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Title: Citrus County chronicle
Uniform Title: Citrus County Chronicle
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Language: English
Creator: Citrus County Chronicle
Publisher: Scofield Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Inverness, Fla.
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Publication Date: January 22, 2006
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Inverness City (over)Hall


It's time for old

city hall to go
DAVE PIEKLIK
dpieklik@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
W hen the old
Inverness City Hall is
demolished within
the next month, it will be gone
but not forgotten.
, The 7,000-square-foot build-
ing is being removed to make
room for an expansive park-
like plaza that surrounds the
new 26,000-square-foot Inver-
ness Government Center. The
image of the small build ing
that served its city's needs the
past 43 years sitting in the
shadow of its bigger cousin
symbolizes a significant step'
for the city's future..
"I look at these buildings as
icons in their own right. They
provide for the leaders of the
city to make these decisions."
City Manager Frank
DiGiovanni said. "That build-
ing saw a lot of people come
and go. decisions made."
Looking back
On the summer afternoon of
July 6. 1962. city officials wel-
comed a new chapter for city
government, with the dedica-
tion of its new city hall. Fifty
dollars was spent on refresh-
mients and food, and all the
important local dignitaries
were in attendance.
Then-council president
Kathleen Balasch helped cuti
the ribbon on the entrance to
the building, which at that
time housed administrative
offices, the police department
and city clerk. In 1964, the
city's finance department and
a library were added.
With a small but grow ing
town, city hall had constantly
been on the move before set-
thng into its final location at
212 \V. Main St. Many years
before. office space %\as used
wherever it could be found,
including in the Masonic
Temple, and in 1927 in a small
shedlike building on a grassy
lot on West Main Street.
Fast-forward to 1965 -
Inverness is now a small city,
home to roughly 2,000 people
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Finishing touches are being put on the new Inverness Government Center. Mid-State Glass journeyman
glazier Art Huebner places a dress cap on a large window Thursday morning as work crews continue
despite the building being partially open.


Staff adjusts to new digs


BRIAN LaPETER/Chronicle
Inverness City Manager Frank DiGiovanni organizes his office
Wednesday in the new Inverness Government Center.


DAVE PIEKLIK
dpieklik@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
Inverness officials believe their
new city hall isn't just a larger and
more modern building than the one
it's replacing-- it's a historical step
for a growing city.
All last week, computer cables
were connected and documents re-
filed, and the Inverness Govern-
ment Center officially opened
Thursday .The 26,000-square-foot,
two-story, multipurpose building
replaces the smaller 7,000-square-


foot city hall that's been city head-
quarters since 1962.
While sitting recently in his new
office upstairs, City Manager Frank
DiGiovanni said the new city hall
isn't just a building.
"It just signiifies a belief in yotir-
self," he said. "We're here, we're
proud of who we are "
Part of history
DiGiovanni thought for a few
moments about leaving the past
when the old city hall is demol-

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Problems still exist for some in new drug plan


JIM HUNTER
jhunter@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
After about a week and a half in
limbo in relation to her Medicare
prescription drug eligibility,
Sharon Hagen of Hernando is,
well, still in limbo.
Knowing she was one of the


hundreds of thousands around the
nation in the same situation with
her prescriptions didn't help.
Hagen was one of the Medicaid
recipients who were integrated
into the Medicare system in the
new program that went into effect
Jan. 1.
On Friday morning, she was in
despair. After thinking she had


been registered with a private
insurance company back in early
December, she found that when.
she went to get a prescription
filled, she wasn't eligible. That's
when she started to have to hold
back the panic because some of
her medicines are critical to. her
health.
Living on a small fixed income,


she had no way to pay the full
price of the prescriptions. She
borrowed money from her son to
get the most necessary prescrip-
tions filled and waited, trying over
and over to get through to the
insurance company and Medicare
on the phone. The waiting times
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Commissioner:


Time to consider


fertilizer ban

JIM HUNTER
jhunter@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
At the upcoming county commission goal setting
session for 2006, Commissioner Gary Bartell intends
to bring up the idea of banning the sale of certain
kinds of fertilizer as one of the goals for the com-
mission to incorporate into an ordinance.
He is talking about fast-release fertilizers com-
monly put on turf and landscapes that easily dis-
solve in water and quickly find their way down into
the aquifer.


U WHAT:
Citrus County
Commission
2006
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workshop.
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9 a.m.
Wednesday,
Feb. 1.
*WHERE:
Citrus
Springs
Community
Center.


The problem is that the fer-
tilizers are high in nitrates and
phosphorus, and when these
get into local lakes and rivers
via the aquifer or runoff, they
fuel an explosion of aquatic
plants.
Those plants are not only a
nuisance to boating and mar
the aesthetics of the water-
ways, but they can drastically
affect the ecological balance of
the water bodies. The county
spent about $5 million last fis-
cal year ($4.6 million of that
was state money) to control and
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kids./Inside


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consider wooden floors./23E


Coal mine disaster


Community
leader

Kevin
Cunningham
of Inverness
has taken the
reins as
2006 Citrus
County
Chamber of
Commerce
president./1D


Two coal miners lost
since Thursday are
found dead in West
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1-WHAT: Crystal River City
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WHEN: 7 p.m. Monday.
WHERE: City Hall, U.S.
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Annexation
still undecided

MIKE WRIGHT
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It may be a done deal, but it.
isn't done.
The Crystal River City
Council two weeks ago voted
4-1 to allow residents of
Nokomis Point to vote whether
they want to annex into the
city, but a glitch may delay the
vote by three months.
City Attorney Anthony
Perrone said he learned after
the council
decision that
state statute
requires the
We set vote take
place at least
the 30 days from
final passage.
election The city
up too planned to
mail out bal-
early. lots to about 12
voters on No-
komis Point.
The voting
thony date is when
Anthony ballots are
Perrone due back to
Crystal River
city attorney. city hall: Jan.
31.
Since the council. decision
was Jan. 9, it doesn't pass the
statutory timeline.
"We're sending out letters to
all the voters," Perrone said
Friday. "Nothing came up.
We're complying with all the
statutes. We set up the election
too early."
Perrone is suggesting the
election be reset to April 3.
Nearly all residents on the
street favor annexation
because they want city sewer.
One couple, Alan and Sandra
Burns, have fought a losing
battle against annexation.
Perrone is suggesting the
council go through two more
public hearings before setting
the vote. Asked Friday if that.
was necessary, he said: "It
probably isn't, but we're trying
to comply with everything. I
want to go through all the pub-
lic hearings one more time."
He added: "You make a mis-
take, you correct it"
The council is expected to
vote on Perrone's plan at its
meeting Monday.
Monday's agenda includes
Mayor Ron Kitchen's annual
State of the City message. The
council will also discuss possi-
ble pay raises for Perrone and
:, City Manager Phil Deaton.


Lovely lopping


MATTHEW BECK/Chronicle
Seven-year-old Jenna Beck of Inverness reacts to seeing nearly a foot of her hair that had just been cut by stylist Jennifer Rieger
from Abitare Paris Salon and Day Spa in Crystal River. The salon gives a complimentary cut to persons donating the minimum
amount of 10 inches of hair to Locks of Love. The hair will be prepared and sent to Locks of Love, a non-profit organization that
provides hairpieces to financially disadvantaged children 18 years or younger suffering from long-term medical hair loss.
According to the Locks of Love's Web site, most of the children helped by the program have lost their hair due to a medical con-
dition called alopecia areata, which has no known cause or cure.




'80s icon finds ticket to Paradise in Flagler


JANETTE NEUWAHL
The Daytona Beach
News-Journal,
BUNNELL Closing his
eyes and smiling as his raspy
Brooklyn voice resonates over
the screech of an electric gui-
tar, '80s rocker Eddie Money is
in a world of his own.
"This ain't no damn vacation,
I live with my frustration, I'm
all wound up it's hard to
breathe. "
As he sings, Money taps his
feet against the carpet pieces
that line a garage studio in this
small town. Money's world is a
place where heartbreaking,
simple lyrics transform into
rock and roll anthems, where
the possibilities are still end-
less, despite his faded popular-7
ity from the Top 40 charts.
Flagler County serves as the
springboard for the ongoing
artistry of the man who sang
the '70s and '80s hits, "Take me
Home Tonight," "Two Tickets
to Paradise" and "Baby Hold
On."
"This is my place to play golf,
be creative, go fishing, go surf-


ing and have fun," says Money,
sporting a thick gold chain with
a dollar-bill charm.
Although his wife, Laurie,
and five children spend most of
the year at their Malibu, Calif.,
home, Money prefers his sec-
ond home in Island Estates, a
gated community south of
Hammock Dunes.
He's not easy to keep up
with. Money's monthly visits to
his Flagler home are peppered
with social activities and work,
so he can't always let loose.
His neighbors drop by and
regularly drive up in their:
boats asking Money to go fish-
ing, he says. The staffat Flagler
Beach's Turtle Shack restau-
rant knows Money well.
"He's just part of the local
flavor he likes to hang out
and have a good time," says
waitress Tricia Petrarca. "And
he loves his bleu cheese burg-
ers."
The singer still draws crowds
at concerts up and down the
East Coast He performed a
benefit .last fall for victims of
Hurricane Katrina at the
Golden Lion restaurant in


Associated Press
Legendary '80s rocker Eddie-
Money. looks through some
photo proofs of ,himself for a
new project at his Palm Coast
home Jan. 11.
Flagler Beach. He was grand
marshal of Palm Coast's 2003
Holiday Parade and sang the
national anthem before
Flagler Palm Coast. High
School's football team clinched
its first district championship
in October.
He writes and records new
material in a studio that local
music producer Paul Kiwala
built in the garage of his par-


ents' Bunnell home. He's just
wrapped an album of his
favorite 1960s hits with his
daughter, Jessica, who is trying
to follow in her father's foot-
steps as a vocalist
Money's also written the first
few acts of an autobiographical
musical about his choice to
quit the New York City police
force and move to California
with his high school band. He
calls it "Two Tickets to
Paradise."
"Idle hands are the work of
the devil," Money says, true to
his Irish Catholic upbringing.
Money says he found Flagler
County by happenstance. In
1974, his parents bought a lot in
Palm Coast as an investment
They did not have the money to
build on the land, but Money
liked Florida, so he built and
sold a house and used the prof-
it to buy his current 3,700
square-foot home in Island
Estates. He's lived there for the
past four years.
"This is definitely my main
residence," he says, acknowl-
edging that he misses his kids
while he's in Florida.


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County BRIEFS

Boy hit by car
in Inverness
A 9-year-old boy was hit by a
Ford Explorer while crossing a
street in Inverness on Saturday
afternoon, according to the
Citrus County Sheriffs Office.
Deputy Terry Corbin said at
about 12:43 p.m. David
Prestigiacomo was crossing Ella
Avenue near Dampier Street
when he was hit by the Explorer
traveling southbound.
The boy was alert but
received several injuries, which
caused him to be flown by heli-
copter to Shands Hospital in
Gainesville.
Corbin said the driver was not
found at fault.
Patient information was
unavailable from the hospital
Saturday afternoon.
Hurricane Response
speakers available
Not long after Hurricane
Katrina struck, The Citrus
Disaster Response Team was
formed in Citrus County for the
purpose of assisting Hancock
County,, Mississippi. To continue
its outreach to Citrus County,
the group has formed a
speaker's bureau to share
graphic information of hurricane
devastation and community
preparation suggestions with
social service groups and
churches. To schedule a pres-
entation at your organization's
meeting, contact John Marmish,
United Way of Citrus County, at
527-8894 or e-mail
john.marmish@unitedway.org.
Sheriff's office sets
up checkpoints
Sheriffs office deputies will
conduct driver's license and
safety equipment checkpoints
on Citrus County roadways in
an effort to reduce violations of
Florida's motor vehicle laws.
These checkpoints will be con-
ducted on the following roads.
through the months of January'
i and February 2006:
W. Halls River Road, W.
Rosedale Drive, W. Venable
Street, N. Dunkenfield Avenue,.
N. Rock Crusher Road, W.
Cardinal Street, W. Dunklin
Street, W. Green Acres Street,
N. Turkey Oak Drive, W.
Fishbowl Drive and W. Crystal
Oaks Drive.
The sheriffs office says these
checkpoints not only help
ensure motorists' compliance
with Florida's vehicular equip-
ment and driver's license laws,
but contribute favorably to the
agency's overall highway safety
objective.
Coalition meets
Monday in Inverness
The Homeless Coalition of
Citrus County will meet at 6 p.m.
Monday, at St. Margaret's
Episcopal Church, 114 N.
Osceola Ave., in Inverness.
The public is invited.
For information, call
628-4357.
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STAFF
Continued.from Page 1A

ished. He said at the time, the build-
ing was practical and served its pur-
pose.
He said previous city councils saw
"a bright future for Inverness."
Growth in population and govern-
ment services, he said, required
change; however, he acknowledged, it
was emotional turning off the power
and leaving the building for the last
time.
"You can't forget your past," he said.
"You need to know where you've been
to help you define where you're going
to go."
The new building is likely to stay
functional for years to come,
DiGiovanni said, and was built to last
at least 30 years. In fact, at a Jan. 6
staff meeting to go over the move, he
'told employees they were a part of


INVERNESS
Continued from Page 1A

action. Three years to the day
from when it first opened, a
July 6, 1965, photo caption in
the Ocala Star-Banner called
city hall "One of the more
active spots in Inverness ... a
modernly designed and attrac-
tive structure in the heart of
the Citrus County city."
New faces
Shortly after opening, .city
hall became home in 1964 for a


PLAN
Continued from Page lA

were hours and hours.
"I don't know where, to
turn," she said in distress
Friday morning.
But if Hagen is one thing, it
is persistent: She kept call-
ing and calling.
She called her state sena-
tor, her congresswoman and
every number she could get
from them.
.Finally, Friday afternoon,
she got through to an office
"I got through to Medicare,
unbelievably!" she said. "I
talked to real people.. It was
wonderful."
Hagen said they were help-


history, whether they realized it or
not.
"I think you're looking at the last
city hall that will ever be built,"
DiGiovanni proclaimed. "I don't see
that building going anywhere."
Raising the bar
The look back was brief as
DiGiovanni observed that city govern-
ment has moved from "a sardine can
to something that's highly profession-
al."
In fact, casual observation reveals a
building with little resemblance to its
predecessor. A glass entryway leads
into a lobby area, with an information
kiosk to greet visitors. A long, well-lit
corridor leads to the large, 125-seat
council chambers.
Left of the hallway is the
Department of Finance, while to the
right is Development Services. Three
conference rooms of various sizes are
scattered among other office space.
On the second floor, two conference


young woman named Marilyn
Jordan. She handled almost
every task, from water bills to
accounting, eventually becom-
ing city clerk in 1986, before
retiring in 2003.
On a recent afternoon, she
stopped in to check out the new
building and reflected on her
years spent handling city mat-,
ters in the old building.
There was an unusual
lunchtime ritual with then-
Mayor Elfred Lassister.
"I remember when the
mayor would have people in
for lunch, I would cook oysters
for him to serve to his guests,"


fiul, polite and apologetic.
She found she had indeed
been registered and even
learned that she was, in fact,
listed with the insurance
company, Unicare Life and
Health Insurance Co.
The problem, it appeared.
was that she was not listed at
the phone number where'
pharmacists call to get
approval.
Her independent insur.-
ance agent, Anthony Sanchez
in Inverness, said it took him
three hours to get t h rou gh to
the company Friday and he
was awaiting a reply on her
case.
Elis Brashear, a pharma-
cist at Brashear's Pharmacy
where Hagen .gets her pre-
scriptions filled, said .quite .a


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where you're going to go.


You can't forget your past. You need to

know where you've been to help you define


Frank DiGlovanni
city manager, Inverness.


rooms, offices for the city manager
and clerk, and Parks and Recreation
are found, along with empty space to
allow for growth or government-ori-
ented agencies to lease.
Thursday afternoon, Building Clerk
Bob Schlereth helped a customer pay
a water bill.
It was relatively quiet in his office,
with work still ongoing in other parts
of the building to install furniture and
wiring.
Schlereth, who has, been with the
city seven months, said he loved his
new office. He paused to describe his


I had a lot of good years there, but

it's time for it to go.

Marilyn Jordan
former city clerk, talking about old Inverness City Hall.


she said, laughing.
With computers still years in,
the future, Jordan pecked furi-
ously on her Olympia electric
typewriter.: She'd have to write
city minutes by hand, and sort
through 3,000 water bills a
month using an adding


number of those moving Irori
Medicaid to Medicare
seemed to have problems
\\ith the co-pay amounts, and
because they were on low
income, it was a very serious
issue for them.
Pharmacists. have long
wva ts trying to get through
when. that happens, and it
had been a slow process cor-.
recting the mistakes, she
said, "It's been hard for a lot


thoughts, reaching a familiar conclu-
sion.
"Ifs so ... I don't know what the
word is, besides professional,"
Schlereth said.
Which, DiGiovanni noted, was the
goal of developers.
-Among some ,of the new features
are drop-down screens in the council
chamber so those in the audience can
also see maps, charts and other illus-
trations the council is viewing.
. There will be improved audio sys-
tems someetings can be heard better
.Computer software could soon


typing. "I was so impressed."
Davis also had memories of
the building, including shut-
ting down when Citrus High
School had its homecoming
parade on U.S. 41, then a two-
laie road.
"We'd' put the phones on
hold, lock the doors and go out
and watch the homecoming
parade," she said.
Through the years, the
women would see a lot. There
would be the first city manager,
Rick Gilbert, hired in 1981.
DiGiovanni, Davis remem-
bers. was hired outside her
office in 1979, to be recreation


machine.
' That was the first image cur-
rent City Clerk Debbie Davis
remembers of Jordan, when
she became a city employee in
1978.
"'She'd be over there, deet,
deet, deet," she said of Jordan

of people."
Meanwhile, Hagen. \\axing
philosophic, said at least she
had made some progress and
quipped that maybe it was a
blessing in disguise.
That's because the way this
issue w\as handled, she said.
will probably kill any chance
of people going along -%ith
privatizing Social Security--
an idea that really frightens
her.


allow for meeting minutes to be avail-
able online, and systems were also
upgraded to allow better communica-
tion between departments.
"We have the latest and greatest
technology," City Clerk Debbie Davis
said.
DiGiovanni said while it may be
open, work on the building would
likely continue almost virtually up to
a grand opening ceremony for the
public, set tentatively for March 25.
Landscaping for the large plaza that
will encompass the building is pend-
ing the demolition of the former city
hall.
Employees still must get familiar
with new computer and security
alarm systems, and contracts for
maintenance and other services are
still being arranged.
In the meantime, DiGiovanni said
the new building's appearance "lifts
the bar" for city government
Added DiGiovanni, "I welcome the
challenge."


director, before becoming city
manager in 1995. :
Both. were involved in the
planning for the new city hall.
* Sitting in Davis' new office,
Jordan said the new city hall is
"wonderful." She said she'd
probably be at the demolition
of her old workplace to grab a
brick
But while she said she could-
n't have asked for a better
place 'to work, the former
building had just outgrown
itself.
"I had a lot, of good years
there," Jordan said, "but it's
time for it to go."


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Alfred A.
Baron, 81
BEVERLY HILLS
Alfred A. Baron, 81, of
Beverly Hills, died Friday, Jan.
20, 2006, in Inverness.
He was born
Sept 17, 1924,
to Alfred A.
and Marian
(Ayres) Baron.
He was a
lifelong resident of Detroit,
Mich., until moving here 'in
1979.
For 33 years he served as a
manager of the Automobile
Club of Michigan, retiring in
1979.
He was a U.S. Army veteran
who served in World War II, and
a life member of Veterans of
Foreign Wars Harry E Nesbitt
Post No. 10087 of Beverly Hills.
He was also a member of the
D.AY of Detroit, Mich.'
He was preceded in death by
his son Daniel Baron.
Survivors include his wife of
59 years, Kathleen Baron of
Beverly Hills; sons, Chris
Baron of Charlotte, N.C., and
Tim Baron of Detroit, Mich.;
daughter, Helen Barr of
Detroit, Mich.; brother,
Richard Baron of Detroit,
Mich.; six grandchildren; and
two great-grandchildren.
Fero Funeral Home with
Crematory, Beverly Hills.

Maurice H.
Cornellier, 93
INVERNESS
Maurice H. Cornellier, 93, of
Inverness, died Thursday, Jan.
19, 2006, at Citrus Memorial
Health Systems in Inverness.
Maurice was bon May 8, 1912,
in Lowell, Mass., to Arthur and
Louisa Cornellier.
He was a finance manager
for Ford Motor Co. for 38 years.
He was a member of St.
Scholastica Catholic Church in
Lecanto and a Fourth Degree
member of the- Knights of
Columbus, Detroit Assembly.
Maurice moved to Inverness
from Deveron, Mich., in 1985.
He is survived by several
nieces and nephews.
Heinz Funeral Home &
Cremation, Inverness.

Frank P.
Drobach, 73
. HOMOSASSA '
Frank P Drobach, 73, of
Homosassa died Friday, Jan.
20, 2006, in Citrus Memorial
Hospital in.
Inverness.
A native of
Boston, Mass.,
he was born
Oct. 14, 1932,
and came to this area in 1985
from Thornton, N.H.
.He was employed as a steel
worker for Ryerson & Trull
Steel Co. of Brighton, Mass.
He served in the U.S.
Marines.
He was Catholic.
Mr. Drobach played Santa
Claus during the holiday sea-
son at Wal-Mart and KMart,
and his favorite hobby was rid-
ing his Harley motorcycle.
He was preceded in death by


his wife, Alberta, Sept 20, 1982.
Survivors include his son,
Tim Drobach and his wife
Dinah of Homosassa; daughter,
Roberta "Bobbie" Drobach of
Homosassa; and grandchil-
dren, Taysia Thomas, Justin
Drobach, Alyssa Gosnell and
Monica Drobach.
Memorial services will be
announced later in the week
Chas. E. Davis Funeral
Home with Crematory,
Inverness.
William
Howard Jr., 84
INVERNESS
William Howard Jr, 84, of
Inverness, died Monday, Jan.
16, 2006.
He was born Feb. 7, 1921 in
Akins, Okla., to
William and
Bertha How-


Battery Co. in
Tampa for 16
years, and
moved here in william
1980. Howard Jr.
He served in
the U.S. Coast
Guard during
World War II.
His hobbies
included fish-
ing and gardening with citrus
trees.
He loved children.
Survivors include his wife of
47 years, Margie Dyer Howard
of Inverness; daughters, Paula
Garcia and husband Marcelo
Garcia of Tam pa and Linda
Carmichael Flores of Spring,
Texas; sisters, Bonnie Jeffers
of Neosho, Mo.. and Mary
Wooten of Sacramento, Calif.;
five grandchildren, Marcelo,
Laura and Abrey Garcia,
Kimberly Heikkinen and Todd
VanGuerrin; three great-grand-
children; and many nieces and
nephews.
Hooper Funeral Homes,
Inverness chapel.

Opal V. Kegg, 93
INVERNESS
Opal V Kegg, 93, of
Inverness, died Thursday, Jan.
19, 2006, at the Hospice Care
Unit at Citrus Memorial hospi-
tal in Inverness.
Mrs. Kegg was born in
Bruceville, I'nd., August 12,
1912, and came here 23 years
ago from Largo. '
She was a retired licensed
practical nurse for various hos-
pitals and nursing homes.
She was Protestant.,
Survivors include her sons,
David W Bradbury of
Inverness and Keith R.
Bradbury of Seminole; grand-
children, Heather and Lance;
and four great-grandchildren.

Chas. E. Davis .Funeral
Home with Crematory,
Inverness.

Jocelyn M.
Maza, 80
HERNANDO
Jocelyn M. Maza, 80, of
Hernando, died Thursday, Jan.
19, 2006, at her home.


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1925, in Hyannis, Mass., to Otto
and Albina Nickerson.
She was a registered nurse.
Jocelyn was the organist at
St Joan of Ark Catholic Church
in Cape Cod, Mass..
She moved to Hernando in,
2001 from Cape Cod.
She attended St Scholastica
Catholic Church in Lecanto.
She loved all forms of
needlework, including making
tapestries, stitch work and,
sweaters.
Survivors include her hus-
band, Leonard Maza of
Hernando; son, David Maza of
Hernando; daughter, Mary
Zappulla of Williamsburg, Va.;
brother, Thomas Nickerson of.
Key West; two grandchildren,
Cheryl and Angela, both of
Fredericksburg, Va.; and four
great-grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers, memorial
gifts may be given to the St.
Scholastica Catholic Church.
Community Building Fund.
Heinz Funeral Home &
Cremation, Inverness.
Max B.
Phillians, 84
INVERNESS
Max. B. Phillians, 84, of
Inverness, died Monday, Jan.
16, 2006.
He was born May 25, 1921, in
Ostrande r,
Ohio, to Arthur
and Mae Phil-
lians.
He was. a
graduate of ,
Otterbein College in Wes-
terville, Ohio, and was a U.S.
Army veteran, serving during
World War II.
'.Mr Phillians was a teacher
for 30 tears, 19 of which were
spent teaching at Xenia High
School in Xenia, Ohio.
He was also a horse trader.
who trained and raced har-
nessed horses.
He moved to this area from
Dayton, Ohio, in 1992.
He was a member of the,
First Presbyterian Church of
Inverness.
Survivors include his wife of
63 years, Fanny B. Phillians of
Inverness; daughter, Lynn
Thompson of Springboro,
Ohio; and granddaughters,
Jennifer and Emily Thompson.
both oF Dallas, Texas.
Hooper Funeral Homes,
Inverness Chapel.

Gabriele "Gabby"
Jean Ullom,
23 nmon.hs
HO.MOSASSA
Gabriele "Gabby" Jean
Ullom, 23 months, of
Homosassa, died Tuesday,'Jan.
17, 2006, in Gainesville.
She was born Feb. 23, 2004,
to Charles and Priscilla Esser
at DeVos Children Hospital in
'Grand Rapids, Mich., and
moved to this area six months
ago from Thompsonville,
Mich.
She was known for her daz-
zling smiles, her, sweet hugs
and kisses and the precious
love for her family and friends.
She is preceded in death by

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paternal grandfather, Dr.
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Survivors include her twin
sister, Hannah; brother, Paul;
and parents, Priscilla and
Charles Esser, all of Homosassa;
maternal grandparents, Thomas
and Gabriele Ullom; paternal
grandparents, Deborah Haines
and Kenneth and Deborah
Esser; maternal great-grand-
mothers, Betty Jean Ullom and
Elisabeth Howey; seven aunts
and uncles; and five cousins.
Wilder Funeral Home,'
Homosassa Springs.
Funeral
NOTICES

Maurice H. Cornellier.
Visitation for Maurice H.
Cornellier, 93, of Inverness, will
be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday,
Jan. 24, 2006, at the Heinz
Funeral Home, 2507 Highway 44
W Inverness. The funeral mass
will be at 12 p.m. Wednesday,
Jan. 25, 2006, at St Scholastica
Catholic Church in Lecanto with
entombment following at
Memorial Gardens in Beverly
Hills. Father Richard Jan-
kowski will preside.
Heinz Funeral Home &
Cremation, Inverness.
William Howard Jr. The
service of remembrance for Mr.
William Hoard, Jr., 84, of
Inverness, will be at 1 p.m.
Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2006, at
Florida National Cemetery,
Bushnell with full military
honors afforded by the Spring
Hill Marine Corps League.
Internment will follow under
the direction of the Inverness
Chapel of Hooper Funeral
Homes. Those who wish may
make memorial donations to:
The Leukemia & Lymphoma
Donor Services, P0. Box 4072,
Pittsfield, MA, 01202.
Max. B. Phillians. The serv-
ice of remembrance .for Mr.
Max B. Phillians, 84, of
Inverness, Will be at 3 p.m..
Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2006, at the
First Presbyterian Church of
Inverness with the Rev. Craig
Davies officiating. Interment
will be at Woodland Cemetery,
Dayton, Ohio. Friends may call
at 2 p.m. until the time of serv-
ice at the church. Those who
wish may send memorial dona-r
tions to the First Presbyterian
Church of Inverness.
Gabriele "Gabby" Jean
Ullom. Funeral services for
Gabriele "Gabby" Jean Ullom,
23 months, will be at 7 p.m.
Monday, Jan. 23,2005, at Wilder
Funeral Home, Homosassa
Springs; Friends will be
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remove the plants on both
sides of the county.

Not a new idea
The idea of banning fast-
release fertilizers has been
kicked around for years. The
Florida Legislature has
looked at the idea, though
nothing has come of it to date.
The county commission
considered it a few years ago,
but opted not to adopt an
ordinance, citing problems
such as unfairness to busi-
nesses that would lose sales,
and the impracticality of it.
The idea of legal chal-
lenges always loomed just
behind the issue.
Some counties and munici-
palities around the nation
have banned certain kinds or
levels of phosphates in fertil-
izers, though many have been
challenged by the phosphate
and fertilizer industry
In looking at the problem in
Citrus County, Bartell said,
"The obvious thing would be
-to ban fast-release fertilizers
that pollute our rivers from
being sold in the county."
That may well get opposi-
tion from the fertilizer indus-
try or others, he said, and he
realizes full well that people
would only have to travel to
Hernando or Marion coun-
ties, for example, to buy the
banned products.
Itwould, nonetheless, be an
important stand on how seri-
.ous the county is about pro-
teeting its water resources.
If banning isn't the right
way, then perhaps incentives
could work, Bartell said. By
that he means a tax on the
kinds of fertilizers, generally
the water-soluble ones, that
have the worst effects on the'
water ways because of how
fast they wash out before,
being taken iup by the planfs.;
"It's time for government to
.-show some leadership."
IBartell said, and added that
even if the county got a seri-
ous legal challenge, it was
! worth doing.
S"I think the time has come
to address it in Citrus
County," he said.

Industry point of view
Mary Hartney, a spokesper-
son for The Florida Fertilizer
and Agrichemical
Association, said from the
industry point of view it's a
Question of the fertilizers
being applied properly,
which minimizes any impact.
Plants need certain nutri-
ents but those must be
applied appropriately. Taxing
a inappropriately used prod-
uct wouldn't make sense.
She said the right product,
the right time and right place
makes all the difference, and
that it must be understood
that there are a number of
contributing factors, such as
septic tanks, to be considered
when any ban is considered
in relation to a perceived
cause of pollution.
One of Bartell's fellow com-
missioners, Vicki Phillips,
said she'd have no problem
revisiting the issue and grant-
ed it would be a worthwhile
discussion, but she remem-
bers the reasons commission-
ers didn't adopt an ordi-
nance.
: She said it really is a
statewide problem and
should be addressed by the
Legislature.
Phillips has been hoping
education would change peo-
ple's use of the fast-release
fertilizers.
Bartell said he wouldn't
care if the county was the
only entity in the state doing
it.
"That doesn't bother me a
bit to be the first one out
there to do the right thing,"
he said.
Commissioner Dennis
Damato said he didn't yet
want to talk specifics but he
intends to initiate a very
broad discussion at the work-
;shop on water quality that
will include fertilizers, as
well as other issues.


"I've got a lot of ideas," he
said, adding that he wants to
see a consolidated policy that
would finally address a num-
ber of nagging issues regard-


ing water quality.
Commissioners Jim Fowler
and Joyce Valentino could not
be reached for comment
Friday.
The commission's goal-set-
ting session is at 9 a.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 1, at the
Citrus Springs Community
Center.


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Pageant seeking winners


Ms. Senior Florida

set for March

seeks local contestants

Special to the Chronicle
Ladies, now is your chance to be


The Ms. Senior America Pageant, first held in
1972, is the world's first and foremost pageant
to emphasize and give honor to women who have
reached the 'age of elegance.'


part of the annual Ms. Senior Florida
Pageant, to be held in the Kings Point
AIuditorium Sun City on March 4.


The Ms. Senior America Pageant,
first held in 1972, is the world's first
and foremost pageant to eniphasize


and give honor to women who have
reached the -age of elegance." It is a
search for the gracious lady who best
exemplifies the dignity, maturity and
inner beauty of all senior Americans.
If you are a woman ot 60 or more
years who can sing, play an instru-
ment, dance, perform a dramatic
soliloquy ordo a comedic routine, this
is the place for you.
If this isn't you, but you know of
someone who fits this description,


please urge her to participate. The
pageant is an exciting and rewarding
experience for all who enter and
many friendships have been formed.
For those who are interested, con-
testant entry forms may be acquired
by immediately telephoning or writ-
ing to Mimi Korfhage, representative,
Ms. Senior Florida Pageant. 1010
American Eagle Blvd. No. 345, Sun
City Center; FL 33573. Call (813) 642-
8523..


Special to the Chronicle
A Driver's Prayer:
Help me to be thoughtful,
patient and in control of myself
as I drive this car.
Many insurance companies
offer a discount on auto insur-
ance to participants who com-
plete the two four-hour day
classes. You do not need to be a
Florida resident nor an AARP
member to attend.
There is a $10 course fee per
person. To register call the list-
;ed instructor.
For information regarding


* WHAT: AARP driver safety courses.
* WHEN: NJext course is Jan 30-31 with more upcoming.
11 INFO: To register, call listed instructor; for information,
call Charlie Lucente at 726-0753.
* COST: $10 course fee per person.


Lutu re classes call Charlie
Lucente at 726-0753.
Jan. 30 and 31: 9 a.m. at
First United Methodist
Church, 8831 W Bradshaw
Ave.,' Homosassa. Call Frank
Tobin at 628-3229.
Feb. 7 and 9: 8:15 a.m. at
Beverly Hills Recreation


Center, 71 Civic Circle, Beverly
Hills. Call Theresa Williams at
746-9497.
Feb. 15 and 16: 9 a.m. at
Inverness Elks Lodge No. 2522,
3580 Lemon St., Hernando.
Call Bob Dicker at 527-2366.
Feb. 16 and 17: 9 a.m. at
Citrus Memorial Health


Systems, 502 W Highland Blvd.,
Inverness. Call Chauncey
Benedict at 382-1378.
Feb. 16 and 17 : at noon at
Floral City Linited Methodist
Church, 8478 E Marvin St.,
Floral City. Call Herman
Sinenmus at 344-1901.
Feb. 16 and 17: 9 a.m. at
Citrus County Fire Training
Center; 1300 S. Lecanto Hwy.
491, Bldg. 26, Lecanto. Call
Frank Reesby at 527-7476.
Feb. 21 and 22: 1 p.m. at
Coastal Regional Library, 8619
W Crystal St., Crystal River.
Call Lou Harmin at 564-0933.


Feb. 23 and 24: 1 p.m. at
Citrus Memorial Health
Systems, SHARE Club
Auditorium, 502 W Highland
Blvd., Inverness. Share Club
Members only. Call Joanne
Chipkar at (352)1465-6830.
March 7 and 9: 8:15 a.m. at
Bet erly Hills Recreation
Center, 71 Civic Circle, Beverly
Hills. Call Theresa Williams at
746-9497.
March 11 and 18:10 a.m. at
Central Ridge Library, 425 W
Roosevelt Blvd., Beverly Hills.
Call Ramona Greene at 746-
7073. Saturday classes.


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Special to the Chronicle


Special to the Chronicle
Jack and Maggie Bregger stand in front of one of the displays that
they have set up at the libraries.


The Central Ridge and Coastal Region
Libraries of the Citrus County Library System
(CCLS) are displaying the African Tribal Art
collection of Jack and Maggie Bregger through
February. Approximately fifteen years ago, the
Breggers began collecting African ceremonial
masks, woodcarvings and brass and bronze cast
items.
All items come from the west coast of Africa
,where most of them were used in tribal cere-
monies such as welcoming visitors, education of
young people, fertility rites and dances implor-
ing a good growing season and crop harvest
Most mask and dance items lose their "Spirit
Power" after a while, and that is how they
become available to the public. The collection


* WHAT: African Tribal Art displays.
*WHERE: Central Ridge and Coastal Region
libraries.
INFO: 746-6622 or795-3716.

also includes Heddle Pulleys from weaving
looms and other artifacts.
Call Central Ridge Library at 746-6622,
Coastal Region Library at' 795-3716 or visit the
Library System's Web site at www.cclib.org.
Central Ridge Library is located at 425 W
Roosevelt Blvd., Beverly Hills, FL and Coastal
Region Library is located at 8619 W Crystal St.,
Crystal River, FL. Hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Monday through Thursday and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Friday and Saturday.


News NOTES

Hospital seeks
adult volunteers
The Citrus Memorial Health
System Volunteer Services
Department is in need of adult
volunteers in the following serv-
ice areas-
Shuttle drivers If you enjoy
driving a golf-cart type vehicle,
we have openings for drivers
from noon to 3 p m. on Fridays
and Saturdays
Gift shop clerks If you
would like to assist our guests in
a beautifully remodeled shop,
on Wednesday or Thursday
evening from 4 to 8, or on
Friday morning from 8 a.m. to
noon.
Volunteers receive training, a
free meal ticket each time they
work, uniform and yearly social
events. Volunteer orientation is
scheduled for Wednesday and
Friday. Call the volunteer office
at 344-6598.
Food ministries
sponsor 'brown bag'
EI-Shaddai food ministries will
sponsor a "Brown Bag" of Food
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Wednesday at the Crystal River
Church of
W. 12th80 Applicants
Ave., just must bring
behind the muSt bring
Lincoln
Mercury picture
dealer
north of .D. and
the mall.
Applicants meet
must bring
picture L.D family
and meet
family income
income
guidelines guidelines.
of one
person,
$240 week: two persons, $321
week; three persons, $403
week; and four persons, $484
week.
Call 795-3079 or 628-9087.
Polish-American club
to meet Wednesday
The Polish-American Social
Club will have a membership
meeting Wednesday at the
Lions Club, Civic Circle, Beverly
Hills. Doors open at 12:30 pm.i
meeting at 1:30..
There will be a "surprise"
guest, and we would appreciate
our members who have ethnic
dress to wear them for a photo
shoot.
At this meeting we will sign
up for the March potluck lunch-
eon.
Going to the hospital, or sick
at home? Call Sunshine Lady,
Marge West at 344-9594.
Pet SPOTLIGHT

Pretty girl


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If it's selected as a winner, it will be ized dates on the print, office.


AARP announces driver safety schedule


African Tribal Art featured


at Citrus County branches


Visit Central Ridge, CoastalRegion libraries


Special to the Chronicle
Miss Ellie Rose, a 1-year-old,
has recently moved to
Inverness from Ohio. She
lives with Donna and Bill
Crawford.









i2A sUNDAY, JANUARY 22Z, 2006


Veterans NOTES


The Citrus County Veterans
Coalition has scheduled its next
meeting for Thursday at 7 p.m. The
meeting will be held at the Lecanto
Government Center on Sovereign
Path in Lecanto. This will be a gen-
eral meeting for final nominations
and election of 2006 officers and
directors for the coalition. It will
also be the final reading and
acceptance of proposed amend-
ments to the by-laws for the coali-
tion, and all members are urged to
attend.
The coalition will meet on the
fourth Thursday monthly at the
Lecanto Government Complex until
another site becomes available at
the Citrus County Community
Center and VA Clinic in Lecanto.
The Leroy Rooks Jr. VFW
Post 4252 in Hernando (where the
helicopter is on State Road 200)
will serve roast pork or fish from 5
to 6:30 p.m. Friday for a $6 dona-
tion. Music by Sundown 6:30 to
10:30.
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. Special bingo
game goes to local charity each
month.
The post Web page can be
viewed by clicking on the VFW
logo at www.debbiefields.com. You
can e-mail us at vfw4252@tam-
pabay.rr.com.
The post hosts the VFW Post
4252 Young Marines, and their
Web page is at
www.debbiefields.com. Call Tammy
Grant at 746-4590.
The post honor guard is avail- -
'able for funeral services at
Bushnell National Cemetery or-
local cemeteries. The post provides
school visits, flag ceremonies, visit
nursing homes and support any
patriotic-related affair. Call Nick at
476-6274 or Bart at 860-0497.
The hall is available for rent. Call
for details.
The dart league meets at 6:45
p.m. Tuesday.
The post Honor Guard and
Ladies Auxiliary visit several local
nursing homes each month. Call
the post if you would like to go.
Help is needed with bingo oper-
ation. If you could work one day a
month, call commander Bob Prive,,
726-3339.
VFW Post 7122, Floral City,
the Ladies & Men's Auxiliaries
announce the following:
Sunday: The VFW Post will
open at 1 p.m. Check out the
Sunday drink specials.
Tuesday: Early-bird bingo starts
at 6:30 p.m. and regular bingo at 7.
The kitchen is open from 4:30 to


7:30 with sandwiches, salads and
wings.
Wednesday: Liver and onions or
Salisbury steak dinner for $6,
served from 4:30 to 7:30. All din-
ners are open to the public. (Non-
smoking section and four smoke
eater fans were installed.)
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 to
11p.m.
Saturday: Slow-roasted prime rib
dinner, $8.75 served 5 to 7:30 p.m.
Music by Tom & R.C. 7 to 11p.m.
VFW is available for those who
need to serve their community
service.
The honor guard is available for
veterans services with military hon-
ors at local chapels, cemeteries,
and the national cemetery in
Bushnell. Call Bill Shaw, com-
mander.
VFW and Ladies Auxiliary meet
at 7:30 p.m. the first Thursday
monthly. The Men's Auxiliary meets
at 7 p.m. the second Thursday
monthly. For membership informa-
tion, call the post for details.
. Our VFW has a "Loan Closet"
for our veterans. Crutches, walkers
and wheelchairs are available.
,The VFW is located at 8191 S.
Florida Ave. in Floral City.
Call 637-0100.
The HF. Nesbitt VFW Post,
10087 men's'meeting is at 7:30
p.m. the fourth Tuesday monthly at
the post home in Beverly Hills. The
Ladies Auxiliary will be changing its
meeting time and day. The regular
meeting will be at 7 p.m. on the
third Wednesday monthly at the
post home, in order for those who
work to be able to attend. The
Men's Auxiliary meets at 6:30 p.m.
the second Wednesday monthly.
Lunches will be served from
12:30 to 3 p.m. Tuesday and
Thursday. Tuesday will also offer
tacos for $1 each. Bingo lunches
will be served from 11:30 to 2:30.
Sunday and Tuesday cookouts will
be from 4:30 to 7 and Friday din-
ners will be served from 5 to 8 p.m.
The Friday entrees for February
are: Feb. 3, smoked pork chop, $5;
Feb. 10, half Cornish hen
(Valentine Dinner price $7, pur-
chase tickets before Feb. 3 in the '
canteen); Feb. 17 to be announced
and Feb. 24, half-chicken barbecue
$6. .. .
Dart tournament at 7 p.m..
Monday and Thursday.
Golf tournament Monday and
Thursday. Different course weekly,
lunch provided at the post on
Monday after golf.
Pool tournament at 2 p.m.
Tuesday and 7 p.m. Thursday.
Ladies' night 5 to 8 p.m.


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Tuesday, drinks half-price. Forces Help our U.S. soldiers
Mike on the keyboard from 6 to phone home. Simply purchase a
9 p.m. Friday. first-class phone card and deposit
DJ/karaoke 7 to 11 p.m. it in the special box at the Lecanto
Saturday, snacks at 8:30 p.m. post office.
Starting on March 5, Debbie G. The U.S. Postal Service, in con-
will be entertaining from 4 to 7 p.m. junction with the U.S. Armed
on the first Sunday monthly. Come Forces, will make sure that our
out and enjoy the entertainment men and women in Iraq receive
and grab a bite to eat at the cook- these cards as a gift from the car-
out. ing people of Citrus County.
The post is at 2170 W..Vet Lane While at the post office, you can
on County Road 491 behind the also honor our heroes by purchas-
AmSouth Bank and across from ing a patriotic piece of framed art..
Haywire's. Call the post at 746- Each 12-by-14-inch piece has a
0440. military collage with a collectable
enamel pin and an actual
The Edward W. Penno VFW "Honoring Veterans" stamp.
Post 4864 Ladies Auxiliary meets Hunger and Homeless
at 7 p.m. on the second Tuesday, Coalition Anyone who knows of
the Men's Auxiliary will meet at a homeless veteran in need of
7:30 p.m. on the third Monday and food, haircut, voter ID, food
the monthly staff meeting will be at stamps, medical assistance or
7 p.m. on the third Tuesday. more blankets is asked to call John
The Friday evening dinner Young at the Hunger and ;
menu, which is served between 5 Homeless Coalition at 628-4357, or
and 7-p.m., for the month of pass along this number to the veteran.
January is as follows: Jan. 27, fried 0 Landing Ship Dock (LSD)
chicken and ka-aoke will follow at 7 sailors of Citrus County meets at 2
p.m. All meals are only $6 per per- p.m. the fourth Thursday monthly at
son. Complete breakfast served Ray's Bar-B-Q in Crystal River. Call
every Saturday from 8 to 10 a.m. Jimmie at 621-0617.
for $4. All LST Veterans and wives
Usual weekly activities include are invited to monthly breakfast
bingo at 1 p.m. every Tuesday and meetings at 9 a.m. the first
shuffleboard at 7 p.m. on Saturday monthly at the Golden
Wednesday and darts at 7 p.m. Corral Restaurant in Brooksville.
on Thursday. Call Jack Walker at Call (352) 799-1957.,
(352) 465-0885 or the post at (352) 0 Korean War Veterans,
465-4864. The post is at 10199 N. Association, Citrus Chapter 192
Citrus Springs Blvd., turn west off meets at 1 p.m. the first Tuesday
U.S. 41 at Citrus Springs entrance, monthly at VFW Post 10087 in.
then left at the first street. Beverly Hills behind AmSouth
Navy Seabee Veterans of Bank, and across from Haywires.
America Island X-18 Citrus Any military person who served
County will meet for breakfast at from 1950 to present day is eligible
8:30 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 29, at to become a member for $10 a
Crystal Paradise Restaurant, 508 year or $3 for associate or auxiliary
N. Citrus Ave., Crystal River. All members. Call Commander Ken
Seabees, Honeybees and friends Heisner, 563-0585, or Vice
are invited. Call Commander Commander Louis Poulin, 344-
George Staples at 628-6927. 8334.
The 82nd Airborne N The Suncoast U.S. Navy
Association, Dan Campbell Armed Guard and Merchant
Chapter, has changed its meeting Marine Veterans of World War II
night to the first Wednesday announce their 2005-2006 meet-
monthly. Meetings will be at 7 p'm. ings at 11:30 a.m. on the second
at VFW Post 4337 in Inverness. Saturday monthly at the Boston
Mark your calendars for this new' Cooker, 5375 Spring Hill Drive,
meeting day and come on out and Spring Hill. Dates are Feb. 11,
join us. This is for all Airborne per- March 11, April 8 and May 13. All
sonnel, not just the 82nd Airborne, veterans and their wives are wel-
and all services; not just the Army. come.
Hopefully this change in meeting 0 Rolling Thunder Inc.,
date will be more convenient so .Chapter 7 meets on the second
more paratroopers will attend and Sturday :moithlyat the Harry S.
enjoy the camaraderie and provid- Nesbitt VFW Post 10087. 2170 Vet
ed refreshments. Lane, Beverly Hills. The next
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Feb. 11.
Florida Chapter 7 is encouraging
new members to join us in promot-
ing public awareness of the
POW/MIA issue and helping veter-
ans in need.
Rolling Thunder is not a veter-
an's group or a motorcycle club, .
although many support th club. Full
membership is open to all individu-
als 18 years or older who wish to
dedicate time to helping educate
the public of the fact that many
American veterans have been left
behind after all past wars. It is
committed to helping to correct the
past, protect all future veterans
from being left behind and helping
all veteran's from all wars.
You can reach the president,
Ray Thompson, at (813) 230-9750
or Jim Stepanek, chapter secretary,
at (352) 489-1644 or e-mail Jim at
lmCrazyJim@aol.com..
Gilley-Long-Osteen VFW
Post 8698, 520 Highway 40 East,
Inglis (one mile east of U.S. 19).
Men and LAVFW meet at 7:30 p.m.
the third Wednesday monthly at
the Post. Men's Auxiliary meets at
7 p.m. the second Monday monthly.
Call Skeeter Fizz, (352) 447-3495.
Fleet Reserve Association,
Branch 186 will meet at 6:30 p.m.
on the third Thursday monthly at the
DAV Building, Independence
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
attend. Former Marines as new
members are also welcomed. Call
Tom Heron at 637-2724 or Bob
Hines at 746-6908.
The Military Order of Devil
Dogs Meeting, call Chris at 795-7000.
The Marine Corps League
Citrus Detachment 819 is now ready
to slart the new year with a bang. The
group is planning a busy year starting
with the Rose Program in February,
followed by the scholarship awards. It
is also planning for the Marine Corps
Birthday Ball honoring all veterans
in November.
The detachment is always on
the lookout for Marines that would
like to join the league. You will
probably meet other Marines who.
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If you would like to attend a
meeting, the next one is at 7 p.m.
on Feb. 23 (fourth Thursday) at the
VFW Post 10087 in Beverly Hills.
Call Bob at 527-1577 or Ralph at
726-7836. ,
The Combat Veterans of Iwo
Jima Inc. will sponsor the first
annual Iwo Jima Pacific War.
Symposium and Reunion Feb. 17-
19 in Arlington, Va. The symposium
provides an opportunity for stu-
dents, military historians and those
interested in the Pacific Theater of
World War II to acquire a thorough
understanding of the battle of Iwo
Jima, to hear the impressions of
veterans who participated, and to
learn.
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Veterans of Iwo Jima Inc., 508
Buttonwood Drive, Downingtown,
PA 19335, phone (703) 212-0695,
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Jan. 23to 27MENUS


ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Monday: Breakfast -
Sausage pizza, yogurt, toast,
sliced apples, milk, orange
juice.
Lunch Pizza cheese
round, chicken nuggets, salad
shakers, garden salad, corn,
turnip greens, orange, milk,
- juices.
Tuesday: Breakfast Sweet
potato muffin, cheese grits,
- tater tots, peaches, milk,
orange juice.
Lunch Tacos, turkey and
noodles, vegetarian plate, gar-
den salad, green beans, car-
rots, pineapple, milk, juices.
Wednesday: Breakfast -
Cereals, sausage patty, toast,
mixed fruit, milk, orange juice.
Lunch Beanie weenies,
Salisbury steak, salad shakers,
garden salad, baked french
fries, California vegetable
blend, miked fruit, cornbread,
milk, juices.
Thursday: Breakfast -
Oatmeal, ham slice, tater tots,
milk, orange juice.
Lunch Chicken and, yellow
rice, deli turkey wrap, vegetar-
ian plate, garden salad, peas,
peaches, apple crisp, milk,
juices.
Friday: Breakfast -
Scrambled eggs, grilled'
cheese, toast, peaches, milk,


orange juice.
Lunch Burrito combo,
salad shakers, garden salad,
peas and carrots, fresh apple,
cookie, milk, juices.
MIDDLE SCHOOL
Monday: Breakfast -
Sausage pizza, sausage and bis-
cuit, cereals, sliced apples,
toast, milk, orange juice.
Lunch Hot dog on bun,
ravioli with meat sauce, tuna
salad plate, garden salad,
baked beans, turnip greens,
french fries, fresh fruit, peach-
es, pretzel rod, milk, juices.
Tuesday: Breakfast Ham
slice, scrambled: eggs with
cheese, cereals, mixed fruit,
tater tots, milk, orange juice.
Lunch Tacos, chicken with
stir, fry vegetables, chef salad
plate, garden salad, refried
beans, carrots, green beans,
fresh fruit, apple crisp, milk,
juices.
Wednesday: Breakfast -
Sweet potato muffin, cheese
toast, cereals, peaches, grits,
tater tots, milk, orange juice.
Lunch Chris P Chicken
bites, burrito combo, shrimp
salad, garden salad, scalloped
potatoes, Italian vegetables,
peas, fresh fruit, pineapple,
milk, juices.
Thursday: Breakfast -
Scrambled eggs with ham and


cheese, oatmeal, cereals,
pineapple, tater tots, toast,
milk, orange juice.
Lunch Spaghetti with
meat sauce, deli turkey wrap,
breaded chicken salad, garden
salad, carrots, vegetables (win-
ter mix), fresh fruit, cookie,
milk, juices.
Friday: Breakfast Bagel
bars, yogurt, cereals, toast,
fresh fruit, tater tots, milk,.
orange juice.
Lunch Pepperoni pizza,
Italian pasta salad, corn, gar-
den salad, fresh fruit, peaches,
gelatin, milk, juices.
HIGH SCHOOL
Monday: Breakfast -
Cheese toast, cereals, toast,
doughnut, biscuit and gravy,
sweet potato muffin, tater tots,
fresh fruit, milk, orange juice.
Lunch Burrito combo,.
Spanish rice, corn, California
vegetable blend, spinach, fresh
fruit, pepperoni pizza, ham-
burger bar, salad bar, hoagie
sandwich, french fries, milk
Tuesday: Breakfast -
Scrambled eggs with cheese,
oatmeal, cereals, toast, dough-
nut, biscuit and gravy, sweet
potato muffin, peaches, tater
tots, milk, orange juice.
Lunch- Beef-a-roni, mixed
vegetables, pineapple, fresh
fruit, pretzel rod, peach crisp,


sausage pizza, chicken sand-
wich bar, salad bar, hoagie
sandwich, french fries, milk.
Wednesday: Breakfast -
Yogurt, sausage and biscuit,
cereals, toast, muffin, dough-
nut, biscuit and gravy, tater
tots, mixed fruit, milk, orange
juice.
Lunch Salisbury steak
with gravy, rice and gravy, cab-
bage, baked beans, fresh fruit,
cornbread, sausage pizza, ham-:
burger bar, salad bar, hoagie
sandwich, french fries, milk.
Thursday: Breakfast -
Scrambled eggs with cheese,
cheese grits, cereals, muffin,
doughnut, biscuit and gravy,
sliced apples, tater tots, milk,
orange juice.
Lunch Jambalaya, corn,
lima beans, fresh fruit, sliced
apples, pepperoni pizza, chick-
en sandwich bar, salad bar,
hoagie sandwich, french fries,
milk.
Friday: Breakfast- Sausage
pizza, cereals, toast, muffin,
doughnut, biscuit and gravy,
mixed fruit, tater tots, milk,
orange juice.
*Lunch-- Chicken and yellow
rice, peas, baked beans, mixed
fruit, fresh fruit, gelatin with
topping, roll, sausage pizza,
hoagie sandwich, 'hamburger
bar, salad bar, french fries,


milk
Menus are subject to change
without notice.
CONGREGATE DINING
Monday: Salisbury steak
with brown gravy,' whipped
potatoes, California vegetable
medley, whole wheat bread
with margarine, oatmeal raisin
cookie, low-fat milk.
Tuesday: Shell macaroni'
and cheese casserole,'broccoli,
stewed tomato, whole wheat
bread with margarine, fresh
banana, low-fat milk.
Wednesday: Chicken leg
quarter, creamy mashed pota-
toes, mixed vegetables, dinner
roll with margarine, slice of
.apple pie, low-fat milk.
Thursday: Blended juice,
chef salad with meat and
cheese, carrot raisin salad,
whole wheat bread with mar-
garine, slice of marble cake,
low-fat milk
Friday: Hamburger patty
and bun with mustard and
ketchup, baked beans with
tomato bits, coleslaw with car-
rot, cinnamon apples, low-fat
milk
Congregate dining sites
include: East Citrus. Crystal
Riker, Homosassa Springs,
Inverness, and South
Dunnellon. Call Support
Services at 795-6264.


Todays HOROSCOPE

Your Birthday: Your imagina- W TIP
tion and resourcefulness will GOT A NEWS TIP?
play key roles in advancing your 0 The Chronicle welcomes
status in the year ahead once tips from readers about
you realize there is, plenty of breaking news. Call the
room at the top for those who newsroom at 563-5660,
can use their ingenuity well. and be prepared to give
You'll be that person, your name, phone num-
Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 19)!- ber, and the address of
It's likely today that you will the news event.
conduct your material affairs in U To submit story ideas
a successful manner, but you're for feature-sections, call
not apt to be equally as skillful 563-5660 and ask for
in handling people. Remember Cheri Harris. Again, bp
good relationships arevaluable, prepared to leave a
too. detailed message.
Pisces (Feb. 20-March 20) -
For someone who thrives on
feeling optimistic and positive,
you may be your own worst
enemy today by resorting to an
old habit of worrying about
numerous things that may
never happen.
Aries (March 21-April 19) A
friend who you can normally
depend on may be either
unable or unwilling to assist
you today, but just when you
think you'll. have to scrap your
plans, someone you'd least
expect will step in.
Taurus (April 20-May 20) A
person with whom you are col-
lectively involved today may
have a much sterner viewpoint
on matters that affect you both.
Be careful how you handle this 4'
situation or it could blow up.
Gemini (May 21-June 20) -
Be cautious today regarding
tasks you delegate to others.
They may lack your skills and
proficiency and mess things up
for you. You'll be left with far
more work for you than you can
handle.
Cancer (June 21-July 22)
Strive to. be imaginative and
bright in your personal dealings
today, not self-serving or tricky
if you want to attract people to
you. If you step out of character,
w you'll end up being the enemy.
Leo (July 23-Aug 22)-- It'll be
best in the long run not to make
promises today where you
agree to do something you fully g'-
have no intention of doing.
When you don't come through,
the roof will fall on you. ..............
Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept 22) If
you continue to put off report-
ing a mistake you made,which
affects others, it will eventually
-become known and be much
'harder to explain away and be
forgiven. Fess up while you still
. can.


Libra (Sept 23-Oct 23) You
might have had good earning
abilities lately, but that's not a
good enough reason to make a
number of foolish expenditures
today. The future may not be so
kind, so don't squander funds.
Scorpio (Oct 24-Nov. 22) It
might tick you off today if you
are unable to operate as freely
as you'd like, owing to restric-
tions imposed upon you by oth-
ers. Try not to strain at the
leash and strangle yourself.
Sagittarius (Nov. 23-Dec. 21)
- Although you might experi-
ence a disappointment today
when someone you treated
most generously in the past fails
to reciprocate in a similar fash-
ion, be kind to yourself and
ignore it.
Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -
Find out the cost first before
letting a friend or associate
commit you to an expensive,
activity you're not even sure
you'd like doing. You might not
feel the outlay is worth it.


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Lange-Penn


The Trusses


Vicki Fillyaw of Inverness
and David Fillyaw of Orlando
are pleased to announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Tara Fields, to Michael
Doolittle, son of Charles and
Mary Doolittle of Inverness.
The bride-elect is a 2000
graduate of Citrus High
School, currently a nursing stu-
dent at CFCC. She also works
at Citrus Memorial Health
Systems.
The future bridegroom is a
graduate of Citrus High School
(1998), Santa Fe Community
College and Taylor Technical
Institute. He currently works at
Progress Energy as a nuclear
electronics technician.


The wedding is set for March
18 at the First Presbyterian
Church in Inverness.


Jessica Lange and Harold
Penn are proud to announce
their engagement.
The bride-to-be is the daugh-
ter of Jay Lange of Inverness
and Mr. and Mrs. Robb
Wadsten of Orlando. She is a
graduate of Citrus High
School. She is currently
employed at Mercantile Bank
in Ocala as a commercial loan
assistant.
The groom-to-be is the son of
Cathy Penn of Ocala; He is a
graduate of Vanguard, High
School. He is currently
employed as a correction offi-
cer with the State of Florida.
Jessica and Harold became
engaged during a weekend get-
away in the Florida Keys on


* ...- -s-t Weddings

Paulu-Quintas


Michael John Quintas and
Lisa Ann Paulus were married
at the Frelinghuysen
Arboretum in Morris
Township, New Jersey by
Wharton (N.J.) Mayor William
J. Chegwidden. They went to
Jamaica for their honeymoon
and now reside in Wharton.
He is the son of John and
Rena Quintas of Beverly Hills.
She is the daughter of Robert
and Judith Paulus of Dover,
N.J.
The groom graduated from
Felician College. He is an
intermediate systems pro-
grammer with UPS Inc. The
bride graduated from


Montclair State University. She
is a key account analyst with
Casio Inc.


Mr. and Mrs. James J. Truss
of Oxford celebrated their 50th
wedding anniversary on Jan. 8.
The couple has four children,
seven grandchildren and one
great-grandchild.
The family and friends hon-
ored them with a beautiful
party at their home. Jim and35
Elsie, former owners of' "Trash
BBusters Refuse" operated the
business for 17 years. Elsie was Store in Wildwvood. The couple:
also assistant manager for is now retired and resides on a;
Bargain Time Department small farm in Oxford.
New + + + ";+ " .


July 29, 2005. The couple plans
to be married June 10, 2006 at
the First Christian Church in
Ocala with a reception to fol-
low.


Irby-Schmidt


Eric Paul Schmidt and Jodi
Danielle Irby were united' in
marriage Jan. 3, 2006, in
Nassau, Bahamas.
The bride is the daughter of
John and Brenda Irby of
Brooksville and the groom is
the son of Margaret M: Schmidt
of Crystal River and John
Schmidt and brother of J.
Schmidt.
The bride was given in mar-
riage by her father, John Walter
Irby Jr
The wedding reception was
held on the beach immediately
follow ing the ceremony.
The wedding was attended


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p.m., 4:10 p.m., 7:10 p.m., 10:15
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by the bride's parents
mother and groom
Steve McKernan.
The couple will
Crystal River.


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Congratulations to the fol-
lowing new parents:
To Gregory Wayne Meahl
and Linda Murphy Meahl,
Lecanto, a daughter, Carys
Layne Meahl, born at home at
12:18 .a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 17,
2006. She weighed 7 pounds, 8
ounces and was 19 5 inches in
length.,
To Christopher and Dawn
Martone,. Inverness, a son,
Christian Tyler Martone, born
at 3:14 a.m. Monday, Jan. 9,
2006, at Shands Children's
Hospital, Gainesville. He
weighed 5 pounds, 7 ounces,
and was 18 inches in length.
Siblings: Travis Phelps,


Nicole Phelps and Julia'
Martone.
Paternal grandparents:'
Louis Martone and Claudine,
Martone. Maternal grandpar-
ents: Lynne Patrick and Barry
Patrick.
To Jayson and Erin Garbig,:
Inverness, a daughter, Lily,
Grace Garbig, born on;
Wednesday, Dec. 28, 2005, at:
Citrus Memorial Hospital.
Inverness. She weighed 6
pounds, 5 ounces.
Maternal grandparents- Ray
and Susan Samaniego, Ocala.
Paternal grandparents: Dick,
and Jan ice Garbig, Inverness. j


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's guncle-, ebrated his first birthday Dec.
4, 2005. Cason is the son of
live in Cory and Deana Williamson of
Inverness. His maternal
grandparents are Robert and
Patricia Panaccione of Crystal
River, and his paternal grand-
nra+r o Iraand _a nniferi&,i


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Disney-Everest
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Kingdom in Orlando in April, but
New Yorkers will get a peek at the
excitement when Disney brings a
preview to Times Square next
month.
Disney plans to transform the
exteriors of the W Hotel and the
adjacent Argent building at
Broadway and 47th Street into a
gigantic backdrop of Mount
Everest. An aerial acrobatic troupe
will perform there Feb. 15 and 16
on a stage 57 stories high, rap-
pelling down the mountain and
coming face to face with a
Himalayan yeti the legendary
abominable snowman.
An animatronic beast will also
be part of the thrill when the ride
opens at the Florida theme park.
The attraction is designed to
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taking guests to the foot of Mount
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past thundering waterfalls and into
snowcapped peaks before plung-
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The January-February issue of
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how to save money the next time
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First, the magazine says that from
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miss this window, try-late March,
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the many resorts that still have
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Second, the magazine says,
"buying a one-day ticket is like
paying the sticker price for a car."
So instead of skiing on four sepa-
rate days over the season, buy a
five-day ticket and go for a week.
Third, rent a condo instead of stay-
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family to lower the per-person
costs, and stock up the fridge so
you don't have to eat out every
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Winner of painting
U n aW I I% Betty
Hammond of
Inverness
was the
lucky winner
of a painting
by local
artist Brenda
Smith.
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was one of
'.- 78 people,
who pur-
chased a raf-
fle ticket to
win the oil
painting.
Smith pre-
sented the
painting Jan.
8 outside the
Galeria San
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Inverness.
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11 of us have -
experienced
a disappoint-
ing change of plans
in our well organ-
ized itinerary of life ...
according to God's
plans, yet there's
nothing we can do .
about it except pick Anne
up the pieces and
continue on with MEM
life. This past week, OF A 7
I was scheduled to COUN"
sail with a group of
my parishioners at Our Lady of
Grace Church, celebrating our,
pastor, Father Austin's 40th
anniversary of his ordination.
Suddenly, poofi All went wrong
and I had to cancel.
I had eagerly looked forward
to sailing on a mega ship, visiting
old but happy destinations,
when I realized the time was
not right for me and so ...
down the tube went another
dream vacation.
I had hoped to see the group
off on their trip, but felt I
would have burst into tears;
however, I shall hear all about it
The destinations were
SCozumel and Grand Cayman
Island, which always were a
fun stopover on former cruises,
- but I wasn't anxious to see the
devastation IKatrina had
impacted on these ports ... but
like the Phoenix, they shall
rise again.
- I cannot stress too strongly
* about taking insurance when
going on a trip. To do so might
be a bit more costly, but it's
- well worth the peace of mind it
gives you to enjoy the vacation.
Remember, you've already
spent several hundreds of dol-
* lars for the trip, so another
hundred or so is a worthwhile
investment I've seen too many
occasions when incidents and.
accidents happened, which
' eventually proved costly to the
- passenger.
Now on the lighter side ... I
was anxious to compare the
- mega ships against those Frank
and I sailed when he worked
for Costa. At that time, Costa
* was the premier cruiseline.
here in the States with such
M popular ships as the Carla,
Frederico an~d the Italia.
Perhaps some of you remem-


ber or even sailed
on them. The Carla
was the most fun
'. ship. I can still hear
the band "Si, Si, Si,
"" .'j"l Carla, La, la., la,
etc." the opening
number for the
Evening entertain-
Fusillo ment,
The ships .were
OURS n completely manned
RAVEL by an Italian crew
SELOR who were most
devoted to the pas-
sengers. The ships were small
enough to get to know person-
ally some of the passengers,
often leading to long friend-
ships. There was only one din-
ing room with two .seatings,
although breakfast, lunch and
midnight buffet were also
served on deck under the sky
and stars. The waiters were
great, catering to your every
whim with food and service. In
fact, on one occasion I told my
waiter I wds going to take him
home with us, to which he
replied, quite concerned,
"Signora, but I have a wife and
bambinos at home who need
me." We got such a charge out
of that!
The officers were very gal-
lant and blended well with the
passengers. The cabin stew-
ards were at your beck and call
and cleaned up your stateroom
beautifully, particularly after
shopping when everything was
thrown on the bed.
At nighttime, you walked
into your stateroom, which was
dimly lit and found your night-
gown or PJs laid out beautiful-
ly on the bed, tucked in at the
waist, sometimes wearing sun-
glasses or a flower. It was fun.
Then the unions came, end-
ing with a mixture of interna-
tional workers .that changed
the entire personality of the
ship I ani gi-ateful having
sailed at that time.but life goes
on, accepting changes and we
continue to cruise because we
love it.

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Frank, owned a travel agency
in Wheaton,- Il., for 17 years.
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Bulls 101, Pacers 89
CHICAGO (101)
Deng 0-5 4-4 4, Chandler 7-9 1-1 15,
Harrington 3-6 2-2 8, Gordon 4-11 3-4 11,
Hinrich 7-14 1-1 16, Songaila 2-7 1-2 5,
Allen 2-3 0-0 4, Duhon 2-6 5-6 9, Nocioni
6-12 7-7 20, Pargo 4-10 0-0 9, Graham 0-
1 0-0 0. Totals 37-84 24-27 101.
INDIANA (89)
S.Jackson 5-15 9-10 21, O'Neal 4-11 5-
10 13, Harrison 0-1 0-0 0, Johnson 2-6 2-2
6, Tinsley 2-6 3-4 7, Croshere 4-8 6-7 16,
Foster 1-1 4-5 6, Jasikevicius 2-4 0-0 4,
Jones 3-8 0-0 8, Granger 3-7 1-1 8, Gill 0-
0 0-0 0. Totals 26-67 30-39 89.
Chicago 20 30 2526- 101
Indiana 27 24 1325- 89
3-Point Goals-Chicago 3-14 (Pargo I1-
1, Nocioni 1-3, Hinrich 1-6, Gordon 0-1,
Graham 0-1, Duhort 0-2), Indiana 7-18
(Jones 2-4, Croshere 2-5, S.Jackson 2-6,
Granger 1-2, Tinsley 0-1). Fouled Out-
None. Rebounds-Chicago 55 (Chandler
14), Indiana 45 (O'Neal 9). Assists-
Chicago 16 (Hinrich 5), Indiana 17
(Johnson 5). Total Fouls-Chicago 27,
Indiana 24. Technicals-Deng 2, Tinsley.
Ejected-Deng. A-18,345. (18,345).
Hornets 109, Knicks 98
NEW ORLEANS (109)
Mason 7-13 2-2 16, West 9-15 1-1 19,
P.Brown 3-14 2-2 8, Paul 6-13 14-17 27,
Snyder 4-9 1-1 9, Claxton 3-5 4-4 10,
Andersen4 1-1 3-5 5, R.Butler 4-6 0-0 12,
Vroman 0-0 0-0 0, Smith 1-2 0-0 3. Totals
38-78 27-32 109.
NEW YORK (98)
Lee 3-4 0-06, Taylor 3-8 6-6 12, Curry 4-
6 2-5- 10, Crawford 6-12 2-3 14,
Richardsori 1-8 0-0 2, Robinson 4-7 4-4
13, Frye 7-12 4-4 18, Rose 0-2 4-4 4, Ariza
3-7 2-3 8, Woods 4-8 3-4 11, James 0-1 0-
2 0. Totals 35-75 27-35 98.
New Orleans 33 23 3122- 109
New York 30 21 2027- 98
3-Point Goals-New Orleans 6-10
(R.Butler 4-4, Smith 1-2, Paul 1-3, Snyder
0-1), New York 1-11 (Robinson 1-2, Woods
0-1, Crawford.0-4, Richardson 0-4). Fouled
Out-Robinson. Rebounds-New Orleans
44 (P.Brown 9),,New York 49 (Frye, Lee 7).
Assists-New Orleans 25 (Paul 13), New
York 16 (Woods 4). Total Fouls-New.
Orleans 28, New York 29. Technicals-
Newt Orleans Defensive Three Second.
A-19,763. (19,763).
NBA Today
Scoreboard
Denver at San Antonio, (1 p.m. EST).
Carmelo. Anthony leads the Nuggets, who
are on a four-game winning streak. The
Spurs are 19-2 at home.
STARS
Friday
-'-Tony Parker, Spurs, scored 38 points to
send San Antonio past Miami 101-94.
---Tracy McGrady, Rockets, scored 35
points in Houston's 109-108 double over-
time win over Chicago.
--Shawn Marion, Suns, scored 22 points,
had 16 rebounds and four blocks in
Phoenix's 106-93 victory over Los
Angeles.
-Gilbert Arenas, Wizards, scored 33
points in Washingtoh's 110-99 victory over
New Orleans.
KOBE'S WORLD
Kobe Bryant plans to play for the U.S. at
this year's world basketball'championships
and the 2008 Olympics. Bryant, the NBA's
leading scorer at 34.7 points a game, joins
LeBron James as the two players who
have been placed on the 20-man roster
that will report to a training camp in Las
Vegas this summer Tre team will play
exhibition .gar ,st,qinQGhina: and, South
Korea before.heading to the world:champi-:
onships in Japan.:
INJURED
San Antonio guard Manu Ginobili was car-
ried into the locker room by teammates
after spraining his right ankle in the third
quarter of the Spurs' game against Miami
on Friday night. Ginobili drove the lane and
tumbled awkwardly with 8:59 left in the
period, then rolled over and immediately
began grabbing the ankle. X-rays were
taken and the team said he'd be re-evalu-
ated Saturday. He missed eight games
earlier this season with a sprained right
foot, plus two others in early December
with a sprained right ankle.
WELCOME BACK
Tracy McGrady scored 35 points, including
the tying shot at the end of regulation and
the go-ahead 3-pointer in the second over-
time, to lead Houston over. Chicago 109-
108 Friday night. After missing five games
with back spasms, McGrady hit a 3 with 42
seconds left in the second overtime to
break a 106-all tie ... Ray Allen scored 24

in his return from a three-game suspension
for fighting in Seattle's 121-113 loss to
Toronto.
STRONG IN DEFEAT
Kobe Bryant scored 37 points in Los
Angeles' 106-93 loss to Phoenix. ...
Dwyane Wade scored 36. points, in Miami's
101-94 loss to San Antonio. ... Chris Paul
had 28 points and 11 assists in New
Orleans 110-99 loss to Washington on
Friday night. ... Rashard Lewis scored 25,
points in Seattle's 121-113 loss to Toronto.
SNAPPED
Houston snapped a seven-game losing
streak with a 109-108 double-overtime win
over Chicago on Friday night....
Milwaukee snapped a three-game losing
streak with a 118-102 victory over Atlanta
on Friday night.
SPEAKING
"Big win, big win. Its very motivating to
play against Miami. Obviously, it's one of
the best teams in the league and we ...
wanted to try to play solid basketball. And
that's what we did tonight." San Antonio
guard Tony Parker, who scored a career-
best 38 points in the Spurs 101-94 victory
over Miami. The Spurs matched the best
40-game start (31-9) in franchise history.

FOOTBALL

NFL Injury Report
NEW YORK (AP) The updated
National Football League injury report, as
provided by the league:
Sunday
PITTSBURGH STEELERS (13-5) AT
DENVER BRONCOS (14-3) Steelers:
OUT: LB James Harrison (ankle). PROBA-
BLE: LB James Farrior (calf); LB Larry
Foote (knee); CB Chidi Iwuoma (shoulder);


DE Travis Kirschke (groin); LB Joey Porter
(flip); QB Ben Roethlisberger (right thumb);
CB Deshea Townsend (knee); DE Kimo
Von Oelhoffen (knee). Broncos: PROBA-
BLE: TE Stephen Alexander (toe); DE
Courtney Brown (shoulder/knee); LB Keith
Burns (knee); WR Todd Devoe (wrist); CB
Darrent Williams (groin); LB Al Wilson
(thumb).
,CAROLINA PANTHERS (13-5) AT
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (14-3) -
Panthers: OUT: RB DeShaun Foster
(ankle/IR). QUESTIONABLE: DE Julius
Peppers (shoulder). PROBABLE: DT
*' Jordan Carstens (illness); RB Brad Hoover,
(ankle); S Mike Minter (wrist); C Jeff
Mitchell (knee); DT Kindal Moorehead
(ankle); .G Tutan Reyes (toe). Seahawks:
QUESTIONABLE: DT Rocky Bernard
(foot); WR Bobby Engram (lower back);
WVVR Darrell Jackson (knee). PROBABLE:
RB Shaun Alexander (concussion).


SPORTS


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TODAY'S SPORTS
BASKETBALL
1 p.m. (9 ABC) (20 ABC) (28 ABC) NBA Basketball Philadelphia
76ers at Minnesota Timberwolves. From the Target Center in
Minneapolis. (Live) (CC)
(FSNFL) Women's College Basketball Wake Forest at Georgia
Tech. (Live)
2 p.m. (ESPN2) Women's College Basketball Temple at Xavier.
(Live) (CC)
3 p.m. (FSNFL) Women's College Basketball Kansas State at
Texas. (Live) (Joined in Progress)
(SUN) Women's College Basketball LSU at Georgia. (Live)
4 p.m. (ESPN2) Women's College Basketball Rice at Southern
Methodist. (Live) (CC)
(FSNFL) Women's College Basketball Arizona at California. (Live)
6 p.m. (FSNFL) College Basketball Tipoff Show (Live)
6:30 p.m. (FSNFL) College Basketball North Carolina at Florida
State. (Live)
BOXING
9 p.m. (FSNFL) Boxing Sunday Night Fights. Julio Gonzalez
takes on Montell Griffin in a light heavyweight bout. From May 5,
2005. (Taped) .
FOOTBALL
3 p.m. (6 CBS) (10 CBS) NFL Football AFC Championship -
Pittsburgh Steelers at Denver Broncos. Ben Roethlisberger and the
Steelers take on Jake Plummer and the Broncos. From INVESCO
Field at Mile High in Denver. (Live) (CC)
6:30 p.m. (13 FOX) (51 FOX) NFL Football NFC Championship
- Carolina Panthers at Seattle Seahawks. Jake Delhomme and the
Panthers visit Matt Hasselbeck and the Seahawks. From Qwest
Field in Seattle. (Live) (CC)
GOLF
9 a.m. (GOLF) European PGA Golf Abu Dhabi Championship-
Final Round. From United Arab -Emirates. (Same-day Tape)
1:30 p.m. (GOLF) LPGA Golf Women's World Cup.of Golf -
Final Round. From South Africa. (Same-day Tape)
3:30 p.m. (9 ABC) (20 ABC) (28 ABC) PGA Golf Bob Hope
Chrysler Classic Final Round. From La Quinta, Calif. (Live) (CC)
7:30 p.m. (GOLF) PGA Golf Champions Tour-- MasterCard
Championship Final Round. From Hawaii. (Live),
SOCCER
11 a.m. (IND1) Premiership Soccer Liverpool vs. Manchester
United. (Live) (CC)
TENNIS
11 a.m. (ESPN2) Tennis Australian Open Early Round Day
7. From Melbourne, Australia. (Taped) (CC)
7 p.m. (ESPN2) Tennis Australian Open Round of 16. From
Melbourne, Australia. (Live) (CC)


NFL Playoff Glance
All Times EST
Wild-card Playoffs
Saturday, Jan. 7
Washington 17, Tampa Bay 10
New England 28, Jacksonville 3
Sunday, Jan. 8
Carolina 23, New York Giants 0
Pittsburgh 31, Cincinnati 17
Divisional Playoffs
Saturday, Jan. 14
Seattle 20, Washington 10
Denver 27, New. England3 ..
Sunday, Jan. 15
Prilsbufgn 21 Indanapolis 18
Carolina 29 Chicago 21
Conference Championships
Sunday, Jan. 22
Pittsburgh at Denver, 3 p.m, (CBS)
Carolina at Seattle, 6:30 p.m. (FOX)
Super Bowl
Sunday, Feb. 5
Detroit
AFC champion vs. NFC champion, 6:30
p.m. (ABC)
Pro Bowl
Sunday, Feb. 12
At Honolulu
AFC vs. NFC, 6 p.m. (ESPN)

GOLF

Bob Hope Chrysler Classic
Saturday
Palm Desert, Calif.
Purse: $5 million
Classic Club (Host), 7,305 yards
Palmer Private Course, 6,930 yards
La Quinta CC, 7,060 yards
Bermuda Dunes CC, 6,962 yards
(All four courses par 72)
Fourth Round .


Chad Campbell
Scott Verplank
John Senden
Phil Mickelson
Justin Rose
Mike Weir
Rory Sabbatini
Jesper Parnevik
Jeff Maggert
John Huston
Olin Browne
Billy Mayfair
Ryan Palmer
Bemhard Langer
Brandt Jobe
Steve Elkington
Shane Bertsch
Ben Crane
.Billy Andrade
David McKenzie
Joe Durant
Tim Herron
Paul Azinger
Joe Ogilvie
Ben Curtis
Michael Allen
Todd Fischer
John Cook
Tom Pernice Jr.
Alex Cejka
Brian Gay
Bill Haas
Patrick Sheehan
Nick Watney
Steve Jones


63-66-68-67 264-24
68-68-65-64 265 -23
70-63-68-67 268 -20
66-69-68-67 270-18
70-70-64-66 270 -18
67-69-69-66 271 -17
71-68-68-64 271 -17
69-69-71-62 271 -17
67-71-69-64 271 -17
65-71-68-67 271 -17
65-69-71-66 2-71 -17
68-70-68-66 272 -16
70-69-67-66 272-16
70-70-67-65 272 -16
72-68-68-64 272 -16
64-70-71-67 272 -16
70-68-66-68 272 -16
68-69-68-69 274 -14
68-68-67-72 275-13
69-70-70-66 275-13
71-65-70-69 275 -13
71-69-69-66 275 -13
71-69-67-69 276 -12
66-70-68-72 276 -12
69-71-71-65 276 -12
70-72-66-68 276 -12
68-71-67-70 276 -12
70-74-63-69 -' 276 -12
65-70-71-70 276 -12
69-67-68-72 276 -12,
72-73-67-64 276 -12
68-69-70-69 276 -12
66-75-64-72 277 -11
68-76-66-67 277 -11
68-71-72-66 277-11


Mark Calcavecchia69-68-72-68- 277 -11
Justin Leonard 67-72-67-71 277 -11
Dudley Hart 74-69-66-68 277 -11
Rich'Beem 70-67-69-71 277 -11
Richard S. Johnson67-69-69-72- 277 -11
Arjun Atwal 70-67-70-70 277 -11
Doug Barron 70-70-73-64 277 -11
Greg Owen 70-71-69-67 277 -11
Stephen Ames 67-72-69-70 278 -10
Lucas Glover 66-75-70-67 278 -10
Kevin Sutherland 68-67-72-71 278-10
Paul Goydos 74-70-71-63 278-10
Pat Perez 60-73-70-75 278 -10
Bob Estes 69-70-67-72 278-10
David Branshaw 69-70-72-67 278-10
D.A. Points 69-67-75-68 279 -9
Dean Wilson 68-70-70-71 279 -9
Corey Pavin 73-70-69-67 279 -9
Troy Matteson 73-70-65-71 279 -9
Tim Clark 71-68-70-70 279 -9
Robert Gamez 72-73-67-67 279 -9
John Rollins 67-70-69-74 280 .-8
Steve Flesch 67-76-68-69 280 -8
Heath Slocum 70-71-67-72 280 -8
J.L. Lewis 67-74-70-69 280 -8
Woody Austin 68-70-69-73 280 -8
David Duval 69-78-69-64 280 -8
Ryuji Imada 71-70-72-67 2?80 -8


Jerry Kelly ,
Robert Garrigus


74-71-67-68 280 -8
70-71-69-70 280 -8


Fred Couples 69-71-68-72 280 -8
Jeff Sluman 74-73-67-67 281 -7
Carl Pettersson 71-71-69-70 281 -7
Daniel Chopra 70-74-70-67 281 -7
Tag Ridings 69-74-67-71 281 -7
-Jeff Brehaut 70-75-68-68 281 -7
Craig Barlow 74-73-68-66 281 -7
Shaun Micheel 67-73-70-71 281 -7
Mark O'Meara 69-74-70-68 281 -7
Brian Davis 69-72-69-71 281 -7
Fred Funk. 70-68-75-68 281 -7
Andrew Magee 68-72-72-69 281 -7
Failed to Qualify
Steve Lowery 72-69-66-75 "- 082" '
lan Leggatt 75-7,1-69-67 282 -6
Will MacKenzie 70-77-66-69 282 -6
Mathew Goggin 71-71-67-73 282 -6
Hidemichi Tanaka 76-69-68-69 282 -6
Matt Gogel 68-70-74-70 282 -6
Kent Jones 73-69-67-73 282 -6
D.J. Trahan 73-72-70-67 282 -6
Lee Janzen 71-65-68-78 282 -6
Jerry Smith 75-69-71-68 283 -5
J.J. Henry 69-73-70-71 283 -5
Kris Cox 75-69-73-66 283 -5
Jonathan Byrd 72-75-64-72 283 -5
Joey Sindelar 67-73-73-71 284 -4
Brent Geiberger 69-70-73-72 284 -4
Jonathan Kaye 71-74-69-70 284 -4
David Gossett 74-68-74-68 284 -4
Tim Petrovic 69-72-74-70 285 -3
Nicholas Thompson70-72-67-76-285 -3
Davis Love II 73-69-76-68 286 -2
Carlos Franco 68-75-69-74 286 -2
Kirk Triplett 70-72-73-71 286 -2
Jori Mills 73-68-68-77 286 -2
Duffy Waldorf 70-79-68-70 287 -1
Hank Kuehne 74-75-74-64 287 -1
Mark. Brooks 71-67-72-77 287 -1
Tommy Armour III 67-72-72-76 287 -1
Keith Fergus 70-72-74-71 287 -1
Chris Couch 72-70-75-70 -- 287 -1
Sean O'Hair 71-67-71-78 287 -1
Donnie Hammond72-74-73-69 288 E
Todd Hamilton 71-83-66-68 288 E
Scott McCarron 69-72-73-74 288 E
Stephen Leaney 73-75-71-70 289 +1
Frank Lickliter II 72-70-71-77 290 +2
Len Mattiace 74-72-71-73 290 +2
Rod Parripling 69-72-74-75 290 +2
Roger Tambellini 72-71-76-71 290 +2
Jay Williamson 77-72-74-68 291 +3
Wes Short Jr. 72-75-73-74 294 +6
Harrison Frazar 69-75-80-70 -294 +6
Ted Purdy 73-78-72-71 294 +6
Robert Damron 75-76-72-72 295 +7
Bob Tway 74-79-73-70 296 +8
Scott Miller 73-75-73-77 298+10
Jason Gore 75-79-73-73 300+12
Steven Bowditch 79-69-72-80 300+12


HOCKEY
National Hockey League.
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W LOTPts GF GA
Philadelphia 29 11 8 66 168 149
N.Y. Rangers 27 14 7 61 151 124
New Jersey 25 18 5 55 144 143
N.Y Islanders 20 24 3 43 139 169
Pittsburgh 11 28 9. 31 131 190
Northeast Division
W LOTPts GF GA
Ottawa 32 10 4 68 195 109
Buffalo 29 14 3 61 151 132
Toronto 2420 3 51 149 155
Montreal 21 17 6 48 130 140
Boston 1821 8 44 135 153


Carolina


Southeast Division
W LOTPts GF GA
32 11 4 68 173 148


Tampa Bay 25 20 3 53 144 144
Atlanta 2320 6 52 175 171
Florida 1823 7 43 125 154
Washington 1724 5 39 135 175
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Central Division
W LOTPts GF GA
Detroit 32 12 3 67 176 123
Nashville 2812 6 62 147 135
Chicago 1626 6 38 124 167
Columbus 1729 2 36 113 169
St. Louis 1029 7 27 117 179
Northwest Division
W LOTPts GF GA
Calgary 27 14 5 59 123 116
Vancouver 27 15 5 59 158 142
Colorado 27 19 3 57 181 157
Edmonton 25 17 5 55 155 146
Minnesota 22 21 4 48 133 121
Pacific Division
W LOTPts GF GA
Dallas 30 15 2 62 154 127
Los Angeles 29 18 3 61 174 156
San Jose 2217 6 50 142 139
Anaheim 20 16 9 49 131 128
Phoenix 23 22 2 48 134 146
Two points for a win, one point for over-
time loss or shootout loss.


Friday's Games
Columbus 4, St. Louis 3, SO
Minnesota 4, Chicago 1
Tampa Bay 6, Dallas 3
Saturday's Games
New Jersey 3, N.Y. Islanders 2, SO
Detroit 4, Colorado 3
Philadelphia 2, Pittsburgh 1
San Jose 4, Los Angeles 3, OT
Ottawa 7, Toronto 0
Tampa Bay 2, Atlanta 0 -
N.Y. Rangers 3, Boston 2, SO
Washington 5, Carolina 2
Columbus at Nashville, 8 p.m.
Edmonton at Phoenix, 9 p.m.
Buffalo at Calgary, 9 p.m.
Montreal at Vancouver, 10 p.m.
Florida at Anaheim, 10:30 p.m.
Sunday's Games
Minnesota at Chicago, 7 p.m.
New Jersey at N.Y. Rangers, 7 p.m.
Monday's Games
Boston at Washington, 7 p.m.
Montreal at Carolina, 7 p.m.
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.
Toronto at Ottawa, 7:30 p.m.
Nashville at Detroit, 7:30 p.m.
Vancouver at St. Louis, 8 p.m.
Phoenix at Dallas, 8:30 p.m.
Calgary at Edmonton, 9 p.m.
Anaheim at Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m.
Lightning 2, Thrashers 0
Tampa Bay 1 0 1 2
Atlanta 0 0 0 0
First Period-1, Tampa Bay, Modin 19
(Richards, Sydor), 18:09 (pp). Penalties-
Miley, TB (hooking), 9:03; Larsen, Atl
(hooking), 15:01; Aubin, Ati (hooking),
17:08; Artyukhin, TB (interference), 18:51.
Second Period-None.. Penalties--
Prospal, TB (hooking), 7:35; Kozlov, Atl
(high-sticking), 15:07; Afanasenkov, TB
(holding), 18:08.
Third Period-2, Tampa Bay, Lecavalier
20 (St. Louis, Sydori 12:33 (pp):
Penalties-Aubin, Atl (high-sticking), 7:32;
Mellanby, Atl (slashing), 11:31.
Shots on goal-Tarrpa Bay 5-11-8-24.
Atlanta 5-9-6-20.
Power-play opportunities-Tampa Bay 2
of 5; Atlanta 0 of 4.
Goalies-Tampa Bay, Grahame 18-14-1
(20 shots-20 saves). Atlanta, Lehtonen 6-
3-0 (24-22).
A-18,704 (18,545). T-2:18.
Referees-Shane,. Heyer, Richard
Trottier. Linesmen-Jonny Murray, Derek
Nansen.
Hockey Today
Scoreboard
(AP) New Jersey at N.Y. Rangers (7 p.m.
EST). The Devils have won eight straight
games.
STARS
Friday
-Marc Denis, Blue Jackets, had .41 saves
to lead Columbus to a 4-3 shootout win
over St. Louis.
-Manny Fernandez, Stars, made 31
saves in Minnesota's 4-1 victory over
Chicago.
-Ryan Craig, Lightning, had a goal and
two assists as Tampa Bay beat Dallas 6-3.
BERARD BUSTED
Columbus defenseman Bryan Berard, who
tested positive for a banned substance in a
pre-Olympic test, accepted a two-year sus-
pension from international play, the U.S.
Anti-Doping Agency said Friday. The test
wasn't part of NHL testing, meaning he
won't be subject to league discipline.
TRADES
The Chicago Blackha*ks traded defense-
man Anton Babchuk and a founh.round
draft pick in 2007 on Friday to the Carolina
Hurricanes for defenseman Dah'ny
Richmond and a fourth rounder in this
year's draft. ... The Phoenix Coyotes trad-
ed center Petr Nedved to the Philadelphia
Flyers for defenseman Dennis Seidenberg.
The trade also gave the Flyers the option
of swapping fourth-round draft choices with
the Coyotes at this year's entry draft and
third-round choices with the Coyotes in
next year's entry draft.
STREAKING
Mike Sillinger extended his goal streak to
four in St. Louis' 4-3 ;shootout loss to
Columbus on Friday.
SLUMPING
St. Louis has dropped nine straight overall
and eight road games in a row following a
4-3 shootout loss to Columbus on Friday.
... Dallas' Marty Turco gave up four goals
in the first period and was pulled for the
third time in his last six starts as Dallas lost
6-3 to Tampa Bay. Turco has allowed eight
goals in the last 21 shots he's faced.
SPEAKING
"I saw that move a couple of weeks ago in
a game and it looked like a pretty good
move to use in a shootout." Columbus'
Rick Nash, on his winning shootout.goal in
the Blue Jackets' 4-3 victory over St. Louis
on Friday.


TRANSACTIONS
BASEBALL
American League
SBALTIMORE ORIOLES-Acquired RHP
Kris Benson from the New York Mets for
RHP Jorge Julio and RHP John Maine.
MINNESOTA TWINS-Agreed to terms
with OF Michael Cuddyer on a one-year
contract.
National League
ATLANTA BRAVES-Agreed to terms
with RHP Jorge Sosa on a one-year con-
tract.
S BASKETBALL
NBA Development League
FAYETTEVILLE PATRIOTS-Signed G
Mateen Cleaves.
TULSA 66ERS-Signed C Matt Nelson.
Announced F Tang Hamilton has left the
team.
FOOTBALL
National Football League
CLEVELAND BROWNS-Named Jeff
Davidson assistant head coach.
GREEN BAY PACKERS-Named Bob
Sanders defensive coordinator.
HOCKEY,
National Hockey League
PHOENIX COYOTES-Assigned D Matt
Jones to San Antonio of the AHL.
TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING-Recalled C


Jason Jaspers from Springfield of the AHL.
VANCOUVER CANUCKS-Recalled G
Maxime Ouellet from Manitoba of the AHL.
American Hockey League
BRIDGEPORT SOUND TIGERS-
Announced D Bruno Gervaig has been
assigned to the team by the New York
Islanders.
HARTFORD WOLF PACK-Announced
D Thomas Pock has been returned to the
team by the New York Rangers. Signed G
Robert Gherson.
United Hockey League
ADIRONDACK FROSTBITE-Named
Dane Jackson coach.
COLLEGE
COLORADO COLLEGE-Announced
the resignation of Scott Lamphear,
women's assistant soccer coach.
IDAHO STATE-Named Allison Gibson
women's soccer coach.


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Tournament.
The temperatures were
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January tournament, and the
heavy competition led to a
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Women's doubles A
Leslie McCue/Judy Jeanette
def. Susan Garrick/Vicki Lavoie, 6-
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Sam Stiteler/Sherri Stitzel def.
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Kristin Tringali/Angela Wellman,6-'
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JIM HUNTER
jhunter@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle
n response to, a series of
Commentary stories about the
lyngbya problem in Kings Bay a
few weeks ago, two very con-
cerned Kings Bay residents
have offered their thoughts on
the takeover of the bay by the dark,
stringy, algae-like organism. Both
are frustrated by the apparent
inability of government agencies
and environmental scientists to do
a anything about the problem.
Lyngbya began to take over the
bottom of the bay after hydrilla, the
exotic aquatic plant that once
clogged the bay, died off after the
"no-name storm" of 1993 that swept
enormous amounts of salt water
into the bay. y
The cou nty now uses mechanical
harvesters to remove as much lyng-
bya as it can, but because of the
nature of the stringy substance, it is
not an easy task to it get off the bot-
tom. In the warm weather, mats of
smelly, unsightly lyngbya float to the
surface, marring not only the bot-
tom of the bay but the surface, too.
It's easier to collect then, but sum-
mer harvesting after the bloom sea-
son hasn't proven an effective man-'
agemnent tool.
One of the concerned residents
pressing for answers. Steve Kingery,
sees the problem up close routinely
He is, active on the bay as a volun-
teer in manatee watches that try to
soften the interaction betm een man-
atees and humans as people try to
see the endangered sea mammal
that congregates in the springs in
the winter to escape the colder
water.
Kingery, frustrated that there is
no active management plan to.
attack the lyngbya problem,. recent-
ly put together a CD jammed with
all the research and infonnation he
could find on lyngbya. He sent the
CD to agencies and scientists and
gave it away free to anyone who
asked.


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JIM HUNT I -/unronicle
Crystal River resident Steve Kingery easily picks up a glob of lyngbya, the stringy algae that has taken over much
of the bottom of Kings Bay in recent years. Kingery and other residents and the Kings Bay Association are pressing
environmental agencies for management plans and coordinated action on the lyngbya problem.


The other concerned resident,
Norman "Bill" Hopkins, is a board
member of the Kings Bay
Association and he has spent the
last year or so trying to learn every-
thing he can about lyngbya and
algae management to find some
effective tools that can be used to, as
he puts it, bring the bay into an eco-
logical balance.
He has presented his findings on
.possible management techniques to
state and federal environmental
officials, and the discussions about
tests for one possible technique,


ultra-sound, are presently ongoing.*
The Kings Bay Association is
hoping to convince officials from
the Florida Department of
Environmental Protections,
Southwest Florida Water
Management District, Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission and the U.S. Fish and:
Wildlife Commission to allow some
tests with ultrasound in a cor--
doned-off corner of the bay. The
county, responsible for harvesting,
lyngbya, is obviously interested in
the technique, too, Hopkins said.


So far, he said, the agencies have
been very positive about some tri-
als, and talks are ongoing. One ob\ i-
ous concern is the effect on the
endangered manatees, which
Hopkins believes should not be
affected by the ultrasound frequen-
cies being considered, but that dis-
cussion is continuing. Hopkins
thinks the ultrasound may have
some application and deserves to
be tested.
Today's Commentary features the
thoughts of these two concerned
and involved residents.


Lyngbya is complex enemy that we must fight


NORMAN HOPKINS
Special to the Chronicle


Lyngbya has been with us for decades, and is
clearly a tough nut to crack with any technology
Only by concerted effort can it be addressed, and
hopefully redressed. The spread of this algae is a
real threat to the environment, the ecology and
the food chain on which the wildlife depend,
especially that of the endangered manatee.
I doubt if any single panacea exists to fix the
problem, but the battle needs every proven
weapon we can deploy in a coordinated way to
fight the fight to restore. our waters to crystal
clarity once again.
In such a fight, it is important to know your
enemy.
Not just local problem
It is important to stress that lyngbya is a natu-


rally occurring cyanobacterium throughout the
world where water temperature, sunlight and
nutrients exist for it to grow and flourish. Some
say it has been here since the 1700s, others say
since time began.
How it spreads
What happens is truly mind-boggling. As men-
tioned, it takes a relatively long time to grow
from microscopic cell to filament to benthic mat
and then to become a surface mat.
The cells defend themselves with a protective
sheath so that they may grow in it as nutrients
are absorbed through the filament walls. Cells
are replicated in the filament to be ejected from
the end of the filament to begin a new filament
with a new sheath.
Remember that "our" species is tagged as lyn-
gbya majuscula from the Latin meaning largish
or more substantial perhaps, better protected.


Sections of the benthic mat rise as photosyn-
thesis produces a gas which gets trapped in the
mat itself to give that section of the mat a buoy-
ancy, enabling it to tear away from the benthic
mat and rise to the surface.
There it is blown by the wind or moved by
water currents to another location. When it rains
.hard enough, the gas bubbles are literally
*destroyed by rain drops so that buoyancy is given
up, and the mature mat then drops to the bottom.
where the lyngbya can reproduce itself in a dif-
ferent place from where it first grew up.
This is how the relatively slow birth and child-
hood of lyngbya is accelerated as it grows older
and more mature to become the nuisance and
danger to habitat for wildlife and our health.
Notice that parts of the original benthic mat are
left behind to repeat the process in the original
Please see ENEMY/Page 5C


Situation hasn't changed for years; will it ever?


STEVE KINGERY
Special to the Chronicle
I recently reviewed this letter to the editor,
submitted September 2000, to see what changes
I would make to it today.
MEN
It is, unfortunately, exceedingly clear that,
along with waterways across the nation, Crystal
River has major problems with excess nutrients.
Studies have shown the sources to be varied and
reach the river by both surface water and the
aquifer.
The quality of the river for wildlife and
humans has declined drastically and will contin-
ue to do so until the problem is actively dealt
with. It is both an environmental and economic
problem of ever increasing size. We, most defi-
nitely, need to continue research for the best
methods of solving this problem (which is not


unique to the Crystal River). In the meantime,
consider these suggestions for improving the sit-
uation.
Regardless of the source the nutrient level
must be reduced. This can be done by eliminat-
ing the source of the nutrients and removal of
nutrients from the system itself All aquatic weed
control done by means that do not remove the
vegetation must come to an end. The nutrients,
remain in the system.
Vegetation removal from the-water systems
should be continuous and methodical. I suggest
allowing, again, the proliferation of water
hyacinths. The hyacinths grow quickly using the
excess nutrients, are relatively easy to mechani-
cally harvest, and decrease the light available to
the nuisance algae in the river.
All harvested material should be composted
and made available as a nutrient source to the
public and/or industry.


Tax incentives should be initiated for water-
front properties that encourage water runoff
management and reintroduction of native vege-
tation instead of fertilized lawns. The county and
state should supply engineering information for
runoff management to interested property own-
ers.
This will reduce nutrients from reaching the
system from runoff The money lost in incentives
will be made up by reduced future effort to
repair the waterway.
The use of composting toilets should be
approved and encouraged. These well-proven,
time-tested devices aerobically process organic
waste without the use of water. The processed
waste is safe and can be used as a nutrient
source for gardens. Only gray water will be left to
the septic tanks and municipal sewage
Please see SITUATION/Page 5C


Charlie Brennan
SHADES
OF GRAY


It's he

process, not

the people

T o Citrus County's mana-
tee tour operators:
Forgive us. We are not
the enemy!
A Page 1A story last
Saturday about manatees and
the ecotourism industry that
has grown up around the gen-
tle beasts has left anything but
gentle feelings toward the
newspaper among Ihe tour
operators.
All this on a weekend when
many Chronicle execs and
staffers Iolunteered their time
to help out at the annual
Manatee Festival.
A staff photographer was
asked to get a photo to illus-
trate the popularity of mana-
tee tours. Mission accom-
plished. It was a good shot, but
certain tour operators object-
ed to having that particular
competitor's boat and cus-
tomers in the photo.
The photographer wasn't
instructed to shoot any partic- .,
ular tour operator; just to
come back with a picture rep-
resenting the subject matter.
Then there was. the.story it -.'
was, I think, a good story thal .
quoted a variety of sources
including comments from four
different tour operators.
Other tour operators felt
shunned.
. The reporter wasn't asked'to
talk to each and everyone who
Please see SHADES/Page 5C


Lou Frey Jr.
OTHER'
VOICES


2006 could

get heated

politically

T his off-year election will
be bloodier than normal.
'Off-year elections, his-
torically, have been problems
for the party in powez There
have been excepDis to thigh *
rule, but the Democrats are
optimistic, with good cause.
Last year was a bad year for
the president and the
Republicans. Not much went
right, even though many
Republicans would argue
progress was made in Iraq,
especially after three success-
ful elections.
The brightest spot for the
Republicans was how
Supreme Court Chief Justice
John Roberts handled himself
in his hearing in contrast to
many Democrat senators on
the judiciary committee. The
other constant in 2005 was the
inability of the Democrats to
put forth positive issues which
people could rally around.
However, they were effective
at pointing out what
Republicans were doing
wrong.
The Republicans come into
2006 with a chance to have a
better year. The Abramoff
scandal could be a problem,
but no one is quite sure who
will be involved.
Fortunately for the
Republicans, 40 of the 45 mem- -
bers of the Senate" Democrat


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EDITORIAL BOARD
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"You may differ with my choice, but not my right to choose."
David S. Arthurs publisher emeritus

TIME, TROUBLE AND MONEY



Accident tax is



just bad idea


Imagine you're driving creating
through the city of Crystal tors w]
River and you're involved in city by
an automobile wreck. at a lo
Your car is damaged, you're gal act
slightly injured arid city emer- in aut(
agency personnel respond. when
You're having a pretty bad day. cause
An ambulance takes you off to looking
the hospital and you spend many Crys
long hours getting put back those t
together. Then
While the worst might be out vi
behind you, you can still look Florid
forward to dealing with your service
insurance company, getting your it might
car repaired and paying off your enue
hospital and doctor bills. ment,1
Now the city of Crystal River is In ou
giving considera-
tion to an ordinance THEISSUE*
thatmight make the THE SSUE
experience .even Crystal River
worse. Because considers
only 1 percent of service fee.
the people involved
in auto accidents on OUR OPINION
U.S. 19 are actually The idea is
city 'taxpayers. fundamentally
according to the wrong.
police chief, the city
may pass an ordi-
nance that gives City Hall the they pa
right to; send non-city residents Crysi
another bill. position
This new bill would be for any travel
cost the city experiences in because
responding to your auto accident, might
Talk about adding insult to number
injury. the s
While the proposal would Crystal
raise money for the city, we think the tax
it sends the wrong message to that ma
visitors to our community. As the Crys
eco-tourism-based economy is rebound
important to Crystal River, it n't inv:
would be wrong to try to gener- cism o
ate revenue off of the misfortune The c
of those who decide to visit. "accid(
We wouldn't oppose the city further

Bigger and better C
This is in regards to
"Church becomes bar" My
hi han and I areo th


youth pastors for the
Covenant Church of God
and we are alive and well.
We moved from that loca-
tion so that we could better
serve our community. God CA"
has called us to bigger and '563
better things in Floral City.
Dressing too sexy
This goes for the Chronicle to do a
series on this issue: Young girls, ages
12 to 16, wearing makeup and dress-
ing sexy to get young men, as Well as
other men's attention, looking for
affection, which the movies and TV
.project as love. Parents need to
explain the difference between love
and affection to their children. The
law needs to make a distinction
between a sexual predator and young
men who foolishly trust a girl's age.
These young girls need to be
home studying for a better educa-
tion, as well as learning to clean
house and cook meals, not street-
walking to get boys' attention and
get themselves into trouble. Do an
article on this. This is a good time
for it with all these problems.
Line dancing
I just moved to Dunnellon. In
West Palm Beach, where I came
from, organizations, community
centers, Lions clubs, Moose and
whatever offer line dancing. Some
are free; some of them are just a
couple bucks, and they teach you
line dancing. I was trying to find out
if they offer anything here. I found
one place, the Citrus Community
Center, off (State Road) 44 East, I


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the store


ng special charges for visi-
ho create expenses for the
getting involved in a fight
cal bar or some other ille-
tivity. But people involved
mobile accidents even
their negligence might
the incident are not out
g for trouble.
tal River shouldn't add to
roubles.
re are private companies
siting cities throughout
a offering to provide this
e for a fee. On the surface,
it appear to be a new rev-
source for local govern-,
but the price is too high.
ir view, this type of special
charge .is funda-
mentally wvirong.
Local governments
throughout the
country provide
police, fire and
emergency services
I: to residents and vis-
itors alike. Services
should be provided
to people in need
regardless of where
they live and where,
ay taxes.
tal River is in the unique
n of having many people
through the city limits
se of U.S. 19. While the city
have a disproportionate
*r of accidents based on
mall population base,
[ River also benefits from
:es paid by the businesses
any of the motorists visit.
tal River is on the
id these days and should-
ite a new round of criti-
ver an unfriendly policy.
council should kill this
ent tax" before it goes any

believe. They have it there
free, but that's theonly
place that I know of and
it's a ways from
Dunnellon. I'm just trying
to see if there's something
a little bit closer or in
another area.
Ouija wanted
I read the Sound Off
every day and I would like
to know if any reader can
help me find a store that
e Ouija board game. If
e knows, please call the
)ff and give me the name of
e and the address.
Park vision


I would like to congratulate Frank
DiGiovannij.A long time ago, he
came here and he had a tiny little,
dark office:at the park. And he real-
ly, he and Pati (Smith), went crazy
on that and it turned out beautiful.
Then he was voted for city manager
and had a little office in a crowded
building at that time with the, police
department. And now he has'
earned, with some 30 years, I pray,
a beautiful office in a beautiful build-
ing ... Whoever doesn't agree with it,
tough break. He saw what the park
needed long before we needed it
and now we have it ... Pati's taken
charge there, so we have two superb
people here ... Well, it's going to
.happen and I'm thankful. Thanks,
guys. Wonderful job.
Job for Israel
If military action is necessary
against Iran, and it looks like it
might be, let Israel do it. It's past
time we stopped wet-nursing Israel
and put a stop to sacrificing all our
young people.


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LETTERS


Honor Hampton
We have written to Citrus County
commissioners about the county's
most outstanding citizen, Mike
Hampton. He is a role model for the
youths of Citrus County.
Hampton has tried to build a sports
complex for county youths. He is very
community-minded. For the past few
years, he has open-house Mike
Hampton Day for the youths of Citrus
County. This is all paid for by the
Mike Hampton Foundation.
Now Hampton and his wife are
planning to build a waterfront restau-
rant that will add to the economy of
our county.
We are very proud to say that his
hometown is our hometown.
Therefore we would ask you to name
a section of U.S. 19 after Mike
Hampton in appreciation for all he
has done our county.
Joan and Howard Butow
Beverly Hills

Defying explanation
Regarding proposed RV develop-
ment of Preservation Pointe,
Inverness. Re: Chronicle opinion. The
author of this. piece was not well
informed on the underlying issue.
The property has a current land
use designation of CL (Low Intensity
Coastal and Lakes).
This land use designation limits
any development to a maximum
intensity of one Dwelling Unit per 20
acres. So, the potential, for 207 acres
is just 10 homes.
In order to accommodate the pro-
posed RV park, it would require a
change to the existing land use.
Specifically, to allow for an upward
revision from 10 homes to 499 RV
parking slots.
This would be an allowable use
under the newly created RVP land


to the Editor


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use designation.
But, this is a "Large Scale
Comprehensive Plan Amendment,"
which is granted at the discretion of
the BOCC. The developer has no
expectation of a change "by right."
For reference, see LDC 4663, which
defines RVP as a "commercial land
use." While CL designation says that
"only the lowest intensity shall be
allowed."
See the county's staff report for
application CPA/AA 06-07 and you will
find a quote, under the heading
Findings of Fact, that "the application
appears to be consistent with the
Citrus County Comprehensive Plan."
On its face this statement is utter
nonsense. Unless, and it's a big 'if,'
commissioners decide to grant the
change in land use. As of now, under
Coastal and Lakes, this project is
directly contrary to the intent of the
Comprehensive Plan.


This same scenario could hit any
county resident The lot next door
might be designated for a low intensi-
ty use. Then along comes a developer
who files an application for conver-
sion to a totally different use of much
higher intensity.
. We are all investors in a business
called,Citrus County. We pay property
taxes which finance that entity. As
such, we have an absolute right to
expect that local government will pro-
tect our interests.
If the Comprehensive Plan defines
a piece of property as Low Intensity
how come a simple majority of elect-
ed representatives can overturn this
classification?
Suddenly, a guarantee of 10 homes
becomes transformed into a RV park
for 499 vehicles. That is an expansion
factor which defies rational explana-
tion.
Chris Lloyd
Lecanto

Native American respect
February is Black History Month. I
know I sound prejudiced, but what
about our only true Native Ameri-
cans, the American Indian? Weren't
they here before the blacks? Why isn't
there a Chief Red Cloud Day or
Osceola Day?
These men also fought for the free-
dom of their people and fought more
than racists; they fought a greedy gov-
ernment a hungry government that
only wanted their lands. They fought
the government's armies.
Don't you think it's about time we
show these true American natives
some respect? These people were
also placed into ghettos. Can we feel a
little compassion for these people,
our one and only true American?
Floyd Sembrot
Inglis


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CITRus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE COMMENTARY SUNDAY, JANUARY 22, 2006 ,3



Sometimes we are driven to complete rites of passage


If we believe what is day American teenagers,
presented on television male and female alike:
and in some of the old learning to drive a car.
.Western movies, during the I could tell stories about
mid-19th century, growing my children learning to
up for young native drive, but out of respect for
,American males included their feelings and concern
:chasing down a two-ton for my own well-being, I
buffalo, killing it with a won't. Instead, I'll go even
stone-tipped arrow which further back and tell about
was shot from a homemade Fred Brannen my own earliest adventure
bow, then cutting the heart A SLICE behind the wheel.
.from the beast and eating it OF LIFE I wasn't old enough to
while it was still beating. OF LIFE drive, but my father
Such an act required thought it was time for me
,great courage, training and at least a to begin to assert my manhood. The
-,degree of natural talent A feat not family car was parked a short dis-
unlike a rite of passage for modern- tance down the road and needed to be


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brought up to the parking area just
outside the picket fence which sur-
rounded our house. Daddy held out
the keys and said, "Son, go bring the
car up here."
Those were the words he said, but
his tone implied, "Son, go kill a buffa-
lo, cut its heart out and bring it up
here."
I took the keys and walked down to
where the mechanical monster wait-
ed. I got in and fired up the engine. It
was a 1957 Chevrolet with a standard
transmission. I was less than five feet
tall at the time and my feet wouldn't
reach the clutch without me sliding
way down in the seat so far I couldn't
see where I was going.


Greenpeace founder makes


the case for nuclear study


* ANDRIJA VUKMIR development," "Environmen-
Special to the Chronicle tal extremism," "The case for
nuclear energy," "Fossil fuels,"
T, his past April 28, Patrick "Prominent environmentalists
Moore, chairman and see nuclear energy as solu-
chief scientist of tion," and many more includ-
:.Greenspirit Strategies Ltd., ing "Nuclear energy: A proven
.based in Vancouver, British alternative," "Nuclear waste,"
..Columbia, Canada, presented "Nuclear proliferation" and
;,testimony at a hearing before "Other benefits from nuclear
jthe Subcommittee on Energy energy."
,and Resources of the U.S. In-the section of prominent
*House of Representatives' environmentalist figures like
Committee on Government Stewart Brand, founder of the
Reform. The topic of the hear-. Whole Earth Catalog, Gaia the-
ing was "Nuclear Power orist James Lovelock, and
Generation as an Approach to Hugh Montefiore, former
Meeting America's Energy Friends of the Earth leader,
'Needs." have now all stated their strong
Mr. Moore was born in a 'support for nuclear energy as a
small fishing and logging vil- practical means of reducing
lage on the northwest tip of greenhouse gas emissions
.Vancouver Island. In his while meeting the world's
:--advanced education he attend- increasing energy demands.
;,,:ed the University of British In the closure of this presen-
:~,Columbia, studying the life sci- station, Mr. Moore said the fol-
ences: biology, biochemistry, lowing: "Iwant to conclude by
genetics ,and forestry. He emphasizing thatnuclear ener-
became a "born-again" ecolo- gy combined with the use of
gist, and in the late 1960s trans- renewal energy sources like
formed into a radical environ- wind, geothermal, and hydro
mental activist: remain the only practical, safe,
Among his activities, with a and environmentally friendly
like-minded group were means of reducing greenhouse
planned protest campaigns gas emissions and addressing
against U.S. hydrogen bomb energy security.
testing in Alaska, which result- "If the U.S. is to meet its
V ed in the birth of Greenpeace. ever-increasing demands for
During his presentation to energy, while reducing the
the Subcommittee on Energy threat of climate change and
{ and Resources, he reviewed reliance on overseas oil, then
and discussed "Activism in the American nuclear industry
action." "Froom Confilontation must be revitalized and per-
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and scientifically sound lead-
ership on the nuclear energy
issue is now."
I believe this is a majoi
breakthrough and should nol
be ignored.
The utilities with nuclear
power plants, such- as Progress
Energy, should take the initia-
tive.' Invite Patrick Moore
Stewart Brand, founder of the
Whole Earth Catalog, Gaia the-
orist James Lovelock and Hugt
Montefiore, former Friends o.
the Earth leader, to an off-site
meeting where working as a
team they could discuss anc
review how nuclear energy
could assist in addressing anc
resolving our electrical powel
demands.
My concern is that this pres
entation was more than six
months ago, and very little, il
any, has been mentioned in the
mass news media. Please note
The entire speech is on public
record and available on the
Internet via: http://www.nei.
org, link newsroom, speech
testimony.

Andrija Vukmir, of Crystal
River, worked in the nuclear
energy program for more than
33 years including experimen-
tal nuclear physics, nuclear
reactor startup and as a
nuclear power site services
manager at Northern States
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Somehow I managed to get the car
rolling toward the house and angled it
in toward the edge of the fence. I
began to feel a sense of elation. I was
going to park up close to the gate, just
like my father always did.
Then I realized I had a problem.
The brake pedal was out of reach.
While I was trying to push the brakes,
the car went through the picket fence
and plowed into the corner of the
house.
It gets worse.
The bathroom took a direct hit I
slammed into the area that contained
the bath tub. My mother was taking a
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screamed; daddy yelped; the dog,
Waggles, barked; and my good brother
William howled with laughter.
Eventually everyone calmed down.
My mother wasn't hurt The car was
surprisingly unscathed. The fence
and the house could be mended easi-
ly enough. The only thing to suffer any
major damage was my pride.
Looking back, I envy the native
American kid from a century and a
half ago. He got off easy. All he had to
do was kill a buffalo!


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LetterS to the EDITOR


f 1Spot center thanks
The Spot Family Center held its first
: Christmas Community Event Dec. 20 to 24 at
c the Old Crystal River Police Sub-Stat ion. More
than 200 children from 68 families were in
attendance.
/ "We had a blast!" said Brian Cavanaugh, The
Spot Family Center's youth director. "We did a
rendition of Fear Factor and kids stomachs
turned thank God, not towards me!"
The Spot Family Center, with its 162 volun-
teers from churches and other organizations
kicked off this community event with tons of
family fun and food. They not only gave away
hot food every night and free groceries, but
more than 100 raffle prizes. For some, the gifts
and groceries came just in time for the holi-
days. .
On the final night, a donated bicycle was
given away and it blessed a young lady attend-
ing the event The center and its supporting
team gave moms, dads, boys and girls a great
way to kick off Christmas. The center thanks
everyone for helping and looks forward to the
next big event in February. This event is called
"The Spot Family Jam."
Special thanks to the following partners who
assisted in this program: BCI Integrated
Solutions, Calvary Christian Center, Church
Without Walls in Inverness, Citrus County Boys
& Girls Clubs, City of Crystal River,-Crystal
River Church of God, Crystal River Police
Department, Kash n' Karry, Herbert and
Barbara Hampton, McDonald's, Publix, Dianna
Roderick of ERA Suncoast Realty, Home
Depot, Sandpiper Signs, Subway, The
Volunteer Way, Wal-Mart SuperCenter in
Inverness and Winn-Dixie.
Evelyn Vissicchio, program director
"Crystal River

Industry investigation
Thank you, Mr. Abramoff, for getting a lot of
publicity about our elected Congressional peo-
ple's quid-pro-quo dealings with lobbyists.
I think everyone will agree that lawmakers
will frequently disagree with wishes of the peo-
ple in their district whom they were elected to
represent
Now that the ice is broken, how do we go
about getting similar publicity and investiga-
tion of the lobbyists for the oil, gun and drug
industries?
Jack Ritchey
Crystal River

Thanks for kindness
Perhaps you stopped by, sent a card, phone
call, prayed or sent flowers or any others acts
of kindness. All of your thoughts and prayer
were appreciated indeed. On behalf of our
family, we say thank you for blessing and
embracing us during the loss of our loved onre.
On behalf of the Lettie Smith family, we
would like to say thank you, continue to
believe in God, let him be God, have a good
time in all you do. Keep laughing, keep smiling
and keep believing.
Gail Bellamy


S Shopping trips
Enough already! What in the world
on in Citrus County government?
Every day, I read in your paper abo
lems with uncontrolled growth, water
sewer issues, lack of police protection
. -. trash disposal. The common govern
-- response is to raise taxes.
- -- Now, in today's paper, I read that-th
closed down the local game rooms. Th
nesses (which didn't exist one year ag
- property taxes, water and sewer taxes
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gave people a safe place to meet people, have
fun and relax.
So what will you have now? Empty buildings,
generating nothing. People, unemployed, buy-
ing nothing. The local government taking in
less money, but wanting more. And a lot of
lonely people with no place to, go.
Yet, the cruise ships keep sailing just far
enough to gamble and the Seminole Indians
get to keep operating their casinos. They must
have one powerful lobby to filter all the way
down to poor, undeveloped Citrus County.
I live near the Citrus County border For my
part, in protest, since game rooms are no longer
open in Citrus County, there is no reason for me
to drive out of my way to support this county I
will buy'no lottery tickets, no casino trips to
Tampa, and I will shop across the border in
Marion County, where many things are cheaper
anyway, and hope that others will do the same.
Who's the loser now. Citrus County?
Jonathan Waters
H, r narido

Education first
Since when did every employee of the Citrus
County Schools take classes in medical termi-
nology? When did Citrus County Schools
become a medical facility and not a place for
our children to get an education?
Emergency life-sustaining care for students,
more commonly known as "do-not-resuscitate"
is an order that has no place in the school-
atmosphere. The Citrus County School Board
needs to adopt a policy that clearly states that
a DNR order is not appropriate for school staff
to implement The thought that a policy is not
already in place is absurd.
I am a parent to a child in our school system
and a support staff school board employee. As
a parent and an employee, I do not agree with
refusing care to a medically fragile student
Most of the employees are trained in CPR
and are to perform it, if necessary. In the past,
I was a physical education aide and a lunch-
room monitor. Fortunately, I have never had to
perform CPR, but if there is ever a time I have
to perform it, I am not going to take the time to
run to that child's file to see if there is a DNR
in there. I will start CPR immediately. It is an
illogical thought that I could be held liable if I
did CPR on a child that has a DNR in their
records. The school system is here to educate
and to provide a safe environment, not to stand
by and ignore a child that could live or die
according to a piece of paper in a file.
Patty Mitchell
Citrus Springs

Traffic trouble
I read the recent news article about the traf-
fic problem Inverness is debating. This has
been going on for years. Back in the early
1980s, they held a workshop with a room full of
people, and I was privileged to give my presen-
tation on a number of suggestions relating to
the traffic problem.
One problem is the traffic coming from the
north on U.S. 41 heading toward the city, with
their destination being Brooksville, Tampa, etc.
It is directed right on Independence to the left
on State Road 44 and right on County Road 571,
thus avoiding coming through town, and besides,
C.R. 571 is a beautiful road to travel on.
This suggestion hit the nerve of one of our
city council members, who flew out of his chair
in disagreement, only to find out later he
owned at the time the mobile home park on
Independence.
It's like we hear and read about almost daily:
Not in my back yard.
To this day, I still think it is not a bad idea.
After more than 20 years ago, the present city
council may consider it
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Personal skeletons
Ted Kennedy can't help being
a jerk; his brain is pickled. Why
else would anyone with so
many skeletons in his own clos-
et challenge Judge Alito and
his integrity and character
again and again and again?
Time to switch
I've been watching the hear-
ings recently. I am a Democrat,
and the behavior of some of
those senators not all
Democrats, but there are a
couple of them and
(because of) the way that they
act up and all that, as children,
I'm deciding to change to the
Republican Party.
Sister or wife?
I'd like to know about the
person sitting behind Judge
Alito. Is that his sister or is it
his wife? I heard it was his sis-


ter in the beginning, so could
.someone clarify that?
Editor's note: Judge Samuel
Alito's sister Rosemary and his
wife A Martha hi e eeen seated
oltind li4to at different times
during the Senate Judiciary
Committee hearing on Capitol
Hill, sometimes separately,
sometimes together. Rosemary
has long hair, at hile A ladha's hair
is shorter.
Behavior disappoints
I just finished watching the
hearings ior Judge Alto and,
as a person who's voted
Democrat most of my life, I'm
very disappointed at the bitter,
childish, reflexive hypocrisy to
anyone who appears before
them with an "R" in front of :
their name. I'm referring to,
specifically, Sens. Kennedy,
Durbin, Leahy and Feingold. It
Was not a fair hearing on their
questions. There was innuendo


Hot Corner. WAR


No comparison
S-This is in reply to a Sound Off
titled "Going too far" It com-rn -
pares. Roosevelt going too far to
start World War II and Bushl
starting the 1Iraq war. I was in
World War II at 17, got German
prisoner's back to the states
from Gen. Patton in North Africa
to the USA. I ended up in Tokyo
Bay for the surrender. Bush has
been in Baghdad with (more
than) 2,000 men and women
killed. Saddam had nothing to
do with 9/11. Absolutely stupid
to compare World War I1 to this
Iraq skirmish.
Proper armor
How dare Bush send our
lovely men, fathers, mothers,
sisters and brothers into a war
that is not a war without the
proper armor for them?
Freedom costs
In (the) Chronicle, Jan. 12, a
man wrote that as a young boy
during World War II, he doubted
there were some good Germans.
Sir, the truth is that mostly all
Germans were and are good
people. However, they were
afraid to take a public stand
against Hitler and his SS troops,
for fear of their lives. The same
scenario is also true in Iraq.
Most people in Iraq are good
people, but were deathly afraid
to speak against Saddam
Hussein, who tortured and mur-
dered hundreds of thousands of
people he didn't like. Make no
mistake about it; both the
Germans and Iraqi people were
and are extremely thankful that
we freed them from the murder-
ous regimes of Hitler and
Hussein. Freedom is costly.
Please don't tell any Jewish per-
son that the 450,000 Americans


who lost their lives in World War
II to free the German people, or
the 2,300 Americans who, sacri-
ficed their lives to free the'"Iraqi
people, that American lives were
lost in vain. People in both
Germany and Iraq now publicly
express their views without fear-
ing their heads being chopped
off. That's what freedom and lib-;
erty is all about.
Show you care
To those of you who would
like to show support for our
soldiers: Check out the.
Soldiers Angels organization.
Their Web site is soldiersan-
gels.org. I have been a Soldiers

Angel for.the past six months
and I have seen how important
it is for our soldiers to know
that we care about them and
we are supporting them.
Vietnam today
I'd like to correct M.C. Gibbs'
incorrect assessment of the
Vietnam War. I recently saw a TV
segment showing how South
Vietnam is today. I saw modern
buildings, automobiles and
great prosperity. The Vietnamese
people refer to the war as the
American War and the
Americans lost. Our politicians
said we were in Vietnam to save
them from communism. Today,
our politicians say we are in Iraq
to give them democracy.
War weary
I'm calling because I'm tired
of hearing people complain
about the war. President Bush
does not have the draft in effect,
so people have no reason to
complain about.sending our
troops overseas. If our troops
didn't want to be in the Army,
they wouldn't have joined the
Army..And anyone who joins the


* armed forces for a free paycheck
or a college scholarship and is
'not willing to go overseas has
committed fraud against our
government and should be going
to prison and should be lucky
they get a chance to fight for
their freedom,
Bring back troops
Since 9/11 we have not
caught (Osama) bin Laden. He
is under the desert somewhere
and, like James Bond movies, I
think a hole will open up and
an atomic missile will come
out. Get our troops back to us.
Undeclared war
On Jan. 16 there's a call-in
titled "Democrats knew," and
the caller asserts that the
Democrats voted every
Democrat voted to go to war.
This caller is seriously misin-
formed. What was voted upon
was that we go to war after
diplomatic efforts had failed.
President Bush took that vote
and did not even pass go. He
,went straight to war. He tried no
diplomatic efforts. He just said
"Whoopee," and went to war. So,
no, the Democrats did not vote
to go to war. And furthermore, it
is only the Congress that can
declare war. Congress never has
declared war on Iraq.
Counting votes
In a Sound Off on Jan. 16,
titled "Democrats knew," it is
stated that every Democrat
voted to go to war. This 'is
incorrect. Twenty-nine
Democrats votedyes; 21
Democrat senators voted no.
Be that as it may, every yes
vote was either a vote for
treachery or cast in stupidity
for believing Bush:.


to the point where Alito's wife
left the hearing crying. Bravo,,
Democrats.
Long4erm suffering
If (Samuel) Alito gets to be
on the Supreme Court, every-
one with the religious far right.
is going to suffer for the rest of
our lives.. Which means I
being that man is the age he is
- for the next 40 years, the
suffering in this country by the
people who are not the reli-
gious far right, they're going to
suffer like you have never seen
before with laws that are going
to choke us. Wait and see.
Being that I am the age I am,
I'm not going to have to worry
about it. But my children and,
their children and my grahd-
children, they're going to really,
really, really suffer for it. What
is happening to this country? I.
can't believe how it is going
down the tubes.


Waste dumping
Editor's note: The following letter to Col.
Timothy Gallagher, U.,S. Army Corps of
Engineers, Washington, D.C., is published at
thewriter's request .
: Being a former Corps employee qf the
Kansas City and Walla District Offices and
knowing their reputation at the time of my
employment, I am appalled at the current
practices of the Corps with respect to environ-
mental protection. Your environment protec-
tion of our coast lines here in Florida is con-
stantly being eroded by your permitting politi-
cal influences to subordinate the environment
to developers apparently supplying campaign
financing. I wonder how many states the Corps
is carrying on like practices. It is time for the
Corps to firmly serve the public and this
nation!
Now.comes outright water pollution, also
illegal under existing law. Dumping wastes into
lakes and rivers is a bad idea. That's why
Congress passed the Clean Water Act more
than 30 years ago,- to ensure that our waters
Should remain safe and.clean, not open sewers
and waste pits. I therefore urge you to revoke
the permit the Army Corps of Engineers gave
to gold mining company Coeur d'Alene Mines
to dump mine tailings into Lower Slate Lake in
Alaska
By damming Lower Slate Lake and filling it
with 4.5 million tons of waste tailings, this proj-
ect would smother and kill all fish in the lake.
The 500-foot-long dam would have to remain in
place forever if it ever fails, the ta i I i ng
would spill down Slate Creek into Berners Bay,
one of Alaska's most important and productive
ecosystems.
Never before has the Corps permitted a min-
ing company to dispose of its tailings directly
into a lake or other body of water protected by
the Clean Water Act. Allowing this project to go
forward would set a dangerous and potentially
devastating precedent for all of our nation's
lakes, streams, and rivers.
I am asking the Corps to revoke this destruc-
tive, illegal and unprecedented waste-dumping
,permit now, and replace it with a legal permit
that protects clean water and does not allow
the dumping of industrial wastes into Slate
Lake. Thank you for considering my comments.
George Harbin
Homosassa

Comprehensive sieve
There are two very interesting articles in
today's newspaper. First is the one about the
development near the nuclear power plant
Seems that the comprehensive plan has been
broached again! Amazing how easy it is to do
just that
Second is the editorial board's editorial for
the day. This regards the sewers in the coastal
area and the pollution attributed to them. The
article doesn't bring out anything new; it just
says we have to go that way regardless. It men-
tions the use of new septic tanks and that they
would not do the job. No science here, just
opinion. And the editorial says that the com-
prehensive plan will provide the protection we
need!
In the first place, the comprehensive plan
has been broached so many times it looks like
a sieve. And, nowhere in any local written
material have I ever seen composting toilets


mentioned as a possible solution to our sewer
problems. They have been i use for many.
years all over the world and are very effective.
They are being used more so in areas that have
limited Water resources. Limited water
resources sort of defines Florida today looking.
forward. So, why not lets begin using them.
They would cost less than a new septic tank,
far less than an elaborate sewer system -in
those polluted areas. And, they would cost far
less than a septic or sewer system in any devel-
opment. Would only take action by the county
commission and all future construction would
use them.
I hope this provokes some think: "n- by some-
one..
Frank Heath
Floral City

aying for impact.
The Florida legislature has-passed and Gov.
Jeb Bush has signed into law the most signifi-
cant changes in Florida's growth management
laws. While the act makes school concurrency
mandatory, and tightens some financial feasi-
bility standards otr transportation facilities, it,
also mandates that local government adout
"proportionate fair-share mitigation" ordi-
nances through which developers may choose
to satisfy all school and transportation concur-
rency requirements. Notably, the act includes,
the first major funding for infrastructure in
many years, a total of $1.5 bill ion. Bush signed
the bill June 24; it took effect July 1.
The most important amendments shift the
focus of school and transportation concurrency
from facility capacity to "proportionate fair-
share mitigation." Concurrency entered
Florida law in 1985, which provides, in part;
"a local government shall not issue a developer
order or permit which results in a reduction in
the.level of services for the affected public
facility below the level of services provided in
the: comprehensive plan."
The 2005 law mandates that development
permits cannot be denied if the developer pays
its "fair-share contribution" of the cost to miti-
gate development impacts. Transportation con-
currency may be much less of an impediment.
to development in the future, although devel-
opment may be more costly for developers who
must opt to pay the fair-share contribution to
obtain a permit.
The value of the proportionate-share contri-
bution is calculated based on the cumulative
number of trips from the proposed develop-
ment expected to reach roadways during peak
hours from the complete buildout of stage or ,
phase being approved, divided by the change.
in the peak-hour maximum service volume of
roadways resulting from construction of an
improvement necessary to maintain the adopt-
ed level of service, multiplied by the construc-
tion cost, at-the time of developer payment, of
the improvement necessary to maintain the
adopted level of service.
I ask what are the county commissioners
waiting for? There is no need to increase the
gas tax six cents a gallon and let the developer
off the hook.
Why should the voting public have to pay
the extra tax when we are not causing the
impact?
Roland D. LaChance
Lecanto


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Sound OFF


Tax churches
The argument (about) these
-various developments generating
,tax revenues seems, to my
.mind, that all the tax revenues
-are going down the drain due to
,the fact that the churches are
. exempt. It seems to me that
.,these good members should be'
-*more than willing to pay their
..,share of taxes to their communi-
..ty if they are living up to their
virtuous beliefs.. They can afford
* outlandish structures for wor-
-.ship and so forth, but don't pay
taxes. Ludicrous. Maybe if they
,.did their part, we wouldn't have
--to promote so much new devel-
-opment that we don't need.
Albright's remarks
Madeline Albright bragged
'that when she and other former
secretaries of state conferred
with President Bush recently, she
admonished him for concentrat-
ing on Iraq while ignoring other


places, including South America.
She should have kept her mouth
shut. While Bush is confining his
mischief to the Middle East,
South America is making great
strides in opposing CAFTA and
giving its indigenous people and
its women a fair shake.
Short and true
I'd like to (tell) Judy Groner, I
believe her name was, she had
a letter in, short and sweet and
true as true can be.
Pizza bandits
Just read about the armed rob-
berycase today, Jan. 11, in
Beverly Hills, at the Hungry
Howie's pizza place. Supposedly
three 17-year-old Beverly Hills
gang members were arrested.
Now we have gang, members run-
ning around in Beverly Hills? Wow.
This is insane to let this continue.
This should have been on the
front page of the Chronicle. Get
the deputies out in unmarked


cars and put these criminals in
prison regardless of their ages.
Action now. And, oh, by the way,
where are the parents?
Noisy children
Having just returned from a
Sugarmill Residents Meeting at
St. Thomas Church, Homo-
sassa, I would like to point out
to the parents of the many
very small noisy children that
there was no way you could
hear the speakers and you cer-
tainly did not give other resi-
dents the chance to hear either
for the majority of the meeting.
It is applaudable that you
should want to attend,, but it
would be much more appropri-
ate for some parents to babysit
and some to attend. Apart
from the business part of the
meeting, our two speakers,
Gary Bartell and a representa-
tive from Oakhill Hospital must
have found it extremely difficult
to speak.


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ENEMY
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location,
It simply smothers the life out of com-
-peting aquatic plants.
,,; The hows and whys
Nonone professes to knIow how the first
cell orfilament came here. Recent science
has revealed some interesting facts about
it Sunlight and a certain water tempera-
ture is essential -.about the same as that
entering year round into the Kings Bay
and Crystal River from the springs, fed
from the aquifer .
Ninety-nine percent of the waters come
in the bay that way, so what is happening
in the spring shed and water shed is
importantt
,, Certain nutrients are necessary for
'growth: principally iron, phosphorus and
organic arising from plant litter (particu-
larly pine), soil leachate and groundwater
..with a touch of salt
All plant growth requires nitrogen,
which can be fixed from a variety of
sources by lyngbya in its photosynthesis.
Each of the elements is a'stimulus to
growth, but is the more so when they are in
combination with each other.,
Lyngbya grows where so-called human
development has not occurred,- and even
in Florida some waters with lower nitro-
gen concentrations support a vigorous
growth of lyngbya..
Scientific observation of added molyb-
denum (as molybdate) in combination
with chelated iron and phosphorus
,,markedly stimulated growth, as did guano,
"or bird manure, which is high in nitrogen,
but all the more so when they are in com-
bination with each other.
Management techniques
In relation to the various management
techniques, we know about the limitations
of efficiency of grubbing and skimming.
Lyngbya persists and spreads.
Biological methods, setting one bacteria
-against another or even a virus to attack
lyngbya have been considered and reject-
ed because the consequences cannot be
determined in advance.
Electro magnetic emissions were not


SITUATION
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systems. This provides tremen-
dous savings to municipal water
systems and decreases use of our
precious potable water supply.
A tax should be levied on the
sale of all "non recycled nutri-
ent" fertilizers. Revenues gen-
erated are to be specifically
earmarked for water quality
research and solutions. This
will encourage use of recycled
nutrients at both industry and
consumer levels. It places
some of the cost of the damage
caused by overuse of fertilizers
on those who are affecting the
quality of the water.
The above suggestions are
not the end-all to this compli-
,cated problem but they are, at


ously broke down in
ing the hearings and
eave the room. This
ir out of the opposi-
left the Democrats,
y Kennedy and
looking both uncom-
nd confused.
mocrats feel that the
's biggest vulnerabili-
of Iraq involves the
since issue. Senate
in the Judiciary
e will start in several
d the Democrats are
at the chance to take
Al Gore, who has
covered from losing
dency, is going to be
e star witnesses. He
eady gone after
t Bush, trying to get a
prosecutor appointed,
ubtedly hopes that a
impeachment will,
of the hearings.
t know enough of the
loes anyone, to be able
decision on this matter
gal standpoint This is
le the 'beltway" issue.


From some of the polls I've seen,
some people feel he shouldn't
have done it and others feel he
should have done more. I don't
think this will be a major politi-
cal problem for the Republicans
or Bush in the '06 elect ions.
Over all of this sits Iraq.
Negotiations are still going on
to form a government. The
attacks by the terrorists have
not slowed down. The Iraqis
are gradually taking more of
the hot areas from our troops.
It appears that our with-
drawals will continue and
probably accelerate as we
approach the election season.
Iraq, over the nert few years,
could be a shining example of
democracy in the Middle East. or
could be an example of what not
to do. Only time will tell and we
will not know by this November
The best the Republicans can
hope for is that it will be a "wash"
by the election.
The economy continues to go
well and will be even better in
the fall. Iran will continue to be
a problem, I


NORMAN HOPKINS
Special to the Chronicle

Editor's note: COystal River resident
Norman "Bill" Hopkins has been
researching li7ingha and control.meth-
ods for about year It's not a subject that
lends itself to any easy answers in rela-
lion to what has happened in Corstal
River His thoughts on the research
reflect the complexity of the problem.
Many months researching into the sci-
entific literature leaves one a triple con-
tfised.
If it takes so long to grow a single I.n-
gbya cell into a filament and bottom (ben-
thic,i mat, how does it then spread so
fast?
How does a bottom mat rise to become
a surface mat, and w here do they go to in
thlie storms?' Why do mats reappear with
apparent increased vigor and spread
more widely afterward" Surely not by
thile rains washing more nutrients into
the waters from the land.

really effective when tried.
Water Hyacinth, water lettuce
Water hyacinth and water lettuce used
for management certainly take up nutri-
ents, and also oxygen and sunlight, keep-
ing lyngbya from everything that needs it
growing underneath the floating plants.
The question is, will that permanently
deplete the waters of lyngbya and what it
needs to grow and leave us with a usable
environment? I doubt it, and that tech-
nique does not address what is coming
down the pike of the spring shed. Are not
those who have tried hyacinth algae con-
trol now moving away from it?
Barley Straw
A great deal is known about the effect of
barley straw on algae. However, it has
never been tried on lyngbya, and it only
inhibits growth and does not work on sur-
face or benthic algae mats.
The effective agent derived from barley
straw decomposition is hydrogen perox-
ide, which only persists in water for a day
or so. The trick is to produce it at 2 parts


least, a call to action. We can
study and talk forever; let's
start some common sense solu-
tions now and develop more
effective solutions as we go."

The realization that not
much has changed is disap-
pointing. There *are few
changes to the letter I could
make.
There has been ongoing
research in the last five years,
but none that has realized a
change in management or a
positive change in the health of
Kings Bay.
Nutrient loading is still a
major problem, but it is slowly
being accepted that nutrients
alone may not explain the
Lyngbya problem.
Grubbing has been added to'
harvesting and herbicides as
treatments for the bay. -One


, Finally, there are many
issues that the Democrats can
go after Republicans, such as
the national debt, the deficit,'
Medicare' Medicaid, and oil
prices. However, the problem
for the Democrats is their lead-
ership does not represent the
mainstream of the Democrat
Party. They are very good at
saying what they are against
but poor at saying what they
are for.
Finally, in the House re-
apportionment is the key, as
there will be only forty compet-
itive races. Unless the Texas
re-apportionment is over-
turned, the Democrats will
have a hard time retaking the
House, despite all the
Republican problems.

Lou FreyJr. served as a
Florida representative in
Congress from 1969-79 and is a
partner in Louindes. Drosdiclk
Doster, Kantor & Reed. PA,
Orlando. He can be e-mailed
at lou.tr'eyi'lowndes-law com.'


Sea Hares (stylocheilus stratus and
burtacella leachir) eat it but who would
want to endure a plague of them?
Mullet move it about.
The exotic nuisance plants water
hyacinth and sea lettuce would deprive
lyngbya of sunlight essential for its
growtIh and take up excess nutrients -
but then what?
Some assert that nitrogen pollutants
from man's activities cause it, while oth-
ers report it to exist where man had
never been, nor even had developed the
area.
Sea birds are alleged to bring it
attached to their legs, and boats to
spread it as it attaches to hulls and pro-
pellers.
Laboratory work has determined it to
be iron- and phosphorous-dependent
and. surprisingly, stimulated by pine tree
soil leachate.
Applying alcohol has been found to
remove the sheath that protects it, caus-
ing the cells to die.

per million continuously to control algal
growth.
There is a trial ongoing to find out the
effect of hydrogen peroxide on lyngbya
and possibly devise a method for injecting
it into the mats. On current evidence, it
will not kill off the lyngbya and .would
seem overly costly to apply.
Ultrasound
I do not subscribe to the theory of ultra-
sound causing cavitation to explode bub-
bles in algae. I have not seen any sign of
bubbles in the microscopic photos of lyng-
. bya or other algae, but I suppose there
might be.
How ultrasound actually works in our
local waters and on the algae concentra-
tion in it is the purpose of a trial proposed
by the King's Bay Association.

Norman "Bill" Hopkins is a Kings Bay
resident and a Director of the King's Bay
Association who has been researching,
lyngbya for the last year.


study suggests that grubbing is
ineffective for reducing lyng-
bya. No real conclusion, pro or
con, can be made because
there is no untreated area set
aside for evaluation.
Replanting has been tried
but only in very small, non-
aggressive ways. Protecting
small areas of preferred aquat-
ic plants in hopes of encourag-
ing spreading is being consid-
ered but again in a very limited
way
Hyacinths are extremely
controversial because of the
long history of control 'prob-
lems with the exotic. There is
considerable research that
suggest that, properly man-
aged, it may be a practical
treatment.
There are barley straw and
ultra sound treatments for
algae that have been used in


other places. None are sure
things.
All may be worth trying,
using accepted scientific eval-
uation for effectiveness, but
the present plan does not pro-
.vide for such activities.
We have excellent resources.
Large amounts of tax dollars
have and are being spent.
We have many well-quali-
fied and well-intentioned sci-
entists available through many
agencies. We have more sci-
ence available now than five
years ago yet here we are
repeating the call to action.
I am asking again for the
community, our leaders, and
all of the agencies involved to
realize that what is being done
now is not improving the
health of Kings Bay.
Will this letter still be rele-
vant in another five years?


SHADES
Continued from Page; 1C

gives tours; he simply sought to
get comments from a represen-
tative cross-section of those
folks.
Newsroom logic: In addition
to the business, production
and distribution side of the
newspaper business are the
editorial, and advertising
departments. While I think
things are pretty simpatico
here at the Chronicle. histori-
cally news and advertising
people have had razor-w ire
fencing separating them philo-
sophically Because of the rela-
tively small, size of the
Chronicle, news and ad people
can't avoid the reality that nei-
ther is the devil still, we
operate under very different
rules .
Ads are bought and sold and
advertising reps get, commis-
sions. News is not bought and
sold in the same way, and,
should anyone in the editorial
department cross that line
they'll be out of work in a.
heartbeat. That's not to say
staffers can't earn extra cash
freelancing, but they can't take
money or gifts in exchange for
positive news coverage in the
Chronicle. That's totally uineth-
ical.
That's a tough distinction for
many, many people. Capitalism
is the American way. In most
lines of work people are either
buying or selling. I'll be the
first to admit: news people are
weird.
Still, once the line is blurred,
the credibility of any news-
gathering organization is shot
It eats me up when I see these
semi-news shows on TV that
feature certain guests only to
have a commercial come on 5
minutes later touting ,the
guest's new book or movie or
whatever. Clearly, what's pre-
sented as "news content" is
being bought and sold.
At the same time, if I learn
that a merchant-in-bad-stand-
ing owes us $10,000, I'm not
going to encourage a reporter
to include them as a source in
a story. In selecting sources for
stories, credibility is a consid-
eration.
Inevitably, the separation of
news and advertising does
expose newspapers to poten-
tial embarrassment. Once a
photographer friend and I did
'a pretty good photo/text page
on clocks and the significance
of time. The day that spread
ran in the newspaper, the ad
manager asked the publisher
to ask the editor why on earth
we featured a clock dealership
that owed the paper a small
fortune.
My coworker and I didn't
know they owed the newspa-
per money.
On the flip side, had an ad
rep suggested we go to a spe-
cific clock store to do a feature
on clocks and the significance
of time, I'd likely accuse them


Because of the
relatively small
size of the
Chronicle, news
and ad people
can't avoid the
reality that neither

is the devil -
still, we operate
under very
different rules.

of crossing "the line" for self-
serving purposes and politely
suggest that they have 5 sec-
onds to get as far away from me
as possible.
It all gets back to "a repre-
sentative cross-section." Re-
porters have to be careful not
to use too few sources
because it'll appear to be a
case of favoritism. On the
other hand, talking to more
than three or four similar
sources on similar issues can
be unrealistic and, in some
cases, a waste of time. ,
In the case of the manatee
tour operators, I doubt that
those quoted in last Saturday's
story now have a competitive
advantage over the others-.l
sincerely hope not. That'was
not, and never is. the intent.
Still, misperceptions about
how news departmnients oper-
ate coupled with the logical
concern about the well-being
of one's own business can
make for hard feelings. Again,
that was never the intention
and I regret that people were
angered.
On a similar note, a couple
of our editors were surprised
to find that someone had sent
them $20 each for their help in
getting the organization's rou-
tine news items in the paper.
The $40 has been returned.
I had lunch with a local dig-
nitary a couple of weeks ago. I
greatly appreciated his quick
acknowledgement that it would
be a Dutch-treat meal.
Sometimes the intangible ethi-
cal line seems a little extreme,
but when objectivity is thename
of the game, one would be mis-
guided to think small favors
don't add up to big questions.
Sometimes, though, there's
a teeny, tiny window in which
the teeniest, tiniest of ethical
quandaries can be tossed aside
in the newsroom. We will
accept a limited quantity of
doughnuts with the full dis-
claimer that they will be made
available to all who work here
as well as any visitors who
arrive before they're devoured.


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


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Still in service
... In regards to the "Church
becomes bar": It was brought
to my attention the church that
I am youth pastor of has been
the issue of some misguided
information. The church has.
not become a bar. We moved a
few years ago a year-and-a-
half before the bar opened.
Right now, we are renovating a
building in downtown Floral
City. Church services are cur-
rently being held at the Floral
City Elementary (School)
library until our renovations are
complete. Our services start at
10:30 a.m.

Observing drivers
I see in the Chronicle Sunday,
Jan. 8, that you ran that letter
again about the elderly drivers
... Since you ran this letter the
first time, I've been more cog-.
nizant of other drivers. What
I've observed is that every time
a driver pulls onto a major
road without enough road, it's
an elderly driver. When some-
one is moping along in the left-
hand lane clogging up traffic,
it's an elderly driver. In short,
every time I have seen an
unsafe driver on our roads now,
it's been an elderly driver. Just
my observations.

Admitting error
In today's paper, we were
informed that it was the leader-:
ship that taught us to use the
word "gook" in Vietnam, and-to
do war atrocities. We went to
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Tonkin Resolution. That was
Lyndon Johnson as president
and the Democrats' controlled
the House and the Senate by. a
large majority. So that was our
leadership. I never thought I'd
see the day that a liberal would
write in and admit how-poor
the leadership was in the
United States at that time.
Resist changes
One way to ruin.the quality
of life in this county is by
increasing population densities
in the previously planned unit
developments such as
Meadowcrest. Now the develop-
ers and the high-powered attor-
neys are coming back to the
county commission and they
want to increase the .number of
houses and people allowed in a
certain area. This is years after
they were already told exactly
how many houses they' quld .
build. I hope our commission-
ers are listening and they resist
.these changes. More people
and less land creates more
crime, more pollution and a
lower quality of life, not to .
mention more traffic. Hope
you're listening, commission-
ers. Resist thedevelopers and
attorneys. .

Get new group
I see where County
Commissioner (Gary). Bartell is
running again. Remember the
6-cent gas tax-we have to pay.
now and let's get some new
blood in the county commis-
sion. Time to get the old'group
out. "


Grill team
The Democrat Sens. (Patrick)
Leahy, (Edward "Ted") Kennedy,
(Richard) Durbin, (Charles)
Schumer questioning Judge
Samuel Alito is the equivalent
of watching Al Capone, Vito
Genovese, Frank Gotti and Baby
Face Nelson question Elliott
Ness. It shows the Democrats
have no morals or experience
no shame. In the words of the
great American Rush ,
Limbaugh, "They are just a
bunch of far-left whackos."

True to cause

(A letter writer) in the
Chronicle shows us where she
.gets her facts; she admits
everything she writes comes
from the movie ("Winter
Soldier"). I spent three years in
Vietnam and didn't see any
atrocities, but she knows it's
true in the movie because they
interviewed Vietnam veterans. I
guess (the writer) forgot when
John Kerry and his fellow sol-
dier testified in front of
Congress about the atrocities,
only later to find out John
Kerry admits that he'd never
seen any, just heard about it,
and his fellow soldier was never
in Vietnam. I
If (the letter writer) is honest
about her protest against the
war, where was she when we
sent our troops into Bosnia?.
Maybe she can write back and
let us know what threat Bosnia
was to the United States. After
all, our planes dropping bombs


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from that height killed a lot of
civilians, and we still have our
troops there. So if she's an
honest war protester, she'll tell
us that she hated Bosnia and
hated Bill Clinton...
Global warming
... Regarding global warming:
The more we cut trees that
used to absorb the sun's heat,
and the more vwe build homes,
stores, condos.and so forth,
plus paving roads, the more
heat radiates into the atmos- -
phere. Did you ever try to work


on a road or a roof on a hot
summer day barefoot? Now you
see where all the global heat .
comes from, encouraging glob-
al warming.

Many opinions
I'm looking at my paper right
now of course I've only been
here a few years from San
Diego County and there's a
headline that says, "Gag the. -
media." I guess after we
received blah-da-blah about
Virginia, that the press should
check to make sure of what


they're printing ... And then "
you've got a cartoon over here%
about the editorial with the pig
ture on that. And then if you
would look up here at the top -;
or the.right, which is called the"
"Quotation of the day," by
Henry-VWheeler Shaw, "Money .
wi I buy a pretty good dog but...
it won't buy the wag of his. /-
tail." So these out-of-staters
come ,by here ... and every-
body's got their opinion and
they're welcome to it. Citrus
County's all fight, but San
Diego's. better.


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LHS Softball Tounament
United Way Kickoff
Gull Island ThoalatMurder in the
Magnolias
SEPTEMBER
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Playhouse 19-Cyrano
One Night Off Broadway
Community Center Dinner Dance
Srpan.rn Amrnarar, Golf Tourrnam.ernr
Cilru: Jazz Sroiery jam
Hae.-iai lor -umanr,t Cill Tournarr.en
Sav our Waier-, WleK
POW-MIA Awarene,. Run
ir.au-iry Appieciacon Week Awarad
Key Center Joo Fair
Hemando Elementary School Parent
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Industry Apprecialor.r WeeK Bsroecue
*Senior Prom .
Germnn Clue Oklobaneo-
Cr.ri.-tmna: ir. Sepirnrber
Art.A t Cran, Srno
Snerai s Saiei /Expo
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Columbus Day Mem';orial Serv.ie
Mu.ci on Ine Square
Parade eo Hormei
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Baeer' Mi-lli LiCn Cr.CKan Bamecue
Playnouie 19-1i Was A Dark And
Sto'rmy Nigni
Scaracrcv, Fepsal
Greater Gas Gri Tounameni
Heallry L.Lng Fa.r
Day ,, Caring
MaKe A Ditlrenrce Day
Sertoma Turkey Shoot
Father Willie Golf Tournament
Continuity of Care Wine Auction
Old Time Rock 'n Roll
Heritage Festival & Cattle Drive
Knight of Columbui Cr af Fair
GreeK Feiilv.al
Greal American Cooler Fe-'
Inverness Sertorma Giol For Kid:
Haiunrle- Tram R.nae
Tail 0or Ciru.
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Playhouse 19-.1 War. A DarK Ana
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Wne Tazing Recn;ptor,
PreivuMi. HOilay Icelae-
VmlerannS Fair
Lon Cnr..nlmas on min Square
Briaca VeTeran" Walk-A-Tron
Beverly Hillls Lons Cran Fair
La-le0 l Trie Elka Cran Show
Rolary Blood Screenlng
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Homoa' I;a Book Sale
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BH Hollay Parade
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Sugarmill Crnorale Concert
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Citrus County Chamber of Commerce president Kevin Cunningham recently took over the reins leading the chamber and its members. He believes becoming a
member of the chamber provides business owners an array of opportunities to better themselves and their businesses.


New Citrus County Chamber of


MANC' : ENNEDY
nkennedy@chronicleonline.com
Chronictle
0otu don't have to be tough; you
lust have to be clear. *
That's the road map Kevin
Cunningham uses in his business and
personal life, and the road map he
brings with him as the new Citrus
County Chamber of Commerce presi-
dent
The 47-year-old is owner and presi-
dent of RE/MAX Realty One. He lives
in Hernando with his wife, Karen.
The couple has three teenage chil-
dren: Courtney. Brogan and Katelyn.
Years ago. Cunningham went into
the automotive business in Indiana


Commerce president sees values as road map to success


to be clear on your mnission,your goals en masse," he said.
and yourvalues. And ifyou use that as "In a small community like this,
a road map, then when decisions there's a limited amount of
need to be made resources," he
values for the said. "But with a
chamber and for As strengths, local chamber, we
members, for can come together
example I can Kevin brings to the and work together
see those values for the community
that l would like to chamber his energy, as a whole, and it
have and I think I gives individuals
can initiate them and he's focused more opportuni-
in the year I'm ties."
(president)." and has a lot of Originally from
He said one of Naples, Cunning-
the newest values passion. ham moved to
of the chamber is a Indiana with his
health plan for James Holder wife,. and then
members, which is 2005 chamber president. came to Citrus


He is also founding vice chairman
of Citrus 20,20 and a graduate of
Leadership Citrus class of 1994.
Cunningham credits being ipart of
the Citrus County Chamber of
Commerce as the catalyst for much of
his success.
"It's the people you meet," he said.
"You make contacts, and the ones I
made through the chamber that led
me into the real estate business -we
have over 80 agents, four offices and
do over $340 million in sales a year.
So, being a part of the chamber led
me from a small insurance office to
here."
He said the chamber mixers, lunch-
eons and breakfasts are valuable to
members, not just for doing business,
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IN THE
WORKFORCE


Funds

help

citizen

soldiers
he One Stop Work-
force Connection is
funded by and a pro-
gram of CLM Workfoice
Connection and a member of
the Employ Florida net-
work, which includes nearly
100 One Stop centers
throughout the state. The
Employ Florida network
also includes Workforce
Florida and the Agency tor
Workforce Innovation.
The Employ Florida net-
work and its members strive
to assist Florida businesses
and citizens by offering a
wide variety of employment
and training services.
Among these services is pro-
vided through the Citizen
Soldier Program.
Last. week, Susan Par'eigis,
director of the Florida
Agency for Workforce In-
novation, emphasized con-
tinued availability of the
Citizen Soldier Program
through June 2006.
Federal law requires that
employers retain the same
or similar jobs. pay and ben-
efits waiting for employees
who are awa. on military
dut.
The Citizen Soldier
Program provides matching
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witn nis father-in-law, wno owned .an incentive tor County 15 year but tor giving and receiving "been
three dealerships. business owners to join. ago. He was in the insurance business there, done that" advice from others.
"1 remember questioning him I "If you're a business owner with then and joined the Nature Coast "It's important for members to min-
didn't think I was tough enough to be three employees, you can't afford to Chamber of Commerce. gle, to sit at tables with people that m I
a car dealer," he said. "He would say, provide a health plan, but with the He became active in the communi- they don't know and to get to know
'You don't have to be tough; you just chamber, it's like having a (nearly) ty and served as a Citrus County
have to be clear.' I always use that 1,000-employee business. It's values School Board member. Please see CLARITY/Page 6D r




Alliance learns about podcasting, eBay o

JIM HUNTER and business sectors in the community downloads .from the Internet that The business, marketing and other


jhunter@chronicleonline.com
Chronicle


The Citrus Information Technology
Alliance got two insights at its latest
meeting at Central Florida Community
College: one into what's called "pod-
casting" and the other into eBay.
The alliance; a committee of the
Citrus County Economic Development
Council, is a group of representatives
from various workforce, educational


that use and provide information tech-
nology.
In the most recent meeting, Mark
Brunette explained how podcasting is a
combination of iPod and broadcast
technologies. The iPod is the small
audio player/recorder that stores audio
signals in a compressed digital form,
allowing for very large amounts of
music, for example, to be carried in
memory and replayed.
Podcasting originated with iPod


allowed one, for example, to take music
or audio programs or technical infor-
. mation via the iPod after downloading.
Or, it could be a training, program,
newscast or computer technical infor-
mation.
It soon began to be used for various
forms of marketing, Brunette said, and
has now begun to include full-blown
video, as well as audio, which can be
viewed in just about any type of media
player.


applications are still being expanded,
he sa id, and are part of the move to total
digital multi-media integration on the
Internet. That will have far-reaching
effects, he said, from business to home
entertainment. "The Internet will
replace a lot of traditional media out-
lets," he said.
One limitation, he warned, is using a
dial-up to download from the Internet,
Please see Ai.LIA,'CE/Page 6D


Business DIGEST


Public relations group
will host breakfast
Florida Public Relations
Association will host a Member &
Bosses Breakfast on the Nature
Coast on Wednesday at Plantation
Inn & Golf Resort, Crystal River.
Registration is at 7:30 a.m.
The 8 a.m. program will feature
Tom Preston, president of Preston
Global, who will talk about "Senior
Leadership's Most Important Role
During Crises and Emergencies."
His points will include:
How many crises and emer-
gencies have been worsened by
good intentions?


Stacy L. Dickson Jr. was recently
appointed chairman of the Florida
Department of Law Enforcement's
Criminal Justice Standards and
Training Commission.
Dickson has served on the 19-
member commission that estab-
lishes standards for the employ-
ment and training of law enforce-
ment, correctional and correctional
probation officers since August,
2000.
He is the first community college
training center director to serve as
chairman. Dickson is also a mem-
ber of the Criminal Justice
.Educators Association and the
Criminal Justice Training Center


Directors' Association.
ABWA invite
new members
Attention business women'
everywhere: Would you like a
chance to network, and enhance
your business skills? You can do
this and more by joining Citrus
County's Manatee Chapter of the
American Business Women's
Association.
To see what we're all about,
come join us for dinner at our next
monthly meeting on Feb. 13 at
American Legion Post 155, 6585
W. Gulf-to-Lake Highway in Crystal
River. Social time begins at 5:30


p.m., followed by dinner at 6 and
the business meeting begins at 7.
For information, call Diane
Elswick at 563-2933.
Personal Mini Storage
adds U-Haul rentals
Marc Smith, owner of Personal
Mini Storage, 11955 N. Florida
Ave., recently added U-Haul truck
and trailer rentals to the services
currently available.
Smith chose to make U-Haul
rentals part of the business
because of the international com-
pany's well-established name and
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Become more aware of the
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MOST ACTIVE (S1 OR MORE)
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Lucent 2150425 2.55 -.10
Pfizer 1732011 24.71 +.04
GenElec 1532334 33.37 -1.73
Motorola 1275985 22.48 -1.55

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active on the Nasdaq National Market and 50 most active on the American Stock
Exchange. Mutual funds are 800 largest.
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Div: Current annual dividend rate paid on stock.
PE. Price to earnings ratio.
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12 months.
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companyI Marpaplpace g Dividends and earn.ngs an Canad.an dollar. In temporary ejmpi 1om Nasdaq
capital and surpius hi.T;ng qualificalon n Stock was a na rsue in itre last year Tnie 5?-CeeK nigh ar.d low
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recoi drvidend arnnounrerena p inrifal diidena, annual ralre no l known, yVsid nolr oeorn r DOacirea r
paid in preceding 12 monrtn plut alocK dividend I Paid in lack approximale casn valuA on ea-.diiir.ulhor
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101 13 39 2.64 .18 +2.8
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15 'i 1 8 .5 62 +39 +3.9
I 96 11 4) 4'. 69 -323 -5.9
27 O 10 25 72 02 +7.3
40 2l 2 ;'8 -63 +3.8
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i 34 ) 3 2 '6 .107 +2.9
60 21 12 4883 -210 -.5
10 8 i X0 -65 +2.3
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200 100 2005 -32 +3.2
60 16 I 410 17 -1 74 -.8
40 16 18 21'6 -103-12.8
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331 38
6 902 I5
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170 (13
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A-B-C
11.22 5.42 ABBLtd ...... 18 10.69 -.23
8.45 7.89 ACMInco .66 q ... 8.33 +.01
18.13 12.98 AESCorp ...' 25 17 17.64 +1.11
49.65 35.50 AFLAC .44 16 16.47.17 -1.55
39.32 32.23 AGLRes 1.48f 16 14 35.63 -.06
38.15 26.76 AMLIRs 1.92 15 ... 37.80 +.17
23.53 7.83 AMR ... dd 23 18.76 -1.56
63.54 33.26 ASA Ltd .90e q ... 62.80 +.55
25.60 21.75 AT&TlncI.331 21 14 24.71 -.28
26.30 24.98 AT&T20411.75 ...... 25.24 +.04
34.70 23.35 AXA ,79e ...... 31.47 -1.31
50.00 37.50 AblLab 1.10 19 15 40.35 -.84,
31.36 21.00 Accenture.30p 19 19 31.19 +.98
13.41 12.46 AdamsEx .86e q ... 12.76 -.15
25.62 19.20 Adesa .30 18 16 24,88 -.32
38.40 14.08 AMD .. 89 34 35.70 +1.57
62.20 45.81 AffCmpS .. 17 15 55.96 -4.36
9.30 6.72 Ahold .......... 7.72 -.19
16.85 7.40 AirTran ... cc 18 13.82 -1.17
26.51 19.26 Albertsn .76 19 20 24.11 +1.52
32.29 22.28 Alcoa .60 20 15 28.80 -.15
51.70 39.30 Ailete 1.26 cc 18 45.14 +27
63.95 41.06 AlliCap 2.80e 21 17 60.00 -1.30
12.86 11.31 AIlWdid2 .89 q ... 12.80 -.03
31.95 9.39. Alpharma .18 dd 24 31.46 +.62
78.68 61.34 Altria 3.20 15 14 74.84 -1.60
33.00 24.30 Amdocs ...23 18 31.98 .+1.38
56.77 47.51 Ameren 2.54 16 16 51.95 +.92
33.64 16.05 AMovilLs .63i ... 20 32.05 -1.25
40.80 32.25 AEP 1.481 13 14 37.37 +.19
54.00 43.34 AmExp .48b 17 17 51.40 -2.04
73.80 49.91 AmlntGplI .60 16 12 66:71, -3.34
12.21 9.95 AmSIP3 .78 q ... 10.91 -.02
35.00 27,10 Ametigas2.24 36 16 29.92. -.03
28.29 23.85 AmSouth 1.04 13 13 26.94 +.18
41.40 31.71 AnalogDev.24 35 22 37.77 -1.25
50.10 40.15 Anheusr 1.08 16 17 41.32 -1.33
29.22 17.49 AquaAmrS .431 39 33 27.95 -.37
4.24 2.90 Aquila .. dd ... 3.61 -.12
87.48 33.84 ArchCoal .32 cc 20 85.93 +.80
28.20 17.55 ArchDaon .34 19 16 27.52 +.33
67.61 50.45 Ashlandnl.10 32 19 63.53 -1.15
10.08 8.52 AsdEstat .68 79 21 10.30 +.47
29.97 25.00 ATMOS 1.26f. 1 114 26.45 -.16
16.80 7.76 Avaya ... 6 18 11.39 -.24
36.98 21:.04 A/all ... 20 16 30.86 +.11
45.66 24.33 Avon .66 14 184 28.66 +.34
37.46 23.46 BHPBillL.56e 36.58 +.74
41.05 22.10 BJScss .20 30 19 41.27 +2.52
72.66 57.22 BPPLC 2.09e 12 .., 70.18 +.46
24.75 20.70 BRT 2.081 12 .. 24.12 -.07
72.67 41.75 BakrHu .52f 31 22 73.91. +5.51
46.45 35.06 BallCp .40 17 13 40.43 -.59
47.44 41.13 BkofAm- 2.00 11 10 44.19 -1.61,
33:79 26.93 BkNY" .84 16 14 31.47 -1.86
52.50 39.25 Banta .72 14 15 49.17 -.83
30.46 21.07 BardrickG .22 43 31 30.00 +.23
87.89 64.35 BauschLf .52 26 17 71.20 -.70
28.29 24.32 BellSouth 1.16 12 13 26.58 -.85
53.17 31.93 8estBuys .32 23 20 48.81 +.95
44.63 29.19 BIkHICp 1.28 46 16 35.95 +.33
16.00 14.97 BIkFLO8 .75a q ... 15.40 +.10
6.94 6.00 BlueChp .57e q 6.29 -.04
:- ) 49.52 Boeing 1.20f 23 20 66.50 -2.98
:7. 18.65 Borders .40f 1714 23.66 -.78
27.27 19.85 BoslBeer ... 24 24 226.11 -.33
80.95 56.66 BostProp2.72a 25 39 76.29 -.62
35.26 0 B.:.:...,,i 1. 35 13-.23.59 -1.61
.:76. 7,.8MC:,y 1.72 16 18 22,33. -.09
1-i8 1.;16 Cappi B1'.80 19 15- 70.42 +1.89
91.19 42.53 BuriRsc'-.40 .16' 11 91.10 +2.76
30:00 24.74 CBS Bn ...... 14 24.98 -.50
50.23 42.07 CHEngy 2P16 18 18 46.40 +.37"
119.82 78.60 CIGNA ,10 8 '14 112.02 -2.37
37.74 29.65 CSSlInds .48 15 10 30.07 -.28
31.60 22.52 CVSCps .151 23,17 27.13 +,42
15.95 10.60 CallGolf .28 cc 15 14.50 -.270
31.60 27.35 CampSp -.72 16 17 30.40 -.03
13.80 11.68 CapMpfB1.26 ..... 12.67 +.20
58.98 45.78 Carnival .80 20 17 53.55 -2.35
63.15 -41.31 Caterpils 1.00 17 13 60.78 -1.30
23.20 16.40 Cendant .44 i'. 12 16.48 -.51
15.13 10.75 CenterPnL24ri li .13 13.20 +.20
89.50 78.00 CnlLtpf 4.50 ... .. 84.50 +1.70


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+10 15.55 8.33 ChmpE ... 39 14
+10.0 26.87 15.14 Checkpnt .01 18 18
+0.6' 40.20 168,35 ChesEng' .20 18 10
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+2.3 35.98 26.87 CmcBNJs.48f1 20 17.
+8.0 30.24 19.99 ConAgra 1.09 14 15
+1.7 71.48 43.46 ConocPhilsl.24 7 7
+1.9 49.29 41:10 ConEd 2.28 18 15
+16.7 22.27 8.50 CIAirB. ... dd 12
4.4 .17.90 12.57 Cnvrgys ... 19 14
42.5 25.76 10:61 Corning ... 46 23
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unc +18.2
-.16 +2.2
-1.41 +4.8
-1.32 -0.5
+.96 +19.4
-1.28 -0.8
-.74 -2.0
-.04 +5.1
-.05 +2.8
-.87 +19.6
+1.02 +42.3
+.06 +9.6
+1.06 +24.7
-.24 +20.0
+.36 +27.5
+.29 -0.5
-.09 +2.5
-.01 -0.2
-.43 -0.6
+.39 +3.9
-.40 +7.0
-.65 -9.2
+.63 +3.8
-.94 +11.4
-4.71 -25.7
-.73 +5.8
-.62 -2.5
+.38 +8.7
+.05 +17.8
+.13 +21.4


20.25 16.83 Cisco ... 22 16 18.51
34.67 20.70 CitrixSy .. 34 24 31.69
36.59, 15.21 CleanH ... 20 15 27.96
52.65 35.57 CogTech .. 52 35 49.96
22.97 10.75 CIdwtrCrs .. 72 30 20.20
11.20 6.22 Comarco ..... ... 10.76
34.50 25.35 Comcast .. 46 28 27.76
34.16 25.09 Comcsp ... 45 25 27.74
9.99 5.51 Compuwre ... 28 19 8.26
28.47 21.17 Comvers .. 46 31 26.00
2.49 1.46 ConcC ... dd 50 231
3.47 .95 Conexant .. dd. 33 3.23
32.61 21.72 Conmed ... 19 1.4 23.13
51.21 39.48 Costcoa .46 23 20 49.69
4.08 .85 Crayinc ... dd .. 2.12
11.27 5.76 CredSys ...... 24 86.30
30.99 20.68 Creenc ... 2 24 26.79
15.75 2.71 Cytogen ... dd ... 2.90
D-E-F
3.05 1.14 Danka ... dd ... 1.59
41.99 28.62 DellInc ... 23 16 29.96
16.23 13.51 DiscHIdAn ...... 52 15.32
10.70 2.58 DIsEnSy .. dd .. 10.05
8.47 1.53 DobsonCm ... dd ... 667
29.04 20.56 DlrTree ... 15 13 24.31
53.89 30.78 eBay ...a 58 42 44.97.
26.59 12.01 EZEM ... 27 ... 20.16
33.39 24.44 EchoStar ... 9 13 27.93
11,81 7.42 EduDv. .201 14 ... 8200
25.90 16.25 EectSci' ... cc 26 24.99
4.77 2.55 EIctrgIs ... dd ... 3.81
71.16 47.45 EleclArts ... 47 40 54.92
11.70 6.61 Emdeon .. 50 12 8.97
33.07 19.02 EndoPhrmnn 24 16 28.09,
57.12 16.25 EngyConv 34 54.45
37.19 27.78 ErIcsnTI .36e ... 33,82
14.05 4.50 EvrgrSr ... dd ... 13.39
4.97 1.34 ExacSci ... dd4 3,06
27.50 18.49 Expedan ...... 19 25.35
90.80 36.54 ExpScdipts .. 35 27 86.10
6.85' 4.02 ExtNetw .. 5022 5.02
64.82 35.34 F5Netw ... 43 30 61.59
42.14 25,54 Fastenal A.40f 36 27 38.37
48.12 35.04 FifthThIrd 1.52 1 13 36.66
2.65 .79 Finisar .. dd 40 2.40
15.16 12.05 FslNiagara 1614 143.83
29.06 24.12 FslMert 1.12 16 14 25.01
46.89 36.33 Fiserv ... 18 17 43.56
14.44 8.97 Flelm ... 27 -12 10.57
14.95, 7.95 Foundry ... 39 28 14.46
G-H-I
6.12 2.24, Gemstar ...31 33 3:06
27.69 11.96 GenasMcr ... 56 17 17.50
2.35 .75 Gerlla 7 2.04
21.00 15.38 Gentexs .36 32 23 19.60
77.82 55.15 Genzyme ... cc 25 70.13
4.90 1.28 GIgaMed ... 29 4.72
59.75 30.39 GileadSci .. 42 28 57.56
47561172.57 Google ... 89 44 399.46
33.06288.14 HMNFn .96 12 11 30.20
104.79 18.03 Hansens ... 45 26 95.50
39.94 32.05 HarbrFL 1.101' 18 16 36.24
12.40 4.08 ,.:..c ... dd 33 4.81
42.36 13.20 LaI"yIr i ... 68 65 42.25
6.56 1.65 HomeStre dd 40 6.22
12.61 10.09 HudsCitys.301 26 20 12.19-
15.50 7.63 HumGen ... dd ... 11.05
25.03 17.36 HunItBs .24 .19 15 22.06
25.,41 20.97 HuntlBnk 1,001 13, 12 22.71
43.00 23.78 .HuchT .17 .17 27.79
37.17 24.85 HyperSols a.. 31 22 34.47
30.82 23.25 IAC Intera 14 19 28.60
30.66 20.02 ICOS ... dd ... 2.66
4.96 1.57 IPIXCp .. dd ... 2.16
7.99 4.30 Identix ... dd ... 7.70
46.00 28.26 Imclone ... 43 20 34.93
13.62 6.99 Informal ... dd 29 13.21
3.35 .79 Insmed .. dd ... 2.73
14.62 9.04 IntgDv .. dd 19 13.98
28.84 21.89 Intel .40 16 .16 21.76
60.59 43.60 IntlSpdw .06 12 15 48.89
26.95 13.69 Intersil .201 50 24 25.54
55.94 37.24 Intuit ... 26 20 51.56


YTD
Last chg %chg


3.43 .99 IvanhoeEn ... dd ... 2.61 +1.09 +146.2
J-K-L
3.11 1.32 JDSUniph ... dd 67 2.91 -.05 +23.3
16.85 11.34 JetBlues ... 94 ,81 13.23 -.36 -14.0
47.74 17.77 JoyGlbis .30f ... 21 45.11 -1.31 +12.8
27.65 19.65 JnprNtw ... 41 23 21.61 -.31 -3.1
55.00 37.39 KLATnc .48 24 23 51.62 -.40 +4.6
10.90 7.28 KnghtCap ... 17 18 10.61 +.87 +7.3
44.66 17.31 Komag ... 14 11 42.51 +1.30 +22.6
56.12 36.90 Kronos ..23 20 37.14 -.78 -11.3
10.60 4.94 Kulicke ... dd 13 9:34 -.04 +5.7
20.88 8.25 LKQCpas .. 31 25 19.00 -.40 +9.8
19.94 9.84 LSIInds .48f 18 16 13.22 -2.92 -15.6
44.00 24.24 LamRsch :... 24 23 42.02 +3.73 +17.8
43.67 20.52 Lasrscp 26 28 25.34 -.67 +12.8
3.93 1.55 Leve3 ... dd ... 3.41 +.06 +18.8
9.63 2.56 LexarMd ... dd 25 8.08 -.67 -1.6
27.35 20.95 UbGobAs ... ..... 21.73 -.29 -3.4
26.38 20.01 LibGlobCn ....' 20.43 +-.38 -3.6
25.57 8.20 Ufecell .54 33 20.39 -1.40 .+7.1
51.54 28.57 LifePIH ... 19 .12 31.05 +72 -17,2
41.67 32.83 LinearTch .601 28 23 37.74 -1.51 +4.6
19.75 11.77 LodgEnI .. dd ... 13.31 -.77 -4.5
51.41 27,33 Logitch .. 25' 22 42.55 -7.70 -9.0
7.75 2.75 Lookmthrs d.. d ... 4.22 -.07 +12,2
M-N-0.
27.70 15.73 MGIPhr ... 35 59 16.02 -.28 -6.6
42.90 26.13 MiS .40 20 18 35.84 +.31 +3.6
6.57 2.05 Mamma .. dd .. 2.85 +.05 +15.9
67.39 31.07 MarvnrT ... 68 35 62.41 -2.05 +11.3
45.91 33.28 Maxim .501 26 21 38.88 -1.39 +7,3
15.94 7.41 MaxwIlT .. dd 13.53 -.24 -4.5
5.57 2.99 McDataA .., dd 11 3.88 -.01 +2.1
37.58 23.20 Medlmun cc 63 32.97 -1.14. -5.9
16.07 6.65 Medarex ... d ... 13.79 -.09 -0.4
23.33 16.30 MdAct ... 22 18 22.80 +.91 +11.5
36.15 24.20 Microchp .761 29 25 34.98 +.95 '+8.8
10.01 3.97 Mcromse ... ,. 30 .9.94 +'.02 +0.5
28.25 23.82 Microsoft .36f 22 18 26.41 -78 +1.0
11.19 7.63 MilPhar ... dd .. 10.00 -.07' +3.1
37.50 15.60 MIllcomlnt ... dd 37 38.90 +9.36 +44.9
3.09 1.14 Mindspeed ... dd .. 2.70, -.27 +14.9
8.85 4.07 Misonix ... dd .. 4.44 +.09 +2.3
29.36 23,75 Molex .20 36 22 30.10 +2.97 +16.0
45.22 22.44 MnslrWw .. 53 32 41.42 -2.05 +1,5
16.00 3.06 NABIBito .... dd .. 4.07 +.49 +20.4
15.86 4.15 NWASRs ... cc 39 11.65 +.22 +11.1
70.79 55.52 NTLInc ... 6 ... 65.91 -1.09 -3.2
6.15 2.50 Nanogen ... ... 2.87 +:12 +10.0
43.31 34.35 Nasd100Tr.14e q .. 41.25 -1.73 +2.1
16.65 9.11 Nastech ... dd .. 14.40 -.60 -2.2
13.40 9.75 NalAtlHn ... 7 11.61 +.68 +6.0
21.52 13.32 NeklarTh ... dd ... 19.25 -.75 +17.0
3,08 1.37 Nel2Phn ... dd ... 2.04 unc unc
30.25 8.91 Nelix ... cc 28 23.47 -2.09 -13.3
34.98 22.50 NetwkAp ...47 33 31.14 -.98 +15.3
28.17 19.61 NextlPrt ... 14 25 7.98 +.04 +0.1
35.50 19.50 NobltyH ... 18 15 26.80 -.06 -0.8
55.00 41,60 NorTrst .84 19 17 49.42 -3.03 4.6
6.01 .70 Novavax ... dd 4.13 -.40 +7.3
9.27 4.94 Novell .. 10 40 8.83 -.11 unc
30.77 20.83 Novlus .. 31 26 27.47 +1.65 +13.9
10.97 5.58 NuHoz ... 57 17 9.07 -.06 -10.2
8.49 3.42 NuanceCm ...... 23 7.83 -.08 +2.6
45.66 20.46 Nvidia ... 31 21 43.81 +1.30 +19.8
68.62'20.81 OSI Phrm ... dd .. 28.80 +1.73 +2.7
12.31 5.88 OccuLogIx ... dd ... 12.44 +1.17 +72.8
24.45 11.74 OmnVsn .... 18 14 22.83 -.56 +14.4
12.20 3.99 OnAssilgn .. dd 43 10.80 +.02 -1.0
7.28 2.88 OnSmcnd ... dd 14 6.88 -.06 +24.4
7.55 3,90 Opsware ... ... 6.84 -.24 +0.7
14.51 11.25 Oracle 22 14 12.29 -.22 +0.7
48.61 .35.30 Odhlx 10 17 41.49 .-.14 +4.0
31.95 24.02 OlterTail 1.12 13 16 29.76 +.49 +2.7
P-Q-R
11.25 6.20 PMCSra .. 78 24 9.37 -.18 +21.5
29.05 20.33 PacSunwr ... 15 12 22.81 -.77 -8.5
37.18 20.75 PalmInc ... 6 18 33.20 -1.99 +4.4
20.75 12.31 PanASIy .. 80 95 19.14 -.74 +1.6
7.30 4.73 ParmTo .. 22 15 6.74 +.16 +10.5
38.00 18.45 PastUTI ,16 23 11 37.47 +1.29 +13,7
43.37 28.60 Paychesx .64 34 28 37.40 +.45 -1.9


52-Wk
HI Low Name Div PE PPE Last


45.27 22.24 PetDev ......... 39.68 -4 :7 +19.0
32.52 8.63 Ph'azar .. 28 ... 19.24 +3.15 +73.6
60.00 40.80 Pixars ... 40 50 58.46 +2.31 +10.9
31.95 15.59 PortlPlay ... 19 17 29.99 -1.16 +5.9
13,92 6.64 Powrwav ... dd 17, 12.73 -.46 +1.3
13.74 7.05 Prestek ... cc 19 10.26 +.09 +13.5
30.83 15.09 ProgPh ...,dd ... 27,89 -1.51 +11.5
43.66 28.20 Qlogic ... 11 24 38.03 +2.08 +17.08
49.45 32.08 Qualcom .36 37 29 46.96 -1.68 +9.0
7.06' 3.77 RFMicO ... dd 24. 6.20 -.12 +14.6
36.15 10.22 Ramus ... cc ... 34.04 -.21 +110.3
18.29 10.10 Randgold ... 22 ... 17.55 -.06 +9.8
9.08 4.65 RealNwk ... cc 9 8.13 4 -.22 +4.8
31.05 10,37 RedHat ... 84 68 28.59 -.25 +4.9
14.07 11,38 RepBcp .44b 13 1 12.08 -.13 +1.5
84.55 51.00 RschMotn ... 36 20 66.62 -2.69 +0.9
31.37 22.34 RossStrs ;24f 24 17 29.06 -1.44 +0.6
S-T-U
45.73 12.38 SFBCIntl ...12 11 19.20 +1.30 +19.9
79,80 20,25 SanDisk ... 40 28 68.39 -4.44 +8.9
7.42 3.45 Sanmina dd 12 4.51 -.23' +5.9
16.25 9.65 Schwab .10f 2619 19 14.49 -.73 -1.2
4. ,1A4H4i SarsHdgs ... 28' 16'120.76 -232 +4.5,
'. 15 6 ai. Selctln .881 1 12 55.44 +.25 +4.4
21.06 13.89 Semtech ., 32 22 17.80 -.71 -2.5
66.55 48.58 Sepracor dd 36 50.65 -1,62 -1.8
42,24 14.80 Shanda ....... 13 15.89 -1.28 +4.3
46,37 30.28 Shire 7e... 30 47,44 +400 +22.3
10.65" 8,10 SlebelSys .10 cc 38 10,60 -.02 +0.3
12.35 3.81 SIfy 7 .. 5. 76 9.15 -1.78 -15.0
6.13 2:62 SST '. dd 27 4.84 -.73 -4.5
7.88 3.07 Slcnware .12r. 10 6,.69 -.13 -3.6
34.25 20.18 Sna ... 27 20 22.24 -.20 -7,9
7.98 4.36 SIousS ... dd ...' 6.30 +.02 -6.0
8.50 4.64 SkywksSol ... 35 17 5,53 +.08 +8.6
17.41 9.06 SmurfStna .. dd 46 13.25 -.40 -6.5
6.43 3.18 Sonus .. 95 33 4.77 -.12 +28.2
18.39 13.00 SouMoB 6 c .3 'cc 14.768 -.18 +0.4'
14.48 11.71 SpanslonAn.. dd 13.08 -.20 -6.1'
24..14 18.64 Staplass .17 21 18 22.01 -:43 -3.1
32.46 22.29 Slarbuckss 50 42 30.31 -.98 +1.0
15.08 5.57 Slereotaxs ... dd 14.49 +2.48 +68.3
5.00 3.42 SunMicr .l.. cc ... 4.48 -.23 +6.9
47.62 13.07 Suprex ... 39 20 31.49 -12.35 -28.8
27.30 20 usqBnec .96f1 1 14 24.36 -.18 +2.9
5.05 3.18 Sycamore ... dd 36 4.77 +.24 +10.4
25.30 16.32 Symantec .. 42 16 18.61 -.84 +6.3
12.00 6.56 Symetric 28 19 8.79 +.08 +3.8
41.19 15.03 Synaptics ... 22 27 .5.26 4:43 +2.?
,11.86 7.58 Synovis ... ... 10.10 +.05 +0.7
29.60 16,92 TakeTwos ...... 23 18.54 +13 +4.7
20.37 5.31 TASER .. 91 57 8.18 -.38 +17.,5
43.56 33.04 TechData 43 15 40.29 -.62 +1.7
1.68 .50 Tegal ... dd ... 59 -.02 +3.5
23.95 15.81 Tewesl ...... 23 23.61 +.02 -0.9
11.98 6.56 Tellabs .. dd 19 10.91 -.33 +0.1
4.10 1.63 Terayon ... 11 13 2.08 +.17 -10.0
45.91 26.78 TevaPhrm.27e 26 .. 42.45 -.95 -1.3
4.74 2,96 3Com ... dd ... 4.49 +.32 +24.7
12.07 5.60 TibcoSit .. 28 24 7.48 -.14' +0.1
7.75 3.45 TVen ... Inc dd .. 5.60 +.24 +9.4
16.85 5.66 TrdeSatn ...40 25 15.91 +.42 +8,5,
23.10 7.51 TdMics ...... 31 21.60 -.85 +20.0
44.55 26.64 TrmbleN ... 26 21 35.74 -1.08 +0,7
13.66 10.73 TrstNY .641 16 15 12.46 -.37 +0.3
30.80 24.00 Trastmk .841 18 13 28.07 -.33 +2.2
9.80 2.76 24/7RealM ... dd 28 9.46 +.50 +28.9
17.50 5.19 UTSrcm ... dd .. 7.51 -.26 -6.8
8.07 2.64 US Enr ... dd 5.54 +.10 +26.5
61.69 37.03 UnivFor .111 17 14 54.38 -2.03 -1.6
33.77 18.93 UrbanOuls ... 35 25 26.58 -2.10 +5.0
V-W-X-Y-Z
20.98 9,01 ValueClick ... 38 31 18.79 -1.85 +3.8
50.64 31.73 VaranS .. 25 22 48.15 +.88 +9.6
33.36 19.01 Veisign ... 23 19 21.81 +.02 -0.4
24.36 1.67 VIroPhrm 20 17 19.71 -.49 +6.5
3.59 1.50 Vilesse dd .. 2.20 -.02 +14.6
7.86 3.56 Westell 8 10 4.05 -.53 -10.0
79.90 44.14 WholeFds.60a 72 48 72.59 -.73 -6.2
37.31 26.16 XMSat ., dd 27.54 -1.38 +1.0
32.30 21.25 XIsnx .28 31 23 27.39 -1.40 +8.6
43.66 30.30 Yahoo .. 26 53 33.74 -6.16 -13.9
3,81 1.80 ZhoneTch dd 29 2.07 -.11 -2.4


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


2.78 5.80 AsSAsPac .42


6.76 5,60 AbdAsPac .42 q
9.25 "1.92 Abraxas 10
'. s' 15.00 AdmRsc .37f1 9
4 :a .87 Advehtrx .... dd
7.68 1.75 AmOrBion .......
19.65 11.51 ApexSIlv ... dd
30'. :,,' b ".sr:,i, dd
. :' 7: ,, I : ,'r. i. qdd

8.50 1.40 BirchMtgn ....
3.13 1.51 Cambiorg ... ...
2.54 1.30 CdnSEng ...
20.01 15.00 CarverBcp .32 14
7.75 5.10 CFCdag .01 q
43.28 24:90 Chenieres .. dd
13.60 8.65 ComSys .32f 22
4.25 1.01 Crystallxg ....
110.4699.89 DJIADIam2.26e q
3.58 1.03 DeseSng ...
12.06 1.94 ENGIobal .... 57
6.68 2.02 EldorGld g ... dd
8.24 6.05 ElswAth .31e q
5,69 2.94 Endvtlnt ......
14,60 12.42 FTrVLDv .43a q
16.84 11,45 FlaPUils .41 17
3.98 1.85 FrontrD gn ......
13.25 4.74 GamLkg ..' ..


Foreign Exchange
Value/ PrsevValue Toedays Prev$
Country name Currency' In dollars value in currency
Argent Peso .3294 .3283 3.0362 3.0462
Australia. Dollar .7467 .7474 1.3392 1.3380
Brazil Real- .4393 .4289 2.2765 2.3315
Btlain Pound. 1.7703 1.7583 .5649 .5687
Canada Dollar .8671 .8592 1.1533 1.1639
Chile Peso .001883 .001871 531.05 534.50
China Yuan .1241 r1240 8.0596 8.0668
Colombia Peso .000441 .000441 2269.29 2268.95
Czech Rep Koruna .0425 .0420 23.54 23.81
Denmark Krone .1626 .1621 6.1482 6.1694
Dominican Rep Peso .0289 .0289 34,61 34.57
Egypt Pound .1746 .1746 5.7260 5.7260
Euro Euro 1.2131 1.2094 .8243 .8269
Hong tong Dollar .1290 ..1290 7.7540 7.7539
Hungary Forint .0048, .0048 206.30 207.90
'India Rupee ..0227 .0227 44.150 44.130.
Indnsia Rupiah .000106 .000107 9430.00 9386.00
Israel Shekel .2183 .2164 4.6240 4.6220
Japan Yen .008677 .008663 115125 115.44
Jordan Dinar 1.4120 1.4104 -.7082 .7090
Kuwait Dinar 3.4247 3.4282 .2920 .2917
Lebanon Pound .000666 .000666 1501.00 1501.00
Malaysia RInggit .2671 .2669 3.7440 3.7470
Mexico Peso .094976 .095021 10.5290 10.5240
N. Zealand Dollar .6786 .6791 1,4736 1.4725
Norway Krone .1503 .1488 6.6550 6.7198
Pakistan Rupee .0167 .0167 59.84 59.84
Peru "New Sol .2981 .2982 3.355 3.353
Philpins Peso .0189 .0190 52.93' 52.77
Poland Zloty .3155 .3135 3.17 3.19
Russia Ruble: .0354 .0354 28.2550 28.2450
SDR SDR 1.44552 1.44539 .6918 .6919
Saudi Arab Riyal .2668 .2669 3.7475 3.7473
Singapore Dollar .6146 .6138' 1.6271 1.6292
Slovak Rep Koruna .0324 .0322 30.85 31.05
So.Africa Rand .1671 .1676 5.9838 5.9676
So. Korea Won .001013 .001015 986.70 984.80
Sweden Krona .1305 .1294 7.6646 7.7264
Swilzerind Franc .7831 .7789 1.2770 1.2839
Taiwan Dollar .0312. .0311 32.10 32.13
Thailand Baht .02553 .02546 39.17 39.28
U.A.E. Dirham .2723 .2723 3.6728 3.6721
Uruguay New Peso .041 .0416 24.0500 24.0550
Venzuel Bolivar .000466 .000466 2147.00 2147.30


YTD
chg %chg


-.07 +6.b
+1.03 +22.2
+.25 +2.9
-.30 '+34.1
.-.11 +22.0
+.26 -3.7
-.23 +21.6
-3.22 -2.5
+.16 +6.0
-.01 +6.1
+.01 +10.8
+.04 -1.6
-.11 45.9
+.81 +4.8
-.6 -8.4
+.04 +36.1'
-3.07 -0.4
+.38 +49.4
+.18 +34.9
-.61 -6.5
-.11 +1.8
+.20 +7.6
+.01 +3.5
+,17 +0.3
'-38 4.5
-.71 +0.3


52-Wk i YTD
Hi Low Name Div PE PPE Last chg- %chg
7.95 2.85 GascoEngy ...... 61 7.27 +.65 +11.3
5620 3.75 GastarEgn ...... ... 5.04 +.74 +29.9
14.92 .85 GeoGlobal ... ...... 9.8 -.08 -22.8
4.49 1.14 GlobeTeln .. ....... 350 +.02 '-4.9
4.08 211. G.. .)ir .. 38 3.06 -.09 +15.9
8,60 4: ,.)e>W1.:. ... 21 11 8.67 +.59 +12.2
3.70 1.25 Hemispx ... dd .. '2.87 +.35 +32.3
6.99 1.06 HomeSol ... 26 11 5.02 -.58 +12.1
19.80' 16.12 iShAstla .67e q ... 19.46 -.24 +3.5
22.83 16.26 iShCanada.15e q .. 22.79 +.16 +4.1
21.59 17.07 iShGerm .12e q .. 20.51 -.66 +1.0
38.80 22,58 iShMexico.48e q 37.09 -1.08 +3.9
96.91 63.63 iShEmMkts.99e q 92.90 -1.55 +5.3
136.7275.19 iShSPLA1.69e q 133.81 -1.51 +8.9
97.00 87.53 iSh20TB4.186 q .. 92.38 +.35 O0.5
81.50 80.03 iShl-3TB2.45d q .. 80.48 unc +0.3
62.88 51.12 iShEAFEsl..le q ... 633 -1.85 +1.5
91.91 75.17 iShRusMid1.23e q ... 90.51 -.83 +2.9
68.36 46.69 iShGSSem.03e' q 64.37 -2:33, +.6
81.84 62.30 iShNqBio ... q ... 80.25 -.69 +3.9
71.87 63.41 iShR1000V1.70e q .. 70.49 -1.15 +2.1
53.13 45.32 iShRIO00G.45e q .... 51.40 -1.30 +0.8'
69.97 57.20 iShR2000V sla.16eq .. 69.10 -.13 +4.8
74.73 57.64 iShR2000G.33e, q .. 73.58 -.20 +5.6
71.17 56.55 iShRs2000s.88e q ... 70.19 -.17 +5.2
23.93 2.32. InfoSonic ..: 51 29 16.31 -6.94 +0.4


Spot Metals

NEWYORK (AP) Spot nonferrous metal prices Friday
Aluminum 107.5 cents per lb., London Melal Exch.. Fri.
Copper 222.00 cents Cathode full plate, U.S. destinations.
Copper 213.00 cOnts per lb., N.Y. Mearcspot Fri.
Lead $1305.00 per metric ton, London Metal Exch.
Zinc- 101.83 cents lb., delivered. ,
Gold -$554.75 Handy & Harman (onlydailyquote). -
Gold $553.50 troy oz., NY Merc spot Fri.
Silver $8.985 Handy Harman (only daily quote).
Silver $8.880 troy oz., N.Y. Mere spot Fri.
Mercury $700.00 per 76 Ib flask, N.Y.
Platlumn -$1042.0 troy oz., N.Y. contractt).
Platinum $1027.70 troy oz., N.Y. Merc spot Fri.
n.q.-not quoted, na.-ot available r-revised


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3-month disc
6-month disc
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:
Elf. Dec. 31
FNMA 30-year mortgage commitment:
30-days
Money market fund:
Merril Lynch Ready Assets:
30-day avg yld:


7.25
5.25
4.1875

4.26
4.32


Prev.
7.25
5.25
4.3125

4.23
4.28'


4.37

4.41
4.34
4.29
4.36

4.53

4.60
4.73

3.190

6.00


3.60 3.57


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12-mo.
Name NAV chg %,tn
AARP Invst:
CapGr r 47.94 -.69 +13.9
GNMA 14.96 +2.9
Global 31.55 -.45 .+31.6
Gwitnc 21.87 -.53 +9.2
SIn" 51.88 -1.19 +24.7
MgdMunitn 9.17 +.01 +4.1
PathwayCnsv 11.95 -.09 +6.9
PathwyGri 13.77 -.18 +10.1
ShtTermBd 9.97 +.01 +1.9
SmCoSlkn 23.47 -.13 +12.9
ABN AMRO Funds:
GOwthN 22.32 -.65 +5.5
M&CGroN 24.41 -.04 +10.7
AIM Investments A:
Agrsvp 11.33 --.11 +13.1
BascBalp 12.36 -.12 +7.2
BasicValAp 34.68 -.55 +9.7
BIChIpAp' 12.21 -.29 +.0
CapDavp 18.30 -.02 +17.1
Chart p 13.57 -.23 +9.8
Cons6 p 25.30 -.58 +15.0
HYOdAp 4.37 -.01 +3.4
IntGrow 24.33 -.38 +25.8
MdCpCrEqp 29.31 -.34 '+13.6
MuB p .10 ... +3.3
PremEqty 10.57 -.19 +10.1
RealEstp 28.95 -.05 +24.5
SelEqtyr 18.79 -.30 +9.9
SmCpGrAp 28.39 -.33 +17.7
WeingA p 14.28 -.32 +12.8
AIM Investments B:
BaslcValB 32.50 -.52 +9.0
CapDevBt 15.78 -.02 +16.3
PrernEqty 9.74 -.17 +9.3
AIM Investor Cl:
DlrsDicd p 12.50 -,27 NS
Dyneam- 18.87 -.03 +17.1
Energy 45.39 +1.75 +71.6
GlbiH5tCrp 30.72 -.40 NS
SmCoGrI p 13.68 -.17 +14.3
SummoP p 12.33 -.16 +17.2
Utltes. 14.39 +.13. +24.7
AMF Funds:
UtShrtMtg 0.69 ... +2.2
AcadEmn 27.11 -35 +50.4
Advance Capital I:
Balanced np 18.15 -.17 +8.4
Relncnr 9.87 -.01 +2.3
Alger American:
Growth 40.19 -1.29 +19.3
Alger Funds B:
SmCapGrt 5.2 -.02 +27,.4
Alger Funds Insfl:
MiCpGrt 17.40 -.23 +20.2
AllianceBemn A:
ArnGvlncA 7.76 +.03 +10.4
BalanAp 16.71 -.23 +5.7
GIblTechAp 61.17 -2.81 +15.0
GrSlncA p 3.87 -.07 +6.3
GrowlhAp 38.34 -1.27 +19.1
InolValAp 18.34 -.32 +23.6
LgCapGrAp 21.25 -.70 +22.3
SmCapGrA 25.84 -.10 +16.7
AlllanceBern Adv: -
LgCapGrAdv 21.96 -.72 +22.7
AllianceBemn B:
AmGvltncB .7.75 +.03 +9.5
CorpBdBp 11.95 -.01 +0.9
GmbITechB.t 55.02 -2.53 +14.1
S GdncBp 3.80 -.07 +5.4
GrowthBt 26.S0 -.88 +18.1
LgCpGrBI 19.11 -.63 +21.4
SmCpGrit 21.67 -.09 +15.8
USGoIB p 6.95. 5 +1.3
AllianceBern C:
SmCapGrCt 21,73 -.09 +15.8
Allianz Funds A:
SmCpVA 30.01 ---16--+18.8
RenatsA 21.67 -.40 +3.2
Aillanz Funds B:
enaonsB '19.97 -.37 +2.3
Ailanz Funds C:
RenalsC I 19.82 -.374 +2.4
GwthCIt 19.02 -.44 +11.0
TargetC 17.39- -.10 +13.6
Amer Beacon AMR:
LgCapAmr n 20.76 -.38 +14.1-
Amer Beacon InstI:
InOEqlns 21.23 -.52 +17.7
SmCapt. 20.927 .23 +14.0'
Amer Beacon Plan:
SmpPlan- 20.58 -.23 +13.7'
Amer Century Adv:
EqGrop 23.64 -.52 +11.7
Eqtlylncp 7.89 .09 +.,5
Amer Century Ins:- r
Usra 30.32 ., -,65 +6.0
Amer Century Inv:
Balacerd n 16.24 -.22 +7.5
EqGroInv n 23.66 -.51 +12.0
EqlnconW 7.89 -.09 +5.7
GNMAI n 10.32 .1, +3.1
Gi ft 19.37 -.28 +30.0
Girowin 20.75 -.47 +9.3
Hertagal n -14.99 -.22 +30.1
IncGroAn 30.67 -.73 +9.2
Ino-Bnd- 13.34 --.08 -3.5
"In-ilscnr 15.17 -.46 +41.7
JnlGroltn 10.41 -.24 +21,5
LgConVal p 6.54 -.13 +7.5
UfeSqn 5.39 -.09 +11.4
tt..i'i: r 16 -.09 +20.0
C'.rt..'.28 ,). i -.17- .+13.7
r-I::p n 1: ni -.07--+26.0
,., pn 1l'7 -.82 +3.2
h u A , ,. 1 .1 -... -1.8
-SnCapVaIn .9.95 .07- +17.2
SmalICo- t.1., .. -
- ShMo.. .6.85 -.08 i+,
isu-n..' Pt' 7 -.64 '":
ura. 13 +.02 -" ,

VLii i- .': 1.2 .3 :'
American Funds A: -
IA,,.,stp 19.31 .-.29. +11.2
.AP,TsI. p .8 -.37 .+8.5
BaAp 741 '-.24 +657
BondFdAp 13.29. -.01 -+2.-
CapVWIAp 18.83-3 -.04 +0.2.
SCaplnBIdAp 53.84 -.51 +6.9
CapWGrAp 37.13r -.88 +20.0
EupcAnp 41.95 -1.14 +27.7
FundlnvA'p '36.62 -.15 .+19.6
C...It. 135.3 -.01 +2.3
Cir,,O w 31.567 -.37 -.I I
H1 T.':.t. 12.17 -.02 .- i
HllncMunat _15.60 -.21. +4.8
IncoFdAp 18.34 -.18 +7.0
IntBA p 13.48 ... -+1.9
InVCoAAp 31.87 -.86 +11.5
UdTEBdA p '16.2__9 +.01 +2.1
NwEronAp 23.66 -.63 +18:2
INewPerAp 29.26 -:690 +18.6
iN ,..-,na .'t,, -.20 +31.2
v--. 'JA+. f'"'' -.61 +24.6,
TaxExplAp 12.49 +.01 +3.6.
TxECAAp' 16.74 +.01 +4.0
WshMulAp 31.14...,-.54 .+73
American Funds B:
AmcapBl t 18.68 -.29 +10:3
BalanBt. 17.88 -.24 t
BondBt 13.29 -.01 -',"
CapnBdB 5384 .54 51. +8.1
CapWGrBt 36.95 -.89 +19.0
EurpaeOBl 4.5 -t.J3 +26.8
undinvBi -36.53 -.15 +18.7
CGrowthBI 30.72 '-.37 +20.2
InomoeBlt .1.24 -.1B +6.2
ICAB t 31.74 -.36 +10.6
NewPerspt 28.85 -.68 +17.8
AWashB t 30.97 -.54 +6.6
AmeristckMF 38.58 -86 -0.4
An ol Mutual Fds
1",- 3lr -1.15 +6.0
Ariel n 50.66 -,91 +5.6
Arlisan Funds:
Intl o 25.92 -.61 +24.3
InsSmCp r. -20.82 -.38 +33.6
MidCap 31.53 -.57 +15.P
MIdCapVal 19.10 -.21 +21.6
SmICap 18.13 +.02 +19.2
SMCapVal 18.02 -.05 +20.5
Baron Funds:
Assetno 56.46 -.80 +15.5
Growth 46.19 2-.0 +9.8
Parnerap" 18.60 -.20 +17.7
SrIlCap 23.69 -.11. +13.3-
BernsteIn Fds: -
.noDur .13,22 -.00 -"+2.n
( CaMu- s 14.21 ... *.+12.
MD un 14.05 ..01 +1.9
NYMun 13.088 ... +2.0
"TxMgdIlnVI 24.802 -.54 +21.5
InlVa02 24.56 -.56 +21.7
EmngMnIs 37.43 -.30 +42.4
BlackRock A:
"Aurora A "35.09 -.39 +12.2
iDI:' 1 73.26 +1.95 +73.1
H,,i"."' 7.09 .,. +4.8
LegacyAp 14.60 -.41 +12.7
BlackRock Fds Blrk:
CoreBIrk 9.56 ... +2,6
Bramwell Funds:
GrowthFdp 19.48 -.20 +10.8
Brandywine Fds:
BlueFd 30.60 .-.23 +16.3
Brandywlns.n 32.02 -235 +21.6
Bdnson Funds Y:
HighYldYn 6.99 ... +1.9
Buffalo Funds:
SmlCap 26.24 -.16 +11.6
CGM Funds:
CapDevn 30.88 +.25 +40.3
FacusPd 30.19 +.58 +39.3
Muanl 29.01 +.07 +21.0
Reattyn 28.79 +.10 +33.4
CRMFurids:
MidCapVall 27.45 -.32 +13.5
Calamos Funds:
.GrltncCt- 31.93 -.15 NA
GChltlnoAp 31374 *-.15 NA
GmwAp .57231. -1.27 NA
GrowthB I 58.96 -1.32 NA
GrowthC 54.69 -1.22 NA
Calvert Group:
Incop 15.84 .. +3.5
InOEqAp 21.27 -.59 +15.7
MuBdCAI 10.30 +.01 +1.2
Msnlnl 10.75 +.01 +2.3
SoctalAp 28.80 -.33 +7.8


SocBd p 15.91 ... +4.1
SocEqAp 35.71 -.84- +8.4
TxFLtdn 10.60 +.01 +2.4
TxFLgp 16.63 +.02 +4.1
TxFVT 15.73 +.02 +2.3
Causeway IntI:
Insitutlonal 16.98 -.36 +13.7
Inveslorr 16.91 -.35 +13.4
ClItStreet Funds:
DivBond 11.76 ... +2.5
LgCoStk 12.43 -.28 +11.3
nl'pIlr 87 87 -1.45 +2.0
Cohen & Steers:
I':n 1r, I. -.26 +25.3
RtyShrsn : 75.10, -.42 t+25.5
Columbia Class A: .
4 ar...i, "i' -.10 +210
FocusEqAt 20.32 -.63 +14.9
IntlValueA r 22.84 -.63 +15.9
LgCapValuA 14.05 -.22 +14.2
MarsGroA1 18.89 -.51 +10.9
TxExA p 13.70 +.02 +4.3
Columbia Class B:
Acorn t 27.47 -.10 +20.2
Columbia Class C:
Acont 27.43 -.11' +20.1
TolR d CIC 29.77 -.01 +2.4
ColumbIa Class Z:. :
AcomZ 29.09 -.11 -+21.4


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
AcomlnnZ 35.23 -.24 +30.3
AcomUSA 27.61 -.17 +19.5
ConHiYldZ 8.50 -.02 +3.4
ConSecZ 17.45 -.07 +7.8
CoreBondZ 10.67 +2.1
FocusEqZt 20.64 -.64 +15.2
InImBdZn .91 ... +2.B
IntoTEBd n 10.40 +.01 +2.5
InEqZ 15.61 -.32 +21.8
IntStkZn 17.22 -.52 +21.0
In6VatZ 22.93 -.64 +16.2
IntmCorBd 9.45 .. +1
LgCapComZ 12.9 -.25 +10.7
LgCapGrwth 22.16 -.52 +9.6
LgCapdxZ 24.41 -.50 +9.2
LgCapValZ 14.07 -.22 +14.5
MarsGrPrZ 19.17 -.51 +11.2
MarinOppZr 13.91 -.31 +29.0
MidCapGrZ 24.75 -.18 +25.4
MkfCpldxZ 11.95 -.13 +20.4
MdCpValp 14,28 -.13 +21,5
STIncoZ 9.79 +2.3
SmCpCoreZ 19.15 -.07 +15.0
SmlCapldxZn21.55 -.10 +17A4
Columbia Funds:
ReEsEqZ 25.46 -.10 +16,5
CG Cap Mkt Fds:
IntlEq 12.27 -.30 +22.6
LgGrw 13.36 -.42 +14.1
LgVaIn 11.30 -.19 +11.7
Davis Funds A:
NYVenA 34.11 -.65 +13.8
Davis Funds B:
NYVen B 32.70 -63 +12.8
Davis Funds C &Y:
NYVenY 34.49 -.66 +14.1
NYVenC 32.91 -.64 +12.9
Delaware Invest A:
LgCapValA 17.84 -.29 +6.4
TrendA p 22.99 -.22 +15.2
TxUSAp 1.55 ... +3.6
DelawareInvest :T
ODelchB 3.26 +. 4.2
SelGr t 24.31 -.54 +22.0
Del-Pooled "rust:
InItEq 20.90 -49 +19,7
Dimensional Fds:
EmgMktVal 25.13 -.35 +39.8
IntSmVa n 18.39 -.37 +27.5
TM USSm 23.98 -.14 +19.3
USLgCo n 36.99 -.76 +9.3
USLgVan 22.18 -.33 +15.6
USLgVa3 n 17.06 -.26 +15.9
US MIro 15.40 -.06 +17.9.
US Small n 20.39 -.10 +18.1
US SmVal 27.56 -.08 +18.7
IntlSmCo n 16.94, -.44 +26.4
EmgMktn 21.680 -.30 +39.3
Fixdn 10.12 +.01 +2.5
IntVaRn 16.44 -.48 +21.2
ob5Fxlnc 10.20 ... +2.0
LrgCaplntn 20.22 -.56 +19.9
TMUSSmV 2441 -.11 '+18.8
TM InolVale 16.36 -.40 +22.6
TMMktwdeV 15.64 -.20 +19.7
-TMUSEq 13.37 -.25 +11.2
2YGIFxd n 981 +.01 +2.2
DFAR[Est n 26.07 -.03 +24.2
Diversefd Inv Fds:
CoreBond 12.4 ... +2.0
EqGrowp 20.40 -.64 +11.7
Vat&ln 24.04 -.42 +10.3
Dodge&Cox:
Balanedn 82.67 -.80 +10.3
IncomeFd 12.60 ... +2.5
'Intl Stk 35.90 -,8 +23.3
Stock 140.23 -2.10 +15.1
Domini Soc Inv:
SocalEq n 30.18 -.73 +6.5
Dreyfus:
Apreoc 39,93 -.88 +6.5
BasIcS P 26.20 -.54 +9.1
Disocp- 34.08 -.66 +10.2
Dreyfus 10.41 -.21. +9.
DreyMd r 28.72 -.31 +19.9
Drey500in t 36.75 -.76 +.6
EmgLead' 42.99 -.35 +18.8
FLIntr 13.11 +.01 +1.6
GNMAp 14.53 ... +2.7
InsMun nt .17.92 +.02 +3.0
nlrmnr 13,38 +.01 +2.5
MkIcpV r 32.38 -.54 +17.4
MunBdr 11.85 ... +3.9
NYTaxr 14.81 +.01 +3.1
StrVaA r 28.96- -.47 +128
Dreyfus Founders:
GrowthB 10.50 -.26 +7.1
GrowthFnp 11.02 -.28 +8.1
Dreyfus Premier.
: ',ENL 11"' 2. +.01 +4.0
CoreEqAit 14.81 -.37 +4.8
CoroVInvp 31.76 -.49 +0.6
EmgMkIA -22.82 -.28 +37.08
LIdHYIdA p 7.27 ... +3.9
NwLdrtOn 48.01 -.68 +20.9
TaxMgdGCl 15.78. -.39 +4.2
TechGroA -24.50 -.91 +14.2
TachGrow .. ... +14.6
Eaton Vance Adv:
FigRate 9.87 ... +4.5
Eaton Vance Cl A:
.l1. i *,:, 9i -10.06 +6.5
ChlnaAp 16.08 -.20 +21.8
rloalaeo 10.21 ... +4.5
GrowthA 8.00 -.09 +13.8-2
HlhScAp 11.53 -.20 +13.5
IncBosA 8.35 -.01- +5.0
LgCpVal 18.869 -.29 +15.6
NallMuns 11.39 +.01 +7.7'




thSidBt. 12.1 -.21 +127
NatMunBt 11.39 +.01 +6.9
vigIn :-.', --.42. +7.2
Eaton Vance CI CB:


Fl.oatRtt. 9i87 --.. +3,8
GHoCtGI 17291 -.01 +2.0
ColrlBi t 11.30 ..01 +6.9
Flaoatel 59.7 .... +3,8

I lonir 1 4.01 +6.9
Enterprise Cl A:
,Vh anp 17.70 -.04 +10.3
Evergreen A:: ',
AstAIlAp' 14.24, -.18 .+10.8
BalanA 8.78. -.11 +7.9
FdLCpA 23.40 -.45' +11.2
SpValuAp 327.3" -.12 +17.5
Evergreen B: -
..AstAiloBt 14.09 -.18 +10.0
DivrBdlBt 14.62 -.01 -NS
MunalondBtl 7.51 +.01 .+2.9
Evergreen C:
AdRaleCt 9.27 ... +1.7
AstAltoC. -. 13:865 -.18 .+10.0
Evergreen I:
CoreBdl 10.50 ... +2.7
AdilRatel 9.27 ... +2.7
InBondi -10.84 -.06 -3.2
InoEqtylI 10.01 -..290 +22.
LgCapEqtyl 15.99 -.33 .+11.5
ShIlnBl 5.99 ... +21.
SIMunrit 9.98 +1.8
Fh..al 2-:r'. -.12 +17.8
m'L. _- .71 -.71 +12.4
Excelzlor Funds:
Energy 26.60 +.63 +63.6
HiYield np 4.50 -.02 +0.8
ValRestrn 47.61 -.48 +17.3
FAM Funds:
Value n 48.13 -.75 +8.7
FBR Funds: .
SmallCap 43.53 -.08 +7.9
FMI Funds:
Focus n 33.39 -.20 +13.7
FPA Funds:
Caplt 44.12 +.16 +23.4
NewInc 10.87 ... +1.9
FPACresn 26.10 +.25 +15.9
Falrholme 26.04 +.12 +21.7.
Federated A:
AmLdrA 23.51 -.59 +7.7
CapAppA 25.5Q -.38 +6.1
MidGrStA 35.55 -.26 +21.0
KaOumAp p 5.73 -.06 +18.0
MktOppA p 12.83 +.05 +6.3
MunSocA 10.70 ... +3.4
Federated B: T
iN.i.T.n'. '. 5.58 .-.05 +.17.4
0',, 5.66 -.02 +4.2
Federated C: s "
MG.:"',: 12.74 .+.05 +5.5
Federated Inst: -
Kaulran 5.73 -.06 +17.8
.MIdCap 22.79 -.24 +1,90
StockTr. 31.49 -a69 +u.1
Fidelity Adv FocT:
SiIlCarT 23.67 -.37 +19.7
NatResT 45.30 +1.33 +64.2
Fidelity Advisor A:
DirlnlnAr' 21.64 -.54 +26.7
EqGrAt .48.59 -1.19 +11.1
EqlncAp 28.24 -.50 +11.0
MdCapAp 23.98 -.24 +14.9
Nwlnsgt sp 17.10 -.39 +27.1
RFidelity Advisor B:
MIdCpB np 2320 -.22 +14.0
Fidelity Advisor C:
DSIsnlC nl 20.94 -.53 +25.7.
NwlnsghtsIn 16.80 -.39 +26.1
Fidelity Advisor l;
Divlntl n 21.02 -,55 +27.1
DIOvGrthl 12.30 -.31 +6.3
EqGrTn 51.46 -1.20 +11.6
Eqlnl T 28.95 -.51 +11.4
IntBdl n 10.88 ... +2.1
Fidelity Advisor T:
BalanoT 16.23 -.10 +9.1
SIsntliTp :21.44 "-,54 +26.4
DivGrthTp" 12.13 -.31 +6.3
DynqapAppTpl1.71 -.41 +29.6-
Eq~rTp 40.69 -1.19 +11.0
EqInT 28.59 -.51 +10.7
SovlnT 9.98 -.01 +2.0
GrOppT 33.75 -1230 +14.4
HllcAdsvTp 9087 -.03 +7.6
InsBdT 10,86 ... +1.8
MidCapTp 24.21 -.24 +14.7
MontlncTp 12.98 +.01 +3.2
Nwlnsghlsp 17.02 -.39 +25.8
OnrsaT 20.38 -.51 +23,3
STFiT 9.41 ... +2.1


SmlCapTp 22.45 -.23 +15.7
StrInT 11.62 ... +4.5
VaIlSraT 30.19 -.34 +12.5
Fidelity Freedom:
FF2000 n 12.29 -.07 +5.5
FF2010n 14.21 -.15 +8.7
FF2020n 14.94 -.23 +12.1
FF2030 n 15.28 -.28 +13.9
FF2040n 8.99 -.17 +14.5
FF2015 11.70 -.15 +10.6
FF2025 p 12.15 -.19 +12.8
IncomeFdn 11.45 -.05 +5.1
Fidelity Invest:
AggiGrr 18.43 --26 +16,6
AMgr 16.15 -.22 +6.2
AMgrGrn -15.17 -.27 +6.8
AMgrin 13.02 -.02 +9.1
Balance 19.22 -.11 +15.9
BluaChlpGr 43.49 -1.09 +8.1
CAMunn 12.46 +.01 +3.7
Canada n 44.46 +.14 +36.1
CapApp n 25.77 -.67 +13.8
Caplnco nr 8.43 ... +7.0
ChinaReg n 19.94 -.35 +22.4
...CongrSt n 406.15 -8.90 +7.5
CTMunnr 11.44 +.- +01 -+2.6
Contran 66.34 -1.17 +22.0
CnvSec 23.54 +.180 +13.5


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
esllnyln 1445 -.36 +17.2
Desnyllin 12.11 -.28 +9.8
DisEqn 28.05 -.65 +14.1
Diverln n 33.54 -.668 +25.1
DivGth n 28.93 -.73 +6.8
ErngMktIn 19.75 -.19 +58.2
Equutinn 53.46 -1.02 +10.4
EOIIn 22.87 -.54 +9.5
EurCapApn 23.29 +.16 +26,8
Europe n 37.8 -.20 +28.3
ExchFdPn 28116 -3.22 +9.4
Export n 21.89 -.48 +21.4
FldelFd 32,39 -.73 +12.4
Fitynr 23,16 -.45 +18.1
FtRaloHI r 9.96 .. +4.5
FLMusm 1149 ... +2.9
FourtnOnen 26.74 -,45 +11.3
GNMAn 10.90 -.01 +2.9
GovOnc n 10.15 +2.7
roCon 65.34 -1.82 +22.5
Gtolno 34.79 -.79 +8.6
Grolncll 10.32 -.20 +11.8.
Highlnm 8.81 -.01 +5.1
Indepndnce n 20.28 -.27 +18.3
InProBnd 11.06 +.02 +3.2
IntBd n 10.31 -.01 +2.1
IntGov 10.06 ... +1.9
IntmMunion 10.00 +2.8
oUDisc 32.59 -.80 +26.8
InoSmCaprm 28.25 -.72 +35.8
InvGBun 7.39 -.01 +2.8
Japan 17.63 -1.48 +42.3
JpnSmCo n 16.27 -1.92 +37.2
LalAm n 34.67 -.16 +78.1
LevCoStock 27.10 +.06 +26.1
LowPrrn 42.10 -.47 +15.4
Magellan n 108.49 -2.33 +11.3
MDMum 10.89 +.01 +2.8
MA Mun n 11.93 ... +3.7
Ml Muni n 11.88 +2.9
MidCap n 27.66 -.13 +26.0
MNMun 11.46 .. +2.9
MtgeSeo n 11.11 -.01 +2.7
Muni nan 12.87 ... 3.7
NJ Mun r 11.54 +3.2
NewMkt nr 14.64 +.09 +14.1
NewMill n 36.12 -.34 +20.4
NYMunon 12.08 +.01 +3.1
OTC 38.46 -1.58 +17.9
Oh Munn 11.70 +3.0
Ovrsean 42.37 -.73 +27.7
PacBWsn .25.75 -1.47 +34.4
PAMun nr 10,83 +2.8
Puritan 18.92 -.23 +7.8
RealEstn 32.34 -.03 +24.8
ShllntMu n 10.22 .. +1.5
STBFn 8.87 +2.4
SmCapind 21.42 -.10 +19.2
SmallCapS.nr 18.98 -.12 +17.3
SE Asian' 21.03 -.78 +37.6
StkSlc'n 25.16 -.51 +13.9
SsalDIvlnc' 12.47 -.12 +14.8
Stralncn 10.50 +4.8
Trend n 58.04 -1.27 +12.3
USBIn 10.93 -.01 +2.4
UltShnBd m 10.02 .. +3.1
Utilityn 15.31 +.04 +17.5
ValStra 1 31.86 -.36 +13.0
Value n 77.97 -.83 +21.2
Wrdwde n 19.87 -.51 +19.7
Fidelity Selects:
Air n 39.52 -.60 +27.0
Auton o 33.52 -.98 +0.1
Banking n 35.27 -1.05, +2.0
Biotechn 64.41 -.63 +18.3
Brokeron 71.81 -1.25 +42.0
Chemon 66.46 -1,00 +4.1
uComp'n 37.13 -1.49 +13.3
Conlnd n. 25.08 -.68 +5.2
CstHou n 48.87 -1.52 +14.0
DfAeron 72.81 -1.62 +21.06
DevComn 21.09 -.60 +19.2
Electrn 46.03 -1.55 +31.4
Energyn 52.91 +2.06 +71.3
EngSvcn 7.94 .+4.34 +77.3
Envlron 16.21 -.01 +19.2
FInSvcn 115.31 -3.60 +11:0
FoodP n 502 -.60 +7.0
Goldm 36.31 -.07 +6Q.1
Health n 137.30 -2.09 +20.6
HomeFlInl n 51.07 -1.62 -2.7
IndMatn 44.40 -.13 +21.1
Insurn 67.66 -2.30 I
LeIsr n 78.76 -3.07 -,.
MedDeIn 53.72 -1.20 :
MndEqSysn 25.10 -.32 l:
Mutilted n 47.97 -1.90 1I. ,
NatGasn 0 43.83 +1.93 ,,.-
Paperon 30.20 -.31 -2.0
Pharma n 10.19 -.17 +17.6
Retalln 49.12 -1.16 +11.0
So5Awrn 54.00 -2.29 +9.8
Techn 64.99 -2.75 +16.4
Teoteomn 39.65 -.95 -+11.9
Tamsn 46.38 +.05. +20.1
EI[Grno 44.31 -.15 +15.2
Wiralessn .597 -.17 +24.9
Rdelty Spartan: ,
Equtlndlnvn 44.66 -.92 +9.3
ExtMkllndlov 35.90 -.37 +19.2
5001ndx[nv nr 87.00 -1.79 +93
Govin n 10.93 ... +2:7
LInldrlnov. 36.39 -.97 +20.3
tInvGrBd n 10.44 -. +2.9
-TotMktilndlmv 35.24 -.64 i
Fidelty Spart Adv:-
EqlndAdv 44.668 -.92 r0'
5000Advr 87.00 --1,79 r,;
TolsMklAdvr 35.24 -.64' NS
First Amer Fds Y:
:i,-p 'i. +.01. +2.5
E.,.c.:p ,i 14.29" .-.27' :..+9.5:
E.tp'i ,', 23.61 "-.40 4. ,-
In.'rdl'.'. ,9.91 .1
Inln 13.13 -.38 0 I.
LoCpGrOp- 29.96 -.78 .- I1
MdCpGIOp 42.25 -.25 +20.5
First Eagle:
GlobalA 43.28 -.32 +20.3
OverstasA 23.80 -.22 +22.5
First Investors A
BIChIpAp, 21.14 -.44 +7.6
GIobalA p 7.260 -.17 +13,7
GovlAp 10.91 .:: +2.8
GrslncAp 14.25 -.25 +11.7
IncomeAp 300 .00 .01 +0.6
TnvoGrAp 9.66 -.01 +1.1
MATFAp 11.89 -.01 +2.4
MITFAp 12.36 -.01 +2.3
MIdCapA np 28.67 -.10.+20.3
NJTFAp 12.96 ... +2.5
NYTFAp 14.40 +.01 +2.
PATFApt 12.95 ... +2.4
SpSitAp 21.04 -.00 +13.4
TaxExptAp 10.02 ... +1.8
TotRetAp 14.30 16-. +.1
ValueB p 6.1 -.06 +10.5
Firsthand Funds: ..
ClobTech : 4.15 -.05 + +7.5
Tech Value n 34.35 : -1,05 +29.1
Franlltemp Frink A'-
,- A p "- ... +5.9
AdUS p .8.92 ... +2.2.
ALTA px 11.49 ... +2.9
AZTFApx 11.07 1 +3.0
-Ballnvp :63.21 -37 +17.1
CAHYBd px 10.41 ... +6.4
CallnsA px 12.72 +.01 +4.0
CAInternApx11.56 +.01 +2.8
CalTFrA p 7.32 +..01 +4.8
CapGrA 11.21 -.26 +5.9
COTFApx 12.02 -.01 +3.9
CTTFApx 11.10 -.01 +4.3
CvtoScAAp 16.54 -.09 +11.9
DbITxFrAx 1.92 -.01 +3.7
DynaTechA 26.63 -.72 +16.06
EqlncA px 20.552 -.45 +6.5
Fedlnlermpx 11.45 +.01 +2.5
FedTxFrA p 12.12 .0 +4:0
FlexCapGrA 41.06 -.88 +13.5
FIRMDAp 10.12 +4.5
FLTFApx 11.93 ... +3.7
FoundFAlp 12.69 -.13 +10,5
GATFA px 12.13 .. +3.6
GoldPrM A 27.7 -.07 +61.0
GrowlhAp 36.52. -.94 +12.5
HY TFA p 10.79 ... +5.2
IncoSerAp 2.43 -.01 +5.6
InsTFApx 12.32 -.01 +3.5
NYnllTFnpx 10.5 .. +1.9
LATFAxpl 11.52 +2.0
LMvsecA- 9.93 +1.1
MDTFApx 11.77 +4.0
MassTFApx 11.93 ..... +3.7
MtIhsTFApx 12.27 ." +13.6
.MNInsAx 12.14 .... .+3.3
MOTFAnx 12.29 +4.0
NJTFApx 12.14 -.01 +4.0
NYlnsApx 11.61 +.01 +3.3
NYTFAp 11.7 +.01 +3.7
NCTFApx 12.30 .+.3.7
OhIolTnFApx 12.50 .. +3.6
ORTFApx 11.8 ... +4.1
PATFApx 15.042 -.01 +3.7
ReEsOcAp 26.49 -.23 +21.1
RFsDIvA p 32.55. -.62 +5.7
SMCpGrA 35.75 -.37 +10.2
Stratlnop 10.22 +.02 +3.5'
USGovAp 6.54 +.01 +2.0
UlliesAp 12.17 +.12 +153.8
VATFA px 11.83 -.01 +3.6
Frank/Tmp Fnmk Adv:
InnomeAdv 2,42 .-.01 +5.8
Frank/Temp Frnk B:
IncomeBl p 2.43 -.01 +5.1
InomeBn t 2.43 +5.2
Frank/Temp Fmk C:
FoundFAIp 12.55 -.12 +9.9
Incomest 2.45 +5.5
Frank/Temp MUl A&B:
BaaconA 15.60 --.10 +12.7
.DIssovA 26.47 -.23 +20.7
QualitledAt 10.87 -.30 +14.6
Shares 24.080 -.10 +13.0
Frank/Temp Mtl C:
Disco i 26.31 -.23 +19.9
SharesC I 23.73 -.10 +13.1
FrankiTempTemp A:


DevMktAp 24.80 -.11 +40.4
ForelgnA p 12.89 -.29 +18.1
GIBondApx 10.57 -.03 +1.9
-GISmCoAp 8.64 -.08 +15.4
GrowthA p 23.35 -.40 +13.6
IntlxEM p 16,40 -.31 +15.8
WorldAp 15.15 -.34 +17.8.
FrankrrTemp Tmp Adv:
FrgnAv 12.85 -.29 +19.4
GrdhAv 23.`6 -.41 +13.0
Frank/Temp Tmp B&C:
DevMktC 24.35 -.11 +39.5
ForgnC p 12.73 -.29 +15.2
GrwthC p 22,84 -.40 +12.7
GE Elfun S&S:
S&S Income n 11.28 +2.8
S&S PM n 43.50 -.64 +7.6
TaxEx 11.78 ... 3.6
Trusts n 51.82 -.83 +6.6
GE InstI Funds:
InllEqn .13.68 -.37 +26.2
GMOEmMkVj 21.41 -.61 NA
GMO Trust I:
Foreign 16.01 -.42 +20.0
GMO Trust III:
CurHIntBd 9.01 -.02 +5.9
EmgMkr 21.46 -.61, +49.5
ECD 10.91 +.09 +19.1
fi.-,,', 16.07 -.42 +20.1
ll. ,_".i 029.20 -.62 NE
l 31.11 -.82 +19.7
IntlSmCo- 14.50 -.33 +30.7
- USQltyEqty 20.05 -.40 +2.3


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
USCorEqly 1423 -.32 NS
GMOTrustIV:
CorePlusBd 10.31 +.02 NS
EmgCnDt 10.91 +.08 +19.1
EraeMkt 21.42 -.61 +49.7
Foreign 16.08 -.42 +202
IntlCoreEq 33.92 -.90 NS
IntllnrVal 31.09 -.83 +10.7
USCoreEq 14.21 -.32 NS
USQualEq 20.06 -.40 +2.3
GMOTrust VI:
EmgMks r 21.42 -.61 +49.7
USCorsEq 14.21 -.32 NS
Gabelll Funds:
Asset 41.94 -.48 +9.9
Growth 29.25 -.58 +15.4
Value t 18.44 -.28 +4.7
Gartmore Fds D:
Bond 9.63 .... +3.1
GvlBdOD 1024 ... +2.9
GrowthD 7.14 -21 +10.8
NallonwD 19.02 -37 +11.8
TxFr er 10.57 ... +31
Gartmore Fds InstI:
InlldxI n 9.24 -.25 +206
MdCpMkldxl n 15.28 -.16 +20.1
NwBdIdxl n 10.87 -.01 +2.4
S&PSW00nstln 10.60 -.22 +9.1
Gartmore Fds Serv:
iDModp 10.36 -.12 NA
Gateway Funds:
Gasteway 25,11 -.15 +6.1
Glensmede Funds:
Intl 19.39 -.51 +19.4
Goldman Sachs A:
CapGrA 20.93 -.30 +6,8
GrIncAK 26.20 -.34 +7.9
GnhOppsA 22.19 -.23 +11.6
HIYieldA 7.90 ... +5.0
HYMuniAp 11.27 -.01 +7.2
MIdCapVA p 35.85 -.28 +18.2
SmaCapA 42.42 -.13 +12.9
Goldman Sachs Inst:
CoreFxc 9.92 -.01 +2.9'
GrthOppt 22.81 -.24 +12.1
HiYield 7.91 ... +5.3

HYMuni 11.28 ... +7.7
MidCapVal 36.09 -.28 +18.7
Structlntl 12.87 -30 +21.1
Guardian Funds:
GBG InGSrA 15.6 -.37 +23.4
ParkAvA 32.70 -.68 +7.9
Stock 29.70 -.61 +8.3
GuldeStone Funds:
CpOppGS4 15.63 -.28 +12.3
GlClEqGS4 16.50 -.40 +15.5
GrincoGS4 14.35 -.17 +9.3
GrEqGS4 17.76 -.59 +14.1
IntllEqGS4 17.68 -.51 +23.6
MdDurGS4x 13.4, -.02 +3.2
ValuEqGS4 17.76 -.30 +11.9
Harbor Funds:
Bond 11.73 ... 3.5
CapApplnst n 32.96 -1.07 +21,1.
Intlnr 51.04 -1.02 +29'.4
SCpVllnst 20.53 -.17 +16.8
Harding Loevner -
EngMktsI. 36.79 -.33 +51.9
Hartford Fds A:
AdvrsAp 15.99 -.26 -??
CapAppA p 36.54 -.63 '
DIvGthAp I4.2 -.19 I'
MidCapAp :O 18 -.21 *,ii
SmICoA p- 20.95- -.10 +34.5
Hartford Fds B:
': 5, piB,'ii .i" -.58 +21.6
Hartford Fds C:
CapAppC t 33.72 -.58 +21.7
'Hartford HLS IA:
Bond 11.34 +.01 -
'..: .So. 54.32 -.94 *: '
1. ,w.,i,'lr. 21.11 -.21 i
GlblLdsr 19.41 -.46 1ll
Grwth&lnc 12.80 -.31 +10.6
GrwthOpp 31.18 -.54 5 ?4
Advises 22.71 F ..:
Stock 49.70 1i +13.3
Index 32.33 -.67 +8.9
",:,:. 13.93 -.33 *6
'. ,:'., 29.53 -.260 3'
.SmallCo 20.52 -.09 +35.1
Hartford HLS IB :
.,.,..,- '. ." ." -.37 .,a
b...-1. II : +.01
*: i;.' I.'I.',. *-' -.93 .* ?)u
-.. ( tl -.21
Heartland Fds:
'3 l- -,r +.10 +13.3
Hennessy Funds.
CorGrow 20.28 -.17 +21.8
CornrGroll 30.55 -.25 +19.2
HollBalFd 15.65 -.13 +4.09
Hotchkls & Wiley:
LgCpVal 23.64 -.42 +10.9
LgCapValAp 23.56 -.43 +10.6
MdCpValAp 28.63 -.46 416.3
MidCpVal 28.73 -.47 +16.6-
lussmnStrGr 15.85 +.04 +7.8
ICM SmICo 37.61 -.17 +14.9
ICON Fds:
Energy- 36.81 +1.46 +67,3
ING Funds CIA: ;
lntValAp 18.0 -.52 +16,3:
ING Partners:
TB ,,,.i-. i ?' -1.10 ..+11.6
INGTMOQAl-
i..r ia Ii'r -.52 +16.8.
ISI.Funds:
"NoAn p 7.52 +.01 +6.2
Ivy Funds: .' ,
GINalRsAp 28.36 '+,38 +43.0
JPMorgan A Class: :
',ai 1 ': -.11 +7.4
i...I.51.f. i I"r -.19 +9.3
I.Ift:valp .I.5 -.25 +13.0
JPMorgan B Class:
p,.,a. ? in' -:18 +8.6
JPMorgan C Class:
,.,,:pv.ip... : ?i -.26 +12.4
JP Morgan Insth:
MkICapVal n 23.96 -.25 +13.5
JPMorgan Select: ,
IItllEq 33.07 -.90 +18.2
MdCpValu ... +13.2
USEqulty 11.03 -.23 +6.0
JPMorgan Sel CIs:
.:.,, ',, ,i,)', +.01 +2.5
CorePlusBdn 7.81 ... +3.0
DIvMdCpGr 25.69 -.11 +19.0
Eqlndx 20.72 -.59 +9.1"
GovBond 10.25 ... +3.2
HIYIdBond 6.22 +.01 +4.5
IntBondI n 10.42 -.01 +2.2
IntmdTFBd 10.71 +.02 +2:1
- IntlEqi 23.02 -.64 +21.8
IntrdAmer 24.70 -.47 +13.8
LoCapVal- 15.93 -.31 .+7.7
"LgCapGr 16.05 -:45 ,10 '
MitCpMkNeu r 10R59 -.03
MunlncSI 9.78 +.01
SmCpCore 46.10 .-.18 1,i
TaxFrBondn 12.80 +.03 -.?
JP Morgan Ultra:
MtgBacked 10.48 ... NS
Janus:
Balanced 22.68. -.33 +11.1
Contrarian 15.45 -.18 +24.1
CoreEq '24.22 -.30 +23.6
Enterpr 43.12 -.44 +19.0
FedTxExn 7.02 ... +3.0
FIxBond 9.50 ... +2.2
Fund 25.85 -.61 +6.8
GIULeScInr 20.21 -.18 +15.3
GITech r 12.31 -.44 +23.3
Grthilnon 37.16 -.37 +19.8
Mercuryn 23.14 -.49 +11.5
MdCpVllnst 22.86 -.16 +17.0
MIdCapVal 22.78 -.15 +16.8
Olympus n 33.08 -.79 +20.4
Orion 8.60 -.08 +29.1
Overseas nr 33.82 -47 +45,6
ShTmBd 2.87 ... +1,9
SCVInst 28.69 -.19 +17.1
SCVInv 28.49 -.19 +16,8
Twenty 50.06 -.64 +21.2
Ventur 59.82 +.02 +13.1
WddWnr 43.57 -1.30 +10.0
Janus Adv I Shrs:
Forty 29.15 -.37 +22.5
Janus Aspen Instl:
Balanced 25,95 -.3 +11.2
WorldwGrn 28,08 -.79 +9.7
JennlsonDryden A:
BIladA 10.47 -.3B +25.6
GrowthA 16.34 -.54 +20;9
HIYIdA p 5.68 ... +4.5
InsuredA 10.82 ... +2.6
UllIltyA 15.02 +.22 +42.5
ValueAp- 20,37 -,21 +22.6
JennlsonDryden B:
GrowlhB 15.01 -.49 +20.0
HIYIdBnt 5.67 ... +4.0
onsuredB 10.84 ... +2.3
JennisonDryden Z&I:
GrowthZ 16.70 -.56 +21.1
SIkldxl n 28.00 -.59 +9.0
Jansen 23.72 -.32 -0.7
John Hancock A:
BonrdA p 15.00 -.01 +2.4
ClassicValp 24.74 -.52 +12.5
RgBkA 37.94 -1.15 +4.2
SOnA p 18.58 -.41 +5.4
StrlncA p 6.9 ... +4.0
USGIbldrean 2.31 -.60 +4.5
John Hancock B:
SItrncB 6.89 ... 3.3
Jullus Baer Funds:
i',iit,.l 37.88 -.42 +27.1
,'"t.i 37.19 -.42 +25.68
KeelSmCpp 46.38 +.27 +29.0
LSVValEq n 16.48 .-.32 +16.1.
Laudus Funds:
IntlMMsIrl 19.41 -.44 +25.9
US SmoCpn 13.05 -.05 +13.2
Lazard Insth
EngMktl 18.70 -.30 +51.4
IntlEqlnstl 14.24 -.39 +17.4
Legg Mason: Fd
OpportTrt 16.84 -.37 +14.3


SpInvnp 45.47 -.64 +14.8
ValTr p 68.42 -1.99 +9.4
Legg Mason Instl:
BFMSSmCp 11.50 -.02 +13.8
VaTrFI p 74.20 -2.15 +10.2
ValTrInst 75.37 -2.19 +10.5
Leuthold Funds:
Corelnvs n 17.39 -.08 +17.9
Longleaf Partners:
Partners 31.50 -.27 +8.1
Intl n 17.38 -.40 +14.8
SmCap 27.52 -.35 +15.8
Loomis Sayles:
LSBondl 13.76 ... +6.8
*torlncC 14.23 ... +5.3
LSBOndR 13.73 +6.6
SttlncA 14.17 -.01 +6.0
Lord Abbett A:
AffillatdA p 14.32 -.20 +9.1
AIIValueA 12.08 -.18 +12.0
BalanStratA 11.34 -.09 +6.3
BondDebA p 7.83 +3.5
GlIncA p 6.90 -.03 -2,3
MIdCapA p 22.73 -.37 +13.2
RsSmCpA 29.64 -.05 +24.9
RsAmVal p 12.37 -.10 +7.5
Lord Abbett B:
AfldBpp 14.37 -.20 +5.4
BdDbB p 7,84 ... +2.9
MIdCapVyp 21.95 -.36 '+12.5


Name: Name of mutual fund and family .-
NAV: Net asset value, or puce at1 wilch.fund could be sold, Ior
1lasL oayol irs weepl. : -
Chg: Weekly net change In ithe NAV -. : ,'',;.
12 moa% rtn Tne paicenr gain or Ids for one share, including
reinvestmenl a dividends, over .12 months. .
Mutual Fund Footnotes: e Ex-capital gairs Oaltnbut'on I -
Previous day's qiutle n No-loadl tund p -Fund assets used o
pay dislnbution cosls r Redempilon lee or contingent
ctBurred sales load may apple ., Stock dividend o iploit. i-
Both p and r. x -:Ex-cash div.dend. NA No noFri.tallonr avall-
able NE -.Data In question. NN Fund does rnot wisn to be
tracked NS Fund dad nor eolst at start date
Source: Llppek, Inc. and The Assoclated,Press


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
Lord Abbelt C:,
AffildC p 14.34 -.20 +8.4
BdDbCp 7.84 -.01 +2.8
MidCapVICp 21.89 -.35 +125
Lord Abbett P:
MkICaplV'p 22.27 -.36 +13.1
Lord AbbettY:
AffY 14.35 -.20 +9.5
MdCapVlp 22.70 -.36 +13.6
MFS Funds A:
MIrAp 18.76 -.37 +11,6
MIGAp 13.03 -.36 +8.7
BondAp 12.73 +2.2
CapOpp 13.76 -.29 +8.9
EmGrAp 35.89 -.69 +16.4
GvScAdp 9.55 -.01 +2.2
GrOpA p 9,04 -.27 +5.2
HllncAp 3.81 -.01 +.,6
IntNwDA p 24.78 -.66 +27.1
MCapAp 9.47 -.15 +10.9
MuBdA 10.61 ... +3.4
MuHIA 8.44 +.6
MuFLAp. 10.16 ... +4.1
RasBondAt 10.14 -.01 +2.2
RSOhAp 22.04 -.49 +12.0
ResrhlntlA p 17.45 -.44 +23.8
TotRAp 15.56 -.14 +6.1
U111lA p 13:25 +.14 +24.8
ValueAp 23.51 -.33 +10.1
MFS Funds B:
MAITB 18.31 -.36 +10.9,
EmGrB t 33.04 -.64 +15.5
MIGB 11.90 -,33 +8.0
GvScBt 9.504 .. +1.4
HOlnBt 3.82 -.01 +2.9
MWlnBl 8.62 +3.2
TotRB t 15.55 -.14 +5.4
ValueB 23.37 -.33 +9,3
MFS Funds C:
TnRtC ty 15.61 -.14 +5.4
ValueC p 23.35 -.33 +9.4
MFS Funds I:
,RelnTIt 17.04 -.45 +24.2
Valuel. 23,60 -.34 +10.4
MFS Funds Insti:. .
.InllEqty 17.77 -.40 +20.6
MainStay Funds A:
H-16 i, .6 .,. >+4.3
MainStay Funds B
P.t'p..1 i "-'I -.61 +12.8
ConvB t 14.23 +.06 +12.2
GovtBt 8.25" ... +1.0
HIYIdBBt 6.25 -.01. +3.5
IntiEqB 13.21 -.25 +12.
SmCpGrB p 15.36 -12, +10.3
TotRIBt 19.04 -.25 +8.9
MalnStay Funds I: .
' :..',I,.I. :i ."' -.60 +9.0
Mairs & Power.
'.,,. ir,.', : i -1.71 +7.9
Managers Funds:.,
FremontBd n 10.43 -.01 +3,7
SpcEq 88.76 -1.43 +12.0
Marsico Funds:
F,., . I 0 -.56 +15.0
, -, ,, i 6 -. 53 .- li
MassMutual Instl.
: -,, ,i i. 1 71 ... +2.4
Master Select:
t,,A, 6 H3 -.27 +11.5
I.. -46 +31.3
Matthews Asian:
,',,4A.i, I -.24 +19.1
PacTiger 19.76 -'67 +29.0
Mellon Funds: '
-t,:,,',] ,.,,] l i : ... +1.9
EmOMkIs 23.80 -.28 +39.1
,,,l ,5,', 15.96 -.51. +16.1
L .':,.-'i 10.17. -21 .+10.5
hi5,.ii,' 14.21 -09 +24.3
MergerFd n 14.84 +.01 +2.7
Meridian Funds:
,.-.,ir. i"4 -.58 +6.2
Value 35.57 -.35, +9,3
Merrill Lynch A"
,,l':i.p :p :, 4 -.25 +7.0
A., V n. 31.39 -.56. .+8,4
l.i-+ ., 19.03 -.23 +14.5
GIbAlAp 17.27 -.16 +15.4
HealthAp 6.85 -.08 +20.0
NdMuhliBd 10.67 +6.0
S&P500p 15.43, -.32 +8.8
Merrill Lynch B: -
BalaCapBt 25.20 -.25 +6.2
BasVBt 30.84 -.54 +7.6
BdHIInc 5.05 .-.02 +2.8
CalnsMB 11.61 +:01, .E,
CoroBdPtIt, 11.61 ... *l1'
CplTBt 11.78 +.0t1 .:
EqultyDIv 16.28 -.06 7'.1"
EuroBt ,16.27 -.29 .16U
FocusValuelt 12.76 -.24 *.94
FundlGrBl' 17.45 -.22 2 1.,
FLMBt '10.42 +.01 .J
GIAIB t 16.93 -,16 ,*s
HealthBt 5.06 -,05 .19
LatAmBt 39.05 +.08 .79 1
MninsBt 7.88 +.01 )i
ShtTrmUSGvIt 9.11 ,+1.6
MunShtTm 9.94 +1,2
MulntmTrBt 10.27 +.02 +1.5
MNallB t 10.53 ... +3.8
NJMB t .10.67 +.01 +4.5
1NYMnBt O 11.03 +.01 +3.5
NalResTrBt 53.26 +1.92 +67.2
PacBt 22.85 -1.00 +25.5
PAMBt 11.30 +.01 .+.3
ValueOppt 23.86 -.18 +18.6
USGovt 10.10 ... +1.2
UtlTIcmt 12.41, +.06 +20.5.
WIdlncBt 6.23 '-.02 +0.7
Merrill Lynch C:
FdGrCt 17.54 -.22 +13.6
GkobAIGt 16.41 -.16 +14.5
Merrill Lynch I:
I,',11 1 -.67 +17,7
6,al:, I -.26 +7.3
Bla .vil .1 -I : -.55 +8.7
B.m'in.' 5i. -.01- +3 7'
: MB 1 ''. ... +3.0
CoreBdPFllt 11.61 ... +2.3
CplTI 11.77- +2.1
DevCaplp 24.11 -.49 +46.6
EqutyDiv 16.23 -06 +18.2
Eurot 18.97 -.32 +18.1
FocusValuel 14.09 -.27 +10.3
FundlGrl 19.44 -.24 +14.8
FLMI 10.42 +.01 +4.9
GIAII t 17.32 -.16 +15.7
Healthl 7.47 -.08 +20.3
LalAmi 40.87 +.09 +81.0
Mnlnst 7.88 ... +3.9
MunShortTm 9.94 +1.5
MulntTrI 10.27 +.02 +1.8
MNatll. 10.54 ... +4.6
NatResTrt 56.65 +2.06 +68.8
Padc 24.87 -1.09 +26.8
S&P500 15.47 '-.32 +9.1
ValueOppty 26.72 -.19 +19.9
USGovt 10.10 +2.0
UtlTIcmlt 12.44 +.06 +21.4
WIdlnc 6.23 -.03 +1.5
Metro West Fds:
TotalRetBondl 9.60 -.01 +3.8
Midas Funds:
Mldas Fdn 3.26 4 +82.2
Monetta Funds:
Manelttn 12,33 -18 .+23.5
MonlagGrI 24.49 -.04 +11.0
Morgan Stanley A:
AmOppA 28,20 -1.01 +20.8
DivGlhA 33.37 -.69 +8.6


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
GlobDIvA 14.54 -.34 +10.6
US GvtA 9.10 ... +3.1
Morgan Stanley B:
AmOppB 26.43 -.94 +19.9
DIvGthB 33.51 -.68 +8.8
GIbDivB 14.71 -.35 +10.6
GrowhB 14,15 -.36 +22.1
StralB 19.13 -.36 +10.8
Morgan Stanley D:
TaxExD 11.58 +3.7
MorganStanley Inst:
ErnMktIn 27.26 -.16 +49.5
CrPIFInst n 11.51 .. +4.7
GIValEqAn 18.00 -.43 +10.1
IntSroCpAn 24.71 -.78 +16.2
IntlEqn 20.66 -.52 1- +2T'
IntlEqBnp 20.51 -.51 +11.9
LtdDurPt n 10.31 +.01 +2.3
MCapGr n 25.77 .,. +26.8
MCGrAdv p 25.13 .. +26.5
SmCGrB np 12.64 -.01 +20.3
SmICoGrAn 13.24- -.01 +20.7
USLgCpGrA 19.81 -.50 +23.1
USReal n 24.31 -.06 +27.9
ValueAdv n 17.07 -.36 +7:9
Muhlenkmp n 86.43 -1.57 +13.1
Under Funds A:
InlernetA 21.09 -1.01 +21.5
Mutual Series:
BeaonZ 15.68 -.18 +13.1
DIscZ 26.71 -.23 +21.1
QualldZ 19.97 -.31 +14.9
SharesZ 24.22 -.18 +14.2
Neuberger&Berm Inv:
Focus n 33.08 -.54. +6.4
Genesis n 35.63 +29 +26.3
Geneslnsll 48.82 +.39 +26.5
Guardn n 17.90 -.32 +14.4
Intl r 22..9 -.12 .+31.7
Partner n 29.20 -.27 +24.4
Neuberger&Berm Tr:
Genesis n 50.92 +.40 +26.2
Nicholas Applegate:
EmgGrol 12.29 -.03 +27.9
Nicholas Group:
l :i',i ...i l I *: +2:8
ra..-.'.. ,- -.83 +82
Northeast Investors:
ri,,: : V -.03 +3.4
Northern Funds:
HiYFxlnc n 8.04 -.01 +3.5
IntlEqldxr ... NS
IntGrEqn 11.85 -.34 +17.2
LrgCapVal 12.70 -.22 +6.4
SmICapldxn 11.01 -.06 ..+16.1
Technlyn 11.90 -.35 +10.0
Nuveen Cl A:
H ill.iu. j:, "'" +.02 +7.8
Nuveen CIR
i,,r.1,.,, I,. J +.01 +3 .4
IntmDurMuBd 9.03 +.01 +3.4
Oak Assoc Fds:
A A:iii. i:Iir,..i in -.96 +3.5
Oakmnark Funds I:
Eqlyinor 25.24 -.10 +11.7
'.i..aii, 23.86 -.43 +18.0
.I 23.09 .-.52 +19.8
i'nir,,,, 20.71 -.26 +25.3.
,' ,hr..i. 40,91 -.92 +1.1
,:2iii 32.97 -.62 +7.5
Old Mutual Adv II:
i.:.',3 : :T. : -.54 +21.3
Old WeatburyFds:
,ii,-. i l -.45 +19.9
,,,l '.,'T, II : -.05 NS .
Olstein Funds:
f,,I'Ar-, 16 '1 -22 +8.2
Oppenhelmer A:
5MT,IAa 11: 1. +7.5
AM.TH'r,,l :.l +A.0.5 +8.0 '
tMii,.l. l l +0.50
CapAppAp. 43.62 -.89 +10.0
CaplncAp 11.92 -.12 +4.2
ChlncAp 9.36 -.01 +4.0
DevMktAp 37.93 -.6B +52.3
DlscFd p 46.27 -:63 + "12.6
EquityA 10.72 -.23 +14:3
GlobalA p 68.20 -1,52 +23.4
GIbIOppA 38.14 -.70 +29.8
Goldp. 25.64 -.07 +53.1
GrowthA p 30.72' -.73 +17.2.
HIghYIdAp 9.36 '-.01 +3.9
InlBdAp 5.90 .. +8.6
IntGrowp 22.3 -.51 +22:3
InltSmlCoA 21.46 -.750 -44
LTGovAp, 0.99 i..,' *I
. L sTi.t-lr 15.79 : .-. -
unti,F A 37,59. -2:85 +10.5;
Ai,'s.iiC'(os -,27 +12.7
Moli.:I'Cfp ril 1 -.15 +21.3
lCi.1i A ai -.23 +16.2
PaMu.iU.If, 1: 7' -... +8,3
AIlaiLa p r, 1 +.38 +25.9
.I."pM55'IA )4l '-:.25 +20.2
r1.r.-.As 34 ..: +6.4
J GO.1 ... +2.2
V1l6si.6 ?,r -.43 +10.8
Oppenhelmer B: I'
AMTFrMuB 10.11 -.01 +6.6
AMT-FrNY 12.91 +.04. *-
CapAppBp 40.16 -.84 -4
CaplnucBt 11.80 -:12 .- i
ChInc6t 9.35 -.01 +3.2
Equity B 10.29 -.22 +13.4
GloblBt 63.74 -.1.42 +22.4
HIYIdB I 9.21 -.01 +3.1
MnStFdB 36.57 -.83 +9.6
StrincBt 4.25 +5.8
Oppenhelmer C&M:
GlobalCp 64.81- -1.45 +22.5
MnStFdC 36.50 -.83 +9.7
Oppenhelm Quest: _
QBalA 17.83 -.39 --
QBalanC 17.52 -.38 +5.2.
QBalanB 17.51 -.38 +5.2
OOpptyA 28,73 -25 +5.0
Oppenheimer Roch:
Li.l3 A ... +5.1
LtdNYCI 3.36 +4.3
RoNIMuCI 12.31 -.01 +8.3
RoMu Ap 18.34 +.02 +8.5
RoMuB 18.32 +.01 +7.5
RcNtlMuA .12.33 -.01 +9.1
OppenhelmerY:
CapApprecY 44.65 -.92 +10.4
PIMCO Admin PIMS:
ShtTmAd p 10.01 .,, +2.7
TotRetAd n 10.57 ... +3.4
PIMCO InstI PIMS:
AIIAsset 12.86 +.02 +8.8,
CommodRR 14.89 +.26 +20.6
DevLocMkr 10.45 +.01 NS
Diverinco 11.15 +.01 +7.3
EmMktsd 11.30 +.07 +14.3
Fltglncr 10.35 +.01 +6.3,
FrgnBdUndr 10.19 -.07 -4.2
FrgnBdn 10.42 -.04 .+5,4
GlobalBdn. 9.73 -.05 -2.5
HYd n 9.78 ... +6.2
LowDurn 10.02 +2.2
LTUSP n. 11.06 -.01 +4.2
ModDurn 10.13 -.01 +2.3
RealReltur 11.85 +.0 +5.3
RealRetlnstl 11.15, +.03 +3.8'
ShortT 10.01 .: +2.9
TolReItn 10.57 .:. +3.6
TR II n. 10.05 ., +3.1
TR[IIn 9.34 ..: +3.4
PIMCO Funds A:
AlIAssetp 12.80 +.01 +8.1
ConmodRRp 14.80 +.26 +20.0
HiYIdA 9.78 .. +5.8


.12-mo.
Name NAV chg 2%rtho


PIMCO Funds B:


PIMCO Funds C-

;.JT,,T.MH i. IJ L" -I
T,:,lnii i llj i :
PiMCO Funds D



Parnassus Funds:

Pa World-
,:,-i- ,-M lj [l: I1"1 :1 | :1,1 1:
PhoenlxFunds A:
BalanA 14.65 -.13 +3.9
CapGrthnA 15.30 -.60 +6.0
In6A 11.63 -.32 +19.6
MulSStA p 4.73 .. +2.6
Pioneer Funds A:
BalancA p 10.03 -.10 +6.1
BondA p 9.21 ... +2.5
EqlncAp 29.13 -.41 +9.6
EuroSeoEqA 33,29 -.65 +15.5
GrowthA p 12.53 -37 +6.2
HighYIdAp 10.87 -.04 +5.1
IntllValA 20.64 -.61 +22.7
MdCpGrA 15.27 -.31 +9.4
MdCpVaAp 23.75 -.34 +13.4
PlonFdAp 44.56 -.76 +10,6
TaxFrneAp 11.65 ... +4,2
ValueAp 17.78 -.23 +10.4
PIoneer. Funds B:
HIYleldBt 10.91 -.05, +4.3
MldCapValB. 20.77 -.30 +12.4
Pioneer Funds C:
HIYIdC t 11.01 -.05 +4.2
Price Funds Adv:
Eqtylnc p 26.12 -.43 +7.9
Growth pn .28.53 -.58 +11.6
HiYIdp 6,91 -.0,1 +4.4
Price Funds:
Balance n 19.94 -.26 +.5
BlueChlpGn 32.96 -.73 +11.1
CalTx n 11.04 +.01 +3.7
CapAprnn 20.30 -.26 +10.5
DvGro n 22.93 -.44 +6.7
EmgEurope 20.35 +1.06 +72.3
EmMkS n 27.5 : -.09 +53.1
Eqlnc n 26.17 -.43 +8.1
Eqldxn 33.92 -.70 +9.0
Europe n 17.79 -.18 i"
FLIntm n 10.82 +.01 -
GNM n 9.52 -.01 -,
Growth n 28.74 -.59 I
SGwthinn 20.79 -.43
HIthScI n 25.82 -34 :
HiYIdn 6.92 -.01 -
ForEq n 17.71 -51 -:
IntlBdn 9.60 -.05 -4
IntlDis n 4298 -.94 .+35.0
IntlGr&lnc 'mii -1' +21.7
IntStkIn 1.,:2 t +23.0
Japan n 11.44, -.87 +38.3
LIiA.T... 28,04 +.08 +87.8
Mi .r.i. 5.14, +.01 +1.5
MdTxFrn 10.71 +.01 +3.5
r. i .,],r .-, 34.36 -.58 +26.5
.,.: i|:." 55.42 -.64 +22.9
MCapValn. i'sA, -.23 +14.6
NewAmn :. ::, -.63 +10.1
NAsia n 12.17 -.23 +32.8
NewEra n 44.61 +.91 +44.2
NwHrzn n 32.89 -.33 +20.6
Newlncon 8.99 -.01 +2.8
NYTxFn 11.36 ... +3.5
SPSBan 18.96 -.26 +9.9
PSGrowrn 23.37. -.41 +12.1
PSIncon 15.20 -14 +7.8
RealEstn 20.30 ... +25.3
R2010n 14.74 -.18. +10.1
R2015 11.36 -.15 +10.8
Retire2020n 15.84 -.22 +11.8
R2025 11;.4 -.17 +12.5
R2030n i '4 -.27 +13.5
Sciachn i6 ': .-.68 +11.,8
STBdn, 4-ir ... +2.2
SmCapSlkn,33.91 -.10 +17.9
SmCapValn 38.51 -.06 +18.6
SpecGr 18.55 -.34 +15.5
Speclnn i i., -.05 +3.5
TxFree n I,:": ... +3.7
TxFrHYan 11.95 ... +6.0
TFIntmrn 11.15 ... +2.3
TxFrSIn 5.35 ... +1.5
US Int t -.01. +1.5
US Long i i, -.01 +4.9
VATFn 11.68 +.01 +3.3
, :,.. ... .:)i -.32 +10.9
Principal Im: .
60.i,'n .. II 10 +.01 +2.5'
PIrLVIn 13,62 -.26 +10.3
PrLGI In 8.22 -.20 +12.6
Putnam Funds A:
A,..G-.a) 8.93 ... +1.4
AABiA . 11.27 -.14 +9.7
AAar, 12.38 -.21 +14.6
C TE 9.24 .. +3.1.
CATioAp 8.23 .. +3.2
,:I :E.tA I' A -.31 +8.7
C.:..-. .1(. I:": -.09 +7.4
f[i,-r 1 -.19 +15.0
C'.il..A, 9:95 +.02 +4.1
E.tl..Ap 016.95' -.35 +9.6?
EurAE.)A A 23.31 -.46 +16.9
FkTxA 9.18 ... +3.4
GeoAi 18:08: L-.24 +8.5
GIGvApx 12.20 -,09: -2.2
GIbEqty p 9.31 -.24 +14.6
GA..Aw 19.85 -.45 +8.7
Hi.Af. 62.77 -1.11 +16.9
HIYdApx 7.95 -.04 +5.0
HYAdA px 5.98 -.03 +4.6
InctlApx 6.78 -.02 +2.3
',.i".'p. 26.72 -.75 +19.4
.i,,l.(. 13.68 -.43 +20.8
I1..- p 13.73 -.31 +13.2
Mit.p 9.02 ... +3.1
rT., 9:.02 ... +2.8
r 3j1T ,. 9.24 ... +3.5
*",',C 46.66 -1.08 +16.6
*" tJA11Ap 17.99 -.40 +9.5
NYFxA p 8.68 .... +3.0
OTCAp 8.24 -.01 +17.7
PATE 9.12 -.01 .+3.0
TTxExAp 8.81 +.01 +3.3
TFInAp 14.94 ... "+2.8
TFHYA 12.97 ... +5.6
USGvAp 13.18 +.01 +2.4
UllAp_ 11.19 -.01 +14.0
v .,.A 11.00 -.16 +20.0
VoyA p 17.43 -.56 +10.0
Putnam Funds B:
CapAprt 19.32 -.47 +12.7
ClasslcEqBt 13.27 -.31 +7.9
DiscGrwth 17.47 -.18 -'i
DvrInBt 9.87 +.01 -ii
Eqlnot 16.81 -.34 +8.8
EuEqty B 22.57 -.44 +16.1
FLTxBt 9.18 ... +2.8
GeoBt 17.89 -.24 +5.7
GlIncBtx 12.17 -.07 -2.80
GCbEqtIt 8.52 -.22 +13.8
GINIRs t 28.76 +.54 +46.7
GrInBt 19.55 -.45 +7.9
HIthBt 56.57 -1.00 +16.0
HIYIdB tx 7.91 -.04 +4.2
HYAdvBix 5.91 -.02 +3.9
IncomeBtx 6.74 -.01 +1.6'
IntlEqRp 25.78 -.73 +18.5
IntlGrInt 13.48. -.42 +19.9
IntlNop t 13.02 -.24 +23.6
InvBt 12.63 -.29 +12.5
NJTxBt 9.23 +2.8
NwOppBt. 41.63 -.97 +15.7
NwValp 17.74 -.40: +8.6
NYTxBt .66 ... +2.5
OTCBt 7.27 -.01 +16.9
TxExB I 8.81 ... +2.6
TFHYBt 12.99 ... +5.0
TFInBt 14.96 +01 +2.1
USG0 Bt 13.12 +.01 +1.7
UtiB t 11.13 -.02 +13.1
VIstaBt 9.58. -.14 +19.2
VoyBt 15.23 -.48 +9.2
Putnam Funds M:
DvrIncp 9.86 +01 n.o6
Putnam FundsY:
Gr&Inc 19.89 -,45 +9.0
Income x 6.82 -.02 +2.5


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rtn
"..,,,I .6 -.

RS Funds:
.R.lH, u .1" .11 -L

n',1 *i.-,.. 1'1 .4'4 1. ,

Rainier Inv Mg:
*, .e. .: i,. ." ':" :" : :,
RleerSourcelAXP A-


i:,'ll I : :I J I 1 *






M,. a i J. '.
IntalVal p .34 -.21' +25.8
LgCpEqA p 5.37 -.10 +10.0
Mass 5.34 ... +2.4
Mich 5.26 ... +2.9
MidCapGrA 14.71 -.13 +18.8
MIdCpVal p 8.64 -.07 +23.7
Minn 5.29 ... +2.7
NswD 19.94 -.37 +6.0
NY 5.06 ... +2.9
Ohio 5.28 ... +2.5
SDGovt 4.75 ... +2.0
SmColndex 8.61 -.04 +16.6
Slockp 20.65 -.38 +11.0
StugcALA 10.34 -.15 +13.1
RiverSouree/AXP B:
DIvrEqlnc t 12.25 -.14 .+19.4
EqValp 11.65 -.10 +18,1
NewD t1 18,56 -.34' .+5.2
RiverSource/AXPY:
NewDn 20.06 -.35 +6.2
Royce Funds:
LowPrStk r 16,28 -.0 6 +21.4
MIcroCapl n 16.91 +.10 +23.7
Opplyl r 12.85 -.10 +17.3
PennMulm 11.18 -.04 +21.2
Proemerl nr 17.28 -.08 +24.7
TotRtl r 12.97 -.07 +15.1
Russell Funds S:
DivBondS 23.52 +.01 +2.2
DvEqS 45.49, -.94 +12.7
EmerMkIs 19.94 -.13 +45.8
IntlSecS 69.15 -1.89 +321.2
MstralBondS ,.,i ... +2,7
QuantEqS ,., -.07 +11.0
RESecS 46.14 -.17 +23.3
ShortDuraBdS 18.73 +.01 +1.9
S -.' ,,.': 2.52 -.32 +17.4
Russell Instl I:
Eiqry l 1i .10 -.63 +13.0
E l, :i,.20 -.85 +11.5
-,, 1 41.04 -1.21 +21.8
Russell LfePts C.
Bil I.': k II : -.13 +10.2
Russell LfePts 0:
Bil:.l i 1 Jit, -.14 +10.6
Rydex Advisor:
OTCn 10.77 -.42 +9.9
Rydex Investor:
Juno Fd 18.18 +.01 -2.7
OTCn 11.19 -.45 +10.4
SEI Portfolios:
CoreFxInAn 10.38 ..: +2.6
EmMktDbtn 11.06 +.07 +16.5
ErmgMktnp 16.11 -.15 +43.1
EqIndxAn 37.51 --.77 +9.0
HIYId0 n 8.42 ... +3.3
IntMunlA 10.84 :I +1.8
IntlEqA n 12.61 -.32 I
IntlFitAn 10.74 -.02 -
LgCGroAn 120.02 -.32 *.-
LgCValAn 21.53 -.39 +11.7
SmCGroAn 19.05 -.12 +16.4
SmCValAn 20.14 -.10 +16.3
TaxMgdLC 12.14 -.20 +11.8
SSgA Funds:
I.T..fl.l1 20.21 -.17 +51.0
: i,, '20.78 -.43 +9.1
STI Classic:
CapApp n 12.26 -.26 +1.4
CapAppAp 11.65 -.25 +0.9
CapAppCp 10.96 -.23 +0.5
HighYIdl 10.77 ... 3.6
LCpVIEqA 13.09 -.23 +8.9
LgCpRelVall 16.60 -.35 +12.3
QuGrStkCO 23.64 -.52 +4.9
SmrCapGrIn 21.92 -.19 +19.0,
TxSenGrl np 25.27 -.56 +6.0
Salomon Brothers:
BalancBp 13.04 -.08 +5.6
Opport 51.39 -.92 +16.0
Schroder Funds:
NAmEqInvn 11.49 -.23 +11.6
Schwab Funds:
IntlSSr 18.11 -43 +19.7
lOOOnvr 36.68 -.73 +10.7
lOOOSel 36.67 -73 +10.9
S&PInv 19.41 -.40 +9.0
S&PSolen 19.47 -.40 +9.2
S&PlnsiSel 9.91 -.21 +9.3
SmCplnv 23.63 -n.12 +15.5
SmCapSel 23.85 -.12 +15.7
-TotBond .:' .. +2.8
YIdPIsSel 9.66 ... +3.6
Scudder Funds A:
i- .G.i.. '"- -.69 +13.5
C'.iHir.. 1'4 : -.51 +12.0
FIgComA p 19.78 -.23 +19.3
HilncA 5.41 +5.0
MgdMuni p 9.1; +.01 +3.8,
TechA. 11.88 .-.56 +12.3
TotRelA 9.24 -.09 +7.4
US GovIA '52' ... +2.4
Scudder Funds C:
DrmHIRC 46.28 .-.51 +11.1
Scudder Funds S:
EmMkIn 11.64 +.09 +15.9
EmgMkGrnr 23.02 -.27 +44.8
GIblBdS r . 9.58 -.04 +0.6
GlobDis 40.62 -.31 +27.0
GlobalS 31.49 -.45 +31.9
Gold&Prec 21.14 -.21 +40.6
GrEurGro 30.88 -.31 +20.6
GrolncS 21.84 -.53 +9.2
HIYIdTxsn 12.87 .. +5.6
Income S 12.79 ... +2.8
IntrTxAMT 11.25 +.01 +2.4
IntermatS 51.90 -1.18 +25.0
LgCapValS r 22,01 -.49 +6.0
.LgCoGron .25.76 -.41 +13.3
A,T .'. 50.73 +.13 +80.5
M.ji.r,l,,,i 3 9.16 +.01 +4.1
MATFS 14.37 +.01 +3.4
PacOppsnr. 16.62 -.43 +29.1
ShtTmBdSn 9.97 ... +2.0
SmCoValSr 25.11 -.08 +11.8
Scudder InstU:
Eqty5001L 142.90 -2.94 +9.3-
Selected Funds:
'AmerShsD 40.68 .-.74 +13.2
'*AmShsSp 40.68 -.74 +12.8
Seligman Group:
ComunAt, .28.86 -.57 +20.8
FronlerAt 13.14 +.04 -+7.2
FronierD t 11.48 +.03 +.4
GIbSmCoA 17.44 -,10 +24.9
GlobTechA 14.45 -.33 +21.5
HIYBdAp 3.32 -.01 +3.0
Sentinel Group:
ComStk Ap 30.45 -.35 +11.8
SmCoAp 7.62 ... +16.7
Sequoia 164.18 -3.01 +7.7
Sit Funds:
LargeCpGrn 37.81 -.61 +15.6
Smith Barney A:
AgGrAp 111.03 -.85 +20.8
ApprAp 14.51 '.24 +6.6
FdValAp 14.89 -.21 +10.5
HltncAt. 06.78 ... +4.2
InIlAIICpGrAp 12.88 -.40 +16.9
LgCapGAp 22.860 -.67 +9.1
MgMuAp 15.35 +.01 .3.2
SBCaplncA 17.43 -.06 +11.8
Smith Barney B&P:
AgGrBt 99.26 -.78 +19.8
ApprBIt 14.18 -.23 +6.0
FdVaIBt. 13.94 -.20 +9.5
LgCapGBt 21.48 -.63. +8.3
SBCaplnct 17.28 -.07 +11.1
Smith Barney C:
AggGrC 99.95 -.79 +19.9
FdValC0 13.95 -.19 +9,56
.LrgCapCrl 12.82 -.21 +19.6
LgCapC p 21.47 -.63 +6.2
Smith Barney 1:
DivStratl 10.6,45 -.25 +3.0


12-mo.
Name NAV chg %rton

Smith Barney Y:

L-': n1" I.. .: -',, .ii
St FarnnAsaoC'


Stration Funds.



SunAmerica Funds:

SunAmerica Focus:
iFLY I:C i:. i ":," "i: *.ii-
TCW Gailleo Fds:

-ll'.-T: .i' I; -,: ha *111
TCW GalIleo N.
SelEqtyN p 19.73 -.89 +9.9
TIAA-CREF Funds:
BondPlus 10.18 ... +2.5
Eqtylndex 9.09 -.18 +11.0
Groinc 13.08 -.27 +11.9
GroEqty 9.72 -.27 +10.8
HIYIdBond 9.13 +.01 +38
IntlEqty 12.45 -.29 +22.3
MgdAlIc 11.54 -.15 +9.0
ShITnTBond 10.37 ... +2.0
SocChcEqty 9.83 -.18 +11.9
TaxExBond 10.80 +.02 +2.6
Tamarack Funds:
EntlalmCp 29.01 -.21 NA
Value t 39.04 -.83 NA
Templeton Instit:
EmMS p 20.04 -.12 +401
FotEqS 22.84 -.41 +19.9
Third Avenue Fds:
Intl r 21.85 -.08 +22.1
RealEstVal r 29.6 +.03 +13.0
SmlCapn 25.09 +.08 +17.1
Value 55.30 -.63 +20.0
Thompson Plumb:
Growth n 44.75 -.99 +1.3
Thornburg Fds:
InUoValAp 24.40 -.12 +26.5
IntlValue t 24.85 -.12 +27.1
LIdMunAp 13.50 ... +1.7
ValueAt 34.28, -.62 +15.4
Thrlvent Fds A:
HlghYld 5.07 -.01 +4.7.
Income 8.3 -.01 +2.0
.ii: >.'xi.: l.: i'.:t 17.45 -.22 +23.8
MunlBd 11.41 ... +3.3
Torray Funds;:
Fund 39.16 -1.05 +5.9
TA IDEX A:
JanGrowp 26.14 -.69 *11.
GrsCoGlob p 26.24 -.65 '
TrConHYB px 9.07 -.03 .+3.8
TAlexincoipx 9.43 -.02 +2.2
TA IDEX C:
AsAIMooGrt 12.17 -.13 +13.4
Turner Funds:
MIdcpGwth 28.81 -.26 +22.4
,,li;r-. ". -.12 +18.9
Tweedy Browne:
E,s.-.lil :i. "- -.32 +16.2
UBS Funds Cl A:,
sDynAlphal 10.82 -.09. NS
GlobAlot 13.5900 -.21 +10.1
UBS Funds Cl C:
GlobAllo p 13.36 -.21 +9.3
UBS PACE Fds P:
LCGrEqtyPn 16.55 -.34 +11.1
i.-m.lP,' :A i2 -.35 +16.1
UMB Scout Funds:
-,i,, :. : -.53 +28.3
US Global Investors:
AIIAm 27.42. -.43 +22.3
EtnEurn p 45.47 +1.98 +68.7
GIbRso n 15.81 +.43 +69.7
GIdShr 12.00 0 17 +59.5
USChina 8.03 -.22 +30.3
WIdPrcMin n. 22.91 +.04 +58.3.
USAA Group:
AgsvGth n 31.46 -.88 +12.6
CABdn 11.18 +.01 +3.8
CornlStr n 26.20 -.33 +9.6
GNMA 9.63 -.01 +2.9
GrTaxStrn 14.46 -.12 +10.0
Grwthn .15.35 -.48 +15.8
Gr&lncn 18.67 -.36 +11.4
"IncStkn 15.49 ,.26 +10.9
Income n 12.26 +.01 +3.1
Inltln. 24.07 -.55 +20.4
NYBd n 12.03 +.01 +3.7
PrecMM 22.75 -.29 +57.4
SO&Pdxn 18.91 -.39 +9.1
SciTech 10.94 -.34 +22.9
ShTBndn 8.85 ... +2.5
SmICapStkn 13.90 -.14 +15.3
TxEITn 13.22 +.01 +3.2
TxELT n 14.10 +.01 +3.7
TxEShn 10.63 ... +2.0
VABd 11.64 ... +2.9
WIdGrn 10.20 -.41 +13.3
Value Une Fd:
Levrge Gth n 23.25 -.18 +21.3
Van Kamp Funds A:
.: Ii t. .l I .02 +3.2
r.:.40, 1 Is- -.37 +7.3
C.:..T-Ch+]A 6! -.01 +2.6
A.T.,..,A. '?; -.87 +16.0
EntAp 13.29 -.37 +11.7
i.'rvi...,. i 8.77 -.10 +11.4
E,.,;, : -3.72' +12.9
GlUbFranp _iu' -.22 +162
GvScAp I.:: ... ._ :.
GrInAp 20.71 '-39 -i.
HarbAp 14.91. -01 -
HIghY lA 3.52 ... +2.4'
HYMuAp' 10.93" -.02 +7.4
InTFAp 18.55 +.02 +3.5
MunlnAp 14.72 +.01 +3.4
PA TFA p 17.37 +.01 +3.6
PaceFndAp .10.73 -.27 +23.1
StrMunlne 13.29 ... +6.7
US MtgeA 13.67 ... +2.3
UtilityAp 19.52 +.17 +21.5
Van Kamp Funds B:
Cmstst 17.78 -.37 +6.5
EmGrBt 36.44 -.75 +15.1
EnterpB t 12.10 -.34 +10.8
EqlncBt 8.62 -.11 +10.4
GrIncBt 20.52 -.39 +13.3
HYMuBt 10.93 -.02 +6.6
MunlnB n- 14.68 +.01 +2.15
PA1TFB1nt 17.32 +.01 +2.8
StMunlinc 13.28 ... +5.9
US Mtge B 13.61 -.01 +1.5
UtilB 19.47 +.16 +20.5
Van Kamp Funds C:
CommStkC 17.79 -.37 +6.5
EqIncCt 8.66 -.11 +10.5
Vanguard Admiral:
AssetAdmlon 57.51 -1.19 +9.0
BalAdmin 20.05 -.22 +8.0
CAITAdmn 11.04 +.01 +2.3
CALTAdm. 11.75 +.01 +3.9
CpOpAdI n .79.69 -1.04 +19.8
Energy n 117.11 +3.29 +62.8
EqIncAdml 48.24 -.77 +8.5
EuropAdmI 66.83 -1.24 +16.7
ExplAdml 72.61. -.66 +19.4.
ExnrdAdmn 35.43 -.37 +19.4
FLLTAdm n 11.68 +.01 +2.8
500Admrln 116.24 -2.39 +S.3
GNMA Adm n 10.36 -.01 +3.6
GrolncAdm 52.48 -1.32 +9.6
GrwnhAdmIn' 27.83 -.64 +10.1
HIthCaren 59.55 -1.14 +20.2
HiYldCpn 6.18 -.01 +3.8
HIYIdAdmsn 10.84 +.01 +4.4
InsdLTAdmln 12.68 +.01 +3.5.
ITBondAdml 10.38 -.01 +1.9
ITsryAdmln 10.94 -.01 +2.5
IntlGrAdml 68.35 -1.61 +22.2
ITAdmln 13:38 +.01 +2.6
ITCoAdmd 9.80 -.01 +2.3
LtdTrmAdm 10.73 +.01 +1.7
LTGrAdml 9.52 -.02 .3.6
LTsryAdmi 11.58 ... +5.4
LTAdmlin 11.31 .. +3.2.
MCpAdmin 82.62 -.67 +22.2
MorgAdm 55.96 -1.22 +15.9
NJLTAdn 11.88 +.01 .3.2
NYLTAd m 11.33 +.01 .3.0
PnnCapr 60.61 -.90 +17.1
PaclfAdml 74.06 -3.47 +26.2
PALTAdmn 11.41 +.01 +3,0
REITAdmIr 88.03 -.15 +23.1
STsryAdml 10.34. ... +2.3


I I FUTURSI


Exp. Open High Low


Settle Chg


CORN (CBOT)
5,000 bu mlnimum- cents per bushel
Mar 06. 205.00 205.00 203.00 205.00
May06 215.00 215.00. 213.00 215.00 +.00
Jul06. 223.00 224.00 222.00 223.00
Sep,06 233.00 233.00 231.00 232.00 +.00
Dec 06 242.00- 243.00 241.00 242.00 +.00
Mar07 249.00 249.00 248.00 249.00
May 07 253.00 254.00 253.00 254.00 +.00
Est. sales 107,939. Thukrts sales 89,926
ThuRses open Int. 872,564, -280
OATS (CBOT)
5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel
Mar06 188.00 191.00 187.00 190.00 +3.00
May06 183.00 184.00 183.00 184.00 41.00
Jul06 173.00 173.00 173.00 173.00 -.00
Sep 06 165.00 165:00 165,00 165.00
Dec 06 158.00 158.00 157.00 158.00
May07 158.00 158.00 158.00 158.00
Jul07 158.00 158.00 '158.00 158.00
Est. sales 1,057. Thumoes sales 775
Thuslias open int. 9,867, -32
WINTER WHEAT (KCBT)
5,000 bu minimraum- cents per ushel
Mar 06 383.00 384.00 379.00 384.00 +1.00
May06 384.00 384.00 380.00 384.00 +1.00
Jul06 382.00 382.00 376.00 381.00 -.00
Sep06 384.00 386.00 383.00 '386.00 +1.00
Dec 06 396,00 396.00 390.00 395.00 +1.00
Mar 07 398.00 398.00 398.00 398.00
Jul07 386.00 386.00 386.00 386.00 -1.00
Est. sales 13,912, ThuVus sales 19,298
ThuSms open int. 131,327, +2,431
COTTI'ON 2 (NYBT)
50o000 Ibs.- cents per Ib.
Mar 06 55.76 56.65 55.76 56.57 +.81
May 06 57.05 57.60 57.00 57.59. +.71
Jul 06 57.95 58.50 57.90 58.30 +.55
Oct06 59.00 59.00 58.60 59.00 +.35
Dec 06 59.90 60.00 59.70 59.98 +.38
Mar 07 61.70 61.70 61.55 61.65 +.30
May07 61.95 61.95 61.95 61,95 +.20
Est. sales 21,083. Thulas sales 14,627
Thusms open int. 115,751, +1,792
COCOA (NYBT)
10 metric tons-$ per ton
Mar06 1525 1575 1520 1548 -5
May06 1550 1591 1546 1569 -6
Jul06 1569 1612 1568 1590 -6


Exp. Open High Low Settle Chg

Sep06 1590 1610 1590 1610 -6
Dec 06 1630 1640 1630 1637 -6
Mar07 1645 1663 1645 1663 -7
May07 1682 1682 1682 1682 -7
Est. sales 10,882. Thul=ms sales 12,606
ThuAss open Int. 132,598, +1,447
SUGAR-WORLD 11 (NYBT)
112,000 Ibs.-cents per lb.
Mar06 16.30 17.21 16.26 17.15 +1.03
May06 16.10 17.00 16.10 16.90 +.97
Jul 06 15.46 15.96 15.41 15.96 +.68
Oct06 15.21 15.75 15.20 5.75 +.68
Mar07 15.05 15.55 15.05 15.53' +.60
May07 14.85 15,40 14.85 15.33 +.57
Jul07 14.47 15.00 14.47 14.93 +.53
Est. sales 153,049. Thu'o s sales 106,883
Thus's open int. 528,656, -1,116
CATTLE (CME)
40,000 lbs.- cents per Ib.
Feb06 95.15 96.60 94.80 95.77 -.35
Apr06 93.65 94.95 93.35 94.12 -.52
Jun 06 86.60 87.55 86.40 87.05 -.32
Aug06 85.15 86.05 85.10 85.67 -.25
Oct06 88.00 89.10 88.00 88.70 -.12
Dec 06 89.20 89.70 88.90 89.55 -.07
Feb 07 90.25 90.65 90.25 90.55 -.07
Est. sales 46,541. Thutms sales 33,089
Thuems open Int. 235,989, +3,089
FEEDER CATTLE (CME)
50,000 Ibs.- cents per lb.
Jan06 112.00 112.90 111.90 112.60 +.15
Mar06 111.30 112.10 110.40 111.47 -.22
Apr06 111.75 112.85 111.10 112.12 -.20
May06 112.20 112.90 111.55 112.50 -.15
Aug06 112.40 113.40 112.00 113.17 -.22
Sep06 112.00 112.60 112.00. 112.60 -.30
Oct06 111.70 112.25 111.60 112.00 -.30
Est. sales 4,027. Thun sales 5,091
Thuo'ms open nt. 33,152, +191
HOGS-Lean (CME)
40,000 Ibs.- cents per lb.
Feb 06 59.20 59.40 58.80 59.25 +.60
Apr 06 64.25 64.30 63.50 63.90 +.32
May 06 67.00 67.45 67.00 67.42 +.62
Jun 06 70.25 70.40 69.67 70.32 +.47
Jul 06 67.75 68.10 67.65 67,90 +.32
Aug 06 64.90 65.20 64.90 65.20 +.55
Oct 06 55.35 55.70 55.35 55.55 +.25
Est. sales 21 058. Thuas sales 28,098o 3


. pxE Open High Low


Settle Chg


Thutas open Int. 134,162, -300
GOLD (COMX)
100 troy oz.- dollars per troy oz.
Jan 06 553.50 553.50 553.50 553.50 -4.90
Feb06 559.10 568.50 552.70 554.00 -5.00
Mar06 565.00 570.50- 556.10 556.30 -5.00
Apr06 564.40 573.70 557.00 558.90 -5.00
Jun06 569.30 578.50 562.50 563.80-4.90
Aug06 572.80 579.00 568.70 568.70 -4.90
Oct06 587.00 587.00 573.50 573.50 -4.90
Est sales .... Thus'ss sales 88,374
Thuoes open Int. 363,740, +4,127
SILVER (COMX)
5,000 troy oz.- cents per troy oz.
Jan 06 888.0 888.0 888.0 888.0 -17.8
Feb06 889.5 889.5 889.5 889.5 -17.8
Mar06 911.0 927.5 885.0 893.0 -17.8
May 06 921.5 935.0 899.0 900.6 -17.9
Jul 06 930.5 945.0 900.0 908.5 -17.7
Sep06 938.0 941.5 915.3 915.3 -17.7
Dec 06 942.0 957.5 912,0 924.1 -17.7
Est. sales .... Thulms sales 18,315
ThAu'es open int. 129,572, -338
HI GRADE COPPER (COMX)
25,000 lbs.- cents per Ib.
Jan06 215.00 215.80 211.80 213.00 -2.60
Feb06 212.50 214.20 210.60 210,80 -2.70
Mar06 211.00 212.20 208.20 209.00 -2.10
Apr06 209.60 209.60 207.25 207.25 -2.10
May06 206.60 207.80 204.10 204.85 -1.95
Jun06 205.30 205.30 202.85 202.85 -1.95
Jul06 202.20 202.20 199.50 200.00 -1.80
Est. sales .... Thus'=s sales 8,168
Thut=ss open Int. 101,585, +114
EURODOLLARS (CME)
$1 million-pts of.100 pct.
Feb06 95.317 95.322 95.317 95.320
Mar06 95.250 95.260 95.245 95.250
Apr006 95.220 95.230 95.215 95.225 +.005
May06 95.180 95.200 95.180 95.200 +.010
Jun06 95.185 95.205 95.175 95.195 +.010
Jul06 95.200 95.200 95.200 95.200 +.015
Sep 06 95.210 95.230 95.190 95.220 +.015
Esl sales 313,572. Thus'Bms sales 1.895,678
Thusves open Int. 8,740,137, -138,045
LUMBER (CME)
.110,000 bd. t.-$ per 1,000 bd. L.
Mar 06 360,4 366.0 358.3 363.8 +4.5
May06 359.0 363.0 355,0, 361.8 +2,4


Exp. Open High Low Settle Chg

Jul06 350.0 352.6 348.0 352.2 +.8
Sep 06 353.0 353.0 348.0 352.0 +.9
Nov 06 342.8 342,8 342.8 342.8 +2.7
Est. sales 1,352. Thutsos sales 1,697
Thaiils open int 5,457, -376
NATURAL GAS (NYMX)
10,000 nmr btusAs,. $ per mmn btu
Feb06 6.950 9.440 8.938 9.280 +.375
Mar06 9.153 9.600 9.126 9.441 +.359
Apr06. 9.160 9.580 9.107 9.451 +.354
May06 9.199 9.600 9.199 9.516 +.344
Jun 06 9.325 9.650 9.320 9.601 +.342
Jul06 9.377 9.750 9.377 9.676 +.345
Aug06 9.450 9.800 9.450 9.745 +.345
Est. sales.... Thusn sales 70,778
Thuo2ss open Int 548,459, +482
UNLEADED GASOLINE (NYMX)
42,000 gal, cents per gal '
Feb06 177.90 184.70 177.90 181.70 +4.10
Mar06 183.00 189.50 183.00 186.74 +3.97
Apr06 194.20 199.50 193.94 197.44 +3.97
May06 196:10 199.75 195.77 199.34 +3.97
Jun06 197.45 203.00 197.40 200.74 +4.02
Jul06 198.45 201.04 198.18 201.04 +4.02
Aug06 198.00 200.54 197.54 200.54 +3.92
Esa sales .... Thusmes sales 61,290
Thu'mesopen int. 155,913,+1,673
HEATING OIL (NYMX)
42,000 gal, cents per gal
Feb06 179.80 189.20 179.75 186.72 +7.03
Mar 06 183.50 192.00 183.45 189.77 +6.36
Apr06 185.00 192.30 185.00 190.82 +5.81
May 06 186.79 192.50 186.78 191.57 +5.30
Jun 06 1687.66 194.00 187.65 192.47 +4.96
Jul06 190.12 195.00 190.12 193,57 +4.66
Aug06 191.97 195.80 191.97 195.37 +4.51
Esi sales.... ThuRlss sales 56,351
Thusmos open Int 170,357, +179
LIGHT SWEET CRUDE (NYMX)
1,000 bbl.- dollars per bbl.
Feb06 66.85 68.80 66.78 68.35 +1.52
Mar06 67.12 69.15 67.12 68.48 +1.29
AprOO 67.72 69.58 67.72 68.96 +1.27
May06 68.03 69.90 68.03 6929. +1.25
Jun06 68.45 70.14 68.35 69.54 +1.25
Jul 06 68.50 69.80 68.49 69.74 +1.23
Aug 06 68.65 70.04 68.65 69.88 +1.21
Est. sales... Thutms sales 264,181
Thuhans open Int. 908,467, +3,810


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MUTUALFUNDS


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Name NAV chg %rtn
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L:A ITF.r In 2.3e -.is r11

Convt n 13.78 -.07 +12.6
DvidendG rl12.54 -24 +8.11

EqfnI. n '.01 -.'37 +8.4
LTV..iIATyn. 1ii 5 5.211










ExplorerTn 78.00 -.71 +19.2
Mij..iil.T, ,1. :ii + ,I4









uFLLTn 1.:68 +.01 +2.8
GNMAtn 13.38 -.01 +12.5
GlobEq nd r 12.54 -.374 +17.3


GrElnn 3.01 -.371 +9.4

HYplor n 7.180 -.71 +.2
H LTn 11:0 +.01 +2.9




HMAn 10.34107 -.01 +3.0

16flaProIT in 2524 +.03 + 3.5
InlbEpr n 1.07 -.3742 +17.

InlGlr 21.48 -.51 +21.9
Graln n 32.13 -.76 +25.4
ewlGrade 10.9 -... +1+2.7
HYsryn 10.94 -.01 +32.
HIFECaron 141.07 -2.71 +0.0
UInpEP n 12.24 +.03 +4.5



UInFErln 18.57 -.42 +9.1
TInGr2d n 91.45 -.01 +23.5

IMorgan n 35.91 -.739 +5.7
ITHsryn 10.84 -.01 +42.3
MLEnsLg n 12.68 -.1 +..95
LIaxGrdS 21.31 -13 +11.7






Mulntan 13.38 -+.0 +4.5
MuLtdsn 10.73 -+.2 +1.1
Weltndadon 0.52 -.02 +3.5





MuLong 11.31 ... +9.2
MWrgann n 1.05 -.39 +15.7


MuSHYn 10.54 +.01 +4.39


NJLTn 12.68 +.0 +3.5
MNlnin 13.33 +.01 +2.5
MkttO n 10.70 +.01 +1.75

Mubropn 15.80 +.01 +1.9

ExTns 11.33 +41. +2.0
OHLITTxE n 12.04 +.01 +2.9
PALTon 11.41 +.01 +3.0
PrcMlsMin r 25.24 +.10 +62.0
rmCpCormIn 11.68 -.13 +19.0.
PnScp r 67.07 -.88 +17.0
SlValu r 18.02 -.43 +12.2
STARh 19.88 -24 +11.0
STIGrade 10.03 +2.6
STFoedn .10.27 -.01 +2.0
STsrly n 10.34 .. +2.1
StraltEqn 22.65 -.25 +19.0
TgRet2015 s 11.58 -.10 +7.5
TgtRo2025 11.91 -.13 +8.6
ix-innI0 12.43 -.19 +10.5
-.r.1.: :,, 30.15 -.63 +12.1
TxMGl r 27.46 -.57 +9.3
TaxMngdlnllm11.68 -.32 +19.9
TaxMgdSCr 23.62 -.11 +17.7
USGron 18.18 -.54 +17.3
USVales n 13.83 -.28 +10.8
Wellslyn 21.23 -.10 +4.8
Weltnn I 30.76 -.20 +10.6
Wndsrtn 17.33 -.38 +9.7
Wndslln 31.72 -.48 +10.6
Vanguard Idx Fds: ,
500 n 116.23 -2.39" "+8.2
Balanced n .20.05 -.22 +7.9
DeoMktn 10.39 -.29 +19.5
EMktn '20.14 -.30 +44.5
Europe n 28.46 -.52 +15.6
Extendn 35.41 -.37 +19.2'
Growth n 27.83 -.63 +9.9
ViBondn 10.38 -.01 +1.8
LgCapldxn 22.66 -.460 +10.7
LTBondn 11.86 -.01 +4.0
MidsCap 18.21 -.15 "+22.1
Paciflcn 11.31 -.53 +26.0
REITr 20.63 -.04 +23.1
SmCapn 290.62 -.21 +17.6
Sm[CpGrow 17.13 -.12 +19.7
SmICapVal 15.06 -.11 +15.6
STBondIn 9.93 -.01 +1.6
TolBnn 10.09 ... +2.4
C,:.li',,, 14.59 -38 +,22.4
-..i'ait 30.48 -.56 +11.4
iu, A ,, f',. -.41 +,11.4
Vanguard Inst Fds: .
Baolnstn 20.05 -.22 +8.0
DevMktlnst n 10.30 -.28 1 IA
Euarolnstn 28.48 -.352 1i
Extlnn. 35.44 -.37 +19.5
Growthlnsll 27.84 -3 +10.1
InfPronst no 9.79 +.03 A3.6
Instldxn 115.31 -2.38 +9.3
InsPIn. 115.32 -2.37 +9.4
TollBddxron 50.93 -.03 +2.5
IhstTStPlus 27.44 -.1 +11.6
MidCaplnstlln 18.2 -.15 +22.3
PalnstIn T 11.32 -.54, +212
STCpIn n 29.64 -21 +17.8
TBIlstn Olo ... 0+2.5
TSlnstn 51'J7 -.517 .11-
Dad-i.is1i n8I -.41 -11
Vantagepoint Fds: :. s .
,ri.':lp I9.4 -.10. "+19.6
CoriBondldxl 9.95 .., +2.1
Eqtylnc- 9.00 -.12 +.10.0. .
Growrthn. 8.75 -.21 +9.
Graw&ln 10.78 -.19 .+11.0
MPLongTernnGr22.43 -.32 +11,4
MPTradGnwth 22.68 -.26 +8.9
Victory Funds:
DvsSltA 17.23, -.33 +13.6
WM Blair FdsInst:
InsGiwth 18.62 -.44 +31,0
WM Blair Mt Fds: .
InlGrowthl r 26.25 -.61 +30.1
WM Grp of FdsA:
EqtylnoAp 20.30 -.20 +14.6
WMStr Asset Mgmt:
5.l--,', t13 76 -A16 +8.6
Bo.r.,.ltIl 1:n -.17 .+7.8
ConGrwBt 14.86 '-.24 +9.7
. ConGrAp 15.31 -.25 +10.6
.StratGrAp 16.82 -.31 +11.8
Weddell& Reed Adv. _. -. .. ..
Acoumultiv 6.94 -.06 +16.3
AssetS p 9.49 -.07 +32.9
CoralnvA 6.35 -.03 +15.8
HIghinc 7.32 +.01 +3.2
NwGcptAp 10.42 -.13 +19.2
ScTeChA 1124 -.26 +23.4
VanguardA 9.70 -.19 +21.9
Wasatch:
CoreGrth 41.84 -.28 +9.8
SrmCapGrth 37.46 -.38 +122
Welz Funds:"
PartVal 23.04 -.34 +1.2
Value n 35.87 -.50 +1.0
Wells Fargo Ad Adm:
Index 50.64 -1.04 +9.1
Wells Fargo Adv A:
AsetAlA 20.21 -.35 +8.0
Wells Fargo Adv: .
CmSltkZ 22.46 -.11 +20.6
GovSecn 10.49 -.01 +2.3
Growthlnvn 21.75 -.35 +18.8
Opptntylnvn 46.28 -.32 +14.4
SSCapValZp 31.59 +.16 +26.3
UltStlnv 9.14 -.01 +3.6
Wells Fargo Admln:
DvrsEqi 38.42 -.83 +12.1
GrthBraln 29.45 -.50 +9.1
LoCoGr 48.86 -1.61 +11.5
Western Asset:
CorePlus 10.46 -.01 +3.2
Core 11.30 -.01 +2.9
Westport Funds:
SalooCpl 24.80 -.24 +13.3
William Blair N:
GrawIhN 11.41 -.22 +15.0
InOlGlhN 25.92 -.60 +29.6
Yscktman Funds:
Fundp 14.80 "10 +1.9













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Promotional information from the Citrus County Chamber of Commerce


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JANUARY 22, 2006
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Chamber of Commerce

Board of Directors

Kevin Cunningham ................ RE/MAX Realty One
President
Carl Flanagan ........................... Nature Coast Bank
President-elect
James Holder ..........................AmSouth Bank
Past President
Leanne Hadsell ......... ....... .Citrus Management Services
Secretary
Karen Dixon .................... Central Florida State Bank
Treasurer
John Barnes .......................... J&K Consultants
Richard Bradtmuller ...................Publix Supeimarket
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
Dick Dolbow ............... ....Citrus County School District
Mike Fitzpatrick ................................. Sprint
Jim Harvey...............Central Florida Community College
Rocky Hensley ........ ........SunTrust Bank, Nature Coast
Mike Moberley .... ..................Tropical Window Inc.
Gerry Mulligan ...................Citrus County Chronicle
Jim Neal ..............................James A. Neal, Jr. PA
Richard Olpinski .......... ... ....... .Associate Member
Jack Reynolds ............... ...Homosassa Springs Bank
Frances Roberts ...........Best Western Crystal River Resort
Don Sutton. ..........................Associate Member
Don Taylor ..................Progress Energy Florida Inc.
Rob Wardlow ...........Williams, McCranie, Wardlow & Cash
Janice Warren .............. ........ .Tax Collector
Rick Welch .................Welch Cabinet & Appliances
Chet White ............ ..................Stanley Steemer
Jahet Yant......... .........................JDP Kennel


Chamber Staff

Kitty Barnes ............... .... ..... Executi\ e 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


Thank you, volunteers and sponsors


2006 Manatee Festival

was another success
The wind blew hard on the opening day
of the Manatee Festival, but die-hard festi-
val-goers still braved the chill and visited
the fine artists and craft booths, ate deli-
cious hot food and listened to entertain-
ment provided at this year's Manatee
Festival.
Sunday brought a chill, but the sun was
warming and the wind was mild.
The overall success of this festival could


not have been achieved if it weren't for
sponsors and volunteers.
The Citrus County Chamber of
Commerce offers our heartfelt thank you
to these individuals.
Once again, we thank our sponsors:

Platinum Sponsors
Progress Energy
St. Petersburg Times
Sprint Yellow Pages' (Published by R. H.
Donnelley)
Gold Sponsors
Citrus CountY Chronicle


Silver Sponsors
SunTrust Banks
Seven Rivers Regional Medical Center
The Crystal Manatee Suites
WOW 104.3
ERA American Realty & Investments -
Crystal River/Homosassa
Bronze Sponsors
Sherwin-Williams
Bay Area Air Conditioning
Plantation Inn & Golf Resort
RE/MAX Realty One
Nick Nicholas Ford
Gulf Coast Ford


Pediatric & Internal Medicine Specialists, P.A.


JIM SHIELDSSpe,:3al Uire Cnr,ronicle
Recently, the Citrus County Chamber of Commerce welcomed Dr. Dacelin St. Martin and Pediatric & Internal Medicine Specialists, P.A., ,
as new chamber members with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Pictured above, from left, front row, are: Bob Collins; Drew Sherman; Tammy
Higgins; Antoinette St. Martin; Dr. Dacelin St. Martin, M.D., FAAP; Meghan Drake; Gloria Brown; Sara Heaton; Joanie West, chamber
ambassador; and Rhonda Lestinsky, chamber ambassador. In the back row are: John Porter, chamber ambassador; Kitty Barnes, cham-
ber executive director; Becky Byers; Jerry DeLoach; Ryan Beaty; Larry Blanken, chamber ambassador; Jo Ellen Knight; Russell Raul;
Robin Barclay; Shirley Rodriguez; Krys Baum; and Rachel Benoit. Dr. St. Martin is board certified in pediatric and internal medicine. He
is accepting new patients and can be reached at 527-6888. The office is at 20 Regina Blvd. in Beverly Hills. They also invite you to
visit their Web site at www.pedimhealth care.com.


Member News


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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
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THE PATH mission, which
houses people with the inten-
tions of helping them become
self sufficient, will host. a yard
sale in the Wal-Mart parking
lot on Saturday, Jan. 28.
All kinds of furniture, cloth-
ing, household goods and
baked goods will be offered
All proceeds will benefit the
shelter.
The elementary teachers of
Seven Rivers Presbyterian
Church school are taking on
most of the responsibility and
work of the sale. Call 527-6500
for more information.
Mn E
Birders from the novice to
experienced are invited to
participate in twb Eagle Watch
programs at CITRUS COUN-
TY LANDFILL'S Eagle Snag
Trail on Saturday, Feb. 11,
beginning at 3 p.m.
Participants should come to
the landfill gate at 2:45 p.m.
Dick Blewett, coordinator of
Citrus County birding trails
and a lifelong birder, will be-
leading this Eagle Watch.
If you have binoculars, spot-'
ting scopes or field guides
bring them with you. Ten to 12
eagles have been seen at the
landfill recently.
The Citrus County Landfill
is on State Road 44 between
Lecanto and Inverness.
A short talk on the American
Bald Eagle will also be pre-
sented.
Participants will be carpool-
ing on this driving trail. The
activity should last until 4:30


p.m. For more information,
please call Dick Blewett at
382-1573.
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LIBERTY TAX SERVICE is
ready to serve the early refund
customer stampede.
The Liberty tax office in
Inverness will extend its hours
to help make it easier to meet
your needs.
Our hew extended hours
will be from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.,
Monday through Saturday,
Jan. 23, continuing through
Feb. 10.
Enjoy coffee and doughnuts
while you have you r taxes pre-
pared.
Liberty Tax has more than
2,000 offices operating in the
United States and Canada.
The company provides free
tax advice and free checking
of self-prepared returns at
each office.
In January 2006, Entre-
preneur magazine ranked
Liberty Tax Service as 10th on
its Franchise 500 overall list of
best franchises.
Accounting Today magazine
in March 2005 ranked Liberty
fastest growing on its list of top
100 tax and accounting compa-
nies.
Greg Perrone, branch owner
of RAYMOND JAMES FINAN-
CIAL SERVICES INC., a lead-

ing nationwide financial serv-
ice firm, at The Shoppes of
Citrus Hills at Publix, 2657 N.
Forest Ridge Blvd., Hernando,
527-3700, is pleased to


announce that Heather Allen
has joined Raymond James as
a financial adviser.
Heather comes to Raymond
James from AG Edwards.
Founded in 1974, Raymond
James Financial Services has
more than 2,100 independent-
ly owned offices nationwide
and is a member of the
National Association of
Securities Dealers (NASD)
and the Securities investor
Protection Corporation
(SIPC).
Raymond James Financial
Services provides a wide
range of services through its
affiliate, Raymond James &
Associates, a -member of the
New York Stock Exchange.
Raymond James Financial
Services and Raymond James
& Associates, headquartered
in St Petersburg, are wholly
owned subsidiaries of Ray-
mond James Financial Inc.
(NYSE-RJF)
Raymond James' Web site is
http://www.raymondjames.co
m/TheShoppesofCitrusHills/.
More than 2 million
Americans suffer from schizo-
phrenia in, any given year. It
can be terrifying, with symp-
toms such as' phantom voices
and a belief that others are try-
ing to control or hurt them.
Treatment helps, but for
.most patients, schizophrenia
never goes away completely.
On Monday, Feb. 6 at 5:30
p.m., Citrus County resident
can see for themselves what


schizophrenic patients and
their families go through. The
documentary "Out of the
Shadow" will be presented at,
the CENTRAL FLORIDA
COMMUNITY COLLEGE
LECANTO CAMPUS at 3800 S.
Lecanto Highway.
The screening will be fol-
lowed by panel discussion and
question-and-answer session,
focusing on the effectiveness of'
treatment and how more'
patients are living productive'
lives. Light refreshments will;
be served.
To register for this free'
event, call 746-6721, Ext. 6140.
Directed, produced and pho-
tographed by Susan Smiley,
"Out of the Shadow" chronicles -
her mother, Millie, during her
battle with schizophrenia and
her trials with the public
health care system.
A story of madness, dignity,
shame and love, the film illu-
minates the national plight
through one family's struggle
and helps dispel the stigmas
and misconceptions of schizo-
phrenia.
"Out of the Shadow" is pre-
sented by the Centers, the
Shared Services Alliance
Committee on Mental Health
and Janssen Pharmaceutical.
Mary Lee Cubbison, director of
services for the Centers, will
introduce the documentary
and moderate the panel dis-
cussion with Dr. Sonal Parikh,
a local psychiatrist, and other
.mental health professionals in
the community.


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Promotional information from the Citrus County Chamber of Commerce





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SUNDAY
JANUARY 22, 2006


Citrus County Chamber of Commerce


Member of the Week: The UPS Store


Customer service is why the
UPS Store has been submitted
for Chamber Member of the
Week
Friendly and efficient, they
offer so many services under
one roof. Fingerprinting, pass-
port photos, mailboxes, pack-


ing and shipping are all part of
their service menu.
Our submitter states: "'One of
the reasons I use them exclu-
sively for shipping is because-
they charge direct UPS rates..
"There is no mark up on
shipping since the UPS Store is


an independent franchise
owned by UPS. If you ship
often, the savings can really
add up."
Our submitter highly recom-
mends you stop in to meet the
friendly staff and owner
Michael Hall.


The store is at 2659 E. Gulf-
to-Lake Highway. Inverness
.(close to the movie theater)..
Their phone number is (352)
341-2020.
You can reach them by e-
mail at: store5313@theups-
store.com.


Insurance benefits available for chamber members


. There has never been a better time to be
a chamber member.
Now being offered is the Citrus County
Chamber of Commerce Elite Benefit Plan.
This is a new health insurance and ben-
efit program that covers employees and
families of our members at little or no cost
to the employer!


FOR MEMBERS ONLY ple carriers available), accident benefits,
FOR MEMBERS OINLY dental, vision, chiropractic, prescription
* To tbe directed to an agent, call coverage and more.
'95 3149, have your chamber There is a possible worker's compensa-
membership confirmed, and get tion savings, as well.
your benefits started. Tobe directed to an agent, call 795-3149,
have your membership confi rn ied. and get
You can obtain health insurance (multi- your benefits started.


Annual chamber awards luncheon coming up Feb. 10


The Citrus County
Chamber of Commerce
Annual Awards Luncheon
will be Friday, Feb. 1.0, at the
Citrus Hills Golf & Country
Club.
Each year, the chamber
looks for outstanding indi-
viduals, businesses and
organizations that stand out


* WHAT: Chamber of Commerce awards luncheon.
* WHEN: Friday, Feb. 10.
* WHERE: Citrus Hills Golf & Country Club.
* GET INFO: Crystal River office: 795 3149; Homosassa office:
628.2666; Inverness office: 726-2801.


above the rest throughout the
year.


On Feb. 10, we will recog-
nize them and award a win-


ner in several, categories.
This: is a luncheon that
should hot be missed.
Make your reservations
today by calling any chamber
office: Crystal River 795-,
3149; Homosassa 628-2666;
or Inverness 726-2801.
Please remember, reserva-
tions are required.


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Recently, the Citrus County Chamber of Commerce welcomed new members Mark Stone and Scott Bender of Keller Williams Realty -
Citrus County Home Team with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Pictured above, from left, are: Nancy Coffey, chamber ambassador; Kandy
Kremnetz, chamber ambassador; Suzy Buskist; Denise Stag; Scott Bender; Christy Schaffer; Mark Stone; Carl Flanagan, chamber direc-
tor; Neisa Johnson; Troy Simon; Jeff Parke; Kitty Barnes, chamber executive director; Tom Davis; Joanie West, chamber ambassador;
John Porter, chamber ambassador; and Lauren Worley. Mark Stone and Scott Bender, the Citrus County Home Team, have unique serv-
ices for their customers. They offer same-day positioning on all of their Web sites. This puts your home in front of thousands of poten-
tial buyers immediately. They also pree-qualify ALL potential buyers before they come to look at your home. To see all of these services,
visit www.citruscountyhometeam.com or call them toll free at (866) 691-2777 or directly at (352) 637-2777. They are at 2008 State
Road 44 W in Inverness.


Chamber Ambassadors


Reyna Bell -
Associate Member
Larry Blanken Lawrence
Consulting
Pete Burrell -
Citrus County Chronicle
Nancy Coffey Associate
Member
Mike Gudis -
Mike Gudis,
EA, CEP, CSA253
David Heinz -
Heinz Funeral Home


Kandy Kremnentz OSO
Pure Shaklee Products


Rgnee Melchionne Team
Spirit


Rhonda Lestinsky Nature Betty Murphy Manatee
Coast Bank Office Supplies


Curtis Peters -
Holcim (US) Inc.
John. Porter -
Porter's Locksmithing
Charles Richer Canadian
Meds
Lillian Smith -
Mary Kay
Rosann Strawn -
All American Mortgage
Joanie West -
Eternal Ascent Society
Donna Wyatt -
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reputation among customers.
Personal Mini Storage can now
offer customers the widest selec-
tion of equipment, designed specifi-
cally for moving household furnish-
ings, including moving vans rang-
ing in size from 10 to 26 feet the
largest in the industry; trailers rang-
ing in size from 4 by 6 feet to 6 by
'12 feet; car-top carriers and trailer-
rental hitches. U-Haul is also the
world's largest installer of perma-
nent trailer hitches.
U-Haul is proud to be associated
with quality, independent business
owners. Successful business rela-
tionships have been instrumental in
helping U-Haul build and maintain
a strong network of more than
14,000 independent dealers
throughout the United States and
Canada.
Call (352) 489-1859.
Marion County
will host academy
OCALA The construction
boom being experienced through-
out Florida has brought an urgent
need for building inspectors and
construction professionals to
become certified in more than one
trade discipline. Ocala has been
selected to host the first classes
offered by the newly created,
Florida Building Safety Academy,
Monday through Friday at the
Florida State Fire College campus.
The courses, are designed to
familiarize the student county'
building officials, building inspec-
tors, engineers, and architects -
with the updated code require-
ments for one or more trade certifi-
cations: structural building,
mechanical, plumbing, and, electri-
cal. The Florida Building Safety
Academy, a subsidiary of the
Building Officials Association of
Florida (BOAF), is a professional,
nonprofit organization composed of
code officials and industry repre-
sentatives from throughout the
state. Courses are being taught by
several current and former Florida,
building code enforcement person-.


nel.
This consolidated training acad-
emy is sorely needed, says John
O'Connor, Building Official for
Marion County.
Enrollment in the first Florida
Building Safety Academy has been
brisk, with attendees coming to
Ocala from more than two dozen
counties from throughout Florida.
Attendees can utilize this program
to gain additional licensure. Once
they complete the 18 to 35 class
hours at the academy, they will
return to their jurisdictions and
complete 180 to 250 hours on-the-
job training in the field to earn their
new, additional trade certification.
Registration is still open .to the'
public and continuing education
units (CEUs) are earned for each
course. For additional course infor-
mation or to inquire about enrolling,
call the Building Officials
Association of Florida, (407) 265-
9009, or e-mail boafl@boaf.net.
Business start-up
Web chat begins
Cheryl A. Mills, associate deputy
administrator of the U.S. Small
Business Administration's Office of
Entrepreneurial Development, will
kick off the SBA's January Web
chat, "Do You Know How to Start a,
Small Business?"
Mills will share information on .
what entrepreneurs need to know
when starting a business and how
they can utilize the SBA's
resources and services. Mills will
answer questions from participants
from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. on
Thursday.
This first live Web chat for 2006
will engage business owners in a
national dialogue on what business
basics to know before starting a
business, and provide chat partici-
pants with real-world tools and
resources they can use, including
the key resource partners of
SCORE, Women's Business
Centers, and Small Business
Development Centers, and the
SBA's Small Business Training
Network of online courses, work-
shops and e-leaming tools.
The SBA's live Web chat series.
provides business owners with the
opportunity to have conversations


Hummingbird education


S' Special to the Chronicle
Munro's Landscaping hosted its first Hummingbird Festival on Saturday, Jan. 14. Their in-
house comedian. Jerry "The Schu" Schumann warmed up the audience with a few jokes about
the fine, feathered friends. Guest speaker Barbara McCormick, a Rorida master gardener,
informed nearly 100 attendees about everything they ever wanted to know about humming-
birds. Door prizes were drawn and refreshments were enjoyed.


about relevant business issues
with industry leaders and success-
ful entrepreneurs. Participants will
have direct, real-time access to the
Web chats via questions they sub-
mit online in advance and during
the session, with instantaneous
answers. "
Participants can join the live
Web chat by going online to
www.sba.gov, and clicking "Your
Small Business Voice Online ,
Chal." Web chat participants may
post a question for Mills before the
Thursday chat by visiting
http://app 1 .sba.gov/liveMeeting/live
Mills/intro.cfm and posting their
questions online.
SCORE offers free
counseling services
The Citrus County SCORE ,
Chapter 646 offers free confidential


counseling services to new and
existing businesses in the county.
The counseling covers a range of
business-related topics.
For an appointment, call 621-
0775.
Oak Hill Hospital staff
receives certification
I BROOKSVILLE Oak Hill *
Hospital has announced that mem-
bers of its Emergency Department
management and staff recently
received trauma nursing core cur-
riculum (TNCC) certification.
TNCC is a 19-hour international-
ly recognized curriculum and certifi-
cation that was developed by the
Emergency Nurses Association to
address the standards of care for a
patient who has sustained a trau-
ma injury. The course content
includes Cpgnitive and Psycho-


motor Skills. Participants must suc-
cessfully complete three skill sta-
tions and pass a written exam.
The following members of the
Emergency Department manage-
ment and staff received four-year
certification: Runay Valentine,
director of emergency services;
Roberta Alfonso: and Tracy
Swetokos.
Oak Hill Hospital has been serv-
ing the community since June of
1984. It is the largest medical facili-
ty in Hernando County (204 beds).
It is approximately two miles east
of U.S. 19 on State Road 50.
Hospital open house
slated for Wednesday
BROOKSVILLE Oak Hill
Hospital will host an open house
and ribbon cutting for its new
Special Procedures Suite from 5 to


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people from different businesses
. and learn what others do.," he said.
He said it's also important that
the chamber get involved in the
community, such as with last week-
end's Manatee Festival.
"If you look at a festival, it lends


ambience and character to a com-
munity." he said. "The Manatee
Festival and the Strawberry
Festival, they're part of Citrus
County now. When people think of
Citrus County, they think of (these
festivals), and these festivals bring
outside money into the community,
which is' a big part of commerce.".
Cunningham said that as chamber
membership approaches 1,000, the
chamber itself grows in stature and


value. Cunningham share a common
"I was talking to somebody in Polk vision about the direction that the
County, and they don't even have chamber should go: namely, to offers
1,000 memberss" he said. "So, if you more services and benefits to chain-
look at, us, 1.000 niembers is a very ber members.,
large chamber -in the state of "He has a lot of good ideas, such
Florida. I think once we hit that as,.improved technology," Holder
(mark). that lends a lot of credence said. Cunningham wants to improve
to the business community as a' the chamber Web site.
whole." . "We had one and a half million
James Holder, last year's chami- hits last year -that's a lot of people
ber president, said he and going to www.citruiscountycham-


ber.con and looking at what Citrus
County has to offer and seeing the
list of all our members and links (to
them). Cunningham said. "I hope
this year we can work on that to
make it run smoother and have
more benefits for people to visit our
Web page."
"He's done his research," Holder
said. "As strengths, Kevin brings to
the chamber his energy, and he's
focused and has a lot of passion,"


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which, with video files, can
take a long time.
An example of a practical
application, he noted, was a
CFCC professor who videos his
lectures and then posts them.
for students to download, for
example, if they miss a lecture.
The challenges, for the
emerging technology, he said,
are to be able to process the
large amounts of information
needed for video and multime-


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grants to Florida employers
who pay wages to employees
while they are serving in the
United States Armed Forces
Reserves or the Florida
National Guard on federal
active duty.


dia and also to keep it simple to
use so people won't shy away
from it.
The other speaker was Dick
Turosh, who has developed a
business selling merchandise
on eBay. He noted that eBay
was started by Pierre Omidyar
in 1995 as a way. to help his
fiancee communicate with col-
lectors of PEZ dispensers in
the Internet.
It was called AuctionWeb at
the time and launched from his
back bedroom. Omidyar want-
ed to create a level playing
field for enthusiasts to buy, sell,
and trade dispensers.

The Citizen Soldier- Program
reimburses private employers
up to one-half of the difference
between the amount of month-
ly wages paid before the
employee was called to federal
active duty and the amount of
the employee's active duty
compensation.
"Florida's citizen soldiers
and their families live and
work in a condition of constant


In doing so, Turosh said.
Omidyar wound up creating
the theoretical perfect market
where price is determined at
the precise and dynamic junc-
ture where supply meets
demand. He realized the
potential. The first auction
item was a broken printer.
Today eBay is a worldwide
network of entrepreneurs, big
and small, full and part-time,
who participates at different
levels in auction buying and
selling. Many sell more than
$150,000 a year and earn the
eBay designation of Power.
Seller

readiness to serve the state
and our nation," said Pareigis.
"It is important that we recog-
nize' their contributions and
sacrifices and offer assistance
to those employers across the
state that.value and support'
their sacrifices."
The program is available on
a first-come, first-served basis.
Florida employers can learn
more about the Citizen Soldier


Turosh said eBay is the ulti-
mate e-commerce business
place where anyone can start
and make money. He said eBay
helps newcomers to be suc-
cessful and has many educa-
tional opportunities about e-
commerce.
There are rules and controls
in the selling and buying, and
reliability of an eBay seller is
absolutely critical and is con-
stantly judged in "Feedback
Scores," so that anyone being
less than honest is quickly
weeded out. In the trading,
accurate descriptions must be
given and bidders have a cer-

Program by calling (800) 342-
3450 or visit: www.florida-
jobs.orgcitizensold ier/index.ht
ml,
CLM Workforce' Connection
is the local, business-led organ-
ization that plans and coordi-
nates quality employment and
training services for business-
es and career seekers in Citrus,
Levy and Marion counties.
CLM Workforce Connection


tain time to enter their bids.
Sellers send the items to the.
successful bidders, who pay
electronically.
When buyers pay, the money
goes into a seller's account,
minus the fee that eBay gets for
hosting the auctions.
Opening an eBay account
and an accompanying PayPal
account with which to do busi-
ness is free.
Because of the pre-format-
ting on the ,sites, the average
person doesn't need technical
experience to thrive on eBay,
Turosh said, though ifsomeone
gets into really heavy volume,

sets policy and directs expen-
ditures of approximately $5
million in funds that under-
write services provided
through the One Stop
Workforce Connection offices.
In 2004-05. approximately
'1,500 businesses and 30,000
career seekers received servic-
es through the One Stop
Wdrkforce Connection.
Services include professional


some technical ability. for
example, with HTML cati
become necessary. :
He concluded that if one
doesn't want to start a business,
one can still find eBay a great
place to shop for bargains.
The alliance meets twice a
month, once at a luncheon and
once in a mixer.
The next meeting' for the
Alliance will be a mixer at
Champs Software in Crystal
River on Feb. 9 from 5:30 p.m.
to 7 p.m., and persons and busi-
ness representatives interest-
ed in information technology
are invited.

and technical recruitment,
training, job fairs and financial
incentives.


Lisa Nichols is director of
marketing and business
development for CLM
Workforce Connection. To
learn more, call 873-7939, or
visit www.clmworkforce.com.


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MARKET C.D. C.D. C.D. C.D.


30-MONTH
C.D.


36-MONTH
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S/I APY S/I APY S/I APY S/I APY S/I APY S/I APY S/I APY S/I APY

EDWARD JONES 3.51 3.57 4.10 4.10 4.35 4.35 4.55 4.55 4.65 4.65 N/A N/A 4.70 4.70 4.80 4.80
(352) 344-8189
METLIFE 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 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 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
RAYMOND JAMES N/A N/A 4.05 4.05 4.35 4.35 4.50 4.50 4.65 4.65 N/A N/A 4.70 4.70 5.00 5.00
(352) 527-3700


Please note: Banks and other financial institutions offer a wide variety of investment opportunities. Each institution has its own set of
requirements to qualify for the rates listed above. Contact these financial institutions directly'for up-to-date information on the
options listed above, or inquire at your bank for other investment opportunities. Financial institutions interested in listing their rates
can call the Citrus County Chronicle at .(352) 563-5660.


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fSLP SUNDAY, JANLaRY 22, ZUUO


6 p.m. on Wednesday. The ribbon
cutting will be at approximately
5:45 p.m.
The open house/ribbon cutting
introduces Oak Hill Hospital's new
Special Procedures Suite, which
offers a full range of minimally inva-
sive procedures and services all
under one roof. In lieu of open sur-
gery, patients who are high risk for
general anesthesia will now be
candidates to receive IV conscious
sedation.
Interventional radiological proce-
dures are under the supervision of
Dr. Raymond Perez. Procedures
done on a minimally invasive basis
provide the following benefits: less
risk, less cost, less trauma, small
incisions, less pain, shorter hospital
stay and faster recovery.
In addition to the open house,
Oak Hill Hospital will also offer its
For Your Health community educa-
tion series at 3:30 p.m.
The seminar, "Minimally Invasive
Special Procedures" will be con-
ducted by Dr.' Perez, a board-certi-
ied radiologist who is fellowship
trained in interventional radiology.
The seminar and open house
includes "Legs forLife" health
screenings, and free blood pres-
sure and blood oxygen level
checks
Complimentary refreshments will
be served and seating is limited for
the seminar.
The open house and ribbon cut-
ting are open to the general public
at entrance C of the hospital in the
fourth-floor classroom at 11375
Cortez Boulevard, State Road 50,
Brooksville.
Help spread the word
about Citrus County
The Citrus County Visitors
Bureau receives thousands of
requests for information about
Citrus County each month.
Brochures are sent to the inquirers
via a bulk mailing process.
If you have an extra couple of
hours a week and would like to
help tape, label and sort, call
Catherine Ouellette at 628-9305.
The Visitors Bureau is on
Fishbowl Drive next to the
Homosassa Springs Wildlife State
Park in Homosassa.


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blue eyes seeks
attractive petite lady
30 to 50, 110 to 1301bs
who likes riding Harleys
.? k for possible LTR.
(352) 817-5833
WORKING MAN
Black, 50 yrs old,
looking for female
companionship,
race unimportant,
From California
Live in Beverly Hills
1-310-989-1473



** FREE SERVICE**
Cars/Trucks/Metal
Removed EREL No title
OK 352-476-4392 Andy
Tax Deductible Receipt
CAT, pure white.
female, all shots,
declawed, fixed. Free
to good home, Ive.
S mess (352) 344-4114
COMMUNITY SERVICE
The Path, Shelter Is
O. aii.,ie icr p,.cple
v.no need lo :cr e
their community
service.
(352) 527-6500 or
(352) 746-9084
Leave Messaae


crate trained, pure
bred, sweet dog, does-
n't bite, good w/ kids,
(352) 795-7977
FREE GROUP
COUNSELING
Depression/ Anxiety
(352) 637-3196 or
628-3831
Humane Society
of Inverness
No kill shelter
352-344-5207
Requested
Donations
S All pets
spayed/neutered,
heartwoirnm check.
luek. test, Rabies and
all
vaccines


Sharpel mix very
sweet female
344-5207
Chinese crested male
S2 yo7954t684;
SPorrerarlarn mal- 8
me: r.cl 795-1684
Lat. rni puppie 6 .*.i
628-5224

Hn-,oir,ar. r,:. .ale
795-1684
Gray and white
kittens 5mos old
795-1684
Calico female adult
628-5224


Requested donations
are tax deductible

PET ADOPTION
FRIDAY, JAN 27
10 AM TO 1PM
REGIONS BANK
RT. 491
BEVERLY HILLS

Young Calico mom &
2 kittens 628-4200
Variety of ages and
colors 746-6186
Siamese 8yrs F
declawed 527-9050

Poodle 4yr M retired
home only; Airedale
6yr F; Welsh Terrier 6yr
M preferably togeth-
er to adult home
S 527-9050
Catahoula leopard
Kerr F21/2 yrs -only
pet- fenced yard
795-1957
Lab mix puppy M
352-465-7467
Schnauzer mix M
6mos
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 leukerila/aids,
dogs are tested for
heart worm and all
shots are current.







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a good home. Call
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FREE TABBY CATS
Family of 3. Male,
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KITTENS PURRFECT PETS

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




2 Rolex 24 Race Tickets.
Infield or Grand Stand.
At Daytona 1/28 or
29th. $80.00 OBO
(352) 464-0399/
746-7790
ATTRACTIVE SWF
seeking male
companion. Candl,
352-628-1036


SUPERBOWL SPECIAL
KEYWEST Jumbo Shrimo
13-15ct.$5Ib;CRAB
Stone & Blue. 795-4770




For Sale, 2 Graves
spaces, vaults, valued
at $5,780. will sell for
$4,000. Garden of Mt.
Sinral at Fero Memorial
Gardens Cemetery
Beverly Hills, Fl. Please
Call Shirley at
(732) 469-0580
In Fountain's Chapel of
Peace, outside; double
Call for Information
(352) 422-0648
Stained Glass Niche
.. '' ,ia ,jg Fer.:. 11 l-m .

(352) 228-1988




CHRISTIAN DAYCARE
IS HIRING
PT Pre School,,:
Teacher
Floral City Area.
(352) 726-2309




ASSISTANT
PT Needed for busy
Real Estate.Agent.
Mon-Fri 9am-2pm.
Computer 5 plho-.:
skills req. 'ij Trar,n
Apply in person
Mon. Jan. 23 &
TiTues. Jan.24th from
9am-l2noon only.
Century 21 JW Morton
Inverness

Construction
Company Seeking

F/T OFFICE HELP
w/ at least 4 yrs exp.
. reuire.3 T, ,.r, *':.III
r6ece:ar, .
C.:.,r, pulcir ,'1,l:
helpful. Full Time
employment,
including benefit
package. ;
Please send resume
in care of:
Citrus County
Chronicle
Blind Box 929P
1624 N. Meadovwcrest
f rBlvdi:- '! ;*
Crystal River Fl
34429
DFWP/EOE

FULLTIME OFFICE
POSITION

Bookkeeper with at
least 2 yrs. experience
working in a business
environment.
Knowledge of Quick
Books is a must. $25K
per year with
benefits.
Apply at: Hilights Inc,
4177 N. Citrus Ave.,
Crystal River, FL 34428
(352) 564-8830
JOBS GALORE!!!
www.AAA
EMPLOYMENT.NET
Office Assistant
Needed for
Purchasing/
Production dept.
In busy cabinet shop.
Must be detail
oriented. Cabinet
knowledge helpful.
Microsoft excel
required. Good work
environment and
:~i-.a-elrO.3,iat.Ie
._- lr,.
resumes only.
S Send to:
Deem Cabinets,
3835 S Pittsburgh Ave,
Homosassa, FL
34446 or fax
352-628-9563


OFFICE
REPRESENTATIVE
Seeking licensed CSR
for State Farm
Insurance Agency.
Also hiring entry level
position for receptionist
who is willing to learn -
and become licensed.
Send resumes to:
State Farm Insurance,
867 NE 5 Street,Crystal
River, Fl, 34429',
P/T RECEPTIONIST
For Front Desk, requires
working knowledge of
computer, .excellent
phone & people skills.,
Need to be organized,
"e "p.: r, It.il r.3 r.J
..:.rnrng 5. :-I "
M:.-Ii tae.-i 7 lied in
: 3r. i3ar..u 3.:- a plus.
Salary range
$6.50-$7.25/hr.'
(352) 795-5000 EOE
Temporary Office
Receptionist
Wanted
Mon-Fri. 9-5 Pleasant
r *'*,-,l'*.' r eiOr ullrCa
Fax resume to:
(352) 795-6466




Barber
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,: .T. .:,r.- ..irr. r C 311
(352) 564-8436
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EXP. BEAUTICIANS
& NAIL TECHS
For ne.. i l.:.r, ;r, 'C il.3
River (352) 586-0745
Family Barber Salon
BARBER/
COSMETOLOGIST
Full time iiE..-r '.u
a Must l ,r 'I'I':
Nails a u: I. u.
incentives. Vac., etc.
352-628-2040
HAIR DRESSER
WANTED
Loc-iia" HIrf.: r.6 ,11o
Li.:.r, (352) 341-5043
HAIR STYLIST &
'MASSAGE
THERAPIST
w/.e0tdblishbd .i .
,-r lr.r-, rl l...3e ee3 ,
Looking to Improve
your business?
Join .o .urr ..oi .ri o r ,
Call Renee at
352-794-0100
or 352-634-3807
Massage
Therapist Needed
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LICENSED PRACTICAL
NURSE
(Full Time)
GREAT BENEFITS
Paid Vacation,
Holidays, Health
Insurance& 401 K
Quals: Grad from an
approved school of
* nursing with a
certificate as a LPN.
Must be licensed in
the state of
employment..
A valid drivers license
Is required.
Call for info at:
(352) 527-3332
ext. 1317
M-F 8:30 AM -4:30 PM
M,F,.VET.'HP
E.O.E. Drug Free

Workplace


11-7 NURSE

ari, Ir. rri-

3pplh"-.31.^n: r.:.r
a full time Nurse for
our 11-7 Shift.
Avante offers
excellent wages and
benefits Including
shift differential
and bonuses.
Please apply at:
304 S. Citrus Ave.,
Inverness
or fax resume to
352-637-0333
or you can
email a resume to

avantegrouo.com


oi C Litrus County
aq Skilled Facility has,
openings fr:

RN/LPN
Fulltime 3-11
& 7-3
All Shifts PRN
Fax Resume (352)
746-0748 or
Apply in person
Woodland Terrace
124 Norvell Bryant
Hwy. Hernando
(352) 249-3100


ADMISSIONS
COORDINATOR
Come join an exciting'
team. Qualified
candidate should
have at least
one-year experience
In marketing/
sales/insurance.
Medicare, Medicald
and LTC experience
preferred. Computer
skills and high-energy
level a must.
Position available
1/3/06.
Apply, send
or fax resume:
Arbor Trail Rehab
and Skilled
Nursing Center
611 Turner Camp Rd
Inverness, FL 34453
Fax: 352-637-1921
EOE


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Condumious Care
*RNs: Vr & PRN
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ACTIVITIES AIDE
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urrerl, Oac.. 'pli.
piclI,,:,.rer ir:. h-i i r.
Activities Aide,
Hours are from,
12:30pm 9:00pm
and does
Include .e. i- r..,
Must have a current
Florida C.N.A.
S Certificate.
Please apply at:
304 S. Citrus Ave.,
Inverness
or fax resume to
352-637-0333
or you can
email a resume to
tcvpre
avantegrouD.com




AN AMEDISYS
COMPANY
JOIN FORBES BEST A
national leader in the
home nealln industry
and recogn;zea a.
one of Forbes
Magazine's Best Small
Companies.Amedisys
Home Heoah
Services; is seeking:
CRYSTAL RIVER
LOCATION:
ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE-
MEDICAL SALES
PROFESSIONALS
Experienced medical
sales professionals
with home care sales,
DME sales, or closely
related experience.
BS/BA degree
strongly preferred:
minimum ofat two years
medical soles
experience with
calling on physicians,
nurses, and other
members of the
medical community.
If you strive to be the
best In your field,
value a flexible
schedule, desire a
team oriented and
friendly work :
environment, we
want to, hear
from you.

For consideration,
apply online:
www amedlsvs coam
Candidates of Interest
Sill be contacted via
email to begin the
selection process.
EOE.


ASSISTANT
DIRECTOR
OF NURSING
A long-term care SNF
r, Ir.e I.'.cura area
Seeks an
experienced
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Top Salary & Benefits
To apply, please
CALL (800)704-3949
or e-mail resume to
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CARE GIVERS &
CNA'S
WANTED

Positions available
for, individuals to
work with
developmentally
disabled children
and adults in a
group home or
community setting.
Please call Rick
Gebbia at 637-3635
or apply in person at
S8S RESOURCE
& SERVICES
108 S. Apopka Ave.
Inverness
Mon-Fri 8am-5pm



CNA's
If you are ready to
brighten up your
career, Join our
caring, dedicated
team.
We now have an"
opening on 3/11
ana 1 1.7.

*Full-time
*C.,rrpc.ii. .*.aae
r.Irt Dir, -rr r.r, i.
*Bonuses
*Tuition
r. i c.iur Te r
*JUiI. Healhi,,
D-r." l ,' I.i,:,r.

Apply In person
Arbor Tiall Rehab
611 lurner Camp Rd
Inverness FL .
EOE


F\T M-F, 2:30pm-iO:00pm & a P\T
position, 3 days per week. Caring
professionals providing for adults
with developmental disabilities.
Casual dress code. Duties include
MED PASS, first aid, record
keeping, assessments and
positive interaction with residents.


'Ap"ly at the Key Trainihg Center.
S Business Offie: .
; Human Resour, 6e Dept.
At ,130 Hights Ave.,lnvernes, L .
.- 34452 .
*,'. Or C il 41.463 4
. (TDD 1-800-545-1,33 Ext.'347) EOE*


cm Medical


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

CNAs
3-11 & 11-7


Avante at Inverness
is currently
accepting
applications for CNAs
for,3-11 & 11-7 shifts.
Avante offers
-,:-er.f pa, f.-:r
:,-n .' eire ntiai
weekend differential,
bonuses for extra
shifts. Excellent
benefits package for
full-time employees.
Please apply at: ,
304 S. Citrus Ave,
Inverness
or fax resume to,
352-637-0333 or you
can email a
resume to
tcvoret
avantegroupcom

COOK
Join the Arbor Trail
I ra-. Te,3rri
inrr-l.-e.1.3e, .:. ..rr,1.
Full-time days
One year food
service experience
required.
Ask about our
part-time positions.


Apply in person
Arbor Trail Rehab
611 Turner Camp Rd
Inverness, FL
EOE

DENTAL
ASSISTANT
*': wnr.e-j ,lr 4 ,1.'
week in bur, :..rl.i ,jen.,
, tal office go.:, c e -.i
strong, cohesive team ;
|i-i31 pr:o.,'j& grEBI r,-
i:e. IC' Our pa.l-er.l' 13, re.
,n-ir, e Io M'2."ra 1c4


DENTAL ASSISTANT

Exp. Necessary. We
a re i.:-.:.i in fr..r .3 ri-.ra
er.-erg, jupr-' i
iH-rl, m.1:.1 arn-I e.
.' J 1 :mTll: C-re,31
p.3,.3 oa:.3:i.:r.r
S &401K.
Phone Jennifer
(352) 795-0151
Or fax resume to:
.352-795-4099

DENTAL ASSISTANT
2 days. Busy Inverness
practice.
E ,',rlerc' nl, r

(352) 726-6893

Dialysis
Opportunities
Fresenius Medical
.Care
eeL ir.. :'tj I 'l1
-Z T r.':r Ir,. rr ::
Dial, ~: Cerler E.p.
r.rele rr' .I '.rill h,1r,
,Individuals. Excellent
benefits. EMT'
Medical Assistant
background a plus for
PCT. Apply: FMC of
Inv. 1510 Hwy. 41 N.,
Inverness, FL (352)
63-0500 or fax'
resume: (352).
7269199 Attn:.Jody

Endoscopy G.IL
RN

Full time .with benefits,
C a-, i'r,. r..:.'jr
fa. ur'i.:. to
352-563-0223


Experienced
Person Needed

Sn.all aspects of
Doctors Office,
Computer/ Front Dest/
Nursing/ Billing.
Apply in person only at
9030 W. Ft Island Trail,
Suite 9-A, Crystal River.


,^ Then focus your
energy here.


Join Our Team of Excellence!

Site Occupational Health Nurse
Progress Energy, a Fortune 250 company located throughout the Southeast,
has an opening for an Occupational Health Nurse. The Health Nurse is
responsible for the Administration of the Nuclear Site OH (Occupational
Health) Program involving the Coordination of the OH Medical Evaluation
Process. Work with employees and contractors associated with the
,nuclear facility; this may include workers at fossil plants, You will ensure
Regulatory Compliance at Sites (Nuclear).
The Nurse handles performance of hands-on testing such as Pulmonary
Function, EKGs, Vision Screening & Audlometry and Phlebotomy for
clearance processes (Respirators, Cranes, LO, Security, etc.) and
Medical surveillance.
Other duties include administration.associated with clearances and
surveillance such as query management, database maintenance
(electronic recordkeeping), tracking scheduling, disqualifications and
follow-ups. You will also provide outage planning and support.
Oversee Medical Records Management in accordance with ANSI Standards
and Corporate Records Guidance Documents as well as maintain, test and
improve the OH databases. Review/revise OH guidance documents/forms.
Function as a subject matter expert at sites for NGGC procedures.
This organized, multi-tasking professional serves as a liaison between
corporate and the nuclear site to assist in administration of site programs
and suggests ways to deal with site issues. Job requirements include:,
graduate of accredited RN program, BSN from a four-year college preferred.
Your degree will serve as the experience requirement. You must be
licensed in the state where you physically work progressing to all
states where the nursing process is used for P.E. Certification as an OHN
is ideal, as are CPR and BBP training. Familiarity with OSHA and the
Regulatory Industry is also a plus.
Excellent computer skills ability to work in PeopleSoft Medical Databases,
Microsoft Office and Excel is required. Employee must have excellent
skills as a technician to perform lab draws, Spirometry testing and audios.
For immediate consideration, contact us at: CorpRecruiting@pgnmail.com.
Please include PGN 41841-001 in your e-mail; do not forward a resume in
this message. We will then forward a fast link to apply for this job. For other
employment opportunities, visit our website: www.progress-energy.com.
We are an equal opportunity employer.

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Inquire about our-
NEW ENHANCED
TIERED-PAY PROGRAM
FOR PER DIEM RNs
AND
SUPER POOL OPPORTUNITIES
The following are positions
for which we are accepting applications:
Staff RNs:
ICU, ER, Surgery
MedSurg, Telemetry
Home Care, Cath Lab
Charge/MedSurg (7pm-7am)
Childbirth Educator (per diem)

Other Opportunities
LPN
PCA
Monitor Tech (7pm-7am)
Physical Therapist
Physical Therapy Assistant
Echo Tech
Radiology Tech (per diem)
Medical Technologist
Histology Technician
Chemistry Supervisor
EMT/Paramedic (per diem)
Security Officer (per diem)
Switchboard Operator (per diem)
Registration Associate (per diem)
Inquire about our sign-on bonus for
select positions!
SRRMC is part of the
HMA family of hospitals
For information about these and other
opportunities, please apply to:
Human Resources
6201 N. Suncoast Blvd., Crystal River, FL 34428
Fax # 352-795-8464
Job Line # 352-795-8418
Email: /-,
Linda .Maciulay@srrmc.hmia-corp.com I
Web Site: www.srrmc.com ,
EOE/DRUG FREE WORKPLACE ora sooo a~o,). l

CSSEVEN RIVERS
REGION ALMEDICAL CENTER
655602 ,


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I


FULL TIME
LPN/MA

Needed for busy
Urology office.
Please fax resume to
Denise 352-726-8763
or mail to P.O. Box
609 W. Highland Blvd.,
Inverness, FL 34452


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

I RN Supervisor
Weekends
S FT 3-11 Nurse
*FT 11-7 Nurse

IC mT.eripmi Hliair..
tilert.l re:lil.
COME JOIN OUR
TEAM -
Contact Connie
or apply at
136 NE 12th Ave
(352) 795-5044
Fax (352) 795-5848
DFWP EOE


HAMPTON
MANOR
ASSISTED
LIVING
Our ..:,rr.,ilrr.ieril ,
3Ji.-r:ll3r pl.:.Or.am .
a. r .rr, a .r.er
a 1..l II.rr..g
facilities in the .
S C rr urIit,
JOB FAIR
January 25th,
2006
10:00am-12:00
1 pm-4:30pm
Curr rll, r.'-r riiiriQ
t.:.r I l l ll, : 1,r

Housekeeping
ftull P. 0,11 Tin'.,.
Residential Care
Aides
4 PRN's
Resident Aides
i- -i r.in
Week-end
Receptionist
i",rrtilrir,
Maintenance
A,.r. Hi. -=
Sur.'-nt ,.rF i.. i
i.:ujr.r, Card
17equn d.i-, 11il
,' pi,,.lr.-Ii Please
apply at 12080 SW
Hwy. 484 Dunnellon.
FL or Fax Resume to
(352) 489-7284
EOE/DFWP

LAUNDRY AIDE/
HOUSEKEEPER
Avante at Inverness is
.:urr rli, a.:.:-e plIra
lr, ,:,3r l:,r-, *,;,r
Launr.r, -ij3 : ,ir..3
H"u'I u'1e rer
Please apply In
person at:
304 S. Citrus Ave.,
S Inverness
or tax resume to
352-637-0333
or you can e-mail
a resume to
tcvprer
avantegroup carn


LPN/CMA
Crystal River
Citrus Memorial
Health System, the
community's
preferred resource for
acute care, Is excited
about our plans for a
healthy future

Great opportunity Is
available at our new
office of Citrus Primary
Care Crystal:Riverl
This family practice is
S ir,, a3'.3r ,3f I,:.: 3r;,:r,
r,3 i. rc,,-. 1.:. a
friendly doctor and a
supportive team of
healthcare
professionals
Selected candidate
will perform EKG, PET,
vital signs, phlIpboto-
rr., rili..- pcrn.a er.
+.)1:rr.31.:.r, rur.:l.:; .r,.
*.: i o ::i:l pr., .icior3
or .r .r.ri *:.rr:e ran
will possess a current
FL. llc./certification
or registration and
previous physician
office or medical
clinic experience.
F.:.r rr.-:.re rr.:.rni.3i.:.r.
3",d te. .l' *:.. r,- r
career opportunities,
i i1 u .rx.iir.- 1I
www cltrusmn cornm

EOE


CITRUS MEMORIAL



LPN's
AROUND THE .
CLOCK CARE
,3 SHIFTS AVAILABLE
$20.00 Hour
Fax resume to
(352) 637-1176
or apply in person
Interim Health Care
'320 S. Kensington
Ave. Leconto FI
34461


MEDICAL ASSIST.

Full time position for
':,r, c.. ) ,. i .:,nir,- i:-,i
e r ... :1 ;C.,.t1,r nri.
*.;,ri._-. 'H.1H FIO
.ieune 352-726-2808

MEDICAL OFFICE/
FRONT DESK
.Th- W :I ,^:.., E,e
S Ir. lu ru I j' l _',n
HI,3r,lO !.i3 ir,
hr,..Sri'r, : L.,..: ,,'r,, ro"
SC.ra.rt ir,.3 I.3'l

S:d l appll:'3rlo.r,. ,.
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.:.rIce 352-726-6633



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OCCUPATIONAL
THERAPIST
PER DIEM








Call Jeanr Garrett RN
1-866-9PTJOB :
o'-',r e .3r r, ,'311 1-:3re





or email resume to:
iaarref@senior
homecare.net
EOE Drug-Free
Workplace










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MEDICAL
ASSISTANT or CNA

Front & back
experience. F/T For
busy primary care MD
Office, Fax resume to:
352-489-5786
-- --mmag
* Nurse 7-3/
3-11 PRN

Join our team,
Cypress Cove |
Care Center
700 SE 8th Ave.
Crystal River i
(352) 795-8832
16 ****i *

NOW HIRING
CNA's/HHA's
Sign on Bonuses being
offered.
CALL LOVING CARE
(352) 860-0885


WANTED
Dependable
Corrpacnsionute people
who want to be trained
as a CNA to help
Seniors in the r ir e.
Sign on Bonus for
those who qualify
Call Mon-Fri
Troam 9:00am-2:30pm
(352) 860-0885

Per Diem RN's, LPN's
& HHA's
For home care agency
in Citrus & Marion Co.
Fax resume:
(352) 628-2287
RECEPTIONIST
For busy office with
General Practioner.
Coding experience
required,
FO. re.u,-e .:.
352-795 5608

RN/LPN
11-7 Shift
.': .r, :,I r ,r, ,a- t
We offer excellent
benefits:
*J ,i H-.a r.,
*oa.: .2)ir. ..a T.T,-
Apply in person:
Arbor Trail Rehab
611 Turner Camp Rd
Inverness, FL
EOE


EARN AS YOU LEARN
CNA Test Prep/CPR
Continuing Educatioh
341-231 I/Cell 422-3656

SURREY PLACE OF
LECANTO IS
SEEKING
3-11 NURSES,
LPN'S/RN's'
FT, PT & PRN also
F/T &PRN CNA's

We offer pay for
experience, shift
differential and
weekend premium
pay. PRN positions
receive 25% premium
pay. Please apply
Surrey Place
2730 W Marc
Knighton Ct.
Leconto, FL 34461

VET ASSISTANT
Needed for busy,
D311 j ," ,. I '.j h-- '
I, Ir rre ." 3', -:i :
in animal restraint
3.5i :r.,,, 72 1 1 i' 3 1

3(52)72 1018


Accounting
Specialist
the Centers
: L jr .d F Si li--,
.li '.,: : .i", I.-
possible permanent)
Accounting Specialist
responsible for
assisting in all aspects
of financial
.. lujJ.:.. p.,' K r.:.1
Ideal conrlirfsfe ha'

5': '.:,ur.rir.3 I-
.: er.: r, t.- .
r, ri, ii.. 'iit ..ir ri:
r, l|:.l J ru r .t
,n ,:*-" ,

512 00. hir. no benefits.
DFWP/EOE
Fax or e-mail resume
to HR the Centers,
Inc.. (352) 291-5580,
jobs i1hecenters.us
For more into visit
www thecenlers us


MP UNDAY, ANIAY 22, 200S


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+
%


BB&T
Full-Time Teller
.Beverly Hills Location.
Good customer
service/ cash
handling skills.
Related experience. No
nights/weekends. All
.qualified &
interested candidates
need to apply on line,
www.bbandt.com
.EEO/AA/D/V, Drug Free
Workplace
COMMUNITY
DEVELOPMENT
COORDINATOR
Highly responsible
work accepting
applications for
request that require
review through the
Planning and
[.. -i- : r.i- r, r i F.- i; .
I.:.,3,.1 r,. n ri,-,S
process. Coordinate
/ . ,i i r..e.- ,
. a,,r,:';^e .: -i .-.d.3,J
: -, pr.:.J ,: i.-
Knowledge of land
use rules desirable.
Provide research
supporI. Associate's
degree or specialoized
training equivalent to
Iwo years o; .:..11jie
Minimum .. rn -,-
n months related work
experience,
Knowledge of
Microsoftl Office Suite
of Products,

$14.56 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 27 2006.
EE '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
Masters Level
Therapist to provide
comprehensive
clinical assessments,
treatment planning
and individual mental
health/ substance
abuse Interventions
Also recruiting for
Academic Teachers
In Math, Science, ESE
and Vocational. Must
H.i. c'. :.:,w,- :.i:
.3,.-, -s '" ir 1,-3 ,
p,'' ;,,. uC ,-, I
area exam.
Make a difference in
a teen's life.
Apply in person at:
Cypress Creek
2855 W Woodland
Ridge Dr.
Lecanto, FL 34461
L r fax resume to
352-527-2235


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Online Editor



The position of Online
Editor of the Citrus
County Chronicle, a
7-day community
newspaper is open.
This position will be
responsible for
leading the
development and
implementation of
online content for the
newspaper's family of
web sites.
SMinimum of three
years' experience in :
internet-related
content develop-
ment or similar posi-
tion. :
*Bachelor's Degree
in journalism, commu-
i.S. 111.3 -ir,.
an, emphasis on Iter-

S. :l .. il.- ..i ;
knowledge of AP style
preferred
oExperience with
1:Pr^...I.r -1. ,:,, ,wr.er ..
rr.:.t.: -.3.Ir,.a : .
ware.
-Experience rnonito-
ring news Wires


.ir.r ,-

"Must understand
:.-,j 1 L ,l- : .. i
."o ti i, : ,:, I': irir ,-.e -
dia.
S Iri, -i 1 f-S r,.:...,
apply to:
Human Resources
Citrus County
Cnroincle
1624 IJ. Meadocrest
Blvd
Crystal River, FL 34429
Cr e.-ma I e',u I ,.:.,
l-ii',Z'^ ",,rl.:.le.: r.lirie

C.iru: Pu-j li ir.rg ir,.,
I: an .j- ual opprurr.
t, e plT.,ICer .3r. .j ,
Ir,-e Y,1 i: ro': .:,-
cr r.iql.,r. ..r no.
lic -r. l rig:.r irn ,.1 3 1.dir,
.elror. lar, irji r r.,
oIrer -,.rora,.-iteri. :
pr.:Ilcrel C, 10 *.


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CITRus COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


DATA ENTRY
CLERK-
NUMERICAL
10-Key
Homosassa
We are seeking a
Full time Data Entry
Clerk for our Billing
Dept. Numerical data
entry skills required
using the number
keypad (speed &
accuracy a must).
Testing will be
required. Full time
hours & Benefits. Fax
or email your resume
for consideration to
Fax 1-352-382-0212
Or 1-800-610-9680
Email vbolton@
therapymgmt.com

INSURANCE
AGENT

Experienced Ucensed
220 Agent or 440 CSR
for independent
insurance agency.
Competitive Salary &
Great benefits.
call 352-746-5580
LIC. REALTOR
ASSISTANT
TO BROKER
?- .r;, r ...i ?
-" .-= Fax iesurne
to 352-795-2887
u.ul l 352-795 0784
Paralegal
Detail ,:ieri.d
Great ..'g.jrr.sin.:.r.aI
skills. Family &'criminal
law req'd, For busy
Law Firm.
Send Resume to:
Citrus Chronicle,
Blind Box 931, 106 W.
Main St., Inv., FL 34450

PROPERTY
MANAGER
NEEDED
.~i nr .r, r ,- r ,.: :.r.n ra ri t
E e. r'-r..:.-3 CsllI
(352) 563-5757
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.ow_ world first.
,Every Day



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REAL ESTATE CAREER
I Sales LI. Class I
S$249.Start 2/14/06
I CITRUS REAL ESTATE I
I SCHOOL, INC. |
(352)795-0060

SURVEYOR/
DRAFTSMAN
for expanding survey
office. Call 352-563-0315

TYPE SETTER
GRAPHIC ARTIST

Do you know Photo,
shop? Illustrator,
Quark & more. We
are searching for an
experienced &'
creative person to
design our print
projects Call Gregg
352 628-6624
to lean more







DELIVERY DRIVERS

i'oril C ,n.re, l..-r,
Our Tsar.- In.-','i-,.
PIZZA HUT- 726-4880

*BARTENDERS
*SERVERS &
*COOKS
Exp. preferred. High
COACH'S Puo&Eaferv
f -I r- 1 .l 1r, *; i .
Dunnellon EOE

DENNY'S
Of Crystal River
NOW HIRING ALL
POSITIONS
Apply at 2380 NW
Hwy 19, Crystal River
After 2 p.m.
Drug Flee Workplace
I EEOC

EXP. LINE COOK
oion' arm,.:.. h.r.,',
b aer.- hni: a .: la e
!ppl, Ir. p t.:r. at
Sugarmill Woods
Country Club at
IDouglas St.


REAL ESTATE
BROKER


CLASSIFIED


EXP. FT LINE COOK/
PT WAITRESS
Cook should be fast &
coordinated. Both
positions nights &
weekends. Call Inglls for
appt. (352) 447-5572
Exp. Line Cook
& Wait Staff
Exc. wages. Apply at:
CRACKERS
BAR & GRILL
Crystal River
F/T COOK

Apply in.Person
Carmeld's
(352) 489-1818
LINE COOKS

[1Jee-3 J.3 I',
...rtr, ac.03 0p.O' ,
Morguerita Grill
|l.:is:":i W.t H.'ul I'.er
rIa H..nrr,...:o; .3
P/T BARTENDER
C-:..:0 ..:,r ,,,
.0 l-r1 .t'I ,r ,: .: :.|]
irme Apply in person
IGCC (352) 726-2583
PREP COOKS
& SERVERS
Apply within at
Peck's Old Port Cove
:,e Croi..





"REX"

Rex, a leading
1e ": r .r : ,' 1l' I.D r

pro :.i. r _. r.i :0 :
rna .lju.al: rs i,.,r, OJr
Pr; r 1in 1 I; il ; I~, |T|
:J'c~rmor i:i i:r:irr,


L..rr, tri; -rr o.:.,e-
rpur.r,,a:' 3:.-.:.,url
iar..3 ur,imr'lea
.:.pol'urir, iCr
a.,.or.cerer. i
ubcI': It U,
baC S ,3rcuro
in. s.mgai.,n per i-rl '.-
E.C.E
Ir.lr...-,. i0ari.-.prrT. on
r.lr, Jar. 23ra
2061 N.W. Hwy 19
Crystal River, FL


Pre Inc.





A TREE SURGEON r
Uc.&lns. Exp'd friendly
serve. Lowest rates Free
estimates,352-860-1452.
S AFFORDABLE
S DEPENDABLE, .
HAULING CLEANUP,
PROMPT SERVICE I
Trash, Trees, Brush, |
P Appil Furn, Const.
i Debris &Garages I
;= 352-697-1T26

All Tractor & Truck Work,
Deliver/Spread. Clean
SUps, Lot & Tree Clearing
Bush Hog. 302-6955
DOUBLE J STUMP
GRINDING, Mowing,
Hauling,Cleanup,
SMulch, Dirt. 302-8852
D's Landscape & Expert
T Tree Svce Personalized
S design. Cleanups &
SBobcat work. Fill/rock &
Sod: 352-563-0272.
SLAWNCARE-N-MORE
A Lawns, Hedges, Trees,
Beds, Mulch, Clean ups
Haul, Odd job 726-9570
1 M&C CLEAN UPS & BOB
'l CAT SERV Trash & Brush
Removal, cost, debris, .
F. ree est. (352) 400-5340

PAUL'S TREE a &
SI CRANE SERVICE
Bi Serving All Areas.
Trees Topped.,
Bd Trimmed, orC
mvl Removed. =
S FREE ESTIMATES.
-1 Ucensed & Insured.

R WRIGHT TREE SERVICE,
' tree removal, stump
Sgrind, trim, Ins.& Li
#0256879 352-341-6827
STUMPS FOR LE$$
"Quote so cheap you
won't believe itd "
(352) 476-9730




COMPUTER
TECH MEDICS
Hardware & Software
Internet Specialists
(352) 628-6688

Cooter Computers, Inc.
Professional Services
Free Consultation
24/7 (352) 476-8954


rIP Croube noouers r UALITY UIBOARU
We clean, optimize PC's REPAIRS ull 5 .J.:k
Ca2 1 i:.r 3r, .r. o4-,' ji p i :i.3 ,r.: .- I ;,[rill
219-7215. 937.504-0696 ,1lri-Ce (352) 628-3331


V *Chris Satcheli Painting
& Wallcovering.AII work
2 lull coats.25 yrs. Exp
Exc Rel. Lic#001721,
Ins. (352) 795-6533
CHEAP/CHEAP/CHEAP
DP Pressure Cleaning
5 Poi.nri.,.j i_i; &r,' ." &
ir.,ur"-, 637-3765
FERRARO'S
PAINTING SERVICE
Irtr r,.:.r -E.1-. r, .r
Ftee EsrnTali.

(352)465-6631
3eorge Swealige
Pantinrg. Inl... Exl.
Pressure Cleaning- Free
esl 794-0400/628-2245
Git' Er' Done Decks &
Docks Pressure
.. ir.r..1 ',n-sri-s
Free est (352) 637-5171
INTERIOR EXTERIOR
& ODD JOBS. 30 yrs
J. Hupchick Lic./Ins.
(352) 726-9998'
LADY PAINTER
Ir,rl. i. r E.- nl .:.
'C',,,iloper.,-r,.' (352)
220-6336 or 563-9989
MICHAEL DAVIDSON
20+ yrs. exp, Painting
contractor/ handyman
Lic.3567 (352) 746-7965
Mike Anderson Painting
ir,r E. fainlrr.g .iaSrr.
,r,a F'Pre:ure W 'er,lir,
.'I o Co.ill pr.:.r :' .l..r,.
al, Mike (352) 628-7277

POOL BOY SERVICES =
I Total Pool Care .I
I Acrylic Decking
S352-464-3967 n
Pressure Cleaning
S :3ialing C l r, iar,
"J ::'::,- 726-9570


"..awinwe


AT YOUR HOME Res.
mower & small engine
reio i Lr L,: =-"o''o' il.i I"
Bob, 352-220-4244


CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY
Modern & antique,
Denny, 628-5595
or 464-2738
McDonnell
Upholstery Cleaning
Super Clean-
Super Special
Sofa & Recliner $49.
Until 02/28/06
(352) 637-3093


-fSI

9 LOVING CARE -
That makes a
. difference. Will care
fcr eldel, rer.:.r. i,-, my,
.:,-r. ;.:. -.r ; r. r.
care. Louisa 613-3281
Will care for your loved
..r-.r : Irn m Ei ,jrrr..-ll'.r.
I r'i.-rlrri r,.:.-r (352)
522-0282/489-5447




'Chris Satchell Painting
& Wallcoverlrig.All work
2 full coats.25 yrs. Exp.
Exc. Ref. Lic#001721/
ins. (352) 795-6533

-%CEann


.Dailey's Cleaning
From LBI., NJ.
Robert LAveling Res./Comm. Lic. Ph.
Painting, Inc. Teresa (352) 503-3296
Uc. Contractor for 20 Dennis Office Cleaning
yrs, Com/res. Free est,. : and Floor Waxing
LP-9011 (352) 346-9032 17 years experience
Wall & Ceiling Repairs (352) 400-2416
Drywall, Texturing, Golden Girls Cleaning
Painting, Vinyl. Tile work. 'Service, Residential,
30 yrs. exp. 344-1952 Commercial, Free est.
CBC058263 220-9278, 628-9567
HOMES & WINDOWS
Serving Citrus County
over 17 years. Kathy
(352) 465-7334
Affordable Boat Maint. YOU'VE TRIED THE REST
& Repair, Mechanical, NOW TRY THE BEST
Electrical, Custom Rig. Best Cleaning Call Mary
John (352) 746-4521 (352) 795-9045


-Um

Ihe Window Man fe-.
r ':..-: i re :r rli', al
.. .. .I2) 228-729l
Ins. (352) 228-7295


Formica Biotheis.
.Don't replace, reface.
C.,1.ir.'-i: 'C- ur- e, I,..p,
S ia'i.Tiiallr.' .
(352) 586-3010




Additions/,REMODELING
B y.Sr.i.' a ''. l1 i.:r.- r.,
Uc. & Ins. CBC 058484
(352) 344-1620
LINGS PLUS
Trim & Finish
Contractor. Uc/ins.
99990003893
(352) 344-1982.
(352) 361-7714
ROGERS Construction
r,-. i..r. Ir rr,..
report. 637-4373
C ,'-" i. ,:.5 ""


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




AUGIE'S PRESSURE
Cleaning Qualitfy
Work, Low Prices. FREE
Estimates: 220-2913
GIt' Er' Done.
Sr Specials. Pressure
Washing/ Painting.
Free est. (352) 637-5171
Helde's Pressure
Cleaning, Drive ways,
side walks & more. Lic.
(352) 726-1583
Mike Anderson Painting
Int/Ext Painting & Stain-
ing. Pressure Washing
also. Call a professlon-
al, Mike (352) 628-7277
PICARD'S PRESSURE
CLEANING & PAINTING
Roofs w/no pressure,
houses,driveways. 25 yrs
exp. Uc./Ins. 341-3300
Pressure Cleaning
Painting, Handyman,
Rental unit restoration
#73490256567 726-9570








STEWART Pressure
wash, Maint.& Repair
Palnting,hauling, lic#
73490234087 344-2904


#f IN HOME REPAIRS,
paint, press.wash, clean
I.oof&gutters, cleon up;
haul #0169757 344-4409
#1 NEW ENGLAND
HANDYMAN. Siding.
painting. all repairs,
i.: i- i"i':'4167 (352)
216-2769 or 489-1495
26 YRS IN ALL PHASES
OF HOME REPAIR & fir,.
Iha ed-: arpenrr,, ir :
Li: ;.-"i 352-445-9007
A HIGHER POWER
,. eilng .3r,'.
Ughts, etc.
Uc. #999900022251
422-4308/344-1466

AAA HOME REPAIRS
Maint & repair prob-.
lems Swimming Pool
Rescreen99990000162
352-746-7395

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

ALL IN ONE We do it all,
give us a call. Free est.
Sr. Disc. 99990002980
Art, (352) 726-6675

Andrew Joehi
Handyman. General
Maintenance/Repairs
Pressure & cleaning
Lawns, gutters. i,:. j.:.c.
r.:.Vo ir f.aill I-.eia le IC,.
I- l 352-465-9201

DANIEL HARSH EXP.
HANDYMAN.
Full Range Services. No
Job too small. Punctual,
Reliable & Affordable.
Lic. 80061, Ins. & Ref.
(352) 746-2472

GOT STUFF? .
,You' Call We'Haul '..
CONSIDER IT DONE .'
'. Movlng,1leanouls,' & -
Hondyman.SernIce.
SLie: 99990000665
(362) 302-2902'
HOME REPAIR, You
need t f'done, we'll do It.
30 yrs. exp. Lic,, Ins.
#73490256935, 489-9051
L & L HOME REPAIRS
& painting. 7days wk
Lic #99990003008.
(352) 341-1440
NATURE COAST HOME
REPAIR & MAINT. INC.
Offering a full range of
services.Lic.0257615/Ins.
(352) 628-4282 Visa/MC
Pressure Cleaning
Painting, Handyman,
Rental Unit restoration
#73490256567 726-9570

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


--

A+ TECHNOLOGIES
Plasma TV's installed, :
A/V Equip & more.
(352) 746-0141




All of Citrus Hauling/
Moving Items .delivered,
clean ups.Everything
from A to Z 628-6790
AFFORDABLE,
I DEPENDABLE, I
* HAULING CLEANUP,
1 PROMPT SERVICE I
I Trash, Trees, Brush, i
Appl..Furn, Const,
| Debris & Garages
352-697-1126
L M.=-- -i J-O
Appl., Furn. & Trash
Removal, Moving?
YOU CALL ...I'LL HAUL
Larry795-5512, 726-7022
GOT STUFF?
You Call We Haul
.CONSIDER IT DONEI
SMbvng,Cleanouts, &
Handyman Service
LIc. 99990000665 .
'(352) 302-2902
HAULING SMALL LOADS
With dump trailer
Reasonable rates.
795-3015 or 634-1789
LAWNCARE-N-MORE
Lawns, Hedges, Trees,
Beds, Mulch, Clean ups
Haul, Odd job 726-9570.
M&C CLEAN UPS & BOB
CAT SERV Trash & Brush
removal, const. debris,
Free est. (352) 400-5340
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.
dlsc. J'oe (352) 726-2264
WE MOVE SHEDS
564-0000




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




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


John Gordon Roofing
Pe ar',e: 3 1-0e ir
SF'r:,ud to ,5,-re .c ,u
ccc 1325492.
795-7003/800-233-5358
John Gordon Roofing
Reas. Rates. Free est.

795-7003/800-233-5358




Benny Dye's Concrete
Concrete Work
All types! LIc. & Insured.
RX1677. (352) 628-3337
BIANCHI CONCRETE
.'r e.,a, Patl:.-Walks.
Concrete SpecialisfO
Ijc.=i2,, ,Ir,: 746-1004
CONCRETE WORK.
9CDEW Ll poll,:.;
*.rse..a',. :i.t-:,L Free
e: 5mllT3ts L..: 5tA1'."J
r.. 795-4798.
. POO BOY SERVICES =
POOL BOY
I 101.:I PC l C-a1r-


RIP RAP SEAWALLS &
CONCRETE WORK
L 2.:"*?.:.' ,6 in:ur,.1
(352)795-7085/302 0206




Addillons/ REMODELING
.. ,I r or. rr .. :ll.: .r,
Lie .'.. IrC. i, CE ,:,'.- J
(352) 344-1620
r AFFORDABLE,
I DEPENDABLE,
HAULING CLEANUP.
I PROMPT SERVICE I
i:n h ire-s bruir
Appi" Furn, Const,
I Debrls & Garages
, 352-697-1126
L i mmmm-- .- .
DUKE & DUKE, INC.
Remodeling additions
Lic. # CGC058923
insured. .341-2675
Wall & Ceiling Repairs
Drywall, Texturing,
Painting. Vinyl. Tile work.
30 yrs. exp. 34441952
CBC058263




CERAMIC TILE INSTALLER
Bathroom remodeling,
handicap bathrooms.
Lic/Ins. #2441 795-7241
CUTTING EDGE Ceramic
Tile. Lic. #2713, Insured.


LINGS PLUS
Trim & Finish
Contractor
Llc/Ins.
99990003893
(352) 344-1982
(352) 361-7714


Wall & Ceiling Repairs
Dr, .-.. 3l i 1'rirg
F o lr. .ing .Iri ,I lae .. :'. '
:,1 ,.. e-p 344-1952
.:05820.


-UI

All Tractor & Truck Work,
D-li..ef i.rea.' Cle3an
.pi L i:.r .. TreAe C leaning
Eu.;r. H,.g 302-6955

CITRUS BOBCAT LTD
Bushhog/Debris
removal Lic.#3081.
464-2701/563-1049

D&C TRUCK & TRACTOR
SERVICE, INC.'
Landclearing, Hauling.
& Grading. Fill Dirt, .
I-' .: : Top ':s, I r uicr, .
Li:e I. (352)302-7096
FLIPS TRUCK & TRACTOR.
Landclearing, Truck &
Tractor work. House
Pads, Rock, Sand, Clay,
Mulch.& Topsoil.
You Need It, I'll Get It!
: (352) 382-2253
Cell (352) 458-1023
PINK MINI DUMP,
10 Yards +. No Haul to
Small. We can get it all.
341-(DIRT)-3478
TOPSOIL
Also Sand & Rock
8-yd loads.
Call 352-302-6015
VanDykes Backhoe
Service. Landclearing,
Fi-or.' .ig.inr._ &
Ei.-r.iir.g (352) 302-7234
(352) 344-4288





AFFORDABLE,
I DEPENDABLE, I
HAULING CLEANUP,
I PROMPT SERVICE I
I Trash, Trees, Brush,
Appl. Furn, Const. ,
SDebris & Garages |
S352-697-1126 J

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

CITRUS BOBCAT LTD
Bushhog/Debris
removal LUc.#3081
464-2701/563-1049
DAN'S BUSHHOGGING
Pastures, Vacant Lots,
Garden Roto Tilling
Uc. & Ins. 352- 303-4679





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


PRO-SCAPES
.r.i-. ,r. ilrn .
nir. ,.:,ur F arrii, r,..:.
,,aur i.a.. r. I.: Ir,.
(352) 613-0528

, EPENfDAILE,,
HAULING CLEANUP,
PROMPT SERVICE I
i TrA .r, ree.: 'br' |
6,: l Fu rr. C rtI ,
| De'c.r,. i ,,aro.a-
352-697-'1 126
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Bill's Landscaping &
Complete Lawn Service
rJul,:r 1lanrl il'ljls
'.u Clear.iup. ip;
Free er (352) 628-4258
DOUBLE J STUMP
GRINDING, Mowing,
Hauling.Cleanup,
Mulch, Dirt. 302-8852
Jones
Lawn Maintenance
Il in Service Lic. & ins.
352-382-0949
1AWNCARE-N-MORE
Lawns. Hedges, Trees.
Beds, Mulch, Clean ups
Haul. Odd job 726-9570




B&B Marcite Pool Re-
modeling i.ard:.oap-
r .' .: O .'31 ," Li-: & "
ir, (352) 746-5462
EML POOLS
Pool clie3rrr-3 e, 3ir.
Serving Citrus County
32 yrs. Lisc & Ins.
(352) 637-1904
MAVEN Pool Maint.
NEW LOWER WINTER
RATESI Wkly. chemical
& full service avail. Uc.
(352) 726-1674
SPOOL BOY SERVICES
I Total Pool Care I
I Acrylic Decking
u 352-464-3967 *




Seasoned Oak Fire
Wood, Split, $70 4x7.
Will Deliver.
(352) 344-2696
Cedar & Seasoned
Oak Firewood. Call for
prices, (352) 344-2689
FIREWOOD
Oak, Cherry, Hickory
Mix. Seasoned (352)
726-9476 or 860-2214




ALL PUMPS & WELLS
Service & Repair,
Quality work, free est.
Williams Co. 637-2651
CRYSTAL PUMP REPAIR
Filters, Jets, Subs, Tanks,
w/ 3yr Warr. Free Est.
(352) 563-1911
WATER PUMP SERVICE
& Repairs on all makes
& models. Lic. Anytime,
344-2556, Richard


On Sile Welding
& Small Engine Repair.
C l (..: .r .ri.:.. :
(352) 637-6449





"MR CITRUS COUNT


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

IN HOME -.
COOK/CHEF
Cook/Chef for hire in
your home for weekly
Work, also can provide
catering and domestic
help. Call Tony
586-3022




Design & Drafting
Service


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





Your world, ist


Need a- b"

or a
qualified
employee?


This area's
* -#1 '" '"

employment

source!


CHiiONICILE
Classifieds
IIIU -.I.'JIIIIJI.


AFFORDABLE

CONCRETE RENEWING!

Driveways .fm795

SPool Decks from $995

I Includes: Acrylic Colors,
LWiarranty and up to 500 sq. Ft.


352-527-9247
Licensed/Insured/Dependable


[CR ETIVE COA"--GS

S" -






Driveways Pool Decks Walk Ways Any Design

rNew Years Special
25% OFF
exPires 1/31/06
352-628-1313


First Class Quality ...."
Professional 1

House Painter
" Seeks Own Work QUALITY
* Interior / Exterior WITH
* Reliable PRIDE!
* Responsible
* Honest, Clean STRONG
* Great Opportunity LOCAL
* Fair Rates REFERENCES!
Calle Patrick:
352-201-0901
LICENSE # 99990001681 INSURED


iDo You Have A
: "Honey Do"
List Ohn Your Refrigerator?

HONEY DO LIST
S; All Types Of
Repairs & Beyond.
NO, JOB TOO SMALL
Call Handyman
ON BRYSON
341-7717 634-3762
:25 V w oxerne
N Iwww.yourhoneydolist.com Is .,re
Lic. #0257203. ..-------. Insured


Installations by mc;
Brian CC2303, U

352-628-75 19






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


T-. g .o nnt,-


$$$ SELL AVON $$$
FREE gift. Earn up to 50%
Your own hrs, be your
own boss. Call Jackie
I/S/R '-866-405-AVON
Color Country Nursery
is looking for Career
Minded' Self
Motivated
dependable,
individuals for

SALES HELP,
PLANT CARE,
LANDSCAPING,
ETC

Pay commensurate
w'evperlence
Please apply in
person at:
1405 W. Hwy 44
Lecanlo
Previous *ork
history a must.
Mon- Fn 9am 4pmr
Drug Free Workplace
NO PHONE CALLS
PLEASE
Previous appliconis
need not apply.
EOE

New Home
Salesperson


r


National builder,
Mercedes Homes,
.e-.': m -.:.r.ar-d ..i,1
per:':.r, icT ir. ',-',: 31,.1
- I. 3 t ru:. r, r-.3i

Experience
necessary. Growth
potential.'
Send resume to

merhomes com
ECE L'IE-ua r-


PEST CONTROL
SALES
isr .le ,-' la..r,
tceri, p arI, ',3:

,: 3S :-1 I nphr.r..-
5. -or,,rit.
Call Vinny Nelson
(352) 628-5700
(3520 634 4743


.'r world first.
','E "rv Da.

TROpNIcrfJ
C/cm sa7


EXPERIENCED
CREW CHIEF
NEEDED
T,:,131i ,: I' r, 3r..3 d,3, t3

jrrerl-," .ul r n t
r. uire.1 I" .:' L int
: .oi , r, C .-rer.,t, .
Coil 352 563-2729
Or fax resume to:
352-563-0037





$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
LCT WANTS YOU!!
$M$$55?S$$$5SS$$

C-n-.
le'a ..LL-, H3:
reau.re.a .'-. I
r.0 ,-'r.er:5
-v-i.ijl .aulprr.,rt
Call Now
800-362-0159 24 hours


Data Coordinator,

the Centers
is seeking a Data
Coordinator who is I
responsible for the
-e ,' I ,,'l 1 ,:, I h, ,,1 1
N ," I--,, h .,', '.". ,i[I I'.1 ,j
support staff. Duties
also include'
i, ,.ir.r,a assisting

.,,l| .:,J i H I: ,
equiv reqd. 2 yrs
supeivlsorv exo & 1 yr
: r, r,.3aiir. .r -
field read MUIj" ,e
:r.:.' :,.re r 3i. -
S ..17 .I 1 l,'-., tE 1
-, ern, ,: .1H, :

Submit salary
requirements.
Vac'sick.'holiday
,med beneflits/4lK
DFWP.'EOE
Fax or e-mail resume
Io HR, ihe Centers,
Inc.. (352) 291-5580.
lobs'Alhecenlers.us
For more Info visit '
www thecenlies us


Sought for new office
Son 44-E., Inverness.
Successful applicant
.III Olan '.. '' n-.ii I r. ,
int II.tinr., anJ ...ill icc iu
& rrirange -gerl:
Florida Properly Co.
407-671-5888
r g -
REAL ESTATE CAREER
| Sales Lic. Class I
| 5249.Starl 2/14/06
CITRUS REAL ESTATE I
I SCHOOL, INC. |
(352)795-0060

SALES/
TELEMARKETING
,.u3ran-r.i-, ea r -, &,
cn. ub-ri31 rn-rel:
.. ..en3t.1l rilan *.'ri,

.:'ppl, C Or ',1 ,.r3it3r
352-7265600
SALESPERSON
WANTED
For Pest Control
p-r.i:-: Full-time.
p :.:le i1 Time.Full
commission, many
5-tir . .- ri
352-527.0092


I






THE ACCOUNTANTS MARK DOWN COST!
ALL I ORY RICID AFTER IAR IND MARK DOWN


.0
2002 CAMRY
((-. ""*^- -


2005 TAURUS


TO


2002 RAM 1500


2001 P.150


$12,525
ONLY 212PER
2002 IMPALA
..ea


PER
Mo.*


910,275
ONLY 174PER
2002 SENTRA


7,375
ONLY M125PE.


10,650 5!1,1175


ONLY *181 M
2003 GRAND CARAVAN


5t0,350
ONLY '175 P


ONLY 189=O.
2001 TAHOE


*13,675
ONLY '232 PERo


2001 ACCORD


2000 TOWNCAR 2000 SILVERADO 2004 EXPLORER


~4!~


w


s10,275
ONLY 174 M
'02 CIVIC
$9,775
ONLY 166E
'02 CADILLAC
$17,050
ONLY $289 MO.*
'04 SONATA
$9,875
ONLY 167MO.*


s9


ONLY '157 .
04 FOCUS
O8,925
ONLY151 MO.*


O8,275N
ONLY 'i140


'15,275


ONLY '259


PER
MO.*


'02 RANGER '00 RAM 1500


$7,375
ONLY 25 MO.*


*8,675
ONLY$147


PER
MO.*


'04 SEBRING '01 EXPEDITION '02WINDSTAR


$9,925
ONLY 168 PER
'02 TOWN CAR
$14,275
NLy242 PER
ONLY 22M.


511,250


ONLY $191


PER
MO.*


'00 TACOMA


*7,325
ONLY *124 E


$9,575
ONLY 162 MO.*
'00 DAKOTA


$5,875
ONLY '98


PER
MO.*


OCALA


2200 SR 200


* OCALA


NISSAN


(352)622-4111


OPEN 'TIL
0 IOP.M


ALL PRICES/PAYMENTS WITH '1000 CASH OR TRADE EQUITY. ALL INVENTORY SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY. PICTURES FOR
ILLUSTRATION. PLUS TAX, TAG, '195 DEALER FEE, W.A.C. *FINANCING FOR 72 MONTHS @ 8.25% APR.


SUNDAY, JANUARY.22, 200,4$ 9D


O C TY (EL) CHRONIC










CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


"lU NA J R 22, 2000
Trade Trads


FRAMERS
Local-Steady
352-302-3362

A/C TECHS
WANTED ASAP
Commercial Air
Services Inc.
CAC 1813972
(352) 563-2962

ALUMINUM
INSTALLERS
Exp'd or will train
motivated persons.
(352) 795-9722

ALUMINUM
COMPANY
Seeking Installers for
.- pool enclosures,
scrn. rms, carprts, Pc
work or hrly. Top pay
w/benefits pkg,
Valid driver's lic. req.
352-726-6547

ALUMINUM
INSTALLERS/
GUTTERS

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

Boxblade Operator
:Experience required
352-795-5755 Ive. mess.

BYERS DISCOUNT AIR
CONDITIONING
Now Taking
'Applications for

EXP. INSTALLERS
& HELPERS
(352) 746-9484

CABLE TV
INSTALLER
Top $ paid for video,
phone & data install-
ers in Leesburg area.
Truck or van required.
Employee based; full
benefits, OT, mileage,,
cell & 401K. Exp. pref,
800-780-8191.

CDL DRIVER
With minimum Class B.
Top pay, benefits.
Overtime. 7
Apply in person
FDS Disposal
423 W. Gulf to Lake
Hwy, Lecanto (352)
-,746-0617 DFWP






CDL DRIVERS NEEDED
Rapidly expanding
* a3. rar. ,j.ahr, Cla,.;
an.+r I._.lon.:. p -.p
a plu. p'-'- I-,.,url,
"*.,. .Oa plu: ,: n.rne .
E C ..-r, .r-iI ir,_i,joinr.


':-,,jr .3h -In r .% ar .-e r. -
S_ e-,.r. raI Apply
Ocala Recycling
2402 NW 61n St.
DFWP

Citrus Hills
Construction Co.
Due _p Our Sustained
#Growth we
Are Seeking
Production Oriented
,-ll r 1.:.. a, -7,
Prc .r ,, L 3nl' tI:
Join Our.#1 Team

*Carpenters
*Bobcat Operator
*Concreter/ Mason
*Punch Techs
Offering Local,
Steady Work,
Competitive Wages,
Excellent
SBenefit Package, and
Advancements
r. dul

Fox Resume to
352-746-9117 or
Fill out application @
2440 N: Essex Ave,
Hernando, Fl.

CONCRETE
HELPERS
Needed. Top Pay.
352-465-4239


EQUIPMENT
SERVICES WORKER
Semi-skilled work
performing
preventative
maintenance and
light repair work on
assigned vehicles
Including oil
changing, filters,
checking brakes and
fluids and Inspecting
tires for wear and
tear. Test-drives
vehicles'to check
road handling; orders.
,and picks-up vehicle
parts. Transports
vehicles for outside
estimates and repairs;.
'operates wrecker for
field calls and
Soperates-forklft and
fuel vehicle. Enters
Sdata into computer
to create work orders;
cleans and organlzes
Shop area.
Graduation from H.S,
GED or specialized
vocational training.
Minimum one year
.experience working In
a shop setting. Must
possess a' valid CDL
class "A" with Hazmat
Endorsement or be


able to obtain within
3 months of hire.
Requires medium to
heavy work that
involves walking,
standing, stooping,
lifting, digging,
pushing and raising
objects and exerting
between 20-50
pounds of force on a
regular and
recurring basis.,
$ 9.99 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 27, 2006.
EOE/ADA


CONCRETE
MIXER/ DRIVER
F/T, 40+ hrs per week.
Class B CDL, clean,
driving record.
Experienced
preferred but will train
the right person.
Drug Screening.
We offer great pay,
benefits, 401k,
vacation & holidays,
Mid State Concrete,
Williston
(352) 528-1020 or fax
(352) 528-1022
CONSTRUCTION
MANAGER
Lexington Homes -
Citrus County Area
Construction Manager
needed. Must have 4+
,yrs exp. in custom
home Extensive
knowledge: of build
times, permitting,
quoilt, EI ellerI pa,
benefits & bonuses.
Fax resume
727-835-1140
DFWP/EOE
DELIVERY DRIVER
Building Supply Co.
Looking for exp'd'
Building Supply Delivery
Driver w/Class A or B
CDL', Heavy lifting
required. Mon-Fri
7AM-5PM Paid
vacation & holidays.
352- 527-0578, DFWP
DRYWALL STOCKER
Needed for Building
Supply Co. Monday
thru Friday, 7am-5pm,
(352) 527-0578 DFWP
ELECTRICIANS
WANTED ASAP
J.A. Floyd Inic
EC0002388
(352) 563-2962
'EXP. CARPENTER &,
FRAMERS
Pay depending on exp.
(352) 422-2708
EXP. FIELD
PERSONNEL
For busy survey office,
352-563-0315
EXP. LANDSCAPE/
IRRIGATION TECHS
Fulltime (352) 465-4543
EXP. PAINTERS

nr.r ..p ,.(352)
341-3553 or 726-6761
EXPERIENCED
SEALCOATING
STRIPING,
ASPHALT PAVING
DUMP TRUCK
DRIVERS
CDL License TOP PAYI
(352) 563-2122
F/T DRIVER
Class B CDL. Exp'd.
dump preferred.
or (352) 302-1532




HEAVY EQUIPMENT
MECHANIC
:.:r,3 rec ,.: lr,,. ,
company needs a
heavy, equipment
mechanic with
experience in the
Srr,.irnlnr,onr.-e .rnd "
repair :.r r.,.jrou3jli:
or. l-r.i.j l
equipment.
TOP DOLLAR will be
paid to the person
who meets our needs.
Exc benefits include
health/dental/
.dio .ii r, i.i-
: -i l II,-
Apply at
Ocala Recycling
2402 NW 6th Street.
DFWP.





HEAVY EQUIPMENT/
CRANE OPERATOR
NEEDED
I .: r.'.ll r,, .3ujll :
hoes, excavators.
Exp with joy-stick
operation and good
hand/eye
c-ordlnaticn a mijut
T..' j 3, r.,.r ir.E
-person who meets
our needs. Exc-
benefits include
health/dental/
disability/
life/Simple IRA.
Apply Ocala
Recycling 2402 NW
6th Street. DFWP




Manufacturer of
A/C grilles, registers
and diffusers has
immediate openings.
*Production Workers
for day and night shift
available..
*Forklift Driver
for day shift with 3-5.
years experience
*Housekeeping
Position Available
Prior experience in
housekeeping a plus.
*Night Housekeeping
Position
*Maintenance
with 5 to 6 years
industrial electrical


and maintenance
background. Must
have minimum 5
years experience In
.programmable
controls, and
knowledge of
hydraulic and
pneumatic systems.
Responsibilities to
Include, but not
limited to
troubleshooting and
mechanical repair.
Welding capability
a plust
Apply in person to
Metal Industries,
400 W. Walker Ave.,
Bushnell, FI 33513
or call Rhonda Black
at 352-793-8610
for more details.
Excellent benefits
package, 401k
with company
contributions.
DFW, EOE


Florida Designer
Cabinets In
Sumterville Needs:

KITCHEN CABINET
PUNCH-OUT
PERSON
Van & tools provided
Please call
352-793-2396

FRAMERS, LEADMEN
& HELPERS

40+ Hours, weekly,
incentive program
(352) 465-3060



Immediate openings
for Service
Technician, EPA
certification req
Competitive pay
& benefits
Fax or e-mail resume
to 352-237-6258
or ma
ccsmechanical.com
DFWP/EOE

LABORER
Accepting
Application for
General Construction
Laborers.
Asphalt paving,
experience is helpful.
Full time employment
w/ full benefit
package.:
PAVE- RITE
3411 W. Crigger Ct.,
Lecanto.
352-621-1600
DFWP/EOE


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LABORER NEEDED
For pool construction
company. No exp.
necessary. Valid FL.
Drivers. ULc. w/ clean
record, apply
593 E. Gulf to Lake
Hwy. Lecanto
527-7946

LAKE COUNTY
COMPANY NEEDS

DIESEL MECHANIC
'Exp. in Catapiller
& John Deere
Equipment.
7yrs exp required.
S 352-267-5352
DFWP
LOCAL TOWER
SERVICE COMPANY

S' :.: pl.r,g ,
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

LOCAL
UNDERGROUND
UTILITY CO.
Seeking
Pipe Foreman
through Laborers
Experienced only.
Croft Contracting,
Inc. Call between
9am-3pm
(352)-860-1202
DFWP


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on night shift.
Responsible for dead-
line compliance,
quality assurance,
safety and time
management.
Min 2 yrs. supervisory
exp., 6-yrs. exp. In
print pub., effective
verbal & written skills.
Application deadline
1/31/06
Comprehensive
benefits package.
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FRAMER & HELPER
For Inverness Area.
(352) 418-2014
MASONS &
MASON TENDERS

TOP PAY
(352) 400-1802
MECHANIC/
TECHNICIAN NEED-
ED

Dunnellon M-F
(352)489-5341
METAL BUILDING
Erectors, Laborers
All phases pre-
engineered bldgs.
Local work. Good
starting salary. Paid
holidays & vacation.-
Call Mon-Fri, 8-2,
toll free, 877-447-3632
MIG WELDER
$10HR/ Piece work,
experience Mig weld-
ing: Local references,
2541 W Dunnellon Rd
PEST CONTROL
SALES.
Termite, pest, lawn.
Weekly pay + weekly
comm. Take home
C :.rr,|.or,, hiu.:L' ',3S
:a'rd cell pr.r,-
& benefits.
Call VInny Nelson
(352) 628-5700
(352) 634-4743

.PLUMBER'S HELPER
Experience Preferred
Driver's license req'd.
(352) 726-5385


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

REPUTABLE SWIMMING
POOL COMPANY
Seeking

ALL PHASES OF
POOL
CONSTRUCTION
Licensed
Sub-contractors.
and/or Field
employees.
Good Wages,
Benefits
Paid Holidays.
(352) 726-7474
DFWP

ROOFERS
Brooksville commerb.
company expert-
enced in built-up,
modified, single ply.
Must have valid
driver's lic. Good'
pay + benefits.
352-225-1407 (cell)
or 877-596-1150

SERVICE
ELECTRICIAN/
TROUBLESHOOTER
Motivated self starter
C- d.:. d.l ir.., r .:.:.rd
req., Insurance, paid
Sick, Holiday and
Vacation
Apply in person
S&S ELECTRIC
2692 W. Dunnellon Rd.
CR-(488) Dunnellon
352-746-6825
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MASONS &
LABORERS
352-529-0305
Since 1969 CCS
Mechanical, Inc.
has been serving
North Central Florida
in the Mechanical
HVAC field. We are
currently looking to
expand our
awesome leam with
hardworking
individuals in the
following positions...
Project
Superintendent
Pipe Fitters
SSheet Metal
Mechanics
Sheet Metal
Helpers
* Procurement
Specialist, -.

Fax or e-mail resume
with salary req. to
352-237-6258 or
malinda@
ccsmechanical coam
Apply in person at
737 SW 57th Avenue,
Ocala
DFWP/EOE




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Mechanical Inc.


Tractor Trailer Driver

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Must use chainsaw
352-795-5755, Ive. mess


Great

**Opportunity**
Our local company
needs Highly
Motivated Sales
People With Strong
Phone Skills.
Mon. Fri.9-5.
No weekends.
Training Pay plus
Commissions.
Career Minded
applicants only.
To apply call
I 866-777-1166 I
Ask for
Joanne or Darlene
A Drug Free
Work Place
L Mill.
Scjngular
Cingular Wireless
Authorized Agent
Cingulqr Wireless
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Cc.unr, i..,kirg I'
nil Full ,i Part i.rre
D.,illoI:'r,.
^ Sales Associate
Position requires'
proficiency in
Microsoft Office.
Please Call Shirley
(352)726-2209
Ext. 228 or send
resume online to
cwrs@spectrumglobal
networks.com


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AAA EMPLOYMENT
CNA
$7.25
Co. will train
P/T DRIVER-CSR $7.00
30 hrs a week
CABLE INSTALL. $$$
Co. will train!
PEST TECH. $10.00
Co. will train
Call for Appt. 795-2721

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

SALES HELP,
PLANT CARE,
LANDSCAPING,
ETC
Pay commensurate
w/experience.
Please apply in.
person at:
1405 W. Hwy 44
Lecanto
Previous work
history a must.
Mon-Fri 9am-4pm
Drug Free Workplace
NO PHONE CALLS
PLEASE
Previous applicants
need not apply.
.EOE


Cok- F'T

I Apply In person to
Crystal River
-Health & Rehab
S136N.E. 12th Ave.
Crystal River
(352) 795-5044
DFWPEOE
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CITRUS COUNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


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DELIVERY-SALES ,
person needed for local
Office supply. Clean
driving record-must be
able to lift over 50 Ibs..
726-1601 for interview.


Employment

CHILDHOOD
DEVELOPMENT
SERVICES, INC.

The following positions
are available .in
Citrus County.

*HEAD START
SUBSTITUTES
TEACHER:CC
*EL :
REIMBURSEMENT
SPECIALIST:CC

ppl, Inr, p.:r:or.n.,r
can ou, JOB LINE
for more details:
1-800-635-KIDS
Fax: 352-351-4279
E-mail: jobs@cdsl.org
Attn: HR
I oii N.E. 25th Ave.
Suite 900,
Ocala, FL 34470
EOE/AA/DFWP


RESEARCH TRIANGLE INSTITUTE, a research
firm in North Carolina, is seeking field
interviewers to interview randomly selected
household residents in the Crystal River -
CITRUS-FL79, Florda areas. The study will start
in March and continue through the end of
December 2009.

Evenings and Weekend hours
Average 20 to 25 hours per week with a
possibility of up to 40 hours per week
Paid training (7-8 days)
* Pay range, based on experience, starting
at $11.00*
Dependable transportation required,
mileage reimbursed at .445
No solicitation involved, although skills
gained from previous sales is helpful
Household Interviewing and/or computer
experience preferred but not necessary
Bilingual English/Spanish helpful but not
required

To express an interest, call toll free 1-877-419-
1767 and be prepared to enter the following 6
digit code: 132842

*All interviewers will be employed by Headway
Corporate Staffing Services, under subcontract
to RTI. Headway Corporate Staffing Services is
an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
Employer. 650769


COUNTER HELP
For local tennis club.
Shifts available
weekday mornings.
weekday, evenings
and weekend
mornings. Call 249-1115
for information.


CUSTODIAN
(2 Positions)
S( Full time,
1 Part time)
Semi-skilled position
performing Janitorial
duties maintaining
Citrus County
Resource Center/VA
Clinic. Sweeps and
mops floors, vacuums
carpets and polishes
furniture. Cleans
restrooms, windows,
blinds, air
conditioning vents,
etc. Graduation from
H.S or GED certificate.
Some knowledge of
building
maintenance and
custodial
requirements.
Knowledge of floor
care such as
stripping, waxing and
buffing. Must have
janitorial experience
and/or experience as
a semi-skilled
handyman.
$7.69 hourly to start.
Excellent benefits for
full time position
(part time position
receives benefits
after 1 year
continuous service).
Apply at the
Citrus County Human
Resources Office,
3600 West Sovereign
Path, Suite 283,
Lecanto, FL 34461
no later than Friday,
January 27,2006.
EOE/ADA.


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:
0 Are motivated to make a difference by supporting those who save lives
0 Have a good work ethic, positive attitude, and believe in honesty and
integrity
Please apply in person at:
3611 SW0'V'O Steet
OcalaeFL 34474
No Phmme Calls Plase

E-One offers a competitive compensation program and an excellent
benefits package which includes: medical, dental, vision, 401 K, pension
plan, profit sharing, life insurance and disability insurance.

' We stronglyencourage priorities, fernales andl veterans to apply!.

WHEN LIVES ARE IN THE BALANCE AND SECONDS COUNT


f'4ernber of
Federal Signal Corp..
AA/EOER/IIFADlN


DOMINO'S PIZZA
Is Now hiring
Full & Part time
DRIVERS
SMust be reliable,
polite, & have a good
driving, record.
$9-$15 hr
Inverness 637-5300
Crystal River 563-6607

DRIVERS NEEDED
All shifts avail. Clean
driving record a must.
Criminal background
check. DFWP
(352) 560-0008










FULLTIME
POSITIONS

In a challenging .
career of roofing.
Must be 18 and drug
free. No exp needed.
Apply in person,
Boulerice
Rooflng & Supply,
4551 W. Cardinal St.,
Suite #4, Homosassa.

GENERAL
MAINTENANCE

Part Time/Full Time
Hours Vary. Able To
Work Weekends.
Able To Lifr 50 Ibs.
Relate Well To People.
Accepting
Applications.
Rainbow Rivers Club
20510 The Granada
S Dunnellon
(352) 489-9983
Golf Course
Maintenance
Full time. Exp. helpful.
Apply in person:
Citrus Springs Golf &
Country Club
8690 N. Golfview Drive,
Citrus Springs. Please
no phone calls.
HAVE YOUR
DREAM JOB!
We guarantee that you'll
get an interview by pre-
paring your resume. Fast
& professional. RE-
SULTS GUARANTEED!
Paramount Resume Con-
sultants. (352)257-2121.

HORSE FARM HELP
G ;loll' ture ou'
jro.,rr, Ir.Ell: or5a
F/T/ EOE
352-447-1008
Housekeeper
Cleaning, coous ing,
laundry, ironing.40 Hr.
wk. Need ref. &
background check.
(352) 344-5721
leave mess.

LABORERS NEEDED

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E'enreilo onered '.anll
DrlesEtlIc ,.'Hea.v'
Uning >e6qulrea
Gardners Concrele
8030 Homosassa Trl.


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Landscaper &
Maintenance
Personnel
Apply in person:
Bella Oasis
4076 S. Suncoast Blvd.
Homosassa. No
Phone Calls Please

LOCAL PLUMBING
WHOLESALER
looking for Delivery
Driver, warehouse.
Room for advance-
ment. Benefits, 401K.
Apply In person
Morgan Bros. Supply
7559 W. Gulf to Lake
IHwy, Crystal River.
LOCAL PLUMBING
WHOLESALER
Seeking Key Inside
Counter/Sales Person.
Plumbing & computer.
'experience preferred
yet not required.
Benefits & 401K
Apply at:
Morgan Bros. Supply
7559 W. Gulf to Lake


Store, Floral City.
4 nights Sun. thr. Wed.
2:30 11:30p Good pay
David, 888-243-6050
Plantation Inn &
Golf Resort,
Crystal River Is
accepting
applications for the
following positions:

*BOAT CAPTAIN
*CARPENTER/
PAINTER
-SERVERS/
-BUSSERS/HOST
*HOUSE
ATTENDANT
*DESK CLERK
*KITCHEN UTILITIES
*COOKS
Excellent Benefits &
Friendly Atmosphere
Please apply in
person at:
Human Resources.
DFWP EOE M/F D/V.

PRODUCTION
WORKERS

Dietrich Metal
Framing, located in
Wildwood, Florida, Is
cuir-r.tly lO, .-rn :i n .
full-time permanent
Production Workers.
Candidates must
have the ability to
read, lift up to 50 lbs.,
and possess basic
math skills and
MUST KNOW HOW TO
READ-A TAPE
MEASURE
ACCURATELY.
We orrei vacationn
days, holidays, health
insurance, 401 (k)
Plan. bonuses-and
morel Apply In person
Mon.-Frl., 9am 4 pm,
between 1/16/06
through"'/27/06 at
Dietrich Metal
Framing,
721 Industrial Drive,
Wldwood, FL
EOE/AAP.

PRODUCTION
WORKERS

No experience needed.
Gulf Coast Metal
Products
Homosassa'
Call between
8-11am, M-F
(352) 628-5555

REAL ESTATE CAREER -
| Sales LIc. Class I
I $249. Start 2/14/06
CITRUS REAL ESTATE I
SCHOOL, INC.
* (352)795-0060
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SECURITY
OFFICERS
Security Class D Uc.
Required. Local.
352-726-1551 Ext 1313
Call btw. 7am -3pm

Stock Room
Manager/
Delivery Driver

Must have excellent
driving record, organ-
izational skills, flexible
hours. Apply in person
FI. Hearth & Home
Crystal River Mall


LANDSCAPING &
IRRIGATION HELP
WANTED. 352-422-7559
SUPERINTENDENT
Home Builder seeks
qualified person for
long term
employment. Local
knowledge of codes
and methods
required. Benefits with
great pay and super
work environment.
Email resume to:
hiresupers@tampa
bay.rr.com
TREE SERVICE
Needs experienced

GROUNDS PERSON
w/ drivers license.
(352) 489-9344
VANTEL PEARLS
Discover Vantel Pearls,
in the oyster. Hostesses
receive a free pearl
ring. Call Donna
352-621-0930
WE BUY HOUSES
Ca$h........Fast I,
352-637-2973
Ihomesold com




PHOTOGRAPHER
ASSISTANT
Photographer seeks or-
ganized individual to help'
in office 2 days a week.
Printing, shipping, clerical.
Photoshop, Quickbooks
experience a must. $7/hr.
Mail resume to 6246 E Ivy.
Lane, Inverness, FL
34452
SITE MANAGER/
OUTREACH
WORKER
Oversees,
coordinates and
,ic.:a, .:rn31, a ,ri:.: inr
Ir-r, d e- r, ,, rarr,
dah-.erdiT.,--e,

oIl1 i.:1': 'e -ull
train and prepare
,.orl :. ricule; r:or
.clu r.-efl, P-eri,:,rr.: :
r:-,,j n i- r, i.:r, la : r
D_. :igr, jr cproare-
,:',inTunlr, '-:er.itr

$8.45 hourly,
P/T 20 hours a week.
Send resume
or apply at the
Citrus County Human
Resources Office,
3600 W. Sovereign
Path, Suite 283,
Lecanto, FlOrida
34461
no later than Friday,
January 27, 2006.
EOE/ADA.
Snack Counter
Help
Mechanic
PT for nights &
weekends. (Will Train).
Must be over 18. Apply
in person. Manatee
Lanes, Crystal River.
DFWP 795-4546
TRUCK/-
EQUIP WASHER
Weekends
352-795-5755 yIve. mess.,




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


















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F\T Instructor; 4 years college\experience,
and Instructor Assistant positions available.
| Day shift. HS diploma\GED required.


Various F\T and P\T positions, including F\T
housekeeper, working with developmentally
disabled adults in group home and apartment
settings. All shifts, including weekends. HS"
diploma\GED required.
Apply at the
Key Training Center Business Office
Human Resource Dept.
At 130 Heights Ave., Inverness, FL 34452
Or Call 341-4633
(TDD: 1-800-545-1833 Ext. 347) *EOE*







Well established Chrysler/

Chevrolet Dealer in growing
communities needs entry level
and experienced tech's. Top
dollar paid. Benefits include:
Medical* Dental* 401K

Locations Include:

Crystal River

Inverness

& Brooksville






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Interior/Exterior doors
Interior Prehungs: $35
Exterior Prehung
6 Panels: $85.
Next to Citrus County
Speed way
(352) 637-6500
Whirlpool Tub
5' x 7',brass faucets &
jets, w/ blower motor,
$150.
Cast Iron Bath Tub,
bone in color, $100.
(352) 382-1111


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REAL ESTATE CAREER
I Sales Uc. Class I
S$249.Start 2/14/06
CITRUS REAL ESTATE 0
SCHOOL, INC.
(352)795-0060




APTS. FOR SALE 9 UNITS
2/1, Crystal River,
$450,000. By Owner
352-634-4076
CONCESSION TRAILER
Deep freeze, Ref.,
microwave, deep fryer
& more, $5,500
(352) 637-5825



1951 Seeburg Model B
Junk Box, Exc Cond,
$3500.
1946 Silver King Gum
Ball machine w/ stand,
$300. (352) 628-7626
4' wide 6' tall armoire,
dbl. doors. 1910. Enter-
tainment center $500.
Fainting couch 1890's
very nice, $500 Firm.
(352) 637-1161
,'ANTIQUE'AUCTIN ;
.Sat'Jar 028.100 ir-,.

,:AAnhiqUs Ale .Furhldite"-
*Glass Potediy Brdnds.l.
'.'Jewelr.'Col. To, ys _._;l.
RUsLamps.Porc!dIln.:,
"- Highwaymen- ,g.' "',

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:.. 10%BP.Ca/(C..
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ANTIQUE SHOW
Crystal River Armory
Hwy 19, 813-545-9199
Fri. Jan 20, 12-5
Sat. Jan. 21, 10-5,
Sun, Jan. 22 11-4,
Admission 4.00
Netsuke
t.c.ui 150 ,r ,:,i

Call (352) 527-1764










Chlna Dolls





Ashton Drake &
Danbury Mint $40. & un-
der. (352) 628-6316




HOT TUB SPA
5 person, Redwood Cabi-
net, Works Great $800.00
Call 352-382-0707
SPA
W/Therapy Jets, 110
volt, water fall, never
S-used $1850. ,
(352) 597-3140


QUr::.world first
Da .... '&
'deC very Day


SPA, 5 PERSON,
Never used. Warranty.
Retail $4300. Sacrifice
$1425. (352) 346-1711




A/C & HEAT PUMP
SYSTEMS. New in box
5 & 10 year Factory
Warranties at
Wholesale Prices
-*2 Ton $827.00
-* 3 Ton $927.00
-* 4 Ton $1,034.00
install kits-available
or professional
installation also avail.
Free Delivery
-ALSO POOL HEAT
PUMPS AVAILABLE
Uc.#CAC 057914
Call 746-4394
AC 2-1/2 ton pkg. 10K
heat, $275. Wall unit
17,500 BTU, $150.
(352) 344-5021
Amana Refrigerator,
top freezer, excel.
cond. $75.
(352) 465-1405
APPLIANCE CENTER
Used Refrigerators,
Stoves, Washers, Dryers.
NEW AND USED PARTS
Dryer Vent Cleaning
Visa, M/C., A/E. Checks.
352-795-8882
Dishwasher, Magac
Chef Black, $50.
Microwave, GE, Space
maker, black, $25.
(352) 344-2109
Electric Range
GE, Self Cleaning, 3 yrs.
old, excel. cond. white'
w/ black door, $250.
(352) 266-7832
ELECTRIC RANGE,
Whirlpool, white,
used 4 mo. $225.
(352) 746-7564
For Sale 18 cu. ft.
FrigIdalre Refrigerator/
Freezer ..-, .:.e maker
18n,-. c.i $250. obo
(352) 628-5724
Kenmore H.D.
washer, *:25
i300 ..an5 ;75
(352) 344-5021
MAGIC CHEF lan-ge &
refrigerator & 30" range,,
both almond color, Exc.
cond. $100 each obo
(352) 746-9289
IfC Wnrilrpo,.:,l
Rerrigeralcr i15
Wo:hrer/Drver -215
(352) 726-2261
Refrigerator. 21 cu h
Kerr.'n-re ice maker
energy, *a.:,i like re'..
ahiT,r,.a 8. i
(352) 382-8902
REFRIGERATOR, GE. side
by side, almond, 24
cubic ft, water &
Ice n door, $200.
Stove, electric rrmagi.:
Screr OTirona 8& blk
150 (352) 344-2109
Refrigerator Whirlpool
lop rreeer i9 2 cubic
fr diOr3,
it InacO.
Double Oven Range,
Tappen S?75
Boln LE.:. Cono
Cr both ',150
(352) 746-0335
REMODELING
Elec. Stove $125.,
dl,.h ,.,asher 75 Frezier
S7n lao.n edger S50
Oil In e Ci con
(352) 726-5832
Store Display Freezer,
floor model, 8'x4'
Works well. $350.0BO
(352) 344-0462
Tappan Gas Stove w/
sealed burners. Self;
cle.jr.lr. Wtlrlpoc.i C-Go
Warner .5 Drer. Great
cond *J.Jl For All,
(352)382-1452


352-527-1285.
Recliner, w/ heat &
vibration, teal, $75
Couch, pastel, $75.
(352) 527-8925
Red Racecar Bed,
twin size, w/mattress.
$100.
(352) 489-6687
SIMMONS SLEEPER
SOFA, queen size
w/matching chair, .
Southwestern pattern
fabric, exc. cond.,
$285. (352) 464-2825
Sofa & Love Seat.
Lt. Background w/ flow-
er medallions 2 end
tables, one sofa table
Inset glass top $175.
(352) 795-0830
Sofa & Loveseat, Bas-
sett floral pattern. Like
new. $575. Recllner,
Bassett, green-used 2
mo. $250.(352)726-4601
Sofa Sleeper, couch &
love seat, shades of
brown, $150.
3 cherry end tables,
excel. cond. $150.
352-527-1285


SOUTHERN
AUCTION
.MARKETING &
APPRAISAL

Sat. Jan 21st
10am
15991 NE Hwy 27 Alt.
Williston, 32696
Is conducting a Huge
Estate Sale
At 5598 W. Woodlawn
St. Dunnellon Fl 34434
1981 Fleetwood Mo-
tor home, 1987 Fiesta
FunDeck, 18' Pontoon
boat/trailer, full size
truck topper, 1956
Sears & Roebuck 3x5
utility trailer. 4x8
flatbed Trailer, Tan-
dem axle 6x16 trailer,
45' HI-cube Aluminum
cargo container, gas
powered yard vac,
8hp Coast to Coast
rear time tiller, 5
speed drill press,
4.8x8.4 pool table,
Ardinair air
compressor, tool
boxes, lots of
tools-hand and
power, leather sofa,
full size iron bed,
captain's bed, more.
tools and household
Items.
Pay by check, cash
o cri.ll card
.lu,:t ring io .:errt
352-528-2950
Col. J. Kulcsar
AU1437-AB2240
10% BP on all sales

SOUTHERN
AUCTION
MARKETING &
APPRAISALS

AUCTION
Mon. Jan 23rd,
2006. 7:00pm
ToCi-; arn. -:r.air.
china .:oat. netr 'oia
bedroom sets,.
.ecretar., aevi, r ir-5
gieo r r, .cie-r.
WarAircl:e T' d',i:.'
sr.el.,ng *13 1, iiC
rErnger3iTt r it c'O
Pfaltzgraff dishes,
Love Seat, wing back
Schriair Gl.b:' ,,:re
Jewe-Elr, coIn.-
office chair.
15991 NE Hwy 27 Alt.
Willlston, 32696
352-528-2950
Col. J. Kulcsar
AU1437-AB2240
10% BP on all sales




Brunlng odorless blue
print Copier takes extra
wide paper w/ cabinet
and stand, needs
lamps, $600.
Concrete equip. 36'
power troweler, $150.
16' aluminum concrete
shoor $250. 12 Con ,
crele .lbralor 200
Walk behind floor saw
$300. (352) 382-111,1
CRAFTSMAN
.10 able .Zw $125.
Drill Press. Walker rurrer
floor mcroael $150.
Boln gooa cona
(352) 746-5739
Performax 16-32 dium"
sander corr.pteIA, w,'
stand & rollers $800'-
(352) 860-2228
SHOP SMITH,
plus other tools.
(352) 746-6991




2 Card readers
Sanddlsk $15.
Kodak $10.
(352) 382-3895
23" TV,
$75.
13" TV VCR combo
$45.
(352),563-5113
27" Console TV
Uke New
,$100.
(352)621-0915
27" Sony TV
$200.
Entertainment Cabinet
$75.
(352) 382-3895
Satellite Meter,
$20.
2 Speakers,
$10.
(352) 382-3895
Stereo Am/Fm:
Receiver, CD player,
cassette player. All 3
excel. cond. $200. Call
after 6pm
(352) 344-5436
Stereo,
Digital Techniques
Receiver, dual
cassette, Sanyo CD.
& 4 Speaker. $150.
(352) 527-7798


Computer
$125.
Wireless Headphones
$25.
(352) 382-3895
Cooler Computers, Inc.
Professional Services
Free Consultation
24/7 (352) 476-8954
DIESTLER COMPUTERS
Internet service, New &
Used systems, parts &
upgrades.' Visa/
MCard 637-5469
http://www.rdee.net
PENTIUM 3 COMPUTER
Monitor, keyboard &
mouse. Internet ready,
Printer incl. WIN 98, $100
(352) 726-3856
PENTIUM II Computer
CD, Mouse, Keyboard
&17" monitor, $70.00
$110 w/computer desk.
(352) 746-9394
TOSHIBA 10 GIGABEAT
Molb:lils aualo p.laer.
still In box, $150
(352) 344-0293




Massey Ferguson 275,,
Farm Tractor
late 1970 model. 4 Cyl.
Perkins Diesel, runs
good. Tires very good.
Ccnes ,ilh Tuft Lins
..r, hi-rro.. & Horace1 6
n1 Il'owr oome cwrner
, la 20 r- derurilel, roi
'C.U 3eo [:,, 001) .ra il
..ilI no iOt ,e P cr.1Il
(352) 795-4340




COUCH, 2 chairs, steel
frames, with.cushions,
i i'O Redwood rocker,
,:, e Cut'lOr i ;
aD:Obi ill In cec cor.d.
r5 (352) 637-5064
PATIO SET
JA Gioa.tJop Tobie
w/4 chairs-and cushions,
S $150
(352) 382-2155




42" ROUND TABLE
nea. ,ai inio, -d
while top -1 chair:
Ile new S-5
(352) 344-9668


'MR CITRUSCOUNT"


Couch, Chair, Ottoman,
overstuffed, beige,
suede leather, in good
cond. $250. obo
(352) 628'6175
Creme Color Sofa
Robb Stucky, 2 cushions
2 pillows, skirt to floor,
exc. cond. 4450
2 LAMPS. $60 each.
(352) 527-8416
Daybed, white whicker,
complete w/ trundle
bed & 2 Simmons
mastipedic mattress's,
$450. Floral love seat,
$150. Exc cond.
(352) 746-2303
Dbl. Dresser, Oak &
Smaller White Dresser.
$115. for both.
(352) 726-2261
DINING RM. SET
Glass table 40X68, brass
pedestal w/6 upholster-
ed chairs. $250.
(352) 382-4537
Dining Room Table &
4 chairs, white wash
$300. obo
Love seat tropical print.
$300. obo
(352) 746-1329
Executive Desk.6
.-,' maching
Credercza 6 .2 400.
(352) 382-1731
For Sale
2 Country, Style 2.1
SwAI'.- Bar Sicroli
$100. For Palr
(352) 746-5613
Futon Full Slze w,
oremrlun mo"tres
S i Glass Bar Table &
2 bar sloles .yc
cord 0150
(352) 746-2303
FUTON/BUNK BED
ENTAINMENT CEN.
TERIDRESSER $125
=OR ALL OBO 795-3866
Girl's Bdrm Set Full :z
bea aeak wir.uicnh.
dresser, bedside table,
It. color. $200/obo. Qu.
Bed frame 's5,;obo
(352) 464-4070
Glass Dining room labie
& J cnohaiis ,u 35 $75.
Sofa Bed, fair cond.
$35.After 6pm
(352) 563-2125
HIdda Bed Si100
Recliner Chair S25
(352) 637-5103
KITCHEN/INFORMAL
DINING SET able w',4
:nar: iw,,-el & tilt E"..:
cond Llletimne ,1art
Like rne' 575r
(352)465-2530
Lane Sectional 3 PC
Cou.:n. rul beO 2
recilr.er laroe &
dro'..er Blue
Asking .,27,.
(352) 489-8561
Lay Z Boy, platform
rocker brown weed
c:leor. ,;5 TV, 13" JVC
gooO cona 252
(352)341-1714
Lg. Dk. Pine Dresser
w/ mirror .armoire end
iable heodDoara.
ecel cona $100.
(352) 726-8116
Living Room Set
2 lo,.e seot'neutrol)
S250 ea 2 end tables
I c.:nee tcile iOlIla
.oo..aSi00
(352) 613-4940
Living Room Set

Couch love great 3
gla.. rtobies W! Ilne
rle.v 510:0
(352) 860-2122
Living Room Set .,ra 2
cro.ars 2 end tables I
c-onee table v350
Queen Anne Dining
Table & 4 Chairs '345
(352) 726-2261
Love Seat
gra., olue oral. $100.
Queen dk. pine coloni-
al headboard & frame
$50.
352-527-1285
Mattress King Si:e Pillow
Top Mattress Set. Never
used. Still In plastic. Cost
o.er S' Iu rMusl Sel1
"3)5 Del P.o'.
(352) 465-8741
MATTRESS Queen size
pillow top mattress set.
Never used. Still in plas-
tic. Cost. over $900. Sac-
rifice $300. Delivery
poss, (352) 465-8741
MATTRESS, Full sz. pillow
top mattress set: Never
used. Still In plastic.
Cost over $700. :
Sell $275. Delivery poss.
(352) 465-8741
Memory Foam Mattress,
Any size; $499.
While supplies last.
(352) 346-5858
MOVING SALE
Furn., MiscforBR
Near Plantation
CR Riv. (352) 795-5410
Navy/Burgandy plaid
couch, matching
coffee/end tables &
lamps. $250.
(352) 628-6316
SNice. Oval D/R
pedestal table w/ 4
chairs & 3 extensions.
Solid wood. $125.
(352) 746-1628
ORIENTAL FURNITURE
5 pieces, Head & foot
board, buffet, side
table, chest of drawers,
$700 (352)341-4755
PAUL'S FURNITURE
New inventory dally
Store Full of BargaIns
Tues-Fri 9-5 Sat 9-1
Homosassa 628-2306
Preowned Mattress Sets
from Twin $30; Full $40
Qn $50; Kg $75.
628-0808
QUEEN BEDROOM
Complete bed, armoire,
triple dresser/mirror and
night stand. Pine Ridge,
moving. $250 489-0834
Queen Sofa Sleeper,.
pastel colors, rattan .
arms, very good cond.
$250. Kitchenette Table
w/2 chairs, white, $40.


Sofa, Chair, Tables
and Lamps '
$225.
(352) 726-2280
Square Table w/ 4
chairs. Glass/birch.
$100.
(352) 465-1405
SUITABLE FOR SMALL
SPACE, Beige loveseat, '
$65. Slide rocker chair,
$40 (352) 637-6671
SUITABLE FOR SMALL
SPACE, Upright chest of
drawers, $25. End table,
w/magazfne rack, $20
(352) 637-6671
SWIVEL ROCKER, Best
company, dark green
fabric, looks & feels
great, like new, $65
(352) 726-9112
Table & 4 chairs.
2 end table, 2 lamps,
1 recliner chair,
$150 takes all,
(352) 628-7983
The Path's Graduates,
Single Mothers,
Needs your furniture.
Dining tables, dressers
& beds are needed.
Call (352) 527-6500
Twin Beds & Several
Dressers:. $100.
End Tables $50.
(352) 382-1000
Wall Unit Entertainment
Center. 6' x 6' Sauter
Cherry wood color
Excel. cond. $225.
(352) 726-4601




CRAFTSMAN
17MP Riding mower
& trailer $325
(352) 464-1177
FREE REMOVAL OF
Mowers, motorcycles,
RV's, Cars. ATV's, jet skis,
3 wheelers. 628-2084
Murray Push Mower
21 cut ciean $40. also
Snapper PIding Mooie
30" Curi Ne.v Briggo 12 5
Eng 3325 both runs V
GoodIll (352) 249-9160
New Husquvanarr
Automat., Lawn Tractor
i8', HPJ2 cutOst
$1 500 Sale $1,200. firm
(352) 746-7204
Power King Tractor
iJr p hiohlei, 18 cut w,'
do> Diode ro. itrt
hoailier which
artnor.meni 1200
(352) 341-3014
RIDING MOWER
JO cul Itlunao. like


Metal Roofing

Direct from Manufacturer


Tri.Counly 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

(800) 823-9298 9

www.tricountymetals.com


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

Beautiful Birch,
Bedroom Set n-mrior
dre.ser chesr or .iroa-
ers. 2 ilde iobles lamp
great conditor. $145.
(352) 527-3177
Bed king sz. box spring,
mattress, frame, clean
$125.
Bookcase I .r.ell.'e;
ligrt colored $25.
(352) 795-2706
Bed, King size w/
mattress, box spring &
frame, exccond, $300.
Will Deliver.
,(352) 344-8672
BED: $170, New Queen.
No Flipped Pillow Top
Set. 5 yrs warr. King Set
$215. Delivery
352-597-3112'
BED: 5r5.9 lJaOco
Memory Foam Set,
,eer. on i V 20y-r Wan.
jeFer Used e 16101
Coo i459. Car. Deii.er
352-398-7202
Bedroom Suite, white,'
queen size bed,
nightstand, dresser w/
9 Ig. drawers, $500.
Dinette Table w/
1 leaf, & 4 chairs, $500.
(352) 382-1731
BEDS BEDS BEDS
Beautiful fact closeouts.
Nat. Advertised Brands
50% off Local Sale
Price- Twinn 31' -. F.uii
,159-QueerF ? i'Q 'ng
;,249 (352)795-6006
Bunk Bed w/ desk &
tundle,. $500. OBO
Table & chairs. Iron &
glass, $75.2 Dressers w/
mirrors, $75 each.
Coffee & End Table.
$40, 352-422-8093
Bunk Beds
Solid Oak, with'
mattress's, good cond.
$175.
(352) 726-7106
Burrow, 10 drawer,
good cond., $40.
(352) 489-9569
Classic Walnut Wall Unit
6'x6', bookcases, light-
ed shelves, desk, TV
space, bottom shelved
cabinets, cost $900, sell
$400. (352) 382-3879


CLASSIFIED


BLUEBERRY PLANTS
Floral City Over 550
3 gal available Large &
will be Olooming soon
S is per plant
Sharp Tree Farm
(813) 949-6205




Citrus Springs
f.Aloving 5ale. Sat.%& Sun
Furn A."ppi washer &
arvei. EVERYTHING
2224 W. Greenway PI.
HERNANDO -
Moving In Sale'
Sat. & Sun. 8am-5pm
1600 E. Ray St. No early
bra Follow Slans from
Croth Rd Tools, turn.
knl.k knacks, game-
cube. gamrres DVD 68
mustang & more
LECANTO
Sunday Only 9 -3pm
Some rurr, 2 dikes
books, comic bks,
hshld, much more
2872 W. Sunrise St.
Timberlane Estates
Rainbow Springs
Nrc.vingl Sal. & Sun 9. ?
9195 SW 210 Circle
TImberlane Estates
Fri. Sat. & Sun. 8am-2pm
Furn., collectables, etc.


Leather Harley-
Davidson Jacket
Size 46 Taillgoodcond.
$100.
(352)621-3802
Wedding Gown
full length. 3Xw/veil,
worn once.
$150.
(352) 344-4112




* BURN BARRELS *
$10 Each
Call Mon-Fri 8-5
860-2545
.2 boxes of Books for
Waste Water Treatment
Plant Operation &
Maintenance,
$100 OBO.
(352)637-1337
2 MOBILE HOME AXLES,
rims & tires, exc. cond.
$150.
(352) 628-5129
(352) 422-1746

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
16' Extension Ladder,
new. $60.00
2 hp 4 gal. alr
compressor, new.
$85.00
(352) 746-0124
Bakers Rack,
excel. cond. $75.
GE electric 30 gal hot
water heater like new
$75.
(352) 795-7054
Bicycle Rack, Alien, 3
bike rack for car
receiver hitch. Almost
new w./ Instructions,
$40.(352) 563-5040
CARPET
.1000s of Yards/In
Stock. Many colors.
Sacriflce352-527-1528


SAp athe Ke Trainig.Cter *
,- B sness Office 1'-.." .,--"
.- Human Riesource Dept.4 '' '".,.'
At 130 Heights Ave, Inrl emess, IiL34452. -,-::'$,-
Or Call 34V t '.*3 .
(DD: 1-800-545-1833 4 t.'%34) EOE



F\T employees needed to assist
developmentally disabled adults learn
basic living skills in a residential setting.
On the job training. 2nd Shift. Proof of HS
diploma\GED required. F\T employees
hired prior to February 01, 2006 will
receive health insurance effective
February 01, 2006.


7770' ', Backb?6dind Chedks'And !/.-
S,"- Ermploymet '.ceait Ph-ic"l Wiil
Ik;;-.', .' Be Requre dFor Rst ffe
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CITRUS CouNTY (FL) CHRONICLE


CLASSIFIED

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CARPET FACTORY Direct
Restretch Clean *
Repair Vinyl Tile *
Wood (352) 341-0909
SHOP AT HOME
Cast Iron Wood Burning
Parlor Stove, polished
alum., trim, new $300.
Aquarium 39 Gal.
eclipse, new tank only
$30.Hernando :
(352) 465-7210
CLASS 3 HITCH
for '01 Dakota, $60
CLIMBING TREE STAND,
$50 (352) 726-9399
College Level Law
Books; $50.
2 boxes of College
Psychology books, $75
(352) 637-1337
.Craft Wood
V1" and Yh" Oak and,
Poplar, Truck Load .
$350.
(352) 628-0279

Estate/Merchandise
I AUCTION I
*THURS. JAN. 26.
4000S. Fla. Ave.
Hwy. 41-S, Inverness
PREVIEW: 1 PM
AUCTION: 5PM
BMW, Nascar
collect., tools 2
entire house fullsl
See Web: www.
dudleysaucfion.com
DUDLEY'S AUCTION I
(352)657-9588 1
AB1667 AU2246
i2% Bue-r,FPrPrnium
2%d, C ca-n,'cr, e.
k -d ---n
* SUPERBOWL SPECIAL
KEYWEST Jumbo Shrimo
13-15ct. $51b; Other Sea
Food Aval.795-4770
GE MICROWAVE
CpocElTaker ..;.ai
r'ouni, nre.v :35C0 '.ill
'for $75, like new.
(352) 726-3093
Generator, Coleman,
Model 5750, $500.
'85 Jeep Grand
Wagoner, part orl,
no lile 7liu
(352) 476-7160
Green Corduroy Couch
/1i.-.erituffedbc t. ..
j V61,,,:.ir. rnjll1
colored throw pillow,
great cond, $150.
Treadmill, works great,
has several settings,
$75;(352) 220-8753
Iron Outdoor Patio Set
table & chairs,
$95.
Nice desk $50.
(352) 422-5707-
Kenmore ide t-, :-ide
./ e- in .j.d:.cr $75.
Palntball guns and fill
lali,,n ior rillingr loarL.;
ard more $200.
(352) 563-0462
Kitchen Cabinets,
including onrrv -n:
d ,ou le sink' oak
eycelleri c.raii-or.
$400.obo
(352) 447-6120
LEATHER LIKE sofa t
recliner, forest green,
Ilke n.v :.',u
Refrigerator S:.0-
(352) 726-4785
PARROT CAGE
FOR SALE
10 00
628-9266 or
352-476-5453
Porch'PVC Furniture
table w/ 6 chairs on
casters $150. .
(352) 726-4172
Sheet Rock Equipment
I pair inuja,.. rillLe
adjurnt, 1-Sheel Rock
Jack e.ernd to 9 *-
1 2' x 4" ,r..-ile :cai el
Use-: Ior c.rr lMar,
operation $600. obo
(352) 628-6571
Small Stereo
CD/Cassette/Radio
$45.
Lg roao.-er Buner
'.er,.e ': Jil
(352) 563-5113
SOD. ALL TYPES
Installed and delivery
available.352-302-3363
SOLAR HEAT PANELS
For I- :'2 i.vImmrr.ir,
po-.:i. "200
(352)3.44-0873
Sto-rite model SR200LP
Go; P7,:.l Healer I.Ted
3. itrrme6 < 12C,)
,,,(352) 527-7114
TIRES
4-15x I0Eagle Allc.y
Wheels w/36x 12 515 Su-
perSbamper TSL s
$400 Call 35Z- 95-6692
TRAIN'S-N-SCALE
Layout &
Accessories, $200
Call (352) 637-4098
TV, 19", color, works ok
v..' dtard ',30
(352) 220-8753
Vinyl Pool
paid $10 .-l ing $100.
aoo Color TV 19 &
Old Stom.,; $50.
(352)637-9521
White 4 poster bed & 2
glass end tables, $450;
Magnavox 25" screen
TV, $350; JVC 22"
screen TV, $275: Oak
dresser 5 drawers, $300;:
2 Wicker bar0-icol :.
2 Ar.riru' ern.3 colir.el
giTe, h.rll ...,-aiecJa
w/mirror, $500.
(352)382-5999 -
Wir,.dw ".'C
Wari-, Firne
$50.
(352) 382-1000




.4 WHEEL RASCAL,
$375;
PRIDE LEGEND
(352) 628-9625
Electric Lift Chair, i,30.:i
Bed Side Camode, $20:
(352) 344-8001
Green Uft Chair
Very good Cond. $150.
(352) 795-0126 ..
Uft Chair, Tan, works
good, $200.
S(352)341-3716
Shower bench, Lrg, $35
Walker, $25.
(352) 344-8001
ULTRA LIGHTWEIGHT
FOLDING TRANSPORT


CHAIR, $100
(352) 344-2313



-=I
Guitar, Epiphone
deluxe, LesPaul,
excel. cond. $550.
PeavyAmp
50W tube, 2x12 $400:
(352) 563-0166
ORGAN, GERMAN
WERSI, beautiful tone,
good cond., $400.
Couch 84" & loveseat,
57", earth tones, exc.
cond $125 637-5064
Spinit Piano
$375.
2 free lessons,
(352) 563-0166


HEALTH RIDER, Total
Body Aerobic Fitness
machine, like new, cost
$600, selling for $150
obo (352) 382-4241
NORDIC TRACK
SKI MACHINE
w/extras, $75 obo.,
(352) 637-2989
Pilates Work out ,
exerciser, As seen on
QVC. Like new, $125.
(352) 527-2327
Wanted Original Body
by Jake Excerclse Ma-.
chine. (352) 746-4028'




2000 Yamaha Golf
Cart, fijil .Air-a.r1-i.j
new batteries & cables.
$2195.OBO
.(352) 382-1326
BROWNING A-BOLT
22-250 with Boss, .
Leupold Scope. $750.00
400-5164
DOG TRACKING EQUIP:
MN-10 receiver and 3
Johnson collars $550.00
: (352)628-4716
EZGO Electric Golf Cart
Wn p-l ;ti.:' 1: ll dc...r,
id-e: 'i21.20 Columbia
Gas 3 wheel. $800,.
Both run. 352-341-3083
SUPERBOWL SPECIAL
KEYWEST Jumbo Shrimp
13-15cit. $51b; CRAB
Stone & Blue. 795-4770-
Girls 20" )c,h ..r.r.r, e-'
Dlu- ai.Od 0 rior,.d
-roai'e ; andr, 0 --31 ,
b-ra ,e I''A-"- J 1. ',.
1O':1 jmrnm-r $30.
(352) 465-3939

GUN & KNIFE
SHOW
Brooksville
HSC Club ,
Jaor 2 6 :-ari. .rr,
.Jr. 29 '' mon-, .JpiT,
Hernord.-.'..:. ur.r, Fa,ir
Grounds.
Admission S6.00
* (352) 799-3605
KING COBRA
454 C..n-p Eii,.r 9dceg.
reg eI- u-. T..D:.
C.:.,l r.-e.. :J:111:1 *ale
$175 ADAMS New Idea
Hybrid Irons =4.- PW
qrapr.ihe rCleg rl.- $125.
(352) 746-5966
Ladies Delta
Professional ,.:,r ;-i
iror, .vo .:-: 0-3a .i
elr.3 ILt-i r, :" '".`
BBQ Grill, $45.
(352) 341-1714
Male & Female
ii i ii iri' -ia,1r. :C'. I"I
II : Ul.: i xlip,-d Lj'..
rrleog- $250. ea.
(352) 746-7204
Nike Sasquatch Driver,
Daro.a r.ne i :.. JAi iJ
Calloway Big Bertha
Irons 1,1- ." eel 24c 1.:(1:
(352) 860-0048
OCC Schwinn
Stingray
Chopper Bike
$300. new asking $150.
(352) 344-4703
POOL TABLE,
G-:.rgecous.u I laile,
ne..., ir. rotr i l95.
352-597-.3519
Regulator U C, Di.er. ilk.-
neA.v %, .,re.sure
dJeplr. Cormpa .
:comrT. -: gujge -. i-'-.
Ir ,c BC iir. & fins.-
: (352) 46581979:',
Walking Electric
Golf Cart
$350. obo
(352) 382-1613




2004 22' Car trailer,
Lised -.-.r:. c Gw 000
2 a -i in.i all ha-rd
,-rl-- ':6,00 OBC'
(352) 628-2286
4x8 BOX TRAILER
2 spares, top & rear
lift up ?: ..-.I-:-
(352)344-2984
5X6 UTILITY TRAILER,
enclosed, homemade,
15" fires, $300 obo,
-(352) 860-1097-
5'xl0!' All Steel Utility Tri.
1i. rire:. '52.- iI0I
(352) 637-4081
-. i2, ilir, Tral-er
,: ,Ci--, Cc-ri
-" :Irg ; :'':
(352) 637-1894
'96 CARGO TRAILER,
8x16, enclosed, exc.
c i:r .a i. e i ri- ii 110

(352) 637-5825
BUY, SELL, TRADE, PARTS,
REPAIRS, CUST. BUILD
www,ezpulItrallers,com
Hwy 44 & 486
UTILITY TRAILER
7'x20' Enclosed, Elk River
2005, rear & side swing
doors, like new, $4950'
Call Scott 352-270-3405
Work Trailer
02 >. -11,:.
rrI diOric.3:ion i-. 5'
$1,300. obo
(352) 270-3162




Hey Guysl, perfect for
Valentines Day
Cubic ZIrconIa 10K
,Cocktail Ring 29 prong
set stones. Rainbow .
springs $225.
(352) 489-4445.


-s

Aviary 6'x6'
Glass front
(352) 382-2175
WANTED: Reasonably
. priced Mobile home on
/4-acre minimum. Minor
repairs OK.-Cash for fast
.losinar (35I) 344-2586


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.
A.K.C YORKIES
1 boy,1.girl,$650-750
352-465-6823
Humanitarians
of Florida
Low Cost Spay &
Neuter by Appt.
Cat Neutered $20
Cat Soaved $25
Dog Neutered &
Spayed start at $35
(352) 563-2370


fomeranlan, iu wKs,
male, AKC, cookie
color $600. also father
same color ready to
bred (352) 341-1713
SHARPEI & LAB MIX
PUPPIES. $75-$100 each.
(352) 220-6343 L/M




30 Gal Fish Tank. Hood,
heater, filter, 2 water
pumps for bottom filter,
many extras, many
coral rocks, 1 ig. -
colored stone & books.
$125: (352) 726-8292
Aquarium Tank 150 gal.
w/ stand & accessories
$600. Call after 6pm
(352) 344-5436




APHA Reg. Paint Colts,
not broke, will be 2 In ,
April, Bring all offers,
(352) 382-5547 ..
0C.i-,L- F'alamin.- r.13re. C-
.. 1r cI: -i-i 'H :,,rr-.:.-
M oare J r: .:,1.-1 i : ,':..,,3
cal:., l IIre: 1': l I'II'i ,:
-(352) 585-3768
Horse Sitting w/TLC
01l ,ujr -orr.
L.:.r..3 j-...: ri T:rm.
352-746-6207




'8 6 i ." H I I- ,r ij e- 2 1
i.:.c ,I c r., .: ik L ., .: r
Marine Mechanic,
-.: .-..r,- $2.200..
(352) 795-7998
Boat Motor :'"'-
r,r.. :r,: I Jiir,p : 3r, .e
Sea tested. $950.
(352) 564-1324
Floating Boat Docks
1- 16'x8' wood deck.
11200 1- 1?'v'
Frtr-r.gli. : : i ;i ;'II.
(352) 586-1259
OUTBOARD MOTOR
4 stroke Honda, 5hp w/,
remote tank, runs great,
.$475. (352) 563-5040
Tohatsu Motor
riJE'A .HI J 1 rr..e-
.. l.an-' :i 2,:,,:,
352-212-0515, I .1m




0000 .
THREE RIVERS
MARINE



CLEAN USED
BOATS
We Need Them!
We Sell Them!
U.S. Highway 19
Crystal River
563-5510
14 It Lowe Flat bottom
-90 0 i ,ian l.11r, r.,i'c ..
bow mnt electric, trail-..
' er, new battery & fish
finder $1500. Fort Island
Tr Encore RV Park'
616-566-8327
12 ALUM V-HULL
-.HP Mc.Ir.r a tlaier E>.
ceillent C.:,ndI or, 1850 I:00
Canl 252 628-6367
14ft. Alum. Jdn4fat
S :'0HP .r-.3I~iie
S.'.ell pln;:.rrT. ?ear
nimirni. .. r. e : batJter',
iar, iIr,d.jr tr.ller *+ -c-
tras; perfect cond. can
demo In lake $2,650.
(352) 637-6397
Aluma Craft
12fl .*.i111-, .iT,cr r on, o
misc. accessories.
$650. obo
(352) 228-3181.
Bayliner Trophy 24'
Er..:i ..r.eelro,.:, .:l ;
u i-,-.,. upr.r.iir,
il.-i rr.iri.3 ruii i-/well;ff;
..v2' + tri 1i:rtosee
will-buy-(352) 563-1915
BOATS
200; Ji6 e Caf.:,inra
Slri. 2.5r, p Men:ury &
t,aier j4-O(I OI0 -00

CAROLINA SKIFF
'0-1 lAFT 0DLv dI.-.:'
rr.:.rl .i '- r Ji" H I
SIroiler oCO ilOi: -
(352) 860-2817
DOCK
Old Styrofoam
removal &replacement
to code. 352-220-9320,
or 352-400-0114
SUPERBOWL SPECIAL
KEYWEST Jumbo ShrimD
13-15ct. $51b;: there Sea
Food Avail. 795-4770
HURRICANE
2001 20' Deckboatw/
len, Irhr 1er .-el,
low hrs $16,500.
(352) 527-8622
Jon Boat
1Oft + 2 ors, life savor
&.2 cushions $500.
(352) 382-1613


HURRICANE *
Deck Boats
SWEETWATER*
PONTOONS

Bay and Off Shore
Citrus Counties
Best Service &

Crystal River
Marine
352-795-2597

Keywest, 17'
1994, w/Tr.,p nmr.:,jr,
motor & irl-ilr .ar1,1-i,
extras, good cond.
$4900. (352) 634-0131
MAKO
23', walk around '
console w/ Top,, all
el,-: r,':,ric :- re.. Irmm
100- 22 .r-c :., .Ir,ru-3 '

(352) 628-4911 -


Odyssey
Pontoon 23', 2005, w/
2005 4 stroke, 90HP
Yamaha, w/ tandem
-trailer, $15,000.(352)
447-5660/634-4588


PLAYBOUY
PONTOON BOAT 20'
w/1976 70HP Evenrude
w/ good trailer. $2500
352-563-1519
Proline Cuddy 21'
Walkaround '88 w/full
canvas, 150 Johnson
Exc shape. w/trailer
$4700. (352) 628-0776
RANGER
1989, 20', Bass Boat, no
motor or trailer, $500.
(352) 564-1324
SKIFF
14', Fiberglass, 15hp
Johnson motor short
, shaft, trailer, floats very
shallow, motor runs
great.,$1700.
(352) 746-9037
Starcraft 14' Alum.
Semlv & galvanized
trailer. Good cond.
Clean & ready to fish.
Asking $895.
(352) 527-2321
STARCRAFT
-1965,16' Aluminum,
'92-30hp Suzuki.4 stroke,
exc-cond w/ trailer,
$2500. (352) 621-7706
SUNBIRD
1991,171/2 Ft:, cuddy
cabin, canvas top, 88
HP Johnson., Venture
STrdlailer. $4,000. obo .
(352) 628-3535







Carolina Skiff
R17V 50HP
Yamaha
$11,595

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SYLVAN INFINITY 19'
-2006- 10 HRS, 90HP
-r.l i .,r' V-r-P -'

SYLVAN
PONTOON BOAT
I:' I J .HP' .1erc
.. g,:,,:.3l Ir[311.[r 0' l".,'"
:.0 (352) 344-0017
V Hual
14' Fiberglass, live well
.. Ir.3 ir *:"Xi H":,"'
(352) 34.4-1485
WANTED:
ROWBOAT
with oars
:(352) 341-2356




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TRADE &
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Hwy. 44-W nverness
(352)344-1411
CHEVY
;98 -2 H .:ildo, ri ln-,bier
.,,':or,,:,rer ,i.h : JI '
rrar., r.e.o, porl: e.el-I
$28,900. (352) 795-9872
COMO-AUTO
TRUCK & RV SALES
H wy., 19, Homoso.sa
S oC' e.d .--Ci,.:. B

Also A Selection of
New Fleetwoods
& Slarcrafts
Call Jim
(352)628-1441
JAYCO
94, irn ri ir. ..heel .,
o*. r. $6.500.
(352) 795-7224
Country Aire F350
I":'." J._,iZT ':,,-ol,:,,'.
,I&-C.03 i .- '0 run: Ltul
r.- e ..-- rl-
(260) 377-9662
Monarch 34'
2000 'LiJ mn-ll: .. .3IO., -
r e u lr .a l : ,lo r i i
HC.-.-.3ir i.leArir,. .3? nrg
7S.:. 0001(352) 746-9457
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SHASTA
28', Motorhome, 73K,
new tires, new A/C
good shape, $3,900.
(352) 795-4949
Hideaway In the Hills
Looking for a good
-place to go for the
summer? 35' RV on 2
LOTS,.flshlng, swimming,
golf & more, $27,500.
(352) 330-4031




AIRSTREAM
2001,19', Sleeps 4, fully
loaded, exc cond,
$18,500 (352) 746-1163
FLEETWOOD ,
'92, Wilderness, 5th whl,
33/2', W/DLg. slide new
tires & brakes, every-
thing works & clean
$7,000. (352) 621-3802
Ford 9" 4x4 F/R Diff.
$400. each
9' Dlsc/Brk, rear, $375.
250/inllne, 6 cycle $375.
(352) 795-0349
PREMIER
2006, By Hy'line, 32FT
travel trailer, super slide,
washer/dryer, Sacrifice
$27,500 Consider trade
(352) 586-6181 cell
THOR FIFTH WHEEL
0.,, Needs fiberglass
, work on the right front
side; 2 slide outs, Interior
in great cond, too


many Items to list.
$13,500. Call after 6pm,
352 795 2601, or leave a
message.
WILDERNESS 2003
Advantage 5th whi. 34'
3 slides, asking $28,900/
obo. (352) 270-3349




4 Core, brass tank
radiator, $50.
Hernando
(352) 465-7210
Chrome Rear Bumper
88-94 stepside, Chevy
$75. Chevy Saginaw,
3 spd. full syncro, trans,
excel. cond. $75.
Hernado (352) 465-7210
Michelin Tires
P235-60R-16, LX4 WSW
org. $256, ea.,half worn
$120. for all four
(352) 382-1191


Hitch, Class 3 Reese for
Ford. $40. Call after
6pm (352) 344-5436
REESE CLASS II HITCH
1-V1" receiver, like new,
never used, $135. Call
(352) 726-2562
SET OF 4 DUNLOP MUD
ROVERS 33x12.50's,
decent tread, $170
(352) 400-0155
Tonneau Cover
Black, 6FT long, was on
a Dakota, 6mos; old.
Must sell. $150.
(352) 586-2967
VW Engine Blocks $100.
each, Misc. Engine
parts, $20.00
(352) 637-1894




ATV + ATC USED PARTS
P',j., e II.Tra .d "T. -TC
-- .:an -I -n.pm Dave's
USA (352) 628-2084
CONSIGNMENT USA
Car-Truck-Boat-SUV
CASH OR CONSIGN
98% Sales Success. No
Fee to Seller,909 44W/
'US19-airport. 2:12-3041
FREE REMOVAL OF
SMowers, motorcycles,
RV's; Cars. ATV's, Jet skis,
.3 wheelers. 628-2084
VEHICLES WANTED,
Dead. or Alive.
Call Smitty's Auto
628-9118
WANTED: 83 TO 86
MUSTANG COUPE
Wanted: Dead or .
Alive: 1983 to 1986
Mustang Coupe 5:0 1-
--.r 1-.:. riot.ar-:.r,.3:i :.t
S,:,:r.. ertl,- :,:,c p
only, prefer tan or,
brown Interior, can
be running or notl
Call anytime:
I- O .026 Ir ,c'j I
a rm-i', .r-. r..rri.t-er
I ....1' :.31 ,.:.u .O -:




1998 SATURN SW2
148000 miles 4dr Auto
AI P'S ,W rM'F[M
CD":2 -: 2.00 j uO' 80

2000 PONTIAC
GRAND AM
tE ii.- i c,, o,:r. d 1
: an-, I i4:K .: 0.ij
151 135








02 Pontiac Grand Am .
:, 4,1. L .,Jd $8,980
'02 Chevy Monte Carlo LS
L- -,M l,,, ,r I d SEl i t10,980
'03 Dodge Intrepid SE
Y .'r. li, l 5. 11,880


Acura
"g : ,c or,.rr3 '"^.jr:'
(352) 637-9537
-*BIG SALE@ @
CARS TRUCKS SUVS
CRED(T REBUILDERS
$500-$1000 DOWN.
Clean ,Olae ul,:..
CONSIGNMENT USA
-093j6R1 I _i.i :19Llrport
-..:.-iji r '12.3CLI. I'
BMW Conv. '91
u, f- : ''C CI:'
"l J C .. 1: ir.-c : 5i
(352) 527-6653
BUICK
190' Park .- ..-,,
,- ,ile J k ru hi Jll;,

(352)560-7404
BUICK ,
.: -: r,t-jr, Ijrur .g .c-"3
i '.,:,o ,1 ,-ll
(352) 860-0427
between 6pm-9pm
BUICK
'98 .':er.hjr, 1J.1-

$6,300.
( 1352) 249-4475
BUY SELL
TRADE&
SERVICE AT
COMO AUTO -
TRUCK & RV
SALES
Hwy. 44-W., Inverness
(352) 344-1411
CADILLAC
1999 El Dorado, 31,000
-miles. Showroom
condition. $15,000.
Aft, 7pm, 352-422-2015
CADILLAC
'99 :,C.-33ri i - le Ar, .
TI rull .'.er : 12 nr-
obo, Keith, located be-
side Harley Davidson on
Hwy. 19 (352) 795-4226
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
CHEVROLET
2005 Cavalier coupe,
5-spd., A/C, CD, 15,900
mi,, $'2 500 .':.t.,:.
(352) 344-5561
CHEVY CAVILIER
1988 ,,4cyl ,'5spd, gas
saver; runs/looks great,
$1500. (352) 344-2615
CHRYSLER
1988 New Yorker, great
for parts or repair, good
3.0 litre, V-6, clear title,
$300'obo
(352) 344-8678
CHRYSLER
" Sebring LXI, 2002, 4dr.
sedan. 77K, auto trans.
Good cond. $8,900.
(352)465-1171


COMO-AUTO
TRUCK & RV SALES
Hwy. 19, Homosassa
02 Merc Sable $ 7990
02 Saturn SC-1 $9490
02 PTCrulser $10,990
02 ChevCam. $11,990
01 VW Beetle $12,490
04 Suzuki Grand
Vitara XL-7 $16,990
Call Jim
(352) 628-1441
FORD
1993 Tempo, 117K ml.,
runs good, new tires,
needs some work, $850
(352) 860-0102
HONDA
1985 Accord, needs
minor work, $300
(352) 726-4785
HONDA
1987 Accord LX, runs,
mechanic's special,
$400 obo '
(352) 637-9012


Honda Accord LX
1992,4 door.., 102k,
auto., all power.,
loaded, garage kept.
$2450. (352) 795-4871
LINCOLN
1995, Towncar
Signature Series, Exc.
shape, green w/ white
leather, $3,500,
(352) 637-7110
Lincoln Towncar
1996, very good cond.
All equip. Silver w/grey
leather. $4250.OBO
(352) 628-6320
MAZDA
'88, RX7, 2 DR, cony.,,
bik, runs great, many
new parts. $3,000. obo
(352) 62A-0014
Mercury Sable LS
1996, 152k, all options, '
runs good. $1000.
(352) 746-9394
MUSTANG CONV.
-03, strawberry w/tan
leather, V-6 auto, full
pwr.'Exc. 32K, $14,850
(352) 476-1712

*NOTICE*
OPEN SUN
JAN. 22
10AM TO 2PM
COMO AUTO
TRUCK & RV
OF HOMOSASSA
Call Jim
(352) 628-1441

Olds Alero GLS
2 i:",',: i'.' r.T t r.r
I.:,,.> -d i :" l. ',i 1l

(352) 302-3107
OLDSMOBILE
-'.3.3:.r, -J.3r .-: ,- :-:i
:..ra, r'il r .:-nt ,1
CLroLe ,311a ira.3.r [tr tu
,:. .C,,:,, .3 1r,in .:e-r.le
,: ri.:. i. l- .:..ir -3 l ,3 r-31
family --3r :200 :-:)BO.
(352) 637-9010
OLDSMOBILE
I .: , J r
:, :urli.:',:,r .:1' pl,3,er
0 .i:i (352) 586-3070
(352) 560-7019
PONTIAC
,:r'jl;' P .r :ujrr.:.: I
-,:,rri -.,: ,: ri,
:. :1`,r,. i .1 I .:i,:,
(352) 746-3507
PONTIAC
'98, ir3r.. -rr. .IO.: I
.,. I : .-:
$7,500.
(352) 746-5515
Pontiac Grand Am
1 .'l.ll 1 2 Vr ,l

(352) 628-0304
Pontiac Grand AM

blue. Allp..r "er i.:-3
up to dcale ::
(352) 560-7801
SATURN SL2
199q ^,'C' P.-.r 'r Tll .
L'/,lrC ,'. *2,,:-ller ..:c.i
,11,:,, W i- r -.. lri.
I'u r.. re 1 1:11"11-1
352-228-7651
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TOYOTA
03 Camary LE
'loaded, 72k, clean, '
$12,900..
(352) 628-6537
TOYOTA
2000 Camry LE, 77K ml.,
e..- .-:.:,r.d 500 obo
(352) 860-1322
TOYOTA
COROLLA VE 1999
Green, '0: : r-... -, r.
l: 5 spd, A/C, Power
Ltrering, AM/FM Ster-
,:. ?^r..l- C,.,'r,pa.:1 I

age, mechanically per-
fect. Well cared for
or-n a-i r.--e : 1:1'.3 1
-:.,.:- (813) 766-5013
VW Passat Wagon
C.:L' 1:0'] I..:..31-.
leather. $15,500. OBO
(352) 586-6908




Chevrolet Corvette
199'5 i6 13i-, rae r.-r
glass top; extremely
clean. $12,500. 080
Call days(352)447-0777
or (352)746-0736 eve.
Corvette 1979,
Factory 4 speed, 350
eng., new leather seats,
carpet, a/c, & P/S, :
Glass t-tops. 75k miles,
$8900. (352) 228-1812
MUSTANG
'65, Coupe, 289 auto.,
tan Interior, new metal-
lic green, excel, cond.
$10,000. (352) 628-6551
OLDSMOBILE
1946, 98, 4 dr, fair
restorable cpnd.
Cantoh Ohio area.
$3,000(352) 726-0005
STUDEBAKER
'57, ilverhawk, stand-
Sard, fair cond., red,
"needs painting & TLC
$7,500. (352) 628-6551
TransAm
.'86, Rebuilt, 350, less
than 2000 mi. on motor,
red, T-tops, 50's w/ rims


itu o oUUiny rFir
Association
3600 South Florida Ave,
Inverness, Florida 34450
Phone: 352-726-2993
Fax: 352-726-3121
www.citrusbountyfair.com
ccfair@talkz.com


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1996-S-I0, 80K 6n
eri.aie rri or, r,.
pa.rl: 0' ', .:.0i ,C'-'.
(352) 341-4586
CHEVROLET
2000 SClverado Z-71 4
wheel dr. E.t ,:-i :
cond., loaia-r i i ,."I
(352) 341-8451
CHEVROLET
'J I L. :.r, 3 I ure,:
,*lb-;cel I..r,..E..-a r,.-'.

r: ,:'-- ,r :. ir'.W ,:, ,:P
(352) 860-2817
CHEVY
01 4 x 4, ex,cab, 10k
rTi .. -r: L e r. ..
Steal it SI1.500
(352) 726-7544
CHEVY FULL SIZE
1':"20 H iir a.:.r, I,: Z ,71j
,.. d,: -r :. 'J,:- i .: :,.
(352) 613-2801
DODGE
'05 Ram ,' I L :.
-,, :.4,-,,4 .t .-.. irr
: ',1 (352) 637-5973
or 813-951-5795
DODGE
.-:' : lA:d..-3.,
a -Orul 'jI'Il J .2:6
(352) 726-1296
DODGE 3500
i l.r, l- lll_ JII'J *3l
:' J ,rl, u.t l 1 -'i ll- r,
.pl.:i.r r iu. .l II, lu.
j ":": : -- 1 i: :A ll

(352) 527-8951
DODGE 3500 Quad
'03 -i ..l .3J.:l1,
L 3 ir a ,T J -L r 'id I.3
3he lo ,: l-,air,-r I ..-
pedals, 5th hitch, more,
burgundy, Ext, warr.
S28.500. (352) 341-4949
Explorer Sporttrac
: :1. i e--ri :el :,:,r-k

(352) 382-0098
FORD
10.. 0 Panaer rilckiJp
.*.r.rc r,i r. .i-e-i.i--
1:" (352) 637-6053

FORD
S n -J ? 1 t.':.r F. -50
SI :,up ,Jr -,,jr, L-.1
0 r-"i i r, -1

li h- : .-i.. ,' J
ri- ri:.. li r. l.: .-: C-.

il. undl r r...arra E el ,

,r ..:r e.....irr .3 ,r,







.r r,,r ,i ,i r rer.L
r i,-, p., ir , I
fI? I-." .. i '.r.. 0 ..
(352) 49310055
FORD
2,i"' .'r.ger Edge,.
'Jt..-n..,311,: all pO..,r
".CD ,.u re[ .3r .Pla-n
..cwloads from Ohio
, car,a.-, ..:,.e." .pr,3, rr,
dwm llr Gr-.ea I truck.
$4300(352)746-431362
FORD
'9286 18Fi I.. rj.:
:$200 .0. .ob 3 hrr ,o1e
.r.' ..,311 plan, t i.:..,.a
t. wo:loads from Ohio
down" Great .truck.
$4,300 (352)563-0462
FORD
.92 r"onace. J1 -J :..
ruri .are.31 1 ,...ner

(352) 302-9443
FORD F-150 XL '01
Ir -ur-i. .l re-:-i ,r,- :
... T 48K, -r-i
ir ,i .' .:.n.r r,, r -, .1
all 352-302-4707 .:.r
352-344-5737 !:500-
Ford Ranger
'. iur.:r ITc I' nril,
Orn .:,. r.,r :jJi, ii
(352) 382-4237
Ford Ranger
.1988, runs great. Std.,
STopper. $1200. "
(352) 746-4535 or
476-8473





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TOYOTA 4X4
'83 Pickup, new tires/
exhaust, fresh motor,
solid front. axle. $3,000
: (352) 726-3935, Iv. msg.
TOYOTA
'98,Tocoma,71k ml,.
fiberglass topper,
excel cond. $7,200.
302-8886, 352-621-5346




1999 JEEP GRAND
CHEROKEE


62k mi, 11000 oboall pwr,
Air Bags, ABS, Tilt,cruise,
tow pk.runs/looks
exc.287-4248
2003 JEEP LIBERTY
FREEDOM EDITION
48000 miles, $15,900.00
OBO,Sliding Sun Roof,
Leather Seat Inserts.
Great Cond. 726-5852


BUY SELL
TRADE & .<
SERVICE AT,
COMO AUTO
TRUCK & RV t
SALES
Hwy. 44.W. Inverness
(352) 344-1411
GRAND CHEROKEE
Laredo Jeep 1998; exc.
.:..rnd 113m'i
CallJ R h Irr t ':r .,:I 1
(352) 860 1540 .
or 302-6123
Isuzu Amigo
I ,,.,t,'-, r r: -.' 1 l: ,
it r .r----i h"l,.'
(352) 621-7295 Aftei 5p
Jeep
99. Wranglei ijii, r :load-
-,3 .,.Jl,: alr ,- Irli
I:IIJl: l.I:.C. r .: i
e ,:a. $19r rar,.1er II.
l re r. .ds Car:
79.250 (352) 382-7001
oa 314-249-8015
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CialRihr


CHEVY
S'66, /4 Ton, Long Box,
best offer'
(352) 382-2195
FORD -
'93 t.p I.-.r-r -I I i- I
S- .'-. -, *3r-,it
S,:,r,,i3 $3 700. abo
(352) 212-8997 )rt illa
JEEP
'00. ,- r.-r r:,i ,e ;--,rii-,d
,:r i : :r.-, $7,500.
ODO (352) 746-6295
MERCEDES BENZ
I.:... rril- : '::I
(352) 344-4344
NISSAN
'92,'93 : :pal r:11 t..ir
pod Iriel, sAllOg. Q r..
brush guard, Ipoks/runs
good. $2,950.
352344-4578
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TOYOTA
'95 Tacoma, ext. cab: '
I J I I :' ,1
$6 950.
(352) 628-6537




'99 TOYOTA SIENNA
XLE i,-.3- r,r I.:.,3 .3
:ur,,.:..:.r : I., 0I
L.:-:4 : s ru r.: g rr- "-
$11.300. (352) 628-7507

"MR CRUSCOUNTW


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

BUY SELL
TRADE &
SERVICE AT
COMO AUTO
TRUCK & RV
SALES
H. 44-W., Inverness
352)-344-1411
I CHEVY
2003, 15 Passenger
Van, excel, condition .
29k mi., dual air, tinted '
win,, hitch, good for
.churches or child care
centers, has been State
Inspected. $15,000.
( 352-542-8365
CHEVY
1986, Utility vanauto,
pwr steering & brakes,
V6, low miles, runs
great. $5,195.
352-795-9229
352-400-1251
CHEVY
1995 Presidential,
350, exc cond, new
tires, new tune up.
Selling due to health
$3500.OBO.
(352) 726-5844
CHEVY ASTRO LT
1994, ext,, loaded, excl.
cond. Very well maint.
Clean in & out. 118K
$3200. (352) 860-2243
Chevy Conversion
1995, High Top, Blue,
A/C, lots of extras,
Driven daily. $3000.
MUST SELL 382-4252
DODGE
Grand Caravan 1995.
V-6, trir, hitch, 166K,
runs gd, $1800.
(352) 341-3083
DODGE
'97, Grand Caravan,, -in
excel, cond., cold air,
full power, new tires,
bought new car.
Must, sell, $3,900
(352) 527-3125


Dodge Caravan
1995, Runs great, 146k,
new tires, brakes,
tranny, needs minor
body work. $550.
(352) 341-4499
FORD
'92, Aero star, looks
new, runs great,
$1,950.
(352) 344-4606
FORD
'94 E-250 Super Van,
great work van,needs
minor stuff, $2,500 Frank'
352-796-1874 613-2113
GMC SAFARI
1985 work van. TRUSTY
RUSTY RUNS GOOD!
182K miles. $775 call
SBill-489-1776..
PLYMOUTH
'00 ,-rora :,3.aer e
'01 l ,: rr.. -,-i..itlre,.-
-', CC : C iLl.e-r .er,
.-lBil raira, :l-i n ir. ar.d-
cul '':---,.d r'.,CIIr' .or,
asking $1.800.
(352) 527-3125
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2005 QUAD
:l,3n ,'- ,'. ,*3r,.3l
I ll n -r mie- ]... 1`'1.' ,

Herr.iar,.. -3rl- i
(727) 656-7322
ATV ATC USED PARTS
Bu>-j.ell .irode -F. e-'.:
S-.can: I z..mrr, Dove's


Black Leather
r.:.,:-rc ,sle Ja,'ei
LOt.r. E- -:- ll-r, ,-.:r,,3

(352) 628-3358
HARLEY DAVIDSON
10: ,:,. r, i LA. Bo Ir 1II
JJ. ir ."t, rOr+ ...:
.-.1 r .-,r.r..-u i I -'l

(352) 637-4123
Harley Davidson
* i .--n.rl 1 r -LH 1 _0. N 0 -- 9
S.(352) .47.r 4554..0
(352) 476-4554


HARLEY WANTED
Dresser/ Road King,
stripped dresser, low
mi., clean, EVO, or
Block Head, reasonable
Cash avail. (352)
637-3983
HONDA
1976, Goldwing, mostly
origlhal, nice bike;
$1795. OBO. (352)
563-9980, 865-414-2318
Honda Matic CB400
19"R3 Lool,': god run;
.-3.d El ra :ear &
--:od-i-iea a.:. 201
(352) 422-7304

HONDA OF
CRYSTAL RIVER
2006.VTX1300
$9,699.00-
SALE $8,699.00
.$6;899:00
SALE $6,399.00
SALE ENDS:1/31/06
(352) 795-4832

HUESENBURG 501
1 06 'iqrt Bike ele.: star
rerur-li'r,e nre..., b-ai-
-r, r.ntortr gJ Ilr-:
.:,OHP p.o.er rou:le
S ,l-1.rm 352-527-3177
KAWASAKI
.,.inr. lir, lel,] ne.v r, re:.
,rt.e H.v, ifea Gar-
I lpl ,3,l rl aaer,
`'850 352-422-7336 :
S(352) 344-1948 msg
KTM
'01, .25 S*
:2 30"' o ,:,
(352) 422-7973
MOTORCYCLE TRAILER
., rao rl-ea., ur'

(352) 795-7325
Motorcycle Trailer.
2 iall i.- re., -
:5,) OBC.- -
(352Y341-809 -

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SUZUKI GS250
ii'.'CtlET Bi- 200,l
Uie ric.'. :24-i
(352) 795-4654
SUZUKI'S
Si:. 250 c':.mprele w.
:ome e:-Tia portl
$400. takes all
Hernando
(352)465-7210


376 0122 SUCR'
PUBLIC NOTICE
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iri. 7:00 pm n ir ire .3 .i:.-:,I i- rr.. DI .: I ,i-r.l i c .
fi.:. ii3i r. Tuesday. January 24 2006
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377-0122 SUCRN
PUBUC NOTICE
SRFQNoL 054-06 .
ENGINEERING CONSULTING SERVICES
FOR THE BREIIfWOOD WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY
EXPANSION
Citrus County. Board of County- Ccr-T.rrI iorr will-re-
celve Statements-of Quallflcations -from Interested firms
I:, I.r.: .i'i- -nr.3_ir, i.-,l,-.. ,-,.i, -: f-:-r ihr- Bi-c r..;r.,.;,d .
'r.,,ji.3 :, 3- 1.i-e ,3 I.:, Cirrj: ,-:'.jjr, ,-,3rJri o Co. jnr,
":.',r.rT,li:nr- nr. r -- .:,r,3- r,.'-:, .,: ,0 W.rI 'C,.-" "-
.-r-iar, 3. iir. jl;- ,:: L.--rr.: iFL JJ l I by 200 P M..
February 23. 2006 ,: .:.r,.i,:i tr,-+ -i.:., .*.mlc .31 i :iI
-rr,.e ,i i~, Ii ~. r- :, r,: I.. ,r i cri c r il, i-.
T ,-,,j.311irl .:- .. .r- lrr r 1 l:lll. *iA.: i, h u.u ai t l
Ir,. .irin i- ,l i ii.-, i.0" S. Lecanto Highway, Lecanto,
Florida 34461-9014. Please contact 352-527-7650 for dl-
Srctions.
GARY BARTELL, CHAIRMAN .
CITRUS COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Published one (1) time in the Citrus County Chronicle,
January 22,2006.

378-0122 SUCRN
PUBLIC NOTICE
S RFQ No. 056-06
CITRUS COUNTY RESOURCE CENTER.
KITCHEN AND CAFETERIA
Citrus County. is requesting qualifications for a-vendor .
to operate the kitchen and" cafeteria at the Citrus
County Resource Center/VA Cir.i.: Ir. Lecanto,- Florida.
Proposals should be delivered i.:. Cirru: County Board
of County Commissioners, Attn: Georgette Brock, 3600
West Sovereign Path. Suite 266, Lecanto, FL .34461, by
2:00 P.M., February 16, 2006. Contact the above office
at (352) 527-5203, for a copy of the Request for Propos-
al.
: [. -rF.LL CHAIRMAN ...
CITRUS COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Published one (1) time In the Citrus County Chronicle,
January 22, 2006, .


861-0122 F/SUCRN
ITB 06-01.
PUBLIC NOTICE
Central Florida Community College
Ocala Campus
3001 SW College Road, Ocala, FL 34474
INVITATION TO BID
ITB 06-01
Landscaping Project-Bryant Unlon Building #5 .
Main Campus -

BID Documents can be obtained from-
Arlalna Moxey, Purchasing Assistant
Building 1, Room 114 G
(352) 237-2111, Ext. 1527
Or
Sharlene L Soils, Purchasing Agent
(352) 237-2111. Ext, 1368

Pre-BId Conference to be held on
Date: Thursday, January 26, 2006
Time: 10:00 AM
Location: CFCC
3001 SW College Road
Building 1, Room 111-Administration &
Finance Conference Room
Ocala, Florida 34478-1388
. MANDATORY SITE VISIT
TO IMMEDIATELY FOLLOW MEETING
BIDS will be accepted until' ,
Date: February 02,-2006
Time: 2:00 PM
Location: CFCC Ocala Campus, Purchasing Dept.
Building 1. Room 114 G
BIDS will be opened on-
Date: February 02, 2006
Time: 2:15PM
Location: CFCC Ocala Campus
Building 1, Room 111-A Conference Room
Published two (2) times In the Citrus County Chronicle,
January 20 and 22, 2006.


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$18.999


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04 JEEP LIBERTY 02 DODGE RAM 1500
4X4 QUAD CAB
Green. Low miles. #r.00272A.
a16,495 6,92 1


95 FORD RANGER
Ready to Work.
#8811B
$3.9880


98 CHRYSLER
CONCORDE
Loaded w/luxury. #D60134G
$4,888W


99 CHEVY
CAVALIER
Great on gas. #8810A
,5,888


91 JEEP WRANGLER 99 DODGE 04 SUZUKI
Auto 4x4. DURANGO SLT FORENZA
#D50310C. Loaded #8915A 4 r, great on gas #9007P
$8,988 W 9,888 W 10,988


05 CHRYSLER
PT CRUISER
Loaded great on gas #9002P
$14,488


.. .. '' ..* '
04 JEEP 04 CHRYSLER 06 DODGE CHARGER 05 DODGE 3500 03 DODGE RAM 06 DODGE 05 DODGE RAM 05 JEEP
WRANGLER TOWN & COUNTRY Na igation DVD, SAVE DIESEL DUALLY 4X4 SLT GRAND CARAVAN QUAD CAB SLT UNLIMITED
Right hand drive. #8908D DVDITV/CD, full loaded. #B60444A Ready, SAVE. #JF.0153A #9026P Ready for family #D;.0197A Loaded #880-.L Off road ready #D.0241A
1.9,706 19,995 ,31,296O $31,8230 ,16,888 $7,488- 1019,488 21,488'
-lPrices and payments exclude tax, tag title and dealer fee 1299 50 land includes all factory incentries, rebates and customer loyalty Dealer incentir.es subject to change. See Dealer for Details Photos for illustration purposes only


'J e CHRYSLER* DODGE* JEEP
lOCAL 1.877.692.7998
563-2277 MY c RYSTA L
1005 S. Suncoast Blvd., Homosassa '

2006 GM PROGRAM HHR's


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LOCAL 1-877-692-79
726-1238 MYCRYSTAL
:i 2077 Hwy. 44 West, Inverness


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05 CHEVY 02 DODGE 03 CHEVY S-10
CAVALIER CARAVAN SE Great gas mileage..
Several to Choose From! Cruise, pw, pl #tlI1:22A #8923P
.11,499 '11,888' 1,8881
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02 CAMPER WITH TRUCK 02 CHRYSLER 02 BUICK 99 GMC OS CHEVY 04 BUICK 04 CHEVY TRACKER
Package Deal WOW $AVE TOWN & COUNTRY LESABRE SIERRA 4X4 IMPALA RENDEZVOUS Excellent condition.
a ca Dual Air, all power. #26142A Loaded. #26093A Black. #9043P Very nice car #9018P Loaded. #9012P #8998P
*L2,9861 *13,426 S14,683 1S,488 s15,488 $16,888 s$6,888


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HEVY 04 CHEVY 04 2500 H.D. 4X4 02 CHEVY CORVETTE 05 CHEVY 05 CHEVY 05 CHEVY 05 CHEVY
EQUINOX LT SILVERADO 2500 DIESEL CREW CAB Low miles, automatic. IMPALA ASTRO UPLANDER SILVERADO EXT CAB
SAVE, loaded. #26049A Red. #25047B Conversion. #26094A #8928D Champagne. #9056P Loaded. #9052P Gorgeous, loaded. Excellent buy. #N5297A
8,010+ 21,439' *34,0,62- 35,023 $17,488$ $18,888 19,888 19,9989
**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.


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14877469207998'
795-1515 MY CRYSTAL
1035 S. Suncoast Blvd., Homosassa


CHEVROLET


LOCAL 1.877.692.7998
637-5050 MY CRYSTAL
2209 Hwy. 44 West, Inverness


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