL CHAIR
Barely used, white.
For salon, $125.
(352) 795-0732 or
(352)422-1926




Marshall 4x12 Guitar
Cabinet
JCM900 1960
Exc. condition. $450
(352) 382-0098
Story & Clark Piano
console, solid cherry,
excel. cond. tuned
yearly w/ extras. $800,
(352) 465-2356



.3 Wheel Bicycle
.-$35,
3 Wheel Bicycle
Miami Sun, $115.
(352) 621-3.153
Adams GT Extreme
Irons, like new, 3-PW,
SW&LobV. f.lr,:
i.irifl . i-' Adams
hlOr,I 1.1 ',.'cod["
i3ia .ri, : iT i rl. hit
SMW (352) 382-4153
HOLIDAY SPECIAL$.
KEYWEST Jumbo Shrimp
13-15ct. $51b; Medium
$3.501b. 352-795-4770
GOLF CLUBS
Callaway Big Bertha
Irons, GW-4 steel, $265.
Callaway 4+ steel head
wood, Graphite $60.
(352) 860-0048
Gorgeous like new,
Pool Table,
wine felt, $1,500. obo,
Call Mary
-352-302-8946
Gun Sh6w
Jan. 7th & 8th
Ocala City Aud.
S N.E. 9thSt.&
N.E. San Chez, Con.
weapon
permit class
(931) 629-2203
POOL TABLE,
Gorgeous, 8', 1" Slate,
new in crate, $1350.
352-597-3519



4X8 UTILITY TRAILER with
tilt, good cond., $225
6x10 YARD SERVICE
TRAILER .:.. .: ..r. :
-:375 (352) 795-8863
BUY SELL, TRADE. PARTS,
REPAIRS, CUST. BUILD
Hwy 44 & 486


BUYING OLD WOOD
BASEBALL BATS
Any condition. Baseball
gloves & signed balls.
(727) 236-5734
Wanted by retired man,
non running outboard
motor, under 10 HP
(352) 628-7818




NOTICE
Pets for Sale
In the State of Florida
per stature 828.29 all
dogs or cats offered
for sale are required
to be at least 8 weeks
of age with a health
certificate per
Florida Statute.
2 African Fat tall
Geckos, w/cage
& accessories, very
friendly, do not bite '
$100. obo 352-628-5432
304-8726
AMERICAN BULLDOG
PUPS, Purebred,
1st shots, dewormed, .
female, 9 wks $150.,
352-634-2069
Humanitarians
of Florida
Low Cost Spay &
nleuter by App.
C,1 [ luitere. .20
Doa Neutered &
Saved start at $35
(352) 563-2370
PUG PUPS
Adorable $450;
(352) 795-7205
Shih-Tzu Puppy,
4 months old, female,
$300 (352) 302-2821




Horse Sitting w/TLC
at your barn.
L-:r.-a .3 h.:.rt T-rrrm
352-746-6207




BOAT TRAILER
for 16' boat,.
galvanized. $400.
(352) 302-8600 -
Honda Outboard
71/2 HP, 4'stroke w/ tank,-
i:... h .,d ju.t .,r -.
,:.3 $700 Call Hank
(352) 697-0220
Wanted by retired man,
ncr, rurrir,.a ,.uit..:3ard
r ,,-.t-.i: url. Iir ii HI:
S(352) 628.7818




SEEDOO
MILLENNIUM'S
2000 GTX & 2000 RX
50 hrs on both $9,000.
furl :.11-, (352) 302 1891





THREE RIVERS
MARINE



CLEAN USED
BOATS
WWe Need Them!
We Sell Them!
U S. Highway 19
Crystal River
563-5510


16 Ft., Boat, 40 H,
mariner motor & trailer,
runs good, $1000. obo
Call Bob
(352) 637-5433
1997 KENCRAFT
19', center console, hard-
top, 140 Suzuki, trailer,
dual bait., great shape.
$9,500.00 352-527-8376






New Proline 17 Sport
90 HP Mercury
Continental Trailer &
Coast Guard Kit
$16,595
Butch, Bob, & Tom wish you a
happy and healthy new year.
1976 S. Suncoast Blvd.
Homosassa, FL 34448



CHALLENGER
'98, 17ff.; Bass Boat; 50H
motor, F.F,.cust. trail.,
troll, motor $4,350.obo
1352) 637-2735
HOLIDAY SPECIAL
KFYWEST 4umbo ShrimD
13-15ct. $51b; Medium.
$3.501b. 352-795-4770
JON BOAT '
15 Veml V Boat, 20 Jet,
merc, gal. trailer, excel.,
cond., to much to list.
$3,500. (352) 465-2083


HUGE PONTOON
&DECK BOAT
SALE

Holiday Savings
on all New &
Pre Owned
Inventory

Crystal River
Marine
352-795-2597

KEYWEST
;', i '- 0 .: .; '- rip
.I n- ..: ilt trim E.

,n-lr,i I.-.,,e.1 rr.r.i
ie' Irnc, ~.0rr,r 200-1
o m.'ue.: -.-. i' m i-urjrri, railer
F..,,3 re I l, r
(352)228-3599





NEED

BOATS!!
sellingg them f
a1 tes a
%e et their

S NOFtE .


i C4.a TVs
tprPos


Proline Cuddy
WaIl a,'.u,'=,3 2 i I l.1i
J.-.r,r .:. :.r ,' I? A' f'.j1
caron.: Ecel :alc
,450 .(35262-0776
SI LVERTON
jr.ur. y, .' IS L .'n c-"
r-ode (352) 249-6982
or 249-6324










CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


WILDERNESS
14FT Kayak, rod holders,
paddles, $350
(352) 344-3918


-m
Holiday 24'
1977, low miles, new
brakes,
needs TLC. Make offer.
(352) 637-5525
HOLIDAY RAMBLER
38' 98,50K, dlesl pshr,
Alllson 6spd. Tile, corian,
convec, oven, Ig. slide,
diesel gen. new tires,
$79,000 (352) 746-9211
HUNTERS SPECIAL
1983 Allegro -27' sips 8
Newer engine. $8500.
(352) 344-2500
NATIONAL
29', Non smoker, banks
system, clean, full bath,
must sell, Asking $26,000
(352) 746-6607
Search 100's of
Local Autos
Online at
www.naturecoast
wheels.com


q-"




1998 THOR FIFTH
WHEEL
Needs fiberglass work on
the right front side. 2 slide
outs, Interior in great con-
dition, too many items to
list. $13,500. Call after 6
pm, 352 795 2601, or
leave a message.
HOLIDAY RAMBLER
1989, 28FT, sleeps 6, full
bath & kitchen $4,950
obo (352) 238-5809
after 7pm
HORNET TT
33' 2005, 2 slides, air,
awning, micro. All
options. $19,500,352-.
726-0415 or 228-2618
LAYTON DELUXE
1997, 28' 5TH Wheel,
slideouts, awning, TV
stereo, loaded, exc.
$10,000. (352) 447-4428
MALLARD 2004
26' Light weight, been
on 1 vacation, best'
offer. (352) 382-4581
MALLARD
'89, excel. cond., too
many options to list.
$5,000., 302-8979.
(352) 637-0511
VIKING POP UP
17' 1998, garage kept
since-new. Awning &
AC, $2,995. 352-
726-0415 or 228-2618



1989 Ford 302 Motor
w/transmission, runs
great, $500. OBO
(352) 302-9957
Cloth Tonneau Cover
for Dodge Dakota
Quad Cab. 66"x62"
S$100.00 (352) 726-8636
Tonneau Cover Kit for
full size PDodge Pick-up
$125. .
(352) 527-1123


-i
ATV + ATC USED PARTS
Buy-Sell-Trade ATV, ATC
Gocarts, 12-5pm Dave's
USA (352) 628-2084
CONSIGNMENT USA
Cdr-Truck-Boat-SUV
CASH OR CONSIGN
98% Sales Success. No
*.Fee to Seller,909 44W/
US19-airport. 212-3041
FREE REMOVAL OF
Mowers, motorcycles,
Cars. ATV's, Jet ski's,
3 wheelers. 628-2084
WANTED: 83 TO 86
MUSTANG COUPE
Wanted: Dead or
Alive: 1983 to 1986
Mustang Coupe 5.0 11-
ter, no hatchbacks or
convertibles, coupe
only, prefer tan or
brown Interior, can
be running or notl
Call anytime:
352-220-5028, If you Iv.
a msg. w/ph. number
I will call you back.




LAI lw ra


VEHICLES WANTED,
Dead or Alive.
Call Smltty's Auto
a9 n1 I A


1990 Replica of a 1927
Roadster, Ford engine,
transmission, new fires,
springs, shock's, needs
minor repairs $3,500.
obo (352) 628-3535
1993 TOYOTA
TERCEL
141460 miles, 1000 obo,
5-spd runs greatly
341-4357
1999 TOYOTA
COROLLA VE
Green, 159000 hwy miles,
5 spd, NAC, Power Steer-
ing, AM/FM Stereo, Sin-
gle Compact Disc, some
body damage, mechani-
cally perfect. Well cared
for and garaged. $3,000
obo.
(813) 766-5013
2001 SATURN SC2
110k, Leather, $4000 obo
reliable, runs great
341-2673 Iv msg





Gr-t9o Gs.


rc8= Boats


m


97P 01GL--MLY$3725
4 DS,5SP,AC, S5 GREAT UPG
97 MllUtNL2 $... 3950
ORAUTO, SUN ROOE, sHARP
MUSMID G

1675- US 19- HOMOSASSA


HONDA ACCORD
2003,4-dr., silver EX,
blk leather Int. loaded,
auto., 4cyl., exc cond.
$17,000 (352) 400-0042
HYUNDAI
2003, Accent, auto.
32mpg. 4dr, cold air,
32K, good cond.,$7A00
OBO. (352) 7956364


AFFORDABLE W CM
88IMSSANUIiARJUSfi$900
2DR, AUTO, AC, CLEAN
91 E ....OM $950
V6, TTOP AUTO, PRICED RIGHT,
94 && OWir$975
4R, V6; AUTO, AC, SHARP
1675- US 19- HOMOSASSA


LINCOLN
1996, Towncar, 75k ml,,
great shape.
$5,700.
(352) 527-0790
MERCURY GR
MARQUIS LS 2001
77,700 ml. 1 owner,
$7800, Exc. cond. Spec
ally tuned susp w/ dual
exhaust. Electronic in-
stru. panel,multi-CD
player. 352-446-0006
MITSUBICHI
'99, Mirage, 2 DR
coupe 76k mi.
$3,000.
(352) 603-3529


..


NISSAN
1998, Atima GXE, PW,
PD, factory Sun. Rf. key-
less entry, excel, cond.
$5,000. (352) 795-8986
Olds Alero
2000, Loaded. Runs
great. 120k, $3950.
(352) 302-3107
SATURN
1996,4 dr, runs & looks
great, Ice cold air,
$2000.080.
(352) 400-5101

Search 100's of
Local Autos
Online at
www.naturecoast
wheels.comr




TRUCK DRIVERS
Class A CDL.-2yrs exp,
good miles, home time
352-748-5500




AUTO/SWAP/CAR
CORRAL SHOW
Sumter Co.
Fairgrounds
Florida Swap Meets
Jan 1st
1-800-438-8559
DODGE
'79, Little Red Express,
all orig., excel, cond.,
drive today, correct
eng. & trany $15k (352)
563-0121, 607-387-6639


:.] ,-I1 7,v1 -; M .I;
'98 Ford Mustang Convert
V6, Red, WhI .Top...............$7,450
'02 Chevy Malibu
V6, 4d Sharpl........................$7,980
'03 Dodge Intrepid SE
26k, likenew, War ...........$11 880


**BIGSALE--
CARS TRUCKS. SUVS
CREDIT REBUILDERS
$500-$ 1000 DOWN
Clean, Safe Autos
CONSIGNMENT USA
909 Rt44&US19Airport
564-1212 or 212-3041
BMW
5301, Needs work,
$1200.
(352) 302-6082

1 fIi
AFFORDABLE CARS
100 + CLEAN DEPENDABLE CARS
FROM-'325-DOWN
30 MIN. E-Z CREDIT
1675- US 19- HOMOSASSA


Call Us For More
Info. About New
Rules for Car
Donations
Donate your vehicle,
to
THE PATH
(Rescue Mission for
Men Women &
Children)
at (352) 527-6500
CHEVY CORVETTE
2005 VET 17500.MILES
$46,600 ONE OWNER
4/29/05 MSRP $52,585
6SPD, DUEL TOPS
XM,ONSTAR, BOSE 6CD
CALL 352-949-0094
REASONABLE OFFER.
FORD
'05, Focus, 9,500 ml.,
cruise control, PW, mint
condition, $16,000.
(352) 344-2550
FORD
1997 Taurus, Looks &
runs great, $2,900
(352) 422-0098
Ford Escort ZX2
1999, White, Very clean.
107k,$3000.
(352) 489-3584
Ford LTD Crown Vic.
1991,.Runs & drives
great. Clean.
$800. OBO
(352) 400-5101
FORD MUSTANG GT
1995 117K, $3900 5.0,
5-speed, all power, a/c,
352-302-2214


CLASS




FORD
'01, Saleen Mustang,
White/blk, convertible,
2 sweater opt., roll bar,
5 spd. excel cond., very
fast, The real deal. $32k
(352) 563-0121,
(607) 387-6639

MG KIT CAR
Pinto front end w/ disk
brakes, 4 cycl, Ford
engine, 4 spd trans, lots
of chrome, $6000 OBO.
Will trade 937-869-0937






AFFORDABLE VANS
96 ASTo.-----$3300
V6, AUTO, DUAL AC, LOW ML
98WINtDStR.....$3495
V, AUTO, AC, CLEAN, RUNS GREAT
98 AAP....4397
4DR, V6 AUTO, DUAL AC, LOW MLI
1675- US19- HOMOSASSA















CHEVROLET
2003, S-10,4 cyl,
"e:: hlr. J.u' mi ca..
.:,r3no 6 2 .4L0 oL.6:.
(352) 628-4216


CHEVY
'85, Suburban, 454 eng.,
turbo 400 trans., 2500
series, PW, PL, PS, CC,
filt wheel, too many
new parts, some body
work needed, $1,700.
obo (352) 563-2106
DODGE
1986 Ram, looks good,
runs great, $1,800 obo
(352) 341-0786
DODGE
1997 1500 Club Cab,
2-tone, fully loaded, 71 K
ml., Lrg. toolbox, dual
exhaust, Nerf tubes,
$8,950 (352) 212-4091
Dodge Ram 1500
2004, Blue & Silver,
Alloid Wheels, 30" tires,
20k, $15,000.
382-7888
FORD
1992, F150, straight 6,
manual trans, runs &
drives exc. $1800 OBO
(352) 400-5101
FORD
1999,250 Super Duty,
X cab 4x4, 82K,V10,
auto, pwr, tri pkg,
$13A00. (352) 465-5871
FORD
'91, F250, 4 Wh. Dr., AC,
brand new trans., still
underwarranty $5,000.
302-8979, 352-637-0511
FORD
'99, F350,4 x 4, power
stroke diesel, many
extras, perfect cond.,
lifted, $20,000. obo
(352) 795-0550
Ford Ranger XLT
10'-:' part,; tnu:l.' r, .ee,
: lujt.:r. ri.:, ',ll fJ i 1
(352) 220-9163


Search 100's of
Local Autos
Online at
www.naturecoast
wheels.com



TOYOTA
'91, dually, needs, TLC,
but with real nice mov-
ing or storage box first
$900 (352) 637-1242,






















FORD EXPLORER
2002 67,500 ml. ,XT,
Leather, third row seat
and rear a/c,$ 12,000
352-746-3003
FORD EXPLORER
1992
$1100,00, Auto. 4 door,
CD plaver;A/C;
352-795-2825


HUMMER
2003, H2, 4 whldr,
automatic, loaded,
60K, good cond.,
$28,800. (352) 527-8198
JEEP CHEROKEE
Sport 1992, 4dr, 106K ml,
New brakes, shocks,
tires, looks great In/out
& runs great, $3600.
(352) 621-3049
Nissan Pathfinder.SE
S2001,4 WD, Original
own., 68k, excel. cond.
gar. kept $11,950.
(352) 628-1954
Search 100's of
Local Autos
Online at
www.naturecoast
wheels.com







FORD
1987 ford bronco New
brakes,exhaust and tires]
Custom Sound $3500.00
795-7785 O.B,O.,
Ford Explorer
i1 --2 J.J run: ..O':d
ree3. Iran r :i-,linZo.r, .e,1
(352) 795-0975
Search 100's of
Local Autos
Online at
www.naturecoast
wheels.com

Ci .ONIC .


351-0101 SUCRN
PUBLIC NOTICE
SECTION 00020
INVITATION TO BID
Sealed bids for furnishing of all labor and materials and
performing all work necessary and Incidental to the WTI
HVAC Renovation & CHS Field House will be received
by the Citrus County School Board prior to 2:00 p.m. lo-
cal time on January 17, 2006, In the Purchasing Depart-
ment, Building 200, Room 219, Citrus County. School
Board, 1007 West Main Street, Inverness, Florida,
34450-4698. Immediately following all bids received will
be opened and read aloud In Building 200, Room 201
Conference Room,
Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check
or bid bond In the amount of not less than five percent
(5%) of the maximum amount of the Bid as a gugran-.
tee that the Bidder, If awarded the Contract, will within
ten (10) calendar days after written notice being glen
of bid acceptance, enter Into a written Contract with
the Citrus County School Board, In accordance with
the accepted Bid, and give a surety bond satisfactory
to the Citrus County School Board equal to one hun-
dred percent (100%) of the Contract amount.
No Bidder may withdraw his/her Bid for a period of thir-
ty (30) days after the date set for the opening of the
Bids.
All prime contractors must hold a Citrus County School
Board Certificate of Pre-quallflcation to bid on Citrus
County School Board construction projects. Prime con-
tractors must be pre-quallfled by the Citrus County
School Board prior to submitting a bid. Prime contrac-
tor's bids must be within the bid limits specified on their
pre-quallfication certificate. For contractor pre-quallfi-
cation Information call the Citrus County School Board
Facilities and Construction Department at 352/726-
1931, ext. 2208.
Pre-bid Conference-
A. A mandatory pre-bid conference for Prime Con-
tractors, and optional for sub-contractors, will be held
at WTI and then CHS
B. Conference will occur January 4, 2006, 10:00 a.m.
Bidders may obtain a maximum of two (2) sets of Con-
tract Documents from. Anston-Greenless, 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 Bids.
The Citrus County School Board reserves the absolute
right to award the Bid to the lowest, responsive Bidder,
'to waive any Informality or Irregularity In any Bid, or to
reject any and all Bids received based solely on the
Board's determination of the best Interests of the
School District.
CITRUS COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
INVERNESS, FLORIDA
BY: Sandra C. HImmel
Superintendent of Schools
Published three (3) times In the Citrus County Chronicle,
December 18 and 25, 2005; January 1, 2006.


"MR CITRUS COUNTY


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

CHEVROLET
1995, Conv. Van, V-6,
runs great, TV, VCR -
customized $3,500
(352) 382-4252
CHEVROLET
2000 Astro LS, V-6, 63K,
teal, full pwr, full warr.,
NADA $9,200 Asking
$7,800 obo 637-6538
DODGE
;'. r.2 ro i tor. con-
m 0.a r .pa *. :'" O
.lu.t ^ (352) 527-2690
DODGE
2000 :.1 l. III
C -,.rj. r .r~n '..:, I T r .
2ea :r.aie $9,500.
(352) 527-0790


FORD
1997, Hltop Mark Illi
Conversion Van, looks
& runs good, 200k ml.
$3,900. (352) 527-0790

Search 100's of
Local Autos
Online at
www.naturecoast
wheels.corn







ATV + ATC USED PARTS
Buy-Sell-Trade ATV, ATC,
Go-carts 12-5pm Dave's
USA (352) 628-2084
Yamaha Raptor 660
2001, mint cond. Less
than 20 hrs. $3500/obo
(352) 422-4571




HARLEY DAVIDSON
'97 Dyna convertible,
low ml., too many ex-
tras to list, $13,500 obo
(352) 726-3834 or
(727) 235-1997

Search 100's of
Local Autos
Online at
www.naturecoast
wheels.com

CH~pM~lI,An:





CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


in omosassa5


,~ a


SIn Verness


F 1& OM E E CTIM OO.S".f,SL


-0 VF U
04 JEEP 04 DODGE 05 DODGE 06 DODGE CHARGER 04 CHRYSLER 03 JEEP 05 JEEP 05 DODGE
WRANGLER RUMBLE BEE DAKOTA SLT Navigation, DVD, $AVE. CONCORDE WRANGLER UNLIMITED MAGNUM RT
,Right drive. #8908D Must See! #8876P Quad cab, V8. #B60444A Loaded w/luxury. #D60134F Sierra, both tops. #8798P Off road ready #D6.0241 A Loaded. #D6.0117A
19,7060 '20,1640 21,7650 '31,2960 516,488 5$19,988 $21,488 :27,9881
<.Prices and payments exclude tax, tag, title and dealer fee (299.50 )and includes all factory incentives, rebates and customer loyalty. Dealer incenti 'es subject to change See Dealer for Details Photos for illustration purposes only

CHRYSLER *DODGE JEEPV + J CHRYSLER* DODGE JEEP
IC" 14877.692.7998 1-8774692.7S9
563-2277 MY CRYSTAL 726-1238 MY CRY-STA-L
1005 S. Suncoast Blvd., Homosassa 1277 Hwy. 44 West, Inverness


ve SPECIAL PURCHASE
Fro 2005 DODGE NEONS & CHEVY CAVALIERS


Great
< Gas >
Mileage


o DOWN/ 229 PER MONTH


WJLC.


OPEN


24.ou./7 DAYS Am CYAVUTOLCOM


SCH rVT
EQUINOX LT
$AVE, loaded. #26049A
$s9,462


03 CHEVY
SILVERADO Z71 EXT
Low miles. #8829T
$20,986


u CH VT
SILVERADO 2500
Red. #25047B
$21,439W


05 FORD FI50
Only 8,800 miles, $AVE.
#26109B
$25,4980


05 CHEVY 03 CHEVY S-10
CAVALIER Great gas mileage.
Several to Choose From! #8923P
$11,4991 11,888'


03 CHEVY ASTRO VAN
Front & Rear heat & A/C.
#8983P
*13,888


05 CHEVY
COLORADO
Like new. #8981 P
$13,8880
I - .


05 CHEVY COBALT
Great gas mileage.
#8959P
$14,888+


05 CHEVY 04 CHEVY 03 BUICK
MALIBU BLAZER LESABRE
Several to Choose From I Like new. #8518B Great ride. #8952P
$14,888 $14,888 $14,888
Elpiimmehna (l


05 CHEVY
UPLANDER
Gorgeous, loaded.
19,888


05 CHEVY
EQUINOX LT
Leather, all power. #8918T
*20,998


**72 months @ 7.9% Selling price $11,588 0Prices and payments exclude tax, tag, title and dealer fee (299.50 )and includes all factory incentives, rebates and customer loyalty. Dealer incentives subject to change. See Dealer for Details. Photos for illustration purposes only.


CHEVROLET


LOCAL 1.877692.7998
795-1515 MY CRYSTAL
S1035 S. Suncoast Blvd., Homosassa


CH


EVR


OLET


LOCA 1.877692.7998
637-5050 MY CRYSTAL
2209 Hwy. 44 West, Inverness j


05 CHEVY SILVERADO
2500 HD 4X4
Ext. cab. #N6033A
*26,888"


3LZLP SuSiDAY, JANuARY


Epp, -,mqpmw


NMI


1 30 % T--r -,T 1 20tr',


AC:7t:7
"Emor-




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs